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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



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PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 



FOR THE 



Year Ended 3 1 st October 



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PRINTED BY ORDER OF 
THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. I, 1931 




ONTARIO 



TORONTO 
Herbert H. Ball, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty 

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ft MAR 121 



886324 

To The Honourable W. D. Ross, 

Lieutenant Gciernor of the Province of Ontario. 

May It Please Your Honour: 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Honour the Public 
Accounts of the Province of Ontario for the year ended 31st October, 1930. 

Respectfully submitted, 



E. A. Dunlop, 

Treasurer. 



Treasury Department, Ontario, 
February 1st, 1931. 



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Audit Office, 

February 1st, 1931. 
The Honourable E. A. Dunlop, 
Provincial Treasurer. 

Sir, — I have the honour to submit to you the Public Accounts for the 
year ended 31st October, 1930. 

Respectfully submitted, 

G. A. Brown, 

Provincial A uditor. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Index to Details of Revenue and Expenditure 



Expenditure 



Revenue 



Agriculture Department 

Attorney-General's Department 

Education Department 

Game and Fisheries Department 

Health Department 

Insurance Department 

Interest 

Labour Department 

Lands and Forests Department 

Legislation 

Lieutenant-Governor's Office 

Mines Department 

Miscellaneous, General 

Northern Development Department 

Prime Minister's Department 

Provincial Auditor's Office 

Provincial Secretary's Department 

Provincial Treasurer's Department 

Public Debt, Loans Advanced, Special Fund Repayments, Etc. 

Public Highways Department 

Public Welfare Department 

Public Works Department 

alphabetical index at back of book 



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INDEX TO STATEMENTS 



NO. . . PAGE 

Assets and Liabilities 6 

Provincial Debt and Investment thereof 8 

Gross Provincial Debt 9 

Net Provincial Debt 10 

Statement Showing Sources of Ordinary Revenue 11 

1 Revenue and Expenditure Statement and Consolidated Revenue Fund 12 

(a) Comparative Ordinary Revenue and Expenditure, 1923-30 14 

(b) Comparative Capital Revenue and Expenditure, 1923-30 16 

(c) Public Debt, Loans and Special Funds — Comparative Principal Receipts 

and Payments, 1923-30 17 

Revenue 

2 Prime Minister's Department 18 

3 Legislation 18 

4 Attorney-General's Department 19 

5 Insurance Department 20 

6 Education Department 20 

7 Lands and Forests Department 21 

8 Northern Development Department 22 

9 Mines Department 23 

10 Game and Fisheries Department 24 

1 1 Public Works Department 24 

12 Public Highways Department 25 

13 Health Department 26 

14 Labour Department 26 

(a) Mothers' Allowance Commission 27 

(b) Old Age Pensions Commission 28 

15 Provincial Treasurer's Department 29 

(a) Corporations Tax 30 

(b) Succession Duty 31 

(c) Land Transfer Tax 32 

(d) Law stamps 33 

16 Provincial Secretary's Department 34 

(a) Ontario Housing Commission, Principal and Interest 35 

17 Agriculture Department 37 

18 Interest 39 

19 Public Debt — Proceeds of Loans 40 

20 Loan Repayments, Special Funds, etc 41 

21 King's Printer's Office 42 

Assets and Liabilities — Schedules 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission 43 

Loans to Municipalities, etc 44 

Buildings, Roads, etc 44 

Bank Balances 44 

Accounts Receivable 44 

Plant, Livestock, Stores and Equipment 45 

Deferred Assets 45 

Discount on Loans, 1926-1930 (to be charged off over Life of Loans) 45 

Province of Ontario — Stock and Debentures 46 

Indirect Liabilities and Guarantees 48 

Registered Stock — Sinking Funds 52 

Railway Aid and Annuities 52 

Agricultural Development Finance Act — Province of Ontario Savings Office and 

Agricultural Loans 56 

Accounts Payable 56 

Special Funds 56 

Public Service Superannuation Fund 57 

Municipal Sinking Funds 58 

Expenditure 

Expenditure Statement 61 

Comparative Statement under Departments 62 

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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



THE GOVERNMENT OF THE 

ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 

Page 
No. Capital Assets 

. . Realizable or Income-Producing: 
Dominion of Canada 

Capital Account — Capitalized at 5% — 

Annual Subsidy, B.N.A. Act $ 4,800,000 00 

Annual Grant, B.N.A. Act 45,203,944 00 

Annual (increased) Subsidy, 47 V, Cap. 4.. . 2,848,289 60 
Common School Fund — (Ontario and Quebec) 

Ontario's share of fund 1,478,476 57 

Quebec Turnpike Trust — (Ontario and Quebec) . 3,324 35 

$54,334,034 52 
43 Hydro-Electric Power Commission — Advances — 

Hydro System $173,986,417 06 

Less — 

Repayment from Sinking 

Fund 10,675,033 88 



$163,311,383 18 
Central Ontario System 13,488,059 12 



176,799,442 30 



Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway — 

Advances 30,207,934 92 

44 Loans to Municipalities, etc 8,020,424 40 

$269,361,836 14 

44 Buildings, Roads, etc 193,505,652 71 

Estimated Potential Revenue Resources: 

Log Timber, Pine, Spruce. Poplar, etc. $241,050,000 00 
Pulpwood Timber, Ties, Poles, etc. . . . 337,200,000 00 

Crown Lands 23,000,000 00 

Water Powers 55,000,000 00 

Fish, Game and Fur 15,000,000 00 

Mines 20,000,000 00 



$691,250,000 00 



Total Capital Assets $462,867,488 85 



Current Assets 

44 Cash in Banks $ 6,898,704 37 

44 Accounts Receivable 7,721,122 61 

56 Agricultural Development Finance Act — 

Investments and Cash 30,936,442 09 

Bowmanville School Gymnasium Fund — Investments. 10,000 00 

45 Plant, Livestock, Stores and Equipment 1,316,249 93 

Total Current Assets 46,882,519 00 

45 Deferred Assets 99,313 78 

45 Discount on Loans $ 4,223,033 05 



Total Assets $509,849,321 63 



1929-30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

AS AT OCTOBER 31st, 1930 

Page Capital Liabilities 

No. 

46 Ontario Stock and Debentures $398,821,344 54 

Deduct — 

Registered Stock Sinking Fund. . . . 2,500,897 02 

Series "AM"— Sinking Fund 305,000 00 

2,805,897 02 

$396,015,447 52 

University of Toronto Certificates 150,000 00 

52 Railway Aid — Certificates and Annuities 1,521,533 72 

48 Contingent Liabilities: 

Bonds, etc., guaranteed by the Province $82,538,738 74 



Note: — The Hydro-Electric Power Commission has deposited with the 
Province, Ontario Bonds of par value of $1,751,000 on account of 
Sinking Fund for repayment of advances, in excess of cash payments 
called for under the Debt Retirement Plan. 



Total Capital Liabilities $397,686,981 24 



Current Liabilities 

. . Temporary Loans— Treasury Bills $38,940,000 00 

56 Province of Ontario Savings Office — Deposits 23,307,118 69 

57 Accounts Payable 522,696 82 

. . Accrued Interest on Public Debt 7,114,856 08 

58 Special Funds 5,800,699 28 

Total Current Liabilities 75,685,370 87 

Total Liabilities $473,372,352 11 

Debt Retirement Reserve: 

Amount provided out of Ordinary Revenue to date in 

accordance with Debt Retirement Plan $ 7,668,560 66 

Balance — Excess of Total Assets over Total Liabilities 36,476,969 52 

$509,849,321 63 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



PROVINCIAL DEBT 

Statement Showing Investment Thereof as at October 31st, 1930 

Funded Debt: 

Stock and Debentures outstanding $398,821,344 54 

Certificates and Annuities 1,671,533 72 

$400,492,878 26 
Deduct — Sinking Fund Investments — 

Registered Stocks $2,500,897 02 

"AM"— Sinking Fund 305,000 00 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission — 

Ontario bonds deposited with Treasury 1,751,000 00 

4,556,897 02 

Total Funded Debt $395,935,981 24 

Unfunded Debt: 

Treasury Bills $38,940,000 00 

Savings Office Deposits 23,307,118 69 

Special Funds, Accounts Payable and Accrued Interest.. . 13,438,252 18 

75,685,370 87 

Gross Debt $471,621,352 11 

Investment Thereof: 

Revenue Producing and Realizable Assets — 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission — advances $176,799,442 30 

Less — Sinking Fund Investments deposited 1,751,000 00 

$175,048,442 30 
Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway — 

advances 30,207,934 92 

Farm, Housing and Settlers' Loans 38,956,866 49 

Cash and Accounts Receivable 14,629,826 98 

258,843,070 69 

Revenue Producing but not Realizable Assets — 

Roads and Highways $146,419,806 75 

Niagara Parks 2,049,702 16 

Common School Fund — Trust Fund; Ontario and 

Quebec 1,481,800 92 

149,951,309 83 

Total Revenue Producing Assets $408,794,380 52 

Non-Revenue Producing Assets — 

Provincial buildings and public works $45,036,143 80 

Plant, stores and equipment 1,316,249 93 

Deferred assets 99,313 78 

46,451,707 51 

Other Assets — 

Capitalized value of annual subsidy 52,852,233 60 

Total Assets $508,098,321 63 

Excess of Assets over Liabilities $ 36,476,969 52 



1929-30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



GROSS PROVINCIAL DEBT 

Statement Showing Increase 

Fiscal Year ended October 31st, 1930 

1929 1930 Increase 

Funded Debt — $ c. $ c. $ c. 

Stocks, Debentures, Certificates and 

Annuities . . . . 350,079,345 53 397,686,981 24 47,607,635 71 

Less: Hydro Sinking Fund — Ontario 

Bonds deposited 1,171,000 00 1,751,000 00 580,000 00 



348,908,345 53 395,935,981 24 47,027,635 71 
Unfunded Debt 76,834,642 68 75,685,370 87 1,149,271 81 



Gross Debt 425,742,988 21 471,621,352 11 45,878,363 90 



Increase in Gross Debt accounted for thus — 

Capital Expenditure — 

Expenditure on Highways, Northern Development, 

Public Buildings and Works, etc $25,035,109 08 

Less: Capital Revenue 887,097 41 

$24,148,011 67 

12,277,131 68 

Agricultural Development Finance Act — 

Increase in Investments 5,665,585 01 

Cash in Banks — Increase 2,095,075 13 

Old Age Pensions and Mothers' Allowances due Province 867,665 17 

Discount on Bonds, etc., Issued in 1930 1,413,135 00 

Deficit in Ordinary Revenue — 1930 646,061 48 



Hydro-Electric Power Commission— advances $13,884,559 50 

Less: Repayments from Sinking Funds 1,607,427 82 



Deduct: 

Loans to Municipalities, etc. — 

Repayments in excess of advances $ 248,645 53 

Discount Written off in Current Year 85,464 92 



$47,112,665 14 



334,110 45 



Deduct: $46,778,554 69 

Book Entries — 

Decrease in accrued liabilities at October 31st, 1930, 
included in Unfunded Debt — Accrued interest on 
Public Debt, Special Funds, etc . $ 320,190 79 

Hydro Sinking Fund — Ontario bonds deposited with 

Treasury during year 580,000 00 



900,190 79 
$45,878,363 90 



10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 



NET PROVINCIAL DEBT 

Statement Showing Increase 

Fiscal Year ended October 31st, 1930 

1929 1930 Increase 

$ c. $ c. $ c. 

Gross Debt 425,742,988 21 471,621,352 11 45,878,363 90 

Revenue Producing and Realizable Assets 237,565,833 59 258,843,070 69 21,277,237 10 



Net Debt 188,177,154 62 212,778,28142 24,601,126 80 



Increase in Net Debt Accounted for thus: 

Net Capital Expenditure — 

Highways, Northern Development, Public Buildings and Works, etc., 

not of a realizable nature $24,148,011 67 

Discount on Bonds issued in 1930 — Less written off 1,327,670 08 

Deficit of Ordinary Revenue, 1930 646,061 48 

$26,121,743 23 

Deduct: 

Book Entries — 

Decrease in Accrued Liabilities at October 31st, 1930 $ 320,190 79 

Increase in Accounts Receivable Accrued 1,200,425 64 

■ 1,520,616 43 

$24,601,126 80 

Note. — Net Debt represents indebtedness incurred in respect of expenditure on projects 
of a non-realizable nature, such as Highways, Buildings, Public Works, etc. It is further 
increased by items of the nature of discount on loans, deficits of ordinary revenue, etc. 



1929-30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS lj 

STATEMENT SHOWING SOURCES OF ORDINARY REVENUE 

Fiscal Year Ending October 31st, 1930 

Grants, Subsidies and Subventions $2,755,435 86 

Dominion Government — Annual Subsidy, Health, Em- 
ployment Offices, etc. 

Revenue Derived from Individuals and Corporations 
Receiving the Benefit of Provincial Services, 
Special Privileges or the use of Natural Resources 
and Properties and Profits from Trading, Etc.: 

Taxation $17,064,771 39 

Gasoline, Mines, Lands, Corporations, Race Tracks 
(betting), Amusements, and Stock Transfers. 

Licenses 7,728,754 65 

Motor Vehicles, Liquor Permits, Hunting and Fishing, 
Insurance, Loan and Trust Companies, Mines, 
Race Tracks, Theatres, etc. 

Fees 2,682,304 55 

Local Registrars, Police Magistrates, Crown Attorneys, 
etc.; Fire Marshal, Mine Recording, Companies 
and Brokers Registration, Examination Fees, etc.; 
Land Transfers, Motor Vehicle Transfers, etc. 

Fines and Penalties 425,054 47 

Profits from Trading Activities 7,500,000 00 

Liquor Control Board — Profits, Fines, Sale of Con- 
fiscated Liquor, etc. 

Succession Duties 1 1,229,438 83 

Natural Resources, Sale of Produce, Maintenance of 

Patients, etc .' 4,832,363 35 

Interest on Loans — Housing, Agriculture and Settlers, 

Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway, etc 2,387,873 50 

Miscellaneous 203,884 47 

Ontario Gazette, sale of Government publications, and 
casual revenue. 

Refunds of Expenditure 533,410 14 

Forest Protection and Miscellaneous. 

— 54,587,855 35 



$57,343,291 21 



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Departments 



Ordinary 



Capital 



Total 



Revenue 

Prime Minister 

Legislation 

Attorney-General 

Insurance 

Education 

Lands and Forests 

Northern Development 

Mines 

Game and Fisheries 

Public Works 

Public Highways 

Health 

Labour 

Provincial Treasurer 

Provincial Secretary 

Agriculture 

Stationery Account (Excess of 
distribution over purchase 
during year) 



Interest on Investments, etc 
Total Revenue 



$ 

323 

35 

8,367 

181 

199 

2,532 

1 

988 

775 

53 

16,416 

113 

107 

22,1C8 

2,339 

389 



c 
,467 29 
,i 69 47 
,991 12 
,460 61 
,782 55 
,603 28 
,790 46 
,787 98 
,862 84 
,892 92 
,560 05 
,324 82 
,780 98 
,375 65 
,664 60 
,522 49 



18,680 60 



54,955,417 71 
2,387,873 50 



775,342 21 
30,840 58 
28,242 69 



4,234 36 
48,437 57 



887,097 41 



$ 

323 

35 

8,367 

181 

199 

3,307 

32 

1,017 

775 

58 

16,464 

113 

107 

22,108 

2,339 

389 



c. 
,467 29 
.869 47 
,991 12 
,460 61 
,782 55 
,945 49 
,631 04 
,030 67 
,862 84 
,127 28 
,997 62 
,324 82 
,780 98 
,375 65 
,664 60 
,522 49 



18,680 60 



55,842,515 12 
2,387,873 50 



57,343,291 21 



887,097 41 



58,230,388 62 



RECAPI 
Ordinary Revenue 

Ordinary Revenue as above 

Ordinary Expenditure as per contra 

Excess of Ordinary Expenditure ovr Ordinal y 



State- 
Page ment 
No. No. 



40 19 

41 20 
41 20 



CONSOLIDATED 
Fiscal Year ended 



Receipts 

Balance in Banks — November 1st, 1929 $ 4,803,629 24 

Revenue as above — 

Ordinary $57,343,291 21 

Capital 887,097 41 

n tt . _ , 58,230,388 62 

Public Debt- 
Proceeds of Bond and Treasury Bill Issues, etc. .$147,254,989 99 

Loan Repayments — Municipalities: 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission, etc 6,247,870 96 

Special Funds — Deposits 3,138,840 24 

■ 156,641,701 19 

Returned cheques collected, etc 9 750 35 



$219,685,469 40 



1929-30 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



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No. 1 

EXPENDITURE 
October 31st, 1930 



Page 
No 



Departments 



Ordinary 



Capital 



Total 



A2 
B2 
C2 
D2 
E2 
F2 
G2 
H2 
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Expenditure 

Lieutenant-Governor's Office 

Prime Minister 

Legislation 

Attorney-General 

Insurance 

Education 

Lands and Forests 

Northern Development 

Mines 

Game and Fisheries 

Public Works 

Public Highways 

Health 

Labour 

Public Welfare 

Provincial Treasurer 

Provincial Auditor 

Provincial Secretary 

Agriculture 

Miscellaneous 

Public Debt — Interest and Debt Retire 
ment 

Total Expenditure 



$ 

6, 

231, 

371, 

3,106, 

64, 

11,558, 

2,408, 

2,104, 

488, 

558, 

955, 

4,968, 

880, 

3,945, 

1, 

1,913, 

109, 

8,448, 

2,723, 

1,150, 



350 00 

745 02 
770 85 
207 00 
172 23 
179 55 
332 57 
834 09 

746 46 
836 50 
657 57 
625 75 
032 42 
903 01 
955 51 
247 12 
466 28 
205 75 
778 09 
689 19 



$ c. 
1,689,164 00 



215,227 79 

1,426,351 80 

5,739,813 50 

1,535 07 

128,709 40 

2,589,017 01 

12,939,786 25 



161 00 
305,343 26 



$ c. 

6,350 00 

1,920 909 02 

371,770 85 

3,106,207 00 

64,172 23 

11,773,407 34 

3,834,684 37 

7,844,647 59 

490,281 53 

687,545 90 

3,544,674 58 

17,908,412 00 

880,032 42 

3,945,903 01 

1,955 51 

1,913,247 12 

109,466 28 

8,448,366 75 

2,723,778 09 

1,456,032 45 



45,996,734 96 
11,992.617 73 



25,035,109 08 



57,989,352 69 



25,035,109 08 



71,031,844 04 
11,992,617 73 



83,024,461 77 



TULATION 

and Expenditure 

$57,343,291 21 

57,989,352 69 

Revenue for the year $ 646,061 48 



REVENUE FUND 
October 31st, 1930 

Page 

No. Payments 

Expenditure as above — 

Ordinary $57,989,352 69 

Capital 25,035,109 08 

Ul Public Debt- 
Bonds and Treasury Bills, etc., matured and paid. . .$101,688,600 00 

Ul Loans Advanced — Municipalities: 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission, etc 25,007,336 60 

Ul Special Funds — Repayments. 3,066,366 66 

Balance — 
44 In Banks— October 31st, 1930 



$83,024,461 77 



129,762,303 26 
6,898,704 37 



$219,685,469 40 



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Statement No. 2 

DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1930 

Ordinary — 

Office of Executive Council — 

Sale of Orders-in-Council $ 1 50 

Casual 1,475 57 

$ 

Office of King's Printer — 

Ontario Gazette 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission — 

Water Rentals — Queenston-Chippawa Plant 

$ 
Loans, Special Funds, Etc. (See Statement No. 20) — 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission — 

Refund of Advances not required $ 1,369,389 06 

Sale of Properties, Central Ontario System 1,363,990 44 

Repayment of Advances under Debt 
Retirement Plan account of advances 

prior to October 31st, 1925 $ 1,505,706 00 

Repayment of Advances under Debt 
Retirement Plan account of advances 

since October 31st, 1925 101,721 82 

1,607,427 82 

* $ 4,340,807 32 

Public Service Superannuation Fund — 

Employees' and Government Contributions 812,912 16 



1,477 07 
33,458 27 

288,531 95 
323,467 29 



- 5,153,719 48 
$ 5,477,186 77 



Statement No. 3 

LEGISLATION 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1930 

Ordinary — 

Office of Legislative Accountant — 
Sale of Legislative Papers — 

Statutes $ 

Publications 

Bills 

Fees — 

Private Bills $ 

Certifying Bills 



7,079 13 
1,855 44 
1,460 80 



25,458 10 
16 00 



10,395 37 



25,474 10 



35,869 47 



1929-30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 19 

Statement No. 4 

DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1930 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Refunds— Miscellaneous $ 2,638 16 

Auditor of Criminal Justice Accounts — 

Perquisites $ 5,877 34 

Refunds — Election Expenses, etc 44,411 01 

50,288 35 

Ontario Railway Board — Casual 13 85 

Inspector of Legal Offices — 

Miscellaneous $ 20 80 

Police Magistrates — 

Fines 32,703 65 

Fees 58,276 14 

Local Master of Titles— Fees 27,531 91 

Local and Surrogate Registrars — 

Fees 152,752 10 

Crown Attorneys — - 

Fees 84,758 04 

Fines and Estreated Bail 273,000 16 

Sheriffs— Fees 22,260 60 

Division Court Clerks — - 

Fees 69,897 85 

721,201 25 

Public Trustee — 

Refund of Expenses— Balance, 1929 4,789 52 

Law Enforcement (Ontario Provincial Police) — 

Miscellaneous $ 4,561 75 

Licenses— Detective Agencies 2,700 00 



Fire Marshal — 

Fire Marshal's Tax — - 

Licensed Companies $ 77,493 18 

Unlicensed Companies 2,327 94 

Lightning Rod Act — License Fees, etc 1,977 12 

Liquor Control Board — 

Profits, Fines, Licenses, etc 7,495,000 00 

Confiscated Stock 5,000 00 



7,261 75 



81,798 24 



7,500,000 00 
$ 8,367,991 12 



20 



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No. 1 



Statement No. 5 

DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE 

(Under the Attorney- General) 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1930 

Ordinary — 

Ontario Insurance Act — 

Joint Stock Companies $ 72,670 00 

Mutual and Cash Mutuals 17,425 00 

Fraternal and Mutual Benefit Societies 6,062 50 

Other insurers 2,735 00 

Underwriters' Agency Licenses 1,900 00 

Agents, Brokers' and Adjusters' Licenses 59,881 00 

Special Brokers' Licenses 325 00 

Tax on Premiums — 

Unlicensed Companies 1,551 69 

Reciprocals 2,381 24 

Miscellaneous Fees 4,267 98 

$ 

Loan and Trust Corporations Act — 

Loan Corporations $ 3,705 00 

Loaning Land Companies 285 00 

Trust Companies 6,775 00 

Miscellaneous Fees 1,196 20 

Money Lenders Act — 

License Fees 



169,199 1 



11,961 20 
300 00 



$ 181,460 61 



Statement No. 6 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1930 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Miscellaneous, School Acts, Manuals, etc $ 

Public and Separate School Education Branch — 
Departmental Examinations — 

Fees $ 111,574 39 

Appeals 4,279 03 

Schools — Normal and Model — 

Toronto— Fees $ 9,546 00 

Ottawa— Fees 8,050 04 

Institutions — 

School for Deaf— Sale of Products, Fees, etc $ 18,959 18 

School for Blind— Sale of Products, Fees, etc 21,514 36 

Northern Academy — Fees, etc 13,859 18 



Loans, Special Funds, etc. (See Statement No. 20)- 
Bequests and Scholarships — 

Hon. J. R. Cooke 

Annie E. Cullen 



150 00 
500 00 



12,000 37 



115,853 42 



17,596 04 



54,332 72 
$ 199,782 55 



650 00 
$ 200,432 55 



1929-30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 21 

Statement No. 7 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1930 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Rentals — Crown Leases and Licenses of Occupation. . . $ 291,726 06 
Fees — Casual 2 ,303 3 1 

$ 294,029 37 

Branches — 
Lands — 

Sales — Crown Lands — 

Agricultural $ 100,165 56 

Townsites 9,123 00 

$ 109,288 56 

Clergy Lands 2,643 57 

Common School Lands 8,728 08 

University Lands 174 90 

Grammar School Lands 2,028 83 

$ 122,863 94 
Less— Capital, 75% 92,147 93 

30,716 01 

Land Tax— Provincial Land Tax $ 139,832 01 

Refunds 77 35 

139,909 36 

Woods and Forests — 

Bonus $ 949,839 25 

Timber Dues 1,277,147 67 

$ 2,226,986 92 

Less— Capital, 30% 668,096 07 

$ 1,558,890 85 

Rentals— Ground 111,424 12 

Tax— Fire Protection 344,41 1 87 

Fees— Transfer 2,120 00 

Mill Licenses 584 75 

Cullers' Examination 260 00 

Refunds — Forest Ranging 204 86 

2,017,896 45 

Forestry — Refunds — Fire Ranging, etc 6,352 30 

Surveys — Refunds 24 00 

Parks and Beaches — 
Algonquin — 

Rentals 

Perquisites, etc 

Licenses — Fishing, Guides and Boats. . . . 

Sales — Furs 

Maple Syrup 

Miscellaneous 

Rondeau — 

Rentals 

Perquisites 

Sales — Lumber 

Maple Syrup 

Miscellaneous 

Quetico — 

Perquisites 

Licenses — Fishing 

Miscellaneous 



$ 


4,693 


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22 



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No. 1 



Statement No. 7 — Continued 
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 

Brought forward $ 2,526,816 04 



Ordinary — Continued 

Parks and Beaches — Continued 

Temagami — Rentals 

Bruce Beach — Rentals 

Jordan Harbour — Rentals. 



4,144 40 

1,535 82 

107 02 



5.787 24 



Total Ordinary Revenue $ 2,532,603 28 

Capital — 

Main Office — 

Refunds— Long Point Road $ 132 23 

Branches — 
Lands — 

Land Collections, 75% 92,147 93 

Woods and Forests — 

Bonus, 30% $ 284,951 76 

Timber Dues, 30% 383,144 31 



Forestry — 
Refunds. 



Surveys — 

Surveys $ 1,698 00 

Sale of Equipment, Lac Suel Dam. 5,262 65 



668,096 07 
8,005 33 



6,960 65 



775,342 21 
$ 3,307,945 49 



Statement No. 8 

DEPARTMENT OF NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT 
(Under Minister of Lands and Forests) 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1930 

Main Office — 

R.S.O. 1927, Chapter 36— 

Sec. 1 1 (B) Roads — Sale of Supplies, Lumber and 

Equipment and Refunds $ 

(D) Assistance of Settlers — Feed Shortage, 

Principal and Interest on Notes 

(F) Seed Grain — Cash Sales and Principal and 

Interest on Notes 

(F) Agricultural Implements — Principal and 

Interest on Notes 

(H) Purchase of Cattle — Cash Sales and Prin- 
cipal and Interest on Notes 

Bank Interest 



Settlers' Loan Commission — 

Principal, Interest, Exchange, etc. 

Colonization Roads Branch — 

Miscellaneous Refunds 



Capital 


Ordinary 


733 90 $ 


941 17 


104 95 


14 35 


18,574 36 


2,456 38 


967 83 


192 22 


9,185 63 


605 21 

1,791 08 


29,566 67 $ 


6,000 41 


68,413 27 


24,033 93 


1,273 91 


849 29 



$ 99,253 85 $ 30,883 63 



Ordinary Revenue. 
Capital Receipts. . 



SUMMARY 



1,790 46 
30,840 58 



Interest — (To Statement No. 18) 

Loan Repayments— (To Statement No. 20) 



29,093 17 
68.413 27 



$ 32,631 04 



97,506 44 



$ 130,137 48 



1929-30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 23 

Statement No. 9 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1930 

Ordinary — 

Main Office 

Sand and Gravel — 

Royalties $ 278,156 62 

Licenses 5,865 55 

Fees— Casual 920 42 

Sale of Record Books— Metal Sales Act 47 00 

Permits — Boring : 5,334 15 

Leases— Gas 7,400 00 

Refunds 1,146 57 

$ 298,870 31 

Branches — 

Inspection — Cable Testing 3,193 90 

Assessment — Taxes — 

Acreage $ 30,740 62 

Profit 502,525 38 

Gas 15,311 30 

548,577 30 

Chemical and Assay — Fees 1,140 15 

Mining Recorders — ■ 

Rentals— Mining Leases $ 4,707 93 

Licenses of Occupation ... . 2,855 63 

7,563 56 

Licenses— Miners 57,596 82 

Permits— Miners 2,040 00 

Fees— Recording $ 36,962 65 

Miscellaneous 2,410 55 

39,373 20 

Sales— Maps 1,185 83 

107,759 41 

Natural Gas Commissioner — Permits 1,240 42 

Sulphur Fumes Arbitrator — Damages 4,894 86 

Temiskaming Laboratories — Fees 23,111 63 



$ 988,787 98 
Capital — 

Mining Recorders — Mining Land Sales 28,242 69 



$ 1,017,030 67 



24 



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Statement No. 10 
DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES 
(Under Minister of Mines) 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1930 

Ordinary — 
Game — 

Royalty $ 96,811 80 

Licenses — 

Trapping $ 50,969 00 

Non-Resident— Hunting 72,140 00 

Deer 75,961 30 

Moose 7,832 00 

Gun 52,756 00 

Fur Dealers 36,273 00 

Fur Farmers 8,439 50 

Tanners 170 00 

Cold Storage 175 00 

304,715 80 

$ 

Fisheries — 

Royalty $ 16,378 56 

Licenses — 

Fishing $ 105,748 13 

Angling 209,019 75 

— — 314,767 88 

Sales — Spawn taking 667 25 

General — 

Guides' Licenses $ 6,212 00 

Fines 16,415 70 

Costs 1,764 29 

Sales— Confiscated Articles 7,270 89 

Rent 5,004 00 

Commission 3,438 65 

Miscellaneous 1,429 52 

Experimental Fur Farm — 

Sale of Pelts 



401,527 60 



331,813 69 



41,535 05 
986 50 



$ 775,862 84 



Statement No. 11 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1930 

Ordinary — 

Perquisites $ 2,450 00 

Sale of Material 3,977 63 

Commissions — Telegrams and Telephones 3,752 33 

Refunds— Miscellaneous 1,353 26 

Rentals 42,261 25 

Services of Building Equipment 98 45 

Capital — 

Refunds— Miscellaneous $ 7,717 87 

Sales— Property 250 00 

$ 7,967 87 

Less — Refunds of deposits on Guarantee of Contracts 3,733 51 



53,892 92 



4,234 36 



58,127 28 



1929-30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 25 

Statement No. 12 
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HIGHWAYS 
Revenue for Fiscal Year 1930 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 
Sales — 

Scrap $ 263 91 



Maps 2,644 60 

Bridges 50 00 

Rentals — 

Equipment 

Property 

Cars 



Permits — 

Signs 

Gas Pumps. 



Interest- 
Repayments. 
Property . . . . 



$ 


5,649 43 

1,381 25 

36,869 42 


$ 


10,447 00 
16,777 17 


$ 


31,335 88 
5,757 00 



2,958 51 



43,900 10 



27.224 17 



37,092 88 
Miscellaneous 1,293 98 



$ 112,469 64 

Gasoline Tax . 10,756,835 83 

Motor Vehicles Branch — $10,869,305 47 

Licenses — 

Passenger Cars $2,881,890 75 

Commercial 1,389,981 85 

Convertibles 52,779 65 

Trailers 52,375 50 

Motor Cycles 1 1,084 00 

Dealers — 

Automobiles $37,299 00 

Commercial 5,905 00 

Motor Cycle 132 00 

43,336 00 

Chauffeurs 156,462 40 

Operators 475,780 70 

Garages 27,930 00 

Public Vehicles 155,412 64 

Public Commercial Vehicles 6,959 68 

Fees— $ 5,253,993 17 

In Transit $ 10,515 20 

Duplicate Cards and Badges 10,406 50 

Transfers 156,086 00 

Certificates and Searches 56 00 

Lists 49 08 

Examination 1 7,875 00 



194,987 78 

Fines— Breach Highway Traffic Act 100,495 67 

Postage 18 15 

Miscellaneous 505 72 



$ 5,550,000 49 
Less — Express charges paid by Agents 2,745 91 



5,547,254 58 

Total Ordinary Revenue $ 16,416,560 05 

Capital — 

Main Office — 

Equipment $ 11,737 40 

Property 34,716 35 

Bridges 1,983 82 

48,437 57 



$16,464,997 62 



26 



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No. 1 



Statement No. 13 
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1930 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Grants — 

Dominion Government $ 32,425 93 

Laboratories — 

Ottawa 900 00 

Sault Ste. Marie 675 00 

Fellowship Course 1,687 50 

$ 

Sales — 

Biological Products $ 2,591 60 

YYassermann Needles 286 00 

Chlorine Equipment 117 17 

Laboratory Supplies 172 92 

Services — Laboratory Work % 225 00 

Medication 525 10 

Miscellaneous 

Branches — 

Inspection of Training Schools for Nurses — 

Fees — 

Registration and Re-registration $ 

Examinations 

Sales — Curriculum and Records 

Miscellaneous 



35,688 43 



3,167 69 



750 10 

205 28 



15,563 00 

5,407 00 

102 47 

14 88 



39,811 50 



21,087 35 



Registrar-General — 
Fees — 

Searches and Certificates — 

Births, Marriages and Deaths .... 

Dominion Government — Statistical Fee 

Miscellaneous 



46,271 85 

6,063 80 

90 32 



52,425 97 



$ 113,324 82 



Statement No. 14 

DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 

(Under Minister of Public Works and Labour) 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1930 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Subvention — Dominion Government re Employment 

Offices $ 61,434 25 

Fees — Private Employment Agencies 425 00 

Refunds 16 55 

$ 

Branches — 

Boiler Inspection — Fees. ; 

Factory Inspection — Fines and Fees 

Stationary and Hoisting Engineers — Fees 



61,875 80 



20,136 84 
20 00 

25,748 34 



$ 107,780 98 



1929-30 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



27 



Statement No. 14 (a) 
DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 



MOTHERS' ALLOWANCES COMMISSION 
Amount received from Municipalities during the Fiscal Year 1930 



Counties — 

Brant 

Bruce 

Carleton 

Dufferin 

Elgin 

Essex 

Frontenac 

Grey 

Haldimand 

Haliburton 

Halton 

Hastings 

Huron 

Kent 

Lambton 

Lanark 

Leeds and Grenville 

Lennox and Addington 

Lincoln 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Northumberland and Durham 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Peel 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Prescott and Russell 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew 

Simcoe 

Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 



5,525 00 

7,795 00 
11,737 50 

3,647 50 

4,950 00 
14,245 00 

2,680 00 
14,122 50 

6,060 00 

2,745 00 

6,355 00 
17,642 50 
10,350 50 

7,487 00 

3,655 

7,865 
10,210 

3,422 

8,930 00 
12,040 00 

5,857 50 
14,162 89 

6,725 00 

4,800 00 

4,835 00 

2,892 

6,935 
24,432 

4,497 
21,927 50 
29,167 50 



00 
00 
00 
50 



50 
00 
50 
50 



garry 

Victoria 

Waterloo. . . 
Welland... 
Wellington . 
Wentworth, 
York 



Cities — 
Belleville: 
Brantf ord 



28,208 00 

10,040 00 

10,025 CO 

12,330 50 

5,287 50 

6,397 50 

57,603 86 



6,837 50 
16,230 00 



Chatham $ 5 

Fort William 7 

Gait 5 

Guelph 8 

Hamilton 65 

Kingston 12 

Kitchener 9 

London 34 



Niagara Falls. 
North Bay. . . 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Owen Sound. . 



4 

9 

8 

62 

7 

Peterborough 12 

Port Arthur 9 

Sarnia 4 

Sault Ste. Marie 7 

Sudbury 

Stratford 9 

St. Catharines 13 

St. Thomas 5 

Toronto 250 

Welland 5 

Windsor 16 

East Windsor 3 

Woodstock 3 



,640 00 
,265 00 
,265 
,607 
,847 
,102 
,317 
,527 
,587 
,375 
,890 00 
,152 50 
,272 50 
,627 00 
,545 00 
,940 00 
,340 00 
880 00 
,587 50 
,920 00 
,807 50 
,960 50 
,677 50 
,347 50 
,930 00 
,522 50 



Towns — 

Brockville. . . 
Gananoque. . 
Ingersoll .... 
Pelee Island. 
Prescott 
Smith's Falls 
St. Mary's. . 
Trenton 
Walkerville. . 



4,545 00 
1,290 00 
1,890 00 
165 00 
1,787 50 
1,537 50 
1,162 50 
1,802 50 
2,595 00 



Indian Reserves. 



3,475 00 



$1,046,842 75 



(Deducted from Expenditure — See page N 13) 



28 



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No. 1 



Statement No. 14 (b) 

DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 

OLD AGE PENSIONS COMMISSION 

Amount Received from Dominion Government, Provinces and 
Municipalities for Fiscal Year 1930 

Dominion Government $2,608,561 90 

Interprovincial 10,387 24 

Municipalities 1,045,278 33 



Counties — 

Brant 

Bruce 

Carleton 

Dufferin 

Elgin 

Essex 

Frontenac 

Grey 

Haldimand 

Halton 

Hastings 

Huron 

Kent 

Lambton 

Lanark 

Leeds and Grenville . . . 
Lennox and Addington 

Lincoln 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Northumberland and 

Durham 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Peel 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Prescott and Russell. . . 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew 

Simcoe 

Stormont, Dundas and 

Glengar.ry 

Victoria 

Waterloo 

Welland 

Wellington 

Wentworth 

York 



$ 6,651 89 

11,245 26 

19,438 00 

5,042 47 

17,913 19 

11,975 80 

10,369 67 

14,539 54 

4,942 49 

6,853 05 

22,228 04 

18,790 25 

9,108 91 

12,319 95 

11,339 46 

17,327 82 

9,182 97 

8,006 94 

20,074 22 

14,058 81 

24,100 23 

16,147 64 

9,935 55 

9,278 24 

9,811 21 

6,072 20 

17,433 83 

8,897 57 

11,620 60 

35,727 63 

20,071 59 
9,867 46 
12,425 72 
10,907 39 
12,632 65 
11,079 05 
45,923 95 



Cities — 

Belleville 

Brantford 

Chatham 

East Windsor. . . 
Fort William . . . 

Gait 

Guelph 

Hamilton 

Kingston 

Kitchener 

London 

Niagara Falls. . . 

North Bay 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Owen Sound. . . . 
Peterborough . . . 

Port Arthur 

St. Catharines. . 
St. Thomas. . . . 

Sarnia 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Stratford 

Toronto 

Welland 

Windsor 

Woodstock 



55 
56 
23 
67 



Towns — 

Brockville 

Gananoque. . . . 

Ingersoll 

Prescott 

St. Mary's. . . . 
Smith's Falls. . 

Sudbury 

Timmins 

Trenton 

Walkerville 



$ 5,930 08 
13,750 51 

5,392 

1,471 

2,767 

6,324 

8,469 47 
57,393 62 
13,060 20 

2,836 90 
33,619 40 

2,225 

4,531 

3,014 
47,573 

5,404 
10,255 

4,747 

6,825 

7,402 07 

3,933 65 

4,745 59 

8,153 03 
222,804 39 

2,612 59 
11,125 76 

3,360 17 

$499,732 00 



$ 5,412 27 
2,379 67 
1,657 44 

936 82 
2,335 21 
2,475 85 
2,922 36 

729 48 
2,188 99 
1,161 78 

$22,199 87 



$523,341 24 



Refund 



5 22 



$3,664,327 47 



(Deducted from Expenditure — See page N 14) 



1929-30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 29 

• 
Statement No. 15 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1930 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 

Subsidies — Dominion Government — 

Annual Subsidy, B.N.A. Act, 1907 $ 240,000 00 

Annual Grant per Capita, B.N.A. Act, 1907 2,260,197 20 

Annual Subsidy (Increased), 47 Vic, Cap. 4 142,414 48 



$ 2,642,611 68 



Permit Fees— Liquor Control Board 965,000 00 

Refunds — Province of Ontario Savings Office — 

Balance of Expenses— 1929 102,980 31 

Exchange— U.S. Funds 555 39 

Outstanding Cheques — Department of Highways 1,847 01 

Miscellaneous 244 34 



Office of Controller of Revenue — 
Taxes — 

Corporations (Statement 15 (a) ....$ 4,845.363 72 
Succession Duty (Statement 15 (b) . 11,229,438 83 

Amusements 1,290,427 25 

$17,365,229 80 

Licenses — 

Theatre and Cinematograph $ 76,172 41 

Travelling Shows 19,565 15 



$3,713,238 73 



Fees — 

Land Transfer (Statement 15 (c) . .$ 439,415 64 
Law Stamps (Statement 15 (d) .... 418,828 15 



95.737 56 



858,243 79 



Miscellaneous 57 00 



18,319,268 15 

Board of Censors — Fees 57,272 68 

Motion Picture Bureau — Rental of Films, etc 18,596 09 



$22,108,375 65 



Interest account— (See Statement No. 18) 2,180,949 90 

Loans to Municipalities, etc. — Repayments (See Statement No. 20) 1,405,242 99 

Special Funds— (See Statement No. 20) 2,249,545 49 

$27,944,114 03 



30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 15 (a) 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT 

THE CORPORATIONS TAX ACT 

R.S.O. 1927, Cap. 29 with Amendments 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1930 

From whom received: 

Life Insurance Companies $ 855,004 46 

Fire Insurance Companies 366,596 80 

Miscellaneous Insurance Companies 50,338 39 

Gas and Electric Companies 140,084 45 

Trust Companies 84,158 61 

Loan Companies 63,076 29 

Finance Companies 19,525 24 

Banks 595,041 38 

Railways $ 688,766 46 

Less — Amount to be set aside under Section 24 and deducted 
from municipalities in respect of indigent insane 
patients (transfered to Revenue of Public Insti- 
tutions) 158,744 06 

— 530,022 40 

Street Railways 3,247 76 

Telephones 105,614 28 

Telegraphs 1,263 25 

Express 80,400 00 

Car Companies 17,424 50 

Race Tracks: 

Daily Tax $ 538,783 72 

Less — Rebates on account of races for Canadian Bred Horse?. 22,519 00 

$ 516,264 72 

5 Per cent. Tax 1,150,300 40 

1,666,565 12 

Stock Transfer Tax. . . ; 267,000 79 

$4,845,363 72 



1929-30 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



31 



Statement No. 15 (b) 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT 

SUCCESSION DUTY 

Revenue, by Counties, for Fiscal Year Ended 
October 31st, 1930 

Algoma $ 32,692 47 

Brant 35,449 03 

Bruce 80.284 46 

Carleton 294,850 23 

Cochrane 692 1 5 

Dufferin 2,349 19 

Elgin 35,493 02 

Essex 70,810 88 

Frontenac 149,572 81 

Foreign 4,290 46 

Grey 21,175 86 

Great Britain 220,014 50 

Haldimand 37,151 31 

Halton 14,823 69 

Hastings 19,231 01 

Huron 16,513 64 

Kenora 325 99 

Kent 91,762 89 

Lambton 21,673 93 

Leeds and Grenville 159,117 93 

Lanark 37,211 57 

Lennox and Addington 21,568 41 

Lincoln 55,116 48 

Manitoulin 3,462 77 

Middlesex 315,577 68 

Muskoka 9,646 05 

Nipissing 3,491 65 

Norfolk 40,104 17 

Northumberland and Durham 22,499 71 

Ontario 47,238 53 

Oxford 86,782 38 

Parry Sound 4,380 46 

Peel 47,279 13 

Perth 23,476 77 

Peterborough 16,610 56 

Prescott and Russell 9,697 59 

Prince Edward 8,335 31 

Provinces outside of Ontario 218,536 35 

Rainy River 2,320 20 

Renfrew 14,818 88 

Simcoe 26,014 21 

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry 108,351 66 

Sudbury 472 90 

Temiskaming *» 1,713 13 

Thunder Bay 9,754 11 

United States 299,931 49 

Victoria 3,252 41 

Waterloo 288,376 62 

Welland 43,278 64 

Wellington 76,597 83 

Wentworth 491,389 05 

York 7,583,876 68 



$11,229,438 83 



32 



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No. 1 



Statement No. 15 (c) 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT 

LAND TRANSFER TAX 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1930 



Algoma (Land Titles) $ 4,649 19 

Algoma 2,383 37 

Brant 4,158 86 

Bruce 3,099 86 

Carleton 2,447 88 

Cochrane 1,815 96 

Dufferin 1,536 03 

Dundas 740 18 

Durham (East) 926 07 

Durham (West) 1,240 23 

Elgin 3,621 12 

Essex 31,931 98 

Fort William 1,835 49 

Frontenac 3,187 14 

Glengarry 736 15 

Grenville 669 44 

Grey (North) 2,310 69 

Grey (South) 1,491 12 

Haldimand 1,270 41 

Haliburton 220 90 

Halton 3,519 55 

Hastings 3,165 26 

Huron 3,459 22 

Kenora 619 10 

Kent 6,853 61 

Lambton 4,624 08 

Lanark (North) 370 49 

Lanark (South) 879 23 

Leeds 1,501 50 

Lennox and Addington 1,339 80 

Lincoln 6,330 12 

London (City) 7,027 04 

Manitoulin (R.O. and L.T.) 335 52 

Middlesex (East) 3,809 81 

Middlesex (West) 948 92 

Muskoka ■ 1,172 77 

Nipissing 1,710 98 

Norfolk 2,877 23 

Northumberland (West) 1,023 25 

Northumberland (East) 1,042 72 



Ontario 7,310 08 

Ottawa (City) 9,314 36 

Ottawa (Land Titles) 2,223 31 

Oxford 4,712 52 

Parry Sound (District) 480 04 

Parry Sound Dist. (Land Titles) 330 45 

Peel 3,544 64 

Perth (North) 3,230 98 

Perth (South) 1,064 84 

Peterborough 2,829 09 

Prescott 1,318 43 

Prince Edward 934 86 

Rainy River 618 47 

Renfrew 1,948 76 

Russell 1,028 54 

Simcoe 5,787 94 

Stormont 1,288 45 

Sudbury 3,604 73 

Temiskaming 1,834 31 

Thunder Bay 3,504 00 

Toronto (East and West) 127,660 30 

Toronto (Land Titles) 32,358 76 

Victoria 1,519 16 

Waterloo 10,424 14 

Welland 10,318 50 

Wellington (North) 1,294 84 

Wellington (South and Centre) . 3,690 35 

Wentworth 28,592 83 

York (East and West) 43,257 44 

York (North) 3,053 45 

Miscellaneous 8 00 



$441,968 84 



Deduct — 

Assurance Fund, E. and W. 
Toronto 



2,553 20 
$439,415 64 



1929-30 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



33 



Statement No. 15 (d) 

PROVINCIAL TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT 

LAW STAMPS 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1930 



County or District 



Distributor 



Amount 



Brant 

Bruce 

Carleton 

Dufferin 

Elgin 

Essex 

Frontenac 

Grey 

Haldimand 

Halton 

Hastings 

Huron 

Kent 

Lambton 

Lanark 

Leeds and Grenville 

Lennox and Addington 

Lincoln 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Northumberland and Durham 
Northumberland and Durham 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Peel 



Perth 

Peterborough 

Prescott and Russell 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew 

Simcoe 

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry 

Victoria 

Waterloo 

Welland 

Wellington 

Wentworth 

York. . 

Algoma District 

Cochrane District 

Kenora District 

Manitoulin District 

Muskoka District 

Nipissing District 

Parry Sound District 

Rainy River District 

Sudbury District 

Temiskaming District 

Thunder Bay District 

Osgoode Hall 

Ontario Railway and Municipal Board 



F. G. Biscoe 

J. W. Freeborn. . . . 

J. A. Ritchie 

H. Endacott 

John D. Shaw 

T. A. Mills 

T. J. Rigney 

M. M. Pringle. . . . 
John C. Eccles. . . . 
W. I. Dick 

B. C. Donnan 

Robert Johnston . . 

D. E. Douglas. . . . 

F. W. Willson 

J. S. McNeely 

A. E. Baker 

U. M. Wilson 

E. H. Lancaster. . . 
Edmund Weld .... 
Hugh P. Innes. . . . 

F. D. Boggs 

W. F. Kerr 

H. Bascom 

R. N. Ball........ 

James R. Fallis. . . 

G. G. McPherson.. 
George J. Sherry. . 

J. Belanger 

M. R. Allison 

J. McLaren Beatty 

F. G. Evans 

J. G. Harkness. . . . 

A. T. Porter 

D. S. Bowlby 

T. D. Cowper 

J. M. Kearns 

G. W. Ballard 

J. E. Thompson. . . 

T. J. Foster 

J. D. MacKay 

J. N. Ladoucer. 

C. C. Piatt 

Thomas Johnson . . , 

T. E. McKee 

F. Tasker 

W. A. Baker 

A. Irving 

F. L. Smiley 

N. Edmeston 

J. H. Carnegie 



$ 6,155 00 

4,685 00 

11,826 50 

1,141 00 

4,041 00 

15,814 30 

4,965 00 

4,975 00 

1,650 00 

2,582 75 

3,857 00 

4,305 50 

5,500 00 

4,777 25 

3,230 00 

4,895 00 

1,115 00 

6,029 50 

12,483 60 

2,945 00 

1,330 00 

3,825 00 

6,105 50 

5,694 50 

2,354 00 

3,992 00 

4,309 50 

1,800 00 

1,275 00 

2,500 00 

5,935 70 

4,522 OQ 

2,346 00 

8,882 10 

6,703 20 

6,871 50 

19,420 50 

103,411 25 

2,038 70 

750 00 

386 00 

395 50 

754 00 

1,578 00 

685 00 

656 00 

1,450 00 

1,545 30 

2,076 00 

99,384 50 

8,878 00 



$418,828 15 



34 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 16 
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT 
Ordinary — Revenue for Fiscal Year 1930 

Main Office — 
Fees — 

Commissions, etc 

Marriage Licenses 

Branches — 

Companies and Brokers — 
Fees — 

Letters Patent $ 

Supplementary Letters Patent 

Companies' Returns 

Brokers' Registration 

Salesmen's Register 

Prospectuses 

Extra-Provincial Companies 

Mortmain 

By-laws, Searches, etc 



$ 5,690 33 
91,398 00 

$ 


97,088 33 


$ 152,835 54 

25,824 50 

173,332 85 

25,990 85 

16,727 50 

7,416 00 

14,664 85 

10,204 25 

3,680 47 


430,676 81 



Children's Aid — 

Balance reverting on account of deceased children 6,236 24 

Public Institutions — 
Main Office — 

Patients' Maintenance $ 962,272 76 

Counties, etc. — Removal of Pri- 
soners and Insane 18,003 85 

Private Hospitals 190 75 

Perquisites 424,799 68 

Miscellaneous 4,500 71 



Institutions — Sales of Produce, etc. — 
Ontario Hospitals — 

Brockville $ 2,274 69 

Cobourg 437 21 

Hamilton 15,800 68 

Kingston 1,630 95 

London 15,984 28 

Mimico 1,971 82 

Orillia 3,230 72 

" Industries 30,194 71 

Penetang 2,252 25 

Toronto 4,764 85 

Whitby 8,771 05 

Woodstock 6,069 83 



$ 1,409,767 75 



Ontario Reformatories — 

Guelph — Industries $ 141,648 37 

Mimico— Brick and Tile. . . 108,047 47 

Toronto— Mercer 10,181 37 



Industrial Farms — • 

Burwash $ 37,144 07 

Fort William 3,091 38 



93,383 04 



259,877 21 



40,235 45 



Boys' Training School— Bowmanville 2,399 77 



1,805,663 22 

Total, Ordinary Revenue $ 2,339,664 60 

Loans and Special Funds— (To Statement No. 20)— 
Ontario Housing Commission — 

Loan Repayments (Statement No. 16 (a) $ 433,116 34 
Public Institutions — 

Boys' Training School, Bowmanville — 

Rotary Club— Gymnasium Fund 1,510 00 

$ 434,626 34 

Interest— (To Statement No. 18)— 
Ontario Housing Commission — 

Interest on Housing Loans (Statement No. 16 (a) 251,646 58 

686,272 92 

$ 3,025,937 52 



1929-30 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



35 



Statement No. 16 (a) 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT 

ONTARIO HOUSING COMMISSION 

Amounts repaid Province on Account of Principal and Interest under The Ontario 
Housing Act, 1919, in Fiscal Year 1930 



Municipality 



Interest 



Principal 



Barton Township . . . 

Beaverton 

Belleville 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brantford Township. 
Bucke Township 

Capreol 

Charlton 

Chippawa 

Cochrane 

Elmira 

Englehart 

Etobicoke Township. 

Fergus 

East Windsor 

Fort Frances 

Fort William 

Gait 

Georgetown 

Goderich 

Guelph 

Guelph Township . . . 

Haileybury 

Hamilton 

Hawkesbury 

Humberstone 

Ingersoll 

Kapuskasing 

Leamington 

Leaside 

Listowel 

London 

Merritton 

Midland 

Milverton 

Milton 

Mimico 

New Toronto 

Niagara Falls 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Paris 

Perth 

Port Arthur 

Port Colborne 

Port Credit 

Port Dalhousie 

Point Edward 

Port McNicholl 

Renfrew 

Richmond Hill 



$ c. 


$ c. 


2,997 43 


4,919 93 


235 37 


324 79 


232 55 


502 25 


2,109 88 


2,866 76 


7,001 73 


11,199 99 


755 27' 


1,181 05 


1,997 29 


1,639 59 


1,261 89 


2,018 19 


327 46 


325 58 


547 35 


2,793 72 


2,088 52 


6,886 95 


427 56 


624 84 


133 78 


286 22 


4,217 76 


8,683 60 


716 81 


1,327 37 


3,600 38 


5,888 62 


122 62 


197 42 


1,025 47 


1,630 61 


929 79 


3,911 88 


2,114 59 


5,785 58 


106 14 


289 98 


7,856 77 


11,710 55 


244 87 


355 13 


11,659 76 


11,707 48 


12,542 02 


32,976 13 


3,520 32 




295 94 


892 08 


754 27 


1,273 97 


10,182 74 


11,215 48 


1,305 91 


1,965 13 


3,174 03 


4,781 97 


1,271 22 


1,898 22 


12,524 54 


19,024 90 


700 07 


1,499 93 


1,595 60 


4,806 21 


564 10 


843 86 


449 28 


646 92 


493 49 


770 59 


5,430 87 


8,358 24 


7,326 59 


17,219 96 


13,507 00 


26,456 91 


25,065 65 


35,366 71 


2,002 13 


3,169 27 


604 90 


2,682 03 


482 14 


782 30 


4,257 75 


6,795 33 


863 31 


1,336 77 


1,368 00 


2,082 00 


954 74 


1,445 62 


301 96 


506 12 


385 22 


614 86 


677 99 


1,026 01 



36 



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No. 1 



Statement No. 16 (a) — Continued 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT 

ONTARIO HOUSING COMMISSION 

Amounts repaid Province on Account of Principal and Interest under The Ontario 
Housing Act, 1919, in Fiscal Year 1930 



Municipality 


Interest 


Principal 




% c. 

3,351 96 

1,541 42 

2,399 58 

5,094 37 

771 03 

538 56 

718 11 

841 01 

4,072 63 

366 24 

7,054 42 

3,745 86 

264 00 

1,319 33 

182 47 

256 47 

7,282 00 

5,118 48 

1,606 25 

22,782 24 

581 47 

3,076 50 

13,369 36 


$ c. 
5,055 12 
2,537 02 


Sandwich East Township 


Sarnia 


3,816 78 


Sault Ste. Marie 


11,435 81 


Scarborough Township 


1,141 05 


Sioux Lookout 


661 44 


Smith's Falls 


1,074 09 

1,303 15 

8,608 72 

593 76 


Stamford Township 


St. Catharines 


Sturgeon Falls 


Stratford 


9,664 60 

8,808 37 
253 06 


Sudbury 


Tara 


Thorold 


2,212 99 
297 53 


Timmins 


Trenton 


431 73 


Walkerville 


11,537 80 

12,986 88 

2,394 07 

42,111 78 

898 61 


Welland 


Whitby 


Windsor 


Woodbridge 


Woodstock 


4,599 42 
23,196 96 


York 




Total 


251,646 58 


433,116 34 





1929-30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 37 

Statement No. 17 
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1930 

Ordinary — 

Main Office — 
Refunds — 

Expenses (British Government) on account Re- 
search, O.A.C $ 2,536 11 

Licenses — Auctioneers 50 00 

$ 2,586 11 

Branches — 

Statistics and Publications — 

Sales— Reports 272 45 

Agricultural and Horticultural — 

Judges' Services $ 7,587 44 

Sales — Grain 85 65 

Subvention — Federal Government 11,624 00 

Miscellaneous 314 02 



Live Stock — 

Licenses — Stallion Enrolment $ 3,269 98 

Sales— Stock 5,762 38 

Fines — Breach Stallion Enrolment Act 525 00 

Miscellaneous 388 92 



Dairy— 
Fees — 

Milk Testing. . $ 11,000 41 

Cow Testing 667 43 



Sales — 

Butter $ 46,263 77 

Cheese 138 40 



$ 11,667 84 



46,402 17 



Fines — Breach Dairy Products Act 150 00 

Eastern Dairy School — Kingston — 

Butter-making charges, etc 8,845 18 

Miscellaneous 145 46 



3,830 45 



19,611 11 



9,946 28 



67.210 65 



Fruit — 

Sales— Fruit $ 4,415 57 

Miscellaneous 342 07 

Horticultural and Experimental Station, Vineland 

—Perquisites 5,317 07 

Pre-cooling;Station, Brighton — Storage Charges. . . 960 61 

11,035 32 

Agricultural Representatives — 

Miscellaneous 80 28 

Colonization and Immigration — 

Refunds of Assisted Passages $ 443 19 

Grants — Federal Government 7,340 00 

Miscellaneous 1,898 51 

Vimy Ridge Farm — 

Rent $ 333 00 

Sales— Produce 3,497 45 



13,512 15 



Carried forward 124,254 35 



38 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 17 — Continued 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Revenue for Fiscal Year 1930 

Brought forward $ 124,254 35 

Ordinary — 

Branches — 

Agricultural Development Board — 

Refund of Expenses 1,276 59 

Colleges and Farms — 

Kemptville Agricultural School, Kemptville — 

Sales— Produce, Fees, etc $ 19,706 26 

Perquisites 1,800 00 

Miscellaneous 49 25 

21,555 51 



Ontario Veterinary College, Guelph — 

Fees— Tuition $ 7,783 50 

Sales— Feed, etc 338 00 

Rent 721 00 

Miscellaneous 1,720 32 



Eastern Dairy School — Kingston — 
(Under Dairy Branch.) 

Horticultural Experimental Station — Vineland. — 
(Under Fruit Branch.) 

Pre-Cooling Station — Brighton — 
(Under Fruit Branch.) 

Western Ontario Experimental Farm, Ridgetown — 

Rent $ 888 00 

Sales— Produce 12,652 92 

Miscellaneous 32 90 



Demonstration Farm, New Liskeard — 

Sales— Produce $ 3,572 29 

Miscellaneous 80 85 



Demonstration Farm, Hearst — 

Sales— Produce $ 544 00 

Miscellaneous 28 75 



Vimy Ridge Farm, Guelph — 

(Under Colonization Branch.) 

Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph — 

Fees $ 24,364 00 

Rent, Board, etc 118,372 95 

Sales— Produce 71,336 56 



10,562 82 



13,573 82 



3,653 14 



572 75 



214,073 51 



Total, Ordinary Revenue $ 389,522 49 

Loans and Special Funds— (To Statement No. 20) — 

J. Brillon — On account of Principal 291 04 



Interest— (To Statement No. 18)— 

J. Brillon—Mortgage 406 44 



697 48 



$ 390,219 97 



1929-30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 39 

Statement No. 18 

INTEREST ACCOUNT 

Interest Received for Fiscal Year 1930 

Northern Development — (From Statement No. 8) $ 29,093 17 

Provincial Treasurer — (From Statement No. 15) — 
Dominion Government — 

Common School Fund — 

5% on Ontario's share of Fund for year ended 

July 1st, 1930 $ 73,748 56 

Municipal Debentures 331 53 

Various Municipalities — 

Municipal Drainage Debentures 15,323 10 

Tile Drainage Debentures 95,966 99 

Agricultural Development Board — ■ 

Debentures 1,050,460 32 

Farm Loan Associations 7,532 78 

Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway Commission — ■ 

Interest on Funds advanced 850,000 00 

Registry Office — - 

Interest on Surplus Fees 235 55 

Banks — 

On Special Deposits 87,349 57 

Byron Telephone Company — Dividend 1 50 

$ 2,180,949 90 

Deduct — Amount set aside to Farm Loans Reserve 74,222 59 

2,106,727 31 

Provincial Secretary — (From Statement No. 16)— 

Various Municipalities — Ontario Housing Act Loans 251,646 58 

Agriculture — (From Statement No. 17) — 

J. Brillon, New Liskeard — Mortgage 406 44 

Total Ordinary Revenue $ 2,387,873 50 

Special Funds — (To Statement No. 20) — 

Farm Loans Reserve 74,222 59 

$ 2,462,096 09 



40 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Statement No. 19 

PUBLIC DEBT 

Statement Showing Proceeds of Loans for Fiscal Year 1930 

Debentures: 

Series 19 Geo. V, Cap. 2, and R.S.O. 1927, Cap. 23— 

"AN" 5% 31 years. Due December 2nd, 1960. 

Sinking Fund provision to retire 68% at 

maturity. Payable Canada, New York and 

London. 

Par Value $35,000,000 00 

Add— Premium Received. . . 283,465 00 

$35,283,465 00 

"AP" R.S.O. 1927, Cap. 57 and Cap. 23—43^% 

40 years. Instalment Annuity in varying 

amounts per annum, 15th May, 1931-1970. 

Payable Canada, New York and London. 

Par Value $30,000,000 00 

Less— Discount 1,677,000 00 

28,323,000 00 

"AQ" R.S.O. 1927, Cap. 331 (Teachers' and Inspectors' Superannua- 

tion Fund) — 

4^% 10 years. Due October 31st, 1940. Payable Toronto. 

Par Value 2,000,000 00 

Treasury Bills: 
Series 
"BG" R.S.O. 1927, Cap. 23— (Canteen Fund Committee) 

5% one year. Due February 1st, 1931. Payable Toronto. 

Par Value 940,000 00 

"BN" R.S.O. 1927, Cap. 57— 

53^% one month. Due January 30th, 1930. Payable Toronto. 

Par Value 5,000,000 00 

"BN" R.S.O. 1927, Cap. 57— 

5%% 3 months. Due April 30th, 1930. Payable Toronto. 

Par Value 5,000,000 00 

"BR" 19 Geo. V, Cap. 2— 

6% one year. Due November 1st, 1930. Payable New York. 

Par Value $4,000,000 00 

Less Discount 10,000 CO 

— 3,990,000 00 

"BS" 19 Geo. V, Cap. 2, R.S.O. 1927, Cap. 23— 

5 23/32% 3 months. Due February 19th, 1930. Payable Toronto. 

Par Value 5,000,000 00 

"BS" R.S.O. 1927, Cap. 23— 

5y s % 3 months. Due May 19th, 1930. Payable Toronto. 

Par Value 5,000,000 00 

"BT" R.S.O. 1927, Cap. 57— 

5;H>% one year. Due December 2nd, 1930. Payable New York. 

Par Value $4,000,000 00 

Less Discount 9,600 00 

3,990,400 00 

"BU" R.S.O. 1927, Cap. 57— 

4.95% on Demand. Payable Toronto. 

Par Value 2,000,000 00 

"BV" R.S.O. 1927, Cap. 57— 

5% 2 months. Due June 30th, 1930. Payable Toronto. 

Par Value 20,000,000 00 

"BV" R.S.O. 1927, Cap. 57— 

4%% 6 months. Due December 30th, 1930. Payable Toronto. 

Par Value 15,000,000 00 

"BW" 20 Geo. V, Cap. 2— 

3% 6 months. Due March 5th, 1931. Payable New York. 

Par Value 5,000,000 00 

"BX" 20 Geo. V, Cap. 2— 

43^% 2 months. Due December 1st, 1930. Payable Toronto. 

Par Value 5,000,000 00 

"BY" 20 Geo. V, Cap. 2— 

3% 2 months. Due December 31st, 1930. Payable New York. 

Par Value 5,000,000 00 

Province of Ontario Savings Office — 

Deposited with the Treasurer of Ontario 728,124 99 

$147,254,989 99 



1929-30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 41 



Statement No. 20 

LOAN REPAYMENTS AND SPECIAL FUNDS 

Receipts for Fiscal Year 1930 

Loan Repayments — 

Prime Minister's Department — From Statement No. 2 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission — 

Refund of Advances. $2,733,379 50 

Repayment from Sinking Fund 1,607,427 82 

$4,340,807 32 

Northern Development — From Statement No. 8 

Settlers' Loans — Repayments 68,413 27 

Provincial Treasurer — From Statement No. 15 
Agricultural Development Board — 

Repayment of Debentures $1,200,000 00 

Tile Drainage Loans — Repayments 136,380 77 

Municipal Drainage Loans 35,022 73 

Farm Loans — Repavments 30,572 93 

Capital Stock 150 00 

Municipal Debentures — Repayments 3,116 56 

1,405,242 99 



Provincial Secretary — From Statement No. 16 

Housing Loans— Repayments 433,116 34 

Agriculture — From Statement No. 17 

J. Brillon— Repayment on Mortgage 291 04 



Special Funds — 

Prime Minister — From Statement No. 2 

Ontario Public Service Superannuation Fund — 

Contributions by Employees and Government $ 812,912 16 

Education — From Statement No. 6 

Bequests and Scholarships 650 00 

Provincial Treasurer — From Statement No. 15 

Municipal Sinking Fund —Deposits $ 109,232 99 

Registry Office — 

Surplus Fees deposited under R.S.O. 

1927, Cap. 158 41,522 00 

Toronto Registry Office — Assurance Fund. . 3,334 40 

Debt Redemption— Reserve 2,095,456 10 



$6,247,870 96 



2,249,545 49 



Provincial Secretary — From Statement No. 16 
Bowmanville School — 

Rotary Club — Gymnasium Fund 1,510 00 

Interest Account — From Statement No. 18 

Reserve for Farm Loans 74,222 59 



3,138,840 24 
$ 9,386,711 20 



4? 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No 1 



Statement No. 21 

KING'S PRINTER'S OFFICE 

Government Stationery and Paper Account 

Stock on hand, November 1st, 1929 — 

Stationery $ onnl? o? 

Printing and binding 29,068 81 

Contract paper 6,722 59 

$ 78,369 63 

Purchases during the year — 

Stationery $ 197,120 19 

Printing and binding 427,392 46 

Contract paper 26,178 10 

650,690 75 

$ 729,060 38 

Deduct — 

Distribution to Departments — 

Stationery, printing and binding $ 627,225 32 

Contract paper 22,033 25 

$ 649,258 57 

Cash Sales — 

Stationery, printing and binding $ 19,442 48 

Paper 670 30 

20,112 78 

$ 669,371 35 

Stock written off, 1929 597 64 

Stock on hand, October 31st, 1930— 

Stationery $ 34,273 20 

Contract paper 10,014 42 

In course of distribution (on invoices) 

Stationery, printing and binding 14,186 71 

Paper 255 25 

58,729 58 

728,698 57 

Loss in Distribution . $ 361 81 

Distribution of stationery, printing and paper, as above $ 669,371 35 

Purchases as above 650,690 75 

Excess of distribution over purchases. $ 18,680 60 

For details of Purchases, see pages T 8-10 



1929-30 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



43 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
Amount Advanced to October 31st, 1930 





Hydro 
System 


Central Ontario 
System 


Total 


Amount advanced on Capital Account to 
October 31st, 1929 


$ c. 

158,702,302 54 
16,164,439 00 


$ c. 

14,887,614 14 
453,500 00 


$ c. 
173,589,916 68 


Advances during current year — (See page B2) . 


16,617,939 00 




174,866,741 54 


15,341,114 14 


190,207,855 68 


Less — 

Refund of Capital Advances not required — 
(See page 18) 


880,324 48 


489,064 58 
1,363,990 44 


1,369,389 06 


Sale of Properties — (See page 18) 


1,363,990 44 










880,324 48 


1,853,055 02 


2,733,379 50 


Total advances to date 


173,986,417 06 


13,488,059 12 


187,474,476 18 




Repayments from Sinking Fund — (Debt Re- 
tirement Plan) — 

Fiscal Year 1926 


4,812,000 00 
1,338,567 00 
1,417,529 45 
1,499.509 61 
1,607,427 82 




4,812,000 00 
1,338,567 00 


1927 




1928 




1,417,529 45 


1929 




1,499,509 61 
1,607,427 82 


1930 








Total repayments to date 


10,675,033 88 




10,675,033 88 








Net amount advanced to October 31st, 
1930 


163,311,383 18 


13,488,059 12 


176,799,442 30 


Province of Ontario Bonds representing Sink- 
ing Fund investments, deposited as security 
for repayment of advances 


1,751.000 00 




1,751,000 00 







44 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

LOANS TO MUNICIPALITIES, ETC. 
As at October 31st, 1930 

Housing Loans $ 4,963,746 04 

Drainage Debentures — 

Municipal Drainage Aid Act $ 298,372 17 

Tile Drainage Act 2,095,971 29 

2,394,343 46 

Settlers' Loans 573,626 51 

Municipal Debentures — 

Town of Cochrane $ 33,514 06 

Township of Whitney 17,147 85 

Village of Eganville 6,604 41 

57,266 32 

Soldiers' Aid Commission 22,191 62 

J. Brillon— Mortgage 6,483 01 

Co-operative Marketing Loan Act 1,450 00 

School Board — Guaranteed Debentures — Robillard and Truax 1,317 44 



$ 8,020,424 40 

BUILDINGS, ROADS, ETC. 

As at October 31st, 1930 

Provincial Buildings and Lands $ 40,409,138 70 

Improvements to Highways, 1919-1930 116,612,902 36 

Northern Development— Roads and Farms, 1919-1930 26,368,630 90 

Colonization Roads, 1919-1930 3,438,273 49 

Niagara Parks Commission — Surplus of Assets 2,049,702 16 

Hydro Power Plant — Monteith 27,061 10 

Rural Power Transmission Lines — Bonus 1927-1930 4,599,944 00 



$193,505,652 71 
BANK BALANCES 

As at October 31st, 1930 

Balances Due by Banks — 

Commerce '. $347,821 66 

Dominion 91,198 91 

Home (in liquidation) 400,000 00 

Imperial 120,182 42 

Montreal 5,810,177 71 

Nova Scotia 80,361 85 

Royal 28,360 09 

Toronto 20,601 73 



$6,898,704 37 

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE 

As at October 31st, 1930 

Lands and Forests — Crown Lands and Interest $654 852 05 

" , _ " Timber Dues .'.'.' 1,443,065 50 

JNortnern Development — Unexpended balances and notes outstanding 286 702 22 

Mines 35,997 37 

Highways—Municipalities, etc 2,492426 01 

Public Institutions— Maintenance of Patients, etc 182^323 46 

Sale of Central Prison and Toronto Asylum — balance 473 320 00 

Succession Duties 349864 41 

Old Age Pensions — Dominion Government \\\ 662021 39 

I Municipalities '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 162^378 66 

Inter Provincial 5 355 37 

Mothers' Allowances — Municipalities ] 121499 25 

Agricultural Development Board— Accrued Debenture Interest 845'901 26 

Returned cheques held for collection 5405 66 

$ 7,721,122 61 



1929-30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 45 

PLANT, LIVESTOCK, STORES AND EQUIPMENT 

As at October 31st, 1930 

Public Institutions .' $ 1,064,359 42 

King's Printer— Stationery Stock 58,729 58 

Department of Agriculture 1 18,803 59 

Department of Health 14,000 00 

Department of Public Highways 60,357 34 



$ 1,316,249 93 

DEFERRED ASSETS 

As at October 31st, 1930 

Town of Matheson — 

Debentures and Interest paid under Debenture Guarantee Act $ 45,411 55 

Ottawa Separate Schools Commission — 

Promissory Notes paid 53,902 23 



99,313 78 



DISCOUNT ON LOANS, 1926-1930 

Balance Charged off Balance 

October 3 let, during October 31st, 

1929 1930 1930 

Treasury Bills — $ c. $ c. $ c. 

Series "B.R." 1 year— due November 1, 19 : 10,000 00 

" "B.T." 1 " " December 2, 1930 9,600 00 

19,600 00 

Debenture Issues refunding maturities of issues prior to 
October 31 t, 1925: 

Series "A.J." 30 years— due 1956 597,564 00 22,132 00 

" "AK." 30 " " 1957 155,010 24 5,536 08 

" "A.L." 38 " " 1966 (part) 533,557 00 14,618 00 

" "A.M." 30 " " 1959 (part) 79,821 99 2,705 83 

" "A.P." 36 " " 1966 (part) 6,600 00 

1,365,953 23 51,591 91 
Premiums Received (on Debentures Issued): 

Series "A.N." 31 years— due 1960 (part) 2,800 00 

1,365,953 23 48,791 91 

Premium on Bonds and Stocks purchased for redemp- 
tion 163,927 78 17,073 01 

1,529,881 01 85,464 92 

Debenture Issues — New Debt (since October 31st, 
1925): 
Discount provided for by payment of annuity 
maturities and Sinking Fund instalments out 
of Ordin ry Revenue: 

Series "A.L." 40 years— due 1968 (part) 1,199,334 00 30,363 00 1,168,971 00 

" "A.M." 30 " " 1959 (part) 212,71/58 7,210 83 205,508 75 

" "A.P." 40 " " 1970 (part) 15,372 50 1,214,427 50 











575,432 00 
149,474 16 
518,939 00 
77,116 16 
440,600 00 


1,761,561 
83,049 


32 

32 


1,678,512 00 


146,854 


77 


1,825,366 77 



1,412,053 58 52,946 33 2,588,907 25 

Premiums Received (on Debentures Issued): 

Series "A.N." 31 years— due 1960 (part) 6,374 71 191,240 97 



1,412,053 58 46,571 62 2,397,666 28 



2,941,934 59 132,036 54 4,223,033 05 



46 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Maturity 



Instalment Issues 

19o0, Nov. 1 

(1928-1957) 



Dec. 1 

(1926-1955) 



1931, Jan. IS.... 
(1928-1957) 



Mav 15.... 
(1929-1968) 



May 15.... 
(1931-1970) 



Straight Term Issues 

1935, April 1 



Dec. 1 . 

1936, May 2. 
July 1. 

1937, Jan. 3. 

1939, June 1 . 
June 1 . 

1940, Oct. 31 . 

1941, Feb. 1 . 
May 1 . 
Nov. 1 . 

1942, Oct. 1 . 
Dec. 1 . 

1943, Sept. 15 
Sept. 15. 

1944, Sept. 1 
1948, Oct. 15 
1952, April 1 
1959, May 1 



1960, Dec. 2 



1946, Jan. 1 

£422,549/4/10... 

1947, May 1 

£317,912/16/4... 

1965, Jan. 1 

£171,454/12/8... 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO-STOCK AND DEBENTURES 



Nature 



Ser. Bonds 

Ser. Bonds 

Ser. Bonds 

Annuity 

Annuity 

Bonds 

Bonds 

Bonds 

B & S 

Bonds 

B&S 

B&S 

Bond 

Bonds 

B&S 

B&S 

Bonds 

Bonds 

Bonds 

Bonds 

Bonds 

Bonds 

Bonds 

Bonds 

Bonds 



Date of Issue 



Nov. 1, 1927 
Dec. 1, 1925 
Jan. 15, 1927 
May 15,1928 

May 15, 1930 

April 1, 1920 
Dec. 1, 1920 
May 2, 1921 
July 1, 1906 
Jan. 3, 1922 
June 1, 1909 
June 1, 1909 
Oct. 31, 1930 
Feb. 1, 1921 
May 1, 1911 
Nov. 1,1911 
Oct. 2, 1922 
Dec. 1, 1922 
Sept. 15, 1921 
Sept. 15, 1921 
Sept. 1, 1924 
Oct. 15, 1923 
April 1, 1922 
May 1, 1929 

Dec. 2, 1929 



Stock 


Jan. 1, 1906 


Stock 


May 1, 1909 


Stock 


Jan. 1, 1914 



Rate 



4H 
4^ 
4^ 
4 

m 

6 
6 
6 

sy 2 

4 

4 

4K 

6 

4 

4 

5 

sy 2 

6 
6 

5 
5 
5 



3H 

4 

4^ 



Amount of 
Issue 



Redeemed and 
Cancelled 



24,000,000 
21,000,000 
24,000,000 
30,000,000 

30,000,000 

2,000,000 

16,000,000 

15,000,000 

2,684,500 

15,000,000 

1,150,000 

3,500,000 

2,000,000 

10,000,000 

498,600 

3,000,000 

20,000,000 

20,000,000 

15,000,000 

15,000,000 

20,000,000 

40,000,000 

15,000,000 

35,000,000* 

35,000,000** 

2,056,406.30J 

1,547,175. 70$ 

834,412.54$ 



1,600,000 

2,800,000 

2,400,000 

666,000 



14,000 

692,000 

558,500 

2,336,500 



2,834,050 



339,500 

274,600 

1,811,600 



Amount 

Outstanding 

Public 



1,266,500 

11,000 

352,000 

800,000 

1,693,500 



$ 
22,400,000 



18,200,000 
21,600,000 
29,334,000 

30,000,000 

1,986,000 

15,308,000 

14,441,500 

348,000 

15,000,000 

1,150,000 
665,950 

2,000,000 

9,660,500 
224,000 

1,188,400 
20,000,000 
18,733,500 
14,989,000 
14,648,000 
19,200,000 
38,306,500 
15,000,000 
35,000,000 

35,000,000 

2,056,406.30 

1,547,175.70 

834,412.54 



419,271,094.54 



20,449,750.00 



398,821,344.54 



♦Sinking Fund on 40-year retirement basis to provide 55 per cent, of issue at maturity in 1959. 
**Sinkin« Fund to provide 68% of issue at maturity in 1960. 
tRegistcred Stock — Bank of Montreal, London, England — Amount outstanding, of which there has been 

purchased for Sinking Funds, $917,769.59, 3}4 per cent, stock; $746,470.08 4 percent, stock, and 

S439.741.72 A]/ 2 per cent, stock. 



1929-30 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



47 



OUTSTANDING AS AT OCTOBER 31st, 1930 











Denom- 




Series 


Authority 


Interest Dates 


Where Payable! 


inations 


Exemption 


AK 


17 Geo. V, Cap. 2, R.S.O. 
1914, Cap. 21 


1 May & Nov. 


Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., M., W., 
V, R., C, H. &St. J.; N.Y., 
L. (Eng.) 


1,000 


None 


AH 


15 Geo. V, Cap. 2, R.S.O. 
1914, Cap. 21 


1 June & Dec. 


Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., M., W., 
V, R, C, H. &St. J.; N.Y., 
L. (Eng.) 


1,000 


None 


AJ 


16 Geo. V, Cap. 6, R.S.O. 
1914, Cap. 21 


15 Jan. & July 


Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., M., W., 
V, R., C, H. &St. J.;N.Y.; 
L. (Eng.) 


1,000 


None 


AL 


16 Geo.V, Cap. 6, 18 Geo. 
V, Cap.6, R.S.O.1927, 
Cap. 23 


• 15 May & Nov. 


Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl,, M., W., 
V, R., C, H.&St. J.; N.Y.; 
L. (Eng.) 


1,000 


None 


AP 


R.S.O. 1927, Cap. 23&57 


15 May & Nov. 


Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., M., W., 
V, R., H., C. &St. J., Can.; 
N.Y.; L. (Eng.) 


1,000 


None 


KK 


R.S.O. 1914, Cap. 39. . . . 


1 Apr. & Oct. 


Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., M 


1,000 


None 


RR 


R.S.O. 1914, Cap. 39. . . . 


1 June & Dec. 


Prov. Treas.& Bk.MtL.M. or W. 


1,000 & 

500 
1,000 & 

500 
1,000 & 

500 


None 


TT 


R.S.O. 1914, Cap. 39... . 


2 May & Nov. 


Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., M.. . . 


None 




5 Ed. VII, Cap. 2, 6 Ed. 
VII, Cap. 4 


1 Jan & July 


Prov. Treas 


Succ. Duty 






Free 


ZZ 


11 Geo. V, Cap. 7 


3 Jan. & July 


Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., M. or 

N.Y. 
Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., M. . . . 


1,000 


None 




5 Ed. VII, Cap. 2 &3... 


1 June & Dec. 


1,000 & 

500 
1,000 & 


None 


A 


9 Ed. VII, Cap. 8 


1 June & Dec. 


Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., M. or 


Succ. Duty 








N.Y 


500 


Free 


AQ 


R.S.O. 1927, Cap. 331 


30 Apr. & Oct. 


Prov. Treas 


1 Bond 


None 


ss 


R.S.O. 1914, Cap. 39.... 


1 Feb. & Aug. 


Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., M.. . . 


1,000 & 

500 
1,000 & 


None 


B 


1 Geo. V, Cap. 9 


1 May & Nov. 


Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., M. or 


Succ. Duty 








N.Y. 


500 


Free 


C & D 


1 Geo. V, Cap. 4 


1 May & Nov. 


Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., M. or 


1,000 & 


Succ. Duty 








N.Y. 


500 


Free 


AC 


12-13 Geo. V, Cap. 8... . 


1 Apr. & Oct. 


Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., M. or 

N.Y. 


1,000 


None 


AD 


12-13 Geo. V, Cap. 8.... 


1 June & Dec. 


Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., M.. . . 


1,000 & 

500 
1,000 


None 


UU & XX 


R.S.O. 1914, Cap. 39... . 


15 Mar. & Sept. 


Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., M. or 

N.Y. 
Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., M. or 


None 


WW& YY 


R.S.O. 1914, Cap. 39. . . . 


15 Mar. & Sept. 


1,000 & 


None 








W. 


500 




AG 


14 Geo. V, Cap. 9 


1 Mar. & Sept. 


Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mt., M., 
N.Y. or L. (Eng.) 


1,000 


None 


AF 


13-14 Geo. V, Cap. 2.... 


15 Apr. & Oct. 


Prov. Treas. & Bk. Comm., M., 
W., V., H. or St. J. 


1,000 & 
500 


None 


AB 


R.S.O. 1914, Cap. 39. . . . 


1 Apr. & Oct. 


Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., M., or 

N.Y. 


1,000 


None 


AM 


18 Geo. V, Cap. 6, R.S.O. 
1927, Cap. 23 


1 May & Nov. 


Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., M., W., 
V..R., H.,C.,St. J.;N.Y.,L. 
(Eng.) 


1,000 


None 


AN 


19 Geo. V, Cap. 2, R.S.O. 


2 June & Dec. 


Prov. Treas. & Bk. Mtl., M., W., 


1,000 & 


None 




1927, Cap. 23 




V., R., H., C. &St. J., Can.; 
N.Y.; L. (Eng.) 


500 






5 Ed. VII, Cap. 2 & 3.. . 


1 Jan. & July 


Bk. Mtl., London, Eng 




None 




2 Geo. V, Cap. 2 


1 May & Nov. 


Bk. Mtl., London, Eng 




Succ. Duty 
Free 




4. Geo. V, Cap. 9 


1 Jan. & July 


Bk. Mtl., London, Eng 




Succ. Duty 
Free 















fM — Montreal; W — Winnipeg; V — Vancouver; R — Regina; C — Calgary; H — Halifax; St. J. 
NY — New York; L — London, Eng. 



-St. John, N.B.; 



48_ PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Indirect Liabilities and Guarantees of the Province of Ontario 
As at October 31st, 1930 

(1) Timiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway Commission. 

Guaranteed by the Province of Ontario, under authority 
17 Geo. V, cap. 16. Bonds of above Commission, due 
1st February, 1939, to 1st February, 1968, 4 per cent $6,000,000 00 

(2) Niagara Parks Commission. 

Guaranteed by the Province of Ontario, under authority 
17 Geo. V, cap. 24. Bonds of above Commission, due 
1st December, 1928, to 1st December, 1947, 4 per cent. 

Outstanding 1,863,000 00 

(3) University of Toronto. 

Guaranteed by the Province of Ontario, under authority 
Order-in-Council, 15th July, 1908, and 16th June, 1909. 
Annuity Debentures of above University, payable 15th 
July, 1910, to 15th July, 1949, 40 years, $479,940.00 out- 
standing. 

Present value for 19 years at 4 per cent $ 331,763 32 

Guaranteed by the Province of Ontario, under authority 
Order-in-Council, 7th April, 1911. Annuity Debentures 
of above University, payable 1st January, 1912, to 1st 
January, 1951, 40 years, $137,928.00 outstanding. 

Present value for 21 years at 4 per cent 92,143 52 

Guarantee of the Province of Ontario, under authority 
Order-in-Council, 15th May, 1912. Annuity Debentures of 
above University, payable 1st January, 1912, to 1st 
January, 1951, 40 years, $318,297.00 outstanding. 

Present value for 21 years at 4 per cent 212,639 97 

Guaranteed by the Province of Ontario, under authority 
Order-in-Council, April 14th, 1915. Annuity Debentures 
of above University, payable April 15th, 1916, to April 15th, 
1955, 40 years, $149,375.00 outstanding. 

Present value for 25 years at 4^ per cent 88,598 55 

Guaranteed by the Province of Ontario, under authority 
Order-in-Council, June 17th, 1924. Annuity Debentures 
of above University, payable July 15th, 1925, to July 15th, 
1944, 20 years, $140,000.00 outstanding. 

Present value for 14 years at 5 per cent 98,986 40 

Guaranteed by the Province of Ontario, under authority 
Order-in-Council, November 15th, 1928. Annuity Deben- 
tures of above University, payable January 15th, 1930, to 
January 15th, 1949, 20 years, $1,219,667.00 outstanding. 

Present value for 19 years at 5 per cent 775,792 94 

1,599,924 70 

(4) University of Western Ontario (London). 

Guaranteed by the Province of Ontario, under authority 
Order-in-Council, November 29th, 1928. Debentures of 
above University payable July 2nd, 1929, to July 2nd, 1958 
30 years, $440,000.00, 43^ per cent. 

Amount outstanding 42g Q00 00 

(5) Town of Bruce Mines. 

R.S.O. 1914, cap. 266. 

January 1st, 1918, to January 1st, 1947, 6 per cent., outstanding 19,029 05 

Carried forward 9,907,953 75 



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49 



Indirect Liabilities and Guarantees of the Province of Ontario — Continued 

Brought forward 9,907,953 75 

(6) Town of Matheson. 

7 Geo. V, cap. 9. 

June 1st, 1923, to June 1st, 1937, 6 per cent., outstanding $ 2,873 89 

9 Geo. V, cap. 4. 

April 1st, 1920, to April 1st, 1949, 6 per cent., outstanding 25,535 36 
May 6th, 1924, to May 6th, 1948, 6 per cent., outstanding 31,464 54 

59,873 79 



(7) Town of Capreol. 

10-11 Geo. V, cap. 7. 
December 1st, 1922, to December 1st, 1939, 6 per cent., outstanding. . 



5,133 44 



(8) Township of Tisdale. 

7 Geo. V, cap. 9. 

Dec. 31st, 1917, to Dec. 31st, 1931, 6 per cent., outstanding $ 4,719 30 
D^c. 31st, 1917, to Dec. 31st, 1931, 6 per cent., outstanding 1,887 72 

Statute Law Amendment Act, 1918, sec. 67. 

July 1st, 1918, to July 1st, 1932, 6 per cent., outstanding 1,887 72 



32,098 21 
83,920 21 



(9) Town of Cochrane. 

7 Geo. V, cap. 9. 

May 1st, 1918, to May 1st, 1947, 5 per cent., outstanding $ 29,335 76 

14 Geo. V, cap. 3. 

July 2nd, 1925, to July 2nd, 1944, S l / 2 per cent., outstanding 
July 2nd, 1924, to July 2nd, 1943, 53^ per cent., outstanding 



(10) Town of Haileybury. 

14 Geo. V, cap. 3. 
April 1st, 1925, to April 1st, 1944, 6 per cent., outstanding $ 
April 15th, 1925, to April 15th, 1944, 6 per cent., outstanding 
April 1st, 1925, to April 1st, 1934, 6 per cent., outstanding 
July 15th, 1924, to July 15th, 1943, 6 per cent., outstanding 
Feb. 12th, 1925, to Feb. 12th, 1934, 6 percent., outstanding 
May 10th, 1925, to May 10th, 1934, 6 per cent., outstanding 
April 15th, 1925, to April 15th, 1944, 6 per cent., outstanding 



16,207 
1,397 
1,744 

11,577 
2,353 
7,635 



1,906 51 



8.494 74 



145,354 18 



42,822 43 



(11) Board Trustees, R.C. Sep. School, Town of Timmins. 

7 Geo. V, cap. 27. 

Dec. 1st, 1918, to Dec. 1st, 1937, 5 per cent., outstanding $ 15,558 75 
9 Geo. V, cap. 4. 

Nov. 1st, 1919, to Nov. 1st, 1938, 6 per cent., outstanding 8,894 98 

14 Geo. V, cap. 3 and 15 Geo. V, cap. 3. 

April 1st, 1926, to April 1st, 1940, S l / 2 per cent., outstanding 96,120 39 

April 1st, 1926, to April 1st, 1940, SY 2 per cent., outstanding 54,067 72 



174,641 84 



(12) Presqu'ile Park Commission. 

13-14 Geo. V, cap. 6. 

Payable May 1st, 1943, 6 per cent 



(13) Town of Kapuskasing. 
14 Geo. V, cap. 3. 
Aug. 1st, 1926, to Aug. 1st, 1945, 6 per cent., outstanding $ 67,740 65 
Jan. 1st, 1928, to Jan. 1st, 1947, 6 per cent., outstanding 18,269 11 



20,000 00 



86,009 76 



Carried forward 10,450,283 93 



50 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Indirect Liabilities and Guarantees of the Province of Ontario— Continued 

Brought forward 10,450,283 93 

(14) Town of Englehart. 

15 Geo. V, cap. 4. 

Dec. 31st, 1924, to Dec. 31st, 1943, 6 per cent., outstanding $ 5,250 00 

Dec. 31st. 1924, to Dec. 31st, 1943, 6 per cent., outstanding 10,500 00 

Dec. 31st, 1925, to Dec. 31st, 1944, 6 per cent., outstanding 2.850 00 



18,600 00 



(15) Guarantees under the authority of the Municipal Housing 
Act, 1920. 

Beaverton $ 4,803 20 

Cochrane 54,820 65 

Fergus 1,063 00 

East Windsor 248,213 42 

Kitchener 86.627 60 

Listowel 40,917 11 

London 206,284 09 

Niagara Falls 54,565 36 

Oshawa 152,582 22 

Point Edward 33,513 92 

Riverside 149.861 73 

Sarnia 104,535 88 

Sioux Lookout 19,295 28 

Stamford Township 70,439 50 

Sudbury 98,547 00 

Tilbury 32,238 76 

Walkerville 29,237 70 

Windsor 660.087 79 



2.047.634 21 



(16) Guarantees by the Province of Ontario, under authority of section 6b of the 

Department of Education Act and Amendments 3,122,386 12 

(17) Hydro-Electric Power Commission of On- 

tario. 

Guarantees given by the Province in 
respect of bond and other liabilities 
assumed by and bonds issued by the 
Commission: 

Forty year 4 per cent. Debentures 
of the Commission given in purchase 
of the Capital Stock of the Ontario 
Power Company, due August 1st, 1957 $ 8,000,000 00 

Twenty year 6 per cent. Debentures 
(due in 1941) issued by the Commission 
for the purpose of retiring debentures 
of the Ontario Power Company which 
matured in 1921 3,200,000 00 

First Mortgage 5 per cent. Bonds 
of the Ontario Power Company, due 
February 1st, 1943 8,130,000 00 

First Mortgage 5 per cent. Bonds 
of the Ontario Transmission Company, 

Limited, due May 1st, 1945 1,363,000 00 

$20,693,000 00 

Re Essex System. 

Forty year 4 per cent. Debentures of the Commission, 
due June 1st, 1958 200,000 00 

Re Thorold System. 

Forty year 4 per cent. Debentures of the Commis- 
sion, due December 1st, 1958 100,000 00 



Carried forward 15,638,904 26 



1929-30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 51 

Indirect Liabilities and Guarantees of the Province of Ontario — Continued 

Brought forward 15,638,904 26 

(17) Hydro-Electric Power, etc. — Continued. 
Re Sandwich, Windsor and Amheistburg 
Railway. 

Forty year V/2 per cent. Bonds of 
the Commission, due April 1st, 1960. . . $ 2,100,000 00 

Forty year 6 per cent. Debentures of 
the Commission, due July 1st, 1961.. . . 900,000 00 

Twenty year 5 per cent. Bonds of the 
Commission, due September 1st, 1943. . 966,205 00 

Twenty year 5 per cent. Bonds of the 

Commission, due July 1st, 1945 750,000 00 

Twenty year 5 per cent. Bonds of the 
Commission, due September 1st, 1945 . . 100,000 00 

Twenty year 5 per cent. Bonds of the 
Commission, due July 15th, 1946 1,000,000 00 

$ 5,816,205 00 

Re Port Credit and St. Catharines Railway. 

Fifty year 5 per cent. Bonds of the Commission, due 
November 1st, 1969— $1,200,000 pledged as security 
for Bank Loan of $500,000 500,000 00 

Re Guelph Railway. 

Ten year 6 per cent. Bonds of the Commission, due 
May 1st, 1931 287,000 00 

Re Toronto Power Company, Limited. 

Twenty year 6 per cent. Bonds of the 
Commission, due December 1st, 1940, 
given in part purchase of the Capital 
Stock of the Toronto Power Company. $ 619,000 00 

\ x /l per cent. Guaranteed Debenture 
Stock of the Toronto Power Company, 
due May 1st, 1941 7,268,629 48 

Fifteen year 5 per cent. Bonds of the 
Commission, due June 15th, 1939 4,000,000 00 

— 11,887,629 48 
Re Electrical Development Company of 

Ontario, Limited. 

First Mortgage 5 per cent. Gold 
Bonds of the company due 1933 3,441,000 00 

Re Toronto and York Radial Railway Com- 
pany, and the Schomberg and Aurora 
Railway Company. 

Twenty year 6 per cent. Bonds of the 
Commission, due December 1st, 1940, 
given in purchase of the Capital Stock 
of the Toronto and York Radial Rail- 
way Company, and the Schomberg and 
Aurora Railway Company $ 2,375,000 00 

Twenty year 6 per cent. Bonds of the 
Commission, due December 1st, 1940. . 600,000 00 

— 2,975,000 00 
Re Dominion Power and Transmission Co. 

Forty year 4% per cent. Bonds of the 
Commission given in purchase of the 
Capital Stock of the Dominion Power 
and Transmission Company, due Janu- 
ary 1st, 1970 13,000,000 00 

Five year 5 per cent. Bonds of the 
Commission given in purchase of the 
Capital Stock of the Dominion Power 
and Transmission Company, due Janu- 
ary 1st, 1935 8,000,000 00 

21,000,000 00 

66,899,834 48 

$82,538,738 74 



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No. 1 



REGISTERED STOCK— SINKING FUNDS 
Investment Account as at October 31st, 1930 

3 l A% Stock due January 1st, 1946— £422,549-4-10: 

Ontario Registered 2>V 2 % Stock due 1946. Par value $607,960 14 

4 % " 1947. " 194,556 96 

4^% " 1965. " 151,241 64 

British 5% War Loan due, 1929/1947 £39,481-4-1 at cost. . 194,966 40 

Bank of Montreal, London, Eng. — Cash uninvested 5 74 

4% Stock due May 1st, 1947— £317,912-16-4: 

Ontario Registered 33^% Stock due 1946. Par value $251,113 37 

4 % " 1947 " 443,934 14 

43^% " 1965. " 190,436 08 

British 5% War Loan due 1929/1947— £3,101-7-10 at cost . . 15,313 05 
Commonwealth of Australia 5% stock 1945/1975 — 

£25,916-3-3 at cost 122,676 62 

Bank of Montreal, London, Eng. — Cash uninvested 13 79 

43^% Stock due January 1st, 1965— £171,454-12-8: 

Ontario Registered $y 2 % Stock due 1946. Par value $ 58,696 08 

4 % " 1947. " 107,978 98 

43^% " 1965. " 98,064 00 

British 5% War Loan due 1929/1947— £421-17-10 at cost. . . 2,079 11 
Commonwealth of Australia 5% Stock, 1945/1975— 

£13,073-2-6 at cost 61,850 52 

Bank of Montreal, London, Eng. — Cash uninvested 10 40 



$1,148,730 88 



1,023,487 05 



328,679 09 
$2,500,897 02 



RAILWAY AID AND ANNUITIES 

Statement showing amounts payable annually for certificates issued by the Treasurer 
of the Province for Aid to Railways and Annuities 



Year 


Railway Aid 
Certificates 


Annuities 


1930 


$ c. 


$ c. 
25,350 00 


1931 


134,914 94 

127,918 94 

125,120 54 

123,021 74 

111,128 54 

105,090 01 

94,459 80 

90,961 80 

86,122 35 

82,239 02 

67,943 75 

31,818 40 

24,920 51 

22,695 08 

18,251 86 

18,251 86 

18,251 86 

18,251 86 

6,871 26 

699 60 


43,700 00 


1932 


32,700 00 


1933 


28,700 00 


1934 


28,700 00 


1935 


24,700 00 


1936 


16,700 00 


1937 


9,200 00 


1938 


2,850 00 


1939 




1940 




1941 




1942 




1943 




1944 




1945 




1946 




1947 




1948 




1949 




1950 










1,308,933 72 


212,600 00 



1929-30 



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53 



Aid to Railways from Confederation to October 31st, 1930 



Name of Railway 



Miles 



Rate 



Subsidy Voted 



Algoma Eastern 

Algoma Central & Hudson Bay. . . . 

Bay of Quinte 

Belleville and North Hastings 

Brantford, Norfolk & Port Burwell. 

Bruce Mines & Algoma 

Canada Central 



Canadian Southern 
Central Counties. . 



Central Ontario 

Cobourg, Peterborough & Marmora 

Credit Valley 

Canada Atlantic 

Erie & Huron 

Grand Trunk, Georgian Bay & Lake Erie. 
Grand Junction 



G.T.R. Assignee of Magnetawan River Railway 

Grand Trunk Pacific 

Hamilton and North Western 



Hamilton & Lake Erie 

Huntsville & Lake of Bays. . . 
Irondale, Bancroft & Ottawa. 

James Bay 

Kingston & Pembroke 



Lake Simcoe Junction 

Lindsay, Bobcaygeon & Pontypool 

London, Huron & Bruce 

Montreal & Ottawa 

Midland 



North Simcoe 

Northern Extension 



Ontario & Rainy River 

Ontario, Belmont & Northern . . . 
Ottawa, Arnprior & Parry Sound 

Pembroke Southern 

Prince Arthur's Landing 

Prince Edward County 

Port Dover & Lake Huron 

Port Arthur, Duluth & Western . 

Parry Sound Colonization 

Stratford & Lake Huron 

Toronto, Grey & Bruce 



Toronto & Nipissing 



Tillsonburg, Lake Erie & Pacific. 

Thessalon & Northern 

Victoria 



Wellington, Grey & Bruce 

Whitby, Port Perry & Lindsay 

Ottawa & New York (International Bridge). . . 
Dominion Bridge Co. (Interprovincial Bridge). 

Totals 



53. 

99.81 

28.45 

22. 

33.27 

17. 

20.029 

20. 

7.531 
62.901 
31. 

7. 
50.500 

9.37 
153.061 
65.72 
40.556 
79.3 
45.86 
20. 

1.86 

188.16 

95.464 

48.052 

33.48 

1.50 
44.77 

3.70 
20. 
15. 
11.58 
13.74 
28.42 
26.50 
17.53 
69.146 
50. 
20.40 
19.60 
14.53 
33.343 
42.72 
27.68 
268.20 

9.57 

149.43 

18.50 

5.995 
32. 
63. 
80. 
47.75 
27.5 
73.52 
77.62 
33.439 
12.778 
19.108 

1.929 

33.442 

22.310 

120.638 

45 . 745 



2.836.007 



$ c. 
5,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,650 00 
2,650 00 
2,650 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
1,200 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
4,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 

cash 
2,000 00 
2,500 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 

cash 
3,000 00 
4,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,650 00 
3,250 00 
7,000 00 
8,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,250 00 
4,000 00 
2,500 00 
2,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,500 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 

cash 
4,000 00 
8,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
certificates 
certificates 



265,000 00 

199,620 00 

85,350 00 

66,000 00 

66,540 00 

51,000 00 

53,000 00 

53,000 00 

19,957 15 

125,802 00 

62,000 00 

8,400 00 

151,500 00 

18,740 00 

459,183 00 

262,880 00 

81,112 00 

158,600 00 

137,580 00 

40,000 00 

10,000 00 

376,320 00 

238,660 00 

144,156 00 

66,960 00 

10,000 00 

134,310 00 

14,800 00 

40,000 00 

39,750 00 

37,635 00 

96,180 00 

227,360 00 

53,000 00 

52,590 00 

138,292 00 

100,000 00 

40,800 00 

44,100 00 

58,120 00 

83,357 50 

85,440 00 

110,720 00 

1,072,800 00 

19,140 00 

448,290 00 

55,500 00 

11,990 00 

80,000 00 

126,000 00 

240,000 00 

143,250 00 

55,000 00 

220,560 00 

155,240 00 

66,878 00 

38,334 00 

38,216 00 

5,000 00 

133,768 00 

178,480 00 

241,276 00 

91,490 00 

35,000 00 

50,000 00 



8,074,026 65 



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AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT FINANCE ACT 
R.S.O. 1927, Cap. 67 

Statement Showing Deposits in Province of Ontario Savings Offices and 
Agricultural Loans as at October 31st, 1930 

Deposits in Savings Offices by Public at October 31st, 1930 $ 23,307,118 69 

Agricultural Development Finance Act — Investments — 

Agricultural Development Board — Debentures $ 35,188,000 00 

Less: Repayments to date 4,988,000 00 

$ 30,200,000 00 

Farm Loans Act — Farm Loan Associations 143,535 52 

« u a —Capital Stock in Associations 2,745 00 

$ 30,346,280 52 
Savings Offices — 

Cash on hand and in banks $ 541,061 97 

Accounts receivable 1,800 00 

Fixtures (depreciated value) > 47,299 60 

590,161 57 



$ 30,936,442 09 



ACCOUNTS PAYABLE 

As at October 31st, 1930 

Accounts due by Departments $ 414,003 93 

Bonds matured outstanding 87,800 00 

Dominion of Canada — Common School Fund 4^913 85 

Surplus Registry Office fees— re Land Titles Office 15979 04 



$ 522,696 82 



SPECIAL FUNDS 

As at October 31st, 1930 

Ontario Public Service Superannuation Fund — see page 57 $ 3 186 935 70 

Municipal Sinking Funds — see page 58 1 510 526 17 

Assurance Fund under Land Titles Act . ' ' 235000 00 

Assurance Fund — Toronto Registry Office 18 958 31 

Federal Subsidy for Agriculture — balance unexpended 457 11 

Agricultural Development Finance Act— Reserves: 

Province of Ontario Savings Offices jg5 775 35 

For Farm Loans 371 '*9«; si 

Vimy Ridge Farm— Boys* Trust Fund. ..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.[.'. a/1,0^ 51 

Sundry bequests 1 < 9 7 ^^ 1 9 

Brophy Estate-Estreated ''.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 162 966 94 

Bowmanville School— Gymnasium Fund— Rotary Club— Contributions '.'. 14',710 00 

$ 5,800,699 28 



1929-30 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



57 



PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND 

R.S.O. 1927, Cap. 16, Part III 

As at October 31st, 1930 

Balance at credit of Fund— November 1st, 1929 $2,711,111 55 

Contributions to Fund — 

By Employees $344,697 25 

By Government (Sec. 39) $344,697 25 

Less Refunds (Sec. 36) 30,568 42 

$314,128 83 

For Sheriffs (Sec. 60) 10,317 54 

324,446 37 



Interest — 

On balance to credit of Fund at November 

1st, 1929 $135,557 57 

On Employees' Contributions. $ 7,356 04 
On Government Contributions 7,356 04 



Less interest allowed Govern- 
ment on payments 



$ 14,712 08 
6,594 01 



8,118 07 



143,673 64 



812,817 26 



$3,523,928 81 
Deduct — 

Benefits Paid — 

Allowances to superannuates and beneficiaries $291,650 13 

Lump sum payments, Sees. 34, 35 and 45 9,821 56 

Refunds under Sec. 36 30,568 42 

Interest on refunds and lump sum payments 4,953 00 

336,993 11 

Balance at Credit of Fund at October 31st, 1930 $3,186,935 70 



STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 
November 1st, 1920, to October 31st, 1930 



Year 


Receipts 


Expenditure 


Surplus 


1921 


$ c. 
331,412 32 
406,744 96 
485,151 01 
467,864 22 
466,060 66 
491,070 84 
497,250 65 
696,402 12 
741,378 75 
812,817 26 


$ c. 
62,709 95 
111,728 78 
170,199 39 
199,815 11 
212,319 80 
227,197 06 
255,432 31 
297,711 92 
335,109 66 
336,993 11 


$ c. 
268,702 37 


1922 


295,016 18 


1923 


314,951 62 


1924 

1925 


268,049 11 
253,740 86 


1926 


263,873 78 


1927 


241,818 34 


1928 


398,690 20 
406 269 09 


1929 


1930 


475,824 15 






Total 


5,396,152 79 


2,209,217 09 


3,186,935 70 





58 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



MUNICIPAL SINKING FUNDS 

Municipal Sinking Funds on deposit with the Treasurer of Ontario to 
October 31st, 1930, with interest. (R.S.O. 1927, Cap. 233) 



Municipality 



By-law 



Amount 



Total 



Cities — 
Belleville 



St. Thomas 

Towns — 
Brockville . . 



Bruce Mines. 



Gananoque. 
Gravenhurst 



Ingersoll 
Prescott . 



St. Mary's. 



1,595 
1,637 
1,677 
1,871 
1,980 
2,408 

2,304 



B 784 
B822 



62 
63 



570 

409 
410 
442 
443 
479 
480 



731 

640 
641 
659 
666 
673 
675 
687 
715 
717 
784 



139 
194 
201 
210 
217 
239 
254 
259 
271 
293 
294 
295 
303 
332 
355 



$ c. 
20,380 36 
22,206 50 
21,317 07 
27,215 73 

3,294 81 
20,932 89 



13,841 63 
9,024 37 



2,638 36 
2,638 36 



9,205 90 

12,194 08 

3,666 08 

2,958 12 

1,675 51 

3,677 75 



11,222 34 

2,981 59 

5,251 66 

4,416 24 

2,067 25 

2,248 82 

3,065 90 

1,376 64 

1,849 06 

9,669 52 



3,611 87 

13,081 63 

4,787 87 

14,364 46 

17,717 49 

15,007 07 

2,777 19 

1,310 18 

2,049 99 

14,733 67 

1,194 48 

5,973 41 

4,886 13 

937 19 

1,360 43 



115,347 36 
27,025 58 



22,866 00 

5,276 72 
13,160 03 



33,377 44 
63,686 10 



44,149 02 



103,793 06 



1929-30 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



59 



MUNICIPAL SINKING FUNDS— Continued 



Municipality 


By-law 


Amount 


Total 


Towns — Continued 

Thornbury 


17 (1912) 
17 (1923) 

500 B 

533 B 

547 

548 

564 

582 

8 

100 
114 

688 

348 

404 

586 
604 
619 
637 
649 
672 
677 
692 
693 
708 
754 
755 
788 
837 
854 
855 

928 
959 

737 

766 

824 

875 

889 

904 

905 

909 

912 

918 

924 

946 

961 

967 

993 

994 
1,001 
1,003 
1,029 


$ c. 

11,951 05 

2,268 43 


$ c. 


a 






14,219 48 


Villages — 

Acton 


402 08 
160 89 
142 85 
417 73 
282 88 
54 87 


a 




a 

« 




u 




u 






1,461 30 


Beaverton 

« 


2,121 00 
3,894 73 
7,184 50 


a 






13,200 23 
1,539 12 


Elora 




Glencoe 




1,551 30 


Port Dalhousie 




1,917 83 


Counties — 

Lincoln 


67,464 76 

54,727 36 

55,073 85 

98,518 18 

41,327 10 

28,724 39 

22,218 77 

33,244 00 

24,735 93 

64,849 79 

42,630 19 

10,451 22 

5,761 96 

5,735 52 

2,695 50 

5,320 85 




a 




a 








a 








a 








a 








u 








a 








a 




a 






563,479 37 


Welland 


64,278 11 
36,675 73 


a 






100,953 84 


Townships — 

Barton 


6,809 20 

10,014 23 

33,448 85 

19,196 94 

9,506 47 

318 79 

292 22 

8,171 20 

11,802 84 

24,547 15 

1,078 15 

15,952 15 

4,923 09 

399 80 

3,168 78 

10,339 89 

169 68 

3,987 82 

4,993 47 


a 




a 




u 








a 




u 




a 








a 




a 




a 








u 




a 




a 




a 




a 









60 



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No. 1 



MUNICIPAL SINKING FUNDS— Continued 



Municipality 



By-law 



Amount 



Total 



Townships — Continued 
Barton 



Collingwood 



Pelham. 
Saltfleet 



School Boards — 

Pub. S. S. No. 1— Foleyet . . 
" " 1— Ignace... 
" " 2— Lorrain... 
" " 1— Mclrvine. 
" 1— Wicksteed 
" 4— Calvert . . 



R.C. 



R.C. S.S. No. 10— Gloucester. 

« « « iq a 



12 — Nepean 



Balance standing to credit of Municipal Sinking 
Fund Account at October 31st, 1930 



1,065 
1,066 
1,089 
1,122 
1,129 
1,146 
1,154 
1,219 
1,254 
1,257 
1,294 
1,301 
1,327 
1,342 
1,365 
1,366 
1,369 
1,425 
1,426 
1,427 
1,448 
1,470 
1,471 
1,495 
1,496 
1,518 
1,520 

2 
14 



686 
683 



3 
8 
1 
160 
1 
1 
8 
19 

1 

2 



$ c. 

16,726 36 
3,947 07 
1,313 56 
1,723 46 

13,144 34 
3,316 49 
7,886 57 
4,453 80 

13,817 86 
2,687 64 
4,377 89 
8,752 47 

20,977 37 
1,264 28 

11,712 93 
2,788 00 
1,840 67 
3,032 34 
7,390 15 
3,532 68 
9,771 51 
614 94 
5,272 88 
258 29 
2,750 96 
1,676 67 
1,894 67 



7,046 31 
665 39 
418 35 
247 69 



6,899 06 
3,309 26 

477 52 



1,249 81 
374 15 



$ c. 



326,046 57 



8,377 74 

5,180 86 

901 38 



1,061 86 

9,092 83 

315 12 

8,883 63 

9,571 89 



10,685 84 



1,623 96 
1,780 71 



1,510,526 17 



1929-30 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



61 



EXPENDITURE STATEMENT 
Statement of Expenditure for the Twelve Months Ended October 31st, 1930 



Department 


For 

Details 

See Page 


Ordinary 


Capital 


Total 


Lieutenant-Governor's Office 


A-2 
B-2 
C-2 
D-2 
E-2 
F-2 
G-2 
H-2 
1-2 
J-2 
K-2 
L-2 
M-2 
N-2 
0-2 
P-2 

Q-2 

R-2 
S-2 
T-2 

U-l 


$ c. 
6,350 00 

231.745 02 
371,770 85 

3,106,207 00 

64,172 23 

11,558,179 55 

2,408,332 57 

2,104,834 09 

488.746 46 
558,836 50 
955,657 57 

4,968,625 75 

880,032 42 

3,945,903 01 

1,955 51 

13,905,864 85 

109,466 28 

8,448,205 75 

2,723,778 09 

1,150,689 19 


$ c. 


$ c. 
6,350 00 


Prime Minister's Department 

Legislation 


1,689,164 00 


1,920,909 02 
371,770 85 


Attorney-General's Department 




3,106,207 00 


Insurance Department 




64,172 23 


Education Department 


215,227 79 

1,426,351 80 

5,739,813 50 

1,535 07 

128,709 40 

2,589,017 01 

12,939,786 25 


11,773,407 34 


Lands and Forests Department 

Northern Development Department . 
Mines Department 


3,834,684 37 

7,844,647 59 

490,281 53 


Game and Fisheries Department .... 
Public Works Department 


687,545 90 
3,544,674 58 


Public Highways Department 

Health Department 


17,908,412 00 
880,032 42 


Labour Department 




3,945,903 01 
1,955 51 


Public Welfare Department 




Provincial Treasurer's Department . . 




13,905,864 85 


Provincial Auditor's Office 




109,466 28 


Provincial Secretary's Department . . 
Agriculture Department 


161 00 


8,448,366 75 
2,723,778 09 
1,456,032 45 


General Miscellaneous 


305,343 26 






Public Debt, Loans Advanced, Special 
Fund Repayments, etc 


57,989,352 69 


25,035,109 08 
129,762,303 26 


83,024,461 77 
129,762,303 26 








57,989,352 69 


154,797,412 34 


212,786,765 03 



62 



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No. 1 



Comparative Statement of Expenditure by Departments for the Years 1929 and 1930 



Departments 


Ordinary 


Capital 




1929 


1930 


1929 


1930 


Lieutenant-Governor's Office.. 


$ c. 
7,275 00 


$ c. 
6,350 00 


$ c. 


$ c. 








Prime Minister's Department: 
Main Office and Branches. . 


93,342 08 


111,542 87 






Hydro-Electric Power Corn- 


12,003,737 00 
335,109 66 

1,070,533 00 


15,071,529 00 


Statutory 


13,158 78 


15,216 32 


336,993 11 


Bonuses to Rural Primary 
and Secondary Trans- 
mission Lines 


1,689,164 00 


Special Warrants 


97,643 79 


104,985 S3 




Hydro-Electric Purchase 
of power interests 


2,369,000 00 


1,546,410 00 








Deduct advances to Hydro- 
Electric Power Commis- 
sion and Public Service 
Superannuation Fund 
Payments 


15,778,379 66 
14,707,846 66 


18,644,096 11 
16,954,932 11 








Total 


204,144 65 


231,745 02 


1,070,533 00 


1,689,164 00 




Legislation 


365,133 51 


371,770 85 












Attorney-General's Dept.: 
Main Office 


52,389 15 

153,996 74 

5,330 00 

112,846 48 

706,895 04 

24,218 39 

758,445 75 

29,229 69 

39,234 26 

34,915 40 

175,527 10 

133,747 26 


55,719 47 

151,123 02 

3,618 02 

116,322 47 

907,715 51 

24,240 65 

900,911 58 

30,128 10 

38,889 09 

32,954 46 

129,483 16 

715,101 47 






General 






Commutation of Fees 






Supreme Court 






Law Enforcement 






Toronto and York Crown 
Attorney 






Administration of Justice. . . 






Inspection of Legal Offices.. 






Land Title Office 






Local Masters of Titles .... 






Miscellaneous 






Statutory 












Total 


2,226,775 26 


3,106,207 00 












Insurance Department: 
Salaries, Contingencies, etc. 


62,259 00 


64,172 23 












Education Department: 
Main Office 


82,668 91 

5,027,130 42 

85,019 16 

479,004 57 

94,182 44 

437,834 45 
7,579 74 

112,747 52 


79,792 53 

5,510,600 19 

96,871 16 

480,031 13 

83,565 53 

475,792 77 
7,885 76 

108,796 48 






Public and Separate Schools 
Education 


130 78 


130 78 


Training Schools 


Normal and Model Schools. 






English-French Training 
Schools 






High Schools and Collegiate 
Institutes 






Departmental Museum. . . . 






Public Libraries, Art Schools, 
etc 







1929-30 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



63 



Comparative Statement of Expenditure by Departments for the Years 1929 and 1930 

— Continued 



Departments 


Ordinary 


Capital 




1929 


1930 


1929 


1930 


Education Department: — Con. 
Technical Education 


$ c. 
968,196 18 

25,855 69 
24,851 00 

1,942,349 20 
132,744 25 

92,079 67 

49,453 95 
100,016 34 
552,873 70 

63,600 04 


$ c. 
1,534,936 37 

28,800 28 
22,720 00 

2,057,758 14 
145,416 39 

96,245 20 

45,716 22 

41,243 62 

630,906 41 

111,101 37 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Training College for Tech- 
nical Teachers 






Superannuated Teachers . . . 






Provincial and Other Uni- 
versities 


87,443 80 


149,589 36 


Belleville School for the Deaf 




Brantford School for the 
Blind 






Monteith Northern Aca- 
demy 






Miscellaneous 






Statutory 


65,638 43 


65,788 43 


Special Warrants 










Deduct Redemption of De- 
bentures and J. R. Cooke 
Scholarship 


153,213 01 
130 78 


215,508 57 
280 78 










Total 


10,278,187 23 


11,558,179 55 


153,082 23 


215,227 79 






Lands and Forests Dept.: 
Main Office and Branches. . 


188,004 57 

449,349 82 

1,502,921 68 

29,633 25 

9,903 41 

37 50 


158,466 82 

387,562 95 

1,791,687 37 

50,415 54 

13,271 94 

6,927 95 






Miscellaneous 


409,942 97 

686,598 64 

122,058 55 

652 19 

6,512 88 


299,623 66 

959,804 44 

144,059 55 

678 26 


Forestry Branch 


Surveys Branch 


Statutory 


Special Warrants 


22,185 89 




Total 


2,179,850 23 


2,408,332 57 


1,225,765 23 


1,426,351 80 




Northern Development Dept:. 

Colonization Roads, Salaries 

and Contingencies 


9,918 33 

162,411 58 

1,729,776 18 

1,504 75 


10,828 97 

236,158 71 

1,854,882 30 

2,964 11 






Colonization Roads, Miscel- 
laneous 

Statutory, Roads, etc 

Special Warrants 


243,153 33 
3,342,029 21 


353,639 09 
5,453,624 41 








Deduct Loans to Settlers, 
Creameries, etc 


3,585,182 54 
66,355 00 


5,807,263 50 
67,450 00 








Total 


1,903,610 84 


2,104,834 09 


3,518,827 54 


5,739,813 50 




Mines Department: 

Main Office and Branches. . 


194,520 74 

158,620 42 

1,269 70 


193,277 44 
284,824 33 






Miscellaneous 


5,376 61 


1,535 07 


Statutory 


Special Warrants 














Total 


364,686 86 


488,746 46 


5,376 61 


1 535 07 







64 



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No. 1 



Comparative Statement of Expenditure by Departments for the Years 1929 and 1930 

— Continued 



Departments 


Ordinary 


Capital 




1929 


1930 


1929 


1930 


Game and Fisheries Dept.: 
Main Office and Biological 
and Fish Culture Branch. 
General 


$ c. 

226,189 60 

296,916 43 

450 00 


$ c. 

233,190 45 
325,646 05 


$ c. 
84,279 92 


$ c. 
128,709 40 


Statutory 










Total 


523,556 03 


558,836 50 


84,279 92 


128,709 40 




Public Works Department: 
Main Office 


82,679 44 

785,304 25 

43,761 69 


81,440 69 
805,954 79 

44,770 51 
3,528 44 
9,999 96 
9,963 18 






Maintenance and Repairs. . 
Public Works and Bridges. . 
Public Buildings 


4,516 17 

203,155 76 

923,076 65 

60,478 00 

2,490 50 


"l96,298'94 

2,324,189 81 

61,368 00 

7,160 26 


Statutory 


8,000 00 


Special Warrants 






Total 


919,745 38 


955,657 57 


1,193,717 08 


2,589,017 01 




Public Highways Department: 
Main Office 


243,586 90 

41,370 32 

126,233 95 

217,628 51 

4,184,378 03 

42,655 67 


264,221 36 

44,243 61 

181,365 15 

169,257 75 

4,259,735 36 

49,802 52 


26,249 33 
2,921 41 


30,170 62 
2,852 54 


Miscellaneous 


Motor Vehicles Branch .... 


Miscellaneous 


1,788 38 
14,611,278 65 




Statutory 


12,906,763 09 


Special Warrants 








Total 


4,855,853 3S 


4,968,625 75 


14,642,237 77 


12,939,786 25 




Health Department: 

Main Office and Branches. . 


750,098 24 

9,190 75 

487 91 


866,857 42 
13,175 00 






Statutory 






Special Warrants 














Total 


759,776 90 


880,032 42 












Labour Department: 

Main Office and Branches. . 


396,581 88 
5,999 70 

2,384,782 53 


420,510 12 
7,320 41 

1,368,368 22 

2,120,638 43 

4,846 92 

24,218 91 






Miscellaneous 






Mother's Allowances Com- 
mission 




37,879 76 
829,776 88 


Old Age Pensions 




Statutory 


14,406 10 
1,500 00 




Special Warrants 












Deduct Mothers' Allowances 
and Old Age Pensions .... 


867,656 64 
867,656 64 










Total 


2,803,270 21 


3,945,903 01 












Public Welfare Department: 
Statutory 




1,350 00 
605 51 






Special Warrants 
















Total 




1,955 51 







1929-30 



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65 



Comparative Statement of Expenditure by Departments for the Years 1929 and 1930 

— Continued 



Departments 


Ordinary 


Capital 




1929 


1930 


1929 


1930 


Provincial Treasurer's Dept.: 
Main Office and Branches. . 


$ c. 

487,845 02 

1,519,162 18 

2,500 00 


$ c. 

531,382 87 

1,381,864 25 


$ c. 


$ c. 
100 00 


Statutory 


2,900,069 64 
3,350,000 00 


1,595,790 73 




5,950,000 00 








Public Debt Charges 


2,009,507 20 
21,448,105 57 


1,913,247 12 
11,992,617 73 


6,250,069 64 
101,165,969 77 


7,545,890 73 
104,244,894 04 


Deduct Public Debt Maturi- 
ties, Loans Advanced and 
Repayments on Account 
of Special Funds, etc 


23,457,612 77 


13,905,864 85 


107,416,039 41 
107,416,039 41 


111,790,784 77 
111,790,784 77 










Total 


23,457,612 77 


13,905,864 85 












Provincial Auditor's Office: 
Salaries and Contingencies.. 
Statutory (Auditor's Salary) 


93,321 45 
6,000 00 


102,966 28 
6,500 00 














Total 


99,321 45 


109,466 28 












Provincial Secretary's Dept.: 
Main Office and Branches. . 


369,497 87 
164,388 31 

1,696,462 35 

5,421,348 76 

10,586 26 

402 33 


405,125 70 
190,056 64 

1,801,743 09 

6,009,819 28 

16,461 04 

25,000 00 






Public Institutions Branch. . 






Hospitals and Charities 
Branch 






Public Institutions 


2,681 41 




Statutory 




Special Warrants 




161 00 








Total 


7,662,685 88 


8,448,205 75 


2,681 41 


161 00 


Agriculture Department: 
Main Office, etc 


29,376 99 

208,385 34 
209,229 12 
82,753 82 
236,023 83 
107,809 94 

389,738 56 

14,168 44 

131,976 18 

181,408 60 

80,664 83 
45,776 67 

29,400 93 

29,893 11 

780,057 76 

48,825 05 

8,000 00 

32,011 18 


30,381 99 

234,151 70 
215,478 54 
87,422 89 
220,992 64 
114,301 50 

423,916 09 

51,458 26 






Agricultural and Horticul- 
tural Societies Branch . . . 






Live Stock Branch 






Institutes Branch 






Dairy Branch 






Fruit Branch 






Agricultural Representatives 
Branch 






Crops, Co-operation and 
Markets Branch 






Agricultural Development 
Board 






Colonization and Immigra- 
tion Branch 


203,053 89 

83,941 41 
49,201 47 

30,730 54 

30,924 77 
839,484 07 
70,781 95 
10,000 00 
27,556 38 






Kemptville Agricultural 
School 






Ontario Veterinary College. 






Western Ontario Experi- 
mental Farm, Ridgetown. 






Demonstration Farms, 
Northern Ontario 






Ontario Agricultural College 






Miscellaneous 






Statutory 






Special Warrants 












Total 


2,645,500 35 


2,723,778 09 








66 



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No. 1 



Comparative Statement of Expenditure by Departments for the Years 1929 and 1930 

— Continued 



Departments 


Ordinary 


Capital 




1929 


1930 


1929 


1930 


General Miscellaneous: 

Miscellaneous 


$ c. 

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2,933 90 

223,600 00 


$ c. 

359,643 57 

3,657 32 

787,388 30 


$ c. 
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$ c. 
81,863 62 


Statutory . 




Special Warrants 


35,000 00 


304,678 60 






Deduct Surplus Registry 
Office Fees and Boys' 
Trust Fund, Vimy Ridge 
Farm. . 


89,053 17 
53,780 21 


386,542 22 
81,198 96 










Total 


559,050 39 


1,150,689 19 


35,272 96 


305,343 26 






Government Stationery Ac- 
count. . 


28,528 93 
















Grand Total, excluding 
Part U 


61,906,824 25 


57,989,352 69 


21,931,773 75 


25,035,109 08 






Public Debt, Loans Advanced, 
Special Fund Repayments, 
etc 






122,244,152 06 


129,762,303 26 










Grand Total 


61,906,824 25 


57,989,352 69 


144,175,925 81 


154,797,412 34 







EXPENDITURE 

IN DETAIL BY 

DEPARTMENTS 



PART A 



LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR'S OFFICE 



FISCAL YEAR, 1929-30 



GENERAL INDEX AT BACK OF BOOK 



A2 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



PART A— LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR'S OFFICE 

Statement of Expenditure Showing Amounts Expended, Unexpended and Overexpended for the 
Twelve Months Ended October 31st, 1930 



Lieutenant-Governor's 


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Treas. Bd. 


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Capital 


Minute 


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2,050 00 


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2,050 00 


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Total, Lieutenant- 
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LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR'S OFFICE 

Salaries ($4,300.00) 

Col. Alexander Fraser Official Secretary 12 months 

Capt. Eric Haldenby Assistant Secretary 12 " 

Marjory P. Johnson Secretarial Stenographer 12 " 

Thos. Lymer Steward 12 " 

Contingencies ($2,050.00) 

His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor, allowance 



1,400 00 
600 00 

1,500 00 
800 00 



2,050 00 



Total Expenditure, Lieutenant-Governor's Office $6,350 



PART B 



DEPARTMENT 



OF THE 



PRIME MINISTER 



FISCAL YEAR 1929-30 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGB 

Prime Minister's Office 6 

Civil Service Commissioner's Office 7 

King's Printer's Office 7 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission 8 

Statutory: 

Ontario Public Service Superannuation Act 8 

Bonuses to Rural Transmission Lines 18 

Special Warrants 18 

Summary 5 



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DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER 

Hon. G. H. Ferguson, Premier and President of the Council (statutory) $14,000.00 

PRIME MINISTER'S OFFICE 

Salaries ($15,024.91) 

Horace Wallis Deputy Minister 12 months 5,200 00 

Geo. Grant Secretary 12 " 3,600 00 

R. P. Ferguson Assistant Secretary 12 " 1,900 00 

Chas. Chase Confidential Messenger to Prime Minister . . 12 " 1 ,850 00 

N. Harrison Senior Clerk Stenographer 10^ " 1,224 91 

A. Langstaff " " " 12 " 1,250 00 

Entertainment of Distinguished Visitors ($2,955.75) 
Receptions: 

British Headmasters. — Gray Coach Lines, Ltd., transportation, 90.00; E. Long- 

staffe, catering, 144.00 234 00 

Chamber of Commerce. — Hart House, banquet, 787.00; H. Shepherd, orchestra, 

58.00 845 00 

Rt. Hon. Ramsay MacDonald— Royal York Hotel, banquet 1,800 00 

New Zealand Delegates. — E. Longstaffe, catering 76 75 

Sundry Investigations ($7,016.05) 

Alberta Coal Transportation. — Clarkson, Gordon, Dil worth, Guilfoyle & Nash, 
services and expenses, 996.93; J. Earl Lawson, services and expenses, 3,719.12; 
G. H. Parker, services and expenses, 2,300.00 7,016 05 

Contingencies ($13,094.31) 

Temporary Services. — Fred R. Batchelor, office boy at 43.75 per mo., 262.50; H. 
Brown, office boy at 62.50 per mo., 375.00; C. C. Hele, general secretary at 4,000.00 
per annum, 4,000.00; Gerard S. Huston, junior clerk messenger at 43.75 per mo., 
109.35; M. E. Robertson, clerk at 95.83 per mo., 479.15; John Young, junior 
clerk messenger at 62.50 per mo., 750.00 5,976 00 

Travelling Expenses.— Hon. G. H. Ferguson, 2,000.00; G. Grant, 271.90; C. C. 

Hele, 170.43; Hon. F. T. Smye, 70.00 2,512 33 

Miscellaneous. — Angus-Mack Co., maps, 14.50; Can. Facts Pub. Co., copies, 46.25; 
Can. Gazetteer Pub. Co., book, 25.00; Dept. of Public Highways, auto service, 
2.81; Dictating Products Corp., relettering, 1.50; Houston's Standard Publica- 
tions, financial review, 15.00; McCann & Alexander, inspections, 8.00; King's 
Printer, 3,119.09; Rapid Grip, Ltd., enlargements, 85.93; Remington Typewriters, 
Ltd., inspections, 5.00; Roy Studio, glossy prints, 48.00; Toronto Society Blue 
Book, subscription, 15.00; W. Tyrrell & Co., almanac, 3.00; United Typewriter 
Co., Ltd., inspections and repairs, 115.44; A. E. Venables, engrossing, 10.00. 
Sundries — car tickets, 63.00; express, .30; newspapers and periodicals, 236.50; 
telegrams, 791.66 4,605 98 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OFFICE 

Salaries ($10,625.00) 

C. F. Bulmer Clerk of the Executive Council 12 

H. A. Stewart Senior Clerk 12 

I. V. Leaman Clerk Stenographer 12 

K. A. Murray " " 12 

L. G. Dewsbury Secretary to Minister without Portfolio 12 

PUBLICITY AND INFORMATION BUREAU 

Salaries ($3,700.00) 

L. B. Jackes Photographer 12 months 2,400 00 

R. E. Houston Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,300 00 

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CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE 

Salaries ($14,550.00) 

J. M. McCutcheon Commissioner 12 months 6,000 00 

F. V. Glenney Secretary 12 " 2,000 00 

Reita Woltz Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,300 00 

R. M. Shier Junior Clerk 12 " 1,300 00 

R. B. Minto Clerk Typist 11 " 1,100 00 

Colena M. Harper Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 12 " 1,125 00 

Gladys I. Murray " " " 1 12 " 1,050 00 

Constance A. Lawrie " " " 1 9 " 675 00 

Contingencies ($2,393.97) 

Temporary Services. — Isobel J. Downey, clerk stenographer at 68.75 per mo., 
309.38; Asta Larsen, clerk stenographer at 68.75 per mo., 825.00; Constance W. 
Lawrie, clerk stenographer at 68.75 per mo., 206.2$; Helen C. Luscombe, clerk 

at 62.50 per mo., 39.35 1,379 98 

Travelling Expenses.— J. M. McCutcheon 259 35 

Miscellaneous. — King's Printer, 633.04; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., inspections 

and rentals, 121.00. Sundries — telegrams, .60 754 64 



H. H. Ball 



R. B. Magill Assistant King's Printer. 

T. W. Heron Principal Clerk 

T. E. Bowman " " 

Chas. J. F. Price Senior Clerk 

W.F.Caldwell " " 



KING'S PRINTER'S OFFICE 

Salaries ($26,755.05) 
King's Printer 9 months 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

A. Whelan Accountant, Group 4 12 

H. Petley Secretarial Stenographer 12 

P. D. Shea Clerk, Group 1 12 

P. L. Chandler " " 1 12 

F. W. Sprague Clerk 12 

J. J. Fogg Junior Clerk, Group 3 12 

F. P. Dunn Senior Clerk Stenographer 9 

R. Edwards Junior Clerk Stenographer 12 

Dorothy McWatters Clerk Typist, Group 2 12 

J.N.Lea Stock Clerk, " 2 12 

R. McDowell « " " 3 6 

H. F. Brown " " " 3 6 



2,625 08 

2,500 00 

2,300 00 

2,300 00 

1,975 00 

1,775 00 

1,800 00 

1,700 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

1,125 00 

881 25 

1,013 78 

881 25 

975 00 

1,300 00 

391 19 

412 50 



Salaries not otherwise provided for (Statutory) $487.50) 
L. E. Church Clerk Typist 6 months 487 50 

Contingencies ($8,134.39) 

Temporary Services. — L. E. Church, clerk typist at 75.00 per mo., 450.00; H. 

Knowles, clerk typist at 62.50 per mo., 382.20 832 20 

Miscellaneous. — T. E. Bowman, allowance for use of auto, 200.00; Burroughs 
Adding Machine Co., Ltd., inspections, 25.30; F. Halls Paper Co., Ltd., storage of 
paper, 1,081.93; Inspector of Weights and Measures, inspection charges, 2.00; 
King's Printer, 2,210.24; McCann & Alexander, inspections, 8.00; A. P. Reed, 
stocktaking, 500.00; Remington Typewriters, Ltd., inspections, 46.00; Thomas 
& Carney, inspections, 40.00; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., inspections, 74.00; 
H. Wallis, services as acting King's Printer, 2,500.00. Sundries — car tickets, 
9.00; cartage, 1.25; express, 577.44; freight, 9.16; newspapers and periodicals, 
13.50; telegrams, 4.37 7,302 19 

Cartage of Departmental Stationery ($1,163.50) 
John Hill, cartage 1,163 50 

Cost of Official Gazette ($6,129.94) 
King's Printer 6,129 94 

Main Office and Branches $111,542.87 

Carried forward 1 1 1,542 87 



B8 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 11,542 87 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission. — Advances under various appropriations (see 

statement, pages 2 to 5) 15,071,529 00 

STATUTORY 

Prime Minister's salary (see page B 6) 14,000 00 

Salaries not otherwise provided for (see page B 7) 487 50 

ONTARIO PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION ACT 

R.S.O. 1927, Chap. 16, Part III 

Administration Expenses of the Board ($728.82) 

Members of Board Attending Meetings. — F. H. Greenlaw, 120.00; M. MacVicar, 

75.00; S. L. Squire, 90.00 285 00 

Travelling Expenses.— L. H. Irving, 2.25; J. M. McCutcheon, 14.65; S. L. Squire, 1.75 18 65 

Miscellaneous.— King's Printer, 421.89; telegrams, 3.28 425 17 

Allowances, Lump Sum Payments and Refunds ($336,993.11) 

Allowances ($291,650.13): 

Prime Minister's Department: 

Capreol, J. Lonsdale. . . Clerk Executive Council 1,897 00 

Attorney-General's Department: 

♦Alcorn, G. O Assistant Master, Osgoode Hall 591 78 

Ayearst, John A Chief Provincial Inspector 2,000 00 

Buchan, Mary G Clerk, Osgoode Hall 600 00 

Campbell, George License Inspector 341 77 

♦Connolly, John " " 557 43 

Corey, T. Fred Manager, Dispensaries 1,500 00 

Dawson, Thos Sheriff, Frontenac 1,131.67 

*Dowd, John R Constable, Provincial Police 21 42 

Enright, John C License Inspector 900 00 

Foster, Edward P Clerk, Control Board 950 00 

Gausby, John D Assistant Registrar, Osgoode Hall 1,500 00 

Gordon, James W License Inspector 1,150 00 

Gray, Wm. Geo Watchman, Control Board 700 00 

Greer, Wm. D Inspector, Provincial Police 1,800 00 

Hawley, George D Sheriff, Lennox and Addington 990 94 

Holmes, Geo. Watson. . . . Master of Titles 504 11 

*Kelly, Jos. P Constable, Provincial Police 305 11 

King, Jno. W License Inspector 800 00 

Lee, Geo. M Registrar, Osgoode Hall 1,570 62 

Mackenzie, Daniel License Inspector 800 00 

Magwood, Thos Sheriff, Perth County 1,431 69 

MacTavish, William Clerk, Osgoode Hall 1,160 00 

MacLaurin, Eugene A . . Auditor, Criminal Justice 1,820 00 

Macqueen, Fred W Assistant, Inspector Division Courts. . . . 1,000 00 

Mains, Wm. H Constable, Provincial Police 1,218 32 

*McCammon, J. A Sheriff, Leeds and Grenville 828 90 

McDonald, J. B Inspector of Division Courts 1,410 00 

McElwain, Samuel C. . . .Constable, Provincial Police 520 95 

Mclntyre, D. M Chairman, Ontario Railway Board 2,000 00 

McNamara, Michael . . . .Sergeant, Provincial Police 480 01 

Mowat, Joseph F Financial Officer, License Commissioners 2,000 00 

♦Oliver, E. W Usher, Osgoode Hall 687 50 

Reade, Alice Mary Clerk, Osgoode Hall 138 63 

Reynolds, Robert G Sheriff, Huron 1,507 13 

Rogers, Joseph E Supt., Provincial Police 2,000 00 

Saunders, E Solicitor, O.TA 2,000 00 

Shaver, Walter License Inspector 650 00 

♦Smith, Geo. T " Commissioner 1,238 36 

Snider, Wm. K " Inspector 1,150 00 

Stewart, Joseph Constable, Provincial Police 314 38 

Stokes, John License Inspector 550 00 

Swinnerton, Robt. W Clerk, Fire Marshal 235 89 



♦Deceased. Carried forward 15,198,288 19 



1929-30 PRIME MINISTER'S DEPARTMENT B_9 

Brought forward 15,198,288 19 

Ontario Public Service Superannuation Act — Continued 

Allowances — Continued 

Attorney-General's Department — Continued 

Thornbury, Wm License Inspector 800 00 

Vincer, Wm " " 750 00 

Vrooman, Dr. Adam E. . .Sheriff, Victoria 900 00 

Wheeler, J. Mel Provincial Officer 212 49 

White, Joseph M License Inspector. 750 00 

Whiting, T. A. B Stenographer, Insurance 281 13 

Education Department: 

Balis, Mrs. Sylvia Teacher, School for Deaf 750 00 

Beal, Arthur W Special Lecturer 456 25 

Boasi, John S Gardener, Normal School, Toronto 589 82 

Brown, Edith J Clerk Stenographer 1 77 09 

Brown, T. A Instructor, Normal School, Ottawa 1,495 52 

Bryce, Rueben J Clerk 170 47 

Caulfield, May K Teacher, Normal School, Toronto 1,236 66 

Clark, John Caretaker, Normal School, North Bay . . . 583 01 

Coleman, Daniel R Teacher, School for Deaf 854 67 

Dearness, John Principal, Normal School, London 2,000 00 

Dennis, Eulalie Clerk 606 75 

*Fayle, Vincent P Clerk, Library 28 93 

Fletcher, Mary Supervisor, School for Deaf 321 80 

Fleury, J. M Master, Normal School, Ottawa 1,411 78 

Goggin, David J Historiographer 1,880 00 

Haycock, Laura Teacher, School for the Blind 617 02 

Houston, John A Inspector 2,000 00 

Jeffers, Wm. W Clerk 1,140 00 

Johnson, Geo. N Carpenter, School for the Blind 575 00 

Knox, Mrs. Emma Janitress, Normal School, Toronto 416 50 

Lemon, Wm Clerk 712 60 

Lewis, Chas. F Fireman, School for the Blind 592 00 

Lyons, Gertrude Clerk 312 32 

May, Samuel " 780 00 

McCreight, Jas Engineer, Normal School, North Bay. . . 525 00 

McGee, Mrs. Bertha Clerk 257 29 

Molesworth, Eva " 500 00 

Murphy, Edward P Watchman, Normal School, Ottawa 716 67 

Park, Henry G Master, Normal School, Peterborough. . . 1,919 00 

*Paull, Arthur C Principal Clerk 1,280 00 

Pearse, J. W Bursar, School for the Deaf 993 00 

Simpson, Mrs. Bella Janitress, Normal School, Toronto 498 68 

Sinclair, Dr. Samuel B. . .Inspector of Auxiliary Classes 2,000 00 

Smith, Robert Janitor, Normal School, Toronto 600 00 

Stevenson, Andrew Master, Normal School, London 1,800 00 

Stewart, M. E Matron, School for the Blind 349 12 

Thompson, Charles Wm. . Clerk 167 12 

Wetherell, Jas. E Editor of Text Books 2,000 00 

Willoughby, Elizabeth A. . Matron, School for the Deaf 404 14 

Lands and Forests: 

Axford, Wm. T Clerk, Colonization Roads 550 00 

Bartlett, G. W Superintendent, Algonquin Park 900 00 

Benn, A. F Ranger, Algonquin Park 550 00 

Brown, James B Crown Lands Agent 418 24 

Carrell, William Clerk, Patents Branch 658 82 

Chambers, Bessie L. N.. .Clerk, Solicitor's Branch 211 78 

Dontigny, E Ranger, Algonquin Park 550 00 

Gardener, Herbert " Rondeau Park 615 02 

Godda, George " Algonquin Park 550 00 

Gordon, Robert Clerk, Accounts Branch 544 18 

Johnston, H. E " Military Grants 950 00 

Lucas, Francis A Senior Clerk 546 08 

Murphy, J.J Clerk 1,380 00 

Niven, F. J Secretary to Minister 1,680 82 

*Deceased. 

