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3-4 EDWARD VII. 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 


A. 1904 


CANADA 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



FISCAL YEAR ENDED .JUNE 30 


1903 


PRINTED BY ORDER OF PARLIAMENT 



OTTAWA 

PRINTED BY S. E. DAWSON, PRINTER TO THE KING’S MOST 
EXCELLENT MAJESTY 
1904 

[No. 2—1904.] 





A. 1904 


3-4 EDWARD VII. 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 




To His Excellency the Right Honourable Sir Gilbert John Elliot , Earl of Minto , 
G .C .M.G &c., <bc., Governor General of Canada. 

May it Please Your Excellency, — 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Excellency the Public Accounts 
of Canada for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1903. 

All of which is respectfully submitted.* 

W. S. FIELDING, 

Minister of Finance. 

Ottawa, February 15, 1904. 






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A. 1904 


TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page. 

Report of the Deputy Minister of Finance ix 

PART I 

Balance Sheet for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1903 4 

Consolidated Fund n h 10 

Receipts and Payments u m 12 

Table I. — Debt of Canada from July 1, 1867, to June 30, 1903 18 

II. — Receipts and Expenditures of Canada n 20 

III. — Summary of the Liabilities m h 22 

IV. — m Assets ii it 24 

V. — Detailed Liabilities of Canada n 25 

VI. — ii Assets ii it 35 

VII. — Receipts from Consolidated Fund n 54 

VIII. — Expenditure n n . 61 

IX. — Debt of Canada payable in London from 1867 to 1903, according to 

the rate of interest it bears 70 

X. — Liabilities and Assets of Canada from July 1, 1868, to June 30, 

1903, according to the rate of interest they bear 72 

Funded Debt, payable in Canada 79 

ii ii London ' 30 

Loans authorized and redeemed 82 

Sinking Funds 83 

Capital Expenditure 84 

Increase and Decrease of debt from 1867 to 1903 86 

Savings Banks, Post Office 88 

ii Nova Scotia 90 

ii New Brunswick 90 

ii Toronto 90 

ii Winnipeg... 90 

ii British Columbia 90 

it Prince Edward Island 90 

it Recapitulation, 1868 to 1903 91 

ii General Recapitulation, 1868 to 1903 101 

Comparative Statement of Finance Department 102 

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Issues and Redemptions of Dominion notes 103 

Railway Subsidies ? 104 



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SUBSIDIARY STATEMENTS 

PART II 

Revenue Statements. 


Customs 

Excise 

Post Office 

Railways and Canals 

Public Works 

Sick Mariners’ Fund 

Steamboat Inspection 

Ordnance Lands 

Militia and Defence 

Lighthouse and Coast Service 

Gas and Law Stamps 

Weights and Measures 

Premium, Discount and Exchange 

Interest on Investments . . . : 

Fisheries 

Dominion Lands 

Casual Revenue 

Fines and Forfeitures, including Seizures 

Superannuation 

Penitentiaries 

Electric Light Inspection 


PART III 


Expenditure Statements. 

Interest on Public Debt 

Sinking Funds 

Charges of Management 

Redemption of Public Debt 

Premium, Discount and Exchange 

Superannuation 

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Page. 

Expenditure by Services '• 33 

Intercolonial Railway 56 

Prince Edward Island Railway 60 

Indian Fund 61 

Province of Canada Suspense Account 62 

it Ontario Debt Account 62 

ii Quebec Debt Account 62 

it Nova Scotia Debt Account 62 

„ it Suspense Account 62 

n New Brunswick Debt u 63 

ii Prince Edward Island Debt Account 63 

H ii Land ii ... 63 

ii British Columbia Debt Account. . . 63 

ti Manitoba Debt Account 63 

Provincial Subsidy Accounts 64, 66 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 


A. 1904 


Finance Department, Ottawa, January 10, 1904. 


Hon. W. S. Fielding, 

Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Sir, — I have the honour to submit to you the Public Accounts for the year ended 
June 30, 1903. 

The receipts on account of Consolidated Fund for the year amounted to $66,037,- 
068 . 93, and the expenditure on the same account for the same period to $51,691,902.76. 
The surplus of receipts over expenditure was therefore $14,345,166 . 17. 


The expenditure chargeable to capital was as follows 
Railways — 

Intercolonial Railway 

Prince Rdward Island Railway 

Canals — 

Lachine 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Trent 

Welland 

Murray 

St. Lawrence River — 

Cornwall 

Farran’s Point 

Galops 

Lake St. Francis 

Lake St. Louis Channel 

North Channel 

Rapid Plat v . .............. . 

River Reaches 

Soulanges 

Public Works — 

Government Buildings, Ottawa 

Montreal Harbour Improvements .... 

Quebec Harbour Improvements 

River St. Lawrence Ship Channel 

Port Colborne Harbour .... 

River Kaministiquia 

Port Arthur Harbour 

St. Andrew’s Rapids 

Telegraph Lines 

Yukon Territory 

Militia 

Dominion Lands 


$2,254,266 68 
829,414 18 


58,426 92 
65,933 43 
523,950 74 
315,819 49 
500 00 

77.833 81 
10,266 92 

345,354 92 
5,000 00 
9,508 72 

126.833 94 
18,483 34 
16,432 28 

248,929 10 

$4,906,954 47 


31,177 75 
251,320 47 
18,831 65 
496,634 35 
262,666 46 
59,704 91 
29,146 02 
62,852 84 
20,033 45 
35,636 61 


,268,004 51 
428,223 40 
449,542 20 


$7,052,724 58 


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Railway Subsidies to the amount of $1,463,222.34 were paid on account of the 


following : — 

Atlantic and North-western Railway $ 186,600 00 

Quebec Bridge 132,353 33 

Crow’s Nest Pass Railway 60,000 00 

Cape Breton Railway Extension 65,280 00 

Canadian Pacific Railway — West Selkirk Branch. . . . 83,200 00 

m Dyment Branch 22,336 00 

m Kootenay and Arrowhead 42,771 00 

ii Waskada Branch 50,480 00 

Great Western Railway 37,777 20 

Inverness and Richmond Railway 91,775 53 

Algoma Central and Hudson’s Bay Railway 202,912 00 

Atlantic and Lake Superior Railway 52,353 98 

Manitoulin and North Shore Railway 32,000 00 

Bay of Quin te Railway 19,200 00 

Canadian Northern Railway 57,485 00 

Bruce Mines and Algoma Railway, . . 28,800 00 

Halifax and Yarmouth Railway 60,000 00 

Midland Railway ... 190,186 30 

Maganetawan River Railway 3,552 00 

Tilsonburg, Lake Erie and Pacific Railway 44,160 00 


$1,463,222 34 

The sum of $1,408,252.60 was paid on account of bounties on iron and steel and 
$130,469.53 was paid in connection with the South African contingents and Halifax 
garrison. 

At the close of the fiscal year the balance at the credit of the depositors in the 
Post Office and Government savings banks amounted to $60,771,129.25, an increase of 
$2,333,140.55 over the balance held on June 30, 1902 ; part of this increase, $1,729,- 
292.81, represents interest added to the various accounts, and the remainder, $603,- 
847.74 the excess of receipts over withdrawals. 

In accordance with the terms of the Act 3 Edward VII., Chapter 62, the Minister 
of Finance and Receiver General is required to hold, for the purpose of securing the 
repayment of deposits made in the Post Office and Government savings banks, an 
amount in gold or in gold and Canada securities guaranteed by the Government of the 
United Kingdom equal to not less than 10 per cent of the total amount at the credit 
of the depositors. The terms of the provision have been carried out, and statements 
published from month to month in the Canada Gazette showing the state of the reserve. 

The demand for the $1 and $2 Dominion notes still continues, as will be seen from 
the following table showing their circulation at the end of September and October for 
each year from 1896 : 


— 

1896. 

1897. 

1898. 

1899. 

1900. 

1901. 

1902. 

1903. 

September 

October 

8 

7,343,959 

7,601,234 

8 

7,720,014 

7,958,026 

8 

\ 

8,368,238 

8,612,602 

8 

9,269,513 

9,421,885 

8 

9,967,963 

10,218,684 

8 

10,534,439 

10,461,770 

8 

11,293,752 

11,511,447 

8 

12,006,172 

12,158,190 


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A change was made by the legislation of the last session of Parliament whereby 
the limit of issue of Dominion notes, for which the security of twenty-five per cent 
gold and securities of Canada guaranteed by the Government of the United Kingdom is 
required to be held as reserve, was increased from twenty to thirty millions of dollars. 
For issues beyond this latter sum dollar for dollar in gold has to be held in the trea- 
sury. The reserve thus released enabled the Department to provide for the ten per 
cent reserve required for the amount of savings bank deposits before referred to. 

Investments on account of the sinking funds of the various loans were made during 
the year to the amount of $2,620,588.46, making the total amount held on this account 
on the 30th June, $53,494,588.32. 

The net debt of the Dominion at the close of the fiscal year was $261,606,988.87 
being a reduction from the previous year of $10,222,100.75, the details of which are as 
follows : — 


Capital expenditure on railways, canals and public 


works , $6,174,958 98 

Capital expenditure on Dominion lands 449,542 20 

u on Militia 428,223 40 

Railway subsidies 1,463,222 34 

South Africa contingents and Halifax garrison 130,469 53 

Bounties on iron and steel 1,408,252 60 


Less — Surplus 

Sinking funds 

Refunds on account of orth- 
west Territories rebellion . . 
Readjustment of assets and 
liabilities in connection 
with the settlement of ac- 
counts between the Dom- 
inion and the provinces of 
Ontario and Quebec . . 
Consolidated Fund Transfers. 


$10,054,669 05 

$14,34*5,166 17 
2,620,588 46 

3,040 43 


3,305,450 24 
2,524 50 

20,276,769 80 


$10,222,100 75 

The average rate of interest paid on the gross debt for the year was $3 . 02 as com- 
pared with $3 . 09 in the previous year, and the net rate of interest paid has fallen from 
$2.57 to $2.47. ' % 

While the net debt shows a decrease of $10,222,100.75 on the 30th June last, it is 
well to bear in mind that of this reduction the sum of $3,305,450.24 is represented by a 
decrease caused by a readjustment of the assets and liabilities in connection with the 
settlement of accounts outstanding since Confederation between the Dominion and the 
Provinces of Ontario and Quebec. The reduction in the net debt resulting from the 
ordinary business of working of the year was therefore $“6,914,126.01. 

The accounts between the Dominion and the provinces of Ontario and Quebec 
arising out of Confederation, and that have for so many years been in process of adjust- 
ment, have, I am glad to say been brought to a closing point. Since the issue of the 


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last Public Accounts a settlement has been arrived at with the province of Quebec, and 
copies of the accounts with the two provinces will be found printed herewith. 

There remains nothing more to be done by the arbitrators so far as arbitration of 
accounts is concerned. 

Three questions however are at issue between the Dominion and the provinces. 
The first is that of the claim of the Dominion against the province of Ontario under 
Treaty No. 3. The papers in the case have been filed with the Exchequer Court, to 
which tribunal it was agreed the matter should be referred, and I expect the case will 
come to a hearing in the early summer. The second point at issue concerns the three 
funds set forth in the balance sheet of the Dominion, namely, the Lower Canada 
Superior Education Fund, the property of Quebec, and the Upper Canada Grammar 
School Fund and Upper Canada Building Fund, the properties of Ontario. 

The Dominion Government has paid interest at the rate of 5 per cent on these 
funds to the two provinces, while from the provinces, on the indebtedness due the 
Dominion, the rate of 4 per cent has been received. The Dominion Government, after 
reference to the Department of Justice, has given notice that on the 1st July, 1904, 
these funds will either be paid over to the respective provinces, or the rate of interest 
payable reduced to 4 per cent. The province of Ontario claims that the rate cannot be 
reduced, and that the funds cannot be paid off. This conflict of opinion may have to be 
brought to a settlement by the court. 

The third question is one relating to what is known as the Yule Bridge. This 
claim was made by representatives of the Yule family for the value of a bridge over the 
Chambly River. The bridge was built upwards of sixty years ago. The terms of its 
construction were that the Yule family should have possession of it and exact tolls on 
traffic over it for fifty years, after which the bridge itself was to become the property 
of the then province of Canada, its value to be settled by the courts. The case was 
submitted to the Exchequer Court which gave jugdment in favour of the Yule family 
for $36,810.82. The Dominion as representing the old province of Canada satisfied 
the judgment and proceeded to apportion the amount between the two provinces of 
Ontario and Quebec. The province of Ontario claims that as the bridge is situated in 
the province of Quebec the amount should be paid in full by that province. Qutbec 
claims that, the bridge being the property of the old province of Canada, the Dominion 
should assume the payment, inasmuch as the Dominion took over the assets and 
liabilities of that province at Confederation. In order to advance the settlement of 
the matter, when the payment of the last half year’s subsidy was being made the 
provinces, a proportionate dedication was made from the amounts payable the provinces 
of Ontario and Quebec to cover the judgment in this matter. As the provinces object 
to that method of dealing with the amount reference to the court may be necessary to 
determine where the liability lies. 

Statements are submitted showing the aggregate receipts and expenditure of the 
Dominion, year by year, from Confederation to June 30, last. 

A statement will be found appended giving the number of officers subject to the 
Civil Service Superannuation Act. The number has fallen from 2,520, in 1902, to 
2,396, in June last. 


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No interest has been received during the year on account of the following invest- 
ments : — 

Albert Railway Company. 

Three Rivers Harbour Commission. 

Quebec Harbour Commission. 

Fredericton and St. Mary’s Bridge Co. 

Montreal Turnpike Trust. 

A year ago in my report on the Public Accounts of the year 1902, I made seme 
reference to the close of my career as a public servant which at that time I thought 
was near at hand. At your request I have remained in the Department until the 
present, and it is understood that at a very early day I am to be released from further 

service. 