Brought forward 15,198,288 19 



B 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 15,198,288 19 

Ontario Public Service Superannuation Act — Continued 
Allowances — Continued 

Lands and Forests — Continued 

Piatt, Samuel A Senior Clerk 127 35 

Ranger, A Ranger, Algonquin Park 550 00 

♦Sawyer, Jas. N " " 134 1 1 

Trivett, Walter F Principal Clerk 1,205 20 

Watson, Thomas P Homestead Inspector 619 40 

Wattie, Thomas D Ranger, Algonquin Park 374 00 

Mines Department: 

Campbell, Colin A Mining Recorder 663 23 

Fisher, Richard D Clerk 1,100 00 

Morgan, James W Mining Recorder 346 00 

Game and Fisheries Department: 

Burt, Dr. Wm Warden 500 00 

♦Johnson, H Overseer 14 79 

McCartney, Wm. H Clerk 321 99 

♦McGuire, John Overseer 120 00 

Phillips, John H Inspector 587 97 

York, Joseph Overseer 346 88 

[ Public Works Department: 

Bowman, Wm. D Constable, Queen Victoria Park 480 00 

Bremner, Helen Charwoman 360 00 

Cuff, A. B Messenger 343 80 

Davies, Mary A Charwoman 1 19 26 

Doran, M " 135 39 

Dunlop. Jas. C Cleaner Helper 650 00 

Fairbairn, R. P Deputy Minister 2,000 00 

Griffith, Richard J Assistant Engineer 900 00 

Heyden, John J Plumber 1,197 50 

MacKenzie, Mary Charwoman 163 92 

McNaughton, H. F Secretary 1,100 00 

McNulty, Mrs. Mary A. .Charwoman 411 91 

Newton, M " 344 45 

Nolan, M.I Clerk Stenographer 533 94 

O'Donnell, M. Accountant 925 00 

Osborne, Eliza Charwoman 195 34 

Phair, Edward Watchman 700 00 

Reid, M.J Charwoman 330 00 

Ryves, Thomas G Clerk of Works 1,000 00 

Skill, Emma Charwoman 139 80 

♦Smith, Geo Elevator Attendant, Osgoode Hall 274 19 

Smith, Mary Charwoman 273 90 

♦Williams, Christopher.. . Caretaker, Queen Victoria Park 108 74 

Highways Department: 

Armstrong, Harry W. D. Draughtsman 950 00 

McLean, Wm. A Deputy Minister 2,000 00 

Health Department: 

♦Clinton, Dr. George District Officer of Health 806 85 

Wanless, Geo. J Clerk 620 47 

♦Carlyle, M Factory Inspectress 88 57 

Edgar, Robert Clerk, Employment Bureau 1,000 00 

Reddick, Mrs. Annie B . . Factory Inspectress 653 89 

Tutt, Henry J Factory Inspector 1,000 00 

Provincial Treasurer's Department: 

Beck, Joseph Postmaster 1,050 00 

Clarke, Joseph M Tax Inspector 965 84 

Sproule, C. H Assistant Treasurer 2,000 00 

♦Deceased. 

Carried forward 15,198,288 19 



1929-30 PRIME MINISTER'S DEPARTMENT B 11 

Brought forward 15,198,288 19 

Ontario Public Service Superannuation Act — Continued 
Allowances — Continued 

Provincial Secretary's Department: 

Aikens, J Nurse, Hospital, Hamilton 518 00 

Anthony, James Carpenter, Hospital, Toronto 720 00 

Barnes, Wm Fireman, " Brockville 266 69 

Barry, J.J Gardener, " Toronto 520 00 

Beemer, Dr. Nelson H. . .Supt., " Mimico 2,000 00 

Bolton, Robt Gaoler, Fort Francis 633 00 

Black, Samuel Attendant, Hospital, Toronto 720 00 

Brewster, Jas Gardener, Cobourg 462 50 

Cameron, J. Arthur Farm Hand, " Woodstock 145 53 

Carr, Wm Gardener, " Penetanguishene.. . 583 40 

Carson, John Attendant, " Whitby 900 00 

Carter, Wm. A Attendant, " London 282 02 

Cheatle, Emily J Supervisor, Brockville 660 00 

Clancy, Mary Laundress, Toronto 510 00 

Clark, Christopher Supervisor, Toronto 720 00 

Clark, Nicholas J Clerk, Bureau of Municipal Affairs 1,140 00 

Collins, Mary Seamstress, Hospital, Brockville 510 00 

Crawford, Joseph P Attendant, Penetanguishene. . 201 37 

Crews, E Maid, " London 184 88 

Cronkite, Stephen Gaoler, Gore Bay 458 00 

Daly, John Mason, Hospital, Toronto 591 67 

Derry, Hugh Mason, " Kingston 700 00 

Duval, Amos Gardener, " London 600 00 

Dyer, Esther Matron, " Orillia 608 92 

Elliott, Mary Ann Laundress, " Toronto 510 00 

Elliott, Nicholas Farmer, " Hamilton 720 00 

Edgar, Geo. W Steward, " Toronto 1,500 00 

Edgar, Wm. T Painter, " Kingston 360 09 

Emery, Wyatt Guard, Brick and Tile Plant 541 87 

Evans, T Attendant, Hospital, Kingston 417 60 

Ferguson, Robt Supervisor, Brockville 267 42 

Ferguson, Wm Attendant, Brockville 841 56 

Foley, Jas. J Painter, Toronto 381 10 

Forster, Dr. J. M Supt., " Whitby 2,000 00 

Fulton, John Attendant, Whitby 329 79 

Gale, John Farmer, London 600 00 

Gibson, Jean R Matron, " Brockville 780 00 

Gillespie, J Mason, " Kingston 568 60 

Goodman, Harry Robt.. .Electrician, Hamilton 91 95 

Harding, Robert F Attendant, Brockville 462 50 

Hart, Joseph Attendant, Penetanguishene.. . 562 50 

Harvie, Alex Mason, " Orillia 840 00 

Halbaus, Julius A Attendant, " Hamilton 840 00 

Hewett, Emma Maid, " Toronto 205 32 

Hoag, Irene L Clerk 67 20 

Hodgins, Chas. C Bursar, Hospital, Kingston 1,250 00 

Hollidge, James T Carpenter, " Toronto 420 72 

♦Holmes, Jno Attendant, " Orillia 164 90 

Hone, W. J Attendant, " Orillia 550 00 

Howatt, Alexander Supervisor, " Whitby 626 99 

Irvine, Mrs. Elizabeth . . . Maid, " Toronto 233 86 

Jamieson, Alexander Carpenter, " Orillia 900 00 

♦James, Wm Turnkey, Sault Ste. Marie 254 79 

Jenkinson, Edwin Clerk 1,020 00 

Jones, C. G Supervisor, Industrial Farm, Ft. William 357 16 

Keen, Frederick W Attendant, Hospital, Toronto 360 37 

Kehoe, Hattie Attendant, Mercer Reformatory 206 50 

Kelly, J Engineer, Mercer Reformatory 752 80 

Kilderhouse, Mrs. Annie . Laundress, Hospital, Orillia 559 64 

Kilpatrick, Hugh Baker, Hospital, Orillia 780 00 

Laing, John R Fireman, Mercer Reformatory 534 15 

Lambert, John A Asst. Engineer, Hospital, Kingston 758 02 

Livingston, Wm. W Farm Hand, " Penetanguishene 252 05 

Loft, Frederick O Clerk, " Toronto 720 00 



'Deceased. Carried forward 15,198,288 19 



B 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Brought forward 15,198,288 19 

Ontario Public Service Superannuation Act — Continued 
Allowances — Continued 



Provincial Secretary's Department — Continued 



Hospital, 



Hamilton 
Kingston . 
Mimico. . 
Orillia . . . 
Orillia.. . 
Toronto . 
Kingston 
Cobourg . 
Toronto . 
London . . 
Cobourg . 
Toronto . 
Whitby 



Marshall, A Fireman, 

Marsh, Wm. J Attendant, 

Matheson, Samuel Gardener, 

McArthur, F Nurse, 

McBeth, Jane Maid, 

McCammon, Robert Baker, 

McCammon, Thos. W. . Baker, 

McDonough, J Baker 

McDonnell, Joseph O Fireman, 

McDougall, John Supervisor, 

McGaw, A Nurse, 

Mclver, Archibald Laundryman, 

McKay, John Attendant, 

McKay, P. T Superintendent, Ontario Reformatory 

McKenzie, Thomas Bursar, Mercer Reformatory 

McLachlan, J. B Clerk 

McMahon, C Cook, Hospital, Orillia 

McMillan, John Attendant, " Penetanguishene 

McNamara, Mary Matron, " Toronto 

McPhail, L. L Caretaker, Court House, Kenora 

McReynolds, Thos. G. . .Supervisor, Hospital, Orillia 

McWilliams, Annie Seamstress, " Toronto 

Muir, James Guard, Brick and Tile Plant, Mimico. . . 

Milroy, Mary Seamstress, Hospital, Brockville 

Mulrenin, M Supervisor, " Cobourg 

Munn, John W Farmer, " London 

Noble, J. E Stationary Engineer, Hospital, Kingston. 

O'Loughlin, M Tailoress, Hospital, London 

O'Sullivan, Mrs. Emma. .Superintendent, Mercer Reformatory. . . 

Parkhill, Clara A Seamstress, Hospital, Orillia 

Patterson, Thos Farmer, " Mimico 

Penfold, M. A Matron, Port Arthur Gaol 

Pile, J. A Guard, Brick and Tile Plant, Mimico. . . 

Purchase, Richard S Gardener, Hospital, Woodstock 

Quinn, Francis W Storekeeper, Hospital, Hamilton 

Rankin, Annie C Housekeeper, Mercer Reformatory 

Redick, Agnes Tailoress, Hospital, Mimico 

Reid, N Carpenter, " Hamilton 

Reilly, Janie Nurse, " Toronto 

Roberts, Samuel A Painter, " London 

Robertson, H Matron, " Hamilton 

Rodger, D Clerk, " London 

Ross, Hugh Farmer, " Whitby 

*Ross, J. H Engineer, " Brockville 

Ruttan, Jacob W Attendant, " Mimico 

Ryan, S Nurse, " Cobourg 

Scott, Wm Laundryman, " Hamilton 

Scott, Alice M Laundress, " London 

Selzer, Jennie Maid, " Toronto 

See, George Turnkey, Sault Ste. Marie Gaol 



Sharpe, James W Auditor, Bureau of Municipal Affairs 

Sessons, Sarah Seamstress, Mercer Reformatory 

Sissons, Andrew H Attendant, Hospital, Orillia 

Smith, E Cook, " 

Smith, Geo. H Fireman, Hospital, 

Smyth, M.J Supervisor, " 

Snyder, Mary E Head Nurse, " 

Stewart, Charlotte Supervisor, " 

Stewart, G Turnkey, Parry Sound Gaol . . 

Stewart, Rankin Laundryman, Hospital, Orillia 

Strachan, Neil Clerk 

Strickland, W. P Gardener, Hospital, Toronto. . 



Brockville 

Penetanguishene. 

London 

Cobourg 

Hamilton 



'Deceased. 



530 


97 


610 


00 


780 00 


555 


00 


360 


00 


780 


00 


720 


00 


593 


17 


515 


28 


600 


00 


206 00 


720 00 


288 


71 


748 05 


443 


84 


1,050 


00 


348 


00 


550 


00 


720 00 


450 


00 


720 00 


555 


00 


25 


30 


160 


18 


241 


93 


627 


78 


695 


16 


352 


00 


1,390 


54 


465 


00 


840 


00 


180 


00 


780 00 


467 


00 


570 


55 


240 


00 


563 


59 


633 


50 


337 


51 


600 00 


402 


51 


763 


80 


660 


00 


192 


62 


900 


00 


246 


65 


720 00 


471 


66 


229 


76 


450 


00 


1,300 


00 


450 


00 


900 


00 


298 


49 


273 


53 


360 


00 


669 


71 


468 


74 


456 


25 


745 


00 


700 00 


705 


60 




. .15.198.288 19 



1929-30 



PRIME MINISTER'S DEPARTMENT 



B 13 



Brought forward 15,198,288 19 



Ontario Public Service Superannuation Act — Continued 
Allowances — Continued 



Provincial Secretary's Department — Continued 

Tallman, W. H Bursar, Hospital, 

Topping, Arthur Attendant, " 

Tunnah, Agnes K Supervisor, " 

♦Van Vlack, S. C Tailoress, " 

Walker, Melville A Supervisor, " 

Walker, Sarah J Laundress, " 

Watchorn, Johannah . . . .Cook, " 

Warren, Walter Herdsman, " 

Weeks, Samuel Mason, " 

Wells, Dr. Josephine Dentist, Public Institutions 

Wilkinson, Wm Engineer, Hospital, Mimico 

*Wilson, Dr. Wm. T Superintendent, Hospital, Cobourg 



Penetanguishene 

London 

London 

Orillia 

London 

London 

Brockville 

Orillia 

London 



Wilson, Geo Attendant, 

Winch, S. E Matron, 

Woods, Agnes Supervisor, 

Woodside, Mrs. Marg't . . Cook, 
Wright, Flora Maid, 



Toronto 
Kingston 
London . . 
Orillia . . . 
Mimico . . 



050 00 
514 61 

384 93 
22 58 

836 74 
277 24 
196 66 
650 00 

385 65 
802 80 
,045 84 
,506 85 

90 03 
231 32 
268 83 
340 08 
308 28 



Agriculture Department: 

Bethune, C. J. S Professor, O.A. College 900 00 

Evans, Jno Professor, O.A. College 1,642 62 

Fox, A. M Clerk Stenographer, Fruit Branch 201 34 

Greerson, James Farm Hand, O.A. College 204 35 

♦Hallett, Annie O Librarian, O.A. College 761 69 

McGillicuddy, Thos Clerk, Statistical Branch 1,140 00 

Publow, George C Chief Dairy Instructor 1,620 00 

Purdy, Mary A Demonstrator, O.A. College 822 36 

Shields, John Labourer, Vineland 475 00 

Springer, Stephen Bursar, O.A. College 1,747 96 

Sutton, Thomas Caretaker, O.A. College 525 00 

Taylor, Edward L Labourer, O.A. College 480 00 

Zavitz, Chas. A Professor, O.A. College 2,000 00 



Allowances to Beneficiaries: 
Alcorn, Sarah J. L re 

Allen, Maud M 

Argue, E 

Armstrong, C 

Armstrong, Eloise 



Arnold, E . . . . 
Arnott, Laura 



Bailey, M. E. . . 
Barron, Mary A. 
Belcher, Sarah A 



Bennett, Gertrude 

Best, H 

Bostock, Lillie 
Boyd, Clara M . . . 
Bradshaw, M. A. . 



Bradt, Isabell 

Brennan, A 

Brown, Allemena 

Burnell, Douglas A. . . 
Campbell, Caroline E 

Carson, E. Pearl 

Cashman, R. M 



Late G. O. Alcorn, Assistant Master, 
Osgoode Hall 

W. T. Allen, Highways 

Jno. Argue, Agriculture 

S. Armstrong, Sheriff 

G. E. Armstrong, Board of 
Censors 

H. Arnold, Fruit Inspector 

Chas. F. Arnott, Hospital, Ham- 
ilton 

W. J. Bailey, Gaoler, North Bay 

Hy. Barron, Provincial Secretary's 

A. E. Belcher, Registrar-Gen- 
eral's 

W. H. Bennett, Highways 

W. H. Best, Osgoode Hall 

Geo. H. Bostock, Labour Dept . . . 

D. G. Boyd, Lands and Forests . . 

J. H. Bradshaw, Colonization 
Roads 

Wm. Bradt, Public Works 

Chas. Brennan, Public Works. . . 

Hy . Brown, Labour Dept 

A. W. Burnell, Prov. Secretary . . 

Geo. Campbell, Public Works. . . 

Wm. O. Carson, Education 

D. Cashman, Agriculture 



704 


11 


174 59 


402 


99 


466 02 


625 


00 


148 


35 


362 


35 


184 


65 


362 


50 



350 00 
264 00 
354 32 
219 19 

775 75 

420 00 
250 47 
184 82 
250 52 
304 44 
136 95 
625 25 
526 78 



Deceased. 



Carried forward 15,198,288 19 



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No. 1 



Brought forward 15,198,288 19 

Ontario Public Service Superannuation Act — Continued 
Allowances — -Continued 



Allowances to Beneficiaries — Continued 
Casson, Sophia M re Late Wm 



Normal School, 



Caston, Sarah W. 



Casson, 

Stratford 

Wm. Caston, Mercer Reforma- 



300 00 







tory 


145 70 


Chisholm, Regina 


« 


W. I. Chisholm, Education 


823 39 


Clancy, E 


« 


J. Clancy, Provincial Auditor . . . 


1,000 00 


Clarke Susan F 


a 


W. H. Clarke, King's Printer. . . 
Dr. Clinton, Health Dept 


441 67 


Clinton, Lillie M 


546 58 


Cochrane, Margaret. . . . 


u 


Wm. Cochrane, Hospital, Orillia. 


770 41 


Colwell, Nellie M 


« 


W. T. Colwell, Highways 


120 45 


Costello, Emily 


a 


M. Costello, 0. A. College 


168 14 


Connolly, Mary C 


a 


Jno. Connolly, License Inspector 


217 53 


Coughlin, Hanna 




Dr. C. B. Coughlin, School for 








the Deaf 


1,000 00 


Cowan, E. E 


a 


J. Cowan, Normal School, To- 








ronto 


138 33 


Crawford, J. A 


a 


W. Crawford, Fire Inspector. . . . 


218 61 


Crawford, Matilda J.... 


a 


Wm. G. Crawford, Public Works 


325 00 


Creelman, Ada M 


" 


Geo. C. Creelman, Agriculture . . 


1,000 00 


Crosby, E. B 


" 


S. J. Crosby, License Commis- 








sioner 


480 93 


Cross, J 


a 


Robert Cross, Foreman, Public 








Works 


236 88 


Crouch, Frances 


" 


Thos. Crouch, Hospital, Whitby. 


116 03 


Crow, Ella H. . 


u 


Norton, H. Crow, Treasury 


777 78 


Crozier, H 


u 


J. A. G. Crozier, Lands and 








Forests 


685 00 


Cunningham, M 


« 


C. E. Cunningham, Hospital, 








London 


93 61 


Curry, M 


« 


A. Curry, Library 


275 00 


Dailey, Mary Jane 


a 


W. P. Dailey, Hospital, Brockville 


675 00 


Dailey, Mary N 


u 


W. D. Dailey, Hospital, Hamil- 








ton 


235 92 


Davidson, E 


u 


W. D. Davidson, Osgoode Hall. . 


329 08 


Dawson, Margaret 


a 


Jos. Dawson, Hospital, Orillia. . . 


170 64 


'Dea, Sarah A 


« 


Geo. Dea, Hospital, Mimico. . . . 


140 72 


Dean, Hannah 


" 


Thos. Dean, Lands and Forests.. 


300 00 


Dies, Annie 


u 
a 


Chester Dies, Lands and Forests 
J. W. Dill, Assistant Postmaster. 


381 68 


Dill, L. A 


412 50 


Donaldson, Mary T. . . . 


a 


Wm. Donaldson, Liquor Control 








Board 


253 99 


Downey, Ellen J 


u 


Jos. P. Downey, Hospital, Orillia 


887 51 


Dunbar, Mary H. C. . . . 


a 


S. Dunbar, Public Works 


390 00 


Edmonds, Margaret .... 


a 


L. L. Edmonds, Hospital, Ham- 








ilton 


315 14 


'Edwards, Agnes M 


u 


J. T. Edwards, Game and 






a 


Fisheries 


45 61 


Ellis, Margaret J 


Wm. Ellis, Public Works 


315 54 


Ely, Margaret G 


a 


H. R. Ely, Game and Fisheries. 


200 79 


Emery, Alice L 


« 


Dr. Jno. W. Emery, Normal 
School, Stratford 








772 81 


Finn, Margaret F 


U 


J. P. Finn, School Inspector. . . . 


337 05 


Fisher, Margaret A 


a 


Wellington Fisher, License In- 








spector 


400 00 


Fitzsimmons, M. A 


" 


W. A. Fitzsimmons, Hospital, 








Brockville 


118 59 


Fleming, E. C 


u 


John Fleming, Warden, Game 








and Fish Department 


241 26 


Flynn, N 


« 


Robert J. Flynn, Hospital, Lon- 








don 


349 85 


Forster, T. W 


" 


Jos. F. Foster, Hospital, Whitby. • 


170 63 


Fryer, Ellen 


« 


John Fryer, Public Works 


72 74 



'Deceased. 



Carried forward 15,198,288 19 



1929-30 



PRIME MINISTER'S DEPARTMENT 



B 15 



Brought forward 15,198,288 19 

Ontario Public Service Superannuation Act — Continued 
Allowances — Continued 



Allowances to Beneficiaries — Continued 



*Glackmeyer, Annis re 

Goldworthy, Elsie T 

*Gould, Eliza 

♦Grange, E. K. M 

Green, K. M 

Green, Martha 

Greenwood, Johanna .... 

Guillet, Fanny 

Hagar, Emma R 

Harden, Rose 



Harrington, T 
Heakes, Susan 



Heighway, M. E. . . . 
Henderson, Nellie. . . 
Henderson, P. L. . . . 
Holmstead, Edith M 



Holmes, Elizabeth. 
Holmes, Mary H.. 
Hopkins, Emily E. 



Hungerford, Amelia 
Hunt, Eva 



Hunter, Mary Ann. 



Hutcheon, Alice L. 

Jacques, I 

James, Ellen 

Jones, Julia 

Kelly, Elizabeth . . 



Kennedy, E 

Keyes, Mildred. . . . 

Kilgour, Harriett A 

Lackner, H. A 

Lane, F. L 

Larner, Mabel J . . . 



Lee, Mary L . . 
Lehell, Mary J. 



Lemoine, Celina . 
Lindsay, Sarah J. 
Lovelock, M. S. . 



Lucas, E 

Lucas, Maria F . . . . 
Lunny, Margaret L 
MacKenzie, Mabel. 



Late F. J. Glackmeyer, Sergeant-at- 

Arms 215 03 

" Geo. Goldworthy, Game and 

Fisheries 220 54 

James Gould, Public Works 110 24 

Dr. E. A. Grange, Ontario Vet- 
erinary College 193 15 

" L. A. Green, Education Dept . . . 540 27 

Wm. Green, Hospital, Orillia. . . . 258 51 
" T. D. Greenwood, Constable, 

Provincial Police 388 31 

Geo. Guillet, Highways 325 00 

Albert Hagar, Sheriff 540 00 

" Harold Harden, Psychiatric Hos- 
pital 135 03 

D. Harrington, Public Works. . . 269 99 
" F. R. Heakes, Architect, Public 

Works 84 93 

* R. B. Heighway, Hospital, Lon- 
don 450 00 

" Geo. Henderson, Normal School, 

Hamilton 294 90 

" C. H. Henderson, Lands and 

Forests 621 66 

" Geo. M. Holmstead, Osgoode 

Hall 960 00 

Jno. Holmes, Hospital, Orillia. . . 198 80 

" A. W. Holmes, Labour Dept. ... 556 02 
" C. Hopkins, Normal School, 

Toronto ' 163 22 

R. Hungerford, Labour Dept.. . . 407 75 
Thos. Hunt, Normal School, To- 
ronto 229 57 

" Alfred Hunter, Game and Fish- 
eries 266 00 

" Jas. Hutcheon, Lands and Forests 545 18 
" M. M. Jacques, Treasury Dept. . 278 03 
" Clarkson James, King's Printer. . 846 03 
J. E. Jones, Inspector of Schools. 278 05 
Patrick Kelly, Constable, Pro- 
vincial Police 300 15 

W. Kennedy, Public Works 350 00 

" S. J. Keyes, Normal School, 

Ottawa 923 52 

" Peter Kilgour, Hospital, Brock- 

ville 390 00 

H. G. Lackner, Sheriff 575 26 

" E. G. Lane, Hospital, Woodstock 99 57 
" E. W. Larner, Hospital, Pene- 

tanguishene 178 51 

F. G. Lee, Public Works 675 00 

Jas. W. Lehell, Hospital, Brock- 

ville 67 41 

" Wm. Lemoine, Mines Dept 320 93 

G. B. Lindsay, Health Dept 540 00 

" H. Lovelock, Assistant King's 

Printer 575 00 

" G. Lucas, License Inspector 325 00 

E. R. Lucas, Public Works 352 84 

Jas. Lunny, Hospital, Whitby.. . 340 21 

" D. R. MacKenzie, Treasury 

Dept 814 24 



'Deceased. 



Carried forward 15,198,288 19 



B 16 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Brought forward 15,198,288 19 



Ontario Public Service Superannuation Act — Continued 
Allowances — Continued 



Allowances to Beneficiaries — Continued 



MacKenzie, Mary re 

McArthur, M. E 

McCleary, Ellen J 

McCrimmon, E 

McDonald, Mary 

McGee, Eliza J 



McGwan, Margaret . 

McGhie, M 

McKay, Margaret E 



Lata Alex. MacKenzie, Hospital, To- 



MacMartin, J 

MacNaughton, Janet H. . 

MacPherson, Eugenia.. . . 



Maginnis, Ellen. 
Mannell, Sarah . 



Margach, C 

Martin, Lillian A 



Maynard, Maria C. 
Moorehead, Mary., 



Morrison, Eleanor. . . . 
Montgomery, Neva A 

Morgan, Joanna 

Niles, Janet 

Nurse, A. R 

O'Brien, C. C 

O'Brien, Letitia 

Palframan, E 

Parsons, Elizabeth . . . 



* Pearson, Lillias.. . . 
Penfold, Margaret 



Power, Bridget 

Pownall, Margaret A 
Proctor, Charlotte . . . 



Radcliffe, Isabel 



*Rattray, Emily 
Rear, Clara. . . 



Reid, L. T 

Roberts, I. H 

Robinson, Joanna 



Robinson, Laura A 



Roche, Lena. 
Ross, Jean M 





ronto 


330 00 


" 


Robt. E. McArthur, Hospital, 






Brockville 


284 86 


" 


W. J. McCleary, Normal School, 






Toronto 


297 08 


a 


D. McCrimmon, Hospital, Brock- 






ville 


299 03 


u 


Angus McDonald, License In- 






spector 


300 00 


" 


Wm. McGee, Mercer Reforma- 






tory 


176 06 


" 


A. McGwan, Hospital, Cobourg. 


275 00 


" 


W. C. McGhie, Labour 


268 71 


" 


Jno. T. McKay, Police Magi- 






strate 


625 00 


" 


D. G. MacMartin, Sheriff 


450 00 


" 


Peter MacNaughton, Hospital, 






Brockville 


1,000 00 


" 


F. T. MacPherson, Normal 






School, Hamilton 


816 77 


u 


W. J. Maginnis, Osgoode Hall.. . 
Thos. Mannell, Normal School, 


337 50 




Toronto 


252 00 


" 


W. Margach, Lands and Forests. 


480 00 


a 


Harry Martin, Hospital, Brock- 






ville 


182 34 


u 


0. Maynard, Public Works 

J. G. Moorehead, Hospital, 


268 41 




Brockville 


210 75 


u 


M. B. Morrison, Sheriff 


586 61 


u 


Jno. W. Montgomery, Osgoode 






Hall 


510 00 


a 


Dr. S. A. Morgan, Education. . . 


1,000 00 


U 


T. Niles, Hospital, Cobourg 


300 00 


u 


Wm. Nurse, Education ... . 


360 00 


U 


J. D. O'Brien, Mines Dept 


322 50 


a 


Jas. O'Brien, License Inspector. . 


375 00 


a 


Wm. Palframan, O.A. College. . . 


180 00 


a 


Wm. J. Parsons, Crown Lands 






Agent 


369 52 


u 


Wm. Pearson, Queen Victoria 






Park 


40 00 


a 


Thos. Penfold, Gaoler, Port 






Arthur 


405 00 


U 


R. Power, Public Works 


405 00 


a 


G. A. Pownall, Public Works 


143 54 


u 


Jas. B. Proctor, Lands and For- 






ests 


576 00 


u 


Dr. S. J. Radcliffe, Toronto 






Normal School 


1,000 00 


«« 


A. J. Rattray, Audit Office 


831 66 


u 


R. Rear, Hospital, Penetangui- 






shene 


250 76 


u 


Dr. J. H. Reid, O.A. College.... 


528 34 


« 
u 


D. R. Roberts, Audit Office 

Jno. T. Robinson, Game and 


377 87 




Fisheries 


300 00 


u 


Dr. W. J. Robinson, Hospital, 






London 


1,000 00 


u 


F. J. Roche, Osgoode Hall 


452 88 


u 


J. H. Ross, Hospital, Brockville. 


229 19 



Deceased. 



Carried forward 15,198,288 19 



1929-30 



PRIME MINISTER'S DEPARTMENT 



B 17 



Brought forward 15,198,288 19 

Ontario Public Service Superannuation Act — Continued 
Allowances — Continued 



Allowances to Beneficiaries — Continued 

Ross, Mary Ann re Late Walter Ross, Licensa Inspector 



Rowland, A. M 



Rushford, Helen 
Sarvis, Mary C . 
Scott, Mary E.. 
Shaw, Annie W. 



Slinger, Mary A. 
Smith, Rosemary 



Spsllman, A 

Spence, Eunice 

Spencer, Henrietta A . . 



Squirrell, M 
Strange, C . 



Stubbs, Argo W . . . 
Sturdy, Isabel G. . 
Teevens, Mary . . . 
Thomas, Mildred I 
Thornton, Sarah . . 

Todd, M. B 

Toner, M. E 

Torrance, Joanna . . 



Turner, A. A 

Turville, Margaret R 
Unwin, Mildred C. . . 

Vale, E. A 

Varin, C 

Watson, Louisa 



Waugh, N. M . . . 
*Way, Malvina M 
Webstar, Isabella 
White, Eliza A... 
Wheeler, Jane . . . 



White, Clara D 
White, H. G... 



Wilkes, Elizabeth . . 
Wilkinson, Harriett 
Wilson, Letty M . . . 



Worley, Rachel R 

Wims, Anastasia . . 

Wyllie, Lizzie 

Young, F. C 

Young, Mary 



J. S. Rowland, Succession Duty 
Branch 

B. Rushford, Lands and Forests. 
A. E. Sarvis, Inspector, L.C.A . . . 

J. G. Scott, Land Titles 

J. M. Shaw, Provincial Secre- 
tary's 

Jas. Slinger, O.A. Collage 

Geo. T. Smith, License Commis- 
sioner 

T. Spellman, Public Works 

J. Spence, Hospital, Cobourg. . . . 

Jno. C. Spencer, Employment 
Bureau 

J. A. Squirrell, O.A. College 

C. O. Strange, Attorney-Gen- 
eral's 

S. J. Stubbs, Editor of Text Books 

Jas. Sturdy, License Inspector. . . 

Jno. Teevens, O.A. College 

Dr. N. O. Thomas, Health Dept 

R. Thornton, King's Printer's. . . 

J. Todd, Hospital, Brockville. . . 

Geo. Toner, Game and Fisheries . 

Jno. A. Torrance, License In- 
spector 

C. Turner, Hospital, Penetang. . 

N. Turville, Liquor Control Bd . . 

G. H. Unwin, O.A. College 

W. J. Vale, Insurance Branch. . . 

H. C. Varin, Sheriff 

Henry Watson, Game and Fish- 
eries 

John Waugh, Education Dept. . . 

B. May, Hospital, Hamilton. . . . 

S. Webster, Sheriff 

R. O. White, School Inspector. . . 

Robt. Wheeler, Mercer Reforma- 
tory 

E. T. White, Normal School, 
London 

J. F. White, Normal School, 
Ottawa 

H. J. Wilkes, Hospital, London . . 

J. B. Wilkinson, Law Clerk 

Dr. W. T. Wilson, Hospital, 
Cobourg 

Wm. Worley, Normal School, 
Toronto 

P. Wims, Hospital, Kingston.. . . 

John Wyllie, Hospital, Orillia. . . 

E. H. Young, Hospital, London . 

Jas. D. Young, Hospital, To- 
ronto 



375 00 

481 64 

248 85 

307 37 

1,000 00 

330 46 
113 00 

380 82 
158 21 

478 57 

189 18 
196 20 

732 75 
441 91 
247 80 
285 00 
314 98 
281 13 
134 44 
300 00 



225 00 
177 25 
206 88 
366 12 
734 95 
459 32 

270 00 
816 01 
35 93 
450 00 
572 17 

301 40 

605 72 

1,000 00 
131 52 
202 74 

246 58 

175 80 
314 91 
169 76 
357 33 

400 43 



Lump Sum Payments 

R.S.O. 1927, Cap. 16, Part III, Sec. 34 
Estate of: 

Cunerty, Terence J Engineer, Osgoode Hall 1,140 00 

Jermyn, D. M Sheriff, Bruce County 954 03 

Wood, James Asst. Gardener, Hospital, Brockville. . . . 390 08 



291,650 13 



2,484 11 



'Deceased. 



Carried forward 15,492,422 43 



B 18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 15,492,422 43 

Ontario Public Service Superannuation Act — Continued 

Lump Sum Payments 

R.S.O. 1927, Cap. 16, Part III, Sec. 35 
Estate of: 

Anderson, F. D Clerk, Provincial Auditor's Office 172 43 

Angrove, Thos. B Inspector of Factories, Labour Dept .... 352 05 

Baxendale, Charles Fireman, Court House, Port Arthur. . . . 128 00 

Bourinot, Isabelle Clerk, Accountant's Office, Osgoode Hall 745 00 

Breen, George Guard, Reformatory, Guelph 212 08 

Clare, James H Sheriff, Hastings County 916 05 

Flint, E. A Cleaner and Helper, Parliament Bldgs. . . 273 43 

Fraser, Mary Seamstress, Hospital, Whitby 292 85 

Gatenby, John B Instructor, North Bay Normal School . . . 894 66 

O'Connor, Jas. J Magistrate, Thunder Bay District 714 98 

Reece, Arthur Supervisor, Hospital, Woodstock 250 06 

Roberts, Edward Elevator Attendant, Liquor Control 

Board 733 38 

Stewart, Grace Maid, Hospital, Orillia 15 85 

Thomas, Geo. A Constable, Provincial Police 21 84 

Thomas, Edward J Cashier, Liquor Control Board 455 47 

Wallace, Leigh H Laboratory Assistant, Motion Picture 

Bureau 69 45 

Wright, Archibald J Inspector of Factories, Labour Dept .... 943 93 

Yates, J. Gordon Overseer, Games and Fisheries 151 80 

7,343 31 



Lump Sum Payments 

R.S.O. 1927, Cap. 16, Part III, Sec. 45 
Estate of: 

Black, Margaret Clerk, Osgoode Hall 110 00 

Brophy, Hugh Clerk, Lands and Forests Dept 550 81 

Hallett, Annie O Librarian, Ontario Agricultural College, 

Guelph 68 86 

Irwin, David Overseer, Game and Fisheries Dept 269 34 



999 01 



Refunds of Contributions by Employees Retiring from the Service 

R.S.O. 1927, Cap. 16, Part III, Sec. 36 

Sundry Persons Refunds of Contributions 30,568 42 

" " Interest on " 3,948 13 



34,516 55 



Bonuses to Rural Primary and Secondary Transmission Lines 

R.S.O. 1927, Cap. 59, Sec. 2 ($1,689,164.00) 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission 1,689,164 00 

Statutory $2,041,373 43 

SPECIAL WARRANTS 

Advertising Tourist Attractions ($82,347.97) 

Temporary Services. — L. R. Arnett, services at Peace Bridge at 300.00 per mo., 
1,950,00; Sherman S. Galvin, services at Ambassador Bridge at 150.00 per mo., 
696.76 2,646 76 

Travelling Expenses.— L. R. Arnett, 53.05; Dr. F. Carlton, 1,132.12; L. B. Jackes, 

718.38 1,903 55 

Advertising.— Automobile Road Guide, 150.00; Canadian Traveller, 423.36; J. J. 
Gibbons, Ltd., 31.529.23; Globe Encyclopedia Co., 264.00; "Gossip," 975.00; 
Offset Print & Litho Co., 720.00; F. Smily, 100.00 34,161 59 

Carried forward 17,263,157 20 



1929-30 PRIME MINISTER'S DEPARTMENT B 19 

Brought forward 17,263,157 20 

Advertising Tourist Attractions — Continued 

Miscellaneous. — Booth Signs, Ltd., signs, 14.00; Brigdens, Ltd., engravings, 25.00; 
Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd., films, 69.00; Canadian Association of Tourists 
Publicity Bureau, fee, 25.00; Canadian Geographical Society, fee, 15.00; Eastman 
Kodak Stores, Ltd., photo supplies, 521.56; General Advertising Service, repairing 
signs, 55.00; E. J. Holland, cleaning maps, 105.00; A. D. Kean, photo supplies, 
150.00; King's Printer, printing booklet "Ontario", folders, etc., 35,687.25; 
Lockhart's Camera Exchange, proof printing, 153.25; A. Lynch, colouring 
transparencies, 24.50; Matthew Bros., Ltd., picture frames, 49.00; Proctor & 
Proctor, Ltd., postage on booklets, 3,040.00; Radio Station CKCL. broadcasting, 
125.00; Reliance Engravers, Ltd., half-tone cuts, 90.73; Saturday Night Press, 
shipping booklets, 543.12; Toronto Convention and Tourist Association, travel- 
ling expenses, 2,310.16; H. C. Tugwell & Co., Ltd., photo supplies, 291.71. 
Sundries — car tickets, 12.00; express, 277.83; petty disbursements, 51.96 43,636 07 

General Advertising ($350.00) 
Border Cities Star, 250.00; Canadian Choir of Brantford, 100.00 350 00 

Expenses of the Public Welfare Commission ($5,287.86) 

Temporary Services. — Walter G. Frisby, Secretary at 300.00 per mo., 2,596.15; L. 
E. Leeson, clerk stenographer at 81.25 per mo., 546.88; Mary L. Whitelaw, clerk 
stenographer at 81.25 per mo., 118.75 3,261 78 

Travelling Expenses.— W. G. Frisby, 215.00; J. M. McCutcheon, 310.03; C. Whitton, 

68.31; D. M. Wright, 466.24 1,059 58 

Miscellaneous.— F. Clitheroe, reporting, 189.72; King's Printer, 722.58; United Type- 
writer Co., Ltd., 11.76; C. Whitton, stenographic services, 31.25; petty disburse- 
ments, 11.19 966 50 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission Advances ($1,546,410.00 

Purchase Capital Stock of the Wahnapitae Power Co., Ltd 1,026,410 00 

Purchase Price of the Assets, Undertakings and Properties in Ontario of the Public 

Utilities Consolidated Corporation 520,000 00 

Grant for the Entertainment of Visiting Delegates to the 
Shriner Convention ($15,000.00) 

Ramesss Temple, Toronto 15,000 00 

Canadian Bar Association in Connection with the Entertainment 
of Guests from Overseas ($2,000.00) 

D. L. McCarthy, treasurer 2,000 00 

Special Warrants $1,651,395.83 

Total Expenditure, Department of Prime Minister $18,875,841 13 



PART C 



LEGISLATION 



FISCAL YEAR, 1929-30 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Legislation: page 

Salaries 4 

Clerks of Committees 4 

Sessional Writers 4 

Stationery, printing and binding 5 

Contingencies 5 

Indemnity to Members 5 

Law Clerk's Office (Attorney-General) 6 

Clerk of the Crown in Chancery 6 

Library (Minister of Education) 6 

Summary 3 



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LEGISLATION 

Salaries ($14,750.00) 

Hon. Thomas A. Kidd Speaker 

A. C. Lewis Clerk of the House 

G. Hunter Ogilvie Sergeant-at-Arms 

Robt. Brown Clerk 

R. Dies " 

Grace Jones Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 

D. K. Black Secretary to Mr. Speaker. . . . 



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Clerks of Committees ($1,225.00) 

R. A. Kent Ckief Clerk of Committees 

R. T. Regan Clerk of Public Accounts Committee 

J. J. Dingman " Game and Fisheries " 

K. McTaggart " Printing " 

D.M.Oliver " Agricultural 



Sessional Writers, Messengers, Pages, etc. ($35,998.67) 

Sessional Writers.— F. S. Ebbs (special), 1,000.00; Mary J. Abbott, 150.00; Margery 
Acer, 150.00; Mary N. Adams, 150.00; Hattie Amey, 201.00; Helen Bach, 222.00; 
Isabelle Bain, 150.00; Annie Berry, 150.00; Ruth Blatchford, 150.00; Joey Bond, 
150.00; W. A. Brant, 566.67; Howard Brown, 275.00; Gertrude Bull, 201.00; 
Dorothy B. Chew, 150.00; Helen Clements, 54.00; Mary Clements, 96.00; Lillian 
Costello, 150.00; Mary E. Craig, 201.00; George Creighton, 312.50; Mildred 
Crowley, 150.00; Clara Mae Crown, 201.00; Edith Crush, 249.00; Isabel Curran, 
147.00; Laura Denison, 150.00; Elizabeth Devine, 174.00; Marie Devlin, 135.00; 
Dorie Edwards, 171.00; Ada Everett, 147.00; Jean L. Farewell, 150.00; Maud 
Fawcett, 150.00; Annie M. Fox, 186.00; Violet French 150.00; Rhea Galna, 
150.00; Phyllis M. Gauld, 96.00; Edna Glaiser, 186.00; Jean Gordon, 150.00; 
Margaret Graham, 150.00; Myrtle Graham, 150.00; Grace Grozelle, 150.00; 
Elena A. Guest, 150.00; Constance Hamilton, 150.00; A. Hanna, 450.00; F. 
Harkins, 177.00; Maud Harris, 150.00; A. V. Harrison, 213.00; Isobel Hewson, 
150.00; Gladys Hill, 201.00; Nettie Holdsworth, 150.00; Hertha Horester, 150.00; 
Isobel Kennedy, 150.00; Kathleen Kirkpatrick, 150.00; Helen Knowles, 225.00; 
Olive E. Latimer, 150.00; Thelma Lee, 150.00; Madeline E. Leggett, 150.00; 
Christina Leitch, 150.00; Nina A. Lewis, 255.00; May E. Lindner, 276.00; Jean 
MacCormack, 261.00; Molly McAvoy, 150.00; May McBride, 150.00; Murdock 
McLeod, 237.00; D. Mackie, 102.00; Jean Miller, 150.00; L. V. Moore 
141.00; Laura Morgan, 150.00; V. A. Morrison, 171.00; Mabel Murphy 
150.00; Elizabeth Myers, 150.00; G. L. Nicol, 150.00; Peggy Nicol, 120.00 
Elizabeth Parkinson, 150.00; Emma M. Patton, 150.00; S. R. Payne, 306.00 
Janet C. Perrins, 174.00; Vera C. Peterson, 150.00; Mildred I. Price, 150.00 
Madeline Quigley, 150.00; Margaret Reeder, 150.00; May Reid, 150.00; Claire 
Sauve, 114.00; Lillian L. Shiels, 150.00; Eleanor V. Smith, 150.00; Nora Snider, 
135.00; Marjorie Spaulding, 183.00; Annie K. Sprague, 186.00; Margaret 
Strathearn, 138.00; Caroline Strong, 150.00; Eleanor P. Strong, 150.00; Theresa 
Sullivan, 150.00; Orma D. Teasdale, 201.00; F. A. Thompson, 400.00; Helen I. 
Tremayne, 150.00; Ruth A. Waite, 150.00; Kathleen Ward, 150.00; May White, 
150.00; Edith Withington, 150.00; Gladys Wheeler, 150.00; Sheila Yon, 150.00. . 

Messengers.— J. Allan, 210.00; J. J. Armstrong, 147.00; W. Baillie, 150.00; F. H. 
Baker, 150.00; S. Baker, 162.00; John Bews, 150.00; A. Blayborough, 150.00; 
John Body, 150.00; Adam Boyd, 150.00; Alan Brown, 150.00; G. T. Brown, 
150.00; Thomas Brown, 150.00; Ralph Bullock, 150.00; W. J. Burnett, 150.00; 
W. A. Calder, 138.00; L. Carmichael, 150.00; George Carpenter, 150.00; Norman 
Carrie, 150.00; Joe Champagne, 156.00; W. Chapman, 201.00; Lionel Choquette, 
150.00; D. Christy, 150.00; George Clarke, 150.00; Robert Clarke, 150.00; Wm. 
Clark, 150.00; C. F. Cook, 150.00; L. R. Cossitt, 147.00; R. H. Cradock, 150.00; 
Wm. Crighton, 150.00; John Cutler, 138.00; John Dargavel, 120.00; Leo Liotte, 
132.00; J. M. Doran, 150.00; R. E. Down, 150.00; Jerry Dunn, 18.00; Wm. 
Dunseath, 102.00; R. Eagon, 150.00; C. J.Elson, 138.00; Wm. Ferris, 84.00; J. R. 
Fetterly, 150.00; J. Fleming, 150.00; H.T.Floyd, 150.00; J.Francis, 150.00; F.Fur- 
niss, 174.00; G. Glaiklin, 150.00; E. Graham, 150.00; J. Goulding, 180.00; Fred 
Guerard, 120.00; J. J. Hagarty, 150.00; C. Haight, 150.00; R. Hampton, 150.00; 
Wm. Hanna, 150.00; R. Harcourt, 150.00; H. Harper, 150.00; H. W. Hutchinson, 
150.00; C. S. Inglis, 141.00; R. J. Irving, 150.00; R. C. Jary, 186.00; S. Jenkins, 



2,500 00 
5,000 00 
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1,600 00 
1,600 00 
1,050 00 
1,000 00 



850 00 
150 00 

75 00 
75 00 
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18,037 17 



Carried forward 34,012 17 



1929-30 LEGISLATION C 5 

Brought forward 34,012 17 

Sessional Writers, Messengers, Pages, etc. — Continued 

Messengers — Continued 

150.00; W. Johnston, 168.00; W. N. Johnson, 150.00; W. Keil, 150.00; N. Kirvan, 
219.00; Wm. Kilbride, 186.00; B. Kinsman, 150.00; G. A. LeDrew, 174.00; Edwin 
Leeves, 117.00; James Leslie, 150.00; Thos. Londry, 150.00; J. B. McBride, 
150.00; C. McGinnis, 150.00; J. P. McNamara, 84.00; J. D. Mann, 156.00; R. 
H. Mewhinney, 150.00; T. C. Molloy, 75.00; John Moore, 150.00; J. P. Morgan, 
150.00; James Morrison, 150.00; C. Myers, 150.00; Edward Norrington, 150.00; 
J. J. O'Brien, 150.00; W. J. O'Grady, 150.00; Wm. Osborne, 78.00; Alex. Ovens, 
150.00; A. Parisien, 150.00; G. C. Patterson, 150.00; T. H. Peterkin, 150.00; 
Thos. Pettit, 150.00; John Pike, 150.00; W. J. Pollard, 150.00; Wm. Reeve, 
201.00; J. A. Rice, 150.00; Jas. Richardson, 150.00; J.J. Roberts, 174.00; Clayton 
Robertson, 150.00; F. J. Rumble, 150.00; Robert W. Saul, 48.00; Albert Serre, 
135.00; Joseph Simes, 150.00; D. Sinclair, 144.00; Charles Standish, 150.00; 
Wm. Struth, 150.00; N. Sweetman, 225.00; A. L. Whetty, 6.00; James Whitlock, 
138.00; William Wilkins, 150.00; Charles Wilson, 150.00 15,672 00 

Pages.— F. R. Batchelor, 162.50; J. Binstead, 57.50; George Boyd, 125.00; Lewis 
Bradley, 35.00; Beverley Burleigh, 125.00; T. K. Downs, 125.00; Walter Farmer, 
125.00; Jack Fish, 125.00; W. Hallimore, 125.00; Albert Hamblin, 17.50; Wm. 
Poison, 125.00; Leonard Rawlinson, 125.00; Allan Shields, 125.00; Alex. Stewart, 
130.00; Herbert Whyard, 125.00; Gordon Young, 125.00 1,777 50 

Charwomen.— G. Anderson, 128.00; Alice Boustead, 140.00; A. Quinn, 104.00; 

Lillian Walsh, 14Q.00 512 00 

Indemnity to Members, including mileage ($230,360.40) 
Accountant of House, Indemnity to Members 230,360 40 

Stationery, including Printing Paper, Printing Bills, Distributing 
Statutes, Printing and Binding ($35,445.94) 

King's Printer, 35,427.94. Express, 7.15; cartage, 10.85 35,445 94 

Contingencies, including Stationery and Equipment for Reporters ($6,930.36) 

Advertising. — Border Cities Star, 33.75; Chatham News, 13.75; Cochrane Northland 
Post, 11.00; Guelph Mercury, 11.20; Hamilton Spectator, 18.75; Kenora Miner & 
News, 11.00; Kingston Standard, 18.75; London Free Press, 45.00; Maclean 
Publishing Co., Ltd., 12.00; North Bay Nugget, 12.50; Ottawa Journal Dailies, 
25.00; Pembroke Standard Observer, 11.00; St. Catharines Standard, 13.75; 
Sault Ste. Marie News, 11.00; Sault Star, 10.50; Sarnia Canadian Observer, 
14.44; Sudbury Star, 12.50; Sundry Papers, 81.67; Toronto Daily Star, 36.00; 
Toronto Globe, 103.50; Toronto Mail and Empire, 96.00; Toronto Telegram, 
96.00; Woodstock Sentinel Review, 12.50 711 56 

Temporary Services. — W. A. Brant, solicitor at 50.00 per wk., 41.65; Howard Brown, 
clerk at 22.00 per wk., 120.99; Geo. Creighton, proofreader at 25.00 per wk., 
87.50; Edith M. Crush, clerk stenographer at 3.00 per diem, 99.00; A. V. Harrison, 
clerk stenographer at 3.00 per diem, 21.00; Nina A. Lewis, clerk stenographer, 
at 3.00 per diem, 99.00; Jean MacCormack, clerk stenographer at 3.00 per diem, 
12.00; Alex. Stewart, message boy at 2.50 per diem, 5.00; C. A. Wilson, clerk at 
5.00 per diem, 100.00 586 14 

Extra Services.— J. Bennett, 100.00; R. Brown, 150.00; W. Bain, 100.00; W. J. 
Campbell, 100.00; T. Cordell, 100.00; R. Dies, 100.00; W. J. Harvey, 200.00; 
S. Lowe, 100.00; H. Petley, 200.00; E. M. Sexsmith, 100.00 1,250 00 

Miscellaneous.— N. R. Butcher & Co., reporting, 356.55 ; Canada Law Book Co., Ltd., 
book, 15.00; Central Ontario Bus Lines, members' trip to Bowmanville, 100.00; 
J. E. Crespi, services, cloak room, 24.00; Field, Love & House, inspections, 8.00; 
C. Freymond, cards, 18.00; Harcourt & Son, Ltd., repairing suits, 389.80; G. 
Hogarth, services, 50.00; Strachan Johnston, services re brokers' bill, 2,000.00; 
H. Kilbride, pressing suits, 30.00; E. Longstaffe, lunches, 138.40; McCann & 
Alexander, rental of typewriter, 20.00; Remington Typewriters, Ltd., rentals, 
50.00; Rose Cleaners & Dyers, cleaning suits, 33.55; G. A. Stockdale, signs, 3.75; 
Tip Top Tailors, Ltd., suit, 27.75; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., inspections and 
repairs, 489.80; J. W r ork, preparing oath of allegiance, 50.00. Sundries — car 
tickets, 15.00; express, 143.53; postage, 1.00; newspapers and periodicals, 242.64 
telegrams, 22.29 4,229 06 

Carried forward 324,556 77 



C6 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 324,556 77 

Contingencies — Continued 

Public Accounts Committee. — A. A. Kydd, travelling expenses, 51.00; J. McMahon, 

travelling expenses, 57.25; F. C. Richardson, travelling expenses, 45.35 153 60 

Allowance to Mr. Speaker in lieu of contingencies ($1,000.00) 

Hon. Thos. A. Kidd 1,000 00 

Legislative Committee for Art Purposes ($1,046.72) 

E. Wylie Grier, portrait of Hon. W. D. Black, 1,000.00; Leatherdale Studio, portrait, 

46.72 1,046 72 

Legislation $326,757 09 

LAW CLERK'S OFFICE 

Salaries ($15,119.34) 

A. M. Dymond Law Clerk of Public Bills 12 months 5,400 00 

W. B. Wilkinson Law Clerk of Private and Municipal Bills. . 9 l / 2 " 4,319 34 

A. E. Baker Principal Clerk 12 " 2,400 00 

C. S. Berthon Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,500 00 

D. H. McCleary " * " 12 " 1,500 00 

Law Clerk's Office $15,119 34 

CLERK OF THE CROWN IN CHANCERY 

Salaries ($3,100.00) 

W. G. W. Harvey Clerk, Group 1 12 months 1,600 00 

M. B. Rice Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,500 00 

Contingencies ($275.71) 

King's Printer, 70.71; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., machine and inspections, 

179.50. Sundries — newspapers and periodicals, 25.50 275 71 

Clerk of the Crown in Chancery $3,375 71 

LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY 

Salaries ($15,737.53) 

A. T. Wilgress Librarian 

Geo. E. Barnes Senior Library Assistant 12 

E. King « " " 

Hugh Ray " " " 

O. M. Bright " " " 

E. J. O'Neill Library Assistant, Group 1 

E. L. Leckie " " Group 2 

E.F.Richardson " " Group 2 

Wm. A. Powell " " Group 2 

Purchase of Books, Subscriptions, Fees and Dues, Binding, 
Stationery, Printing and Contingencies ($10,236.98) 

Temporary Services. — Lillian Bligh, library clerk at 3.00 per diem 939 00 

Books.— Alcohol Information Committee, 2.12; E. G. Allen & Son, 669.25; American 
Antiquarian Society, 4.00; American Association of Museums, 3,00; American 
Library Association, 5.00; American Ornithologists Union, 23.40; Architectural 
Press, Ltd., 13.79; A. E. Baker, 2.37; Baker & Taylor Co., 420.63; R. R. Bowker 
Co., 18.26; A. Britnell, 90.92; Brooking's Institution, 4.20; Can. Facts Pub. Co., 
1.30; Can. Gazetteer Pub. Co., 20.00; Can. Geographic Society, 3.00; Can. 
Gravure Co., Ltd., 2.00; Can. Historical Association, 6.00; Can. Medical 
Directory, 7.00; Can. North West Historical Society, 5.00; Can. Parliamentary 
Guide, 4.00; L. Carrier & Co., Ltd., 4.67; Carteret Book Club, 5.00; C. D. 



12 months 


3,600 00 


12 " 


2,050 00 


12 " 


1,900 00 


12 " 


1,800 00 


12 " 


1,700 00 


12 " 


1,600 00 


12 " 


1,200 00 


10 " 


875 03 


12 " 


1,012 50 



Carried forward 361,928 67 



1929-30 LEGISLATION C_7 

Brought forward 361,928 67 

Purchase of Books, etc — Continued 

Cazenove & Sons, 3,326.52; C. Chivers, Ltd., 8.72; Citizens Research Institute of 
Canada, 10.00; A. H. Clark Co., 6.00; Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., 3.62; Council of 
Foreign Bond Holders, 1.95; The Countryman, 10.95; Curry's Art Store, 15.00; W. 
Dawson Subscription Service, 213.00; J. M. Dent & Sons, Ltd., 26.20; Dept. of 
Public Printing and Stationery, Ottawa, 8.00; Dodd, Mead & Co., Inc., 24.60; 
R. F. Downing & Co., Inc., 3.00; E. P. Dutton & Co., 2.64; E. Eberstadt, 3.50; 
"Editions Spes," 7.41; English Association, University College, Toronto, 1.25; 
Europa Publications, Ltd., 12.78; Evans Bros., .48; W. S. Evans, 11.00; Every- 
body's Bookshop, 1.50; Farm & Ranch Review, 2.00; F. W. Faxon Co., 2.09; 
Fort Orange Press, 2.35; W. G. Foyle, Ltd., 10.99; W. J. Gage Co., Ltd., 1.12; T. 
Giroux, 10.25; Golden Syndicate Pub. Co., 6.75; Gordon & Gotch, 11.07; Grand & 
Toy, Ltd., 15.00; Grolier Society, Ltd., 47.00; J. Hardwick, 130.40; Harvard 
University Press, 5.02; Heaton Pub. Co., Ltd., 3.00; Henderson's Directories, Ltd., 
37.00; Houston's Standard Publications, 15.00; Imperial War Graves Committee, 
95.63; Irwin & Gordon, Ltd., 3.00; James Book Store, 13.40; Johns Hopkins Press, 
12.03; R. Joselyn, 28.25; Kelly Pub. Co., 20.00; P. S. King & Son, Ltd., 148.74; 
Kodak, Ltd., 6.02; C. E. Lauriat Co., 5.64; H. Lennon, 14.00; Library Association 
17.03; N. Ling & Co., 7.66; Literary Year Book Press, 2.68; Longmans, Green & 
Co., 14.68; MacLean Pub. Co., Ltd., 2.00; Macmillan Co., Ltd., 74.27; A. J. 
Madill, 2.00; A. N. Marquis Co., 7.88; McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., 4.25; A. 
McKim, Ltd., 3.00; McLean & Smithers, 2.75; W. McRaye, 10.40; Might 
Directories, Ltd., 18.00; Ministere de la Voiric, .60; Minnesota Historical Society, 
2.80; Mississippi Valley Historical Society, 5.00; Mussons Book Co., Ltd., 5.25; 
National Association of State Libraries, 3.00; National Educational Association, 
5.00; National Industrial Conference Board, 7.20; Navy Records Society, 5.11; 
T. Nelson & Sons, Ltd., 46.08; New York State Historical Society, 3.00; New York 
Times Index, 19.50; Oregon Historical Society, 2.00; Oxford University, 1.02; 
Pierce & Scopes, 5.14; Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, Ltd., 1.00; S. Porter, 5.40; Public 
School Pub. Co., 3.82; Putnams, 18.68; Queen's Quarterly, .50; Regents of 
University of California, .62; A. H. S. Ross, 10.00; Ru-Mi-Lou Books, .75; 
Ryerson Press, 31.18; R. Simpson Co., Ltd., 5.50; Thos. Skinner, Ltd., 1.25; 
W. H. Smith & Son, 76.06; Smithsonian Institute, 30.00; Society for Army 
Historical Research, 5.11; E. Stock, 8.15; Talbot Press, Ltd., 5.39; Teachers 
College, 17.50; Thorburn & Abbotts, Ltd., 2.00; Times Book Club, 12.69; J. 
Tiranti & Co., 3.52; Torontonian Society Blue Book, 15.00; W. Tyrrell & Co., Ltd., 
12.52; Union Library Association, 54.76; University of Chicago Press, .79; 
University of North Carolina Press, 2.34; Vernon Directories, Ltd., 87.00; 
Visiting Housekeepers' Association, .25; A. L. Vokes, 6.00; Williams & Wilkins 
Co., 3.00; H. W. Wilson Co., 59.20; Wisely Bragg Pub. Co.,Ltd., 1.00; Women's 
Canadian Historical Society, .50; Wrigley's Directories, Ltd., 10.00 6,427 56 

Miscellaneous.— C. Chivers, Ltd., binding, 10.28; King's Printer, 1,919.55; United 
Typewriter Co., Ltd., inspections, 19.00. Sundries — customs, 4.80; express, 
4.27; freight, 7.30; newspapers and periodicals, 869.41; telegrams, 2.86; petty 
disbursements, 32.95 2,870 42 

Purchase of Legal Publications ($544.20) 

Burroughs & Co., Ltd., 16.00; Butterworth & Co., Ltd., 27.75; Can. Law List Pub. 
Co., 5.00; Canada Law Book Co., Ltd., 93.50; Carswell Co., Ltd., 398.95; B. 
Garratt, 3.00 544 20 

Legislative Library $26,518 71 

Total Expenditure, Legislation $371,770 85 



PART D 



DEPARTMENT 



OF THE 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL 



FISCAL YEAR, 1929-30 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Attorney-General's Office i . •<,,••• 8 

Audit of Criminal Justice Accounts 20 

Railway and Municipal Board 28 

Public Trustee 29 

Inspector of Legal Offices, including Registry Offices and Division Courts 26 

Fire Marshal 30 

Land Titles 26 

Local Masters 27 

Drainage Trials Act 28 

Administration of Justice: 

Supreme Court of Ontario 12 

Law Enforcement 13 

Districts 16 

Miscellaneous Services 28 

Statutory 31 

Summary 7 



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Hon. W. H. Price, K.C., Attorney-General (Statutory) $10,000.00 



Edward Bayly, K.C. 
I. A. Humphries, K.C 

A. W. Rogers 

W. B. Common 

Joseph A. Sedgwick . . 

P. S. Golding 

W. J. Arthur Fair. . . 



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M. Currey Secretary to Minister, Departmental 

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C. R. Magone Head Clerk 12 

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F. W. Newman Senior Clerk Stenographer 

M. Mooney " " " 

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M. L. McGillivray " 

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M. Brown 

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Contingencies ($11,321.55) 

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mo., 975.00; Clara Marron, clerk stenographer at 81.25 per mo., 234.38; at 
100.00 per mo., 312.25; M. McMurray, office boy at 10.00 per wk., 95.62 5,836 48 

Travelling Expenses.— E. Bayly, 45.65; I. A. Humphries, 59.65; H. R. Poison, 

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Miscellaneous.— E. Bayly, Tremeear's code, 18.00; Dye & Durham, law forms, 14.05; 
Miss E. Gardiner, witness fees, 12.30; J. W. Geddes, frames, 18.85; King's 
Printer, 3,107.29; Newsome & Gilbert, legal forms, 19.50; A. W. Rogers, court 
fees, etc., 78.71; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., inspections and repairs, 159.45; 
Western Union Telegraph, code registration, 50.00. Sundries — car tickets, 
40.30; express, 21.55; newspapers and periodicals, 57.00; telegrams, 1,717.75; 
petty disbursements, 9. 19 



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Law Library ($493.70) 

Books.— L. T. Butterworth & Co., 71.00; Burroughs & Co., 21.60; Canada Law 
Book Co., 144.50; Carswell Co., Ltd., 197.10; P. Cramp, 2.50; Dominion Charts 
Publishing Co., 5.00; B. Garratt, 7.50; Irwin & Gordon, 7.00; Society of Com- 
parative Legislation, 5.10; Students Book Department, 32.40 493 70 

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GENERAL 

Deputy Clerks of the Crown and Local Registrars 
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R. E. Clapp Bruce 

J. A. V. Preston Dufferin 

I. D. Cameron Elgin 

W. B. S. Craig Essex 

J.S.Allan " 

Angus McKinnon " 

Chester H. Wood Frontenac 

T. J. Rutherford Grey 

W. J. McClenahan Halton 

J. A. Kerr Hastings 

Robt. Johnson Huron 

D. E. Douglas Kent 

Alex. Saunders Lambton 

J. S. L. McNeely Lanark 

A. E. Baker Leeds and Grenville 

W. P. Deroche Lennox and Addington 

E. J. Lovelace Lincoln 

E. Weld Middlesex 

H. P. Innes Norfolk 

J. T. Field Northumberland 

Horace Bascom Ontario 

Peter McDonald Oxford 

Jas. R. Fallis Peel 

R. H. Hubbs Prince Edward 

F. H. Thompson Perth 

Geo. J. Sherry Peterborough 

J. Bellanger Prescott and Russell 

J. McL. Beatty Renfrew 

A. I. Macdonell Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry 

A. T. Porter Victoria 

J. E. Cohoe Welland 

G. T. Inch Wentworth 

T. J. Foster Algoma 

Keith Munro Thunder Bay 

F. Tasker Parry Sound 

C. S. Salmon Muskoka 

T. J. Bourke Nipissing 

Chas. C. Hahn Waterloo 

J. C. Eccles Haldimand 

John McKay Simcoe 

A. H. Beath Sudbury. 

T. J. Meagher Temiskaming 

L. W. Goetz Wellington 

W. L. Worrell Cochrane 



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Jno. Agnew u * " " " 12 " 3,000 00 

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Brought forward 104,494 47 

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Contingencies ($6,908.17) 

Services Reporting.— W. W. Buskard, 16.00; W. W. Perry, 40.00 56 00 

Travelling Expenses.— S. W. Brown, 949.90; N. R. Butcher & Co., 2,001.10; R. N. 
Dickson, 888.05; J. E. Henderson, 1,021.92; E. Neild, 903.05; W. W. Perry, 60.45; 
H. O. Taylor, 1,027.70 6,852 17 

Crown Counsel Prosecutions ($34,779.74) 

Algoma, H. Keefer, 384.82. Brant, N. Sommerville, 327.85; O. M. Walsh, 154.80. 
Bruce, J. W. Freeborn, 20.00. Carleton, J. A. Hope, 1,789.39; J. A. Ritchie, 
31.00. Cochrane, S. A. Caldbick, 77.55. Dufferin, R. D. Evans, 20.00. 
Elgin, C. G. Frost, 1,278.57. Essex, A. R. Douglas, 134.70; H. Guthrie, 1,473.30; 
J. C. Makins, 1,273.20. Frontenac, T. J. Rigney, 182.00. Grey, T. H. Dyre, 
88.50. Haldimand, H. Arrell, 101.00. Halton, P. White, 933.50. Huron, 
A. C. Heighington, 112.02; D. Holmes, 82.00. Kenora, C. M. Garvey, 550.53; 

F. H. Keefer, 333.75. Kent, R. V. Sinclair, 660.45; W. H. Williams, 964.25. 
Lanark, J. A. B. Dulmage, 20.00; A. B. Cunningham, 284.15. Leeds and 
Grenville, F. M. Field, 698.10. Lennox and Addington, U. M. Wilson, 
40.00. Lambton, F. W. Wilson, 40.00. Lincoln, W. S. Haney, 334.55; M. B. 
Tudhope, 518.00. Manitoulin, W. F. McRae, 20.00. Muskoka, A. B. Currey, 
175.50; T. Johnson, 20.00. Middlesex, R. V. Sinclair, 890.30. Nipissing, 
T. E. McKee, 20.00; G. M. Miller, 92.95. Norfolk, J. K. Mackay, 446.90; 

G. W. Morley, 402.09; Northumberland and Durham, W. F. Kerr, 82.00. 
Ontario, A. C. Kingston, 417.50; F. L. Ward, 377.50; W. H. Williams, 948.90. 
Oxford, R. N. Ball, 76.00. Parry Sound, W. L.Haight, 77.00. Perth, P. White, 
391.05. Peel, A. G. Davis, 20.00; D. G. Mcintosh, 187.95. Peterborough, V. J. 
McElderry, 20.00. Prescott and Russell, C. W. A. Marion, 20.00. Prince 
Edward, M. R. Allison, 20.00; M. B. Tudhope, 589.72. Rainy River, N. L. 
Croom, 62.00; M. J. O'Connor, 810.13. Renfrew, M. Doctor, 249.00; H. B. 
Johnson, 20.00. Simcoe, F. G. Evans, 26.00. Stormont, Dundas and 
Glengarry, J. G. Harkness, 126.00. Sudbury, T. F. Battle, 423.75; U. McFad- 
den, 280.40. Temiskaming, A. C. Heighington, 208.55; F. L. Smiley, 106.00. 
Thunder Bay, H. Keifer, 482.00. Toronto and York, A. B. Cunningham, 
1,997.50; R. V. Sinclair, 4,108.60; P. White, 1,392.00. Victoria, J. E. Anderson, 
256.00; S. R. Broadfoot, 1,392.17. Waterloo, A. G. Chisholm, 254.50. Welland, 
T. H. Lennox, 1,068.00. Wellington, J. M. Kearns, 40.00. Wentworth, 

T. H. Lennox, 574.00; P. White, 849.25; W. H. Williams, 1,850.55 34,779 74 

General Litigation ($3,060.94) 

Angus and Stonehouse, reporting, 37.60; Blake and Redden, services re fisheries, 
789.77; L. A. Cusson, translation, 15.00; Freshfields, Leese & Munns, cable 
charges, 3.73; Hogg and Hogg, services re aerial navigation, 370.60; J. H. Kene- 
han, copies of argument, 108.00; D. L. McCarthy, legal services, 150.00; J. R. L. 
Starr, services re freight rates, 1,586.24 3,060 94 

Commissions and Sundry Investigations ($39,194.10) 

Auto Insurance Rate Inquiry. — Business Messenger Service, letter service, 3.00; 
Campbell & Reade, Ltd., mimeographing, 209.81; W. C. Coo, reporting, 3,473.70; 
travelling expenses, 450.91; R. L. Foster, travelling expenses, 1,040.96; R. L. 
Foster & E. Lee, accountable, 2,342.11; Hon. Justice Hodgins, accountable, 
1,000.00; King's Printer, 719.57; E. M. Lee, services, 2,283.68; travelling expenses, 
481.50; disbursements, 355.68; Might Directories, Ltd., mailing service, 48.78; 
Stone & Cox, Ltd., stationery, 97.48; A. Sweetman, services, 30.00; Toronto 
Daily Star, advertising, 12.00; Toronto Evening Telegram, advertising, 17.10; 
Toronto Globe, advertising, 14.40; Toronto Mail & Empire, advertising, 18.90; 
Woodward, Fondiller & Ryan, actuarial services, 25,177.71; disbursements, 
1,416.81 39,194 10 

Conference on improving laws in the Provinces, Grants and Travelling 
Expenses ($564.60) 

A. M. Dymond, travelling expenses, 64.60; J. D. Falconbridge, grant, 300.00; R. M. 

Fisher, grant, 200.00 564 60 



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County Law Libraries ($4,000.00) 

Brant, 100.00; Bruce, 100.00; Carleton, 100.00; Cochrane, 100.00; Dufferin, 100.00; 
Elgin, 100.00; Essex, 100.00; Frontenac, 100.00; Grey, 100.00; Haldimand, 100.00; 
Hamilton, 100.00; Hastings, 100.00; Huron, 100.00; Kenora, 100.00; Kent, 
100.00; Lambton, 100.00; Lanark, 100.00; Leeds and Grenville, 100.00; Lincoln, 
100.00; Lindsay, 100.00; Middlesex, 100.00; Norfolk 100.00; Northumberland, 
100.00; Ontario, 100.00; Oxford, 100.00; Perth, 100.00; Peterborough, 100.00; 
Prescott and Russell, 100.00; Rainy River, 100.00; Renfrew, 100.00; Sault Ste. 
Marie, 100.00; Simcoe, 100.00; Stormont, 100.00; Sudbury, 100.00; Temiskaming, 
100.00; Thunder Bay, 100.00; Waterloo, 100.00; Welland, 100.00; Wellington, 
100.00; York, 100.00 4,000 00 

Compassionate allowances for incapacitated officers ($1,400.00) 

M. Brennan, 1,200.00; T. Dougherty, 200.00 1,400 00 

Administration of the Security Frauds Prevention Act, Services and 
Expenses ($9,797.00) 

Prof. E. A. Allent, services, 25.00; Mrs. M. M. Bell, reporting, 9.00; W. A. Brant, 
disbursements, 375.00; N. R. Butcher & Co., Ltd., reporting, 123.60; S. A. 
Caldbick, legal services, 96.10; Canadian Press Clipping Services, clippings, 
25.60; Clarkson, Gordon, Dilworth, Guilfoyle and Nash, professional services, 
165.65; F. Clithero, reporting, 817.40; Commerce Clearing House, stocks and 
bonds, law service, 30.00; W. C. Coo, reporting, 53.85; Dictating Machine Co., 
Ltd., inspections and rentals, 210.32; Ediphone Co. of Canada, Ltd., 99.95; 
Mrs. M. C. Eyre, reporting, 31.00; W. J. A. Fair, accountable, 100.00; travelling 
expenses, 1,063.05; F. W. S. Galbraith, transcribing, 10.00; Grant, Godfrey Co., 
services. 799.15; Eva Guide, reporting, 31.15; E. C. Gurnett, travelling expenses, 
13.00; N. Harris, services, 3,000.00; accountable, 175.00; travelling expenses, 
242.10; F. Page Higgins&Co., services, 200.00; R. A. Holmes, typing, 10.00; L. 
A. Kearns, reporting, 52.30; King's Printer, 100.99; O. T. Monk, reporting, 57.96; 
Ontario Research Foundation, travelling expenses, 57.44; Rapid Grip, Ltd., photos, 
25.04; J. A. Reid, services, 470.14; A. W. Rogers, disbursements, 182.01; travel- 
ling expenses, 84.45; K. F. Sadlier, reporting, 66.15; J. Sedgwick, travelling 
expenses, 55.40; J. S. Smith, services, 35.00; H. O. Taylor, reporting, 78.00; G. 
A. Thompson, reporting, 791.20; Wells Academy, reporting, 35.00 9,797 00 

To pay judgment for damages in Lavis vs. Cookman, Provincial 

Constable, arising out of an automobile accident whilst on 

duty ($1,643.47) 

G. Cookman, judgment for damages 1,643 47 

Grant to E. R. Cameron to assist in preparation of his book on Canadian 

Constitution ($1,000.00) 

E. R. Cameron, grant 1,000 00 

General $151,123.02 

Commutation of Fees, Judges of Surrogate ($2,820.92) 

His Honour Judge Mahon 384 32 His Honour Judge Ruddy 666 00 

" O'Brien 438 60 * " " Wismer 666 00 

" Reynolds.. . . 666 00 2,820 92 

His Honour Judge Hewson, District Judge of the District of Manitoulin, 
for acting as Surrogate Judge in the District of Sudbury 
during vacancy in that office ($297.10) 
His Honour Judge Hewson, services 297 10 

Allowance to District Judges ($500.00) 
(R.S.O. 1927, Chap. 90, Sec. 17) 

His Honour Judge Hall 125 00 

" Hayward 125 00 

" Leask 125 00 

" McKay 125 00 

Commutation of Fees $3,618.02 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



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SUPREME COURT 

Salaries ($86,406.38) 

Jessie C. Wylie Junior Librarian Assistant 12 months 

R. N. Davies Stenographer and Reporter 12 " 

E. M. Coles Secretarial Stenographer 12 " 

Laura E. Farrow Stenographer to Judges 12 " 

H.Loveys " " 12 " 

Master's Office 



1,125 00 

2,000 00 

1,600 09 

1,600 00 

1,600 00 



Geo. A. Drew. 
I. Hilliard. . . . 
W.J. Reilly.. 
E. W. Boyd.. 
O. E. Lennox. 
A. E. Bastedo 



Master 12 months 

Assistant Master 11 " 

« " 12 " 

" « 12 " 

a u j2 " 

Head Clerk '. '.'.'. '. '. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. ".ylfi " 

Registrar's Office 



E. Harley Registrar 12 months 

D'Arcy Hinds Assistant Registrar, Group 1 12 " 

Clarence Bell " " Group 1 12 " 

E. A. Trow " " Group 1 12 « 

C. J. McCabe " " Group 2 12 " 

Cyril E.Rudge " " Group 2 12 " 

W. S. Anderson Surrogate Clerk 12 " 

Fred W. Scott Principal Clerk 12 " 

R. W. Ralfe " " 12 " 

W.J. Davies " " 12 " 

Lewis C. Ling Senior Clerk 12 " 

George K. McBride Clerk 12 

Mrs. F. B. Reade " Group 2 9 

Marjory Colloton " 12 

Belle J. Currie Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 12 

Mary M. Staples " " Group 1 12 



M. L. Garvey Clerk Typist. . 

C. G. Spanner Stenographic Reporter 

A.S.Marriott 

A. P. Gorman 

Wm. Denne Usher and Messenger 

R. A. Walker " " 

T. S. Chambers " " 

N. J. Harrison Allowance to Housekeeper. 



J. F. McGillivray, 



Taxing Office 
. Taxing Officer 



4 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

12 



12 months 



7,000 00 
4,280 55 
4,600 00 
4,000 00 
2,666 66 
3,000 00 



5,000 00 

3,300 00 

3,300 00 

3,300 00 

3,000 00 

2,550 00 

2,500 00 

2,400 00 

2,400 00 

2,300 00 

1,900 00 

1,600 00 

824 94 

900 00 

1,125 00 

1,050 00 

241 44 

2,000 00 

2,000 00 

2,000 00 

1,400 00 

1,700 00 

542 70 

200 00 



5,400 00 



Contingencies ($8,999.43) 

Temporary Services. — Edith Boys, clerk stenographer at 81.25 per mo., 975.00; 
Dorothy Bristol, clerk at 100.00 per mo., 765.38; S. Bryant, office boy at 43.75 
per mo., 371.79; H. W. Folkes, clerk at 62.50 per mo., 750.00; Ivan Garrity, 
clerk at 5.00 per diem, 85.00; M. L. Garvey, junior clerk typist, at 62.50 per 
mo., 531.25; A. Stubbard, office boy at 43.75 per mo., 163.21 



Miscellaneous. — Angus & Stonehouse, 
procedure, 15.00; Burroughs & Co., 
attending court, 22.00; Canada Law 
Co., Ltd., law reports, 326.50; W. C. 
40.00; General Office Equipment 
Harcourt & Son, Ltd., gowns, 50.00 
stenographic services, 31.00; W. W. 
writer Co., Ltd., inspections, 142 
200.00; telegrams, 112.36; telephone 



3,641 63 



reporting, 12.00; A. E. Bastedo, copies of 
subscription reports, 33.00; A. E. Cabaldu, 
Book Co., Ltd., law reports, 38.00; Carswell 
Coo, reporting, 24.00; M. C. Coo, reporting, 
Corporation, maintenance service, 36.00; 

; King's Printer, 4,157.95; Mrs. J. D. Manly, 
Perry, attending court, 10.00; United Type- 

29. Sundries — car tickets, 45.00; postage, 
47.85; petty disbursements, 14.85 5,357 



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Allowances to Judges under R.S.O. 1927, Chap. 89 ($18,916.66) 

First Divisional Court 

The Right Hon. Sir William Mulock, K.C.M.G., P.C., C.J.O 1,000 00 

The Hon. James Magee, J.A 1,000 00 

The Hon. F. E. Hodgins, J.A 1,000 00 

The Hon. W. E. Middleton, J.A 1 ,000 00 

The Hon. D. I. Grant, J.A 1,000 00 

Second Divisional Court 

The Hon. F. R. Latchford, C.J 1,000 00 

The Hon. W. R. Riddell, J.A 1,000 00 

The Hon. C. A. Masten, J.A 1,000 00 

The Hon. J. F. Orde, J.A 1,000 00 

The Hon. R. G. Fisher, J 1,000 00 

High Court Division 

The Hon. R. M. Meredith, C.J.C.P., President 916 66 

The Hon. H. T. Kelly, J 1,000 00 

The Hon. H. E. Rose, J 1,000 00 

The Hon. W. A. Logie, J 1,000 00 

The Hon. W. H. Wright, J 1,000 00 

The Hon. J. M. McEvoy, J 1,000 00 

The Hon. W. E. Raney, J 1,000 00 

The Hon. Nicol Jeffery, J 1,000 00 

The Hon. C. Garrow, J 1,000 00 

Grant to Judges' Library for Upkeep ($700.00) 

Treasurer Judges' Library 700 00 

Grant to Judges' Library (Chancery) S.C.O. ($600.00) 

Lawrence Boyd 600 00 

Allowance to Treasurer of Judges' Petty Expense Fund ($700.00) 

Hon. W. E. Middleton 700 00 

Supreme Court $116,322.47 

LAW ENFORCEMENT ($907,715.51) 

Payments Made Pursuant to The Constables' Act, R.S.O. 1927, 
Chap. 125, sec. 35 

Ontario Provincial Police 

Salaries ($559,532.14) 

V. A. S. Williams Commissioner of Police for Ontario 12 months 6,000 00 

A. Cuddy Assistant Commissioner 12 " 4,200 00 

J. Miller Senior Inspector, C.I.B 12 " 3,200 00 

A. B. Boyd Inspector, C.I.B 12 " 3,200 00 

W. H. Stringer " " 12 " 3,200 00 

E. D. L. Hammond " " 12 " 3,000 00 

A. H. Ward " " 12 " 3,000 00 

E. C. Gurnett " LC.A.I.B 12 " 2,775 00 

W. G. Dobson Clerk 12 " 2,000 00 

F. E. Elliott Chief Inspector, L.C.A.I.B 12 " 3,262 50 

A. E. Sarvis Inspector, L.C.A.I.B ±y 2 " 1,012 50 

H.Graham " " 12 " 2,550 00 

A. R. Elliott " " 12 " 2,400 00 

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Law Enforcement — Continued 
Ontario Provincial Police — Salaries, Continued 

W. C. Killing Staff Inspector 12 months 3,000 00 

A. Moss " " 12 " 3,000 00 

E. T. Doyle " " 12 " 2,400 00 

J. J. Monkman Accountant 12 " 2,700 00 

E. C. Hoag Secretarial Stenographer 12 " 1,750 00 

G. T. Kernick Senior Clerk 12 " 1,700 00 

E. H. Jackson Clerk 12 " 1,300 00 

E. W. Palin Stenographer 9% " 813 36 

P. McKessock " 12 " 1,125 00 

C.F.Moore " 12 " 1,125 00 

B. I. Pidgeon Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,300 00 

A. M. Bell Junior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 918 75 

N. Phelps Office Boy 12 " 750 00 

A. Swan " " 12 ■ 525 00 

J. A. Grant Inspector, Motorcycle Police 1 l / 2 " 1,575 02 

B. M. Gregg Clerk, Group 1 3 " 276 30 

M. McBride " Stenographer dY 2 " 492 78 

Mrs. Orpha E. Edwards.. . . " Group 1 5 l / 2 " 446 87 

N. M. Carrie Office Boy 6 l / 2 " 291 55 

H. McCullough Clerk, Temporary ty 2 " 153 29 

District Inspectors.— F. B. Taber, 2,675.00; C. F. Airey, 2,550.00; C. A. Jordon, 
2,550.00; W. H. Lougheed, 2,550.00; W. T. Moore, 2,550.00; J. H. Putman, 
2,550.00; H. Gardner, 2,400.00; A. H. Palmer, 2,400.00; E. A. Rae, 2,400.00; 
W. G. Ingram, 2,350.00; A. E. Storie, 2,300.00; P. Walter, 2,275.00; S. Oliver, 
2,100.00 31,650 00 

Sergeants.— T. W. Cousans, 2,100.00; R. Cox, 2,100.00; F. B. Creasy, 2,100.00; 
G. W. Delves, 2,100.00; F. Gardner, 2,100.00; P. T. Hake, 2,100.00; E. Hand, 
2,100.00; A. R. Knight, 2,100.00; M. McNamara, 1,225.00; F. Melville, 2,100.00; 
S. H. Bush, 2,050.00; W. A. Page, 2,000.00 24,175 00 

Constables.— W. Anderson, 316.64; W. H. Boyd, 1,900.00; F. Buchanan, 1,900.00; 
H. Butler, 1,900.00; L. C. Carr, 1,875.00; G. V. Clubbe, 1,900.00; F. Coulthart, 
474.96; A. Craik, 1,900.00; F. Devlin, 1,900.00; R. G. Elliott, 1,900.00; W. B. 
Elliott, 1,900.00; W. A. Embleton, 1,900.00; G. O. Grassick, 1,900.00; H. T. 
Hammer, 1,900.00; L. S. Hardwick, 1,900.00; E. F. Hartleib, 1,900.00; E. W. 
Keen, 1,900.00; J. Kelly, 1,900.00; J. A. Kenny, 1,900.00; C. H. Knight, 1,900.00; 
R. P. Labelle, 1,900.00; G. MacKay, 1,900.00; W. H. Metcalfe, 1,900.00; T. W. 
Mitchell, 1,900.00; F. J. Naphan, 1,900.00; J. Nelson, 1,900.00; W. C. Oliver, 
1,900.00; K. A. Patterson, 1,900.00; R. Purvis, 1,900.00; J. W. Reavley, 1,900.00; 
V. T. Reed, 1,900.00; T. P. K. Robinson, 1,900.00; W. A. Scott, 1,900.00; J. A. 
Shields, 1,900.00; D. Silvester, 1,900.00; F. Simpson, 1,900.00; H. Storey, 
1,996.03; H. E. Thompson, 1,900.00; F. Wetherall, 1,266.56; A. F. Whiteside, 
1,900.00; E. F. Widmeyer, 1,900.00; T. Wilkinson, 1,900.00; Wm. Wood, 
1,900.00; R. G. Beatty, 1,800.00; G. B. Carmichael, 1,800.00; G. E. Cookman, 
1,800.00; T. G. Corsie, 1,800.00; L. A. Denton, 1,875.00; W. D. Duncan, 1,800.00; 
W. M. Durnford, 1,825.00; W. J. Franks, 1,800.00; H. Gibson, 1,825.00; W. E. 
Law, 174.26; E. V. McNeill, 1,800.00; B. Milligan, 1,825.00; T. H. Owens, 
1,825.00; J. N. Page, 1,825.00; D. H. Porter, 1,875.00; E. L. Priest, 1,800.00; 
J. A. Rowe, 1,800.00; C. N. C. Smaill, 1,800.00; J. A. Stringer, 1,800.00; J. Allen, 
1,775.00; H. V. Allsopp, 1,750.00; R. J. Beatty, 1,725.00; S. Berard, 1,700.00; 
J. Berry, 1,775.00; W. Bertrand, 1,775.00; J. R. Brown, 1,725.00; W. R. Byrne, 
1,750.00; T. Campbell, 1,750.00; D. Campeau, 1,775.00; W. J. Carey, 1,700.00; 
W. R. Caverley, 1,700.00; B. L. Cayen, 1,775.00; J. Clark, 1,750.00; H. Cole, 
1,725.00; J. V. Considine, 1,775.00; S. H. Cooke, 1,725.00; J. R. Dickson, 1,700.00; 
L. S. Evans, 1,725.00; G. H. Falls, 1,700.00; G. W. Farrow, 1,750.00; W. F. Gray, 
1,725.00; E. L. Harris, 1,775.00; T. A. Houldcroft, 1,775.00; B. C. Jakeman, 
1,775.00; G. W. Kiernan, 1,750.00; A. MacLeod, 1,775.00; A. R. MacLeod, 
1,700.00; E. J. MacMillan, 1,700.00; W. C. MacMillan, 66.66; J. S. McBain, 
1,750.00; W. H. McBrien, 1,700.00; S. V. McClelland, 1,750.00; O. McClevis, 
1,725.00; R. A. McCuaig, 1,700.00; A. McDougall, 1,725.00; J. McGetrick, 
1,750.00; J. McKee, 1,775.00; H. McPhail, 283.32; D. P. Morris, 1,750.00; 
B. Mulholland, 1,700.00; J. Nixon, 1,700.00; H. Noble, 1,775.00; P. J. O'Connell, 
821.05; A. J. Oliver, 1,700.00; H. H. Peel, 1,700.00; A. J. Phalen, 754.55; J. Pike, 
1,725.00; W. R. Pringle, 1,750.00; R. Reynolds, 1,700.00; I. Robbie, 1,725.00; 



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Brought forward 448,050 90 

Law Enforcement — Continued 

Ontario Provincial Police — Salaries, Continued 

W. A. T. Robinson, 1,750.00; J. F. Rose, 1,750.00; J. A. Semple, 1,700.00; D. C. 
Shervill, 1,700.00; W. E. Smith, 1,775.00; D. R. Stewart, 1,725.00; C. Taylor, 
1,700.00; G. E. Taylor, 1,700.00; C. W. Wood, 1,725.00; T. R. Wright, 1,775.00; 
S. Young, 1,775.00; F. W. Barrett, 1,600.00; J. Bartlett, 1,675.00; W. A. Bayes, 
1,625.00; T. W. Bell, 1,266.82; R. E. Carter, 1,675.00; W. V. C. Chisholm, 
1,594.32; E. J. Cleland, 1,675.00; B. L. Drennan, 1,625.00; A. S. Ericksen, 
1,600.00; M. W. Ericksen, 1,675.00; H. O. Finger, 1,650.00; C. G. Hayes, 1,675.00; 
J. Higgins, 1,625.00; T. W. Higgins, 1,650.00; L. E. James, 1,625.00; W. J. 
Johnston, 1,585.55; F. C. Kelly, 1,675.00; T. J. Kennedy, 1,675.00; H. C. N. 
Langton, 1,625.00; E. W. Lloyd, 1,675.00; G. J. Maguire, 1,675.00; J. H. 
Marsland, 1,650.00; P. E. McCoy, 1,650.00; D. McCulloch, 1,650.00; T. M. 
McDonough, 1,650.00: A. L. Mennie, 1,675.00: I. R. Morrow, 1,199.88: G. T. 
Murdock, 1,625.00; H. Noakes, 583.53; R. E. Noble, 1,675.00; T. W. Oldfield, 
1,675.00; R. S. Patterson, 1,600.00; T. E. Pearson, 1,675.00; J. W. F. Pretorius, 
1,625.00; H. Ramsbottom, 1,625.00; T. Richardson, 1,675.00; T. Riding, 1,625.00; 
F. Scott, 1,675.00; A. M. Shaughnessy, 1,675.00; L. L. Shipley, 1,625.00; C. E. 
Smith, 1,675.00; M. Spearman, 1,675.00; A. W. Stewart, 1,650.00; V. A. Taylor, 
1,675.00; F. C. Thurston, 1,625.00; W. G. Tomlinson, 1,625.00; F. Tompkins, 
1,600.00; L. A. Tregenza, 1,625.00; D. E. Wilson, 1,625.00; R. L. Woods, 1,675.00; 
F. R. Bromfield, 1,589.88; A. W. R. Pinner, 16.44; W. H. Clark, 1,399.99; W. 
Devonald, 843.32; W. A. Markle, 1,333.33; H. C. Ostrander, 1,333.33; R. J. 
Whiting, 1,500.00; P. J. Poland, 1,259.40; R. O. Stromberg, 1,226.52; A. Kidd, 
1,093.80; W. A. Diamond, 1,080.90; J. T. Goudie, 1,080.90; A. F. Grant, 
1,080.91; H. N. Lloyd, 1,080.91; J. F. MacLean, 1,080.91; A. R. Peters, 1,345.81; 
T.S.Crawford, 1,017.52; R. Crozier, 1,017.52; J. B. Sheff, 1,067.52; R.J. Taggart 
1,067.52; H. E. Blair, 950.00; D. Hamilton, 986.16; A. Somerville, 741.83; A. R. 
Clark, 814.00; W. G. Ferguson, 847.06; E. A. Shepard, 847.11; S. G. Burgess, 
684.19; D. G. Campbell, 674.33; E. A. Hoath, 684.19; W. J. McBride, 684.19; 
W. N. Peters, 684.19; P. P. Seibert, 684.16; A. S. Wilson, 684.19; J. W. McCord, 
663.79; Wm. McNab, 640.78; Wm. Noyes, 634.20; H. S. Johns, 450.62; F. R. 
Jarvis, 397.99; J. M. Douglas, 150.00; D. G. Sutherland, 150.00; N. R. Vyse, 
150.00; J. E. Johnson, 129.59; R. E. Penner. 82.88 329,941 01 

Special Constables.— E. Zinkann, 2,000.00; J. Gagne, 1,900.00; A. DeHaitre, 
1,800.00; M. H. Moore, 1,800.00; R. Reevely, 1,800.00; M. Side, 1,800.00; 
J. J. McGregor, 1,700.00; H. Wright, 1,800.00; J. A. Darrach, 1,600.00; R. 
Edmonds, 1,600.00; W. Warren, 1,675.00; J. Stewart, 875.00; P. Gray, 1,475.00; 
F. Hill, 1,475.00; W. J. Thomlinson, 1,475.00; D. B. Wagar, 1,475.00; R. K. 
Fraser, 1,137.43 27,387 43 

Motor Cycle Patrol. — F. G. Jerome, 635.51; T. G. P. Lucas, 635.51; Sydney Hunter, 
635.51; G. Archer, 284.18; L. Byles, 544.73; D. H. Darby, 544.73; A. J. Davies, 
544.73; P. Dowsley, 544.73; A. Ferguson, 544.73; W. O. Frink, 544.73; G. 
Hallick, 544.73; S. A. Hilliard, 544.73; H. W. Howell, 544.73; T. L. G. Howell, 
544.73; Clarence Hunter, 544.73; A. Jackson, 544.73; J. Kay, 544.73; R. Lemon, 
544.73; L. A. Montgomery, 544.73; H. R. Ransom, 544.73; W. A. Reid, 294.05; 
A. E. Reilly, 544.73; J. W. Rowcliffe, 544.73; A. R. Smith, 544.73; I. R. Spencer, 
544.73; D. W. Wilson, 544.73; A. E. Bond, 514.46; G. E. Buck, 514.46; P. Cahill, 
514.46; J. S. Culp, 514.44; V. H. Detenbeck, 514.46; N. R. Gardner, 514.46; 
P. E. Harkness, 514.46; Chas. Hefferon, 514.46; M. L. Herrington, 117.41; 
J. M. Hinchcliffe, 514.46; Clifford Hood, 514.46; D. H. Huffman, 514.46; E. 
Jess, 514.46; H. Jillings, 514.46; George Law, 514.46; B. Le Grand, 514.46; 
H. F. Lemon, 514.46; A. E. Martin, 514.46; Glenn McQueen, 514.46; John 
Montgomery, 514.46; Burt C. Moore, 514.46; J. J. Palmer, 514.46; D. H. Rogers, 
514.44; Clark Russell, 514.46; C. F. Rymal, 249.75; J. E. Seabrook, 514.46; 
E. S. Spence, 514.46; H. W. Swain, 514.46; Wm. F. S. Thompson, 514.46; D. F. 
Bell, 484.19; F. R. T. Blucher, 484.19; D. H. Brown, 484.19; J. W. Callander, 
484.19; J. A. Casselman, 448.17; W. H. Coles, 484.19; R. S. Dukes, 484.19; 
S. Ervine, 484.19; H. J. Foxton, 484.19; R. H. Hawkshaw, 484.19; A. E. Hornick, 
484.19; F. W. Kirk, 484.19; E. D. Kyle, 484.19; T. E. Logan, 484.19; L. A. Mc- 
Clure, 484.19; W. A. Melbourne, 484.19; E. C. Mitchener, 484.19; N. Norris, 
484.19; J. H. Palmer, 484.19; C. E. Parmenter, 484.19; E. G. Purves, 484.19; 
L. Rawlins, 484.19; W. Shultis, 484.19; O. E. Storey, 484.19; W. V. Summerfield, 
484.19; G. R. Waud, 484.19; J. L. Whitty, 484.19; A. Witts, 484.19; H. F. 
Jackman, 404.37; C. Johns, 404.37; J. I. Mitchell, 404.37; J. C. Massingham, 
404.37; James T. Cooke, 314.86; Geo. H. Richardson, 404.37 44,039 64 



Carried forward 850,417 31 



D 16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 850,417 31 

Law Enforcement — Continued 

Ontario Provincial Police — Salaries, Continued 

Drivers and Mechanics.— D. M. Bond, 1,800.00; B. F. Harper, 1,800.00; M. S. 
Amey, 1,500.00; J. E. Cantwell, 1,500.00; E. Hales, 1,500.00; L. Lonsdale, 
1,500.00; H. D. Sarvis, 1,500.00; G. Segar, 1,500.00; C. Sharp, 1,500.00; H. 
Braney, 1,350.00; W. C. Jones, 1,325.00; W. J. D. Kennedy, 1,400.00; A. Pearson, 
1,400.00; J. M. Thomas, 1,350.00; A. Kidd, 379.16; C. E. Dearborn, 1,225.00; 
W. A. Diamond, 350.00; H. B. Lindsay, 1,270.00; D. E. Hurl, 829.59; A. V. 
Dymond, 950.00; A. K. Cumming, 874.98; C. R. Armstrong, 703.29; A. E. Cook, 
403.29; J. H. Lindop, 325.00; L. E. Nix, 129.59 28,364 90 

District Headquarters, Clerk Stenographers. — Maretta Campbell, 975.00; Annie 
Cordner, 975.00; Myrtle Hodgkins, 975.00; Mary Gray, 975.00; Alice Jones, 
975.00; Aileen Thomas, 975.00; B. Tremeer, 975.00; D. Kidney, 825.00; Grace 
Clark, 656.24; Minnie McCulloch, 225.00 8,531 24 

Temporary Salaries, Travelling Expenses and Disbursements ($62,272.28) 

Sundry officers 62,272 28 

Ontario Provincial Police— District Disbursements ($191,348.99) 

District No. 1 — Headquarters, London. — Comprising the Counties of 
Lambton, Kent, Middlesex, Elgin, Oxford, Brant anf Norfolk: 

Criminal disbursements 13,753 21 

L.C.A. disbursements 7,540 1 1 

21,293 32 

Less costs recovered 10,379 38 

10,913 94 

District No. 2 — Headquarters, Niagara Falls. — Comprising the Counties 
of Haldimand, Wentworth, Lincoln and Welland: 

Criminal disbursements 8,965 77 

L.C.A. disbursements 5,778 33 



8,006 48 



14,744 10 
Less costs recovered 6,737 62 

District No. 3 — Headquarters, Kitchener. — Comprising the Counties of 
Bruce, Grey, Huron, Perth, Wellington, Waterloo and Dufferin: 

Criminal disbursements 14,558 53 

L.C.A. disbursements 9,310 74 

23,869 27 
Less costs recovered 7,517 66 

16,351 61 

District No. 4 — Headquarters, Barrie. — Comprising the Counties of 
York, Peel, Ontario, Halton, Simcoe, Muskoka and Parry Sound: 

Criminal disbursements. . 15,291 04 

L.C.A. disbursements 7,215 81 

22,506 85 
Less costs recovered 7,390 37 

15,116 48 

District No. 5 — Headquarters, Belleville. — Comprising the Counties of 
Victoria, Haliburton, Peterborough, Northumberland and Durham, 
Hastings, Prince Edward and Lennox and Addington : 

Criminal disbursements 16,401 17 

L.C.A. disbursements 6,380 96 

22,782 13 
Less costs recovered 13,815 71 

8,966 42 



Carried forward 1,007,942 33 



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Brought forward 1,007,942 33 

Law Enforcement — Continued 
Ontario Provincial Police — District Disbursements — Continued 

District No. 6 — Headquarters, Ottawa. — Comprising the Counties of 
Renfrew, Frontenac, Leeds, Lanark, Carleton, Grenville, Russell, 
Prescott, Glengarry and Dundas and Stormont: 

Criminal disbursements 19,588 15 

L.C.A. disbursements 14,608 35 



34,196 50 
Less costs recovered 9,803 73 

District No. 7 — Headquarters, Cobalt. — Comprising the Districts of 
Timiskaming, Nipissing and Northern portion of Algoma: 

Criminal disbursements 19,145 91 

L.C.A. disbursements 6,638 82 

25,784 73 
Less costs recovered 3,079 71 



District No. 8 — Headquarters, Sudbury. — Comprising the Districts of 
Sudbury, Manitoulin Island and Southern Algoma: 

Criminal disbursements 15,806 97 

L.C.A. disbursements 7,259 74 

23,066 71 
Less costs recovered 3,430 88 



District No. 9 — Headquarters, Port Arthur. — Comprising the Districts 
of Thunder Bay, Kenora and Rainy River: 

Criminal disbursements 17,284 98 

L.C.A. disbursements 5,375 39 

22,660 37 
Less costs recovered 2,764 60 



Hamilton Special District — Headquarters, Hamilton. — Comprising the 
City of Hamilton and County of Wentworth: 

Criminal disbursements 981 15 

L.C.A. disbursements 4,469 12 

5,450 27 
Less costs recovered 221 45 



Toronto Special District — Headquarters, Toronto. — Comprising the City 
of Toronto and County of York: 

Criminal disbursements 522 15 

L.C.A. disbursements 1,563 83 

2,085 98 
Less costs recovered 357 00 



Windsor Special District — Headquarters, Windsor. — Comprising the 
Cities of Windsor, Sandwich, Walkerville, Ford City and Riverside, 
and the balance of the County of Essex: 

Criminal disbursements 2,958 16 

L.C.A. disbursements 16,660 89 

19,619 05 
Less costs recovered 5,200 22 



24,392 77 



22.705 02 



19,635 83 



19,895 77 



5,228 82 



1.728 98 



14,418 83 



Carried forward 1,115,948 35 



D 18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 1,115,948 35 

Law Enforcement — Continued 

Ontario Provincial Police — District Disbursements — Continued 

Motorcycle Patrol — Headquarters, Toronto: 

Criminal disbursements 17,379 40 

Depreciation allowance on motorcycles 7,027 26 

24,406 66 

Less costs recovered 418 62 

23,988 04 

Total District disbursements 191,348 99 

Travelling Expenses, Headquarters.— V. A. S. Williams, 321.30; Alfred Cuddy, 
121.75; W. C. Killing, 22.07; Arthur Moss, 187.19; E. T. Doyle, 1,018.18; F. E. 
Elliott, 322.60; A. R. Elliott, 105.75; Howard Graham, 1,202.30; A. E. Storie, 
129.20; A. E. Sarvis, 102.80; W. H. Boyd, Acting Inspector of Automobiles, re 
district cars, 157.54 3,690 68 

Insurance. — London Guarantee & Accident Co., Ltd., accident insurance, 3.45; 
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd., accident insurance, 13,514.24; 
James E. Dimock & Co., automobile and motorcycle fleet insurance, 2,514.22. . . 16,031 91 

Training School, Headquarters. — Maintenance allowance and disbursements of 

officers attending School of Instruction 2,340 91 

Criminal Investigation Branch. — Travelling expenses and disbursements 

of officers, C.LB 6,345 34 

Less costs recovered 1,989 21 

4,356 13 

Pinkerton's National Detective Agency, Inc. — Services 594 36 

Extradition expenses 307 64 



Automobiles, Supplies and Repairs. — Acme Caretakers' Supply Company, garage 
accessories, 14.50; Walter Andrews, Ltd., motorcycles and accessories, 2,229.63; 
Automobile & Supply, Ltd., automobile and accessories, 796.31; Auto Electric 
Service Co., Ltd., accessories, 5.10; B. C. Berry & Co., accessories, 12.50; British 
American Oil Co., Ltd., gasoline and oil, 1,490.81; Canadian General Electric 
Co., Ltd., garage accessories, 18.57; Consolidated Plate Glass Co., Ltd., auto 
accessories, 14.91; Collector of Customs, Toronto, duty, etc., 518.45; T. R. 
Coulter, automobile, 1,427.45; Cozens Spring Service Co., repairs, etc., 80.96; 
A. Cross & Co., accessories, 8.45; Cutten & Foster, Ltd., equipment and acces- 
sories, 81.25; Domestic Brake Service, repairs, 307.29; Dougall Motor Car Co., 
automobile, 1,150.00; Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co., Ltd., tires and tubes, 
68.00; Exide Batteries of Canada, Ltd., accessories, 58.23; Goodyear Tire & 
Rubber Co. of Canada, Ltd., tires, tubes, etc., 172.84; A. D. Gorrie & Co., Ltd., 
accessories, 67.86; Geo. Green Welding Co., repair service, 101.85; Gutta Percha 
& Rubber, Ltd., tires, tubes, etc., 556.05; G. A. Hardie & Co., garage accessories, 
40.91; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., garage accessories, 4.50; Imperial Oil, Ltd., auto 
grease, 18.41; Kennedy and Menton, motorcycle and parts, 614.00; Treasurer, 
County of Kent, automobile, 800.00; W. H. Lee, Ltd., automobile and acces- 
sories, 394.06; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., garage and auto accessories, 54.81; 
McColl-Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd., gasoline and oil, 2,383.62; McGee and Scully, 
repairs and parts, 2,777.35; McGill Hardware, Ltd., automobile, 905.00; 
McEachern & Sloan, Ltd., automobile, 455.00; McLaughlin Motor Car Co., 
Ltd., accessories, 12.04; J. W. Madigan, accessories, 13.25; Marmon Ontario 
Motors, Ltd., accessories, 27.00; Moore & Hughes, Ltd., accessories, 8.13; P. 
Morrison, automobile, 1,740.00; Motor Accessories & Supply Co., Ltd., acces- 
sories, 5.00; Motor Reconditioners of Canada, accessories, 42.25; Motor Tool 
Specialty Co., accessories, 9.20; National Automotive Parts, Ltd., accessories, 
307.38; Philmac Motors, Ltd., accessories, 67.22; Fred Powell Motors, Ltd., 
accessories, 106.49; Provincial Tire Corporation, tires and tubes, 1,151.90; 
See and Duggan Motors, Ltd., accessories, 7.24; Shell Company of Canada, 
Ltd., gasoline, 1,498.75; Robert Simpson Co., Ltd., garage equipment, 30.50; 
Robert Smeaton, automobile, 365.00; Solar Products Co., garage accessories, 
27.75; Solex Carburetors, Ltd., accessories, 16.67; Storm King Co., accessories, 



5,258 13 



Carried forward 1,167,258 02 



1929-30 ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT D 19 

Brought forward 1,167,258 02 

Law Enforcement — Continued 
Ontario Provincial Police — Continued 

121.60; Swayze's (Artcraft Top & Trimming), repairs, 190.77; Tires Sales & 
Maintenance Corporation, tires and tubes, 74.85; R. C. Todd & Co., garage 
accessories, 28.28; Toronto Battery & Electric Co., Ltd., accessories and service, 
222.19; Toronto Motor Car Co., Ltd., accessories, 27.85; Trelco, Ltd., accessories, 
4.96; United Motors Service, Incorporated, accessories, 158.22; Veterans' Cleansers 
Supply Co., garage accessories, 48.00; Wagner Electric Mfg. Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., accessories, 11.90; C. C. Wakefield & Co., Ltd., motor oil, 341.65; Went- 
worth Radio & Auto Supply Co., Ltd., auto accessories, 430.53; Wheel & Rim 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., repairs and parts, 19.80; Willys-Overland Sales Co., Ltd., 
automobiles and accessories, 4,382.96; W. H. Boyd, Acting Inspector of Auto- 
mobiles, Headquarters Garage, disbursements, 1,272.26 30,400 26 

Less Refunds: Union Insurance Co., 69.30; British American Oil 
Co., Ltd., 1.00; James E. Cantwell, 20.00; Soldiers' Aid Com- 
mission, 399.82 490 12 

29,910 14 



Uniforms and Equipment. — J. & A. Aziz, sweaters, 120.00; H. Barnard Stamp & 
Stencil Co., Ltd., badges, etc., 165.15; A. Conway Beacham, police whistles, 
45.49; Bernard Cairns, Ltd., badges, etc., 849.40; A. R. Clarke & Co., Ltd., 
coats, gauntlets, caps, etc., 2,013.68; Commissioner, R.C.M.P., Ottawa, finger 
print equipment, 60.00; Crown Tailoring Co., Ltd., uniforms, 872.20; C. B. 
Dayfoot & Co., boots, 225.15; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., goggles, 57.60; J. Fowlie, belts, 
batons and holsters, 648.85; J. R. Gaunt & Son, Canada, Ltd., uniform buttons, 
276.18; Gutta Percha & Rubber, Ltd., rubber boots, 24.70; Hamilton Uniform 
Cap Co., uniform caps, 599.29; Langley's, Ltd., cleaning, 3.00; Rice Lewis & 
Son, Ltd., revolvers, handcuffs, etc., 6,190.80; Percy A. McBride, gauntlets, 
leggings, etc., 106.00; Muir Cap Co., Ltd., police caps, 370.10; Rex Tailoring 
Co., Ltd., police uniforms, 9,627.52; F. E. Rosser, braker testers, 393.75; St. John 
Ambulance Association, first aid equipment, 276.10; Tower Canadian, Ltd., 
slickers, 722.14; Williams Shoe, Ltd., police boots, 833.85 24,480 95 

Office Supplies, Expenses and Equipment. — Border Cities Star, subscription, 8.00; 
Burroughs Adding Machine of Canada, inspections, etc., 15.50; Canadian 
National Express, express charges, 298.52; Canadian Narional Railway, freight 
charges, 3.72; Canadian National Telegraphs, telegrams, 114.07; Bernard Cairns, 
Ltd., seal, G.H.Q., 12.00; Canadian Pacific Express Co., express charges, 295.36; 
Canadian Pacific Railway Telegraphs, telegrams, 171.34; Department of Public 
Printing and Stationery, Ottawa, criminal codes, 48.00; Detective Publishing Co., 
subscription, 2.08; Globe Printing Co., subscriptions, 24.00; King's Printer, 
stationery and printing, 9,996.24; Mail and Empire, subscriptions, 18.00; Roneo 
Company of Canada, Ltd., equipment and supplies, 388.70; Edward Tobin, 
newspaper subscriptions, 24.00; Toronto Railway & Steamboat Guide, sub- 
scription, 7.50; Toronto Saturday Night, subscription, 4.00; C. L. Turnbull 
Co., Ltd., kardex equipment, 3.00; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., machines and 
service, 1,115.35 12,549 38 

Miscellaneous Payments. — Chief Constables' Association, annual subscription 300 00 

Law Enforcement $907,715.51 

TORONTO AND YORK CROWN ATTORNEY 

Salaries ($21,020.78) 

Eric N. Armour Crown Attorney 

J. W. McFadden Senior Assistant Crown Attorney 

H. H. Gordon Assistant Crown Attorney 

W.O.Gibson " " " 

F. I. Malone " " " 

Loretta Walsh Clerk 

M. I. Vanhorne Clerk Stenographer 11 

V. Maude Foster (temporary) . . " " 

Contingencies ($3,219.87) 
Temporary Services. — J. G. Collinson, services as Assistant Crown Attorney, 120.00; 
V. Maude Foster, clerk stenographer at 81.25 per mo., 53.12; C. F. Moore, 
Assistant Crown Attorney at 150.00 per mo., 1,800.00; J. L. Sheard, services as 
Assistant Crown Attorney, 165.00; Aubrey Wice, office boy at 43.75 per mo., 
525.00 2,663 12 



12 months 


7,500 00 


12 " 


4,400 00 


12 " 


3,300 00 


y* " 


246 57 


ny 2 ■ 


2,609 70 


12 ■ 


1,600 00 


11 " 


1,283 26 


1 " 


81 25 



Carried foreward 1,258,182 39 



12 months 


3,300 00 


12 " 


2,000 00 


12 " 


1,725 00 


12 " 


1,031 25 


12 " 


1,400 00 


12 " 


956 25 



D20 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 1,258,182 39 

Toronto and York Crown Attorney — Continued 
Contingencies — Continued 

Miscellaneous. — Burroughs & Co., books, 61.00; Canada Law Book Co., Ltd., books, 
39.00; Kelly Law Books, Ltd., books, 35.17; King's Printer, 73.76; A. G. Newall 
& Co., transcribing, 32.00; O'Keefe's Beverages, Ltd., water, 33.50; Sundries — 
newspapers and periodicals, 39.00; postage, 132.00; telegrams, 34.31; telephone, 
35.10; petty disbursements, 41.91 556 75 

Toronto and York Crown Attorney $24,240,65 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 
AUDIT OF JUSTICE ACCOUNTS 

Salaries ($10,412.50) 

Chas. A. Fitch Auditor of Criminal Justice Accounts 

E. A. Mockler Senior Clerk 

F. J. LeBrock " " 

Grace Haig Clerk 12 

M. Parkhill Senior Clerk Stenographer 

D. J. Knight Clerk Stenographer 

Contingencies ($856.93) 
Travelling Expenses.— C. A. Fitch 225 00 

Miscellaneous. — Burroughs Adding Machine, Ltd., service, 15.50; Canada Law 
Book Co., Ltd., books, 13.00; International Railway Publishing Co., guide, 6.00; 
King's Printer, 559.90; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., inspections, 24.00. 
Sundries — telegrams, 13.53 631 93 

General Administration of Justice in Counties ($489,643.68) 

County of.— Brant, 7,048.54; Bruce, 5,665.11; Carleton, 22,618.70; Dufferin, 
2,289.98; Elgin, 10,558.46; Essex, 17,899.45; Frontenac, 6,795.86; Grey, 3,522.48; 
Haldimand, 3,547.30; Halton, 5,521.43; Hastings, 6,333.09; Hamilton, 8,681.12; 
Huron, 3,754.88; Kent, 12,672.55; Lambton, 8,914.24; Lanark, 3,764.54; Leeds 
and Grenville, 6,204.88; Lennox and Addington, 3,635.68; Lincoln, 3,342.38; 
Middlesex, 8,721.86; Norfolk, 3,497.69; Northumberland and Durham, 9,335.72; 
Ontario, 7,647.65; Oxford, 3,982.05; Peel, 3,365.60; Perth, 17,074.10; Peter- 
borough, 6,257.90; Prescott and Russell, 3,535.28; Prince Edward, 3,868.18; 
Renfrew, 4,499.95; Simcoe, 8,884.38; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 6,212.58; 
Victoria, 5,564.40; Waterloo, 8,176.36; Toronto and York, 150,959.28; Welland, 
11,781.74; Wellington, 3,380.12; Wentworth, 13,980.30; York, 4,873.81 428,369 62 

Crown Attorneys, Salaries in Lieu of Fees. — J. S. Allen, Essex, 5,000.00; G. W. 
Ballard, Wentworth, 5,000.00; T. H. Dyre, Grey, 2,533.06; J. G. Harkness, 
Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 3,230.00; D. Holmes, Huron, 3,500.00; 
A. M. Judd, Middlesex, 6,000.00; W. E. Kelly, Norfolk, 4,050.00; J. M. Kearns, 
Wellington, 4,200.00; R. D. Evans, Dufferin, 1,400.00 34,913 06 

On Account of Prosecution of Brokers.— G. T. Clarkson & Co., 10,000.00; W. C. 

Eddis & Sons, 1,000.00; Edwards, Morgan & Co., 5,000.00; W. N. Tilley, 10,000.00 26,000 00 

Miscellaneous. — Canada Law Book Co., Ltd., manuals 361 00 

General Administration of Justice in Districts ($126,764.04) 

Algoma. — Canada Law Book Co., manual, 9.50; T. J. Foster, D.C.C., attending 
court, 86.86; W. Grainger, crier, 25.00; King's Printer, 135.63; C. M. Macreath, 
treasurer, 18,378.73; C. M. Macreath, sheriff, attending court, 270.00 18,905 72 

Cochrane. — Canada Law Book Co., manual, 9.50; S. Crails, constable, attending 
court, 5.00; King's Printer, 369.11; J. D. Mackay, treasurer, 12,413.52; K. 
MacNab, reporting, 1,326.30; W. L. Warrell, Deputy Clerk of the Crown, 
attending court, etc., 40.00 14,163 43 

Carried forward 1,792,721 40 



1929-30 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT 



D 21 



Brought forward 1,792,721 40 

General Administration of Justice in Districts — Continued 

Kenora. — Canada Law Book Co., Ltd., manual, 9.50; H. P. Cooke, crown attorney 
services, 2,120.00; King's Printer, 25.52; J. N. Ladouceur, D.C.C., attending 
court, 39.35; R. Nairn, treasurer, 8,308.68 10,503 05 

Manitoulin. — Canada Law Book Co., Ltd., manual, 9.50; King's Printer, 13.92; 

W. F. McRae, treasurer, 8,170.74 8,194 16 

Muskoka. — Canada Law Book Co., Ltd., manual, 9.50; King's Printer, 53.21; C. E. 

Lount, treasurer, 1,727.92; C. S. Salmon, D.C.C., expenses, 8.15 1,798 78 

Nipissing. — T. J. Bourke, treasurer, 8,478.79; T. J. Bourke, local registrar, attend- 
ing court, 16.50; Canada Law Book Co., Ltd., manual, 9.50; King's Printer, 48.88 8,553 67 

Parry Sound. — J. E. Armstrong, sheriff, attending court, 26.00; Canada Law Book 
Co., Ltd., manual, 9.50; A. Grier, crier, 3.00; W. L. Haight, crown attorney, 
services, 2,000.00; W. L. Haight, treasurer, 2,263.17; T. Keating, constable, 
attending court, 2.50; King's Printer, 51.03; F. Tasker, D.C.C., attending court, 
16.04 4,371 24 



Rainy River. — W. A. Baker, treasurer, 8,350.54; Canada Law Book Co., Ltd., 
manual, 9.50; King's Printer, 101.88; W. P. Pilkey, D.C.C., attending court, 



119.64 



8,581 56 



Sudbury. — W. S. Bissett, reporting, 125.00; travelling expenses, 11.35; A. H. Beath, 
D.C.C., attending court, 32.00; R. H. Brown, constable, attending court, 2.50; 
Canada Law Book Co., Ltd., manual, 9.50; Mrs. K. Coates, reporting, 187.50; 
King's Printer, 134.25; W. B. Common, travelling expenses, 2.85; A. Irving, 
treasurer, 20,316.94; A. Pomeroy, reporting, 1,187.50; travelling expenses, 96.42; 
E. D. Wilkins, crown attorney, services, 1,079.91 23,185 72 

Temiskaming. — Canada Law Book Co., Ltd., manual, 9.50; J. Gould, treasurer, 
9,722.80; King's Printer, 159.33; T. Meagher, D.C.C., attending court, 40.00; 
W. T. Moore, re search for V. Gaveau, 597.60 10,529 23 

Thunder Bay. — Canada Law Book Co., Ltd., manual, 9.50; G. Cottingham, services 
as engineer, 1,400.00; N. Edmeston, treasurer, 16,133.77; services, 151.27; N. 
Edmeston, sheriff, attending court, 75.00; King's Printer, 179.94; K. Munro, 
D.C.C., attending court, 28.00 ". 17,977 48 



POLICE MAGISTRATES ($119,427.42) 

Salaries ($105,365.53) 

Haworth Atkinson Kemptville 12 months 1,500 00 

S. B. Arnold Chatham 12 " 1,000 00 

Arthur S. Edward Espanola 12 " 1,900 00 

S. Atkinson Haileybury 12 " 3,600 00 

(clerical assistance). ... " " 300 00 

J. R. Blake Gait 12 " 1,600 00 

J. W. Bradshaw Kingston 12 " 1,383 35 

J. D. Broughton Parry Sound 12 " 1,920 00 

A. B. Carscallen Wallaceburg 12 " 1,000 00 

S. T. Chown Renfrew 12 " 2,500 00 

J. H. Campbell St. Catharines 12 " 1,300 00 

Frank Cook Midland 12 " 400 00 

J. E. Depew White River 12 " 2,500 00 

Douglas Davidson Mimico 12 " 1,500 00 

Helen D. Payne, reporter " 12 " 1,300 00 

Hugh Falconer Shelburne 12 " 800 00 

W. H. Floyd Cobourg 12 " 1,400 00 

Howard Gover Coldwater 12 " 1,000 00 

M. P. Graham Napanee 12 " 1,200 00 

R. E. Gunton Simcoe 12 " 2,450 00 

A. Hellyer Kenilworth 12 " 1,000 00 

Henry L. Cruso Fort Frances 12 " 2,000 00 

G. E. Copeland Penetanguishene 12 " 500 00 

W. A. Hogg Collingwood 12 " 600 00 



Carried forward 1,921,069 64 



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Brought forward 1,921,069 64 



Police Magistrates — Continued 
Salaries — Continued 

Compton, Jeffs Barrie 12 months 

G. A. Jordan Minden 12 " 



Ottawa 12 

. Kenora 12 

Almonte 12 

. Hawkesbury 12 

. Peterborough 12 

. Northbrook 12 

Stratford 12 



William Joynt 

J. A. Kinney 

J. T. Kirkland 

H. W. Lawlor 

O. A. Langley 

John L. Lloyd 

J. A. Makins 

" (clerical assistance) . . " 

J. C. Massie Dunnville 12 " 

C. F. Maxwell St. Thomas 12 " 

H. P. Moore Acton 12 " 

W. T. Malkin Bridgeburg 12 " 

W. C. Mikel Belleville 12 ■ 

F. W. Major Gore Bay 12 " 

Jos. G. Myers Bracebridge 12 " 

C. S. McGaughey North Bay 12 " 

John McCartney Wiarton 12 * 

J. S. McKessock Sudbury 12 " 

John C. Milligan Cornwall 12 " 

Jno. McCormack Winchester 12 " 

Daniel McCaughrin Orillia 12 " 

W. W. O'Brien Port Arthur 12 

J. J. A. Weir Kitchener 12 " 

J. J. O'Connor Port Arthur 9 l A " 

J. A. Page Brockville 8 

J. L. Patterson Ingersoll 12 " 

Wm. Palling Fort William 12 " 

R. H. Pronger Dryden 12 

C. A. Reid Goderich 12 

Wm. Stewart Pelee Island 12 " 

W. A. Smith Kingsville 12 " 

E. C. Spereman. . . ., Owen Sound 12 " 

Thos. Stoddard Copper Cliff 12 " 

E. R. Tucker Cochrane 12 " 

" (clerical assistance) . . " 

J. F. Vance Hamilton 12 " 

Chas. S. Woodrow Sarnia 12 " 

Frederick Watt Guelph 12 " 

Fred T. Zapfe Parkhill 12 " 

H. E. Holland Pine Ridge 12 " 

Jno. J. Wilson Burk's Falls 12 " 

Francis W. Walker Walkerton 12 ■ 

Andrew Elliott Sault Ste. Marie 12 

Norton H. Peterson Bruce Mines 12 " 

Geo. A. Watson Williamstown 12 " 

W. E. Wiggins Bancroft 11 * 

" (clerical assistance) . " 8 " 

Samuel C. Young Fort William 2 " 

Travelling and Office Expenses ($14,061.89) 

Travelling Expenses.— S. B. Arnold, 54.00; Ed. Arthurs, 140.35; H. Atkinson, 
423.70; S. Atkinson, 984.60; J. W. Bradshaw, 37.00; J. D. Broughton, 87.78; 
R. R. Casement, 17.70; S. T. Chown, 212.49; H. L. Cruso, 143.15; D. Davidson, 
795.17; E. Dear, 60.00; J. E. Depew, 417.75; H. Falconer, 50.00; W. H. Floyd, 
384.05; R. E. Gunton, 8.00; A. Hellyer, 186.15; W. A. Hogg, 117.75; H. E. 
Holland, 206.00; C. Jeffs, 139.85; G. A. Jordan, 58.25; W. Joynt, 134.15; J. T. 
Kirkland, 118.50; J. A. Kinney, 32.00; T. E. Langford, 2.00; O. A. Langley, 
111.35; J. L. Lloyd, 2.00; D. McCaughrin, 47.00; J. McCormack, 166.45; C. S. 
McGaughey, 83.90; J. F. McKinley, 13.00; J. Macartney, 69.35; F. W. Major, 
1,236.81; J. A. Makins, 6.00; J. C. Massie, 1,652.55; C. F. Maxwell, 144.20; 
H. P. Moore, 157.05; R. I. Moore, 23.00; J. G. Myers, 128.90; E. Murray, 100.00; 
W. W. O'Brien, 22.10; J. J. O'Connor, 1,006.80; J. A. Page, 12.25; J. L. Patterson, 



1,000 00 
1,800 00 
2,000 00 
1,200 00 

500 00 
1,550 00 
1,300 00 

575 00 
1,000 00 

200 00 
3,500 00 
1,250 00 
2,500 00 

800 00 
2,000 00 
1,800 00 

600 00 
2,000 00 
1,000 00 
2,100 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
1,200 00 
1,400 00 
1,583 33 

666 64 
1,600 00 

800 00 
1,200 00 
2,500 00 

300 00 
3,175 00 
1,500 00 
3,000 00 
3,250 00 

300 00 
1,800 00 
1,500 00 
1,150 00 
1,500 00 

600 00 
1,300 00 
2,250 00 

600 00 
2,100 00 
1,500 00 

275 00 

200 00 

287 21 



Carried forward 1.991.781 82 



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Brought forward 1,991,781 82 

Police Magistrates — Continued 

Travelling Expenses and Contingencies — Continued 

452.65; N. H. Peterson, 891.75; C. A. Reid, 279.70; E. C. Sanders, 6.60; E. C. 
Spereman, 169.85; T. Stoddart, 283.50; E. R. Tucker, 1,048.51; F. W. Walker, 
396.40; G. A. Watson, 19.00; C. S. Woodrow, 137.80; J. J. A. Weir, 90.00; W. E. 
Wiggins, 46.25; J. J. Wilson, 132.95 • 13,748 06 



Miscellaneous. — King's Printer . 



313 83 



Revision of Voters' Lists ($2,116.45) 

Algoma, 55.40; Brant, 52.20; Bruce, 101.10; Cochrane, 59.65; Dufrerin, 33.72; 
Elgin, 25.40; Essex, 90.30; Frontenac, 32.50; Grey, 28.30; Haldimand, 14.00; 
Hastings, 341.75; Huron, 140.90; Lambton, 32.50; Leeds and Grenville, 43.86; 
Lennox and Addington, 117.40; Lincoln, 31.60; Nipissing, 11.18; Northumber- 
land and Durham, 22.80; Ontario, 61.98; Oxford, 59.00; Peel, 44.10; Perth, 
138.01; Peterborough, 105.20; Prince Edward, 21.84; Renfrew, 33.65; Simcoe, 
85.70; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 41.85; Temiskaming, 42.14; Thunder 
Bay, 13.46; Victoria and Haliburton, 31.36; Waterloo, 17.40; Welland, 114.80; 
York, 71.40 



2,116 45 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE IN THE DISTRICTS 



Algoma ($20,391.99) 
Salaries ($10,710.80) 

C. M. Macreath Sheriff 12 months 1,000 00 

C. M. Macreath Treasurer 12 " 400 00 

W. G. Atkin Clerk of the Peace and Dist. Attorney 12 " 400 00 

T. J. Foster Clerk of the District Court 12 " 600 00 

Robt. Hearst Gaoler, Sault Ste. Marie 12 " 1,800 00 

Mrs. M. A. Hearst Matron, Sault Ste. Marie 12 " 300 00 

Dr. S. E. Fleming Gaol Surgeon 12 " 300 00 

Wm. Johnson Turnkey 12 " 1,200 00 

James Thompson " 12 " 1,125 00 

Temporary Officers Turnkeys, etc 3,585 80 



Fuel, Light, Water and Contingencies ($9,681.19) 
C. M. McCreath, Treasurer 



9,681 19 



Cochrane ($5,363.58) 
Salaries ($1,400.00) 

J. D. McKay Sheriff 

J. D. McKay Treasurer 

S. A. Caldbick Clerk of the Peace 



12jnonths 
12 " 
12 " 



750 00 
400 00 
250 00 



Fuel, Light, Water and Contingencies ($3,963.58) 
J. D. MacKay 



3,963 58 



Kenora ($10,253.86) 
Salaries ($6,878.50) 

J. W. Humble Sheriff 

J. N. Ladouceur Registrar and Clerk of District Court . . 

Robt. Nairn District Treasurer 12 

Edwin Walter Cox Gaoler 12 

Maud Frances Cox Matron 12 

Dr. W. J . Gunne Surgeon 12 

Harry R. Warner Turnkey 12 

Temporary Officers Turnkeys, etc 12 

Fuel, Light, Water and Contingencies 

R. Nairn, Treasurer 



12 months 
12 " 



1,000 00 
700 00 
400 00 

1,500 00 
300 00 
200 00 

1,400 00 

1,378 50 



3,375 36 



Carried forward 2,043,969 59 



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Brought forward 2,043,969 59 



Manitoulin ($6,393.14) 
Salaries ($4,678.00) 

J. H. Fell Sheriff 12 months 

" McRae Clerk of the Peace and Dist. Attorney 12 " 

Piatt Registrar of Deeds and Master of Titles 12 " 

Piatt Clerk of the Dist. and Surrogate Court 12 " 

McRae District Treasurer 12 " 

Jno. W. Griffith Gaoler 12 " 

Hilda E. Griffith Matron 12 " 

Geo. Pitfield Gaoler, Killarney 12 " 

Temporary Officers Turnkeys 12 " 

Fuel, Light, Water and Contingencies ($1,715.14) 

W. F. McRae, Treasurer, 1,575.14; allowance for rent, 140.00 



W. F. 
C. C. 
C. C. 
W. F. 



Muskoka ($4,788.28) 
Salaries ($3,700.00) 

Jos. G. Myers Sheriff 12 months 

Thos. Johnson Clerk of the Peace and Dist. Attorney 12 

Chas. S. Salmon Clerk of the District Court 12 

C. E. Lount District Treasurer 12 

Duncan McDonald Gaoler, Bracebridge 12 

Alice McDonald Matron, Bracebridge 12 

Dr. P. B. McGibbon Surgeon 12 

Fuel, Light, Water and Contingencies ($1,088.28) 

C. E. Lount, Treasurer 



950 00 
250 00 
600 00 
850 00 
300 00 
1,200 00 
300 00 
100 00 
128 00 



1,715 14 



750 00 
250 00 
450 00 
400 00 
1,400 00 
300 00 
150 00 



1,088 28 



Nipissing ($12,912.20) 
Salaries ($8,983.00) 

W. S. Wagar Sheriff 12 months 

T. E. McKee Clerk of the Peace and Dist. Attorney 12 

Bourke Clerk of the District Court 12 

Bourke District Treasurer 12 

Ranney Gaol Surgeon 12 

Bourke Gaoler 12 

Mrs. J. W. Bourke Matron 12 

W. Rayner Turnkey and Caretaker , 7 

E. A. Knapp Turnkey 7 

Temporary Officers Turnkeys, etc 



E. 
J- 
J. 

E. 
W. 



Fuel, Light, Water and Contingencies ($3,929.20) 

T. J. Bourke, Treasurer, 3,729.20; District Attorney allowance for rent, 200.00 



800 00 
250 00 
450 00 
400 00 
150 00 

1,800 00 
300 00 
856 00 
856 00 

3,121 00 



3.929 20 



Parry Sound ($10,045.30) 
Salaries ($6,027.50) 

J. E. Armstrong Sheriff 12 months 



F. Tasker Clerk of the District Court 

W. L. Haight District Treasurer 

Thos. Keating Gaoler 

Mrs. Thos. Keating Matron 

Dr. M. H. Limbert Gaol Surgeon 

Jas. Hamar Gaoler, Byng Inlet Gaol . . . 

Wm. J. Tait Turnkey 

Temporary Officers Turnkeys, etc 



Fuel, Light, Water and Contingencies ($4,017.80) 
W. L. Haight, Treasurer 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



750 00 

450 00 

400 00 

1,400 00 

300 00 

150 00 

300 00 

1,200 00 

1,077 50 



4,017 80 



Rainy River ($11,232.18) 
Salaries ($6,676.50) 

W. A. Baker Sheriff 12 months 

N. L. Groome Clerk of the Peace and Dist. Attorney 12 " 

W. P. Pilkey Clerk of the District Court 12 

W. A. Baker District Treasurer 12 

John Miller Turnkey 12 

James L. McGregor Gaoler, Atikokan 12 

J. R. Gilbert " Mine Centre 12 



750 00 
250 00 
600 00 
400 00 
1,300 00 
150 00 
300 00 



Carried forward 2,081,858 51 



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Brought forward. 

Rainy River — Continued 

Jno. E. King Gaoler, Fort Frances 12 

Margaret King Matron, Fort Frances 12 

Temporary Officers Turnkeys, etc 

Fuel, Light, Water and Contingencies ($4,555.68) 

W. A. Baker, Treasurer 



Sudbury ($22,364.68) 
Salaries ($12,777.91) 

Andrew Irving Sheriff and Treasurer 12 months 

R. R. McKessock Clerk of the Peace and Dist. Attorney 3* 

E. D. Wilkens " " " " " 8; 

A. H. Beath Clerk of the District Court 12 

Wm. O'Leary Gaoler 12 

Mrs. W. O'Leary Matron 12 

W. C. Morrison, M.D . . . Gaol Surgeon 12 

Charles Shelswell Turnkey 12 

Richard Cornthwaite " 12 

Leonard Marchant " 12 

Temporary Officers Turnkeys, etc 

Fuel, Light, Water and Contingencies ($9,586.77) 

A. Irving, Treasurer 

Temiskaming ($22,669.07) 
Salaries ($11,325.00) 

Geo. Caldbick Sheriff 

F. L. Smiley Clerk of the Peace 

T. J. Meagher Clerk of the District Court 

Jay Gould District Treasurer 

W. T. Joy Caretaker, Haileybury Gaol 12 

Mrs. Amy M. Carter .... Matron 

Mrs. Cora L. Terrill " 

Chas. W. Austin Turnkey 

Jno. L. Maltby " 

Jas. Anderson " 

H. S. Burton " 

Dr. Gordon Jackson Surgeon 12 

Temporary Officers Turnkeys, etc 

Fuel, Light, Water and Contingencies ($11,344.07) 

J. Gould, Treasurer 



2,081,858 


51 


1,575 


00 


300 


00 


1,051 


50 


4,555 


68 


1,150 00 


70 


03 


127 


88 


450 


00 


1,800 


00 


300 00 


225 


00 


1,400 


00 


1,400 00 


1,400 


00 


4,455 


00 



9,586 77 



12 months 


1,000 00 


12 " 


250 00 


12 " 


450 00 


12 " 


300 00 


12 " 


1,400 00 


5 " 


125 00 


7 " 


175 00 


12 " 


1,400 00 


12 " 


1,800 00 


12 " 


1,400 00 


6 " 


600 00 


12 " 


300 00 




2,125 00 



,344 07 



Thunder Bay ($25,076.28) 
Salaries ($12,514.00) 

N. Edmeston Sheriff and Treasurer 12 months 

Keith Munro Clerk of the District Court 12 

W. F. Langworthy Clerk of the Peace and District Attorney. . . 12 

Frederick Lasseter Gaoler, Port Arthur 12 

Mrs. Violet H. Lasseter. . Matron 12 

Dr. J. A. Crozier Gaol Surgeon 12 



A. Spencer Turnkey. 

Leonard Vincent " 

C.M.York " 

Colin M. Smith " 

F. Hebden Caretaker 

Temporary Officers Turnkeys, etc. 



10 
4 

12 
6 

12 



Fuel, Light, Water and Contingencies ($12,562.28) 
N. Edmeston, Treasurer 



1,400 00 
450 00 
250 00 

2,000 00 
350 00 
250 00 

1,216 67 
433 34 

1,460 00 
650 00 
720*00 

3,333 99 



12,562 28 



Provisional County of Haliburton ($200.00) 

A. W. Fleming Registrar of Deeds 200 00 

Administration of Justice $900,911.58 



Carried forward 2,159,650 72 



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Brought forward 2,159,650 72 

INSPECTION OF LEGAL OFFICES 

(Including Registry Offices and Division Courts) 
Salaries ($15,977.11) 

Jos. A. Sedgwick Inspector 1 V<i months 

A. N. Middleton " X A " 

W. W. Ellis Senior Assistant Inspector 12 

H. A. Locke Assistant Inspector 12 

W. A. James Head Audit Clerk 12 

H. R. Poison Principal Clerk and Statistician 8>2 

M. Irish Senior Clerk 12 

M. E. Tracey Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 

Margaret C. Trotter Clerk Stenographer 12 

R. B. Bailey " " 12 

Printing, Stationery and Contingencies ($9,606.96) 

Temporary Services — P. A. Gauld, clerk stenographer at 68.75 per mo 



Travelling Expenses.— W. W. Ellis, 1,614.10; W. A. James, 2,225.10; H. A. Locke, 
880.55; H. R. Poison, 23.25; accountable, 225.00; J. Sedgwick, 1,189.85 

Miscellaneous. — Can. Press Clipping Service, clippings, 50.00; Gore Bay Recorder, 
printing forms, 52.50; Grand & Toy, Ltd., repairs, 1.50; King's Printer, 2,101.79; 
McCann & Alexander, inspections, 6.00; J. Sedgwick, allowance for use of auto, 
500.00; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., inspections, 49.00. Sundries — express, 
20.35; newspapers and periodicals, 25.00; postage, 150.00; telegrams, 20.93 

Fidelity Bonds ($1,843.17) 

Canadian Surety Co., 319.00; Dominion of Canada Guarantee & Accident Co., 
530.90; Guarantee Company of North America, 339.60; Guardian Insurance 
Co., 338.50; London Guarantee & Accident Co., 315.17 

Office Equipment, Contingencies, etc., Judicial Officers in 
Districts ($2,700.86) 

Circuit Guide Publishing Co., guides, 48.00; King's Printer, 2,400.52; Port Arthur 
News Chronicle, stationery, 12.75; Remington Typewriters, Ltd., typewriters, 
145.80; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., repairs, 13.75; Willson Stationery Co., 
Ltd., stationery, 19.09. Sundries — express, 2.80; postage, 32.00; petty disburse- 
ments, 26.15 

Legal Offices $30,128.10 



541 


66 


216 


66 


3,300 


00 


2,700 


00 


2.662 


50 


1,537 


50 


1,700 00 


1,500 00 


862 


54 


956 


25 


472 


04 


6,157 


85 



2,977 07 



.843 17 



2.700 86 



LAND TITLES OFFICE 

Salaries ($36,992.19) 

G. W. Holmes Master of Titles 9 months 

Chas. R. Deacon " " 3 

Chas. R. Deacon Deputy Master of Titles 9 

W. J. Lander " " " 12 

W. G. Yelland Principal Clerk 12 

Richard Myers Senior Clerk 5 



W. F. Young 

G. G. Y.Willis " 

J. M. Martin Clerk 

S. Mercer " 

B. C. Durrant " 

E. Pollard " 

A. A. Crawford " 

S. A. Mason " 

Robert G. Cowlin " 

A. W. Knapp » 

M. M. Kell " 

Cora B. McCool u 

Janet C. Perrins Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 5 

J. W. Harper Senior Clerk Messenger 12 

C. E. Clarke Secretarial Stenographer 12 



.12 

Group 1 12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 



3,749 


94 


1,100 


00 


3,000 00 


3,000 


00 


2,500 00 


875 00 


1,900 


00 


1,575 


00 


1,800 00 


1,800 00 


1,600 


00 


1,600 


00 


1,600 


00 


1,500 00 


1,450 


00 


1,500 


00 


1,600 00 


1,325 


00 


517 


25 


1,400 00 


1,600 00 



Carried forward 2,226,771 01 



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Brought forward 2,226,771 01 

Land Titles Office — Continued 

Salaries not otherwise provided for, Statutory ($100.00) 

Janet C. Perrins Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 1 month 100 00 

Contingencies ($1,896.90) 

Miscellaneous. — Burroughs & Co., Ltd., books, 180.25; General Office Equipment 
Corporation, maintenance of machine, 18.00; King's Printer, 1,652.15; United 
Typewriter Co., Ltd., inspections, 21.50. Sundries— postage, 25.00 1,896 90 

Land Titles Office $38,889.09 

LOCAL MASTERS OF TITLES 

Sault Ste. Marie ($3,400.00) 

V. McNamara Local Master 12 months 2,500 00 

M. Patterson Clerk Stenographer 12 " 900 00 

Haileybury ($7,145.75) 

L. H. Ferguson Local Master 12 months 4,000 00 

Laura McKay Clerk 12 " 1,200100 

Alice Beaton " 12 " 900J00 

Olive Stafford " 3 " 300 00 

Margaret Ferguson Temporary Stenographer 8 " 492 50 

The Haileyburian, forms, 4.75; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., repairs, 14.50; postage, 

234.00 253 25 

North Bay ($6,163.75) 

J. M. Deacon Local Master 12 months 3,000 00 

Edith Robertson Clerk 12 " 1,200 00 

M. Tackney " 12 " 825 00 

Helen White Clerk Stenographer 10 " 750 00 

E. Bainbridge " " 2 " 137 50 

Angus & Angus, plans, 15.00; E. Bainbridge, special services, 60.00; E. Robertson, 
special services, 11.60; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., repairs, 11.27; postage, 

89.76; telephone, 49.75; petty disbursements, 13.87 251 25 

Cochrane ($8,102.39) 

J. A. Clermont Local Master 12 months 4,500 00 

M. Gregg Clerk 8 " 800 00 

A. Caswell " 12 " 900 00 

Gladys Booth " 12 " 825 00 

Nellie Le Barron " 12 " 750 00 

Remington Typewriters, Ltd., repairs, 18.00; postage, 309.39 327 39 

Forms, Copying and Contingencies ($2,190.07) 

City Typewriter Co., inspections, 13.00; Department of Mines, forms, 100.00; 
General Office Equipment Corporation, repairs and supplies, 72.05; Mrs. F. 
George, office services, 120.00; King's Printer, 1,776.66; A. McMeekin, copy of 
plan, 20.00; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., repairs, 22.05. Sundries — express, 
17.68; postage, 10.00; petty disbursements, 38.63 2,190 07 

Registration of Patents ($3,387.50) 

M. Brunette, 340.50; J. A. Clermont, 564.50; E. A. Cunningham, 372.75; J. M. 
Deacon, 164.75; L. H. Ferguson, 925.25; Miss A. Fournier, 133.00; W. L. Haight, 
177.75; C. W. Jarvis, 106.25; W. J. Keating, 148.50; C. E. Lount, 60.75; V. 
McNamara, 223.25; J. M. Munro, 109.50; C. C. Piatt, 60.75 3,387 50 



Carried forward 2,259,057 37 



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Brought forward 2,259,057 37 

Local Masters of Titles — Continued 

Registrars of Deeds in Districts ($2,565.00) 

M. Brunette, Sudbury, 159.50; C. Gillespie, Parry Sound, 275.00; C. W. Jarvis, 
Fort William, 300.00; C. E. Lount, Bracebridge, 171.00; H. J. Moorhouse, 
Sault Ste. Marie, 1,459.50; C. C. Piatt, Gore Bay, 200.00 2,565 00 

Local Masters $32,954.46 



MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES 

ONTARIO RAILWAY AND MUNICIPAL BOARD 

Salaries ($38,816.00) 

C. R. McKeown, K.C Chairman 12 months 7,000 00 

A. B. Ingram Vice-Chairman 12 " 4,500 00 

J. A. Ellis Member of Board 12 " 4,000 00 

F. Dagger Supervisor of Telephone Systems 12 " 4,000 00 

H. C. Small Secretary, Ontario Railway and Municipal 

Board 12 " 3,600 00 

J. A. McDonald Inspector of Telephone Services 12 " 2,550 00 

W. C. Coo Court Reporter, Ontario Railway and Muni- 
cipal Board 12 " 2,100 00 

H. W. Middlemist Consulting Engineer 8 " 1,666 00 

A. C. McKee Clerk 12 " 1,600 00 

E. Crossland Inspector of Street Railway Operations 12 " 1,600 00 

M. Sanderson Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,500 00 

B. Skelton " " " 12 " 1,500 00 

A. Campbell Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 12 « 1,100 00 

F. K. Balshaw " " Group 1 12 " 1,200 00 

George A. Brown Traffic Expert 12 " 900 00 

Contingencies ($8,641.35) 

Travelling Expenses. — W. C. Coo, 467.05; E. A. Crossland, 536.20; F. Dagger, 
904.42; J. A. Ellis, 634.07; A. B. Ingram, 536.35; C. R. McKeown, 561.55; J. A. 
McDonald, 313.85; H. W. Middlemist, 7.45 3,960 94 

Miscellaneous. — Can. Electric Railway Association, dues, 10.00; Can. Independent 
Telephone Association, fee, 15.00; Carswell & Co., Ltd., binding reports, etc., 
92.50; W. C. Coo, copies of evidence, 47.93; Deverall & Crealock, reporting on 
plans, 121.90; King's Printer, 3,886.33; T. Taylor, specifications, 200.00; United 
Typewriter Co., Ltd., inspections, 48.00; Dora Wainwright, services typing, 
165.20. Sundries — newspapers and periodicals, 88.78; telegrams, 4.77 4,680 41 



DRAINAGE TRIALS ACT 

Salaries ($4,000.00) 



G. F. Henderson Referee 

L. M. Sager Stenographer 



12 months 
12 " 



3,500 00 
500 00 



Contingencies ($841.87) 



Travelling Expenses— F. Clithero, 83.75; G. F. Henderson, 599.10; Miss L. M. 
Sagar, 12.15 



695 00 



Miscellaneous.— A. B. Cabaldu, reporting, 8.00; F. Clithero, reporting, 109.25; 
N. E. Dobson, reporting, 8.00; King's Printer, 13.62; J. Megan, reporting, 8.00. . 



146 87 



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Brought forward 2,313,921 59 

PUBLIC TRUSTEE'S OFFICE 

Salaries ($45,560.80) 

A. N. Middleton Public Trustee 11^ months 

R. G. Mainer Accountant, Group 2 12 " 

H. S. Jones Trust Officer 12 " 

Thos. C. Thompson . . .Assistant Trust Officer 12 " 

Geo. F.Adams " " " ^A " 

R. B. Hungerford " " " 4^ " 

P. M. Puley Principal Clerk 12 " 

J. S. Jordan Senior Clerk 12 " 

I. N. Draper Investigator of Estates 12 " 

Bertram G. Williams . . " " 12 " 

P. Maginnis Asst. Investigator of Estates 12 " 

D. H. Burritt Clerk 12 " 

M. G. Butler " 12 " 

G. G. Thompson Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

E. A. Gelinas Clerk 12 " 

C. G. Hindle Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

M. E. Thurgarland. ..." " " 12 " 

H.Nixon " " " 12 " 

MaryH. Carr " " " 12 " 

Doris Wright Filing Clerk 12 " 

Ethel B. Simpson " " 1 " 

E. M. Dawson Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

Myrtle Williamson .... " " 12 " 

Myrtle Moore " " 12 " 

M. L. Calbeck Filing Clerk. SH " 

G. Tower Fergusson. . .Advisory Committee 12 " 

W. C. McBrien " " 12 " 

G.R.Sweeney " " 12 " 

E. G. Trewick Clerk Stenographer 11 " 

David Koznets Office Boy 8^ " 

Auditors' Fees ($3,000.00) 
Clarkson, Gordon, Dilworth, Guilfoyle and Nash, fee 

Contingencies ($16,281.40) 

Temporary Services. — George F. Adams, junior clerk at 75.00 per mo., 
562.50; R. B. Hungerford, clerk at 75.00 per mo., 562.50; David 
Koznets, office boy at 43.33 per mo., 151.63; Eileen Langton, filing 
clerk at 62.50 per mo., 129.78; at 68.75 per mo., 137.50; H. McLean, 
investigator at 133.33 per mo., 1,599.96; Viola Parker, clerk steno- 
grapher at 81.25 per mo., 40.63; E. Simpson, filing clerk at 75.00 per 
mo., 262.50 3,447 00 

Travelling Expenses.— I. N. Draper, 2,148.04; H. S. Jones, 62.15; P. 
Maginnis, 10.50; A. N. Middleton, 5.40; T. C. Thompson, 31.12; 
B. G. Williams, 2,216.97 4,474 18 

Miscellaneous. — G. A. Bowerbank & Co., signs, 22.95; Brown Bros., 
repairing books, 18.27; Burroughs Adding Machine Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., service, 22.35; B. Cairns, Ltd., stamps, 14.85; Dominion Bank, 
box rent, 160.00; I. N. Draper, allowance re auto insurance, 50.00; 
W. S. Johnston & Co., Ltd., folders, 13.00; H. S. Jones, allowance 
for special services, 500.00; King's Printer, 3,306.41; R. G. Mainer, 
allowance for special services, 300.00; P. Maginnis, allowance for 
use of car, 350.00; A. N. Middleton, allowance as acting Public 
Trustee, 2,000.00; Newsome & Gilbert, Ltd., forms, 35.80; E. Perry, 
law stamps, 50.00; Todd Sales Co., policy renewal, 19.50; United 
Typewriter Co., Ltd., inspections and rentals, 163.70; B. G. Williams, 
allowance re auto insurance, 50.00; Willis Faber & Co., insurance, 
87.30. Sundries— car tickets, 145.00; newspapers and periodicals, 
17.50; postage, 900.00; telephone, 51.60; telegrams, 31.71; petty 
disbursements, 50.28 8,360 22 



5,175 00 


3,150 00 


3,300 00 


2,300 00 


600 00 


600 00 


2,200 00 


1,725 00 


2,200 00 


1,675 00 


1,800 00 


1,500 00 


1,087 50 


918 75 


900 00 


1,600 00 


1,400 00 


1,400 00 


1,400 00 


974 98 


75 00 


956 25 


918 75 


1,125 00 


724 97 


1,500 00 


1,500 00 


1,500 00 


981 25 


373 35 


3,000 00 



Total Expenditure, Public Trustees' Office 64,842 20 

Less refunded by Public Trustee 64,842 20 



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D30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 2,313,921 59 

FIRE MARSHAL 
Salaries ($40,908.28) 

E. P. Heaton Fire Marshal 12 months 4,500 00 

Geo. F. Lewis Deputy Fire Marshal 12 " 3,600 00 

J. E. Ritchie Fire Prevention Engineer 12 " 3,000 00 

W. H. Halsted Fire Prevention Inspector 12 " 1,500 00 

L. J. Bishop Inspector 12 " 2,000 00 

W. L. Clairmont " 12 " 2,000 00 

F. G. Baker Fire Investigator 12 " 1,800 00 

E. D. Jordan " " 12 " 2,000 00 

D. H. Saville " " 12 " 2,000 00 

J. W. Pointon " " 12 « 2,000 00 

C. H. Cowan " " 12 " 1,800 00 

A. Burnett " " 12 " 1,800 00 

Arthur R. Stell " " 9 " 1,350 00 

Edward Desjardines " " 12 " 1,650 00 

Mrs. E. E. Starr Secretarial Stenographer 12 " 1,600 00 

Ruby Welbourne Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,400 00 

R. W. Swinnerton Junior Clerk 8 " 933 28 

Mrs. F. McDonald Clerk 12 " 1,300 00 

Ina Smith " 12 " 1,600 00 

A. McDonald " 12 " 1,031 25 

Mrs. Edith Pym " 12 " 843 75 

M. J. Billinghurst Clerk Typist 12 " 1,200 00 

Salaries not otherwise provided for (Statutory) ($156.34) 
Jessie M. Lacy Clerk 2^ months 156 34 

Division of Fire Investigation ($21,380.03) 

Temporary Services. — C. Foley-Bennett, investigator at 133.33 per mo., 533.32; 

Mrs. M. McBride, clerk stenographer at 81.25 per mo., 40.62 573 94 

Travelling Expenses.— F. G. Baker, 1,611.35; A. Burnett, 879.50; M.- I. Cameron, 
185.82; F. Clithero, 248.40; C. H. Cowan, 1,163.20; J. Decote, 13.00; E. Des- 
jardins, 1,840.13; C. Foley-Bennett, 427.90; M. E. Garceau, 3.00; W. H. Halsted, 
189.94; E. P. Heaton, 1,035.90; H. R. Holmes, 23.50; E. D. Jordan, 1,372.20; 
F. Orr, 37.67; J. W. Pointon, 576.42; D. Saville, 1,634.87; A. R. Stell, 19.40; 
W. Stringer, 34.30 11,296 50 

Services re Investigations.— M. I. Cameron, 228.00; F. Clithero, 1,872.10; K. Coates, 
23.70; M. E. Garceau, 17.22; L. Guscome, 10.30; M. Henson, 6.00; R. W. Kelly, 
6.00; Mrs. M. McGuire, 47.90; S. E. Parker, 76.65; A. R. Stell, 480.00; E. Ussher, 
72.00 2,839 87 

Legal Fees.— Arrell & Arrell, 22.05; A. C. Brown, 508.29; F. G. Evans, 5.00; W. L. 

Haight, 61.64; W. F. Kerr, 19.77; J. Sedgwick, 25.00; E. D. Wilkins, 180.00. ... 821 75 

Miscellaneous. — W. L. Andrews, gratuity, 25.00; Angus-Mack Co., maps, 12.50; 
Association of Canadian Fire Marshals, fees, 374.00; R. H. Brown, court fees, 
12.50; Burroughs Adding Machine Co., Ltd., inspection, 21.60; Campbell's 
Studio, Ltd., photos, 13.50; Canadian Translation Bureau, translating, 50.00; 
A. M. Cunningham & Son, photos, 13.50; R. Dale, taxi hire, 15.00; Dept. of 
Public Highways, car service, 467.57; Dept. of Public Works, office rent, 1,000.00; 
E. Desjardins, office rent, 56.25; R. G. Dun & Co., subscription, 125.00; Em- 
ployers Liability Assn. Corporation, insurance on car, 67.78; Field, Love & 
House, inspections, 33.00; A. J. Fryer, photos, 17.50; H. Garland, plan, 12.00; 
W. H. Halsted, garage rent, 103.50; J. Hillier, car repairs, 12.05; King's Printer, 
1,687.63; F. C. Lane, plan, 30.50; J. H. March, photos, 30.50; D. McAlpine, 
wrecking, 50.00; W. M. McCausland, clerical work, 50.00; A. Niemis, photos, 
28.00; A. Pomeroy, reporting, 61.00; Pringle & Booth, 20.50; L. J. Rogers, gas 
analysis, 15.00; E. Ross, services as watchman, 20.00; W. Short, services as 
watchman, 50.00; Sundry Municipal Clerks and Fire Chiefs, reporting fires, 
414.00; I. S. Watkinson, reporting, 14.77; L. Whitley, services as watchman, 
20.00; T. D. Youritichuks, services as interpreter, 12.00. Sundries — car tickets, 
135.00; express, 143.70; newspapers and periodicals, 34.00; postage, 356.00; 
telegrams, 84.76; petty disbursements, 158.36 5,847 97 

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Brought forward 2,376,209 90 

Fire Marshal — Continued 

Division of Fire Prevention ($8,797.36) 

Temporary Services. — A. E. Caldwell, inspector at 120.00 per mo 1,440 00 

Travelling Expenses.— L. J. Bishop, 437.55; A. E. Caldwell, 22.05; W. L. Clairmont, 
177.15; W. H. Halsted, 85.21; E. P. Heaton, 125.87; G. F. Lewis, 805.95; J. E. 
Ritchie, 1,345.95 2,999 73 

Advertising. — Dominion Association of Fire Chiefs, 100.00; Firemen's Association 
of Ontario, 50.00; Firemen's Year Book, 100.00; Humane Pleader, 84.96; Labour 
News, 50.00; Labour Leader, 150.00; Niagara District Firemen's Association, 
25.00; Temiskaming Firemen's Association, 75.00; Toronto Firefighters, 10.00. . . 644 96 

Miscellaneous. — Addressograph Co., Ltd., inspections, 16.82; Arrell & Arrell, legal 
services, 18.00; Canadian Health, copies, 25.00; Department of Public Works, 
office rent, 1,000.00; Ellis Bros., prize cups, 20.25; Farm Fire Prevention, copies, 
83.96; Field, Love & House, inspections, 46.25; Firemen's Association of Ontario, 
grant, 694.65; D. Gestetner, Ltd., stencils, 11.75; Greenwood House Wreckers, 
wrecking, 40.00; W. L. Haight, legal services, 21.00; King's Printer, 1,171.14; 
W. Kirkton, wrecking, 40.00; W. J. McElderry, legal services, 15.00; National 
Fire Protection Association, dues, etc., 20.75; Ontario Retail Dealers' Association, 
exhibit space, 25.00; Rapid Grip, Ltd., half-tones, etc., 249.79; M. Stannish, 
wrecking, 160.00. Sundries — newspapers and periodicals, 7.00; petty disburse- 
ment, 46.31 3,712 67 

Division of Lightning Rod Act ($6,098.27) 

Temporary Services. — J. M. Lacey, clerk at 62.50 per mo., 588.94; M. E. Williams, 

clerk at 81.25 per mo., 406.22 995 16 

Travelling Expenses.— L. J. Bishop, 347.08; W. L. Clairmont, 449.97; J. E. Ritchie, 

596.90 1,393 95 

Auto Repairs and Supplies. — L. J. Bishop, 90.00; W. L. Clairmont, 75.00; Dept of 

Public Highways, 656.21; A. D. Gorrie & Co., 869.40 1,690 61 

Miscellaneous. — D. S. Bowlby, legal services, 40.00; Dept. of Public Works, office 
rent, 1,000.00; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., flag, 6.25; Employers Liability Assurance Co., 
Ltd., insurance, 135.56; Kennedy Hardware, hardware, 16.00; King's Printer, 
498.74; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., cast steel, 16.00; W. R. McKee, repairs, 27.10; 
R. H. Nichols, instruments, 266.40; Ontario Wind Engine & Pump Co., erecting 
mast, 12.50 2,018 55 

Miscellaneous. . . $129,483.16 

STATUTORY 

Minister's Salary (see page D 8) 10,000 00 

Salaries not otherwise provided for (see pages D 8 and 30) 856 34 

Allowances to County Judges ($64,812.71) 
R.S.O. 1927, cap. 90, sec. 9 

His Honour Judge— Boles, 1,000.00; Campbell, 1,000.00; Caron, 1,000.00; Carpenter, 
1,000.00; Clement, 1,000.00; Constantineau, 1,000.00; Costello, 1,000.00; 
Coughlin, 1,000.00; Daly, 1,000.00; Denton, 1,600.00; Deroche, 1,000.00; Dowler, 
1,000.00; Dowsley, 613.45; Evans, 664.00; Hall, 791.66; Hardy, 1,000.00; Hart- 
man, 1,000.00; Hayward, 791.66; Hewson, 1,000.00; Hopkins, 1,000.00; Huycke, 
1,000.00; Justin, 1,000.00; Kenny, 1,000.00; Kerr, 1,000.00; Killoran, 1,000.00; 
Lavell, 1,000.00; Leask, 791.66; Lee, 1,500.00; Lewis, 1,000.00; Livingstone, 
1,000.00; Macbeth, 972.00; Madden, 1,000.00; Mahaffy, 1,000.00; Mahon, 
1,000.00; McKay, 791.66; McKinnon, 1,000.00; McLean, 1,000.00; McLennan, 
1,000.00; Moore, 1,000.00; Morson, 1,600.00; Mulcahy, 1,000.00; Munroe, 
1,000.00; O'Brian, 833.33; O'Connell, 1,600.00; O'Connor, 1,000.00; Owens, 
1,000.00; Powell, 1,000.00; Proulx, 1,000.00; Reynolds, 833.33; Ross, 1,000.00; 
Ross, 88.48; Ruddy, 833.33; Scott, 1,000.00; Stone, 1,000.00; Sutherland, 
1,000.00; Swayze, 1,000.00; Taylor, 1,000.00; Thompson, 320.58; Thompson, 
1,000.00; Tytler, 1,600.00; Valin, 1,000.00; Wallace, 1,000.00; Wearing, 237.58; 
Widdifield, 1,600.00; Wills, 833.33; Wismer, 916.66 64,812 71 



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D32 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 2,466,774 58 

Statutory — Continued 

Special Investigations ($12,097.00) 

Bain, Bicknell, White & Bristol, legal services, 1,567.00; I. A. Humphries, special 
services, 500.00; A. S. Knott, services, 30.00; Sundry Persons, services and 
disbursements in connection with the administration of justice, 10,000.00 12,097 00 

Expenses of Elections ($591,083.38) 

General Elections, 1929 — 

Board Accounts — Judicial Districts — Algoma, Judge Stone, 2,432.61; Cochrane, 
Judge Caron, 2,270.64; Kenora, Judge Dowler, 2,557.98; Manitoulin, Judge 
Hewson, 961.00; Muskoka, Judge Mahaffy, 329.75; Nipissing, Judge Valin, 
1,729.67; Parry Sound, Judge Powell, 1,217.94; Rainy River, Judge 
McLennan, 2,526.39; Sudbury, Judge Proulx, 1,497.79; Temiskaming, 
Judge Hartman, 1,104.62; Thunder Bay, Judge Kenny, 2,291.17. Indian 
Reserves — Brant, Judge Hardy, 225.92; Bruce, Judge Owens, 238.39; Haldi- 
mand, Judge Hopkins, 234.20; Hastings, Judge Deroche, 120.70; Lambton, 
Judge Taylor, 141.00; Middlesex, Judge Macbeth, 86.00 19,965 77 

Returning Officers' Expenses, General Elections, 1929. — Addington, 3,168.02; Al- 
goma, 4,872.31; Brant County, 2,671.70; Brantford, 4,191.41 ;Brockville, 3,843.00; 
Bruce North, 4,025.33; Bruce South, 3,051.48; Carleton, 2,717.02; Cochrane North, 
5,936.58; Cochrane South, 7,691.66; Dufferin, 3,927.32 ;Dundas, 2,883.30; Durham, 
5,449.19; Elgin East, 2,044.85; Elgin West, 3,484.81; Essex North, 7,238.89; 
Essex South, 4,090.28; Fort William, 5,218.13; Frontenac-Lennox, 3,297.95; 
Glengarry, 2,645.51; Grenville, 3,532.57; Grey North, 4,793.14; Grey South, 
3,949.01; Haldimand, 3,305.12; Halton, 3,256.61; Hamilton Centre, 6,552.49; 
Hamilton East, 7,408.52; Hamilton West, 5,701.37; Hastings East, 1,597.61; 
Hastings North, 1,683.87; Hastings West, 4,335.24; Huron North, 3,573.33; 
Huron South, 3,588.60; Kenora, 4,678.66; Kent East, 3,828.42; Kent West, 
6,479.38; Kingston, 762.50; Lambton East, 4,447.77; Lambton West, 3,683.14; 
Lanark North, 3,813.86; Lanark South, 3,725.47; Leeds, 3,815.29; Lincoln, 
2,978.74; London North, 5,268.08; London South, 6,031.05; Manitoulin, 3,037.44; 
Middlesex North, 5,030.10; Middlesex West, 4,740.89; Muskoka, 734.59; 
Niagara Falls, 5,122.91; Nipissing, 4,687.12; Norfolk, 5,177.52; Northumberland, 
6,525.37; Ontario North, 2,658.93; Ontario South, 6,108.80; Oxford North, 
4,750.39; Oxford South, 4,494.13; Ottawa East, 3,521.70; Ottawa North, 
3,605.59; Ottawa South, 627.00; Parry Sound, 4,155.25; Peel, 4,650.55; Perth 
- North, 5,034.76; Perth South, 2,953.75; Peterborough City, 4,997.25; Peter- 
borough County, 4,069.91; Port Arthur, 2,201.27; Prescott, 2,714.38; Prince 
Edward, 3,926.28; Rainy River, 3,412.77; Renfrew North, 1,693.16; Renfrew 
South, 4,311.26; Russell, 4,426.09; St. Catharines, 4,779.80; Sault Ste. Marie, 
5,995.85; Simcoe Centre, 3,381.98; Simcoe East, 4,498.40; Simcoe Southwest, 
3,702.44; Stormont, 2,742.11; Sturgeon Falls, 2,833.40; Sudbury, 804.50; 
Temiskaming, 5,511.58; Toronto, Beaches, 7,896.84; Toronto, Bellwoods, 
6,385.29; Toronto, Bracondale, 6,861.91; Toronto, Brockton, 8,729.96; Toronto, 
Dovercourt, 4,768.89; Toronto, Eglinton, 9,943.84; Toronto, Greenwood, 
6,384.14; Toronto, High Park, 8,239.77; Toronto, Parkdale, 5,700.86; Toronto, 
Riverdale, 6,311.42; Toronto, St. Andrews, 5,376.08; Toronto, St. David, 
7,758.55; Toronto, St. George, 7,887.54; Toronto, St. Patrick, 5,054.52; Toronto, 
Woodbine, 7,108.38; Victoria North, 3,711.11; Victoria South, 4,026.08; Waterloo 
North, 7,734.52; Waterloo South, 5,767.65; Welland, 4,716.26; Wellington 
Northeast, 5,102.08; Wellington South, 6,274.19; Wentworth North, 4,416.56; 
Wentworth South, 7,090.09; Windsor East, 7,104.85; Windsor West, 6,369.69; 
York East, 9,377.33; York North, 5,053.85; York South, 8,372.88; York West, 
7,670.02 526,052 95 

Miscellaneous. — Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., locks, 446.66; C. F. Bulmer, account- 
able, 128.00; Department of Public Highways, car service, 44.02; C. A. Fitch, 
extra services, 1,000.00; travelling expenses, 32.95; General Steel Wares, ballot 
boxes, 1,127.25; A. G. Haig, extra services, 75.00; King's Printer, 7,495.67; 
D. J. Knight, extra services, 75.00; F. LeBrock, extra services, 200.00; E. A. 
Mockler, extra services, 200.00; M. Parkhill, extra services, 200.00. Sundries — 
express, Canadian Pacific, 482.01; Canadian National, 661.24; telegrams, Cana- 
dian Pacific, 207.53; Canadian National, 141.42; freight, 4.27 12,521 02 

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D33 



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Statutory — Continued 

Expenses of Elections — Continued 
By Elections, 1930— 

C. F. Bulmer, accountable, 25,000.00; Wm. Martin, Nipissing, accountable, 
200.00; Judge Stone, Algoma, accountable, 500.00; Judge Valin, Nipissing, 
accountable, 500.00. Miscellaneous — express, Canadian Pacific, 5.65; Canadian 
National, 3.95; telegrams, Canadian Pacific, 5.86; Canadian National, 1.44; 
King's Printer, 321.74 26,538 64 



Elections, 1926— 

Jas. Doyle, Enumerator, Kenora 



Clerk of the Crown in Chancery. — A. E. Baker, extra services, 500.00; C. S. Berthon, 
extra services, 300.00; R. Brown, extra services, 350.00; travelling expenses, 4.50; 
C. F. Bulmer, accountable, 672.60; less accountable, 1929, 541.05; T. Burns, 
extra services, 75.00; I. Cardwell, services, 100.00; A. M. Dymond, extra services, 
2,200.00; travelling expenses, 331.45; W. G. Harvey, extra services, 400.00; 
travelling expenses, 1.50; I. Leaman, extra services, 50.00; K. Murray, extra 
services, 50.00; D. H. McCleary, extra services, 300.00; M. B. Rice, extra 
services, 350.00; A. Stewart, extra services, 50.00; W. B. Wilkinson, extra 
services, 800.00. Sundries — car tickets, 6.00 

Sheriffs to make up incomes to $1,800.00 per annum ($3,367.86) 

D. J. Barker, 9.23; J. H. Ebbs, 526.37; H. Endacott, 712.39; D. H. McLaren, 767.85; 
R. J. Patterson, 781.87; W. Tisdale, 174.75; S. W. Wright, 395.40 

Registrars to make up Incomes to $1,800.00 per annum ($7,354.89) 

J. Armour, 442.70; R. J. Dillon, 931.30; R. Dunlop, 473.65; A. W. Fleming, 936.70; 
J. A. Gamble, 423.55; C. Gillespie, 146.90; R. N. Hodgson, 758.10; W. S. 
Johnston, 129.60; H. McCullough, 394.65; J. A. McRae, 418.24; H. M. Mooney, 
32.65; J. A. Pollard, 538.80; G. D. L. Rice, 745.45; H. C. Rowland, 623.70; J. 
Tucker, 358.90 



5 00 



6,000 00 



3,367 "86 



7,354 89 



Probation Officers ($25,529.29) 

Judge Mott Chief Probation Officer 12 months 1,200 00 

0. St. G. Freer Chief Assistant Probation Officer 12 " 2,700 00 

J. B. Grimshaw Assistant Probation Officer 12 " 2,000 00 

A. Browne " " " 12 " • 1,900 00 

J. A. Hyland " " " 12 " 1,800 00 

J. A. Netterfield " " " 12 " 1,850 00 

Muriel H. Bowen " " " 12 " 1,500 00 

M. Macdonald Investigator, Probation Officer 12 " 1,625 00 

Dr. Anderson Psychiatrist 12 " 400 00 

B. Maddaford Clerk Stenographer 1 " 100 00 

L. Anderson Junior Clerk Stenographer 1 " 75 00 

H. Robinson Clerk Stenographer 12 " 975 00 

B. Howell Intelligence Officer 12 " 1,225 00 

John Young Assistant Probation Officer 11 " 1,575 00 

A. V. Reddick " " " 12 " 1,525 00 

Geo. F. Jelfs " " " 12 " 1,000 00 

V. Richardson Stenographer 4 " 309 27 

1. Hetherington " 11^" 920 46 

G. Smith Office Assistant 11 " 893 75 

J. F. McKinley Probation Officer 6 " 619 72 



Travelling Expenses. — O. St. G. 
518.41 



Freer, 199.64; Judge Mott, 308.39; A. V. Reddick, 



1,026 44 



Miscellaneous — King's Printer 309 65 

Statutory $715,101.47 



Total Expenditure, Department of Attorney- General $3,106,207.00 



PART E 



DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE 



FISCAL YEAR, 1929-30 



GENERAL INDEX AT BACK OF BOOK 



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DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE 

Salaries ($45,662.51) 

R. Leightcn Foster. ...:.. .Superintendent of Insurance 12 months 

H. B. Armstrong Deputy Superintendent of Insurance 12 " 

Frank Sanderson Consulting Actuary 12 " 

W. K. Colin Campbell Chief Inspector 12 " 

Oscar B. Henry Inspector 12 " 



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Wm. A. Cork " 12 " 

H.C.Ness " 12 " 

John Edwards Assistant Inspector • . . 12 " 

J. G. Gibbons " " 12 " 

W. J. Smelt Secretary 12 " 

C. C. Johnson Principal Clerk 12 " 

Chas. M. Peters Senior Clerk 12 " 

J.M.Bruce " " Stenographer 7 " 

Jessie W. McGlashan " " " 12 " 

Edith Beswick Secretarial Stenographer 12 " 

Edna Hinch Clerk, Group 1 12 " 

Elsie Frances Thompson . . Filing Clerk, Group 1 12 " 

Z. Cliffe " " " 1 12 " 

Jean A. Elliott Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 12 " 

J. S. Laird * " "2 12 " 

M. Thompson " " " 2 12 " 

Wm. Rhodes Clerk, Group 3 12 " 

Jos. A. Gill Office Boy 12 " 

Contingencies ($11,979.25) 
Temporary Services. — E. Brownlee, clerk at 62.50 per mo., 62.50; Edith H. Crush, 
clerk at 62.50 per mo., 156.25; Dora A. Doe, clerk typist at 62.50 per mo., 28.85; 
Mary Lee, clerk typist, 62.50 per mo., 151.44; Elma S. MacKenzie, clerk steno- 
grapher at 81.25 per mo., 609.38; P. Maule, junior filing clerk at 62.50 per mo., 
62.50; Marjorie Morris, filing clerk at 62.50 per mo., 31.25; G. Nicol, clerk typist 
at 75.00 per mo., 187.50; Margaret Reeder, clerk typist at 62.50 per mo., 110.58; 
Monica Savage, clerk typist at 62.50 per mo., 31.25; Geo. M. Sheppard, assistant 
inspector at 150.00 per mo., 750.00; A. P. Smith, clerk stenographer at 68.75 per 
mo., 330.52; Caroline Strong, clerk typist at 62.50 per mo., 31.25; E. Williams, 

clerk typist at 75.00 per mo., 89.42 2,632 69 

Travelling Expenses.— W. K. C. Campbell, 409.35; W. A. Cork, 693.95; J. Edwards, 
490.23; R. L. Foster, 798.19; J. G. Gibbons, 333.80; O. B. Henry, 506.25; C. C. 
Johnson, 198.10; H. C. Ness, 358.40; C. M. Peters, 80.35; P. G. Purves, 102.00; 

Dr. F. Sanderson, 37.15; G. N. Sheppard, 108.70 4,116 47 

Miscellaneous. — Addressograph Co., Ltd., plates, etc., 23.40; Arrell & Arrell, legal 
services, 14.00; Association of Casualty and Surety Executives, auto laws, 42.50; 
Association of Superintendents of Insurance, copies of proceedings, 20.00; Angus 
& Stonehouse, reporting, 20.50; Bank Law Publishing Co., books, 18.00; Bur- 
roughs Adding Machine, Ltd., service, 19.70; Canada Law Book Co., Ltd., law 
reports, 46.00; Carswell Co., Ltd., reports, 23.80; F. Clithero, reporting, 50.60; 
W. C. Coo, reporting, 37.60; Deer Park Garage & Livery, Ltd., car hire, 10.25; 
Department of Printing and Stationery, Victoria, statutes, 45.60; Department of 
Public Printing and Stationery, Ottawa, copies of debates, 17.90; Dictating 
Machine Co., Ltd., inspections, etc., 51.72; Ediphone Co., Ltd., inspections, 
24.01; Greene, Hill, Hill & McLaren, legal services, 100.00; King's Printer, 
1,968.50; C. E. Layton, books, 10.50; A. McCowan, serving summons, 12.90; 
Murdoch Stationery, mimeograph repairs, 25.00; Newfoundland Gazette, 
statutes, 42.00; G. M. Orr, attending Board Meetings, 408.60; Province of New 
Brunswick, statutes, 15.00; K. M. Pringle, valuating, 250.00; R. A. Pyne, serving 
summons, 36.70; Recording & Statistical Service Corp., Ltd., statements, 750.00; 
Stone & Cox, Ltd., books, 300.00; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., inspections, 
105.00; E. D. Wilkins, legal services, 17.00. Sundries — car tickets, 59.00; express, 
41.37; newspapers and periodicals, 186.76; telegrams, 360.39; petty disbursements, 
75.79 



King's Printer. 



Printing Annual Reports ($6,430.47) 



Grant to Association of Superintendents of Insurance of the Provinces 
of Canada towards expenses of the Annual 
Conference ($100.00) 
Association of Superintendents 



5,230 09 
6,430 47 

100 00 



Total Expenditure, Department of Insurance $64,172 23 



PART F 



DEPARTMENT 

OF 

EDUCATION 

FISCAL YEAR, 1929-30 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



PAGE 

Salaries and Contingencies : 14 

Education: 

Public and Separate School Education Grants, etc 15 

Normal and Model Schools 31 

English-French Training Schools 43 

High Schools and Collegiate Institutes 45 

Museum 47 

Public Libraries 47 

Technical Education 50 

Superannuated Teachers 53 

Provincial and other Universities 53 

Belleville School for the Deaf 53 

Brantford School for the Blind 56 

Monteith Northern Academy 58 

Miscellaneous 59 

Statutory 61 

Special Warrants 61 

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No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 

Hon. G. Howard Ferguson, Minister 
MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($70,099.05) 
A. H. U. Colquhoun Deputy Minister 12 months 

F. W. Merchant Chief Director of Education 5>£ " 

Geo. F.Rogers " " " 6^" 

M. E. Saunderson Secretary to Minister and Departmental 

Secretary 12 " 

Gladys Dix Secretary to Chief Director of Education ... 12 " 

J. R. Humphreys Chief Clerk 12 " 

Frank L. Woodley " " 12 " 

A. C. Paull Head " 3 " 

Geo. Whitelaw Principal Clerk 12 " 

A.M.Campbell " " 12 " 

T. J. Greene Senior Clerk 12 " 

C. D. Creighton " " 12 " 

C. W. Thompson " " 10 " 

H. M. Craig " " \}4 " 

Thos. W. Aikens " " 12 " 

John F. Clarke " " 6 " 

R. W. Joyce " " 6 " 

S. W. Jackson " " 12 " 

Geo. Walton Assistant Correspondence Branch 12 " 

J. P. Clougher Clerk, Group 1 12 " 

M. C. Higginson " Group 1 12 " 

G. Moran " Group 1 12 " 

W. E. Lattimore Stenographer 12 " 

Alfred P. Frohns Clerk, Group 1 12 " 

Jas. A. Waring " Group 1 12 " 

Edith J. Brown Senior Clerk Stenographer 6 " 

Ralph O. Bullock Clerk, Group 3 1 " 

A. Macpherson Senior Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 " 

A. Haughland " " " 12 " 

Marion L. Soanes Clerk Stenographer 1 " 



Eula A. Humphrey " " Group 1 

Gladys M. Black Senior Clerk Stenographer. 

S. J. Ward Clerk 

D. Crighton Filing Clerk 

Jean G. Chidley " " 

Mabelle E. Young " " 

Kathleen Burns Clerk Typist 

E. I. Brown Clerk, Group 2 

A. Watchorn " Group 2 

A. Humphreys Senior Clerk Messenger 

E. Trowell Clerk 

Wm. Lemon " 

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F. W. Merchant Chief Advisor to Minister of 

Education 63^ months 

R. A. Croskery Assistant to Deputy Minister. 63^ " 

John Hartley Assistant to Chief Inspector. . 2 " 

Contingencies ($9,693.48) 

Temporary Services. — Eula A. Humphrey, clerk stenographer at 78.00 per mo., 
237.00; Cecil W. McNally, clerk at 100.00 per mo., 1,200.00 

Travelling Expenses.— A. H. U. Colquhoun, 1,000.00; R. A. Croskery, 15.95; J. 
Hartley, 61.15; F. W. Merchant, 77.70; G. F. Rogers, 32.20 

Miscellaneous. — Angus Mack Co., maps, 44.10; Burroughs Adding Machine Co., 
Ltd., inspections and repairs, 67.39; Field, Love and House, inspections, 68.00; 
Haynes Art Gallery, cleaning pictures, 123.25; A. S. Hustwitt, repairs, 17.50; 
King's Printer, 4,075.33; A. J. Madill, books, 80.00; Mathews Bros., Ltd., frame, 
24.00; National Sanitarium Association, seals, 86.14; Office Specialty Mfg. Co., 
Ltd., guides, 95.50; Remington Typewriters, Ltd., inspections, 18.00; Thomas & 
Corney, inspections, 13.45; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., inspections, 423.20; 
University of Toronto, handbooks, 130.00; G. Walton, care of clocks, 72.08. 
Sundries — car tickets, 43.00; cartage, 99.45; express, 458.97; newspapers and 
periodicals, 498.83; postage, 100.00; telegrams, 515.71; petty disbursements, 15.58 
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Brought forward 79,792 53 

PUBLIC AND SEPARATE SCHOOL EDUCATION 

Rural Public and Separate Schools, Counties, General Grants and Contingencies 

($2,374,680.81) 

Public School, County of.— Brant, 22,764.43; Bruce, 70,662.91; Carleton, 54,156.66; 
Dufferin, 29,085.70; Elgin, 41,627.38; Essex, 52,919.75; Frontenac, 67,887.03; 
Grey, 71,212.51; Haldimand, 31,998.16; Haliburton, 29,998.41; Halton, 24,701.16; 
Hastings, 96,568.80; Huron, 63,743.17; Kent, 57,255.81; Lambton, 58,136.76; 
Lanark, 44,325.08; Leeds and Grenville, 93,401.97; Lennox and Addington, 
46,584.07; Lincoln, 39,344.87; Middlesex, 61,256.11; Norfolk, 35,707.35; 
Northumberland and Durham, 76,933.12; Ontario, 50,175.77; Oxford, 41,254.99; 
Peel, 38,521.64; Perth, 32,236.54; Peterborough, 48,430.12; Prescott and Russell. 
24,720.54; Prince Edward, 25,420.68; Renfrew, 70,621.68; Simcoe, 84,917.09; 
Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 86,924.84; Victoria, 41,113.05; Waterloo, 
34,862.56; Welland, 70,066.22; Wellington, 54,193.29; Wentworth, 36,262.74; 
York, 331,889.16 2,241,882 12 

Separate School Boards, County of. — Bruce, 6,572.15; Carleton, 9,157.41; Essex, 
13,572.67; Frontenac, 3,736.26; Grey, 2,455.72; Hastings, 4,081.85; Huron, 
3,603.35; Kent, 5,203.23; Lambton, 691.63; Lanark, 951.19; Leeds and Grenville, 
1,203.47; Lennox and Addington, 829.13; Lincoln, 1,079.13; Middlesex, 1,582.38; 
Norfolk, 329.56; Northumberland and Durham, 2,859.66; Ontario, 834.35; 
Peel, 279.56; Perth, 4,595.98; Peterborough, 1,520.32; Prescott and Russell, 
16,013.27; Renfrew, 12,987.34; Simcoe, 2,377.38; Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 
garry, 17,438.66; Victoria, 843.90; Waterloo, 4,423.63; Wellington, 4,352.76; 
Wentworth, 299.13; York, 2,226.25 126,101 32 

Contingencies. — King's Printer 6,697 37 

Urban Public and Separate Schools, General Grants and 
Contingencies ($119,820.62) 

Public School Boards, City of.— Belleville, 745.29; Brantford, 1,667.05; Chatham, 
853.22; Fort William, 1,169.10; Gait, 810.71; Guelph, 1,019.00; Hamilton, 
7,921.29; Kingston, 1,115.44; Kitchener, 1,382.85; London, 3,949.06; Niagara 
Falls, 1,047.60; North Bay, 605.46; Oshawa, 1,504.27; Ottawa, 4,110.35; Owen 
Sound, 746.02; Peterborough, 1,038.12; Port Arthur, 1,059.33; St. Catharines, 
1,343.46; St. Thomas, 1,010.51; Sarnia, 952.48; Sault Ste. Marie, 1,068.41; 
Stratford, 1,035.23; Toronto, 34,105.70; Welland, 661.90; Windsor, 3,211.50; 
Windsor East, 520.29; Woodstock, 648.10 75,301 74 

Separate School Boards, City of.— Belleville, 132.14; Brantford, 297.78; Chatham, 
219.89; Fort William, 438.83; Gait, 86.88; Guelph, 312.05; Hamilton, 1,542.86; 
Kingston, 295.44; Kitchener, 593.13; London, 603.00; Niagara Falls, 162.44; 
North Bay, 437.42; Oshawa, 163.38; Ottawa, 4,080.77; Owen Sound, 57.06; 
Peterborough, 429.61; Port Arthur, 252.07; St. Catharines, 310.94; St. Thomas, 
90.53; Sarnia, 157.31; Sault Ste. Marie, 864.08; Stratford, 198.37; Toronto, 
5,472.07; Windsor, 1,359.42; Windsor East, 537.28; Woodstock, 63.21 19,157 96 

Public School Boards, Town of. — Alexandria, 12.73; Almonte, 107.22; Amherstburg, 
94.59; Arnprior, 140.29; Aurora, 166.05; Barrie, 423.70; Blind River, 90.14; 
Bowmanville, 236.93; Bracebridge, 164.02; Brampton, 325.89; Bridgeburg, 
220.09; Brockville, 496.83; Burlington, 222.11; Campbellford, 142.26; Carleton 
Place, 278.90; Cobalt, 129.25; Cobourg, 298.05; Cochrane, 124.67; Collingwood, 
379.44; Copper Cliff, 211.02; Cornwall, 187.97; Dundas, 285.59; Dunnville, 
222.70; Eastview, 86.65; Elmira, 192.02; Fort Frances, 265.64; Gananoque, 
174.94; Goderich, 245.54; Haileybury, 109.66; Hanover, 157.23; Hawkesbury, 
43.30; Hespeler, 166.32; Huntsville, 189.48; Ingersoll, 297.33; Kenora, 417.39; 
Kincardine, 153.52; Kingsville, 145.10; Leamington, 337.38; Lindsay, 381.33; 
Listowel, 166.10; Meaford, 195.80; Merritton, 139.18; Midland, 416.34; Mimico, 
322.88; Napanee, 194.83; New Liskeard, 157.76; Newmarket, 2.3.82; New 
Toronto, 366.95; Oakville, 213.53; Orangeville, 177.60; Orillia, 451.19; Paris, 
250.82; Parry Sound, 216.57; Pembroke, 348.18; Penetanguishene, 235.95; Perth, 
165.54; Petrolia, 167.16; Picton, 204.69; Port Colborne, 404.80; Port Hope, 
291.63; Prescott, 127.00; Preston, 279.75; Renfrew, 152.39; Riverside, 185.89; 
Rockland, 10.62; Sandwich, 520.21; Simcoe, 305.14; Smiths Falls, 404.94; 
St. Marys, 240.70; Strathroy, 179.82; Sturgeon Falls, 52.01; Sudbury, 469.07; 
Tecumseh, 19.71; Thorold, 189.50; Tillsonburg, 206.64; Timmins, 410.02; 
Trenton, 303.07; Walkerton, 68.95; Walkerville, 645.30; Wallaceburg, 167.48; 
Waterloo, 391.36; Weston, 226.97; Whitby, 203.66; Wingham, 151.17 19,525 96 



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Brought forward 2,568,459 00 

Urban Public and Separate Schools, General Grants and Contingencies — Continued 
Separate School Boards, Town of. — Almonte, 52.11; Amherstburg, 106.64; Arnprior, 
125.49; Barrie, 44.02; Blind River, 90.85; Brockville, 118.80; Campbellford, 
22.16; Cobalt, 102.26; Cobourg, 70.33; Cochrane, 68.27; Collingwood, 20.40; 
Cornwall, 504.18; Dundas, 44.15; Eastview, 280.04; Fort Frances, 80.29; 
Gananoque, 67.86; Goderich, 22.92; Haileybury, 79.10; Hanover, 33.36; Hawkes- 
bury, 304.33; Hespeler, 14.41; Ingersoll, 30.85; Lindsay, 99.06; Merritton, 
30.26; Midland, 94.46; Mimico, 75.79; New Liskeard, 29.24; Newmarket, 17.97; 
Oakville, 16.67; Orillia, 69.86; Paris, 20.44; Pembroke, 272.28; Perth, 75.83; Pic- 
ton, 11.68; Prescott, 54.84; Preston, 123.03; Renfrew, 175.07; Riverside, 154.49; 
Rockland, 170.57; Sandwich, 251.22; Smiths Falls, 81.45; St. Marys, 25.14; 
Sturgeon Falls, 231.59; Sudbury, 615.85; Tecumseh, 127.81; Thorold, 139.26; 
Trenton, 70.60; Walkerton, 70.34; Walkerville, 86.96; Wallaceburg, 108.87; 
Waterloo, 156.19; Weston, 61.85; Whitby, 33.47 5,834 96 

Urban Public and Separate Schools, Special Grants and Contingencies ($81,677.02) 

Public School Boards, City of.— Belleville, 313.40; Brantford, 1,006.40; Chatham, 
407.20; Fort William, 2,951.00; Gait, 397.60; Guelph, 432.00; Hamilton, 4,795.20; 
Kingston, 516.80; Kitchener, 640.80; London, 1,959.60; Niagara Falls, 530.40; 
North Bay, 1,402.00; Oshawa, 702.00; Ottawa, 2,492.80; Owen Sound, 416.00; 
Peterborough, 649.60; Port Arthur, 2,257.00; Sarnia, 567.20; Sault Ste. Marie, 
2,257.50; St. Catharines, 680.40; St. Thomas, 500.96; Stratford, 468.00; Toronto, 
16,689.80; Welland, 393.60; Windsor, 1,649.20; Windsor East, 480.00; Wood- 
stock, 256.00 45,812 46 

Separate School Boards, City of. — Belleville, 56.00; Brantford, 156.00; Chatham, 
96.00; Fort William, 966.00; Gait, 32.00; Guelph, 115.20; Hamilton, 782.80; 
Kingston, 168.00; Kitchener, 248.00; London, 336.00; Niagara Falls, 52.00; North 
Bay, 601.00; Oshawa, 64.00; Ottawa, 1,016.40; Owen Sound, 28.00; Peterborough, 
248.40; Port Arthur, 525.00; Sarnia, 76.00; Sault Ste. Marie, 1,625.50; St. 
Catharines, 143.20; St. Thomas, 60.00; Stratford, 88.80; Toronto, 2,271.20; 
Windsor, 636.00; Windsor East, 190.00; Woodstock, 32.00 10,613 50 

Public School Boards, Town of. — Alexandria, 24.00; Almonte, 75.60; Amherstburg, 
102.60; Arnprior, 138.00; Aurora, 132.00; Barrie, 375.60; Blind River, 200.00; 
Bowmanville, 202.80; Bracebridge, 114.00; Brampton, 272.40; Bridgeburg, 
174.00; Brockville, 342.00; Burlington, 151.20; Campbellford, 138.00; Carleton 
Place, 192.00; Cobalt, 515.00; Cobourg, 189.60; Cochrane, 300.00; Collingwood, 
288.00; Copper Cliff, 490.00; Cornwall, 246.00; Dundas, 235.20; Dunnville, 
138.00; Eastview, 90.00; Elmira, 108.00; Fort Frances, 780.00; Gananoque, 
114.00; Goderich, 174.00; Haileybury, 285.75; Hanover, 180.00; Hawkesbury, 
42.00; Hespeler, 144.00; Huntsville, 278.00; Ingersoll, 205.20; Kenora, 820.00; 
Kincardine, 120.00; Kingsville, 156.00; Leamington, 183.60; Lindsay, 336.00; 
Listowel, 120.00; Meaford, 126.00; Merritton, 114.00; Midland, 396.00; Mimico, 
342.00; Napanee, 156.00; New Liskeard, 330.00; Newmarket, 200.78; New 
Toronto, 333.90; Oakville, 150.00; Orangeville, 110.40; Orillia, 408.00; Paris, 
198.00; Parry Sound, 466.00; Pembroke, 249.60; Penetanguishene, 182.40; 
Perth, 127.20; Petrolia, 150.00; Picton, 108.00; Port Colborne, 354.00; Port 
Hope, 186.00; Prescott, 109.20; Preston, 228.00; Renfrew, 150.00; Riverside, 
168.00; Rockland, 18.00; Sandwich, 524.40; Simcoe, 198.00; Smiths Falls, 
338.40; St. Marys, 162.00; Strathroy, 132.00; Sturgeon Falls, 201.50; Sudbury, 
1,042.00; Tecumseh, 18.00; Thorold, 207.60; Tillsonburg, 138.00; Timmins, 
981.00; Trenton, 239.40; Walkerton, 84.00; Walkerville, 468.00; Wallaceburg, 
204.00; Waterloo, 288.00; Weston, 243.00; Whitby, 126.00; Wingham, 90.00. . . . 20,219 33 

Separate School Boards, Town of. — Almonte, 60.00; Amherstburg, 99.60; Arnprior, 
132.00; Barrie, 30.00; Blind River, 225.00; Brockville, 90.00; Campbellford, 
24.00; Cobalt, 185.00; Cobourg, 60.00; Cochrane, 60.00; Collingwood, 24.00; 
Cornwall, 240.00; Dundas, 30.00; Eastview, 4.00; Fort Frances, 225.00; Gana- 
noque, 48.00; Goderich, 24.00; Haileybury, 130.00; Hanover, 18.00; Hawkes- 
bury, 36.00; Hespeler, 30.00; Ingersoll, 28.00; Lindsay, 90.00; Merritton, 18.00; 
Midland, 68.40; Mimico, 66.00; New Liskeard, 30.00; Newmarket, 24.00; 
Oakville, 12.00; Orillia, 58.80; Paris, 24.00; Pembroke, 174.00; Perth, 60.00; 
Picton, 12.00; Prescott, 42.00; Preston, 78.00; Renfrew, 142.80; Riverside, 73.20; 
Rockland, 6.00; Sandwich, 110.40; Smith's Falls, 78.00; St. Marys, 24.00; 
Sturgeon Falls, 445.00; Sudbury, 835.00; Tecumseh, 66.00; Thorold, 80.40; Tren- 
ton, 66.00; Walkerton, 90.00; Walkerville, 54.00; Wallaceburg, 84.00; Waterloo, 
102.00; Weston, 30.00; Whitby, 33.60 4,880 20 

Contingencies. — King's Printer 151 53 

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Brought forward 2,655,970 98 

Rural Public and Separate Schools, Districts, General Grants and Contingencies 

($785,505.49) 

Public School Grants, District of.— Algoma, 112,805.58; Cochrane, 101,754.90; 
Kenora, 37,331.00; Muskoka, 109,092.25; Nipissing, 47,823.50; Parry Sound, 
45,494.50; Rainy River, 47,209.00; Sudbury, 70.086.00; Temiskaming, 27,334.00; 
Thunder Bay, 54,464.50 653,395 23 

Separate School Grants, District of. — Algoma, 8,558.00; Cochrane, 48,574.00; 
Muskoka, 1,185.00; Nipissing, 20,592.00; Parry Sound, 14,331.00; Sudbury, 
37,303.50; Temiskaming, 656.00; Thunder Bay, 710.00 131,909 50 

Contingencies. — King's Printer 200 76 

Public and Separate Schools, Arrears of Grants ($1,657.11) 

Public Schools, County of.— Simcoe (Barrie), 591.55; Welland (Merritton), 229.86. 821 41 

Separate Schools, York (Toronto) 835 70 

Assisted Public and Separate Schools, Grants and Contingencies ($161,530.75) 

Public School Boards, County of. — Bruce, 1,414.00; Carleton, 113.04; Frontenac, 
4,683.00; Haliburton, 3,150.00; Hastings, 7.263.00; Lanark, 100.00; Lennox and 
Addington, 1,306.00; Peterborough, 6,350.00; Prescott and Russell, 1,053.68; 
Renfrew, 9,779.20; Simcoe, 1,300.00; Victoria, 625.00; Wentworth, 165.37 37,302 29 

Separate School Boards, County of. — Carleton, 1,395.38; Frontenac, 150.00; Huron, 
80.00; Lanark, 100.00; Lennox and Addington, 50.00; Leeds and Grenville, 
150.00; Prescott and Russell, 6,227.98; Renfrew, 7,400.00; Stormont, Dundas, 
1,385.77 16,939 13 

Public School Boards, District of— Algoma, 2,627.68; Cochrane, 9,426.00; Kenora, 
6,089.87; Manitoulin, 393.00; Muskoka, 6,239.20; Nipissing, 7,221.05; Parry 
Sound, 9,794.35; Rainy River, 6,050.00; Sudbury, 2,292.21; Temiskaming, 
1,601.30; Thunder Bay, 7,010.93 58,745 59 

Separate School Boards, District of. — Algoma, 4,948.41; Cochrane, 11,930.09; 
Kenora, 600.00; Muskoka, 350.00; Nipissing, 11,278.90; Parry Sound, 150.00; 
Rainy River, 75.00; Sudbury, 5,471.34; Temiskaming, 13,415.00; Thunder Bay, 
300.00 48,518 74 

Contingencies. — King's Printer 25 00 

Special Grant to Tarentorus Township School Board in aid of Education of Children 
at Children's Shelter ($208.23) 

Treasurer, Tarentorus School Board 208 23 

Special Grant to School at Whitefish Falls, District of Algoma 

($300.00) 

Bishop of Algoma 300 00 

Grants to Rural and Urban Schools affected by Unassessed Ground 
Property ($2,135.42) 

Treasurer, School Boards. — U. 1, Clinton and Louth, 350.00; Elizabethtown, 
100.00; MacDonald (Consolidated), Guelph, 447.12; Penetanguishene (Protes- 
tant), 500.00; 3, Westminster, 250.00; Whitby, 410.80; U. 4, East Zorra and 
Blandford, 77.50 2,135 42 

Rural School Libraries, Grants and Contingencies ($19,992.33) 

Public School Grants, Counties.— Brant, 331.20; Bruce, 849.13; Carleton, 216.27; 
Dufferin, 565.09; Dundas, Stormont and Glengarry, 651.13; Elgin, 760.42; Essex, 
393.99; Frontenac, 542.04; Grey, 276.98; Haldimand, 288.23; Haliburton, 9.20; 
Halton, 78.01; Hastings, 691.35; Huron, 557.46; Kent, 378.28; Lambton, 1,091.22; 

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Rural School Libraries, Grants and Contingencies — Continued 

Lanark, 736.19; Leeds and Grenville, 412.76; Lennox and Addington, 272.16; 
Lincoln, 364.05; Middlesex, 413.11; Norfolk, 456.71; Northumberland and 
Durham, 676.71; Ontario, 186.38; Oxford, 216.16; Peel, 151.62; Perth, 766.13; 
Peterborough, 148.10; Prescott and Russell, 44.30; Prince Edward, 383.52; 
Renfrew, 195.18; Simcoe, 720.69; Victoria, 450.15; Waterloo, 579.48; Welland, 
225.36; Wellington, 260.11; Wentworth, 255.67; York, 771.49 16,366 03 

Separate School Grants, Counties. — Brant, 95.06; Carleton, 88.70; Dundas, Stor- 
mont and Glengarry, 55.79; Essex, 130.83; Frontenac, 53.17; Grey, 54.08; Hast- 
ings, 37.33; Huron, 53.85; Kent, 55.38; Lambton, 8.92; Lanark, 10.00; Lennox 
and Addington, 10.00; Middlesex, 39.52; Norfolk, 9.65; Northumberland and 
Durham, 20.00; Ontario, 8.67; Peel, 8.75; Perth, 68.23; Peterborough, 18.20; 
Prescott and Russell 265.62; Renfrew, 109.85; Simcoe, 28.50; Victoria, 9.05; 
Waterloo, 55.70; Wellington, 36.69; Wentworth, 9.16; York, 19.40 1,360 10 

Public School Grants, Districts.— Algoma, 181.38; Cochrane, 90.97; Kenora, 72.51; 
Manitoulin, 67.88; Muskoka, 140.45; Nipissing, 144.59; Parry Sound, 180.64; 
Rainy River, 177.70; Sudbury, 218.87; Temiskaming, 122.03; Thunder Bay, 
283.78 1,680 80 

Separate School Grants, Districts. — Algoma, 10.00; Cochrane, 99.36; Kenora, 8.50; 
Muskoka, 17.17; Nipissing, 201.00; Rainy River, 8.91; Sudbury, 68.06; Temiskam- 
ing, 57.00; Thunder Bay, 10.00 480 00 

Contingencies. — King's Printer 105 40 

Public, Separate and Continuation Schools, Cadet Corps, Grants and 
Contingencies ($12,463.30) 

Public School Board.— Arthur, 50.00; Aylmer, 50.00; Barrie, 50.00; Belleville, 
200.00; Bowmanville, 50.00; Brampton, 100.00; Brockville, 150.00; Brussels, 
50.00; Campbellford, 50.00; Chatham, 150.00; Cobourg, 50.00; Dryden, 50.00; 
Dunnville, 50.00; Fort Frances, 50.00; Guelph, 50.00; Hallsville, 50.00; Hamilton, 
1,400.00; Havelock, 50.00; Iroquois Falls, 50.00; Keewatin, 50.00; Kenora, 
50.00; Kingston, 300.00; London, 900.00; Meaford, 50.00; Mimico, 50.00; Niagara 
Falls, 250.00; Orangeville, 50.00; Ottawa, 600.00; Paris, 50.00; Parry Sound, 
50.00; Peterborough, 300.00; Port Arthur, 200.00; Port Hope, 50.00; Ridgeway, 
100.00; St. Catharines, 350.00; St. Marys, 50.00; St. Thomas, 250.00; Stratford, 
250.00; Toronto, 3,700.00; Trenton, 100.00; Walkerton, 50.00; Walkerville, 
50.00; Westboro, 150.00; Weston, 50.00; Wheatley, 50.00; Woodbridge, 50.00; 
York, No. 25, 50.00; York East, U. 7, 100.00; York, 28, 50.00 11,050 00 

Separate School Board.— De La Salle, 50.00; London, 50.00; Toronto, 1,300.00 1,400 00 

Contingencies. — King's Printer 13 30 

Kindergarten Schools ($12,723.65) 

Public School Boards, City of.— Brantford, 288.00; Chatham, 162.00; Fort William, 
291.60; Gait, 150.00; Guelph, 149.40; Hamilton, 1,396.80; Kingston, 150.00; 
Kitchener, 256.00; London, 615.60; North Bay, 30.00; Oshawa, 162.00; Ottawa, 
560.00; Peterborough, 168.00; Port Arthur, 37.40; St. Catharines, 237.60; Sault 
Ste. Marie, 198.60; Stratford, 140.00; Toronto, 3,066.00; Welland, 94.00; Windsor, 
485.00 8,638 00 

Public School Boards, Town of.— Aylmer, 52.00; Barrie, 120.00; Bridgeburg, 171.20; 
Cobourg, 72.00; Cochrane, 44.80; Collingwood, 40.00; Elmira, 20.00; Essex, 
96.00; Goderich, 44.80; Grimsby, 40.00; Hanover, 60.80; Hawkesbury, 12.80; 
Hespeler, 40.00; Ingersoll, 60.00; Kincardine, 28.00; Kingsville, 56.00; Leaming- 
ton, 112.00; Merritton, 12.00; New Liskeard. 40.00; Pembroke, 120.00; Picton, 
40.00; Port Colborne, 179.20; Preston, 80.00; Renfrew, 40.00; Sandwich, 114.00; 
Seaforth, 40.00; Simcoe 36.80: Southampton, 16.00; Tillsonburg, 40.00; Timmins, 
121.70; Vankleek Hill, 40.00; Walkerville, 50.00; Waterloo, 72.00; Whitby, 
40.00 2,152 10 

Public School Boards, Village of.— Cobden, 8.00; Delhi, 50.40; Dundalk, 36.00; 
Fort Erie, 36.00; Forest Hill, 60.00; Humberstone, 36.00; Lucknow, 20.00; 
Neustadt, 48.00; Paisley, 20.00; Ripley, 30.00; Swansea, 50.00; Woodbridge, 
18.00 412 40 



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Kindergarten Schools — Continued 

Public School Sections.— 3 Brantford, 60.00; 3 Buchanan, 20.00; 9 Colchester, 
60.00; 2 Grantham, 60.00; 5 and 6 Grantham, 28.80; 8 Grantham, 19.20; 3 
Louth, 60.00; 2 Middleton, 19.20; 2 North Algona, 18.00; 1 Petawawa, 48.00; 
2 Russell, 60.00; 10 Scarborough, 60.00; 12 Scarborough, 168.00; 1 Stamford, 
60.00; 4 Stamford, 24.00; 6 Stamford, 36.00; Ia Tisdale, 60.00; 2 Thorold, 60.00; 
2 Westmeath, 48.00; 4 York, 36.00; 13 York, 80.00; 15 York, 100.00; 25 York, 
60.00; 29 York, 68.00; 32 York, 60.00; 34 York, 48.00 1,421 20 

Consolidated Schools.— Falls View, 60.00; Wellington, 20.00 80 00 

Miscellaneous. — King's Printer 19 95 

Night Schools ($12,394.79) 

Grants.— Barwick, 600.00; Capreol, 135.00; Dill and Cleland, 246.75; Dorion, 
108.00; Espanola, 144.38; Neelon, 112.50; Nipigon, 136.50; Port Colborne, 
1,083.34; Stratton, 195.00; Toronto, 7,557.25; Vineland, 70.32; Welland, 446.25; 
White River, 516.00; Wicksteed, 52.50; York, 972.00 12,375 79 

Miscellaneous. — King's Printer 19 00 

Consolidated Schools ($32,782.62) 

Grants.— Barwick, 2,276.00; Burriss, 1,444.90; Byng Inlet, 202.50; Cardiff, 574.50; 
Chaffey, 1,100.00; Charlton, 654.77; Dorion, 1,285.50; Falls View. 348.00; Gooder- 
ham, 705.20; Grant, 46.80; Grantham, 120.00; Hudson, 1,083.20; Humber 
Heights, 180.00; Jaffray and Mellick 492.30; Jocelyn, 280.50; Katrine, 357.38; 
Kennebec, 563.86; MacDonald, 259.37; Mallorytown, 300.00; Mindemoya, 
1,020.85; Morley, 1,121.25; Morrison, 168.45; Nipigon, 432.00; Nobel, 720.00; 
North Mountain, 811.80; Pointe au Baril, 374.40; Quibell, 9,554.67; Savard, 
2,357.28; Sundridge, 174.00; Tamworth, 311.28; Teefy, 480.00; Tweed, 488.25; 
Wellington, 684.00; West Guilford, 378.00; Whitby, 60.00; Wilberforce, 443.50. . 31,854 51 

Miscellaneous. — -J. G. Briscoe, gas and oil, 25.74; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., pump jack, 
36.60; King's Printer, 35.80; W. H. Miller, lumber, 65.20; W. G. Nixon, board, 
89.71; Pay lists, wages of men, 553.57; Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd., pipe, 82.71. 
Sundries — freight, 12.25; petty disbursements, 26.53 928 11 

Agricultural and Horticultural School Boards, Grants and 
Contingencies ($334,389.12) 

Ungraded Public Schools.— School Boards, 12,884.90; teachers, 187.182.28 200,067 18 

Graded Public Schools— School Boards, 7,822.99; teachers, 74,237.45 82,060 44 

Ungraded Separate Schools. — School Boards, 351.15; teachers, 5,976.66 6,327 81 

Graded Separate Schools.— School Boards, 2,801.94; teachers, 16,650.09 19 r 452,.03 

Inspectors.— Public Schools, 24,657.92; Separate Schools, 1,331.00 25,988 92 

Contingencies. — King's Printer, 438.08; Remington Typewriters, Ltd., 27.75; petty 

disbursements, 26.91 492 74 

Industrial Arts, Manual Training and Household Science, Grants 
and Contingencies ($75,905.59) 

Public Schools. — School Boards and teachers 71,450 96 

Separate Schools. — School Boards and teachers 4,250 06 

Consolidated Schools. — School Boards and teachers 90 00 

Contingencies. — King's Printer, 101.05; petty disbursements, 13.52 114 57 

Correspondence Courses and Courses by Itinerant Teachers for 

Pupils in Isolated Districts, including Services 

and Equipment ($21,442.24) 

Myra D. Ford Teacher 

F. G. Sloman 

W. H. McNally 

Wm. Wright 

Wm. J. Fleming 

Lillian McBride 

Marguerite E. Holmes 

Andrew D. Clement 

Gladys Dale 



11 months 


1,430 75 


12 " 


1,800 00 


12 " 


1,800 00 


12 " 


1,600 00 


12 " 


1,600 00 


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1,600 00 


12 " 


1,550 00 


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250 00 


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Correspondence Courses and Courses by Itinerant Teachers for Pupils in 
Isolated Districts, including Services and Equipment — Continued 

Temporary Teachers. — Gladys Dale, at 100.00 per mo., 550.00; at 116.16 per mo., 
143.58; M. Frances Hinchcliffe, at 100.00 per mo., 107.69; F. M. Stevens, at 
100.00 per mo., 355.82; Bertha E. Williams, at 100.00 per mo., 585.18 1,742 27 

Travelling Expenses.— W. J. Fleming, 345.00; W. H. McNally, 96.00; F. G. Sloman, 

203.25; W. Wright, 15.75 660 00 

Text Books and Supplies. — Blackie & Son, Ltd., 52.86; Canadian Watchman Press, 
55.14; Cassell & Co., Ltd., 11.39; W. R. Chambers, Ltd., 26.90; A. Clement, 
19.95; Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., 84.74; J. M. Dent & Son, Ltd., 23.76; T. Eaton Co., 
Ltd., 61.71; W. J. Gage & Co., Ltd., 159.73; G. M. Hendry Co., Ltd., 363.86; 
Hobbies, Ltd., 20.42; Hudson's Bay Co., Ltd., 22.50; Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 22.69; 
Longmans, Green & Co., Ltd., 56.54; Lovelady Studio, 17.00; Macmillan Co., 
Ltd., 62.03; McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., 10.34; E. N. Moyer Co., Ltd., 17.70; T. 
Nelson & Sons, Ltd., 263.51; Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Ltd., 52.50; Oxford 
University Press, 45.17; Ryerson Press, 126.12; Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd., 224.82; 
Smith & Chappie, Ltd., 22.36; United Press, Ltd., 22.20 1,845 94 

Miscellaneous. — Canadian National Railways, school car and supplies, 2,012.64; 
Canadian Pacific Railway, school car and supplies, 1,396.05; King's Printer, 
1,708.36. Sundries — express, 150.81; freight, 42.12; newspapers and periodicals, 
35.77; petty disbursements, 91.23 5,436 98 

Continuation Schools, Grants and Contingencies ($225,353.02) 

Continuation School Boards.— Ayr, 908.60; Bancroft, 903.62; Blackstock, 901.90; 
Coniston, 1,782.54; Dorchester, 903.68; Espanola, 1,838.16; Freelton, 423.01; 
Holstein, 890.66; Ilderton, 911.59; Lefroy, 632.79; Lobo, 920.56; Lyndhurst, 
876.27; Marmora, 896.06; Mount Brydges, 910.89; Mount Pleasant, 873.20; 
Onondaga, 399.30; Paisley, 911.25; Pelee Island, 419.87; Rainy River, 42.85; 
Richards' Landing, 1,320.64; St. George, 924.15; Sparta, 900.83; Stella, 868.32; 
Tamworth, 912.43; Thorndale, 891.31; Thornton, 853.53; Wales, 443.38 23,461 39 

Public School Boards, Town of.— Blind River, 1,846.86; Bothwell, 884.30; Bruce 
Mines, 1,825.58; Capreol, 1,831.50; Dresden, 893.61; Dryden, 1,809.20; Engle- 
hart, 4,475.72; Gore Bay, 1,822.10; Iroquois Falls, 4,557.44; Keewatin, 1,801.76; 
Little Current, 1,751.40; Massey, 1,823.74; Mattawa, 1,734.06; Palmerston, 
900.21; Powassan, 7,240.56; Rainy River, 1,802.34; Sioux Lookout, 2,333.24; 
Southampton, 908.74; Stayner, 893.52; Sturgeon Falls, 1,807.22; Tilbury, 905.68; 
Thombury, 918.11 44,766 89 

Public School Boards, Village of.— Acton, 919.85; Ailsa Craig, 873.64; Alvinston, 
902.62; Arkona, 351.83; Assignack, 138.00; Bancroft, 2,000.00; Bath, 884.74; 
Beaverton, 915.00; Beeton, 895.20; Blyth, 903.25; Bobcaygeon, 908.02; Bolton, 
890.94; Brussels, 899.89; Burks Falls, 1,815.04; Cannington, 896.58; Cardinal, 
905.34; Chatsworth, 905.71; Clifford, 921.18; Cobden, 441.36; Coldwater, 923.19; 
Cramahe, 434.62; Creemore, 898.25; Delhi, 898.61; Douglas, 423.20; Drayton, 
899.37; Eganville, 916.99; Embro, 906.28; Erin, 913.92; Frankford, 916.90; 
Grand Valley, 899.97; Havelock, 859.15; Hensall, 901.15; Hepworth, 899.47; 
Highgate, 868.98; Jarvis, 897.08; Kaladar, 1,000.00; Lanark, 889.73; Lion's 
Head, 850.25; Lucknow, 917.14; Merrickville, 901.93; Millbrook, 917.33; Milver- 
ton, 921.87; Mornington, 399.10; New Hamburg, 902.12; Oil Springs, 878.10; 
Port Carling, 1,309.16; Richmond, 910.89; Rodney, 904.53 ; South River, 
1,752.32; Springfield, 922.25; Stouffville, 898.85; Sutton, 921.76; Swansea, 
850.48; Tara, 902.48; Tavistock, 906.53; Teeswater, 912.32; Thamesville, 907.87; 
Thedford, 859.98; Tiverton, 868.27; Tottenham, 891.48; Wellington, 921.38; 
West Lome, 897.98; Westport, 894.94; Wheatley, 884.62; Woodville, 915.79; 
Wroxeter, 893.61 59,530 38 

Separate School Boards, Village of.— Eganville, 697.25; Westport, 872.66 1,569 91 

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Continuation Schools, Grants and Contingencies — Continued 

Consolidated Schools. — Mallorytown, 896.65; Mindemoya, 1,833.72; Nipigon, 

1,584.84; North Mountain and Hallville, 923.05; Sundridge, 1,707.70 6,945 96 

Public School Boards, Township of.— No. 14 Albion, 882.90; 3 Amabel and Arran, 
856.21; 3 Amaranth, 377.75; 17 and 19, Ameliasburg and Hillier, 633.50; 1 Anson, 
924.99; 2 Assignack, 1,276.82; 17 Augusta, 897.52; 11 Bastard, 866.86; 2 Bay- 
ham, 919.40; 9 Bertie, 904.87; 4 Beverley, 887.98; 11 Blenheim, 891.38; 21 
Blenheim, 661.72; 24 Blenheim, 909.14; 13 Brock, 890.41; 3 Buchanan, 628.44; 
18 Burford and Oakland, 899.55; 4 Caledon, 661.83; 15 Caledon, 861.66; 16 
Caradoc, 915.68; 12 Clarke, 917.16; 9 Colchester South, 914.55; 5 Crosby, 
905.75; 3 Cumberland, 653.79; 5 Cumberland, 621.37; 16 Darlington, 416.15; 

2 Delaware, 884.50; 5 Denbigh, 699.47; 5 Dereham, 912.21; 12 Dereham, 912.01; 

11 Dorchester South, 913.25; 3 Dysart, 1,391.64; 15 Edwardsburg, 890.10; 

4 Ennismore, 869.52; 9 Eramosa, 648.12; 12 Ernestown, 883.19; 5 Essa, 900.37; 

12 Etobicoke, 903.75; 5 Euphemia, 887.54; 8 Fitzroy, 433.08; 11 Fitzroy, 898.86; 

5 Flos, 904.25; 1 Freeman, 1,280.80; 5 Gloucester, 449.86; 13 Gwillimbury, 
918.52; 7 Hay, 441.22; 17 Howick, 894.28; 3 Huntley, 897.96; 10 Huron, 885.43; 
14 King, 905.31; 5 Lash, 2,367.02; 8 Leeds and Lansdowne, 874.29; Leeds and 
Lansdowne, 887.24; 7 Manvers, 411.95; 15 Manvers, 413.69; 3 Marlborough, 
637.14; 1 McMurrich and Ryerson, 1,558.24; 8 Mariposa, 870.96; 8 Monk, 
1,695.42; 1 Mountain, 908.38; 5 Mulmur, 878.87; 16 and 18 Murray and 
Brighton, 872.08; 10 Nepean, 441.29; 5 Nissouri East and Oxford, 872.04; 

3 North Gower, 899.04; 6 North Gower, 905.34; 3 Norwich North and Oxford 
East, 887.89; 6 Norwich South, 887.18; 5 Nottawasaga and Osprey, 616.41; 
2 Orillia, 1,357.12; 12 Orillia, 894.52; 11 Osgoode, 887.17; 15 Osgoode, 888.65; 
18 Osgoode, 912.20; 7 Osprey, 873.19; 4 Pakenham, 897.04; 9 Pelham, 921.76; 
2 Percy, 905.76; 15 Pickering, 904.44; 4 Pickering West, 893.68; 5 Raleigh, 
897.50; 6 Ross, 626.17; 2 Russell, 900.47; 14 Scarborough, 909.01; 1 Schreiber, 
2,331.00; 3 Sommerville, 638.88; 12 Southwold, 905.28; 4 Tilbury West, 895.36; 
1a Tisdale, 1,842.40; 2 Toronto, 438.27; 9 Vespra, 646.19; 3 Walpole, 905.72; 
2 Westmeath, 875.92; 7 Westmeath, 901.32; 17 Westminster, 922.32; 3 Whitby, 
867.65; 1 Wickstead, 1,586.82; 1 and 3 Wilmot and Blenheim, 874.25; 4 Wolfe 

Island, 430.88 88,398 03 

Contingencies. — King's Printer, 680.15; petty disbursements, .31 680 46 

Fifth Classes, Grants and Contingencies ($88,897.07) 

Public School Boards, County and District of.— Algoma, 1,604.32; Brant, 405.62; 
Bruce East, 198.59; Bruce West, 396.37; Cochrane, 1,447.02; Dufferin, 909.39; 
Dundas, 309.96; Elgin East, 519.18; Elgin West, 396.98; Essex North, 130.00; 
Essex South, 65.00; Frontenac North, 847.32; Frontenac South, 430.82; Grey 
East, 869.59; Haldimand, 442.44; Haliburton, 1,855.20; Halton and Wentworth, 
637.07; Hastings Centre, 702.39; Hastings North, 393.15; Hastings South, 
327.45; Huron East, 564.50; Huron West, 1,668.48; Kenora, 1,325.60; Kent 
East, 446.15; Kent West, 211.97; Lambton East, 220.65; Lambton West, 973.35; 
Lanark East, 190.00; Lanark West, 156.42; Leeds and Grenville, No. 1, 307.87; 
Leeds and Grenville, No. 2, 378.01; Lennox, 213.38; Lincoln, 167.86; Manitoulin, 
1,475.20; Middlesex East, 1,272.41; Middlesex West, 308.04; Muskoka, 3,507.86; 
Nipissing, 592.18; Norfolk, 431.96; Northumberland and Durham, No. 1, 719.15; 
Northumberland and Durham, No. 2, 292.55; Northumberland and Durham, 
No. 3, 380.02; Ontario North, 1,177.73; Ontario South, 189.36; Oxford North, 
710.43; Oxford South, 311.18; Peel, 136.53; Parry Sound, 4,163.46; Perth 
North, 286.18; Perth South, 134.64; Peterborough East, 1,035.67; Prescott 
and Russell, 874.13; Prince Edward, 357.87; Rainy River, 4,986.16; Renfrew 
North, 903.99; Renfrew South, 63.09; Simcoe East, 998.03; Simcoe North, 
632.42; Simcoe South, 700.47; Stormont, 329.72; Sudbury, 4,737.72; Temiskam- 
ing North and Cochrane, 2,525.28; Temiskaming South, 1,146.56; Thunder 
Bay, 1,943.72; Victoria West, 1,852.14; Waterloo North, 931.22; Waterloo 
South, 69.01; Welland North, 317.90; Wellington South, 390.49; Wentworth, 
519.55; York North, 977.90 62,094 02 

Public School Boards, Town of.— Bala, 534.12; Charlton, 326.70; Kearney, 611.34; 
Latchford, 519.50; Matheson, 258.50; New Toronto, 213.70; Trout Creek, 
496.94; Webbwood, 348.20 3,309 00 

Carried forward 4,420,157 66 



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Brought forward 4,420,157 66 

Fifth Classes, Grants and Contingencies — Continued 

Public School Boards, Village of.— Courtwright, 118.87; Depot Harbour, 316.30; 
Hilton Beach, 499.82; Holland Landing, 18.40; Killaloe Station, 141.38; 
L'Orignal, 350.92; Mildmay, 169.75; Neustadt, 121.04; Newboro, 295.70; Port 
McNichol, 393.64; Rosseau, 346.22; Victoria Harbour, 345.70; Webbwood, 
352.40; Windermere, 17.84; Woodbridge, 375.53 3,863 51 

Separate School Boards, County and District of.— Algoma, 130.24; Bruce, 887.87; 
Cochrane, 1,108.62; Essex, 650.78; Glengarry, 737.63; Grey, 328.60; Hastings, 
204.11; Huron, 804.39; Kent, 244.49; Lennox and Addington, 62.19; Nipissing, 
628.50; Northumberland and Durham, 211.92; Ontario, 341.79; Perth, 1,262.85; 
Peterborough, 71.60; Rainy River, 149.24; Renfrew, 1,756.77; Russell, 834.84; 
Simcoe, 134.00; Stormont, 616.31; Sudbury, 295.04; Victoria, 282.94; Waterloo, 
889.50; Wellington, 315.80; Wentworth, 377.50 13,327 52 

Separate School Boards, Town of. — Blind River, 380.00; Casselman, 154.64; 
Charlton, 416.94; Chelmsford, 370.60; Hawkesbury, 137.41; Hespeler, 268.30; 
Preston, 284.10; Riverside, 193.35; Sandwich, 286.22; Tecumseh, 374.92; 
Tilbury, 348.34; Windsor East, 426.65 3,641 47 

Separate School Boards, Village of. — Belle River, 427.81; Casselman, 170.73; 
Chelmsford, 379.72; Hastings, 359.81; Killaloe Station, 403.80; Lancaster, 
412.88; Mildmay, 373.50 2,528 25 

Contingencies. — King's Printer 133 30 

Teachers' Associations, Grants and Contingencies ($9,484.40) 

Teachers' Institutes, City of.— Brantford, 50.00; Chatham, 25.00; Fort William 
and Port Arthur, 100.00; Guelph, 25.00; Hamilton, 200.00; Kingston, 50.00; 
London, 100.00; Ottawa, 175.00; Peterborough, 50.00; Sarnia, 50.00; St. Cath- 
arines, 50.00; Toronto, 700.00; Windsor, 125.00 1.700 00 

Teachers' Institutes, County and District of. — Algoma East, 50.00; Algoma, Eastern 
Division, 50.00; Brant, 50.00; Bruce East, 50.00; Bruce West, 50.00; Carleton 
East, 50.00; Carleton West, 50.00; Cochrane North, 50.00; Dufferin, 50.00; 
Dundas, 50.00; Elgin East, 50.00; Elgin West, 50.00; Essex North, 100.00; 
Essex South, 50.00; Frontenac North and Addington, 25.00; Frontenac South, 
50.00; Grey East, 50.00; Grey South, 50.00; Grey West, 50.00; Glengarry, 
50.00; Haliburton, 25.00; Haldimand, 50.00; Halton and Wentworth, 50.00; 
Hastings Centre, 50.00; Hastings North, 25.00; Hastings South, 50.00; Huron 
East, 50.00; Huron West, 50.00; Kenora, 50.00; Kent No. 1, 50.00; Kent No. 2, 
50.00; Lambton East, 50.00; Lambton West, 50.00; Lanark East, 50.00; Lanark 
West, 50.00; Leeds and Grenville No. 1, 50.00; Leeds and Grenville No. 2. 
50.00; Leeds and Grenville No. 3, 50.00; Lennox, 50.00; Lincoln, 50.00; Mani- 
toulin, 50.00; Middlesex East, 50.00; Middlesex West, 50.00; Muskoka, 50.00; 
Nipissing, 50.00; Norfolk, 50.00; Northumberland and Durham, No. 1, 50.00; 
Northumberland and Durham, No. 2, 50.00; Northumberland and Durham, 
No. 3, 25.00; Ontario North, 50.00; Ontario South, 75.00; Oxford, 75.00; Parry 
Sound East, 50.00; Parry Sound West, 50.00; Peel, 50.00; Perth, 75.00; Peter- 
borough, 50.00; Prescott and Russell, 100.00; Prince Edward, 50.00; Rainy 
River, 50.00; Renfrew North, 50.00; Renfrew South, 50.00; Simcoe East, 50.00; 
Simcoe North, 50.00; Simcoe South, 50.00; Stormont, 50.00; Sudbury No. 6, 
50.00; Sudbury No. 7, 50.00; Temiskaming North and Cochrane, 50.00; Temis- 
kaming South, 50.00; Thunder Bay, 50.00; Victoria West, 50.00; Waterloo, 
125.00; Welland North, 75.00; Welland South, 50.00; Wellington North, 50.00; 
Wellington South, 75.00; Wentworth, 50.00; York, No. 1, 50.00; York, No. 2, 
75.00; York, No. 3, 75.00; York, No. 4, 75.00; York, No. 5, 50.00 4,425 00 

Travelling Expenses. — Sundry teachers 1,400 13 

Contingencies. — King's Printer 1,959 27 

Grants to Associations ($18,600.00) 

Ontario Educational Association, 5,000.00; Trustees' Section, Ontario Educational 
Association, 8,000.00; Canadian Educational Association, 200.00; Urban Trustees' 
Association, 1,000.00; National Council of Education for Secretarial Work, 
2,400.00; Ontario Federation of Home and School Association, 2,000.00 18,600 00 

Carried forward 4,471,736 11 



1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION F 2 3 

Brought forward 4,471,736 1 1 

Spring and Summer Schools ($78,797.95) 

Lecturers— Services, 70,101.58; expenses, 1,408.87 71,510 45 

Rent of Class Rooms and Caretaker's services, sundry schools 4,058 00 

School Supplies, etc. — Art Extension Press, forms, 12.50; Bond Hardware Co., Ltd., 
hardware, 123.17; Central Scientific Co., acid, 53.69; Chas. Chapman Co., 
paper, 28.84; City Dairy Co., milk, 45.26; Cody Hardware Co., hardware, 29.65; 
Consumers Lumber Co., lumber, 336.88; W. Copp, printing forms, 26.00; Dale 
Estate, Ltd., labels, 13.80; Dominion Reed Supplies, reed, 41.96; Douglas Seed 
Co., seeds, 24.85; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., cloth, 104.02; D. K. Edwards, frames, 51.14; 
J. T. Gilchrist & Co., lumber, 23.87; Graham, Bryson, Ltd., provisions, 26.46; 
H. A. Grainger, flowers, 18.40; Hamilton Technical Institute, supplies, 27.43; 
Handicraft Supplies Co., wicker, 29.67; Heintzman & Co., Ltd., piano rent, 21.75; 
G. M. Hendry Co., Ltd., stationery, 205.70; C. Hersey, care of grounds, 21.50; 
Hobson and Co., Ltd., groceries, 39.60; J. Hope and Sons, books, 17.18; Ingram 
and Bell, Ltd., supplies, 18.09; A. E. Kelly, provisions, 21.30; Kemptville 
Agricultural School, stencils, 23.21; King's Printer, 489.70; Lawson & Jones, 
Ltd., paper, 13.05; A. Lismer, supplies, 18.85; G. H. May, milk, 12.06; Mills 
Hardware Co., Ltd., squares, 11.00; E. N. Moyer Co., Ltd., stationery, 16.20; 
R. McDonald & Sons, Ltd., 29.55; National Stationers, Ltd., stationery, 26.10; 
Northern Varnish Co., Ltd., varnish, 16.75; Queen's University, chemicals, 
68.62; W. A. Rankin, Ltd., hardware, 18.90; Russill Hardware Co., Ltd., hard- 
ware, 17.08; Ryerson Press, books, 139.60; So-Clean, Ltd., paper towels, 51.92; 
J. M. Stanley, groceries, 41.09; G. Toole, supplies, 30.00; University of Toronto, 
printing, 49.60; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., typewriter, 319.25; Ward's 
Natural Science, specimens, 12.35; H. A. Wilson Co., Ltd., sporting goods, 87.30; 
Wilson Munroe Co., Ltd., millboard, 22.32; World Book Co., Ltd., books, 13.94. 
Sundries — car tickets, 13.95; cartage, 30.96; express, 12.47; postage, 104.60; 
telephone, 16.17; petty disbursements, 160.20 3,229 50 

League of the Empire ($251.26) 

Gilchrist, Wright, Ltd., stationery, 42.05; F. M. Standish, services as secretary, 

100.00; D. Wainwright, services typing notices, 60.54; postage, 48.67 251 26 

Special Grants to Art Department and Teachers in Art ($7,269.50) 

Public Schools— Boards, 1,770.25; teachers, 4,351.00 6,121 25 

Separate Schools.— Boards, 340.00; teachers, 800.00 1,140 00 

Miscellaneous. — King's Printer 8 25 

Grants to School Boards for Music ($23,723.33) 

Public School Boards, 15,038.23; teachers, 7,730.00 22,768 23 

Separate School Boards, 260.00; teachers, 680.00 940 00 

Miscellaneous. — King's Printer 15 10 

Medical and Dental Inspection Grants ($15,122.80) 

Public Schools, Cities and Towns.— Barrie, 160.00; Belleville, 123.00; Brockville, 
155.00; Chatham, 147.00; Dundas, 80.00; Fort Frances, 81.00; Fort William, 
303.00; Gait, 156.00; Hamilton, 1,605.00; Kingston, 189.00; London, 672.00; 
Midland, 160.00; Mimico, 155.00; Niagara Falls, 189.00; Ottawa, 756.00; Owen 
Sound, 113.40; Pembroke, 115.00; Peterborough, 222.00; Renfrew, 40.00; Sand- 
wich, 210.00; Sarnia, 189.00; St. Catharines, 264.00; Sault Ste. Marie, 98.40; 
St. Thomas, 180.00; Sudbury, 170.00; Walkerville, 350.00; Waterloo, 120.00; 
Welland, 150.00; Windsor, 618.00; Windsor East, 168.00; Woodstock, 68.00 8,006 80 

Public Schools, Townships. — U 2, Beamsville, Grimsby and Clinton, 400.00; 
Brampton, Port Credit and Toronto, 400.00; U 2 A and 2 B Bridgeburg, Fort 
Erie and Bertie, 710.00; 2 Barton and Flamboro, 290.00; Dunnville, Cayuga 
and Caledonia, 400.00; 11 A and 11 B Etobicoke, 65.00; U 1 Glanford and 
Beverley, 310.00; 1 and 2 Nepean, 350.00; U 1 Port Dalhousie, Merritton and 
Grantham, 400.00; 10 Scarborough, 180.00; 12 Scarborough, 190.00; 15 Scar- 
borough, 80.00; U 1 Stamford and Stamford, 400.00; U 3 Stoney Creek and 
Saltfleet, 290.00; U 3 Thorold, and Thorold 340.00; Wiarton, Southampton 
and Amabel, 310.00; 29, 32 and 33 York, 400.00; 28 York, 215.00; 15 York, 
340.00 6,070 00 



Carried forward 4,595,854 95 



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Brought forward 4,595,854 95 

Medical and Dental Inspection Grants — Continued 



Separate Schools.— Barrie, 15.00; Chelmsford and Coniston, 400.00; Gait, 15.00; 
London, 102.00; Niagara Falls, 27.00; St. Catharines, 57.00; Waterloo, 40.00; 
Windsor, 267.00; Windsor East, 123.00 

Grants and Contingencies $4,517,108.42 



.046 00 



J N 



INSPECTION OF SCHOOLS 

Salaries (Inside Staff) ($64,733.37) 

V. K. Greer Chief Inspector 12 months 

D. Campbell Assistant Chief Inspector 12 " 

eil McDougall Director of School Correspondence Branch 

and Summer Courses 12 " 

J. B. McDougall Director of School Attendance 12 " 

Constance R. Boulton School Attendance, Field Work Officer 12 " 

J. B. Dandeno Inspector of Elementary Agricultural classes. 12 " 

G. K. Mills Inspector Continuation Schools 12 " 

J. P. Hoag " " " 12 " 

J. P. Cowles " " " 6 " 

A. H. Leake Inspector of Manual Training and House- 
hold Science . . 12 " 

Harold E. Amos Inspector of Auxiliary Classes 12 " 

Helen De Laporte Asst. Inspector of Auxiliary Classes 12 " 

W. J. Karr Director of English Instruction 12 " 

A. J. Beneteau " of French " 12 " 

W. J. McCoy Clerk, Group 1 12 " 

M. K. Drew Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

Laura Kirkland " " " 12 " 

Helen M. Boyd " " " 12 " 

R. A. Patterson " " " 12 " 

E. H. Ross Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 12 " 

J. M. Smyth Clerk Typist, Group 1 12 " 

Inspection of Public Schools ($216,344.48) 



T. W. Standing Inspector, 

John McCool 

W. F. Bald 

Thos. P. Maxwell " 

R.C.Rose " 

W. R. Liddy " 

H. B. Fetterly 

W.J.Stewart " 

J. C Smith 

John A. Taylor " 

Thos. Preston " 

W. L. Bowden " 

S. A. Truscott « 

M. R. Reid " 

J. W. Crewson " 

S. A. Morrison " 

J. J. Wilson " 

Robt. Wright « 

J. L. Mitchener " 

J. M. Denyes " 

A. W. McGuire " 

H.J. Clarke 

James Colling " 

John M. Field " 

E. C. Beacom " 

Geo. A. Pearson " 

J. H. Smith 

J. J. Edwards " 

Herbert B. Galpin " 



Brant 12 months 

Bruce E 12 " 

Bruce W 12 " 

Carleton E 12 " 

Carleton W 12 " 

Dufferin 12 " 

Dundas 8 " 

Dundas 4 " 

Elgin E 12 " 

Elgin W 12 " 

Essex N 12 " 

Essex S 12 " 

FrontenacS 12 " 

Frontenac N 12 ■ 

Glengarry 12 " 

Grey E 12 " 

Grey W 12 " 

GreyS 12 " 

Haldimand 12 " 

Halton 12 " 

Hastings Centre 12 " 

Hastings S 12 " 

Hastings N 12 " 

Huron E 12 ■ 

Huron W 12 « 

Kent E 12 " 

KentW 12 " 

Lambton E 12 " 

Lambton W 12 " 



5,400 00 


4,200 00 


4,200 00 


4,200 00 


1,900 00 


4,000 00 


4,600 00 


4,600 00 


2,108 37 


3,800 00 


4,200 00 


2,400 00 


5,000 00 


4,800 00 


1,600 00 


1,400 00 


1,300 00 


1,200 00 


1,500 00 


1,200 00 


1,125 00 


2,800 00 


2,800 00 


2,800 00 


2,800 00 


2,800 00 


2,800 00 


1,600 00 


1,000 00 


2,800 00 


2,366 67 


2,800 00 


2,800 00 


2,800 00 


2,800 00 


2,800 00 


2,399 97 


2,200 00 


2,800 00 


2,800 00 


2,800 00 


2,800 00 


2,493 33 


2,800 00 


2,800 00 


2,399 97 


2,399 97 


2,800 00 


2,800 00 


2,399 97 



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4,736,894 20 



Thos. C. Smith Inspector, 

J. C. Spence " 

Jas. F. McGuire 

Wm. C. Dowsley " 

T. A. Craig 

E. J. Corkill 

Geo. A. Carefoot " 

P. J. Thompson " 

J. H. Sexton 

H. Frank Cook 

E. E. Snider 



John W. Odell 
A. A. Martin . 



T. R. Ferguson .... 
R. A. Hutchison . . . 
Geo. W. Mather.. . . 

R. A. Paterson 

M. R. Fydell 

A. E. Nelson 

James H. Smith 

Richard Lees 

Leo W. Copp 

Roscoe F. Downey . 

Arch. Mc Vicar 

C. E. Stothers 

Norman Campbell . 

G. G. McNab 

Jos. L. Garvin 

W. H. Carlton 

Isaac Day 

James Froats 

Edwin W. Jennings. 

L. Norman 

R. H. Roberts 

J. W. Marshall 

Jas. McNiece 

J. A. Gibson 

L. A. Menzie 

J. B. Robinson 

W. A. Fydell 

A. L. Campbell 

A. A. Jordan 

W. W. Trench 

J. E. Wilkinson. . . . 
Robt. Gillies 



Lanark W 

Lanark E 

Leeds No. 1 

Leeds No. 2 

Leeds No. 3 

Lennox 

Lincoln 

Middlesex E 

Middlesex W 

Norfolk 

Northumberland 

No. 1 

Northumberland 

No. 2 

Northumberland 

No. 3 

Ontario N 

Ontario S 

Oxford N 

Oxford S 

Peel 

Perth N 

Perth S 

Peterborough E. . 
Peterborough E. . 
Peterborough W . 

Prescott 

Prince Edward . . 

Renfrew N 

Renfrew S 

Simcoe 

Simcoe S.W 

Simcoe E 

Stormont 

Victoria W 

Waterloo No. 2. . 
Waterloo No. 1 . 

WellandN 

Welland S 

Wellington N. .. , 

Wellington S 

Went worth 

York N 

YorkS 

YorkE.... 

York Division 3 . 

York 

York 



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and Durham 



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12 

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2,626 67 
2,800 00 
2,708 70 
2,635 33 
2,756 00 
2,800 00 
2,800 00 
2,800 00 
2,800 00 
2,800 00 

2,800 00 

2,800 00 

2,200 00 
2,800 00 
2,800 00 
2,064 00 
2,720 00 
2,399 97 
2,732 67 
2,366 67 
2,200 00 

600 00 
2,800 00 
2,800 00 
2,599 99 
2,399 97 
2,800 00 
2,800 00 
2,200 00 
2,800 00 
2,800 00 
2,800 00 
2,544 67 
2,399 97 
2,800 00 
2,800 00 
2,200 00 
2,200 00 
2,800 00 
2,200 00 
2,800 00 
2,800 00 
2,800 00 
2,599 99 

600 00 



Grants to School Boards, City or Town of.— Belleville, 246.00; Brantford, 684.00 
Brockville, 186.00; Chatham, 270.00; Fort William, 612.00; Gait, 312.00 
Gananoque, 60.00; Guelph, 336.00; Hamilton, 3,132.00; Ingersoll, 120.00 
Kingston, 378.00; Kitchener, 552.00; London, 1,344.00; Niagara Falls, 366.00 
Ottawa, 1,524.00; Peterborough, 444.00; Port Arthur, 432.00; Prescott, 54.00 
Sandwich, 252.00; Sarnia, 372.00; Sault Ste. Marie, 492.00; Smiths Falls, 144.00 
St. Catharines, 534.00; St. Thomas, 342.00; St. Marys, 60.00; Stratford, 360.00 
Toronto, 11,046.00; Trenton, 126.00; Walkerville, 240.00; Welland, 300.00 
Windsor, 1,206.00; Woodstock, 204.00 



26,730 00 



District Public Schools ($54,891.33) 



J. L. Moore Inspector. 

J. W. Hagen 

L. A. Marlin 

C. F. Ewers " 

Donald G. Smith 



12 months 
12 " 
12 " 
12 « 
12 " 



3,600 00 
3,600 00 
3,600 00 
3,600 00 
3,600 00 



Carried forward 4,895,978 80 



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No. 1 



Geo. E. Pentland 

P. W. Brown 

Lome J. W. Williams. 

S. Shannon 

Robert Gillies 

W. A. Wilson 

D. K. Walkom 

R. A. A. McConnell . . 

Geo. S. Johnson 

Leo. W. Copp 

Oliver M. McKillop . . 
Harold G. Elborn 
Lome Skuce 



Brought forward 
District Public Schools — Continued 



Inspector 12 months 

12 

12 

12 

10 

12 

12 

12 

12 

10 

12 

2 

2 



J. F. Power 

W.J. Lee 

J. F. Sullivan 

J. E. Jones 

J. P. Finn 

J. M. Bennett 

Vincent C. Quarry 

T. S. Melady 

Henry J. Payette 

J. S. Gratton 

J. C. Walsh 

James Scanlon 

Chas. A. Latour 

Louis Charbonneau 

Joseph Bechard 

F. J. McDonald. 

Robert W. Gauthier 

Falconia Choquette 

C. Charlemagne Charron. 

Chas. P. Matthews 

Wm. J. Greening 



Separate Schools ($65,366.85) 

Inspector 12 months 

12 " 



12 

9 

8 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

2 

2 



4,895,978 80 


3,600 00 


3,600 00 


3,600 00 


3,600 00 


3,000 00 


2,307 00 


3,034 34 


3,200 00 


3,550 00 


2,999 99 


3,400 00 


500 00 


500 00 


3,600 00 


3,600 00 


3,600 00 


2,459 17 


2,157 69 


3,600 00 


3,600 00 


3,600 00 


3,600 00 


3,600 00 


3,600 00 


3,600 00 


3,600 00 


3,400 00 


3,599 99 


3,400 00 


3,400 00 


3,350 00 


3,000 00 


500 00 


500 00 



Salaries not provided for (Statutory) ($500.00) 

Adelard J. Gascon Inspector 2 months 500 00 

Travelling, Moving and Other Expenses ($82,086.98) 

Temporary Services. — Velma Caven, clerk at 62.50 per mo., 750.00; Janie Craig, 
Acting Public School Inspector at 200.00 per mo., 600.00; E. Ellis, clerk at 4.00 
per diem, 208.00; at 100.00 per mo., 1,000.00; Willa McNally, clerk at 91.00 
per mo., 1,092.00; clerks at $4.00 per diem— J. G. Abraham, 304.00; James R. 
Cadwell, 376.00; W. A. Calder, 304.00; R. B. Davey, 304.00; G.. D. Dixon, 
304.00; E. F. Finningley, 304.00; L. B. Foster, 304.00; Campbell Graham, 
304.00; J. D. Hagan, 288.00; John D. Keith, 160.00; A. J. Kerwin, 256.00; 

D. Bruce Murray, 304.00; J. A. Poskitt, 304.00; J. Franklin Robinson, 304.00; 
J. M. Rutherford, 296.00; F. R. Southmayd, 304.00; Duncan R. Smith, 144.00; 
Robert B. Thomas, 388.00; H. S. Tidman, 304.00; H. G. G. Tolchard, 304.00; 

Byron G. Westlake, 224.00; G. M. Wright, 408.00 10,142 00 

Travelling and Office Expenses.— W. F. Bald, 337.74; W. H. Ballard, 5.50; E. C. 
Beacon, 259.75; J. Bechard, 1,332.26; A. J. Beneteau, 1,315.06; J. M. Bennett, 
1,574.38; J. E. Benson, 31.65; C. N. Boulton, 776.00; W. L. Bowden, 192.21; 
F. W, Brown, 592.37; C. A. Brown, 31.25; J. S. Campbell, 524.92; A. L. Campbell, 
85.95; N. Campbell, 230.30; G. A. Carefoot, 387.31; W. H. Carlton, 198.48; 
L. Charbonneau, 869.46; C. Charron, 1,396.16; F. Choquette, 803.00; H. J. 
Clarke, 232.03; J. Collinge, 237.60; H. F. Cook, 138.45; L. W. Copp, 1,462.73; 

E. J. Corkhill, 83.35; J. P. Cowles, 523.36; accountable, 200.00; H. Conn, 26.40; 
T. A. Craig, 19.30; J. W. Crewson, 102.26; J. B. Dandeno, 1,069.87; I. Day, 
116.12; J. M. Denyes, 142.00; F. F. Downey, 219.67; W. C. Dowsley, 186.86; 



Carried forward 5,008,378 98 



1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION F 27 

Brought forward 5,008,378 98 

Travelling, Moving and Other Expenses — Continued 

M. Eason, 40.63; J. J. Edwards, 102.67; H. E. Elborn, 258.67; C. F. Ewers, 

1,192.87; T. R. Ferguson, 331.30; H. B. Fetterley, 62.65; J. M. Field, 184.80; 

J. F. Finn, 188.76; J. Flowers, 19.95; J. Froats, 259.65; M. R. Fydell, 222.38; 

H. B. Galpin, 157.90; J. L. Garvin, 182.65; A. Gascon, 422.55; F. W. Gauthier, 

1,263.38; J. A. Gibson, 241.65; J. Gill, 19.30; F. Gillies, 984.73; H. P. Galpin, 

142.40; J. S. Gratton, 1 286.84; V. K. Greer 644.11; J. W. Hagan, 1,410.30; D. C. 

Hetherington, 8.95; J. P. Hoag, 1.232.68; R. A. Hutchinson, 269.85; E. W. 

Jennings, 292.99; J. E. Jones, 67.50; G. S. Johnson, 1,304.31; A. A. Jordan, 55.97; 

W. J. Karr, 1,071.85; C. A. Latour, 337.48; A. H. Leake, 265.84; R. Lees, 63.83; 

W. J. Lee, 243.20; W. R. Liddy, 187.12; J. B. MacDougall, 1,264.93; A. W. 

MacKillop, 1,069.83; R. A. A. McConnell, 609.32; J. McCool, 190.00; F. J. 

McDonald, 1,419.20; N. McDougall, 43.05; A. W. McGuire, 129.40; J. F. 

McGuire, 245.42; G. G. McNab, 189.48; J. McNiece, 121.79; A. McVicar, 309.90; 

J. W. Marshall, 148.22; L. A. Martin, 939.52; G. M. Mather, 235.23; C. P. 

Matthews, 351.35; T. F. Maxwell, 182.48; T. S. Melady, 353.15; L. P. Menzies, 

224.61; G. K. Mills, 1,462.59; J. L. Mitchener. 39.56; J. H. Moore, 1,078.63; 

S. A. Morrison, 197.60; W. J. Morrison, 28.10; A. E. Nelson, 328.83; L. Norman, 

214.47; J. W. O'Dell, 133.80; H. J. Payette. 931.00; R. A. Paterson, 212.60; G. A. 

Pearson, 314.81; G. E. Pentland, 1,147.48; F. E. Perney, 15.70; T. Preston, 

146.91; H. J. Prueter, 10.10; J. H. Putnam, 35.60; C. V. Quarry, 1,190.23; R. C. 

Rose, 255.15; M. R. Reid, 209.18; G. E. Rentland, 100.49; R. H. Roberts, 288.21; 

J. B. Robinson, 305.85; J. V. Scanlon, 1,858.47; E. T. Seaton, 11.65; J. H. Sexton, 

108.39; S. Shannon, 1,200.91; L. Skuce. 236.15; D. G. Smith, 795.25; J. C. Smith, 

16.00; J. H. Smith 303.83; F. T. Smith, 28.20; T. C. Smith, 250.31; E. E. Snider, 

213.38; J. C. Spence, 278.95; T. W. Standing, 133.44; W. J. Stewart, 195.80; 

J. C. Stothers 88.15; C. E. Stothers, 107.82; J. F. Sullivan, 314.80; J. A. Taylor, 

274.57; Miss M. Thiebault, 12.75; F. J. Thompson, 236.37; S. A. Truscott, 

279.65; D. T. Walkom, 1,289.58; J. C. Walsh, 759.10; G. A. Wheable, 30.90; 

L. J. Williams, 956.30; J. J. Willson, 29.44; W. A. Willson, 552.28; D. I. Woodley, 

4.80; R. Wright, 171.65 58,138 12 

Miscellaneous. — King's Printer, 13,790.38; Sundries — express, 5.22; petty dis- 
bursements, 11.26 13,806^86 

Inspection of Indian Schools ($1,301.15) 

Sundry Inspectors. — Services, 848. CO; travelling expenses, 453.15 1,301 15 

AUXILIARY CLASSES 

Grants and Contingencies ($41,880.77) 

Public School Boards, Grants.— Barrie, 262.34; Belleville, 259.77; Brantford, 
514.55; Chatham, 279.45; Cobourg, 230.92; Ford, 264.77; Fort Frances, 292.99; 
Fort William, 355.09; Gait, 251.58; Guelph, 661.72; Hamilton, 3,725.41; 
Kitchener, 478.25; Leamington, 273.87; London, 3,173.33; Midland, 293.06; 
New Toronto, 282.33; North Bay, 406.12; Oshawa, 203.19; Ottawa, 4,342.63; 
Owen Sound, 442.40; Parry Sound, 325.00; Pembroke, 250.86; Peterborough, 
262.00; Port Arthur, 252.81; St. Catharines, 668.36; St. Thomas, 246.80; Sault 
Ste. Marie, 228.83; Scarborough, 451.13; Smith's Falls, 269.48; Stratford, 222.31; 
Swansea, 278.25; Toronto, 13,701.19; Walkerville, 297.89; Waterloo, 300.00; 
Welland, 189.16; Windsor, 1,565.96; P.S.S. 16 Etobicoke, 305.71; 26 York E., 
518.92; 27 York E., 278.61; 13 York, 266.73; 15 York, 430.55; 25 York, 281.36; 
32 York, 321.87 38,907 55 

Separate School Boards, Grants. — Toronto, 506.73; Windsor, 225.00; 731 73 

Travelling Expenses.— H. E. Amos, 883.93; H. DeLaporte, 769.85; S. B. Sinclair, 

41.75 1,695 53 

Contingencies.— Cambridge Book & Gift Co., books, 34.75; Field, Love & House, 

12.00; King's Printer, 276.12; A. M. Lee, puzzles, 25.60; C. H. Stoelting & Co., 

blanks, etc., 25.71; World Book Co., books, 12.85. Sundries— cartage, 5.75; 

express, 6.30; newspapers and periodicals, 100.20; petty disbursements, 46.68. . . 545 96 

• 

Inspection of Schools $526,604.93 



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No. 1 



Brought forward . . 
DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATIONS 

Salaries ($45,208.26) 

R. A. Croskery Registrar 53^ months 

J. P. Cowles " 6V 2 

Geo. Lyons Chief Clerk 12 

W. A. Beecroft Head Clerk 12 

A. M. Burnham Principal Clerk 12 

B. Riddell " " 12 

B. Leadbetter Confidential Printer 12 

Wm. Parr Asst. Confidential Printer 12 



5,123,505 



Ida Norris Spence Senior Clerk. . 

Lillian E. Brown " " 

Irene Hynes " " 

R. J. Bryce Clerk, Group 1 



M. Sutton 

Una Truax " 

Ruth M. Duff " 

VV. R. Thornton " 

Wm. Patterson " 

E. Frances " 

E. Coleman " 

Keough " 

Ferguson " 

Arnoldi Clerk 

B.Wren " 

O. Kerr Clerk Typist 

Nesbitt Senior Clerk Steno 

E. Dilke " 



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Group 1 12 

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Group 2 12 

Group 2 12 

Group 2 12 

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Group 2 12 

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rapher 12 

12 



M. Simpson Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 12 

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2,491 63 
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Examiners ($254,033.37) 
Sundry examiners, services, $234,013.33; travelling expenses, $20,020.04 254,033 37 

Clerical Assistance ($47,441.87) 
Sundry clerks 47,441 87 

Contingencies ($18,014.98) 

Addressograph Co., Ltd., inspections, 45.05; Ault & Wiborg, Ltd., ink, etc., 35.25; 
Brigdens, Ltd., maps, etc., 82.92; Bursar, University of Toronto, copies of 
exams., 19.30; Field, Love & House, inspections and repairs, 105.05; D. Gestet- 
ner, Ltd., machine, 157.50; King's Printer, 14,657.88; Ontario Soap & Oil Co., 
waste, 10.40; Porter Safety Seal Co., seals, 47.25; Remington Typewriters, 
Ltd., inspections and repairs, 152.60; W. H. Steele, bags, 91.50; United Type- 
writer Co., Ltd., repairs, 151.93; University of Toronto, printing exam, papers, 
836.40. Sundries— express, 328.30; postage, 300.00; telephone, 951.70; petty 
disbursements, 41.95 18,014 98 



Extra Services of Professional and Supervising Boards of Examiners ($7,250.00) 

A. J. Beneteau, 250.00; R. A. Croskery, 500.00; J. P. Hoag, 250.00; W. J. Karr, 
250.00; Rev.J. A.Lajeunnesse, 500.00; A. E. Lang, 500.00; I. M. Levan, 500.00; 
J. F. MacDonald, 500.00; F. W. Merchant, 750.00; N. Miller, 500.00; R. R. P. 
Neville, 500.00; W. Pakenham, 500.00; G. F. Rogers, 500.00; R. W. Smith, 
500.00; D. Walker, 750.00 7,250 00 

Departmental Examinations $371,948.48 

Carried forward 5,495,454 36 



1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION F 29 

Brought forward 5,495,454 36 

TEXT BOOKS 

Salaries ($6,139.75) 

S. J. Stubbs General Editor of Text Books 3 months 1,164 76 

Horace W. Kerfoot " " " 9 " 2,974 99 

E. F. Dennison Assistant to General Editor of Text Books. .12 " 2,000 00 

Preparation of Text Books, etc. ($19,421.34) 

Services Revising.— L. S. Beattie, 233.00; W. G. Bennett, 201.00; G. W. Brown, 
50.00; L. Caiman, 35.68; F. E. Coombs, 1,500.00; G. A. Cornish, 231.00; W. T. 
Graham, 123.00; F. C. A. Jeanneret, 27.00; W. A. Jennings, 90.00; W. J. 
Karr, 4,500.00; L. L. Kirkland, 150.00; F. Lamoreux, 800.00; A. Lemerc, 
22.49; P. Lethiellieux, 5.00; W. S. Mallory, 126.00; W. F. Moore, 25.00; 
J. McQueen, 30.00; G. Potter, 120.00; F. S. Rutherford, 36.00; P. Sandiford, 
1,500.00; M. A. Sorsoleil, 295.00; D. Whyte, 231.00 10,331 17 

Travelling Expenses. — J. Bechard, 109.70; H. W. Kerfoot, 403.75; F. Lamoureux, 

104.80; W. S. Mallory, 17.70; S. J. Stubbs, 12.00; W. S. Wallace, 40.15 688 10 

Advertising.— Globe Printing Co., 48.00; Mail and Empire, 48.00 96 00 

Miscellaneous. — Best Printing Co., printing, 1,277.50; Brigdens, Ltd., zinc, etc., 
68.02; Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., books, 179.22; G. A. Cornish, pamphlets, 500.00; 
F. L. Crossley, paper, 50.00; J. M. Dent & Sons, Co., Ltd., books, 11.52; J. T. 
Donald & Co., analysis, 50.00; L. R. Fretz, books, 15.00; C. W. Jeffreys, maps, 
400.00; King's Printer, 5,333.47; Patent & Copyright Branch, registration, 31.00; 
Photo Engravers, Ltd., halftones, 235.00; Ryerson Press, lead moulds, 24.50; 
United Press, Ltd., books, 100.00; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., inspections, 
12.00; petty disbursements, 18.84 8,306 07 

Subventions to Publishers ($56,177.27) 

Canadian Watchman Press, 9,425.33; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 44,423.30; W. J. Gage 

& Co., Ltd., 2,328.64 56,177 27 

Text Books $81,738.36 

GENERAL 

Redemption of Debentures Guaranteed by the Province of Ontario ($130.78) 

Union P.S. 4 Robillard and Truax 130 78 

Investigation and Survey of Schools in the Province attended by Pupils who speak the 
French Language ($12,000.00) 

Services.— F. W. Merchant, 6,000.00; His Honour Judge Scott, 6,000.00 12,000 00 

Grant to Soldiers' Aid Hostel, Bon Air ($1,200.00,) 

Soldiers' Aid Commission 1,200 00 

General $13,330.78 

TRAINING SCHOOLS 

Salaries ($6,200.00) 

Duncan Walker Director of Professional Training Schools. . . 12 months 5,000 00 

E. V. Crawford Clerk Typist, Group I 12 " 1,200 00 

Grants to Teachers engaged in Model School Training ($52,499.00) 

Sundry Teachers in— Embrun, 1,200.00; Hamilton, 7,742.00; London, 8,507.00; 
North Bay, 4,300.00; Ottawa, 4,950.00; Peterborough, 6,350.00; Stratford, 
7,400.00; Sturgeon Falls, 1,650.00; Toronto, 10,400.00 52,499 00 

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F 30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 5,649,222 50 

Grants to Caretakers for services in Model Schools ($1,220.00) 

Embrum, 60 00; Hamilton, 160.00; London, 220.00; Ottawa, 180.00; Peter- 
borough, 120.00; Stratford, 220.00; Sturgeon Falls, 60.00; Toronto, 200.00... 1,220 00 

Grants to Rural Public and Separate School Boards for the use of Schools 
for Observation Purposes ($4,853.57) 

Trustees, Public School Section.— 7 Barton, 150.00; Burlington Beach, 150.00; 
11 Douro and Otonobee, 150.00; 3 Downie, 150.00; 4 Downie, 53.57; 8 N. East- 
hope and Ellice, 150.00; 2 Ellice, 150.00; 7 Etobicoke, 150.00; 10 Etobicoke, 
150.00; 1 B. Ferris, 300.00; 2 Gloucester, 150.00; 3 Gloucester, 150.00; 10 
Gloucester, 150.00; 4 Himsworth and N. Ferris, 150.00; 1 King and White- 
church, 150.00; Lambeth Continuation School, 150.00; 22 London, 150.00; 
4 and 21 Markham and Vaughan, 150.00; Millbrook, 150.00; Nepean High 
School, 150.00; 20 North York, 150.00; 16 Otonabee, 150.00; 6 Russell, 300.00; 
3 Smith, 150.00; Swansea, 150.00; Tavistock Continuation School, 150.00; 
3 U West Flamboro, 150.00; 4 Westminster, 150.00; 7 Westminster, 150.00; 
8 Westminster, 150.00; 5 Widdifield, 150.00 4,853 57 

Grants to Teachers in Rural Public Schools used for 
Observation Purposes ($10,777.14) 

Helen Anderson, 300.00; D. O. Arnold, 400.00; Gladys Barker, 300.00; T. Bow- 
man, 150.00; Ida Brownlee, 300.00; H. H. Carlyle, 300.00; S. A. Cawker, 
300.00; H. Claughton, 300.00; K. M. Collings, 300.00; J. D. Coombs, 300.00; 
Miss H. Crago, 107.14; L. Crerar, 300.00; J. De Long, 300.00; Miss C. Dobbin, 
300.00; E. Donaldson, 300.00; Miss D. Evans, 300.00; C. B. Hope, 300.00; 
L. Jones, 300.00; W. H. Jordan, 300.00; E. Kalbfleisch, 100.00; Florence 
Kennedy, 300.00; L. Laventure, 300.00; R. Lawton, 110.00; I. Leppington, 
300.00; J. D. Lindsay, 150.00; Miss E. M. Mackay, 300.00; M. J. G. Misener, 
300.00; R. Monte th, 300.00; A. Ney, 300.00; G. B. Randolph, 180.00; W. G. 
Rigney, 300.00; J. Short, 300.00; E. H. Skinner, 280.00; E. G. Sloan, 300.00; 
W. R. Smith, 300.00; E. Smith, 300.00; E. M. Soule, 300.00; F. W. Warnica, 
300.00; B. R. Wilson, 300.00 10,777 14 

Grants to Public and Separate School Inspectors for services re 

Visits to Public and Separate Schools by Normal 

School Students and Masters ($260.00) 

W. H. Ballard, 20.00; A. L. Campbell, 20.00; R. F. Downey, 20.00; W. A. Fydell, 
20.00; A. A. Jordan, 20.00; R. Lees, 20.00; A. Mowat, 20.00; A. E. Nelson, 
20.00; J. B. Robinson, 20.00; J. H. Smith, 20.00; P. J. Thompson, 20.00; G. A. 
Wheable, 20.00; J. E. Wilkinson, 20.00 260 00 

Temporary Teachers in Normal and Model Schools in case of 
Illness or on Leave ($6,150.00) 

Sundry Teachers 6,150 GO 

Travelling and Moving Expenses of Normal and Model School 
Teachers Transferred ($1,184.35) 

J. A. Bannister, 168.50; H. W. Kerfoot, 288.90; W. J. Neale, 726.95 1,184 35 

Travelling Expenses of Normal School Students to Rural Public 
Schools ($5,313.05) 

Sundry Transportation Companies 5,313 05 

Travelling Expenses of Normal School Masters and Inspectors in 

visiting Rural Schools with Public School 

Inspectors ($174.65) 

F. F. Halliday, 23.45; Miss G. N. Irving, 23.95; H. G. Manning, 36.00; H. G. 
Martyn, 18.25; G. A. Miller, 16.55; Grace Morgan, 22.95; J. G. McEachern, 
33.50 174 65 



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F 31 



Brought forward 5,679,155 26 

Attendance of County and other Inspectors at Training Schools ($6.20) 

W. J. Morrison, travelling expenses 6 20 

Fees of Returned Soldiers attending Academic Courses ($300.00) 

Bursar, University of Toronto 300 00 

Allowances and Travelling Expenses of Returned Soldiers 
attending Academic Courses ($7,933.20) 

Sundry persons, allowances 7,933 20 

Training Schools $96,871.16 



NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS 



TORONTO 



Salaries ($102,236.39) 



Principal 12 months 

Master 12 

" 12 



David Whyte 

C. E. Mark 

J. W. Firth 

Arnott M. Patterson " 12 

Wm. H. T. Mooney " 12 

Thornton Mustard " 12 

E. E. Ingall . " 12 

Marie V. Bibby " 12 

Florence F. Halliday " 12 

A. A. Powell Instructor, Group 1 12 

A. T. Cringan " " 1 12 

Marie G. de Lestard " •" 3 12 

Frank McCordic Head Master 12 

C. D. Bouck Assistant Master 12 

Charters T. Sharp " ." 12 

Adam McLeod " " 12 

Gordon S. Apperley " " 12 

Robert Kendall " " 12 

Norma M. Lindsay Teacher 12 

Eva M. Spencer " 10 

A. F. Laven " 12 

Alice A. Harding " 12 

Jean D. Currie " 12 

Jessie I. Cross * 12 

Lillian B. Harding " 12 

Maud M. Watterworth " 12 

Jean Greig Pianist 12 

E. H. Price Instructor, Group 1 12 

Arthur F. Hare " " 3 12 

M.W.Brown " " 3 12 

Bessie C. Bunker " " 3 12 

M. E. Macintyre Kindergarten Directress 12 

Mabel E. Hodgins Asst. Kindergarten Directress 12 

James H. Wilkinson Instructor, Group 1 12 

Nina A. Ewing " " 1 12 

Mabel E. Hay " " 1 12 

Jean L. Merchant Librarian 12 

Eunice L. Borden Assistant Librarian 10 

Vera S. Fuller Teacher 12 

E. B. Rennie Clerk 12 

Edith A. Dallimore Clerk Stenographer \\ 

Charles Soady Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds. 

Charles F. Chandler Engineer 

Peter P. Harrison Fireman 

T. R. Turner " 

J. Cormack Cleaner and Helper 

Thos. Hunt " " " 



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12 
12 
12 
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3,800 00 
3,800 00 
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800 00 
3,800 00 
2,700 00 
2,700 00 
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2,400 00 
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2,100 00 

300 00 
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675 00 

600 00 

525 00 
2,700 00 
1,800 00 
2,700 00 
2,700 00 
2,350 00 
2,300 00 
1,333 30 

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124 00 
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1,600 00 
1,400 00 
1,400 00 
1,400 00 

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Brought forward 5,789,631 05 

Normal and Model Schools, Toronto — Continued 

Reference Books, Contingencies, etc. ($8,099.40) 

Reference Books. — Canadian Watchman Press, 27.97; Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., 
107.79; J. M. Dent & Sons Co., Ltd., 21.04; Doubleday, Doran and Gundy, 
Ltd., 10.15; The T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 31.45; W. J. Gage & Co., Ltd., 132.17; 
Ginn & Co., 25.63; Grolier Society, Ltd., 47.00; Iroquois Press, 16.95; J. E. 
Jones, 12.50; Macmillan Company of Canada, Ltd., 98.01; Thos. Nelson & 
Son, Ltd., 49.42; Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons (Canada), Ltd., 16.75; Ryerson 
Press, 184.38; petty disbursements, 42.89 824 10 

Periodicals. — Wm. Dawson Subscription Service, Ltd., 204.00; H. W. Wilson Co., 

31.45; petty disbursements, 8.13 243 58 

Stationery. — Brown Bros., Ltd., 25.12; Geo. M. Hendry Co., Ltd., 10.75; King's 

Printer, 5,448.37 5,484 24 

Services.— Dorothy I. Kerr, asst. librarian at 100.00 per month, 1,000.00; Phyllis N. 

Nevison, clerk at 3.00 per diem, 105.00 1,105 00 

Advertising.— Globe Printing Co., 13.50; Mail and Empire, 7.50 21 00 

Miscellaneous. — Educational Publishing Co., Ltd., maps, 12.20; Ryerson Press, 
binders, etc., 17.66; Sundries — cartage, 5.00; car fare, 1.45; customs, 1.73; 
postage, 48.00; telephone, 314.25; sundry disbursements, 21.19 421 48 

Apparatus, Chemicals, Musical Instruments, Domestic Science and 
Manual Training Supplies ($641.71) 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., curtain rings, etc., 30.50; Andrewes Mountain Seed 
Co., Ltd., bulbs, etc., 15.90; Brown Bros., Ltd., cloth, etc., 29.07; Henry 
Disston and Sons, Ltd., saws, 12.37; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., cloth, etc., 23.75; 
King's Printer, 14.00; Robert Simpson Co., Ltd., canvas, satine, etc., 77.39; 
John B. Smith and Sons, Ltd., lumber, 249.75; John M. Stanley, groceries, etc., 
187.78; petty disbursements, 1.20 641 71 

Supplies for Kindergarten ($574.67) 

George M. Hendry Co., Ltd., tables, 46.20; King's Printer, 475.82; J. S. Simmons 
& Son, Ltd., decorations, 30.00; Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., decorations, 
22.50; petty disbursements, .15 574 67 

Physical Culture Apparatus and Athletic Supplies ($411.25) 

Toronto Board of Education, use of gymnasiums and pools, 357.00; Toronto Radio 

Co., Ltd., bats and balls, 33.60; Harold A. Wilson Co., Ltd., footballs, 20.65 41 1 25 

Grant in Aid of Boys' and Girls' Model School Games ($100.00) 

D. Whyte 100 00 

Grant for Rink ($50.00) 

D. Whyte 50 00 

Toronto Board of Education ($1,600.00) 

Treasurer, Toronto Board of Education, for use of class-rooms 1,600 00 

Fuel, Light and Power ($4,710.40) 

Consumers' Gas Co., 111.55; Milnes Coal Co., Ltd., 3,298.22; Toronto Hydro- 
Electric System, 1,300.63 4,710 40 

Water ($1,112.27) 
The City Treasurer, Toronto 1,112 27 

Carried forward 5,806,930 75 



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Brought forward 5,806,930 75 

Normal and Model Schools, Toronto — Continued 

Furniture and Furnishings ($280.95) 

Canadian Westinghouse Co., Ltd., lamps, 53.60; Douglas Bros., iron tank, 10.55; 
Grand and Toy, Ltd., filing cabinet, 90.00; Robert Simpson Co., Ltd., shades, 
framing, etc., 22.80; Toronto Office Furniture Co., chairs, 104.00 280 95 

Expenses of Grounds, Trees, Supplies, etc. ($768.20) 

Andrewes Mountain Seed Co., Ltd., seeds, 87.17; J. W. Harris, ploughing, manure, 
etc., 16.80; Marchmont Co., Ltd., manure, 32.50; Geo. L. Plumb, seeds, plants, 
etc., 256.60; Wm. Rennie Co., Ltd., seeds, 19.61; J. A. Simmers, Ltd., pansies, 
13.73; Robert Simpson Co., Ltd., window boxes, bulbs, etc., 37.70; Sundry 
persons, wages, 100.00; Van't Hof & Blokker, bulbs, 177.16; petty disburse- 
ments, 26.93 768 20 



Wages of Porters, Extra Firemen and Labourers on Grounds ($6,468.60) 
Pay list, wages of men 6,468 60 

Scrubbing, Cleaning and Supplies ($5,087.33) 

Canadian Germicide Co., Ltd., soap, 63.50; Diamond Cleanser, Ltd., soap powder 
and sweeping compound, 29.25; Excelsior Brush Co., Ltd., brooms, brushes, 
etc., 184.64; Harron's Dye Works, cleaning curtains, 16.50; S. C. Johnson & 
Son, Ltd., floor wax, 16.00; King's Printer, 123.80; Levis, polish, brooms, 
17.19; Pay list, wages of charwomen, 4,264.00; E. Pullan Wipers & Waste 
Co., Ltd., mops, waste, cloths, etc., 43.98; Robert Simpson Co., Ltd., soap, 
towels, etc., 86.81; Wear Ever Brush Co., brooms, etc., 12.10; Whirlwind 
Carpet Cleaners, cleaning carpets, 27.25; Yorkville Laundry, laundrying, 
185.18; petty disbursements, 17.13 5,087 33 

Repairs, including Material, Services, Incidentals, etc. ($673.92) 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., hardware, 29.01; Bird-Archer Co., Ltd., boiler com- 
pound, 28.50; J. W. Cormack, care of clocks, 166.40; F. R. Emery, tuning 
pianos, 35.00; Eureka Mineral Wool & Asbestos Co., gaskets, 10.80; Gutta 
Percha & Rubber, Ltd., steam hose, 10.92; Heintzman & Co., Ltd., moving 
pianos, 18.00; G. Pearsall & Son, glass, paint, etc., 17.76; Geo. Rathbone Lum- 
ber Co., Ltd., lumber, 170.25; Richmond & Co., keys, 29.05; Robert Simpson 
Co., Ltd., coat hooks, shades, etc., 98.17; Trelco, Ltd., oil, benzine, etc., 32.40; 
petty disbursements, 27.66 673 92 



OTTAWA 

Salaries ($70,431.70) 

Frank A. Jones Principal 

Henry Bowers Master 2 

G. A. Miller ■ 

H. W. Kerfoot " 

Geo. R. Smith « 

Margaret Clifford " 

R. F. Fleming Instructor, Group 1 



E. P. Dunning. 

F. Luella Barriger 

Gaston Lauvray " " 

J.C.Logan 

W. J. Neale Head Master. . . 

Elwood Oakes Assistant Master , 

K. O. Birkin 

Orville E. Ault 

C. E. Timanus 

Harry G. Redfern 

Rose Lynch Teacher 

Elsie A. Sherrin " 



12 months 


4,000 00 


2 " 


550 00 


12 " 


3,800 00 


sy 2 " 


1,108 31 


10 " 


3,166 60 


12 " 


3,800 00 


12 " 


2,700 00 


12 " 


2,000 00 


12 " 


1,400 00 


12 " 


800 00 


12 " 


675 00 


10 " 


3,166 00 


12 " 


2,750 60 


12 * 


2,300 00 


4 " 


825 00 


2 " 


300 00 


1 " 


150 00 


12 " 


2,100 00 


12 " 


2,100 00 


d 


5.857.901 26 



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Brought forward 5,857,901 27 

Normal School, Ottawa — Continued 



A. Hanahoe 

A. M. Delaney. . 

E. M. Cluff 

M. R. Elliott 

Mildred E. Keys. 
A. H. Baker. 



Teacher 12 months 

12 " 

12 u 

12 " 

" 4K " 

Kindergarten Directress 12 " 



Dorothea Graham Assistant Kindergarten Directress 12 

Elizabeth Mitchell Teacher 12 

J. S. Harterre Instructor, Group 1 12 

C. E. Green " " 1 12 

L. E. Monaghan " * 1 12 

Cherry Grant Librarian 12 

E. M. Marshall Secretary. 12 

A. Heeney Stationary Engineer, Group 3 12 

B. Pearce Fireman 12 

W. Hunt Carpenter's Helper 12 

Chas. Horton Caretaker, Group 1 12 

Jas. McCorkill Watchman 12 

Extra Services and Additional Teachers ($1,100.00) 

F. A. Jones, 600.00; E. Oakes, 500.00 



Physical Culture Apparatus and Athletic Supplies ($44.05) 

Ketchum and Co., Ltd., volley ball, bats, etc 

Supplies for Kindergarten ($612.92) 

King's Printer, 470.23; E. N. Moyer Co., books, etc., 70.80; Ryerson Press, 14.40; 
Woolworth Co., Ltd., 10.40; petty disbursements, 47.09 



2,100 00 
2,100 00 
2,100 00 
2,100 00 
765 19 
2,100 00 
1,475 00 
1,800 00 
2,700 00 
2,700 00 
2,700 00 
2,100 00 
1,300 00 
1,600 00 
1,400 00 
1,000 00 
1,400 00 
1,300 00 



1,100 00 



Reference Books, Contingencies, etc., ($3,156.83) 

Reference Books. — Canadian Council Child Welfare, 32.60; Canadian Watchman 
Press, 33.60; Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., 33.61; J. M. Dent Co., Ltd., 24.51; T. 
Eaton Co., Ltd., 28.38; W. J. Gage & Co., Ltd., 63.84; Grolier Society, Ltd., 
47.00; J. E. Jones, 12.95; Little, Brown & Co., 13.99; Macmillan Co., Ltd., 
64.44; T Nelson & Sons, Ltd., 10.83; Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons (Canada), Ltd., 
15.75; Range Press, Ltd., 33.45; Ryerson Press, Ltd., 154.81; petty disburse- 
ments, 28.92 598 63 

Periodicals. — Canada Facts Publishing Co., 8.13; Canadian Geographical Society, 

3.00; J. Hope & Sons, 153.69; H. W. Wilson Co., 7.00 171 82 

Stationery.— J. Hope & Sons, 62.10; King's Printer, 1.536.20; Lowe, Martin & Co., 

56.28; Progressive Printers, 68.75 1,723 33 

Services.— M. B. Anderson, 14.00; J. Martin, 57.75 : 71 75 

Advertising. — Globe Printing Co., 7.43; Journal Dailies, Ottawa, 6.40; Mail and 

Empire, 8.02; Ottawa Evening Citizen, 14.40 36 25 

Miscellaneous. — Federal Typewriter Co., ink, 19.40; F. A. Jones, travelling ex- 
penses, 44.15; McKechnie Music Co., Ltd., music, 97.20; E. N. Moyer Co., 
Ltd., seat work. 10.95; Range Press, folio holders, 42.00; Sundries — express, 
69.50; freight, 21.66; telephone, 204.30; petty disbursements, 45.84 555 00 

Apparatus, Chemicals, Musical Instruments, Domestic Science and 
Manual Training Supplies ($1,154.97) 

Barratt Bros., lumber, 144.15; Central Scientific Co., Ltd., T squares, 15.55; J. M. 
Garland, Son & Co., dry goods, 56.88; Instruments, Ltd., gelatine, drags, etc., 
22.01; King's Printer, 189.22; Mcintosh & Watts, spoons, etc., 13.59; National 
System Baking, cakes, 11.14; C. Ogilvy, Ltd., wool, etc., 75.57; R. E. Powell, 
groceries, 87.18; Producers Dairy, milk, 37.57; Robertson, Pringle & Tilley, 
piano, 400.00; Singer Sewing Machine Co., machine, 40.00; petty disbursements, 
62.11 1,154 97 



44 05 



612 92 



Carried forward 5,896,710 22 



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Brought forward 5,896,710 22 

Normal School, Ottawa — Continued 

Grant in Aid of Boys' and Girls' Model School Games ($100.00) 

F. A. Jones 100 00 

Grant for Rink ($100.00) 

F. A. Jones 100 00 

Ottawa Public School Board ($300.00) 

Ottawa Public School Board, use of class-rooms 300 00 

Fuel, Light and Power ($2,033.49) 

John Heney and Son, Ltd., 1,293.19; Ottawa Gas Co., 29.56; Ottawa Hydro-Electric 

Commission, 710.74 2,033 49 

Water ($568.06) 

Corporation of the City of Ottawa 568 06 

Furniture, Repairs and Incidentals ($1,396.76) 

Barrett Bros., lumber and doors, 11.75; W. J. Carson, Ltd., paint, glazing, etc., 
27.41; Duern & McPhail, repairing and supplying chairs, 42.75; Garrioch, Godard 
& Co., Ltd., electrical supplies and repairs, 59.16; Grand & Toy, Ltd., racks, 
chairs, etc., 205.00; M. Hanson, saws, etc., 12.15; S. Lewis, electrical supplies, 
15.50; E. W. Marshall, repairs to chairs, 23.95; McKinley & Northwood, Ltd., 
751.23; J. Oliver & Sons, table tops, 108.00; Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Ltd., 
cabinet, 28.00; W. A. Rankin, Ltd., paint, hardware, etc., 52.43; J. Wesson, 
putting on storm windows, 20.00; petty disbursements, 39.43 1,396 76 

Expenses of Grounds ($590.92) 

Geo. Birtch, manure, 28.00; Chas. Craig, flowers, 71.50; Graham Bros., Ltd., 
mower, seeds, etc., 397.67; J. Wesson, weeding garden, etc., 65.75; petty dis- 
bursements, 28.00 ' 590 92 

Scrubbing, Cleaning, etc. ($2,103.32) 

Dustbane Products, Ltd., cleaning products, 200.97; E. B. Eddy Co., Ltd., towels, 
143.55; Pay list, wages of charwomen, 1,710.12; New York Window Cleaning 
Co., cleaning windows, 45.00; petty disbursements, 3.68 2,103 32 

Snow Cleaning, Cartage, etc. ($427.30) 

Mahoney & Rich, cartage, 66.80; McKinley & Northwood, Ltd., removing ice and 

snow, 355.25; petty disbursements, 5.25 427 30 



LONDON NORMAL 

Salaries ($35,450.00) 

W. Prendergast Principal 

T. W. Hofferd Master 

T. E. Clarke u 

J. G. McEachren " 

E. H. McKone *■ 

S. Pickles Instructor, Group 1 

A.B.Neville * " 1 

Dorothy Emery " " 2 

Harry T. Dickinson " " 2 

Wm. F. Marshall " " 3 

A. Slatter " " 3 

L. Gahn Librarian 

N. Heffernan Secretary 

W. Casey Stationary Engineer, Group 3. 

Geo. Fitchett Watchman 



.12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
.12 



months 



4,600 00 


3,800 00 


3,800 00 


3,800 00 


3,800 00 


2,700 00 


2,400 00 


1,400 00 


1,400 00 


675 00 


675 00 


2,300 00 


1,300 00 


1,600 00 


1,200 00 



Carried forward 5,939,780 07 



F 36 P UBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 5,939,780 07 

Normal School, London — Continued 

Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Services and Contingencies 

($1,498.68) 

Reference Books.— J. M. Dent & Sons, Co., Ltd., 11.62; Grolier Society, Ltd., 47.00; 
J. E. Jones, 12.95; London Printing & Lithographing Co., Ltd., 78.30; Macmillan 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., 10.99; Oxford University Press, 14.89; Public School Board, 
London, 10.36; Ryerson Press, 93.64; Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons (Canada), Ltd., 
15.75 ; petty disbursements, 33.61 329 1 1 

Periodicals.— E. J. Paterson, 185.42; petty disbursements, 20.15, 205 57 

Stationery. — King's Printer, 502.87; C. R. Smith Stationery Co., 85.15; petty 

disbursements, 9.87 597 89 

Services. — Miss W. Prendergast 21 15 

Miscellaneous. — Board of Education, use of schools, 121.50; Wm. Prendergast, 
travelling expenses, 13.80; Sundries — excise stamps, 4.00; freight, 1.30; express, 
35.27; postage, 48.00; telegraph, 1.38; telephones, 104.85; petty disbursements, 
14.86 344 96 

Apparatus, Chemicals, Musical Instruments, Domestic Science and 
Manual Training Supplies ($777.22) 

Book Novelty Shop, tape, cardboard, 12.24; W. S. Caldwell, paint brushes, belt 
dressing, etc., 16.23; Cowan Hardware Co., drills, bits, etc., 12.17; Department 
of Agriculture, weed seed collections, 15.00; Film & Slide Co., Ltd., slides, 12.00; 
• T. H. Howard, groceries, 90.60; Johnson & Barbour, dishes, 19.15; Mason & 
Risch, Ltd., piano, etc., 350.75; Mitchell Plumbing Supplies Co., pulley, 10.50; 
Morgan's Supply House, gold fish, bowl, etc., 18.85; Smallman & Ingram, Ltd., 
drygoods, etc., 124.31; T. N. Sumner, drugs, chemicals, etc., 16.75; G. S. Trudell 
& Co., natural history specimens, 51.02; petty disbursements, 27.65 777 22 

Physical Culture Apparatus and Athletic Supplies ($1.00) 

J. Darch and Sons, repairs to basketball ' 1 00 

London Board of Education ($1,225.00) 

London Board of Education, for use of class rooms 1,225 00 

Fuel, Light and Power ($1,455.87) 

City Gas Co., London, 33.39; Hawken Coal Co., Ltd., 1,101.18; Public Utilities 

Commission, 321.30 1,455 87 

Water ($107.64) 

Public Utilities Commission ' 107^64 

Furniture, Repairs and Incidentals ($473.73) 

W. S. Caldwell, brushes, paint, etc., 31.98; J. P. Finnegan, rugs, 18.25; Hay 
Stationery Co., filing cabinet, 61.75; Johnson Temperature Regulating Co. of 
Canada, Ltd., repairs, 14.00; London Window Cleaning Co., cleaning windows, 
165.00; G. H. McCullough, tables and repairs, 47.50; Alex. Milne, tanks, etc., 
16.93; Public Utilities Commission, electrical supplies and repairs, 60.38; 
Smallman and Ingram, Ltd., towels, etc., 33.39; petty disbursements, 24.55. . . . 473 73 

Expenses of Grounds, Trees, etc. ($1,463.27) 

City Chimney Sweep and Cartage Co., removing brush, etc., 28.00; Colwill Floral 
Co., plants, etc., 108.60; A. Cottrill, manure, loam, etc., 70.00; W. A. Jenkins 
Mfg. Co., plants, etc., 11.20; Geo. McMurray, gravel, 15.00; Morgan's Supply 
House, seeds, etc., 18.34; Murdock Seed Co., seeds and bulbs, 46.33; Pay list, 
wages of men, 1,042.50; Welland Nursery Co., plants, 66.90; Young & Murdock, 
bulbs, etc., 34.85; petty disbursements, 21.55 1,463 27 

Carried forward 5,946,782 48 



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Brought forward 5,946,782 48 

Normal School, London — Continued 
Scrubbing, Cleaning, Cartage, etc. ($1,686.84) 



City Chimney Sweep & Cartage Co., removing ashes, 43.50; National Grocers Co., 
Ltd., soap, wax, etc., 50.29; Pay list, wages of charwomen, 1,576.85; petty dis- 



bursements, 16.20 



1,686 84 



HAMILTON NORMAL 



Salaries ($29,550.00) 



G. O. McMillan Principal 12 months 

H. G. Lockett Master 12 " 



J. H. Davidson " 

M. G. Naomi Irving " 

Clara E. Elliott Instructor, Group 1 

J. R. Seavey " " 2 

H. A. Stares " " 2 

A. J. Painter " " 2 

A.J.Park " " 3 

J. M. Grindlay " " 3 

Mary L. McCready Librarian 12 " 

C. I. Carruthers Secretary 12 " 

David Duncan Engineer, Group 3 12 " 

L. Slaughter Caretaker, Group 1 12 " 

Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Services and Contingencies 

($934.49) 

Reference Books.— Clokes & Son, 32.87; Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., 10.12; J. M. Dent 
& Sons Co., Ltd., 23.91; Grolier Society, Ltd., 47.00; J. E. Jones, 12.95; Long- 
mans, Green & Co., 80.60; Macmillan Co. of Canada, Ltd., 28.11; Thos. Nelson 
& Son, Ltd., 14.21; Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons (Canada), Ltd., 15.75; Ryerson 
Press, 94.19; petty disbursements, 25.72 

Stationery.— Robt. Duncan & Co., Ltd., 80.35; Geo. M. Hendry Co., Ltd., 45.42; 
King's Printer, 195.40; National Stationers, Ltd., 13.50; J. E. Poole Co., Ltd., 
11.55; John R. Thompson, 11.66; petty disbursements, 25.44 

Miscellaneous. — Sundries — cartage, 4.85; express, 16.19; freight, .80; postage, 15.00; 
telegraph, .60; telephone, 100.57; petty disbursements, 27.73 

Apparatus, Chemicals, Musical Instruments, Domestic Science and 
Manual Training Supplies ($899.96) 

D. Aitchison Lumber Co., Ltd., lumber, 145.32; Buntin-Gillies & Co., Ltd., paper, 
140.92; Finch Bros., Ltd., needles, towels, etc., 19.50; Hamilton Engineering 
Service, Ltd., paper, instruments, 10.20; Geo. M. Hendry & Co., Ltd., reed, 
etc., 93.65; W. E. Hill & Bro., lantern plates, etc., 35.83; J. C. Lougheed, music, 
37.50; Mills Hardware Co., Ltd., shellac, etc., 62.83; John Mossip, mounting 
maps, sharpening tools, etc., 64.75; Ontario Agricultural College, bees, 22.00; 
G. W. Robinson Co., Ltd., cotton, etc., 35.70; J. M. Semmens, groceries, 151.25; 
E. S. Sweetman, acid, 13.30; W. A. Wood, bird skins, 25.00; petty disbursements, 
42.21 

Physical Culture Apparatus and Athletic Supplies ($100.20) 

First United Church, use of gymnasium, 50.00; S. Manson, Ltd., hockey sticks, 
etc., 45.20; petty disbursements, 5.00 

Hamilton Board of Education ($1,100.00) 

Treasurer, Board of Education, use of class rooms 

Fuel, Light and Power ($1,241.75) 

Burton Coal Co., 767.10; Gillies-Guy, Ltd., 158.43; Hamilton Hydro-Electric 
System, 294.72; United Gas & Fuel Co., Ltd., 21.50 



4,000 00 
3,800 00 
3,800 00 
3,800 00 
2,700 00 
1,300 00 
1,400 00 
1,400 00 
675 00 
675 00 
1,800 00 
1,300 00 
1,500 00 
1,400 00 



385 43 

383 32 
165 74 



899 9 6 



100 20 



1,100 00 



1.241 75 



Carried forward 5,982,295 72 



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Brought forward 5,982,295 72 

Normal School, Hamilton — Continued 

Water ($147.65) 

Corporation of the City of Hamilton 147 65 

Furniture, Repairs and Incidentals ($420.67) 

VV. T. Beckingham, locks, etc., 19.75; Canadian Westinghouse Co., Ltd., repairs 
to motor, 13.75; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., track for stage curtain, etc., 28.85; R. 
Haygarth, repairs to plumbing and roof, 101.03; Johnson Temperature Regu- 
lating Co. of Canada, Ltd., repairs, 17.12; J. Luker, repairs to stands, 17.00; 
John Mossip, painting, carpenter work, etc., 54.40; Ed. Reid, sash cords, 30.00; 
Willowcraft Mfg. Co., chairs, 36.50; Wood, Alexander & James, Ltd., hardware, 
paints, etc., 80.46; petty disbursements, 21.81 420 67 



Expenses of Grounds, Trees, etc. ($379.33) 

Ed. Bollen, work on grounds, 50.40; W. R. Filkin, manure, 42.00; S. Mitchell, 
services ploughing garden, 12.00; J. E. Bansbury, manure, 12.00; A. Slaughter, 
services snow cleaning, 13.60; Geo. T. Sones, plants, 109.68; Steele, Briggs Seed 
Co., Ltd., bulbs and seeds, 99.26; Wood, Alexander & James, Ltd., sprinkler, 
40.39 



379 33 



Scrubbing, Cleaning, Cartage, etc. ($1,284.98) 

Canadian Distributors, Ltd., soap, brooms, etc., 25.00; Pay list, wages of char- 
women, 1,102.00; J. Shaw, carting cinders, 16.50; Sunlight Laundry Co., Ltd., 
laundry, 15.44; West Disinfecting Co., Ltd., toilet paper, 28.00; A. Wickham, 
brooms, 10.50; C. N. Wilson, carting cinders, 12.00; Mrs. M. Young, laundry, 
22.99; petty disbursements, 52.55 



1,284 98 



PETERBOROUGH NORMAL 



Salaries ($30,356.25) 

John A. Bannister Principal 

A. J. Madill Master 

A. Macdonald " 

C. H. Edwards " 

John V. Mclntyre " 

E. MacVannell Instructor, Group 1 

Ambia L. Going " " 2 

M. R. Rannie " " 2 

A. F. Hagerman " " 2 

J. A. McKone " " 3 

E. M. Munro Librarian 

B. Latimer Secretary 

H. A. Bonney Stationery Engineer, Group 3 . 

W. Gibbs Caretaker, Group 1 



12 months 

12 " 

12 " 

12 ■ 

2 " 

12 " 

12 " 

12 " 

12 " 

12 " 

12 " 

12 " 

12 " 

12 " 



4,000 00 
3,800 00 
3,800 00 
3,600 00 

525 00 
2,700 00 
1,181 25 
2,075 00 
1,400 00 

675 00 
2,300 00 
1,300 00 
1,600 00 
1.400 00 



Extra Services and Additional Teachers ($400.00) 



C. S. Brown. 



400 00 



Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Services and Contingencies 

($1,382.26) 

Reference Books. — American Library Association, 13.50; J. M. Dent & Sons Co., 
Ltd., 20.35; Grolier Society, Ltd., 47.00; J. E. Jones, 12.95; Longmans, Green 
& Co., 13.53; McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., 11.75; Macmillan Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., 32.67; National Child Welfare Association, 38.10; Sir Isaac Pitman & 
Sons (Canada), Ltd., 15.75; Ryerson Press, 120.37; petty disbursements, 49.76. . 