• 

It has always been a pleasure to me to make mention of the assistance I have 
received from the members of the staff of the Department. I again publicly recognize 
the zeal, devotion to duty, and intelligent interest they have displayed in the work of 
the Department during the year under review. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

.J. M. COURTNEY, 

Deputy Minister of Finance. 




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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 


A. 1904 


IN THE EXCHEQUER COURT OF CANADA. 


BETWEEN:— 


THE DOMINION OF CANADA, 

AND 

THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 


BE Controversy as to the date from which Interest is to be paid by Ontario 
to the Dominion upon the Balance found due from Ontario to the 
Dominion by the award of the Arbitrators dated 1st August, 1900 

In August 1894 an agreement was concluded between the parties whereby the 
Province of Ontario agreed to pay interest at the rate of four per centum per annum 
upon the balance that should, in certain proceedings by way of Arbitration mentioned 
in this case is whether it was a term or condition of that agreement that such interest 
should be computed from the first day of July, 1894. If so, Ontario is entitled to the 
judgment of the Court; if not, judgment should go for the Dominion. 

By the terms of the submission under which, and subject to certain statutes refer- 
red to in the case, the’ arbitration was being proceeded with the arbitrators were to 
bring down and extend the accounts submitted to them to the 31st day of December, 
1892 inclusive. That is, the balance was to be struck as of that date. The arbitrators 
had power to make, and made from time to time a number of awards dealing with 
different matters submitted to them. The first award made and set out in this case, 
was published on the 2nd of November, 1893. By that award, it was among other 
things, provided that certain trust funds belonging to the Province of Ontario and 
Quebec should be treated as intact and unimpaired and that interest thereon at the 
rate of five per centum per annum should be carried half-yearly into the separate 
accounts of Ontario and Quebec ; that the Province of Canada account should be made 
up at simple interest at the rate of five per centum per annum ; that in the separate 
accounts of Ontario and Quebec these provinces should respectively be allowed simple 
interest on any balance from time to time existing in their favour, at the rate mentioned 
(except where some other rate had been expressly agreed to) ; and that the question as 
to whether or not the Dominion should be allowed simple interest at the rate mentioned 
on any balance that might from time to time be found to exist in its favour in the 
separate accounts of Ontario and Quebec should be reserved for further argument. 
That question was not decided until August 31st, 1894, when the award dealing there- 
with and set out in the present case was made. By another award, also set out in the 
case, published on the 1st of August, 1900, the balance due on the 31st December, 1892 
by the Province of Ontario to the Dominion of Canada, apart from the trust funds 
mentioned, and subject to some matters not disposed of, was determined to be 
$1,815,848.59. The contention of the Dominion is that interest on this sum at the 


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rate of four per centum per annum should be computed half-yearly from and after 
January 1st, 1893. The contention of Ontario on the other hand is that such interest 
should, as a result of the agreement come to between the parties, be computed half- 
yearly from and after July 1st, 1894, the difference between the two contentions being 
represented by a sum of $113,176.54. 

Between the dates of the two awards first mentioned, that is, between the 2nd of 
November 1893, and the 31st of August 1894, the correspondence took place, out of 
which arose the contract or agreement now in question. It was commenced by letters 
dated the 21st of December, 1893, from Mr. Courtney, the Deputy Minister of Finance 
to the Treasurers of the Provinces of Ontario and Quebec, in which attention was called 
to the state of the accounts between the Dominion and the Provinces as affectecPby the 
award of November 2nd, 1893. It appears from the correspondence (see Sir Oliver 
Mowat’s letter of December 28th, 1893 in answer to Mr. Courtney’s) that the accounts 
that had from time to time been prepared and which had been submitted to the arbitra- 
tors showed balances in favour of the Provir ce of Ontario apart altogether from the 
trust funds referred to ; and I think it is a fair inference from what appears in the case 
that at the time this correspondence opens it had come to be known that apart from 
such trust funds the balance of account would be in favour of the Dominion for a 
large sum. 

As has been observed, the Arbitrators had by their award directed that these trust 
funds should be treated as intact and unimpaired. It is obvious that this direction 
should be read in the connection in which it occurs, and that its primary object and 
purpose was to prescribe a rule to be followed in the computation of interest in taking 
accounts which by the terms of the submission were to be brought down to the 31st of 
December, 1892. Whether such funds, or any of them, were held by the Dominion on 
terms that prevented it from paying them off at any time at its will, or if not, whether 
the Arbitrators intended, or if they so intended, whether they had authority to attach 
any such condition to the terms on which such funds were held, are questions outside of 
the present enquiry. What is evident from the correspondence printed in this case is 
that in December, 1893, there was some question as to the right of the Dominion to pay 
the provinces the amount of these funds and so get rid of the obligation to pay interest 
thereon at the rate of five per centum per annum. 

Briefly then, the circumstances under which the correspondence opened, were 
these : — An Arbitration was proceeding upon accounts that showed on the face of them 
that apart from certain trust funds the Dominion was indebted to the Provinces of 
Ontario and Quebec. In the course of these proceedings it had become apparent that 
on a proper taking of the accounts the balances would be the other way, and there 
seems to have been some question whether or not these trust funds could be brought 
into account to lessen or discharge such balances. Moreover, the question of the 
Dominion’s right to interest on such balances had not then been determined. Under 
these circumstances Mr. Courtney, writing for the Government of Canada, stated in the 
letters referred to that while it was contended on behalf of the Dominion that the 
Dominion should be awarded interest upon these balances, the right to such interest, so 
far as the past was concerned, was still a matter for determination, but as to the future 
it was deemed prudent and advisable that an understanding should be come to with 
regard to interest upon the balances in favour of the Dominion which would avoid any 
further misunderstanding or difference ; and he proposed to the treasurer of each 
province that the province should agree to pay to the Dominion from the first of J anuary 
then next (1894) simple interest at five per cent upon the balances in account then 
standing in favour of the Dominion, until such balances should be discharged by the 
Province, or in the event of the Province failing so to agree the subsidies to which it was 
entitled should be applied in reduction and payment of such balances. No conclusion 
was arrived at upon that proposal. Action was eventually deferred until the J uly 
subsidies were about to fall due. when the question was again raised. And here it may 
be convenient to observe that while the Province of Quebec is not a party to this case, 
and is in no way bound by any conclusion that is come to, it is necessary to refer to the 


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correspondence on this subject that took place between the Dominion and that Province 
and which was made the basis of the agreement come to between the Dominion and 
Ontario. 

On the 4th of June, 1894 Mr. Courtney, in a letter to Mr. Machin, the Assistant 
Treasurer of Quebec, referring to previous correspondence, asked to be informed whether 
the Province of Quebec was willing to agree to pay the Dominion simple interest, at five 
per cent, upon the balances in account standing in favour of the Dominion, until such 
balances should be discharged by the province, or in the event of the province failing 
so to agree the subsidies should be applied in reduction and payment of such balances. 
Passing over some correspondence that is not material now to the question in issue it 
will be found that in a letter of the 26th of June, 1894, Mr. Taillon, Premier and 
Acting Treasurer of Quebec wrote to the Minister of Finance that the financial 
position of the Province of Quebec was such that it would absolutely require the half- 
yearly subsidy to enable it to meet its engagements, and rather than fail in these his 
government was prepared, in the event of the Dominion insisting upon exerting its 
power to retain the subsidy, to agree to a rate of interest to be computed upon any 
balances which might as a result of the Arbitration then in progress, be established to 
exist in favour of the Dominion by the province on the general account from the 1st of 
July proximo; and he suggested that three and a half per cent per annum, being the 
rate of interest on the last issue of Dominion securities, should be the rate fixed upon 
and paid until such balances were discharged by the province, it being fully understood 
that Quebec under any circumstances should not be placed in any worse position than 
the Province of Ontario. To that letter, Mr. Courtney, on the 29th of June, 1894, 
answered that the arrangement could not be closed at a rate of interest less than four 
per cent. By a telegram of the 2nd of July, 1894, Mr. Taillon agreed to the rate of 
four per centum, and promised a letter confirming his telegram. On the 6th of July, 
1894, Mr. Machin, in a letter to Mr. Courtney acknowledging the receipt of a cheque 
in payment of the half-yearly subsidy and interest on trust funds stated that he was 
directed to confirm Mr. Taillon’s telegram of the 2nd and added that ‘ this determines 
the rate of interest to be paid by the province on any balances that may be established 
by the arbitration as existing in favour of the Dominion at the 1st of July instant at 
four per cent per annum.’ 

It is not necessary, I think, to go through the correspondence on the same subject 
between the Dominion and the Province of Ontario. Mr. Taillon’s telegram of July 
2nd, 1894, and an extract from Mr. Machin’s letter of the 6th of that month were com- 
municated to Sir Oliver Mowat, and Ontario on the 18th of August, 1894, by a letter 
from the Acting Deputy Attorney General of that province to the Acting Deputy of 
the Minister of Finance accepted the same conditions as Quebec in respect to the pay- 
ment of the subsidy. I refer also to Sir Oliver Mo wat’s letter of the 26th of July, 
1894 to Sir John Thompson, in which he states that he understood that the subsidy 
due to Quebec on the 1st of July had been paid on the consent of the government of 
that province to pay interest at four per centum per annum on any balance found to be 
due to the Dominion, such interest to be reckoned from and after 1st of July, 1894, 
and he offered on behalf of Ontario to accept the subsidy on these terms. 

Now, as has been observed, the question for determination is whether or not it was 
a term or condition of the agreement come to that the interest at the rate of four per 
centum per annum on the balances mentioned should be paid from the 1st of July 1894 ; 
and that question of fact should, it seems to me, be answered in the affirmative. Mr. 
Courtney on behalf of the Dominion was the first to name a day from which the arrange- 
ment then proprosed should take effect. When later he renewed the negociation he did 
not mention any date, but Mr. Taillon in his reply, and Mr. Machin in his letter con- 
firming Mr. Taillon’s telegram did, and no question having been raised as to that 
matter, the Dominion must, I think, be taken to have accepted and agreed to the date 
proposed by Mr. Taillon. Mr. Courtney’s letters of December 21, 1893, left the 
question of one year’s interest on the balances of the accounts as they would be found to 
exist on the 31st of December 1892, to be determined in some way other than by the 

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arrangement .or agreement then proposed. Why the proposal was made in that form 
does not appear. It may be that it was thought at the time that the Arbitrators could 
deal with all the past to which reference was made, or that any rule as to interest on 
such balances which they should prescribe would apply until the parties agreed to some 
other rule. Or it may be that the matter was left to the operation of law to be 
determined in any appropriate manner. The latter view of the matter would raise the 
question as to whether, apart from any agreement, the Dominion would be entitled to 
interest at the legal and current rate of interest on the balance found in its favour. 
That question is not raised now, and it may be that the agreement that was come to 
stands in the way of its being raised at any time. As to these questions it would not 
be proper for me to express any opinion, and I express none. One thing, however, is 
clear, — the proposals made in 1893 contained no provision in respect of interest prior to 
January 1st 1894, on the balances mentioned. Then the agreement come to with the 
Province of Quebec in July, 1894 left the interest prior to the first of that month to 
be settled and and determined (if at all) by reference to considerations other than those 
arising fron the agreement of the parties. That agreement was, I think, operative 
fromthelst of July 1894 and not before that date. If so, no interest could be payable under 
it prior to that time, and therefore I am unable to agree with the contention set up by 
the Dominion that it is entitled by virtue of this agreement to interest at the rate 
mentioned on the balance in its favour from the 31st of December 1892, to the 1 st of July 
1894. On the other hand, with respect to any claim now made for the payment of in- 
terest based on the agreement of the parties, I agree with the contention of the Prov- 
ince of Ontario that it is so payable from the 1st of July 1894 only. And I understand 
this case to be limited to that question, and not to go beyond it ; the question being 
briefly on the one hand whether the parties agreed to a rate of interest only ; or on the 
other hand not only to such rate, but also to a date from which it- should be computed. 
That, from paragraphs five, six and eleven of the case, and from the arguments of Coun- 
sel, I understand to be the only question submitted fordecision. And confining my answer 
to that question I agree with the contention put forward on the part of the Province 
of Ontario, and I think that judgment should, on that issue, be entered for that Prov- 
ince. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Province of Ontario in Account with the Dominion of Canada. 


Date. 


Dr. 

Cr. 


1892. 


$ cts. 

$ cts. 

Dec. 31.... 

To Balance 

1,815,848 59 


1893. 




Jan. 1. . . . 

By Subsidy for half year 


598,436 40 

„ l 



71,207 24 

„ 3.... 

To Cash for subsidy .... 

598,436 40 

„ 3.... 

Cash on account 

150,000 00 


June 30. . . . 

By Interest on Trust Funds ... 


47,746 14 

,, 30 



36,057 10 
598,436 40 
71,207 24 

July 1.. . 
„ 1.... 

Subsidy for half year 

Interest under 47 Vic., cap. 4 


„ 3.... 

To Cash for subsidy . 

598,436 40 

„ 3... 

Cash on account 

150,000 00 


Dec. 31 

By Interest on Trust Funds. . . . 

47,746 14 

„ 31.... 

Interest on Common School Fund 


36,057 10 

1894. 




Jan. 1 

„ 1.... 

Bv Subsidy for half year 

Interest under 47 Vic., cap. 4 


598,436 40 
71,207 24 

„ 24.... 

To Cash 

' 753,446 88 

June 30 

m 30 


47,746 14 
36,057 10 
598,436 40 
71,207 24 



July 1... 

1 l 

Subsidy for half year . . 


Aug. 20 

To Cash 

753,446 88 

Dec. 31.... 
„ 31 . 



47,746 14 
36,057 10 

Interest on Common School F und 


„ 31.... 

To Interest .. 

33,767 65 

1895. 




Jan. 1 i 

„ 1 

By Subsidy for half year — 

Interest under 47 Vic., cap. 4 , 


598,436 40 
71,207 24 

2.... 