Periodicals. — Wm. Dawson Subscription Service, Ltd., 169.95; Peterboro Review, 
13.50; petty disbursements, 18.90 



375 73 
202 35 



Carried forward 6,015,862 68 



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Brought forward 6,015,862 68 

Normal School, Peterborough — Contingencies — Continued 

Stationery. — Card & Paper Works, Ltd., 13.35; King's Printer, 416.38; Library of 
Congress, 19.25; Peterboro Business College, 10.45; R. J. Soden, 22.55; petty 
disbursements, 7.44 489 42 

Services and Travelling Expenses. — Muriel Bell, 11.75; M. Hatfield, 3.50; Miss 

Margaret McArthur, 22.25; Miss Helen McDonald, 4.50; A. Scott, 45.00 87 00 

Miscellaneous. — Art Extension Press, artists' prints, 10.50; Office Specialty Mfg. 
Co., Ltd., guides, etc., 16.00; Ontario Department of Agriculture, bulletins, 
24.55; Sundries — cartage, 1.69; express, 29.55; freight, 4.70; postage, 40.00; 
telegrams, 2.54; telephone, 57.10; petty disbursements, 41.13 227 76 



Apparatus, Chemicals, Musical Instruments, Domestic Science and 
Manual Training Supplies ($596.44) 

Artists' Supply Co., Jap paper, chalk, etc., 19.86; Canadian Department Stores, 
cloth, etc., 22.88; Card & Paper Works, Ltd., cardboard, 10.65; T. Eaton Co., 
Ltd., cloth, etc., 33.25; R. Fair & Co., canvas, etc., 74.75; D. M. Goheen, 
mounting birds, 26.50; R. Hall, Ltd., drygoods, 25.49; W. H. Hamilton, pro- 
visions, 25.47; Heintzman & Co., Ltd., records, 11.30; Higgins Hardware Co., 
shellac, paint, etc., 26.45; Peterboro Review, paper, 17.00; Singer Sewing 
Machine Co., machine, 80.00; R. J. Soden, dishes, 18.00; United Church Publish- 
ing House, box, 32.25; E. Ward, lumber, 63.70; P. S. White & Co., groceries, 
38.23; petty disbursements, 70.66 596 44 

Physical Culture Apparatus and Athletic Supplies ($30.83) 

T. Eaton Co., Ltd., repairs to bats, etc., 10.35; petty disbursements, 20.48 30 83 

Payment to Peterborough Board of Education ($1,050.00) 

Treasurer, Board of Education, Peterborough, for use of class rooms 1,050 00 

Fuel, Light and Power ($1,597.34) 

Conger-Lehigh Coal Co., Ltd., 925.20; Hodgson Bros., 335.88; Peat Fuels, Ltd., 

139.90; Peterborough Utilities Commission, 196.36 1,597 34 



Water ($235.82) 
Peterborough Utilities Commission 235 82 

Furniture, Repairs and Incidentals ($180.64) 

A. Hagerman, repairs, 18.25; Higgins Hardware Co., hardware, paints, etc., 49.64; 
Steel Equipment Co., Ltd., X-ray cabinet, 69.00; J. J. Turner & Son, Ltd., blinds, 
shades, etc., 29.00; petty disbursements, 14.75 180 64 



Expenses of Grounds, etc. ($362.22) 

T. Fredenburg, lumber, 30.71; A. T. Hagerman, fencing courts, etc., 25.70; Higgins 
Hardware Co., garden tools, etc., 28.43; D. Jordan, plants, etc., 46.33; Peter- 
borough Floral Co., seeds, flowers, etc., 49.80; Alex. Scott, gardener, 142.40; petty 
disbursements, 38.85 



362 22 



Scrubbing, Cleaning, Cartage, etc. ($935.36) 

Fanning's Laundry, laundry, 40.61; W. E. Foster, cleaning windows, 15.00; Higgins 
Hardware, brushes, etc., 15.75; R. H. Hunter, soap, etc., 11.50; McColl Bros., 
soap, 13.50; Pay list, charwomen, 815.50; Sundries — cartage, 15.25; petty 
disbursements, 8.25 



935 36 



Carried fordard 6,021,655 51 



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Brought forward 6,021,655 51 

STRATFORD NORMAL 

Salaries ($30,341.66) 

S. Silcox Principal 12 months 4,600 00 

J.W.Emery Master 1 " 316 66 

E. A. Miller " 2 " 525 00 

H. G. Martyn " 12 " 3,800 00 

H. G. Manning " 12 " 3,800 00 

L. R. Hainan " 12 " 3,800 00 

E. M. Everson Instructor, Group 1 12 " 2,700 00 

H. Mayberry " " 2 12 " 1,400 00 

E.M.Cottle " « 2 12 " 1,400 00 

Wm. B. Rothwell " " 2 12 « 1,400 00 

A. J. Johnston Librarian 12 " 2,300 00 

M. M. Sebben Secretary 12 " 1,300 00 

Wm. Ellis Stationery Engineer, Group 3 12 " 1,600 00 

C. Bell Caretaker, Group 1 12 " 1,400 00 



Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Services and Contingencies ($1,178.54) 

Reference Books. — The Classic Magazine Co., 12.00; J. M. Dent & Sons Co., 
Ltd., 14.58; Grolier Society, Ltd., 47.00; J. E. Jones, 12.95; Longmans, 
Green & Co., 11.31 ; Macmillan Co. of Canada, Ltd., 33.76; McClelland & Stewart, 
Ltd., 11.52; Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons (Canada), Ltd., 17.37; Ryerson Press, 
42.96; petty disbursements, 44.94 248 39 

Periodicals. — Lightfoot's Book Store, 127.26; petty disbursements, 22.10 149 36 

Stationery. — Alexander Book Shop, 64.70; Commercial Printers, 28.15; King's 
Printer, 158.81; Murdoch Stationery, 19.25; National Stationers, Ltd., 24.00; 
petty disbursements, 18.51 313 42 

Services and Travelling Expenses. — Dr. F. H. Nelson, lectures on first aid, 30.00; 

S. Pickles, travelling expenses, 236.35; S. Silcox, travelling expenses, 10.50 276 85 

Miscellaneous. — Heintzman & Co., Ltd., music books, 15.89; Sundries — cartage 
5.10; excise stamps, 2.00; express, 23.07; postage, 25.00; telegrams, 1.32; telephone 
88.55 ; petty disbursements, 29.59 190 52 



Apparatus, Chemicals, Musical Instruments, Domestic Science and 
Manual Training Supplies ($845.23) 

Alexander Book Shop, Christmas cards, crepe paper, etc., 48.60; J. L. Bradshaw, 
dishes, 12.58; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., canvas, 19.00; Film & Slide Co., Ltd., slides, 
71.66; Gordon & Orr, dry goods, 31.19; Heintzman & Co., Ltd., records and 
credenza, 87.70; Kalbfleisch Bros., Ltd., cabinet, pole, etc., 344.30; Kroehler 
Mfg. Co., Ltd., tow, felt, etc., 15.60; W. J. McCully, groceries, 135.74; Wm. 
Rennie Co., Ltd., decorations, 18.88; Silverwood's Dairy, milk, etc., 17.12; petty 
disbursements, 42.86 



845 23 



Physical Culture Apparatus and Athletic Supplies ($365.95) 

J. H. Kenner, tennis balls, repairs, etc., 12.45; W. C. Orns, rent of arena, 50.00; 
H. A. Wilson Co., Ltd., gymnasium mats, 40.00; Y.M.C.A., use of gymnasium, 
256.00; petty disbursements, 7.50 365 95 

Stratford Board of Education ($1,200.00) 

Treasurer, Board of Education, Stratford, for use of class-rooms 1,200 00 

Fuel, Light and Power ($2,417.22) 

N. R. Fiebig, 1,095.51; A. Johnson, 1,117.81; Public Utilities Commission, 203.90. . . . 2,417 22 

Water ($159.94) 

Public Utilities Commission 159 94 



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Normal School, Stratford — Continued 



6,058,164 05 



Furniture, Repairs, Incidentals, etc. ($685.74) 

Art Handicraft Shop, frames, 28.25; W. C. Berry, tires repaired, etc., 27.54; W. R. 
Bradshaw, lumber, etc., 31.06; Down & Fleming, shades and rollers, 55.30; 
Greenwood & Vivian, rug, 47.00; Imperial Oil, Ltd., oil, etc., 11.65; Johnson 
Temperature Regulating Co. of Canada, Ltd., repair parts, 37.50; Kalbfleisch 
Bros., Ltd., filing cases, and repairs to tables, 140.40; McCracken Show Case 
Co., magazine rack, 35.00; Stratford Chair Co., repairing chairs, 14.35; Stratford 
Hardware Co., paint, oils, etc., 230.99; petty disbursements, 26.70 685 74 

Expenses of Grounds, Trees, etc. ($278.01) 

E. Buchanan, bulbs, flowers, etc., 104.47; E. G. Budd, seeds, 12.10; Jno. Burnett, 
seeds, 15.09; A. Easson, gravel, 12.00; Pay list, labourers, 101.60; Stratford Board 
of Park Management, cutting trees, etc., 13.20; Stratford Cartage Co., cartage, 
12.25 ; petty disbursements, 7.30 278 01 

Scrubbing, Cleaning, Cartage, etc. ($1,149.51) 

J. Lloyd & Son, paper towels, floor wax, etc., 21.10; Pay list, charwomen, 1,083.66; 
E. Pullan Wipers & Waste Co., Ltd., cheesecloth, etc., 11.00; Stratford Cartage 
Co., hauling ashes, 26.15; petty disbursements, 7.60 1,149 51 



NORTH BAY NORMAL 

Salaries ($31,433.68) 

A. C. Casselman Principal 11 months 

J. C. Norris Master 12 " 

H. E. Ricker " 12 " 

G. Morgan " 12 " 

W. J. Neale " 2 " 

E. K. Skuce " 8 " 

C. Ramsay Instructor, Group 1 12 " 

E.Preston " " 1 12 " 

J.E.Chambers " " 1 12 " 

H.L.Bamford " " 1 12 " 

K. McCubbin Secretary 12 " 

F. Wharram Stationery Engineer, Group 3 12 " 

J. Clark Caretaker, Group 1 2 " 

Henry E. Jackson " 10 " 

Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Services and Contingencies ($1,186.70) 

Reference Books. — Blackie & Sons, Ltd., 41.25; F. S. Fosdick, 40.55; Grolier Society, 
Ltd., 47.00; J. E. Jones, 12.95; Macmillan Co. of Canada, Ltd., 15.31; 
The Nuggett, 67.00; Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons (Canada), Ltd., 15.75; Ryerson 
Press, 37.57; petty disbursements, 39.14 

Periodicals. — Wm. Dawson Subscription Service, Ltd., 173.50; National Geographic 
Magazine, 22.00; petty disbursements, 20.74 

Stationery. — King's Printer, 419.40; Murdoch Stationery, 28.00 

Services and Travelling Expenses. — A. C. Casselman 



Miscellaneous. — J. M. Dent & Sons, Co., Ltd., charts, 10.00; J. J. Doyle, taxi hire, 
26.50; Sundries — express, 35.74; freight, 5.76; postage, 32.00; telegrams, 1.10; 
telephone, 45.35; petty disbursements, 20.24 

Apparatus, Chemicals, Musical Instruments, Domestic Science and 
Manual Training Supplies ($437.65) 

Canadian Department Stores, canvas, etc., 47.67; E. Couchai, bird mounting, 
28.00; A. Delaney, sharpening saws, 14.40; King's Printer, 38.59; A. C. Rosa- 
beck, acid, etc., 13.44; Singer Sewing Machine Co., sewing machine, 82.50; 
Star Grocery, groceries, 51.96; R. B. Tennant & Co., Ltd., lumber, 76.25; F. A. 
York, dry goods, etc., 51.45; petty disbursements, 33.39 



4,267 04 
3,800 00 
3,800 00 
3,800 00 

633 32 
2,000 00 
2,700 00 
1,800 00 
2,700 00 
1,800 00 
1,300 00 
1,600 00 

233 32 
1,000 00 



316 52 

216 24 

447 40 

29 85 

176 69 



437 65 



Carried forward 6,093,335 34 



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Brought forward 6,093,335 34 

North Bay Normal — Continued 

Students' Board and Travelling Expenses ($31,703.51) 

Sundry students 31,703 51 

Fuel, Light and Power ($1,610.85) 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 228.16; Lindsay & McCluskey, Ltd., 1,382.69. . 1,610 85 

Water ($125.05) 

Corporation, City of North Bay 125 05 

Furniture, Repairs and Incidentals ($215.84) 

Canadian Department Stores, Ltd., crash, 26.56; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, 
Ltd., hardware, brooms, paint, etc., 115.40; Electric Supply Co., electrical 
supplies, 18.95; A. G. Hume, glass, mirror, etc., 20.85; J. W. Richardson, ladder, 
brushes, pots, etc., 13.60; petty disbursements, 20.48 215 84 

Expenses of Grounds, Trees, etc. ($951.77) 

Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., seeds, nails, etc., 21.40; W. D. Parks, manure, 
22.00; Pay list, wages of men, 324.92; J. W. Richardson, bulbs, etc., 12.50; 
Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd., power mower, 550.00; petty disbursements, 20.95 951 77 

Scrubbing, Cleaning, etc. ($1,013.48) 

S. Montgomery, removing ashes, 12.00; Ontario Soap & Oil Co., soap, 39.36; Pay 
list, wages of charwomen, 909.44; E. Pullan Wipers & Waste Co., Ltd., cloths, 
15.00; J. W. Richardson, oil, 18.18; petty disbursements, 19.50 1,013 48 



UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA NORMAL 

Salaries ($10,800.00) 

Rene Lamoureux Principal 12 months 4,200 00 

Roger St. Denis Master 12 " 3,300 00 

Edward J. Watson " 12 " 3,300 00 

Salaries not provided for (Statutory) ($81.25) 

M. B. Tarte Secretary and Librarian 1 month 81 25 

Reference Books, Contingencies, etc. ($2,086.30) 

Reference Books.— W. R. Chambers, 10.89; J. M. Dent & Sons Co., Ltd., 11.01; 
Grolier Society, Ltd., 47.00; J. Hope & Sons, 37.50; L. M. R. LaFontaine, 45.85; 
Macmillan Co., Ltd., 69.97; Oxford University Press, 12.19; Ryerson Press, 
22.56; petty disbursements, 36.19 293 16 

Periodicals. — Grolier Society, Ltd., 45.00; petty disbursements, 9.00 54 00 

Stationery. — Beauregard Press, 39.00; J. Hope & Sons, 16.95; King's Printer, 

330.82; L. A. Rainville, 14.60; petty disbursements, 8.00 409 37 

Services and Travelling Expenses. — L. Breault, 5.00; R. F. Fleming, 230.00; J. A. 
Lajeunesse, 265.00; R. Lamoureux, 328.55; J. C. Logan, 310.00; G. Major, 
5.00; Miss M. B. Tarte, 10.00 1,153 55 

Miscellaneous. — D. Gestetner, Ltd., stencils, 11.02; Office Specialty Mfg. Co., 
Ltd., cards, 34.60; F. Tremblay, tables, 15.00; J. G. Whyte & Son, paper cups, 
36.00. Sundries — express, 17.88; freight, 13.67; postage, 11.00; petty disburse- 
ments, 37.05 176 22 



Carried forward 6,141,842 14 



12 months 


3,600 00 


12 " 


3,150 00 


10 " 


1,916 61 


12 " 


1,500 00 


12 " 


2,200 00 


9 " 


1,049 94 


l A " 


59 18 



1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION F 43 

Brought forward 6,141,842 14 

University of Ottawa Normal — Continued 

University of Ottawa for use of Building and Equipment ($1,500.00) 

University of Ottawa 1 ,500 00 

Roman Catholic Separate School Board for use of Schools for 
Training Teachers ($500.00) 

Ottawa Separate School Board 500 00 

Students' Board and Travelling Expenses ($23,583.65) 

Sundry students 23,583 65 

Normal and Model Schools $480,031.13 

ENGLISH-FRENCH TRAINING SCHOOLS 

STURGEON FALLS 

Salaries ($13,475.73) 

J. M. Kaine Principal 

Henri Lemieux Associate Principal 

Harvey H. Andrews Teacher 

Gabrielle Gourand " 

M. O. Clelland " 

Joseph Racine Caretaker, Group 1 9 

A. Dumont " 

Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Equipment, Musical 
Instruments, Services and Contingencies ($698.74) 

Reference Books. — Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., 25.00; Ryerson Press, 18.87; petty dis- 
bursements, 41.09 84 96 

Periodicals. — Petty disbursements 12 50 

Stationery.— King's Printer, 235.22; Nyal Store, 47.71; E. H. Winn, 19.50; 302 43 

Services and Travelling Expenses. — Jos. Brosseau, 33.00; M. L. Fahey, 3.00; Sister 

Gabriel, 5.50; Sister Germaine, 12.50; E. R. Kaine, 5.50 59 50 

Miscellaneous. — Central Scientific Co., Ltd., cylinder, etc., 25.53; Dr. Cornell, rent of 
piano, 10.00; Geo. M. Hendry Co., Ltd., maps, etc., 82.35; Michaud Bros., 
groceries, 19.92; Sundries — express, 20.32; freight, 1.63; postage, 24.35; tele- 
phone, 38.35; telegraph, .95; petty disbursements, 15.95 239 35 

Payment to the Roman Catholic Separate School Board, 
Sturgeon Falls ($400.00) 

Treasurer, Separate School Board, Sturgeon Falls, for use of schools 400 00 

Students' Board and Travelling Expenses ($21,459.05) 

Sundry students 21 ,459 05 

Fuel, Light and Power ($590.91) 

A. A. Aubin, 535.71; Corporation of Town of Sturgeon Falls, 55.20 590 91 

Water ($117.80) 

Corporation,[Town of Sturgeon Falls 117 80 

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Brought forward 6,204,168 02 

English-French Training Schools— Continued 

Sturgeon Falls — Continued 

Furniture, Repairs and Incidentals ($183.45) 

J. F. Demers, plumbing and electric repairs, 138.55; Michaud Bros., keys, electrical 

supplies, etc., 35.40; petty disbursements, 9.50 183 45 

Expenses of Grounds ($5.00) 

G. Bidal, grass cutting 5 03 

Scrubbing, Cleaning, etc. ($175.73) 

J. Brosseau, janitor service, 90.00; Dustbane Products, Ltd., mops, etc., 12.88; 
Michaud Bros., floor oil, soap, etc., 41.10; G. H. Wood & Co., soap, etc., 27.75; 
petty disbursements, 4.00 175 7.3 

SANDWICH 

Salaries ($6,375.00) 

D. M. Eagle Principal 12 months 3,600 00 

Albine Sabourin Teacher 12 " 1,800 00 

Eugene Cabana Caretaker 1 " 81 25 

John V. Rudge " Group 2 11 ■ 893 75 

Reference Books, Contingencies etc. ($233.83) 

Reference Books.— L. M. R. La Fontaine, 24.52; Ryerson Press, 39.20 63 72 

Stationery.— Hughes & Percy, 11.50; King's Printer, 56.49; V. E. Marentette 

& Son, 36.63 104 62 

Miscellaneous. — Sundries — express. 3.30; postage, 8.16; telephone, 51.73; petty 

disbursements, 2.30 65 49 

Separate School Board for Use of Schools for Training Teachers ($600.00) 

Treasurer, Separate School Board 600 00 

Students' Board and Travelling Expenses ($4,330.00) 

Sundry Students 4,330 00 

Fuel, Light and Power ($241.12) 

Confederation Coal & Coke Co., Ltd., 229.23; Sandwich Hydro-Electric System, 

11.89 241 12. 

Water ($7.67) 
Sandwich Water Board 7 67 

Furniture, Repairs and Incidentals ($5.50) 
Petty Disbursements 5 50 

Expenses of Grounds ($1.25) 

Marentette Hardware Co 1 25 

Scrubbing, Cleaning and Supplies ($18.05) 

J. A. Horrocks & Co., 6.40; J. Rudge, 11.65 18 05 

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Brought forward 6,216,344 62 



EMBRUN 

Salaries ($12,258.33) 

Jno. Hartley Principal 10 months 3,000 00 

Joseph Lapensee " 2 " 600 00 

Joseph Lapensee Associate Principal 10 " 3,000 00 

Harvey H. Andrews Assistant to Principal 2 " 383 33 

Raymond R. Maurice Teacher 12 " 2,200 00 

Camille M. Blanchard " 12 " 2,100 00 

Antonio Bordeau Caretaker, Group 2 12 " 975 00 

Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Equipment, Musical 
Instruments, Services and Contingencies ($714.20) 

Reference Books.— Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., 50.78; T.Eaton Co., Ltd., 17.78; Ryerson 

Press, 32.97; petty disbursements, 7.24 108 77 

Periodicals. — Petty disbursements 36 85 

Stationery. — King's Printer 197 44 

Miscellaneous. — H. H. Andrews, travelling expenses, 23.25; Delongchamps 
Cartage Co., moving expenses of H. H. Andrews, 175.00; Geo. M. Hendry 
Co., Ltd., beads, colours, etc., 22.25; Ketchum & Co., Ltd., balls, 17.95; C. W. 
Lindsay & Co., rent of piano, 21.10; Dr. D. S. MacDougall, professional services, 
10.00; E. Perras, storage, 10.00; Sundries— express, 31.06; postage, 19.74; 
telephone, 33.50; petty disbursements, 7.29 371 14 

Students' Board and Travelling Expenses ($20,805.05) 

Sundry Students 20,805 05 

Fuel, Light and Power ($797.40) 

T. Ernard, 516.34; J. Heney & Son, 225.41 ; Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 55.65 797 40 

Furniture, Repairs and Incidentals ($71.72) 

E. Benoit, brackets, 18.00; R. A. J. Fillion, labour, 22.72; Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd , 

clocks, 25.00; petty disbursements, 6.00 71 72 

English-French Training Schools $83,565.53 



HIGH SCHOOLS AND COLLEGIATE INSTITUTES 

Salaries ($22,375.03) 



I. M. Levan Inspector 

Geo. F. Rogers " 

A. G. Hooper " 

R. W. Anglin " 

A.J. Husband " 

Wm. A. Jennings " 

M. Manion Senior Clerk Stenographer. 



12 months 

6 

2 
12 
12 
12 
12 



Grants, High Schools and Collegiate Institutes ($420,632.04) 

Alexandria, 1,615.00; Almonte, 1,488.72; Amherstburg, 1,870.24; Arnprior, 1,780.31 
Arthur, 1,392.00; Athens, 1,821.42; Aurora, 1,894.38; Avonmore, 1,388.79 
Aylmer, 1,638.79; Barrie, 1,867.50; Beamsville, 1,847.27; Belleville, 1,921.50 
Blenheim, 1,623.22; Bownmanville, 1,885.50; Bracebridge, 9,848.90; Bradford 
1,503.42; Brampton, 1,908.50; Brantford, 1,981.50; Bridgeburg, 1,823.35 
Brighton, 1,308.29; Brockville, 1,783.27; Burford, 1,647.41; Burlington, 1,874.50 
Caledonia, 1,836.32; Campbellford, 1,864.50; Carleton Place, 1,819.94; Cayuga 
1,520.50; Chapleau, 3,360.36; Chatham, 1,719.50; Chesley, 1,542.88; Chesterville 
1,236.24; Clinton, 1,951.50; Cobalt, 5,252.31; Cobourg, 1,709.50; Cochrane 
5,768.47; Colborne, 1,439.60; Collingwood, 1,926.47; Cornwall, 1,920.72 
Deseronto, 1,320.34; Dundalk, 1,237.35; Dundas, 1,840.10; Dunnville, 1,782.50 
Durham, 1,650.60; Dutton, 1,808.01; Elmira, 1,635.22; Elora, 1,108.45; Essex 
1,836.28; Etobicoke, 1,886.07; Exeter, 1,507.68; Fergus, 1,723.21; Finch, 1,369.39 
Flesherton, 1,483.23; Forest, 1,599.00; Fort Frances, 3,817.00; Fort William 



4,600 00 
2,108 35 
766 68 
4,600 00 
4,600 00 
4,400 00 
1,300 00 



Carried forward 6,273,366 35 



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forward 6,273,366 35 

High Schools and Collegiate Institutes — Continued 

Grants, High Schools and Collegiate Institutes — Continued 

8,003.53; Gait, 1,981.50; Gananoque, 1,652.00; Georgetown, 1,600.10; Glencoe, 
1,414.08; Goderich. 1,920.50; Gravenhurst, 2,817.12; Grimsby, 1,862.34; Guelph, 
1,695.18; Hagersville, 1,564.63; Haileybury, 4,706.31; Hamilton, 3,466.20; 
Hanover, 1,723.00; Harriston, 1,422.60; Hawkesbury, 2,259.19; Huntsville, 
5,297.87; Ingersoll, 1,559.41; Iroquois, 1,621.56; Kemptville, 1,525.27; Kincardine, 
1,673.47; Kingston, 1,664.50; Kingsville, 1,603.05; Kirkland Lake, 2,939.08; 
Kitchener, 1,913.50; Lakefield, 1,212.15; Leamington, 1,889.50; Lindsay, 1,917.50; 
Listowel, 1,507.00; London, 5,733.42; Lucan, 1,331.03; Madoc, 1,475.16; Markdale, 
1,015.62; Markham, 1,554.49; Maxville, 1,221.42; Meaford, 1,760.64; Midland, 
1,864.50; Milton, 1,717.04; Mimico, 1,864.50; Mitchell, 1,806.19; Morewood, 
1,231.15; Morrisburg, 1,855.56; Mount Forest, 1,567.54; Napanee, 1,851.50; 
Xepean, 1,867.41; Newburg, 1,205.28; Newcastle, 974.63; NewLiskeard, 8,755.10; 
Newmarket, 1,909.64; Niagara Falls, 1,915.50; Niagara Falls South, 1,883.09; 
Niagara-on-the-Lake, 1,496.46; North Bay, 4,736.35; Norwich, 1,620.00; Norwood, 
1,362.21; Oakville, 1,742.36; Omemee, 862.38; Orangeville, 1,687.13; Orillia, 
1,865.75; Oshawa, 1,915.76; Ottawa, 3,765.00; Owen Sound, 1,944.50; Paris, 
1,824.91; Parkhill, 1,394.25; Parry Sound, 3,357.08; Pembroke, 1,933.50; 
Penetanguishene, 1,445.97; Perth, 1,969.50; Peterborough, 1,940.50; Petrolia, 
1,889.01; Picton, 1,981.50; Plantagenet, 1,184.72; Port Arthur, 3,869.00; Port 
Colborne, 1,873.86; Port Credit, 1,797.19; Port Dover, 1,207.08; Port Elgin, 
1,290.87; Port Hope, 1,818.06; Port Perry, 1,745.90; Port Rowan, 847.46; Prescott, 
1,532.25; Renfrew, 1,981.50; Richmond Hill, 1,857.92; Ridgetown, 1,627.25; 
Ridgeway, 1,896.94; Rockland, 1,266.79; Saltfleet, 1,676.40; Sandwich, 1,588.84; 
Sarnia, 1,981.50; Sault Ste. Marie, 7,563.06; Scarborough, 1,981.50; Seaforth, 
1,478.50; Shelburne, 1,796.43; Simcoe, 1,642.23; Smith's Falls. 1,766.50; Smith- 
ville, 1,469.96; St. Catharines, 1,901.50; St. Marys, 1,903.50; St. Thomas, 
1,731.23; Stirling, 1,706.30; Stratford, 1,967.28; Strathroy, 1,905.50; Streetsville, 
1,102.74; Sudbury, 9,643.99; Sydenham, 1,600.64; Thessalon, 3,512.76; Thorold, 
1,786.63; Tillsonburg, 1,878.48; Timmins, 17,598.86; Toronto, 16,942.64; Trenton, 
1,890.76; Tweed, 1,579.08; Uxbridge, 1,894.50; Vankleek Hill, 1,759.50; Vienna, 
723.31; Walkerton, 1,525.00; Walkerville, 1,979.25; Wallaceburg, 1,648.50; 
Wardsville, 767.56; Waterdown, 1,867.12; Watford, 1,879.50; Waterford, 1,188.52; 
Welland, 1,885.50; Weston, 1,771.00; Whitby, 1,836.50; Wiarton, 1,610.21; 
Williamstown, 1,450.45; Winchester, 1,559.52; Windsor, 3,904.66; Wingham, 
1,497.50; Woodstock, 1,790.50; York, 5,860.51; York East, 1,741.15; York 
North, 1,404.49 420,632 C4 



Night High Schools, Grants ($17,800.10) 

Belleville, 283.33; Fort William, 53.33; Gait, 44.00; Guelph, 113.33; Hamilton 
1,662.66; Kitchener, 265.00; Ottawa, 95.00; Pembroke, 92.50; Picton, 108.25; 
Port Arthur, 83.33; Runnymede Road, Toronto, 2,486.34; Sarnia, 76.66; 
St. Thomas, 390.00; Stratford, 84.00; Sudbury, 325.00; Tillsonburg, 100.00; 
Toronto, 6,137.20; Vaughan Road, Toronto, 3,011.00; Walkerville, 1,080.50; 
York East, 1,308.67 17,800 10 



High School Cadet Corps, Grants ($3,650.00) 

Aurora, 50.00; Belleville, 50.00; Birchcliff, 50.00; Brampton, 50.00; Brantford, 
50.00; Brockville, 50.00; Burlington, 50.00; Campbellford, 50.00; Chatham, 
100.00; Clinton, 50.00; Cobourg, 50.00; Collingwood, 50.00; Cornwall, 50.00; 
Dunnville, 50.00; Essex, 50.00; Fergus, 50.00; Fort Frances, 50.00; Gait, 50.00; 
Hamilton, 150.00; Ingersoll, 50.00; Kenora, 50.00; Leamington, 50.00; Lindsay, 
50.00; Mitchell, 50.00; Morrisburg, 50.00; Napanee, 50.00; Niagara Falls, 50.00; 
Niagara Falls South, 50.00; North Bay, 50.00; Orillia, 50.00; Oshawa, 50.00; 
Ottawa, 150.00; Owen Sound, 50.00; Pembroke, 50.00; Perth, 50.00; Peter- 
borough, 50.00; Petrolia, 50.00; Port Arthur, 50.00; Port Perry, 50.00; Renfrew, 
50.00; Ridgetown, 50.00; Sarnia, 50.00; St. Catharines, 50.00; Smith's Falls, 
50.00; Stratford, 50.00; Strathroy, 50.00; Tillsonburg, 50.00; Toronto, 550.00; 
Trenton, 50.00; Uxbridge, 50.00; Walkerville, 50.00; Welland, 50.00; Weston, 
50.00; Whitby, 50.00; Windsor, 100.00; Woodstock, 50.00; York, 50.00 3,650 00 

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High Schools and Collegiate Institutes — Continued 

Grants to School Boards, Supervisors and Teachers re Courses in 
Music ($1,121.11) 

W. H. Bishop, 200.00; Leila H. Carroll, 100.00; Mrs. M. A. Edwards, executrix 
61.11; Glencoe High School Board, 30.00; Harry Hill, 100.00; G. Howard, 100.00 
Kitchener- Waterloo Collegiate Institute Board, 60.00; P. C. Marshall, 200.00 
Norwich High School Board, 30.00; Port Dover Board of Education, 60.00 
Stratford Board of Education, 120.00; Waterford High School Board, 60.00 



Grants to Offset Losses Occasioned by Unassessed Crown Property 

($853.22) 

Treasurer, Penetanguishene High School Board, 292.80; Whitby Board of Educa- 
tion, 223.29; Woodstock Board of Education, 337.13 

Travelling and Moving Expenses ($4,781.18) 

R. W. Anglin, 1,127.66; A. G. Hooper, 364.91; A. J. Husband, 1,097.32; W. A. 
Jennings, 946.20; I. M. Levan, 1,130.19; G. F. Rogers, 114.90 

Stationery, Printing, Postage, Services and Contingencies ($4,580.09) 

C. A. Chant, books, 125.00; King's Printer, 4,247.78; Macmillan Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., books, 39.09; Ryerson Press, books, 79.87; Scott, Foresman & Co., books, 
26.30; World Book Co., books, 27.86; petty disbursements, 34.19 

High Schools and Collegiate Institutes $475,792.77 

DEPARTMENTAL MUSEUM 

Salaries ($4,900.00) 

Rowland B. Orr Director of Ontario Provincial Museum .... 12 months 

Robert Virtue Cleaner and Helper 12 " 

H. Borthwick Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 12 " 

Contingencies ($2,203.96) 

Temporary Services. — Sandy Grant, guard at 3.13 per diem, 979.69; W. W. Hodgson, 
guard at 3.13 per diem, 979.69 

Miscellaneous. — Curry's Art Store, frames, 12.00; G. H. Hamilton, drugs, 38.79; 
King's Printer, 44.75; G. Pearsall & Son, hardware, 27.74; Sundries — postage, 
50.00; petty disbursements, 71.30 

Expenses of Archaeological Researches, etc. ($495.80) 

M. Edwards, painting cards, 360.00; M. Fisher, repairs, 6.00; R. B. Orr, travelling 
expenses, 29.80; G. Riley, specimens, 100.00 

Natural History Collections ($286.00) 

T. Emack, mounting, 194.75; Park Brothers, photos., 4.50; O. Spanner & Co., 
mounting, 66.75; A. J. Tuck, collection of birds, 20.00 

Departmental Museum $7,885.76 



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1,600 00 
1,200 00 



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PUBLIC LIBRARIES 

Salaries ($9,383.21) 

Dorothy Thompson Librarian, Public Libraries 12 months 

S. B. Herbert Principal Clerk 12 " 

Wm. E. Smith Senior Clerk 12 " 

P. Spereman Library Assistant, Group 1 12 " 

Jessie Craig Senior Clerk Stenographer 10 " 



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1,600 


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Grants, Organization, Services, Books and Expenses ($58,857.78) 

Acton, 68.15; Agincourt, 151.14; Ailsa Craig, 83.51; Allenford, 16.38; Alliston, 32.48; 
Alma, 10.00; Almonte, 202.57; Alton, 22.79; Alvinston, 198.26; Amherstburg, 
226.90; Apple Hill, 23.25; Arkona, 28.34; Arnprior, 107.56; Arthur, 66.34; 
Athens, 37.85; Atwood, 36.56; Auburn, 39.88; Aurora, 184.61; Aylmer, 255.00; 
Ayr, 118.25; Bala, 19.29; Bancroft, 71.14; Barrie, 229.32; Bath, 92.80; Bayfield, 
39.11; Bayham, 15.00; Baysville, 23.12; Beamsville, 174.85; Beaverton, 63.43; 
Beeton, 30.00; Belleville, 260.00; Bellwood, 40.30; Bellmont, 63.68; Birchcliff, 
96.45; Blenheim, 115.34; Blind River, 118.49; Bloomfield, 120.19; Blyth, 22.58; 
Bobcaygeon, 119.19; Bolton, 28.26; Bothwell, 34.55; Bowmanville, 246.02; 
Bracebridge, 139.92; Brampton, 260.00; Brantford, 520.00; Bridgeburg, 205.50; 
Brighton, 66.48; Brockville, 260.00; Brooklin, 24.71; Bronte, 41.36; Brougham, 
46.28; Brown's Corners, 46.06; Brownsville, 48.95; Brucefield, 25.11; Bruce Mines, 
77.23; Brussels, 34.10; Burgessville, 15.52; Burk's Falls, 126.23; Burlington, 
242.50; Caledon, 10.00; Cambray, 48.49; Camden East, 31.05; Campbellford, 
250.50; Canfield, 40.73; Cannington, 30.05; Cardinal, 38.00; Cargill, 28.30; Carle- 
ton Place, 106.40; Carlisle, 57.52; Cayuga, 19.49; Chalk River, 29.58; Chapleau, 
54.26; Chatham, 260.00; Chatsworth, 10.00; Chesley, 190.58; Chesterville, 23.44; 
Claremont, 58.82; Clarksburg, 158.34; Clarkson, 5.00; Claude, 10.00; Clifford, 
60.51; Clinton, 255.00; Cobalt, 11.50; Cobourg, 81.54; Cochrane, 102.20; Colborne, 
50.74; Coldwater, 15.00; Collingwood, 260.00; Comber, 52.34; Cookstown, 18.25; 
Copetown, 65.27; Copper Cliff, 200.00; Cornwall, 260.00; Cottam, 53.27; Cree- 
more, 23.64; Delaware, 26.12; Delhi, 164.95; Delta, 28.32; Denfield, 74.14; 
Depot Harbour, 25.44; Deseronto, 34.86; Dome Mines, 79.29; Don, 29.47; 
Dorchester, 80.41; Drayton, 82.33; Dresden, 290.84; Drumbo, 26.52; Dryden, 
81.62; Dundalk, 68.00; Dundas, 260.00; Dungannon, 50.09; Dunnville, 141.60; 
Durham, 188.79; Dutton, 86.90; East Linton, 25.00; Elmira, 250.55; Elmvale, 
77.95; Elmwood, 53.07; Elora, 277.19; Embro, 60.18; Ennotville, 69.89; Erin, 
23.12; Espanola, 103.12; Essex, 240.00; Ethel, 36.50; Exeter, 69.41; Fenelon Falls, 
64.06; Fenwick, 42.50; Fergus, 162.55; Flesherton, 36.78; Fonthill, 121.41; Ford- 
wich, 19.56; Forest, 97.06; Forester's Falls, 10.00; Fort Erie, 44.65; Fort Frances, 
194.44; Fort William, 520.00; Frankford, 116.93; Gait, 260.00; Gananoque, 260.00; 
Garden Island, 19.61; Georgetown, 216.53; Glamis, 10.00; Glanworth, 71.45; 
Glencoe, 76.82; Glen Allen, 35.00; Glen Morris, 40.76; Goderich, 260.00; Gore 
Bay, 70.63; Gore's Landing, 10.51; Gorrie, 10.00; Grafton, 46.33; Granton, 47.29; 
Gravenhurst, 70.76; Grimsby, 249.02; Guelph, 260.00; Hagersville, 129.51; Hali- 
burton, 46.85; Hamilton, 1,175.42; Hanover, 254.50; Harrietville, 74.86; Harring- 
ton West, 26.49; Harriston, 118.30; Harrow, 38.31; Harrowsmith, 34.81; Hawkes- 
bury, 20.00; Hensall, 67.48; Hepworth, 17.04; Hespeler, 254.22; Highgate, 67.76; 
Highland Creek, 21.43; Hillsburg, 35.51; Hillsdale, 25.00; Holstein, 41.12; Honey- 
wood, 37.22; Humber Bay, 118.76; Huntsville, 46.85; Ignace, 44.79; Ilderton, 
111.92; Ingersoll, 260.00; Inglewood, 41.97; Inkerman, 10.00; Inwood, 33.79; 
Iroquois, 36.13; Iroquois Falls, 192.08; Islington, 71.59; Ivanhoe, 35.88; Jarvis, 
32.79; Kearney, 14.21; Kemble, 39.75; Kempville, 147.25; Kenora, 255.00; Kim- 
berley, 12.46; Kincardine, 85.68; Kingston, 260.00; Kingsville, 253.32; Kinmount, 
10.00; Kinsale, 30.08; Kintore, 30.95; Kirkfield, 35.74; Kirkland Lake, 200.00; 
Kirkton, 30.97; Kitchener, 260.00; Komoka, 37.61; Lakefield, 67.99; Lakeside, 
45.01; Lakeview, 30.52; Lambeth, 68.56; Lanark, 58.49; Lancaster, 92.10; 
Leamington, 260.00; Lefroy, 11.55; Lindsay, 260.00; Listowel, 243.62; Little 
Britain, 102.11; London, 975.00; Long Branch, 53.93; Lome Park, 24.94; Lucan, 
74.76; Lucknow, 117.27; Lyn, 5.00; Madoc, 11.41; Mandamin, 55.21; Manilla, 
110.91; Manotick, 18.62; Markdale, 81.86; Markham, 10.56; Marksville, 19.64; 
Marmora, 141.19; Martintown, 10.00; Maxville, 15.00; Meaford, 260.00; Mel- 
bourne, 22.76; Merrickville, 31.53; Merritton, 98.75; Metcalfe, 35.00; Midland, 
260.00; Mildmay, 15.00; Millbank, 22.09; Millbrook, 119.83; Milton, 7.81; 
Milverton, 138.72; Mimico, 260.00; Minden, 10.00; Mitchell, 106.67; Moorefield, 
15.50; Monkton, 11.47; Mono Centre, 15.00; Morrisburg, 39.93; Morriston, 
17.10; Mount Albert, 67.12; Mount Brydges, 45.50; Mount Dennis, 186.64; 
Mount Elgin, 27.34; Mount Forest, 198.18; Mount Hope, 20.00; Nanticoke, 
41.34; Napanee, 172.82; Napier, 25.00; Newburgh, 32.71; Newbury, 66.40; New- 
castle, 152.70; New Dundee, 47.56; New Hamburg, 93.15; Newington, 17.61; 
New Liskeard, 233.38; New Lowell, 20.00; Newmarket, 201.43; New Toronto, 
248.37; Niagara Falls, 485.00; Niagara-on-the-Lake, 83.51; Norland, 10.00; 
North Bay, 260.00; North Gower, 34.95; Norwich, 178.39; Norwood. 65.49; 
Oakville, 236.00; Oakwood, 60.21; Odessa, 37.62; Oil Springs, 51.42; Omemee, 



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Public Libraries — Continued 

Grants, Organizations, Services, Books and Expenses — Continued 

54.75; Orangeville, 260.00; Orillia, 260.00; Orono, 21.45; Osgoode, 12.90; Oshawa, 
260.00; Ottawa, 1,229.80; Otterville, 73.54; Owen Sound, 260.00; Oxford Mills, 
12.53; Paisley, 89.02; Pakenham, 25.00; Palermo, 39.02; Palmerston, 239.40; 
Paris, 260.00; Park Head, 12.35; Park Hill, 126.17; Parry Sound, 200.00; Pem- 
broke, 260.00; Penetanguishene, 147.36; Perth, 100.31; Peterborough, 260.00; 
Pickering, 52.91; Picton, 260.00; Pinkerton, 29.30; Plattsville, 60.16; Plymton, 
24.57; Point Edward, 121.10; Port Arthur, 260.00; Port Carling, 72.72; Port 
Credit, 23.31; Port Dover, 146.30; Port Elgin, 106.00; Port Hope, 260.00; Port 
Lambton, 19.93; Port Perry, 113.53; Port Rowan, 47.41; Port Stanley, 69.17; 
Powassan, 39.79; Prescott, 251.17; Preston, 260.00; Princeton, 73.10; Queensville, 
19.73; Rebecca, 44.77; Renfrew, 186.48; Richmond Hill, 155.06; Ridgetown, 
163.51; Ridgeway, 108.95; Ripley, 46.72; Rittenhouse, 85.21; Rodney, 43.72; 
Romney, 49.43; Rosedale, 45.61; Runnymede, 40.30; St. Catharines, 260.00; 
St. George, 68.44; St. Helens, 10.00; St. Marys, 145.35; St. Thomas, 260.00; 
Saltfleet, 206.00; Sandwich, 243.37; Sarnia, 260.00; Sault Ste. Marie, 496.65; 
Scarborough Bluffs, 131.68; Schrieber, 104.80; Scotland, 34.96; Seaforth, 242.35; 
Shedden, 32.49; Shelburne, 122.98; Shetland, 37.86; Simcoe, 260.00; Singhamp- 
ton, 5.00; Smith's Falls, 260.00; Smithville, 112.54; Solina, 32.72; Southampton, 
131.70; South Porcupine, 201.75; South Mountain, 10.00; South River, 22.17; 
South Woodslee, 74.69; Sparta, 39.91; Springfield, 35.34; Sprucedale, 22.45; 
Stayner, 40.00; Stirling, 219.42; Stouffville, 118.63; Stratford, 260.00; Strathroy, 
164.86; Strathcona, 21.43; Stratton, 15.25; Streetsville, 132.37; Sudbury, 260.00; 
Sunderland, 30.00; Sundridge, 97.24; Sutton West, 58.03; Swansea, 200.00; 
Sydenham, 19.62; Tara, 70.66; Tavistock, 169.69; Teeswater, 233.99; Thames- 
ford, 67.85; Thamesville, 86.70; Thedford, 94.38; Thessalon, 10.00; Thornbury, 
27.32; Thorndale, 43.43; Thornhill, 16.16; Thorold, 409.11; Tillsonburg, 256.50; 
Timmins, 260.00; Tiverton, 17.24; Tobermory, 60.00; Toronto, 4,012.66; Totten- 
ham, 39.30; Trenton, 255.00; Trout Creek, 10.00; Tweed, 72.44; Underwood, 
40.65; Unionville, 69.54; Uxbridge, 162.72; Varna, 56.30; Vars, 17.21; Victoria, 
10.00; Victoria Mines, 37.45; Victoria Road, 19.93; Vineland, 33.11; Walkerton, 
252.77; Walkerville, 460.00; Wallaceburg, 260.00; Wardsville, 28.54; Warkworth, 
15.00; Waterdown, 41.34; Waterford, 70.00; Waterloo, 260.00; Watford, 134.87; 
Welland, 250.10; Wellesley, 50.10; Wellington, 99.28; West Lome, 42.59; Weston, 
255.00; Whitby, 190.01; Whitevale, 29.62; Wiarton, 46.70; Winchester, 21.00; 
Windsor, 662.07; Wingham, 250.77; Woodbridge, 15.00; Woodstock, 260.00; 
Worthington, 10.00; Wroxeter, 59.74; Wyoming, 96.11; Zephyr, 15.36; Zurich, 
33.53 . 52,265 11 

Services.— R. O. Bullock, 367.79; M. Jarvis, 50.00; K. Lines, 50.00 467 79 

Books. — American Library Association, 32.30; R. R. Bowker Co., Ltd., 10.50; Wm. 
Dawson, 16.25; Grafton & Co., 4.44; Grolier Society, Ltd., 47.00; Library Associa- 
tion, 5.10; Library Review, 1.95; Macmillan Co. of Caaada, Ltd., 3.08; Toronto 
Railroad & Steamboat Guide Publishing Co., Ltd., 7.50; W. Tyrrell &Co., Ltd., 
12.60; H. W. Wilson Co., 17.00 157 72 

Miscellaneous. — Addressograph Co., Ltd., inspections, 32.76; King's Printer, 5,868.15; 
Remington Typewriters, Ltd., inspections, 13.00; Stephens Sales Co., Ltd., paper, 
15.00; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., inspections, 27.50; petty disbursements, 
10.75 5,967 16 

Travelling Expenses ($444.75) 

S. B. Herbert, 125.20; P. Spereman, 211.30; W. E. Smith, 38.95; D. A. Thompson, 

69.30 444 75 

Library Institutes ($550.27) 

King's Printer, 12.00; Photographic Stores, Ltd., services of operator, 10.00; Sundry 

persons, travelling .expenses, 528.27 550 27 



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Public Libraries — Continued 
Travelling Libraries ($2,160.47) 

Books.— T. Allen, 162.05; A. Britnell, 303.30; Can. Publishing Co., 24.75; Can. Girl 
Guides Association, 59.40; Cassell & Co., Ltd., 11.67; Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., 
15.75; J. M. Dent & Sons Co., Ltd., 79.34; Dodd, Mead & Co., Ltd., 36.15; 
Doubleday, Doran & Gundy Co., Ltd., 1.40; J. Hardwick, 7.20; Irwin & Gordon, 
7.00; J. E. Jones, 20.83; Longmans, Green & Co., Ltd., 143.58; Macmillan Co., 
Ltd., 258.17; McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., 206.75; G. J. McLeod, Ltd., 11.80; 
Musson Book Co., Ltd., 96.95; T. Nelson & Sons, Ltd., 5.01; Ryerson Press, 
194.24; F. A. Stokes Co., 6.67; Tyrrell & Co., Ltd., 70.52 1,722 53 

Miscellaneous. — King's Printer, 54.25. Sundries — cartage, 2.15; express, 286.56; 

freight, 94.98 437 94 

Grants ($37,400.00) 

Ottawa Association for the Blind 1,000 00 

Ontario College of Art and other Societies 26,500 00 

Canadian Girl Guides' Associations 3,000 00 

Boy Scouts' Association 3,500 00 

Royal Canadian Institute (Toronto) 2,500 00 

Institut Canadien Francais 300 00 

Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 600 00 

Public Libraries $108,796.48 



TECHNICAL EDUCATION 

Salaries ($23,628.19) 

Daniel A. Campbell Director of Industrial and Technical 

Education 12 months 5,000 00 

Frank S. Rutherford Assistant Director of Industrial and 

Technical Education 12 " 4,200 00 

Lewis S. Beattie Inspector, Technical Branch 12 " 3,800 00 

Alice M. Hamill District Organizer 12 " 3,600 00 

J. F. Uffen Head Clerk 12 " 2,700 00 

M. Foy Clerk Stenographer, Group 1 12 " 1,200 00 

E. M. Strange Clerk, Group 1 12 " 1.400 00 

Violet G. English " " 2 12 " 1,106 25 

D. E. Smedley Senior Clerk Stenographer 7 " 621 94 

Manual Training and Household Science Departments, including 
Grants ($65,449.78) 

Public School Boards.— Brantford, 1,910.25; Bridgeburg, 865.64; Brockville, 592.75; 
Chatham, 514.75; Cobourg, 132.25; Collingwood, 914.80; Fairbank, 558.25; 
Guelph, 560.25; Hamilton, 5,855.25; Ingersoll, 490.25; Kingston, 588.75; 
Kitchener, 1,231.75; London, 3,378.25; New Liskeard, 114.50; Ottawa, 6,401.00; 
Owen Sound, 695.10; Pembroke, 409.50; Peterborough, 842.50; St. Catharines, 
597.00; Sarnia, 691.14; Stratford, 1,423.50; Sudbury, 322.75; Toronto, 30,890.95; 
Walkerville, 623.25; Waterloo, 577.25; Weston, 545.75; Windsor, 3,071.25; 
Woodstock, 606.00 65.404 63 



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Grants to High Schools for Mining Education ($14,000.00) 

Treasurer, Haileybury High School 

Treasurer, Sudbury High School 



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7,000 00 
7,000 00 



Agricultural Training in High Schools and Collegiate Institutes, 
Grants ($38,656.78) 

Grants to High Schools and Teachers. — Amherstburg, 397.01; Beamsville, 590.98; 
Belleville, 556.85; Bowmanville, 350.00; Bracebridge, 193.12; Burlington, 1,075.85 
Cayuga, 402.50; Dundas, 199.81; Dunnville, 640.00; Elmira, 1,284.80; Essex, 
182.41; Fergus, 220.00; Flesherton, 69.50; Fort Frances, 180.00; Haileybury, 



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Technical Education — Continued 

Grants to High Schools and Teachers — Continued 

166.53; Iroquois, 115.89; Kincardine, 418.51; Kingsville, 500.00; Leamington, 
80.00; Listowel, 2,010.50; Madoc, 60.00; Midland, 600.00; Mitchell, 1,375.75; 
Nepean, 359.05; New Liskeard, 365.56; Niagara Falls South, 830.00; Norwich, 
460.00; Oakville, 575.29; Petrolia, 390.00; Port McNicoll, 62.90; Port Perry, 
3,333.21; Ridgetown, 775.00; Runnymede, 150.00; Scarborough, 446.84; Shel- 
bourne, 50.50; Smithville, 385.00; Stoney Creek, 360.00; Thessalon, 342.69; 
Uxbridge, 127.03; Vaughan Road, 200.00; Waterdown, 440.00; Whitby, 1,940.96; 
Watford, 378.51; Williamstown, 140.00; Winchester, 326.61; York, 40.00 24,149 16 

Grants to Collegiate Institutes and Teachers. — Barrie, 540.00; Brockville, 790.00; 
Clinton, 168.00; Cobourg, 270.00; Cornwall, 230.00; Fort William, 280.00; 
Goderich, 40.00; Ingersoll, 88.60; Kitchener, 150.00; Lindsay, 428.00; Napanee, 
531.97; Perth, 139.21; Picton, 124.60; Port Arthur, 300.00; Renfrew, 750.00; 
Smith's Falls, 350.00; Strathroy, 500.00 5,680 38 

Grants to Continuation Schools and Teachers. — Agincourt, 244.88; Arkona, 119.86; 
Coldwater, 171.73; Comber, 98.30; Drayton, 1,395.68; Drumbo, 393.43; Fenelon 
Falls, 71.99; Ilderton, 99.35; Jarvis, 109.96; Kinmount, 75.35; Lobo, 187.75; 
Lynden, 204.82; Lyndhurst, 284.59; Milford Bay, 110.03; Mindemoya, 163.10; 
Mount Brydges, 282.69; Mount Pleasant, 387.35; Pakenham, 103.64; Princeton, 
397.22; Ridgeway, 580.00; Sparta, 138.10; Swansea, 107.72; Thamesford, 308.44; 
Thedford, 40.00; Thornbury, 180.00; Thorndale, 363.99; Wheatby, 1,478.50; 
Woolen 129.69 8,228 16 

Grants to Fifth Classes. — Granton 102 35 

Grants to Separate School Boards and Teachers. — Brechin, 153.53; Britton, 68.50; 

Mornington, 50.00; Walkerton, 224.70 496 73 

Day and Evening Classes ($1,389,335.50) 

Extra Services.— G. J. MacKay, 300.00; F. S. Rutherford, 500.00; M. A. Sorsoliel, 

300.00 1,100 00 

Public School Boards, Grants.— Barrie, 809.25; Beamsville, 3,867.07; Belleville, 
49,394.01; Brantford, 15,945.17; Bridgeburg, 1,296.00; Chatham, 19,461.47; 
Collingwood, 1,093.83; Cornwall, 27.00; Dundas, 447.00; Fort Frances, 2,189.93; 
Fort William, 16,924.50; Gait, 25,907.04; Guelph, 22,330.59; Hespeler, 742.50; 
Ingersoll, 1,044.00; Hamilton, 75,960.02; Iroquois Falls, 1,561.11; Kapuskasing, 
1,345.87; Kenora, 249.00; Kingston, 8,672.43; London, 40,955.18; Midland, 
193.50; Napanee, 2,945.68; New Toronto, 572.63; Niagara Falls, 9,282.60; 
Oshawa, 17,698.25; Owen Sound, 11,572.04; Pembroke, 1,464.58; Perth, 6,257.00; 
Peterborough, 23,201.99; Port Arthur, 54,274.80; Preston, 1,284.00; Renfrew, 
10,229.23; Sarnia, 16,741.46; St. Catharines, 20,553.89; St. Thomas, 26,246.52; 
South Porcupine, 150.75; Stratford, 4,654.34; Toronto, 632,893.03; Wallaceburg, 
369.00; Welland, 3,553.51; Weston, 17,279.67; Whitby, 654.00; Windsor East, 
1,318.50; Woodstock, 10,105.20 1,163,719 14 

High School Boards, Grants. — Amherstburg, 176.25; Elmira, 524.43; Haileybury, 
2,924.00; Hanover, 1,272.95; Ridgetown, 6,654.99; Scarborough, 10,103.16; 
Stamford, 4,324.56; Sudbury, 6,732.14; Timmins, 22,098.46; Welland, 3,399.58. . 58,210 52 

Technical School Boards, Grants. — Windsor- Walkerville 69,622 96 

Collegiate Institute Boards.— Cornwall, 517.50; Goderich, 246.00; Kitchener- 
Waterloo, 31,282.42; North Bay, 8,644.66; Ottawa, 41,129.41; Sault Ste. Marie, 
11,984.05 93,804 04 

Continuation School Boards, Grants. — New Toronto, 594.00; Smooth Rock Falls, 

576.75; Tavistock, 67.50 1,238 25 

Miscellaneous. — King's Printer, 1,468.46; Remington Typewriters, Ltd., inspections, 

13.00; Sundry newspapers, advertising, 138.10; petty disbursements, 21.03 1,640 59 

Travelling Expenses of Instructors ($3,866.12) 

L. S. Beattie, 1,054.54; A. M. Hamill, 869.59; G. J. MacKay, 61.45; E. McKim, 

161.20; F. S. Rutherford, 1,041.76; M. A. Sorsoliel, 411.25; J. F. Uffen, 266.33. . 3,866 12 

Technical Education $1,534,936.37 



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ONTARIO TRAINING COLLEGE FOR TECHNICAL TEACHERS 

Salaries ($19,500.00) 

F. P. Gavin Principal 12 months 

M. A. Sorsoleil Teacher 12 

Elsie I. McKim " 12 

Arthur Styles " 12 

Edith Gardener Secretary and Librarian 12 

T. W. Nicholls Caretaker, Group 1 12 



Critic Teachers and other Additional Teachers ($3,560.00) 



Sundry teachers. 



Reference Books, Periodicals, Stationery, Furniture, Services and 
Expenses ($1,719.73) 

Reference Books. — Macmillan Co. of Canada, Ltd., 15.65; Ryerson Press, 227.66; 
petty disbursements, 6.35 

Periodicals. — Cloke's Book Shop, 70.25; petty disbursements, 10.30 

Stationery. — Petty disbursements 

Services. — J. L. Cleland 

Travelling Expenses. — F. P. Gavin, 421.65; M. A. Sorsoleil, 61.65 



Miscellaneous. — King's Printer, 586.21; Robert's Restaurant, dinners, 32.70; 
Sundries — cartage, 9.80; express, 18.83; freight, 2.26; postage, 80.51; telegraph, 
.90; telephone, 110.90; petty disbursements, 30.31 

Apparatus, Chemicals and Shop Supplies ($716.31) 

Cody Hardware Co., hardware, etc., 108.67; Consumers' Lumber Co., lumber, 
227.53; A. Doyle, guards for gate, 26.50; Hamilton Armature Works, rewinding, 
40.00; Hamilton Technical Institute, paper, etc., 49.55; Mills Hardware Co., 
Ltd., tools, etc., 114.96; Tallman Brass & Metal Co., Ltd., sheet copper, etc., 
11.42; G. J. White, lumber, 62.88; Wood, Alexander & James, Ltd., hot plate, 
etc., 15.00; petty disbursements, 59.80 

Hamilton Board of Education ($1,250.00) 

Treasurer, Hamilton Board of Education, use of class rooms 

Heat, Light and Power ($1,685.39) 

Hamilton Board of Education, heating, 1,467.68; Hamilton Hydro-Electric System, 
217.71 

Water ($40.30) 

Corporation of the City of Hamilton 

Expenses of Grounds, etc. ($139.40) 

Cody Hardware Co., lawn mower, hose, etc., 39.70; Vineland Nursery, shrubs, 99.70 

Repairs and Incidentals ($38.74) 

Adam Clark, plumbing, 10.80; Cody Hardware Co., hardware, 18.78; petty dis- 
bursements, 9.16 

Scrubbing, Cleaning, Cartage, etc. ($150.41) 

Buntin-Gillies Co., Ltd., towels, 55.05; City Window Cleaning Co., cleaning 
windows, 60.00; Walter Woods Co., Ltd., toilet paper, 12.17; petty disburse- 
ments, 23. 19 



5,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
1,200 00 
1,300 00 



3,560 00 

249 66 
80 55 
13 80 
20 00 

483 30 

872 42 



716 31 



1,250 00 



1,685 39 



40 30 



139 40 



38 74 



150 41 



Ontario Training College for Technical Teachers $28,800.28 

Carried forward 8,407,202 98 



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Brought forward 8,407,202 98 

Superannuated Teachers ($22,720.00) 

Retiring Allowances ($22,699.00) 

C. F. Adair, 293.00; Wm. C. Allin, 433.00; Wm. T. Amoss, 344.00; M. Banks, 302.00; 
Isaac J. Birchard, 506.00; E. H. Black, 188.50; Robt. W. Bright, 494.00; Fred. 
Burrows, 553.00; Edward Byfield, 402.00; Thos. B. Caswell, 445.00; John G. 
Cochrane, 416.00; Robt. Cowling, 323.00; Peter Crawford, 358.00; F. A. Cult, 
347.50; Jas. A. Davis, 282.00; Rebecca De Cou, 572.00; Benj. Forster, 485.00; 
Abraham Gilbert, 264.00; A. A. Gould, 361.00; Henry Gray, 518.00; Robt. F. 
Greenlees, 455.00; R. E. Hamilton, 143.00; Thos. Hammond, 224.00; Henry 
Horton, 299.50; John Houston, 260.00; Jas. S. Jamieson, 374.00; Wm. W. 
Jardine, 375.00; Wm. D. Johnston, 272.00; Wm. L. Judge, 392.00; Jane Kessack, 
332.00; Richard. H. Knowles, 350.00; Frederick Lee, 172.00; Alex. L. Leitch, 
225.00; Mrs. M. A. Levergood, 227.00; R. F. Martin, 358.50; John Mathews, 
177.50; Geo. Middleton, 272.50; Jas. W. Morgan, 404.00; Donald MacDonald, 
308.00; A. J. McKinnon, 243.50; James McLean, 157.00; Mary A. McMahon, 
177.50; John W. Narraway, 584.00; Levi C. Palmer, 216.50; James P. Pegg, 
134.00; Thos. Rankin, 436.00; A. W. Reavley, 302.00; Mrs. M. Y. Richardson, 
326.00; David J. Ritchie, 398.50; Robt. P. Shanks, 366.00; Jessie A. Simpson, 
512.00; Annie Slavin, 282.00; David Smith, 295.00; Wm. H. Smith, 562.50; 
Thos. F. Spofford, 347.00; Edward A. Stevens, 485.50; Philip M. Sutherland, 
199.50; John Telfer, 111.50; John S. Thomas, 531.50; Hannah E. Tutt, 434.00; 
Harvey Vanderburgh, 275.00; Edward Ward, 482.00; S. Washburn, 199.50; 
James White, 498.50: Miss A. C. Winterbottom. 364.00; A. W. Wright, 270.50 . . 22,699 00 

Contingencies ($21.00) 

King's Printer, printing 21 00 

Superannuated Teachers $22,720.00 

Provincial and Other Universities ($2,207,347.50) 
Grants: 

University of Toronto, Ontario College of Education, training High School 

Assistants 179,225 00 

" " Royal Ontario Museum 50,000 00 

" Special Grant 1,308,660 00 

University of Western Ontario 300,000 00 

Connaught Laboratories 3,750 00 

Queen's University 350,000 00 

Royal College of Dental Surgeons 15,712 50 

Universities $2,207,347.50 



BELLEVILLE SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF 

Salaries ($79,012.56) 

H. B. Fetterley Superintendent 4 months 

W. W. Boyce Physician 

Chas. B. McGuire Bursar and Storekeeper 

H. McCluggage Matron Dietitian 

W. J. Campbell Supervising Teacher 

G. F. Stewart " " 

Miss Ford " " 

E. Deannard " " 

E. B. Lally Teacher 

V. G. Handley " 

E. Nurse " 

L. Carrol " 

B. Rierdon " 

Melvin Blanchard " 

Mrs. P. Blanchard " 

Ada James " 

Mabel Cass " .... 



4 months 1,533 33 


12 ' 


1 900 00 


12 ' 


' 2,100 00 


12 ' 


1 1,600 00 


12 ' 


1 2,200 00 


12 < 


1 2,200 00 


12 * 


1 2,200 00 


12 ' 


1,900 00 


12 ' 


< 2,200 00 


12 < 


* 1,700 00 


12 < 


« 1,700 00 


12 ' 


1 1,700 00 


12 < 


1 1,500 00 


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* 1,300 00 


12 « 


1 1,400 00 


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Belleville School for the Deaf — Salaries, Continued 



Alex. Gordon 
Flora M. Bell.. 

Catherine O'Connell " 

Katherine B. Daly " 

Annie Wannamaker " 

Erma N. Panter " 

A. Carson Stratton " 

Martha E. Benedict " 

Margaret Lally " 

Marion B. Code " 

Marjorie Heagle " 

Rosamond Van Allen " 

Grace E. I. Burt " 

M. M. Squire.. " 

Frank P. Cunningham " 

G. E. Rathbun " 

Arthur J. Clare " 

Gladys S. Parry " 

J. K. O'Gorman Supervisor of Boy 



Teacher 12 months 

12 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
10 
12 



C. J. Peppen Engineer 12 

E. Doran Fireman 

Simon Kerr " 

Percy Mott Farmer 

James Sweet Farmhand 

R. Flager Porter and Messenger 

J. N. Boyd Baker. 



W. O'Hara 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
Foreman Carpenter 12 



A. Morrice Shoemaker 

L. E. Morrison Printing Instructor 

E. McMurtrie Seamstress 

M. Glenn " 

Robt. Coles Caretaker 

K. Bawden Clerk Stenographer 

Mabel Allison Trained Nurse 

Joseph Chant Oculist and Aurist (part-time) 

Supervisors 

Cooks, Laundresses, Housemaids, etc 

Temporary Assistance 



12 
12 

9 

2 5* 
12 
12 
12 
12 



Expenses ($65,943.83) 
-Belleville General Hospital, 85.90; Doyle's 



Medicine and Medical Comforts. 

Drug Store, 93.55; Hygiene Products, Ltd., 74.01; Liquor Control Board, 14.30; 
Dr. O. A. Marshall, 30.00; J. S. McKeown, 143.59; Ostrom's Drug Store, 175.92; 
Stevens Companies, 74.00; petty disbursements, 15.00 

Groceries and Provisions. — Belleville Fruit Co., Ltd., 116.50; Booay & Caughey 
Canning Co., 52.50; A. R. Brown, 236.94; J. N. Chisholm, 30.00; R. A. Christie, 
17.00; Citizens Dairy, Ltd., 4,640.50; G. Cooney, 115.00; Dickens & Sons, 13.70; 
S. Domenico, 113.09; Eggo Baking Powder Co., Ltd., 389.20; Evan's Fish Store, 
46.66; Farm Department, Belleville School for the Deaf, 4,983.81; G. H. French, 
417.35; W. Gray, 80.00; H. G. Green, 6,568.17; Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., 143.35; 
Harris Bread Co., Ltd., 55.60; R. B. Hayhoe & Co., 61.00; H. Home Co., Ltd., 
110.45; R. Kerr, 40.00; W. H. Kerr, 21.00; Mrs. J. A. Ketcheson, 43.56; Mac- 
kenzie & Co., 2,038.30; MacLaren, Wright, Ltd., 463.51; K. G. Maybee, 50.00; 
H. McCoy, 126.08; P. McDermid, 18.90; C. F. McGuire, 125.00; E. Morris, 
22.75; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 617.72; G. F. Ostrom, 629.70; J. Panter & Son, 
217.06; H. E. Putman, 98.64; Quinte Fruit & Produce Co., 74.61; A. B. Reid, 
56.25; Smith Hardware, 44.80; R. J. Smith, 408.00; Standard Brands, Ltd., 
62.58; G. Sutherland, 50.00; E. Tice, 52.96; E. Trotter, 48.00; Wallbridge & 
Clarke, 346.87; J. E. Walmsley Co., Ltd., 3,621.61; petty disbursements, 9.93... 

Bedding, Clothing and Shoes. — Caldwell Linen Mills, Ltd., 61.45; Canadian 
Department Stores, Ltd., 264.44; A. A. Cockburn, 382.36; Dominion Linens, 
Ltd., 352.51; Earle & Cook Co., Ltd., 496.48; Leslie Shoe Store, 99.15; A. McGie, 
20.30; Mercer Reformatory Industries, 156.97; Ontario Reformatory Industries, 
146.20; J. G. Shaw, 10.80; Tickell & Sons Co., 424.00; Toronto Feather & Down 
Co., Ltd., 66.10; J. E. Walmsley Co., Ltd., 56.25; petty disbursements, 31.14. . . 



1,300 00 

1,300 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,500 00 

1,300 00 

1,200 00 

1,050 00 

1,025 00 

950 00 

950 00 

1,175 00 

1,050 00 

1,025 00 

1,025 00 

875 00 

812 50 

1,125 00 

1,900 00 

1,300 00 

1,200 00 

1,500 00 

975 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,675 00 

1,200 00 

1,575 00 

450 00 

191 66 

1,000 00 

1,200 00 

1,300 00 

150 00 

3,021 45 

5,413 20 

2,065 42 



706 27 



27.478 65 



2,568 15 



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Brought forward 10,747,036 11 

Belleville School for the Deaf — Continued 

Expenses — Continued 

Fuel, Light, Power and Water.— Belleville Hydro-Electric System, 2,483.09; British 
American Oil Co., Ltd., 42.40; Conger Lehigh Coal Co., Ltd., 13,696.22; Garlock 
Packing Co., Ltd., 15.68; St. Charles Motor Co., 48.47; Waterworks Department, 
City of Belleville, 1,204.97; White Hardware Co., 14.16; petty disbursements, 2.94 17,507 93 

Laundry, Soap and Cleaning. — Beardmore Belting Co., Ltd., 29.74; Beaver Laundry 
Machinery Co., Ltd., 17.20; Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 48.00; 
Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Co , 92.50; Cudahy Packing Co., 19.50; Diamond 
Cleanser, Ltd., 31.23; Dustbane Products, Ltd., 124.00; Excelsior Brushes, 
Ltd., 378.63; S. C. Johnson & Son, Ltd., 253.90; S. F. Lawrason Co., Ltd., 33.04; 
Modern Cleaners, 11.35; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 12.55; Proctor & Gamble 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., 464.00; Smith Hardware, 169.41 ; J. E. Walmsley & Co., Ltd., 
855.97; White Hardware Co., 24.24; petty disbursements, 35.32 2,600 58 

Furniture and Furnishings. — Aluminium Co., Ltd., 161.16; Belleville Hydro-Electric 
Co., 127.45; Canadian Department Stores, Ltd., 47.40; Cassidy's, Ltd., 535.03; 

E. H. Clock Co., 20.00; Earle & Cook Co., Ltd., 69.49; H. B. Fetterly, 307.00; 
G. M. Hendry Co., Ltd., 145.53; Jones Bros., Ltd., 19.00; Office Specialty Mfg. 
Co., Ltd., 53.00; Ontario Reformatory Industries, 90.00; Singer Sewing Machine 
Co., 55.00; D. Stroud, 60.91; A. Sweet & Co., 15.00; J. J. Turner & Sons, Ltd., 

20.00; petty disbursements, 18.55 1,744 52 

Farm Expenses.— D. H. Ackerill, V.S., 18.30; Belleville Motors, 36.45; C. E. Bishop 
& Son, 254.53; H. Brenton, 39.62; British American Oil Co., Ltd., 152.73; P. 
Budgley, 50.00; J. Carnharn, 500.00; Chalmers & Hubbs, 85.70; S. Dean, 21.00; 
Mrs. M. Flagler, 14.70; D. A. Hall, 100.90; J. Halliday, 13.50; H. Hill, 48.00; 

F. B. Hoyle, 163.20; H. M. Honeywell, V.S., 29.00; C. L. Hyde, 15.00; Inter- 
national Stock Food Co., 50.50; C. Killar, 24.00; F. C. Lee, 24.40; Mackenzie 
& Co., 896.50; W. H. Nobes, 134.50; G. F. Ostrom, 87.50; Ostrom's Drug Store, 
11.40; S. S. Potter, 19.50; F. Robinson, 89.70; G. P. Ruttan, 58.80; R. J. Smith, 
454.75; Tweed Milling Co., Ltd., 25.92; W. J. Wager, 68.75; Wages of men and 
teams, cutting and hauling ice, 270.00; T. G. Wells, 20.10; White Hardware Co., 

76.91; petty disbursements, 41.53 3,897 39 

Repairs and Alterations. — Belleville Hardware & Lock Co., Ltd., 37.66; Canada 
Machinery Corporation, 14.16; Canadian Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 95.94; O. 
Demitro Co., 60.00; Fruit Machinery Co., Ltd., 57.15; Hibbard Bros., 20.70; 
H. Hill, 11.05; Houston Co., Ltd., 35.67; C. L. Hyde, 233.40; Kent Co., Inc., 
60.00; A. F. Lazier, 124.00; J. Lewis Co., Ltd., 497.93; S. Licence, 18.20; J. J. 
McNab, 90.00; Schuster Co., Ltd., 72.78; Sills Book Store, 13.06; Springer Lock 
Mfg. Co., 17.91; Tickell & Sons Co., 22.66; Waterworks Department, City of 
Belleville, 20.00; White Hardware Co., 358.02; petty disbursements, 75.94 1,936 23 

School Supplies and Equipment. — American Annals of the Deaf, 92.00; Artists 
Supply Co., Ltd., 18.00; Buntin Reid Co., Ltd., 779.20; J. M. Dent & Sons Co., 
Ltd., 70.42; C. Ford, 16.30; D. Gestetner, Ltd., 345.65; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 76.40; 
A. L. Green, 1,279.77; G. M. Hendry Co., Ltd., 18.00; Houston Co., Ltd., 772.66; 
Jennings & Sherry, 11.35; S. Licence, 13.94; Macmillan Company of Canada, 
Ltd., 11.16; Manton Bros., 14.05; Moore Type Foundry Co., 12.55; Schryvers, 
12.93; D. Stroud, 33.56; United Paper Mills, Ltd., 149.19; Walker Hardware Co., 
11.00; Whaley, Royce & Co., Ltd., 38.00; petty disbursements, 100.32 3,876 45 

Sewage Works, Chemicals, Etc. — Smith Hardware Co., 19.74; petty disbursements, 

15.00 34 74 

Purchase and Maintenance of Motor Conveyances. — Belleville Motors, 833.10; City 
Battery Service, 33.35; Dundas Service Station, 74.94; Hepburne Browne Motor 
Sales, Ltd., 27.51; Riggs Motor Sales, 15.10; St. Charles Motor Co., 69.42; 
petty disbursements, 23.23 1,076 65 

Travelling Expenses.— M. Allison, 8.15; F. M. Bell, 3.60; M. S. Blanchard, 9.86; W. 
J. Campbell, 17.15; E. Deannard, 58.00; H. B. Fetterly, 186.94; J. K. O'Gorman, 
3.30; V. G. Handley, 7.00; E. B. Lally, 13.30; C. B. McGuire, 13.85; E. M. 
Nurse, 6.65; E. Panter, 13.45; B. Rierdon, 5.00; G. F. Stewart, 13.65; A. C. 
Stratton, 7.70; Sundry pupils and attendants, 475.90 843 50 



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Brought forward 10780,554 10 

Belleville School for the Deaf — Continued 

Expenses — Continued 

Miscellaneous.— M. A. Beach Co., Ltd., trucking, 43.08; Cairns, Ltd., tablet, 140.00; 
Canadian Bank of Commerce, cheques, 38.00; H. J. Clarke, services, 200.00; 
Department of Trade and Commerce, films, fees, 23.75; S. Licence, sporting 
goods, 40.59; Province of Ontario Pictures, films, 87.00; Ratcliff Paper Co., 
toilet paper, 176.25; F. Smith, taxi service, 126.00; Yateman's Garage & Taxi 
Service, trucking, 82.00; Y.M.C.A., fees, 20.00; Sundries— cartage, 24.30; 
customs, 2.82; express, 95.02; freight, 100.11; newspapers and periodicals, 36.40; 
postage, 156.00; telegrams, 7.83; telephones, 189.27; petty disbursements, 84.35 1,672 77 

Refunds to Teachers in Training ($460.00) 

Flora M. Bell, 115.00; Katharine B. Daly, 115.00; Catharine O'Connell, 115.00; 

Annie Wannamaker, 115.00 460 00 



BRANTFORD SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND 

Salaries ($56,464.14) 

W. B. Race Superintendent and Principal 12 months 

G. A. Cole Assistant Principal 12 " 

J. A. Marquis Physician 12 " 

G. H. Ryerson Bursar and Storekeeper 12 " 

E. L. Scace Matron 12 " 

L. J. Langan Teacher 12 " 

I. Draper " 12 « 

Mrs. F. Lord " 12 " 

J. Babb " 12 " 

Agnes O'Donohue " 12 

S. Miller " 12 

Z. Perry " 12 

M. Snetsinger " 11 

K. M. Strowger " 12 

L. Behrns " 12 

R. Taylor " 12 

Emma Moffitt " 2 

F. Lord Musical Director 12 

V. Kellett Stenographer 12 

J. D. Ansell Teacher of Piano Tuning 12 

W. B. Donkin Trades Instructor 12 

Capt. S. C. Clegg Physical Instructor 11 

Philip King " " 1 

E. Wright Nurse 12 

A. McGillivray Attendant 12 

H. Bond Caretaker, Group 1 12 

D. Doyle Stationary Engineer, No. 3 12 

D. Scott Farmer 12 

W. Rockett Porter and Messenger 12 



M. Milne Nurse. 

B. Cameron " 

W. Crawshaw Fireman, Group 3 

D. Saunders " " 

Temporary Help 



12 

12 

9 

9 



Expenses ($39,781.06) 

Medicine and Medical Comforts. — Brant Avenue Pharmacy, 1.45; N. M. Lee, 
324.42; S. Tapscott & Co., 13.88 



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2,400 00 

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283 32 
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825 00 
1,486 00 
1,600 00 
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1,200 00 
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975 00 

900 00 

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12,346 60 



339 75 



Groceries and Provisions. — Betsy Jane Bakery, 76.16; Brant Creameries, Ltd., 
1,655.25; I. Brazil, 99.69; Canada Bread, Ltd., 617.83; R. M. Copeland, 189.51; 
A. Coulbeck, 261.82; Eddy's, 335.63; E. P. Greenwood, 22.15; G. Grierson & Co., 
60.64; H. Home Co., Ltd., 43.20; Johnson's Bakery, 869.76; J.Kew, 111.21; Maple 
Leaf Dairy, 47.70; F. A. Mitchell, 1,326.05; J. McHutchion, Ltd., 711.51; Ontario 
Reformatory Industries, 3,035.25; W. A. Ratcliffe, 361.50; Ryerson Bros., 783.39; 
T. E. Ryerson, 1,538.37; Sayles Fish Store, 272.42; R. W. Simons Co., 112.50; 
R. and J. Welsh, 196.47; petty disbursements, 23.77 12,751 78 



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Brought forward 10,852,242 54 

Brantford School for the Blind — Continued 

Expenses — Continued 

Bedding, Clothing and Shoes.— J. M. A. Lefebre, 70.20; Paris Blanket & Supply Co., 

44.00; J. M. Young & Co., 156.40; petty disbursements, 20.44 291 04 

Fuel, Light, Power and Water. — Brantford Hydro-Electric System, 1,623.86; 
Brantford Water Commission, 826.70; Webster Electric Co., 102.40; Welsh Fuel 
Co., 8,101.54; petty disbursements, 16.35. 10,670 85 

Laundry, Soap and Cleaning. — Associated Chemical Co., 42.70; A. Ballantyne, 
25.75; Beaver Laundry Machinery Co., 14.00; Brantford Brush Works, 15.50; 
Brantford Willow Works, 28.50; Canada Colours and Chemicals, Ltd., 80.29; 
Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 18.00; Diamond Cleanser, Ltd., 
25.95; R. Feely, 25.80; S. F. Lawrason & Co., 65.70; D. Morton & Sons, Ltd., 
27.00; Perfection Sanitary Brush Co., 18.60; St. Croix Soap Mfg. Co., Ltd., 
191.50; Stedman's Book Store, Ltd., 64.00; Turnbull & Cutcliffe, Ltd., 33.40; 
West Disinfecting Co., Ltd., 22.85; petty disbursements, 68.13 767 67 

Furniture and Furnishings. — E. E. Bossence, 44.25; Canada Department Stores, 
Ltd., 82.90; C. Duncan & Sons, 63.56; R. Feely, 20.05; S. Henkle & Co., 120.00; 
C. S. Seago & Sons, 121.05; G. Sparrow & Co., 36.40; Stedman's Book Store, 
Ltd., 50.00; Super Health Aluminium Co., 28.55; G. Thomas, 40.45; Turnbull & 
Cutcliffe, Ltd., 133.70; Vanstone's China Hall, 154.10; J. M. Young & Co., Ltd., 
359.79; petty disbursements, 10.60 1,265 40 

Farm and Garden. — C. R. Bier, 32.60; Brant Seed Co., 15.60; Brantford Nurseries, 
10.50; Campbell Bros., 12.70; R. W. Devereux, V.S., 29.00; Douglas Seed Co., 
933.95; J. Dunsdon, 20.00; W. J. Eisenbeck, 30.00; R. Feely, 20.80; F. C. Ginn, 
31.95; A. Kerr, 37.65; Lake of the Woods Milling Co., Ltd., 279.11; J. H. Norris, 
13.50; J. H. Oliver, 28.85; Ryerson Bros., Ltd., 137.50; J. Sabo, 16.50; D. 
Scott, 16.25; A. Simington, 16.50; Turnbull & Cutcliffe, Ltd., 23.45; Rolph 
Label Works, 10.45; petty disbursements, 82.05 1,798 91 

Repairs and Alterations.— Anguish & Whitfield, 12.82; R. H. Ballantyne, 41.95; 
J. Bishop & Son, Ltd., 205.60; Bradley Machine Co., 23.35; Brantford Novelties 
& Builders Supplies, Ltd., 132.19; Brantford Pattern Works, 12.60; W. Elliott, 
38.80; R. Feely, 164.74; Garlock Packing Co., 22.85; C. Johnson, 33.00; Ker & 
Goodwin Machinery Co., Ltd., 10.20; J. W. King, 17.65; Lyons Electric Co., 
59.63; O. N. Ryan, 32.70; Schultz Construction, Ltd., 96.10; C. S. Seago & Son, 
166.00; W. S. Sterne, 84.21; W. Tipper & Son, 130.86; G. A. Traut & Co., 49.35; 
Turnbull & Cutcliffe, Ltd., 14.32; Waterous, Ltd., 28.00; Webster Electric Co., 
115.01 ; petty disbursements, 52.93 1,544 86 

School Supplies and Equipment. — American Printing House, 37.76; E. E. Bossence, 
21.45; Brantford Pattern Works, 151.69; Brantford Willow Works, 212.24; 
Canadian Department Stores, Ltd., 61.47; Canadian National Institute for the 
Blind, 32.03; Crown Electrical Mfg. Co., Ltd., 40.10; Darwen Piano & Music Co., 
17.30; G. M. Hendry Co., Ltd., 41.93; Ingleby & Taylor Co., Ltd., 32.52; P. 
Krieger, 13.25; Mason & Risch, Ltd., 54.25; Needlecraft Shop, 108.70; Otto Higel 
Co., Ltd., 66.54; Pennsylvania Institute for the Blind, 112.00; Perkins Institute 
for the Blind, 56.26; Premier Reed Co., 406.80; P. Ryan, 45.00; Shaw Duco 
Works, 143.60; Stedman's Book Store, Ltd., 621.43; Sun Oil Co., 48.12; Tonk 
Bros. Co., Inc., 133.47; Webster Electric Co., 150.00; H. A. Wilson Co., Ltd., 
40.50; J. M. Young & Co., Ltd., 58.35. Sundries— cartage, 1.70; customs, 39.95; 
newspapers and periodicals, 9.00; petty disbursements, 68.23 2,825 64 

Inspection of Literary and Musical Classes. — Dr. A. Ham, 150.00; W. J. Morrison, 

100.00 250 00 

Dental and Oculist Services.— Dr. N. W. Bragg, 185.00; Dr. J. R/Well, 234.00 419 00 

Musical Instruments.— T. J. Barton & Sons, 450.00; Heintzman & Co., Ltd., 590.00; 

Mason & Risch, Ltd., 500.00 1,540 00 

Purchase and Maintenance of Motor Conveyances. — Brant Motor Co., Ltd., 1,779.19 
Brantford Welding Works, 15.50; Dell's Rubber Stores, 302.38; Gibson's Garage, 
50.20; Henderson's Garage, 82.50; McGraw's Garage, 255.60; McLaughlin & 
Jenkins, 11.05; West End Service Station, 32.00; petty disbursements, 25.47 2,553 89 

Travelling Expenses.— J. D. Ansell, 5.45; G. A. Cole, 58.50; F. Kellett, 37.80; V. 
Kellett, 4.50; S. Lager, 22.50; L. J. Langan, 8.35; W. B. Race, 294.86; G. H. 
Rverson, 17.30 449 26 



Carried forward 10,876,619 06 



F 58 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Brought forward 
Brantford School for the Blind — Continued 



10,876,619 06 



Expenses — Continued 

Contingencies. — Arctic Ice, Ltd., ice, 200.00; N. Book, labour, 139.20; Brant Avenue 
United Church, pew rent, 50.00; Brantford Expositor, advertisement, 13.54; 
Brantford General Hospital, charges, 12.25; J. Cartmell, labour, 14.00; S. Clegg, 
haircutting, 181.25; Hardinge Bros., patrol clock, 82.50; King's Printer, 
132.93; B. Lowe, labour, 231.90; Ludlow's, shoes, 11.25; J. L. McGregor, services, 
45.00; E. H. Newman & Sons, prizes, 67.40;' E. L. Quillie, services, 105.00; St. 
Andrew's Church, pew rent, 50.00; St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church, pew rent, 
50.00; St. James Church, pew rent, 50.00; United Typewriter, Ltd., inspections, 
ribbons, 70.00; Vernon Directories, Ltd., 12.00; Y.M.C.A., membership, 100.00. 
Sundries — cartage, 51.55; freight, 3.86; newspapers and periodicals, 29.75; 
telegrams, 9.26; telephones, 353.37; express, 18.43; postage, 122.50; petty disburse- 
ments, 106.07 

Schools for the Deaf and Blind $241,661.59 



2,313 01 



MONTEITH NORTHERN ACADEMY 

Salaries ($25,605.91) 

Wm. F. Hiscocks Principal 12 months 

Allen G. Ward Teacher 12 " 

C. Connell " 12 " 

W. J. Lapensee " 10 " 

F. A. Moran " 2 " 

Dr. C. H. Smylie Medical Officer 12 " 

L. E. Moore Dietitian 12 " 

M. E. Macmillan Nurse and Assistant Matron 10 " 

Margaret Payne Nurse 2 " 

P. E. Armstrong Secretary and Stenographer 12 " 

E. Critchley Night Watchman and Fireman 12 " 

H. Johnson Caretaker 12 " 

Domestic help 

Night watchman and firemen 



Expenses ($13,704.97) 

Medicine and Medical Comforts. — Gordon MacKay & Co., Ltd., 63.22; Ingram & 
Bell, Ltd., 17.00; Sundries — express, 7.35; petty disbursements, 5.06 

Groceries and Provisions. — Brunne Apiaries, 57.05; Canadian Packing Co., Ltd., 
175.79; H. & G. Critchley, 159.91; Duncan Fruit Co., Ltd., 35.80; Gamble, 
Robinson, Ltd., 88.65; R. B. Hayhoe & Co., 52.80; I.X.L. Spice & Coffee Mills, 
Ltd., 77.05; J. Johnson, 438.40; Lake of the Woods Milling Co., Ltd., 39.00; J. 
Lupien, 225.18; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 697.12; Northern Academy Farm, 
2,544.18; E. D. Smith & Sons, Ltd., 27.95; Swift Canadian Co., Ltd., 797.43; 
Teeswater Creamery, 548.55; White Fish Co., Ltd., 45.60; Young, Winfield, 
Ltd., 19.59. Sundries — express, 31.73; freight, 153.13; petty disbursements, 14.88 

Bedding, Clothing and Shoes.— Bird Woollen Mills Co., Ltd., 87.00; Gordon, 
MacKay & Co., Ltd., 91.30; Sundries— express, 8.16 



Fuel, Light, Power and Water. — J. D. Allan, 276.33; Canadian Fairbanks Morse 
Co., Ltd., 67.01; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 39.66; H. & G. Critchley, 
142.00; H. Dupuis, 210.25; Empire Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd., 37.58; J. W. Fogg, 
540.00; Jack Frost Refrigeration, Ltd., 30.71; C. 
& Son, Ltd., 28.74; J. Lupien, 244.75; Northern 
Scace, 60.50; A. Simon, 139.00; G. Taylor Hardware 
225.00; H. Whitington, 540.00. Sundries— express, 



Ltd., 833.94; F. Goodyer, 
James, 211.65; Rice Lewis 
Academy Power, 843.26; G. 
Co., Ltd., 20.00; A. Watts, 



22.11; freight, 32.74; petty disbursements, 25.38. 



Furniture and Furnishings. — Canadian W. A. Rogers, Ltd., 19.95; T. Eaton Co., 
Ltd., 53.70; Gordon, MacKay & Co., Ltd., 43.63; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., 42.09; 
H. L. Lugsdin, 37.00; Morton, Sundour Fabrico, Ltd., 27.83; S. Sparrow &Co., 
15.40; Syracuse K. U. Corporation, 11.36. Sundries — customs, 2.07; express, 
9.05; freight, 17.58 



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Carried forward 10,915,897 13 



1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION F 59 

Brought forward 10,915,897 13 

Monteith Northern Academy — Continued 

Expenses — Continued 

Laundry, Soap and Cleaning. — Canada Colours & Chemicals, Ltd., 52.01; Rice 
Lewis & Son, Ltd., 38.20; H. L. Lugsdin, 37.00; McColl-Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd., 
43.55; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 111.70; Pugsley, Dingman & Co., Ltd., 72.43; 
Sundries — express, 4.45; freight, 13.07; petty disbursements, 6.35 378 76 

Grounds and Garden. — Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., 16.99; Connon 
Nurseries, Ltd., 17.95; Wm. Rennie Co., Ltd., 65.02; Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 
17.60; G. Taylor Hardware, Ltd., 35.41; United Farmers' Co-operative Co., 
Ltd., 11.38; J. C. Ward, 20.00. Sundries— express, 28.65; freight, 4.66; petty 
disbursements, 7.27 224 93 

Repairs and Alterations. — H. & G. Critchley, 24.92; Hill, Clarke, Francis, Ltd., 
199.03; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., 13.77; Marshall Ecclestone, Ltd., 29.25; Perfection 
Glass Co., Ltd., 23.71; Sturgeons, Ltd., 87.87; G. Taylor Hardware, Ltd., 89.25. 
Sundries — express, 22.60; freight, 25.03; petty disbursements, 31.08 546 51 

Books, Apparatus, Chemicals, Manual Training Supplies, etc. — Central Scientific 
Co., Ltd., 31.45; Copp, Clarke Co., Ltd., 158.64; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 91.48; 
W. J. Gage & Co., Ltd., 18.85; Hill, Clarke, Francis, Ltd., 10.20; Murdock 
Stationery Co., 31.80; Ryerson Press, 11.93; Sundries — express, 17.13; freight, 
6.46; petty disbursements, 37.33 415 27 

Physical Culture Supplies. — Abitibi Paper Co., Ltd., 3.50; A. G. Spalding & Bros., 

Ltd., 47.76; Warren Bros., Ltd., 22.50. Sundries— express, 4.50 78 26 

Travelling Expenses.— W. F. Hiscocks, 98.00; W. J. Lapensee, 31.40; M. E. Mac- 

Millan, 18.05; L. E. Moore, 46.95; F. A. Moreau, 21.55; M. Payne, 18.95 234 90 

Contingencies. — Copp, Clarke Co., Ltd., supplies, 37.26; H. & G. Critchley, supplies, 
10.35; Globe Printing Co., advertising, 17.35; Hawke Lake Lumber Co., Ltd., 
labour, 18.75; King's Printer, 93.50; H. L. Lugsdin, serviettes, 13.00; Mail and 
Empire, advertising, 17.15; Murdock Stationery Co., stencil, 23.75. Sundries — 
express, 27.57; freight, 13.98; newspapers and periodicals, 26.50; postage, 75.00; 
telegraph and telephone service, 54.06; petty disbursements, 38.97 467 19 

Farm and Power Plant ($6,405.34) 

Canadian Industries, Ltd., 22.44; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 26.97; H. & G. Critchley, 
134.76; Farm Department, O.A.C., 230.00; D. Z. Gibson, 385.00; Gordon, 
MacKay & Co., Ltd., 11.25; Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd., 16.00; G. Harmon, 
150.00; Hawke Lake Lumber Co., Ltd., 450.15; Hill, Clarke, Francis, Ltd., 
24.00; Holstein-Friesian Association, 11.50; Lake of the Woods Milling Co., 
Ltd., 346.83; J. Lupien, 427.83; R. Martindale, 150.00; Northern Academy, 
power, 82.50; Pay list, wages of men, 3,468.00; Wm. Rennie Co., Ltd., 160.86; 
J. H. Thompson, 36.00. Sundries — express, 10.30; freight, 201.03; petty dis- 
bursements, 59.92 6,405 34 

Monteith Northern Academy $45,716.22 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Proportion of Cost of Minister's Report ($2,319.50) 

King's Printer 2,319 50 

High and Public School Registers ($4,583.13) 

King's Printer 4,583 13 

Consolidation and Revision of Acts of the Department of Education 

($2,920.09) 

King's Printer 2,920 09 



Brought forward 10,934,471 01 



F 60 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No 1 

Brought forward 10,934,471 01 

Miscellaneous — Continued 
Advertising ($16,256.12) 

Acta Victoriana, 30.00; Amputation Association of the Great War, 119.13; Beaver 
Canada First, 133.00; British American Publishing Co., 448.00; Canadian Baptist, 
291.90; Canadian Child Publishing Co., 132.00; Canadian Churchman, 748.80; 
Canadian Congress Journal Publishing Co., 228.00; Canadian Countryman 
Publishing Co., 2,016.00; Canadian Historical Review, 200.00; Canadian Jewish 
Review, 280.80; Canadian Labour Press, 350.00; Canadian Labour World, 
125.00; Canadian Magazine Publishing Co., Ltd., 630.00; Canadian News, 7.30; 
Canadian Trade Unionist, 108.29; Catholic Record, 655.20; Catholic Register, 
96.25; Daughters of the Empire, 35.00; Echoes, 70.00; Educational Publishing 
Co., 75.00; Farmers' Advocate, 624.00; Farm & Dairy, 518.40; Farmers' Publish- 
ing Co.. 51.20; Farmers' Sun, 512.00; A. B. Ferguson, 165.00; General Alumni 
Association, 100.00; J. J. Gibbons, Ltd., 240.00; Humane Pleader, 56.64; Jewish 
Standard, 168.00; Joint Executive, S.O.C., 30.00; Labour Herald, 180.00; Labour 
Educational Association, 60.00; Labour Leader Publishing Co., 540.00; Labour 
News, 150.00; The Legionary, 442.00; New Outlook, 84.00; Ontario Farmer, 
864.00; Ontario Farm Journal, 91.20; Ontario Milk Producers' Association, 
192.00; Ontario School Trustees' and Ratepayers' Association, 360.00; Ottawa 
Farm Journal, 230.40; Queen's Quarterly, 120.00; Queen's University Journal, 
150.00; Presbyterian Record, 225.00; Review Printing, Ltd., 11.00; Rural 
Publishing Co., 230.40; The Sailor, 86.40; Sentinel Publishing Co., 57.60; The 
School, 376.00; Toronto Women's Organizations Directory, 25.00; Toronto 
Humane Society, 14.16; Toronto Hebrew Journal, 390.00; University of Toronto, 
536.05; United Church Publishing House, 252.00; Wm. Weld Co., Ltd., 624.00; 
Wilson Publishing Co., 720.00 16,256 12 

Fees of Officials to Archaeological and Other Associations ($10.00) 
Archaeological Institute of America 10 00 

Travelling Expenses ($346.78) 

W. R. Best, 8.80; Arthur Lismer, 98.06; Miss A. Marsh, 138.81; G. S. Mclntyre, 
10.35; E. A. Miller, 13.00; H. C. Redfern, 9.85; S. B. Sinclair, 47.56; W. J. Stewart, 
20.35 346 78 

Historical Research Work ($1,000.00) 
Treasurer, Ontario Historical Society 1,000 00 

Grant to Teachers' and Inspectors' Superannuation Fund to meet 
Expenses of Administration of Fund ($4,000.00) 

Grant 4,000 00 

Compassionate Allowance to Ex-Teachers ($8,274.90) 
Sundry Ex-Teachers 8,274 90 

Travelling Expenses of Ontario Teachers to France ($400.00) 

Miss I. Arosemena, 100.00; Miss M. P. M. Henry, 100.00; Miss Ada E. Ross, 100.00; 

Miss M. F. Satterly, 100.00 400 00 

Grant to Students' Hostel in Paris ($1,000.00) 
Students' Hostel, Paris 1,000 00 

School Journey Association (Ontario Branch), Travelling Expenses 
and Contingencies ($83.10) 

Travelling Expenses. — A. G. Hooper, 26.60; H. R. H. Keuhner, 8.75; J. H. Putman, 

34.35; W. J. Salter, 13.40 83 10 

Care of the Grave of the Late J. I. Carter, founder of the Carter 
Scholarships ($50.00) 

Treasurer, Property Committee, Maitland Cemetery 50 00 

Miscellaneous $41,243.62 

Carried forward 10.965,891 91 



1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION F 61 

Brought forward 10,965,891 91 

STATUTORY 

Grants 

University of Toronto, Succession Duty, 6 Edw. VII, Chap. 55 500,000 00 

Royal Ontario Museum, 4 Geo. V, Chap. 50 106,425 16 

Grant, 60 Vic, Chap. 59 7,000 00 

University Aid Act, 1926 13,480 75 

University Lands Act, 1928 52,157 68 

French Scholarships, 10 Geo. V, Cap. 103 ($4,800.00) 

Miss Catherine Cronin, 600.00; Miss Marion Jones, 600.00; Miss Frances Mont- 
gomery, 600.00; Miss Katherine Pless, 600.00; Miss Margaret E. O'Connell, 
600.00; Miss Margaret Spence, 600.00; Miss Marjorie M. Wilson, 600.00; J. P. 
Young, 600.00 4,800 00 

Carter Scholarships, R.S.O. 1927, Chap. 22, Sec. 6, Subsec. 2 ($5,000.00) 

Sundry pupils 5,000 00 

J. R. Cooke Scholarships ($150.00) 

Adrian Flynn, 50.00; Wm. Harper, 50.00; Jessie Williams, 50.00 150 00 

Salaries not otherwise provided for (see pages 14-26-42) 7,681 25 

Statutory $696,694.84 

SPECIAL WARRANTS 

English-French Training School, Embrun, 
Open Air Skating Rink ($75.00) 

Principal, English-French School, Embrun 75 00 

Grant to Queen's University ($50,000.00) 

Bursar, Queen's University 50,000 00 

Purchase and Distribution of Books for the Elementary Schools 
of the Province ($48,912.87) 

Macmillan Co. of Canada, Ltd., 13,887.10; Oxford University Press, 15,303.62; 

Southam Press, Ltd., 19,722.15 48,912 87 

Royal Ontario Museum, Cost of Cataloguing Contents ($10,000.00) 

Treasurer, Royal Ontario Museum 10,000 00 

Inspection of Indian Schools, Services, Travelling Expenses and 
Contingencies ($1,113.50) 

Sundry Inspectors, services and travelling expenses 1,113 50 

Special Grants, Girl Guides' Associations ($1,000.00) 

Treasurer, Ontario Provincial Headquarters, 500.00; Toronto Division Head- 
quarters, 500.00 1,000 00 

Special Warrants $111,101.37 

Total Expenditure, Department of Education $11,773,688.12 



PART G 



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Crown Lands: 

Agents' Salaries 8 

Forestry Branch 14 

Forest Ranging 9 

Forest Reserves 10 

Fire Ranging 18 

Surveys 26 

Forestry Act 11 

Reforestation 15 

Parks 11 

Refunds 28 

Statutory 28 

Special Warrants 28 

Summary 4 



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DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 

Hon. WmJFinlayson Minister (Statutory) 10,000 00 



MAIN OFFICE AND BRANCHES 

Salaries ($128,372.20) 

W. C. Cain Deputy Minister 

A. Ferguson Assistant to Deputy Minister 

John B. Thompson Minister's Secretary and Secretary to 

the Department 12 

M. E. Bliss Secretarial Stenographer 

E. G. Halliday Clerk 

E. Harrison Clerk Stenographer 

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6,000 00 


12 " 


3,300 00 


12 " 


2,850 00 


12 " 


1,600 00 


12 " 


1,600 00 


12 a 


1,600 00 


9V 2 " 


1,058 32 


12 " 


656 25 



F. E. Titus 



Solicitor's Branch 
Solicitor 



12 months 3,500 00 



Lands Branch 



S. Draper Chief Clerk 

W. R. Ledger Principal Clerk 

C. E. Burns " " 

J. E. Drinkwater Clerk 3 

A. E. Roe " 

F. A. Lucas " 

S. A. Piatt " 

A. E. Robillard " 

J. Hutcheon " 

A. R. Carey " 

E. F. O'Neill Clerk Typist 

S. Ross Clerk Stenographer 12 

L. McLeod " " 

B. M. Benson Clerk 

F. Griffith Clerk Stenographer 

A. V. Pepler " " 

M. I. Sutherland " " 

M.G.Burke " " 

R. M. Feehley " " 

A.M.Stephens " " 

Audrey Mason " " 

J. P. Kelly Vault Caretaker 



12 months 


3,300 00 


12 " 


2,550 00 


12 " 


2,550 00 


3 " 


350 00 


12 " 


2,000 00 


5 " 


833 35 


11 " 


1,750 03 


12 " 


2,000 00 


12 " 


1,600 00 


12 " 


1,125 00 


12 " 


1,600 00 


12 " 


1,600 00 


12 " 


1,200 00 


12 " 


1,600 00 


12 " 


1,200 00 


12 " 


1,200 00 


12 " 


1,200 00 


12 " 


1,106 25 


12 " 


1,087 50 


12 " 


1,050 00 


12 " 


843 75 


12 " 


1,375 00 



Woods and Forests Branch 



J. Houser Chief Clerk 

H. D. Gillard Principal Clerk 

A. H. O'Neill " " 

S. D. Meeking Clerk 

E. H. Telfer " 

G. Potter " 

E. F. Quigley " 

W. A. McCord " 

Wm. Judd " 

J.T.Lee " 

E. C. Armour Clerk Stenographer. 

J. Ferguson " " 

J. J. Bryce " 

F. E. Stewart " 



months 



Carried forward 



3,300 00 
2,550 00 
2,200 00 
2,100 00 
2,000 00 
1,600 00 
1,400 00 
1,500 00 
1,050 00 
1,900 00 
1,500 00 
1,400 00 
1,400 00 
1,200 00 

50,385 45 



G6 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Brought forward. 



Accounts Branch 

H. M. Lount Accountant 12 months 

C. J. Clarke Principal Clerk 12 

Alex. MacLean Senior Clerk 12 " 

W. A. Burritt Clerk 12 " 

C. Bowland " 12 " 

J. Bryson " 12 ■ 

M. Armitage " 12 " 

M. A. Whyte Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

J. F. Warren Clerk 12 " 

L. G. Donald " 12 " 

Dorothy E. Stuart Clerk Typist 8 " 

E. M. Fox Cheque Writer 11 " 



80,385 45 


3,000 00 


2,400 00 


1,900 00 


2,000 00 


1,600 00 


1,500 00 


862 50 


1,400 00 


1,600 00 


1,500 00 


702 50 


1,100 00 



Files Branch 



S. K. Burdin Senior Clerk 12 months 

F. Samuels Clerk 12 " 



E. H. Squire 

N. B. Mathewson 

E. Hills 

W. C. St. John 

S. Mulholland 

R. N. Black 

G. Harris 

Thos. A. Meredith 

Chas. J. Smith Clerk , 



" 12 

" 12 

Clerk Stenographer 12 

" 12 

" 12 

" 12 

" 12 

Senior Clerk Messenger 8 



12 



2,500 00 
2,000 00 
1,600 00 
1,600 00 
1,600 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
771 75 
1,350 00 



Provincial Land Tax Office 



L. M. Ryan Land Tax Collector 

G. J. Hinton Clerk 

C. H. Deacon " 

M. M. Craddock " 

May E. Lomas Clerk Typist 

H. M. Lyons Clerk Stenographer 12 

E. P. Riches " " 

S. Madill " " 

F. E. Stephens " " 



12 months 


2,500 00 


12 " 


1,600 00 


12 " 


975 00 


12 « 


1,050 00 


12 " 


825 00 


12 " 


1,050 00 


12 " 


1,050 00 


12 " 


975 00 


12 « 


975 00 



Salaries not provided for (Statutory) ($1,608.06) 

Dorothy Smedley Clerk Stenographer 5% months 503 05 

E. F. Eaton Clerk SY 2 " 484 38 

J. W. Millar Investigator of Parks \y 2 " 273 75 

M. B. Pugh Filing Clerk 4^ " 346 88 



Contingencies, etc. ($27,807.68) 

Temporary Services. — M. N. Adams, clerk stenographer at 68.75 per mo., 473.32; 
Audrey Anderson, clerk stenographer at 75.00 per mo., 418.27; Elwood F. 
Eaton, clerk at 81.25 per mo., 528.12; Jean E. Fenton, clerk stenographer at 
68.75 per mo., 100.48; B. F. Foster, filing clerk at 75.00 per mo., 297.12; A. 
Gray, clerk at 81.25 per mo., 975.00; W. B. Hallamore, office boy at 43.75 
per mo., 63.94; George McGuire, clerk at 81.25 per mo., 703.13; Thomas A. 
Meredith, clerk messenger at 3.00 per diem, 309.00; G. L. Nicol, clerk stenog- 
rapher at 81.25 per mo., 559.38; Elizabeth Parkinson, stenographer at 3.00 per 
diem, 6.00; M. E. Rawlinson, office boy at 43.75 per mo., 306.25; D. E. Stuart, 
operator of accounting machine at 85.00 per mo., 340.00 5,080 01 

Travelling Expenses.— W. C. Cain, 389.88; S. Draper, 151.73; A. Ferguson, 37.24; 
Hon. Wm. Finlayson, 850.00; C. G. Knight, 548.30; H. M. Lount, 196.60; J. B. 
Thompson, 67.55 2,241 30 

Carried forward 135,693 51 



1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS G 7 

Brought forward 135,693 51 

Contingencies, etc. — Continued 

Miscellaneous. — Alexander & Cable Lithographing Co., Ltd., engraving, 96.50; 
Angus Mack Co., maps, 19.05; T. H. Best Printing Co., brochure, 220.49; 
Burroughs Adding Machine Co., Ltd., inspections, 21.85; Can. Facts Pub. Co., 
Ltd., copies, 16.25; E. A. Cunningham, searches, 15.07; Dept. of Public High- 
ways, car repairs, 43.64; A. W. Fleming, registration fees, 14.12; General 
Office Equipment Corpn., maintenance service, 18.00; J. E. Jones, books, 
100.00; King's Printer, 17,864.43; Publishers Finance Co., Ltd., contract, 
85.50; J. Frank Raw Co., Ltd., framing, 32.10; Remington Typewriters, Ltd., 
inspections, 88.25; Thomas & Corney, inspections and repairs, 31.35; United 
Typewriter Co., Ltd., inspections and repairs, 384.87. Sundries — car tickets, 
24.00; excise stamps, 10.00; express, 233.88; freight, 25.64; newspapers and 
periodicals, 206.46; telegrams, 893.76; petty disbursements, 41.16 20,486 37 

Advertising ($2,286.94) 

Algoma Advocate, 4.20; Blind River Leader, 14.00; Bruce Mines Spectator, 14.00; 
Can. Forest and Outdoors, 45.00; Can. Lumberman, 175.00; Canadian National 
Exhibition, 100.00; Cliffe Printing Co., Ltd., 36.20; Cochrane Northland Post, 
Ltd., 58.84; Englehart News, 8.00; Fort Frances Times, 52.50; Fort Frances Pub- 
lishing Co., Ltd., 12.00; Fort William Daily Times Journal, 108.40; The Hailey- 
burian, 7.00; Kenora Miner Publishing Co., 74.20; MacLean Publishing Co., 
Ltd., 43.75; Massey Tribune, 9.80; Municipal Intelligence Bureau, 100.00; 
New Liskeard Speaker, 43.40; North Bay Nuggett, 24.30; Northern Tribune, 
10.00; Ontario Gazette, 24.70; Parry Sound Canadian, 22.72; Peterborough 
Examiner, Ltd., 11.76; Pembroke Standard Observer, 21.38; Porcupine Advance, 
38.16; Port Arthur News Chronicle Publishing Co., 90.85; Pulp & Paper Magazine 
of Canada, 6.80; Record Publishing Co., Ltd., Rainy River, 8.40; St. Joe Herald, 
14.00; Sault Daily Star, 119.08; Smallpiece Advertising, 15.00; Stephenson & 
Sons, 33.60; Sudbury Star, 103.30; Toronto Evening Telegram, 78.00; Toronto 
Globe, 261.90; Toronto Mail and Empire, 496.70 2,286 94 

Main Office and Branches $158,466.82 



MISCELLANEOUS 

Legal Fees and Expenses ($200.00) 
Sir William Hearst re Nipigon Power Site 200 00 

Insurance ($7,381.11) 
Sundry Insurance Companies, premiums 7,381 11 

Display at Toronto Exhibition ($469.76) 

Evans Scenery Co., signs, 10.00; W. H. Heath, travelling expenses, 26.00; J. W. 
Millar, travelling expenses, 72.05; E. L. Ruddy Co., Ltd., scenery, 95.00; R. 
Simpson Co., Ltd., rent of furniture, 78.45; O. Spanner & Co., furnishings, 
20.00; R. Waters, services, 70.85. Sundries— cartage, 30.00; express, 52.36; 
freight, 3.61 ; petty disbursements, 11.44 469 76 

Moving Expenses of Officers and Officials ($191.85) 

C. A. Fraser, moving J. W. Millar, Algonquin Park to Toronto, 105.25; J. V. 

Stewart, moving from Toronto to Fort Frances, 86.60 191 85 

Commutation Volunteer Veterans' Land Grants ($150.00) 

Mrs. B. A. Brimacombe, 50.00; J. E. Day, 50.00; W. C. Leving, 50.00 150 00 

Carried forward 166,859 54 



G 8 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Brought forward 

Agents' Salaries and Disbursements ($101,620.41) 

J.I. Hartt Inspector of Crown Timber Agencies. . . 12 months 

James A. Alexander Crown Timber Agent, Fort Frances. ... 12 " 

N. B. Fletcher " " " Parry Sound. ... 12 " 

S. J. Hawkins Principal Clerk 12 ■ 

C. Blanche Bell Clerk Stenographer, Sault Ste. Marie ... 12 " 

A. H. Huckson Crown Timber Agent, Sault Ste. Marie. 12 " 



J. T. McDougall " 

S. C. MacDonald " 

Jos. H. Milway " 

J. D.C.Smith " 

A. Stevenson " 

Patrick J. Whelan " 

E. Arthurs Crown Lands Agent 

A. W. Fleming " 

F. Blank " 

C. Both " 

Thos. Millichamp " 

Wm. Cameron " 

Miss I. M. Campbell " 

S. J. Dempsay " 

H.J.Ellis " 

J. Arthur Fink " 

J. S. Freeborn " 

A. W. Freeland " 

J.E.Gibson " 

Albert Grigg " 

W. Hales " 

J. R. McCrea " 

J. K. MacLennan " 

W. F. McPhie " 

R. A. Teasdale " 

W. J. Trainor " 

F. Watt " 

A. N. Wilson " 

S. H. Wilson " 

Jno. Clark " 

David Fuller " 

John A. Hough " 

John Bresnahan " 

J. P. Marchildon " 

John G. McCaw " 

Pearl 0. Shubeing Clerk Stenographer. . 

J. C. Barr Homestead Inspector, 

J. A. Bastien 

W. V. Cragg 

Wm. G. Gerhart 

T. Hughes 

H. F. Jervis 

H. B. Owens 

H. E. Sheppard 

D.Smith 

L. E. VanHorn 

R. G. Wigle 

Wm. Hough 

E. H. Barnes 



North Bay 12 

New Liskeard. . .12 

Port Arthur 12 

Kenora 12 

Peterborough. . .12 

Renfrew 12 

Espanola Mills. .12 

Minden 12 

Wilno 12 

Denbigh 12 

Markstay 12 

Stratton 12 

Parry Sound. . . .12 

Cochrane 12 

Powassan 12 

Mattawa 12 

Magnetawan 12 

Emsdale 12 

Dryden 12 

Bruce Mines. . . .12 

Apsley 12 

New Liskeard. . .12 

Sudbury 12 

North Bay 12 

Massey 12 

Hilton Beach ... 12 

Pembroke 12 

Kinmount 12 

Port Arthur 12 

Englehart 12 

Bancroft 12 

Matheson 12 

Hearst 9 

Sturgeon Falls. .12 

Sudbury .12 

. Fort Frances. ... 12 
Fort Frances. ... 12 

Chelmsford 12 

New Liskeard. . .12 

Bracebridge 12 

Murillo 12 

Callander 12 

Cache Bay 12 

Kapuskasing. ... 12 

Cochrane 12 

Monteith 12 

Dryden 12 

Englehart 12 

Sault Ste. Marie. 12 



166,859 54 


4,600 00 


2,500 00 


1,900 00 


2,500 00 


975 00 


2,500 00 


2,500 00 


2,500 00 


2,500 00 


2,500 00 


2,000 00 


2,500 00 


600 00 


350 00 


500 00 


300 00 


700 00 


500 00 


650 00 


1,100 00 


500 00 


500 00 


500 00 


500 00 


1,300 00 


1,000 00 


250 00 


1,400 00 


700 00 


1,050 00 


600 00 


300 00 


300 00 


175 00 


1,400 00 


800 00 


500 00 


1,400 00 


915 07 


500 80 


2,499 99 


974 99 


1,800 00 


1,400 00 


1,900 00 


1,300 00 


1,400 00 


1,900 00 


1,400 00 


1,900 00 


1,900 00 


1,900 00 


1,900 00 


1,400 00 


1,050 00 



Temporary Services. — John Dent, caretaker at 50.00 per annum, 50.00; C. A. 
Duval, acting crown timber agent at 7.00 per diem, 1,820.00; at 8.00 per diem, 
424.00; W. H. Jamieson, caretaker at 50.00 per annum, 50.00; A. Kurki, 
stenographer at 70.00 per mo., 840.00; M. Rumsey, stenographer at 85.00 per 
mo., 1,020.00; Katherine Tyndall, stenographer at 80.00 per mo., 36.92; H. T. 
Vincent, acting crown timber agent at 7.00 per diem, 2,191.00 



6,431 92 



Travelling Expenses.— J. A. Alexander, 203.78; E. Arthurs, 8.00; E. H. Barnes, 
37.15; J. C. Barr, 1,016.65; J. A. Bastien, 697.85; W. V. Cragg, 228.50; C. A. 
Duval, 181.15; N. B. Fletcher, 46.04; W. G. Gerhart, 260.20; A. Grigg, 111.45; 



Carried forward 246,682 31 



1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS G_9 

Brought forward 246,682 31 

Agents' Salaries and Disbursements — Continued 

Travelling Expenses — Continued 

J. I. Hartt, 1,556.20; W. Hough, 331.15; A. H. Huckson, 711.47; T. Hughes, 
443.00; H. Jervis, 531.20; S. C. MacDonald, 120.01; W. F. MacPhie, 8.50; 
J. G. McCaw, 13.30; J. T. McDougall, 64.19; D. McMeekin, 41.00; J. H. 
Milway, 320.41; H. B. Owens, 1,041.45; J. L. Regan, 138.00; H. E. Sheppard, 
450.57; D. Smith, 341.73; J. D. C. Smith, 164.10; A. Stevenson, 350.31; L. E. 
Vanhorn, 321.45; H. T. Vincent, 405.55; P. J. Whelan, 415.70; R. G. Wigle, 
415.44 10,975 50 

Office Rent, Light, Telephone and Telegraph Service. — Angus & Taylor, Ltd., 
25.00; E. L. Banner Insurance Agency, 231.40; F. Blank. 150.00; Bradburns, 
Ltd., 180.00: V. Brisson, 180.00; I. M. Campbell, 120.00; J. Clark, 120.00; 
Dept. of Agriculture, 163.82; Empire Cafe, 69.00; J. A. Fink, 102.00; Town of 
Fort Frances, 21.35; G. Geroux, 120.00; L. Geroux, 120.00; J. E. Gibson, 120.00; 
A. Grigg, 150.00; C. Howe, 207.00; Town of Kapuskasing, 104.44; T. A. Milli- 
champ, 120.00; North Bay Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 20.86; North 
Bay Theatre Co., Ltd., 175.00; G. M. Rioch, 540.00; Rothchilds & Co., Ltd., 
720.00; H. E. Sheppard, 165.00; Spruce Falls Power & Paper Co., Ltd., 187.00; 
Timmins Theatres, Ltd., 420.00; P. J. Whelan, 180.00; M. Young, 180.00. 
Sundries— telegrams, 86.91 ; telephones, 1,097.08 6,075 86 

Miscellaneous. — Can. Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., wheels, etc., 131.38; E. Cloutier, 
wood, 45.00; Cochrane Public Utilities Commission, light, 88.08; C. J. Dickson, 
oats, etc., 46.80; Dingwall Motors, car and repairs, 566.72; C. J. Dix, harness, 
29.00; A. T. Fife & Co., hardware, 20.30; J. Gufean, oats, 23.85; Mrs. E. Hadwin, 
cleaning, 24.00; J. Hilli, wood, 132.75; G. Holledge, car repairs, 10.00; Imperial 
Oil Ltd., gas, 11.03; Kapuskasing Supply Co., Ltd., hardware, 182.61; Kenora 
Electric, fans, etc., 31.60; M. Kuisti, wood, 100.00; H. Labreche, hay, 20.00; 
J. A. Lablanc, lumber, 92.36; T. Lewis, rent of stable, 12.00; Lynch Auto Sales 
Co., Ltd., repairs, 27.35; H. Mason, wood, 30.00; Marshall Ecclestone, Ltd., 
couch, 13.75; S. Mawhinney, hay, 13.50; Sam Onarheim, shoeing, 15.50; Mrs. E. 
Parsons, tables, 25.00; C. Pazcnck, services, 10.00; Mrs. J. Pazeys, meals, 10.00; 
Peterborough Fuel Co., Ltd., coal, 38.25; Peterborough Review Co., Ltd., 
stationery, 16.50; W. W. Rae, books, 20.00; A. M. Reid, stationery, 10.45; 
Remus Bros., rent of blankets, 10.00; J. W. Richardson, desk, 127.30; A. Seguin, 
snowshoes, 10.00; L. Shevemets, cleaning, 21.00; R. A. Teasdale, inspections, 
106.00; Timmins Sign Works, signs, 10.00; Tyne Motors, Ltd., Ford coupe, 
669.92; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., inspections and repairs, 33.96; Vernon • 

Directories, copies, 12.00; A. R. Wood, gas, 66.63; Williams Hardware Co., 
hardware, 44.73. Sundries — cartage, 75.40; express, 92.93; freight, 88.03; 
postage, 1,290.42; petty disbursements, 290.18 4,746 28 

Ottawa Agency ($2,637.32) 
S. C. Larose Agent 12 months 1,800 00 

Miscellaneous. — Bell Telephone Co. of Canada, 69.60; J. Hope & Sons, Ltd., sta- 
tionery, 53.90; Hope Realty, Ltd., rent, 700.00; Ottawa Electric Co., Ltd., 
light, 7.82; Postmaster, rent of box, 6.00 837^32 

Forest Ranging ($362,703.06) 

J. P. Legris Fire Inspector 

H. H. Parsons Assistant Forester 

J. A. Brodie " 

J.V.Stewart " " 

H. L. McCausland " " 

Sundry Rangers 307,575 14 

Travelling Expenses. — Sundry rangers 30,250 63 



12 months 


2,700 00 


12 " 


2,200 00 


12 " 


2,400 00 


12 " 


2,300 00 


12 " 


2,000 00 



Carried forward 271,117 27 



G 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 271,117 27 

Forest Ranging — Continued 

Camp Supplies, Equipment and Repairs. — J. Albery, 28.50; Allen-Bradley Co., 
211.98; G. E. Atkinson, 136.02; Austin & Nicholson, 22.50; Boulton Auto 
Service, Ltd., 10.66; V. Brisson, 61.96; British Xylonite Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
190.13; H. Burrows, 175.06; Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., 107.24; 
Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd., 86.00; Canadian Photo Copy Co., Ltd., 111.73; 
Cochrane Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 415.11; Department of Interior, Ottawa, 
146.25; Deslauriers Column Mold Co., Inc., 320.00; Dingwall Motors, 12.27; 
Dunn Hardware Co., Ltd., 67.10; Eastman Kodak Stores, Ltd., 3,080.16; 
A. T. Fife & Co., 64.95; E. Fortin, 77.00; Fowler Hardware Co., Ltd., 16.77; 
F. S. Gardiner, 12.00; Gevaert Co. of America, 52.90; Grant-Holden-Graham, 
Ltd., 60.90; Gregory-Greek & Co., 480.67; D. M. Griffiths, 41.50; J. F. Hartz 
Co., Ltd., 16.01; Hearst Lumber Co., 38.85; Hinsperger Harness Co., Ltd., 
208.95; Hobson-Gauthier, Ltd., 336.17; H. Hrbacz, 49.12; D. S. Humphrey, 
15.00; Hudson's Bay Co., 351.03; W. J. Hugh, 45.06; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 35.24; 
Instruments, Ltd., 248.79; Kapuskasing Supply Co., Ltd., 17.30; B. F. Kean, 
80.00; Kena Stores, 13.95; Kenora Electric, 26.60; Kert & Co., 609.01; B. 
Lacey & Co., Ltd., 158.17; J. H. Leng, 111.52; H. T. Lloyd, 160.86; Lufkin 
Rule Co. of Canada, Ltd., 12.90; Lynch Auto Sales Co., Ltd., 233.40; McGill 
Hardware, Ltd., 1,019.01; Marshall-Ecclestone, Ltd., 51.00; Marshall-Wells Co., 
Ltd., 185.35; Monarch Oil Co., Ltd., 81.00; W. L. Morrisey, 22.50; E. Myers, 
13.25; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 91.21; Neal & Heath, 700.55; New Method 
Laundry, Ltd., 36.75; North Bay Garage, 508.12; Northern Canada Supply 
Co., Ltd., 30.21; M. O'Connor, 20.05; T. Polkington Co., 686.00; Province of 
Ontario Pictures, 26.75; Quality Meat & Grocery Co., Ltd., 341.55; Rankin's 
Grocery, 15.43; J. F. Raw Co., Ltd., 420.47; C. Reckin & Sons, 258.74; J. W. 
Richardson, 12.85; Rothschild's Garage, 650.17; Shankman Bros., 187.52; M. 
Silverstone, 44.50; Stanton Bros., 10.26; St. Mary's Marine Supply Co., 
2,489.66; J. W. Stone Boat Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 52.50; M. J. Sullivan, 
29.95; R. Sweeney, 20.70; G. Taylor Hardware, Ltd., 37.57; Taylor Instru- 
ments, Ltd., 96.10; C. O. Thacker, 950.00; Thomas Co., 47.50; Thunder Bay 
Lumber Co., Ltd., 27.94; Watson & Lloyd, 42.64; Wells Hardware Co., Ltd., 
38.25; S. S. White Dental Manufacturing Co., 16.79; E. Whitmore, 30.00; 
J. H. Whitfield, 104.00; F. Willard, 21.60; Williams Hardware Co., 231.68; 
R. R. Woods, 92.06; Woods Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 217.44; petty disburse- 
ments, 171.67 18,888 58 

Air Service. — Forestry Branch, proportion of cost transferred from Fire 

Ranging 70,000 00 

Miscellaneous. — D. Bell Insurance Agency, rent, 45.00; C. J. Dickson, rent of 
horse, etc., 135.60; W. R. Jackson & Co., brokerage charges, 93.43; Johnson's 
Pharmacy, horse medicine, 13.25; Journal Printing Co., cards, 30.00; Town of 
"Kapuskasing, heat, light and water, 15.50; King's Printer, 420.62; Langley's, 
Ltd., cleaning, 89.70; Lockhart's Camera Exchange, supplies, 44.85; T. Lewis, 
rent of stable, 18.00; D. L. McKinnon & Sons, rent, 90.00; Mrs. C. Marten, 
rent, 625.00; Ontario Loan & Debenture Co., rent, 45.00; O. H. Pierce, rent 
of machines, 27.00; Royal Bank, rent, 40.00; A. H. Skene, rent, 84.00; Spruce 
Falls Power & Paper Co., Ltd., rent, 17.00; C. Tarling Map Mounting Co., mount- 
ing maps, 43.35; Williams Hardware Co., rent, etc., 78.30. Sundries — cartage, 
794.00; express, 33.32; freight, 117.22; telegrams, 4.57; telephone, 93.90; 
postage, 27.75; petty disbursements, 28.03 3,054 39 

441,368 74 

Less refunds (transferred from Revenue) 78,665 68 

362,703 06 

Forest Reserves ($7,373.98) 

C. E. Hindson . Ranger, Temagami 12 months 1,800 00 

Sundry Rangers 5,359 25 

Travelling Expenses. — H. Elkington, 92.29; Geo. Hornick, 49.60; V. H. Prewer, 

11.00; J. F. Sharpe, 35.80 188 69 

Miscellaneous. — G. Ostler, gas, etc., 16.67; J. F. Raw Co., Ltd., blue prints, 5.97; 

Sundries — express, 1.40; postage, 2.00 26 04 

Cullers Act ($120.80) 

Travelling Expenses.— C. A. Duval, 51.75; S. C. MacDonald, 33.40; H. T. Vin- 
cent, 35.65 120 80 



Carried forward 641,315 11 



1929-30 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 



G 11 



Brought forward 641,315 11 



I. C. Marritt 



Expenditure under The Forestry Act ($44,479.84) 
Forester 10 months 2,375 00 



Travelling Expenses.— M. A. Adamson, 60.94; B. F. Avery, 34.75; W. B. Greenwood, 
1.75; R. C. Hosie, 170.20; G. M. Linton, 163.05; A. P. Leslie, 53.60; A. P. 
MacBean, 39.10; F. A. MacDougall, 130.50; I. C. Marritt, 313.75; F. S. Newman, 
16.47 



984 11 



Miscellaneous. — Canadian National Railways, fares, 43.75; Can. Photo Copy Co., 
photostats, 11.58; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., hardware, 151.27; 
Connelly & Mewett, blacksmithing, 36.85; D. C. Cole, provisions, 44.88; J. T. 
Coyne, livery, 36.00; Dept. of Public Highways, car service and repairs, 229.79; 
W. Fantry & Sons, signs, 15.00; H. Feagan, provisions, 1,036.53; A. N. Fenn, 
hardware. 110.42; J. J. Doyle, purchase of lot, 1,200.00; Gregory-Greek & Co., 
provisions, 264.99; Hydro-Electric Power Commission, light and power, 177.25; 
Mcintosh Grain & Feed Co., Ltd., feed, 256.56; Marine Laundry Co., laundry, 
50.40; C. R. Mills, accountable, 44.33; National Grocers Co., Ltd., provisions, 
227.94; Northern Builders Supply Co., tiles, 15.80; Pay Lists, wages of men, 
33,255.05; B. Phillips, tires, 19.50; J. Frank Raw Co., Ltd., blue prints, 31.73; 
J. W. Richardson, hardware, 376.71; A. L. Rooks, livery, 25.00; Shaw & Gordon, 
provisions, 55.22; A. Shaw, provisions, 966.55; Standard Planing Mills & Lumber 
Co., Ltd., lumber, 24.18; G. Stephens, provisions, 16.33; Sundry persons, seeds, 
769.91 ; C. Tarling Map Mounting Co., mounting maps, 19.70; W. B. Telfer, drugs, 
10.00; R. B. Tennant & Co., lumber, 98.34; J. A. Town & Co., provisions, 
354.50; Wood, Fleming & Co., Ltd., garage rent, 24.00. Sundries — cartage, 
32.50; express, 150.74; freight, 748.06; postage, 8.14; telegrams, 5.17; tele- 
phone, 88.05; petty disbursements, 88.01 41,120 73 

Lac Seul Storage Dam; Engineering Survey Work, Plans, Construction, 
Control, Maintenance, Repairs, etc. ($56,508.32) 

Dept. of Lands and Forests, compensation re Pelican Falls, 50,000.00; T. H. Hogg, 
services as member of the Board, 1,000.00; engineering services, 1,500.00; 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission, engineers' services, 1,557.80; Morrow & 
Beatty, Ltd., on account of contract, 21,343.49; L. V. Rorke, services as mem- 
ber of the Board, 1,000.00 76,401 29 



Less Refund, Dominion Government portion of cost 19,892 97 



56,508 32 



PROVINCIAL PARKS 

Algonquin ($44,382.03) 



J. W. Millar Superintendent 

J. H. McDonald 

Mark Robinson Chief Ranger. . 

Jas. Shields 

T. Ranger Ranger 

Z. A. Nadon " 

Peter Ranger " 

D. Valentine " 

John Christie " 

W. A. Mooney " 

Geo. Holmberg " 

Ed. Godin " 

C. E. Brewer " 

Mark McNamara " 

Martin Newell " 

John Gervais " 

Andy Grant " 

Jas. Mclntyre . . " 

F. X. Robichaud " 

Norman Bowers " 

Dan. Stringer " 

John Stringer " 

John R. Boyle " 



11 


mont 


hs 1,914 00 


1H 




450 00 


12 


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1,600 00 


12 


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1,600 00 


12 


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1,200 00 


12 


u 


1,200 00 


12 


a 


1,200 00 


12 


a 


1,200 00 


12 


u 


1,200 00 


12 


u 


1,200 00 


12 


a 


1,200 00 


12 


a 


1,200 00 


12 


a 


1,200 00 


12 


a 


1,200 00 


12 


a 


1,200 00 


12 


u 


1,200 00 


12 


u 


1,200 00 


12 


a 


1,200 00 


12 


u 


1,200 00 


12 


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1,200 00 


12 


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1,200 00 


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12 


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Algonquin Provincial Park — Continued 



Ranger 12 months 1,200 00 

12 " 



1,125 

1,125 

1,125 

1,003 
975 
936 00 

1,005 00 
540 00 
262 50 
552 00 
139 50 
139 50 
93 00 
69 00 
166 00 



Albert Patterson 

John C. Hawman 

John J. Turner " 12 

R. Edwards " 12 

F. Peplinskie Ranger (Temporary) 12 

M. P. Coulas " " 12 

S. Sunstrum " " 12 

D. McMeekin " " 12 

Mrs. P. J. Gervais Housekeeper (Temporary) 12 

Muriel M. Millar Office Assistant (Temporary) 11 

Henry J. Boehme Ranger (Temporary) 6 

Jerry Kennedy Deputy Chief (Temporary) 1 

John Mclntyre " " " 1 

B. McLelland Ranger 1 

I. Turcotte " 1 

Pay List Labourers on Cache Lake Dam 1 

Travelling Expenses.— H. J. Boehme, 44.15; N. Bowers, 21.13; C. E. Brewer, 6.80; 
J. Christie, 10.00; M. P. Coulas, 67.05; R. Edwards, 26.05; P. J. Gervais, 5.50; 
E. Godin, 8.70; A. Grant, 9.92; J. C. Hawman, 10.50; G. Holmberg, 10.50; 
J. W. Millar, 31.55; J. H. McDonald, 49.57; J. Mclntyre, 4.12; W. A. Mooney, 
13.92; Z. A. Nadon, 4.79; M. J. Newell, 121.38; A. Paterson, 4.00; F. Pep- 
linskie, 43.62; P. Ranger, 37.85; T. Ranger, 5.00; F. X. Robichaud, 49.03; M. 
Robinson, 76.20; J. Shields, 211.05; D. Stringer, 14.63; S. Sunstrum, 8.20; 
J. J. Turner, 20.63 915 84 

Miscellaneous. — Animal Trap Co. of America, snares, 19.58; W. Beatty Estate, 
sash, 14.00; M. Boyd, snowshoes, 10.02; Brent Lumber Co., Ltd., lumber, 
58.45; Bronson Co., teaming, 30.00; Brantford, Roofing Co., Ltd., slates, 
171.88; J. H. Bothme, services hunting wolves, 150.00; Can. National Tele- 
graphs, rent of circuits, 100.00; M. Chartrand, services hunting wolves, 112.50; 
Clark, Howe, Waters & Knight Bros., Ltd., lumber, 89.00; Cochrane-Dunlop 
Hardware, Ltd., hardware, 221.40; J. E. Colson, services hunting wolves, 
150.00; J. Cousineau, provisions, 53.99; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., beds, etc., 149.04; 
Fasset Lumber Co., Ltd., lumber, 119.30; Findlay Bros. Co., Ltd., stove, 45.40; 
Grimm Manufacturing Co., Ltd., maple syrup equipment, 718.60; Hallam 
Mail Order Corpn., Ltd., traps, etc., 84.53; W. J. Hugh, car hire, 10.00; Im- 
perial Oil, Ltd., gas and oil, 266.62; J. Lavalley, services hunting wolves, 134.00; 
C. McConkey, services hunting wolves, 150.00; J. S. L. McRae, lumber, 48.32; 
J. W. Millar, moose head, etc., 170.00; Muir Cap & Regalia, Ltd., caps, 10.92; 
M. Newall, engine, 75.00; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., insulators, etc., 14.15; 
J. Paquette, services hunting wolves, 102.50; Peterborough Canoe Co., Ltd., 
snowshoes, 34.19; O. E. Post, hardware, 85.10; Rex Tailoring Co., Ltd., uni- 
forms, 117.00; T. G. Rowland, roofing, 60.15; Sanderson Pearcy Co., Ltd., 
paint, 18.89; Scotia Junction Trading Co., Ltd., feed, etc., 404.58; R. Simpson 
Co., Ltd., chairs, 30.80; Sandrigle Hardware, oil, 12.55; E. B. Stewart, services 
hunting wolves, 75.00; I. Turcotte, services hunting wolves, 112.50; W. Walker 
& Son, Ltd., hardware, 43.25. Sundries — express, 42.34; freight, 197.89; post- 
age, 41.44; telegrams, 8.00; telephone, 2.15; petty disbursements, 80.91 4,645 94 



Rondeau ($26,795.08) 

R. S. Carman Superintendent 12 months 

J. A. White Assistant Superintendent 7 " 

Arthur Townsend Gamekeeper 9 " 

A. Hitchcock Ranger 12 " 

Henry D. Atkinson Ranger 9 " 

Pay Lists Wages of men 



Travelling Expenses. — R. S. Carman, 176.96; A. Townsend, 25.75 



Miscellaneous. — W. J. Bannister, provisions, 13.00; W. Batchelor, installing water 
system, 4,488.31; Border Cities Wire & Iron Works, baskets, 28.00; R. S. 
Brown & Son, shades, etc., 59.78; C. M. Buckleberrough, electric supplies, 
74.85; R. S. Carman, stove, 25.00; G. T. Carson, plumbing supplies, 45.50; 
F. Coll, hay, etc., 899.00; Cummings & Hastings, auto repairs, 95.56; C. Dow 



2,625 00 
706 58 
738 00 

1,050 00 
738 00 

6,075 10 

202 71 



Carried forward 798,820 69 



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Rondeau Provincial Park — Continued 



Miscellaneous — Continued 



Chemical Co., chloride, 718.20; E. 
Eaton Co., Ltd., incubator, 16.50; 
Co., car and repairs, 1,311.73; H. 
fumigator, 65.00; Gilson Mfg. Co., 
ware, 94.49; T. G. Griffiths & Co., 



B. Eddy Co., Ltd., paper, etc., 47.73; T. 
Electric Shop, paint, 124.10; Gammage & 
Gardiner, garage, 40.00 ; G. T. Garson, 
Ltd., saw, 188.94; W. H. Goodhue, hard- 
chemicals, 405.00; Grimm Mfg. Co., Ltd., 
syrup buckets, etc., 166.27; Howard Farmers Co-op. Society, Ltd., feed, 639.40; 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission, light, 672.95; Imperial Oil, Ltd., gas and 
oil, 838.59; T. Kennedy, lumber, 315.95; Knight Bros., chains, 27.55; J. Leckie, 
Ltd., fuses, etc., 51.41; B. Lounsberry, shoeing, 21.50; J. MacGregor, harness, 
14.40; W. Merrifield, horse hire, 54.00; Morgan's Supply House, baskets, 11.20; 
Mussen's, Ltd., hose, etc., 36.30; L. McLean, hay, 12.00; Ontario Furniture 
Co., linoleum, 19.05; W. N. Parker, horse shoes, 13.25; W. J. Phenix, fur cap, 
10.50; Possum Hollow Game Farm, peacock, etc., 49.40; Ridgetown Public 
Utilities Commission, lamps, 39.60; J. B. Robinson, pheasants, 10.00; W. 
Reeves, painting, 303.40; H. Rassels, tile, 33.50; Sawyer- Massey, Ltd., blades, 
etc., 15.62; Shank's Garage, repairs, 180.04; Shillington Co., Ltd., hardware, 
80.85; A. J. Silcox, hardware, 496.78; R. Simpson Co., Ltd., flags, 16.45; D. H. 
Stewart, oil, etc., 15.00; N. S. Wade, car repairs, 15.15; Wanless Hardware 
Co., hardware, 22.50; Watson & Taylor, lumber, 187.81; Warwick & Son, 
flooring, 36.79; R. C. Walker, car repairs, 14.00; G. Wedge, provisions, 37.25; 
Willson Press, cards, 13.25; W. D. Wilson, building toilets, 1,045.00. Sundries- 
express, 42.87; freight, 26.09; postage, 71.32; telegrams, 11.49; telephones, 
133.79; petty disbursements, 1 16.73 14,659 69 



Quetico ($21,405.13) 



John Jamieson Superintendent. 