To Cash 

753,446 88 

„ 8 . . . 

Payment on account, Province of Canada 

527 71 


„ 29. .. 

II II II 

527 71 


Feb. 5 

H II H 

1,923 94 


June 30 .... 

By Interest on Trust Funds 

47,746 14 
36,057 10 

„ 30 

Interest on Common School Fund 


„ 30.... 

To Interest 

38,109 43 

July 1 ... 

„ 1....I 

By Subsidy for half year 

Interest under 47 Vic., cap. 4 


598,436 40 
71,207 24 

.. 2.... 

To Cash 

705,700 74 

» 17.... 

•Payments on account, Province of Canada 

34 77 


Dec. 31 

By Interest on Trust Funds 


47,746 14 
36,057 10 

„ 31 

Interest on Common School Fund 


.. 31.... 

To Interest. 

38,569 20 

1896. 




Jan. 1 

By Subsidy for half year 


598,436 40 
71,207 24 

„ 1 

Interest under 47 Vic., cap. 4.. . . , ... 


.. 1.... 

To Cash 

669,643 64 

June 30 ... 

By Interest on Trust Funds 

47,746 14 
36,057 10 

„ 30 

Interest on Common School Fund 


.. 30.... 

To Interest 

37,123 16 

July 1 . . . 

Cash 

669,643 64 


it 1.... 

„ 1 

By Subsidy for half year 

Interest under 47 Vic., cap. 4 

598,436 40 
71,207 24 

„ 13.... 

iTo Cash : 

72,114 20 

Dec. 31 

By Interest on Trust Funds _ 

47,746 14 
36,057 10 

„ 31...! 

Interest on Common School Fund 


Dec. 31... 

To Interest 

38,148 62 

1897. 




Jan. 1 

„ 1 

By Subsidy for half year 

Interest under 47 Vic,, cap. 4 


598.436 40 
71,207 24 

.. 1.. . 

To Cash „ 

669,643 64 

• 

Carried forward 




2-Bi 


XX 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

Province of Ontario in Account with the Dominion of Canada — Continued. 


Date. 

— 

Dr. 

Cu. 

1897. 


$ cts. 

$ ets. 

Jan. 20 

J une 30 ... . 
30 


35,000 00 



47,746 14 
36,057 10 



„ 30 . 


37,339 01 

July 1 

„ 1... 
!•••■ 
„ 14 


598,436 40 
71,207 24 

Interest under 47 Vic., cap. 4 

To Cash ' 

Cash 

669,643 64 
35,000 00 
146 23 

Aug. 3 

Dec 31 



By Interest on Trust Funds 

47,746 14 
36,057 10 

.. 31 



„ 31 .. 


37,754 03 

1898. 




By Subsidy for half year 


598,436 40 
71,207 24 

„ 1.... 

Interest under 47 Vic., cap. 4 

' 

„ 5 ... 

To Cash 

669,643 64 
35,000 00 

M 5 

J une 30 . . . 

Cash . . 

By Interest on Trust Funds 

47,746 14 
36,057 10 

30.... 

„ 30 . . . 

Interest on Common School Fund 

To Interest 

36,972' 67 

July 1.... 
„ l 

By Subsidy for half year . . . 

598,436 40 
71,207 24 



„ 1 

To Cash 

669,643 64 

35.000 00 

60.000 00 
16,277 46 
47,535 17 

,i 11.... 

Cash 


ii *>8 

Cash 


„ 28.... 

Transfer to Common School Fund 


Dec. 10 .. 

„ 31 . . 

„ 31. . 

Transfer to Common School Fund 

By Interest on Trust Funds 

Interest on Common School Fund 

. 

47,746 14 
36,244 56 

.. 31... 

To Interest 

38,718 22 

1899. 



Jan. 1.... 

By Subsidy for half year 


598,436 40 

1.... 

Interest under 47 Vic., cap. 4 


71,207 24 

.. 1.... 

.. 1... 

To Cash 

Cash 

669,643 64 
50,00*0 00 

June 30 

By Interest on Trust Funds . 

47,746 14 
36,674 26 

30.... 

Interest on Common School Fund. 


.. 30.... 

To Interest 

39,287 74 

July 1 

„ 1... 

By Subsidy for half year 

. 59S,436 40 

71,207 24 

Interest under 47 Vic., cap. 4 


.. 1.... 

„ 1.... 

To Cash . . 

Cash. ... : . . 

669,643 64 
35,000 00 
45,009 00 
6,983 14 

Aug- 25 

Dec. 12 

Cash. ..... 


Transfer to Common School Fund 


.. 31.... 

By Interest on Trust Funds 

47,746 14 
36,681 30 

„ 31.... 

Interest on Common School Fund 


„ 31.... 

To Interest 

40,380 35 

1900. 




Jan. 1..'. , 

By Subsidy for half year 


598,436 40 
71,207 24 

.. 1.... 

Interest under 47 Vic., cap. 4 


Jan. 1 

To Cash 

669,643 64 
50,000 00 

1.... 
June 30 

Cash 

By Interest on Trust Funds 

47,746 14 
36,741 79 

ii 30 . 

Interest on Common School Fund 


.. 30... 

To Interest 

40,236 05 

Julv 1 . . . . 

By Subsidy for half year 

598,436 40 
71,207 24 

.. 1.... 

Interest under 47 Vic., cap. 4 


.. 1... 

.. 5.... 

To Cash 

Cash 

669,643 64 
50,000 00 





Carried forward 




PUBLIC ACCOUNTS xxi 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Province of Ontario in Account with the Dominion of Canada — Continued. 


Date. 


1900. 


Dec. 

31 

11 

31 

.. 

31 

1901. 

Jan. 

1 

II 

1 

« f 

1 

June 

30 

If 

30 

If 

30 

July 

1 

„ 

1 

„ 

1 

Dec. 

31 

„ 

31 

.. 

31. 

1902. 

Jan. 

1, 

II 

1 

II 

1 

June 

30 

ft 

30 

If 

30 

July 

1 . 

II 

1 . 

„ 

1 

Dec. 

31 

II 

31. 

II 

31. 


— 

Dr, 

Brought forward 

8 cts. 

By Interest on Trust Funds 


Interest on Common School Fund 


To Interest 

40,991 33 

By Subsidy for half year 

Interest under 47 Vic., cap. 4 


To Cash 

669,643 64 

By Interest on Trust Funds 

Interest on Common School Fund 

To Interest 

39,486 47 

By Subsidy for half year 

Interest under 47 V ic. , cap. 4 


To Cash 

669,643 64 

By Interest on Trust Funds 

Interest on Common School Fund 


To Interest 

39,231 51 

By Subsidy for half year 

Interest under 47 Vic., cap 4 


To Cash 

By Interest on Trust Funds 

669,643 64 

Interest on Common School Fund 


To Interest 

By Subsidy for half year 

37,691 41 

Interest under 47 Vic., cap. 4 


To Cash 

669,643 64 

Bv Interest on Trust Funds 

Interest on Common School Fund 


To Interest 

Balance '. 

37,389 59 


16,881,041 10 


Cr. 


8 cts. 


47,740 14 
36,773 51 


598,436 40 

71,207 24 

47,746 14 
36,841 62 

598,436 40 

71,207 24 

47,746 14 
36,883 76 


598,436 40 

71,207 24 

47,746 14 
35,892 18 

598,436 40 

71,207 24 

47,746 14 
35,897 93 

1,807,986 49 


16,881,041 10 


To Balance, Dec. 31, 1902, 81,807,986.49. 


The above account has been examined and is hereby accepted according to its 
purport, by counsel for the respective Governments of Ontario and the Dominion. 

^EMILIUS IRVING, 

For Ontario. 

W. D. HOGG, 

For Dominion. 


Dated December 30, 1902. 


xxii 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

Province of Canada, in Account with Dominion of Canada. 



— 


Ontai'io’s 

proportion. 

\ 

Quebec’s 

proportion. 

1895. 


$ cts. 

$ cts . 

$ cts. 

Jan. 8.. 

To advance to S. J. Dawson, attorney for Tibbits, on 
account of claim 

1,000 00 

527 71 

472 29 

.. 29.. 

m ii • . 

1,000 00 

527 71 

472 29 

Feb. 5.. 
1896. 

S. J. Dawson, attorney for J. Tibbits. $2,468 67 

Representatives John Glazier 1,093 93 

Executors H. Beveridge 83 27 

3,645 87 

1,923 94 

1,721 93 

July 17.. 

O’Connor & Hogg, professional services, Holgate 
vs. Queen 

65 88 

34 77 

31 11 

1897. 

Aug. 3. . 

O’Connor & Hogg, services re Tibbits 

277 10 

* 

146 23 

130 87 


Common SchoohFund. 


1892. 


$ cts. 

Dec. 31 . . 

By balance . . 

2,457,688 62 

1898. 



July 28.. 

Transfer from Ontario account 

16,277 46 

Dec. 10. . 

tf II . 

47,535 17 

1899. 



Dec. 12 . . 

It t» 

6,983 14 

1900. 



Nov. 3.. 

Cash 

6,804 79 

1901. 


Nov. 7.. 

II 

9,706 91 

1902. 


Dec. 23 . . 

II 1 ..... i . 

9,193 18 
2,554,189 27 






/ 


i 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 


XXUl 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Common School Fund Interest Account — 5 per cent. 


Date. 

« » 

Amount. 

Interest. 

Dec. 31, 1808 

Interest, 6 mos. on $2,457,688.62 

$ cts. 
61,442 21 

July 28 to Dec 31, 1898 

n 156 days on $16,277.46 

347 83 

Dec. 10 to Dec. 31, 1898 

.. 21 days on $47,535.17 

136 74 

June 30, 1899 

Interest, 6 mos. on $2,521,501.25 

61,926 78 
63,037 55 

Dec. 31, 1899 

.. 6 mos. on $2,521,501.25 

63,037 55 

12, 1899 . 

ii 19 days on $6,983.14 . 

18 17 



63,055 72 

June 30, 1900. . . 

Interest, 6 mos. on $2,528,484 39 . . 

63,212 10 

63,212 10 
54 06 

Dec. 31, 1900 

H 6 mos. on $2,528,484.39 

Nov. 3, 1900 

ii 58 days on $6,804.79 



63,266 16 

June 30, 1901 

Interest, 6 mos. on $2,535,289.18 . 

63,382 22 

63,382 22 
71 80 

Dec. 31, 1901 

ii 6 mos. on $2,535,289. 18 : .... 

Nov. 7, 1901 

ii 24 days on $9,706.91 

June 30, 1902 

Interest, 6 mos. on $2,544,996.09 

63,454 02 

63,624 90 

63,624 90 
10 07 

Dec. 31. 1902 

ii 6 mos. on $2,544,996.09 

Dec. 23 to Dec. 31, 190* 

ii 8 days on $9,193.18. . 



63,634 97 


xxiv 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

ONTARIO. 


Common School Fund — Interest Account. 

1 p. c. to be deducted from Ontario’s share on transfers made from Ontario’s Account 

to Common School Fund. 


Date. 

Amount. 

Interest. 

Dec. 31, 1898. 

156 days interest on 816,277.46 

$ cts. 
69 56 

1 21 days interest on $47,535.17 

27 35 



96 91 

June 30, 1899. 

| 6 mos. interest on $63,812.63 

319 06 

Dec. 31, 1899.! 

1 6 mos. interest on $63,812.63. 

! 19 days interest on $6,983.14 

319 06 
3 63 



322 69 

June 30, 1900. 

6 mos. interest on $70,795.77 ' 

353 97 

Dec. 31, 1900. 

6 mos. interest on $70,795.77 

353 97 

June 30, 1901. 

6 mos. interest on $70,795. 77 

353 97 

Dec. 31, 1901 . 

6 mos. interest on $70,795.77 

353 97 



June 30, 1902. 

6 mos. interest on $70,795 77 

353 97 

Dec. 31, 1902. 

6 mos. interest on $70,795.77 

353 97 


\ 

Common School Fund — Interest Account. 


Date. 

\ 

- 1 

Total 

at 

5 p. c. 

Ontario’s 

Proportion. 

Less 

rebate of 
1 p. c. 
on . 

Transfers. 

Balance 
to be 

credited in 
Account. 

June 30, 1893, to June 30, 1898 (inclusive), 

$ cts. 

$ Ct8. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

interest was $61,442.21 half yearly 

675,864 31 

396,628 10 


396,628 10 

Dec. 31, 1898 

61,926 78 

36,341 47 

96 91 

36,244 56 

June 30, 1899 

63,037 55 

36,993 32 

319 06 

36,674 26 

Dec. 31, 1899 

63,055 72 

37,003 99 

322 69 

36,681 30 

June 30, 1900 

63,212 10 

37,095 76 

353 97 

36,741 79 

Dec. 31, 1900 

63,266 16 

37,127 48 

353 97 

36,773 51 

June 30, 1901 

63,382 22 

37,195 59 

353 97 

36,841 62 

Dec. 31, 1901 

63,454 02 

37,237 73 

353 97 

36,883 76 

J une 30, 1902 

63,624 90 

36,246 15 

353 97 

35,892 18 

Dec. 31, 1902 

63,634 97 

36,251 90 

353 97 

35,897 93 

Total 

1,244,458 73 

728,121 49 

2,862 48 

725,259 01 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 


XXV 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Province of Quebec in Account with Dominion of Canada. 


Date. 


Dr. 


Cr. 


1892. 


Dec. 31 . . 
31. 

1893. 


To balance 

By overcharge rent 5^ acres land 


§ cts. 
1,096,325 11 


$ cts. 
100 00 


Jan. 1 

1 . .. 

M 1 


April 1. 
June 17. 
.. 30. 


July 1 

1 . ... 

If 1 . • 

Dec. 31. . 
m 31 ... . 

1894. 