T. Dettbarn Ranger 

Thos. Quinn " 

Philip Berneskey " 

Thos. Brady. " 

J. W. Hendrickson " 

Robt. Wells " 

N. Berry « 

H. Barr " 

Edmund Elliott " 

B.Parker " 

Albert Le May " 

G. Day " 

J. C.Valley " 

Geo. Walsh " 

E. Kelly " 

Leo. Melanson " 

A. Matchett " 

A. Quinlan " 

A. Dumas " 

Jno. R. Ferguson " 

N. Fell » 

Peter Pelletier " 

A. Brewer " 

G. Crawley " 

W. Bellefeuille " 

M. Ritchie " 

Major Lawrence 



Mrs. V. Jamieson Housekeeper. 



. 12 months 
12 " 
10 " 

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1,900 00 

1,200 00 

1,112 35 
421 23 

1,071 31 
302 50 

1,003 75 

170 50 

81 12 

1,003 75 
104 50 

1,003 75 
145 75 

1,003 75 

81 12 

654 50 

519 75 

1,003 75 
71 50 

1,003 75 

1,003 75 
561 00 
187 00 
225 50 
371 25 
222 75 
973 50 
253 00 
300 00 



Travelling Expenses.— T. Dettbarn, 15.60; A. Dumas, 25.55; E. Elliott, 15.10; 
N. Fell, 11.15; J. Jamieson, 441.46; J. Valley, 29.50; R. Wells, 18.00 

Miscellaneous.— Barton & Fisher, stove, 96.67; D. C. Black, horse, 160.00; Black 
Bros., fodder, 206.10; Canadian Johnston Motor Co., Ltd., repairs, 82.14; 
T. Eaton Co., Ltd., furnishings, 347.57; Ely Gas & Oil Co., gas, 77.60; Gillmor 
& Noden, hardware, 419.08; Imperial Oil, Ltd., oil, 22.44 ; M. V. Jamieson, 



556 36 



Carried forward 831,993 12 



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Quetico Provincial Park — Continued 



831,993 12 



M iscellaneous — Continued 

bars, 26.20; Laing Hardware Co., hardware, 26.59; J. A. Mathieu, lumber, 
57.39; McMahon Lumber Co., Ltd., lumber, 22.22; Monarch Oil Co., Ltd., 
oil, 356.76; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., telephones, 235.75; Ontario Reforma- 
tory Industries, blankets, 86.92; Peterborough Canoe Co., Ltd., canvas, 116.72; 
Shevlin-Clark Co., Ltd., gas, 25.86; Wells & Emerson, snowshoes, etc., 99.60; 
Western Grocers, Ltd., groceries, 202.94; Western Packing Co., Ltd., tallow, 
35.20; Wilderness Outfitters, repairs, 17.10; Woods Manufacturing Co., Ltd;, 
pack-sacks, 79.52. Sundries — express, 5.28; freight, 33.04; postage, 4.36; 
telegrams, 3.86; petty disbursements, 45.48 2,892 39 

Creation, Extension and Maintenance of Parks ($1,045.86) 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, light, 50.04; Severn River Improve- 
ment Association, purchase of building, 995.82 1,045 86 

Long Point Provincial Park Road ($9,722.06) 

J. C. Backus, lumber, 139.15; Can. Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., corrugated iron, etc., 
1,037.11; Gordon Crushed Stone Co., Ltd., stone, 3,046.36; W. Howey, tools, 
63.71; Pay lists, wages of men, 5,037.08; F. Pierce, painting, 125.00; Port Rowan 
Garage, supplies, 610; C. E. Smith, board of men, 163.00; S. C. Smith, gas, 
104.55 9,722 06 

Miscellaneous $687,186.61 



FORESTRY BRANCH 

Salaries ($39,183.36) 

E. J. Zavitz Deputy Minister of Forestry 12 

C. R. Mills Assistant Provincial Forester 12 

A. H. Richardson Forester 12 

R. N. Johnston " 12 

C. E. Westland " 12 

J. F. Sharpe Assistant Forester 12 

G. Bayly " " 12 

John F. L. Simmons " " 9 

N. L. Rogers Clerk 12 

G. W. Harris " 12 

M. C. Rowland Clerk Stenographer 12 

Kathleen H. DeNure " " 12 

J. Bald " " 12 

A. S. McKyes " " 12 

F. A. Cuthbertson " " 12 

E. W. Cooper Clerk 12 



J. M. Bishop 



Draughtsman 12 



Salaries not provided for (Statutory) ($896.88) 



G. H. Evans Clerk Typist 6 months 

M. E. Overend Clerk Stenographer 6 " 

Contingencies ($8,653.36) 

Temporary Services. — G. H. Evans, clerk typist at 75.00 per mo., 450.00; Constance 
Hamilton, clerk stenographer at 3.00 per diem, 186.00; at 68.75 per mo., 309.38; 
Phyllis N. Nevison, clerk stenographer at 68.75 per mo., 52.88; M. E. Overend, 
clerk stenographer at 81.25 per mo., 609.37 

Travelling Expenses. — E. J. Zavitz 



months 


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4,000 00 


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3,300 00 


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3,300 00 


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1,700 00 


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1,900 00 


493 75 




403 13 





Miscellaneous. — Canadian Forests & Outdoor, advertising, 495.00; Eastman Kodak 
Stores, camera supplies, 505.75; J. F. Hartz & Co., Ltd., film, 13.80; King's 
Printer, 2,414.54; North York Veterans, advertising, 25.00; Pembroke Collegiate 



,607 63 
211 97 



Carried forward 886,656 39 



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Brought forward 886,656 39 

Forestry Branch — Continued 

Miscellaneous — Continued 

Institute, advertising, 12.00; L. A. Philip & Co., Ltd., rent of machine, 69.50; 
Remington Typewriters, Ltd., inspections, 25.75; Stayner Sun, advertising, 
11.40; Toronto Evening Telegram, advertising, 25.00; United Typewriter Co., 
Ltd., inspections, 109.42; University of Toronto, books, 34.60; Wisely Bragg 
Publishing Co., Ltd., advertising, 100.00. Sundries — freight, 10.58; newspapers 
and periodicals, 33.00; telegrams, 2,890.25; petty disbursements, 58.17 6,833 76 



Reforestation ($387,573.96) 

F. S. Newman Superintendent, Norfolk Station 12 months 4,000 00 

G. M. Linton " Orono « 12 " 2,700 00 

M. A. Adamson " Midhurst " 9 " 1,625 00 

J. Cowan Clerk, Forestry Branch 12 " 1,400 00 

R. J. Crossley " " 9 " 975 00 

John F. L. Simmons Asst. Forester " 2 " 316 66 



Norfolk Forest Station : 

J. A. Watts Foreman 12 

Edward Telford Deputy Foreman 12 

R. Addison Assistant Foreman 12 



Charles Hammond Teamster 

Ernest Smith " 

John McKim " 

Frank Pratt Gardener 

Charles Smith Mechanic 

Alfred Walter Clerk 

R. A. Maclnnes Forestry Helper. 

J. C. M. Kirk " " . 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



1,500 00 

1,400 00 

1,300 00 

1,100 00 

1,100 00 

1,100 00 

1,125 00 

1,050 00 

1,050 00 

1,050 00 

1,050 00 



Midhurst Forest Station: 

Wm. Kennedy Clerk 

A. H. Spence Foreman 

Stanley A. McLean Assistant Foreman. 

John Martin 

Robert H. Poole Teamster 

John J. Kissock " 

Allison H. Bishop " 

Sydney J. Cox Caretaker 

John Pain Assistant Foreman. 

Lawrence R. Brown " " 

Orono Forest Station: 

W. J. Hall Foreman 

R. Sutton Assistant Foreman. 

D. Harness " " 

W. C. Mitchell Caretaker 

J. Middleton Forestry Helper. . . 

A. W. Clough " " ... 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
9 



1,125 00 

1,600 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,125 00 

1,050 00 

1,050 00 

975 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 



1,400 00 
1,125 00 
1,050 00 
1,050 00 
975 00 
670 63 



Saint William Forest Station: 

Theo Balcombe Assistant Foreman 8 



Fred Cline 

Archie Colwell. . . 

Stanley Day 

Jas. Drinkwater. . 

Wm. Proper 

Clarence Starling. 
Frank Well 



Sundry Rangers 

Travelling Expenses. — Sundry Rangers 



755 50 
758 62 
757 20 
747 75 
747 77 
794 25 
769 45 
747 77 

193,962 26 

7,053 85 



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Brought forward 1,142,421 86 

Reforestation — Continued 

Automobiles, Repairs and Supplies. — A. E. Aitken & Son, 113.73; Arrow Garage, 
66.38; Auto Repair Shop, 158.44; Barrie Garage, 21.42; Bedford Garage, 19.91; 
Bloomfield Garage, 141.96; Booth & Allen, 17.00; W. L. Brennan, 51.50; Brown- 
ing's Garage, 16.10; C. & W. Motors, 219.35; Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., 
1,792.39; Canadian Tire Corporation, Ltd., 54.39; Central Garage, 60.19; 
Commercial Oil Co., Ltd., 14.00; Coulter's Garage, 2,813.88; L. C. Cratt, 220.53; 
Cutten & Foster, Ltd., 15.94; C. Deavey, 14.39; Department of Public Highways, 
2,100.13; H. C. Dodge, Inc., 18.00; Dodge Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 11.10; 
Domestic Service Garage, 17.65; Doyle's Garage, 76.05; M. Drennan, 36.52; 
J. Duff, 28.95; Dunn's Garage, 15.00; Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co., Ltd., 
77.92; Durrance Bros. & Co., 12.40; G. A. Edwards, 11.20; Ellis-Mclntyre Motors, 
Ltd., 36.64; General Motors of Canada, 3,015.00; Golf, Ltd., 54.62; Goodyear 
Tire & Rubber Co., Ltd., 123.94; Grinnell Company of Canada, Ltd., 39.30; 
A. J. Gurry, 48.48; Hepburn Brown Motor Sales, Ltd., 65.20; Hillmer Bros., 
23.77; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 1,689.27; W. H. Jewell, 2,151.24; Kari-Keen & Auto 
Trunks, Ltd., 53.41; H. Kleinsteuber, 208.99; J. A. Lobraico, 109.18; J. H. 
McCaw, 22.10; H. McCracken & Son, 11.60; McLaughlin Motor Car Co., Ltd., 
33.37; Mattawa Garage, 13.19; A. Middlebrook, 104.04; G. E. Mottashed, 128.88; 
J. H. Mouncey, 26.22; Naran Garage, 14.77; North Bay Garage, 20.75; Ontario 
Motor Sales, Ltd., 36.05; I. A. Procunier, 179.65; Richardson Bros., 45.02; 
Robbins & Ayers of Canada, Ltd., 14.85; Runnymede Auto Tire Co., 25.92; 
See & Duggan Motors, Ltd., 17.01; A. A. Smith, 16.56; A. Smith's Garage, 46.98; 
S. Smith, 438.22; Standard Garage, 948.40; H. S. Stark, 23.00; A. Theaker, 12.75; 
Toronto Battery & Electric Co., 37.10; Trout Creek Garage, 12.85; Vertue 
Motors, Ltd., 13.50; West End Garage, 55.50; R. W. Whitehead, 86.82; W. 
Whittaker, Sr., 275.68; Willys Overland Sales Co., Ltd., 333.97; G. O. Wright, 
207.97; petty disbursements, 127.29 19,165 47 

Fertilizer.— R. Allen, 20.38; O. Caldwell, 20.00; E. Cavanaugh, 115.50; T. Cowan, 
25.00; D. Cronk, 12.00; H. Eastman, 187.00; Empire Fertilizers, Ltd., 116.45; 
Fertilizer & Feeds, Ltd., 49.79; F. J. Hall, 22.50; W.J. Hall, 27.25; Hogg & Lytle, 
18.65; I. Knapp, 54.00; C. Leed, 20.00; Marchment Co., Ltd., 1,806.10; A. 
McKee, 95.25; H. Millson, 18.75; G. Mitchell, 12.50; A. G. Newman, 75.00; 
Ontario Fertilizers, Ltd., 56.88; J. Parsons, 84.00; P. Patton, 121.25; E. Payne, 
26.00; W. Priest, 175.00; A. Pugh, 11.65; Wm. Rennie Co., Ltd., 13.54; Swift- 
Canadian Co., Ltd., 10.50; R. Tracy, 90.75; A. Torpey, 50.00; Vigo Humus, 
13.50; R. O. Wattie, 118.13; petty disbursements, 84.25 3,551 57 

Seed Cones, Seeds and Plants. — Sundry persons 31,689 03 

Camp Supplies, Provisions, etc. — Acme Lighting Products, Ltd., 71.34; Aikenhead 
Hardware, Ltd., 45.92; A. Alderson, 102.00; American Tent & Awning Co., Ltd., 
614.48; Armstrong & Rainford, 36.48; C. G. Armstrong, 125.13; M. Armstrong, 
80.65; B. W. Anderson, 231.80; Atlas Engineering & Machine Co., Ltd., 87.50; 
Ball Planing Mill Co., Ltd., 3,962.41; Babcock-Wilcox-Goldie-McCulloch, Ltd., 
1,150.10; Barrie Planing Mill, 35.00; Barrie Fuel & Supply Co., 1,127.75; H. 
Barringer, 29.98; Boeckh Co., Ltd., 30.04; H. C. Bonathan, 14.50; M. J. Brennan, 
303.58; Bridge Bros., 34.74; F. Bronson, 34.53; C. A. Brown, 129.29; Brown & 
Co., 63.45; J. Brown, 60.13; J. L. Buck, 31.25; A. Bulmer, 40.00; Dr. A. C. Burt, 
957.00; E. A. Button, 26.40; Buyers Door & Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 31.20; 
Canadian Asbestos Co., 32.22; Canadian Blower & Forge Co., Ltd., 10.38; 
Canadian Chromalox Co., Ltd., 229.00; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 
1,327.73; Canadian General Lumber Co., Ltd., 617.40; Canadian Laco Lamps, 
Ltd., 66.49; Canadian Milk Products, Ltd., 16.46; Canadian Shovel & Tool Co., 
Ltd., 44.01; G. Cain, 30.00; M. A. Carleton, 250.00; F. Carpenter, 15.90; Carter 
Bros., 15.08; E. Carson, 170.00; Cassidy's, Ltd., 11.53; F. Chappel, 133.00; W. 
L. Christmas & Son, 73.41; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 38.67; J. J. 
Cochrane, 18.60; H. Cole, 48.00; R. L. Collins, 24.29; E. D. Colver, 375.00; L. 
Colwell, 11.20; H. Cooper, 37.50; Cooper & Granville, 20.00; Commercial Oil 
Co., 21.75; Copeland Milling Co., 945.31; J. A. Coutts, 195.25; Mrs. G. T 
Coulson, 28.85; Corrugated Paper Box Co., Ltd., 18.15; Cox & Andrews, 25.60; 
Crane, Ltd., 344.76; R. Cridland, 68.25; E. A. Cuff, 50.60; W. L. Davidson, 
101.40; W. H. Dayton, 178.46; A. S. Dedrick, 202.36; G. Devenford, 30.00; H. 
Dike & Sons, 10.75; Dominion Rubber Co., Ltd., 10.70; Dominion Stores, Ltd., 
227.09; W. E. Downey, 75.00; P. Drake, 26.00; G. Durnford, 44.70; T. Eaton 
Co., Ltd., 26.70; E. B. Eddy Co., Ltd., 25.15; Electric Shop, 44.81; Espanola 



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Reforestation — Continued 

Camp Supplies, Provisions, etc. — Continued 

Trading Co., 61.71; Eureka Planting Co., Ltd., 126.26; Fairgrieve & Son, Ltd., 
21.60; S. A. Fay, 496.76; R. Ferrier, 11.19; Ferrier Wire Goods Co., 37.50; Fibre 
Boxes, Ltd., 272.81; Firstbrook Boxes, Ltd., 253.12; Fisher Flour Mills, 188.70; 
F. J. Frankcom, 25.00; Frost Steel & Wire, Co. Ltd., 1,305.27; R. J. Gamble, 
54.75; L. Gamsby, 11.22; Garner-Stevens Manufacturing Co., 60.52; A. A. 
Garvin, 41.80; General Steel Wares, Ltd., 256.34; H. George, 28.00; J. J. Gilfillan, 
19.96; Goold, Shapley & Muir Co., Ltd., 66.46; Graham Nail & Wire Products, 
Ltd., 80.61; Grant-Holden-Graham, Ltd., 357.80; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 
295.23; W. & J. G. Greey, Ltd., 479.98; A. N. Haddad, 121.27; C. E. Hadden, 
105.74; F. J. Hall, 36.80; R. B. Hall, 31.06; W. J. Hall, 133.50; Halliday Co., 
Ltd., 141.50; J. D. Halton, 56.50; E. Hammond, 890.91; T. E. Harley, 26.34; 
Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., 43.38; Hartwell Bros., 52.96; W. S. Hatton, 63.83; 
J. D. Hatton, 1,692.24; S. H. Hayes, 42.71; W. Hein, 90.00; J. Henry & Son, 
216.75; Hinde & Dauch Paper Co., 193.46; Hircock Bros., 62.00; Hoar Transport, 
Ltd., 75.00; M. J. Hogan, 16.61; J. Holden, 89.94; J. A. Holgate & Son, 32.50; 
Holman Leather Goods Co., 92.65; J. A. Hoover, 160.84; H. S. Howland Sons & 
Co., Ltd., 54.84; W. Howie, 24.58; Hubbard's Hardware, 1,660.54; Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission, 200.46; Instruments, Ltd., 13.00; E. H. Jackson 
Co., Ltd., 40.21; W. W. Jacob, 30.00; Jem Rubber Co., Ltd., 10.95; W. H. 
Jewell, 456.72; W. H. Johnson & Son, 170.40; F. E. Johnson & Co., 338.08; J. 
Kirk, 41.70; R. W. Knister, 12.00; G. Knupp, 22.41; Lafrance Fire Engine & 
Foamite, Ltd., 84.16; W. A. Lambert, 11.10; P. Lang, 11.20; K. Lapalm, 22.50; 
W. S. Lapp, 30.25; O. Laroque & Son, 446.25; J. Leckie, Ltd., 27.51; A. T. 
Leedham, 109.45; E. Long, Ltd., 268.81; J. M. Lovelace, 61.80; W. A. Lowe & 
Son, 60.09; Lundy Fence Co., Ltd., 96.86; C. Lytton, 93.00; McCall & Co., 
5,430.51; McClellan & Co., Ltd., 1,296.74; H. B. McCready, 61.90; McFarlane 
Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 18.00; S. E. McGirr, 47.23; W. J. McGuire, Ltd., 
301.67; T. L. Martin, 228.50; Masco Co., Ltd., 705.50; Maw Bros., 98.70; J. H. 
Meredith, 92.50; Metallic Roofing Co. of Canada, Ltd., 350.83; A. Middlebrook, 
349.29; A. Miller, 100.00; Miner Rubber Co., Ltd., 16.05; A. Moffatt, 604.39; 
B. Moore & Co., Ltd., 12.74; J. Morrison Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 464.01; 
J. Muir, 11.00; J. Murray, 26.40; A. Murray & Co., Ltd., 174.19; National 
Grocers Co., Ltd., 659.76; National Sewer Pipe Co., Ltd., 88.34; W. Neill, 
22.50; W. J. Noden, 34.95; Norfolk Co. Operative Co., Ltd., 104.61; Northern 
Electric Co., Ltd., 684.28; Mrs. J. Ones, 10.25; Ontario Bridge Co., Ltd., 52.90; 
Ontario Wind Engine Pump Co., Ltd., 200.00; Orono Coal & Lumber Co., 
380.02; Mrs. R. Orr, 20.57; Oshawa Lumber Co., Ltd., 194.71; Otton Hardware 
Co., 36.36; A. Paddison, 35.00; F. A. Partner, 93.00; Pease Foundry Co., Ltd., 
809.01; Pedlar People, Ltd., 1,524.23; W. F. Petry, 608.14; H. W. Petrie, Ltd., 
31.60; Peterborough Canoe Co., Ltd., 22.00; T. D. Pierce, 165.77; Port Rowan 
Brick & Tile Co., 15.75; H. F. Prelipp, 451.10; Queen City Glass Co., Ltd., 41.34; 
Queen's Hotel, South River, 39.00; Rankin's Grocery, 29.93; Ratcliffe & Ovey, 
14.00; J. F. Raw Co., Ltd., 56.21; Richards Glass Co., Ltd., 11.40; J. Robertson 
Co., Ltd., 18.10; Robinson Hardware, 54.35; Rolph Hardware, 1,069.60; H. 
Russell, 40.00; Sargeant Co., Ltd., 1,036.72; Sawyer-Massey, Ltd., 50.00; L. L. 
Scott, 58.35; A. E. Shank, 11.55; H. Shakman, 15.00; D. Shaw, 96.00; Sherwin- 
Williams Co. of Canada, Ltd., 246.09; H. R. Simes, 113.97; Singer Sewing 
Machine Co., 35.00; R. Simpson Co., Ltd., 41.00; Skinner Irrigation Co., 314.94; 
H. A. Smith, 670.61; N. Smith Belting Works, 24.78; South River Trading Co., 
Ltd., 403.15; Steel Co. of Canada, Ltd., 68.81; J. Stewart, 24.00; D. Stewart, 
70.69; Sturgeons, Ltd., 867.79; Swift-Canadian Co., Ltd., 114.45; C. Tarling 
Map Mounting Co., 18.35; L. S. Tarshis & Sons, 120.50; E. Taylor, 26.28; Taylor- 
Forbes Co., Ltd., 25.48; Taylor Instruments Cos., 223.01; Teeswater Lightning 
Rod Co., 33.66; E. Thomas, 67.20; J. Thomson, 11.90; Tolhurst & Neidraner, 
40.00; Universal Lightning Rod Co., 170.05; Uxbridge Hardware Co., Ltd., 
42.23; Urry Bros., 25.65; G. Vickers, Ltd., 12.60; Wagner Electric Manufacturing 
Co., Ltd., 472.48; W. Walker & Son, Ltd., 225.42; L. Walkinshaw, 11.25; C. 
Wattie, 120.00; Mrs. M. L. Watts, 230.78; Watson-Jack & Co., Ltd., 1,261.45; 
Webster Electric Co., 19.43; W r est Toronto Iron & Building Supply Co., 315.87; 
Wickett & Craig, Ltd., 15.00; A. R. Williams Machinery Co., Ltd., 62.46; H. S. 
Wilson, 51.32; Wisconsin Moss Co., 527.40; Wood, Alexander & James, Ltd., 
41.98; Woods Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 1,611.05; H. W. Wood, 11.50; petty 
disbursements, 360.98 57,621 22 

Property. — Cooper & Brodie, legal services, 65.47; J. Post, land, 300.00; Registry 

Office, Barrie, searches, 10.33 375 80 

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Miscellaneous.— Bank of Nova Scotia, interest, etc., 56.10; Canadian Press Clipping 
Service, clippings, 80.64; A. Collwell, rent of truck, 129.00; Crosswell Bros., rent 
of canoe, 10.75; Eastman Kodak Stores, Ltd., timers, etc., 20.21; Elliott Music 
Stores, records, etc., 12.50; Film & Slide Co. of Canada, Ltd., lamps, slides, etc., 
635.73; Gait Chemical Products, Ltd., chemicals, 15.00; J. J. Gilfillan, drugs, etc., 
94.68; Haldimand Rural Telephone Co., Ltd., shares of stock, 50.00; Huntsville 
Forester, advertising, 15.12; Hydro-Electric Power Commission, light, etc., 
3,723.50; King's Printer, 4,404.34; F. E. Macartney, garage rent, 96.00; McConnel 
& Ferguson, advertising, 2,870.15; Midland Steam Laundry Co., Ltd., laundry, 
147.96; Monkman Drug Store, first aid equipment, etc., 13.09; M. T. Neville, 
rent, 10.00; New Method Laundry, laundry, 12.11; Nipissing Laundry Co., Ltd., 
cleaning blankets, 16.65; Northern Advance, advertising, 10.00; North Bay 
Nugget, advertising, 25.20; Ontario School Trustees and Ratepayers' Association, 
advertising, 65.00; Orillia News Letter, advertising, 11.00; Orillia Packet-Times 
Press, Ltd., advertising, 21.84; Pay list, wages of men, 2,749.16; Pembroke 
Standard Observer, advertising, 51.15; Postmaster (Toronto), directory, 20.00; 
Province of Ontario Pictures, films, etc., 34.00; Spanish River Lumber Co., 
Ltd., rent, 60.00; Toronto Stamp & Stencil Works, Ltd., tags, 15.00; Toronto 
Typewriter Co., rental, 38.50; M. Tuomi, hire of tractor, 87.00; United Type- 
writer Co., Ltd., repairs, etc., 19.62; L. Unger Estate, rent, 250.00; Walker Press, 
Ltd., advertising, 100.00. Sundries — cartage, 491.34; customs duty, 69.53; 
express, 3,878.82; freight, 4,796.90; postage, 206.88; telegrams, 54.21; telephone, 
613.90; petty disbursements, 156.58 26,239 16 

Fire Ranging ($2,215,838.56) 

Wm. R. Maxwell. . . . Director of Air Service 12 months 

P. McEwen District Forester. 

A. B. Connell 

J. H. McDonald. . .. 

H. W. Crosbie 

C. E. Foote " 

K. A. Stewart " 

F. A. MacDougall. . . " 

W. D. Cram 

N. M. Kensit " 

W. B. Greenwood ... " 

E. S. Davison " 

R. D. L. Snow 

Wm. A. Hooper " 

J. R. B. Coleman. ... " 

R. Boultbee 

R. F. Goodall 

E. L. Ward 

T. E. Mackey Assistant Forester 

M. Ardenne 

F. Hamilton Fire Inspector. . . . 

W. D. Pigott " 

J. Kirkpatrick Stock Clerk 



Rangers pay list 700,672 50 

Air Service pay list 212,030 3& 



Travelling Expenses. — Sundry Rangers, 54,598.48; Sundry Rangers, 

Air Service, 24,375.38 78,973 86 



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912,702 88 



Camp Supplies and Equipment. — Abitibi Power 8c Paper Co., Ltd., 59.00; B. F. 
Ackerman Son & Co., Ltd., 24.08; Acme Timber Co., Ltd., 14.30; C. T. Adams 
& Co., 47.92; Mrs. K. G. Graham, 76.23; Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 275.74; 
E. O. Allen, 80.46; W. L. Allen, 54.36; Amalgamated Electric Corporation, Ltd., 
46.26; American Oil & Paint Co., 23.93; A. Anderson, 11.65; Anderson Boat Co., 
Ltd., 4,639.25; G. Andrews, 44.10; Arco Co., Ltd., 344.30; F. C. Armstrong 
Estate, 164.48; J. Armstrong, 501.99; O. Asselin, 14.13; Austin & Nicholson. 
Ltd., 324.84; T Bacon & Co., Ltd., 84.00; H. J. Baldwin, 684.86; S. Ball, 14.19; 
Bannon Bros., 37.45; Barry's Bay Lumber Co., Ltd., 68.80; J. H. Beamish, 



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Camp Supplies and Equipment — Continued 

5,317.19; W. Beatty Co., Ltd., 565.83; W. Beatty Estate, 77.49; A. Beauparlant, 
243.40; Beauchesne Bros., 36.38; J. Belanger, 17.33; H. H. Bell, 80.00; G. Benger, 
1,153.23; Bergman & Nelson, 16.00; J. O. Bernier, 25.00; J. Bois, 127.06; T. A. 
Boland, 127.77; J. R. Booth, Ltd., 29.50; J. S. Box & Son, 56.67; D. Boyd, 28.10; 
H. E. Braden, 346.78; I. B. Bradley, 69.13; F. Y. W. Braithwaite, 698.08; V. 
Brisson, 420.59; F. Brohm, 38.81; A. H. Brunne, 86.52; Buck & Avery, 13.25; 
W. T. Bush, 61.20; F. G. Burke, 31.00; Burwash Industrial Farm, 76.99; F. C. 
Campbell, 12.20; M. C. Campbell & Co., 736.21 ; R. S. Campbell, 565.00; Campbell 
& Gibbon, 304.40; Campbell Heating Co., 168.90; Cameron-Heap Co., Ltd., 
718.18; Canada Paint Co., Ltd., 93.45; Canadian Department Stores, Ltd., 22.51; 
Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., 2,308.84; Canadian General Electric Co., 
Ltd., 50.75; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 553.98; Canadian Pacific Railway, 35.96; 
Canadian Packing Co., Ltd., 435.33; Canadian Power & Paper Corporation, 
109.99; Canadian Shovel & Tool Co., Ltd., 316.70; Canadian Wire & Cable Co., 
Ltd., 135.88; A. D. Cardwell Manufacturing Corporation, 295.40; J. F. Card, 
48.62; Carpenter-Hixon Co., 15.00; H. Carr, 14.40; Central Meat Market, 19.60; 
Central Patricia Mines, Ltd., 11.18; Central Tent & Awning Co., 57.65; G. D. 
Charbonneau, 115.43; H. Cheyne, 271.68; H. B. Christilaw, 271.08; Christoff & 
Co., 49.83; E. Closs, 15.69; Cockburn & Archer, 1,499.60; Cochrane-Dunlop 
Hardware, Ltd., 8,894.99; W. C. Cochrane, 120.18; Cockburn Mercantile, Ltd., 
26.14; Coleman Lamp & Stove Co., Ltd., 17.16; Coleman & Priest, 16.50; R. L. 
Collins, 332.38; Mrs. A. Commands, 15.20; D. Connelly, 271.03; Connelly & 
Mewitt, 82.55; Consumers Trading Co., 32.46; Consumers Co-Operative Store 
Co., Ltd., 22.20; Continental Wood Products Co., Ltd., 1,372.19; H. Coolican, 
13.50; Corning Glass Works, 30.88; F. Cosco, 469.36; W.Cote, 11.55; J.Cousineau, 
28.33; J. B. Coulombe, 12.65; A. Cowie, 115.33; W. H. Craig, 30.00; Craig Bros., 
150.98; Crane Lumber Co., Ltd., 98.00; Crosswell Bros., 416.88; P. N. Dalseg, 
42.45; M. Daneff, 573.64; E. D. Daoust, 83.80; J. J. Darlington, 40.65; Day 
Lumber Co., Ltd., 152.06; R. Delamater, 51.64; J. Derue, 43.01; T W. Desjardin, 
45.00; Devine & Legree, 46.18; Diamond State Fibre Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
175.68; H. E. Dodds, Ltd., 203.00; Dominion Paint Works, Ltd., 26.23; Dominion 
Stores, Ltd., 178.77; Dominion Wire Rope Co., Ltd., 91.25; J. Dowling, 27.00; 
J. Downing & Windsor, 10.61; I. J. Downey & Sons, 35.16; Dryden Lumber Co., 
Ltd., 37.51; Dubilier Condenser Corporation, 372.99; P. A. Duff, Ltd., 34.80; 
D. Duff, 64.37; Dunn Hardware Co., Ltd., 10,105.68; M. Dzyngel, 164.28; J. 
East Co., Ltd., 827.40; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 461.82; H. H. Eby Manufacturing 
Co., Inc., 25.12; F. Edwards, 383.65; H. Edwards, 373.87; Electric Specialty 
Co., 1,787.74; J. R. Elliott, 110.98; Elma Supply Co., 103.15; Empire Coal & 
Lumber Co., Ltd., 61.25; Elsas Trading Co., 10.60; Espanola Trading Co., 
125.19; Evans Co., Ltd., 696.00; Fairway Stores, 328.48; G. E. Farlinger, 2,993.05; 
A. N. Fenn, 1,058.84; F. Findlay, 477.73; Findlay Bros. Co., Ltd., 247.05; 
D. Flanagan, 36.00; Flint Paint & Varnish, Ltd., 270.14; Flockhart Bros., 
41.60; R. Foster, 929.89; Fowler Hardware Co., Ltd., 511.43; D. M. Fraser, 
Ltd., 222.05; G. M. French, Ltd., 227.38; A. Fredman, 25.00; G. Gagnon, 
19.14; Gastmeier & Co., 73.10; J. Gauthier, 915.25; P. Gauthier, 14.93; J. A. 
Geddes, 65.76; Gem Electric Shop, 23.59; D. Gemmill, 175.00; A. Gerard, 
10.13; G. Gerrard, 22.00; C. Gillespie, 20.00; J. Giroux, 13.00; J. A. Glazier, 
217.80; M. Goldner, 16.43; H. Goodman & Son, 97.93; Goold, Shapley & Muir 
Co., Ltd., 10.85; G. Gough, 58.29; Grant-Holden-Graham, Ltd., 9,543.20; A. 
Grant, 86.00; Graves, Bigwood & Co., 15.00; Gregory, Greek & Co., Ltd., 1,159.61 ; 
Grenville Crushed Rock Co., Ltd., 22.70; Greenwood Electric & Hardware, 
416.70; T. Grigg, 33.45; J. P. Gutoski, 24.50; G. Hackett, 198.01; A. N. Haddad, 
130.83; A. Hall, Ltd., 177.75; Halliday Co., Ltd., 917.96; W. Hannah, 12.50; J. 
Harju, 414.78; Harris Abattoir (Western), Ltd., 2,055.35; Haverluck & Kovai, 
30.75; J. A. Hawkins, 154.38; Hawk Lake Lumber Co., Ltd., 151.66; Hayward 
Lumber & Tile Co., Ltd., 20.00; Hearst Lumber Co., Ltd., 149.61 ; L. O. Hedlund, 
20.00; F. Heino, 10.55; Hesson Lumber Co., Ltd., 253.20; Hill-Clark-Francis, 
Ltd., 2,168.33; Hinsperger Harness Co., Ltd., 1,004.09; Hobson-Gauthier, Ltd., 
47.49; Hogarth Coal Co., Ltd., 84.00; H. O. Holden, 212.10; S. M. Holstain, 
25.14; Hope Lumber Co., Ltd., 91.76; A. Hopkins, 75.75; Hose Hardware Co., 
721.75; H. S. Howland Sons & Co., Ltd., 376.65; Howie Gold Mines, Ltd., 28.09; 
Hudson's Bay Co., 4,778.88; B. D. Huggard, 169.54; D. S. Humphrey, 204.02; 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 80.74; G. E. Hymes, 53.62; International 
Paints (Canada), Ltd., 571.01; International Resistance Co., 21.10; Instruments, 
Ltd., 1,423.13; Jackson-Manion Mines, Ltd., 25.50; H. H. Joanisse Hardware, 



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77.03; Johnson & Co., 2,690.86; Johnson & Carlbom, 28.00; D. Johnston & Son, 
31.30; P. R. Jones, 63.15; Kapuskasing Supply Co., Ltd., 873.74; J. Keane, 35.75; 
T. Keating, 49.95; Keewatin Lumber Co., Ltd., 7,145.16; J. Kelby, 60.56; J. 
Kelly, 19.50; Kelly & Kimberley, 552.18; Kena Stores, 1,252.08; F. Kennedy, 
23.00; Town of Kenora, 257.34; Kermath Manufacturing Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
354.33; Keuffel & Esser Co., 484.93; Keyes Hardware, Ltd., 419.29; C. T. Kidd, 
57.29; N. King, 22.50; C. Kleinsteuber, 36.86; E. A. Klose, 42.05; J. Knight, 
16.50; E. Knudsen, 17.21; E. A. Kohl, 262.19; J. Kron & Son, 34.15; Kurz & 
Kasch Co., 11.46; A. Labbe, 82.08; Laberge Lumber Co., Ltd., 368.57; J. Lacasse, 
137.40; J. B. La Croix, 20.65; J. A. Laflamme, 37.88; Lake Traverse Camp, 
58.22; T. Langevin, 13.00; Langstaffe, Schrug & Co., Ltd., 20.57; J. A. Lapalme, 
174.47; J. H. La Roche & Co., 10.46; O. Laroque & Sons, 26.02; J. A. Lablanc, 
115.21; J. Leckie, Ltd., 2,261.09; A. Legris, 69.78; H. M. Legris, 25.05; L. 
Lejambe, 32.95; A. E. Lidke, 38.00; Lindstrom & Nilson, 366.46; H. T. Lloyd, 
112.70; Longlac Tourist Outfitting Co., 316.73; Lundy Fence Co., Ltd., 423.12; 
L. McCloskey, 332.19; J. McColl, 37.48; T. McCormick, 18.95; J. H. McDonald, 
445.04; H. R. McGill, 24.55; McGill Hardware, Ltd., 2,466.07; Mcintosh Grain 
& Feed Co., 11.03; R. C. Mclver, 27.00; McKay & Sons, 16.80; A. McKechnie, 
191.24; M. F. McKay, 141.82; B. R. McKenzie, Ltd., 53.55; W. McKirdy & 
Sons, 179.05; McLarty Bros., 294.00; D. McLellan, 1,150.94; M. E. McNulty, 
75.00; McNaught Lumber Co., Ltd., 152.73; J. S. L. McRae, 110.15; Mac's Blue 
Bird Groceteria, 373.31; A. A. J. MacDonald, 372.20; J. R. MacDonald, 34.54; 
MacDonald's Consolidated, Ltd., 1,408.92; MacLean Grocery, 97.38; J. M. 
MacPherson, 40.78; Mageau Lumber Co., Ltd., 1,077.81; J. W. Magnus Co., 
93.90; L. A. Maki, 339.65; Manitoba Bridge & Iron Works, Ltd., 16.50; Marshall- 
Wells Co., Ltd., 823.07; Marshall-Ecclestone, Ltd., 115.07; Marshay Lumber 
Co., 82.08; H. Martin, 100.00; A. A. Mask, 23.25; J. A. Mathieu, Ltd., 64.81; 
J. Maxwell, 13.10; C. Melor, 39.90; F. Menzie, 22.70; Mercier & Shirley, 30.65; 
Metallic Roofing Co. of Canada, Ltd., 1,985.21; Mickle Dyment & Son, 108.60; 
J. P. Millar & Son, 109.88; A. Millings, 39.37; J. C. Moffatt, 22.46; J. B. Moore, 
28.51; Moore Bros., 19.49; A. Morel, 36.25; W. L. Morrisey, 16.38; H. Morrow, 
32.00; Morrow & Beatty, Ltd., 124.20; D. Moyer, 11.00; C. Wr Mullett, 79.00; 
H. L. Mundell, 908.43; A. L. Murray, 59.74; C. D. Murray, 41.50; J. Murray, 
814.15; Murray & Omanique Lumber Co., 540.87; Muskoka & Parry Sound 
Telephone Co., 10.80; E. Myers, 27.70; Myles & Son, 146.32; Nakina Bakery, 
176.22; Nakina Fur & Supply Co., 1,790.82; National Company, 28.22; National 
Grocers Co., Ltd., 63.60; National Show Case Co., Ltd., 135.50; Neale & Heath, 
4,902.23; C. L. Newton, 11.00; New Liskeard Brick Works, 17.94; J. W. Nicholson, 
159.75; Nipissing Electric Supply Co., Ltd., 105.83; Noelville Trading Co., 16.44; 
Northern Builders Supply Co., 114.14; Northern Canada Supply Co., Ltd., 
3,567.24; Northern Coal & Wood Co., 105.00; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 
29,412.91; Northland Grocers, Ltd., 1,195.94; M. O'Connor, 37.86; Office 
Specialty Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 80.83; S. Onerheim, 241.77; F. Ostler, 56.32; 
G. Ostler, 414.49; Pakesley Lumber Co., Ltd., 52.34; J. L. Parent, 57.25; C. R. 
Parker, 4,033.15; Peerless Hardware, 108.59; A. L. Perkins & Co., 270.33; P. 
Perlin, 2,323.93; H. W. Petrie, Ltd., 68.40; W. F. Petry, 12.51; Peterborough 
Canoe Co., 1,502.96; Pigeon Timber Co., Ltd., 150.95; E. Pillow, 784.86; A. Pitt, 
Ltd., 111.64; Mrs. P. Plotz, 33.80; T. Pocklington Co., 373.95; Porter & Co., 
635.35; O. E. Post, 454.64; Poupore Lumber Co., Ltd., 562.79; Powassan Planing 
Mills, 316.71; Pratt & Shanacy, Ltd., 158.88; Provincial Paper Co., Ltd., 633.40; 
Quality Meat & Grocery Co., 2,285.17; C. Quedette, 27.50; O. Quenette, 32.00; 
J. Quinn, 15.75; B. H. Rands, 2,940.48; Rankin's Grocery, 774.43; Rashotte 
Bros., 239.41; J. F. Raw Co., Ltd., 79.00; Red Lake Transport Co., Ltd., 66.50; 
Redditt General Store, 751.73; Red Wing Motor Co., 46.00; Reed & Thompson, 
462.32; Revillon Freres Trading Co., Ltd., 128.85; W. Richmond & Co., 62.40; 
J. W. Richardson, 49.89; A. Rick, 17.50; Richards, Wilcox Canadian Co., Ltd., 
255.88; River Valley Hotel, 55.60; J. Robert, 379.89; M. Rogers, 111.24; D. Roy, 
48.56; H. Ryder, 53.00; N. Salo, 62.40; F. Sanderson, 850.00; Sangamo Electric 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., 29.85; Mrs. A. Sangster, 101.60; C. Schultz, 156.60; D. W. 
Scott, 35.70; Searchmont Lumber Co., Ltd., 164.93; L. Seguin & Fils, 137.21; 
A. V. J. Selkirk, 407.63; H. A. Sells, 22.62; C. Shamass, 41.49; Shankman Bros., 
266.33; Shaw Chemical Co., 42.00; Shevlin-Clark Co., Ltd., 1,482.18; Signal 
Electric Manufacturing Co., 24.10; Mrs. E. Simms, 22.00; C. Sims, 15.00; J. A. 
Simmers, Ltd., 32.02; R. Simpson Co., Ltd., 936.55; T. C. Simpson, Ltd., 278.45; 
D. Smith, 24.00; R. M. Smith, 67.50; Smith & Chappie, Ltd., 146.81; Soo Lumber 



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& Mill Co., Ltd., 481.63; Spanish River Lumber Co., 145.73; Spruce Falls Power 
& Paper Co., 118.98; Standard Planing Mill & Lumber Co., Ltd., 92.40; Steel 
Equipment Co., Ltd., 61.00; O. Stein, 18.00; Mrs. M. J. Stephens, 14.05; G. 
Stephens, 117.50; D. G. Stewart, 62.80; Stewart & Wood, Ltd., 97.00; J. W. 
Stone Boat Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 6,374.33; Sudbury Boat & Canoe Co., 
998.59; Sudbury Construction & Machinery Co., 32.41; Superior Manufacturing 
Co., Ltd., 11.80; R. Sweeney, 19.40; Swift-Canadian Co., Ltd., 6,024.02; M. 
Sykes, 51.00; Tapp & Hobbs, 18,247.25; G. Taylor Hardware, Ltd., 11.55; 
Taylor & Tackaberry, 50.30; R. B. Tennant & Co., 372.56; Thompson, Ltd., 
18.89; Thordarson Electric Manufacturing Co., 315.25; Thunder Bay Lumber 
Co., Ltd., 5,744.19; F. Tiplady, 57.86; Toronto Asphalt Roofing Manufacturing 
Co., Ltd., 238.18; Tourtellot Hardware Co., Ltd., 245.77; Tweed Hardware, 
229.36; D. Udy, 43.04; L. Vaillancourt, 143.92; A. Vick, 277.62; Wabi Iron 
Works, Ltd., 15.50; Waldhoff Farmers Co-Operative Club, 11.10; Watchorn & 
Co., Ltd., 1,260.48; J. Watson, 14.43; Watson & Lloyd, 1,169.44; Mrs. C. Weaver, 
332.67; Wells Hardware Co., Ltd., 216.76; Western Grocers, Ltd., 12,566.66; 
S. A. Wheeler, 167.84; W. Whistle, 116.80; White & Plaunt, Ltd., 117.58; Williams 
Hardware Co., 3,403.17; A. R. Williams Machinery Co., Ltd., 12.73; Wilson 
Bros., 49.41; J. Winterbottom, 32.71; J. Wood, 48.68; Woods Manufacturing 
Co., Ltd., 4,626.33; Wright Furniture Co., Ltd., 151.75; C. J. Wright, 103.45; 
J. L. Yelle Coal & Ice Co., 105.25; J. Yench, 11.13; Yaxley Manufacturing Co., 
42.48; petty disbursements, 674.00 265,234 17 

Auto Trucks, Aeroplanes, Repairs and Supplies. — Aero Products, Inc., 12.68; E. A. 
Allcut, 48.00; Aluminum VI., Ltd., 13.08; Anderson Boat Co., Ltd., 35.13; M. 
Armstrong, 37.95; F. C. Armstrong Estate, 11.45; Austin & Nicholson, Ltd., 
63.11; Auto Electric Service Co., Ltd., 13.88; J. Barr, 109.25; Battery Service 
Station, 18.50; Bay City Machine Works, 61.85; J. H. Beamish, 58.00; J. 
Beaulieu, 39.00; Berini Motor Sales, 70.60; P. Bertrand, 14.00; O. Blais & Co., 
38.23; Blind River Garage, 2,551.45; A. M. Blumkia, 13.90; R. E. Briscoe, 35.75; 
G. Bucciarelli, 169.16; Burgess Battery Co., 59.19; A. A. Burk & Co., 213.68; 
E. D. Calvert, 12.80; Campbell's Garage, 35.55; Campbell Heating Co., 19.90; 
Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., 2,772.18; Canadian Johnson Motor Co., 
Ltd., 1,136.23; Canadian Oil Co., Ltd., 5,900.87; Chambers & Cooke, Ltd., 
145.19; Chevrolet Sales & Service Station, 143.72; D. A. Clark, 70.85; D. W. 
Clayton, 76.65; Cobalt Foundry, 11.40; Cochrane Machine Works, 133.46; A. 
Cowie, 10.25; W. R. Curry, 28.59; Dacre Garage, 13.95; Darling's Garage, 
2,323.57; W. T. Davis, 15.35; Davison's Garage, 258.11; Department of Public 
Highways, 388.95; Desbarats Garage, 47.59; W. D. Dickson, 60.00; Dingwall 
Motors, 951.09; Dougall Motor Car Co., 442.00; Doyle's Garage, 16.19; Dunlop 
Tire & Rubber Goods Co., Ltd., 153.99; Durance Bros. & Co., 1,354.67; Durrant 
Motors of Canada, Ltd., 1,758.58; Edward's Garage, 81.85; Elk Lake Garage & 
Machine Works, 1,169.09; Englehart Motor Sales, 11.25; Espanola Garage, 
86.04; Exide Batteries of Canada, Ltd., 735.15; Fairway Stores, 17.50; Fensom's 
Garage, 69.34; Fort Frances Service Station, 86.06; D. M. Fraser, Ltd., 538.77; 
Garage Supply Co., Ltd., 240.39; Gardner's Garage, 222.23; Get Gas, Ltd., 
502.19; Gibson Garage, 1,480.94; F. Goddard, 12.25; Goddard's Garage, 10.10; 
G. E. Graham, 25.50; Grain Port Motors, Ltd., 317.68; R. Grellier, 10.50; Groves 
Motor Sales, 11.00; Hearst Garage, 1,077.46; T. A. Heye, 13.35; Howie Gold 
Mines, Ltd., 16.00; Hudson's Bay Co., 294.82; J. K. Hughes, Ltd., 48.66; Imperial 
Oil, Ltd., 14,845.24; H. H. Joanisse, 33.07; Kapuskasing Garage, 109.69; Kapus- 
kasing Supply Co., 30.92; Kawartha Garage, 12.35; Keen's Service Station, 82.06 
Kermath Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 13.48; Keyes Supply Co., Ltd., 259.90; C. T 
Kidd, 51.15; H. & D. La France, 21.70; Lafrance Tire & Battery Service, 273.13 
Lesage Motor Sales, 2,598.05; Link Belt, Ltd., 73.51; Lock City Motors, 45.85 
Lynch Auto Sales Co., Ltd., 967.81; L. McCloskey, 345.00; McColl Bros., Ltd. 
133.13; McColl-Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd., 1,088.41; McDonald's Garage, 12.00 
R. McGarvey, 77.24; McGill Hardware, Ltd., 3,664.30; B. R. McKenzie, Ltd. 
35.70; M. V. McKey, 21.04; J. W. McKinley, 20.09; McKinley Hardware Co. 
651.39; McLeod Garage, 4,445.21; J. McVey, 1,015.70; R. MacDonald, 46.19 
J. M. MacPherson, 28.58; Marshall Motor Car Co., Ltd., 912.29; Matheson 
Garage, 100.30; E. Maxwell & Sons, 14.73; Merrill, Rhind & Walmsley, 45.72 
Milne's Garage, 26.15; Monarch Oil Co., Ltd., 3,083.40; J. B. Moore, 34.95; W 
L. Morrissey, 12.70; National Auto Sales, 63.49; Nicholson's Tire Surgery 
211.87; North Bay Garage, 1,827.95; North Star Oil, Ltd., 374.40; Northern 



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Auto Co., 55.65; Northern Foundry & Machine Co., Ltd., 80.00; Ontario Hughes- 
Owens Co., Ltd., 45.59; G. Ostler, 60.20; Ottawa Valley Motor Co., 62.69; Parry 
Sound Motors, 68.84; J. Patterson, 11.93; Pellow's Garage & Tire Service, 12.00; 
Pembroke Service Garage, 446.99; Port Arthur Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., 11.55; 
Porter & Co., 17.74; O. E. Post, 107.05; Powassan Garage, 228.29; Prest-O-Lite 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., 83.44; Preston's Machine Shop, 10.91; Red Wing Motor 
Co., 69.77; R. Richard, 14.00; Scott Motor Sales, 435.63; Scythes & Co., Ltd., 
169.79; Scott's Boat Livery, 665.15; H. A. Sells, 13.15; R. C. Seller, 93.60; B. J. 
Snider, 46.96; Soo Garage, Ltd., 18.80; Star Service Co., 130.50; G. Stephens, 
200.87; J. St. Louis, 30.75; Sudbury Battery Service, 85.05; Sullivan Bros., 
13.52; P. Taylor, 13.30; Teck Motor Sales, 1,005.00; C. O. Thacker, 74.21; 
Tweed Garage, 61.69; Twinport Auto Sales, 2,188.25; A. Vick, 181.13; E. Volke, 
19.50; Wabi Iron Works, Ltd., 22.25; Walker Bros., 22.10; Watson, Jack & Co.. 
Ltd., 8,915.29; West & Co., 294.40; Western Oil Co., Ltd., 1,538.51; Willys 
Overland Sales Co., Ltd., 26.45; H. Williard, 49.35; Wilson Motor Sales, 1,082.43; 

A. R. Wood, 2,225.66; T. Woodside, 16.64; J. R. Young, 984.00; petty disburse- 
ments, 423.04. Algoma Steel Corporation, Ltd., 54.95; Aluminum VI., 

Ltd., 43.21; Amalgamated Carburetters, Ltd., 178.26; Auto Starter Co., Ltd., 
80.00; Barton Devices Co., 150.00; Bennett & Elliott, Ltd., 157.09; Boeing 
Airplane Co., 83,636.52; S. F. Bowser Co., Ltd., 18.36; Canadian Fairbanks- 
Morse Co., Ltd., 758.58; Canadian Hanson & Van Winkle Co., 69.95; Canadian 
Johnston, Motor Co., Ltd., 94.84; Canadian Pratt-Whitney Aircraft, Ltd., 
36,571.14; Canadian Vickers, Ltd., 6,972.16; Canadian Wright Ltd., 404.05; C. 
J. Collins, 17,550.24; Coulter Copper & Brass Co., Ltd., 131.65; B. W. Deane & 
Co., Ltd., 116.00; De Haviland Aircraft of Canada, Ltd., 45,357.26; Delco Aviation 
Corporation, 787.58; Dominion Oxygen Co., Ltd., 67.65; Drummond, McCall 
Co., Ltd., 17.12; Ericson Aircraft, Ltd., 20.00; FyrFyter Co., 1,162.80; Greenfield 

• Tap & Die Corporation, Ltd., 52.98; Gutta Percha & Rubber, Ltd., 157.16; 
Hamilton Aero Manufacturing Co., 1,620.00; Hartzell Propellor Co., 643.58; 
Haverluck & Koval, 2,965.43; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 110,669.63; Janney Aircraft & 
Boats, Ltd., 70.00; Lakehead Engineering Co., 12.75; Lunkenheimer Co., 12.00; 
McLarty, Harten & Wiber, Ltd., 409.34; J. W. Magnus & Co., 720.22; Marshall 
Motor Car Co., Ltd., 48.85; Motor Meter Guage & Equipment Corporation, 
117.60; Northern Foundry & Machine Co., Ltd., 71.09; Ontario Hughes-Owens 
Co., Ltd., 445.31; Port Arthur Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., 170.00; Prest-O-Lite Co. 
of Canada, Ltd., 46.80; Pyrene Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 49.70; Red Lake 
Transport Co., Ltd., 1,260.00; Samuel & Benjamin, Ltd., 57.43; Soo Garage, Ltd., 
13.12; Tallman Brass & Metal Ltd., 63.32; Vellumoid Co., 46.80; Western 
Electrical Instruments Corporation, 16.64; A. R. Williams Machinery Co., Ltd., 
1,607.71; Willards Storage Battery Co., Ltd., 71.67; Wilkening Manufacturing 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., 32.66; Winks Service Station, 12.15; J. R. Young, 14,955.00; 
petty disbursements, 103.33 420,112 77 

Fire Fighting Equipment, Hangers, etc. — Baldwin International Radio of Canada, 
Ltd., 109.20; Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., 12,335.54; Canadian General 
Electric Co., Ltd., 1,103.98; S. P. Caven, 177.25; DeHaviland Aircraft of Canada 
Ltd., 13.50; Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co., Ltd., 2,225.67; Fyr Fyter Co. 
111.45; General Radio Co., 31.69; Goold, Shapley & Muir Co., Ltd., 10,465.37 
W. R. Jackson & Co., 173.28; Kermath Manufacturing Co. of Canada, Ltd. 
1,421.47; Kurz-Kasch Co., 17.70; Lakehead Engineering Co., 13.45; H. M 
McCauley, 87.00; National Co., Inc., 19.08; W. O'Brien, 81.00; W. Peters, 51.00 

B. H. Rands, 625.00; J. Steel, 84.00; St. Lawrence Engine Co., Ltd., 28.93 
Watson-Jack & Co., Ltd., 111,926.62; A. R. Williams Machinery Co., Ltd. 
106.90; petty disbursements, 13.60. Algoma Steel Corporation 
44.48; Allegheny Steel Co., 14.35; Austin & Nicholson, Ltd., 148.95; F. W 
Bacon & Co., Ltd., 13.58; E. L. Bedford, 206.74; Bergman & Nelson, 727.25 
A. Boileau, 40.25; N. Boyer, 42.00; V. Brisson, 162.55; Canadian Decalcomania 
Co., Ltd., 35.22; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 26.24; Canadian Industries 
Ltd., 73.74; Carpenter-Hixon Co., Ltd., 664.66; Celestin Des Groselliers, 13.30 
H. Cheyne, 319.46; J. A. Chantler & Co., Ltd., 19.50; Chicago Screw Co., 140.02 
Cochrane Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 2,532.13; Consumers Trading Co., 49.92 
W. H. Cooper & Co., 411.36; Day Lumber Co., 10.23; Day Sign Co., Ltd., 67.50 

C. Desgroselliers, 40.76; L. Doggett, 16.24; Dominion Rubber Co., Ltd., 44.04 
Dominion Wire Rope Co., Ltd., 186.57; I. J. Downey & Sons, 405.11; Dunn 
Hardware Co., Ltd., 456.17; Dustbane Products, Ltd., 12.00; J. East Co., Ltd., 



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135.25; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 55.50; Edwards Hardware, 35.00; G. E. Farlinger, 
103.10; V. T. Fillon, 17.20; Flockhart Bros., 40.13; Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., 
685.49; Fyr-Fyter Co., 54.45; Great Northern Gas Co., 167.14; W. M. Gutnik, 
11.85; Halliday Co., Ltd., 458.61; Haskelite Manufacturing Corporation, 373.91; 
Hawk Lake Lumber Co., Ltd., 15.60; Hearst Lumber Co., Ltd., 165.96; Hesson 
Lumber Co., Ltd., 766.50; Hill-Clark-Frances, Ltd., 193.75; Hinsperger Harness 
Co., Ltd., 1,166.02; Hose Hardware Co., 158.80; H. S. Howland Sons & Co., Ltd., 
108.86; Hudson's Bay Co., 145.94; International Paints (Canada), Ltd., 2,265.33 
International Varnish Co., Ltd., 656.49; L. J. Jodouin, 55.25; Johnson & Carlbom 
681.50; Kapuskasing Supply Co., Ltd., 326.13; Keewatin Lumber Co., Ltd. 
1,210.37; Kelly & Kimberley, 174.25; J. Kennedy, 27.00; Keyes Hardware, Ltd. 
1,186.12; Laberge Lumber Co., Ltd., 53.50; R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., Ltd. 
1,848.94; W. S. Leask, 42.19; J. Leckie, Ltd., 258.10; Lindstrom & Nilson, 12.38 
J. A. Link, 45.00; J. H. McDonald, 1,583.97; McLarty, Harton & Wilber, Ltd. 
334.50; McLarty Bros., 79.12; A. McMeekin, 13.00; N. MacDonald, 80.49; J 
Masse, 369.75; Marshall-Wells Co., Ltd., 14.75; J. A. Mathieu, Ltd., 706.60 
Mickle Dyment & Son, 20.60; Miller's, 14.70; Milton, Francis Lumber Co., Ltd. 
16.50; Munderloh & Co., Ltd., 87.56; Northern Bolt Screw & Wire Co., Ltd., 13.23 
Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 12.29; Northern Foundry & Machine Co., Ltd. 
84.36; Oakite Products, Inc., 411.48; J. O'Brien, 24.40; A. B. Ormsby Co., Ltd. 
31.37; H. J. Paul, 35.70; Peckover's, Ltd., 616.00; H. W. Petrie, Ltd., 96.94; P 
Perlin, 29.85; Peterborough Canoe Co., 61.00; J. C. Pinch, Ltd., 95.51; Poupore 



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Lumber Co., Ltd., 10.63; Pratt & Shanacy, Ltd., 86.24 
Engineering Corporation, Ltd., 14.28; B. H. Rands, 368.30 
Wood Co., Ltd., 38.15; Scythes & Co., Ltd., 308.29; Seno Sign Co., 34.20; T. C. 
Simpson, Ltd., 35.20; Smith & Chappie, 15.00; Soo Falls Brewing Co., Ltd., 
18.00; Soo Lumber & Mill Co., Ltd., 171.73; W. M. Sproule, 26.00; A. St. Dennis, 
40.00; Surface Combustion Co., 700.00; Tapp & Hobbs, 24.87; Taylor & 
Tackaberry, 219.00; Taylor Bros., 13.21; W. I. Thayer, 138.09; Thompson, Ltd., 
19.33; Thunder Bay Lumber Co., Ltd., 732.41; Ultra Fuzon Distributing Co., 
18.50; A. Vick, 63.00; Watson & Lloyd, 20.60; H. L. M. Weller & Co., 525.00; 
Wells Hardware Co., Ltd., 14.78; Wells & Emerson, 18.60; W. Whistle, 35.00; 
Williams Hardware Co., 465.61; Williams & Wilson, Ltd., 71.82; Wood, Alexander 
& James, Ltd., 104.18; Woods Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 1,467.60; petty disburse- 
ments, 165.88 172,665 78 

Purchase of Property.— H. J. Appel, 5.00; C. Collen, 100.00; H. F. Corbett, 1,112.00; 
T. Grieve, 250.00; J. A. Kenney, 1,213.15; W. Kyle, 50.00; Town of Latchford, 
60.00; Mageau Lumber Co., 1.00; Mrs. C. McGowan, 350.00; A. Racicot, 
100.00 3,241 15 

Garage and Office Rent, Water and Light.— Abitibi Power & Paper Co., Ltd., 
153.77; F. Anderson, 180.00; E. Armstrong, 30.00; J. O. Bernier, 39.00; Burns 
Transfer, 44.00; Canadian National Railways, 604.72; Chapleau Electric Light & 
Power Co., 28.05; Cochrane Public Utilities Commission, 47.21; Mrs. T. 
Cousineau, 42.00; F. Deagle, 26.78; Department of Public Works (Ottawa), 
682.50; Dennis Canadian Co., 50.00; Mrs. A. D. Dickson, 45.00; H. Elkington, 
50.00; J. Emery, 20.00; Empire Cafe, 300.00; Fensom's Garage, 22.00; Fort 
Frances Masonic Building Association, 105.00; Fort Frances Public Utilities 
Commission, 14.90; A. Galbraith, 30.00; J. W. Higgins, 20.00; Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission, 125.31; G. M. Ingram, 60.00; Jackson-Manion Mines, Ltd., 
165.00; J. R. Jones, 20.00; Town of Kapuskasing, 41.47; Town of Kenora, 45.39; 
Kerr & Co., 226.42; A. Labrecque, 451.75; Laflamme Bottling Works, Ltd., 
150.00; Mrs. T. Lafrance, 162.50; H. M. Legris, 120.00; P. Legros, 24.00; M. G. 
MacKay, 14.00; Marshay Lumber Co., Ltd., 12.58; Mrs. C. Martin, 750.00; 
Town of Matheson, 11.35; F. M. Miller, 15.00; City of North Bay, 17.12; Northern 
Ontario Power Co., Ltd., 32.17; Parry Sound Utilities Commission, 20.16; E. 
Pellow, 180.00; Pembroke Electric Light Co., Ltd., 29.84; H. Powell, 260.00; 
Port Arthur Public Utilities Commssion, 81.84; Mrs. E. Rawlinson, 24.00; F. D. 
Roberts, 76.66; Rothschilds & Co., Ltd., 1,100.00; J. Schiech, 15.00; L. & G. 
Seaman, 60.00; J. Servais, 420.00; Town of Sioux Lookout, 314.90; C. SufTern, 

90.00; J. Voldock, 20.00; A. O. Walters, 85.00; E. Weeks, 42.50. Great 

Northern Gas Co., 217.53; Kenora Public Utilities Department, 15.66; Port 
Arthur Public Utilities Commission, 37.43; A. W. Rowland, 150.00; Russell 
Timber Co., Ltd., 75.00; Town of Sioux Lookout, 565.70; Soo Water & Light 
Department, 1,680.89; S. A. Taylor, 75.00 10,616 10 



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Miscellaneous. — Algoma Central and H.B. Railway, lease of land, pole rental, etc., 
550.50; Acme Drug Co., Ltd., acid, films, etc., 33.89; Acme Laundry, laundry, 
73.35; C. T. Adams & Co., acids, drugs, etc., 22.21; Algoma Air Transport, Ltd., 
flying, 2,179.16; Algoma Eastern Railway, wire rental, etc., 20.00; Armstrong & 
Wolvin Co., Ltd., laundry, 335.61; Bancroft Woollen Mills, washing blankets, 
20.25; W. R. Bateman, stationery, 10.05; Bird Woollen Millls, Ltd., washing 
blankets, 29.40; Brighton Laundry, Ltd., laundry, 16.56; Can. Photo Copy Co., 
photostats, 56.66; Canadian National Telegraphs, rentals, etc., 1,209.97; 
Carpenter-Hixon Co., Ltd., pole rental, etc., 103.97; J. Cassidy, services as 
janitor, 133.00; City Typewriter Co., rentals and repairs, 59.75; Cliffe Printing 
Co., Ltd., maps, binding, etc., 155.50; Codex Book Co., books, 19.06; Cochrane 
Steam Laundry Co., laundry, 157.40; Coulson Studio, mounting prints, 35.50; 
A. Cowey, repairing tents, 14.60; H. W. Crosbie, purchase of Lavant & Denbigh 
Telephone System, 5,600.00; E. A. Cunningham, certificates, searches, etc., 
24.75; Mrs. V. Darby, rent of typewriter, 12.00; Department of the Interior, 
Ottawa, negatives, 20.90; Mary Deschene, repairing haversacks, etc., 10.20; 
Dupey & Ferguson, flowers, 14.75; Dryden Observer, advertising, 37.20; Eastman 
Kodak Stores, Ltd., kodak, etc., 40.40; C. Ellis, first aid kits, etc., 10.30; Fitz- 
gerald's Drug Store, Ltd., drugs, 62.40; J. D. Fraine, fees, 15.00; Francey's Drug 
Store, drugs, etc., 223.15; Greenleaf Co., binding, 11.10; S. Gulin, laundry, 52.50; 
Mrs. E. Hadwin, cleaning, 39.00; King's Printer, 15,056.31; Lang & Ross, Ltd., 
blueprinting, 94.57; Lee Bros., laundry, 26.80; Liskeard Steam Laundry, laundry, 
30.75; Lowery's, Ltd., stationery, 55.30; McAinsh & Co., books, 26.77; G. 
McArthur, legal services, 17.36; McDevitt's Drug Store, drugs, 14.20; V. J. 
McElderry, legal services, 45.60; T. E. McKee, legal services, 15.50; A. McMeekin, 
surveying. 91.10; Machin & Donley, legal services, 22.05; Marine Laundry, 
laundry, 16.10; A. D. Meldrum, legal services, etc., 11.60; Miner Publishing Co., 
advertising, etc., 120.34; L. Mooney, surveying, 33.64; E. L. Moore, survey, 
25.00; New Method Laundry, Ltd., cleaning, 67.50; G. Nicholson, cutting wood, 
60.00; Nipissing Laundry Co., Ltd., laundry, 98.25; North Bay Nuggett, advertis- 
ing, stationery, etc., 73.63; North West Laundry Co., laundry, 22.20; H. A. 
Oakes and J. C. Ruse, rent of airplanes, 1,879.83; Pay list, wages of men, 521.34; 
Pembroke Laundry Cleaning & Dyeing Co., laundry, 111.11; Town of Pembroke 
taxes, 32.00; Pigeon Lumber Co., Ltd., transporting men and supplies by seaplane, 
13.915.10; W. D. Pigott, dog hire, 96.00; Port Arthur News-Chronicle, advertising, 
10.80; Province of Ontario Pictures, framing, etc., 12.75; A. Rabidos, laundry, 
32.40; J. Frank Raw Co., Ltd., blueprints, etc., 210.65; Remington Typewriters, 
Ltd., repairs, 18.00; M. Roach, laundry, 24.00; M. Saariaho, janitor service, 
13.00; Sault Stationers, Ltd., stationery, 38.15; Service Press, books, 11.00; Soo 
Business College, rental of typewriters, 93.35; Mrs. G. H. Stubbins, laundry, 
88.50; Students' Book Department, University of Toronto, books, etc., 12.80; 
Sudbury Steam Laundry, laundry, 100.70; Surveyor General of Dominion 
Lands, permits, etc., 16.20; Sundry persons, extinguishing fires, 156,556.00; 
T. & N.O. Railway, lease of telephone circuit, 546.00; C. Tarling Map Mounting 
Co., Ltd., map mounting, 181.90; J. Terry, janitor service, 130.33; Mrs. R. 
Timms, bags, etc., 10.50; Mrs. B. Touffet, cleaning, 64.75; Tweed News, Ltd., 
printing, 15.00; Unique Art Studios, films, 11.57; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
rentals, 203.32; University of Toronto, books, 11.35; Vernon Directories, Ltd., 
directories, 27.00; Wahnapitae Power Co., Ltd., lease of telephone circuit, 
100.00; Mrs. A. Ward, laundry, 12.00; Western Canadian Airways, Ltd., patrol 
work, etc., 79,133.07; Western Foresty and Conservation Association, manuals, 
16.68; White Drug Store, drugs, drug sundries, etc., 240.42; U. M. Wilson, legal 
services, 165.80; Wilson Stationery Co., Ltd., stationery, 13.40; Sundries — 
cartage and transportation of men, supplies and equipment, 11,734.06; Canada 
Customs, duty, 3,190.65; express, 9,479.59; freight, 10,730.44; postage, 1,775.30; 
telegrams, 2,990.53; telephones, 4,792.17; switching services, 482.17; petty 

disbursements, 466.21 Acme Laundry, laundry, 10.75; Algoma 

Feed & Seed Co., seed, 12.15; American Consulate, fees, 13.50; American News 
Co., Ltd., subscriptions, 51.45; G. Bates, cleaning, 52.80; Brooks Construction & 
Transportation Co., Ltd., freighting, 3,906.96; Canadian Pacific Railway Co., 
rails, 13.45; City Typewriter Co., rent of typewriter, 20.85; Cliffe Printing Co., 
printing, 187.10; Coulson Studio, photos and supplies, 160.00; Coulter's 
Pharmacy, drugs, first aid cases, etc., 117.53; R. F. Dynes, surveying, 30.00; 
G. Fanning, rent of air base site, 600.00; A. Galbraith, rent of boat house, 40.00; 
King's Printer, 1,379.87; J. Lamothe, laundry, 18.40; Louie Lee & Co., laundry, 
21.20; Mrs. T. Lefebvre, laundry, 28.30; W. McKirdy & Sons, rent of motors, 



Carried forward 1,281,064 11 



1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS G 25 

Brought forward 1,281,064 11 

Fire Ranging — Continued 

Miscellaneous — Continued 

16.50; Merrill, Rhinds & Walmsley, storage, 60.00; New Method Laundry, Ltd., 
cleaning, 56.00; Pay list, wages of men, 363.50; Provincial Paper Co., Ltd., 
setting out buoys, 25.00; W. Richardson, rent of typewriter, 25.00; City of Sault 
Ste. Marie, taxes, 160.50; Sault Stationers, Ltd., stationery, 28.00; Soo Business 
College, rent of typewriters, etc., 68.61; Mrs. W. St. Aubin, laundry, 24.00; 
Sudbury Steam Laundry, laundry, 10.40; Sundry persons, extinguishing fires, 
46.75; Superintendent of Air Regulations, certificate, 20.00; C. Tarling Map 
Mounting Co., Ltd., mounting maps, 135.40; Sundries — cartage, 3,381.05; 
Canada Customs, duty, 23,159.61; express, 2,167.47; freight, 4,444.64; postage, 
277.75; telegrams, 1,993.55; telephones, 386.99; petty disburse- 
ments, 101.82 371,369 35 



Total.— Fire ranging 2,285,838 56 

Less. — Air Service transferred to Forest Ranging (proportion cost) .... 70,000 00 

2,215,838 56 

Clearing Townsites and Removing Fire Hazards ($74,291.18) 

Travelling Expenses. — W. Darby, 43.45; A. J. Duseng, 184.55; W. R. Gardner, 
63.65; J. A. Gillespie, 152.35; E. J. Gilligan, 47.00; W. B. Greenwood, 10.00; 
R. Hamilton, 11.00; L. Henderson, 64.05; M. R. Horn, 37.45; D. J. Kennedy, 
1.45; J. Livingstone, 12.85; J. R. Loucks, 55.65; T. E. MacKay, 6.95; C. 
McKinnon, 67.90; J. H. Murdoch, 119.80; E. N. O'Grady, 19.20; J. O'Shea, 
58.45; E. E. Potter, 72.35; F. R. Parmeter, 67.55; W. J. Robinson 226.25; S. V. 
Ryan, 66.20; V. H. Smith, 89.55; C. A. Stanbury, 85.95; R. Taylor, 14.20; W. E. 
Van Clieaf, 246.60; B. Wilson, 62.00; M. Young, 119.90 2,006 30 

Miscellaneous. — E. O. Allen, provisions, 161.20; D. Anderson, teaming, 54.00; S. 
Ballantyne, barn, 600.00; J. Boivin, team hire, 253.75; J. Bradley, provisions, 
285.28; S. Buckborough, team hire, 252.00; W. Bull, team hire, 259.00; Canadian 
Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., fire pumps, 714.00; Canadian Oil Co., Ltd., gasoline, 
52.16; Canadian Power & Paper Co., Ltd., lumber, 38.64; T. Clark, team hire, 
252.00; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., hardware, 232.44; Cockburn & Archer, 
hardware, 70.60; D. Connelly, oil, 38.36; R. J. Convery, team hire, 248.50; A. 
Denis, team hire, 38.00; D. Dashney, provisions, 10.80; Elma Supply Co., provi- 
sions, 151.29; Fairway Stores, provisions, 25.47; T. E. Farlinger, team hire, 60.00; 
R. Foster, provisions, 216.26; General Electric Shop, cable, 54.69; G. Go ugh, 
supplies, 37.74; O. Harris, team hire, 220.50; Hearst Lumber Co., lumber, 820.09; 
Hill-Clark-Francis, Ltd., lumber, 492.21; G. Jacobs, team hire, 208.25; Kapus- 
kasing Supply Co., paint, 25.95; O. Larocque & Sons, provisions, 141.17; J. A. 
Laflamme, lumber, 215.85; J. N. Langon, team hire, 204.75; T. A. Leblanc, 
lumber, 15.72; A. Maissoneuve, team hire, 255.50; H. R. McDowell, team hire, 
253.75; McGill Hardware, Ltd., hardware, 48.18; W. L. Morrissey, provisions, 
70.46; National Grocers, Co., Ltd., provisions, 209.98; Neale & Heath, provisions, 
645.41; Northern Canadian Supply Co., Ltd., hardware, 127.61; Northern 
Electric Co., Ltd., batteries, etc., 490.24; T. O'Neil, team hire, 243.25; G. Ostler, 
provisions, 35.42; Pay lists, wages of men, 58.330.14; Rankin's Grocery, pro- 
visions, 83.61; C. F. Read, team hire, 252.00; J. H. Richardson, cabinets, 10.60; 
Red & White Store, provisions, 85.31; Reddick General Store, provisions, 15.41; 
C. Reckin & Sons, paper, 14.45; L. Seguin & Sons, lumber, 12.50; T. Sheridian, 
team hire, 229.25; J. B. Smith, team hire, 222.25; H. Stockdale, lumber, 75.00; 
W. E. Van Clieaf, team hire, 243.25; R. Wallace & Son, brick, 12.50; Watson- 
Jack Co., Ltd., fire hose and gun, 2,608.00; A. Wilkie, team hire, 243.25; H. 
Wilkins, team hire, 255.50; F. Wright, team hire, 255.50; T. Yarrow, team hire, 
243.25. Sundries — cartage, 44.00; freight, 33.96; telegrams, 80.45; telephone, 
3.70; petty disbursements, 100.53 72,284 88 

Grant to Canadian Forestry Association ($1,000.00) 
Canadian Forestry Association 1,000 00 

Forest Research ($17,863.79) 
Travelling Expenses.— M. Ardenne, 34.65; J. A. Brodie, 297.96; A. T Catto, 8.50; 
E. E. Grainger, 51.25; J. C. Goodison, 7.35; W. R. Haddow, 104.55; R. C. 
Hosie, 192.43; A. G. Kirkland, 17.25; H. S. Jackson, 40.39; A. P. McBean, 
77.95; J. F. Sharpe, 73S.62; P. Snyder, 6.50; W. D. Stark, 45.25; G. E. Thomp- 
son, 11.80; A. G. Taylor, 15.75; O. B. Townsend, 7.70 1,657 90 

Carried forward 3,573,851 75 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Brought forward .... 

Forest Research — Continued 

Miscellaneous. — Algoma Air Transport, Ltd., plane service, 116.65; Canadian 
Photo Copy Co., Ltd., photostat, 46.80; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 
hardware, 175.74; Grant-Holden & Graham, Ltd., robes, 760.00; Instruments, 
Ltd., borer, 15.60; Keyes Hardware, Ltd., hardware, 133.20; Keuffel & Esser 
Co., chains, 11.22; Larocque & Sons, provisions, 91.76; M. Lepage, services, 
laborer, 15.00; F. G. McKay Co., Ltd., lens, 15.60; National Grocers Co., 
Ltd., 1,016.76; Ontario Hughes-Owen Co., Ltd., paper, 15.22; C. R. Parker, 
provisions, 628.28; Pay list, wages of men, 12,721.39; T. Polkington & Co., 
Ltd., repairs, 28.05; Rankin's Grocery, provisions, 10.47; Woods Manufacturing 
Co., Ltd., tents, 312.26. Sundries — express, 45.11; petty disbursements, 46.78. . 

Allowances to Township School Sections ($700.00) 

Treasurer — Township of Charlotteville, 150.00; Township of Clarke, 150.00; Town- 
ship of Vespra, 250.00; Township of Walsingham, 150.00 

Forestry Insect Control Work; Purchase and Maintenance of Equip- 
ment and Expenses ($5,399.59) 

Travelling Expenses.— J. H. Faull, 97.67; W. R. Haddow, 101.58; H. S. Jackson, 
70.39; J. H. White, 390.89 



3,573,851 75 



16,205.89 



700 00 



660 53 



Miscellaneous. — City Meat Market, provisions, 9.00; Hinsperger Harness Co., Ltd., 
boots, 10.50; Hudson's Bay Co., Ltd., oil, 14.05; Instruments, Ltd., tape, 9.10; 
National Grocers Co., Ltd., provisions, 392.34; C. R. Parker, provisions, 345.50; 
Pay list, wages of men, 3,952.25; Rankin's Grocery, provisions, 6.32 4,739 06 

Displays at Exhibitions and Fall Fairs ($988.01) 

Miscellaneous. — Central Algoma Agricultural Society, rent of space, 24.00; Electric 
Live Line Signs, Ltd., rent of sign, 37.50; Evans Scenery Co., Ltd., scenes, 
450.65; Joint Publicity Committee, Hamilton, booth rental, 150.00; Light & 
Sound Engineering Co., Ltd., dimmers, 117.00; W. F. Petry, screens, 138.11; 
Robert Simpson Co., Ltd., rent of furniture, 70.75 988 01 

Forestry Branch $2,751,491.81 



Surveys Branch 
Salaries ($31,637.50) 

L. V. Rorke Surveyor General 

J. L. Morris Inspector of Surveys 

J. E. C. Butterfield Assistant Inspector of Surveys }4 

W. A. C. Barnard Geographer 

W. H. Heath " 

N. A. Burwash Surveyor and Senior Draughtsman . . 

J. Work Principal Clerk 

E. M. Jarvis Clerk 

H. Treeby Map Draughtsman 

F. E. Blanchett " " 

A. Leaman " " 

F. L. Barr Draughtsman 

S. O. Dennis Clerk Stenographer 

M. C. Haskett " " 

G. M. Stork " " 

Victor Vance Clerk 



12 months 


5,200 00 


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3,500 00 


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112 50 


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2,275 00 


12 " 


2,662 50 


12 " 


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Contingencies ($18,578.04) 

Temporary Services. — P. Aylsworth, clerk stenographer at 68.75 per mo., 825.00; 
M. B. Pugh, clerk at 68.75 per mo., 515.62; W. M. Siess, clerk stenographer at 
81.25 per mo., 975.00; Wm. F. Weaver, surveyor at 191.66 per mo., 1,385.85; 
Archie Wilson, clerk at 81.25 per mo., 975.00 4,676 47 

Travelling Expenses.— N. A. Burwash, 91.10; W. J. MacPhie, 15.00; J. L. Morris, 

340.68; L. V. Rorke, 380.86; A. Wilson, 44.35 871 99 

Carried forward 3,634,331 20 



1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS G 27 

Brought forward 3,634,331 20 

Contingencies — Continued 

Advertising. — Carp Review, 12.60; Charles Publishing Co., Ltd., 14.40; Cobourg 
Sentinel Star, 14.40; Hamilton Spectator, 33.00; L'Orignal Advocate, 10.00; 
New Toronto Advertiser, 14.40; Simcoe Reformer, 17.28; Mail & Empire, 
54.00; Port Hope Guide, 7.50 177 58 

Miscellaneous. — Association of Ontario Land Surveyers, dues, 14.00; Can. Photo 
Copy Co., Ltd., photostats, 299.10; Department of the Interior, map, 30.00; 
Department of Public Highways, car service, 12.37; W. L. Haight, searches, 
10.94; Harris Lithographing Co., Ltd., maps, 1,822.11; R. Hodgson, registra- 
tion, 10.00; King's Printer, 3,146.24; McColl & Patterson, maps, 120.00; 
Province of Ontario Pictures, frames, 17.50; Raine Engraving Co., die, 10.50; 
Rolph, Clark, Stone, Ltd., maps, 7,074.38; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., inspec- 
tions, 64.50. Sundries — express, 170.66; newspapers and periodicals, 10.00; 
telegrams, 9.60; petty disbursements, 30.10 12,852 00 

Board of Surveyors ($200.00) 
Association, Ontario Land Surveyors, grant 200 00 

Surveys ($144,059.55) 

Albany River District.— J. S. Dobie, 9,566.80, less 1929 accountable, 7,500.00 2,066 80 

Algoma District.— C. E. Bush, 5,494.86, accountable, 3,950.00 less 1929 account- 
able, 4,390.00 = 5,054.86; J. Butterfield, accountable, 1,000.00; C. R. Kenny, 
accountable, 1,000.00 7,054 86 

Bruce County, Inverhuron. — E. D. Bolton, 2,479.65, less 1929 accountable, 

1,250.00 1,229 65 

Cochrane District.— Beatty & Beatty, 13,269.24, accountable, 12,560.00, less 
1929 accountable, 9,900.00 = 15,929.24; G. B. Angus, accountable, 5,000.00; 
E. L. Moore, accountable, 6,000.00; E. W. Neelands, 1,926.00, less 1929 ac- 
countable, 1,000.00 = 926.00; Speight & Van Nostrand, accountable, 7,020.00; 
H. W. Sutcliffe, accountable, 6,600.00 41,475 24 

Island Lake.— T. J. Patten, accountable 1,100 00 

Kenora District.— J. E. C. Butterfield, accountable, 300.00; R. S. Kirkup, 6,096.89, 
less 1929 accountable, 2,900.00 = 3,196.89; A. McMeekin, 2,004.10, less 1929 
accountable, 900.00 = 1,104.10; Phillips & Benner, 10,457.36, accountable, 
6,000.00, less 1929 accountable, 7,840.00 = 8,617.36; Speight & Van Nostrand, 
10,147.83, less 1929 accountable, 7,599.00 = 2,548.83 15,767 18 

Lake St. Joseph.— C. R. Kenny, 6,868.50, less 1929 accountable, 5,200.00 1,668 50 

Little Abitibi River Traverse. — J. Lanning, accountable 2,600 00 

Nipissing District.— R. W. Code, accountable 2,680 00 

Nipissing and Parry Sound Districts. — J. T. Coltham. accountable 5,120 00 

Nipissing and Sudbury Districts. — E. Stewart, 7,615.70, less 1929 accountable, 

3,700.00 3,915 70 

One Sided Lake, Rainy River.— D. J. Gillon, 1,609.36, less 1929 accountable, 

970.00 639 36 

Ontario and Manitoba Boundary Line. — J. W. Pierce, 3,679.56, accountable, 

3,000.00, less 1929 accountable; 3,000.00 3,679 56 

Ontario and Quebec Boundary Line. — J. A. S. King, accountable 7,250 00 

Rainy River District.— D. J. Gillon, 3,747.06, less 1929 accountable, 2,450.00 1,297 06 

Rondeau Park.— J. E. C. Butterfield 2,039 15 

Sudbury District.— E. L. Cavana, 4,837.43, less 1929 accountable, 2,000.00 = 
2,837.43; J. R. Gill, 6,928.14, less 1929 accountable, 3,300.00 = 3,628.14; C. 
Stewart, accountable, 3,690.00 10,155 57 

Sudbury and Manitoulin Districts. — T. J. Patton, 1,727.26, less 1929 accountable, 

700.00 1,027 26 

Carried forward 3,758,326 67 



G28 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 3,758,326 67 

Surveys — Continued 

Sudbury and Temiskaming Districts.— E. L. Moore, 8,100.00, less 1929 accountable, 

5,600.00 2,500 00 

Temagami Islands— C. E. Fitton, 3,290.61, less 1929 accountable, 1,698.00 1,592 61 

Temiskaming District.— A. Matheson, 4,820.45, less 1929 accountable, 3,500.00 = 

1,320.45; H. W. Sutcliffe, 8,316.00, less 1929 accountable, 1,500.00 = 6,816.00. . 8,136 45 

Thunder Bay District.— E. M. McQuarrie, 39.35, accountable, 3,820.00 = 3,859.35; 

W. F. Rubidge, accountable, 1,500.00; J. S. Dobie, accountable, 6,900.00 12,259 35 

Townships of Joynt, Langworthy and Rowe. — R. S. Kirkup, accountable 4,100 00 

Townplot, Hudson. — R. F. Dynes, accountable 295 02 

Township of Bedford.— C. E. Fitton 592 03 

Township of Bigwood— C. R. Kenny 376 32 

General. — Bank of Montreal, cost of wire, 1.88; J. A. Evans, taking levels, 20.00; 
W. P. McPhie, travelling expenses, 20.00; P. Payette Co., Ltd., survey posts; 
3,400.00 3,441 88 

Surveys Branch $194,475.09 

STATUTORY 

Minister's Salary (see page G 5) 10,000 00 

Salaries not otherwise provided for (see page G 6-14) 2,504 94 

Refund of 2% on Crown Dues ($901.51) 

Sundry Municipalities 901 51 

Refund to University re Wild Lands ($543.75) 

University of Toronto 543 75 

Statutory $13,950.20 

SPECIAL WARRANTS 

To pay wages, etc., re Matininda Forest Products, Ltd. ($23,093.18) 

Pay Lists— wages of men, 22,837.64; G. J. McArthur, legal fees, 255.54 23,093 18 

Long Point Provincial Park Road ($6,020.66) 

Canada Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., corrugated iron, 2,520.66; Pay Lists — wages of men, 

3,500.00 6,020 66 

Special Warrants $29,113.84 



Total Expenditure, Department of Lands and Forests $3,834,684.37 



PART H 



DEPARTMENT 

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NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT 



FISCAL YEAR, 1929-1930 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

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Main Office Salaries 4 

Colonization Roads Office 4 

" a Construction 5 

Northern Development: 

Construction 13 

Settlers' Lean Commissioner 39 

Summary 3 

Special Warrant 40 



general index at back of book 



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DEPARTMENT OF NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT 

Hon. Wm. Finlayson, Minister 

Salaries (Statutory) 

Chas. H. Fullerton Deputy Minister 12 months 

James Sinton Chief Engineer 12 " 

C. H. Meader Assistant Chief Engineer. . .12 " 

F. G. Beardall Head Clerk S}/ 2 " 

W. L. Lawer Accountant 12 " 

C. L. Dicker Principal Clerk 12 

L. D. N. Stewart Surveyor 12 

Alex. Reid Engineering Draughtsman. .12 " 

J. Gourlay Senior Draughtsman 12 " 

J.Boyd " " 12 " 

P. S. Van Raalte Draughtsman 12 

A. S. Williamson " 12 " 

J. E. D. Tonks " 7 " 

D. T. Welsh ■ 8 " 

Ethel Fleming Clerk 12 " 

M. Harper Senior Clerk Stenographer. . 12 " 

F. Talbot Clerk 12 " 

F. Embleton « 12 " 

M. I. McGregor Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

S. G. Didsbury " " 12 " 

H. Hozack Filing Clerk 12 " 

V. Asher Clerk Typist 12 " 

M.Lyons " " 12 " 

I. Chadwick « " 12 " 

Lorna Smythe " " 1 " 

Annabel Downey " " 12 " 

Francis McPhail " " S}/ 2 " 

F. Flegg Clerk 12 " 

Sybil Murray Clerk Stenographer 12 

Ruth A. Carter " " 

Enid L. Roberts " " 

Mollie Sturmey Clerk Typist 

Lillian Kirton " " 

W. R. Smyth Supervisor of Settlement 

G. J. Lamb District Road Engineer . 

E. J. Hosking 

K. Rose 

D. J. Miller " " 

G. A. White 

G. Tackaberry " " " 

A.M.Mills 

R. T. Lyons 

W. E. Buchan Clerk 

J. Smith " 

R. V. Shave " 

E. W. Geddes " 

M.B.Mather « 

J. F. Mack " 

J. A. Paul " 

D. V. Reid " 

S. Adams Senior Clerk 

Jos. R. Anderson Office Boy 



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Salaries ($8,750 00) 

R. G. Sneath Road Engineer 12 months 

M. P. Doherty Senior Clerk 12 ■ 

A. Gamey " 12 " 

J. Moore Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

F. M. Harris « 6 " 

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1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT H 5 

Brought forward 8,750 00 

Colonization Roads Branch — Continued 
Contingencies ($2,078.97) 

Temporary Services. — T. C. Swartman, assistant engineer at 150.00 per month 1,015 38 

Miscellaneous. — King's Printer, 954.24; T. Pocklington & Co., crayons, 50.60; 
Remington Typewriters, Ltd., inspection, etc., 12.25; United Typewriter Co., 
Ltd., inspections, etc., 40.50. Sundries — telegrams, 6.00 1,063 59 

Colonization Roads Branch $10,828.97 

COLONIZATION ROADS ($589,797.80) 

By-laws ($247,990.97) 

Admaston, 2,811.96; Alice and Fraser, 1,120.50; Armour, 3,274.87; Bagot and 
Blythfield, 2,349.42; Bangor, Wicklow and McClure, 648.73; Bedford, 1,811.25; 
Bexley, 1,807.80; Bromley, 2,950.00; Brunei, 2,770.00; Burleigh and An- 
struther, 947.56; Carden, 3,710.73; Cardiff, 917.50; Cardwell, 1,294.04; Carling, 
3,537.50; Carlow, 481.69; Chaffey, 3,274.44; Chandos, 325.00; Chapman, 
1,620.31; Chisholm, 88.32; Christie, 1,516.41; Clarendon and Miller, 1,343.75; 
Dalton, 1,683.00; Denbigh, Abinger and Ashby, 1,510.21; Draper, 1,797.10; 
Dungannon, 1,376.06; Dysart, 9,949.98; East Ferris, 338.75; Eldon, 6,025.67; 
Elzevir and Grimsthorpe, 900.00; Faraday, 750.00; Foley, 3,932.33; Franklin, 
4,384.61; Freeman, 499.27; Galway and Cavendish, 700.00; Glamorgan, 
155.03; Gratton, 1,099.50; Griffith and Matawatchan, 1,025.00; Hagarty 
and Richards, 1,382.50; Hagerman, 725.24; Harvey, 1,850.00; Himsworth 
North, 1,248.72; Himsworth South, 2,801.66; Hinchinbrooke, 2,000.00; Hum- 
phrey, 1,600.37; Hungerford, 2,219.17; Huntingdon, 1,258.14; Joly, 709.88; 
Kaladar, Anglesea and Effingham, 2,629.50; Kennebec, 2,136.26; Lanark, 
1,200.00; Laxton, Digby and Langford, 963.33; Limerick, 600.00; Lutter- 
worth, 300.00; Macauley, 1,554.90; Machar, 2,552.38; Madoc, 1,829.90; 
Marmora and Lake, 2,284.44; Matchedash, 949.87; Mavo, 444.52; McDougall, 
875.00; McKellar, 1,871.03; McLean, 890.84; McMurrich, 2,025.00; Medonte, 
177.46; Medora and Wood, 11,552.32; Minden, 1,700.89; Monck, 23,504.08; 
Monmouth, 1,742.82; Monteagle and Herchel, 1,248.20; Morrison, 2,091.59; 
Muskoka, 1,920.42; Nipissing, 2,870.97; North Algona, 300.00; North Crosby, 
2,500.00; Oakley, 481.60; Olden, 1,854.54; Orillia, 4,448.92; Oro, 3,337.70; 
Oso, 2,070.00; Pakenham, 1,149.09; Palmerston and Canonto, 2,008.75; Pem- 
broke, 300.00; Perry, 5,321.55; Port Carling, 9,938.97; Raglan, 600.00; Rama, 
134.81; Ridout, 1,000.00; Ross, 1,822.49; Ryde, 1,333.94; Ryerson, 4,922.05; 
Sebastopol, 300.00; Sheffield, 4,319.25; Sherborne, 1,136.00; Sherwood, Jcaes 
and Burns, 700.00; Snowdon, 108.61; South Algona, 750.00; South Crosby, 
1,085.35; Stafford, 1,100.00; Stanhope, 538.67; Stephenson, 2,212.82; Stisted, 
4,243.49; Strong, 4,649.12; Sunnidale, 3,125.00; Tay, 3,638.21; Tiny, 4,500.00; 
Tudor and Cashel, 1,329.68; Vespra, 1,748.38 ; Watt, 3,049.86 ; Westmeath, 
3,288.75; Wilberforce, 500.00; Wollaston, 1,703.68 247,990 97 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges 
($322,368.51) 

Addington — W T ages, 13,847.87; S. Ball, sharpening drills, etc., 17.71; D. A. 
Barker, blacksmithing, 4.00; A. Benn, sharpening drills, 3.50; C. Both, black- 
smithing, roofing, etc., 22.95; W. Both, lumber, oil, etc., 40.72; C. P. Express 
Co., charges, 1.55; W. Cassada, gravel, 24.60; O. Clarke, trucking, 24.00; 
J. C. Davidson, truck repairs, 4.60; J. F. Davison, plow repairs, 1.00; M. 
Denison, gravel, 250.00; J. D. Flake, oil, etc., 45.24; Herrington, Warner and 
Grange, legal charges, 15.00; A. Jackson, lumber, 14.00; H. Levere, cartage, 
15.30; J. Lewis, gravel, 125.00; Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts, 698.64; J. A. 
Pringle, explosives, tools, etc., 1,799.89; J. H. Read, drill repairs, 7.10; J. 
Slater, cartage, 13.50; B. J. Snider, oil, 58.00; C. C. Thompson, gasoline, 
roofing, etc., 54.13; V. C. Wienecke, lumber, 25.37; S. E. Wise, gasoline, oil, etc.. 

494.92; G. W. Wood, gasoline, 163.83 17,772 42 

Admaston.— Wages, 1,139.37; P. Dick, gravel, 13.95 1,153 32 

Algona North.— Wages, 2,737.60; G. Krantz, gravel, 14.82; A. Noack, gravel, 
30.50; A. Panke, gravel, 23.00; less received from Hydro-Electric Power Com- 
mission, 900.00 1,905 92 

Algona South.— Wages, 872.25; A. G. Reinke, explosives, 29.00 901 25 

Alice and Fraser.— Wages, 2,328.50; W. Hamilton, gravel, 10.50 2,339 00 

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Colonization Roads — Continued 
Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges. — Continued 

Alice and Petewawa. — Wages 150 00 

Anglesea (1929 accounts).— Gravel 99 86 

Anson and Hinden (1929 accounts). — Gravel 13 50 

Anson and Hinden. — Wages, 345.00; D. J. Bartle, explosives, 1.91; C. Barton, 

plank, 2.00 348 91 

Apsley-Bancroft.— Wages, 1,781.30; C. W. Mullett, explosives, 110.42; H. McGilli- 

vray, wire fence, lumber, etc., 106.10; W. J. Kidd, gravel, 6.20 2,004 02 

Armour.— Wages, 405.75; Burke Falls Hardware Co., explosives, 103.25 509 00 

Bagot and Blyfield— Wages, 1,484.50; Devine & Legree, explosives, 17.00; G. 

Stoughton, gravel, 21.90; W. C. Millar, accountable, 93.60 1,617 00 

Bangor-Wicklow and McClure. — Wages 1,799 50 

Barrie (1929 accounts).— Wages 50 25 

Barrie.— Wages, 2,176.18; J. E. Deline, gravel, 22.30; P. S. Kellar, cedar, 15.00; 
J. McCauslin, gravel, 19.05; E. Morley, spikes, 4.50; E. J. Perry, gravel, 11.40; 
T. M. Thompson, gravel, 10.50; S. E. Wise, gasoline, 10.50; W. W. Pringle, 

accountable, 180.00 2,449 43 

Barry's Bay-Madawaska (1928 accounts). — H. N. Moss, accounts 421 49 

Barry's Bay-Madawaska (1929 accounts). — Provisions, gravel, etc 412 10 

Barry's Bay-Madawaska. — Wages, 2,051.00; W. Skuce, clearing and grubbing 
land, 20.00; Barry's Bay Lumber Co., Ltd., hemlock, 15.36; Peter Stapa, gravel, 

85.80; T. Blaskervitch, gravel, 16.10 2,188 26 

Barry's Bay, east through Wilno, Killaloe and Eganville (1929 accounts). — Explo- 
sives, lumber and gravel 1,014 31 

Barry's Bay, east through Wilno, Killaloe and Egansville. — Wages, 4,661.75; 
R. Chapeski, gravel, 36.80; C. & D. Murray, explosives, 142.27; The Murray 
& Omanique Lumber Co., 75.86; F. V. Pecarski, gravel, 48.20; The Pedlar 

People, Ltd., culverts, 74.88; A. Shushack, gravel, 63.40 5,103 16 

Baxter.— Wages, 1,282.25; H. Cadeau, gravel, 107.25; P. Wood, sand, 10.20 1,399 70 

Baysville-Huntsville (1929 accounts). — Explosives, lumber, etc 230 88 

Bedford. — Wages, 1,269.96; H. Arnold, gravel, 20.00; M. Cronk & Son, gasoline, 
12.90; R. McGinnis, gravel, 26.80; J. A. Pringle, explosives, 37.50; S. W. 
Revell, plowhead, etc., 6.11; J. A. Ryone, cedar, etc., 11.00; I. Thomson, 

cedar, 6.75; G. A. Wilson, gravel, 14.00 1,405 02 

Belmont and Methuen (1929 accounts). — Wages 21 00 

Bethune. — Wages, 935.98; J. G. Beaton, sharpening drills, 3.66; R. A. Flavelle, 
explosives, 20.16; C. Gilbert, gravel, 5.70; A. Goyea, gravel, 17.25; E. White, 

hauling gravel, 36.50 1,019 25 

Bexley (1929 accounts).— Wages 206 30 

Bexley.— Wages 1,267 15 

Bobcaygeon-Kinmount. — Wages, 1,819.44; J. Handey, cartage, 3.00; G. Hender- 
son, gravel, 70.10; Hopkins-Mark Co., explosives, 20.15; G. Train, culvert, 
27.12; Treasurer, Somerville Twp., culvert, 27.12; J. R. Umphrey, black- 
smithing, 12.75; F. Wright, clearing land, 25.00; G. Wright, cartage, 3.00. . . . 2,007 68 

Bonnechere (1929 accounts). — Wages 20 50 

Bonfield (1929 accounts).— Wages. 470 68 

Bonfield. — Wages, 5,338.40; I. Bailey, sharpening drills, 6.15; A. Bedard, gravel, 
7.50; J. H. Bell, explosives, 16.00; J. Benoit, explosives, 11.60; J. Cahill 
(estate of), explosives, 14.92; Can. Pac. Railway, freight, 6.00; W. Chaput, 
gravel, 14.20; R. W. Pennell, explosives, 36.00; A. Proulz, cedar, 8.15; W. 

Rose, gravel, 6.30; F. Shields, gravel, 20.80; F. St. Pierre, gravel, 3.00 5,489 02 

Bonfield Line, 25-26, between Pine and Talon Lakes. — Wages 701 25 

Boulter.— Wages 100 25 

Bromley (1929 accounts).— Wages 13 15 

Bromley.— Wages, 1,011.95; J. Dillabough, gravel, 18.90; W. Le Barron, gravel, 

27.15; T. Richards, gravel, 16.80; J. Shirley, gravel, 30.00 1,104 80 

Brougham.— Wages, 1,374.99; D. J. Mulvihill, gravel, 22.00; C. Scully, lumber, 

6.50 1,403 49 

Brudenell— Wages, 2,710.00; P. Barrett, grader parts, 31.45; Black Donald 
Graphite Co., explosives, 70.14; T. A. Boland, tools, 48.05; T. Carty, coal, 
22.30; M. H. Costello, provisions, 452.87; P. Cybulski, blacksmithing, 5.85; 
Devine & Legree, explosives, 119.08; T. Haggarty, gravel, 42.50; E. A. Kohl, 
meat, 91.91; P. Lavelle, fencing, 100.00; The Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts, 
255.20; D. Sullivan, gravel, 26.70; F. Whalen, gravel, 37.40; less balance un- 
paid, 92.95 3,920 50 



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Colonization Roads — Continued 
Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges. — Continued 

Brudenell and Lyndoch (1928 accounts). — H. N. Moss, accounts 49 88 

Brudenell and Lyndoc - Wages, 1,691.30; less balance unpaid, 66.30 1,625 00 

Brunel-Huntsville, Baysville. — Wages, 1,384.90; J. Ferguson, tools, 3.00; Hern 
Hardware Ltd., explosives, 103.65; Millcat & Fleming, blacksmithing, 1.50; 
A. McLennan, blacksmithing, 3.75; H. Porter, rent of forge, 2.00; J. Pretsell, 

forge repairs, 1.00 1,499 80 

Buckhorn— Wages, 948.00; D. Bennett, gravel, 4.00; G. Irwin, gravel, 7.00; J. 
Jones, gravel, 2.70; T. J. Traynor, gravel, 29.20; G. Windover, gravel, 4.20; 

R. Windover, explosives, 6.05 1,001 15 

Burleigh. — Wages, 7,645.60; L. Blackwell, gravel, 6.00; H. Clapham, gravel, 
55.90; A. Cooms, clearing land, 25.00; J. A. Downing, hemlock, 7.80; W. 
Earnshaw, gravel, 8.30; G. Lean, gravel, 2.00; F. McFadden, posts, 5.00; 
E. Parks, rent of forge, 3.00; V. Shewen, gravel, 9.75; G. Stevens, explosives, 
etc., 209.37; J. Tucker, gravel, 5.90; D. Windsor, hemlock, 14.10; S. 

Windsor, gravel, 24.50 . . 8,022 22 

Burleigh-Anstruther. — Wages, 488.74; J. Downing, lumber, 7.86; Downing & 

Windsor, plank, 2.20; G. Stevens, explosives, 9.68; S. Windsor, gravel, 13.50. . 521 98 

Calabogie-Black Donald (1929 accounts). — Provisions 173 12 

Calabogie-Burnstown (1929 accounts). — Wages 30 52 

Calabogie-Burnstown — Wages, 8,912.91; F. Arno, gravel, 65.40; P. Barrett, 
graders, etc., 40.95; J. S. Box & Son, provisions, 1,176.23; H. E. Braden, pro- 
visions, 79.97; Devine & Legree, explosives, 1,145.03; Gorra Bros., gasoline, 
73.25; D. Mulvihill, blacksmithing, 18.70; The Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts, 
332.28; J. Stringer, gravel, 109.00; J. E. Whitton, potatoes, 29.50; J. B. Wilson, 

tools, 7.73; W. C. Millar, accountable, 137.69; 12,128 64 

Calvin (1929 accounts).— Wages 162 31 

Calvin.— Wages, 6,326.90; J. Beckett, gravel, 43.95; W. Beckett, gravel, 10.50; 
J. H. Ball (estate of), explosives, 26.00; M. Charotte, explosives, 5.92; R. Cross, 
gravel, 19.50; R. Flood, tamarac, 3.25; B. Larratt, gravel, 15.15; Mattawa 
Hardware, explosives, tools, etc., 23.00; G. Simpson, gravel, 5.90; J. B. Smith 
& Sons, Ltd., lumber, 64.36; S. Soucie, gravel, 42.05; W. Stewart, lumber, 12.00; 

less balance unpaid, 689.27 5,909 21 

Camden-Sheffield.— Wages, 455.75; F. J. Detlor, gravel, 24.20; J. A. Pringle, 

explosives, 20.05 500 00 

Cameron Road (1929 accounts). — Wages and lumber 448 87 

Cameron Township. — Wages, 3,044.50; J. Johnson, gravel, 9.20; Mattawa Hard- 
ware, tools, 8.75; J. Norrena, gravel, 23.20; W. Therrien, gravel, 30.00 3,115 65 

Carden (1929 accounts).— Wages 27 15 

Carden.— Wages 1,258 35 

Carden-Bexley-Laxton-Dalton. — Wages 250 00 

Cardiff.— Wages, 798.00; C. W. Mullett, explosives, 6.24 804 24 

Cardwell.— Wages, 451.10; G. W. Ecclestone, Ltd., explosives, etc., 15.24; W. 

Stroud, cedar, 35.00 501 34 

Carling — Wages, 932.25; W. Beatty Co., explosives, 59.25; W. J. Taylor, explo- 
sives, 12.00 1,003 50 

Carlow.— Wages, 983.39; H. Haryett, explosives, 10.55; G. Wilson, gravel, 16.50. . 1,010 44 

Chaffey.— Wages 800 00 

Chandos.— Wages, 1,291.32; A. Caldwell, cedar, 2.00; R. G. Caldwell, black- 
smithing, 1.50; R. Campbell, gravel, 2.70; W. Elberton, blacksmithing, 2.50; 
W. N. Gilroy, explosives, 5.00; Reeve, Chandos Twp., stone crusher, 250.00; 
G. Stephens, explosives, 9.10; J. Trotter, blacksmithing, 2.50; G. Wease, 

gravel, 8.50; W. Winter, gravel, 2.30; less balance unpaid, 152.42 1,425 00 

Chisholm (1929 accounts).— Wages 536 24 

Chisholm. — Wages, 4,160.80; R. W. Butler, explosives, 126.94; less balance un- 
paid, 46.02 4,241 72 

Chisholm-Alderdale-Chiswick-Fossmill— Wages, 1,832.75; R. W. Butler, explo- 
sives, 38.85; Corrugated Pipe Co., culverts, 124.12; Fassett Lumber Corpora- 
tion, Ltd., tools, 5.60 2,001 32 

Clarendon.— Wages, 2,434.76; J. Derue, coal, etc., 10.60; B. D. Lloyd, gravel, 

tools, 13.00; J. A. Pringle, explosives, 69.30 2,527 66 

Clarendon-Miller. — Wages 151 00 

Clarendon-Mountain Road. — Wages 100 00 

Coboconk-Minden-Dorset (1929 accounts) — Wages, provisions, etc 340 07 

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Colonization Roads — Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges. — Continued 

Coboconk-Minden-Dorset. — Wages, 14,533.69; C. Barton, lumber, 9.34; S. Bryant, 
lumber, 12.57; Burk & Avery, provisions, 271.13; D. W. Clayton, provisions, 
explosives, 1,311.61; Cockshutt Plow Co., Ltd., plows, 88.30; E. Cooper, pro- 
visions, 22.95; W. Cooper, gravel, 6.60; A. Coulter, provisions, 180.61; W. R. 
Crowe, gravel, 134.90; W. B. Curry & Son, implement repairs, 3.25; M. Daw- 
son, beef, 17.78; B. Fry, explosives, chains, etc., 18.55; L. Fry, electric battery, 
20.00; R. Fry, tools, grader repairs, 48.15; D. Gibbs, gravel, 13.20; T. Griffin, 
provisions, 4.00; B. Harrison, provisions, 56.45; D. & N. Harrison, provisions, 
27.70; J. & L. Harrison, provisions, 34.20; D. J. Hartle, explosives, tools, etc., 
263.96; E. Hewitt, cartage, 38.50; W. H. Hewitt, provisions, gasoline, etc., 
530.82; A. Hogg, gravel, 13.95; H. A. Hopkins, gasoline, 29.10; Jackson & 
Moore, gasoline, oil, etc., 20.75; T. Jones & Son, provisions, 243.87; J. Kay, 
cordwood, etc., 19.60; C. W. Lea, lanterns, 8.40; Le Crow Bros., explosives, 
gas, etc., 25.82; W. A. Lindop, gasoline, 17.02; Meaford Steel Products, Ltd., 
drag scrapers, 45.65; D. McCracken, bread, 1.50; J. McCrae Machinery Co., 
Ltd., steel, 11.80; M. F. McKay, provisions, 190.60; W. Moore, eggs, 4.20; 
A. Oliver, purchase, right of way, 100.00; J. Oliver, purchase, right of way, 50.00; 
P. Peck, potatoes, 2.70; W. Peck, cartage, 4.00; The Pedlar People, Ltd., cul- 
verts, 149.76; W. W. Prentice & Son, gasoline, cartage, etc., 891.28; L. Prit- 
chard, provisions, 7.25; S. Redner, provisions, 4.00; E. A. Rogers, tools, etc., 
14.40; T. H. Rogers & Son, explosives, 10.52; Sawyer, Massey, Ltd., plows, 
55.36; H. Thompson, provisions, 30.59; Truck & Tractor Equipment, Ltd., 
tractor parts, 6.20; H. Walker, provisions, 55.99; T. Walker, provisions, 105.29; 
J. Welch, blacksmith ing, 54.39; S. W. Welch, explosives, 13.92; less balance 

unpaid, 2,769.26 17,066 91 

Combermere-Barry's Bay. — Wages, 885.75; C. & D. Murray, explosives, wire, 

117.80; less balance unpaid, 22.65 980 50 

Combermere- Palmer Rapids Road. — Wages, 1,885.75; A. E. Lidkie, tools, steel, 
etc., 35.70; C. W. Mullett, explosives, 137.75; C. & D. Murray, explosives, 

6.50 2,065 70 

Conger.— Wages, 270.25; A. N. Fenn, explosives, 5.20 275 45 

Cormac-Egansville.— Wages, 450.37; The Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts, 49.20 499 57 

Croft. — Wages, 1,045.75; G. Bell, explosives, 23.75; R. G. Gibson, gravel and 
cedar, 22.00; T. M. Harper, blacksmithing, 5.00; C. Ladd, gravel, 3.80; J. H. 
Newall & Co., explosives, 8.34; H. Smith, gravel, 14.00; J. A. Smith, gravel, 

19.00; J. W. Troyer, shovels, 2.90 1,144 54 

Crosby North.— Wages, 1,425.78; F. Adrain, gravel, 15.00; T. Bedor, gravel, 
19.05; E. McGlade, gravel, 21.00; J. Perkins, gravel, 2.25; A. Rice, gravel, 

9.75; W. Sawdon, gravel, 10.00; H. Smith, gravel, 3.45 1,506 28 

Crosby South. — Wages, 895.00; J. R. Dargavel, explosives, 7.74; R. W. Gamble, 
tile, 16.50; M. C. Kelly, tools, 3.25; J. N. Knowlton, gravel, 69.60; O. A. 

Nuttall, scraper repairs, 4.00 996 09 

Cross Lake.— Wages, 1,842.75; C. N. Railway, freight, 1.08; H. S. Davis, tools, 

3.35; W. Helmer, lumber, 36.05; C. & D. Murray, explosives, 101.25 1,984 48 

D'Acre-Caldwell. — Wages, 1,632.75; Devine & Legree, explosives, 45.13; T. Wren, 

gravel, 27.70; W. C. Millar, accountable, 139.55 1,845 13 

Dalton.— Wages 999 55 

Darling.— Wages, 2,095.54; W. J. King, gravel, 11.00 2,106 54 

Darling Road South.— Wages, 979.01; Devine & Legree, explosives, 21.00 1,000 01 

Denbigh.— Wages, 1,287.75; C. Both, blacksmithing, 4.50; J. A. Pringle, explosives, 

13.50 1,305 75 

Digby (1929 accounts).— Wages 50 14 

Dungannon.— Wages, 1,487.20; H. Hawkins, cedar, 4.80; C. W. Mullett, explosives, 

5.30; J. F. Tait, gravel, 7.20 1,504 50 

Dysart— Wages 500 24 

Eldon. — Wages, 690.75; D. A. Johnson, wire, etc., 2.14; L. B. P. Miles, cartage, 

etc., 16.24 709 13 

Elzevir-Grimsthorpe.— Wages, 843.25; The Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts, 57.04 900 29 

Faraday.— Wages, 1,046.86; A. Barker, gravel, 16.50; J. Brethour, gravel, 13.80; 

C. W. Mullett, explosives, 9.28; A. O'Neill, gravel, 12.20 1,098 64 

Ferguson.— Wages, 489.50; Can. Industries, Ltd., explosives, 12.38 501 88 

Ferric— Wages, 727.75; W. Brear, gravel, 17.95; R. G. Gibson, gravel and explo- 
sives, 19.50; J. McAmmond, timber, 4.00; S. Moore, gravel, 6.80; J. H. Newell 
& Co., explosives, 6.24; W. Todd, coal, 2.50; J. Wagar, explosives, 2.25; W. 

Willard, explosives, 6.30 793 29 

Ferris East (1929 accounts).— Wages 131 00 

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Colonization Roads — Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges. — -Continued 
Ferris East.— Wages, 5,691.47; J. H. Bell & Co., explosives, 45.80; A. Brassard, 
gravel, 9.50; E. Cantin, gravel, 20.60; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 
explosives, 6.68; J. Degagne, gravel, 1.20; J. Devost, gravel, 2.00; J. Diegas, 
gravel, 15.00; B. Groulx, gravel, 6.60; L. Guillimette, gravel, 10.00; E. A. 
Hurtubise, gravel, 26.40; G. K. Morrison, tools, etc., 19.36; L. Point, gravel, 
29.20; A. Rochefort, gravel, 48.40; H. Rochefort, gravel, 40.60; A. St. Pierre, 

gravel, 5.00; A. Tremblay, gravel, 34.75 6,012 56 

Franklin.— Wages, 789.90; Hern Hardware, Ltd., explosives, 10.40 800 30 

Freeman.— Wages, 405.00; Corrugated Pipe Co., Ltd., culverts, 89.28; G. W. 

Ecclestone, Ltd., explosives, 3.00; W. Morgan, drill steel, 3.00 500 28 

Frontenac (1929 accounts). — Gravel 26 10 

Gal way-Cavendish. — Wages, 976.75; W. Grieve, cedar, 1.80; G. Henderson, 

" gravel, 23.90; C. Molyneaux, gravel and cedar, 17.80 1,020 25 

Glamorgan.— Wages, 698.00; D. Billings, cedar, 2.50 700 50 

Golden Lake (1929 accounts).— Wages 201 49 

Golden Lake-Lake Dore. — Wages, 10,626.62; A. G. Biederman, explosives, 10.36; 
W. J. Hughli, fencing, etc., 237.38; W. Karan, gravel, 77.55; W. Krantz, gravel, 
114.00; E. Luloff, gravel, 63.90; W. W. Mundt, gravel, 81.30; The Pedlar 
People, Ltd., culverts, 807.10; W. A. Pilatzke, blacksmithing, 25.10; H. Raglan, 
gravel, 139.50; R. G. Reinke, fencing, etc., 42.69; F. Sack, plow hire, 3.75; 

R. Sauer, gravel, 21.80; W. Springer, gravel, 47.00 12,298 05 

Golden Lake. — Eganville Road (1929 accounts). — Gravel 5 25 

Grattan— Wages, 1,318.49; W. Dittburner, gravel, 21.45; T. Irving, gravel, 16.95; 
M. Kelly, gravel, 6.45; J. McCormac, gravel, 23.90; R. McDonald, gravel, 14.00; 

L. St. Louis, gravel, 5.50 1,406 74 

Griffith-D'Acre.— Wages, 1,806.85; Devine & Legree, explosives, 39.85; D. Enright, 
gravel, 20.00; J. P. Hunt, blacksmithing, 24.85; W. McKithan, gravel, 17.50; 

L. Mitchell, cedar, 12.50 1,921 55 

Griffith and Matawatchan — (1929 accounts). — Wages 9 99 

Gurd .— Wages, 387.75; L. McCloskey, explosives, 3.10; R. Peever, gravel, 11.40 402 25 

Gurd and Himsworth South.— Wages, 301.00; J. Reichtein, gravel, 13.50 314 50 

Hagarty and Richards (1928 accounts). — H. N. Moss, account 25 25 

Hagarty and Richards (1929 accounts).— Wages 385 50 

Hagarty and Richards.— Wages, 2,470.13; J. McArty, gravel, 19.05, less balance 

unpaid, 139.18 2,350 00 

Harvey.— Wages, 496.07; B. Given, fuelwood, 3.00 499 07 

Head.— Wages 250 00 

Himsworth South. — Wages, 481.97; R. W. Butler, explosives, 11.60; L. McClosky, 

tools, 4.35; A. R. McLachlan, tool, .75 498 67 

Hinchinbrooke (1929 accounts).— Blacksmithing 1 55 

Hinchinbrooke. — Wages, 2,511.44; L. B. Bateman, gasoline, truck hire, 122.24; 
Card Bros., lumber, 6.95; A. Chown & Co., sledge, .93; E. Clair, stone boat, 
5.00; J. Cohen & Co., drill repairs, 22.50; M. Cronk & Son, gasoline, 30.60; R. 
E. Dillon, gravel, 12.30; E. Fenn, explosives, 13.50; W. L. Goodfellow, gravel, 
8.40; R. A. Hamilton, gravel, truck hire, 54.60; Hinchinbrooke Township 
Treasurer, truck hire, 12.00; T. Howes, gravel, 121.87; V. Kirkham & Sons, 
gasoline, 8.92; H. Moore, gasoline, 2.33; The Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts, 
19.20; T. Peters, gravel, 22.60; J. A. Pringle, explosives, 148.83; W. Raycroft, 
gasoline, 1.55; W. H. Simonett, gasoline, blacksmithing, 16.75; B. J. Snyder, 

oil and grease, 33.20; R. Wager, gravel, 33.80; J. York, gravel, 25.10 3,234 61 

Humphrey. — Wages, 1,826.50; Brown & Co., fuse, 1.85; Can. Industries, Ltd., 
explosives, 102.85; A. N. Fenn, explosives, 44.35; J. R. Gonneau, explosives, 

13.25; L. Houle, plow repairs, 4.00; H. Walton, cedar, 7.50 2,000 30 

Hungerford— Wages, 483.00; H. A. Allen, gravel, 18.90 501 90 

Huntingdon.— Wages, 334.25; H. Holgate, gravel, 16.20 350 45 

Kaladar (1929 accounts.).— Wages 49 99 

Kaladar.— Wages, 754.00; J. Beatty, gravel, 18.50; M. Jackson, gravel, 3.00; O. 

Parks, gravel, 7.70; J. A. Pringle, tools, 9.25; M. Woodcock, gravel, 9.00 801 45 

Kennebec— Wages, 2,760.72; M. Dellor, gravel, 5.00; R. Kellar, gravel, 3.00; J. E. 
Price, sharpening drills, 5.00; J. A. Pringle,- explosives, 120.69; E. Wilks, gravel, 

14.60 2,909 01 

L'Amable to Maynooth (1929 accounts). — Wages, explosives, etc 178 21 

L'Amable to Maynooth.— Wages, 8,438.29; A. Bruce, timber, 12.50; J. Beaudrie, 
gravel, 18.00; H. F. Conlin, explosives, 69.06; P. J. Fitzgerald, cedar, 7.00; D. T. 
Fischer, gravel, 10.00; C. Hall, gravel, 45.00; H. Haryet, gravel, 4.80; Imperial 

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Colonization Roads. — Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges. — Continued 

Oil, Ltd., gasoline, oil, etc., 157.25; Kellar & Walker, truck parts and repairs, 
21.45; T. Mackay, gravel, 15.30; J. McConnel, posts, 8.00; C. W. Mullett, 
explosives, 374.85; The Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts, 115.20; E. Trolley, gravel, 

17.70 9,314 40 

Lauder.— Wages 500 00 

Lauder and Calvin.— Wages 1,025 25 

Laurier.— Wages, 272.50; C. P. Trussler, gravel, 28.50 301 00 

Lavant.— Wages, 1,400.18; The Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts, 111.60 1,511 78 

Laxton and Digby. — Wages, 1,107.47; J. O. Mclnnis, explosives, 3.01; less balance 

unpaid, 125.48 985 00 

Limerick. — Wages, 788.45; M. W. Connor & Son, explosives, 16.25; W. A. McMurray, 

explosives, 3.50 808 20 

Lount.— Wages, 1,140.75; S. Gates, gravel, 17.00; C. Johns, gravel, 13.70; H. Miller, 

explosives, 32.00; C. Moeck, gravel, 10.00 1,213 45 

Lutterworth. — Wages, 1,398.00; J. Graham, culverts, 52.80; D. J. Hartle, explosives, 
23.16; E. Pogue, gravel, 49.00; E. A. Rogers, explosives, 16.98; J. Welch, sharpen- 
ing drills, etc., 11.95 1,551 89 

Maeaulay— Wages 299 13 

Macauley-Draper. — 446.50; T. Gray, explosives, 22.95; Hern Hardware, Ltd., steel, 

etc., 30.10 499 55 

Machar and Strong.— Wages, 189.75; D. R. Kidd, explosives, 10.58 200 33 

Madoc (1929 accounts.)— Wages 101 00 

Madoc— Wages 1,402 25 

March.— Wages, 172.50; J. A. Nash, gravel, 28.00 200 50 

Marmora and Lake.— Wages, 990.76; G. E. Goodrich, gravel, 17.20 1,007 96 

Matawatchan to Calabogie Road. — Wages, 1,056.67; Devine & Legree, explosives, 

etc., 82.79; C. Strong, provisions, 238.86; J. B.Wilson, provisions, 133.26 1,511 58 

Matchedash. — Wages, 961.25; Coldwater Crushed Stone, Ltd., stone, 25.35; 

Gravenhurst Hardware Co., Ltd., explosives, 14.25; L. Oakley, gravel, 3.00 1,003 85 

Maynooth-Madawaska. — Wages 999 25 

Mayo.— Wages 707 05 

Medonte. — Wages, 1,348.50; D. T. Burnie, scraper repairs, 1.50; Coldwater Crushed 
Stone, Ltd., stone, 187.50; M. Drennan, wire, 5.23; E. French, gravel, 13.60; 

The Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts, 49.68; J. A. Yates, gravel, 12.00 1,618 01 

Medora- Wood.— Wages 500 25 

Medora-Wood, Peninsular Road.— Wages 1,002 90 

Minden.— Wages, 1,048.85; T. H. Rogers & Son, explosives, 7.82 1,056 67 

Monck. — Wages, 101.25; Treasurer, Monck Township, compressor and tractor 
rental, 806.25; truck hire, D. Burton, 129.37; L. Fitzmaurice, 547.50; H. Fawcett, 
196.88; A. Fowler, 703.12; A. Fraser, 1,359.36; N. Matchett, 524.99; C. Steel, 

810.00 5,178 72 

Monmouth (1929 accounts). — Wages 24 85 

Monmouth. — Wages, 962.15; Bolender Bros., explosives, 13.50; C.Godfrey, explosives, 

14.00 989 65 

Monteagle.— Wages, 1,013.05; C. W. Mullett, explosives, 108.31 1,121 36 

Monteagle and Herschel. — Wages, 1,149.30; O. Dupuis, gravel, 17.55; G. Hartwicke, 
gravel, 11.00; E. Laundry, explosives, 4.55; J. Rutledge, gravel, 18.90; J. 

Thompson, rock, 9.50 1,210 80 

Monteith (1929 accounts).— Wages 120 25 

Monteith.— Wages 215 75 

Monteith-Emsdale-Parry Sound Road.— Wages, 483.75; H. Smith, gravel, 27.00 510 75 

Morrison.— Wages, 398.00; J. E. Clipsham & Sons, explosives, 102.05 500 05 

Mowat. — Wages 126 50 

Mud Lake Road.— Wages 25 25 

Muskoka.— Wages, 1,105.27; J. E. Clipsham & Sons, Ltd., tools, etc., 5.50; N. W. 
Cook, sharpening drills, 2.00; G. W. Ecclestone, Ltd., shovels, 2.50; C. H. Grant, 
rent of forge and plows, 5.75; T. Gray, explosives, 28.65; R. H. Whaley & Son, 

blacksmithing, 3.90; Whitten Co., Ltd., tools, etc., 27.52 1,181 09 

McConkey-Hardy. — Wages 203 00 

McConkey- Wilson. —Wages, 499.37; Canadian National Railways, freight charges, 
1.02; B. Foreshaw, gravel, 10.75; E. Kirton, grader blades, etc., 21.00; J. Rogerson, 

gravel, 21.15; M. J. Stevens, cedar, 9.48 562 77 

McKellar.— Wages, 437.50; Can. Explosives, Ltd., explosives, 78.21 515 71 



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Colonization Roads — Continued 

Construction, Maintenance, and Repair of Roads and Bridges. — Continued 

McKenzie. — Wages, 816.75; R. Buchanan, gravel, 7.80; R. Farquhar, sharpening 
tools, 11.00; A. N. Fenn, explosives, 16.25; J. R. Tait, spikes, 2.70; J. Wagar, 

gravel and cedar, 47.60 902 10 

Nipissing. — Wages, 465.14; J. Knight, blacksmithing, 9.75; L. McCloskey, ex- 
plosives, 25.86 500 75 

Oakley. — Wages, 1,893.40; W. N. Boyes, explosives, 61.00; Corrugated Pipe Co., 

Ltd., culverts, 37.44; T. Gray, explosives, 7.55; 1,999 39 

Olden.— Wages, 2,309.26; Imperial Oil, Ltd., gas, 21.76; D. B. McDonald, gas, 
16.50; R. McGinnis, cedar, etc., 25.35; J. A. Pringle, explosives, etc., 183.51; 

J. Welch, gravel, 18.10 2,574 48 

Opeongo— Wages, 875.75; H. Bruce, gravel, 32.25; P. J. Enwright, gravel, 75.30; 

J. Legris, gravel, 16.80 1,000 10 

Orillia (1929 accounts).— Wages, etc 304 14 

Orillia. — Wages, 1,449.37; W. Brunson, gravel, 3.60; J. Clark, stone, 14.10; J. J. 
Dunn, stone boat hire, 1.50; T. Gammon, gravel, 4.80; E. Gardiner, stone, 14.70; 

Limestone Products, Ltd., stone, 226.10; J. McLennan, gravel, 15.00 1,729 17 

Oro. — Wages, 1,012.00; W. Anderson, gravel, 16.40; Barrie Fuel & Supply Co., 
cement, 21.00; G. Brooks, gravel, 129.60; D. McLaren, gravel, 17.00; G. Rugman, 

gravel, 12.00 1,208 00 

Oso.— Wages, 1,093.70; E. B. Buell, lumber, etc., 12.29; E. Clements, pickets, 
4.50; Imperial Oil, Ltd., gasoline, 10.88; James Bros., explosives, 24.65; H. E. 
Norris, cedar, 8.25; J. A. Pringle, explosives, drill, etc., 141.70; J. Whan, poles, 

7.00 1,302 97 

Pakenham— Wages 400 37 

Palmerston. — Wages, 964.17; J. Crain, postage, .01; W. A. Geddes, gravel, 2.10; 
James Bros., explosives, 24.49; D. Riddell, gravel, 4.90; S. Shanks, explosives, 

5.40; E. Watson, gravel, 12.60 1,013 67 

Papineau (1929 accounts).— Wages, etc 1,380 79 

Papineau.— Wages, 6,836.45; J. H. Bell Co., Ltd., explosives, 30.25; T. Blake, 
gravel, 25.60; B. Charette, gravel, 80.20; P. Delaire, gravel, 7.40; A. Desaurdy, 
blacksmithing, 2.50; E. Gravell, gravel, 11.80; H. Hazelwood, 27.50; Mattawa 
Hardware, explosives, etc., 32.50; J. McOrmand, gravel, 9.00; W. Newbury, cedar, 
8.80; T Seguin, gravel, 18.10; A. Smiley, cedar, 12.00; J. Smiley, gravel, 25.00. . . 7,127 10 

Patterson.— Wages, 1,091.87; H. Edwards, wire, etc., 9.30 1,101 17 

Pembroke.— Wages, 219.50; E. Sullivan, gravel, 33.00 252 50 

Petawawa.— Wages 650 00 

Pringle (1929 accounts).— Wages 40 50 

Pringle.— Wages 1,011 13 

Proudfoot— Wages 200 00 

Radcliffe.— Wages 803 75 

Raglan.— Wages 1,219 62 

Rama. — Wages, 1,534.05; W. Brunson, gravel, 9.00; H. R. Cook, blacksmithing, 
6.50; O. H. Cooper, gravel, 22.00; W. E. Cooper, explosives, 14.50; W. J. Duggan, 
tile, 7.50; J. W. Kett, gravel, 2.80; Fred Montgomery, gravel, 74.80: H. Robinson, 

tool handles, 1.73 1,672 88 

Rolph (1929 accounts).— Wages 306 95 

Rolph, Buchanan and Wylie. — Wages 676 87 

Ross. — Wages, 1,103.43; R. Caswell, gravel, 52.50; Cockburn & Archer, explosives, 
24.00; R. Jones, explosives, 2.75; C. Marriott, coal, etc., 5.10; D. A. Phillips, 

tool hire, 16.00 1,203 78 

Ross and Bromley Townline. — Wages 251 00 

Ross and Westmeath Townline. — Wages 201 00 

Ryde and Draper. — Wages, 967.75; J. E. Clipsham & Sons, Ltd., explosives, 19.75; 

H. H. Hill, explosives, 12.25 999 75 

Sebastopol. — Wages, 1,579.17; A. Driefke, gravel, 5.60; A. Kosmack, gravel, 26.00; 

M. Roach, gravel, 12.50 1,623 27 

Shawanaga. — Wages 105 25 

Sherborne (1929 accounts). — Wages 59 80 

Sherborne.— Wages, 681.62; S. V. Linklater, explosives, 9.29; M. F. McKay, 

explosives, 18.80 709 71 

Sherwood, Jones and Burns. — Wages, 1,478.97; V. Cybulskie, blacksmithing, 9.20; P. 