By subsidy, &c 

To cash 

cash 

rent of 5^ acres land 

rent fuel yard 

By interest on Trust Funds 

interest on Common School F und . 

subsidy, &c 

To cash 

cash 

By interest on Trust Funds 

interest on Common School Fund. 


479,626 40 
100,000 00 
50 00 
750 00 


479,626 40 

100,000 00 


543,356 74 


10,307 86 
25,385 11 
543,356 74 


10,307 86 
25,385 11 


Jan. 1 

II 1 

If 1 

April 1 

June 17 

„ 30. . . . 

.. 30 

July 1 . . . 

„ 1 

H 1 

Dec. 31 

31 

31 

1895. 


subsidy, &c 

To cash . . 

cash 

rent 5^ acres land 

rent fuel yard 

By interest on Trust F unds 

interest on Common School Fund 

subsidy, &c 

To cash ... 

cash 

balance 

By interest on Trust Funds 

interest on Common School Fund 


543,356 74 
35,692 97 
50 00 
750 00 


543,356 74 
35,692 97 


543,356 74 


10,307 86 
25,385 11 
543,356 74 


1,134,671 46 
10,307 86 
25,385 11 


Jan. 1 

.. 1 

„ 1 

H 8 

n 29 . . 

Feb. 5 

April 1. . . 

June 17 

ii 30 

.. 30 

July 1 

1 

1 

„ 17 . . 

Dec. 31 

.. 31 

1896. 


By subsidy, &c 

To cash 

cash 

payment on account Province of Canada 

II If II If' 

U II It II 

rent 5^ acres land 

rent fuel yard 

By interest on Trust Funds 

interest on Common School Fund 


543,356 74 
35,692 97 
472 29 
472 29 
1,721 93 
50 00 
750 00 


subsidy, &c 

To cash 

cash 

Payment on account Province of Canada 

By interest on Trust Funds 

interest on Common School Fund 


543,356 74 
25,385 11 
31 11 


543,356 74 


10,307 86 
25,385 11 
543,356 74 


10,307 86 
25,385 11 


Jan. 1. . . 

H 1... 

April 1. . 
J une 17. . 
». 30., 
i. 30.. 
July 1. . . 
1 ... 
13. . . 
Dec. 31 . . 
M 31.. 


By 

To 

By 


i 

1 


subsidy, &c 


543,356 74 

10,307 86 
25,385 11 
543,356 74 

10,307 86 
25,385 11 

cash 

543,356 74 
50 00 
750 00 

rent 5^ acres land 

rent fuel yard . * . 

interest on Trust F und 

interest on Common School Fund 


subsidy, &c 


cash 

543,356 74 
50,770 22 

cash 

interest on Trust Fund 

interest on Common School Fund 

Carried forward 



3,424.244 34 

2,351,891 81 


xxvi 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

Province of Quebec in Account with Dominion of Canada — Continued. 


Date. 


Dr. 

Cr. 



$ cts. 

$ cts. 

1897. 

Brought forward ... 




By Subsidy, &c 


543,356 74 

„ 1 ... 

To Cash. .. 

543,356 74 
50 00 

April 1 . . . . 
J une 17 ... . 




750 00 


*• 30 ... 

By Interest on Trust Funds 

10,307 86 
25,335 11 
543,356 74 

„ 30.... 

Interest on Common School Fund 


July 1 

.. 1... 
Aug. 3.... 
Dec. 31.... 



To Cash . . 

Payment on account Provinces of Canada 

543,356 74 
130 87 

By Interest on Trust Funds 

10,307 86 
25,385 11 

„ 31 ... . 

Interest on Common School Fund 


1898. 



Jan. 1 

By Subsidy, &c 


543,356 74 

1.... 

April 1 . . . 
June 17 

To Cash 

Rent 5^ acres land 

543,356 74 
50 00 

Rent fuel yard.. 

750 00 


„ 30... 

By Interest on Trust Funds 

10,307 86 
25,385 11 
543,356 74 

.. 30.... 

Interest on Common School Fund 


July 1 

.. 1.... 

Subsidy, &c 


To Cash 

543,356 74 
60,000 00 

.. 22.... 

Cash 


Dec. 31.... 

By Interest on Trust Funds 

10,307 86 
25,585 31 

ii 31 ... . 

Interest on Common School Fund . 


1899. 



Jan. 1 

By Subsidy, &c 


543,356 74 

M 1... . 

To Cash 

543,356 74 
15,000 00 
50 00 
750 00 

.. 1 . . . . 

Cash 


April 1 

June 17. . . 

Rent 5£ acres land 

Rent fuel yard 


.. 30.... 

Cash 

135,075 88 


.. 30.... 

By Interest on Trust Funds 

10,307 86 
26,044 23 
543,356 74 

10,307 86 
26,051 73 

ii 30. . . 
July 1.... 

Interest on Common School Fund 

Subsidy, &c 


.. 1 ... 
Dec. 31 

To Cash 

By Interest on Trust Funds 

543,356 74 

.. 31.... 

Interest on Common School Fund 


1900. 



Jan. 1 

By Subsidy, &c 


543,356 74 

.. 1 . . . 

To Cash ...... 

543,356 74 
36,226 26 
50 00 
750 00 

.. 1.... 
April 1 . . . 
June 17 

Cash. . . 

Rent 5£ acres land - 

Rent fuel yard 


.. 30.... 

By Interest on Trust Funds 

10,307 86 
26,116 34 
543,356 74 

H 30 . . . 

Interest on Common School Fund 


July 1.... 

Subsidy, &c 


.. 1.... 

To Cash..?. 

543,356 74 
36,277 98 

.. 1.... 
Dec. 31 ... 

Cash 

By Interest on Trust Funds 

10,307 86 
26,138 68 

.. 31.... 

Interest on Common School Fund .... 


1901. 



J an. 1 

By Subsidy, &c 


543,356 74 

•I 1 . . . . 

To Cash . ... .... 

543,356 74 
36,295 83 
50 00 
750 00 

.. 1.... 

April 1 

June 17 

Cash 

Rent 5£ acres land . 

Rent fuel yard 


.. 30.... 

By Interest on Trust Funds 

10,307 86 
27,274 32 

.. 130.... 

Interest on Common School Fund 





Carried forward . 




PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 


xxvii 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Province of Quebec in Account with Dominion of Canada — Concluded. 


Date. 


1901. 


July 1 . 
.. 1 
1 .. 

Dec. 31.. 
„ 31.. 


1902. 

Jan. 1.. 
.. 1 .. 
M 1.. 

April 1 . . 
June 17.. 
.. 30.. 

„ 30.. 

July 1.. 
1 . . 
1 .. 

Dec. 31 . . 
„ 31.. 

31.. 


To 

By 


By 

To 

By 

To 


1902. 

Dec. 31. 
31. 
„ 31 


To 


Dr. 


$ 


Or. 


eta. 


cts. 


Brought forward 


Subsidy, &c 

Cash . ..... 

Cash 

Interest on Trust Funds 

Interest on Common School Fund 


543,356 74 
36,334 18 


543,356 74 

10,307 86 
27,305 21 


Subsidy, &c 

Cash 

Cash. . . 

Rent 5^ acres land . 

Rent fuel yard 

Interest on Trust Funds 

Interest on Common School Fund 

Subsidy, &c 

Cash 

Cash. . . 

Interest on Trust Funds 

Interest on Common School F und 
Cash. .*. . 


542; 356 74 
36,357 91 
50 00 
750 00 


542,356 74 
37,498 76 


37,690 93 


543,356 74 


10,307 86 
27,378 75 
543,356 74 


10,307 86 
27,383 07 


Balance. 


10,415,413 82 


1,104,113 84 
10,415,413 82 


Balance 1,104,113 84 

Interest ffom July 1, 1894, to Dec. 31, 1902 369,495 79 

Balance 


1,473,609 63 


To balance. 


1,473,609 63 
1,473,609 63 


1,473,609 63 


The above account has been examined and is hereby accepted according to its 
purport, by Counsel for the respective Governments. 


(Signed), 

(Signed), 


W. D. HOGG, 

Counsel fa' Dominion. 

c. lafleOr, 

Counsel for Quebec. 


Dated June 12, 1903. 


Number and Total Salaries of Officials coming under the Superannuation Acts and the Retirement Act on July 1, 1892 and 1903. 


XXV111 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


3-4 EDWARD VII.. A. 1904 


•s^uaui^JBd 
-9Q A'q sdii«[«S 
[Bnnuy I^ox 

8 S 8 iS :S § § :S 8 

CO C<I 05 H" • © -a 1 "H t— © 

* tC 53 # g? 8“ .’g a 

1 § ; ! | 

t— C . . N 

rH CO . . CC 

•saijiqttg 
|Buuuy' p^oj 

$ 

7,300 

31,250 

6,950 

32,690 

41,770 

43,950 

2,700 

38.440 

29.440 

113,910 

27,800 

50.000 

11,050 

6,400 

36,100 

47,980 

28,700 

11.000 

*8681 

‘3oy ;uauiajna^j 
‘sauvpsg pmuuy 

$ 

750 

1,500 

3,000 

5.350 
20,100 

6.350 
2,700 

1,200 

2,250 

16,000 

10,800 

5,900 

4,400 

3,550 

5.000 
3,200 

2.000 

*11 ’ON P UU J 

uox^'BnuuBjadug 
‘sau«f«g fenuuy 

$ 

600 

8,300 

3,290 

1,800 

8,800 

900 

2,400 

8,950 

6,000 

2,250 

1,640 

550 

T "°N P ul \i 
uorpnunrcjadng 
‘saijujug juntiuy 

$ 

5.950 
21,450 

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BALANCE SHEET 


RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS 
MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS 




DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


1 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 


Year. 


Expenditure 

chargeable 

to 

Consolidated 

Fund. 


cts. 


Expenditure 

Chargeable 

to 

Capital. 


cts. 


Railway 

Subsidies 


$ cts. 


Other Charges. 


$ cts. 


Total 

Disbursements. 


$ cts. 


1868 . . 

1869 .. .. 
1870 . .. 
1871 . . 

1872 . . - 

1873 .. . 
1874 .. 

1875 .. 

1876 .. . 
1877 .. 

1878 .. . 

1879 .. . 

1880 .. .. 
1881 .. .. 
1882 .... 

1883 .. . . 

1884 .. .. 

1885 .. . 

1886 .. .. 

1887 .. .. 

1888 .. .. 

1889 .. .. 

1890 .. . . 

1891 .. .. 

1892 .. . 

1893 .. 

1894 .. . 
1895 . 

1896 .. . 

1897 .. . 
1898 ... 

1899 .. .. 
1900 ... 

1901 .. 
1902 ... 
1903 . . 


13,486,092 96 
14,038,084 00 
14,345,509 58 
15,623,081 72 
17,589,408 82 
19,174,647 92 

23,316,316 75 
23,713,071 04 
24,488,372 11 
23,519,301 77! 
23,503,158 251 
24,455,381 56 
24,850,634 45 
25,502,554 42 
27,067,103 58 
28,730,157 45 
31,107,706 25; 
35,037,060 12 
39,011,612 26 
35,657,680 16 
36,718,494 79 
36,917,834 76 
35,994,031 47 
36,343,567 96 
36,765,894 18 
36,814,052 90 ; 
37,585,025 52 
38,132,005 05 
36,949,142 03 
38,349,759 84 
38,832,525 70 
41,903,500 54 
42,975,279 51 
46,866,367 84 
50,759,391 97 
51,691,902 76 


1,127,815,771 99 


548,437 58 
440,418 40 
3,515,116 18 
3,670,396 51 
7,853,049 79 
19,859,441 17 
10,177,740 06 
6,922,742 33 
7,154,007 94 
7,599,709 55 
6,657,200 36 
5,648,331 66 
8,241,173 98 

8.176.316 50 
7,405,637 06 

14,147,359 76 
23,977,702 44 
13,220,185 35 
9,589,734 19 
4,439,938 72 
7,162,964 26 
4,420,313 66 
4,053,158 98 
3,115,860 04 
2,164,456 78 

3.088.317 60 
3,862,969 67 
3,030,490 40 
3,781,311 21 
3,523,160 23 
4,143,503 39 
5,936,342 94 
7,468,843 24 
7,695,488 34 

10,078,638 06 
7,052,724 58 


249,823,182 91 


208,000 00 
403,245 00 
2,701,249 00 
1,406,533 00 
1,027,041 92 
846,721 83 
1,678,195 72 
1,265,705 87 
1,248,215 93 
811,394 07 
1,229,885 10 
1,310,549 101 
3,228,745 49 j 
416,955 30 1 
1,414,934 78 1 
3,201,220 05 
725,720 35 
2,512,328 86 
2,093,939 00 
1,463,222 34 


29,193,802 71 


37,157 98 
429,663 24; 
155,988 18! 

223,456 i3 
5,718 -»8i 
4,018 90| 
2,253,097 17! 

315,764 40 : 
1,388,984 38 
385,412 99 
676,225 30 
949,947 68 
117,771 74 
201,884 75 
21,368 75 
2,567,452 84 
502,587 06 
10,534,973 07 


155,623 07 
1,333,327 81 
44,946 56 
• 68,074 32 
2,093,569 4.3 
139,963 34! 
330,353 60 
399,293 89 
137,185 19 
682,880 52 

943,317 19 
501,571 76 
1,547,623 74 
908,681 42 
1,038,830 83 
1,538,722 13 


32,635,437 84 


14,071,688 52 
14,908,165 64 
18,016,613 94 
19,293,478 23 
25,665,974 74 
39,039,807 57 
33,498,075 71 
32,888,910 54 
31,958,144 45 
32,507,995 70 
30,545,771 60 
30,779,938 52 
34.041,756 11 
33,796,642 66 
34,674,625 39 
42,898,885 96 
57,860,861 53 
49,163,077 53 
61,837,568 52 
41,504,151 88 
45,064,124 04 
43,518.198 06 
41,770,332 73 
40,793,208 19 
42,272,136 32 
40,853,727 91 
43,008,233 89 
42,872,338 44 
44,096,383 92 
42,972,755 89 
45,334,281 06 
51,542,635 29 
52,717,466 84 
57,982,866 46 
63,970,799 86 
61,746,571 81 


1,439,468,195 45 



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Consolidated 

Fund 

Receipts. 

Other 

Receipts. 

Tjtal 

Receipts. 

Difference 
between 
Receipts and 
Expenditure. 

Sinking 

Funds. 

Net Difference 
between Re- 
ceipts and 
Expenditure. 

$> c 

ts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

§ cts. 

13,687,928 

49 



13,687,928 

49 

383,760 

03 

355,266 

66 

28,493 

37 

14,379,174 

52 



14,379,174 

52 

528,991 

12 i 

426,806 

66 

102,184 

46 

15,512,225 

65 

27,431 

71 

15,539,657 

36 

2,476,956 

58 j 

126,533 

33 

2,350,423 

25 

19,335,560 

81 

39,475 

98 

19,375,036 

79 

-f 81,558 

56 

421,666 

24 

+ 503,224 

80 

20,714,813 

68 



20,714,813 

68 

4,951,161 

06! 

470,606 

67 

4,480,554 

39 

20,813,469 

45 

157,121 

90 

20,970,591 

35 

18,069,216 

22 

407,826 

62 

17,661,389 

60 

24,205,092 

54 

302,560 

39 

24,507,652 

93 

8,990,422 

78 

513,920 

00 1 

8,476,506 

78 

24,648,715 

04 

1,008 

58 

24,649,723 

62 

8,239,186 

92 

555,773 

321 

7,683,413 

60 

22, 58 T, 587 

05 

4,468 

22 

22,592,055 

27 

9,366,089 

18 

822,953 

32 

i 8,543,135 

86 

22,059.274 

11 

868,486 

44 

22,927,760 

55 

9,580,235 

15 

896,440 

00 

8,683,795 

15 

22,375,011 

88 

31,245 

49 

22,406,257 

37 

8,139,514 

23 

1,012,753 

35 

7,126,760 

88 

22,517,382 

14 

4,503,142 

76 

27,020,524 

90 

3,759,413 

62 

1,131,296 

17 

2,628,117 

45 

23,307,406 

69 

57,140 

21 

23,364,546 

90 

10,677,209 

21 

1,215,807 

96 

9,461,401 

25 

29,635,297 

54 



29,635,297 

54 

4,161,345 

12 

1,217,153 

33 

2,944,191 

79 

33,383,455 

52 

1,799,093 

69 

35,182,549 

21 

+ 507,923 

82 

1,226,205 

80 

+ 1,734,129 

62 

35,794,619 

80 

1,009,019 

15 

36,803,668 

95 

6,095,217 

01 

1,290,153 

33 

4,805,063 

68 

31,861,961 

73 

953,264 

00 

32,815,225 

73 

25,045,635 

80 

1,350,500 

00 

23,695,135 

80 

32,797.001 

22 

557,039 

59 

33,354,040 

81 

15,809,036 

72 

1,563,194 

84 

14,245,841 

88 

33,177,040 

39 

302,842 

41 

33,479,882 

80 

28,357,685 

72 

1,606,270 

77 

26,751,414 

95 

35,754,993 

25 

537 

66 

35,755,530 

91 

5,748,620 

97 

1,592,952 

62 

4,155,668 

35 

35,908,463 

53 



35,908,463 

53 

9,155,660 

51 

1,939,077 

79 

7,216,582 

72 

38,782,870 

23 



38,782,870 

23 

4,735,327 

83 

1.736,644 

34 

2,998,683 

49 

39,879,925 

41 



39,879,925 

41 

1,890,407 

32 

1,887,237 

20 

3,170 

12 

38,579,310 

88 

. 


38,579,310 

88 

2,213,897 

31 

1,938,078 

57 

275,818 

74 

36,921,871 

60 



36,921,871 

60 

5,350,264 

72 

2,027,860 

79 

3,322,403 

93 

38,168,608 

85 

40,000 

00 

38,208,608 

85 

2,645,119 

06 

2,095,513 

89 

549,605 

17 

36,374,693 

07 

190 

14 

36,374,883 

21 

6,633,350 

68 

2,131,360 

81 

| 4,501,989 

87 

33,978,129 

47 



33,978,129 

47 

8,894,208 

97 

2,002,311 

36 

6,891,897 

61 

36,618,590 

72 



36,618,590 

72 

7,477,793 

20 

2,055,287 

52 

5,422,505 

68 

37,829,778 

40 



37,829,778 

40 

5,142,977 

49 

2,101,813 

80 

3,041,163 

69 

40,555,238 

03 

1,272 

03 

40,556,510 

06 

4,777,771 

00 

2,359,968 

55 

2,417,802 

45 

46,741,249 

54 

1,853 

41 

46,743,102 

95 

4,799,532 

34 

2,482,484 

65 

2,317,047 

69 

51,029,994 

02 

1,472 

69 

51,031,466 

71 

1,686,000 

13 

2,465,639 

84 

) +779,639 

71 

52,514,701 

13 

1,631 

63 

52,516,332 

76 

5,466,533 

70 

2,480,336 

90< 

2,986,196 

80 

58,050,790 

03 

1,543 

31 

58,052,333 

34 

5,918,466 

52 

2,569,380 

59 

3,349,085 

93 

66,037,068 

93 

3,311,015 

17 

69,348,084 

10 

+ 7,601,512 

29 

2,620,588 

46 

+ 10,222,100 

75 

1,186,519,325 34 

13,972,856 56 

1,200,492,181 90 

238,976,013 

55 

53,097,666 05 

185,878,347 50 


Year. 


.1868 

.1869 

..1870 

..1871 

..1872 

..1873 

..1874 

..1875 

..1876 

..1877 

..1878 

..1879 

..1880 

..1881 

..1882 

..1883 

.1884 

..1885 

..1886 

..1887 

..1888 

..1889 

..1890 

..1891 

..1892 

..1893 

..1894 

..1895 

..1896 

..1897 

..1898 

..1899 

..1900 

..1901 

.1902 

..1903 


I 


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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


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3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

Balance Sheet, Dominion of Canada, 


Dr. 


Amount. 


Total. 


$ cts. 


Investments. 
Sinking Funds. 


$ cts. 


Canada Reduced Pper cent Loan 

Intercolonial Railway 4 per cent Loan 

Rupert’s Land Guaranteed 4 per cent Loan. 

Guaranteed Loans of 1875-78 

Loan of 1874 

„ 1875 

„ 1876 

„ 1878-79 

„ 1884 


19,704,026 86 
9,747,580 76 
1,022,403 11 
6,720,675 61 
5,110,874 22 
1,189,612 62 
2,692,196 66 
4,161,927 06 
3,145,291 42 


53,494,588 32 


Sundry Investments. 

Albert Railway Co. Loan Account 

Consolidated Fund Investment Account 

Fredericton and St. Mary’s Bridge Co. Loan Account 

Montreal Harbour Commission 

Quebec Harbour Debentures 

Three Rivers Harbour Debentures 

St. .John Bridge and Railway Extension Co 

Montreal Turnpike Trust 


14,725 56 
205; 056 32 

300.000 00 
3,450,000 00 
3,748,519 62 

81,760 97 
433,900 00 

195.000 00 


8,428,962 47 


Interest Special Accounts. 


Albert Railway Company Loan 

Three Rivers Harbour Debentures.. 
Fredericton and St. Mary’s Bridge Loan. 

Quebec Harbour Debentures 

Montreal Turnpike Trust 


9,264 27 
40,364 39 
108,000 00 
1,305,315 01 
17,062 50 


1,480,006 17 


Public Works. 
Canals. 


Burlington Bay Canal . 

Chambly Canal and River Richelieu 

Improvement of the Trent . 

Murray Canal ... 

Lachine Canal 

Lake St. Peter 

Ottawa Works 

Sault Ste. Marie Canal 

St. Lawrence Canals 

St. Peter’s Canal 

Tay River Navigation 

Trent River Navigation 

Welland Canal 


308,328 

32 

436,152 

83 

559,067 

70 

1,247,970 

26 

8,191,059 

97 

1,164.235 

08 

6, 865; 965 

62 

4,281,464 

76 

31,096,222 

41 

492,023 

82 

489,599 

23 

3,825,420 

75 

24,411,937 

31 


Railways. 


Digby and Annapolis Railway . . 

Intercolonial Railway 

Prince Edward Island Railway . 

Carried forward, 


660,683 09 
70,856,369 51 
5,429,239 33 


160,315,739 99 


I 


63,403,556 96 


1 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 


5 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

for the Year ended June 30, 1903. 


Cr. 


Public Debt. 

Payable in London. 

Intercolonial Railway Guaranteed 4 per cent Loan . 
Rupert’s Land n m 

Intercolonial Railway Unguaranteed 5 per cent Loan. 

4 per cent Loan of 1874 

4 „ 1875 

4 ii 1875, Guaianteed 

4 „ 1876 

4 „ 1878-79 

4 it 1878, Guaranteed 

3^ .. 1884 

Canada Reduced 4 per cent Loan .... 

4 per cent Loan of 1885 

3 „ 1888 

3 „ 1892 

3 „ 1894 

1897 


Payable in Canada. 

Province of Canada, 5 per cent Loan Debentures 

Dominion u 4 n « 1883 

„ 34 h .. 1896 

Province of New Brunswick, 6 per cent Loan Debentures 
Dominion Stock, Issue A, 6 per cent 

B, 3| „ 

E, 3f „ 

1896, 34 per cent 

Quebec Railway Subsidy, 5 per cent 


Dominion Notes 

Provincial Notes, Nova Scotia 

Unpaid Warrants, Prince Edward Island. 


Savings Banks. 


Post Office 

Dominion 

Nove, Scotia Suspense Account 
it Interest n 


Amount. 


cts. 


14.600.000 00 

1.460.000 00 

2.433.333 34 

19.466.666 67 
4,866,606 66 

7.300.000 00 

12.166.666 66 

21.900.000 00 

8.273.333 34 
24, 333; 333 33 
31,356,595 88 
19,466,666 66 
21,402,241 01 

18.250.000 00 

10.950.000 00 

9.733.333 33 


400 00 
2,781,000 00 

500.000 00 
600 00 

8,000 00 
81,965 00 
512,400 00 
49,066 34 
2,000,000 00 

559.000 00 
2.394,000 00 


44,255,326 93 
16,512,194 24 
982 05 
2,626 03 


Total. 


cts. 


227,958,836 88 


8,886,431 34 

39,006,198 58 
39,406 92 
549 59 


60,771,129 25 


Seigneurial Accounts. 


Compensation to Seigneurs . 

11 Townships. 


Exchequer Bonds, 5 per cent 

Less — In hands of the Receiver General 


Carried forward 


76,109 43 
153 00 


17,250,000 00 
17,250,000 00 


76,262 43 


336,738,814 99 


6 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


i 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

Balance Sheet, Dominion of Canada, 


Dr. 


Brought forward . 



Plbdic Works — Concluded. 
Sundry Works. 


Cape Tormentine Harbour 

Esquimalt Graving Dock 

Government Buildings, Ottawa 

Improvement of the St. Lawrence — 

Kingston Graving Dock 

Levis Graving Dock . 

Montreal Harbour Improvements 

Land and Cable Telegraph Lines 

Port Arthur Harbour and River Kaministiquia. 

Port Colbome Harbour 

Rainy River Lock and Dam 

St. Andrew’s Rapids 

Yukon Territory Works 

Quebec Harbour Improvements 


236,860 63 
928,300 93 
5,345,113 36 
6,262,570 45 
510,493 23 
1,006,592 58 
503,536 12 
348,320 77 
836,106 89 
447,440 64 
133 80 
94,351 02 
1,920,757 98 
18,831 65 


Militia 


i 




178,775,150 04 
3,402,171 36 


Province Accounts. 

Province of Canada, Suspense Account 

ii Ontario .' 

it Quebec 

>1 Nova Scotia, Debt Suspense Account 

n Prince Edward Island, Land Account 

Miscellaneous and Banking Accounts. 


39,717 16 
1,807,986 49 
1,473,609 63 
40,502 81 
782,402 33 


4,144,218 42 


Bank of Montreal, Provincial Notes Suspense Account . 

Bank of Upper Canada, Special Account. 

n Advance h 

ii Trustee n 

H Current n 

Bank of Liverpool, Liquidation 

Calgary and Edmonton Railway, Special Account 

Cash Suspense 

Canadian Northern Rrilway Co 

Canadian Pacific Railway, Open Account 

Exchange Bank, Liquidation Account 

Government Savings Bank, Defalcation Account 

Intercolonial Railway, Open Account .' 

ii Stores it 

ii Windsor Branch, Stores Acconnt 

ii > ii Open Account 

Icelandic Immigration 

Manitoba Swamp Lands Commission. ... 

Militia Paymaster 

Prince Edward Island Railway, Stores Account 

n Open H 

Printing Contractor 

Qu’Appelle, Long Lake and Saskatchewan Railway, Special Account. . 

King’s Printer, Stationery 

Rails, Loan Account 

Services and Unpaid Speeches : 

Seed Grain to Settlers 

ii Advances, 1895 

Silver, 29-cent pieces 


28,489 33 
1,150,000 01 

88.699 39 
150,000 00 

29,027 35 
2,930 69 
1,126,737 19 
816 50 
331,549 16 
241 67 
67,337 03 
25,728 13 
642,216 59 
917,941 73 
364 54 
249 24 

47.700 00 
29,885 67 

605 49 
108,034 00 
13,293 30 
2,365 87 
1,266,351 41 
75,534 77 
90,355 99 
152 77 
11,435 57 
21,204 30 
4,014 40 




6,233,262 09 


Carried forward. 