Stapa, gravel, 14.70 1,502 87 

Sinclair. — Wages, 770.00; Hern Hardware, Ltd., explosives, 15.00; J. Walker, 

blacksmithing, 6.25 791 25 

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Colonization Road. — Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges. — Continued 

Snowdon— Wages 820 50 

Spence (1929 accounts) .—Wages 62 15 

Spence. — Wages, 486.00; R. H. Adams, gravel, 2.20; Can. Industries, Ltd., explosives, 

etc., 10.83 ; A. H. Vigras, explosives, 4.92 503 95 

Stafford.— Wages, 1,308.46; W. Black, gravel, 15.00; J. W. Childerhose, gravel, 
18.60; L. Cliche, gravel, 21.30; C. Graham, gravel, 22.95; G. Wright, gravel, 

20.40 1,406 71 

Stafford and Wilberforce — Wages 102 00 

Stanhope (1929 accounts).— Wages 99 74 

Stanhope.— Wages, 549.37, less balance unpaid, 49.37 500 00 

Stanhope and Hindon .— Wages, 521.00; E. A. Rogers, tools, 2.70; W. Kent, gravel, 

1.00 524 70 

Stephenson.— Wages, 795.80; Hern Hardware, Ltd., shovels, 4.05 799 85 

Stisted— Wages, 482.25; Hern Hardware, Ltd., explosives, 18.55 500 80 

Tarbolton (1929 accounts).— Wages 25 45 

Tarbolton.— Wages 302 17 

Tay (1929 accounts).— Wages 141 85 

Tay.— Wages, 1,473.43; J. J. Arthurs, gravel, 18.80; R. Ball, gravel, 5.00; W. W. 
Cannon, gravel, 6.00; Coldwater Crushed Stone, Ltd., stone, 49.50; C. Cross, 
gravel, 16.50; T. Hutchinson, gravel, 33.00; W. W. King, 2,000 yards fill, 1,000.00; 
J. Kingsborough, explosives, 86.30; X. Revard, gravel, 22.60; K. D. Rose, gravel, 

7.00; I. Williams, tile, 3.75 2,721 88 

Tay, Port Severn Road.— Wages, 2,821.80; C Arbour, stone, 3.50; E. Arbour, gravel, 
194.25; P. Bonneville, stone, 20.00; Can. Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., culverts, 98.16; 
Coldwater Crushed Stone, Ltd., stone screenings, 48.00; J. Kingsborough, 

explosives, 15.50; P. Thiffault, earth fill, 44.00 3,245 21 

Tiny (1929 accounts).— Wages 99 25 

Tiny. — Wages, 133.00; Knapp's Hardware, explosives, 14.75; H. J. Player & Son, 

chain repairs, 2.00 149 75 

Tongamong. — Wages 201 00 

Tudor and Cashel— Wages 699 00 

Victoria Road.— Wages 100 75 

Watt. — Wages, 984.60; W. Crowder, blacksmithing, 4.80; W. Kirbyson, explosives, 

10.40 999 80 

West meath— Wages, 1,332.89; P. Brown, gravel, 37.05; J. Lacroix, gravel, 17.70; 

S. Robinson, gravel, 28.00; J. Valliant, gravel, 36.90 1,452 54 

Westmeath and Bromley.— Wages, 291.40; R. S. Boyl, gravel, 8.60 300 00 

Westmeath and Stafford. — Wages, 531.00; C. Graham, gravel, 8.40; C. Rollins, 

gravel, 10.80 550 20 

West Side of Gull Lake.— Wages 303 25 

Whitney-Madawaska. — Wages, 2,463.77; K. August, gravel, 117.00; H. S. Davis, 
tools, etc., 5.85; A. Dupuis, rent of camp, blacksmithing, etc., 30.70; A. Gutoskie, 
gravel, 115.00; M. Kukta, rent of camp, etc., 7.50; A. Kulliskewasky, gravel, 
120.50; C. & D. Murray, explosives, 58.00; W. O'Malley, blacksmithing, 1.00; 

O. E. Post, tools, roofing, etc., 7.79; J. Wetterville, gravel, 114.50 3,041 61 

Wilberforce (1929 accounts).— Wages 100 50 

Wilberforce.— Wages, 1,883.25; A. Dunahue, gravel, 2.40; T. Leach, gravel, 28.70; 

W. Rutz, gravel, 11.20; A. Schonnop, timber, 18.00 1,943 55 

Wollaston— Wages, 1,087.80; W. N. Gilroy, tools, etc., 7.50; Sawyer-Massey, Ltd., 

crusher, 1,000.00 2,095 30 

Purchase and Maintenance of Equipment. — D. H. Alexander, tent, 18.00; H. G. 
Allen, cylinder repairs, 1.50; J. W. Bornman, Ford Tudor, 367.13; J. G. Campbell, 
compressor repairs, 3.50; Canadian Industries, Ltd., wire, etc., 6.10; Canadian 
Ingersoll Rand Co., Ltd., compressors, jackhammers, drill, steel, pistons, etc., 
10,430.34; Compressed Air & Concrete Breaking Equipment Co., compressors, 
2,953.00; Dominion Road Machinery Co., Ltd., graders, 877.78; Doyle's Garage, 
Ford Tudor, 436.72; R. Fry, machinery repairs, 15.00: B. Greening Wire Co., 
Ltd., cable, 5.50; P. A. Kellar, truck repairs, 50.40; J. McCrae Machine & 
Foundry Co., tractor repairs, 13.55; R. McGarvey, Ford Tudor, 320.39; Meaford 
Steel Products, Ltd., scraper, 145.36; E. Maxwell & Sons, Chevrolet coupe, 
616.00; G. Nugent, loading, drilling machine, 14.75; The Pedlar People, Ltd., 
culverts, 223.20; J. A. Pringle, truck and drill repairs, 144.15; Sawyer-Massey, 
Ltd., grader and parts, 151.13; W. H. Simonett, Ford tudor, road machinery and 
truck repairs, 1,980.07; Sullivan Machinery Co., road machinery repairs, 224.58; 
Sundridge Garage, Ford tudor, 685.31; Truck & Tractor Equipment Co., graders 



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Colonization Road — Continued 

Construction, Maintenance and Repair of Roads and Bridges. — Continued 

and parts, 3,265.36; G. Wagar, truck repairs, 54.00; H. Williams, Plymouth 
sedan, 832.45; G. W. Wood, truck repairs, 11.50; Woods Mfg. Co., Ltd., tents, 
82.32; Woodman & Ross Motors, Ford tudor, 410.92; Willys Overland Sales Co., 
Ltd., Whippet coupe, 779.73 25,119 74 

Inspection of Roads and Bridges ($18,642.74) 

Inspectors — Services and Expenses. — Wm. Anderson, 1,585.53; W. R. Curry, 366.10; 
C. H. Jermey, 1,766.84; W. C. Millar, 1,620.69; D. Mitchell, 1,773.87; W. W. 
Pringle, 2,469.24; L. A. Pritchard, 1,538.60; J. O. Rochefort, 2,128.73; R. G. 
Sneath, 1,471.07; T. C. Swartman, 892.88; W. A. Suffern, 1,271.40; W. E. Wiggins, 
1,757.79 18,642 74 

Storage and Insurance of Roadmaking Machinery ($399.13) 

Bank and Mortimer, premiums on cars, 108.63; M. E. Billings, rent of storehouse, 
120.00; L. Godson, premiums on cars, 55.83; S. Martin, storage, 19.42; Smith 
and Walsh, premiums on cars, 95.25 399 13 

Engineering, Surveying and Locating Roads ($396.45) 

T. C. Swartman, wages of men, 134.00; purchase of options, 10.00; K. Rose, wages 

of men, 226.30; expenses, instrument man, etc., 22.15; medical fees, 4.00 396 45 

Colonization Roads $589,797.80 



STATUTORY 

Expenditures under Northern Development Act ($7,308,506.71) 
Summary 

Administration ($130,860.73) 

(R.S.O. 1927, Chapter 36, Section 9) 

Permanent salaries (see page H 4) 98,800 40 

Temporary salaries (see page H 13) 7,259 37 

106,059 77 

Contingencies (see page H 14) 28,460 18 

134,519 95 
Less cash advanced, 1928-1929 3,659 22 

130,860 73 
Salaries of Deputy Minister and Officials (see page H 4) 98,800 40 

Temporary Services. — J. Anderson, junior clerk at 50.00 per mo., 150.00; R. Carter, 
clerk stenographer at 75.00 per mo., 225.00; E. J. Dodds, draughtsman at 100.00 
per mo., 300.00; L. Elliott, clerk stenographer at 68.75 per mo., 825.00; T. Hayes, 
clerk stenographer at 68.75 per mo., 68.75; N. Holdsworth, clerk stenographer at 
68.75 per mo., 68.75; A. Hunt, stenographer at 87.50 per mo., 1,050.00; V. H. 
Jacques, clerk stenographer at 68.75 per mo., 564.32; F. McPhail, clerk typist at 
75.00 per mo., 225.00; P. Nichol, clerk stenographer at 68.75 per mo., 68.75; 
J. Perry, clerk stenographer at 68.75 per mo., 343.75, at 75.00 per mo., 525.00; 
M. Potts, clerk stenographer at 62.50 per mo., 232.64; E. Roberts, clerk typist 
at 75.00 per mo., 225.00; I. Shankland, clerk stenographer at 68.75 per mo., 
330.39; M. Tisdall, clerk stenographer at 81.25 per mo., 484.49; C. Tompsett, 
messenger boy at 8.00 per wk., 174.63; at 43.75 per mo., 306.25; J. E. D. Tonks, 
draughtsman at 150.00 per mo., 450.00; D. T. Welsh, draughtsman at 1,900.00 
per annum, 474.99, at 2,000.00 per annum, 166.66 7,259 37 

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Administration. — Continued 

Travelling Expenses.— F. G. Beardall, 146.96; C. L. Dicker, 216.70; Frank Flegg, 
58.00; C. H. Fullerton, 326.07; J. Gourlay, 67.45; C. G. Knight, 700.10; C. H. 
Meader, 1,378.77; A. Reid, 25.23; Jas. Sinton, 672.16; W. R. Smyth, 2,347.10; 
L. D. N. Stewart, 236.02; D. T. Welsh, 83.89 6,258 45 

Contingencies. — American Road Builders' Association, annual dues, 3.00; Art 
Metropole, office supplies, 206.90; Bark and Mortimer, auto insurance, 37.78; 
Brayley's Railway Guide, subscriptions, 8.00; Brown Bros, and Eplett, gas, oil 
and repairs, 9.04; Burroughs Adding Machine Company of Canada, Ltd., inspec- 
tion, repairs, 95.63; Cadillac Motor Car Company of Canada, Ltd., La Salle 
sedan, 2,793.50; Canadian Engineer, subscription, advertising, 165.00; Canadian 
Geographical Society, fees, 3.00; Canadian Good Roads Association, subscription, 
4.00; Canadian National Express, express, 251.71; Canadian National Railways, 
freight, 33.05; Canadian National Telegraphs, telegrams, 136.73; Canadian 
Pacific Express, express, 164.91; Canadian Pacific Railway Co., freight, 115.40; 
Canadian Pacific Railway Company's Telegraphs, telegrams, 227.17; Canadian 
Photo Co., photostats, 117.24; H. S. Crabtree, Ltd., blueprints, 213.63; A. G. 
Cummings Co., Ltd., drafting instruments, 55.61; Dominion Transport Co., 
cartage, freight, 1.99; The T.Eaton Co., Ltd., overalls, 1.95; Engineering News 
Record, subscription, 5.00; Engineering Institute of Canada, fees and subscription, 
10.00; Felt & Tarrant, Ltd., comptometer repairs, 26.15; Lionel Godson, auto 
insurance, 30.32; Grand & Toy, Ltd., cabinet, 5.00; Instruments, Ltd., blue- 
prints, 12.47; King's Printer, stationery, printing, 10,228.99; W. L. Lawer, 
disbursements, 2.18; Hugh C. McLean Publishing Co., Ltd., subscription, 
3.00; Miller Lithographic Co., Ltd., copies of Roads of Ontario, 745.00; Milne's 
Garage, car parts, gas, 24.90; Murdock Stationery, carbon paper, 75.90; National 
Stationers, Ltd., Ellams paper, 23.25; Bank of Nova Scotia, special cheques, 
453.25; Association of Ontario Land Surveyors, annual dues, 14.00; Ontario 
Motor League, annual dues, 5.00; Permanent International Association of Road 
Congresses, membership card, 5.00; Leonard A. Philip & Co., adding machine 
repairs, 2.74; Thos. Pocklington Co., level, repairs, 123.75; Porter's Drug Store, 
alcohol, .15; Postmaster, stamps, 38.78; Professional Engineers of the Province 
of Ontario, annual dues, 15.00; Department of Public Highways, service charges 
on cars, 2,946.88; J. Frank Raw Co., Ltd., level, drafting supplies, 105.13; Royal 
Bank of Canada, special cheques, 107.44; Smith & Walsh, Ltd., auto insurance, 
36.80; Tarling Map Mounting Co., mounting maps, 45.85; The Thomas Co., 
reading glass, .35; Thomas & Corney, inspections, 92.00; Toronto Railway & 
Steamboat Guide Co., guides, 11.25; Toronto Transportation Commission, car 
tickets, 18.00; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., inspection, 216.25; D. T. Welsh, 
car allowance, 50.00; The Whitten Co., Ltd., hardware, .92; Willys-Overland 
Sales Co., 2 cars, parts, etc., 2,038.29; Woods Manufacturing Co., Ltd., tent 
poles, 37.50. Less cash advanced, 1928-1929, 3,659.22 18,542 51 

Roads and Bridges ($7,070,101.77) 
R.S.O. 1927, Chapter 36, Section 11, Clause B 

District No. 1, Huntsville 1,191,525 95 

District No. 2, North Bay 562,038 91 

District No. 3, Sudbury 774,213 43 

District No. 4, Sault Ste. Marie 739,757 53 

District No. 5, New Liskeard 512,136 41 

District No. 6, Matheson 590,974 28 

District No. 7, Cochrane 1,220,163 28 

District No. 8, Fort William 714,643 46 

District No. 9, Kenora 486,251 95 

District No. 10, Fort Frances 278,396 57 



7,070,101 77 
District No. 1 ($1,191,525.95) 

Engineer, K. Rose, Huntsville 

Ferguson Highway 947,725 45 

Parry Sound-Nobel Road 36,654 08 

Gravenhurst-Bala-Parry Sound Road 21,584 69 

Falkenburg-Utterson-Rosseau-Parry Sound Rd 20,759 89 

Burk's Falls-Parry Sound-Magnetewan Road 19,256 39 

Bracebridge-Baysville-Dorset Road 11,695 69 



Carried forward 731,487 50 



1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT H 15 

Brought forward 731,487 50 

Road and Bridges — Continued 

District No. 1.- — Continued 

Powassan-Restoule Road 10,530 49 

Trout Creek-Loring Road 8,220 90 

Sundridge-Magnetewan Road 3,516 74 

Emsdale-Sprucedale Road 2,307 60 

Equipment and tools 30,932 19 

General maintenance, settlers' and other roads; sundry 

expenditure 78,341 84 

1,191,525 95 

Travelling Expenses. — P. A. Ballachey, 19.70; D. Benzie, 18.50; H. Borneman, 
12.71; D. H. Campbell, 724.10; Albert W. Cant, 10.85; J. O. Coates, 16.90; 
E. W. Geddes, 40.20; Roy Gillman, 10.33; G. Hayward, 30.86; M. Ibbitson, 
19.95; Lawrence A. Kay, 14.50; J. A. Lang, 48.29.; D. Lough, 79.13; Geo. 
McKenzie, 297.70; E. McLeod, 36.95; Ross Miller, 256.00; P. Mulveney, 145.74; 
John Paris, 80.80; R. Richards, 33.95; R. E. Richardson, 287.15; K. Rose, 
773.05; I. Simpson, 17.05; W. B. Webster, 17.60; H. P. Williams, 11.90 3,003 91 

Advertising, Newspapers, Printing, Stationery. — Arrow Publishing House, 32.66; 
Canadian Engineer, 64.80; Contracting Record & Engineering Review, 74.60; 
Daily Commercial News & Building Record, 36.00; Huntsville Forester, 28.89; 
Muskoka Publishing Co., Ltd., 56.00; Powassan News, 27.75; Thomas Company, 
24.55 345 25 

Autos, Trucks, Accessories, Parts and Repairs. — Burks Falls Garage, 450.70; E. O. 
Casselman Garage, 1,017.95; Central Garage (J. P. Shields), 685.10; Central 
Garage (Calderwood & Robinson), 209.58; Gravenhurst Garage, 1,352.89; 
Gravenhurst Service Station, 1,257.80; Highway Garage, 24.48; Francis Holt, 
15.98; W. Mechefske & Son, 92.33; Morris Garage, 993.87; Muskoka Foundry 
Ltd., 698.20; Muskoka Garage, 472.16; Powassan Garage, 622.26; Department of 
Public Highways, 2,035.19 9,928 49 

Camp and Road Supplies and Equipment. — James Antcliffe, 10.07; Armstrong's 
Meat Market, 398.65; The Art Metropole, 185.50; Baines & David, Ltd., 1,647.44; 
H. J. Baldwin, 461.20; The Barrett Co., Ltd., 32,982.89; Wm. Bermingham & 
Sons, 12.60; Bethune Pulp & Lumber Co., 328.06; C. Biebly, 36.00; Bird Woollen 
Mill Co., Ltd., 25.00; Bituminous Spraying & Contracting Co., 16,846.95; Harry 
Booth, 11.40; Wm. Bothrell, 33.61; John R. Boyd & Son, 94.40; Bracebridge 
Light, Water & Power Commission, 31.87; Stan Brennan, 17.82; T. Brennan, 
28.59; A. H. Brunne, 39.47; Burks Hardware Co., 11.20; Burlington Steel Co., 
135.44; R. W. Butler, 17.44; Mrs. Bert Campbell, 61.18; C. W. Campbell, 
2,467.37; Dan Campbell, 80.85; Canada Cement Co., Ltd., 16,882.12; Canada Bitu- 
muls Co., Ltd., 9,303.66; Canada Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., 34.23; Canadian 
Industries, Ltd., 69.66; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 5,801.86; Canadian Ingersoll 
Rand Co., Ltd., 3,837.60; Can. Timber Co., 225.46; D. Carter, 473.49; Clark, 
Howe, Waters & Knight Bros. Co., Ltd., 195.46; J. E. Clipsham & Sons, Ltd., 
737.96; Cochrane Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 135.75; A. Cook, 2,241.75; Corrugated 
Pipe Co., 2,188.26; Wilbert Culham, 50.00; A. G. Cumming Co., Ltd., 30.00; 
M. & M. A. Deans, Ltd., 29.57; Dominion Road Machinery Co., 1,144.03; 
Dominion Chemical Co., 1,491.13; Jas. Driver, 68.66; Walter Driver, 48.42; 
A. N. Fenn, 589.80; A. E. Fetterly, 1,511.30; Flintkote Roads, Ltd., 13,670.80; 
Gasaccumulator Co. (Canada), Ltd., 260.00; General Supply Company of 
Canada, Ltd., 2,188.62; E. Gougeon, 12.50; Robert Graham, 52.59; R. W. Gra- 
ham, 122.16; The B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 932.65; Adam Hall, Ltd., 147.63; 
Hamilton Bridge Co., Ltd., 6,200.00; Robert Harvey Lumber Co., 32.96; Robert 
Hainey, 13.47; Hern Hardware, Ltd., 2,643.00; R. J. Hicks, 21.00; T. Hicks, 
474.04; F. Hill, 70.00; Herbert J. Hodgson, 32.34; Mrs. J. Hogarth, 43.42; E. S. 
Hunt, 37.75; Geo. Hunt, 35.45; Huntsville Lumber Co., 86.98; Huntsville 
Trading Co., 330.06; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 9,430.53; Imperial Varnish and Colour 
Co., Ltd., 296.72; Norman Jamieson, 63.84; Jeffrey Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 
169.03; Godfrey Johnson, 55.22; D. E. Kendrick, 26.75; D. R. Kidd, 12.39; 
Harry Kitchen, 55.80; Knight Bros. Co., Ltd., 12.12; H. Longford, 58.80; Geo. 
Law, 41.50; Joseph Lawrence, 390.13; Lowe Bros. Co., Ltd., 591.69; Geo. 
Loxton, 15.75; Mrs. J. McCharles, 32.74; L. McCloskey, 2,425.53; G. McCon- 
nell, 334.04; Fred McDaniel, 178.35; Mcintosh Grain & Feed Co., Ltd., 579.92; 
McKinley Hardware Co., 283.49; A. R. McLachlan, 10.34; Miss J. McNichol, 



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H 16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 744,765 15 

Roads and Bridges — Continued 
Camp and Road Supplies and Equipment — Continued 

23.90; John McNichol, 33.39; B. McNut, 11.70; A. E. Marshall, 365.40; Massey- 
Harris Co., Ltd., 621.96; Meaford Steel Products, Ltd., 2,151.68; Metallic 
Roofing Company of Canada, Ltd., 27,385.35; Dan and Mrs. Dan Michailes, 
166.59; Mickle Dyment & Sons, 398.31; H.,S. Miller, 44.82; Mitchell McDonald 
Co., Ltd., 119.40;' Ed Moorhouse, 306.35; W. H. Moorhouse, 84.00; Alex Murray 
& Co., Ltd., 888.14; Muskoka Motor Service, 333.67; Muskoka Wood Manufac- 
turing Co., Ltd., 38.79; Northern Planing Mills, Ltd., 27.38; Novar Garage, 
441.28; Wesly Nunn, 20.40; George F. Olan, 110.94; E. H. Oldfield, 15.00; Ontario 
Bridge Co., 1,443.05; Oxy Welding Machine Shop, 12.75; Mrs. J. N. Pearce, 
67.95; Pedlar People, Ltd., 4,418.18; J. A. Peer & Son, 2,178.00; A. L. Perkins 
& Co., 2,965.52; J. W. Perry, 1,191.46; Thos. Pocklington Co., 299.69; Post- 
master, 381.95; Powassan Planing Mills, 39.49; Department of Public Highways, 
24.00; W. M. Purdon & Son, 99.95; J. Quinn, 139.28; J. Frank Raw Co., Ltd., 
46.65; Reflex Sign Co., 182.88; Reid & Brown, Ltd., 2,319.76; T. H. Reid & Co., 
3,217.42; Harvey Ricker, 119.80; Tom Rivers, 37.20; Robert A. Robertson, 18.70; 
Roebuck & Sharpe, 759.70; J. A. Rowe, 15.40; Richard Rowlandson, 387.25; 
Solomon St. Jean, 16.00; Sarnia Bridge Co., Ltd., 33,753.63; Sawyer Massey, 
Ltd., 11,576.81; A. Schameborn, 13.00; Scott's Boat Livery, 373.66; R. M. 
Shaw, 439.27; Wm. F. Shay, 107.23; J. D. Shier Lumber Co., Ltd., 246.31; E. T. 
Shortland, 497.60; Henry Simpson, 155.44; Harry Skuce, 81.90; Smith's Hard- 
ware & Grocery, 10.40; John B. Smith & Sons, Ltd., 293.46; Thomas Smith, 
95.06; South River Trading Co., Ltd., 213.70; Earl Stone, 9.00; Tallin and Mrs. 
Stone, 166.55; Sullivan Machinery Co., 520.20; Geo. Thompson, 82.20; Trout 
Creek Garage, 330.66; Trout Creek Lumber Co., 519.43; Truck & Tractor 
Equipment Co., Ltd., 68.58; Mrs. Thomas Tryon, 32.90; Mrs. T. Tyron, 48.44; 
Union Garage, 295.50; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 21.72; Utterson Lumber 
Co., 38.67; Wardell & Co., 86.59; Ware Bros., 1,031.09; Frank Wassaites, 355.35; 
Wettlaufer Bros., 14.50; Mrs. G. White, 239.51; Whitten Co., Ltd., 24.04; 
Mrs. E. R. Wilcocks, 8.15; A. Wilson, 242.15; Woods Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 
2,254.44; G. S. Yearley, 512.63 254,257 52 

Contracts. — Wm. J. Acton, gravelling Novar-Emsdale Section, Ferguson Highway, 
13,187.50; A. Alexander, placing gravel in piles on Burks Falls- Magnete wan 
Road, 712.00; Angus & Taylor, cutting, etc., right-of-way and diversions from 
Emsdale northerly approximately 10 miles, Ferguson Highway, 62,786.49; 
Wm. Bermingham & Son, Muskoka River bridge at Bracebridge, 17,339.32; Wm. 
Bermingham & Son, construction of subway, grading of roadway, Township of 
MacAulay, Ferguson Highway, 24,562.97; Bituminous Spraying & Contracting 
Co., regrading and resurfacing Ferguson Highway, Gravenhurst to Bracebridge, 
22,727.09; Bituminous Spraying & Contracting Co., Ltd., retread surface, 
Bracebridge-Huntsville section, Ferguson Highway, 60,422.40; W. Dillane, 
bridges and culverts, Township of Armour, Ferguson Highway, 21,846.93; 
J. S. Leitch, construction of bridges and culverts, Township of Perry, Ferguson 
Highway, 1,544.83; J. S. Leitch, Big East River bridge on Ferguson Highway, 
2,473.54; J. S. Leitch, construction of bridges, Township of Machar, Ferguson 
Highway, 1,385.31; Bruce Moore, placing gravel in piles on Burks Falls-Parry 
Sound Road, 1,724.74; Muskoka Construction Co., cutting, etc., Ferguson 
Highway, South River northerly, 16,883.97; Muskoka Construction Co., cutting, 
etc., diversion Township of Perry, Ferguson Highway, 32,281.44; Muskoka 
Construction Co., cutting, etc., Ferguson Highway, 8,903.31; G. W. Rankin, 
placing gravel in piles on Rosseau-Parry Sound Road, 2,871.06; H. T. Routly, 
construction of bridges and culverts, Township of Himsworth, Ferguson Highway, 
Powassan-Callander Section, 20,715.13; J. O. Smith, placing gravel in piles on 
Burks Falls-Magnetewan Road, 804.22 313,172 25 

Gravel, Rock and Stone. — John Beaman, 1,848.20; H. Borneman, 58.60; H. Brook, 
11.20; A. A. Brooks, 96.00; Dougal Campbell, 119.80; E. Casselman, 92.70; Cold- 
water Crushed Stone, Ltd., 44,546.10; Mrs. Charlotte H. Cofley, 40.00; Herman 
Coon, 23.70; Jno. Davis, 358.50; H. Eagle, 276.80; L. Emlan, 11.10; H. Etter, 
50.70; John Gibbs, 577.00; John Gore, 11.90; A. Hawshield, 18.80; J. Hunter, 
28.05; Thomas Kilpatrick, 14.30; Geo. Law, 1,333.20; Longford Crushed Stone, 
Ltd., 5,285.31; Charlotte McDonald, 58.10; W. J. McTiernan, 20.C0; A. Mack, 
199.40; W. B. Munroe, 295.30; J. Neely, 1,029.60; W. Nichol, 69.50; Rachael 
Paris, 35.00; Robert Peever, 17.20; E. W. Shaw, 37.50; John Smith, 38.46; 
Municipality of Village of Sundridge, 790.00; W. Thorn, 39.30; Abraham Wilson, 
529.20 57,960 52 

Pay Lists. — Wages of men 406,317 01 

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Brought forward 1,776,472 45 

Roads and Bridges — Continued 

Board and Lodging. — Albion Hotel, 270.00; Anna Austin, 12.40; Bayview Lodge, 
168.59; C. Biebly, 12.00; Bigwin Laundry, 46.35; Mrs. Bert Campbell, 193.70; 
Jas. Carlino, 42.35; Central Hotel, 140.00; Mrs. H. Chivers, 11.00; P. J. Clark, 
79.95; Alexander Camden, 61.50; Mrs. E. Devitt, 374.00; Mrs. S. Devitt, 152.89; 
David Dunbar, 188.00; Mrs. W. Gibhardt, 10.50; A. Gilchrist, 34.67; Gilmour 
House, 45.75; Mrs. T. J. Hammell, 53.80; Mrs. Geo. Jenkins, 451.70; J. Keeler, 
16.00; Kent House, 961.50; H. Lalonde, 658.00; Frances P. Leece, 184.50; 
Mrs. Geo. McKenney, 11.00; The Mansion House, 150.00; Rachael Paris, 
80.00; A. Rosewell, 281.72; J. A. Rowe, 198.37; E. Gertrude Sibbett, 160.50; 
Mrs. Walter Spence, 510.30; Stark's Restaurant, 610.50; Mrs. W. A. Suffern, 
65.00; Mrs. H. White, 9.00; Mrs. E. R. Wilcocks, 90.29; G. S. Yearley, 135.90. . 6,471 73 

Purchase of Property, Right-of-Way. — Margaret Alexander and Perry Brock, 250.00; 
M. T. Armstrong, 177.00; Wm. Armstrong, 801.50; Bethune Pulp & Lumber 
Co., 55.80; A. A. Brooks, 590.00; Wm. Alexander Callery, 14.10; Robt. Campbell, 
540.75; Wm. Chalmers, 185.00; Samuel and Jas. Cooper, 538.20; A. G. Culbert, 
156.25; Jas. Cuthbertson, 100.00; Jno. W. Davies, 638.75; Jas. P. Douglas, 
552.00; Angus Gauthier, 505.00; Cleophose Gauthier, 691.25; John Gore, 37.20; 
R. W. Graham, 487.75; Peter Grant and A. L. Perkins, 140.00; Raoul Groulx 
and Abraham Wilson, 1,061.50; James Hanson, 125.00; Harry Hewitt, 110.00; 
Mrs. Minnie Hubbard, 186.00; Thomas Kilpatrick, 375.00; Jason Lake, 281.25; 
J. D. Lumsden, 565.50; Amelia McCharles, 628.00; Mrs. Louie Florence 
McDonald, 456.25; Mrs. Edith McLaughlin and Fred Metcalfe, 75.00; W. J. 
McTiernan, 432.00; A. G. Maynard and Geo. Kirkpatrick, 192.50; Fred Metcalfe, 
1,311.25; S. R. Michaelis, 75.00; Minett Shields, Ltd., 1,625.00; J. B. Nelson, 
625.00; Wm. P. Peever, 213.50; Wm. Bertram Pink, 539.00; Charles Porter, 
365.00; Harvey Ricker, 25.50; Mrs. Lillie A. A. Rivers, 402.00; Tom Rivers, 
693.75; H. N. Robb, 616.25; L. F. Robertson, 70.88; John Schafer, 265.00; Geo. 
Schamehorn, 380.00; Percy Sellens, 618.00; Earl Stone, 765.00; Richard Symons, 
408.00; Mrs. Hester Louise Trainer, 25.00; Frances W. Tucker, 701.25; James 
Vanmeer, 292.50; James Webber, 133.75; R. A. Whitehead, 42.25; Abraham 
Wilson, 629.20 21,770 63 

Miscellaneous. — James Antcliffe, cleaning office, 104.00; Bark & Mortimer, auto 
insurance, 17.25; Bell Telephone Company of Canada, phone services and 
moving poles, 1,080.16; Wm. Bermingham & Sons, extra work on highway, 
2,574.80; Bigwin Laundry, washing blankets, 110.08; Albert Blackley, black- 
smithing, 12.50; Bracebridge Light, Water & Power Commission, lighting, 
16.47; Canadian Inspection & Testing Co., Ltd., testing cement, 159.96; 
Canadian National Express, express, 148.54; Canadian National Railways, 
freight, 61,069.87; Canadian National Telegraphs, telegrams, 10.36; Canadian 
Pacific Express, express, 80.35; Canadian Pacific Railways Co., freight, 171.64; 
N. W. Cook, blacksmithing, 26.20; B. Cottrill & Sons, rent of office, 300.00; 
J. H. Elliott, rental of office, 11.00; F. Gabriek, blacksmithing, 16.10; C. Gil- 
lespie, reg. plans, 12.56; Robert Graham, rent of camp ground, 5.00; Peter 
Grant and A. L. Perkins, moving barn, 10.00; W. L. Haight, registration fees, 
51.85; James Hanson, destroying trees, 15.00; Geo. Hayes, blacksmithing and 
cartage, 51.50; Wm. Hemmings, use of roadway, 10.00; Alex Hill, erection of 
steel, 3,700.00; John A. Hill, livery, 11.00; E. S. Hunt, estimating land value and 
buildings, 20.00; Town of Huntsville, 50 per cent, of cost of paving through 
Huntsville, 30,006.99; Wm. Hutchins, cartage, 1,208.81; Hydro-Electric Power 
Commission of Ontario, repairs to lines and poles, 38.46; David Johnson & Son, 
blacksmithing, 72.86; M. Kelly, ditching, 1,153.00; Knight Bros. Co., Ltd., 
moving poles, 25.35; James Knight, blacksmithing, 181.70; Leitch Construction 
Co., Ltd., erection of steel, 7,675.00; Chas. E. Lount, reg. of plan, 20.10; Mrs. J. 
McCharles, rent of granary, 15.25; Robt. McLaughlin, blacksmithing, 14.55; 
Robt. McLeod & Co., erection of bridge, 810.00; W. J. McTiernan, rent of 
building and ground, 130.00; Magnetewan Municipal Telephone System, moving 
lines, 31.08; Mrs. John Mark, removal of material, 75.00; John Mawhinney, 
rent of house and buildings, 113.00; Fred Metcalfe, options of purchase of 
right-of-way, 110.00; S. R. Michaelis, rent of ground, 20.00; Gordon Middleton, 
use of car and cartage, 14.15; Millest & Fleming, blacksmithing, 89.15; Milne's 
Garage, cutting pipe, 4.00; Township of Monck, drawing gravel, 24.00; Muskoka 
Construction Co., hauling and unloading gravel, 144.00; Muskoka Construction 
Co., rent of scrapers, 774.00; Muskoka & Parry Sound Telephone Co., Ltd., 
moving line, 20.00; Mrs. E. Newlove, cartage, 40.90; Ontario Bridge Co., erection 



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Roads and Bridges — Continued 
M iscellaneous — Continued 

of steel, 3,702.21; John Paris, rent of transit and level, 60.00; Pirie & Stone, 
Barristers, professional services, 965.38; E. W. Richards, cartage, 80.25; L. F. 
Robertson, securing options for purchase of right-of-way, 16.00; L. F. Robertson, 
rent of office, 49.33; Stark's Restaurant, rent of office, 125.00; Star Taxi and 
Transfer, cartage, 28.99; R. H. Thompson, estimating land value, 20.00; A. 
Wilson, rent of camp ground, 55.00; A. E. Wilson & Co., Ltd., insurance on 
cars, 54.00. Petty disbursements, unenumerated, 541.34. Less credit, Smith & 
Walsh, Ltd., 6.40 1 18,298 64 

District No. 2 ($562,038.91) 

Engineer, G. A. White, North Bay 

Callander-Mattawa-Pembroke Road 287,263 82 

North Bay-Sudbury Road 89,295 42 

Ferguson Highway 27,752 99 

Field River Valley and Desaulnier Pike Lake Road 22,057 28 

Martland, Veuve River, Deer Creek, Guerin and Klein 

Bridges 16,159 17 

Field-Marten River Road 13,410 14 

Warren-Rutter Road 1 1,093 61 

Hagar-St. Charles Road 7,254 91 

Bigwood-French River Road , 4,978 74 

Warren-River Valley Road 3,995 94 

Sturgeon Falls-Field Road 3,779 21 

Noelville-Bigwood Road 3,526 75 

Equipment and tools 22,266 86 

General maintenance, settlers' and other roads; sundry 

expenditure 49,204 07 

562,038 91 

Travelling Expenses. — T. Atkinson, 58.74; W. E. Buchan, 19.30; A. W. Chalmers, 
10.10; J. K. McConnell, 259.80; D. A. Mclvor, 144.32; J. McKenzie, 1,026.36; 
J. A. Martin, 15.70; D. Moore, 89.79; P. Rochefort, 485.44; Fred Sayner, 92.35; 
A. C. Stewart, 263.60; G. A. White, 394.58 2,860 08 

Advertising, Newspapers, Printing, Stationery. — Canadian Engineer, 51.80; Contract 
Record & Engineering Review, 36.40; Daily Commercial News & Building 
Record, 54.00; The Nugget, 142.82; Pembroke Standard Observer, 25.80 310 82 

Autos, Trucks, Accessories, Parts and Repairs. — Ainslie Motor Sales, 84.90; Auto 
Electric Service, 1,045.20; Bay City Machine Works, 915.26; V. Bouffard, 
24.00; J. Carey, 19.75; Charland's Battery Service, 20.40; Doyle's Garage, 
325.64; Clo. Guennette, 620.81; Keyes Supply Co., 379.95; Wm. Laforge, 85.94; 
Lafrance Tire & Battery Service, 44.41; North Bay Garage, 789.11; Northern 
Supplies, Ltd., 966.35; J. A. Prieur, 1,360.71; Smyth Bros. Garage, 26.85; 
Star Service Co. 19.75 6,729 03 

Camp and Road Supplies and Equipment. — Ainslie Motor Sales, 1.60; American Oil 
& Paint Co., 45.28; E. Amyot, 32.09; Angus & Taylor, Ltd., 76.05; Jas. Annes, 
11.20; Art Metropole, 132.20; Jos. E. Baechler, 122.00; Barrett Co., Ltd., 
17,820.06; H. A. Botsford, 16.39; Estate of Walter Beatty, 18.75; J. A. Belanger, 
12.95; Estate of J. H. Bell Co., Ltd., 1,091.11; Eug. Bertrand, 12.90; A. Brault, 
3.20; Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 242.84; Canada Cement Co., Ltd., 3,727.35; 
Canadian Industries, Ltd., 2,033.74; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 1,249.46; Cana- 
dian Oil Companies, Ltd., 8,727.82; Can. Timber Co., Ltd., 68.96; Frank Cassie, 
440.00; P. Champagne, 21.60; G. H. Chellew, 40.08; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, 
Ltd., 2,351.84; Cockshutt Plow Co., Ltd., 132.45; Corrugated Pipe Co., Ltd., 
6,215.80; C. Cousineau, 5.50; Edoard Daoust, 142.40; N. Desrosier, 51.90; Do- 
minion Road Machinery Co., Ltd., 4,588.88; Dominion Rubber Co. (Ontario), 
Ltd., 52.53; Dominion Tie and Timber Co., 21.00; Estate of David Dover, 158.86; 
Duncan Fruit Co., Ltd., 130.87; E. D. Dufras, 68.00; Electric Supply Co., 60.04; 
Alex Filon, 14.00; A. Fortier, 543.39; Gamble-Robinson, North Bay, Ltd., 611.52; 
Gasaccumulator Co., Canada (Ltd.), 260.00; General Supply Company of Canada, 
Ltd., 4,557.44; E. Giesebrecht, 44.62; A. Gignac, 27.95; A. Gingras, 11.50; E. Gin- 
gras, 18.48; Thos. Grieves, 14.00; A. Guthrie, 26.00; Hamilton Bridge Co., Ltd., 
8.40; J. Herman, 191.66; Higgins & Burke, Ltd., 687.59; Hocken Lumber Co., Ltd., 
131.07; A. G. Hume, 19.95; W. A. Johnson, 25.00; Jas. Kilbey, 302.35; W. E. 
Kinsey, 45.13; Kutschke & Sons, Ltd., 38.52; M. Lacombe, 15.00; J. D. Laird, 
12.48; Lands and Forests Department, 909.56; O. Larocque & Sons, 872.14; 
John Leckie, Ltd., 240.81; Lindsay & McCluskey, Ltd., 266.48; B. Louiseize, 
20.10; McDonald Bros. & Co., 589.44; John McWilliams, 32.00; Mageau Lumber 



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Roads and Bridges — Continued 
Camp and Road Equipment Materials and Supplies — Continued 

Co., Ltd., 1,059.63; Mrs. Beatrice Martin, 13.37; Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., 
331.26; Gordon Matthews, 15.50; Mattawa Hardware, 264.93; Meaford Steel 
Products, Ltd., 1,009.20; Jack Meiller, 12.15; Metallic Roofing Company of 
Canada, Ltd., 4,394.85; Michaud Freres, Ltd.. 74.37; J. H. Mulligan, 46.43; 
Alexander Murray & Co., Ltd., 10,925.29; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 2,505.82; 
Noelville Trading Co., 2,631.64; A. C. O'Connor, 46.53 ; Ontario Reformatory 
Industries, 430.91; J. A. Paiement, 120.00; Pedlar People, Ltd., 218.42; Jos. 
Pedneault, 25.80; Peerless Baking Co., 147.63; Pembroke Lumber Co., 306.30; 
F. Pilon, 11.90; E. Plante, 50.00; H. H. Portier, 163.28; J. A. Quenneville, Jr., 
108.24; J. Frank Raw Co., Ltd., 172.00; Reflex Sign Co., 122.87; Reid & Brown, 
Ltd., 1,400.00; J. W. Richardson, 21.00; J. O. Robert, 11.15; D. Rosseau, 69.80; 
H. H. Roy, 1,486.16; J. E. Ryan, 10.56; Sawyer-Massey, Ltd., 768.03; F. Seguin, 
15.70; J. A. Serre, 33.25; P. Sherwin, 272.23; Dr. Harold Spearman, 29.50; 
Standard Planing Mills & Lumber Co., Ltd., 39.74; H. Sullivan, 28.00; Sullivan 
Machinery Co., 677.25; Sunny Side Beach, 46.22; R. B. Tennant & Co., 188.38; 
Mrs. Geo. Thur, 300.50; Todd Sales Co., Ltd., 18.35; Truck & Tractor Equip- 
ment Co., Ltd., 323.30; Albert Trudel, 57.70; J. A. Vaillancourt, 38.14; Henry 
Valiquette, 28.00; J. T. Vinet, 199.32; C. C. Wakefield & Co., Ltd., 84.93; Mrs. 
A. J. Walber, 40.50; T. Walber, 13.42; W. C. Warburton & Co., Ltd., 605.16; 
West Arm Inn, 25.80; J. P. Whyte, 16.75; Willys-Overland Sales, 970.91; G. 
Winch, 11.40; Woods Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 453.82; less Imperial Oil Ltd., 
16.00 credit 93,941 57 

Contracts. — Edgar Irvine Co., Ltd., Consolidated Bituminous retread on Pembroke- 
Mattawa trunk road from Pembroke 10 miles northwesterly, 26,938.97; Muskoka 
Construction Co., cutting, etc., approximately 10 miles of Pembroke-Mattawa 
trunk road, Townships Buchanan and Rolph, 63,922.65; J. S. Leitch Construction 
Co., erection of concrete bridge over Bissett Creek, Mattawa-Pembroke Road, 
Township of Maria, 6,425.30; Leitch Construction Co., concrete bridge, Duchene 
Creek, Township Widdifield, Ferguson Highway, 2,830.94; Leitch Construction 
Co., Ltd., abutments and floor for bridge over Deer Creek, North Bay-Sudbury 
trunk road, Township Kirkpatrick, 8,698.01 108,815 87 

Gravel, Rock, Stone.— A. Adams, 20.10; W. Adams, 131.80; O. Arbour, 37.90; A. A. 
Aubin, 45.05; J. Barr, 22.20; H. Beauleau, 10.20; E. Belaire, 125.20; S. Bissette, 
48.05; P. Boisgard, 11.40; A. Brault, 13.00; A. E. Burton, 104.20; J. Cainville, 
24.75; Jas. Cassidy, 22.50; J. Cayer, 18.70; H. Champagne, 48.20; E. Charette, 
79.20; P. Chretien, 27.70; Andy Cotnam, 46.50; S. Dauphanais, 18.00; A. Davies, 
13.50; W. Dennome, 11.40; E. Dufresne, 38.70; W. Dugard, 124.15; C. Duval, 
47.70; Mrs. M. P. Eden, 55.20; A. Falham, 11.00; R. Fraser, 11.00; H. Frederick, 
11.70; Arthur Gaudette, 26.40; A. Gauthier, 29.10; P. Gervais, 14.00; J. Gorill, 
22.40; J. Gosselin, 143.10; H. Horner, 186.85; C. W. Jones, 23.00; H. Lacroix, 
50.35; L. Landeen, 17.40; Art Larocque, 103.35; A. Lavasseur, 210.50; J. Legault, 
18.90; D. Legault, 10.50; J. Legault, 47.90; A. Lemeux, 28.20; Rocairo Lemieux, 
25.90; M. Lemieux, 16.90; Limestone Products, Ltd., 864.73; S. Marcotte, 28.90; 
T. Marion, 11.20; A. Marleau, 20.50; E. Menard, 21.75; N. Menard, 12.00; 
J. Miron, 14.00; E. Montreuil, 21.00; J. Montreuil, 28.20; W. Nadon, 12.60; 
O. Nitchke, 39.80; F. Ouellette, 86.10; Town of Pembroke, 23,082.07; Art Piette, 
35.30; E. Poirier, 47.90; M. A. Racicote, 43.70; P. Racicote, 61.65; Jos. Rain- 
ville, 12.40; D. Rachon, 13.50; M. Rachon, 11.35; J. Shane, 120.75; S. Shiner, 
15.20; N. Swain, 11.90; J. L. Sylvestre, 167.70; J. Turner, 10.40; O. Turpin, 
75.70; N. Vachon, 19.80; E. Vaillancourt, 55.00; O. Witink, 35.90; V. H. Woodland, 
42,909.10 70,043 85 

Pay Lists. — Wages of men 242,901 25 

Board and Lodging.— A. Adams, 34.40; Fred T. Baker, 162.70; A. Barrette, 53.60; 
Mrs. W. E. Blair, 43.00; Mrs. Robt. Bole, 46.50; Mrs. J. E. Campbell, 58.00; 
C. Cousineau, 25.00; Edouard Daoust, 1.75; Jas. Kilby, 36.00; John Lavoie, 
79.20; Mrs. Wm. Mclsaac, 827.75; A. McKechnie, 398.80; A. C. O'Connor, 
3.50; Jos. Pedneault, 31.75; O. Richer, 478.75; Mrs. T. Scott, 1,763.20; Mrs. C. 
Sheedy, 16.35; Mrs. H. Smith, 51.60; Mrs. M. Stewart, 22.00; Mrs. Geo. Thur, 
231.10; B. and Mrs. B. Tooley, 68.70; L. W. Tooley, 19.70; Mrs. A. J. Walker, 
627.90; B. Walker, 18.00; H. Watson, 528.25; Mrs. Alb. Wagner, 87.50 5,715 00 

Proportionate Cost of Roads. — Townships of — Caldwell, 2,675.00; Casimer, Jen- 
nings, Appleby, 2,202.00; Cosby, Mason, 686.43; Field, 879.77; Springer, 
700.00; West Ferris, 1,400.82; Widdifield, 2,000.00 10,544 02 

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Roads and Bridges — Continued 

Purchase of Property, Right-of-Way. — Dr. Harold Spearman 45 50 

Miscellaneous. — T. Atkinson, car rental, 56.00; C. Auger, blacksmithing, 66.65; 
Barrett Co., Ltd., freight, 638.92; Estate of Walter Beatty, cartage, 27.25; 
Bell Telephone Company of Canada, moving poles, etc., 345.36; Burlington Steel 
Co., Ltd., freight, 3.50; Canadian Industries, Ltd., freight, 1.34; Can. Inspection 
& Testing Co., testing cement, 32.00; Canadian National Express, express, 
62.49; Canadian National Railways, freight, fares, 1,922.56; Canadian Pacific 
Express, express, 49.15; Canadian Pacific Railway Co., freight, 6,195.63; Cana- 
dian Pacific Railway Telegraph, telegrams, 25.48; J. Carey, rent, 18.00; Ross 
Carmichael, moving poles, 18.00; N. T. Cooper, removal of buildings, 25.00; 
John Ferguson, rent of office, 420.00; Lionel Godson, insurance on cars, 23.20; 
Hamilton Bridge Co., Ltd., freight, 13.78; Frank E. Harley, compensation for 
accident, 400.00; Hydro-Electric Power Commission, light repairs, 130.70; 
Edgar Irvine Co., Ltd., ditching, hauling, filling, 1,069.48; John Jacques, livery, 
cartage, 374.00; Wm. Laforge, livery, 701.26; D. Laporte, rent, 90.00; John 
Leckie, Ltd., freight, 4.00; Leith Construction Co., Ltd., erection of steel, 750.00; 
J. McKenzie, car rental, 202.00; Nipissing Laundry Co., Ltd., washing blankets, 
59.28; Postmaster, North Bay, stamps, 176.00; P. Racicote, blacksmithing, 4.60; 
H. T. Routly, patching surface defects, 2,547.13; Sawyer- Massey, Ltd., freight, 
80.04; F. Seguin, livery, 41.50; P. Sherwin, blacksmithing, 2,312.06; Smith & 
Walsh, Ltd., insurance on car, 246.50; Star Taxi & Transfer, freight, 124.35; 
Temiskaming & Northern Ontario Railway, freight, 43.86; W. J. Tobin, black- 
smithing, 30.50; Albert Trudel, blacksmithing, 116.53; United Typewriter Co., 
Ltd., inspection of machine, 38.67; Warburton & Co., Ltd., express, 6.69; A. E. 
Wilson Co., Ltd., insurance on cars, 44.45; R. H. Wilson, blacksmithing, 115.15. 
Petty disbursements, unenumerated, 478.86 20,131 92 

District No. 3, ($774,213.43) 

Engineer, E. J. Hosking, Sudbury 

North Bay-Sudbury Road 92,745 91 

Sudbury-Chelmsford-Levack Road 87,617 31 

Espanola-Little Current Road 66,281 69 

Sault-Sudbury Road 52,944 53 

Sudbury-Capreol-Milnet Road 35,112 78 

Chapleau-Devon Road 34,243 03 

Little Current-Gore Bay Road 21,913 24 

Gore Bay-Meldrum Bay Road 19,996 89 

Chelmsford-Blezard Road 14,805 40 

Sudbury-Garson-Massey Bay Road 14,641 53 

Burwash Road 10,800 42 

Little Current-Manitowaning Road 10,406 10 

Espanola Horse Hill Road 6,474 38 

Mindemoya-West Bay Road 5,093 87 

Gore Bay-Providence Bay Road 4,998 25 

Providence Bay-Manitowaning Road 4,938 50 

Shining Tree Road 4,906 50 

Sudbury-Long Lake Road 4,588 08 

Sandfield-Mindemoya Road 3,936 42 

Bidwell-Green Bay Road 3,768 20 

Nepewassing Lake Road 3,596 96 

Copper Cliff-Creighton Road 3,342 64 

Sudbury-McFarlane Lake Road 2,919 39 

Lee Valley Road 2,243 36 

Long Bay-Perivale-Spring Bay Road 1,642 07 

Lake Apsey Road 1,597 95 

South Bay Mouth Road 1,170 45 

Equipment and tools 30,075 72 

General maintenance, settlers' and other roads, sundry 

expenditure 227,41 1 86 

774,213 43 



Travelling Expenses.— W. J. Fillion, 155.95; H. Flesher, 193.55; M. J. Harty, 41.90; 
Geo. Holmes, 281.22; E. J. Hosking, 1,348.55; John McAinsh, 723.70; A. L. 
McDonald, 443.27; A. R. McDonald, 56.25; D. J. McEachern, 505.68; M. W. 
Moore, 234.55; D. D. Snaith, 225.15 4,209 77 



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Roads and Bridges — Continued 

Advertising, Newspapers, Printing and Stationery. — A. L. Caldwell, 12.20; Cliffe 

Printing Co., Ltd., 12.00; F. C. Muirhead, 40.55; Sault Daily Star, 24.20 88 95 

Autos, Trucks, Accessories, Parts and Repairs. — Campbell's Garage, 125.60; S. H. 
Campbell, 24.95; Davison's Garage, 423.33; Delongchamp Truck Sales & Service, 
580.00; Duncan Bros., 377.91; A. Duxbury, 16.90; J. Frawley, 10.50; A. L. 
Gagnon, 35.00; Gardner's Garage, 903.37; Gore Bay Garage, 13.80; Gutta Percha 
& Rubber, Ltd., 351.64; Harpham Bros., 717.98; Hudson Essex Garage, 18.13; 
McLaughlin, Buick & Marquette, 142.85; McLeod Garage, 2,891.58; R. J. 
Mitchell, 356.17; Provincial Tire Corporation, 351.62; Department of Public 
Highways, 27.00; Republic Automotive Parts of Canada, 451.01; Republic 
Trucks, 1,158.69; Scott Motor Sales, 17.39; M. Stringer, 13.95; Willys-Overland 
Sales Co., Ltd., 4,258.26 13,267 63 

Camp and Road Supplies and Equipment. — Abitibi Power & Paper Co., Ltd., 
195.56; James Adams, 348.45; D. M. Ainslie, 403.43; Algoma Eastern Railways 
Co., 639.38; Anglo Traders Co., Ltd., 45.00; Fred Aubertin, 45.60; Austin Manu- 
facturing Co., 328.97; Austin & Nicholson, 81.07; Auto Starter Co., 86.15; Azilda 
Garage, 56.45; Alex Beaudry, 13.50; Robert Bell Engine & Thresher Co., Ltd., 
20.97; Oscar T. Bennett, 431.43; Joseph Bezine, 28.00; J. S. Bisaillon, 195.00; 
E. Bohm, Ltd., 19.00; Jos Bois, 36.30; S. H. Bolton, 10.55; Felix Bonin, 11.85; 
T. Bonin, 66.96; Octave Boucher, 809.54; John Bower, 40.48; Samuel Bowyer, 
25.20; R. D. Boyter, 10.10; Charles Bracken, 27.60; Wm. Bracken, 16.25; S. J. 
Bradley, 12.60; E. Brady, 130.40; Geo. Bucciarelli, 1,248.14; Burlington Steel Co., 
Ltd., 269.69; Burton's Garage, 11.45; J. Byrnes, Junior, 22.20; Canada Cement 
Co., Ltd., 474.00; Canada Creosoting Co., Ltd., 755.68; Canada Ingot Iron Co., 
Ltd., 297.67; Canadian Industries, Ltd., Montreal, 3,448.44; Canadian Industries, 
Ltd., Sudbury, 641.26; Canadian Ingersoll Rand Co., Ltd., 1,070.01; Canadian 
Oil Cos., Ltd., 8,105.16; James Carter, 86.04; James Case, 39.06; Pierre Castonguay 
12.50; Central Meat Market, 849.75; Chapleau Meat Market, 1,002.80; Estate 
of Manly Chew, 10.62; S. Clarke & Co., 20.85; J. H. Clement, 20.00; Cochrane- 
Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 3,421.23; Martin Connell, 112.84; A. G. Cook, 156.49; 
Fred Corbiere, 15.28; K. N. Corbiere, 57.22; Corrugated Pipe Co., Ltd., 13,607.60; 
W. H. Cranston, 17.75; D. W. Debossige, 9.80; G. Delaney, 82.26; Charles 
Delyea, 28.84; Desjardin, Langlis & Wolfe, Ltd., 702.16; Peter Doig, 58.60; F. 
Downey, 16.00; F. Dubreuil, 15.00; N. Duxbury, 13.80; Empire Coal & Lumber 
Co., Ltd., 19.00; H. Endleman & Co., 862.16; Espanola Trading Co., 195.56; 
Evans Co., Ltd., 5,149.45; R. H. Fensom, 81.68; Geo. Fielding, 14.00; Fowler 
Hardware Co., Ltd., 1,532.41; Thos. Freeman, Jr., 10.50; James Gamey, 25.90; 
Gardner- Denver Co., Ltd., 19.55; Gasaccumulator Co. (Canada), Ltd., 210.51; 
J. D. Gemmell, 41.82; General Supply Co. of Canada, Ltd., 4,074.40; General 
Welding, 94.80; Get Gas, Ltd., 473.09; Louis Giroux, 30.00; Sam Godard, 19.75; 
A. Graham, 144.14; R. L. Graham, 6,860.42; Grand Union Hotel, 143.48; H. J. 
Gratton, 33.70; Wm. Green, 14.00; Gunns, Ltd., 52.68; W. Guy, 31.20; R. B. 
Hall, 21.05; Wm. Harper, 5.40; C. W. Hinds, 19.25; Hocken Lumber Co., Ltd., 
447.79; E. S. Humphrey, 39.65; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 598.17; International 
Harvester Co. of Canada, Ltd., 12.62; J. E. Irving & Co., 12.15; Edward J. 
Jackoboise, 99.82; Mrs. R. Jalbert, 14.00; Johan Jansson, 13.00; Jeffrey Manu- 
facturing Co., Ltd., 65.88; D. C. Johnston, 228.60; Alex Jones, 44.76; Ed. Jones, 
30.00; Wm. Kemp, 28.50; A. Kalari, 17.50; J. Karli, 26.10; Laberge Lumber Co., 
671.53; Jules Labre, 45.84; John Lammi, 46.60; Percy S. Lane, 35.61; J. C. Lear- 
mont, 25.06; Geo. A. Lockerby, 485.00; W. A. Lytle, 13.50; M.R. McArthur, 12.25; 
J. D. McColeman, 11.68; McColl Bros., Ltd., 73.75; McColl-Frontenac Oil Co., 
Ltd., 471.09; Jack McCormick, 14.20; McDonald Bros. & Co., 348.75; S. R. Mc- 
Donald, 30.18; Wm. J. McDonald, 283.77; J. A. McGill, 35.40; A. S. McKenzie, 
15.00; J. L. McKenzie, 101.50; M. McLean, 45.00; D. J. McLeod, 34.24; McMillan 
Gold Mines, Ltd., 29.00; John J. McMurray, 20.00; O. Mainville, 15.00; D. 
Maleau, 19.17; J. H. Marceau, 81.00; Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., 90.89; Joe 
Masson, 20.00; J. G. May, 573.80; Metallic Roofing Co. of Canada, Ltd., 395.10; 
T. A. Millichamp, 9.45; Moore Bros., 559.93; J. Morin, 31.30; Motor Tools 
Specialty Co., 29.91; J. E. Moyle, 503.40; Alex. Murray & Co., Ltd., 802.01; 
National Grocers Co., Ltd., 3,269.75; Northern Coal & Wood Co., 91.35; Nova 
Engine Co., 24.00; James O'Brien, 36.00; S. P. Parmly & Co., 20.00; T. J. Patten, 
28.65; William Patterson, 620.50; E. Pellow, 1,664.26; Pellow's Garage & Taxi 
Service, 762.55; Pen-Link, Ltd., 130.57; J. J. Pickasky, 28.64; O. Pilon, 41.60; 
John E. Powell, 16.32; Reflex Sign Co., 122.81; A. Reid, 50.05; Reid & Brown, 
Ltd., 1,374.00; Eugene Rheaume, 82.00; John Ristimaki, 21.00; Howard Routcliffe, 



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Roads and Bridges — Continued 
Camp and Road Equipment, Materials and Supplies — Continued 

217.50; Roy Bros., 523.82; D. Roy, 636.19; H. H. Roy, 196.80; J. A. Roy, 17.25; 
Joe Rumley, 11.90; Joe St. Germain, 10.75; Mrs. Ouide Savaril, 98.32; Sawyer- 
Massey, Ltd., 1,323.82; L. B. Scannell, 48.24; A. Silverman & Son, 27.45; J. N. 
Sisson, 14.00; D. F. Smart, 15.00; Smith & Chappie, Ltd., 2,099.79; Sudbury 
Star, 134.55; Sudbury Construction & Machinery Co., Ltd., 1,017.20; Mike 
Sykos, 429.54; Napoleon Tetrault, 441.30; Domick Therrien, 83.76; Joseph 
Tranchemontagne, 34.60; Thomas Trimble, 242.85; N. Trotter, 251.51; Byron 
H. Turner Co., Ltd., 1,220.04; John Turpeinen, 26.60; A. B. Vaillancourt, 
6,986.32; E. D. Vaillancourt, 75.00; Joseph Vaillancourt, 35.19; R. Vaillancourt, 
40.00; Varey Bros., 1,228.55; A. J. Wagg, 10.77; Wahnapitae Power Co., 155.20; 
W. A. Wardrop. 105.55; R. O. Watson, 16.70; G. L. White, 46.90; D. A. 
Williamson, 11.35; A. S. Wilson, 131.05; Wolfe & Collins, 1,006.82; Woods Manu- 
facturing Co., Ltd., 239.15; S. A. Wright, 36.70; T. C. Young, 161.30 96,467 71 

Gravel, Rock and Stone.— E. Ahola, 16.90; Wm. Ainslie, 20.00; Mrs. Geo. Armstrong, 
36.10; John Arnold, 11.00; Wm. Ashley, 46.40; D. M. Bailey, 35.40; D. N. 
Bailey, 22.50; Hugh Bailey, 33.90; James Bailie, 50.00; Stanley Bailey, 15.60; 
Ed. Baker, 10.95; R. Bayer, 40.65; G. F. Bergeron, 69.75; John Bowser, 99.15; 
Ted. Brocklebank, 33.70; Dougal Campbell, 52.00; Geo. Campbell, 39.45; Ike 
Campbell, 12.00; R. J. Campbell, 13.50; Thos. Campbell, 18.60; John Cannard, 
49.65; James Case, 37.90; M. Chamberlain, 112.00; Harry Charette, 364.10; 
Frank Scott Clarke, 18.15; J. H. Clement, 21.20; Narcises Corbiere, 58.20; 
R. Cranston, 19.50; Malcolm Crawford, 13.20; Miss Lillie Cryderman, 129.85; 
Annie Debossige, 14.00; D. W. Debossige, 4.50; Mrs. P. Debossige, 55.00; Harry 
Debossige, 33.00; J. Dever, 131.50; Dominion Road Machinery Co., Ltd., 
4,879.70; C. Duhamel, 150.00; D. Duhamel, 100.00; W. Duxbury, 13.50; Robert 
Eade, 239.50; Wm. Eadie, 26.70; W. F. Edmonds, 75.10; Earle Edson, 828.80; 
R. H. Fensom, 10.00; Archie Ferguson, 21.30; Percy Ferguson, 59.30; Bert 
Finch, 27.70; J. A. Finch, 17.10; D. J. Finlan, 104.95; Bert Fleming, 13.90; Mrs. 
E. Forsythe, 76.30; John Fowler, 13.50; Mert Franklin, 95.50; G. L. Fraser, 
106.30; Albert Gagnon, 46.10; J. Gibbons, 19.50; Roy Graham, 31.00; R. L. 
Graham, 722.80; W. H. Graham, 32.50; Wm. Grainger, 17.35; Geo. L. Griffith, 
40.20; Mrs. Geo. Hall, 33.30; John Hall, 12.80; Wm. Hall, 43.65; Wm. Haner, 
13.10; J. Harju, 40.00; M. Harju, 14.90; Wm. Harper, 17.40; John Hopkins, 
26.90; Wm. Hull, 21.60; Department of Indian Affairs, 744.75; D. C. Johnston, 
27.00; Ish. Johnston, 207.50; J. Jones, 26.00; Jos. Kay, 51.10; John Kay, 42.25; 
Wm. Kemp, 11.00; W. Kainula, 30.60; J. Karlie, 20.80; John Lagassey, 18.90; 
J. Lahti, 52.00; John Lammi, 74.00; Donald Lanktree, 25.95; Ben Leeson, 12.75; 
T. Lenola, 17.70; Robert J. Lewis, 50.20; Herbert Looker, 16.20; N. F. Lovelace, 
43.30; T. Luopa, 12.70; Clifford Luscombe, 29.50; Wm. McAllister, 32.95; Earl 
McAnsh, 47.96; A. McArthur, 21.30; Jane McArthur, 121.85; Mrs. John 
McArthur, 22.20; J. D. McColeman, 10.20; W. D. McCormick, 39.40; Geo. 
McCulligh, 57.45; Clifford McCutcheon, 12.30; Archie McDonald, 24.00; Charles 
McDonald, 25.65; M. L. McDonald, 43.00; Wm. J. McDonald, 13.50; W. 
McDonald, 29.70; Neil McDougal, 26.50; J. McGibbon, 19.95; John McGibbon, 
11.70; Mclntyre's Estate, 73.40; Geo. Mclvor, 59.90; Mrs. John McKechnie, 
40.60; James McKinley, 17,40; John McLean, 22.70; John McMillan, 20.00; 
W. D. McMitchell, 663.60; Malcolm McPhee, 71.55; W. T. McRae, 62.20; H. J. 
Manninen, 23.55; Wm. Marshall, 21.60; Martin & Co., 14.40; T. A. Millichamp, 
25.50; Wallace Moore, 39.90; W. R. Moore, 83.50; J. G. Morphet, 99.60; Johnston 
Noble, 152.30; Northern Sand & Gravel Co., 50.00; Herbert Orr, 22.80; John 
Overfield, 11.85; Adolphe Paquette, 48.90; Mrs. S. Paquette, 101.60; Wells 
Parkinson, 44.70; Ralph Pearson, 3 1.60; G. Pharond, 40.30; Thos. Pallard, 43.40; 
L. Portlance, 15.00; J. Leslie Prentice, 15.40; A. Rintal, 31.30; K. Ristimake. 
16.00; Andrew A. Robertson, 56.80; J. C. Robinson, 29.00; Edward Robson, 87.50; 
W. Ronka, 11.50; W. Raive, 78.25; Leslie Rumley, 57.75; J. T. Rutledge, 38.35; 
T. St. Jean, 113.10; Mrs. David Sagle, 20.70; Mrs. Samuel Sauve, 633.70; Mrs. 
Ouide Savaril, 40.90; John Slagel, 12.70; Wilson Sterling, 45.80; Geo. Thompson, 
25.50; Henry Thurlow, 74.80; J. H. Tinkis, 18.90; Mrs. T. Toivonen, 19.10; 
Napoleon Treaultrailts, 13.60; Neil Turner, 12.75; John Turpeinen, 26.40; United 
Church of Louise Township, 70.00; Herbert Vanhorne, 137.80; Thomas Vanhorne, 
30.00; J. Vanmeer, 58.70; j. A. Ward, 11.55; A. Warren, 153.20; Joseph Willerton, 
13.60; John Williams, 12.75; Tom Williams, 44.20; P. Williamson, 15.70; Tom 
Williamson, 13.20; Mrs. V. P. Wilman, 18.80; Oscar Wilta, 56.20; Thomas 
Wright, 16.50; less credit, Longford Crushed Stone, Ltd., 154.92 15,684 29 

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Roads and Bridges— Continued 
Pay Lists.— Wages of men 587,522 30 

Board and Lodging. — Mrs. S. Bassinet, 10.35; Mrs. P. Charron, 758.95; Chelmsford 
Hotel, 907.50; Crawley & McCracken Co., Ltd., 138.00; Lillian Dockrell, 51.40; 
D. J. Finlan, 28.00; A. L. Gagnon, 62.00; P. Gascon, 32.50; Eugene Gervais, 
91.20; Grand Union Hotel, 12.00; Mrs. H. B. Greenon, 89.95; Ed. Jones, 384.50; 
W. D. McCormick, 16.45; Mrs. L. Makela, 21.84; P. Rouleau, 44.40; J. A. Roy, 
1,165.15; Mrs. O. Sauve, 24.15; Napoleon Tetrault, 35.50; Mrs. A. Williamson, 
158.75; A. S. Wilson, 144.13; Niel Zangari, 47.50 



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Proportionate Cost of Roads. — Townships of — Assiginack, 1,500.00; Balfour, 
3,138.73; Barrie Island, 500.00; Billings, 900.00; Blezard, 750.79; Burpee, 599.10 
. Carnarvon, 1,200.00; Cockburn Island, 600.00; Dowling, 1,000.00; Drury 
Denison & Graham, 1,400.00; Gordon & Allan, 1.332.50; Howland, 1,500.00 
McKim, 1,339.80; Martland, 1,000.00; Nairn, 200.00; Neelon & Garson, 3,300.00 
Ratter & Dunnet, 1,550.00; Rayside, 1,930.41; Saulter, 200.00; Sandfield, 400.00 
Tehkummah, 742.72 



Purchase of Property- 
McNamara, 300.00. . 



Right-of-Way. — LAir Liquide Society, 9,380.13; James 



25,084 05 



9.680 13 



Miscellaneous. — Algoma Eastern Railway Co., freight, 405.62; Algoma Eastern 
Railway Co., labour and material used in cutting rails, 4.45; Hector Allie, black- 
smithing, 43.65; E. Allie, blacksmithing, 29.98; Adam Arnold, cartage, 12.25; 
Bark & Mortimer, auto insurance 123.75; A. H. Beath, rent of office, 900.00; 
Bell Telephone Co. of Canada, Ltd., moving poles and phone services, 621.34; 
C. R. Bradley, cartage and bus fares, 112.00; British American Express Co., Ltd., 
express, 38.45; Norman Buchanan, blacksmithing, 34.75; Burns Transfer, 
trucking, 1,141.87; Canadian Inspection & Testing Co., Ltd., testing cement, 
4.00; Canadian National Express, express, 2.40; Canadian National Railways, 
freight, 41.71; Canadian Pacific Express Co., express, 72.26; Canadian Pacific 
Railway Co., freight, 10,310.53; Canadian Pacific Railway Co., Telegraph, 
telegrams, 17.88; Mrs. H. Catagee, washing blankets, 27.30; Jules Charbonneau, 
rental of house, 42.00; Customs, Canada, duty, 84.40; Armand Dubois, black- 
smithing, 43.65; H. Flesher, rent of garage, 10.00; Mrs. Eli Francis, cleaning 
office, 110.00; Paul Gamache, blacksmithing, 101.60; Lionel L. Godson, insurance 
on cars, 92.30; N. Gordon, janitor services, 105.00; James Haner, cartage, 12.50; 
Geo. Johnson, blacksmithing, 41.65; Andrew R. Jones, janitor's services, 75.00; 
L'Aire Liquide Society, rent of storage space, 799.30; L. Latreille, blacksmithing, 
12.50; Emile Laurin, jitney fare, 14.00; Arthur Lavoie, blacksmithing, 15.00; 
Leonards Transfer, trucking, 14.00; Z. R. Lepage, blacksmithing, 47.23; Town of 
Little Current, lighting, 11.00; John McAnsh, horse hire, 57.00; J. A. McGill, 
blacksmithing, 242.75; Dr. W. R. Manchester, livery, 201.50; Manitoulin and 
North Shore Telephone & Telegraph, Ltd., telegrams and telephone services, 
136.45; Cleve Panton, hauling timber, 15.00; Eugene Paquette, blacksmithing, 
11.35; J. E. Parks, cartage, 13.00; Postmaster, 294.53; P. Rouleau, blacksmithing, 
32.26; Smith & Walsh, Ltd., auto insurance, 79.65; A. Steed, blacksmithing, 15.55 
Sudbury Steam Laundry, washing blankets, 108.00; Town of Sudbury, water, 
light, power, etc., 116.80; Sudbury Transit Co., Ltd., car hire, 17.50; B. Tarricani, 
truck rental, 18.00; Todd Sales Co., Ltd., overhauling protectograph, 18.35; 
John Trimmer, cartage, 22.50; N. Trotter, office rent, 132.23; A. E. Wilson Co., 
Ltd., insurance on cars, 108.00; D. Wyman, blacksmithing, 55.91. Petty 
disbursements, unenumerated, 712.73 17,984 38 

District No. 4 ($739,757.53) 

Engineer, G. J. Lamb, Sault Ste. Marie 

Sault-Sudbury Road 240,119 00 

Sault-Batchewana Road 81,611 28 

Sault-Searchmont Road 74,905 53 

People's and Fourth Line Road 22,285 82 

St. Joseph Island Roads 21,581 35 

Korah Second Line Road 20,516 05 

Patton-Parkinson Road 20,090 34 

Wharncliffe Road 18,977 27 

Dean Lake Road 6,859 64 

Dunn Valley Road 6,560 02 

River Road 5,895 60 



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H24 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 3,259,265 79 

Roads and Bridges — Continued 
District No. 4 — Continued 

Diamond Lake and Gordon Lake Road 5,087 92 

Point Aux Pins Road 4,712 14 

WaWa-Grace Mine Road 3,525 61 

Otter Lake Road 2,631 92 

Wanes Road 2,360 30 

White River Road 2,294 92 

Goulais Bay Road 2,126 33 

Shakespeare Road 1,864 50 

Steinke Bridge 1,842 1 1 

Gagnon Bridge 1,335 99 

Pine Island Roads 1,333 28 

Goulais Bay and People's Road 1,300 76 

Montgomery Bridge 1,288 40 

Lee Valley Road 1,281 08 

Lake Duborn Road 1,192 52 

Birch Lake Road 1,168 65 

Cranberry Creek Road 1,155 85 

Moose Creek Road 1,109 64 

Equipment and tools 51,795 02 

General maintenance, settlers' and other roads; sundry 

expenditure 130,948 69 

739,757 53 

Travelling Expenses. — James Barkley, 542.16; Arthur J. Cane, 55.75; Felix Cullen, 
25.00 A. O. Evans, 11.31; Tom Ewan, 10.65; W. J. Harris, 345.80; Thos. 
Humphries, 458.75; J. L. Hunter, 18.40; G. J. Lamb, 734.33; F. Latour, 11.40; 
Wm. McDonald, 56.38; Alex. Mclntyre, .60; R. Maitland, 4.60; D. Mitchell, 
550.25; John Nelder, 179.50; G. Reid, 44.65; H. Richards, 22.95; R. H. Somes, 
36.25; Noah Tessier, 8.60; L. F. Williams, 34.98 3,152 31 

Advertising, Newspapers, Printing, Stationery. — Cliffe Printing Co., Ltd 11 20 

Autos, Trucks, Accessories, Parts and Repairs. — Battery Service Station, 741.99; 
Blind River Garage, 1,543.76; Bruce Mines Garage, 750.98; Chenier's Garage, 
197.68; Desbarats Garage, 369.18; Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co., Ltd., 
344.61; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 20.50; Garage Supply Co., Ltd., 99.41; Harpham 
Bros., 154.29; T. A. Heye, 633.18; Lynch Auto Sales Co., Ltd., 659.55; Marshall 
Motor Car Co. of Canada, Ltd., 298.27; R. J. Mitchell, 178.22; National Super- 
service, 15.50; Pelletier Motor Sales, 11.00; Provincial Tire Corporation, 63.17; 
Republic Truck Ltd., 1,789.31; Schoales Garage, 459.58; Scott Motor Sales, 
10.07; Shier s Garage, 1,280.97; Soo Garage, Ltd., 12.50; Spanish Garage, 149.33; 
Steel City Motor Sales, 493.08; E. N. Stinson, 49.52; Noah Tessier, 159.58; 
Ashton Upper, 16.00; A. E. Wilson Co., Ltd., 1,321.24; McColl Bros., Ltd., 
less credit, .32 11,822 15 

Camp and Road Supplies and Equipment. — J. D. Adams (Canada), Ltd., 391.04; 
Algoma Produce Co., Ltd., 209.96; Algoma Steel Corporation, 625.20; Roy 
Alkendrick, 89.40; W. L. Allen, 65.35; Pasquale Allessio, 53.00; Ed. Ansley, 7.20; 
Charles Anttonen, 37.50; Geo. Ashmore, 12.00; Auto Starter Co., 62.50; Baines 
& David, Ltd., 397.76; E. L. Bedford, 6,706.25; Reuben Beilhartz, 10.90; H. H. 
Bell, 19.50; Jim Bell, 51.65; Peter Bell, 171.90; Bennett & Elliott, Ltd., 33.31; 
M. Bennett, 51.25; Albert Booth, 100.00; Alphonse Boulleautte, 74.65; N. H. 
Bowers, 438.33; Medora Boyer, 55.00; Peter Boyer, 33.00; R. Boyle, 119.90; 
F. Y. W. Brathwaite, 999.13; Bridge Bros., 406.36; Henry Buchanan, 4.20; 
J. E. Buchanan, 16.43; Bucyrus Erie Co., 38.37; A. A. Burk & Co., 548.75; 
Byers Machine Co., 140.96; L. Cameron, 70.00; Canada Creosoting Co., Ltd., 
1,019.20; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 1,089.92; Canadian Ingersoll Rand Co., Ltd., 
114.06; Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., 910.80; F.Carlson, 21.37; Carney &Schultz, 
1,015.92; Carpenter-Hixon Co., Ltd., 1,425.73; F. Cart, 54.55; Melvin Carter, 
125.01; A. E. Cartmill, 37.00; J. A. Cheer, 28.13; R. W. Cheer, 11.20; W. Chisholm, 
23.20; H. B. Christilaw, 15.30; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 3,686.82; 
Cockshutt Plow Co., Ltd., 1,646.71; Angus Cooper & Son, 47.35; Cooper Gold 
Mines, Ltd., 52.70; Corrugated Pipe Co., Ltd., 7,787.26; C. F. Cort, 40.00; 
F. Cort, 50.57; Mrs. J. Coulter, 30.00; Harvey Delhenty, 65.00; Harry Delhinty, 
50.00; W. J. Detweiler, 49.00; Wm. Dillon, 61.74; Dominion Road Machinery Co., 
Ltd., 12.00; Dominion Tar & Chemical Co., Ltd., 613.19; Charles Draper, 20.00; 
H. Draper, 14.40; Nealon Draper, 31.20; H. H. Drury Co., Ltd., 208.70; 
Albert Dubblestyne, 43.45; Dunsheath & McClary, 15.76; C. N. Eddy, 245.45; 

Carried forward. 3,274,251 45 



1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT H 25 

Brought forward 3,274,251 45 

Roads and Bridges — Continued 

Camp and Road Equipment, Materials and Supplies — Continued 

Espanola Trading Co., 69.75; David Euler, 6.00; V. Fillion, 93.00; Gasaccumu- 
lator Co. (Canada), Ltd., 1,105.00; General Supply Company of Canada, Ltd., 
7,401.16; John Germain, 37.50; Patrick Germain, 3.50; Gibson Service Station, 
174.85; W. J. Gillespie, 19.50; Graham & Graham. 68.60; G. H. Graham, 170.04; 
The B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 1,785.92; Thos. Grigg, 151.84; Aide Hamelin, 
24.00; O. Hamelin, 36.00; James Hamilton, 3.50; Eddie Hamlin, 860.95 ; John Har- 
mon, 167.50; Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., 583.20; W. J. Harris, 17.24; C. Hicks, 20.00; 
Thos.Higgins, 10.20; Robert Hill, 16.60; Hinsperger Harness Co., Ltd., 32.25; Geo. 
Holstead, 42.40; Earle V. E. Home, 12.15; S. Hunt Hardware, 12.30; H ussey Ferrier 
Meat Co., Ltd., 307.78; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 1,307.27; J. S. Innes, Ltd., 2,812.34; 
Jack Bros., 10.26; Edw. J. Jackaboise, 150.00; S.J. Jewitt, 25.25; N.Joseph, 485.41; 
Max Karalash, 45.80; Adolf Karan, 29.36; F. B. Kent & Co., 57.61; Keyes Hard- 
ware, Ltd., 2,465.99; Mrs. M. Knight, 8.75; Charles Lane, 17.00; Julian Lantain, 
275.40; Charles Legge, 279.90; Lowe Bros. Co., Ltd., 382.20; J. N. and Mrs. 
McAuley, 20.00; A. R. McCarrel, 65.20; J. N. McCauley, 12.00; McColl Fron- 
tenac Oil Co., Ltd., 548.38; Edward McDonald, 61.28; Geo. D. McDonald, 
13.44; Russell McDonald, 66.32; McDougal & Sproule, 113.31; J. J. McFadden, 
Ltd., 47.12; R. McGillvary, 59.75; Wm. McKnight, 12.95; Allen McLean, 12.80; 
G. McLeod, 625.97; Otto McMillan, 210.50; Hugh McMullin, 178.90; Ben Maaho, 
66.97; Machinery & Equipment, Ltd., 20.00; T. H. Magill & Co., 71.75; G. 
Maguire, 38.00; Roy V. Maguire, 184.95; Maitland Bros. Garage, 70.91; R. 
Maitland, 3.00; J. More, 14.00; Geo. Marshall, 141.08; Meaford Steel Products, 
Ltd., 95.85; Menzies Bros., Ltd., 71.17; Metallic Roofing Company of Canada, 
Ltd., 9,016.78; Mills Bros., 12.54; Charles Mitchel, 10.40; D. Mitchell, 127.39; 
Mrs. E. Moise, 56.14; E. Montgomery, 37.50; G. Moore, 75.75; F. Murray, 30.00; 
J. B. Myers & Son, 219.85; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 309.62; New Windsor 
Hotel, 14.10; A. Niganabi, 21.00; Northern Foundry & Machine Co., Ltd., 
340.26; E. O'Donnell, 22.90; Clare Osborne, Ltd., 72.00; E. J. Parker, 11.20; 
C. Patterson, 149.10; Earl Patterson, 17.25; Patterson Service Station, 96.73; 
Pedlar People, Ltd., 307.44; C. Penno, 9.00; Charles Pepin, 13.44; P. Peterbough, 
4.00; Ben Pittman, 30.60; Pratt Engineering Co., 860.75; H. Proctor, 63.45; 
Provencher Bros., 488.19; Department of Public Highways, 36.60; E. Pullan 
Wipers & Waste Co., Ltd., 54.18; Ransome's General Store, 309.57; J. Frank 
Raw Co., Ltd., 32.85; A. M. Reid, 30.00; G. Reid, 129.00; H. Richards, 1.93: 
Med. Ritchie, 24.40; M. J. Rivers, 1,229.15; Robert Robinson, Jr., 61.60; Mrs. 
Nell Rosenburg, 64.45; Robert Ross, 120.00; John B. Rousseau, 26.08; Roy Bros., 
264.30; John Rutledge, 292.37; A. St. Denis, 73.46; Sadowski & Co., 657.79; 
Safety Silent Policeman, 26.60; T. H. Sagle, 32.00; Sault Ste. Marie Coal & 
Wood Co., Ltd., 781.55; Sault Stationers, 13.10; Sawyer- Massey, Ltd., 20,156.67; 
Ernest Schroeder, 11.00; Charles Schultz, 138.24; S. W. Scott, 44.80; Searchmont 
Lumber Co., Ltd., 258.19; C. Shultz, 171.20; Arthur Shuttleworth, 11.88; A. 
Sigleton, 30.00; The N. Slater Co., Ltd., 88.60; D. Sloss, 20.00; Dave Slouth. . 
35.80; F. Smith, 55.50; John Smith, 19.94; J. R. Smith, 11.00; R. Smith, 59.00; 
Albert Solomon, 308.07; S. Solomon, 78.55; Otto Somes, 39.74; Soo Lumber & 
Mill Co., Ltd., 1,290.62; Spanish River Lumber Co., Ltd., 11.48; W. Sproule, 
56.00; Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., 1,226.74; Steinke Bros., 171.39; Julius 
A. D. Steinke, 23.15; Jim Stewart, 53.60; Geo. Stringer, 23.00; Sudbury Basin 
Mines, Ltd., 98.60; Sullivan Machinery Co., Ltd., 54.95; Superior Iron and 
Steel Co. of Canada, Ltd., 505.90; P. V. Symes, 18.00; Angus Taylor, 23.50; 
F. H. Teskey, 18.85; R. Thaxter, 74.06; W. I. Thayer, 20.00; James Thomas, 
56.20; Frank Thornton, 260.05; Truck & Tractor Equipment Co., Ltd., 1,127.24; 
Alex. Tulloch & Sons, 1,007.40; R. Tulloch, 76.60; Geo. Wesley, 16.00; Mrs.A.G. 
White, 39.00; E. A. White, 355.93; J. S. Wilson, 768.27; John Wilton, 184.35; 
Albert R. Wood, 5,566.03; Woods Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 238.97; H. Wright, 
68.00 108,764 73 

Gravel, Rock and Stone.— Eugene Abernot, 21.70; L. Amyotte, 33.04; Norman 
Anderson, 77.75; Ed. Ansley, 29.80; Ben Archibald, 20.40; Charles Armstrong, 
26.20; Wm. Armstrong, 21.25; John Bailey, 338.97; Robert and Mrs. Barker. 
10.90; Leonard A. Barton, 32.00; M. Beaton, 15.90; A. Beaulette, 22.08; Nelson 
Beemer, 83.00; Roy Beemer, 11.60; Charley Beharriell, 26.40; R. Beharriell, 
30.10; W. J. Beharriell, 29.40; Charles Belisle, 55.65; Mrs. Mable Bell, 67.00; 
Peter Bell, 110.40; O. A. Bennett, 16.00; Wm. Bird, 11.20; Thomas Blakey, 
31.60; A. Booth Estate, 180.05; Mrs. Albert Bordeleau, 30.00; Geo. Brodie, 
14.00; Wm. Brownlee, 49.80; Thomas Buchanan, 34.70; Mrs. P. Burns, 37.80; 
Mrs. Mary Bye, 84.15; Clifford Caldwell, 11.90; L. Cameron, 5.00; Dune. 



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H26 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 3,383,016 18 

Roads and Bridges — Continued 

Gravel and Rock — Continued 

Campbell, 55.10; Geo. Campbell, 16.50; Arthur Carson, 20.00; A. S. Chapman, 
30.70; J. B. Chenier, 903.70; M. Chiblow, 18.00; H. B. Christilaw, 7.10; Carl 
Crockford, 21.10; James Cyr, 27.90; Stanley Daynard, 68.60; Dominion Trap 
Rock Co., Ltd., 1,408.13; Daniel Dunn, 65.80; Warren Eaket, 117.50; M. Eaket, 
65.70; Joe Eaton, 19.90; D. Edgar, 103.40; David Euler, 24.60; Wm. Ferrier, 
86.50; W. C. Fremlin, 21.00; C. Gervais, 11.40; B. Giles, 122.50; W. J. Gillespie, 
84.90; William Graham, 309.70; J. W. Hagan, 11.30; R. Hagan, 36.00; Chas. 
Hamilton, 64.10; H. C. Hamilton, 25.00; James Hamilton, 14.35; Geo. Hams- 
worth, 27.90; H. Hanna, 14.30; Nels Hansen, 14.80; Mansford Harris, 43.20; 
David Harten, 17.30; P. C. Hawdon, 106.80; C. Hill, 58.20; John Holmes, 
23.50; I. Humphrey, 39.30; Leonard F. Hunts, 13.80; Department of Indian 
Affairs, 1,294.30; International Nickle Company of Canada, Ltd., 23.50; Wm. 
Irwin, 123.20; Sam. Jackson, 13.50; T. James, 13.80; Hans Jensen, 12.80; 
Clayton King, 11.80; Jas. King, 10.50; W. A. Kingshart, 27.40; L. Ladoucer, 
207.20; Frank Lees, 66.05; Lethbridge Brick Co., 114.20; Lock Filling Stations 
50.00; Harry McAnche, 47.30; E. McCauley, 32.70; T. J. McCauley, 117.00; 
Wm. McCluskie, 34.00; Richard McCormack, 23.70; Walter McCormick, 13.60; 
J. P. McCrea, 233.60; J. J. McFadden, Ltd., 711.55; Alex Mclntyre, 168.96; 
Jack McKinnon, 73.10; Robt. McLarty, 21.90; Capt. A. B. McLean & Sons, 
25.60; M. McLeod, 41.00; David McMillan, 218.40; Archie Maahs, 43.30; 
Roy V. Maguire, 23.10; A. Maskal, 58.94; Town of Massey, 81.40; G. R. Mathe- 
son, 10.40; Joe Muncaster, 22.45; Thos. Murray, 23.15; Mose Nanawan, 15.90; 
Alex Neiseganch, 594.40; Ralph Nelson, 43.00; Angus Nicholson, 40.00; Robt. 
Nicholson, 15.90; A. Niganabi, 25.00; A. Nogonate, 23.10; Mrs. S. O'Neil, 65.60; 
C. J. Palmer, 21.65; Frank Patterson, 22.50; C. Penno, 33.30; P. Peterbaugh, 
108.55; Sam Poitras, 22.50; Fred Roy, 25.00; Charles Resbeck, 16.50; John 
Reid, 40.00; Chas. S. Richards, 78.00; Geo. Rutledge, 581.00; M. Shamas, 
141.10; Mrs. M. A. Sharp, 1,574.20; John Shellborne, 40.30; Ted Shellborne, 
406.80; John Shiels, 11.20; Ted Shilhorn, 44.70; F. H. Shoales, 486.70; Smith & 
Walsh, Ltd., 14.00; E. F. E. Steinke, 17.80; Mrs. James Stevenson, 10.05; James 
Tallon, 31.10; Wm. Taylor, 30.00; Trap Rock Co., 196.88; William Vincent, 
30.00; J. Ward. 25.60; Charles West, 12.60; David White, 25.70; M. Williams, 
18.50; J. Williton, 150.00; Mrs. Booth Wilson, 243.45; Thomas Wilson, 15.50; 
John Wood, 128.20; Frank Young, 75.80; Geo. Young, 69.10 15,253 90 

Pay Lists.— Wages of men 566,869 98 

Board and Lodging. — American Hotel, 13.70; Bayview Hotel, 23.75; J. Beauchmont, 
12.00; Frank Bishop, 92.75; Henry Buchanan, 155.00; Cooper Gold Mines, Ltd., 
71.50; Mrs. Fred Gagnon, 144.10; William Graham, 43.35; John B. Gratton, 
363.25; I. C. Hunter, 180.50; E. Inkster, 250.90; Mrs. D. James, 220.50; S. J. 
Jewitt, 514.00; Peter Jones, 39.00; Mrs. M. Knight, 20.19; D. Labbie, 532.85; 
J. N. and Mrs. McAuley, 103.95; W. J. McBain, 21.00; Mrs. T. McCauley, 
471.00; R. Maitland, 9.00; E. J. Parker, 13.50; Otto Somes, 982.30; John Wilton, 
17.40; Y.M.C.A. Railway, 248.76; Robert J. Young, 404.10 4,948 35 

Proportionate Cost of Roads. — Townships, — Hilton, 649.92; Jocelyn, 750.00; Johnson, 
1,531.35; Korah, 7,087.50; Laird, 1,733.72; Meredith, McDonald, Aberdeen, 
Additional, 2,414.60; Plummer, Additional, 1,400.00; Prince, 250.00; St. Joseph, 
1,325.00; Tarbutt and Tarbutt, Additional, 888.26; Tarentorus, 1,594.50; 
Thessalon, 800.00 20,424 85 

Purchase of Property, Right-of-Way— Rylie Coleman, 25.00; Robert Eakett, 
75.00; Henry Irwin, 500.00; Joseph Marshall, 150.00; Frank Young, 63.00; 
Wm. Young, 35.00 848 00 

Miscellaneous. — Fred Albert, blacksmithing, 137.92; Algoma Central & Hudson 
Bay Railway Co., freight, repairs to fence, meals, fare, 772.17; Algoma Hotel, 
transportation, 23.00; Albert Attle, blacksmithing, 68.69; Attle Machine Co., 
blacksmithing, 62.39; Bark & Mortimer, auto insurance, 57.20; Beckett & 
Smith, blacksmithing, 232.25; Bell Telephone Company of Canada, Ltd., 
phone services, moving poles, 462.78; J. Blight, blacksmithing. 231.37; Sam 
Bovil, blacksmithing, 18.25; British American Express Co., Ltd., express, 
11.55; S. J. Burnell, trucking, 19.50; Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd., freight, 
73.08; Canadian National Telegraphs, telegrams, 67.13; Canadian Pacific 



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Miscellaneous — Continued 



Roads and Bridges — Continued 



Express Co., express, 268.11; Canadian Pacific Railway Co., freight, 926.94; 
Canadian Pacific Railway Cos. Telegraph, telegrams, 10.88; A. E. Canfield, 
trucking, 19.70; Customs, Canada, duty, 113.55; Mrs. H. Denning, laundry, 
21.19; Dominion Oxygen Co., Ltd., cylinder rentals, oxygen, 248.35; Paul 
Dorin, rent of house, 12.50; Mrs. J. Downing, washing blankets, 70.88; Fleron 
& Noble, cartage, 15.00; W. E. Fountain, mounting photos, binding report, 
54.51; Mrs. Fred Gagnon, washing blankets, 10.00; Patrick Germain, loss of 
calf, 15.00; Lionel L. Godson, insurance on cars, 85.27; Graham & Graham, 
moving telephone poles, 11.25; H. Hanna, storage, 12.00; J. Harten, black- 
smithing, 74.10; Earle V. E. Home, blacksmithing, 105.88; Dan James, black- 
smithing, .50; A. Kennedy, rent of cement mixer, 10.50; John Kasmo, black- 
smithing, 29. ?5; G. J. Lamb, garage rental, 135.00; John Lees, blacksmithing, 
74.55; Mrs. Lehman, washing blankets, 30.50; A. McClarey, blacksmithing, 
43.40; Edison McQuarrie, surveyor services, 276.25; T. H. Magill & Co., team- 
ing, 8.00; Alf. Maitland, blacksmithing, 21.85; Marine Laundry Co., Ltd., 
washing blankets, 35.00; D. Mitchell, telephone charges, 8.70; T. H. Mitchell, 
painting signs, 22.00; E. Montgomery, clearing right-of-way, 30.00; W. A. 
Moore, blacksmithing, 124.45; Mrs. Gertrude Paul, making signal flags, 19.76; 
Postmaster, 308.00; John Potras, clearing, grubbing, 133.70; John Potras, loss 
of cow, 100.00; Prest-O-Lite Company of Canada, Ltd., rental of cylinders, acety- 
lene, 134.21; H. Rates, rent of house, 42.00; G. Reid, telephone, express, license, 
22.65; J. Rotinowski, rent of house and warehouse, 96.15; Lome Rothwell, black- 
smithing, 10.05; Rowland & Atkin, registering deeds, 36.20; City of Sault Ste. 
Marie, lighting, water, removing poles, 99.24; Isaac Scott, hauling, cartage, 
10.50; J. F. Sidock, blacksmithing, 55.40; S. Smith, car hire, 34.00; Smith & 
Walsh, Ltd., auto insurance, 25.60; S. Solomon, transportation, 4.00; Eli Taylor, 
blacksmithing, 148.75; James A. Templeton, cartage, 145.50; J. Terry, janitor 
services, 127.00; Wesley Taxi & Transfer Co., draying, cartage, 60.00; W. A. 
White, cartage, 16.25; A. E. Wilson Co., Ltd., insurance on cars, 41.65; John 
Wilton, rent of house, 3.00; M. D. Worth, motor transportation, 29.50. Petty 
disbursements, unenumerated, 796.51 



7,662 06 



District No. 5 ($512,136.41) 

Engineer, D. J. Miller, New Liskeard 

Ferguson Highway 226,542 00 

New Liskeard-Elk Lake Road 17,226 82 

Krugerdorf Road (for Ferguson Highway diversion) 16,923 40 

Gowganda Road 9,986 77 

Old Mission Road 9,273 43 

Haileybury-West Road 8,172 45 

North Road 7,366 22 

South Mindoka Road 7,704 83 

South Lorrain Road 6,907 31 

Elk Lake-Matchewan Road 6,800 96 

Milberta Road 4,196 38 

Elk Lake, Charlton Road 3,378 50 

Casey Brethour Road 3,211 96 

Dixon Creek Bridge 3,304 19 

Charlton Bridge 2,989 48 

Crozier Bridge 2,783 15 

Lowe's Bridge 2,668 64 

Robertson's Bridge 2,063 34 

McNabb's Bridge 1,948 70 

North Temiskaming Road 1,940 25 

Equipment and tools 25,582 80 

General maintenance, settlers' and other roads, sundry 

expenditure 141,164 83 

512,136 41 

Travelling Expenses.— W. A. Dalgleish, 162.20; K. Irvine, 52.03; V. H. Longstaffe, 
120.15; D. J. Miller, 117.20; Geo. A. Powles, 267.05; W. H. Rice, 111.85; R. V. 
Shave. 36.70; W. R. Thompson, 140.25; John Warren, 14.70; H. Weeks, 20.75. . 



1,042 88 



Advertising, Newspapers, Printing, Stationery. — Stephenson & Son 17 25 

Carried forward 4,000,083 45 



H 28 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 4,030,083 45 

Roads and Bridges — Continued 

Camp and Road Supplies and Equipment. — Anglo Traders, Ltd., 15.03; Art 
Metropole, 29.72; Baines and David, Ltd., 631.67; F. J. Barlow, 70.66; 
Bituminous Spraying and Contracting Co., Ltd., 2,871.32; J. R. Booth, 16.80; 
Walter Bowen, 796.80; O. E. Bowman & Sons, 68.65; Briscoe Bros., 131.19; 
J. G. Briscoe, 67.12; J. W. Brown, 313.56; Bryans Market, 193.76; A. J. 
Callaghan, 3.00; Canada Cement Co., Ltd., 906.50; Canada Paint Co., Ltd., 
220.50; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 1,720.42; Geo. Carleton, 27.99; Carleton 
and Robinson, 143.03; P. Carter, 50.00; Frank Cassie, 849.10; John Clark, 
21.23; Cobalt Foundry, 191.15; Cobalt Reduction Co., Ltd., 37.10; Cockshutt 
Plow Co., Ltd., 31.65; Jas. A. Coles. 449.19; Conlin and Hogan, 351.10; Donald 
Connelly, 1,791.34; Geo. Coutts, 1,485.93; Craig Bros., 2,462.82; Mrs. S. 
Crawford, 20.00; J. Crozier, 227.15; Darling's Garage, 42.90; Henry Deline, 
10.36; H. D. Didier, 92.39; Dominion Road Machinery Co., Ltd., 51.60; 
Dominion Tar and Chemical Co., Ltd., 186.00; I. S. Duffett, 31.80; Earlton 
Garage, 520.05; Elk Lake Garage and Machine Works, 203.56; Englehart 
Motor Sales, 18.70; Flintkote Roads, Ltd.. 4,314.35; Gamble-Robinson Cobalt, 
Ltd., 107.10; Gasaccumulator Co. (Canada), Ltd., 660.92; Alf Gehrig, 705.13; 
General Supply Co. of Canada, Ltd., 24.90; L. H. Gordon, 50.85; P. J. Grant, 
1,487.14; Fred Green, 129.39; S. Greenwood and Son, 270.22; Greenwoods, 
48.00; Haileybury Lumber Co., Ltd., 221.07; C. H. Ham, 1,029.88; Wes. 
Hayes, 14.00; Wm. Hayes, 69.36; Henderson Hardware, 99.70; F. W. Hendry, 
522.51; Alfred Heroux, 30.48; Hill-Clark-Francis, Ltd., 474.99; C. Holmes. 
171.14; F. Hounslow, 15.00; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 12,216.84; J. S. Innes, Ltd., 
21.55; M. S. Ireland, 17.00; Milton Irvine, 1,036.12; D. H. Keeler, 36.32; 
King's Printer, 120.51; D. Korman, 50.75; Herbert J. Leggott, 13.80; J. H. 
Leng, 439.87; A. Lionard, 157.50; H. T. Lloyd, 245.13; Lowe Bros. Co., Ltd., 
596.05; W. R. Lowery, 92.34; R. McCallum, 22.95; McColl Bros., Ltd., 53.10; 
McColl-Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd., 666.32; D. McLellan, 624.62; Peter MacLeod, 
1,266.08; Colin McRae, 31.50; Chas. Marshall, 77.82; John Mason, 14 00; 
Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., 63.91; M. R. Mathews, 170.64; Meaford Steel 
Products, Ltd., 215.69; E. Melitzer, 691.05; Metallic Roofing Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., 434.80; Wm. Middleton, 65.25; T. Miller, 90.00; Mindoka Mines, Ltd., 
17.50; Modern Supply House, 11.75; P. and Mrs. Morin, 5.50; J. B. Moyneur, 
55.76; H. B. Murdock, 22.20; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 1,123.79; J. Nicol, 
123.08; Norfolk and Rochester Hardware Co., Ltd., 96.11; Northern Auto 
Company, 36.25; Northern Canada Supply Co., Ltd., 2,783.82; Henry O'Grady, 
62.70; Samuel Osborne (Canada), Ltd., 31.28; Pedlar People, Ltd., 14,913.42; 
R. Pirie, 19.70; Wm. Pollock & Son, Ltd., 31.10; Geo. Poppleton, 73.80; T. 
Porteous, 2.00; Porter and Co., 468.94; Postmaster, 102.50; C. H. Powell 
& Son, 438.60; Prest-O-Lite Co. of Canada, Ltd., 10.40; Charles Reckin & 
Sons, 4,932.72; Reflex Sign Co., 304.79; P. Rolands, 54.07; E. Routliffe, 
61.30; Sawyer- Massey, Ltd., 7,574.30; A. Seed, 67.11; Wm. E. Seed, 563.44; 
John Shortt, 155.49; N. Slater Co., Ltd., 53.30; Speers Bros., 13.89; P. 
Steenson, 6.65; Sturgeons, Limited, 799.40; Sullivan Machinery Co., 325.76; 
Sullivan's Grocery, 4,640.49; Mrs. Swinson, 51.45; T. C. Taylor, 12.21; Joseph 
Tellier, 43.40; Temagami Timber Co., Ltd., 191.48; R. Thompson, 25.00; 
Tomstown Lumber Co., Ltd., 638.18; Truck and Tractor Equipment Co., 
Ltd., 3,109.29; Wabi Iron Works, 1,399.70; E. C. Warner, 97.92; J. C. Win- 
hurst, 12.48; J. and Mrs. White, 90.00; Williams and Scott, 2,726.30; Willow 
Grove Market Gardens, 72.28; M. Wilson, 17.25; Victor Wilson, 43.14; 
Windsor Meat Market, 1,432.57; Woods Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 204.00; 

R. R. Woods, 1,387.02 98,867 03 

Less transferred to Matheson Store Account 525 00 



98,342 03 



Autos, Trucks, Accessories, Parts, Repairs. — Auto Electric Service Co., Ltd., 
18.36; Oliver Blais Co., Ltd., 728.34; Thomas Drinkell, 109.00; Garage Sup- 
ply Co., Ltd., 478.51; General Motors Products of Canada, Ltd., 2,598.04; 
Goddard's Garage, 235.10; Harpham Bros., 336.50; H. Hartley, 22.55; J. W. 
McKinley, 1,141.85; National Auto Sales, 220.45; W. C. Warburton & Co., 
Ltd., 159.49 6,048 19 

Contracts. — Bituminous Spraying and Contracting Co., bituminous retread, 
Ferguson Highway, 5,256.66; Robt. Fair Bros., removing building for right- 
of-way, Ferguson Highway, 300.00; Herbert Smith, removing house for right- 
of-way, Ferguson Highway, 250.00; Robert Sparks, clearing, etc., Twp. of 
Cane, 208.21 6,014 87 



Carried forward 4,110,488 54 



1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT H 29 

Brought forward 4,110,488 54 

Roads and Bridges — Continued 

Gravel, Rock and Stone.— H. Anderson, 14.70; E. Arpin, 10.55; Ed. Athili, 
263.00; J. Bigelow, 23.20; Tom Blackburn, 378.30; J. E. Chevier, 69.30; 
Cobalt Silver Queen, Ltd., 19.50; Peter Drousse, 62.10; T. G. Eaton, 49.50; 
Estate of J. Fernholm, 96.54; L. Gagnon, 10.80; Charles Grey, 97.80; H. 
Hammond, 28.00; F. Hayward, 33.20; E. Heaslip, 150.60; D. Hoover, 36.90; 

C. Knight, 15.10; C. Nelson, 164.40; John O'Hara, 52.90; E. Peckover, 
170.40; T. Poole, 815.50; A. Quinn, 47.70; Tom Quinn, 39.80; H. Schaffner, 
380.25; Mrs. E. Stubbs, 62.40; S. Wallis, 142.40; John Watters, 62.30; D. 
Wriggett, 43.70; A. Zigar, 41.50 3,382 34 

Pay Lists. — Wages of men 352,783 27 

Board and Lodging.— Mrs. F. Armstrong, 22.35; Mrs. G. Caldwell, 49.35; Castle 
Trethewey Mines, Ltd., 35.83; Commercial House, 83.75; Mrs. Bainbridge 
Crick, 152.85 ; N. Denis, 102.55 ; J. Derosier, 27.50 ; Mrs. A. Haase, 
80.15; Mrs. Tom Hughes. 160.15; Mrs. J. Irving, 36.40; Mrs. Bruce Kerr, 
37.05; Mrs. Ida Krapp, 20.35; Mrs. P. Laffriniere, 85.10; Mrs. P. Laffriniere, 
59.05; Mrs. J. McLean, 38.00; Mrs. Dan McLeod, 264.70; Mining Corpora- 
tion of Canada, Ltd., 42.70; P. and Mrs. Morin, 90.10; Colin Parker, 73.75; 
P. Parisien, 460.50; Mrs. E. Patterson, 71.00; T. E. Porteous, 24.70; Mrs. 

D. Robertson, 107.15; Ronnoco Hotel, 14.50; Mrs. Gordon Ronney, 160.85; 
A. Seed, 12.00; Mrs. B. Semple, 18.35; Mrs. A. Sherritt, 268.10; Mrs. Geo. 

H. Shortt, 13.70; P. Steenson, 4.50; J. and Mrs. White, 6.00 2,623 03 

Proportionate Cost of Roads, Townships of. — Armstrong, 982.70; Brethour, 807.60; 
Bucke, 1,200.00; Casey, 2,622.35; Chamberlain, 1,395.80; Coleman, 3,629.87; 
Dack, 2,000.00; Dymond, 3,687.03; Evanturel, 2,425.13; Harley, 3,141.92; 
Harris, 1,699.20; Hilliard, 1,404.66; Hudson, 617.93; Kerns, 3,298.96; Teck, 
1,104.00; Thornloe, 117.10 30,134 25 

Right-of-Way, Purchase of Property. — Mrs. Mary L. Doheny 577 80 

Miscellaneous. — Department of Agriculture, share of expenses, 81.91; P. H. 
Armstrong, rental of snowplow, taxi services, 362.75; Bark and Mortimer, auto 
insurance, 28.71; C. Berrard, cartage, 30.00; A. J. Callaghan, blacksmithing, 
31.56; Canadian Inspection and Testing Co., Ltd., testing cement and paints, 
28.00; Canadian National Express, express, 132.12; G. W. Card, blacksmithing, 
31.10; Frank Cassie, rental of air compressor, 98.58; A. H. Champaigne, rental 
of camp and utensils, 25.00; W. A. Dalgleish, car rental, 487.50; Darling's Garage, 
taxi service, 64.75; M. Doherty, blacksmithing, 38.34: L. Duval, car hire, 23.25; 
Lionel L. Godson, auto insurance, 55.84; Gowganda Road Committee, keeping 
road opened for traffic, 295.75; R. Grant, trucking, 70.00; W. D. Harris, teaming, 
livery, 42.00; P. J. Holly, compensation for automobile accident, 68.00; Imperial 
Bank of Canada, special cheques, 65.00; Wm. Judge, rent of house, 15.00; Bruce 
Kerr, car rental, 459.00; J. H. Lever, towing, hire of boat, 188.10; J. H. Lever, 
dressing and ripping lumber, 44.40; Liskeard Steam Laundry, washing blankets, 
63.39; W. E. Lobb, car rental, 425.50; C. B. McCaughn, damage to car, 50.00; 
J. A. MacFarlane, trucking, cartage, 22.10; James Y. McGee, blacksmithing, 
10.15; J. H. McKinley, trucking, 43.00; J. P. McLean, car rental, 17.40; D. 
McLellan, stable rent, 50.00; Mining Corporation of Canada, Ltd., blacksmithing, 
284.65; D. Mitchell, blacksmithing, 11.85; Ambrose Murphy, blacksmithing, 
126.33; Town of New Liskeard, Department's share of cost of highway, 1,479.88; 
Nipissing Laundry Co., Ltd., washing blankets, 22.99; Northern Electric Co., 
Ltd., telephone ground rods, 41.49; Northern Ontario Light and Power Co., 
Ltd., light, power, 173.01; Northern Telephone Co., Ltd., telephone services, 
.389.13; Patterson Copper Mines, Ltd., teaming, 35.70; W. H. Rice, car 
rental, 389.50; E. Shaw, cartage, 1,246.85; J. E. Smith, car rental, etc., 
91.00; Smith & Walsh, Ltd., auto insurance, 179.20; Sutcliffe Co., Ltd., 
survey and plan of road, 25.00; Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway, 
freight, 1,473.06; Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway Telegraph, 
telegrams, 21.92; Joe Therriault, camp rental, 18.00; R. Thompson, teaming, 
64.00; W. R. Thompson, car rental, 382.50; J. A. Tressel, washing blankets, 
49.76; Triangle Truck and Taxi Service, livery, 295.00; Ville-Marie Navigation 
Co., Ltd., towing services, 55.50; J. Webster, washing blankets, 57.49; H. Weeks, 
car rental, 414.50; Vic Williams, trucking, 20.00; A. E. Wilson, Ltd., auto 
insurance, 16.49. Petty disbursements, unenumerated, 357.50 11,170 50 



Carried forward 4,511,159 73 



H 30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 4,511,159 73 

Roads and Bridges — Continued 
District No. 6 ($590,974.28) 

Engineer, D. Lough, Matheson 

Ferguson Highway 171,938 22 

Road from Ferguson Highway to Kirkland Lake 163,441 99 

Timmins-Porquis Junction Road 66,335 47 

Teck-Larder Lake Road 14,362 67 

Shillington-Hoyle Road 12,798 43 

Porquis Junction-Iroquois Falls Road 7,323 93 

Sandy Falls Road 6,637 89 

North Road 5,170 02 

Monteith-Iroquois Falls Road 4,764 47 

Croft's Creek Road 3,105 16 

Moose Creek Bridge 2,942 91 

Ansonville Road 2,431 35 

Timmins West Road 2,360 94 

Iroquois Falls-Nellie Lake Road 2,285 10 

Night Hawk Lake Road 2,267 14 

Dalton's Park Road 2,097 59 

Anchorite Road 1,800 91 

Munroe Road 1,578 36 

Equipment and tools 26,263 55 

General maintenance, settlers' and other roads, sundry 

expenditure 91,068 18 

590,974 28 

Travelling Expenses.— E. A. Cash, 248.30; W. R. Keyes, 641.33; D. Lough, 335.98; 

F. McCallum, 24.99; L. A. McKinnon, 15.00; J. A. MacLean, 45.85; J. A. 

Martin, 140.30; J. Petrin, 14.77; R. Pollock 111.34; F. C. Richardson, 142.94; 

Alex. Stirling, 92.45 ; T. L. Watt, 91.35 1,904 60 

Advertising, Newspapers, Printing and Stationery. — Canadian Engineer, 20.20; 

Northern News, 33.13 53 33 

Autos, Trucks, Accessories, Parts and Repairs. — Berini Motor Sales, 282.05; Oliver 
Blais Co., Ltd., 56.25; Garage Supply Co., Ltd., 579.74; Matheson Garage, 
647.30; National Auto Sales, 48.43; Palangio Motor Sales, 10.78; Provincial 
Tire Corporation, 73.31; Teck Motor Sales Co., 116.64; Tire, Chains and 
Accessories, Ltd., 42.50; Vincent Motor Sales, Ltd., 10.25 1,867 25 

Camp and Road Supplies and Equipment. — J. D. Adams (Canada), Ltd., 43.72; H. 
Auger, 11.83; Autoveyors, 13.00; J. D. Bastien & Son, 150.03; Victor Brisbois, 
880.14; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 868.64; Canadian Packing Co., Ltd., 776.69; 
H. B. Child, 25.22; A. Cloutier, 1,271.29; James Cridland & Sons, 346.98; William 
Davies Co., Ltd, 129.25; E. DeRasp, 14.00; Dominion Road Machinery Co.. 
Ltd., 346.05; The T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 19.45; N. Evoy, 300.00; Fred Findlay, 
757.50; John-W. Fogg Co., Ltd., 5,888.05; General Supply Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
845.48; J. D. Goldthorpe, 352.65; Hawk Lake Lumber Co., Ltd., 1,073.94; J. A. 
Henderson & Son, 27.50; Hill-Clark-Francis, Ltd., 50.18; Allen R. Hubert, 
19.80; Imperial Cocoa & Spice Co., Ltd., 103.30; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 6,036.31; 
J. S. Innes, Ltd., 953.51; W. James, 28.00; James Johnston, 71.55; Just Equipment 
& Supply Co., Ltd., 442.49; Kirkland Lake Gold Mining Co., Ltd., 36.93; Lacombe 
Bros., 33.55; Ed. Lepierre, 48.84; McColl-Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd., 8,036.83; 
McNamara Construction Co., Ltd., 24.24; Donald McPhail, 30.00; M. Marcassa, 
10.50; Marshall-Ecclestone, Ltd., 7,727.12; Meaford Steel Products Co., Ltd., 
192.48; Metallic Roofing Co. of Canada, Ltd., 2,626.94; Mitchell Hardware & 
Supply, Ltd., 79.11; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 174.42; Northern Supplies, Ltd., 
17.25; J. P. O'Grady, 100.00; Ontario Reformatory Industries, 447.75; Pedlar 
People, Ltd., 13.310.62; Peerless Hardware, 332.23; Geo. Poppleton, 48.00; 
Porquis Junction Garage, 30.05; Postmaster, 80.22; R. S. Potter, 30.40; J. 
Frank Raw Co., Ltd., 207.91; J. A. Reynolds, 143.50; F. Robillard, 82.88; 
Roebuck & Sharp, 126.83; Ross & O'Neill, 95.15; A. and Mrs. St. Onge, 154.15; 
Sawyer-Massey, Ltd., 7,130.34; G. G. Scace, 29.25; Shankland Bros., 3,587.03; 
Geo. Sherwood, 43.00; Shillington General Store, 742.25; N. Slater Co., Ltd, 
36.75; J. B. Smith, 549.83; Storms Contracting Co., Ltd., 1,976.91; Swastika 
Planing Mills Co., Ltd., 60.00; Geo. Taylor Hardware, Ltd., 397.13; Teck Fuel & 
Ice Co., Ltd., 46.80; Toronto Tractor & Equipment Co., Ltd., 3,444.64; Truck & 
Tractor Equipment Co., Ltd., 338.73; Charles Veitch, 35.25; Wabi Iron Works, 
Ltd., 179.02; Willys-Overland Sales Co., Ltd., 2,689.77; Woods 

Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 55.64 77,416 79 

Add — Transferred New Liskeard — Stores Account 525 00 

77,941 79 



Carried forward 4,592,926 70 



1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT H 31 

Brought forward 4,592,926 70 

Roads and Bridges — Continued 

Contracts. — R. S. Potter, Ferguson Highway, 37,294.60; McNamara Construction 

Co., Kirkland Lake Road, 139,621.23 176,915 83 

Gravel, Rock and Stone.— A. Channen, 75.00; A. Drouin, 18.30; I. Faithful, 
150.00; Estate of Joseph Fontaine, 88.70; A. Gelines, 12.80; Wm. Hodgins, 
129.00; A. Lambert, 110.60; F. Martele, 147.00; J. Morgan, 222.20; G. Nel- 
son, 18.70; Neil O'Connor, 18.10; F. Pirrello, 42.50; R. Small, 18.90 1,051 80 

Pay Lists— Wages of men 295,438 14 

Board and Lodging.— F. A. Gauthier, 28.00; F. Newlove, 28.00; Mrs. A. Sigouin, 

26.00 82 00 

Proportionate Cost of Roads. — Townships of — Calvert, 552.00; Playfair, 521.26; 

Tisdale, 4,517.27; Whitney, 950.00 6,540.53 

Purchase of Property. — Imperial Trust Co. of Canada, Trustee 200 00 

Miscellaneous. — Bark & Mortimer, auto insurance, 113.25; Canadian National 
Express, express, 168.92; Canadian National Railways, freight, 28.88; Cana- 
dian Pacific Express, express, 20.90; Dalton's Yellow Dollar Taxi, taxi service, 
12.00; Lionel Godson, auto insurance, 55.84; F. C. James, blacksmithing, 
411.13; S. M. James, blacksmithing, 47.00; Ed. King, cartage, 33.55; Liskeard 
Steam Laundry, washing blankets, 40.06; F. McCallum, car rental, 424.30; 
R. R. McKee, cartage, 10.50; Town of Matheson, water, 32.90; Napoleon 
Morin, loss of horse, 150.00; Northern Ontario Light and Power Co., Ltd., 
light, power, etc., 16.92; Northern Telephone Co., Ltd., phone services, 353.25; 
J. Petrin, car hire, 140.00; R. Pollock, car rental, 393.40; Thomas G. Renwick, 
making road to gravel pit, property damage, 55.00; F. C. Richardson, car 
rental, 322.50; F. C. Richardson, livery, 45.00; Sam Sewald, damage to land 
and hay, 50.00; C. E. Smith, compensation for sheep killed, 99.00; Alex. Stir- 
ling, car rental, 414.60; Municipality of Twp. of Teck, 50% of cost of paving 
road, 23,820.76; Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Rly., freight, 1,327.42; 
Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Rly. Telegraph, telegrams, 82.98; Temis- 
kaming and Northern Ontario Rly. Co. Telephone, phone services, 96.15; 
Timmins Steam Laundry Co., washing blankets, 19.30. Petty disbursements, 
unenumerated, 193.50 28,979 01 

District No. 7 ($1,220,163.28) 

Engineer, C. Tackaberry, Cochrane 

Cochrane-Hearst Road 493,115 77 

Ferguson Highway 40,675 06 

Cochrane-Gardner Road 28,688 75 

Cochrane- Norembega Road 22,723 41 

Remi Lake Road 14,138 89 

Hearst-Ryland Road 13,514 10 

Pullen Station Road 6,799 10 

Hearst-Cappelle Road 6,018 43 

Lake Road 5,507 24 

River Road 1,613 50 

Equipment and tools 53,472 34 

General maintenance, settlers' and other roads, sundry 

expenditure 533,896 69 

1,220,163 28 



Travelling Expenses.— F. Bogie, 32.90; N. Corbeil, 21.50; W. Corbeil, 354.05; 
J. Daigle, 10.70; J. M. Daigle, 78.70; F. Draves, 1,062.17; A. Grasser, 10.10; 
Chas. Landreville, 73.65; H. H. R. Macdonald, 390.35; G. A. McMeekin, 
222.90; A. M. Mills, 249.25; T. Ripley, 270.30; P. Rivet, 60.00; A. Robillard, 
40.05; Jas. Smith, 165.95; C. Tackaberry, 526.09; J. R. Tremblay, 85.50; 
J. B. Trottier, 24.00 3,678 16 

Advertising, Newspapers, Printing and Stationery. — Canadian Engineer, 20.60; 
Contract Record and Engineering Review, 16.80; C. Ellis, 290.60; J. M. 
Gauthier, 15.55; Northern Tribune, 20.10 363 65 

Carried forward 5,106,175 82 



H 32 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 5,106,175 82 

Roads and Bridges — Continued 

Autos, Trucks, Accessories, Parts and Repairs. — Cochrane Garage, Ltd., 212.91; 
Kapuskasing Garage, 580.04; Northern Garage, 198.15; Palangio Motor Sales, 
5,656.74; Smooth Rock Falls Garage, 301.49; S. O. Tickner, 316.95; Willys- 
Overland Sales Co., Ltd., 1,265.79 8,532 07 

Camp and Road Supplies and Equipment. — -Abitibi Power and Paper Co., Ltd., 
6,538.30; H. Allen, 18.00; W. Allen, 32.31; Art Metropole, 40.60; G. Bentley, 
39.84; J. H. Bentley, 55.23; C. Bernstein, 629.72; A. E. Bouley, 11.35; Bras- 
sard and Frere, 229.50; Vital Brisson, 1,334.83; Brunne Apiaries, 18.00; Canada 
Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., 229.93; Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., 31.29; 
Canadian Industries, Ltd., 5,950.66; Canadian Mead-Morrison Co., Ltd., 
51.25; Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., 3,592.86; Wilfred Caron, 91.14; L. 
Carriere, 54.00; J. E. Carson, 43.50; Carter Bros., 2,331.91; Frank Cassie, 
563.22; Chalykoff & Co., 106.15; S. Charbonneau, 26.75; J. M. Charpentier, 
3,651.72; J. Christianson, 127.95; R. J. Clifford, 85.35; Cochrane Machine 
Works, 380.96; Corrugated Pipe Co., Ltd., 8,966.88; David's Variety Store, 
76.91; A. Derosier, 16.25; J. D. Deschambault, 21.24; Celestin Desgrossilliers, 
24.66; Cleophas Desgrossilliers, 49.22; Dominion Oxygen Co., Ltd., 56.00; 
Dominion Road Machinery Co., Ltd., 10,723.41; Dominion Timbers, Ltd., 
275.92; C. Dupuis, 181.69; The T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 19.45; P. H. Filion, 49.30; 
W. Floyd, 67.26; R. Forget, 75.00; R. Foster, 205.11; Gagne and Lavoie, 
19.25; Gasaccumulator Company of Canada, Ltd., 527.00; Georges Gaud- 
reault, 12.00; General Supply Company of Canada, Ltd., 3,006.47; X. Genest, 
63.75; C. Girard, 60.00; E. Girard, 13.50; J. L. Glover, 60.00; A. W. Golding. 
15.00; Chas. A. Guenette, 10.25; Wilfrid Guerin, 58.35 ; Jos. Guilmette, 
296.38; G. Hackett, 101.12; Hawk Lake Lumber Co., Ltd., 6.656.47; Hearst 
Lumber Co., 96.08; Hobson-Gauthier Co., Ltd., 4,365.77; Hudson's Bay Co., 
1,122.57; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 10,794.59; H. H. Joanisse, 490.75; Kapuskasing 
Supply Co., Ltd., 1,945.55; La Compagnie Fauquier, Ltd., 82.17; J. A. La- 
flamme, 85.21; J. A. Leblanc, 137.30; Eugene Levesque, 368.86; McColl- 
Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd., 230.65; McGill Hardware, Ltd., 5,897.52; H. F. McLean, 
Ltd., 914.50; C. Maheaux, 37.50; Thos. Marquis, 45.00; F. Martin, 20.85; 
Joseph Masse, 14.00; T. Masse, 70.58; Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., 51.00; T. 
Massy, 82.02; Meaford Steel Products, Ltd., 392.68; T. Mercier, 382.50; Metallic 
Roofing Co. of Canada, Ltd., 266.87; Moore Bros., 69.90; National Grocers, Co., 
Ltd., 1,842.82; Northern Canada Supply Co., Ltd., 161.03; Northland Grocers, 
Ltd., 1,874.62; Ontario Reformatory Industries, 1,827.28; A. Patenaude, 54.00; 
Pedlar People, Ltd., 10,360.04; E. Pellow, 207.00; Plessisville Foundry, 1,600.00; 
Prest-O-Lite Co. of Canada, Ltd., 26.83; R. Proulx, 285.00; J. Frank Raw, 
Co., Ltd., 21.50; Reflex Sign Co., Ltd., 244.75; H. Reid, 35.64; H. Ricard, 
89.25; B. Richard, 28.56; Roebuck & Sharp, 791.82; Chas. Rosevear, 82.50; 
Sawyer- Massey, Ltd., 7,875.92; Louis Sequin & Fils, 805.75; Chas. G. Shier, 
25.05; M. Silverstone, 30.50; Spruce Falls Power and Paper Co., Ltd., 92.02; 
W. Streahorn, 507.20; Sullivan Machinery Co., 295.65; Louis Thibodeau, 
305.50; T. Toal, 32.00; S. Toos, 56.88; Toronto Tractor and Equipment Co., 
Ltd., 2,821.50; J. B. Trottier, 228.45; Truck & Tractor Equipment Co., Ltd., 
1,494.34; H. T. Vincent, 37.50; West & Co., 32.30; C. Wilkins, 19.50; Wilson 
Bros., 71.36; Woods Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 355.18; J. L. Yelle Coal and 
Ice Co., Ltd., 133.50; P. Zebruk, 102.50 120,793 82 

Contracts. — Abitibi Power & Paper Co., road bridge over dam at Smooth Rock 
Falls, 7,865.00; P. Aubuichon, grubbing and burning, Twp. of Hanlan, 6.75; 
P. Berg, cutting and burning, Twps. of Eilber, McGowan, Barker and McCrea, 
459.30; Fred Bonderenko, Kapuskasing-Smooth Rock Falls Road, 2,988.70; 
Fred Bonderenko, Remi Lake Road, 1,762.00; A. Bouchard, cutting and clear- 
ing, Twp. of Fox, 772.25; P. Burosko, ditching, Twp. of St. John, 3,012.37; 
J. Cherkos, ditching, Twp. of Blount, 3,038.15; Chisholm Construction Co., 
Ltd., Cochrane-Hearst Trunk Road, 21,964.78; Cochrane Construction Co., 
Cochrane-Hearst Trunk Road, 56,741.30; Cochrane Construction Co., bridge 
at Mattice, 9,423.63; K. Czyzowski, ditching, Twp. of McCrea and Idington, 
870.25; T. Danyluk, ditching, Twp. of Pyne, 2,140.03; F. Donachuk, ditch- 
ing, Twp. of Lamarche, 3,025.59; H. Flood, Cochrane-Hearst Trunk Road, 
2,870.40; Grant Bros. Construction Co., Cochrane-Hearst Trunk Road, 
20,867.38; C. Greeley, grubbing, burning and clearing, Twp. of Hanlan, 157.00; 
Gus Gustafson, ditching, Twp. of Way, 578.75; J. Herron, stumping, grub- 
bing and burning, Twp. of Blount, 300.40; T. Hetman, Kapuskasing-Hearst 
Road, 1,866.35; K. Hontarenko, ditching, Twp. of Fauquier, 2,222.37; M. 



Carried forward 5,235,501 71 



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Brought forward 5,235,501 71 

Roads and Bridges — Continued 
Contracts — Continued 

Horbutuk, ditching, Twp. of Lamarche, 1,520.33; J. Kitchuk, ditching, Twps. 
of Lamarche and Glackmeyer, 2,081.05 ; Harry Klym, ditching, Twps. of 
McCrea and Idington, 1,343.90; F. Kolodeznuk, ditching, Twps. of Kindrey 
and Haggart, 4,939.58; T. Kurus, ditching, Twp. of Idington, 542.05; J. E. 
Lacasse, clearing, Twp. of McCrea, 12.50; M. Levinsky, ditching, Twp. of 
Idington, 557.50; D. Mathies, grubbing and burning, Twp. of Eilber, 141.75; 
A. Matureichut, ditching, Twps. of Glackmeyer and Brown, 2,937.00; A. 
Neolet, burning and grubbing, Twp. of Eilber, 108.67; J. Pachko, ditching, 
Twp. of Calder, 5,183.72; V. Person, Cochrane-Hearst Trunk Road, 1,179.90; 
P. Pitorenko, ditching, Twp. of Fauquier, 2,362.00; A. Romanvitch, ditching, 
Twp. of Shackleton, 685.37; A. Romanvitch, Kapuskasing-Smooth Rock Falls 
Road, 773.65; P. Rzuciotta, ditching, Twp. of Calder, 2,588.34; W. Swetz, 
stumping and grubbing, Twp. of Calder, 244.50; W. Thiffeault, clearing, etc., 
Twps. of McCrea and Idington, 158.90; Jacob Toews, grubbing and burning, 
Twps. of Eilber and Barker, 172.31; S. Toos, ditching, Twps. of Leitch and 
Blount, 1,537.38; A. Walchuk, Kapuskasing-Hearst Trunk Road, 3,362.10; 
J. Yatsuk, ditching, Twps. of Williamson and Teetzel, 787.87; P. Zebruk, 
ditching, Twps. of Clute and Fournier, 2,527.20 178,680 32 

Gravel, Rock and Stone.— A. Brisson, 99.00; F. Bondy, 755.20; A. Brunet, 
317.60; F. Burke, 90.40; P. Burke, 285.90; Leo. Cashaback, 401.60; Emile 
Cere, 142.95; F. Clegg, 216.80; F. Forsythe, 169.70; S. Gregoire, 110.10; 
R. Kelly, 518.80; Joe. Lawless, 595.12; D. Lessard, 315.05; G. W. Mitchell, 
141.87; Isadore Ouillette, 150.00; J. Ouimette, 731.90; J. Palangio, 46.40; 
A. Sirois, 847.20; J. Tessier, 104.70; A. Vallee, 28.20 6,068 49 

Pay Lists.— Wages of men 868,257 75 

Board and Lodging. — O. Guenette 29 00 

Proportionate Cost of Roads. — Twps. of — Fauquier, 63.42; Glackmeyer, 3,050.00 . . 3,113 42 

Miscellaneous. — Algoma Central and Hudson Bay Rly. Co., freight and fares, 
repairs to fence, 63.53; E. Audet, office rent, livery, 369.00; D. Beauvais, 
livery, 15.00; H. Besner, car hire, 20.00; Canadian National Express, express, 
140.22; Canadian National Rlys., freight, 8,614.41; Canadian National Tele- 
graphs, telegrams, 155.65; S. Charbonneau, rent of house, 10.00; Cochrane 
Construction Co., removing old log bridge, 2,638.54; Town of Cochrane, 
water, light, power, rent of house, etc., 360.11; W. Corbeil, car rental, 
688.40; L. Cuillerier, livery, 142.00; Elliott's Garage, livery, 108.00; Lionel 
Godson, auto insurance, 63.18; C. E. Goode, livery, 156.00; E. D. Gosselin, 
boat hire, 40.00; J. Hong, washing blankets, 124.78; Town of Kapuskasing, 
share of paving, light, etc., 14,063.16; W. G. Kitts, car rental, 120.00; 
W. Lamontagne, blacksmithing, 141.11; W. McEachern, cartage, livery, 169.50; 
G. A. McMeekin, car rental, 538.50; Northern Telephone Co., Ltd., rental 
of phone service, 240.85; L. M. Peladeau, room rent, 18.00; Wm. Piette, 
rent of right-of-way, 50.00; Postmaster, stamps, box rental, 326.00; R. Proulx, 
rent of house, 10.00; W. B. Smith, car hire, 287.30; Swastika Drug Co., 
Ltd., camera repairs, etc., 28.93; Temiskaming & Northern Ontario Rly., 
freight, rent of warehouse site, 728.88; A. Vallee, livery, 75.00; Arthur Valley, 
livery, 13.50; T. Vandette, livery, 15.00. Petty disbursements, unenumerated, 
151.65, less credit, Smith & Walsh, 39.60 30,646 60 

District No. 8 ($714,643.46) 

Engineer, A. J. Isbester, Fort William 

Nipigon Highway 216,267 41 

International Highway 86,264 70 

Schreiber-Rossport Road 67,574 79 

Dawson Road 25,595 48 

Kashabowie Road 24,665 53 

Onion Lake Road 20,956 62 

Pass Lake Road 1 1,809 22 

Silver Mountain Road 10,540 64 

Dog Lake Road 10,132 85 



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H 34 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 6,322,297 29 

Roads and Bridges — Continued 
District No. 8 — Continued 

Oliver Road 8,817 24 

Gorham-Ware Townline 7,565 41 

Current River-Kam Road 7,248 12 

Marks Road 5,161 61 

Upsala Road 3,947 97 

Gun Flint Road 3,699 03 

Hymers-Scoble West Road 3,445 83 

Arthur Street Road 3,196 28 

Dona-Finmark Road 3,132 37 

Kakabeka-Hymers Road 2,997 73 

Whitefish River Bridge 2,662 40 

Pearson Road 1,606 49 

Equipment and tools 28,246 69 

General maintenance, settlers' and other roads, sundry 

expenditure 159,109 05 



714.643 46 



Travelling Expenses. — J. M. Amantea, 45.40; E. Backer, 27.85; R. Biesenthal, 
66.98; H. E. Digby, 34.70; D. C. Fellowes, 98.30; M. B. Flood, 26.15; V. 
Howson, 97.90; A. J. Isbester, 256.11; T. T. Kallio, 41.40; Thos. F. Kelly, 
115.45; E. H. Murray, 65.15; E. H. Nurminen, 166.85; D. C. Rea, 352.83; 
J. Sinclair, 99.95; H. P. Sisson, 224.50; J. Taylor, 140.80; James Whaley, 
41.60; James Wilson, 420.21 2,322 13 

Advertising, Newspapers, Printing and Stationery. — Canadian News Publishing 
Co., 16.00; Canadian Engineer, 18.20; Daily Times Journal, 90.35; News 
Chronicle Publishing Co., Ltd., 33.05; Department of Public Printing and 
Stationery, 16.40; J. Edgar Rutledge, 13.75 187 75 

Autos, Trucks, Accessories, Parts and Repairs. — Joseph Beaulieu, 20.00; W. W. 
Bourdot, 20.00; Campbell Motor Co. of Port Arthur, Ltd., 152.70; City Hall 
Garage, 36.23; W. Daley, 14.20; Endress & Auld, Ltd., 609.76; Grain Port 
Motors, Ltd., 677.72; Mrs. Harju, 346.20; Harpham Bros., 353.67; Kam. 
Motors, Ltd., 64.08; Nicholson's Tire Surgery, 419.91; Twin Port Auto Sales, 
1,116.93 3,831 40 

Camp and Road Supplies and Equipment. — K. Aho, 14.40; R. Ball, 60.50; W. 
Brody, 56.10; H. Broome, 41.25; Percy Broughton, 51.90; John Brown, 54.45; 
Burlington Steel Co., Ltd., 281.13; Burns and Co., Ltd., 3,580.43; A. Caccamo, 
31.66; Canada Creosoting Co., Ltd., 189.15; Canada Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., 
102.90; Canadian Ingersoll Rand Co., Ltd., 2,321.04; Canadian Packing Co., 
Ltd., 16,324.99; Central Tent and Awning Co., 42.71; Cockshutt Plow Co., 
Ltd., 187.20; Coslett Hardware Co., 744.36; E. T. Crocker, 7.36; James 
Davidson, 927.02; Dominion Road Machinery Co., Ltd., 8,538.18; Dominion 
Rubber Co., Ltd., 380.94; Dominion Tar & Chemical Co., Ltd., 93.00; Dunn 
Hardware Co., Ltd., 10,793.34; Geo. J. Ellett, 128.62; E. P. R. Signs, 48.00; 
Fallis Foote Co., 1,009.82; Farmers' Mercantile Association, Ltd., 35.25; 
Farmers' Supply Firm, 117.60; Fife Hardware Co., 630.96; Fitzsimmons Fruit 
Co., Ltd., 2,350.43; General Supply Co. of Canada, Ltd., 81.28; Mrs. S. Good- 
fellow, 337.71; H. T. Gray, 11.16; Gutta Percha & Rubber, Ltd., 204.67; M. 
Guyon, 156.50; J. A. Hamilton, 99.07; Into Heino, 13.68; S. J. Hill & Co., 
90.00; F. Hogan, 13.92; F. Horton, 24.00; T. Horton, 40.00; E. Hulkka, 
265.14; Geo. E. Hymers, 32.40; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 526.56; Jeffrey Manufac- 
turing Co., Ltd., 116.43; Hugo Johnson, 50.73; David Kivisto, 65.01; F. 
Laine, 21.60; Lange Tractor & Equipment Co., 350.76; John Leckie, Ltd., 
289.52; Gus Lahtimen, 5.00; Flossie Lewtas, 19.47; Lowerys, Ltd., 12.65; 
Dan McCall, 35.49; C. McConigal, 160.62; C. McDonald, 23.25; McDonald 
Consolidated, Ltd., 9,791 29; H. L. McKinnon Co., Ltd., 422.50; M. B. 
McKinnon, 31.29; Marshall Wells Co., Ltd., 1,033.61; Massey-Harris, Ltd., 
511.63; Mathews Sash and Door Co., 94.07; J. Matson, 27.64; C. Mayo, 
85.54; Meaford Steel Products, Ltd., 281.62; Chas. Mellor, 7,723.85; Metallic 
Roofing Co. of Canada, Ltd., 448.85; Monarch Oil, Ltd., 9,479.25; Moose 
Hill Garage, 43.74; Mount McKay Feed Co., Ltd., 1,882.95; Wm. Muir, 
10.40; Alex Murray Co., Ltd., 28,931.06; Geo. Neve, 378.97; Nicholson's 
Tire Surgery, 20.00; Nipigon Bay Fish Co., 117.44; A. Norman, 24.86; North- 
ern Engineering Supply Co., Ltd., 1,073.12; Ontario Reformatory Industries, 



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1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT H 35 

Brought forward 6,328,638 57 

Roads and Bridges — Continued 

Camp and Road Supplies and Equipment — Continued 

918.63; Pedlar People, Ltd., 20,435.46; J. Perala, 15.15; Pidgeon Timber 
Co., Ltd., 644.57; Piper Hardware Co., 2,888.80; City of Port Arthur, 
6.55; Port Arthur Steam Boiler Works. 100.30; Powell Equipment Co., Ltd., 
144.00; J. Frank Raw Co., Ltd., 66.50; G. H. Reid, 90.51; Roebuck & Sharp, 
1,011.40; P. Ross, 72.00; Ross Service Station, 2,267.97; Sawyer- Massey, 
Ltd., 414.79; M. L. Schoales, 19.00; W. J. Scott, 118.15; Mrs. M. N. Silles, 
48.41; William Sovereign, 90.00; John Sustonen, 2,994.18; John Syria, 169.12; 
Thunder Bay Lumber Co., Ltd., 92.57; J. W. Tripp, 84.26; Truck & Tractor 
Equipment Co., Ltd., 207.22; Western Engineering Service, Ltd., 246.79; Western 
Grocers, Ltd., 2,479.79; Woods Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 465.51; W. E. 
Yeomans, 109.75 150,806 37 

Contracts. — Chas. W. Cox : International Highway, 11,134.40; J. F. Hewitson, 

Nipigon Highway, 31,589.10 42,723 50 

Gravel, Rock and Stone.— Otto Bloomfield, 54^18; Wm. Boulter, 155.19; J. Forsell, 
20.05; A. Gordon, 41.75; Erno. Hendrickson, 25.00; Mrs. E. Kahler, 58.87 
Kaministiquia Lumber Co., 17.67; W. A. Kyro, 77.04; J. H. Landnesser, 
11.55; William Leith, 74.41; A. Mamty, 59.78; C. Mannisto, 29.40; C. Manty, 
19.95; Joseph Muloin, 141.61; Quinn Stone & Ore Co., Ltd., 6,280.49; Rock 
Products Co., Ltd., 28,404.54; W. Sahl, 29.61; Utility Construction, Ltd., 
44,400.00 79,901 09 

Pay Lists.— Wages of men 392,407 27 

Board and Lodging. — Mrs. N. Angus, 17.50; Canadian Railway News Co., Ltd., 
211.20; E. T. Crocker, 4.50; Ross Houli, 37.50; Mrs. T. Kallio, 133.75; Thos. 
and Mrs. Keating, 336.00; Gus. Lahtimen, 36.00; Mrs. G. Liggins, 15.05; 
E. M. McDonald, 52.65; McKinnon's Inn, 16.85; E. H. Nurminen, 114.80; 
Charles Ouilette, 89.20; M. Pakka, 128.35; Queens Hotel, 45.50; O. Ryyu- 
nanen, 46.65; John Syria, 150.50; Geo. Yipp, 246.60 1,682 60 

Proportionate Cost of Roads. — Townships of— Gillies, 1,124.60; Neebing, 7,026.20; 
Nipigon, 2,239.70; O'Connor, 417.18; Oliver, 3,250.00; Paipoonge, 3,264.21; 
Schreiber, 291.21; Shuniah, 12,980.73 30,593 83 

Purchase of Property — Right-of-Way. — John Harmsworth, 100.00; Hudson's Bay 

Co., 40.00 140 00 

Miscellaneous. — Aitkens Livery, hire of team, 30.00; Algoma Laundry,- washing 
blankets, 311.40; W. C. Bain, cutting down hill and making embankment, 
3,502.45; Bark & Mortimer, auto insurance, 29.58; Barnet-McQueen Con- 
struction Co., Ltd., rent of boiler, 45.50; R. Biesenthal, car rental, 370.00; 
Harold Bishop, transportation, 151.00; Canadian Bank of Commerce, 
printed cheques, 65.00; Canadian National Railways, freight, 766.88; Canadian 
National Railways, express, 19.27; Canadian Pacific Express Co., express, 46.91; 
Canadian Pacific Railway Co., freight, 1,118.49; Canadian Pacific Railway 
Co's. Telegraph, telegrams, 67.63; C. W. Cox, use of tractor and grader, 
1,291.50; J. W. Crooks & Co., developing and printing films, 12.40; Fitz- 
gerald's Drug Stores, Ltd., developing films, 10.35 ; City of Fort William, 
phone, water, taxes, 98.70; D. B. Fraser, veterinary services, 35.00; B. L. 
Green, moving camp, 15.00; G. Greer, car rental, 26.00; J. B. Greer, loss of horse, 
150.00; Hacquoil Bros., cartage and livery, 37.50; T. Huffman, moving sup- 
plies, 28.00; Hydro-Electric Power Commission, light, 75.36; Geo. E. Hymers, 
storing lumber, 40.00; International Transit Co., freighting, 84.88; J. Kelly, 
rent of house, 36.00; W. C. Langworthy, registration, searches, 35.50; John 
Lysnes, rent of garage, 50.00; Mrs. A. Millar, damage re roadwork, 50.00; Morris 
& Babe, professional services, 23.00; E. H. Murray, car tickets, 6.25 ; Bank of Nova 
Scotia, special cheques, 21.00; O. Paajanen, rent of camp, 15.00; City of Port 
Arthur, phone service, 41.25; Postmaster, stamps, 110.00; O. Robillard, rent 
of house, 15.00; Smith & Walsh, Ltd., auto insurance, 27.60; Stirrette Lumber 
Co., land and fencing, 537.70; A. Tomla, rent of house, 13.40; James Wilson, 
car rental, 408.00. Petty disbursements, unenumerated, 241.51; less credit, 
A. E. Wilson & Co., Ltd., 12.49 10,047 52 



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Brought forward 7,036,940 75 

Roads and Bridges — Continued 

District No. 9 ($486,251.95) 

Engineer, R. T. Lyons, Kenora 

Kenora-Manitoba Boundary Road 128,814 01 

Kenora-Rainy River Road • 125,415 32 

Quibell-Dinorwic Road 41,939 27 

Sioux Lookout-Dinorwic Road 38,385 93 

Dryden-Richan Road 6,486 39 

Kenora- Ridditt Road 5,536 59 

Pellatt Main Road 4,542 90 

Patricia Sub-District 4,103 32 

Ignace-Osaquin Road 4,071 09 

Amesdale-Richan Road 3,902 94 

Alcona-Superior Jet. Road 3,324 90 

Dry Gulley Bridge 2,487 72 

East Melick Road 1,199 71 

Equipment and tools 41 ,698 37 

General maintenance, settlers' and other roads, sundry 

expenditure 74,343 49 



486,251 95 

Travelling Expenses.— J. D. Aaron, 109.55; W. Armour, 38.35; H. F. Cairns, 
205.20; A. J. Hill, 106.20; Geo. Lund, 11.25; R. T. Lyons, 745.83; E. Roy, 
10.65; H. Smith, 49.90; R. O. Smith, 25.40; G. Wigle, 8.25 1,310 58 

Advertising, Newspapers, Printing and Stationery. — Miner Publishing Co., 29.15; 

Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 16.20; G. W. Smith, 72.70 1 18 05 

Autos, Trucks, Accessories, Parts and Repairs. — Central Motors, 24.03; Dingwall 
Motors, 2,069.90; Dryden Motors, 160.35; Kenora Garage, 13.60; Linstrom 
& Nilson, 1,311.57; R. J. Mitchell, 105.86; J. L. Parent, 20.91; Ward's Garage, 
53.25 3,759 47 

Camp and Road Supplies and Equipment. — Acme-Magneto and Electrical Co., 
Ltd., 45.33; Acme Waste Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 39.61; Anderson Boat 
Co., Ltd., 73.00; J. Armstrong, 13.30; Austin Manufacturing Co., 231.35; 
Geo. Beatty & Sons, 112.00; J. B. Belaire, 1,135.33; Bergman and Nelson, 
23.12; Bowman's General Store, 13.35; Brandram-Henderson, Ltd., 73.10; 
W. Brinkman, 67.96; P. Burns & Co., Ltd., 6,904.42; Campbell Heating Co., 
75.78; Canada Ingot Iron Co., 3,763.58; Canadian Automobile Equipment, 
Ltd., 358.80; Canadian Fairbanks- Morse Co., Ltd., 84.00; Canadian Indus- 
tries, Ltd., 17,730.00; Canadian Ingersoll-Rand Co., Ltd., 4,648.89; H. Cheyne, 
194.44; Mike Chomik, 22.52; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 27.10; J. S. 
Conner, 69.10; Frank Cosco, 9,083.40; Alex Cowey, 236.88; M. J. Crozier, 418.74; 
Dryden Lumber Co., 823.92; Dryden Paper Co., Ltd., 72.49; Durance Bros, 
and Co., 3,192.31; Elma Supply Co., 656.43; G. E. Farlinger, 561.91; A. T. 
Fife & Co., 83.04; Foster's Meat Market, 1,457.89; Fyr-Fyter Co., Ltd., 
43.00; Gasaccumulator Co. of Canada, Ltd., 132.78; Geo. Gough, 827.36; 
D. M. Griffith, 887.46; Hansen Bros., 104.68; Wm. Harman, 42.00; Robt. 
Henderson, 223.08; J. Hertz, 68.03; H. E. Holmstrom, 45.50; Hose Hard- 
ware Co., 2,031.35; H. Hrbatz, 109.84; Hughes Owen Co., Ltd., 186.65; 
Imperial Cocoa & Spice Co., Ltd., 595.20; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 10,896 86; Indian 
Lake Lumber Co., 48.09; J. S. Innes, Ltd., 632.02; International Harvester 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., 18.15; Jackson Bros., 32.12; Jeffrey Manufacturing Co., 
174.96; Alex. Jordon, 16.50; D. Kamad, 18.83; Keewatin Lumber Co., Ltd., 
3,457.94; Kelly & Kimberley, 793.19; E. A. Klose, 85.89; E. Knudson, 57.29; 
John Kron & Son, 336.26; Lake of the Woods Milling Co., Ltd., 3,331.34; 
Edmund Lange, 234.29; John Leckie, Ltd., 312.04; Lindstrom & Nilson, 
892.34; McColl-Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd., 1,205.30; Allan A. J. MacDonald, 
3,250.89; H. L. McKinnon Co., Ltd., 1,141.92; A. McLaren, 77.76; Muni- 
cipality of Machin, 19.80; Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd., 5,336.06; Meaford 
Steel Products, Ltd., 103.97; Merrill, Rhind & Walmsley, 67.95; Metallic 
Roofing Co. of Canada, Ltd., 361.11; J. Millbrandt, 3,295.39; Moncrieff & 
Endress, 28.51; A. L. Murray, 22,402.82; Neilson's, 96.94; Ontario Reforma- 
tory Industries, 1,068.62; Peter Perlin, 131.13; Alfred Pitt, Ltd., 228.08; 
B. H. Rands, 72.55; J. Frank Raw Co., Ltd., 488.68; Reflex Sign Co., 
Ltd., 64.03; John Ried, 411.20; Rogers Fruit, 75.87; Safety Silent Policeman 



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Brought forward 7,042,128 85 

Roads and Bridges — Continued 

Camp and Road Supplies and Equipment — Continued 

Co., 132.23; Paul B. Sammons, 30.17; Sawyer- Massey Co., Ltd., 8,264.98; G. 
W. Shaffer, 24.00; Sharpe's, Ltd., 18.01; H. A. Skene, 893.43; Mrs. J. Smith, 
15.60; J. Steener, 147.98; M. Steener, 185.64; Sterling Engine Works, Ltd., 
129.15; Stone Boat Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 1,178.82; Sullivan Machinery 
Co., 1,650.40; Tremco Manufacturing Co., of Canada, Ltd., 94.28; Truck and 
Tractor Equipment Co., Ltd., 1,012.34; United States Motors Corporation, 
288.50; A. Weiss, 86.67; Western Grocers, Ltd., 14,347.97; Western Oil Co., 
Ltd., 249.72; R. Wetendorf, 35.39; William's Hardware Co., 10,537.76; Windsor 
Wiping Cloth Co., 18.90; J. Winterbottom, 129.90; Woods Manufacturing Co., 
Ltd., 2,151.24; J. Wyder, 134.98 160,614 77 

Contracts. — Kelly & Kimberley, Kenora-Fort Frances Highway, 274.00; Morrow & 
Beatty, improvement of transportation between the railway and Red Lake 
mining area, 3,240.56 

Gravel, Rock and Stone.— Eric Anderson, 34.44; C. H. H. Belts, 22.89; C. Becknell, 
31.15; T. McMaster, 45.36; Alex. McPhail, 16.45; S. Percy, 17.50; S. Richardson, 
49.00; P. Symanyk, 11.25 

Pay Lists.— Wages of men 301,622 

Board and Lodging. — J. Botink, 10.50; Commercial Hotel, 265.00; Grandview Hotel, 
204.00; J. Hiley, 63.43; Mrs. P. Johnson, 37.00; G. Mulholland, 14.00; W. 
Platford, 227.20; A. G. Smith, 29.05; H. W. Thorpe, 85.40; F. Twinn, 1,078.05. . 