255,958,358 87 


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7 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

for the Year ended June 30, 1903 — Continued. 


Amount. 


Total. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
336 , 738,814 99 


Cr. 


Brought forward . 


Trust Funds. 


Indian Fund. 

Common School Fund 

Lower Canada Superior Education Fund. 
Upper Canada Grammar School Fund.. . 

it Building Fund 

Bank Circulation Redemption Fund 


4 , 408,912 57 
2 , 554,189 27 
412,314 25 
312,769 04 
1 , 597,076 59 
2 , 896,262 39 


12 , 181,524 11 


Province Accounts. 


Province of British Columbia, Debt Account 

n Manitoba n 

it Nova Scotia u 

ii New Brunswick n 

H Prince Edward Island n 



583,021 40 ; 
3 , 578,941 20 
1 , 056,111 12 | 
529,299 39 | 
775,791 83 


6 , 523,164 94 


Miscellaneous and Banking Accounts. 


Alberta School Lands Account 

Assiniboia n 

Bank of Upper Canada, Liquidation Account. ... 

Banque du Peuple, Special Account 

Behring Sea Indemnity 

Briton Medical and General Life Association, Special Account 

Central Bank, Special Account 

Collingwood Harbour, Special Account 

Columbia River, Special Account 

Commercial Bank of Manitoba 

Contractors’ Securities 

Copyright duty . ... 

Des J oachims Bridge, Special Account 

Insurance Fund 

King’s Printer, Advance 

Law Fees, Maritime Court, Ontario . ... 

Land Assurance Fund, Special Account 

Manitoba School Lands, Account 

Portage du Fort Bridge, Special Account 

Post Office Account 

Retirement Fund .... 

Saskatchewan School Lands Account. 

Superannuation Fund 

Three Rivers Harbour Sinking Fund 

Unpaid Coupons 

H Debentures 


62,395 55 
168,416 99 
363,889 26 
18,273 93 
8,673 83 
179 74 
2,184 54 
12,304 80 
2,989 16 
6,760 56 
1 , 001,822 22 
76 37 
4,000 00 
19,796 11 
49,033 22 
408 25 
68,744 62 
948,550 72 
9,257 14 
1 , 272,784 75 
132,194 24 
3,316 82 
88,342 64 
1,098 47 
35,561 74 
973 33 


Unpaid Dividends — 

Canada 

Dominion Stock 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia . . . 

Prince Edward Island 

British Columbia 

Unpaid Warrants of former years 


4,663 18 
3,394 23 
1,279 00 
795 80 
867 25 
33 67 
49 36 


4 , 293,111 49 


Carried forward 


359 , 736,615 53 


8 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


1 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

Balance Sheet, Dominion of Canada, 


Dr. 


Amount. Total. 


Brought forward 


Specie Reserve 

Bank of Montreal, London 

Railway Accounts. 


cts. 


8 cts. 

255,958,358 87 

25,930,594 08 
2,655,484 13 


Canadian Pacific Railway 

Grand Trunk, Debenture Account 

it Interest n 

ii Special 

Territorial Account. 


62,752,243 58 
15,142,633 34 
10,457,458 01 
7,302 18 


* 


88,359,637 11 


North-west Territories Organization 

ii ii Purchase 

Add — Dominion Lands to J une 30 1903 


1,460,000 00 
1,460,000 00 
5,410,128 54 


Less — Received from Dominion Lands. 


8,330,128 54 
4,275,526 11 


Add — Expenses connected with the North-west Rebellion. 


4,054,602 43 
870,585 01 


4,925,187 44 


377,829,261 63 


t 




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9 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

for the Year ended June 30, 1903 — Concluded. 



Cash 

Consolidated Fund 


1,607,482 84 
16,485,163 26 


377,829,261 63 





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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


i 


3-4 EDWARD VII, A. 1904 

Statement of Consolidated Fund of Canada 


Date. 


Dr. 


1902. 

July 1.. 

1903. 

June 30. . 


To Balance as per Public Accounts of 1901-2. 


To Amount of payments (for details see page 13). 
Less— Sinking Funds 


| Amount. 


Crown Seizures, Customs 

Prince Edward Island .Railway Open Account 

Railway Subsidies 

South African Contingent and Halifax Garrison Artillery 

Bounty on Iron and Steel 

Balance 


$ cts. 


51,691,902 76 
2,620,588 46 


Total. 


$ cts. 
786,621 64 


49,071,314 

200 

9 

1,463,222 

130,469 

1,408,252 

16,485,163 


69,345,252 85 




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11 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

for the Year ended June 30, 1903. 





1903. 


Cr. 


Amount. 


Total. 



$ cts. 


$ 


cts. 


June 30. . 


By Amount of receipts (for details see page 12) 

Intercolonial Railway Open Account 

Sundries, Settlement of Accounts between the Dominion 
and the Province of Canada and the Provinces of 
Ontario and Quebec 


66,037,008 93 
2,733 68 


3,305,450 24 


July 



1. . (By Balance 



69,345,252 85 
16,485,163 26 



12 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


l 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

Statement of the Receipts and 


Receipts. 


Consolidated Fund. 



Customs 

Excise 

Post Office 

Revenue from Public Works 

it Minor Public Works 

it Railways 

n Canals 

Interest on Investments 

Patent Fees 

Casual 

Ordnance Lands 

Fines and Forfeitures 

Premium, Discount and Exchange 

Mariners’ Fund 

Electric Light Inspection 

Steamboat Inspection 

Gas Inspection 

Weights and Measures 

Cullers’ Fees 

Law Stamps.. 

Penitentiaries 

Insurance Inspection 

Fisheries ... 

Modus Vivendi 

Canada Gazette 

Superannuation Fund .... 

Lighthouse and Coast Service 

Dominion Steamers.. ... ... 

Military College 

Militia 

Civil Service Examination Fees 

Supreme and Exchequer Courts Reports 

Dominion Lands 

Militia Pensions 

Inspection of Staples 

Mounted Police Officers’ Pensions 


Loans. 


37,001,726 90 
12,013.779 00 
4,397,832 51 
256,209 48 
17,281 00 
6,584,797 93 
230,213 15 
2,020,953 04 
152,372 22 
840,758 82 
35,706 50 
59,848 09 
129,609 27 
64,851 55 
23,869 75 
28,888 09 
25,154 80 
64,277 65 
7,273 06 
20,135 10 
39,636 40 
13,485 33 
69,710 42 
8,925 40 
6,039 50 
47,402 37 
2,873 66 
16,086 35 
23,955 51 
17,836 03 
2,097 15 
4,938 58 
1,695,591 63 
6,243 97 
102,880 87 
3,827 85 


66,037,068 93 


Temporary Loans 

Dominion 3£ per cent 1901 Stock 

Savings Banks 

Dominion Notes 

Trust Funds. 

Bank Circulation Redemption Fund 

Indian Fund 

Common School Fund 


1 Investments. 

Canadian Pacific Railway Land Grant Bonds. 
Hamilton Coupons 


Province Accounts. 

Province of Canada Suspense Account 

'* ii Debt Account 

ii Ontario n 

n Quebec lt 

n Ontario Immigration Account .. 


6,083,333 33 

1,000 00 


6,084,333 33 
16,841,987 27 
7,152,992 53 


258,219 03 
654,596 001 
9,193 18 

922,008 21 


11,000 OOj 
16,781 35 


27,781 35 


38,445 01 
111.833 47 
3,090,449 37 
622,171 85 
6,572 20 


Carried forward 


97,066,171 62 


1 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 


IS 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 
Payments of Canada, 1902—03. 


Payments. 


Amount. 


Total. 


Consolidated Fund. 


8 


cts. 


$ 


cts. 


Interest on Public Debt 

Charges of Management 

Sinking Funds 

Premium, Discount and Exchange 

Civil Government 

Administration of Justice 

Dominion Police 

Legislation.. 

Penitentiaries . 

Arts, Agriculture and Statistics 

Immigration 

Quarantine 

Pensions : 

Superannuation 

Militia. 

Mounted Police ... 

Public Works Consolidated Fund 

Railways and Canals Consolidated Fund 

Mail Subsidies.and Steamship Subventions 

Ocean and River Service 

Lighthouse and Coast Service 

Marine Hospitals 

Steamboat Inspection 

Insurance Inspection 

Fisheries 

Geological Survey 

Scientific Institutions 

Subsidies to Provinces ... 

Indians 

Government of North-west Territories 

Miscellaneous 

Yukon Provisional District 

Customs 

Excise 

Weights, Measures, Gas and Electric Light 

Culling Timber 

Inspection of Staples 

Adulteration of Food 

Post Office 

Public Works Collection of Revenue 

Railways and Canals Collection of Revenue . 

Minor Revenues 

Dominion Lands 

Trade and Commerce 


Redemption of Debt. 


11,068,139 17 
229,673 10 
2,620,588 46 
65,295 22 
1.554,791 72 
959,948 08 
28,280 34 
789,204 69 
477,839 82 
543,012 03 
642,913 74 
263,330 72 
87,924 75 
346,418 98 
1,963,009 38 
990,034 92 
4,065,553 27! 
328,315 52 
799,285 99 
417,136 56 
964,143 74 
48,750 15 
30,172 09! 
14,947 29 
527,829 12 1 
78,746 26 
126,754 19 
4,402,502 88 
1,077,815 01 
802,466 46 
528,231 07! 
807,806 89 
1,229,028 71 1 
478,984 311 
121,575 02 
16,378 16 
66,261 19 
19,841 13 
4,105,178 48; 

562,403 51 
7,221,705 13 
2,658 50j 
186,355 81 
30,671 20 


51,691,902 76 


Dominion 3| per cent “ A ” stock 

it 3| ii “ B” ii 

ii 3| ii 1901 ii 

.. 4' „ 1883 .. 

Temporary Loans 

Trust Funds. 

Bank Circulation Redemption Fund 

Indian Fund 

Widows Pensions and Uncommuted Stipends, L.C 

Investments. 


4,133 34 
45,500 00 
1,000 00 
71,000 00 
6,083,333 33 


6,204,966 67 


27,864 02 
291,629 29 
14,165 52 


333,658 83 


Montreal Harbour Commission 

Consolidated Fund Investment Account . 


900,000 00 
48,666 67 


948,666 67 


Carried forward . 


59,179,194 93 


14 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

Statement of Receipts and 


Receipts. 


Amount. 


Total. 


$ cts. i 


Brought forward 

Province Accounts- Concluded. 

Province of Ontario Suspense Account ... 1,256,641 20 


Quebec 


Current Account 


Miscellaneous. 


Alberta School Lands Account 

Assiniboia School Lands Account 

Bank of Montreal Provincial Notes Suspense . 

Bank of British North America Special Account 

Calgary and Edmonton Railway -Special Account 

Canadian Northern Railway Special Account 

Contractors’ Security 

Copper Coinage ... 

Insurance Fund 

King’s Printer, Advance Account 

King’s Printer, Stationery 

Land Assurance Fund 

Manitoba School Lands Account 

Manitoba Swamp Lands Commission. 

Metropolitan Bank Special Account 

Outstanding Cheques 

Post Office Account 

Qu’Appelle, Long Lake and Saskatchewan Railway Special Account. 

Retirement Fund . . 

Saskatchewan School Lands Account 

Superannuation Fund. 

Seed Grain to Settlers 

.. 1895 

Silver Coinage 

Three Rivers Harbour Sinking Fund 

Intercolonial Railway Open Account 

ii Stores 

ii Windsor Branch Open Account 

it ii Stores 

Prince Edward Island Railway Open Account 

n ii Stores 

Union Bank of Halifax Special Account 


Cash Accounts. 


Bank of Montreal, London . 
Cash Receipts 


862,847 03 
625,000 00 


9,989 68 
147,474 14 
58 47 

500.000 00 
8,280 63 
3,993 66 

373,728 76 
30,000 00 
4,732 50 
478.480 70 
304,316 74 
19,232 32 
262,742 78 
27,731 06 

250.000 00 
17,216 92 

17,151,362 37 
2,892 36 
46,180 85 
2,461 91 
14,432 11 
2,452 28 
4,810 77 

774.000 00 
42 65 

1,332,016 59 
3,362,779 97 
31,121 44 
970 00 
132,022 98 
91,858 83 
175,541 55 


$ cts. 

97,066,171 62 


6,613,960 13 


Specie Reserve 

Consolidated Fund Transfer, 
Territorial Accounts 


26,081,595 08 
104,007,054 88 


25,562,925 02 


130,088,649 96 
899,984 00 
3,324,965 27 
3,040 43 


Carried forward 


263,559,696 43 


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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 


15 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Payments of Canada, 1902-03 — Continued. 


Payments. 


Brought forward 

Province Accounts. 

Province of Ontario and Quebec Subsidy Account 
it it it Special Account . 

Province of Canada Suspense Account 

Savings Bank 

Dominion N otes 


Miscellaneous. 



Amount. 

Total. 


$ cts. 

$ cts. 
59,179,194 93 




10,037,000 55 1 
112,170 67 S 
39,717 16i 

10, 188,888 '38 

. 14,508,846 72 

927,181 00 


Alberta School Lands Account 

Assiniboia School Lands Account. ... 

Bank of British North America Special Account 

Banquedu Peuple Special Account 

Behring Sea Indemnity 

Calgary and Edmonton Railway Special Account 

Canadian Northern Railway Special Account 

Commercial Bank of Manitoba Special Account 

Contractors’ Security . . , 

Copper Coinage 

Insurance Fund ...... 

King’s Printer, Advance Account 

King’s Printer, Stationery 

Manitoba School Lands Account 

Manitoba Swamp Lands Commission 

Metropolitan Bank Special Account 

Outstanding Cheques ( 

Post Office Account , 

Qu’Appelle, Long Lake and Saskatchewan Railway Special Account. 

Retirement Fund . . . . 

Saskatchewan School Lands Account 

Silver 20-cent pieces . . 

Silver Coinage 

Seed Grain to Settlers 

1895 

Unpaid Dividends , 

Intercolonial Railway Open 

it Stores . . 

n Windsor Branch, Open 

i» H Stores 

Pi’ince Edward Island Railway, Open Account 

it ii Stores . . 

Union Bank of Halifax Special Account 

Cash Accounts, 


2,632 59 1 
6,285 23! 

500.000 00 
1,665 25! 

802 75 1 
121,215 49 
91,684 551 
27 50 j 
322,899 41] 
30,000 00 
2,000 00 
470,570 17! 
289,342 00 
29,110 41! 
21,919 01 

250.000 00 
17,216 92 j 

16,512,206 22 
126,463 63! 
4,990 88 | 
335 78! 
862 30 

774.000 00 
3 65 

95 70 
333 50 
1,622,709 99 
2,745,344 50 
63,531 34! 

950 45 
132,913 86 ! 
132,879 04 
175,541 55 


24,450,533 67 


Bank of Montreal, London 
Cash Payments 


35,361,277 59 
100,943,176 03 


Specie Reserve 

Consolidated F und Transfers 


136,304,453 62 
7,928,938 53 
16,990 53 


Railways and Canals— Capital. 


Intercolonial Railway 

Prince Edward Island Railway 

Soulanges 

Sault Ste. Marie ... 

Lachine 

Lake St. Louis 


2,254,266 68 
829,414 18 
248,929 10 
65,933 43 
58,426 92 
9,508 72 


Carried forward 


253,505,027 38 


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1 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

Statement of the Receipts and 


Receipts. 


Brought forward . 



•S cts. 


$ cts. 
263,559,696 43 



1 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 


17 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Payments of Canada, 1902-1903 — Conccuded. 


Payments. 


Brought forward . 



Total. 


$ cts. 

253,505,027 38 


Railways and Canals — Capital— Concluded. 


Lake St. Francis 

Cornwall 

Farran’s Point 

Galops 

North Channel .... 

St. Lawrence River and Canals 

Trent 

Welland .... 

Rapide Plat 

Murray Canal 

Public Works— Capital. 


5,000 00 ! 
77,833 81 
10,266 92 
345,354 92 
126,833 94 
16,432 28 
523,950 74 
315,819 49 
18,483 34 
500 00 


4,906,954 47 


Ottawa Buildings 

Montreal Harbour Improvements 
Quebec Harbour Improvements . . 
River St. Lawrence Ship Canal. . 

Port Arthur Harbour 

Port Colborne Harbour 

River Kaministiquia 

St. Andrews Rapids 

Yukon Territory Works ....... 


31,177 75 
251,320 47 
18,831 65 
496,634 35 
29,146 02 
262,666 46 
59,704 91 1 
62,852 84 
55.670 06 1 

! 1,268,004 51 


Dominion Lands — Capital 

Militia — Capital 

Railway Subsidies. 


449,542 20 
428,223 40 


Algoma Central and Hudson’s Bay Railway 

Atlantic and Lake Superior Railway 

Atlantic and North-western Railway 

Bay of Quinte Railway 

Bruce Mines and Algoma Railway 

Canadian Northern Railway 

Canadian Pacific Railway 

Cape Breton Railway Extension 

Crow’s Nest Pass Railway 

Great Noi them Railway 

Halifax and Yarmouth Railway 

Inverness and Richmond Railway.. 

Maganetawan River Railway 

Manitoulin and North Shore Railway 

Midland Railway 

Quebec Bridge 

Tilsonburg, Lake Erie and Pacific Railway. . 


202,912 00 
52,353 98 
186,600 00 
19,200 00 
28,800 00 
57,485 00 
198,787 00 
65,280 00 
60,000 00 
37,777 20 
60,000 00 
91,775 53 
3,552 00 
32,000 00 
190,186 30 
132,353 33 
44,160 00 


1,463,222 34 


South African Contingent 
Bounty on Iron and Steel. 


130,469 53 
1,408,252 60 


263,559,696 43 


2— i- 


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1 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. '.904 
TABLE I. — Debt of Canada, from 


( For Details , see 


Xear. 

1 

Total Debt. 

i 

Total Assets- 

Net Debt. 

Increase 

of 

Debt. 

Decrease 

of 

Debt. 


$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

’$ ets. 

1867.. .. 

1868.. . 

93,046,051 73 
96,896.666 20 

17,317,410 36 
21,139,531 46 

75,728,641 37 
75,757,134 74 

28,493 37 


1869.... 

112,361,998 39 

36,502,679 19 

75,859,319 20 

102,184 46 


1870.... 

115,993,706 76 

37,783,964 31 

78,209,742 45 

2,350,423 25 


ifc 

115,492,682 76 

37,786,165 11 

77,706,517 65 


503,224 80 

122,400,179 36 

40,213,107 32 

82,187,072 04 

4,480,554 39 

. * 

1873 .... 

129,743,432 19 

29,894,970 55 

99,848,461 64 

17,661,389 60 


1874. . 

141,163,551 33 

32,838,586 91 

108,324,964 42 

8,476,502 78 


1875 

151,663,401 62 

35,655,023 60 i 

116,008,378 02 

7,683,413 60 


1876 ... 

161,204,687 86 

36,653,173 78 

124,551,514 08 

8.543,136 06 


1877 ... 

174,675,834 97 

41,440,525 94 : 

133,235,309 03 

8,683,794 95 

.. 

1878.... 

174,957,268 96 

34,595,199 05 

140,362,069 91 

7,126,760 88 


1879 ... 

179,483,871 21 

36,403,683 85 I 

142,990,187 36 

2,628,117 45 


1880. . . . 

194,634,440 68 

42,182,852 07 

152,451,588 61 

9,461,401 25 


1881.... 

199,861,537 51 

44,465,757 11 

155,395,780 40 

2,944,191 79 


1382.... 

205,365,251 97 

51,703,601 19 

153,661,650 78 


1,734,129 62 

1883.... 

202,159,104 30 

43,692,389 84 

158,466,714 46 

4,805,063 68 


1824 .... 

242,482,416 21 

60,320,565 95 

182,161,850 26 

23,695,135 80 


1885 ... 

264,703,607 43 

68,295,915 29 

196,407,692 14 

14,245,841 88 


1886 ... 

273,164,341 11 

50,005,234 02 

223,159,107 09 

*26,751,414 95 


1887.... 

273,187,626 43 

45,872,850 99 

227,314,775 44 

4,155,668 35 


1888.... 

284,513,841 89 

49,982,483 73 

234,531,358 16 

7,216,582 72 


1889.... 

287,722,062 76 

50,192,021 11 

237,530,041 65 

2,998,683 49 


1880.... 

286,112,295 10 

48,579,083 33 

237,533,211 77 

3,170 12 


1891. . 

289,899,229 62 

52,090,199 11 

237,809,030 51 

275,818 74 


1892. . 

295,333,274 10 

54,201,839 66 

241,131,434 44 

3,322,403 93 


1893. .. 

300,054,524 74 

58,373,485 13 

241,681,039 61 

549,605 17 


1894 . . 

308,348,023 96 

62,164,994 48 

246,183,029 48 

4,501,989 87 


1895 . . 

318,048,754 87 

64,973,827 78 

253,074.927 09 

6,891,897 61 


1896 ... 

325,717,536 73 

67,220,103 96 

258,497,432 77 

5,422,505 68 


1897 ... 

332,530,131 33 

70,991,534 87 

261,538,596 46 

3,041,163 69 


1898 . . 

338,375,984 23 

74,419,585 32 

263,956,398 91 

2,417,802 45 


1899 ... 

345,160,902 54 

78,887,455 94 

266,273,446 60 

2,317,047 69 


1900... 

346,206,979 92 

80,713,173 03 

265,493,806 89 


779,639 71 

1901 ... 

354,732,432 52 

86,252,428 83 

268,480,003 69 

2,986,196 80 


1092.... 

366,358,476 59 

94,529,386 97 

271,829,089 62 

3,349,085 93 



1903. ... 

361,344,098 37 

99,737,109 50 

261,606,988 87 


+10,222,100 75 





199,117,442 38 

13,239,094 88 


*This amount includes $10,199,520.33, for which land was taken from the Canadian Pacific Railway Co. 
tThis amount includes $3,305,450.24 caused by the settlement of accounts with Ontario and Quebec. 


1 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 


19 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Jaily 1, 1867 to June 30, 1903. 


Tables III , IV, V and VI.) 


Interest 
paid 
on Debt. 

Interest 
received from 
Investment. 

Rate of Interest paid 
on Gross Debt. 

Rate of interest re- 
| ceived from Invest- 
ment. 

| Net rate of Interest 
paid. 

Allowances 
to Provinces, 
Capital 
Expenditure, 
including 
Canadian Pacific 
Railway, also 1 
N.W. Terri tories : 
Rebellion. 

Increase 
or Decrease 
of Debt 
compared with 
Capital 

Expenditure, &c. 

Year. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 




$ cts. 

i 

$ cts. 

1867 

4,501,568 33 

126,419 84 

464 

•59 

4 51 

574,208 32 

545,714 95 

+ 1868 

4,907,013 71 

313,021 20 

4 36 

•85 

4 OS 

514,023 11 

411,838 65 

+ 1869 

5,047,054 24 

383,955 91 

435 

•96 

4 02 

3,671,104 36 

1,320,681 11 

+ 1870 

5,165,304 24 

554,383 72 

447 

1 46 

3 99 

i 3,670,396 51 

4,173,621 31 

+ 1871 

5,257,230 64 

488,041 54 

4 29 

121 

389 

7,898,549 79 

3,417,995 40 

+ 1872 

5,209,205 9 1 

396,403 94 

401 

1 32 

3 70 

19,864,319 00 

2,202.929 40 

+ 1873 

5,724,436 31 

610,863 00 

405 

185 

3 61 

10,181,758 96 

1,7051256 18 

+ 1874 

6,590,790 19 

840,886 65 

4 34 

2 35 

3-78 

6,923,185 33 

760,228 27 

-1875 

6,400,902 07 

798,905 95 

397 

217 

347 

7,154,118 69 

1,389,017 37 

—1876 

6,797,227 25 

717,684 31 

389 

' 1 73 

347 

7,599,731 85 

1,084,063 10 

-1877 

7,048,883 55 

605,774 22 

4 02 

175 

368 

6,657,200 36 

469,560 52 

—1878 

7,194,734 14 

- 592,500 04 

! 400 

! 162 

3 67 

5,648,331 66 

3.020,214 21 

+ 1879 

7,773,868 75 

834,792 67 

3 99 

1 97 

3 56 

8,241,173 98 

1,220,227 27 

—1880 

7,591,144 88 

751,513 49 

3-79 

1-69 

341 

8,176,316 50 

5,232,124 71 

+ 1881 

7,740,804 47 

914,009 27 

376 

1 76 

3 32 

7,351,052 61 

9,085,182 23 

+ 1882 

7,668,552 89 

1,001,192 96 

379 

i 2 29 

329 

14,171,413 96 

9,366,350 28 

+ 1883 

7,700,180 61 

986,698 37 

317 

163 

276 

23,077,702 44 

282,566 64 

+ 1884 

9,419,482 19 

1,997,035 51 

355 

1 292 

280 

13.220,185 35 

1,025,656 53 

—1885 

10,137,008 66 

2,299,078 91 

371 

459 

286 

9,589,734 19 

17,161,680 76 

— 1886 

9,682,928 87 

990,886 69 

354 

216 

318 

4,439,938 72 

284,270 37 

+ 1887 

9,823,313 00 

932,025 35 

3 45 

1-86. 

312 

4,437,460 16 

2,779,122 56 

—1888 

10,148,931 97 

1,305,392 25 

3 52 

260 

3 07 

4,420,313 66 

1,421,630 17 

+ 1889 

9,656,841 16 

1,082,271 36 

3 37 

2 23 

2 99 

f6, 778, 663 08 

6,775,492 96 

+ 1890 

9,584,136 74 

1,077,228 14 

3 35 

207 

293 

3,115,860 04 

• 2,840,041 30 

+ 1891 

9,763,978 34 

1,086,419 93 

3 30 

200 

293 

2,164,456 78 

1,157; 947 15 

—1892 

9,806,888 45 

1,150,166 51 

326 

1 97 

2-88 

3,088,317 60 

2,538,702 43 

+ 1893 

10,212,596 13 

1,217,808 97 

331 

196 

291 

3,862.969 67 

639,020 20 

—1894 

10,466,294 44 

1,336,046 94 

329 

2 05 

287 

3,030,490 40 

3,861,407 21 

—1895 

10,502,429 90 

1,370,000 56 

3 23 

2 04 

280 

3,781,311 21 

1,641,194 47 

—1896 

10,645,663 27 

1,443,003 84 

3 20 

203 

276 

3,523,160 23 

481,996 54 

+ 1897 

10,516,757 90 

1,513,654 58 

3 10 

2 03 

266 

. 4,142,231 36 

1,724,428 91 

+ 1898 

.10,855,111 84 

1 1,590,447 91 

3 14 

201 

268 

6,201,515 96 

3,884,468 27 

+ 1899 

10,699,645 20 

1,683,050 51 

309 

208 

260 

7,467,370 55 

8,247,010 26 

—1900 

10,807,954 65 

1,784,833 79 

3- 12 

207 

2-60 

7,693,856 71 

4,707,659 91 

, +1901 

10,975,935 15 

1,892,224 09 

3 09 

; 2 oo 

2 57 

10.077,094 75 

6,728,008 82 

+ 1902 

11,068,139 17 

2,020,953 04 

3 02 

202 

1 

2 47 

1 7,049,684 15 

17,271,784 80 

+ 1903 


f Including $2,725,504.10 expended in previous years in the improvement of the St. Lawrence, and 
transferred this year to Capital. 


2 __i 21 


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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


i 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

\ 

TABLE II. — Receipts and Expenditures of Canada 

( For Details, see 


Year. 