Proportionate Cost of Roads. — Townships of — Jaffray and Melich, 1,325.00; Machin, 
1,747.07; Vanhorne, 2,746.13 



Miscellaneous. — W. Armour, rent of motor boat, 75.00; Auto and Horse Livery, 
truck hire, 34.50; Bark and Mortimer, auto insurance, 41.25; F. W. Bowman, 
freight, 29.30; Canadian National Railways, freight, 162.49; Canadian Pacific 
Express, express, 233.38; Canadian Pacific Railway Co., freight, fare, 3,560.64; 
Canadian Pacific Railway Company's Telegraph, telegrams, 131.75; Customs, 
Canada, duty, 140.15; L. Degagne, use of camp, 35.00; Town of Dryden, light, 
work removing bridge, 114.65 ; C. W. Fraser, rent of scow, 80.00; J. H. Hall, rent of 
warehouse, 24.00; B. Hendricks, freight, 43.95; Hydro-Electric Power Com- 
mission, expenses, 478.76; Kenora Dry Cleaners, washing blankets, 114.25; 
Town of Kenora, light, water, phone services, 344.14; John Kron & Son, cartage, 
rental of scow, 104.89; Department of Lands and Forests, lumber dues, 50.63; 
Mrs. E. Logan, cleaning office, 120.00; A. K. McLeod, livery, trucking, 
79.25; Modern Dyers & Cleaners, washing blankets, 88.90; W. H. Moore, black- 
smithing, 8.45; Northern Transportation Co., work performed, 384.00; Bank of 
Nova Scotia, special cheques, 17.50; Sam Onarheim, blacksmithing, 128.45; 
Postmaster, 175.54; J. Reynard, cartage, 50.00; Robt. Sweeney, blacksmithing, 
91.95; Tarling Map Mounting Co., mounting maps, 20.05; H. H. Tilley, printing 
films, etc., 11.70; G. Wigle, freight, 29.54; A. E. Wilson Co., Ltd., insurance on 
cars, 24.13; W. A. Wilson, livery, cartage, 32.50. Petty disbursements, unenu- 
merated, 191.29 

District No. 10 ($278,396.57) 

Engineer, A. M. Mills, Fort Frances 

Fort Frances- Rainy River Road 60,387 35 

Kenora-Rainy River Road 47,480 31 

Off Lake-Clearwater Road 8,376 81 

Arbor Vitae Road 6,421 92 

Attwood Bridge 6,335 72 

Devlin Road 4,587 93 

Emo-Off Lake Road 4,358 82 

Sleeman-Minahico Road 4,260 25 

Spohn-Bergland Road 4,133 44 

Deerlock Road Extension 3,757 15 

Barwick Road 3,598 34 

Spohn Road 3,168 25 

Log River Bridge 2,407 1 1 

Mine Centre- Vermilion Lake Road 2,384 48 

Barnhart-Off Lake Road 2,177 75 

Mclnness Creek Road 1,488 44 

La Vallee Road 864 05 

Equipment and tools 11,108 60 

General maintenance, settlers'* and other roads; sundry 

expenditure 101,099 85 



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Carried forward 7,523,192 70 



H_38 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 7,523,192 70 

Roads and Bridges — Continued 

Travelling Expenses. — Frank Clement, 222.10; H. Engbretson, 124.85; J. W. Hopper, 

63.65; W. T. Hopper, 59.30; A. M. Mills, 593.39; C. Tackaberry, 659.20 1,722 49 

Advertising, Newspapers, Printing, Stationery. — G. G. Boeker 13 15 

Autos, Trucks, Accessories, Parts. — Swan Carlson, 34.70; Mrs. Kieger, 147.65; John 

McVey, 2,716.94 2,899 29 

Camp and Road Supplies and Equipment. — Henry Ahrens, 42.90; C. V. Anderson, 
64.75; Bainbridge Store, 388.15; Black Bros., 2,427.37; Ed. Bliss, 11.68; W. H. 
Bottenfield, 14.90; M. Brogg, 572.70; Canada Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., 3,363.32; 
Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., 90.93; August Carlson, 36.93; Carl Carlson, 
67.50; Wes. Carnduff, 17.60; Harry Cauldwell, 102.65; W. H. Clink, 86.90; A. 
G. Cumming, Ltd., 15.00; Dominion Road Machinery Co., Ltd., 939.26; Dominion 
Rubber Co., Ltd., 48.74; Dominion Tar & Chemical Co., Ltd., 115.48; J. Eastan, 
42.90; Adam Elliott, 13.93; M. H. Ferguson, 112.54; Mrs. G. Ferris, 39.10; Fort 
Frances Flour & Feed Co., 68.05; Fort Frances Publishing Co., Ltd., 16.45; Fort 
Frances Wholesalers, Ltd., 2,081.75; C. Gansby, 60.01; Gasaccumulator Co. 
(Canada), Ltd., 130.00; General Supply Co. of Canada, Ltd., 656.45; H. Gibson, 
21.71; Gordon Gillies, 261.30; T. G. Gillies, 72.00; Gillmore & Noden, 333.97; 
Graham's Garage, 416.21; John Hagen, 11.70; I. Hakkala, 31.92; W. Hamilton, 
183.45; Harris Abattoir (Western), Ltd., 1,836.45; Wm. Hayes, 46.34; J. S. 
Hunter, 1,029.19; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 1,003.54; International Harvester Co. of 
Canada, Ltd., 30.50; Jeffrey Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 33.53; Theo. Jodoin, 
35.63; W. Juhula, 37.65; Wm. Koski, 427.20; Langstaffe-Schurg Co., Ltd." 61.36; 
Norman Lane, 50.75; H. A. McCafferty, 14.40; J. McDonald, 13.04; D. McMillan, 
213.70; H. Macki, 21.36; Manitoba Bridge & Iron Works, Ltd., 315.92; James 
Martin, 28.65; J. M. Mathew, Ltd., 14.04; Meaford Steel Products, Ltd., 102.21; 
Bert Meyers, 57.98; Meyers Bros., 177.83; G. Munroe, 168.96; North Star Oil, 
Ltd., 15.91; Northern Star Oil, Ltd., 48.09; S. Peterson, 200.90; Postmaster, 
75.00; Powell Equipment Co., Ltd., 266.60; Preston's Machine Shop, 109.92; 
Producers Co-Operative Creamery Co., 481.50; J. Frank Raw Co., Ltd., 12.30; B. 
Roen, 817.41; Charles Ruissalo, 27.55; Sawyer-Massey, Ltd., 5,001.47; Service 
Sign & Poster Studios, 75.00; Cornet Shannon, 85.80; Shevlin-Clarke Co., Ltd., 
590.19; George Shortreed, 40.14; M. N. Silver, 44.00; Stratton Hardware Co., 
26.82; W. F. Sullivan, 766.79; Swift-Canadian Co., Ltd., 299.36; C. J. Thornton, 
232.96; Tompkin's Hardware, 483.44; Transport Equipment Co., 491.46; Robert 
Trott, 224.32; Donald Tucker, 325.75; J. Turner, 50.96; United Typewriter, 
Manitoba, Ltd., 17.75; P. Vandrunen, 41.80; W. Wachnow, 23.55; Watson & 
Lloyd, 11.75; J. Watts, 198.90; Well's Hardware Co., Ltd., 4,295.92; Western 
Grocers, Ltd., 2,046.88; Western Steel Products, Ltd., 17.16; Woods Manu- 
facturing Co., Ltd., 1 14.00 36,241 78 

Contracts. — Alex. Anderson, clearing right-of-way, Fort Frances-Kenora Road. .... 1,485 74 

Gravel, Rock and Stone. — Agricultural Development Board, 47.60; W. Canfield, 
36.48; J. Davis, 110.10; Mrs. A. Dustin, 20.10; N. Fosso, 120.60; Thos. Ganton, 
10.44; C. Hebard, 12.90; Harry Howard, 62.00; A. L. Judson, 37.90; Mrs. J. 
Kunze, 272.82; A. Larson, 83.65; E. McKelvie, 202.90; J. A. McNabb, 27.90; 
P. Mickelson Estate, 44.38; Wm. Pattison, 27.00; F. Willis, 102.70 1,219 47 

Pay List.— Wages of men 208,853 87 

Board and Lodging. — Mrs. M. Johnson 80 50 

Proportionate Cost of Roads. — Townships — Alberton, 1,250.00; Atwood, 1,079.85; 
Blue, 1,237.50; Chappie, 6,490.72; Dilke, 445.40; Emo, 3,647.76; LaVallee, 
3,574.60; Mclrvine, 966.84; Morley, 2,494.20; Morson, 700.00; Worthington, 
729.20 22,616 07 

Purchase of Property Right-of-Way. — Agricultural Development Board, 105.20; F. 

Cooke, 15.00 120 20 

Miscellaneous. — J. A. Alexander, timber dues, 186.54; Robert Armstrong, car 
rental, 40.00; Bark & Mortimer, auto insurance, 44.78; B. H. Bowler, land 
cleared, 14.00; Canadian National Express, express, 41.73; Canadian National 
Railways, freight, 556.04; Canadian National Telegraphs, telegrams, 65.15; 
Mrs. A. E. Carter, land cleared, 28.00; Frank Clement, car rental, 564.00; Town 
of Cochrane, rent of house, 50.00; Joseph Cyre, land cleared, 28.00; M. N. 
Dalseg, freighting, 40.00; Municipal Corporation of Emo, phone services, 39.30; 

Carried forward 7,798,445 26 



1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT H 39 

Brought forward 7,798,445 26 

Roads and Bridges — Continued 
Miscellaneous — Continued 

H. Engbretson, car rental, 151.25; O. B. Flinders, rental of storehouse, 20.00; Fort 
Frances Masonic Building Association, office rent, 90.00; Town of Fort Frances, 
phone service, 101.45; John Hoey, rental of trailer, 16.50; Langstaff-Schurg Co., 
Ltd., light, 9.00; G. Lindsell, clearing land, 32.00; E. A. Lockhart, blacksmithing, 
82.28; G. Locking, clearing land, 50.00; G. Locking, cutting wood, 3.50; W. M. 
Oglestean, blacksmithing, 309.63; C. Robertson, blacksmithing, 60.60; Smith & 
Walsh, Ltd., auto insurance, 23.99; A. Stethem, rent of office, 270.00; H. Wills, 
land cleared, 11.00; David Woodgate, blacksmithing, 37.20; Ellen M. Young, 
cleaning office, 16.50. Petty disbursements, unenumerated, 161.57 3,144 01 

Loans and Advances to Settlers and Creameries ($79,008.08) 

Administration ($11,558.08) 

Section 9 

F. Dane Commissioner 12 months 5,000 00 

A. E. MacLean Senior Clerk 12 " 2,500 00 

F. M. Jack Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,200 00 

F.L.Wilson " " 12 " 975 00 



9,675 00 



Contingencies. — J. C. Barr, inspections, 85.97; E. H. Barnes, inspections, 6.00; J. 
A. Bastien, inspections, 99.25; W. V. Cragg, inspections, 68.00; A. Grigg, 
inspections, 72.30; W. Hough, inspections, 50.75; T. Hughes, inspections, 137.70; 
King's Printer, 603.36; W. F. Langworthy, legal expenses, 25.00; A. E. MacLean, 
travelling expenses, 160.00; H. B. Owens, inspections, 312.70; Postmaster, 5.00; 
D. Smith, inspections, 43.60; R. A. Teasdale, inspections, 22.00; United Type- 
writer Co., Ltd., rentals and inspections, 44.50; L. E. Van Home, inspections, 
76.45; R. G. Wigle, inspections, 41.60; T. H. Wilson, inspections, 21.55; petty 
disbursements, 7.35 1,883 08 

Loans to Settlers ($67,450.00) 

Section 16 
Sundry persons, loans 67,450 00 

Purchase of Cattle and Other Live Stock for Settlers and Farmers ($9,198.78) 

Section 1 1 (H) 

Purchase of Cattle.— William Berdan, 475.00; Robt. Carson, 580.00; Emery Claus, 
290.00; Robt. Corner, 100.00; Thos. Dennis, 420.00; Charles Garnhan, 580.00; 
Louis J. Garnhan, 125.00; Robert Garham, 180.00; J. F. Genier, 90.00; D. Grigg, 
100.00; Russell Haries, 70.00; John Hotchkiss, 110.00; Morley R. Hotchkiss, 
150.00; Joseph Lewis, 260.00; Ephrim MacPherson, 1,800.00; W. R. McGee, 
180.00; Robert Meharg, 90.00; W. T. Meharg, 270.00; Wm. Millers, 240.00; 
H. Murphy, 290.00; H. Ouimet, 75.00; D. J. Pomerleau, 150.00; Wm. Reid, 
95.00; J. L. Stansell, 175.00; M. F. Sweet, 195.00; Roy Williams, 390.00; P. E. 
Wilson, 230.00; H. Wisson, 220.00 7,930 00 

Miscellaneous. — Canadian National Railways, freight, 498.50; A. Charbonneau, 
travelling expenses, 43.55; Emery Claus, services and expenses, 33.70; Norman 
Dick, trucking, hay, straw, 42.25; H. E. Donnelly, barrels, 7.00; Wilfred Gagnon, 
travelling expenses, 105.50; King's Printer, stationery, 24.40; Ernest Leonard, 
travelling expenses, 91.75; J. B. Lipsit, chop, bran, 40.35; S. S. McDonald, 
lumber, 13.00; J. W. McQuiggan, pine, 9.50; S. Mathers, professional services, 
15.00; Lionel Seguin, travelling expenses, 41.40; J. L. Stansell, services, 125.00; 
Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway, freight, 141.00; Charles A. Walsh, 
spikes, rope, nails, 35.38; A. J. Yelle, hay, 1.50 1,268 78 

Purchase and Distribution of Seed Grain ($14,453.40) 

Section 11 (F) 

Seed Grain.— Justin Barnard, 57.00; Carp Flour Mills, 7,016.49; J. S. Corner, 39.00; 
Wm. Hamilton, 79.20; F. W. Hendry, 1,165.00; Herbert Jibb, 411.70; T. H. 
Lewis, 166.50; Duncan Nicholson, 138.00; Wesley Ogden, 207.90; Fred Pummell, 
370.50; Wm. Rennie Co., Ltd., 345.08; Thomas F. Ryan, 221.10; Steele Briggs 
Seed Co., Ltd., 2,775.89 12,993 36 



Carried forward 7,902,789 49 



H 40 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 7,902,789,49 

Seed Grain — Continued 

Miscellaneous. — Bell Telephone Co. of Canada, long distance calls, 8.50; Miss 
N. Bonin, abstract of titles, 24.88; M. Burnette, searches, 18.12; Canadian 
National Railways, freight, 280.51; Canadian Pacific Railway Co., freight, 75.40; 
J. A. Clermont, searches, 44.92; E. A. Cunningham, searches, 16.16; J. M. 
Deacon, searches, 54.80; Lome H. Ferguson, searches, postage, 16.92; C. 
Gillespie, abstract of titles, 9.97; W. L. Haight, searches, 55.30; F. W. Hendry, 
cartage, storing, shipping, 53.50; C. W. Jarvis, searches, 10.20; W. J. Keating, 
searches, 33.20; King's Printer, stationery, 50.60; Chas. E. Lount, searches and 
titles, 21.35; McKenzie's Livery & Teaming, teaming, 15.40; V. McNamara, 
certificates of search, 4.04; R. Meyers, cartage, 3.50; John Munro, abstract of 
title, 3.20; Joseph Newlove, cartage, 52.68; Royal Bank, exchange, excise stamps, 
2.40; E. Shaw, cartage, 4.65; Star Taxi and Transfer, cartage, 8.25; G. Taylor, 
stamps, 5.00; Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway, freight, 561.34; 
Margaret Thorpe, wages, 7.50 1,442 29 

Pay Lists. — Wages of men 17 75 

The Encouragement and Assistance of Agriculture, Cochrane, Larocque, 

Lee Valley, Matheson, Port Arthur, Ramore, Webbwood 

($4,883.95) 

Pay Lists.— Wages of men 4,883 95 

Statutory $7,308,506.71 



SPECIAL WARRANTS 

Northern Development Exhibit, C.N.E. ($1,473.20) 

Department of Public Highways, rental of trucks, 40.15; The Film & Slide Co. of 
Canada, projector, 178.25; Globe Printing Co., advertising, 270.60; E. J. Holland, 
erecting and painting exhibit, 500.00; Mail and Empire, advertising, 284.70; 
Map Specialty Co., mounting maps, 42.50; Roy O'Connor, printing, 87.50; 
P. S. Van Realte, meals, 22.25; D. T. Welsh, meals, 18.15; A. S. Williamson, 
meals, 17.60; petty disbursements, 11.50 1,473 20 

Trip to Northern Ontario by certain Members of the Executive of the 
Ontario Good Roads Association and Highway Advisory Board 
($1,490.91) 
Gill & Long, hire of cars, 600.00; Jas. Sinton, to pay travelling expenses of party, 

890.91 1,490 91 

Special Warrants .$2,964.11 

Total, Expenditure, Department of Northern Developmant $7,912,097.59 



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Hon. Chas. McCrea Minister (Statutory) 10,000 00 

MAIN OFFICE AND BRANCHES 

Salaries ($125,289.87) 

T. W. Gibson Deputy Minister 12 months 

T. F. Sutherland Acting Deputy Minister 12 " 

W. M. Mclntyre Secretary to Minister and Departmental 

Secretary 12 " 

G. E. H. Graham Principal Clerk 12 " 

John Work Head Clerk 7 



D. H. Barr Senior Clerk 

Jas. Douglas Draughtsman 

H. W. Batchelor Clerk Stenographer. 

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Isobel Wagar Clerk Stenographer. 

W. Stuart Clerk 

R. Eyre " 

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12 
12 



6,000 00 
4,650 00 

2,550 00 

2,300 00 

1,381 25 

2,100 00 

1,700 00 

1,500 00 

956 25 

1,600 00 

1,400 00 

1,950 00 

1,250 00 

1,050 00 

750 00 

590 03 

843 75 

1,500 00 

712 50 



Geological Branch 

A. G. Burrows Provincial Geologist 12 months 5,400 00 

H. C. Rickaby Assistant Geologist 12 " 3,187 50 

Wm. S. Dyer " " 12 " 3,450 00 

M. E. Hurst " " 12 " 3,337 50 

D. A. Lowry Senior Clerk Stenographer 12 « 1,400 00 

J. L. McNaughton Library Clerk 12 " 1,500 00 



Publications and Statistics Branch 

W. R. Rogers Director 12 months 3,600 00 

A. C. Young Statistician 12 « 3,300 00 

P. A. Jackson Surveyor and Senior Draughtsman 12 " 2,850 00 

A. Braidwood Senior Draughtsman 12 " 2,700 00 

J. Ledingham " " 12 " 2,700 00 

Jno. Jamieson " " 12 " 2,225 00 

D. J. Ferrier Assistant Editor 12 " 2,100 00 

M. M. Murphy Clerk Stenographer 3 " 300 00 

Irene Williams ■ " 12 " 1,050 00 

Mine Inspection Branch 

D. G. Sinclair Chief Inspector of Mines 12 months 3,850 00 

A. R. Webster Inspector of Mines 12 " 3,600 00 

E. C. Keeley " " 12 " 3,262 50 

Ralph H. Cleland " " 12 " 3,262 50 

Geo. S. Jarrett " " 4 ■ 1,050 00 

D.F.Cooper " " 1]/ 2 " 1,984 21 

D. J. Field Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,400 00 

R. Stewart Laboratory Attendant 12 " 1,500 00 



Mine Assessment Branch 



G. R. Mickle Mine Assessor 12 months 

A. G. Scovell Clerk 12 " 



4,800 00 
2,000 00 



Carried forward 100,592 99 



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Brought forward 100,592 99 

Chemical and Assay Branch 

W. K. McNeill Provincial Assayer 12 months 3,800 00 

T. E. Rothwell Assistant Assayer 12 " 2,850 00 

W.F.Green « " 12 " 2,850 00 

Wm. F. Ley Junior Laboratory Attendant 11 " 825 00 

Mining Court of Ontario 

T. E. Godson Judge of Mining Court 12 months 6,000 00 

W. H. Morris Registrar and Reporter 12 " 3,000 00 

Bessie C. Sefton Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,500 00 

M.M.Wilson " " 12 " 1,200 00 

Files Branch 

A. M. Moffatt Filing Clerk 12 months 1,300 00 

M. E. Clark " " 6}/ 2 " 528 13 

M. B. Madden " " 12 " 843 75 

Salaries not provided for (Statutory) ($644.69) 

A. Van Raalte Clerk 5 months 381 25 

H. G. Matthews Office Boy 5 " 234 38 

Peter Pickford " " , }i * 29 06 

Contingencies ($67,987.57) 

Temporary Services. — I. R. Bingham, stenographer at 15.00 per wk., 165.00; Mary 
L. Chenery, clerk typist at 75.00 per mo., 320.19; Marion E. Clark, clerk steno- 
grapher at 81.25 per mo., 446.87; Percy Logie, office boy at 43.75 per mo., 57.21; 
J. F. S. Madden, clerk at .50 per hour, 920.50; H. G. Matthews, office boy at 
43.75 per mo., 328.12; J. L. Milligan, publicity work, at 216.67 per mo., 2,600.04; 
Peter Pickford, office boy at 43.75 per mo., 99.28; M. Josephine Phelan, clerk 
stenographer at 81.25 per mo., 893.75; Alfred Van Raalte, clerk at 62.50 per mo., 
406.25; J. B. Scanlon, assistant secretary at 150.00 per mo., 1,800.00; Geo. F. 
Stevens, office boy at 43.75 per mo., 525.00 8,562 21 

Travelling Expenses.— A. G. Burrows, 42.20; R. H. Cleland, 754.88; D. F. 
Cooper, 723.83; W. S. Dyer, 472.75; T. W. Gibson, 3,250.81; T. E. Godson, 
306.43; G. E. H. Graham, 1,097.87; P. A. Jackson, 6.90; G. S. Jarrett, 357.24; 
E. C. Keeley, 929.15; Hon. Chas. McCrea, 1,000.00; G. R. Mickle, 108.35; 
W. H. Morris, 78.55; H. C. Rickaby, 37.95; W. R. Rogers, 66.80; T. E. Rothwell, 
50.05; D. G. Sinclair, 883.40; T. F. Sutherland, 259.11; A. R. Webster, 1,367.79; 
John Work, 114.85; A. C. Young, 36.60 11,945 51 

Advertising. — Algoma Advocate, 8.00; Blind River Leader, 8.00; Border Cities 
Star, 66.22; British American Publishing Co., 457.60; Bruce Mines Spectator, 
19.60; Canada News, 5.58; Canada Newspaper Co., Ltd., 447.00; Canadian 
Baptist, 282.24; Canadian Churchman, 42.00; Canadian Engineer, 3.00; Canadian 
Facts Publishing Co., 30.00; Canadian Geographical Society, 240.00; Canadian 
Holy Name Prefect, 36.00; Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, 480.00; 
Canadian Labour Press, Ltd., 560.00; Canadian Labour Times, 40.00; Canadian 
Labour World, 130.00; Canadian Mining Journal, 996.46; Carswell Co., Ltd., 
4.00; Catholic Record, 630.00; The Catholic Register, 56.25; Chapleau Times, 
16.00; Cochrane Northland Post, 20.00; Echoes, 65.00; Fort Frances Times, 
20.00; Fort William Times- Journal, 31.50; Fraser Scottish Annual, 100.00; 
Guelph Mercury, 60.00; The Haileyburian, 12.00; Hamilton Herald, Ltd., 
125.00; Heaton Publishing Co., 100.00; Journal Dailies, Ottawa, 209.61; Journal 
Publishing Co., Ltd., 62.00; Keith Publishing Co., Ltd., 30.00; Labour Educa- 
tional Association of Ontario, 100.00; Labour Herald, 30.00; Labour Leader 
Publishing Co., 540.00; The Legionary, 270.00; L' Illustration Economique 
Financiere, 200.00; London Free Press Printing Co., 72.00; MacLean Publishing 
Co., Ltd., 100.00; Manitoba Chamber of Mines, 150.00; Mining Magazine, 
175.20; Mines Publishing Co., Ltd., 19.25; Mining Journal, 455.74; Mining 
World & Engineering Record, 316.32; Monetary Times, 256.50; Montreal 
Financial Times, 281.88; Municipal Intelligence Bureau, 100.00; News Chronicle 
Publishing Co., Ltd., 18.00; Northern Miner, 1,323.10; New Outlook, 135.00; 
The Nuggett, 21.00; Ottawa Catholic Times, 191.25; Ottawa Danebrog, 45.00; 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Main Office and Branches $193,277.44 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Natural Gas Commissioner's Office 
Salaries ($5,525.00) 



R. B. Harkness Gas Commissioner. . 

F. A. Saunders Clerk Stenographer. 



12 months 
12 " 



Enforcing the Natural Gas Acts and Oil Wells Act ($10,444.34) 

B. D. Burn Inspector, Tilsonburg 12 months 

George F. Henderson Natural Gas Referee, Ottawa 12 " 

John Scott Inspector, Petrolia 12 ■ 



13,890 84 



8,690 95 



Brought forward 145,797 59 

Contingencies — Continued 
Advertising — Continued 

Ottawa Journal, 124.00; Patricia Herald, 129.60; Patricia Publishing Co., 95.20 
Porcupine Advance, 9.00; Rainy River Record, 38.00; St. Joe Herald, 12.00 
The Sailor, 100.00; Sault Daily Star, 43.40; Skilling's Mining Review, 165.00 
T. Skinner of Canada, Ltd., 550.00; Standard Publishing Co., 17.64; Sudbury 
Star, 158.60; The Times, London, Eng., 750.00; Toronto Evening Telegram, 
15.00; Toronto Globe, 325.80; Toronto Mail and Empire, 328.70; Toronto 
Saturday Night, 145.60; United Church Publishing Co., 255.00; Westman 
Publishing Co., Ltd., 390.00; Whig-Standard Co., Ltd., 45.00 

Maps and Plans.— Geo. M. Hendry Co., Ltd., 17.00; A. Mack & Co., 63.50; Miller 
Litho Co., Ltd., 826.90; Rolph, Clarke, Stone., Ltd., 3,180.20; Surveyor General, 
Ottawa, 13.70; Thompson Sons, Ltd., 4,578.98; petty disbursements, 10.67 

Fees to Various Associations. — American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 15.00; 
American Ceramic Society, 10.00; American Institute of Mining, 15.00; Associa- 
tion of Ontario Land Surveyors, 7.00; Association of Professional Engineers of 
- Ontario, 5.00; Canadian Institute of Chemistry, 10.00; Canadian Institute of 
Mining and Metallurgy, 160.00; Canadian National Clay Products Association, 
2.00; Canadian National Geographical Society, 15.00; Engineering Institute of 
Canada, 10.00; Paleonto logical Society, 3.00; Society of Economic Geologists, 
5.00 

Miscellaneous.— R. N. Ball, book, 12.00; W. S. Bissett, reporting, 13.20; Canadian 
Facts Publishing Co., books, 16.25; Canadian Laboratory Supply Co., crucibles 
chemicals, etc., 1,552.84; Canadian Mining and Metallurgical Bulletin, reprints 
50.00; Canadian Press Clipping Service, clippings, 104.00; Carswell Co., Ltd. 
books, binding, etc., 19.50; Central Scientific Co. of Canada, Ltd., beakers, etc. 
36.66; F. Clitheroe, reporting, 103.35; W. C. Coo, reporting, 24.00; K. Coates 
reporting, 26.00; Department of Public Highways, car repairs, etc., 746.87 
Dominion Press Clipping Agency, clippings, 180.00; Field, Love & House 
inspections, 61.00; Heaton Publishing Co., Ltd., Northern Ontario ready 
references, 1,500.00; Industrial Educational Publishing Co., Ltd., folders, etc. 
79.00; P. S. King & Son, Ltd., papers, 19.11; King's Printer, 16,369.97; A. L 
McEwen, assay coupons, 517.50; McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., books, 12.00 
R. J. Montgomery, clay tests, 79.50; D. A. Mutch, mining service, 600.00; F 
Nicholas, indexing, 379.00; Oxford University Press, books, 21.50; Remington 
Typewriters, Ltd., inspections, 37.00; W. A. Stewart, block sections, 54.00 
E. M. Strange, dip needle, 10.00; Sundry persons, copies of evidence, search 
and registration fees, etc., 285.83; E. M. Tozer, grinding samples, 22.00; Uni 
versity of Toronto, books, 16.15; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., repairs, inspec 
tions, etc., 178.50; Walker Metal Products, Ltd., equipment, etc., 98.21. Sun 
dries — cartage, 7.75; car tickets, 15.00; express, 113.41; freight, 18.52; news 
papers and periodicals, 384.94; postage, 14.78; telegrams, 672.21; telephone 
65.02; petty disbursements, 124.49 



257 00 



24,641 06 



4,400 00 
1,125 00 



2,200 00 
3,500 00 
1,500 00 

Travelling Expenses.— B. D. Burn, 436.35; R. B. Harkness, 665.53; J. Scott, 410.74. . 1,512 62 

Miscellaneous. — American Association of Petroleum Geologists, fees, 15.00; Canadian 
Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, fees, 12.00; Department of Public Highways, 
car repairs, etc., 455.55; King's Printer, 1,156.87; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
inspections, 12.00. Sundries — express, 50.46; freight, .84; newspapers and 
periodicals, 7.00; petty disbursements, 22.00 1,731 72 



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DEPARTMENT OF MINES 



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Brought forward 209,246 78 

Sulphur Fumes Arbitrator ($4,098.96) 

R. H. Murray, Investigator, Sudbury 3,000 00 

Travelling Expenses. — R. H. Murray 25 75 

Miscellaneous. — Gardner's Garage, repairs, gas, etc., 489.24; Mrs. P. L. Henderson, 
rental of office, 300.00; Inkster Motor Sales, repairs, gasoline, etc., 161.16; Smith 
& Ferry, insurance premium, 68.31. Sundries — postage, 6.00; telephone, 45.00; 
petty disbursements, 3.50 1,073 21 



Temiskaming Testing Laboratories ($21,909.16) 

A. A. Cole Manager 11/^ months 

G. H. Dickson Superintendent 12 

F. Mondoux Assistant Assayer 113^ " 

S. G. Prescott Laboratory Assistant 113^ " 

Temporary Services. — J. B. Cannon, watchman and millman at 4.25 per diem, 
782.75; P. A. Grozelle, assay helper at 4.00 per diem, 520.00; Z. Labelle, millman 
and watchman at 4.25 per diem, 1,400.00; K. LaFrange, watchman and millman 
at 4.25 per diem, 1,533.50; J. Smith, millman and watchman at 4.25 per diem, 
752.50; Pay list, wages of mill help, 2,506.75 

Miscellaneous. — Baker & Co., electrodes, 78.30; T. J. Burns, unloading coal, 13.63; 
Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., electrical supplies, 79.39; Canadian 
Laboratory Supply Co., switches, 12.33; Cobalt Public Utilities, water, 20.50; 
Cobalt Foundry, repairs, bolts, etc., 639.06; Cobalt Reduction Co., Ltd., crucible, 
35.00; A. L. Herbert, coal, 850.26; Hill-Clark-Francis, Ltd., lumber, 19.10; 
Imperial Oil, Ltd., oil, 265.99; King's Printer, 229.96; LaRose Mines, Ltd., ground 
rent, 395.00; Liquor Control Board of Ontario, alcohol, 93.27; Mining Corporation 
of Canada, bearings, 14.00; Northern Canada Supply Co., hardware, etc., 51.76; 
Northern Ontario Power Co., power, light, etc., 2,293.65; Northern Miner, 
advertising, 114.00; Nichols Chemical Co., Ltd., ammonia, acid, etc., 116.23; 
W. Peebles, repairs, etc., 20.05; Public Utilities Commission, water, 31.84; Geo. 
Taylor Hardware Co., Ltd., paper, hardware, acid, etc., 1,097.28; T. & N.O. 
Railway, rent of siding, 37.00; Wabi Iron Works, repairs to elevator, etc., 132.64. 
Sundries — cartage, 32.62; express, 34.33; freight, 132.36; postage, 49.68; telegrams, 
10.54; telephone, 32.15; petty disbursements, 43.45 



575 00 

3,000 00 

2,300 00 

1,563 29 



7,495 50 



6,975 37 



Mining Recorders ($37,729.52) 
Salaries ($25,425.00) 
T. A. McArthur Recorder, Sudbury 12 months 



Redvers Dixon 

H. G. Ginn 

H. E. Holland. . 
N. J. McAulay. 
C. F. McGregor 
W. N. Miller. . . 
M. F. O'Rourke 
J. A. Alexander. 



South Porcupine 12 

Swastika. 12 

Gold Pines 12 

Haileybury 12 

Port Arthur 12 

Sault Ste. Marie 12 

Tashota 12 

Fort Frances 12 

Mary M. Macdonald Assistant Recorder, Port Arthur 12 

J. D. C. Smith Recorder, Kenora 12 

Jas. M. Coghill " Elk Lake 12 



H. LeClair Clerk Stenographer 

I. McCauley " " 

A. Cahill " 

M. Andrew " " 

C. E. M. Campbell " 

G. M. Clements " 

Lillian Tanner " " 



12 
12 
12 
12 
4 
12 
12 



2,300 00 


1,800 00 


2,100 00 


1,800 00 


2,200 00 


1,800 00 


1,900 00 


1,700 00 


300 00 


975 00 


600 00 


1,700 00 


1,125 00 


975 00 


975 00 


975 00 


325 00 


975 00 



900 00 



Contingencies ($12,304.52) 

Temporary Services. — Dorothy J. Brown, clerk stenographer at 68.75 per mo., 
148.08; Bertha Lambe, clerk stenographer at 68.75 per mo., 34.38; M. C. 
McGregor, clerk at 62.50 per mo., 812.50; Thos. A. Wood, assistant mining recorder 
at 125.00 per mo., 1,500.00 2,494 96 



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Brought forward 263,174 86 

Mining Recorders — Contingencies — Continued 

Travelling Expenses.— R. Dixon, 8.00; T. A. McArthur, 60.35 68 35 

Miscellaneous. — Mrs. S. Adair, rent of office, 360.00; Bank of Toronto, exchange, 
24.79; G. S. Brown, installing counter, 10.00; Mrs. L. Demarais, rent, 1,080.00; 
J. W. Elliott, rent, 1,300.00; T. L. Grard, lamp, 10.75; Mrs. N. J. Hill, janitor 
service, 120.00; Imperial Bank, exchange, 19.30; Rose Johnson, cleaning, 30.00; 
W. Johnston, wood, 11.00; Kert & Co., oil, etc., 22.25; King's Printer, 3,018.22; 
The "Lodge," board, 241.20; Mrs. M. Lowe, janitor service, 120.00; J. R. Mitchell, 
board, 546.00; Northern Ontario Power Co., light, 111.40; C. M. Parrott, janitor 
service, etc., 91.36; A. Porter, cleaning, 40.00; Red Lake Transport Co., wood, 
49.00; H. Rowlandson, cleaning, 10.00; Royal Bank of Canada, exchange, 13.00; 
H. M. Somerville, wood repairs, 168.00; Teck Fuel & Ice Co., coal, 312.00; C. 
O. Tomlinson, wood, 73.50; Township of Teck, water, 23.20; Town of Sudbury, 
light, 44.37; Township of Tisdale, rent of office, 495.00; United Typewriter Co., 
Ltd., repairs and inspections, 31.58; Robt. B. Williams, wood, 95.00. Sundries — 
cartage, 8.80; express, 199.94; freight, 3.09; postage, 643.87; telegrams, 12.58; 
telephone, 315.50; petty disbursements, 86.51 9,741 21 

Inspector of Mining Recorders' Offices ($2,000.00) 

J. R. Moore Inspector 12 months 2,000 00 

Travelling and Other Expenses ($1,055.10) 

Canadian National Express, .60; King's Printer, 1.20; J. R. Moore, travelling 

expenses, 1,053.30 1,055 10 

Draughtsman, North Bay, Services and Expenses ($7,657.19) 

C. G. Watson Senior Draughtsman 12 months 2,300 00 

H. Brookes Junior Clerk Stenographer 12 " 975 00 

Temporary Services. — Anna Gougeon, stenogapher at 15.00 per week, 45.00; William 
Martin, assistant draughtsman at 100.00 per mo., 1,200.00; J. A. F. Stewart, 
assistant draughtsman at 125.00 per mo., 1,500.00 2,745 00 

Miscellaneous. — Art Metropole, erasers, 18.00; Canadian Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 
repairs, 42.83; Hydro-Electric Power Commission, light, 182.19; King's Printer, 
339.49; McMurchy Buildings, Ltd.. rent, 900.00; Patton & Kennedy Insurance 
Agency, light, 18.00. Sundries — express, 20.88; postage, 66.00; telephone, 
45.00; petty disbursements, 4.80 1,637 19 

Legal Assistance Enforcing Mining and Other Acts ($27.26) 

R. R. McKessock, legal services, 22.20; R. Reedy (constable) arresting prisoner, 

etc., 5.06 27 26 

Salaries, Equipment and Expenses of Temporary Field and Other Assistants, 
including Educational Work ($42,014.36) 

V. Kettle Clerk Stenographer, Group 2 12 months 975 00 

Temporary Services. — A. Peter Addison, assistant geologist at 100.00 per mo., 
388.46; B. I. F. Breakey, assistant geologist at 115.00 per mo., 389.23; W. L. 
Brown, assistant geologist at 100.00 per mo., 365.39; F. H. Burnaby, assistant 
geologist at 100.00 per mo., 403.84; Dr. E. M. Burwash, instructor of pros- 
pectors' classes at 200.00 per mo., 1,323.08; at 250.00 per mo., 865.39; G. 
Charlewood, assistant geologist at 135.00 per mo., 586.72; A. Clark, cook at 
125.00 per mo., 91.67; C. G. Clarke, assistant geologist at 125.00 per mo., 
408.66; Bonar Coles, assistant geologist at 125.00 per mo., 1,360.58; A. R. 
Crozier, assistant geologist at 175.00 per mo., 1,750.00; at 200.00 per mo., 
400.00; E. R. Davey, assistant to geologist at 75.00 per mo., 225.00; Dun- 
can R. Deny, geologist at 160.00 per mo., 160.00; at 175.00 per mo., 787.50; 
Robert Edleston, inspector of mining claims at 10.00 per diem, 580.00; A. P. 
Forster, dredging inspector at 150.00 per mo., 1,287.10; A. R. Graham, geologist 
at 200.00 per mo., 200.00; at 225.00 per mo., 848.08; Chas. S. Green, assistant 
geologist at 100.00 per mo., 342.31; W. D. Harding, assistant geologist at 150.00 



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Brought forward 284,698 97 

Salaries, Equipment and Expenses of Temporary Field and Other Assistants, 
including Professional Work — Continued 

Temporary Services — Continued 

per mo., 519.23; J. L. Hough, assistant geologist at 100.00 per mo., 369.23; 
Lawrence Jarvis, assistant geologist at 80.00 per mo., 193.84; L. F. Kindle, 
geologist at 225.00 per mo., 1,003.84; C. H. Knight, assistant geologist at 80.00 
per mo., 215.38; H. C. Laird, geologist at 200.00 per mo., 813.46; W. J. Lavallee, 
canoeman at 5.00 per diem, 95.00; V. B. Meen, assistant geologist at 100.00 per 
mo., 376.92; Dr. E. S. Moore, geologist at 300.00 per mo., 980.77; John J. Nicholls, 
watchman at 3.00 per diem, 579.00; Edward Prest, canoeman at 100.00 per mo., 
200.00; Neil Runnalls, assistant geologist at 135.00 per mo., 493.27; W. S. Savage, 
assistant geologist at 125.00 per mo., 471.15; M. J. Splane, assistant to E. M. 
Burwash, at 150.00 per mo., 836.54; A. H. Stewart, assistant geologist at 125.00 
per mo., 423.07; M. A. Storey, assistant geologist at 75.00 per mo., 34.61; W. R. 
Sutton, assistant geologist at 100.00 per mo., 346.15; G. Swanson, canoeman at 
5.00 per diem, 105.00; Wilfred Tansley, assistant geologist at 150.00 per mo., 
571.15; E. P. Thompson, assistant geologist at 100.00 per mo., 365.38; J. E. 
Thomson, geologist at 200.00 per mo., 823.08; A. Turnbull, patrolman at 40.00 
per mo., 59.36; A. D. Williams, assistant and surveyor at 125.00 per mo., 1,376.92; 
W. E. White, assistant geologist at 125.00 per mo., 427.88; J. D. Wright, assistant 
geologist at 150.00 per mo., 519.23; R. Allen Young, assistant geologist at 125.00 
per mo., 432.69; H. F. Zurbrigg, assistant geologist at 100.00 per mo., 373.08. . . 25,768 24 

Travelling Expenses. — A. P. Addison, 65.60; W. L. Brown, 64.65; B. J. Breakey, 
60.40; F. H. Burnaby, 49.15; Dr. E. M. Burwash, 1,162.63; A. G. Burrows, 
340.15; G. H. Charlewood, 48.95; C. G. Clarke, 216.50; R. S. Code, 58.74; B. C. 
Coles, 146.55; A. R. Crozier, 140.55; D. R. Derry, 156.82; E. R. Davey, 65.60; 
Dr. W. S. Dyer, 59.00; R. Eddleston, 256.15; A. P. Forster, 468.44; A. R. Graham, 
114.30; C. S. Green, 92.35; W. D. Harding, 122.80; J. L. Hough, 75.90; Dr. M. 
E. Hurst, 482.90; L. Jarvis, 49.35; L. F. Kindle, 339.85; C. H. Knight, 92.20; 
H. C. Laird, 87.75; P. A. Leitch, 11.40; V. B. Meen, 149.65; Dr. E. S. Moore, 
183.40; P. McKenzie, 1.20; H. C. Rickaby, 316.45; N. Runnalls, 83.90; W. S. 
Savage, 146.05; M. J. Splane, 740.77; A. H. Stewart, 65.95; W. R. Sutton, 130.40; 
W. Tansley, 67.75; E. P. Thompson, 80.95; J. E. Thomson, 124.55; W. E. White, 
75.15; J. D. Wright, 97.05; R. A. Young, 132.40; H. F. Zurbrigg, 48.70 7,273 00 

Miscellaneous. — E. R. Allen, compass, 25.00; Bagshaw & Co., Ltd., rental of rooms, 
12.00; T. J. Beggs, provisions, etc., 159.71; Beauschene Bros., provisions,. 31 6.83; 
N. Blakey, provisions, 83.36; Burroughs, Welcome & Co., Ltd., bandages, etc., 
16.88; F. C. Campbell, provisions, 270.75; Canadian Johnston Motor Co., Ltd., 
outboard motor, 235.00; Canadian Kodak Co., Ltd., film, 114.08; Mrs. M. J. 
Cashaback, provisions, 286.80; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., hardware, 
71.80; Prof. A. P. Coleman, special services at 100.00 per diem, 250.00; 
H. A. Dells, provisions, 105.40; Department of Public Highways, motor car, 
repairs, etc., 410.88; Dominion Stores, Ltd., groceries, etc., 55.84; Eastman 
Kodak Stores, plates, films, etc., 21.21; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., locks, films, etc., 
22.25; M. Edleston, rent of canoe, 26.50; A. T. Fife & Co., Ltd., hardware, 42.24; 
Gardner's Garage, gasoline, 118.42; L. Greer, services preparing report, 200.00; 
Hobson, Gauthier, Ltd., provisions, 242.71; Holman Leather Goods Co., Ltd., 
repairs to sacks, map covers, etc., 41.00; C. A. Hodgins, Ford car, 75.00; Hudson's 
Bay Co., storage, etc., 20.45; Dr. M. E. Hurst, range finder, 63.00; King's Printer, 
117.05; H. C . Laird, report on field work, 200.00; J. Ledingham, gasoline, 
13.30; H. T. Lloyd, provisions, 15.40; Loney's Grocery, groceries, 28.40; Art 
Metropole, drawing board, 36.90; G. M. Miller, rental, 75.00; Prof. R. J. 
Montgomery, report on field work, 250.00; J. Monteith, rock sections, 45.50; L. 
Murray, provisions, 316.79; Nakina Fur & Supply Co., provisions, 141.76; Dr. 
J. O. McDonald, rent, 100.00; McDougall & Sproule, provisions, 294.67; H. F. 
McLean, Ltd., provisions, 28.96; M. O'Connor, provisions, 226.46; T. Papp, 
board of men, 16.50; J. W. Pearce, board of men, 240.00; C. Pocklington, repairs, 
rod, etc., 217.75; C. Potter, slides, 26.91; J. Frank Raw Co., Ltd., containers, 
12.00; J. Robert, hardware, 125.40; Shillington General Store, provisions, 92.51; 
W. J. Selkirk, provisions, 15.49; H. S. Southworth, canoes, etc., 531.25; W. A. 
Stewart, rock sections, 168.00; W. H. Taylor, car repairs, 15.00; Timmins 
Provision Co., provisions, 122.73; Woods Manufacturing Co., Ltd., tents, etc., 
425.33. Sundries— cartage, 34.49; express, 549.85; freight, 16.98; postage, 5.22; 
telegrams, 11.03; telephone, 3.95; petty disbursements, 190.43 7,998 12 



Carried forward 325,738 33 



I 10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 325,738 33 

Mineral Collections, including Cases and Displays at Exhibitions, also 
Services and Expenses ($7,206.66) 

Travelling Expenses.— C. Freymond, 38.10; W. F. Ley, 17.50; T. E. Rothwell, 

29.50; E. M. Tozer, 14.50 99 60 

Miscellaneous. — Butler Fixture Co., rental of cases, 150.00; Clark & Carson, erecting 
booth, 26.00; Department of Public Highways, rental of trucks, etc., 38.82; 
Goddard Bros., cartage, 224.25; House Bros., cartage, 986.97; R. J. Jowsey, 
gold ore, 1,535.07; King's Printer, 147.81; T. Manton & Sons, rent of ferns, 65.00; 
W. H. Price, decorating exhibit, 515.95; R. Simpson Co., Ltd., rent of furniture, 
etc., 595.25; W. W. Stallworthy, paintings, modelled panels, etc., 2,443.50; 
R. Stewart, livery, 22.00; E. M. Tozer, services, 168.00; Ward's Natural Science 
Establishment, specimens, 28.75. Sundries — duty, 3.80; express, 143.24; petty 
disbursements, 12.65 7,107 06 

Insurance ($951.20) 

Kilpatrick & McMitchell, Ltd., car, 23.00; Smith & Ferry, Temiskaming Testing 
Laboratories, 700.00; Smith & Walsh, Ltd., show cases, etc., 84.20; Andrew E. 
Wright Agency, ore, etc., 144.00 951 20 

Research Work, Salaries, Equipment and Expenses ($7,849.85) 
Ontario Research Foundation, research work 7,849 85 

Grant to Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy ($1,000.00) 
Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy 1,000 00 

Maintenance and Operation of Cable Testing Machine ($783.97) 

Hoyt Metal Co. of Canada, Ltd., metal, 75.15; King's Printer, 612.43; Rice Lewis & 
Son, Ltd., wrenches, etc., 61.08; D. G. Sinclair, travelling expenses, 8.40; A. R. 
Williams Machinery Co., Ltd., boring, etc., 22.40. Sundries — express, .95; 
freight, 3.56 783 97 

Purchase and Treatment of Gold and Silver Ores ($218.62) 

Wm. Longworth, ores 218 62 

Services and Expenses not Otherwise Provided for ($281.66) 

G. Henry, rental of well, 200.00; J. E. Jones, books, 66.66; Margaret A. Ross, lease 

rental, 15.00 281 66 

Expenses of Development, Mining Operations and Experimentation re 
Lignite and Other Deposits in Northern Ontario ($135,597.55) 

Travelling Expenses.— A. R. Barnet, 7.75; A. R. Crozier, 614.65; M. Cyr, 18.30; 
E. T. Deane, 93.85; R. F. Dempster, 11.35; W. F. Fancy, 32.30; W. Gerrie, 9.65; 
Dr. L. Gilchrist, 283.10; E. M. Harman, 42.70; D. Hutchinson, 33.30; W. B. 
Page, 13.05; R. E. Perry, 31.00; M. A. Story, 146.95 1,337 95 

Miscellaneous. — Adams Furniture Co., Ltd., radio set, etc., 198.10; Aikenhead Hard- 
ware, Ltd., hardware, cannisters, etc., 76.50; S. Archibald, laundry, 10.20; Cana- 
dian Hood-Haggie Co., rope, 46.50; Canadian Ingersoll-Rand Co., Ltd., pump, 
hose, etc., 558.77; Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., gasoline, 932.55; Capital Engi- 
neering Co., gas., barrel, etc., 28.25; S. Daich and S. Stoeff, contract digging 
ditches, etc., 1,119.86; Department of Northern Development, repairs to tractor, 
505.72; Diamond Drilling Co., provisions, etc., 804.29; Dominion Stove & Foundry 
Co., Ltd., circulator, etc., 76.44; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., furnishings, furniture, etc., 
1,111.91; P. M. Fleming, steel plates, mine car, etc., 519.42; General Steel Wares, 
Ltd., furnacette, etc., 97.70; D. S. Griffin Hardware Stores, paint, locks, etc., 
20.25; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., drugs, medicines, etc., 102.81; Hawk Lake Lumber 
Co., lumber, 576.41; Hill-Clark-Francis, Ltd., lumber, 1,133.10; Hobson, Gauthier, 
Ltd., provisions, etc., 2,878.48; Hudson's Bay Co., snowshoes, 67.14; Imperial 
Oil, Ltd., gasoline, etc., 365.00; J. S. Innes, Ltd., belting, fuses, etc., 13.65; King's 
Printer, 328.81; H. M. Kipp Co., Ltd., radio set, 122.60; J. Landreville & Sons, 



Carried forward 345,368 24 



1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF MINES I 11 

Brought forward 345,368 24 

Expenses of Development, Mining Operations and Experimentations in 
Lignite and Other Deposits in Northern Ontario — Continued 

Miscellaneous — Continued 

Ltd., barrels, etc., 33.07; Malrobil Mines, Ltd., compressor, 3,245.00; A. R. 
Massier, board of men, 144.50; Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., sleigh, 268.00; Mine 
Safety Appliances Co., safety lamps, 16.00; McGill Hardware, Ltd., pumps, 
hardware, etc., 1,048.84; National Grocers Co., Ltd., groceries and provisions, 
1,336.20; Northland Grocers, provisions, 584.27; G. Papp, hire of dog team, 
21.00; Dr. M. S. Paul, professional services, 300.00; Pay list, wages of men, 
15,150.85; R. S. Potter, lumber, hauling supplies, etc., 4,045.95; W. H. Price, 
signs, 61.05; Wm. Rennie Co., Ltd., seeds, 21.15; L. Seguin et Fils, shiplap, 
238.00; Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd., slickers, 85.00; Smith & Travers Co., Ltd., 
contract, drilling, etc., 92,180.97; Storms Contracting Co., rent of tractor, 550.00; 
George Taylor Hardware Co., Ltd., canoes, radio tubes, hardware, etc., 841.06; 
T. & N.O. Railway, rent of boarding cars, telephone line, 369.94; H. Williams, 
fire extinguisher, 71.62. Sundries — express, 198.96; freight, 1,592.85; postage, 
16.00; telegrams, 56.32; telephone, 44.79; petty disbursements, 43.75 134,259 60 

A. H. Stewart, Hospital Expenses ($9.00) 
A. H. Stewart 9 00 

Miscellaneous $286,359.40 

STATUTORY 

Minister's Salary (see page 14) 10,000 00 

Salaries not otherwise provided for (see page 15) 644 69 

Statutory $10,644.69 

Total Expenditure, Department of Mines $490,281.53 



PART J 



DEPARTMENT 

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GAME AND FISHERIES 

FISCAL YEAR, 1929-30 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 
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Salaries 4 

Contingencies 4 

Biological and Fish Culture Branch: 

Salaries 4 

Contingencies 5 

Services and expenses (Hatcheries) 5 

General: 

Erection of Ponds, Buildings, etc 11 

Enforcement of Game and Fisheries Act 13 

Purchase of, and Repairs to Boats, etc 21 

Planting Wild Rice Seed, Celery, etc 24 

Game Animals and Birds 23 

Experimental Fur Farm 24 

Unforeseen and Unprovided 25 

Exhibits 24 

Moving Expenses of Officials 21 

Services, Expenses, etc., at Macdiarmid 24 

Grants 25 

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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES 
Hon. C. McCrea, Minister 

MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($41,992.19) 

D. McDonald Deputy Minister 12 months 

Jas. Farrington Assistant to Deputy 12 ■ 

H. G. Cox Inspector 12 " 

Geo. Graham Principal Clerk 12 " 

C. G. Gladman " " 12 « 

G. P. Douse " " 12 « 

Wm. Lee Senior Clerk 12 " 

Florence O. King Clerk 12 ■ 

Eugene Langevin " 12 " 

Lome Pelz Senior Clerk 12 " 

John B. Bowman Clerk 12 

V. J. Doole Secretarial Stenographer 12 " 

J. M. Beaupre Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

K. Campbell " " 12 " 

F. M. Sands " " 12 " 

G.L.Brown " " 12 " 

J. F. Plummer " " 12 " 

Laura Turner " " 12 " 

N. Lynch Clerk Typist 12 " 

Madge Archer Filing Clerk 12 " 

M. P. Rankin " " 10J£ " 

Annie Newlands Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

Gertrude E. McAuley " " 12 " 

Florabell McGill " " 12 " 

Arnold J. Plunkett Custodian of Furs 3^ " 



5,700 00 
2,850 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,100 00 
1,050 00 
1,700 00 
1,900 00 

825 00 
1,600 00 
1,600 00 
1,400 00 
1,125 00 

956 25 

924 14 
1,012 50 
1,200 00 
1,400 00 

857 64 
1,400 00 
1,200 00 
1,125 00 

466 66 



Contingencies ($9,323.28) 

Temporary Services. — Hattie Amey, clerk typist at 3.00 per diem, 18.00; Jean 
Farewell, clerk stenographer at 68.75 per mo., 412.50; Jessie A. Farintosh, 
clerk stenographer at 68.75 per mo., 825.00; A. M. Fox, clerk stenographer 
at 3.00 per diem, 12.00; M. E. Gallivan, filing clerk at 75.00 per mo., 75.00; 
Lindow W. Huddart, custodian of furs and confiscated goods at 125.00 per 
mo., 750.00; William Mulholland, clerk at 81.25 per mo., 975.00; Robert E. 
Perry, clerk stenographer at 100.00 per mo., 134.61 



Travelling Expenses. — H. G. Cox, 70.10; 
D. McDonald, 172.85 



G. P. Douse, 75.75; J. Farrington, 22.80; 



Miscellaneous. — Ackerman's Sporting Guide, advertising, 100.00; Associated 
Chemical Co. of Canada, Ltd., mort-a-fly, 24.26; Angus-Mack Co., mounting 
maps, 19.05; Burroughs Adding Machine Co., Ltd., inspections, 32.85; Canada 
News Publishers, Ltd., advertising, 10.50; Department of Public Highways, 
garage account, 12.89; Field, Love & House, inspection of typewriters, 26.50; 
International Railway Pub. Co., Ltd., subscription, 17.50; King's Printer, 
stationery, etc., 4,620.94; Oxford University Press, books, 16.50; Toronto 
Humane Society, advertising, 86.70; Toronto Transportation Commission, 
car tickets, 24.00; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., inspections and repairs, 298.78. 
Sundries — newspapers and periodicals, 24.00; telegrams, 429.53; petty dis- 
bursements, 35.67 

Main Office $51,315.47 



3,202 11 
341 50 



5,779 67 



BIOLOGICAL AND FISH CULTURE BRANCH 

Salaries ($7,931.25) 

H. H. MacKay Biologist and Director 12 months 3,000 00 

A. W. McLeod Supervisor of Hatcheries 12 " 2,700 00 

Beulah Nesbitt Clerk Stenographer 12 " 1,106 25 

Edna* M. French " " 12 " 1,125 00 



Carried forward 59,246 72 



1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES J 5 

Brought forward 59,246 72 

Biological and Fish Culture Branch — Continued 

Contingencies ($4,694.84) 

Temporary Services. — John Gall, assistant hatchery supervisor at 150.00 per mo., 
675.00; W. H. R. Werner, assistant biologist at 166.66 per mo., 660.23; Mar- 
garet H. Wilton, senior laboratory assistant at \33.33 per mo., 385.01 1,720 24 

Travelling Expenses.— J. Gall, 583.42; H. H. MacKay, 459.04; A. W. McLeod, 

1,345.35; W. H. R. Werner, 112.05 2,499 86 

Miscellaneous. — Department of Public Highways, car repair service, etc., 77.48; 
King's Printer, stationery and printing, 368.14. Sundries — petty disbursements, 
29.12 474 74 

Services and Expenses (Hatcheries) ($169,248 89) 

Belleville Hatchery ($12,824.84) 

G. K. Manore Manager 12 months 1,775 00 

A. Hill Assistant 12 " 1,300 00 

Temporary Assistants. — Francis Buck at 3.00 per diem, 27.00; Thos. A. Gordon 

at 100.00 per mo., 1,200.00; Wm. H. La Rue at 87.50 per mo., 612.50 1,839 50 

Expenses. — Agnew-Surpass Shoe Co., rubber boots, 14.25; G. B. Airhart, 
poles, 137.00; Belyea Bros., meals, etc., 21.50; Berry Bros., varnish, 18.00; 
Can. Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., pump, 370.50; W. A. Clark, rent, 10.00; 
Dearborn Chemical Co., compound, 42.79; T. A. Gordon, trav. exp., 118.88; 
G. C. E. Grant, storage, 10.00; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., wire cloth, etc., 
235.31; Greenleaf Co., repairs, etc., 35.00; E. Harnden, boxes, 19.20; A. Hill, 
trav. exp., 126.25; Houston's Co., Ltd., lumber, 69.50; Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission, light and power, 247.17; Imperial Oil, Ltd., gas, etc., 
389.99; E. Irwin, meals, 27.53; H. Jordon, trav. exp., 39.26; C. Kemsley, 
trav. exp., 10.55; W. H. La Rue, trav. exp., 83.50; J. Leckie, Ltd., rope, 
etc., 114.78; G. Little, trav. exp., 30.10; G. K. Manore, trav. exp., 95.28; 
A. C. Mitchell, trav. exp., 26.15; Pay Lists, wages of men, 3,954.61; Mrs. 
C. Peterson, meals, 17.00; Mrs. J. W. Redner, meals, 59.50; Riordan 
Coal Co., 297.65; J. Roblin, storage, 12.00; G. H. Smith, ice, 32.25; Smith 
Hardware Co., pails, etc., 30.84; Sundry persons, fish eggs, 260.60; Walker 
Stores, Ltd., mitts, 12.75; Wells & Emmerson, cans, 345.00; White Hard- 
ware Co., supplies, 172.00. Sundries — cartage, 195.25; express, 24.70; 
freight, 46.93; telegraph, 21.85; telephone, 94.35; postage, 11.52; petty 
disbursements, 29.05 7,910 34 

Collingwood Hatchery ($11,852.62) 

Jno. E. Turner Manager 12 months 1,800 00 

J. D. Montgomery Assistant 12 " 1,300 00 

Temporary Assistants. — Geo. Andrews at 87.50 per mo., 1,050.00; Alex. 

McDougall at 87.50 per mo., 670.03 1,720 03 

Expenses. — G. Andrews, trav. exp., 10.00; Bell & Son, blankets, 21.00; Berry 
Bros., paint, 18.00; Collingwood Hardware Co., supplies, 137.44; Colling- 
wood Public Utilities Commission, light and power, 409.92; W. Court, 
repairs, 17.00; J. Fraser, meals, 12.00; C. H. Gauthier, whitefish, 1,738.05; 
Georgian Bay Steel Spring Co., smoke stack, 130.00; Gilpin Bros., nails, 
44.90; Graves, Bigwood Co., meals, etc., 64.61; Gregory, Greek & Co., 
provisions, 17.84; Imperial Oil, Ltd., gas, etc., 161.46; F. E. Kemmerley, 
coal, 620.25; J. Leckie, Ltd., cable, etc., 71.29; N. Misquade, hire of boat, 
23.00; J. D. Montgomery, trav. exp., 74.37; Pay Lists, wages of men, 497.00; 
Perks & Chapman, meals, 41.35; J. G. Peterman, lumber, etc., 108.00; 
Prentice & Sproule, provisions, 115.80; C. J. Sandell, meat, 47.34; L. San- 
derson, repairs, 12.35; J. Sickford, rent of boat, 11.50; G. Stalker Fish Co., 
meals, etc., 46.00; Sundry persons, fish eggs, 1,772.95; B. Teskey, pulley, 
50.00; J. E. Turner, trav. exp., 181.62; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., repairs, 
24.25; Wright Bros., provisions, 122.15. Sundries — cartage, 281.50; express, 
26.79; freight, 24.47; postage, 4.00; telegraph, 8.23; telephone, 38.20; petty 
disbursements, 47.96 7,032 59 

Carried forward 88,619 02 



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Brought forward 88,619 02 

Biological and Fish Culture Branch — Continued 

Fort Frances Hatchery ($4,556.71) 

Neil Galbraith Manager 12 months 1,200 00 

Walter L. Hicks Assistant 10 " 982 19 

Expenses. — R. Baillie, travelling expenses, 15.80; J. East Co., Ltd., coal, etc., 
403.40; N. Galbraith, travelling expenses, 224.01; Gilbert & Noden, cans, 
etc., 47.91; W. L. Hicks, travelling expenses, 29.40; Imperial Oil, Ltd., gas, 
etc., 29.61; Mac's Blue Bird Groceteria, provisions, 154.89; Pay lists, wages 
of men, 31.00; A. H. Quinlan, services, 12.00; Rainy River Boat Line, hire 
of boat, 20.00. Sundry persons, fish eggs, 872.00; L. D. Truax, ice, 12.50; 
Wells Hardware Co., Ltd., supplies, 66.82. Sundries — cartage, 369.51; 
express, 9.00; postage, 5.00; telegraph, 2.72; telephone, 19.85; petty dis- 
bursements, 49.10 2,374 52 

Glenora Hatchery ($14,054.14) 

Norman H. Quinlan Manager 12 months 1,800 00 

W L. Hicks Assistant l / 2 month 59 18 

Temporary Assistants. — John G. Barram at 100.00 per mo., 300.00; F. J. 
Billett at 87.50 per mo., 404.66; Geo. A. Ryckman at 87.50 per mo., 
1,050.00; Harold E. Tyson at 87.50 per. mo., 800.68 2,555 34 

Expenses. — J. G. Barram, trav. exp., 119.80; Berry Bros., paint, 18.00; F. J. 
Billett, trav. exp., 85.65; Carter Bros., hardware supplies, 199.08; R. 
Chalk, Sen., rent, 35.00; The T. Eaton Co., Ltd., blankets, etc., 56.83; 
T. A. Gordon, trav. exp., 35.45; Mrs. J. B. Gould, meals, etc., 116.25; 
C. E. Haddon, hardware supplies, 54.41; Harris Abattoir, Ltd., liver, 
145.80; Hepburn Bros., coal, 508.08; Hogg & Lytle, salt, 15.00; G. 
Hyderman, services, 12.00; Hyatt & Hart, salt, 18.00; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 
gas and oil, 252.52; J. Kemsley, trav. exp., 23.85; J. Lighthall, trav. exp., 
48.30; B. Morris, trav. exp., 121.70; A. Naylor, trav. exp., 94.85; Pay 
Lists, wages of men, 5,764.55; Mrs. Quinlan, meals, etc., 23.00; N. H. Quinlan, 
trav. expenses, 107.54; Mrs. G. Ryckman, meals, etc., 71.75; G. A. 
Ryckman, trav. exp., 126.30; Sundry persons, fish eggs, 213.40; Swift 
Canadian Co., Ltd., liver, 71.17; E. Thurston, trav. exp., 186.65; H. E. Tyson, 
trav. exp., 180.22; Wells & Emmerson, fry cans, 147.75; Mrs. H. Young, 
meals, 25.00. Sundries — cartage, 472.05; express, 19.66; freight, 53.90; 
postage, 18.46; telegraph, 56.54; telephone, 89.58; petty disbursements, 51.53 9,639 62 

Kenora Hatchery ($8,643.57) 

F. W. Sole Manager 12 months 1,725 00 

A. E. Openshaw Assistant 12 " 1,300 00 

Milne Oakes " 5 " 468 75 

Temporary Assistant. — Geo. Millership at 87.50 per mo 612 50 

Expenses. — G. Beatty & Son, Ltd., rubber boots, 10.20; H. Cheyne, repairs, 
15.01; A. T. Fife & Co., paint, etc., 41.71; R. Foster, provisions, 177.62; 
B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., brass cloth, 11.67; D. M. Griffiths, rods and 
chains, 20.60; Hose Hardware Co., paint, etc., 24.92; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 
gas and oil, 307.18; Keewatin Lumber Co., Ltd., 37.91; Town of Kenora, 
water and light, 433.35; Kelly & Kemberley, coal, 217.33; J. Leckie, Ltd., 
rope, etc., 21.81; J. A. Link, coal and ice, 145.69; Neale & Heath, pro- 
visions, 129.75; M. Oakes, travelling expenses, 94.50; A. E. Openshaw, 
travelling expenses, 106.35; Pay Lists, wages of men, 1,941.30; Mrs. 
Setterington, meals, etc., 149.00; Smith Hardware Co., tubes, 34.00; F. W. 
Sole, travelling expenses, 157.20; R. W. Strain, liver, 16.62; Tilley's Palace 
Photo Studio, photos, 21.00; Western Groceries, Ltd., salt, 16.25; Williams 
Hardware Co., supplies, 23.98. Sundries — cartage, 312.50; express, 23.00; 
postage, 6.35; telegraph, 11.32; telephone, 8.75; petty disbursements, 
20.45 ... 4,537 32 

Kingsville Hatchery ($4,969.34) 

S. Adamson Manager 12 months 1,800 00 

M. Oakes Assistant 7 " 656 25 



Carried forward 118,329 69 



1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES J_7 

Brought forward 1 18,329 69 

Biological and Fish Culture Branch — Continued 

Kingsville Hatchery — Continued 

Temporary Assistants. — Wm. Bowles at 108.50 per mo., 455.00; Richard 
Scratch at 87.50 per mo., 375.89; Curtis Waggott at 108.50 per mo., 
455.00 1,285 89 

Expenses. — S. Adamson, trav. exp., 56.72; Dearborn Chemical Co., Ltd., 
boiler compound, 42.57; L. Goodchild, repairs, 75.00; Harris Bros., paint, 
33.50; Hedley & Crawford, spades, 29.20; Imperial Oil Ltd., gas and oil, 
45.86; Kingsville Ice and Cartage Co., coal, 75.00; Kingsville Public Utili- 
ties Commission, light, 18.61; Town of Kingsville, taxes, 12.63; Lake Erie 
Coal Co., Ltd., 426.67; M. Loop, hire of boat, 56.00; Mrs. M. McCormick, 
meals, 28.50; Pay List, wages of men, 114.64; Sundry persons, fish eggs, 
86.60; Sundries — cartage, 12.77; express, 13.37; freight, 20.16; postage, 
12.00; telephone, 36.94; petty disbursements, 30.46 1,227 20 

Mount Albert Hatchery ($91.78) 

Expenses. — Lake Simcoe Ice, Ltd., ice, 21.78; Pay Lists, wages of men, 70.00. . 91 78 

Mount Pleasant Hatchery ($12,531.34) 

John Neal Manager 12 months 1,600 00 

Temporary Assistants. — A. J. Bowler at 87.50 per mo., 602.67; D. R. Cutts 
at 87.50 per mo., 512.29; E. E. Persall at 100.00 per mo., 455.89; Herman 
Persall at 87.50 per mo., 437.50 2,008 35 

Expenses. — J. L. Agnew, boots, 21.00; Arctic Ice, Ltd., ice, 23.30; A. Atkins, 
trav. exp., 127.90; R. H. Ballantyne, repairs, 14.45; Berry Bros., varnish, 
24.00; F. J. Billet, trav. exp., 165.20; A. M. Boughner, trav. exp., 50.98; 
Mrs. A. Bowler, meals, etc., 143.00; A. Bowler, trav. exp., 23.41; Can. 
Nat. Rys., ice, 25.40; Can. Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., scales, 24.75; J. B. 
Centeno, trav. exp., 28.25; D. R. Cutts, trav. exp., 289.55; E. J. Devlin, 
provisions, etc., 96.33; The T. Eaton Co., Ltd., bed, etc., 37.15; R. Feeley, 
pails, 16.53; J. Figg, 145.50; J. G. Gaudaur, hire of boat, 10.00; Harris 
Abattoir, Ltd., liver, 2,856.05; Hotham, Harper Truck Service, repairs, 
15.00; Hydro-Electric Power Commission, light, etc., 41.20; Mount Pleasant 
Coal & Feed Co., coal and salt, 184.80; G. McDonald, bass, 10.00; M. 
McLeod, hire of boat, 10.00; Mrs. J. Neal, meals, 18.00; J. Neal, trav. 
exp., 65.50; H. A. Price, trav. exp., 316.68; Pay Lists, wages of men, 
1,869.00; H. D. Persall, trav. exp., 44.59; E. E. Persall, trav. exp., 188.08; 
E. Swift, trav. exp., 51.85; Swift Canadian Co., Ltd., liver, 1,089.70; 
Thayers, Ltd., gas, 38.09; Turnbull & Cutliffe, tanks, 144.00; Webster 
Electric Co., wiring, 12.50; Wells & Emmerson, cans, 177.66; West Brant 
Hardware Co., supplies, 54.58; R. L. Wood, repairs, 15.00. Sundries — 
cartage, 158.00; express, 32.80; freight, 7.68; telegraph, 76.70; telephone, 
105.90; petty disbursements, 72.93 8,922 99 

Normandale Hatchery ($7,923.06) 

Wm. Kenefick Manager 12 months 1,800 00 

John W. Post Assistant 12 " 1,300 00 

Temporary Assistants.— Wm. H. Derrick at 125.00 per mo., 1,500.00; J. A. 

Thompson at 87.50 per mo., 915.27 2,415 27 

Expenses. — Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co., Ltd., tubing, 18.31; A. Ed- 
monds, salt, 57.00; R. Ferris, boots, etc., 111.51; C. E. Gamble, meals, 
45.00; Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., liver, 340.40; C. Hartman, trav. exp., 
18.00; Hydro-Electric Power Commission, light and power, 178.40; J. B. 
Jackson, Ltd., coal, 108.50; L. Jackson, accountable, 15.00; J. H. Johnson, 
cans, etc., 27.35; W. Kennefick, trav. exp., 94.53; J. Laird, stone and ice, 
11.00; McColl & Co., lumber, 17.50; Pay Lists, wages of men, 536.75; 
E. C. Post, repairs, 12.00; E. L. Post, accountable, 15.00; J. Post, trav- 
exp., 13.70; Mrs. Wm. Steacey, meals, 26.50; W. Strowger, accountable, 
30.00; Sundry persons, fish eggs, 37.10; Swift Canadian Co., Ltd., liver, 
197.56; J. A. Thompson, trav. exp., 155.74; Wells & Emmerson, cans, 
119.00. Sundries — cartage, 141.00; telephone, 37.12; petty disbursements, 
43.82 2,407 79 



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Pembroke Trout Rearing Station ($1,404.81) 

Temporary Assistants. — Jos. Kreiger at 87.50 per mo. 



Expenses. — G. E. Anderson, livery, 63.00; D. Brash, liver, 63.27; Cent 
Meat Market, liver, 15.60; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., suppli 
47.04; G. E. Gerow, trav. exp., 214.60; E. W. Hayes, trav. exp., 23.1 



les, 
23.60; 



>. Brash, liver, 63.27; Central 

•P 
*/.u^; kj. r,. oerow, trav. exp., /.l<±.v\j; r,. W. . 

J. J. Kreiger, wood, 100.95; E. Leeney, liver, 71.30; J. Lindemann, meals, 
190.25; H. H. Middleton, salt, 51.25; H. A. Price, trav. exp., 31.80; H. 
Stockdale, ice, 21.50; H. Tyson, trav. exp., 151.25. Sundries — cartage, 
189.50; express 16.41; telegraph, 23.17; petty disbursements, 8.30 

Normandale Trout Ponds ($13,856.55) 

Chas. Hartman Manager 12 months 

Geo. E. Gerow Assistant 12 * 

Ernest S. Ferris " 4 " 

E.W.Hayes " (Nightman) 12 " 

Temporary Assistants. — John B. Centeno at 87.50 per mo., 525.00; Benson L. 
Dunn at 87.50 per mo., 525.00; Harold C. Fester at 87.50 per mo., 599.79; 



Walter Strowger at 87.50 per mo., 612.50. 



Port Arthur Hatchery "F" ($5,629.06) 

Samuel Craig Manager . 

J as Carrioch Assistant. 



12 months 

12 ■ 



Temporary Assistant. — Eno Arvelin at 2.00 per diem, 



122 02 



1,282 79 



1,900 00 

1,300 00 

350 00 

1,114 47 



2,262 29 



Expenses. — W. H. Abbey, repairs, etc., 64.26; B. W. Anderson, paint, etc., 37.78 
W. Anderson, hardware supplies, 28.53; J. Austin & Co., hardware supplies, 
10.32; Berry Bros., varnish, 12.00; F. J. Billett, travelling expenses, 12.50; 
A. M. Boughner, travelling expenses, 19.10; Canadian Fairbanks-Morse 
Co., Ltd., scale, 24.75; Canadian Gooderich Co., Ltd., rubber boots, 17.29; 
J. B. Centeno, travelling expenses, 96.79; E. Church, gas, etc., 59.04; W. 
Cotter, travelling expenses, 38.65; B. L. Dunn, travelling expenses, 10.67; 
The T. Eaton Co., Ltd., blankets, 12.40; A. S. Edmonds & Co., salt, etc., 
307.48; E. S. Ferris, travelling expenses, 12.45; Mrs. H. Ferris, meals, 31.50; 
R. Ferris, gas, etc., 69.16; H. C. Fester, trav. exp., 147.77; Mrs. L. Fester, 
meals, 31.50; G. E. Gerow, travelling expenses, 110.31; B. Greening Co., 
Ltd., riddle cloth, 57.33; Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., liver, 2,233.24; C. 
Hartman, travelling expenses, 85.80; Mrs. C. Hartman, meals, 122.50; 
W. Howey, paint, 20.70; Hydro-Electric Power Commission, light, 12.57; 
J. B. Jackson, coal, 108.95; E. C. Jewell, meals, 20.25; J. H. Johnson, can 
tops, 18.35; W. F. Kolber & Co., ice, 45.84; J. Leckie, Ltd., nets, 24.38; 
Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., tent, 15.75; Pay Lists, wages of men, 435.50; H. D. 
Persall, travelling expenses, 26.02; T. Pope, gas, etc., 14.93; E. Post, trav. 
exp., 12.70; H. F. Prelippe, hardware supplies, 10.05; H. A. Price, trav. 
exp., 74.10; Mrs. W. Stanley, meals, 86.00; W. Strowger, trav. exp., 12.25; 
H. Swayze, gas, etc., 17.52; Swift Canadian Co., Ltd., liver, 1,862.52; 
J. A. Thompson, trav. exp., 58.42; Wells and Emmerson, cans, 230 00. 
Sundries — cartage, 18.00; express, 8.80; freight, 21.23; postage, 9.24; 
telegraph, 24.98; telephone, 37.09; petty disbursements, 50.53 6,929 79 

Codrington Trout Rearing Station ($547.00) 

Expenses. — G. E. Gerow, trav. exp., 15.05; Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., liver, 
201.27; E. W. Hayes, trav. exp., 73.19; J. Ingram, hardware supplies, 
64.13; Mrs. J. Ingram, meals and provisions, 45.70; H. R. Roblin, screen, 
etc., 11.80. Sundries — cartage, 93.55; petty disbursements, 42.31 547 00 



1,800 00 
1,300 00 

58 00 



Expenses. — Berry Bros., varnish, 11.76; M. C. Campbell & Co., liver, 17.21; 
S. Craig, trav. exp., 203.70; J. Garrioch, trav. exp., 104.95; Capt. F. Gerrow, 
hire of tug and meals, 291.00; F. Louttit, wood, 15.00; Pay Lists, wages of 
men, 919.00; C. Peters, wood, 135.00; Public Utilities Commission, light 
and water, 119.97; Sundry persons, fish eggs, 218.00; Tourtellot Hard- 
ware Co., pans, etc., 11.81; L. Walsh Coal Co., Ltd., 52.00. Sundries — car 
tickets, 9.50; cartage, 245.28; express, 56.49; freight, 2.00; postage, 4.00; 
telegraph, 4.73; telephone, 24.00; petty disbursements, 25.66 2,471 06 



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Biological and Fish Culture Branch — Continued 

Port'Carling Hatchery ($486.37) 

Expenses. — G. Cannell, meals, 66.00; W. Croacher, hire of boat, 74.00; N. 
Ferguson, trav. exp., 12.70; Fiddes & Hogarth, Ltd., taps, 24.00; A. C. 
Green, trav. exp., 23.05; J. W. Post, trav. exp., 43.75; C. MacKenzie, 
trav. exp., 13.55; J. MacKenzie, trav. exp., 13.45; Pay Lists, wages of 
men, 135.00; Port Carling House and Annex, meals, 46.50. Sundries — 
express, 3.20; postage, 1.50; telegraph, 3.09; telephone, 7.85; petty dis- 
bursements, 18.73 486 37 



Port Arthur Hatchery "P" ($8,405.50) 

John E. McKenzie Manager 12 months 1,800 00 

D. McAskill Assistant 12 " 1,300 00 



Temporary Assistant. — Harry Arvelin at 87.50 per mo. 



1,050 00 



Expenses. — H. Arvelin, trav. exp., 100.50; J. H. Beamish, provisions, etc., 
827.30; M. C. Campbell & Co., liver, 61.02; Fallis, Foote Co., Ltd., hard- 
ware supplies, 38.06; J. Garrioch, trav. exp., 25.65; B. Greening Wire Co., 
Ltd., screen, 30.87; Haverluck & Koval, provisions, 74.15; Hogarth Coal 
Co., Ltd., 306.00; F. J. Lampshire, eavetrough, 37.00; D. McAskell, trav. 
exp., 96.70; J. E. McKenzie, trav. exp., 235.24; A. McLeod, rental of boat, 
15.00; M. McMillan, trav. exp., 17.90; J. L. Matthews Furniture Co., 
shades, etc., 35.78; Pay Lists, wages of men, 1,474.40; Public Utilities 
Commission, water and light, 145.79; Superior Ice Co., 90.00; Taylor 
Instruments Co., Ltd., thermometer, 18.25; Thunder Bay Lumber Co., 
Ltd., rental of land, etc., 33.49; E. A. Tyska, hire of boat, 32.00. Sundries- 
cartage, 335.77; express, 24.68; freight, 87.61; car tickets, 30.00; postage, 
7.00; telegraph, 18.99; telephone, 24.10; petty disbursements 32.25 



4.255 50 



Sarnia Hatchery ($5,761.05) 

A. G. Laschinger Manager 12 months 1,800 00 

Chas. D. Kemsley Assistant 9 " 918 75 

Temporary Assistants. — Chas. D. Kemsley at 93.75 per mo., 281.25; Wm. 
Burgess at 3.50 per diem, 217.00; B. Tubett at 3.50 per diem, 703.50; J. W. 
Glass at 3.50 per diem, 479.50 1,681 25 

Expenses. — Can. Nat. Rys., rental of site, 20.00; Century Coal Co., Ltd., 
523.45; J. Gooderson Thresher Co., Ltd., injector, 12.00; Hydro- Electric 
Power Commission, light, 25.88; Imperial Oil, Ltd., gas and oil, 123.03; 
C. D. Kemsley, trav. exp., 38.20; J. Knowles, rubber boots, 10.50; A. G. 
Laschinger, trav. exp., 109.38; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., blacksote, 15.00; 
A. Miller, repairs, 20.00; Pay Lists, wages of men, 212.60; Mrs. E. Randall, 
meals, 23.25; Sarnia Hardware Co., paint, etc., 94.83; Sarnia Wallpaper 
Shoppes, paper, 12.08; G F. Stern & Sons, boiler compound, 12.00; C. K. 
White, repairs, 15.96. Sundries — cartage, 13.00; freight, 2.24; postage, 
5.00; telegraph, 1.48; telephone, 39.37; petty disbursements, 31.80 1,361 05 

Sault Ste. Marie Hatchery ($12,616.78) 

Joseph Oakes Manager 12 months 1,800 00 

Norman Miskimins Assistant 12 " 1,264 99 

Wm. C. Sanders " 9 " 925 00 



Temporary Assistants. — Edgar Porter at 
Sanders at 91.66 per mo., 275.00 



87.50 per mo., 1.050.00; Wm. C. 



1,325 00 



Expenses. — S. F. Adlard, plumbing, 50.00; Mrs. J. Armstrong, meals, etc., 
61.00; Berry Bros., paint, 23.52; F. A. Buck, trav. exp., 287.80; Cochrane- 
Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., paint, etc., 59.17; S. Craig, trav. exp., 105.90; 
W. J. Detweiler, rubber boots, 13.00; Great Lakes Power Co., light, 33.90; 
Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd., grates, 37.64; Hussey, Ferrier Co., Ltd., liver. 
725.04; Keyes Hardware Co., Ltd., batteries, 12.50; J. H. McDonald, 
coal, 450.00; N. Miskimins, trav. exp., 248.45; National Grocers Co., Ltd , 
salt, 70.81; J. Oakes, meals and trav. exp., 200.85; M. Oakes, trav. exp., 



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Biological and Fish Culture Branch — Continued 

Sault Ste. Marie Hatchery — Expenses — Continued 

86.45; Pay Lists, wages of men, 2,067.75; E. Porter, trav. exp., 632.65; 
Purity Ice Co., ice, 180.80; W. Sanders, trav. exp., 718.90; Sault Ste. Marie, 
Water and Light Department, water, 22.35; Soo Lumber & Mill Co., Ltd., 
lumber, 12.95; Sundry persons, fish eggs, 216.80; A. W. Trotter, provisions, 
86.33; Wells & Emmerson, cans, 138.00. Sundries — cartage, 440.75; ex- 
press, 4.08; freight, 160.03; postage, 10.30; telegraph, 63.79; telephone, 
54.55; petty disbursements, 25.73 7,301 79 

Southampton Hatchery ($7,921.94) 

Alex. McDougall Manager 12 months 1,800 00 

Arthur E. Mouck Assistant 12 " 1,300 00 

Temporary Assistant. — Chris. Hearne at 20.00 per mo 189 21 

Expenses. — Berry Bro'., varnish, 17.64; A. M. Boughner, trav. exp., 58.41; 
J. H. Gibbons, ice, 79.60; Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., liver, 64.80; Mrs. 
W. Holtz, meals, 32.50; H. P. Kelly, trav. exp., 66.90; W. La Rue, trav. 
exp., 53.90; G. Little, trav. exp., 41.75; E. Loucks, meals, 27.50; D. A. 
MacDougall, trav. exp., 180.95; L. Matheson, paint, etc., 20.63; A. 
McDougall, trav. exp., 396.40; McNeill & Norris, hire of boat, 20.00; R. 
McVittie, coal, 222.34; D. McVittie, basins, etc., 35.45; A. E. Mouck, 
trav. exp., 53.90; Pay Lists ; wages of men, 2,413.00; Saugeen Electric 
Light & Power Co., Ltd., light, 435.38; Southampton Fish Co., hire of 
tug, 10.00; Town of Southampton, services cleaning intake pipe, 43.60; 
Telford Bros., salt, etc., 79.75; R. Walker, meals, 30.00; A. E. Yeomans, 
trav. exp., 40.70. Sundries— cartage, 83.70; freight, 3.00; postage, 5.00; 
telegraph, 29.14; telephone, 56.09; petty disbursements, 30.70 4,632 73 

Wiarton Hatchery ($9,998.70) 

Wm. Colter Manager 9 months 1,500 00 

H. A. Cheeseman Assistant 12 " 1,300 00 

Temporary Assistants. — Wm. Friest at 3.50 per diem, 17.50; Hugh Kelly at 3.50 

per diem, 21.00; Harold E. Tyson at 87.50 per mo., 175.00 213 50 

Expenses. — E. A. Beaudin, meals, 30.67; Berry Bros., varnish, 17.64; Booth 
Fisheries (Canada), Ltd., ice, 15.37; S. Chapman & Son, meals, etc., 7.0.00; 
H. A. Cheeseman, travelling expenses, 241.85; W. Colter, travelling expenses, 
129.80; W. Friest, ice, 21.00; Gilpin Bros., lumber, 26.80; R. W. Golden, 
meals, 56.66; Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., 103.80; Hunter Hardware Co., Ltd., 
156.95; H. T. Kelly, travelling expenses, 141.65; W. Knight, meals, etc., 
13.00; J. Leckie, Ltd., rope, 20.32; Mrs. W. Monkois, 30.50; Pay lists, wages 
of men, 2,978.12; Mrs. E. Pattison, meals, 42.00; H. A. Price, travelling 
expenses, 28.90; C. Reckin & Sons, salt, 24.00; Mrs. J. A. Ritchie, meals, 
100.00; Rutherford & Webster, meals, 25.00; Saugeen Electric Light & Power 
Co., light, 29.58; H. Simmonds, livery, 11.25; Sundry persons, fish eggs, 
26.80; W. Symon & Sons, window shades, 53.74; E. Tackaberry, meals, 
16.00; Wells & Emmerson, cans, 149.50; Wiarton Coal & Wood Co., coal, 
495.00; Town of Wiarton, water, 1,500.00. Sundries — cartage, 226.65; 
express, 2.40; freight, 93.69; postage, 9.00; telegraph, 7.80; telephone, 54.90; 
petty disbursements, 34.86 6,985 20 

Miscellaneous ($10,877.31) 

William Colter Hatchery Manager 2 months 300 00 

Expenses. — G. E. Anderson, travelling expenses, 175.30; Mrs. D. Bell, meals, 
21.00; A. M. Boughner, travelling expenses, 697.29; Canadian Fairbanks- 
Morse Co., Ltd., cans, 48.00; H. A. Cheeseman, travelling expenses, 20.55; 
Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., brush, etc., 19.66; Department of Public 
Highways, gas, oil, etc., 62.93; Fraser, Grieve & Co., boots, 13.15; French 



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Miscellaneous — Expenses — Continued 

River Supply Co., Ltd., provisions, 133.74; G. E. Gerow, travelling expenses, 
112.25; C. Kemsley, travelling expenses, 76.76; King's Printer, 463.18; J. 
Leckie, Ltd., netting, 251.71; Mrs. A. Linderman, meals, etc., 90.50; A. W. 
McLeod, travelling expenses, 19.00; Mrs. T. McQuade, meals, 103.75; J. D. 
Montgomery, travelling expenses, 199.81; A. E. Monck, travelling expenses, 
42.95; Pay lists, wages of men, 3,540.00; Perron & Marsh Navigation Co., 
trucking, 57.00; E. Persall, travelling expenses, 1,372.27; H. Persall, travelling 
expenses, 868.46; J. E. Renick, travelling expenses, 1,325.11; G. A. Ryckman, 
travelling expenses, 17.00; Mrs. D. E. Scott, meals, 120.00; Smith Hardware 
Co., tubes, 136.00; W. D. Stinson, gloves, etc., 13.60; J. B. Wilson, provisions, 
126.13. Sundries — cartage, 265.93; express, 45.60; freight, 26.87; petty 
disbursements, 111.81 10,577 31 

Biological Surveys ($14,296.42) 

P. C. Abbe, cloth, 26.25; G. A. Adams, travelling expenses, 633.20; H. D. 
Brannon, travelling expenses, 375.7S; R. F. Cain, travelling expenses, 46.85; 
W. R. Cameron, travelling expenses, 519.82; Canadian Laboratory Supplies, 
Ltd., oven, etc., 108.02; Cassidy's, Ltd., jars, 30.75; Central Scientific Co., 
Ltd., weights, etc., 15.70; J. L. Chaikoff, travelling expenses, 32.63; W. W. 
Cook, travelling expensesy- 350\07; J. D. JDetweiler, travelling expenses, 
156*04; W. L. Dibbon, travelling expenses, 462.31; H. J. Dignan, travelling 
expenses, 530.16; The T. Eaton Co., Ltd., hot plate, etc., 18.30; E. O. 
Ebersole, travelling expenses, 517.81; A. C. Greeo, travelling expenses, 
316.05; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., drugs, etc., 211.44; J. Hartley, hire of boat, 
70.00; R. C. Heard, travelling expenses, 69.01; La Motte Chemical Products 
Co., colour standards, 35.98; J. Leckie, Ltd., rope, 62.-28; H. T. Lloyd, pro- 
visions, 15.25; R. E. Logan, cages, 70.00; A. H. Louden, travelling expenses, 
533.40; D. A. MacDougall, traveling expenses, 10.80; P. L7. MacLachlan, 
travelling expenses, 78.51; Pay lists, wages oLjajen, 6,615.88; H. S. Pearce, 
travelling expenses, 329.00; H. J. Perkins, travelling expenses, 658.55; 
Rankin's Grocery, provisions, 62.38; J. Savage, travelling expenses, 293.54; 
P. W. Smith, travelling expenses, 478.57; Sundry persons, supplies, 33.08; 
G. C. Turner, travelling expenses, 430.95. Sundries — cartage, 4.75; express, 
42.91; telephone, 2.85; petty disbursements, 47.55 14,296 42 

Biological and Fish Culture Branch $181,874.98 



GENERAL 

Erecting Ponds and Buildings, etc. ($108,742.17) 
John W. Jones Superintendent of Construction 12 months 2,700 00 

Codrington Trout Rearing Station.— Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., fencing, 2,292.36; 
T. H. Gothard, lumber, 107.55; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., cloth, 176.73; J. W. 
Jones, travelling expenses, 66.41; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., paint, etc., 178.58; 
McClung Hardware, Ltd., supplies, 82.57; McColl & Co., lumber, 1,077.73; 
W. J. Nolan & Sons, Ltd., posts, etc., 858.78; Pay lists, wages of men, 1,606.45; 
J. Robertson & Co., Ltd., plumbing supplies, 288.51. Sundries— cartage, 89.62; 
freight, 6.99; petty disbursements, 18.75 6,851 03 

Dorion Trout Rearing Station.— A. W. Cameron, purchase of land, 1,000.00; Maggie 
Jones, purchase of land, 2,000.00; W. J. Langworthy, legal fees, 117.75; Phillips 
& Benner, services surveying, 463.50; C. Scovelle, purchase of land, 1,100.00 4,681 25 

Experimental Fur Farm.— C. Black, services, 75.60; Bonall & Mathie, Ltd., electric 
supplies, 141.03; J. Brentnell, gravel, 16.80; Canadian Fa : rbanks-Morse Co., 
Ltd., pumps, 380.72; Canadian Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., tanks, 26 02; J. Carew 
Lumber Co., Ltd., lumber, 5,097.26; Delco Light Co., Ltd., 368.80; Department 
of Public Highways, signs, 60.00; G. V. Dunn, livery hire, 38.50; B. Greening 
Wire Co., Ltd., galvanized cloth, 74.38; Gull River Lumber Co., Ltd , lumber, 



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Experimental Fur Farm — Continued 

66.19; J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., chemicals, etc., 232.33; W. Hungerford, plumbing, 
95.97; Inglesby Taylor Co., Ltd., brick, 12.20; J. W. Jones, travelling expenses, 
134.43; Kehoe & Slattery, rubber boots, 2.75; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., paint, 
etc., 356.00; Lundy Fence Co., Ltd, netting, etc., 1,021.65; J. O. Mclnnes, 
hardware supplies, 518.31; McLennan's, Ltd., tiles, etc., 66.54; Pay lists, wages 
of men, 5,168.10; E. Rae, cedar posts, 43.60; J. Robertson Co., Ltd., pipe, 212.80; 
Sundries— express, 4.33; freight, 35.16; petty disbursements, 15.04 14,264 51 

Glenora Hatchery. — Adams & Vandusen, piping, 593.18; T. Colledge, rods, 59.20; 
W. H. Dayton, lumber, 1,230.57; Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd., 227.65; C. E. 
Hadden, roofing, 233.30; J. W. Jones, travelling expenses, 70.57; McColl & Co., 
lumber, 224.04; Metallic Roofing Co., Ltd., roofing, 667.50; Pay lists, wages of 
men, 1,624.75; Picton, Woodward. King Co., sash 121.90; H. F. Prelipp, faucets, 
70.20; White, Homer & Co., sand, 337.50. Sundries— freight, 79.35 5,539 71 

Ingersoll Bass Pond. — J. Couch, services, 35.35; R. J. Davis, powder, etc., 20.00; 
B. Greening Wire Co , Ltd., cloth, 91.14; J. W. Jones, travelling expenses, 43.20; 
A. E. Langford, lantern globes, etc., 24.70; J. McCarthy, water diversion, 31.50; 
McColl & Co., lumber, 186.15; Pay lists, wages of men, 2,582.75; H. F. Prelipp, 
shovels, etc., 15.45; H. L. Todd, manure, 12.00; Winlow & Co., Ltd., lumber, 
15.33; petty disbursements, 29.49 3,087 06 

Kenora Hatchery. — Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., pipe, etc., 25.02; B. 
Greening Wire Co., Ltd., baskets, etc., 1,854.55; J. W. Jones, travelling expenses, 
134.90; Pay lists, wages of men, 6.75; H. F. Prelipp, faucets, etc., 54.00; H. F. 
Tilby, photos, .75. Sundries — cartage, 48.63; express, 13.25; telegraph, 3.40 2,141 25 

Martin River. — Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., screens, etc., 18.63; Standard 

Planing Mills, roofing, etc., 234.24 252 87 

Minaki. — The T. Eaton Co., Ltd., furniture, 148.55; G. E. Farlinger, lumber, 661.40; 

J. Geroux, erecting cottage, 195.00. Sundries — cartage, 12.00; freight, 77.30. . . 1,094 25 

Mount Pleasant Hatchery. — W. H. Abbey, wiring, etc., 586.58; Canadian Fairbanks- 
Morse Co., Ltd., pump, etc., 571.00; E. J. Devlin, hardware supplies, 10.38; Forbes 
Bros., gas, etc., 29.31; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., netting, 104.88; J. W. Jones, 
travelling expenses, 117.83; J. H. Johnson, spouts, 14.40; Ker & Goodwin 
Machinery Co., Ltd., valves, etc., 190.88; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., taps, 45.34; 
McColl & Co., lumber, 4,231.82; W. J. Nolan & Sons, Ltd., lumber, 56.60; Pay 
lists, wages of men, 2,267.06; H. F. Prelipp, hardware supplies, 57.50; Wetmore's 
Service, Ltd., gas, etc., 21.35. Sundries — cartage, 32.00; freight, 5.38; petty 
disbursements, 27.29 8,369 60 

Normandale Trout Ponds. — Connor Nurseries, Ltd., shrubs, 22.21; W. C. Hasely, 
gas, etc., 25.20; M. J. Jones, drilling well, 1,517.80; McColl & Co., lumber, 
140.60; Pay lists, wages of men, 193.30; H. F. Prelipp, faucets, etc., 37.50. 
Sundries — freight, 38.55; petty disbursements, 2.25 1,977 41 

Normandale Bird Farm. — A. S. Edmonds & Co., seeds, 2.60; B. Greening Wire 
Co., Ltd., netting, etc., 442.14; W. C. Haseley, gas, etc., 9.65; J. W. Jones, 
travelling expenses, 83.20; McColl & Co., lumber, 656.62; Pay lists, wages of 
men, 419.20; H. F. Prelipp, hardware supplies, 202.25 1,815 66 

Normandale Hatchery. — W. H. Abbey, plumbing, 1,088.65; Drummond, McCall 
Co., Ltd., pipe, etc., 2,648.07; J. H. Johnson, troughs, 273.62; M. J. Jones, 
drilling wells, 1,465.71; J. W. Jones, travelling expenses, 29.09; McColl & Co., 
lumber, 428.22; Pay lists, wages of men, 96.05; H. F. Prelipp, faucets, 73.15. 
Sundries — cartage, 54.40 6,156 96 

Pembroke Trout Rearing Station. — L. S. Barraud Est., lumber, 4,468.87; William 
Beatty Est., lumber, 158.80; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., supplies, 1,219.15; 
G.Down, travelling expenses, 22.55; F.W. Fisher, lumber, 14.00; Foster Manufactur- 
ing Co., posts, 150.00; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., bronze cloth, 56.06; E. W.Hayes, 



Carried forward 292,122 01 



1929-30 



DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES 



J 13 



Brought forward 292,122 01 

Erecting Ponds and Buildings, Etc. — Continued 

Pembroke Trout Rearing Station. — Continued 

travelling expenses, 29.79; J. W. Jones, travelling expenses, 126.52; J. J. Kruger, 
land and buildings, 8,000.00; Mrs. A. Linderman, meals, 32.00; E. W. Morton, 
inspection, 27.00; Pay lists, wages of men, 4,052.30; Town of Pembroke, stone, 
278.77; Williams & Williams, legal services, 101.64. Sundries — cartage, 17.24; 
telephone, 1.40; petty disbursements, 13.01 18,769 10 

Sault Ste. Marie Trout Rearing Station. — Abitibi Power & Paper Co., purchase of land, 
200.00; J. Black, purchase of land, 1,200.00; H. Blayney, travelling expenses, 22.85; 
Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 298.39; Drummond, McCall Co., Ltd., 
valves, 220.00; Flockhart Bros., plumbing, 14.13; Hesson Lumber Co., lumber, 
4,647.72; G. Johnston, purchase of land, 2,000.00; J. W. Jones, travelling expenses, 
218.02; C. K. Kennelly, survey, 104.00; Keyes Hardware Co., Ltd., supplies, 
1,385.34; Maclnnes & Bryan, legal services, 20.40; E. M. McQuade, survey, 
40.70; Metallic Roofing Co., Ltd., shingles, 472.50; Pay lists, wages of men, 
14,716.38; Pedlar People, Ltd., culvert, 156.00; Rowland & Atkin, legal 
services, 143.20; Sault Ste. Marie Lumber Co., Ltd., posts, etc., 2,167.92. 
Sundries— cartage, 2.50 28,030 05 



Southampton Hatchery. — L. Eby, wiring, 67.68; J. H. Johnson, troughs, 433.17; 
J. W. Jones, travelling expenses, 24.98; McColl & Co., lumber, 277.45; R. 
McVittie, lumber, 293.32; Pay lists, wages of men, 314.00; H. F. Prelipp, faucets, 
97.20; Trelford Bros., pails, etc., 256.65. Sundries — cartage, 3.51; freight, 36.90. 



1,804 86 



Miscellaneous. — Mrs. E. M. Clark, purchase of cabin, 250.00; J. W. Jones, travelling 
expenses, 95.70; King's Printer, 82.10; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., level, etc., 
10.05; A. Overland, purchase of cabins, 750.00. Sundries — petty disbursements, 



18.75 



1,206 60 



Enforcement of the Ontario Game and Fisheries Act ($269,995.62) 

District No. 1, London ($36,049.20) 

R. Emmerton Warden 12 months 

Donalda Leach Clerk Stenographer 12 

Wm. Keller Overseer 

C. J. Kerr " 

Geo. L. Leedham " 

W. A. Mewhinney " 

O. H. Robinson " 

Ira Toole " 

Albert J. Rolston " 

Wm. B. Hare " 

Geo. A. Kay " 



12 months 


2,550'00 

975100 

1,500*00 


12 " 


12 " 


12 " 


1,200100 


12 " 


1,300 00 


12 " 


1,500 00 


12 " 


1,400 00 


12 " 


1,500 00 


9 u 


918 75 


9 « 


918 75 


9 " 


918 75 



Temporary Overseers.— H. Clark at 93.75 per mo., 1,125.00; A. Cecile at 93.75 
per mo., 1,125.00; R. A. Duff at 100.00 per mo., 1,200.00; W. B. Hare at 
93.75 per mo., 281.25; J. O. Hammond at 93.75 per mo., 1,137.33; A. C. 
Jensen at 93.75 per mo., 896.15; Helen L. Johnston at 68.75 per mo., 54.25; 
Geo. H. Jolly at 93.75 per mo., 1,125.00; Geo. A. Kay at 93.75 per mo., 
281.25; A. E. Little at 93.75 per mo., 1,077.48; D. J. McRury at 93.75 per 
mo., 896.15; A. J. Rolston at 93.75 per mo., 281.25; H. Zavitz at 93.75 per mo., 
93.75 

Travelling Expenses.— A. Cecile, 704.93; H. Clark, 344.70; R. A. Duff, 62.65; 
R. Emmerton, 324.60; J. O. Hammond, 558.84; W. B. Hare, 386.37; A. C. 
Jensen, 381.13; G. H. Jolly, 571.93; G. A. Kay, 424.74; W. Keller, 378.39; 
C. J. Kerr, 328.75; G. L. Leedham, 478.67; A. E. Little, 39.55; D. J. McRury, 
297.79; W. A. Mewhinney, 556.59; O. H. Robinson, 516.47; A. J. Rolston, 
861.16; I. Toole, 741.68; H. T. Zavitz, 40.95 

Automobile Allowance.— A. Cecile, 160.00; H. Clark, 240.00; R. Emmerton, 
250.00; W. B. Hare, 200.00; A. C. Jensen, 200.00; G. H. Jolly, 200.00; G. A. 



9,573 86 



7,999 89 



Carried forward 374,187 62 



J 14 



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No. 1 



Brought forward 374,187 62 

Enforcement of the Ontario Game and Fisheries Act — Continued 

Auto mo') Allowance — Continued 

Kay, 200.00; W. Keller, 200.00; G. L. Leedham, 200.00; A. E. Little, 160.00; 
D. J. McRury, 200.00; F. J. Montgomery, 50.00; A. J. Rolston, 50.00; I. Toole, 



200.00 



2,510 00 



Miscellaneous. — R. D. Bryan, garage rent, 12.00; W. M. Hogg, garage rent, 
24.00; L. Hooper, typewriting, 47.50; King's Printer, 119.27; Muir Cap & 
Regalia, Ltd., caps, 10.35; Rex Tailoring Co., Ltd., uniforms, 114.00; Royal 
Bank, office rent, light, etc., 553.00; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., inspections, 
13.00; J. J. White, garage rent, 18.00. Sundries— postage, 181.00; telephone, 
127.65 ; petty disbursements, 64.43 



1,284 20 



District No. 2, Headquarters, Orillia ($26,489.99) 

Peter Stevenson Warden 

R. W. Carson Overseer 

B. Gooderham " 

Robt. N. L. Hills * 

N. McNaughton " 

J. F. McGregor " 

Geo. M. Richardson " 

R. D. Windsor " 

Muriel B. Wood Clerk Stenographer . 



12 months 


2,550 00 


12 " 


1,600 00 


12 " 


1,600 00 


12 a 


1,400 00 


12 « 


1,700 00 


12 ■ 


1,700 00 


12 " 


1,400 00 


12 " 


1,700 00 


12 " 


900 00 



Temporary Overseers. — Geo. F. Davies at 93.75 per mo., 1,055.91; E. L. Skuce 
at 93.75 per mo., 375.00; John Trill at 100.00 per mo., 133.05; T J. Woods 
at 93.75 per mo., 1,125.00 



2,688 96 



Travelling Expenses.— R. W. Carson, 457.00; G. F. Davies, 661.17; B. Gooder- 
ham, 948.96; R. N. L Hills, 560.89; N. MacNaughton, 744.46; J. F. 
McGregor, 853.20; G. M. Richardson, 448.04; E. L. Skuce, 281.32; P. 
Stevenson, 523.35; J. Trill, 17.95; R. D. Windsor, 853.28; T. J. Woods, 877.43 



7,227 05 



Automobile Allowance.— B. Gooderham, 250.00; J. F. McGregor, 250.00; E. L. 

Skuce, 100.00; P. Stevenson, 250.00; T. J. Woods, 200.00 1,050 00 



Miscellaneous.— Bank of Montreal, exchange, 15.03; Canadian Canners, Ltd., 
garage rent, 24.00; Cavana & Watson, office rent, 366.00; W. M. Cull, type- 
writing, 54.00; Fee Motors, gas and oil, 13.20; Hopkins-Mark Co., Ltd., 
snowshoes, 11.00; A. J. Meyers, garage rent, etc., 28.75; Muir Cap & 
Regalia Co., Ltd., caps, 10.35; Port Hope Preserving Co., Ltd., garage rent, 
12.00; Rex Tailoring Co., Ltd., uniforms, 114.00; J. Riddell, painting, 24.50; 
J. R. Runnett, garage rent, 42.00; R. D.Windsor, garage rent, 33.00. Sundries 
— cartage, 12.68; telephone, 76.65; postage, 85.00; petty disbursements, 51.82 



973 98 



District No. 3— Headquarters, Ottawa ($37,956.98) 

J. W. Coffey Warden 12 months 

F. E. Goulet Clerk Stenographer 12 " 

Chas. W. Amey Overseer 12 



Royal Baker. 

R. R. Cockburn.. 

H. E. Costello 

Geo. S. Leach 

I. J. Lyons 

S. J. McClelland... 
Robt. G. Sheppard. 
Chas. E. Muffitt. . . 

Geo. M. Drew 

R. G. Stringer 



12 
3 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
9 
9 

9 



2,550 00 


975 00 


1,400 00 


1,600 00 


350 01 


1,300 00 


1,700 00 


1,600 00 


1,600 00 


1,400 00 


918 75 


918 75 


918 75 



Carried forward 421.703 07 



1929-30 



DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES 



J 15 



Brought forward 421,703 07 



Enforcement of the Ontario Game and Fisheries Act — Continued 

Temporary Overseers. — John H. Boyd at 93.75 per mo., 1,125.00; Wm. T. Clark 
at 93.75 per mo., 1,125.00; James S. Code at 93.75 per mo., 1,125.00; Geo. M. 
Drew at 93.75 per mo., 281.25; P. Dillon at 93.75 per mo., 1,125.00; A. A. 
Kennedy at 93.75 per mo., 1,125.00; Chas. E. Muffitt at 93.75 per mo., 281.25; 
Jno. W. J. Mundell at 93.75 per mo, 562.50; R. G. Stringer at 93.75 per mo., 
281.25; W. Ford Webster at 93.75 per mo., 133.82 

Travelling Expenses.— C. W. Amey, 487.67; R. L. Baker, 824.11; J. H. Boyd, 
434.42; W. T. Clark, 309.17; R. R. Cockburn, 171.92; J. S. Code, 455.75; J. 
W. Coffey, 582.05; H. E. Costello, 592.74; P. Dillon, 558.53; G. M. Drew, 
998.67; A. A. Kennedy, 570.17; G. S. Leach, 556.65; I. J. Lyons, 412.83; S. J. 
McClelland, 634.15; C. E. Muffitt, 472.53; J. W. J. Mundell, 282.23; R. G. 
Sheppard, 836.51; R. G. Stringer, 403.10; W. F. Webster, 91.07 

Automobile Allowance.— C. W. Amey, 200.00; J. H. Boyd, 200.00; W. T. Clark, 
200.00; J. S. Code, 200.00; J. W. Coffey, 250.00; G. M. Drew, 200.00; A. A. 
Kennedy, 200.00; C. E. Muffitt, 200.00; J. W. J. Mundell, 200.00; R. G. 



Sheppard, 200.00; R. G. Stringer, 200.00 



Miscellaneous. — Cornwall Electric Service Co., garage rent and repairs, 73.10; 
M. Costello, garage rent, 60.00; Jackson Building Co., Ltd., office rent, etc., 
516.39; A. J. Jones, garage rent, 15.00; A. Leach, garage rent, 60.00; J. Leckie, 
Ltd., jackets, 13.76; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., revolvers, 65.67; Muir Cap & 
Regalia, Ltd., caps, 10.35; A. S. Newman, garage rent, 48.00; Ottawa Towel 
Supply, service, 16.50; Rex Tailoring Co., Ltd., uniforms, 114.00; B. Tremblay, 
cleaning, 66.00; Wilson Motor Sales, garage rent, 67.00. Sundries — express, 
12.34; freight, 16.07; postage, 252.55; telegrams, 40.98; telephone, 156.95; 
petty disbursments, 21.72 



7,165 07 



9,684 27 



2,250 00 



1,626 38 



District No. 4— Headquarters, North Bay ($30,973.89) 

Geo. M. Parks Warden 

Wm. G. Armstrong Overseer 

Geo. F. Charsley " 

Jos. Mulligan " 

F. B. McKnight " 

Alex. E. Pennell " 

Thos. Taylor " 

J. Gordon Yates " 

Robt. Edleston " 

Wm. H. Martin " 



Constance Cameron Clerk Stenographer 9 



12 months 


2,550 00 


12 " 


1,400100 
1,500100 
1,700100 


12 " 


12 " 


12 " 


1,500>) 


12 " 


1,500 00 


12 " 


1,500 00 


10^ « 


1,060 47 


9 " 


900 00 


3 " 


424 99 


9 " 


693 75 



Temporary Overseers. — A. Aird at 93.75 per mo., 239.90; Albert G. Cook at 
93.75 per mo., 1,125.00; R. Edleston at 93.75 per mo., 93.75; Thos. G. Flesher 
at 93.75 per mo., 52.40; H. Haskins at 93.75 per mo., 1,125.00; John O'Donnell 
at 93.75 per mo., 1,125.00; W. T. Raycraft at 93.75 per mo., 1,125.00; David 
Stewart at 93.75 per mo., 143.07; Robt. F. Thorne at 93.75 per mo., 1,125.00 

Travelling Expenses.— A. Aird, 138.00; W. G. Armstrong, 830.71; G. F. Charsley, 
1,006.67; A. G. Cook, 271.22; R. Edleston, 763.62; T. G. Flesher, 21.10; H. 
T. Hare, 104.87; H. Haskins, 412.95; D. E. Macmillan, 73.19; F. B. McKnight, 
639.56; W. H. Martin, 136.59; J. Mulligan, 476.41; J. O'Donnneli, 72.60; G. 
M. Parks, 314.60; A. E. Pennell, 459.25; W. T. Raycraft, 369.90; D. Stewart, 
12.80; T. Taylor, 756.68; R. F. Thorne, 115.91; J. G. Yates, 251.61 



Automobile Allowance.— A. G. Cook, 200.00; G. M. Parks, 250.00. 



Miscellaneous. — Constance Cameron, clerk stenographer at 68.75 per mon, 
206.25; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., hardware, 151.49; C. J. Dix, 
taxi hire, 66.50; A. Friedmann, stove, 25.00; Gatchell's Taxi Service, taxi hire, 
44.00; Grant-Holden-Graham, Ltd., robes, 80.00; Hobson-Gautier, Ltd., 
provisions, 13.22; Imperial Oil, Ltd., gas, 35.83; W. E. Kinsey, gas, etc., 
106.59; Lindsay & McCluskey, Ltd., office rent, 540.00; Muir Cap & Regalia, 
Ltd., caps, 10.35; J. Mulligan, garage rent, 50.00; National Auto Sales, garage 
rent, 35.00; New Liskeard Baptist Church, garage rent, 15.00; A. E. Pennell, 
garage rent, 50.00; Perron & Marsh Co., Ltd., gas, etc., 168.08; Rex Tailoring 



6,154 12 



7,228 24 
450 00 



Carried forward 470,990 36 



J 16 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Brought forward 470,990 36 

Enforcement of the Ontario Game and Fisheries Act — Continued 

Miscellaneous — Continued 

Co., Ltd., uniforms, 114.00; E. Rowe, typewriting, 45.00; Royal Bank of 
Canada, exchange, 11.07; A. Snodden, cleaning office, 43.00; T. Taylor, garage 
rent, 50.00; Woods Manufacturing Co., Ltd., tent, 53.50. Sundries — cartage, 
20.75; express, 30.77; freight, 11.84; postage, 171.00; telegrams, 25.15; tele- 
phone, 203.50; petty disbursements, 35.43 2,412 32 



District No. 5— Headquarters, Sault Ste. Marie ($30,178.48) 

Wm. A. Lyness Warden 12 



Geo. Allan Overseer. 

Carl Fadden 

Orrin D. Lewis 

Oliver Leblanc 

Garnet Magill 

R. R. Cockburn 

Walter LeBlanc 

Ferdinand Legace .... 
Donald E. MacMillan 
Fred Watson 



12 months 


2,025 00 


3 " 


300 00 


12 " 


1,275 00 


12 " 


1,400 00 


12 " 


1,300 00 


12 " 


1,300 00 


9 " 


1,149 99 


9 " 


918 75 


9 " 


918 75 


9 " 


918 75 


9 " 


918 75 



Temporary Overseers. — Jno. J. Bussineau at 93.75 per mo., 1,125.00; Leonard 
R. Doyle at 93.75 per mo., 427.40; B. Fletcher at 93.75 per mo., 133.82; 
Jos. P. Grant at 100.00 per mo., 300.00; Hilliard Hare at 93.75 per mo., 
1,137.33; Jos. Iserhoff at 93.75 per mo., 155.40; Wm. M. Kellens at 93.75 
per mo., 186.85; F. M. Kinahan at 93.75 per mo., 1,023.80; Walter Leblanc 
at 93.75 per mo., 281.25; F. Legace at 93.75 per mo., 281.25; D. E. MacMillan 
at 93.75 per mo., 281.25; M. C. Newcombe at 93.75 per mo., 133.82; I. Saylors 
at 93.75 per mo., 161.56; J. E. Stenabaugh at 93.75 per mo., 645.72; F. 
Watson at 93.75 per mo., 281.25 6,555 70 

Travelling Expenses. — G. Allan, 138.30; J. J. Bussineau, 727.13; R. R. Cockburn, 
640.91; R. Crisp, 7.50; L. R. Doyle, 241.43; C. V. Fadden, 511.16; B. C. 
Fletcher, 20.80; J. P. Grant, 24.75; H. T. Hare, 492.55; W. Kellens, 21.25; F. 
M. Kinahan, 439.97; O. Leblanc, 403.51; W. Leblanc, 739.74; F. Legace, 
686.56; O. D. Lewis, 802.72; W. A. Lyness, 529.49; D. E. MacMillan, 570.70; 
G. Magill, 832.21; M. C. Newcombe, 42.65; J. Stenabaugh, 507.17; F. Watson, 
513.65 8,894 15 



Automobile Allowance.— G. Magill, 150.00; F. Watson, 100.00. 



250 00 



Miscellaneous. — J. Blain, garage rent, 45.00; Christoff & Butcher, hardware, 
16.10; Rita M. Crisp, stenographer at 68.75 per mo., 825.00; J. Elliott, 
24.00; Grant-Holden-Graham, Ltd., robes, 80.00; Hinsperger Harness Co., 
Ltd., tent, 24.00; Hudson's Bay Co., provisions, etc., 66.33; Keyes Hardware, 
Ltd., hardware, 20.43; J. B. Lacroix, tent, 12.25; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., 
revolvers, etc., 118.50; W. Lightfoot, painting, 30.00; Lynch Auto Sales 
Co., Ltd., repairs, 16.00; A. Overland, stoves, 100.00; D. Ross, typewriting, 
45.00; Sault Daily Star, advertising, 12.00; Smith & Chappie, Ltd., toboggan, 
etc., 112.15. Sundries — express, 53.13; freight, 14.74; postage, 75.00; 
telegrams, 111.87; telephone, 219.85; petty disbursements, 32.29 

District No. 6— Headquarters, Fort William ($24,768.54) 

A. E. Fraser Warden 

Dorothy Collard Clerk Stenographer 

C. H. Douglas Overseer 12 

Walter Hawkins " 

Wm. H. Martin " 

S. E. Mills " 

Wilbert Faubert " 

Henry Harris " 

Henry F. Walker u 

John D. Jacob " 



2,053 64 



12 months 


2,550 00 


12 " 


975 00 


12 " 


1,500 00 


12 " 


1,400 00 


9 " 


1,275 01 


12 " 


1,700 00 


12 " 


1,300 00 


9 " 


918 75 


9 " 


918 75 


9 " 


881 25 



Temporary Overseers. — E. G. Forsyth at 93.75 per mo., 937.50; Henry Harris 
at 93.75 per mo., 281.25; C. N. Hendrickson at 93.75 per mo., 364.47; John 
D. Jacob at 93.75 per mo., 281.25; Henry F. Walker at 93.75 per mo., 281.25 2,145 72 



Carried forward 519,145 64 



1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES J 17 

Brought forward 519,145 64 

Enforcement of the Ontario Game and Fisheries Act — Continued 

Travelling Expenses.— C. H. Douglas, 25.85; W. Faubert, 920.83; E. G. Forsyth, 
240.98; A. E. Fraser, 994.70; H. Harris, 675.94; W. Hawkins, 660.00; C. N. 
Hendrickson, 407.39; J. D. Jacob, 543.71; W. H. Martin, 302.78; S. E. Mills, 
644.50; H. F. Walker, 245.62 5,662 30 

Automobile Allowance.— W. Faubert, 200.00; E. G. Forsyth, 60.00; W. H. 

Martin, 75.00; S. E. Mills, 200.00 535 00 

Miscellaneous. — J. H. Beamish, provisions, 44.65; A. Belanger, dog hire, 232.00; 
Crawley & McCracken, Ltd., provisions, 26.55; J. Dickson, garage rent, 180.00; 
Dow's Service Station, supplies, 13.85; Ethel Edwards, stenographer at 
75.00 per mo., 178.18; F. Edwards, provisions, 71.52; Fairway Stores, 
provisions, 20.21; Fort William Commercial Chambers, Ltd., office rent, 
546.00; G. Green, boat hire, 15.75; J. Hashie, services as guide, 87.00; 
C. Hendrickson, services as guide, 322.50; Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 
light, 15.23; Imperial Oil, Ltd., gas and oil, 36.57; Leeper Store Co., provisions, 
29.23; Marine Grocery, provisions, 13.50; Marshall- Wells Co., Ltd., provisions, 
359.53; J. F. Moore & Sons, provisions, 51.74; McColl-Frontenac Oil Co., 
Ltd., gas, 25.80; Parker's Garage Ltd., oil, 10.95; W. Polhill, services as janitor, 
60.00; Rex Tailoring Co., Ltd., uniforms, 114.00; F. Sanderson, provisions, 
177.18; C. Sousie, services as guide, 19.50; J. W. Stone Boat Manufacturing 
Co., Ltd., boat hire, 30.00; Wells & Emmerson, hardware, 19.88. Sundries — 
express, 44.53; freight, 31.88; postage, 86.00; telegrams, 51.44; telephone, 
50.00; petty disbursements, 41.59 3,006 76 

District No. 7 — Headquarters, Sioux Lookout ($17,996.43) 

Donald Ward Warden 

Ernest Farrington Overseer 

Arthur F. Spillett " 

A.J.Woodward " 

Ray Lawn " 

Chas. D. Liddle " 



12 months 


2,300 00 


12 « 


1,400 00 


12 " 


1,400 00 


10H " 


1,136 74 


12 " 


1,300 00 


9 " 


918 75 



Temporary Overseers. — L. S. Hemphill at 93.75 per mo., 1,000.43; Chas. D. 

Liddle at 93.75 per mo., 281.25 1,281 68 

Travelling Expenses. — E. Farrington, 133.45; L. S. Hemphill, 743.72; R. Lawn, 
185.14; C. D. Liddle, 174.05; A. F. Spillett, 769.34; D. Ward, 1,358.20; A. J. 
Woodward, 236.36 3,600 26 

Miscellaneous. — L. Ahola, cleaning office, 76.00; A. Arthurson, services as guide, 
156.00; M. Cristiuk, services as guide, 21.00; Mrs. M. Cristiuk, cleaning, 
19.00; W. Darcy, services as guide, 150.00; Day Block Co., office rent, 456.00; 
M. Dzyngel, provisions, 13.65; L. Edmonds, typewriting, 10.00; R. Grellier, 
gas, etc., 120.55; Hudson's Bay Co., provisions, etc., 1,292.60; Imperial Oil, 
Ltd., gas and oil, 40.18; J. J. Jewel & Sons, provisions, 49.21; Kenna Stores, 
provisions, 12.70; Kert & Co., provisions, etc., 224.07; M Kressall, gas, 
10.75; Lake Winnipeg Fur Trading Co., toboggan, etc., 35.00; J. H. Low, 
meals, 94.50; H. R. McGill, gas, etc., 14.50; A. A. J. MacDonald, car hire, 
etc., 87.15; J. R. Mitchell, dogs, 45.00; H. L. Mundell, provisions, 173.59; 
Nakina Fur & Supply Co., provisions, 46.35; Ontario Forestry Branch, 
radio messages, 22.30; P. Perlin, hardware, 15.95; A. Peterson, provisions, 
etc., 101.90; B. H. Rand, hardware, 28.60; Rex Tailoring Co., Ltd., uniforms, 
57.00; J. Robertson, services as guide, 225.00; H. A. Sells, provisions, 23.93; 
Town of Sioux Lookout, light, 26.65; Stitt & Sons, harness, 15.92; Triangle 
Fish Co., provisions, 20.60; D. R. Waddell, provisions, etc., 55.08; D. Ward, 
rent of boathouse, 180.00; Western Oil Co., Ltd., gas, 46.80. Sundries- 
cartage, 131.67; express, 84.91; freight, 61.33; postage, 99.00; telegrams, 
82.58; petty disbursements, 231.98 4,659 00 

Overseer, Toronto and Special Patrols ($3,561.89) 

Percy Revill Overseer 12 months 1,800 00 

H. E. Hopperton " 2% " 282 19 

L. W. Huddart " 6 " 562 50 



Carried forward 548,990 82 



J 18 



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No. 1 



Brought forward 548,990 82 

Enforcement of the Ontario Game and Fisheries Act — Continued 

Overseer, Toronto and Special Patrols — Continued 

Travelling Expenses.— H. E. Hopperton, 247.50; L. W. Huddart, 67.39; P. 

Revill, 401.38 716 27 

Automobile Allowance — P. Revill 200 00 

Miscellaneous. — Dept. of Public Highways, garage, etc 93 

Issuers of Special Export Permits and Collector of Royalties ($900.00) 

Temporary Services.— C. Harding, 200.00; G. A. Hollands, 200.00; J. K. Mac- 

Lennan, 200.00; J. F. Vance, 100.00; D. W. West, 200.00 900 00 

Seasonal Overseers ($5,830.80) 

Hunting Season. — Sundry persons, services, 1,695.00; expenses, 244.80 1,939 80 

Spawning Season. — Sundry persons, services 3,891 00 



General Expenses ($18,380.01) 

Advertising. — Daily Hebrew Journal, 13.50; Evening Telegram, 51.60;, Fort 
William Daily Times Journal, 5.30; Globe Printing Co., 27.00; Mail and 
Empire, 26.10; Sudbury, Star, 5.00 



128 50 



Miscellaneous. — W. G. Atkin, legal services, 44.65; B. Cairns, Ltd., badges 
70.00; R. R. Casement, legal services, 15.80; P. C. Cayan, travelling expenses 
6.10; H. P. Cooke, legal services, 44.65; F. A. Dermott, rent of hall, 1.00 
J. D. Deyell, travelling expenses, 8.00; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., frames, 18.00 
A. Edwards, rent of boathouse, 50.00; F. G. Evans, legal services, 18.00 
E. C. Ford, license and guide buttons, 2,784.84; F. Fraser, boat hire, 10.00 
J. R. Gaunt & Son, Ltd., buttons, 13.33; W. L. Haight, legal services, 42.00 
E. T. Hartlett, travelling expenses, 7.50; J. Hallett, services, 3.00; H. B 
Johnston, legal services, 24.00; King's Printer, 12,797.41; E. H. Lancaster 
legal services, 80.00; G. S. Leach, storage, 12.00; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd. 
hardware, 12.11; Lindsay Boat Co., storage, 18.00; A. McCrimmon, legal 
services, 40.00; V. J. McElderry, legal services, 17.00; McKim & Dulmage, 
legal services, 15.00; L. McLaughlin, meals, 11.00; R. M. Meyers, legal 
services, 25.00; Midland Boat Works, storage, 24.00; Ottawa Hydro-Electric 
System, light, 10.00; Pay list, wages of men, 16.59; A. Pomeron, stenographic 
services, 2.50; Rod & Gun, subscription, 92.00; E. L. Ruddy Co., Ltd., signs, 
321.00; H. B. Rye, storage, 20.00; J. H. Ross Boat & Canoe Co., storage of 
boat, 15.00; A. F. Schnaufer Co., Ltd., dressing pelts, 73.60; E. D. Wilkins, 
legal services, 34.00; Sundry persons, witness fees, 119.26; serving summons 
and court costs-, 21.10; bonuses for information, 310.00. Sundries — express, 
979.79; petty disbursements, 24.28 



18,251 51 



Patrol Boats ($36,909.41) 
"Athene" ($3,014.50) 

Fuel and Oil. — Century Coal Co., Ltd., 45.00; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 
Midland Engineering Works Co., 307.26; Richard's Motor Boat 
46.40; Schuster Co., Ltd., 2.25; Scott's Boat Livery, 41.58 



119.93; 
Garage. 



562 42 



Groceries and Provisions. — G. Brighty, 189.96; L. C. Eaton, 17.73; W. Evans, 
64.86; H. C. Gidley, 22.21; Goodall's Meat Market, 21.05; Graves, Bigwood 
Co., 28.65; D. S. LaRue, 58.90; New Queen's Hotel, meals, 16.25; A. J. 
Nichols, 14.59; C. A. Quick & Sons, Ltd., 43.61; petty disbursements, 55.21 . . 



533 02 



Miscellaneous. — Dept. of Marine and Fisheries, wharfage, 27.00; H. C. Gidley, 
travelling expenses, 22.65; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., revolvers, 44.76; Pay 
list, wages of men, 1,727.41; S. Porter, travelling expenses, 13.90; Rex 
Tailoring Co., Ltd., uniforms, 38.50; petty disbursements, 44.84 



'Elsie Doris" ($8,135.36) 
Fuel and Oil.— Century Coal Co., 829.22; Fahner Lumber Co. 
Oil, Ltd., 61.67; Port Dover Coal & Supply Co., 113.92 



6.60; Imperial 



,919 06 



1,011 41 



Carried forward, 



579,044 74 



1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES J 19 

Brought forward 579,044 74 

Enforcement of the Ontario Game and Fisheries Act — Continued 

Patrol Boats — Continued 

Provisions.— F. B. Colman & Son, 98.16; F. R. Dale, 39.30; L. C. Eaton, 71.49; 
W. Evans, 29.21; Goodall's Meat Market, 49.94; V. Leaney & Son, 22.60; 
F. R. McMillan, 84.15; A. J. Nicholas, 159.10; F. C. Powell, 21.16; C. A. 
Quick & Sons, Ltd., 360.34; H. Rumble, 14.78; W. E. Wicker, 166.05; petty 
disbursements, 22.09 1,138 37 

Miscellaneous. — Aylmer Steam Laundry, laundry, 39.90; T. G. Caley, towels, 
10.47; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., blankets, 31.00; G. D. Frewer, 39.50; Rice Lewis 
& Son, Ltd., revolvers, 44.76; Pay list, wages of men, 5,710.45; Rex Tailoring 
Co., Ltd., uniforms, 38.50; G. Thompson, oilcloth, 16.40; petty disburse- 
ments, 54.60 5,985 58 

"Gladys R" ($618.81) 
Fuel and Oil.— J. R. Beamish 124 62 

Provisions. — J. H. Beamish 229 35 

Miscellaneous. — Down Service Station, storage, 4.00; M. Metail, travelling 

expenses, 4.00; Pay list, wages of men, 256.84 264 84 

"Hopewell" ($2,653.97) 

Fuel and Oil.— B. M. Brandon, 24.00; F. G. Lemcke, 89.40; Midland Engine 
Works Co., 40.80; Richard's Landing Garage, 29.66; Richardson's Motor 
Boat Garage, 31.21; J. W. Sisson, 14.03; N. Trotter, 397.90; J. M. Wallace, 
9.00 636 00 

Provisions.— J. A. Allen, 29.04; G. Brighty, 70.60; W. D. Ritchie & Son, 152.13; 

petty disbursements, 72.79 324 56 

Miscellaneous. — Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., revolvers, 44.76; Midland Boat 
Works, storage, 90.00; T. McGregor, travelling expenses, 14.85; Pay list, 
wages of men, 1,474.84; Rex Tailoring Co., Ltd., uniforms, 38.50; S. Shipman, 
travelling expenses, 16.25; petty disbursements, 14.21 1,693 41 

"Lotus" ($308.00) 

Fuel and Oil.— N. Trotter 41 40 

Provisions. — W. D. Ritchie & Son, 22.55; petty disbursements, 3.00 25 55 

Miscellaneous. — Pay list, wages of men, 230.00; S. Shipman, travelling expenses, 

1 1.05 241 05 

"Marylyn" ($3,399.98) 

Fuel and Oil.— Imperial Oil, Ltd., 585.28; McWain & Sherman, 12.50; J. J. 

Taylor & Sons, 57.15; petty disbursements, 13.76 668 69 

Provisions.— H. Cook, 12.58; Wallbridge & Clarke, 32.13; P. L. Williams, 

62.61; petty disbursements, 231.41 338 73 

Miscellaneous. — W. Cousins, travelling expenses, 210.26; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 
towels, 26.90; H. E. Hopperton, travelling expenses, 307.26; J. Leckie, Ltd., 
rope, etc., 12.76; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., revolvers, 49.76; T. McGregor, 
travelling expenses, 122.65; Pay list, wages of men, 1,583.23; Rex Tailoring 
Co., Ltd., uniforms, 38.50; White Hardware Co., hardware, 23.61; petty 
disbursements, 17.63 2,392 56 

"Mink" ($160.65) 

Fuel and Oil.— R. Dunlop, 106.86; R. Hill, 2.16; W. Keller, 34.70; E. Mallett, 

9.10 152 82 

Miscellaneous.— Petty disbursements 7 83 

Carried forward 593,310 10 



J 20 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 593,310 10 

Enforcement of the Ontario Game and Fisheries Act — Continued 

Patrol Boats — Continued 
"Miseford" ($13,067.84) 
Fuel and Oil.— W. Beatty Co., Ltd., 33.75; Canada Coal, Ltd., 162.00; Canadian 
Pacific Railway Co., 60.00; Century Coal Co., 555.97; W. Chappie, 411.00; 
A. J. Creighton, 92.94; Fahner Lumber Co., 72.00; T. A. Hopkins, 238.00; 
F. W. Jeffery & Sons, Ltd., 152.19; C. C. Lee, 211.40; R. Matheson, 41.85; 
F. C. Montgomery, 67.35; Mullen Coal Co., 110.00; R. McVittie, 136.17; 
Pittsburg Coal Co., Ltd., 372.00; Sault Ste. Marie Coal & Wood Co., 175.50; 
Wiarton Coal & Wood Co., 126.32; A. R. Wright & Son, 87.40 3,105 84 

Provisions. — J. H. Barry, 44.32; J. N. Cauthers, 186.46; City Meat Market, 
18.88; F. R. Dale, 176.09; Mrs. J. Fick, 129.50; A. H. Gammon & Sons, 
50.79; J. Gildner & Sons, 100.12; Graves Bigwood & Co., 47.21; J. A. 
Greathead, 60.95; B. McAulay, 40.95; J. J. McEwen, 432.44; R. H. 
McMann & Co., 32.71; W. E. Preston & Co., Ltd., 117.04; C. A. Quick & 
Sons, Ltd., 324.34; A. Rose & Son, 16.12; St. Mary's Marine Supply Co., 
148.16; T. Stephenson, 35.15; B. H. Turner Co., Ltd., 83.42; P. L. Williams, 
186.85; Wright Bros., 116.69; petty disbursements, 79.75 2,427 94 

Miscellaneous. — S. Butters, travelling expenses, 15.20; Dept. of Marine and 
Fisheries, boiler inspection, 30.00; Georgian Bay Ship & Wrecking Co., 
boiler repairs, 19.10; J. W. Glover, travelling expenses, 15.30; F. W. Iron- 
side, travelling expenses, 28.90; F. W. Jeffrey & Sons, hose, 56.00; W. C. 
Jordan, compass repairs, 50.00; C. C. Lee, packing, etc., 73.86; Rice Lewis 
& Son, Ltd., revolvers, 44.76; Marine Laundry, laundry, 12.69; Midland 
Steam Laundry Co., Ltd., laundry, 15.63; Pay list, wages of men, 6,930.58; 
C. A. Quick & Sons, Ltd., linoleum, 40.00; Rex Tailoring Co., Ltd., uniforms, 
38.50; Sarnia Steam Laundry, laundry, 21.05; Mrs. K. Vaughan, laundry, 
20.55; W. E. Wilson, travelling expenses, 16.10. Sundries — cartage, 33.72; 
petty disbursements, 72.12 7,534 06 

"Ogima" ($3,409.46) 
Fuel and Oil.— Canadian Oil Cos., Ltd., 100.27; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 344.91; 
Milton Francis Coal Co., 19.50; McColl-Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd., 88.03; 
Pelletier Motors, 129.80; Sault Ste. Marie Coal & Wood Co., Ltd., 24.00; 
Sutherland & Malcolm, 19.75 726 26 

Provisions. — Mrs. A. Chisholm, 28.00; Hudson's Bay Co., 12.60; Marine 
Grocery, 67.72; Marshall Wells Co., Ltd., 32.64; Menzies Bros., Ltd., 204.72; 
N. Salo, 104.39; St. Mary's Marine Supply Co., 75.67; petty disbursements, 
43.35 569 09 

Miscellaneous. — Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., revolvers, 44.75; Pay list, wages of 
men, 1,937.58; Port Arthur Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., boat storage, 80.00; 
Rex Tailoring Co., Ltd., uniforms, 38.50; petty disbursements, 13.28 2,114 11 

"Skola" ($869.90) 

Fuel and Oil.— Imperial Oil, Ltd., 54.34; North Star Oil Co., Ltd., 177.16 231 50 

Provisions.— W. E. Butler, 8.05; Economy Meat Market, 7.35; Mac's Blue 

Bird Groceteria, 108.36 123 76 

Miscellaneous. — Pay list, wages of men, 495.74; J. A. Pelletier, travelling 
expenses, 18.90 514 64 

"Snowbird" ($1,270.94) 
Fuel and Oil.— North Star Oil Co., Ltd., 45.59; J. W. Stone Boat Mfg. Co., 

Ltd., 345.98; petty disbursements, 13.63 405 20 

Provisions. — Economy Meat Market, 10.40; Mac's Blue Bird Groceteria, 

31.04; Neal & Heath, 191.39 232 83 

Miscellaneous. — Pay list, wages of men, 630.00; petty disbursements, 2.91 632 91 

Carried forward 611,928 24 



1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES J 21 

Brought forward 611,928 24 

Moving Expenses of Officers of the Department ($1,310.97) 

R. R. Cockburn — Combermere to Kapuskasing 383 26 

W. Colter— Picton to Wiarton 164 20 

B. Gooderham — Powassan to Port Perry 60 00 

W. L. Hicks— Glenora to Fort Frances. 287 10 

W. H. Martin — Kenora to Cochrane 90 10 

N. H. Quinlan — Fort Frances to Glenora 326 31 

1,310 97 

Purchase or Building of and Repairs to Boats, Boathouses, 
Machinery and Vehicles ($30,731.66) 

"Athene" ($310.66) 

Georgian Bay Shipbuilding & Wrecking Co., Ltd., repairs, 103.98; Greenleaf 
Co., Ltd., repairs, 46.31; C. King, repairs, 10.00; Midland Engine Works, 
Ltd., repairs, etc., 89.53; White Hardware Co., Ltd., paint, 18.50; petty 
disbursements, 42.34 310 66 

"Elsie Doris" ($875.45) 

Kingsville Boat Works, repairs, 42.10; J. Leckie, Ltd., buoy, 88.07; E. R. McCoy, 
paint, etc., 46.55; McQueen & Co., paint, 40.00; J. N. Schilz & Son, valves, 
etc., 58.13; S. Turner, repairs, 7.00; West, Peachey & Son, repairs, 593.60. . . 875 45 

"Gladys R." ($89.64) 

J. H. Beamish, paint, etc., 82.34; petty disbursements, 7.30 89 64 

"Hopewell" ($165.23) 

A. Cross & Co., repairs, 11.07; Hartman & Son, paint, 17.46; Midland Engine 
Works, Ltd., paint, etc., 39.79; Richard's Landing Garage, repairs, 29.60; 
E. S. Wright, services towing. 10.00; petty disbursements, 57.31 165 23 

"Marylyn" ($2,421.24) 

Canadian Beaver Co., shaft, etc., 26.44; W. H. Cockburn, repairs, etc., 117.35; 
Coulter, Cooper Brass Co., Ltd., repairs, 35.00; H. M. Customs, duty 
charges, 21.53; Cutten & Foster, Ltd., cushions, 81.26; The T. Eaton Co., 
Ltd., shades, 76.76; T. Eynon, dinghy, 90.00; J. Leckie, Ltd., paint, etc., 
39.92; T. Meredith & Co., Ltd., pump, 11.90; Pearson Batteries, Ltd., 
battery, 40.00; St. Lawrence River Motor Works Co., repairs, etc., 99.90; 
J. J. Taylor & Sons, Ltd., repairs, etc., 1,659.90; T. Taylor, fender, 24.00; 
Warp Tension Governors, Ltd., rudder, 42.50; petty disbursements, 54.78. . . 2,421 24 

"Miseford" ($681.39) 

J. C. Carrie, rope, 20.65; Carter & Co., paint, 27.25; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware 
Ltd., supplies, 30.62; Dixon Manufacturing Co., repairs, 35.61; Georgian 
Bay Shipbuilding & Wrecking Co., Ltd., repairs, 61.70; Hartman & Sons, 
paint, 37.75; Hunter Hardware Co., Ltd., lantern, etc., 7.03; F. W. Jeffery 
& Sons, Ltd., gauge, 14.75; J. Leckie, Ltd., valves, etc., 35.32; C. C. Lee, 
rope, etc., 79.30; L. Matheson, hardware supplies, 26.98; Midland Engine 
Works, Ltd., repairs, 37.42; A. R. Wright & Sons, paint, etc., 267.01 681 39 

"Mink" ($107.49) 

R. Brown & Sons, curtains, 56.00; Scripps Motor Co., pump, 28.00; petty disburse- 
ments, 23.49 107 49 

"Ogima" ($120.77) 

Marshall Wells Co., Ltd., paint, etc., 11.42; Northern Engineering Supply Co., 
Ltd., tank, 14.90; Port Arthur Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., repairs, 25.85; Wells & 
Emmerson, paint, 49.70; petty disbursements, 18.90 120 77 

"Skola" ($40.98) 

Gillmor & Noden, paint, etc., 30.08; Preston's Machine Shop, repairs, 10.90 40 98 

"Snowbird" ($113.70) 

Neale & Heath, paint, 12.40; J. W, Stone Boat Manufacturing Co., Ltd., repairs, 

etc., 101.30 113 70 

Carried forward 618,165 76 



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Brought forward 618,165 76 

Purchase or Building of and Repairs to Boats, Boathouses, 
Machinery and Vehicles — Continued 

Miscellaneous re Boats ($8,914.97) 

Robert Strang Supervising Engineer 12 months 1,800 00 

Bryan Manufacturing Co., Ltd., lumber, 347.05; Canadian Beaver Co., Ltd., 
flywheel, 118.13; Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., gear block, etc., 
120.83; Canadian Johns-Manville Co., Ltd., repairs, etc., 95.89; Carter 
Bros., oars, etc., 10.50; L. Clement, pipe, etc., 82.91; Cochrane-Dunlop 
Hardware, Ltd., supplies, 564.12; Collingwood Hardware Co., Ltd., supplies, 
26.16; J. Cunningham, repairs, 91.00; G. H. Ferguson, belting, 45.20; 
Foreman Motor & Machine Co., Ltd., repairs, 119.45; Fraser Machine 
Co., Ltd., 52.54; Georgian Bay Steel Spring Works, Ltd., rudder, etc., 70.25; 
Gilpin Bros., paint, 43.60; Gordon Boat Works, paint, 40.15; C. E. Hadden, 
screws, 15.65; J. H.Johnston, repairs, 106.50; Kermath Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 
engine, 934.20; Laidlaw Belton Lumber Co., Ltd., lumber, 13.77; J. Leckie 
Ltd., life jackets, 30.88; Lindsay Boat Co., coils, etc., 14.85; J. McCubbin & 
Son, skiff, 126.00; E. M. McNulty, canoe, 12.00; McWain & Sharman, boats, 
1,700.00; Marshall-Ecclestone, Ltd., canoes, 98.00; J. W. Magnus Co., motor 
parts, 131.38; Midland Boat Works, repairs, 22.42; F. G. Myers, repairs, 
146.00; Pay lists, wages of men, 917.00; B. H. Rands, seahorse, 175.00; Soo 
Lumber & Mill Co., Ltd., lumber, 33.51; R. Strang, travelling expenses, 
244.09; Thexton Machine Works, repairs to pump, 48.00; J.J. Turner & Sons, 
Ltd., canoes, 218.00. Sundries — express, 69.99; freight, 66.01; petty disburse- 
ments, 163.94 7,114 97 

Boathouses ($362.95) 
Bracebridge ($29.95) 

Ecclestone & Bates, Ltd., rental of ladder, 1.00; Gravenhurst Hardware Co., 

Ltd., paint, 28.95 29 95 

Kenora ($159.00) 

Kelly & Kimberley, repairs 159 00 

Little Current ($165.00) 

J. Smith, repairs 165 00 

Port Carling ($9.00) 

E. Greaves, repairs to engine 9 00 

District Automobiles, Repairs and Supplies ($16,527.19) 

No. 1, London. — R. D. Bryan, repairs, 127.80; Central Garage, repairs, 13.25 ; T. 
Frost, Whippet coupe, 690.00; Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Ltd., tires, etc., 
99.05; G. Laverty, repairs, 18.55; L. Mahler, Ford coupe, etc., 619.15; W. W. 
Meek, repairs, 10.50; E. Monks, repairs, 37.80; W. L. Saylor, Ford coupe, 
509.31; petty disbursements, 11.65 2,137 06 

No. 2, Orillia. — E. S. Barr & Sons, repairs, 57.70; S. Brillinger, battery, 22.59; 
Cooner Service Garage, repairs, etc., 106.75; W. G. Demaree, spring, 10.61; 
Fee Motors, Ford coupe, etc., 770.47; Generator & Starter Co., Ltd., com- 
pound, 14.95; T. E. Hall, Ford coupe, 440.00; Hood & dimming Motors, Ltd., 
Ford coupe, 530.00; A. J. Meyers, repairs, 26.25; Milnes Garage, valves, 
10.95; Porter Bros. Garage, repairs, 24.75; Soulthorpe Garage, repairs, 33.15; 
Stephenson Motor Sales, Ford coupe, 500.00; petty disbursements, 63.43. . . . 2,611 60 

No. 3, Ottawa. — Aseltine & Son, repairs, 192.22; Bank St. Garage, repairs, 86.06; 
Cornwall Electric Service, repairs, 74.00; W. G. Demaree, repairs, 93.85; 
Dominion Rubber Co., Ltd., tires, 123.30; J. R. Gorra, chains, 11.10; A. 
Hurley & Son, Essex coupe, 790.00; J. R. Kelly, Ford coupe, 633.00; Killaloe 
Leading Garage, repairs, 57.00; E. H. Knight, repairs, 97.31; MacDonald's 
Tire Shop, repairs, 10.75; R. McGarvey, Ford coupe, 693.31; Wilson Motor 
Sales, repairs, 182.80; B. W. Young, Ford coupe, 665.12; petty disbursements, 
46.57 3,756 39 

No. 4, North Bay. — Arrow Garage, repairs, 176.29; Burton's Garage, repairs, 
17.20; Doyle's Garage, Ford coupes, etc., 1,081.25; Grant's Garage, repairs, 
16.25; North Bay Garage, repairs, 43.40; M. J. Starkie, repairs, 32.95; petty 
disbursements, 30.30 1,397 64 

Carried forward 637,346^37 



1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES J 23 

Brought forward 637,346 37 

Purchase or Building of and Repairs to Boats, Boathouses, 
Machinery and Vehicles — Continued 

No. 5, Sault Ste. Marie. — Lynch Auto Sales Co., Ltd., Ford sedan, etc., 777.60; 

petty disbursements, 20.20 797 80 

No. 6, Fort William. — Bohm's Body Repairs, repairs, 10.85; Dow's Service 
Station, chains, etc., 235.33; S. Morrison, repairs, 19.25; Parker's Garage, 
repairs, 126.55; petty disbursements, 27.52 419 50 

No. 7, Sioux Lookout. — A. A. J. MacDonald, Chevrolet coupe 880 00 

Miscellaneous re Cars. — Auto Tire Repair Co., tires, 21.00; Bancroft Garage, 
repairs, 10.97; Beach Motors, car, 225.00; A. M. Bougner, repairs, 13.50; 
W. A. Charles, repairs, 28.00; E. Church, spring, 15.25; Cutten & Foster, Ltd., 
repairs, 12.97; Department of Public Highways, repairs, tires, etc., 1,219.18; 
G. V. Dunn, spark plugs, etc., 66.45; L. S. Geron Garage, chains, etc., 25.16; 
R. B. Grills, battery, etc., 19.40; W. C. Hasely, chains, etc., 11.20; Lambton 
Motors, repairs, 20.83; J. Leckie, Ltd., tarpaulin, 11.16; Lynch Auto Sales 
Co., Ltd., tire, etc., 14.90; McPhail's Garage, repairs, 30.23; Pembroke Service 
Garage, tire, 11.45; D. Pike & Son, tarpaulin, 14.40; Reo Motor Sales Co., 
truck, etc., 2,436.35; R. W. Sargent, repairs, 102.58; Sparling & Reesor, Ltd., 
repairs, 12.00; N. Wellman, repairs, 25.00; W. H. Young, repairs, 20.92; petty 
disbursements, 159.30 4,527 20 

Services and Expenses in Connection with the Purchase and Distribution 
of Game Animals and Birds and Equipment of Same ($12,514.36) 

Eugenia Preserve ($5,798.61) 

John H. Johnson Manager 12 months 1,800 00 

Temporary Assistants. — J no. D. MacDonald at 100.00 per mo., 1,200.00; Norman 

Williams at 100.00 per mo., 200.00; Harry Shaw at 100.00 per mo., 675.62. . . 2,075 62 

Expenses. — W. A. Armstrong, generator, 11.95; A. Brown & Sons, feed, 123.75; 
H. Cairns, eggs, etc., 27.50; J. Dunlop Co., Ltd., feed, 267.35; The T. Eaton 
Co., Ltd., rubber boots, etc., 20.30; Hinde & Dauch Paper Co., Ltd., egg 
boxes, 24.07; J. H. Johnson, travelling expenses, 96.12; King's Printer, 137.68; 
Kelly Feed & Seed Co., feed, 393.10; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., shells, 19.43; 
D. McTavish & Son, gas, 14.10; Pay lists, wages of men, 24.00; R. Purvis, 
repairs, 23.00; R. H. Shaw, travelling expenses, 44.00; Sundry persons, setting 
hens, 102.20; A. Wilson, hens, 25.00. Sundries — cartage, 276.50; express, 
227.21; freight, 12.51; postage, 12.15; petty disbursements, 41.07 1,922 99 

Experimental Fur Farm ($2,627.00) 

Expenses.— J. A. Follansbee, otter, 30.00; C. Gidson, otter, 30.00; R. S. McTavish, 
marten, 25.00; Patte & Wolff Foxes Ltd., foxes, 2,500.00; T. H. Terry, ferret, 
7.00; S. O. Tickner, beaver, 10.00; B. Young, otter, 25.00 2,627 00 

Normandale Bird Farm ($4,063.40) 

Wm. Chilton Assistant 12 months 1,500 00 

Temporary Assistants. — Norman Williams at 100.00 per mo., 1,000.00; Chas. A. 

May at 100.00 per month, 862.33 1,862 33 

Expenses. — Brant Feed & Seed Co., wheat, etc., 161.00; The T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 
tape, 10.75; A. S. Edmonds & Co., screenings, 24.00; Gilbertson & Page, Ltd., 
feed, etc., 57.90; Hinde & Dauch, Ltd., egg boxes, 10.85; Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission, light, etc., 120.03; Kelly Feed & Seed Co., feed, 137.95; 
T. P. Pope, shells, etc., 15.30; H. J. Stewart, services, 12.60; Sundry persons, 
setting hens, 53.54; N. Williams, travelling expenses, 10.50. Sundries — 
customs, 9.95 ; express, 15.40; freight, 14.35; postage, 6.00; petty disburse- 
ments, 15.95 676 07 

Miscellaneous. — C. Beam & Son, grain, 11.00; W. H. Harrison, corn, 11.60; 
Hogg & Lytle, Ltd., feed, 10.00; McKee Bros., corn, 10.75; petty disburse- 
ments, 7.00 50 35 

Carried forward 656,485 23 



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Brought forward 656,485 23 

Experimental Fur Farm ($15,832.47) 

Ronald G. Law Director 

Chas. Brotherston Attendant 

Russell Hargrave Assistant 

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grave at 93.75 per mo., 562.50; Thos. L. McKee at 81.25 per mo., 487.50; G. Alan 
C. Secord at 150.00 per mo., 1,800.00 3,131 25 

Expenses. — Alliston Fur Farm Supply Co., feed, 22.50; J. R. Anderson, ferrets, 
12.00; Booth Fisheries Can. Co., Ltd., herring, 100.00; Boxall & Mathie, Ltd., 
hardware, 30.14; H. Bretnell, fruit, 12.80; J. M. Campbell, feed, 37.00; Canadian 
Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., supplies, 130.41; J. W. Coad, coal, 127.00; Dawson- 
Elliott Co., Ltd., cranberries, 10.00; Delco Light Co. of Canada, Ltd., supplies, 
48.87; DrimilkCo.,Ltd.,drimilk, 20.05 ; G. V. Dunn, gas and oil, 259.51; Eastman 
Kodak Stores, kodak, etc., 123.12; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., hardware, 46.47; W. J. 
Ewers, hay, 33.75; F. J. Faed, drugs, 10.25; J. Forman, feed, 130.14; H. N. 
Glendinning, cow, 150.00; E. Gregory, drugs, 194.65; R. Hargrave, milk, 31.45; 
J. F. Hartz Co., Ltd., supplies, 104.85; Kelly Feed & Seed Co., Ltd., feed, 
etc., 312.90; Ketchum Manufacturing Co., Ltd., tags, 10.00; King's Printer, 
704.08; R. G. Law, travelling expenses, 108.30; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., 
hardware, 38.72; Liquor Control Board of Ontario, alcohol, 119.70; J. O. 
Mclnnis, gas and oil, 526.22; R. C. McKay, provisions, 70.46; T. McKee, 
vegetables, 75.00; McLennans, Ltd., hardware, 81.94; MacLaren & Wright, 
Ltd., yeast, 28.00; D. Nicholson, feed, 16.20; Ontario Reformatory Indus- 
tries, tomatoes, 21.00; Pay lists, wages of men, 287.00; Peterborough Fox 
Supplies, feed, etc., 197.55; N. L. Piper Supplies, Ltd., tags, 23.15; Pure 
Bread Co., bread, 513.42; E. Rae, feed, etc., 258.40; J. B. Rombough, hardware, 
10.00; G. A. Secord, travelling expenses, 39.90; Stone & Wellington, trees, 15.50; 
Sundry persons, meat for foxes, 2,067.56; Swift-Canadian Co., Ltd., feed, 62.50; 
G. R. Tompkins, plants, 11.45; Victoria County Flour & Seed Co., feed, 10.15; 
J. Webdale, feed, 69.40; J. Wylie, repairs, 11.50; Sundries— express, 202.23; 
freight, 240.66; newspapers and periodicals, 36.31; postage, 41.65; telephone, 
110.19; petty disbursements, 151.47 8,107 47 

MacDiarmid, Services and Expenses ($4,957.01) 

J. H. Beamish, oil and feed, etc., 1,324.68; Canadian National Railways, rent of 
siding, 24.33; Pay list, wages of men, 3,390.49; R. Watson, horse, 169.00; Wells & 
Emmerson, blanket, 11.00. Sundries — freight, 21.48; postage, 11.00; petty 
disbursements, 5.03 4,957 01 

Purchase and Planting of Wild Rice Seed ($1,509.89) 

W. J. Doolittle, 940.00; L. Hoist, 33.15; Hudson's Bay Co., 252.85; A. Wilcox, 34.00. 

Sundries — express, 239.14; petty disbursements, 10.75 1,509 89 

Exhibits ($4,895.75) 

Band & Cole, installing tanks, 274.09; D. H. Besdick, ducks, 46.00; C. Brotherston, 
travelling expenses, 10.80; Brown Bros., Ltd., meats, 34.30; Canadian National 
Exhibition, tan bark, 23.05; A. Chevrier, bear cubs, 40.00; W. Chilton, travelling 
expenses, 35.80; Clatworthy & Son, Ltd., rent, 105.00; Department of Public 
Highways, truck hire, 20.05; Dominion of Canada Guarantee & Accident Insur- 
ance Co., premiums, 36.00; Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co., premium, 
20.40; W. L. Donnelly, electrical supplies, 119.27; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., sheeting, 
17.05; M. Edleston, milk, 11.75; W. Ewers, services, 25.00; Ellis Bros., Ltd., 
trophies, 170.00; Evans Scenery Co., charts, etc., 287.31; Evening Telegram, 
advertising, 22.20; F. Fenningsdorf, prize fox pups, 25.00; S. A. Frost, fern9, 
67.50; W. H. Gray, chain links, 109.00; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., wire, 23.51; 
C. Hartman, travelling expenses, 76.02; J. W. Jones, travelling expenses, 124.91; 
Kelly Feed & Seed Co., feed, 80.57; R. G. Law, travelling expenses, 39.15; Rice 
Lewis & Son, Ltd., hardware, 78.17; McAuliffe-Grimes Lumber Co., Ltd., lumber, 



Carried forward 678,784 60 



1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF GAME AND FISHERIES J 25 

Brought forward 678,784 60 

Exhibits — Continued 

377.96; R. R. McCord, rent of tables, 16.00; K. McDonald & Sons, Ltd., salt, 
18.50; Pay list, wages of men, 1,602.09; L. B. Pollock, prize, 25.00; F. Pringle, sod, 
25.00; N. H. Qmnlan, travelling expenses, 19.55; W. A. Rankin, Ltd., hardware, 
131.27; Ruthdene-Brett Silver Black Fox Co., Ltd., fox pups, 50.00; E. Sabourin, 
trees, 115.80; G. A. C. Secord, travelling expenses, 41.90; B. Slattery, Ltd., meat, 
26.55; G. Stephenson, travelling expenses, 83.11; R. Strang, travelling expenses, 
10.82; Sun Sign Studio, display cards, 103.50; Toronto Ready Mix Concrete, 
Ltd., concrete, 13.21 ; J. E. Turner, travelling expenses, 93.00. Sundries — express, 
64.96; freight, 19.06; telephone, 25.30; petty disbursements, 111.27 4,895 75 

Adjustment of Claims ($150.00) 

A. J. Woodward, loss of personal effects: 150 00 

Annual Membership Fees to Associations ($6.00) 

American Fisheries Society, 3.00; American Game Protective Association, 1.00; 

International Association of Game and Fisheries Commissioners, 2.00 6_00 

Unforeseen and Unprovided ($28.65) 

King's Printer, badges, 5.75; P. McGibbon, professional services, 2.00; D. A. Parkhill, 

M.D., professional services, 20.90 28 65 

Sundry Enquiries and Investigations ($2,380.90) 

Committee on Game Fish Situation, 1928-30 

Professor B. A. Bensley, special services, 500.00; C. N. Candel, special services, 
500 00; F. Clitheroe, typing reports, 178.80; W. J. K. Harkness, special services, 
500.00; Hon. F. G. Macdiarmid, special services, 500.00; expenses, 200.00; petty 
disbursements, 2.10 2,380 90 

Grants for Special Services in Connection with Crown Game 
Preserves ($800.00) 

T. N. Jones, 200.00; E. L. Marsh, 200.00; J. Miner, 400.00 800 00 

Grants ($500.00) 

Lake Erie Fishermen's Association, 400.00; Lake Huron and Georgian Bay Fisher- 
men's Association, 100.00 500 00 

General $454,355.45 

Total Expenditure, Department of Game and Fisheries $687,545.90 



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Government House 16 

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Osgoode Hall 23 

Public Works (Bridges) 37 

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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

Hon. G. S. Henry Minister (Statutory) 8,749 90 

Hon. Dr. J. D. Monteith. ... " " 1,250 06 



MAIN OFFICE 

Salaries ($69,583.48) 

Geo. Hogarth Deputy Minister 12 months 

E. Purvis Secretary to Minister 12 " 

A. J. Halford Engineer 12 " 



Assistant Engineer 12 

Senior Draughtsman 12 

Architect 10 

Assistant Architect 12 

Architectural Draughtsman 12 

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J. W. Hackner 
J. A. Michaud 
F. R. Heakes. 
Geo. White. . . 
E. M.Allen. . 
A. C. B. Nicol 

E.H.Russell " " 12 

A.Grant " " 12 

W. B. Hackett " " 12 

A. Blyth " " 12 

R.J.Roberts " " 12 

A.M.Taylor " " 12 

F.I. M.Owen " " 12 

Sidney Wood Principal Clerk, Architect's Branch. ... 12 

Duncan McLean Clerk, Architect's Branch 12 

Digby Horrell Head Clerk 12 

C. Kentleton Accountant 12 

A. C. Smith Senior Clerk 12 

M. St. Charles Secretarial Stenographer 12 



F. Wiley Clerk Stenographer . 

W. Tobin " " 

D.B.Gillis. " * 

Margaret Creswick " 

M.D.Ross " " 

Edward Meagher Clerk Stenographer, Engineer's Branch 

G. Forrester Messenger and Collector 

L. G. Odam Office Appliance Operator 



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2,000 00 
4,000 00 
3,300 00 
2,300 00 
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1,600 00 
1,500 00 
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1,300 00 
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Contingencies ($8,596.36) 

Temporary Services. — H. L. M. Dymond, draughtsman at 100.00 per mo. 
Ruby Nelson, clerk typist at 62.50 per mo., 79.33 



1,200.00; 



Advertising. — Ayr News, 4.50; Belleville Intelligencer, 6.75; Brantford Expositor, 
5.40; Canadian Engineer, 29.40; Cochrane Northland Post, Ltd., 4.80; Contract 
Record, 32.00; Daily Commercial News and Building Record, 24.00; Fort Frances 
Times, 4.00; Fort William Daily Times Journal, 4.00; Globe Printing Co., 
Toronto, 69.00; Gore Bay Recorder, 2.60; Guelph Daily Mercury, 7.50; The 
Haileyburian, 4.80; Hamilton Herald, 6.75; Hamilton Spectator, 6.75; Kenora 
Miner Publishing Co., 4.80; Kingston Whig-Standard, 9.00; London Free Press, 
9.00; Mail and Empire, Toronto, 66.00; North Bay Nugget, 8.50; Ontario 
Intelligencer, 15.75; Ottawa Journal Dailies, 9.00; Parry Sound Canadian, 
1.60; Peterborough Examiner, 5.40; Port Arthur News Chronicle, 3.50; Sault 
Daily Star, 4.80; Sentinel Review, Co. 13.50; Stratford Beacon-Herald, 5.60; 
Sudbury Star, 2.80; Toronto Daily Hebrew Journal, 24.00 

Miscellaneous. — Art Metropole, paper, scissors, etc., 944.16; Wm. Bennett, registra- 
tion fee, 17.16; Burroughs Adding Machine Co., Ltd., inspections, etc., 20.60; 
H. S. Crabtree, Ltd., paper, etc., 944.11; Grand & Toy, Ltd., folders, 14.00; 
W. H . Hoidge, valuator, 55.75; Instruments, Ltd., paper, 172.70; King's Printer, 
2,583.05; Might Directories, Ltd., 18.00; J. Frank Raw Co., Ltd., blueprints, 
etc., 1,317.63; Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd., club bag, 20.00; United Typewriter Co., 
Ltd., repairs and inspections, 151.77. Sundries — car tickets, 180.00; cartage, 
5.25; express, 89.38; freight, 6.36; newspapers and periodicals, 157.75; telegrams, 
183.50; petty disbursements, 40.36 



1,279 33 



395 50 



6,921 53 



Carried forward 78,179 84 



K16 



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No. 1 



Brought forward 78,179 84 

Public Works Department — Main Office — Continued 
Travelling Expenses ($3,260.85) 



E. M. Allen, 261.75; Alex Blyth, 81.50; W. B. Hackett, 3.55; J. W. Hackner, 743.82; 
A. J. Halford, 126.49; Geo. Hogarth, 172.83; J. A. Michaud, 488.62; A. C. B. 
Nichol, 77.10; R. J. Roberts, 338.28; A. M. Taylor, 40.45; Geo. White, 926.46. . 

Main Office $81,440.69 

MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS OF GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS 

GOVERNMENT HOUSE 

Salaries ($17,058.94) 

Thos. Lymer Steward 

H. Johnston Gardener 

W. J. Jackson Engineer 

J. Hornby Gardener 

A. Lindow " 

A. Brehurt " 

T. Vine Porter and Messenger 

T. Ellaby Cleaner and Helper 

H. Cate Fireman 

I. Whittaker Cleaner and Helper 

W. Hamilton " " 

J.Lauder " " 

E. Deans Housekeeper 



3,260 85 



12 months 


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Pay List for Assistant Gardeners and Repairs to Grounds ($3,332.35) 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., repairs to mower, 37.75; Department of Public Highways, 
rental of truck, 16.62; W. Graham, sod, 17.00; A. E. Jupp Construction Co., 
repairs to road, 400.00; S. McCord & Co., sand and rock, 79.54; Merck & Co., 
Ltd., calcium flakes, 16.20; Ontario Brick & Tile Plant, tile, 50.00; Pay list, wages 
of men, 1,939.70; Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd., shovels, brooms, etc., 14.60; D. 
Spence, trees, 64.00; Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., plants, 626.33; Toronto 
Transportation Commission, rental of snow plow, 20.50; W.Williamson Lumber 
Co., Ltd., lumber, etc., 50.11 

Water, Fuel, Light and Power ($9,477.61) 

Consumers' Gas Co., 512.96; Doan Coal Co., Ltd., 576.65; McColl-Frontenac Oil 
Co., Ltd., 6,085.05; Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 1,320.52; Treasurer, 



City of Toronto, 982.43 



Repairs and Contingencies ($12,697.02) 



3.332 35 



9,477 61 



Advance Window Cleaning Co., cleaning windows, 227.50; Fred Armstrong Co., 
Ltd., plumbing supplies, 46.43; Ault and Wiborg Co., Ltd., paints, 30.45; 
Baker Carpet Cleaning Co., cleaning carpets, etc., 642.53; Canadian General 
Electric Co., Ltd., electrical supplies, 211.42; Canada Paint Co., Ltd., paint, 
32.45; Canadian Westinghouse Co., Ltd., lamps, 106.40; City Chimney Cleaning 
Co., service, 17.00; Consolidated Plate Glass Co., Ltd., glass, 21.65; Darling 
Bros., bellows, etc., 112.00; Douglas Bros., repairs, 44.93; Empire Window Co., 
225.70; Garlock Packing Co., gaskets, etc., 33.94; Higgins Manufacturing Co., 
Ltd., screens, 72.40; John Inglis Co., Ltd., plug, etc., 62.99; Interlake Tissue 
Mills Co., Ltd., paper, 29.25; W. Junor, Ltd., china, 18.90; King's Printer, 
1,603.90; R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., Ltd., lumber, 10.55; Langleys, Ltd., cleaning 
curtains, 744.86; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., hardware, 13.29; Masco Co., Ltd., 
lamps, 40.17; Merck & Co., Ltd., acid, 18.00; Monastery of Our Lady of Charity, 
laundry, 523.54; S. McCord & Co., Ltd., cement, 53.06; J. C. McLaren Belting 
Co., Ltd., belting, 19.27; Parkers Dye Works, cleaning, 86.18; Pay lists, wages 
of men, 4,874.61; Robinson Clay Products, Ltd., firebrick, 80.00; Robert Simpson 
Co., Ltd., furnishings, 2,022.97; Smart-Turner Machine Co., Ltd., pump, 
28.00; Steele Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., plants, 73.80; Stevenson & Madden, repairs, 
41.20; Trelco, Ltd., paint, 25.35; United Typewriter Co., Ltd., repairs, 21.45; 
John Vokes & Son, Ltd., coping, 47.00; Whirlwind Carpet Cleaners, cleaning, 
etc., 233.48; W. Williamson Lumber Co., Ltd., lumber, 112.41; petty disburse- 
ments, 87.99 12,697 02 



Carried forward 124,006 61 



1929-30 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



K17 



Brought forward 124,006 61 

Government House — Continued 

Furniture and Furnishings ($5,731.37) 

J. Catto Co., Ltd., spreads, 216.00; Haynes Art Gallery, hanging pictures, 1.65; 
Ryrie-Birks, Ltd., repairing clock, 6.50; Robert Simpson Co., Ltd., furnishings, 
5,371.62; Stevenson .& Madden, repairs, 132.90; Trelco, Ltd., sponges, 2.70 5,731 37 



Uniforms for Messengers, Gardeners, and Other Help ($155.00) 

Robert Simpson Co., Ltd 

Telephone Service ($797.04) 

The Bell Telephone Co 

Renewing Curbs and Gutters and Repairs to Sidewalks in Grounds 

$4,475.19) 

Canadian Engineer, advertising, 9.00; Contract Record & Engineering Review, 
advertising, 9.00; Daily Commercial News & Building Record, advertising, 
6.75; Globe Printing Co., Ltd., advertising, 13.50; Johnson Bros., Ltd., renewing 
concrete walks, 4,423.44; Mail and Empire, advertising, 13.50 



155 00 



797 04 



4,475 19 



PARLIAMENT AND DEPARTMENTAL BUILDINGS 



Salaries ($154,344.23) 



Walter Blackwell Housekeeper. 


12 months 2,700 00 


M. J. Collier Assistant Housekeeper. . . .12 


1 1,800 00 


W. P. Thompson Cleaner and Helper 12 


< 1,500 00 


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J. Whyte " ' 


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1 1,400 00 


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1 1,400 00 


T. Durkin " ' 


1 12 


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M. Bryan " ' 


1 12 


1 1,400 00 


J. Carroll " * 


1 12 


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J. Johnston " ' 


1 12 


1 1,400 00 


R. Shriner " ' 


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W. Bain " * 


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T. Buttress " ' 


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A. R. Sherwood " ' 


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S. Mcllroy " * 


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F. Jones " ' 


* 12 


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J. Brown " ' 


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1 12 


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1,400 00 


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W. J. Heaney " * 


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F. Hilliard " * 


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1 1,400 00 


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1 12 


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191,121 91 




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191,121 91 



Salaries — Continued 



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R. Urquhart Cleaner and Helper 12 months 

J. W. Welch " " 12 " 

C.Collins " " 

Wm. J. Kane " " 

Geo. F. McCaig " " 

T. G. Goulding " " 

C. Carlyle Porter and Messenger 

J.S.Day.. " 

S. McKenzie Elevator 

T. L. Cordell " 

Geo. Anderson " 

M. Button " 

J.W.Smith " 

G. Sowray " 

S. Pears Watchman 12 

R. Curzon " 12 

M. J. Dodds " 12 

A. Kennedy " 12 

J. Gillis " 12 

H. W. Watson " 12 

E. Longstaff Speaker's Messenger 12 

Thos. Burns Stationary Engineer 12 

Henry G. Walsh " " East Block 12 

J. Bennett Assistant Stationary Engineer 12 

S. T. Pearson " " " 12 

W.G.Sheridan " " " 12 

S.J.Bredin " " " 12 

Edward Stanley Assistant Mason 9 



J. Stitt Fireman 

J. Bartley " 

G.F. Pownall " 

F. Cope « 

Jas. Gillespie " 

J. Scriven " 

N. Pellow " 

W. Edmonds " 

J. J. Meagher Head Gardener, 

P. Quigley Gardener 

W. Pierce " 

T. Goulding " 

W. Douglas " 

R. Fish " 

M. Gott. 



12 
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Head Telephone Operator 12 

12 
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E. Devlin Telephone Operator 

C. E. I. Dean " " 

M. Wale " " 

I.Penrose " " 

Maud M. Connolly " " 

Agnes C. Beverly " " 

Ada M. Hazard " " 

May D.Smith " " 

E. M. Sexsmith Telegraph Operator 

W. Marwood Clerk 

S. W. Lowe Assistant Telegraph Operator 

Elizabeth Turner Laundress 

Annie Brown Charwoman 

Elizabeth Beck " 

Rose A. Brady " 

Edith R. Clarke " 

Mary Clark " 

Isabella Connell 

Elizabeth Craik u 

Lilly Dursley " 

Annie Grant * 



1,300 00 

1,300 00 

1,000 00 

862 50 

862 50 

862 50 

1,350 00 

1,200 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

750 00 

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2,000 00 

1,600 00 

1,600 00 

1,600 00 

1,525 00 

888 20 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

1,600 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

1,000 00 

1.800 00 

1,200 00 

1,300 00 

1,125 00 

1,125 00 

797 25 

787 50 

806 25 

787 50 

1,600 00 

1,050 00 

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825 00 

775 00 

775 00 

775 00 

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1929-1930 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



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Parliament and Departmental Buildings — Continued 
Salaries — Continued 



Mary Gordon 

Amy W. Kerby .... 

Florence Lee 

Florence McKay. . . 
Margaret Morrant . . 

Eliza Osborne 

Ellen Power 

Mary Smith 

Mary Edgar 

E. Fairacre 

Helen Kilbride..... 
Margaret E. Morris. 
Elizabeth Perkins . . 

F. Taylor 

Agnes McFaul 

Johan White 

A. Burton 

A. Cookes 

M. Sloman 

C. Stewart 

B. Cotton 

I. Dickson 

A. Atkinson 

M. Budd. 

E. Havelin 

M. Wilson 

J. Woods 

J. M. Ringham .... 
Emily Phypers 



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Water and Fuel ($30,143.39) 
Burns & Co., Ltd., 2.90; Bursar, University of Toronto, 53.40; Doan Coal Co., 
Ltd., 916.98; Hospital for Sick Children, 3.40; Lake Simcoe Ice & Fuel, Ltd., 
36.00; Milnes Coal Co., Ltd., 28,335.74; Treasurer, City of Toronto, 

4,854.97 34,203 39 

Less refunded (cost of heating Pathological Building) 4,060 00 



Electric Power, Light and Gas ($23,497.01) 
Consumers Gas Co., 2,726.38; Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 20,770.63 

Supplies, Tools, etc. and General Repairs ($14,358.16) 
Affiliated Engineering Companys, Ltd., tile and cement, 1,450.00; Aikenhead 
Hardware, Ltd., hardware, 97.16; Baines & David, Ltd., steel, 16.92; Beldams 
Asbestos Co., Ltd., packing, etc., 30.10; Can. Building Material, fire brick, 
323.00; Can. Elevator Equipment Co., brushes, 10.32; Can. Gasket Co., gaskets, 
26.95; Can. Industries, Ltd., acid, 26.70; Can. Ice Machine Co., Ltd., parts, etc., 
83.10; Can. Johns-Manville Co., Ltd., asbestos, 29.96; Can. Rumley Co., Ltd., 
tools, 110.55; Combustion Engineering Corp., Ltd., stokers, 7,250.00; Darling 
Bros., Ltd., valves, 63.75; Department of Public Highways, repairs, etc., 44.93; 
C. A. Dunham Co., Ltd., repairs, 31.36; Empire Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 
supplies, 32.00; Garlock Packing Co., Ltd., coils, 29.66; J. T. Hepburn, Ltd., 
supplies, 67.50; A. R. Holmes, Ltd., rent of compressor, 42.50; Ideal Welding 
Co., welding, 34.00; J. Inglis Co., Ltd., repairs, 15.94; Instruments, Ltd., charts, 
etc., 48.00; Johnson Temperature Regulating Co., Ltd., disc, 16.25; A. S. Leitch 
Co., Ltd., supplies, 51.90; Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., hardware, 32.77; McColl- 
Frontenac Oil Co., Ltd., oil, 156.08; S. McCord & Co., Ltd., cement, 86.09; 
McMaster-Jacob Engineering Co., Ltd., supplies, 73.22; MacLean Underfeed 
Stoker Co., Ltd., bars, etc., 261.20; J. H. Mason Engineering Co., cement, 
331.92; Mason Regulator Co., Ltd., valve, 61.56; G. B. Meadows, Ltd., tools, 
etc., 238.80; H. Morris Crane & Hoist Co., Ltd., supplies, 75.52; J. Morrison 
Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd., supplies, 86.75; North American Refractories, brick, 
180.00; Pay list, wages of men, 1,584.85; E. Pullan, Wipers & Waste Co., Ltd., 
cloth, 68.64; Purdy-Mansell, Ltd., supplies, 46.00; Rogers Electric Co., Ltd., 
supplies, 12.23; Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., seed, 47.20; G. S. Sterne & Sons, 



30,143 39 
23,497 01 



Carried forward 343,149 84 



K20 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 343,149 84 

Parliament and Departmental Buildings — Continued 
Supplies, Tools, etc. and General Repairs — Continued 

Ltd., cement, etc., 522.17; Sturgeons, Ltd., paint, 21.56; Supplies & Insulation 
Co., packing, 67.58; Trelco, Ltd., paint, 20.00; W. Walker & Son, Ltd., cord, 
etc., 13.19; Webster-Inglis, Ltd., hardware, 17.50; E. D. Wilkes & Co., Ltd., 
regulator, 286.00; W. Williamson Lumber Co., Ltd., lumber, 31.82. Sundries — 
freight, 24.80; petty disbursements, 78.16 14,358 16 

Caretakers of Grounds and Maintenance of Grounds, Drives and 
Walks ($3,813.43) 

Can. Building Materials, Ltd., gravel, 140.62; Can. General Electric Co., Ltd., 
Christmas decorations, 160.00; Cedarvale Tree Experts, moving tree, 250.00; 
Department of Public Highways, rent of trucks, etc., 237.33; W. Graham, loan, 
378.00; S. McCord & Co., Ltd., sand, 13.94; Merck & Co., Ltd., acid, 75.60; T. 
E. O'Reilly, Chemicals, Ltd., chloride, 37.00; Pay list, wages of men, 1,355.25; 
R. Simpson Co., Ltd., tools, 12.30; D. Spence, Ltd., bulbs, 930.47; Steele, Briggs 
Seed Co., Ltd., seed, 25.20; Swift-Canadian Co., Ltd., vigoro, 80.00; Taylor- 
Forbes Co., Ltd., law mowers, 101.35; Treasurer, City of Toronto, signs, 12.00; 
petty disbursements, 4.37 3,813 43 

Repairs and Cleaning of Buildings, etc. ($87,873.48) 

Repairs. — Acme Lighting Products, supplies, 33.16; Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 
hardware, 928.80; Allanson Armature Co., Ltd., repairs, 49.00; Architectural 
Bronze & Iron Co., Ltd., casements, 69.40; F. Armstrong Co., Ltd., plumbing 
supplies, 1,117.67; Art Metropole, lamps, etc., 217.35; Baines & David, Ltd., 
supplies, 43.55; Beldams Asbestos, Ltd., packing ,etc, 87.00; Belleville Hardware 
& Lock Manufacturing Co., Ltd., keys. 33.05; Biggar Key Store, keys, 41.00; 
Booth Signs, Ltd., lettering, 80.85; Bond Engineering Works, Ltd., castors, 54.10; 
S. F. Bowser Co., Ltd., pump, 269.61; Brantford Roofing Co., Ltd., supplies, 
33.86; Can. Elevator Equipment Co., Ltd., supplies, 16.48; Canadian Fairbanks- 
Morse Co., Ltd., supplies, 21.20; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., electrical 
supplies, 1,405.71; Can. General Steel Wares, Ltd., supplies, 15.76; Canadian 
Johns-Manville Co., Ltd., pipe covering, etc., 249.97; Can. Laco Lamps, Ltd., 
lamps, 488.82; Canadian Westinghouse Co., Ltd., lamps, 479.81; Can. Wire & 
Cable Co., Ltd., cord, 156.51; Consolidated Plate Glass Co., Ltd., glass, 273.39; 
Coulter Copper & Brass Co., Ltd., supplies, 18.45; Crane, Ltd., plumbing supplies, 
16.52; Darling Bros., Ltd., radiator supplies, 231.37; Day Sign Co., Ltd., lettering, 
202.03; Department of Public Works, truck rental and repairs, 568.46; Diamond 
State Fibre Co., supplies, 19.57; W. E. Dillon Co., Ltd., fittings and repairs, 
747.18; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., plates, etc., 63.52; Douglas Bros., repairs, 
311.53; C. A. Dunham Co., Ltd., repairs, 39.20; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., linoleum, 
etc., 274.42; F. A. Ellis, repairing clocks, 18.00; Empire Brass Manufacturing 
Co., Ltd., supplies, 109.33; English Electric Co., Ltd., motor, etc., 84.40; General 
Sound Equipment, Ltd., electrical supplies, 94.60; General Steel Wares, Ltd., 
hardware, 34.38; Grinnell Co., Ltd., plumbing supplies, 58.09; Grand & Toy, 
Ltd., repairs, etc., 112.00; Gutta Percha & Rubber Co., Ltd., hose, etc., 29.20; 
Gurney Scale Co., Ltd., repairing scales, 224.00; Heintzman & Co., Ltd., tuning 
piano, etc., 24.00; J. T. Hepburn, valves, etc., 42.00; A. E. Hill Co., Ltd., repairs, 
33.35; Hippo Products Co., repairs, 10.00; Ideal Welding Co., Ltd., repairs, 
12.00; Inspector of Weights and Measures, 12.00; Italian Mosaic & Tile Co., 
Ltd., repairs, 28.35; A. Johnston, concrete work, 450.00; Johnson Temperature 
Regulating Co., Ltd., supplies, 150.44; King's Printer, 203.55; R. Laidlaw 
Lumber Co., Ltd., lumber, 423.35; A. S. Leitch Co., Ltd., supplies, 19.74; Rice 
Lewis & Son, Ltd., hardware, 179.15; Lowe Bros., Ltd., paint, 39.20; Mahaffy 
Iron Works, Ltd., supplies, 36.60; C. Marwood, repairs, 61.25; Masco Co., Ltd., 
electrical supplies, 726.13; S. McCord Co., Ltd., cement, etc., 181.41; McGregor- 
Mclntyre Co., Ltd., supplies, 13.73; McMaster-Jacob Engineering Co., Ltd., 
supplies, 51.84; G. B. Meadows, Ltd., screens, 15.00; Metal Studios, Ltd., 
supplies, 14.70; J. Morrison Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., supplies, 272.79; 
Northern Electric Co., Ltd., electrical supplies, 1,103.31; Otis-Fensom Elevator 
Co., Ltd., elevator supplies, 733.76; Pay list, wages of men, 58,393.02; E. F. 
Phillips Electrical Works, supplies, 53.10; E. W. Playford, supplies, 12.00; 
Purdy-Mansell, Ltd., supplies, 40.48; Roofers Supply Co., Ltd., supplies, 13.76; 
J. A. Seraver Manufacturing Co., Ltd., supplies, 20.76; Sheppard & Gill Lumber 
Co., Ltd., lumber, 107.42; Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd., repairs and furnishings, 



Carried forward 361,321 43 



1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS K 21 

Brought forward 361,321 43 

Parliament and Departmental Buildings — Continued 
Repairs and Cleaning of Buildings, etc. — Continued 

Repairs — Continued 

409.27; Smart -Turner Machine Co., Ltd., pump, etc., 358.21; Solex Co., Ltd., 
lamps, 93.26; D. Square Co., electrical supplies, 22.67; Steele, Briggs Seed Co., 
Ltd., flax, 23.70; J. J. Taylor, Ltd., moving safe, 137.00; Taylor-Forbes Co., 
Ltd., supplies, 671.00; Thomson Monument Co., Ltd., lettering, 764.90; City 
of Toronto, elevator fees, 65.00; Toronto Ready Mixed Concrete Co., concrete, 
242.05; Trane Co., Ltd., heating supplies, 50.66; Trelco Co., Ltd., supplies, 
24.90; Turnbull Elevator Co., Ltd., repairs, 31.20; United Typewriter Co., 
Ltd., inspection and repairs, 10.38; W. Walker & Sons, Ltd., hardware, 238.13; 
Wells Bros. Amusement Co., rewinder, 24.25; W. Williamson Lumber Co., Ltd., 
lumber, 559.97; petty disbursements, 105.13 76,732 17 

Cleaning and Supplies. — A. C. Co., Ltd., supplies, 21.00; Advance Window Cleaning 
Co., cleaning windows, 924.98; Alpha Chemical Co., Ltd., soap, 528.41; Bailey 
Meter Co., pans, 16.95; Beaver Laundry Machinery Co., Ltd., wool, 30.18; 
Clean-Rite, Ltd., cleaning, 38.00; G. Cooke Co., Ltd., wax, 180.00; M. J. Corcoran 
polish, 40.00; Cudahy Packing Co., cleanser, 29.11; Diamond Cleanser, Ltd., 
powder, 776.30; Dustbane Products, Ltd., supplies, 59.42; E. B. Eddy Co., 
Ltd., paper, 826.00; Excelsior Brushes, Ltd., brooms, etc., 1,018.16; Harris 
Abattoir Co., Ltd., soap, 92.00; Haynes Art Gallery, cleaning paintings, 525.00; 
Interlake Tissue Mills, Ltd., towels, etc., 1,245.55; Lever Bros., Ltd., soap, 
71.06; MacKinnon Sales, soap, 291.00; McColl Bros., Ltd., soap, 39.44; McColl- 
FrontenacOil Co., Ltd., soap, 325.75; McGann & Naylor, laying carpets, 1,514.67; 
Neol Co., supplies, 38.50; Nichol Chemical Co., Ltd., soda, 75.00; E. Pullan 
Wipers & Waste Co., Ltd., cloth, 87.50; Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd., soap, etc., 
240.84; So-Clean, Ltd., supplies, 610.25; Textan Co., Ltd., supplies, 45.00; 
Utility Products, Ltd., bleach, 10.00; Veterans' Cleansers Supply Co., mop 
wringers, 27.90; Whirlwind Carpet Cleaners, cleaning, 62.04; G. H. Wood Co., 
Ltd., cups, 1,337.00; petty disbursements, 14.30 11,141 31 

Vault Fittings and Shelving ($3,506.17) 

Goldie & McCulloch Co., Ltd., door, 208.00; R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., Ltd., shelving, 
989.50; Steel Equipment Co., Ltd., cases, 1,420.00; J. J. Taylor, Ltd., door, 
503.00; W. Williamson Lumber Co., Ltd., lumber, 385.67 3,506 17 

Furniture and Furnishings for Buildings ($44,501.00) 

Airway Branch of Toronto, electrical appliances, 79.00; B. Cairns, Ltd., signs, 
25.00; Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., trucks, etc., 111.39; Canadian 
General Electric Co., Ltd., electrical supplies, 311.33; Can. Speedo Co., hardware, 
25.00; Canadian Westinghouse Co., Ltd., lamps, 39.40; Cassidy's, Ltd., glassware 
and china, 329.63; Consolidated Plate Glass Co., Ltd., glass, 48.09; Day Sign 
Co., Ltd., signs, 30.00; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., table top, 11.50; Douglas 
Bros., screen, 31.18; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., linoleum, etc., 1,998.36; E. B. Eddy 
Co., Ltd., cabinets, 26.10; Fairgrieve & Son, Ltd., metal boxes, 40.00; General 
Steel Wares, Ltd., urns, etc., 81.75; Grand & Toy, Ltd., office furniture, 5,958.45; 
Haynes Art Gallery, frames, etc., 42.75; Interlake Tissue Mills Co., Ltd., cabinets, 
10.20; R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., Ltd., cupboards, etc., 1,106.00; Magical Electric 
Fires, grate, 67.50; Masco Co., Ltd., lamp, 13.11; G. B. Meadows, Ltd., racks, 
70.00; Mitchell & McGill, office furniture, 604.25; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 
chair, 10.85; Ontario Reformatory Industries, furniture, 105.00; Office Specialty 
Manufacturing Co., Ltd., office furniture, 15,256.35; Preston Noelting, Ltd., 
furniture, 285.00; Province of Ontario Pictures, picture frames, 924.20; G. 
Rathbone Lumber Co., Ltd., cabinets, etc., 79.14; L. Rawlinson, chairs, 180.00; 
Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd., furnishings, 3,911.50; Steel Equipment Co., Ltd., 
cabinets, etc., 5,392.30; Soldiers' Comforts (Women's League), Speaker's chair 
and stool, 350.00; G. Sparrow & Co., kitchen equipment, 144.05; Toronto Office 
Furniture Co., desks, etc., 1,520.90; C. R. Turnbull Co., Ltd., cabinets, etc., 
2,932.20; W. Walker & Son, Ltd., hardware, 175.02; C. J. Welford, cabinet, 
75.00; W. Williamson Lumber Co., Ltd., cupboards, etc., 1,256.84; G. H. Wood 
Co., Ltd., drying machine, etc., 700.00. Sundries — freight, 62.72; telegrams, 
19.10; petty disbursements, 60.84 44,501 00 



Carried forward 497,202 08 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



No. 1 



Brought forward 

Parliament and Departmental Buildings — Continued 

Interior Alterations ($12,940.57) 

Acme Lighting Products, electrical supplies, 32.49; F. Armstrong Co., Ltd., plumbing 
supplies, 217.67; Baines & David, Ltd., iron, 18.06; J. Black, brackets, 13.50; 
Canada Hardware, Ltd., hardware, 130.67; Canadian Ornamental Iron Co., 
Ltd., moving stairway, 150.00; Consolidated Plate Glass Co., Ltd., glass, 61.60; 
R. C. Dancy & Co., plastering, 48.50; Department of Public Highways, repairs, 
17.28; Dictograph Products Corporation, installation, 90.00; W. E. Dillon & 
Co., Ltd., iron ducts, etc., 793.90; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., beams, etc., 
132.80; Douglas Brothers, Ltd., vent work, 1,683.73; Empire Brass Manufac- 
turing Co., Ltd., plumbing supplies, 199.00; Grand & Toy, Ltd., holders, 29.00; 
Grinnell Company of Canada, Ltd., plumbing, 42.64; W. J. Hynes, Ltd., plaster- 
ing, 218.18; International Varnish Co., Ltd., paint, 13.95; R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., 
Ltd., alterations and lumber, 3,181.07; J. Leckie, Ltd., wire, 15.17; Rice Lewis 
& Son, Ltd., hardware, 30.62; S. McCord Co., Ltd., cement, etc., 134.53; Masco 
Co., Ltd., electrical supplies, 24.96; G. B. Meadows, Ltd., partitions, 425.00; 
J. Morrison Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., plumbing supplies, 302.61; National 
Cabinet Co., Ltd., cases, 22.50; National Fire Proofing Company of Canada 
Ltd., partitions, 76.50; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., electrical supplies, 73.92 
Ontario Brick & Tile Plant, tile and brick, 132.78; Pay list, wages of men, 3,188.05 
G. Rathbone Lumber Co., Ltd., doors, 57.63; Rice Wire Works, partition 
86.80; Robert Simpson Co., Ltd., felt, etc., 60.26; D. Square Company of Canada 
Ltd., electrical supplies, 67.40; Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd., vents, etc., 138.74; To 
ronto Brick Co., Ltd., brick, 27.73; J. Vokes & Son, Ltd., alterations, 576.00 
W. Walker & Son, Ltd., hardware, 15.46; W. Williamson Lumber Co., Ltd. 
door frames, etc., 383.98; petty disbursements, 25.89 



497,202 08 



12,940 57 



2.499 46 



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Flowers, Shrubs, Plants, etc. ($2,499.46) 

Miller & Sons, flowers, 2,255.56; D. Spence, Ltd., plants, 39.65; Steele, Briggs Seed 
Co., Ltd., bulbs, etc., 204.25 

Uniforms for Messengers and Attendants ($32.00) 

Robert Simpson Co. , Ltd 

Painting, Outside and Inside Work ($19,368.57) 

Arco Co., Ltd., 10.80; Atlas Chemical Co., 48.00; Ault & Wiborg Co., Ltd., 232.50; 
Canada Paint Co., Ltd., 491.74; Excelsior Brushes, Ltd., 140.07; Imperial 
Varnish & Colour Co., Ltd., 31.36; International Varnish Co., Ltd., 223.84; Lowe 
Brothers Co., Ltd., 244.77; Pay list, wages of men, 17,237.14; E. Pullan Wipers 
& Waste Co., Ltd., 41.00; Robert Simpson Co., Ltd., 140.11; M. Sinclair Co., 
Ltd., 31.04; Trelco, Ltd., 461.85; petty disbursements, 34.35 19,368 57 

Telephone Service ($48,836.47) 

Bell Telephone Co., switchboard operation 47,063 06 

Temporary Services of Operators. — Agnes B. Beverley, at 81.25 per mo., 250.75; 
Maud Connolly, at 78.00 per month, 234.00; A. M. Hazzard, at 81.25 per mo., 
243.75; G. D. Quance, at 2.50 per night, 105.00; Aileen D. Sharpe, at 62.50 per 
mo., 64.90; at 81.25 per mo., 631.26; M. D. Smith, at 81.25 per mo., 243.75 1,773 41 

Ground Rent, No. 47 Queen's Park ($182.25) 

Bursar, University of Toronto 182 25 

Fire Protection including Clothing for Men ($213.58) 

Canadian Rumley Co., Ltd., 15.84; Gutta Percha & Rubber Co., Ltd., 84.07; Lyman 
Brothers & Co., Ltd., 4.74; J. Lumbers Co., Ltd., 7.67; Pyrene Manufacturing 
Co., Ltd., 68.76; H. Williams, 22.50; Wilson & Cousins, Ltd., 10.00 213 58 

Taxes, Spadina House ($6,402.38) 

Treasurer, City of Toronto 6,402 38 

Brought forward 587,677 36 



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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 



K23 



Brought forward 587,677 36 



OSGOODE HALL 



Salaries ($22,560.76) 



N. J. Harrison Housekeeper. 



A. Bitton 

C. Alderman Cleaner and Helper , 

Wm. Brown " " . 

J. T. Lister " 

M. Ruddock " 

J. H. Best " " . 

J. C. Spratley " 

M. Sutherland Janitress 

A. McCann " 

F. Harrison Laundress 



Elevator Attendant 12 



T. Cunnerty Stationary Engineer 5>£ 

T. McPortland Fireman 

S. Paquin " 

J. Faragher " 

B. M. Freestone Switchboard Attendant 

Jane Priest Charwoman 

Margaret Clarke " 

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Fuel, Light, Water and Power ($4,149.54) 

Belle Ewart Ice Co., 394.38; Consumers' Gas Co., 94.48; Doan Coal Co., Ltd., 
137.69; Milnes Coal Co., Ltd., 2,559.18; Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 

2,248.77; Treasurer, City of Toronto, 247.51 5,682 01 

Less refunded (proportion cost heating Osgoode Hall) 1,532 47 



4,149 54 



Furniture and Incidentals ($3,589.62) 

Can. Flood Lighting Co., lamps, 11.83; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., sup- 
plies, 54.29; Day Sign Co., Ltd., lettering, 64.48; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., linoleum, 
etc., 1,271.31; E. B. Eddy Co., Ltd., cabinets, 21.20; Grand & Toy, Ltd., furni- 
ture, 345.55; Interlake Tissue Mills, Ltd., towels, etc., 179.11; McColl-Frontenac 
Oil Co., Ltd., oil, 18.55; Masco Co., Ltd., supplies, 26.07; G. B. Meadows, Ltd., 
cage, etc., 246.00; Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., Ltd., desks, etc., 361.60; 
Robert Simpson Co., Ltd., furniture, etc., 338.20; Steel Equipment Company of 
Canada, Ltd., cabinet, 31.50; Toronto Office Furniture Co., chairs, 142.00; 
W. Walker & Son, Ltd., hardware, 22.13; Whirlwind Carpet Cleaners, 95.01; 
E. D. Wilkes Co., charts, 18.00; W. Williamson Lumber Co., Ltd., cupboard, 
234.28; G. H. Wood Co., Ltd., cups, 78.00; petty disbursements, 30.51 

Telephone ($3,914.82) 
Bell Telephone Co., contract re operation of switchboard 



Cleaning of Building ($2,530.69) 

Cudahy Packing Co., cleanser, 14.55; Excelsior Brushes, Ltd., mops, etc., 48.69; 
General Steel Wares, Ltd., cans, 33.86; H. R. Lugsden, belt, 18.50; Ontario 
Soap & Oil Co., soap, 184.95; Pay list, wages of charwomen, 2,104.79; E. Pullan 
Wipers & Waste Co., Ltd., cloths, 28.50; Robert Simpson Co., Ltd., soap, 69.35; 
G. H. Wood & Co., Ltd., soap, 11.50; petty disbursements, 16.00 

Fire Protection ($5.03) 
J. Lumbers Co., Ltd., soda, 3.92; Lyman Brothers & Co., Ltd., acid, 1.11 



General Repairs ($7,851.92) 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., hardware, 28.70; Allen General Supplies, Ltd., irons, 
etc., 127.43; F. Armstrong Co., Ltd., plumbing supplies, 82.50; Beldams Asbestos 
Co., Ltd., tubing, etc., 16.94; Canadian Johns-Manville Co., Ltd., supplies, 23.21; 
Consolidated Plate Glass Co., Ltd., glass, 32.95; Department of Public Highways, 
rental of truck, etc , 18.63; W. E. Dillon Co., Ltd., gutter, 69.00; Douglas Bros., 
Ltd., installing pipe, 33.00; Empire Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., plumbing 



3.589 62 



3,914 82 



2,530 69 



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Carried forward 624,427 82 



K24 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 624,427 82 

Osgoode Hall — Continued 
General Repairs — Continued 

supplies, 19.43; John Inglis Co., Ltd., repairs, 170.21; Lundy Fence Co., Ltd., 
welding, 18.00; Masco Co., Ltd., electrical supplies, 11.29; S. McCord & Co., 
Ltd., cement, etc., 35.02; James Morrison Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 
hardware, 28.02; Ontario Brick & Tile Plant, brick, 14.00; A. B. Ormsby Co., 
Ltd., steel screens, 3,016.00; Otis-Fensom Elevator Co., Ltd., locks and repairs, 
328.52; Pay list, wages of men, 3,307.45; Powerlite Devices, Ltd., globes, 11.43; 
Purdy-Mansell, Ltd., plumbing supplies, 14.10; Rogers Electric Co., Ltd., 
supplies, 13.17; Supplies & Insulation Co., Ltd., packing, 18.45; Taylor-Forbes 
Co., Ltd., plumbing supplies, 104.05; W. Walker & Son, Ltd., hardware, 217.25; 
W. Williamson Lumber Co., Ltd., sash, 59.62; petty disbursements, 33.55 7,851 92 

Electric Wiring and Fixtures ($110.59) 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 8.99; Otis-Fensom Elevator Co., Ltd., 28.00; 

Pay list, wages of men, 73.60 110 59 

Painting Interior and Exterior ($1,884.12) 

Ault & Wiborg Co., Ltd., 16.68; Canada Paint Co., Ltd., 62.82; International 
Varnish Co., Ltd., 17.87; Lowe Bros. Co., Ltd., 18.43; Pay list, wages of men, 
1,741.65; Trelco, Ltd., 26.22; petty disbursements, .45 1,884 12 

Fittings for Vaults and Offices ($895.00) 
Steel Equipment Co., Ltd 895 00 

EDUCATIONAL BUILDINGS 

TORONTO NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS 

Repairs, Alterations, Additions and Clearing Snow and Ice from 
Roof ($5,018.26) 

Fred Armstrong Co., Ltd., plumbing supplies, 70.72; Canadian General Electric Co. 
Ltd., electrical supplies, 67.95; Consolidated Plate Glass Co., Ltd., glass, 44.76; 
W. E. Dillon Co., Ltd., ventilators, pipe, etc., 191.50; Empire Brass Mfg. Co., 
Ltd., hot water heater, 13.00; W. J. Hynes, Ltd., plastering, 23.68; R. Laidlaw 
Lumber Co., Ltd., lumber, 53.55; Lundy Fence Co., Ltd., repairing fence, 188.50; 
Masco Co., Ltd., electrical supplies, 144.37; N. McKinnon, repairs to eavestrough, 
397.97; The James Morrison Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd., plumbing supplies, 13.36; 
Pay list, wages of men, 3,740.55; The Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd., wallpaper, 
17.42; Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd., plumbing supplies, 15.97; Trelco, Ltd., paint, 
20.97. Sundries— petty disbursements, 13.99 5,018 26 

Furniture and Furnishings ($525.54) 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., electric fixtures, 87.66; Hydro-Electric Power 
Commission, permit and inspection fee, 17.50; Moffatts, Ltd., hot plate, etc., 
308.50; Moyer Co., Ltd., blackboards, 69.85; George Rathbone Lumber Co., 
Ltd., cupboard, 39.00; W. Walker & Son, Ltd., hardware, 3.03 525 54 

Painting Interior and Exterior ($1,523.17) 

Canada Paint Co., Ltd., paint, etc., 71.83; Pay list, wages of men, 1,433.96; Trelco, 

Ltd., paint, etc., 17.38 1,523 17 

OTTAWA NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS 

Repairs and Incidentals ($790.37) 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., lamp, 10.37; McKinley & Northwood, Ltd., 

repairing and painting roof, 780.00 790 37 

Renewing Sidewalk from Elgin St. to Main Entrance ($594.00) 
Grant Bros. Construction Co., sidewalk 594 00 

Renewal of Fences ($425.00) 
McKinley & Northwood, Ltd., erecting fence 425 00 

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Brought forward 644,045 79 

LONDON NORMAL SCHOOL 

Repairs and Incidentals ($317.47) 

W. S. Caldwell, hardware, etc., 11.90; Fleming & Houghtby, tinsmithing, 16.58; 
Alex. Milne, plumbing supplies, 61.50; Wm. C. Northey, roofing material, 68.06; 
Public Utilities Commission, repairs to motor, 12.78; W. A. Reid, repairs to 
floors, etc., 146.65 317 47 

Painting Interior and Exterior ($234.00) 
Colerick Bros., painting, etc 234 00 

Renewing Electric Fixtures ($680.04) 

Public Utilities Commission, electric wiring 680 04 

HAMILTON NORMAL SCHOOL 

Repairs and Incidentals ($837.85) 

Hamilton Engine Packing Co., Ltd., asbestos packing, 20.50; R. Haygarth, plumbing 
supplies, 23.23; Chas. E. Holcombe, painting, 573.80; E. Reid, repairs to ceiling, 
20.00; John E. Riddell & Son, repairing roof, etc., 193.50; petty disbursements, 
6.82 837 85 

Painting Interior and Exterior ($280.00) 
J. Guest, painting, etc 280 00 

Renewing Electric Service and Wiring ($295.00) 
Culley Electric Co., installing service 295 00 

Renewing Electric Light Fixtures ($729.00) 
Culley Electric Co., installing fixtures 729 00 

PETERBOROUGH NORMAL SCHOOL 

Repairs and Incidentals ($70.63) 

Dominion Wheel & Foundries, Ltd., manhole cover, 12.50; Higgins Hardware Co., 
locks, 25.00; G. H. Hutchinson, plumbing supplies, 11.93; Purdy-Mansell, Ltd., 
plumbing supplies, 9.20; T. A. Redner, lock, 12.00 70 63 

Renewing Electric Service ($298.75) 
Grant & Thorpe, wiring 298 75 

Renewing Electric Fixtures ($636.82) 

Grant & Thorpe, installing fixtures 636 82 

STRATFORD NORMAL SCHOOL 

Repairs and Incidentals ($676.20) 

A. E. Cash, painting, 13.00; Fink & Love, repairs to roof and sidewalk, 442.00; Geo. 
Herman, removing trees, 18.00; Alf. Jones, removing trees, 18.00; Pay list, wages 
of men, 130.20; Public Utilities Commission, wiring, 55.00 676 20 

Painting Interior and Exterior ($990.00) 
A. E. Cash, painting 990 00 

Drain to Coal Vault and Waterproofing Walls of Coal Vault ($200.00) 
Fink & Love, repairs to coal vault 200 00 

Renewing Electric Service ($197.17) 
Public Utilities Commission, wiring 197 17 

Renewing Electric Fixtures ($525.00) 
Public Utilities Commission, installing fixtures . . •. 525 00 

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Brought forward 651,013 72 

NORTH BAY NORMAL SCHOOL 

Repairs and Incidentals ($71.35) 

Allanson Armature Exchange Co., repairing clock, 12.00; Canadian General Electric 
Co., Ltd., electrical supplies, 7.78; Electric Supply Co., testing ground wire, 
12.25; Garlock Packing Co., packing, 19.07; J. M. MacPherson, installing tank, 
20.25 71 35 

Renewing Electric Fixtures ($512.64) 

Acme Lighting Products, Ltd., electrical supplies, 269.54; Canadian General Electric 
Co., Ltd., electrical supplies, 10.52; Masco Co., Ltd., electrical supplies, 45.58; 
Pay list, wages of men, 181.20; Sundries — cartage, 3.72; express, 2.08 512 64 

BELLEVILLE SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF 

Repairs to Grounds, Roads and Walks ($10.40) 
Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., grass seed 10 40 

Repairs and Incidentals, including Painting and Repairs to Parapet 
Walls, Plastering, etc. ($7,361.50) 

Allatt Machine & Tool Co., gear, 12.50; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 
electrical supplies, 83.62; Corporation of the City of Belleville, repairs to hydrant, 
101.48; F. O. Diamond, services as inspector, 155.50; Fruit Machinery Co., 
repairs to boiler, hoppers, etc., 755.20; Gutta Percha & Rubber, Ltd., hose, 
spanners, etc., 480.65; Chas. L. Hyde, plumbing supplies and repairs to furnace, 
277.90; A. F. Lazier, painting, 35.00; A. S. Leitch & Co., Ltd., switch, etc., 28.00; 
John Lewis Co., Ltd., pipe, etc., 180.72; Masco Co., Ltd., electrical supplies, 
119.32; The James Morrison Brass Mfg. Co., Ltd., plumbing supplies, etc., 67.58; 
Northern Electric Co., Ltd., electrical supplies, 53.95; W. H. Oliphant, electrical 
supplies, 15.60; Patterson Construction Co., Ltd., supplying and installing scale, 
700.00; Pay list, wages of men, 846.90; Riley Engineering & Supply Co., Ltd., 
stokers, monorail, etc., 2,441.36; D. Square Co. of Canada, Ltd., boxes, 12.75; 
White Hardware Co., lime, etc., 151.40; R. P. White, slate roof, repairs, etc., 
703.02. Sundries— cartage, 137.65 ; freight, 1.40 7,361 50 

Painting Interior and Exterior ($1,906.75) 

Ontario Intelligencer, advertising re tenders, 6.75; Geo. C. Sprentall, painting, 

1,900.00 1,906 75 

Equipment, etc. ($3,270.95) 

A. W. Belleghen, furniture, 648.20; Canadian Laundry Machinery Co., Ltd., 
washing machine, 2,364.30; Canadian Westinghouse Co., Ltd., rewinding motor, 
52.92; Department of Public Highways, rental of truck, 11.58; Masco Co., 
Ltd., electrical supplies, 22.76; Pay list, wages of men, 96.60; R. P. White, labour 
re washer, 74.59 3,270 95 

Kitchen Equipment and Machinery ($1,417.42) 

Hibbard Bros., frigidaire and electric range, 705.00; Hobart Manufacturing Co., 

peeler, etc., 371.42; A. S. Leitch Co., Ltd., hot water heater, 341.00 1,417 42 

BRANTFORD SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND 

Repairs and Incidentals ($288.10) 

R. Feely, repairs to eaves, etc., 112.00; Pay list, wages of men, 90.00; Sundry 

newspapers, advertising re tenders, 86.10 288 10 

Painting Interior and Exterior ($1,659.40) 

R. G. Ballantyne & Son, contract, painting, 1,654.00; Brantford Expositor, advertis- 
ing re tenders, 5.40 1,659 40 

To Complete Painting Interior of Dormitories ($5,000.00) 

R. J. Hawke, painting, 2,391.95; J. S. Moyer, painting, 2,608.05 5,000 00 

Carried forward 672,512 23 



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Brought forward 672,512 23 

Brantford School for the Blind — Continued 

Refrigeration and Alterations in Connection Therewith ($760.00) 

Dell's Rubber Stores, steel refrigerator, 380.00; Lyon's Electric Co., Ltd., 

frigidaire, 380.00 760 00 

SANDWICH TRAINING SCHOOL 

Repairs and Incidentals ($45.05) 

J. L. Silver, plumbing supplies 45 05 

Painting Interior and Exterior ($65.00) 

E. Loveridge, painting 65 00 

STURGEON FALLS TRAINING SCHOOL 

Repairs and Incidentals ($559.50) 

J. A. Paiement, repairs to Assembly Hall and floor, 226.00; Sturgeon Falls Bottling 

Works, painting, 333.50 559 50 

EMBRUN TRAINING SCHOOL 

Installation of Plumbing and Drainage, Alterations to Basement to 
Provide Lavatories, including Septic Tank ($4,036.00) 

McKinley and North wood, Ltd., contract, 4,000.00; Sundry newspapers, advertising 

re tenders, 36.00 4,036 00 

Painting Interior and Exterior ($9.00) 

Ottawa Journal Dailies, advertising re tenders 9 00 

Balance of Contract for Heating ($383.84) 

McKinley & Northwood, Ltd 383 84 

Repairs and Incidentals ($32.85) 

McKinley & Northwood, Ltd., repairs to roof, furnace, etc 32 85 

MONTEITH NORTHERN ACADEMY 

Repairs and Incidentals ($138.00) 

Hill-Clark-Francis, Ltd., lumber 138 00 

TEACHERS TECHNICAL TRAINING COLLEGE, HAMILTON 

Grounds and Walks ($183.85) 

James D. Armstrong, fence, etc 183 85 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Repairs and Incidentals to Boilers and Heating Plants in 
Educational Buildings ($4,384.18) 

Belleville School for Deaf. — A. S. Leitch & Co., Ltd., pumps, 372.00; Riley Engineer- 
ing Supply Co., Ltd., stokers, 1,200.00 1,572 00 

Hamilton Normal School. — J. H. Buscombe, repairs to boiler, 70.00; Sackville Hill, 

fire brick, etc., 25.75; Smart-Turner Machine Co., Ltd., repairs to pump, 89.97 185 72 

North Bay Normal School. — Allen General Supplies, Ltd., iron firemen, fire brick, 
etc., 1,821.60; Electric Supply Co., Ltd., wiring, 198.00; Jeffrey and Stevens, 
repairs to boiler, 350.00 2,369 60 

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Brought forward 682,852 64 

Repairs to boilers, etc., Educational Buildings — Continued 

Stratford Normal School. — W. C. Berry, boiler room supplies 175 00 

Toronto Normal and Model Schools. — Dominion Oxygen Co., Ltd., boiler room 
supplies, 5.80; John Inglis Co., Ltd., repairs to boiler, 8.74; James Morrison 
Brass Manufacturing Co., Ltd., hot water tank, 67.32 81 86 

AGRICULTURAL BUILDINGS 

ONTARIO AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, GUELPH 

Repairs and Incidentals ($3,750.07) 

Bond Hardware Co., Ltd., cement, 8.79; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 
supplies, 49.46; City of Guelph, installing pipe, 91.80; Gowdy Bros., sewer pipe, 
9.80; H. Kane, digging, 12.60; Masco Co., Ltd., electric supplies, 12.43; W. A. 
Moffatt & Sons, Ltd., plumbing supplies, 38.70; H. Morris Crane & Hoist Co., 
erection of crane, 70.00; Pay list, wages of men, 115.00; R. Rogers, moving barn, 
575.00; F. Smith & Sons, cutting pipe, 32.25; Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd., hardware, 
276.24; Toronto Hydro-Electric Commission, conduits, 144.00; G. C. Walker, 
repairing brickwork, 2,314.00 3,750 07 

Repairs to Massey Library ($52.82) 
G. C. Walker, repairs to windows 52 82 

ONTARIO VETERINARY COLLEGE 

Repairs and Incidentals ($33.08) 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., supplies, 5.48; Pay list, wages of men, 27.60. . 33 08 

HORTICULTURAL EXPERIMENTAL STATION, VINELAND 

Repairs and Incidentals ($2,248.88) 

A. H. Adams, painting, 220.00; Beamsville Lumber & Supply Co., Ltd., lumber, 
427.99; J. W. Buck & Son, linoleum, 26.50; Canadian General Electric Co., 
Ltd., lamps, etc., 129.49; Canadian Industries, Ltd., chloride, 34.19; Consolidated 
Plate Glass Co., Ltd., glass, etc., 25.00; Coy Bros., paint, etc., 134.76; T. Eaton 
Co., Ltd., lincruster, 10.80; W. G. Fletcher, plumbing supplies, 75.78; Garlock 
Packing Co., packing, 26.39; J. W. Hill, stripping, 98.40; W. G. Leach, wallpaper, 
70.56; Lincoln Art Glass, glass, 11.75; Masco Co., Ltd., lamps, etc., 43.28; H. 
Morris Crane & Hoist Co., ash cans, 58.82; J. Morrison Brass Manufacturing 
Co., Ltd., gauges, 24.70; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., regulator, 19.85; Pay list, 
wages of men, 287.00; R. Simpson Co., Ltd., awnings, 36.00; Smart-Turner 
Machine Co., Ltd., pump, 230.00; Sturgeons, Ltd., paint, 15.39; Taylor-Forbes Co., 
Ltd., plumbing supplies, 108.10; Vineland General Store, paint, 124.19;|petty 
disbursements, 9.94 2,248 88 

Fire Protection Equipment ($46.33) 
Pyrene Manufacturing Co., Ltd., extinguishers 46 33 

WESTERN ONTARIO EXPERIMENTAL FARM BRIDGETOWN 

Repairs and Incidentals ($955.38) 

W. H. Goodhue, pipe covering, 53.55; J. G. Little, wallpaper, 12.50; L. A. Mason, 
connecting range, 6.20; Pay list, wages of men, 102.03; A. J. Silcox, paint, etc., 
687.60; Warwick & Son, cement, 41.50; Watson & Taylor, sash, etc., 52.00 955 38 

Alterations on Farm House ($1,136.39) 

W. Walker & Son, hardware, 45.44; Watson & Taylor, erection of sunroom, 1,090.95 1,136 39 

Painting Agricultural School Building ($853.07) 

A. J. Silcox, painting, 843.62; Sundry newspapers, advertising re tenders, 9.45 853 07 



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Brought forward 692,185 52 

KEMPTVILLE AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL 

Repairs and Incidentals ($818.58) 

R. Beggs & Son, repairing drain, 59.40; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., supplies, 
210.70; W. J. Carson, Ltd., painting, 42.00; H. Dool, repairs, chimney, 100.00; 
G. W. Griffith, painting, 33.00; Masco Co., Ltd., lamps, etc., 31.28; McKinley & 
Northwood, Ltd., repairs to boiler, 110.00; Pay list, wages of men, 27.60; I. 
Singer, well drilling, 193.00; petty disbursements, 11.60 818 58 

Painting Interior and Exterior ($2,175.00) 

W. J. Carson, Ltd., painting, 2,132.00; E. M. Elliott, painting, 43.00 2,175 00 

Drain and Septic Tank to Eadie House ($241.40) 

W. A. Barnes & Sons, installing tank, 163.00; T. G. Griffith & Co., syphon, 78.40. . 241 40 

TURKEY EXPERIMENTAL FARM 

Repairs and Incidentals ($621.56) 

Acme Lighting Products, lighing equipment, 59.04; Canadian General Electric Co., 
Ltd., supplies, 100.36; Can. Laco Lamps, Ltd., lamps, 12.59; Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission, inspection fees, 11.20; Masco Co., Ltd., lamps, etc., 134.77; 
Pay list, wages of men, 303.60 621 56 

VIMY RIDGE FARM 

Repairs and Incidentals ($184.26) 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., supplies, 16.78; Canadian Laco Lamps, Ltd., 

lamps, 14.69; G. C. Walker, plumbing, 152.79 184 26 

DEMONSTRATION FARM, NEW LISKEARD 

Repairs and Incidentals ($301.03) 

Hill-Clarke-Francis, Ltd., lumber, 71.13; New Liskeard Brick Works, brick, 8.40; 

R. R. Woods, cement, 221.50 301 03 

COLD STORAGE PLANT, BRIGHTON 

Structural Alterations to Buildings ($8,903.35) 

Hibbard Bros., wiring, 244.00; E. J. Nesbitt Canning Co., Ltd., painting, 168.00; 
Ontario Brick & Tile Plant, tile, 426.00; Patterson Construction Co., Ltd., 
alterations to barn, 7,990.00; Pay list, wages of men, 20.00; Sundry newspapers, 
advertising re tenders, 55.35 8,903 35 

CONSTRUCTION OF NEW COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSE AT SIMCOE 

($17,500.00) 

Norfolk Fruit Growers' Association, grant 17,500 00 

DISTRICT BUILDINGS 

ALGOMA DISTRICT 

Repairs and Alterations ($881.91) 

A. Brodie, blacksmithing, 17.35; D. E. Carney, electrical supplies, 54.92; Cochrane 
Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., hardware, 108.80; Connon Nurseries, plants, 27.38; 
Dunseath & McClary, plumbing supplies, 34.16; E. D. Jamieson, boiler repairs, 
35.40; N. Jolly, labour, 17.60; Keyes Hardware, Ltd., paint, etc., 158.86; W. 
Lanigan, labour, 176.80; T. H. Magill & Co., harrowing, 10.00; Northern Foundry 
& Machine Co., repairs on furnace, 33.10; J. Robertson Co., Ltd., plumbing 
supplies, 16.02; Estate of G. Woolbrick, plumbing, 131.27. Sundries — express, 
11.04; petty disbursements, 49.21 881 91 

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Brought forward 723,812 61 

Algoma District — Continued 

Furniture and Furnishings ($903.01) 

Breckin & Haney, wardrobe, etc., 83.00; O. C. Carney, lamps, etc., 69.58; Cochrane- 
Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., hardware, 88.25; W. Lightfoot, laying linoleum, 90.00; 
Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., Ltd., cabinet, etc., 147.00; T. E. Simpson, 
Ltd., chairs, etc., 40.81; Steel Equipment Co., Ltd., fittings, 370.00; petty 
disbursements, 14.37 903 01 

Painting Interior and Exterior, Court House, Gaol and old Registry 
Office ($2,495.40) 

W. Lightfoot, painting, 2,260.00; T. Peacock, services, 230.00; Sault Daily Star, 

advertising, 5.40 2,495 40 

COCHRANE DISTRICT 

Repairs and Alterations ($1,616.91) 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., asbestos board, 35.20; V. Brisson, hardware, 41.12; 
Town of Cochrane, laying sidewalk, 794.80; Day Sign Co., Ltd., signs, 10.00; 
Delco Light Co., Ltd., armature, 27.75; D. H. Eaton, repairing range, 39.65; 
T. Eaton Co., Ltd., linoleum, 26.60; Grand & Toy, Ltd., desk, 45.00; Hearst 
Garage, pump, 21.00; Hill-Clark-Francis, Ltd., tile, 187.50; C. MacKenzie, 
repairing delco plant, 10.75; McGill Hardware, Ltd., 91.60; Office Specialty Manu- 
facturing Co., Ltd., desk, etc., 138.00; Solex Co., Ltd., lamps, 23.64; Steele Briggs 
Seed Co., Ltd., seed, 25.40; W. Woodward, plumbing, 11.00. Sundries — cartage, 
9.10; express, 2.20; freight, 54.95; petty disbursements, 21.65 1,616 91 

Painting Interior and Exterior of Court House ($5.40) 

Cochrane Northland Post, advertising 5 40 

Furniture and Furnishings ($49.00) 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., sections and base 49 00 

KENORA DISTRICT 

Repairs and Alterations ($319.64) 

H. Cheyne, electrical supplies, 70.90; J. B. Freeman, repairs to wall, 16.80; Lind- 
strom & Wilson, sash, etc., 32.60; C. Ratchford, plumbing, 34.80; H. W. Thorpe, 
soil, 14.00; Williams' Hardware Co., hardware, 122.30; petty disbursements, 
28.24 319 64 

Furniture and Furnishings ($185.36) 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., cabinet, etc., 24.00; Hose Hardware Co., hardware, 12.00; 
Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Ltd., chairs, 19.80; Taylor & Tackaberry, furniture, 
etc., 125.90; Petty disbursements, 3.66 185 36 

Improvements to Grounds ($212.47) 

Kelly & Kimberley, teaming, 20.00; T. S. MacKay, labour, 31.50; W. S. Page, sod, 

15.00; Patsmore Nursery Co., plants, 104.14; petty disbursements, 41.83 212 47 

MANITOULIN DISTRICT 

Repairs to Court House, Gaol, Registry Office and Lock-up, 
including Improvements to Grounds ($83.37) 

F. W. Baxter, repairs to boiler, .65; George & Riching, lumber, 25.00; J. L. McKenzie, 

hardware, etc., 57.72 . . 83 37 

Furniture and Furnishings ($6.20) 

J. L. McKenzie, hardware 6 20 

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Brought forward 729,689 37 

MUSKOKA DISTRICT 

Repairs to Court House, Gaol, Registry Office, including 
Improvements to Grounds ($177.56) 

W. W. Brooks, laying drain, 161.00; G. W. Ecclestone, Ltd., hardware, 14.49; 

Whitten Co., Ltd., wash basins, etc., 2.07 177 56 

Furniture and Furnishings ($55.45) 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., stools, 18.00; Steel Equipment Co., Ltd., cabinet, 33.75; Whitten 

Co... Ltd., 3.70 55 45 

NIPISSING DISTRICT 

Repairs and Alterations to Court House, Gaol, Registry Office, 

Land Titles Office, Lock-up, including improvement to 

Grounds ($543.07) 

S. J. Cherry, installing pump and tank, 424.00; J. W. Richardson, hardware, 25.95; 

W. Rye, plumbing, 78.80; petty disbursements. 14.32 543 07 

Furniture and Furnishings ($545.46) 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Ltd., sections, 58.40; J. W. Richardson, 24.19; Steel 
Equipment Co., Ltd., cabinet, 27.50; J. J. Taylor, Ltd., cabinet, 418.00; petty 
disbursements, 17.37 545 46 



PARRY SOUND DISTRICT 

Repairs and Alterations to Court House, Gaol, Registry Office, 

Land Titles Office, Lock-ups, including improvements to 

Grounds ($505.83) 

J. Barron, carpenter work, 12.00; W. Beatty Co., Ltd., electrical supplies, 17.80; 
A. N. Fenn, hardware, 34.37; Groves Motor Sales, motor repairs, 23.25; Rice 
Lewis & Son, Ltd., hardware, 61.95; J. C. Moffatt, plumbing supplies, 304.39; 
G. Street & Sons, plants, 12.30; petty disbursements, 39.77 505 S3 

Furniture and Furnishings ($1,308.27) 

J. E. Armstrong, cartage, 10.60; Canadian Office & School Furniture Co., book case, 
206.65; A. N. Fenn, lamps, etc., 13.78; W. L. Haight, cabinets, 175.00; Office 
Specialty Mfg. Co., Ltd., chairs, etc., 325.00; Steel Equipment Co., Ltd., 562.50; 
petty disbursements, 14.74 1,308_27 

RAINY RIVER DISTRICT 

Repairs and Alterations to Court House, Gaol, Registry Office, 

Land Titles Office, Lock-ups, including improvements to 

Grounds ($1,016.27) 

John East Co., Ltd., hardware and plumbing supplies, 918.48; Rice Lewis & Son, 
Ltd., padlocks, 10.85; Pearson Electric & Hardware Co., electrical supplies, 
45.55; Well's Hardware Co., Ltd., hardware, 35.89; petty disbursements, 5.50. . 1,016 27 

Furniture and Furnishings ($673.34) 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., desk, etc., 206.70; Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Ltd., cabinet, 
28.00; Steel Equipment Co., Ltd., counters, etc., 423.40; Wells Hardware Co., 
Ltd., hardware, 14.24; petty disbursements, 1.00 673 34 

Alterations to Court House ($1,192.03) 

John East Co., alterations to roof 1,192 03 

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Brought forward 735,706 65 

SUDBURY DISTRICT 

Repairs and Alterations to Court House, Gaol, Registry Office, 
and Ldck-ups, including Improvements to Grounds ($1,008.61) 

Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., paint, etc., 162.33; Danean Construction Co., 
Ltd., repairs to ceiling, 16.71; Evans Co., Ltd., building supplies and repairs, 
260.51; Foster Whalen, Ltd., grate bars, 27.50; D. S. Humphrey, plumbing 
supplies, 507.82; T. C. Young, ploughing garden, 29.60; petty disbursements, 4.14 1,008 61 

Electric Light Service and Power ($135.00) 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission, power, 67.50; Wahnapitae Power Co., power, 

67.50 135 00 

Furniture and Furnishings ($342.20) 

Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., lamps, 53.45; Grand & Toy, Ltd., steel file, 
12.50; D. S. Humphrey, lamps, 6.90; Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Ltd., desks, etc., 
241.85; Steel Equipment Co., Ltd., cabinet, 27.50 342 20 

Painting Interior and Exterior ($804.50) 

Sudbury Star, advertising, 4.50; J. A. Thompson, painting, 800.00 804 50 

TEMISKAMING DISTRICT 

Repairs and Alterations to Court House, Gaol, Registry Office, Land 
Titles Office, Lock-ups, including improvements to Grounds ($907.08) 

Ault & Wibourg Co., paint, 66.25; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., electrical 
supplies, 10.29; Delco Light Co., Ltd., electrical supplies, 16.38; Jas. Doherty, 
roofing, 42.40; T. Flintoff, cleaning boilers, 14.00; F. R. Gibson, plumbing, 
etc., 131.41; Hill-Clark-Francis, Ltd., lumber, 11.31; H. Kosmack, plumbing, 
15.00; Norfolk & Rochester Hardware Co., hardware, 171.09; F. Peter, repairs to 
boiler, 30.10; H. W. Rowdon, paint, 18.26; Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., grass seed 
25.40; Steel Equipment Co., Ltd., shelves, 97.00; Wagner Electric Manufacturing 
Co., bearings, 10.20; R. Whorley, planting trees, 176.85; H. S. Worth, motor 
supplies, 23.10. Sundries — cartage, 10.61 ; petty disbursements, 37.43 907 08 

Furniture and Furnishings ($817.57) 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., desks, etc., 212.70; Norfolk & Rochester Hardware Co., hard- 
ware, 22.00; Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 198.35; Ontario Reforma- 
tory Industries, beds, 360.00; petty disbursements, 24.52 817 57 

Ontario Government Building, New Liskeard 

($720.00) 

H. Royce, caretaker 12 months 720 00 

Painting Interior and Exterior ($5.40) 

The Haileyburian, advertising 5 40 

THUNDER BAY DISTRICT 

Repairs and Alterations to Court House, Gaol, Registry Office, Land 

Titles Office, Lock-ups and Government Buildings including 

Improvements to Grounds ($1,933.74) 

Aitken's Livery, fertilizer, 224.00; Can. Rogers Sheet Metal & Roofing Co., Ltd., 
repairs to roof, 69.55; T. Crittall, repairs to boiler, 46.75; A. Dalgleish, repairs 
to door, etc., 20.75; Dunn Hardware Co., Ltd., hardware, 350.90; Fort William 
Window Cleaning Co., cleaning windows, 26.22; L. A. Greene & Co., grates, etc., 
68.81; R. Hammer, carpenter supplies, 47.30; Lakehead Engineering Co., repair- 
ing roof, etc., 181.45; G. Lazenby, plaster work, 153.50; A. MacFadyen, repair- 
ing shelves, 18.75; Mahon Electric Co., electrical supplies, 26.22; J. McArthur, 
soil, 200.00; C. Mellor, seed, 70.70; W. P. Piper, Ltd., hose, 11.75; Port Arthur 



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Brought fonvard 740,447 01 

Thunder Bay District — Continued 

Repairs to Court House, etc. — Continued 

Shipbuilding Co., repairs to chains, etc., 21.65; Port Arthur Public Utilities 
Commission, telephone, rent, 62.50; H. A. Silver, painting, 28.00; Sime Plumbing 
Co., plumbing supplies, 106.70; Steele Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., seed, 36.65; Stirling's 
Plumbing, repairs to radiator, 58.00; Thunder Bay Lumber Co., Ltd., lumber, 
31.90. Sundries— cartage, 16.00; telephone, 21.25; petty disbursements, 34.44. 1,933 74 



Furniture and Furnishings ($1,311.35) 

Dunn Hardware Co., hardware, 129.73; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 163.75; Lakehead 
Engineering Co., buckets, 26.00; Mahon Electric Co., Ltd., supplies, 38.82; 
Office Specialty Manufacturing Co., Ltd., file cases, etc., 575.00; Steel Equipment 
Co., Ltd., safe, etc., 346.00; Toronto Office Furniture Co., oak table, 19.75; 
petty disbursements, 12.30 



1,311 35 



Painting Interior of Court House ($1,114.01) 
Cartwell & Strachan, painting 



1,114 01 



MISCELLANEOUS 



Salaries ($47,215.96) 



S. J. Spall Clerk of Works and Superintendent of 

Construction 12 months 

Jno. M. Philip Superintendent of Construction 12 " 

F. E. Joselin Clerk of Works and Timekeeper 12 " 



F. W. Norman Clerk. 

S. J. Vance Clerk of Works 

J. Fryer Foreman Carpenter. 

O. Maynard Carpenter 

A. Pellow Plumber 

A. Chandler " 

J. Passmore " 

L. D. Brown " 

F. G. Stroud Head Electrician . . . 

T. Johnston Garage Foreman 



12 
12 
10 
2 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
Owen Pope Chauffeur 11 



D. Neave. 

C. G. Knight 

W. McCallum 

G. Treadway " 

W. E. Laxton 

J. Dollery 

W. Gordon 

Frank Law " 

Douglas Best " 

M.Rutherford 

H. Coleman " 

C. H. G. Peto Mechanic. 

J. Sharp Heating Designer and Boiler Inspector. 



12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

9 

9 

9 

9 

12 

12 

12 



Wm. McGrath Garage Attendant 9 



3,000 00 
2,550 00 
2,000 00 
1,600 00 
1,900 00 
1,500 00 

266 68 
1,800 00 
1,800 00 
1,600 00 
2,000 00 
2,400 00 
2,700 00 
1,484 27 
1,600 00 
1,600 00 
1,600 00 
1,600 00 
1,600 00 
1,600 00 

947 01 
1,167 00 
1,167 00 
1,167 00 
1,600 00 
1,600 00 
2,300 00 
1.067 00 



Automobile Purchases, Repairs, Maintenance, Equipment and 
Service for all Departments of the Government ($35,340.54) 

A. Allan & Co., Ltd., 8.00; Baker Bros., Ltd., 81.90; Belleville Motors, 2,167.00; 
Clean-Rite, Ltd., 10.25; Department of Public Highways, 11,947.75; T. Johnston, 
96.27; W. H. Lee, Ltd., 3,100.00; McLaughlin Motor Car Co., 3,590.00; Moore 
& Hughes, Ltd., 1,081.00; Packard Ontario Motor Car Co., 5,315.00; Pay list, 
wages of men, 1,676.00; Fred Powell Motors, 3,792.79; Rex Tailoring Co., Ltd., 
286.00; R. Simpson Co., Ltd., 379.00; W. Spence, 232.21; Sundry chauffeurs, 
gas and oil while on the road, 1,406.02; L. White & Sons, Ltd., 171.35 35,340 54 



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K34 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 827,362 61 

Miscellaneous — Continued 

Services, Travelling and Other Expenses ($9,051.68) 

C. Brown, 64.60; L. D. Brown, 244.50; P. Cotter, 574.30; Department of Public 
Highways, 1,814.45; D. M. Hughes, 167.26; F. E. Joselin, 168.40; E. R. Living- 
ston, 186.20; C. B. Medley, 36.45; F. Meigh, 331.02; M. Mills, 171.60; A. 
Parlett, 162.91; J. M. Phillip, 339.35; A. E. Putsey, 294.38; C. Radford, 542.31; 
R. J. Roberts, 35.63; J. Sharp, 737.35; T. Sims, 257.29; S. J. Spall, 94.02; F. G. 
Strand, 762.94; Sundry chauffers, 1,796.15; T. Walsh, 159.09; Sundries- 
cartage, 75.30; postage, 6.00; petty disbursements, 30.18 9,051 68 

Contingencies ($39.75) 

Art Metropole, tape, 15.75; R. Simpson Co., Ltd., rental of chairs, 24.00 39 75 

Insurance including Installation of Lightning Rods ($17,912.62) 

Sundry Insurance Premiums. — A. E. Black, 86.00; M. A. Burnham, 95.00; Canadian 
Associated Companies, 1,365.12; Chisholm & Ferguson, 770.50; M. M. Claney 
& Sons, 400.00; Dale & Co., Ltd., 1,061.32; K. R. Galbraith, 89.00; C. Gar- 
funkle, 93.75; J. F. Gray, 139.75; S. H. Guest & Son, 169.00; M. Hook, 93.75; 
Howard Farmers Mutual Co., 29.70; Jones & Johnston, Ltd., 12.00; Keystone 
Investments, 237.50; R. W. McCall, 28.00; H. A. Morine, 161.00; Muntz & 
Beatty, Ltd., 196.49; Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation, 37.75; R. T. 
Orr, 1,187.50; G. D. Pierce, 33.75; Provident Investment Co., 161.00; Reed, 
Shaw & McNaught, 212.67; Royal Insurance Co., 93.75; A. W. Smith Son & 
Ridout, 132.25; W. Stewart, 238.75; P. H. Temple, 238.75; Toronto Casualty 
Fire & Marine Co., 63.00; Toronto General Insurance Co., 7,504.69; Trustees, 
McMaster University, 753.86; A. E. Wilson & Co., 2,227.02 17,912 62 

Local Improvement Taxes ($11,158.11) 

Town of Bracebridge, 1,885.30; City of Brantford, 5,432.50; Municipality of 
Dymond, 77.95; City of Sault Ste. Marie, 2,577.38; Municipality of Howard, 
154.04; Town of New Liskeard, 329.69; City of Sudbury, 165.90; Town of 
Trenton, 535.35 11,158 11 

Labour Employment Office, 45 Front St. West, Toronto, Repairs 
and Incidentals ($934.83) 

Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., electrical supplies, 36.26; Canadian Germicide 
Co., Ltd., disinfectant, 43.75; Day Sign Co., lettering, 155.83; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 
chairs, 19.00; Pay list, wages of men, 611.55; R. Simpson Co., Ltd., shades, 
28.30; Solex Co., Ltd., lamps, 14.58; Trelco, Ltd., paint, 21.47; petty disburse- 
ments, 4.09 934 83 

Labour Employment Office at 147 Church St., Toronto, Repairs 
and Incidentals ($298.32) 

Ault & Wiborg Co., Ltd., paint, 27.32; Day Sign Co., lettering, etc., 49.50; Douglas 
Bros., erecting ventilator, 35.00; Interlake Tissue Mills, towels, 16.40; Office 
Specialty Mfg. Co., Ltd., chairs, etc., 94.40; R. Simpson Co., Ltd., soap, etc., 
25.01; J. & J. Taylor, Ltd., moving safe, 30.00; petty disbursements, 20.69 298 32 

Experimental Building, Stanley Park, Toronto, Repairs and 
Incidentals ($51.65) 

Consumers Gas Co., Ruud heater, 26.60; Douglas Bros., iron tees, 13.45; Pay list, 

wages of men, 10.00; petty disbursements, 1.60 51 65 

Ontario Government Buildings, Exhibition Park, Toronto, Repairing 
and Installing Exhibits, Electrical Energy and General Repairs 

($12,497.65) 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., hardware, 13.44; Ault & Wiborg Co., Ltd., 36.14; 
Bell Telephone Co., 20.40; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 185.08; 
Canadian National Exhibition, 1,100.90; Canadian Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 



Carried forward 866,809 57 



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K35 



Brought forward 866,809 57 

M iscellaneo us — Co n t in ued 

Ontario Government Buildings, Exhibition Park, Toronto, General 
Repairs, etc. — Continued 

134.34; Consolidated Plate Glass Co., Ltd., 39.25; E. Ellerbeck, 547.88; Evans 
Scenery Co., 230.00; E. J. Holland, 15.00; W. A. Howard, 700.00; Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission, 19.00; R. Laidlaw Lumber Co., Ltd., 83.51; Rice 
Lewis & Son, Ltd., 10.72; Masco Co., Ltd., 144.20; Pay list, wages of men, 
1,901.39; W. H. Price, 374.00; Noble Scott, Ltd., 6,000.00; R. Simpson Co., 
Ltd., 757.15; A. F. Small, 61.55; Wagner & Fordyce, 77.80; W. Williamson 
Lumber Co., Ltd., 43.20; petty disbursements, 2.70 12,497 65 

110 University Avenue, Toronto, Repairs and Alterations, Painting 
and Incidentals ($605.26) 

F. Armstrong Co., Ltd., plumbing supplies, 13.91; Consolidated Plate Glass Co., 
Ltd., glass, 183.00; S. McCord & Co., cement, 18.13; Pay list, wages of men, 
161.10; Purdy-Mansell, Ltd., plumbing supplies, 113.24; W. Williamson Lumber 
Co., Ltd., lumber, 115.88 605 26 



Rental of Property and Office Space ($7,483.00) 

University of Toronto, office space, 47 Queen's Park, 988.00; Executors for the 
Estate of J. Wright, 147-149 Church St., 1,440.00; St. James Chambers Ltd., 
67-71 Adelaide St., and 86 Church St., 5,055.00 

Maintenance and Repairs of Government Buildings. $805,954.79 

PUBLIC WORKS AND BRIDGES 



7,483 00 



LOCKMASTERS, BRIDGE TENDERS, CARETAKERS, ETC. 

Salaries ($5,049.63) 

E. M. Davidson Lockmaster at Port Carling 12 months 

R. Rowe " Huntsville 12 " 

F. Stewart " Magnetawan 12 " 

W. Gray Bridge Tender at Ryerson 12 " 

J. Lewis " " Huntsville 12 " 

E.Cox " " PortSandfield 12 " 

T. Mason Caretaker at Bala 12 " 



Nils J. Hanson 
Chas. Tilson . . . 
W. Haggar .... 
C. Crawford . . . 
R. Richards . . . 
A. J. Bowland. 
D.J. McRae. . 
F. Vankoughnet 



Keewatin 12 

Ahmic 12 

Port Sydney 3 

Port Sydney 9 

Baysville 12 

Wahnapitae 12 

Deer Lake Dam 12 

Crane Lake 2)4 



Colin Campbell BridgeTender at Indian Point 12 

J. Enniss " " Huntsville 1 " 

D. Hutcheson Caretaker at Dryden Dam 12 " 

H. Ditchburn Gauge Reader at Gravenhurst 12 " 

R. Greavett Assistant Lockmaster at Port Carling 1 " 

Ronald M. Brown " " " 4 " 

Maintenance, Locks, Dams, Bridges, Dredging, etc. ($26,955.64) 

Board of Men.— D. J. Barber, 1.00; S. Heggert, 20.00; H. Lalonde, 2.25; J. J. 
Langford, 144.50; J. H. Ratz, 3.35; Mrs. C. Simpson, 8.50; M. White, 49.00 

Camp Supplies and Equipment. — Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 67.05; Wm. Aitken, 
72.38; I. Bailey, 17.72; D. A. Barker, 10.75; Wm. Beatty Co., Ltd., 59.25; H. E. 
Beaumont, 58.96; Bracebridge Garage, 52.33; H. Briese, 177.66; Burton's Service 
Station, 64.97; Capt. J. H. Campbell, 40.50; Canadian General Electric Co., 
Ltd., 20.57; Canadian Ingersoll-Rand Co., Ltd., 15.21; E. O. Casselman, 12.57; 
H. S. Davis, 14.14; Department of Public Highways, 61.38; T. Dredge, 27.81; J. 
H. Fowler, 10.15; Walter Fowler, 134.00; General Steel Wares, Ltd., 55.35; 
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Ltd., 27.12; W. Hanna & Co., 80.41; Hare Bros., 
185.50; D. J. Hartle, 22.30; Hern Hardware, Ltd., 12.13; M. S. Hives, 67.00; 
Imperial Oil, Ltd., 57.28; Imperial Varnish & Colour Co., Ltd., 282.95; C. T. 
Kidd, 11.70; A. Lidke, 18.50; Chas. H. McCulley, 67.56; Geo. McCulley, 515.41; 



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480 00 

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300 00 

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37 50 

112 50 

150 00 

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300 00 

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75 00 

10 00 

46 00 

278 00 



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Carried forward 892,673 71 



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Brought forward 892,673 71 

Maintenance, Locks, Dams, Bridges,Dredging, etc. — Continued 

Camp Supplies and Equipment — Continued 

A. E. McGregor & Co., 10.48; A. H. MacLachlan, Jr., 17.50; MacNab & Sons, 
12.75; McNeill & Norris, 33.07; Henry Martin, 603.20; Masco Co., Ltd., 188.71; 
Milne's Garage, 99.21; Morris Garage, 68.60; James Morrison Brass Mfg. Co., 
Ltd., 15.79; Muskoka Foundry, Ltd., 73.89; Muskoka Garage, 45.42; Muskoka 
Lakes Supply & Machine Co., 10.90; E. Norton, 10.00; C. J. Orgill, 12.45; N. L. 
Piper Railway Supply Company of Toronto, Ltd., 10.00; J. A. Pringle, 195.13; 
Pyrene Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 47.71; W. Richards, 349.62; M. Smith, 146.57; 
A. Stephen, 67.88; Sundridge Garage, 17.07; J. W. Troyer, 13.43; H. Waters, 
105.00; Whitten Co., Ltd., 371.18; G. W. Wood, 17.76; F. L. Wormworth, 22.35; 
petty disbursements, 1 18.03 5,004 3 1 

Cement and Gravel. — J. Beaulieu, 16.00; Canada Cement Co., Ltd., 365.75; Wm. 

Deen, 9.20; H. Dupuis, 11.75 402 70 

Lumber and Timber. — R. T. Adams, 13.25; G. L. Bagshaw, 10.39; W. Belanger, 
38.88; L. Bogues, 20.00; A. H. Brunne, 37.64; S. Bryant, 97.24; Canada Timber 
Co., Ltd., 46.51; Clark, Howe, Waters & Knight Bros., Ltd., 17.08; Alex. Cowan, 
50.00; H. Gogolen, 166.05; Gull River Lumber Co., 18.85; Wm. Howes, 16.65; 
Wm. Johnston, 147.00; Wm. J. Kent & Son, 32.03; Victor Knight, 41.20; F. 
Lebenthal, 73.50; Leitch Construction Co., Ltd., 194.40; J. S. L. McRae, 68.25; 
Robt. McWhirter, 252.00; E. Montreuil, 31.50; S. E. Morris, 238.06; A. Nicholls, 
15.00; David Reed, 21.12; Alex. Ross & Son, Ltd., 23.00; H. Seguin, 26.50; Jos. 
Shirley, 60.00; Standard Chemical Co., Ltd., 184.10; E. Starr, 76.50; Jas. Sullivan, 
21.00; A. H. Vigrass, 304.59; Weismiller Bros., 669.83; W. J. Warren, 20.25; 
Mrs. M. Wilton, 14.78; E. Windover, 18.62; Mrs. L. W. Woodruff, 24.90; petty 
disbursements, 42.56 3,133 23 

Structural Steel, etc. — Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., 517.00; B. Greening Wire Co., 
Ltd., 1,223.03; Hamilton Bridge Co., Ltd., 1,118.31; Steel Company of Canada, 
Ltd., 57.61 2,915 95 

Pay List. — Wages of men 13,727 48 

Travelling Expenses.— Wm. Lowe, 13.95; John Martin, 32.10; D. J. McRae, 11.55; 

T. J. Paget, 7.80; P. R. Switzer, 31.65 97 05 

Miscellaneous. — W. G. Callacott, removing logs from canal, 148.50; Capt. J. H. 
Campbell, towing services, 96.00; Canadian Red Cross Society, hospital service, 
Jas. Lewis, 99.25; Daley Bros., electric light and power service, 28.00; Dr. J. P. 
Davies, professional services re Jas. Lewis, 15.00; J. Ennis, services operating, 
swing bridge, 40.00; Dr. E. G. Evans, professional services re Jas. Lewis, 10.00; 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission, light and power service, Bala and Port 
Carling, 359.81; Muskoka Publishing Co., paper and envelopes, 11.00; Mrs. M. 
White, storage charges, 10.00. Sundries — cartage, 75.16; express, 1.85; freight, 
440.56; postage, 11.00; telephone, 50.35; petty disbursements, 49.84 1,446 32 

Surveys and Inspections ($3,976.99) 

Services and Travelling Expenses. — Wm. Anderson, 84.50; C. H. Jermey, 97.50; 
James Mahoney, 45.50; W. C. Millar, 492.23; D. Mitchell, 186.00; J. J. Morris, 
32.50; W. W. Pringle, 461.50; L. A. Pritchard, 536.10; J. O. Rochefort, 811.55; 
W. E. Wiggins, 1,115.96 3,863 34 

Miscellaneous. — Canadian Inspection & Testing Co., Ltd., testing cement, 64.00; 
Central Garage, labour and supplies, 28.25; Sundries — excise stamps, 6.00; 
postage, 11.00; telephone, 4.40 113 65 

Equipment, Instruments, Machinery, Scows, Boats, Rubber Boots, 
Motor Trucks and Cars ($6,676.99) 

Baines & David, Ltd., 51.84; D. J. Ball, 16.15; D. A. Barker, 66.81; Bird Woollen 
Mill Co., Ltd., 15.40; J. W. Bonneman, 10.50; Canadian Ingersoll-Rand Co., 
Ltd., 201.02; Canadian Johnson Motor Co., Ltd., 55.49; Department of Public 
Highways, 776.95; Dominion Rubber Co., Ltd., 48.55; Robt. Elder Carriage 
Works, Ltd., 470.00; George Gibson, 13.00; Gutta Percha & Rubber, Ltd., 
124.65; J. T. Heath, 11.00; P. A. Kellar, 19.60; London Concrete Machinery 
Co., Ltd., 981.00; Machinery & Equipment, Ltd., 10.30; Milne's Garage, 29.25; 

Carried forward 923,377 74 



1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS K 37 

Brought forward 923,377 74 

Equipment, Instruments, Machinery, Scows, Boats, Rubber Boots 
Motor Trucks and Cars — Continued 

Muskoka Garage, 133.85; Parry Sound Motors, 57.90; D. Pike Co., Ltd., 33.60; 
Port Carling Garage, 778.00; Riggs Motor Sales, 16.70; Riverdale Garage, 502.00; 
N. Said, 10.50; See & Duggan, Ltd., 1,189.70; Robt. Simpson Co., Ltd., 35.00; 
Wettlaufer Bros., Ltd., 800.00; Whitten Co., Ltd., 83.11; Woodman & Ross 
Motors, 16.11; petty disbursements, 119.01 6,676 99 

Wages and Expenses of Supervising Foreman ($2,111.26) 
Wm. Lowe 2,111 26 

Storage Dams ($5,265.31) 

Board of Men.— T. J. Calder, 13.50; Mrs. C. Hunter, 27.15; Mrs. A. Steen, 3.50; 
Mrs. D. Sweet, 261.88 306 03 

Camp Supplies and Equipment. — Wm. Beatty Co., Ltd., 46.80; W. N. Boyes, 
22.46; T. J. Daley, 20.00; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., 52.00; G. Genno, 27.50; 
Gibson Garage, 30.00; Gutta Percha & Rubber, Ltd., 82.52; Hamilton Bridge 
Co., Ltd., 61.00; Hare Bros., 16.77; M. W. Hoth, 227.67; U. A. Hubbell, 322.05; 
C. Hunter, 21.50; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 104.19; Johnson & Co., 54.00; Kellar & 
Walker, 145.71; Manson's Meat Market, 235.30; H. S. Miller, 418.38; C. W. 
Mullett, 395.22; Muskoka Foundry, Ltd., 96.92; Page-Hersey Tubes, Ltd., 
41.16; W. Richards, 44.50; Estate of H. Robinson, 609.44; Scott's Boat Livery, 
13.28; Ware Bros., 18.65; Whitten Co., Ltd., 24.18; petty disburse- 
ments, 38.23 3,169 43 

Cement and Gravel.— Thos. Greenfield, 18.80; Albert Mack, 7.75; C. W. Mullet, 
575.00 601 55 

Lumber and Timber.— B. Cottrill & Sons, 332.23; Alex. Nicholls, 33.85; Alfred 
Purton, 30.36; J. D. Shier Lumber Co., Ltd., 84.00 480 44 

Pay List.— Wages of men , 12,022 52 

Miscellaneous. — A. H. Cox, truck hire, 8.00; Croswell Bros., boat livery, 14.00; 
G. Genno, truck hire, 35.00; Mason's Meat Market, taxi hire, 20.00; C. Sweet, 
hire of boat and scow, 176.00; Taylor Statten Camp Co., 60.00; Sundries — 
express, .97; freight, 12.63 326 60 



16,906 57 
Less refunded (contributions toward building dams, etc.) 11,641 26 



5,265 31 



Cutting and Purchase of Timber and Construction Materials ($4,473.44) 

Canada Creosoting Co., Ltd., 1,880.79; Carpenter-Hixon Co., Ltd., 2,592.65 4,473 44 

Municipal Bridges ($137,481.67) 

Anson, Minden. — Chas. Barton, lumber, 26.38; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., guard 
rail cable, 18.56; D. J. Hartle, gasoline, hardware, etc., 21.08; Sam Kernothan, 
timber, 10.00; Mrs. A. Reynolds, board of men, 19.00; petty disbursements, 18.75 113 77 

Ashdod-Shamrock Road, Bagot. — Pay list, wages of men, 34.50; Pedlar People, 

Ltd., culverts, 84.80 119 30 

Bagot Creek, Bagot. — Pay list, wages of men 449 00 

Bala Road, Medora. — Canada Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., culverts 207 48 

Ball Creek, Stanhope, Minden. — B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., guard rail cable 12 68 

Barnes Creek, Admaston. — Canada Cement Co., Ltd., cement, 231.00; Canadian 

National Railways, freight, 21.19; Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., steel, 70.86 . . 323 05 

Barrett Creek, Gurd. — H. J. Paul, hardware and rent of building 22 99 

Barry's Bay, Wilno. — Pay list, wages of men, 101.00; Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts, 

138.72 239 72 



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K38 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS No. 1 

Brought forward 943,392 73 

Municipal Bridges — Continued 

Bear Lake, Monteith. — J. F. Anderson, provisions, 11.34; Canadian National 
Railways, freight and fares, 15.38; W. J. Elliott, Ltd., provisions, etc., 26.65; 

A. J. Gavin and Sons, slabs, 15.02; Jos. Nelson, lumber and provisions, 128.93; 

Pay list, wages of men, 600.00; petty disbursements, 44.62 841 94 

Bear Creek, Nipissing. — Jas. Knight, drift bolts, 30.00; W. McCloskey, hardware, 
16.62; Pay list, wages of men, 207.75; Trout Creek Lumber Co., lumber, 63.20; 
H. Yerkie, board of men, 54.50 372 07 

Beaver Creek, Kaladar. — H. Atkins, timber and posts, 41.36; Dominion Bridge 
Co., Ltd., tees, 22.00; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 25.38; J. A. 
Marshall, repairs, etc., 21.14; Pay list, wages of men, 1,115.76; J. A. Pringle, 
cement, 251.50; Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., steel, 68.04; petty disburse- 
ments, 16.00 1,561 18 

Beaver Creek, Minden. — Chas. Barton, lumber, 31.40; Canada Cement Co., Ltd., 
cement, 183.75; Canadian National Railways, freight, 15.42; Dominion Bridge 
Co., Ltd., tees, 22.00; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 11.65; D. J. 
Hartle, hardware, 23.33; Wm. Kent, gravel, 14.00; Pay list, wages of men, 
818.50; T. O. Prentice, lumber, 26.60; W. W. Prentice and Son, trucking, 61.18; 
Mrs. Ida Reynolds, board of men, 28.00; Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., steel, 
37.01 ; petty disbursements, 5.00 1,277 84 

Beaver, Monck. — Canada Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., culvert, 255.36; Canada Cement 
Co., Ltd., cement, 175.00; Canadian National Railways, freight, 20.57; Dominion 
Bridge Co., Ltd., structural steel, 193.00; E. Goltz, lumber, gravel, 36.00; P. 
Grozelle, unloading car, 17.00; M. S. Hives, lumber, 10.65; Pay list, wages of 
men, 344.05; Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., steel, 22.34; Towns and Parlett, 
provisions, 45.56; petty disbursements, 18.36 1,137 89 

Bell's Rapids, Bangor. — Pay list, wages of men 312 50 

Bennett Creek, Ross. — Canada Cement Co., Ltd., cement, 262.50; Pay list, wages 

of men, 1,800.90; Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., steel, 69.62 2,133 02 

Birkendale, Franklin. — Canada Cement Co., Ltd., cement, 275.00; Steel Company 

of Canada, Ltd., steel, 32.97 307 97 

Black River, Sherbourne. — Frank Austin, Ltd., lumber, 184.48; Wm. Ferguson, 
lumber, 61.80; D. J. Hartle, hardware, etc., 63.43; Geo. Jones, trucking, 23.00; 
T. Jones and Son, hardware, provisions, etc., 136.55; Pay list, wages of men, 
819.38; Alf. Sisson, provisions, 16.00; N. Stevens, provisions, etc., 303.95; 
Jas. Welch, board of men, 3.85; petty disbursements, 21.65 1,634 09 

Blakeley, Madoc. — M. Beaudrie, timber, 16.00; M. W. Connor and Son, cement, 
112.50; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., tees, 16.50; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 
guard rail cable, 10.89; Pay list, wages of men, 336.15; Steel Company of Canada, 
Ltd., steel, 14.81 ; petty disbursements, 9.50 516 35 

Bobcaygeon Road, Anson-Minden. — Pay list, wages of men, 475.63; Porter Bros., 

repairs to truck, 16.65 ; petty disbursements, 2.79 495 07 

Boundary, Mayo. — Canada Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., culverts, 277.44; C. W. Mullett, 

cement, 11.75; Pay list, wages of men, 100.75 389 94 

Brennan Creek, Hagarty. — Canada Cement Co., Ltd., cement, 160.40; Canadian 
National Railways, freight, 13.81; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., tees, 22.00; 

B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 25.89; Pay list, wages of men, 
1,098.20; Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., steel, 37.01; petty disbursements, 

40.34 1,397 65 

Bronson, Mayo. — dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., tees, 11.00; B. Greening Wire Co., 
Ltd., guard rail cable, 10.17; Imperial Oil, Ltd., oil, 22.95; C. W. Mullett, cement, 
etc., 142.13; Pay list, wages of men, 498.60; Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., 
steel, 22.85; Frank White, lumber, 38.00 745 70 

Brudenell Road, Killaloe— Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts 279 20 

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1929-30 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS K 39 

Brought forward 956,795 14 

Municipal Bridges — Continued 

Brudenell, Paymount. — Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts 36 90 

Burnt Creek, Monmouth. — F. G. Agnew, gasoline, oil, hardware, etc., 74.95; Canada 
Cement Co., Ltd., cement, 262.50; Mrs. A. Earle, board of men, 39.00; B. Green- 
ing Wire Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 13.74; Haliburton Lumber Co., lumber, 
111.30; Wm. Hillis, timber, 42.25; C. W. Mullett, cement, gasoline, etc., 81.57; 
Pay list, wages of men, 1,092.01; Mrs. Fred Perry, board of men, 41.35; Steel 
Company of Canada, Ltd., steel, 107.60; petty disbursements, 16.85 1,883 12 

Burrett Creek, Cameron. — J. M. McMeekin, hardware, 84.46; Pay list, wages of 

men, 156.50 240 96 

Butler, Admaston. — Treasurer, Township of Admaston, Department's share of 

cost of construction 800 00 

Byers Creek, Hagarty. — D. Barucki and Co., lumber, 61.00; Pay list, wages of men, 

540.50 601 50 

Cameron Creek, Oakley. — Hamilton Bridge Co., Ltd., steel, 178.00; Geo Parlett and 
Son, lumber, 89.60; board of men, 20.15; Pay list, wages of men, 132.00; petty 
disbursements, 2.20 421 95 

Carriere Creek, East Ferris. — Canadian Timber Co., Ltd., lumber, 101.67; O. 

Carriere, lumber, 99.10; Pay list, wages of men, 489.75 690 52 

Carson Lake, Sherwood. — Barry's Bay Lumber Co., lumber, 46.09; T. Blackwich, 
cedar poles, 27.75; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., structural steel, 195.00; Pay list, 
wages of men, 602.49; John Voldock, drift spikes, 8.00 879 33 

Cashman Creek, Proudfoot. — Burk's Falls Hardware Co., hardware, 13.61; Canadian 
Bridge Co., Ltd., steel girder, 295.00; Canadian National Railways, demurrage, 
17.00; M. Crawford, lumber, 24.88; A. Dault, provisions, 32.81; Pay list, wages 
of men, 523.50; John T. Shaw and Son, provisions, 57.65; Herbert White, rent of 
house, etc., 32.96; petty disbursements, 17.49 1,014 90 

Cliche, Alice. — Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., tees, 22.00; Hamilton Bridge Co., Ltd., 

structural steel, 783.00 805 00 

Coboconk- Dorset Road, Stanhope. — Bert. Harrison, beef, 12.32; D. J. Hartle, 
provisions, etc., 83.19; Jones and Son, stumping powder, provisions, etc., 61.66; 
Pay list, wages of men, 733.00; W. W. Prentice, lumber, trucking, etc., 18.82; 
petty disbursements, 31.96 940 95 

Combermere, Barry's Bay. — Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts 385 68 

Combermere-Palmer, Raglan. — Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts 327 36 

Connor's Creek, Bagot. — Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts 45 60 

Dacre-Caldwell Road, Grattan— Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts 108 72 

Dark Lake, Cardiff. — F. G. Agnew, gasoline, oil, etc., 63.46; Canada Cement Co., 
Ltd., cement, 262.50; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., tees, 22.00; B. Greening 
Wire Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 14.56; Wm. Hillis, timber, 74.92; Pay list, 
wages of men, 627.14; Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., steel, 75.99; G. E. White, 
lumber, etc., 17.49; Mrs. G. E. White, board of men, 56.35 1,214 41 

Dean's, Huntingdon. — Jno. Benson, lumber, 60.00; M. W. Connor and Son, cement, 
etc., 254.63; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., tees, 21.42; B. Greening Wire Co., 
Ltd., guard rail cable, 11.67; Pay list, wages of men, 443.50; R. A. Sager, hard- 
ware, 15.10; Steel Co. of Canada, Ltd., steel, 40.03; petty disbursements, 5.00. . 851 35 

Desert Lake, Loughboro. — Hamilton Bridge Co., Ltd., structural steel, 708.00; 
Ross McGinnis, lumber, 12.00; Pay list, wages of men, 2,094.00; J. A. Pringle, 
explosives, 31.44; S. W. Revel, cement, etc., 274.64; J. A. Wilson, lumber and 
timber, 147.60; petty disbursements, 40.00 3,307 68 

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Municipal Bridges — Continued 

Devil's Creek, Lutterworth. — S. Bryant, lumber, 93.60; Pay list, wages of men, 

341.25; L. Pritchard, lumber, 165.60; petty disbursements, 15.31 615 76 

Diamond Creek, Radcliffe. — Pay list, wages of men 150 75 

Dobb's Creek, Brougham. — Canada Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., culvert 3114 

Dorset Road, Sherbourne. — Pay list, wages of men, 330.50; Howard Thompson, 

provisions, 11.20; J. W. Troyer, provisions, 112.04 453 74 

Dorset Road, Stanhope. — Canada Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., culverts, 1,091.84; Richard 
Fry, drift bolts, 26.75; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 78.57; 
W. W. Prentice and Son, trucking, 76.00 1,273 16 

Duck Chute, Macaulay. — Mrs. Jos. Oliver, board of men, 12.50; Pay list, wages of 
men, 214.50; Reid and Brown, Structural Steel & Iron Work, Ltd., structural 
steel, 290.00; petty disbursements, 5.20 522 20 

Dutch Line, Snowdon. — J. Austin and Sons, lumber, 27.00; Chas. Bright, gravel, 
10.00; Canada Cement Co., Ltd., cement, 183.75; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., 
tees, 16.50; Van Duffy, timber, 10.24; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., guard rail 
cable, 11.09; Myers and Webber, gasoline, hardware, paint, etc., 21.55; Pay 
list, wages of men, 591.25; W. W. Prentice and Son, truck hire, 35.00; I. Sedge- 
wick, lumber, 25.00; E. B. Sharpless, lumber, 29.00; board of men, 19.00; Steel 
Company of Canada, Ltd., 29.50; petty disbursements, 26.96 1,035 84 

Dwight, Franklin. — J. W. Asbury, hardware, etc., 35.48; Canada Cement Co., Ltd., 
cement, 250.00; Hern Hardware, Ltd., gasoline, etc., 53.70; Fred Irwin, lumber, 
11.22; Pay list, wages of men, 707.50; Pedlar People, Ltd., floor mesh, 40.48; 
Fred Quinn, lumber, 138.66; Reid and Brown, Structural Steel & Iron Works, 
Ltd., structural steel, 654.00; Mrs. Geo. Shulman, board of men, 89.60; petty 
disbursements, 5.76 1,986 40 

Eagle Creek, Bedford. — Card Bros., lumber, 54.00; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., 
tees, 16.50; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 11.75; Pay list, wages 
of men, 714.75; J. A. Pringle, explosives, etc., 17.33; Steel Company of Canada, 
Ltd., steel, 28.86; T. H. Swarbrick, hardware, etc., 24.60 867 79 

Eighth Concession, Eldon. — J no. Alton, board of men, 13.00; Kirkfield Garage, 
trucking, 39.87; Kirkfield Hardware, paint, tools, etc., 12.10; Pay list, wages of 
men, 361.25; Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., 17.19; petty disbursements, 25.84.. 469 25 

Eighth Concession, McLean. — Canada Cement Co., Ltd., cement, 175.00; Dominion 
Bridge Co., Ltd., tees, 11.00; Wm. Langmuir, provisions, etc., 32.11; Pay list, 
wages of men, 295.25; Standard Steel Corporation, structural steel, 122.00; 
Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., steel, 22.34; petty disbursements, 7.80 665 50 

Eleventh Concession, Joly. — Hamilton Bridge Co., Ltd., structural steel, 180.00; 
Pay list, wages of men, 373.98; Sundridge Garage, gasoline, 11.70; Trout Creek 
Lumber Co., lumber, 39.63; petty disbursements, 12.33 617 64 

Etwell, Stisted. — Pay list, wages of men, 215.50; Reid and Brown Structural Steel 
& Iron Works, Ltd., structural steel, 268.00; Wilfred Tipper, board of men, 
33.70; lumber, 31.00 548 20 

Ferndale Road, Medora. — Canada Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., culverts 291 30 

Fifteenth Concession, Raglan. — Pay list, wages of men, 78.50; Pedlar People, Ltd., 

culverts, 138.72 217 22 

Fifth Concession, Carden. — H. Brentnall, hauling cement, etc., 27.87; M. Finn, 
gravel, 16.00; Kirkfield Hardware, hardware, 20.05; E. Laing, board of men, 
15.00; M. McKee, gravel, 10.00; M. Moynes, fencing property for detour, 15.00; 
Pay list, wages of men, 423.75; W. W. Prentice and Son, truck hire, 24.00; Steel 
Company of Canada, Ltd., steel, 32.25; John Walsh, Jr., lumber, 33.00; petty 
disbursements, 12.09 629 01 



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Fifth Side Road, Himsworth. — James Knight, drift bolts, 40.00; Geo. Lawrence, 
lumber, 89.25; R. Mason, truck hire, 40.00; H. J. Paul, hardware, 13.95; Pay 
list, wages of men, 583.00; Trout Creek, Lumber Co. Ltd., lumber, 210.71; Fred 
R. Wilson, lumber, 21.60 998 51 

First Concession, Lot 7, Raglan. — Pay list, wages of men 453 50 

Fish Creek, Bedford. — B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 11.26; Imperial 

Oil, Ltd., gasoline, oil, etc., 78.49; Pay list, wages of men, 224.25 314 00 

Flatted, Monteagle and Wicklow. — Jos. H. Davis, lumber, 149.20; Wm. Newman, 

90.00; Pay list, wages of men, 1,850.90 2,090 10 

Flinton, Kaladar. — J. F. Davison, gasoline, etc., 14.98; Pay list, wages of men, 
1,099.50; J. A. Pringle, cement, 443.78; H. Sidore, gravel, 17.50; Steel Company 
of Canada, Ltd., steel, 150.33; J. H. Stone, hardware, 15.07; J. J. Vogan, 
lumber, 24.00; A. Wagar, lumber, 88.78; petty disbursements, 24.98 1,878 92 

Fourth Concession, Orillia. — Pay list, wages of men, 92.25; petty disbursements, 

8.67 100 92 

Fowler Creek, Medora. — Canada Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., culverts 271 32 

Fuller, Rawdon. — J. Benson, lumber, 100.32; M. W. Connor and Son, cement, 
254.63; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., tees, 21.43; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., 
guard rail cable, 13.11; Pay list, wages of men, 541.50; Steel Company of Canada, 
Ltd., steel, 74.93; petty disbursements, 6.45 1,012 37 

Gooseneck Creek, Franklin. — Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., girders, 430.00; Fred 

Irwin, lumber, 15.39; Pay list, wages of men, 436.50; petty disbursements, 14.42. 896 31 

Graham Creek, East Ferris. — Canadian Bridge Co., Ltd., steel girders, 274.00; 
Canadian Timber Co., Ltd., lumber, 227.95; Pay list, wages of men, 762.00; 
petty disbursements, 21.41 1,285 36 

Green Bay Road, Bedford. — Canadian Pacific Railway Co., freight, 21.84; Card 
Bros., lumber, 52.77; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., tees, 11.00; G. H. Goodfellow, 
cement, etc., 594.30; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 11.31; Pay 
list, wages of men, 2,149.75; Pedlar People, Ltd., steelcrete, 10.68; J. A. Pringle, 
hardware, explosives, etc., 256.87; G. Shillington, timber, etc., 32.26; petty 
disbursements, 10.10 3,150 88 

Green Creek, Ferris. — Canada Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., culvert, 175.56; Pay list, wages 

of men, 208.00 383 56 

Green Creek, Hagarty. — T. A. Boland, explosives, 21.00; T. Carty, sharpening tools, 

10.45; John Green, timber, 141.25; Pay list, wages of men, 911.74 1,084 44 

Green Creek, Sherwood. — Murray & Omanique Lumber Co., lumber 261 89 

Griffith Road, Brougham.— Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts 269 28 

Gull Creek, Sheffield. — J. Demore, lumber, 38.94; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., tees, 
16.50; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., cable, 28.98; Frank Johnston, gravel, 15.20; 
Pay list, wages of men, 721.33; J. A. Pringle, cement, gasoline, etc., 316.05; Steel 
Company of Canada, Ltd., steel, 31.21; petty disbursements, 5.70 1,173 91 

Harrington Creek, Hagarty. — Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts 194 20 

Harrington Creek, South Algoma. — Alex. McGrath, timber, 70.00; Pay list, wages 

of men, 230.00 300 00 

Herman Creek, Alice. — B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 9.69; Imperial 

Oil, Ltd., gasoline, etc., 23.87 33 56 

Hick's, Chapman. — Canadian National Railways, freight, 11.82; A. G. Culbert, 
provisions, 11.04; Hamilton Bridge Co., Ltd., structural steel, 590.00; J. R. 
Harrop, travelling expenses, 11.17; Thos. W. Hicks, provisions, etc., 20.91; A. 
H. King, lumber, 42.78; C. V. Lennox, lumber, 21.72; J. A. McLachlan, lumber, 
415.47; A. H. MacLachlan, hardware, 38.08; Pay list, wages of men, 1,018.39; 
S. H. Troyer, provisions, 65.89; petty disbursements, 24.35 2,271 62 

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Huntsville Lock Swing Bridge. — Carpenter-Hixon Co., Ltd., lumber, 84.50; B. 
Cottrill & Son, lumber, 13.90; A. Ennest, board of men, 67.50; Pay list, wages of 
men, 236.25 ; petty disbursements, 4.50 406 65 

Jack's Lake, Armour. — R. J. Armstrong, provisions, 130.39; Burk's Falls Garage, 
gasoline, 41.05; Burk's Falls Hardware Co., Ltd., cement and hardware, 379.28; 
Clark, Howe, Waters & Knight Bros., Ltd., lumber, 67.74; A. G. Culbert, pro- 
visions, 82.52; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., tees, 27.50; Jno. H. Harkness, rent 
of house, 18.00; Wm. Harmer, gravel, 15.75; Pay list, wages of men, 1,294.00; 
R. L. Shadow, milk, 12.75; Jos. Spears, lumber, 68.42; John Still, timber, 11.28; 
H. Varcoe, timber, 11.20; petty disbursements, 18.10 2,177 98 

Jamieson, Ross — Pay list, wages of men 118 50 

Jenner, Stephenson. — B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 9.69; Whitten 

Co., Ltd., wire, 4.56 14 25 

Johnston Creek, Oakley. — Reid & Brown Structural Steel & Iron Works, Ltd., 

steel work 275 00 

Kearney, Bethune. — Clarke, Howe, Waters & Knight Bros., Ltd., lumber, 50.96; 
A. Dault, provisions, 92.06; R. A. Flavelle, hardware, gasoline, etc., 50.57; B. 
Greening Wire Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 13.02; Hern Hardware, Ltd., cement, 
160.31; Pay list, wages of men, 823.39; John T. Shaw & Son, provisions, etc., 
85.91; Shortreed Lumber Co., lumber, etc., 51.39; petty disbursements, 9.65 1,337 26 

Kennedy, Hungerford. — Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., beams, 12.42; B. Greening 
Wire Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 12.82; Pay list, wages of men , 501.50; Rashotte 
Bros., lumber, 103.16; R. A. Sagar, hardware, etc., 11.54; Steel Company of 
Canada, Ltd., steel, wire, etc., 75.95; petty disbursements, 15.50 732 89 

Killaloe, Brudenell. — Canadian National Railways, demurrage 7 00 

Killaloe, Hagarty .— M . J. Sulptner, contract 3,400 00 

L'Amable Creek, Airy. — F. Gagne, travelling expenses, 10.49; M. Kukhta, lumber, 

70.80; C. & D. Murray, hardware, 20.69; petty disbursements, 7.40 109 38 

Lancelot Creek, Stephenson. — Pay list, wages of men 65 00 

Lavasse Creek, West Ferris. — Burk's Falls Hardware Co., hardware, 11.75; Canadian 
National Railways, freight, 64.44; Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., oil and gasoline, 
34.38; Canadian Timber Co., Ltd., lumber, 94.20; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, 
Ltd., hardware, 52.39; Mrs. H. Cole, board of men, 102.60; Mrs. S. Hill, stone, 
42.50; R. McLeod, timber, 265.44; Mrs. J. Osborne, board of men, 42.00; Palangio 
Bros., cartage, 30.00; Pay list, wages of men, 1,400.97; N. Penley, hauling cement 
mixer, 65.00; Shell Company of Canada, Ltd., gasoline, 14.28; James Thompson, 
use of timber, 20.00; Amos Train, travelling expenses, 39.10; petty disbursements, 
86.17 2,365 22 

Legris, Brougham. — M. Colterman, timber, 33.50; Pay list, wages of men, 366.75. . . 400 25 

Little Madawaska River, Sherwood. — Jno. Klyke, iron, etc., 52.10; Pay list, wages 

of men, 1,364.10; P. Romleski, lumber, 199.50 1,615 70 

Little Papineau Creek. — D. Flynn, explosives, etc., 22.95; Pay list, wages of men, 

732.90 755 85 

Long Lake, Barrie. — P. S. Kellar, lumber, 35.00; Pay list, wages of men, 564.00; 

petty disbursements, 11.69 610 69 

Long Lake, Redcliffe. — Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., structural steel 580 00 

Long Swamp, Chandos. — G. Bullied, lumber, 24.80; Pay list, wages of men, 213.50; 
T. Post, lumber, 18.50; W. Weaver, lumber, 15.74; G. Wease, lumber, 19.00; 
petty disbursements, 17.13 308 67 

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McCoy's, McDougall. — Canadian National Railways, freight, 58.00; Empire Cafe, 
board of men, 14.40; A. N. Fenn, hardware, etc., 34.78; Gibson's Garage, gasoline, 
80.71; Hamilton Bridge Co., Ltd., steel work, 1,510.00; Mrs. A. McDonald, 
hardware, 10.90; Northern Planing Mills Co., lumber, 10.50; Alf. Parton, gravel, 
17.00; Pay list, wages of men, 699.50; Mrs. O. Saunders, board of men, 254.00; 
petty disbursements, 12.60 2,702 39 

McGarry Creek, Herschel. — Henry Chamberlain, pine trees, 16.50; Pay list, wages 

of men, 479.75 ; petty disbursements. 4.02 500 27 

McGrath Creek, Marmora. — M. W. Connor & Son, cement, 181.53; Dominion 
Bridge Co., Ltd., tees, 16.50; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 10.78; 
F. M. Marrett & Co., lumber, 37.80; Pay list, wages of men, 305.50; Steel Com- 
pany of Canada, Ltd., steel, 16.89; petty disbursements, 6.50 575 50 

McGregor Hill, Wood. — Canada Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., culverts 223 44 

McKenzie, Madoc. — Earl Burnside, lumber, 37.83; M. W. Connor & Son, cement, 
112.50; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., tees, 11.00; Pay list, wages of men, 193.50; 
Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., steel, 22.34; petty disbursements, 18.36 395 53 

Madawaska Road, Barry's Bay. — Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts 59 52 

Mahon, Humphrey. — Wm. Beatty Co., Ltd., hardware, 10.85; Canada Cement Co., 
Ltd., 261.25; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., tees, etc., 24.35; Mrs. V. Einarson, board 
of men, 241.20; R. H. Fry, gravel, 17.00; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., guard rail 
cable, 14.11; Mrs. I. Mahon, posts, 15.12; Pay list, wages of men, 654.00; Steel 
Company of Canada, Ltd., steel, 87.49; W. C. Stoneman, lumber, 64.55; petty 
disbursements, 30.44 1,420 36 

Mahood, Hagarty. — Canada Cement Co., Ltd., cement, 160.40; B. Greening Wire 
Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 18.43; John Pastway, lumber, 56.04; Pay list, wages 
of men, 1,883.95; Frank Shulist, posts, 17.00; Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., 
steel, 31.06; petty disbursements, 9.59 2,176 47 

Malone Creek, Marmora. — Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., tees, 16.50; B. Greening 
Wire Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 10.74; Pay list, wages of men, 272.00; Steel 
Company of Canada, Ltd., steel, 29.48; H. Vansickle, lumber, 40.50; petty 
disbursements, 9.75 378 97 

Maple Lake, Stanhope. — Haliburton Lumber Co., posts, 15.00; C. E. Little, 
hardware, 12.05; Pay list, wages of men, 646.25; H. Sawyer, board of men, 
33.00; N. Stevens, gasoline, 35.99; D. Walls, lumber, 15.00; Thos. A. Welch, 
lumber, 14.40; petty disbursements, 3.50 775 19 

Martin's, Humphrey. — G. A. Atkinson, gasoline, 65.62; Bennett & Holmstein, 
lumber, 12.70; Brown & Co., hardware, rubber boots, etc., 35.55; Canada Cement 
Co., Ltd., cement, 261.25; Dominion Bridge, Co. Ltd., tees, 24.35; Mrs. V. 
Einarson, board of men, 247.20; R. H. Fry, gravel, 10.75; B. Greening Wire 
Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 13.46; Johnson & Co., lumber, 20.44; W. H. Martin, 
lumber, 33.84; Pay list, wages of men, 628.75; Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., 
steel, 137.58; W. C. Stoneman, lumber, 64.55; petty disbursements, 16.92 1,572 96 

Menominee Creek, Brunei. — Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., structural steel, 228.00; 

Wm. Langmaid, provisions, etc., 23.98; Pay list, wages of men, 135.50 387 48 

Middle River, McKellar. — Angst Bros., gasoline and oil, 26.81; B. Greening Wire 
Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 12.78; Robt. Harvey Lumber Co., lumber, 18.72; 
J. S. Moore, gasoline, 24.19; Parry Sound Motors, repairs to truck, 65.49; Pay 
list, wages of men, 1,081.50; George Quinn, supplies, 53.44; Mrs. O. Saunders, 
board of men, 251.81 ; petty disbursements, 27.43 1,562 17 

Midlothian, Ryerson. — J. W. Troyer, hardware, gasoline, etc 15 07 

Minden-Dorset Road, Medora. — Canada Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., culverts 907 20 

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Minden-Dorset Road, Snowdon. — Pay list, wages of men, 505.25; Mrs. Jos Shaw, 

board of men, 18.00 523 25 

Mink Creek, Concession Ten, Cardiff. — Canada Cement Co., Ltd., cement, 210.00; 
Canadian National Railways, freight, 38.76; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., tees, 
24.72; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 29.28; U. A. Hubbell, lumber, 
111.34; P. A. Kellar, gasoline, etc., 46.87; C. W. Mullett, hardware, tools, etc., 
19.50; Pay list, wages of men, 468.63; Jno. Sarginson, lumber and gravel, 32.41; 
Mrs. John Sarginson, board of men, 63.01; Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., steel, 
42.67; petty disbursements, 8.00 1,095 19 

Mink Creek, Concession Eleven, Cardiff. — Canada Cement Co., Ltd., cement, 
210.00; Canadian National Railways, freight, 11.04; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., 
tees, 22.00; Pay list, wages of men, 517.25 760 29 

Mississippi Creek, Barrie. — J. Demore, lumber, 58.10; Hamilton Bridge Co., Ltd., 
structural steel, 867.00; Pay list, wages of men, 619.75; J. A. Pringle, hardware, 
13.72; F. L. Wormworth, bolts, etc., 13.65; petty disbursements, 7. 31 1,579 53 

Mooney Creek, Papineau. — John Hazelwood, lumber, 71.12; E. Montreuil, lumber, 

30.45; Pay list, wages of men, 296.25; petty disbursements, 8.25 406 07 

Moore Creek, Lyell. — J. R. Booth, Ltd., lumber, 783.60; Henry Burant, cedar 
posts, 27.50; H. S. Davis, paint, etc., 12.43; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., guard 
rail cable, 41.40; Hamilton Bridge Co., Ltd., structural steel, 760.00; Pay list, 
wages of men, 2,533.50 4,158 43 

Mortimer Point, Medora. — Canada Ingot Iron Co., Ltd., culverts 271 32 

Mulveney's, Stephenson. — M. W. Hoth, provisions, etc., 42.62; Pay list, wages of 
men, 178.25; Standard Steel Corporation, structural steel, 232.00; Whitten 
Co., Ltd., lampolene, etc. 17.50 470 37 

Murphy, Brougham.— M. Colterman, 23.25; H. Legris, gravel, 15.00; Pay list, 

wages of men, 253.50; petty disbursements, 9.00 300 75 

Muskrat Creek, Bedford.— Card Bros., lumber, 90.00; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., 
tees, 16.50; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 16.00; F. Kelly, gravel, 
28.00; Pay list, wages of men, 669.00; Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., steel, 28.86 848 36 

Nineteenth Concession, Lot 19, Raglan. — Pay list, wages of men 75 00 

Ninth Concession, Limerick. — Wm. Parks, lumber, etc., 121.70; Pay list, wages of 

men, 194.25 315 95 

O'Connor Creek, Bagot. — Pay list, wages of men 97 75 

O'Brien's Creek, Wolaston. — W. N. Gilroy, lumber, 35.64; Pay list, wages of men, 

276.25 311 89 

Opeongo Road, Brudenell. — Pay list, wages of men, 141.25; Pedlar People, Ltd., 

culverts, 140.58 281 83 

Otter Lake, Loughboro. — Canadian National Railways, freight, etc., 17.87; Dominion 
Bridge Co., Ltd., structural steel, 289.00; Thos. Neil, lumber, 19.55; Pay list, 
wages of men, 904.00; James A. Wilson, lumber, 178.30; W. R. Wilson, lumber, 
27.39 1,436 11 

Otter Creek, Monmouth. — F. G. Agnew, hardware and gasoline, 15.50; Ed. Earle, 
fill, 25.50; Mrs. A. Earle, board of men, 101.67; Haliburton Lumber Co., lumber, 
65.00; Mark Hopkins Co., Ltd., auto supplies, etc., 50.50; Pay list, wages of 
men, 1,371.50; petty disbursements, 26.33 1,656 00 

Paddy Road, Bangor.— Pay list, wages of men 198 75 

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Papineau Creek, Wicklow. — Canadian National Railways, freight, 46.56; J. H. 
Davis, lumber, 38.50; W. J. Davis, lumber, 41.80; Mrs. Wm. Fitzgerald, gasoline, 
etc., 34.22; B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 12.99; Imperial Oil, 
Ltd., gasoline, 11.48; P. A. Kellar, repairs to truck, 25.60; C. W. Mullett, cement, 
517.50; Wm. Newman, lumber, 100.60; R. Olmstead, lumber, 45.10; Pay list, 
wages of men, 2,199.45; Pedlar People, Ltd., steelcrete, 14.82; Steel Company of 
Canada, Ltd., steel and wire, 165.23 3,253 85 

Paudash, Cardiff. — F. Agnew, gasoline, oil, etc., 10.53; Hamilton Bridge Co., Ltd., 
structural steel, 1,425.00; P. A. Kellar, gasoline, oil, etc., 74.96; Mrs. H. McGilliv- 
ray, board of men, 139.36; Hugh McGillivray, stone fence, 30.00; C. W. Mullett, 
cement, etc., 327.65; Thos. Neil, lumber, 50.85; Pay list, wages of men, 4,225.14; 
Pedlar People, Ltd., floor mesh, 43.58; petty disbursements, 49.91 6,376 98 

Peck's Creek, Marmora. — Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., tees, 11.00; B. Greening 
Wire Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 10.83; Jas. Hunter, lumber, 34.80; Pay list, 
wages of men, 238.25; Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., steel, 20.41; petty 
disbursements, 9.55 324 84 

Perault, Bagot— Pay list, wages of men, 128.85; Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts, 45.60 174 45 

Perch Creek, Laxton. — Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., tees, 18.18; petty disbursements, 

4.80 22 98 

Perth Road, Oso— E. B. Buell, lumber, etc., 37.60; Pay list, wages of men, 397.50; 

J. A. Pringle, cement, etc., 123.22; petty disbursements, 20.95 579 27 

Plaunt Mountain, Sebastopol. — Pay list, wages of men, 166.13; E. Warlick, lumber, 

41.00 207 13 

Proctor Creek, Admaston. — Canada Cement Co., Ltd., cement, 294.00; Canadian 
National Railways, freight, 44.51; H. Hutton and Son, gravel, 78.75; L. B. 
Lindsay, trucking, 192.50; W. A. Moore, services unloading cement, 20.95; 
Pay list, wages of men, 280.35 91 1 06 

Red Stone Lake, Guilford. — Frank Austin, lumber, 77.13; Canada Land and Immi- 
gration Co., lumber, 54.24; T. Jones and Son, hardware, etc., 34.43; Pay 
list, wages of men, 1,019.11; N. Stevens, provisions, etc., 147.38; petty disburse- 
ments, 17.05 1,349 34 

Rockingham Creek, Brudenell. — Pay list, wages of men 342 50 

Rocky Altar, Hungerford. — B. Greening Wire Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 13.18; 
John Hinch, gravel, 14.60; Pay list, wages of men, 876.75; Pedlar People, Ltd., 
mesh, 12.41; Rashotte Bros., cement and lumber, 518.76; R. A. Sager, hardware, 
gasoline, etc., 27.10; Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., steel and wire, 158.42. . . . 1,621 22 

Rostrevor, Watt. — Mrs. F. Briese, board of men, 72.00; Henry Creasor, lumber, 
67.20; Northern Planing Mills, Ltd., lumber, 260.56; Pay list, wages of men, 
555.00; Whitten Co., Ltd., hardware, 13.01 967 77 

Second Concession, Orillia. — British-American Oil Co., Ltd., gasoline, 21.38; Mrs. 
E. W. Orr, board of men, 15.00; Pay list, wages of men, 91.94; Shell Company 
of Canada, Ltd., gasoline, 14.25; petty disbursements, 2.45 145 02 

Second Line, Orillia. — Pay list, wages of men 147 00 

See's, Kennebec. — Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., tees, 18.44; B. Greening Wire Co., 
Ltd., guard rail cable, 28.83; Pay list, wages of men, 711.38; J. A. Pringle, cement, 
hardware, etc., 212.33; Wellington See, gravel and posts, 17.00; Steel Company of 
Canada, Ltd., steel, 31.21 1,019 19 

Seventh Concession, Lot 23. Raglan. — Pay list, wages of men 72 50 

Seventh Line, Macauley. — Burton's Service Station, gasoline, etc., 69.98; Canada 
Cement Co., Ltd., cement, 175.00; Mrs. S. Moore, board of men, 57.00; Northern 
Planing Mills, Ltd., lumber, 136.24; Pay list, wages of men, 615.00; Steel Company 
of Canada, Ltd., steel. 35.93: Whitten Co.. Ltd., gasoline, etc., 11.76 1,100 91 

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Sharbot Lake, Oso. — Pay list, wages of men 65 00 

Sixteenth Concession, Bagot. — Pay list, wages of men 100 50 

Sixteenth Concession, Raglan. — Pay list, wages of men, 87.00; Pedlar People, Ltd., 

culverts, 233.04 320 04 

Sixth Concession, Carden. — Canada Cement Co., Ltd., cement, 295.50; Canadian 
National Railways, freight, 31.88; Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., tees, 38.50; B. 
Greening Wire Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 23.13; Krikfield Garage, gasoline, 
etc., 11.22; Kirkfield Hardware, hardware, etc., 11.48; E. Laing, board of men 
and lumber, 36.76; J. McGillivray, lumber, 48.00; Pay list, wages of men, 596.75; 
Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., steel, 62.35; John Walsh, lumber, 51.00 1,206 57 

Sixth Concession, Raglan. — Pedlar People, Ltd., culverts 138 72 

Sixth Concession, Vespra. — MacNab and Sons, hardware, etc., 17.78; Pay list, 
wages of men, 224.00; Mrs. R. Poole, board of men, 46.00; petty disbursements, 
10.71 . . 298 49 

Sixth Line, Vespra. — R. Lytton, lumber, 22.58; MacNab and Sons, hardware, 
etc., 11.87; Pay list, wages of men, 287.50; Mrs. R. Poole, board of men, 15.00; 
Chas. Wattie, lumber, 123.26; petty disbursements, 26.20 486 41 

Smith Creek, Sebastapol. — Hy. Behm, lumber, 20.77; Canada Cement Co., Ltd., 
cement, 160.40; Canadian National Railways, freight, 23.74; B. Greening Wire 
Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 12.79; Paul Meilke, lumber, 23.60; Pay list, wages of 
men, 542.55; R. G. Reinke, hardware, etc., 15.44; Hugh Smith, lumber, 89.35; 
Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., steel, 82.67; petty disbursements, 12.56 983 87 

Snake Creek, Bromley. — H. Agnew, stone, etc., 13.10; Estate of L. S. Barraud, 
lumber, 85.05; Canada Cement Co., Ltd., cement, 262.50; Cochrane-Dunlop 
Hardware, Ltd., hardware, 16.72; Jas. Dooner, stone, 10.40; B. Greening Wire 
Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 12.78; Imperial Oil, Ltd., oil and gasoline, 30.05; 
Robt. McGaghan, gravel and lumber, 80.62; Pay list, wages of men, 886.65; 
L. Shaw, lumber, 14.79 1,412 66 

Snake Creek, Wilberforce. — Foster Manufacturing Co., drift pins, pipe, etc., 36.10; 
Pay list, wages of men, 180.75; L. Shaw, lumber, 377.58; petty disbursements, 
10.02 604 45 

South Channel, Bala. — J. W. Burgess, Ltd., provisions, 191.31; Hamilton Bridge 
Co., Ltd., steel beams, 162.00; McNeill and Norr-is, gasoline, etc., 17.69; Pay 
list, wages of men, 647.85; Weismiller Bros., lumber, 119.04; petty disburse- 
ments, 5.42 1,143 31 

Springtown-Calabogie Road, Bagot. — Pay list, wages of men, 25.50; Pedlar People, 

Ltd., culverts, 292.64 318 14 

Tenth Concession, McLean. — Wm. Langmaid, provisions, etc., 31.00; Pay list, 

wages of men, 125.75; petty disbursements, 4.60 161 35 

Third Concession, Lot 23, Brougham. — Pay list, wages of men 212 00 

Third Concession, Lot 11, Gratton. — Pay list, wages of men 220 50 

Third Concession, Lot 30, Radcliffe. — Pay list, wages of men 100 00 

Third Concession, Lots 5 and 6, Raglan. — Pay list, wages of men 127 11 

Third Line, Orillia. — Pay list, wages of men, 465.20; petty disbursements, 12.95.. . . 478 15 

Thompson Creek, Wollaston. — R. J. Henderson, lumber, 223.20; Pay list, wages of 

men, 467.00 690 20 

Troke's Creek, Matachawan. — W. W. Hutson, lumber, 36.50; Pay list, wages of 

men, 162.75 199 25 



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Trout Creek, Faraday. — Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., tees, 22.00; B. Greening Wire 
Co., Ltd., guard rail cable, 11.26; Imperial Oil, Ltd., gasoline, 35.25; C. W. 
Mullett, hardware, cement, etc., 178.89; Wm. Nieman, lumber, 67.10; Pay 
list, wages of men, 485.00; Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., steel, 32.62; petty 
disbursements, 5.00 837 12 

Twelfth Concession, Lot 34, Lyndoch. — Pay list, wages of men 65 25 

Twelfth Concession, Raglan. — V. Leidtke, lumber, 21.00; Pay list, wages of men, 

229.50 250 50 

Twentieth Concession, Lot 4, Wilbe