Taxes. 


Receipts. 


Various Sources. 


I 


Total. j Charges on Debt. 


Subsidies to 
Provinces. 


cts. 


cts. 


cts. 


cts. 


cts. 


1867-68. . . 
1868 69... 

1869- 70. . . 

1870- 71... 

1871- 72... 

1872- 73... 
1873 -74. . 

1874- 75. . . 

1875- 76... 

1876- 77... 

1877- 78... 

1878- 79. . . 

1879- 80... 

1880- 81... 
1881-82. .. 

1882- 83... 

1883- 84... 

1884- 85... 

1885- 86. . . 

1886- 87. . . 

1887- 88... 

1888- 89. . . 

1889- 90. . . 

1890- 91 . . . 

1891- 92. .. 

1892- 93... 

1893- 94... 

1894- 95. . . 

1895- 96. .. 
-1896-97. .. 

1897- 98. . . 

1898- 99... 

1899- 1900. 

1900- 01. . . 

1901- 02. . . 

1902- 03. . . 


11,700,681 08 
11,112,573 01 
13,087,882 67 
16,320,368 70 
17,715,552 04 
17,616,554 78 
20,129,185 17 
20,664,878 96 
18,614,415 02 
17,697,924 82 
17,841,938 19 
18,476,613 35 
18,479,576 44 
23,942,138 95 
27,549,046 45 
29,269,698 81 
25,483,199 19 
25,384,529 32 
25,226,456 21 
28,687,001 93 
28,177,413 18 
30,613,522 51 
31,587,071 73 
30,314,151 15 
28,446,157 31 
29,321,367 42 
27,579,203 09 
25,446,198 71 
27,759,285 42 
28,648,626 11 
29,576,455 64 
34,958,069 21 
38,242,222 99 
38,743,550 28 
43,389,111 87 
49,015,505 90 


1,987,247 41 ] 
3,266,601 51 j 
2,424,342 98 
3,015,192 11 
2,999,261 64 
3,196,914 67 
4,075,907 37 
3,983,836 08 
3,973,172 03 
4,361,349 29 
4,533,073 69 
4,040,768 79 
4,827,830 25 

5.693.158 59 
5,834,409 07 
6,524,950 99 
6,378,762 54 
7,412,471 90 
7,950,584 18 j 
7,067,991 32 i 
.,731,050 35 ; 
8,169,347 72 i 
8,292,853 68 ! 

8.265.159 73 
8, 4^5, 714 29 
8,847,241 43 
8,795,489 98 | 
8,531,930 76 ! 
8,859.305 30 j 
9,181,152 29 I 

10,978,782 39 
11,783,180 33 
12,787,771 03 
13,771,150 85 
14,661,678 16 
17,021,563 03 


13,687,928 49 
14,379,174 52 
15,512,225 65 
19,335,560 81 
20,714,813 68 
20,813,469 45 
24,205,092 54 
24,648,715 04 
22,587,587 05 
22,059,274 11 
22,375,011 88 
22,517,382 14 
23,307,406 69 
29,635,297 54 
33,383,455 52 
35,794,649 80 
31,861,961 73 
32,797,001 22 
33,177,040 39 

35.754.993 25 
35,908,463 53 

38.782.870 23 
39,879,925 41 
38,579,310 88 

36.921.871 60 
38,168,608 85 
36,374,693 07 
33,978,129 47 
36,618,590 72 I 
37,829,778 40 
40,555, 38 03 
46,741,249 54 

51.029.994 02 
52,514,701 13 
58,050,790 03 
66,037,068 93 


4,860,757 62 
5,372^)70 32 
5,387,053 70 
5,591,959 08 j 
5,603,642 69 I 
5,387,850 47 j 
5,989,120 82 
6,817,991 02 
6,609,050 62 
7,005,102 78 
7,240,969 89 
7,472,657 57 
8,062,954 24 
7,819,588 99 
7,935,848 05 ; 
7,902,722 45 
7,930,085 85 
9,806,977 70 
10,483,929 52 1 
9,970,671 25 ! 
10,166,905 12 
10,422,521 99 
9,887,250 11 ; 
9,846,205 15 I 
9,947,916 40 
10,020,682 08 : 
10,393,571 92 1 
10,745,244 66 
10,751,005 75 
10,960,977 42 
10,716,645 38 
11,028,368 86 
10,873,673 49 
10,970,782 83 
11,186,799 72 
11,297,812 27 , 


2,753,966 46 
2,604,050 13 
2,588,604 96 
2.624,940 23 
2,930,113 10 
2,921,399 87 
3,752,757 48 
3,750,961 88 
3,690,355 15 
3,655,850 58 
3,472,807 87 

3.442.764 34 
3,430,846 31 
3,455,517 73 
3,530,999 48 
3,606,672 61 
3,603,714 38 
3,959,326 91 
4,182,525 91 
4,169,341 04 
4,188,513 53 
4,051,427 62 
3,904,922 12 
3,903,756 61 
3,935,913 56 

3.935.764 80 
4,206,654 77 
4,250,674 46 
4,235,664 24 
4,238,059 08 
4,237,372 19 
4,250,636 47 
4,250,607 60 
4,250,607 48 
4,402,097 64 
4,402,502 88 


1 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 


21 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 
on Account of Consolidated Fund. 

Tables VII and VIII). 


Expenditures. 


Sinking 

Funds. 


Collection 

of 

Revenue. 


Other Total 

Expenditure. Expenditure. 


Surplus. 


Deficit. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


*cts. 


cts. 


cts. 


Year. 


cts. 


355,266 66 
426,806 66 
126,533 33 
421,666 24 
470,606 67 
407,826 62 
ol3,920 00 
555,773 32 
822,953 32 
828,373 59 
945,746 02 
1,037,219 76 
1,165,867 22 
1,250,731 20 
1,290,724 90 
1,344,136 83 
1,403,863 61 
1,482,051 48 
1,606,270 77 
1,592,952 62 

1.939.077 79 
1,736,644 34 
1,887,237 20 

1.938.078 57 
2,027,860 79 
2,095,513 89 
2,131,360 81 
2,002,311 36 
2,055,287 52 
2,101,813 80 
2,359,968 55 
2,482,484 65 
2,465,639 84 
2,480,336 90 
2,569,380 59 
2,620,588 46 


1,885,804 20 
2,175,071 47 
2,351,724 89 
2,374,114 36 
2,711,587 33 
3,395,475 60 
4,736,442 28 
4,719,654 78 
4,796,238 91 
5,194,896 64 
5,301,124 20 
5,561,162 19 
5,227,113 89 
5,683,153 15 
6,016,069 58 
6,622,755 12 
6,875,727 7-8 
7,193,876 66 
7,808,751 36 
8,376,026 87 
8,789,764 34 
8,873,338 81 
9,182,941 10 
9,453,312 02 
9,426,067 20 
8,993,924 73 
9,132,616 13 
9,129,416 48 
9,291,169 23 
9,336,916 29 
9,469,664 37 
9,837,453 31 
11,044,526 18 
12,503,249 41 
13,007,864 47 
14,041,041 15 


3,630,298 02 
3,459,485 42 
3,891,592 70 
4,610,401 81 
5,873,519 03 
7,062,095 36 
8,324,076 17 
7,868,690 04 
8,569,774 11 
6,835,078 18 
6,542,510 27 
6,941,577 70 
6,963,852 79 
7,293,563 35 
8,293,461 57 
9,253,870 44 
11,294,314 63 
*12,594,827 37 
+14,930,134 70 
11,548,688 38 
11,634,234 01 
11,833,902 00 
11,131,680 94 
11,202,206 61 
11,428,136 23 
11,768,167 40 
1 11,720,821 89 

12,004,358 09 
10,616,015 29 
11,711,993 25 
1 12,048,875 21 

14,304,557 25 
14,340,832 40 
18,661,391 22 
' 19,593,249 55 

19,329,958 00 


13,486,092 96 
14,038,084 00 
14,345,509 58 
15,623,081 72 
17,589,468 82 
19,174,647 92 
23,316,316 75 
23,713,071 04 
24,488,372 11 
23.519,301 77 
23,503,158 25 
24,455,381 56 
24,850,634 45 
25,502,554 42 
27,067,103 58 
28,730,157 45 
31,107,706 25 
35,037,060 12 
39,011,612 26 
35,657,680 16 
36,718,494 79 
36,917,834 76 
35,994,031 47 
36,343,567 96 
36,765,894 18 
36,814,052 90 
37,585,025 52 
38,132,005 05 
36,949,142 03 
38,349,759 84 
38,832,525 70 
41,903,500 54 
42,975,279 51 
46,866,367 84 
50,759,391 97 
51,691,902 76 


201,835 53 
341,090 52 
1,166,716 07 
3,712,479 09 
3,125,344 86 
i 1,638,821 53 
888,775 79 
935,644 00 


i 4,132,743 12 
| 6,316,351 94 
7,064,492 35. 
j 754,255 48 


97^31.3 09 


1,865,035 47 
3,885,893 94 
2,235,742 92 
155,977 42 
1,354,555 95 


1,900,785 06 
1,460,027 66 
1,128,146 37 
1,937,999 42 
1,543,227 76 


2,240,058 90 
5,834,571 87 


8lo‘03126 


1,210,332 45 
4,153,875 58 
330,551 31 
519,981 44 


1,722,712 33 

4,837,749 00 

8,054,714 51 

5,648,333 29 

7,291,398 06 I 

14,345,166 17 


81,773,142 43 


23,069,589 08 


1867- 68 

1868- 69 

1869- 70 

1870- 71 

1871- 72 

1872- 73 

1873- 74 

1874- 75 

1875- 7 6 

1876- 77 L 

1877- 78 
I 1878-79 

1879- 80 

1880- 81 
I 1881-82 

1882- 83 

1883- 84 

1884- 85 

1885- 86 

1886- 87 

1887- 88 

1888- 89 

1889- 90 

1890- 91 

1891- 92 

1892- 93 

1893- 94 

1894- 95 

1895- 96 

1896- 97 

1897- 98 

1898- 99 
1899-1900 

1900- 01 

1901- 02 

1902- 03 


* Including $1,697,851.33 on account of North-west Rebellion, 
t u 3,177,220.50 


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1 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

TABLE III. — Summary of the Liabilities of the 


( For Details , see 


Year. 


Funded Debt, 
payable 
in London. 


' Funded Debt, 
payable 
in Canada. 

Debentures, 

Stock 

J C. P. Ry. 

j Guaranteed, &c. 


cts. 


$ cts. 


Dominion 

Notes. 


$ cts. 


Provincial Savings Compensation 

Notes. Banks. a • 110 

Seigneurs. 


cts. ' 


$ cts. 


cts.. 


1867. ... 

1868. . .. 
1869 .... 
1870. . .. 

1871 

1872. .. 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877.. .. 

1878 

1879 

1880. 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1*95 

1896 

1897.. . . 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 . ...j 

1903 ..... 


67,069,115 92 
66,795,609 27 

75,847,175 94 

75,847,175 94 
75,811,162 61 
76,486,655 93 
76,137,715 94 
85,798,049 15. 
99,961,022 52 
112,133,529 18 
122,477,629 18 
121,244,415 85 
128,307,409 18 
137,024,582 53 

135.601.082 53 
132,122,875 86 
130,187,402 54 
153,157,095 87 
154,105,122 54 

172.247.082 55 
171,675,735 89 
176,601,775 89 
188,239,435 90 

187.616.502 55 
188,040,133 54 
198,804,342 12 
201,615,480 55 
207,275,504 62 

218.225.503 55 

218,225,503 55 

218,225,503 55 

227,958,836 88 

227,958,836 88 

227,958,836 88 

227,958,836 88 

227,958,836 88 

227,958,836 88 


3,999,175 03 
6,016,073 69 
6,950,496 12 
7,768,236 23 
7,828,451 36 
7,974,572 89 
8,199,396 16 
8,914,513 96 
8,398,909 21 
8,123,051 45 
8,308,523 45 
8,933,230 66 
9,998,778 39 
11,595,160 16 
11,580,141 84 
10,901,004 55 
5,924,403 45 

21.988.565 93 
19,930,644 25 
20,382,614 03 
18,749,402 05 
17,572,668 28 
15,511,362 16 
13,674,428 47 
11,833,539 47 

10.362.566 33 
8,218,152 40 
7,181,711 11 
7,095,624 51 
9,708,835 23 
9,188,638 38 
8,992,958 70 
8,812,866 99 
8,676,764 68 
8,554,364 68 
9,007,014 27 
8,886,980 93 


3,113,700 00 

3.795.000 00 

4.830.000 00 
7,479,353 33 
7,367,340 74 

10,510,541 21 
11;2S4,131 69 
12,175,578 62 
10,778,873 00 
11,533,891 48 
10,680,492 88 
10,460,734 81 
10,789,710 04 
13,565,159 46 
14,538,965 05 
15,807,910 91 
! 15,997,854 73 
15,360,281 32 
15,633,255 58 
16,297,453 36 

15,059,836 06 
16,249,318 53 
15,426,280 83 
; 15,357,892 71 
16,176,317 23 
j 17,282,698 66 
; 18,448,493 80 
i 20,061,719 45 
19,520,233 12 
20,372,215 12 
22,318,096 26 
22,178,193 76 
24,236,466 52 
26,094,923 52 
27,671,452 05 
32,780,387 05 
39,006,198 58 


605,859 12 ! 
552,325 79 
467,743 12 ! 
334,301 05 ; 
115,091 80 
61,685 04 
51,028 04 
47,013 05 
44,665 38 
43r228 79 
42,527 03 
41,845 76 
41,397 04 | 
41,039 84 
40,810 17 
40,595 08 
40,358 61 
40,237 01 
40,164 06 
40,084 29 
39,880 87 I 
39,792 31 
39,76? 98 
39,743 64 
39.624 89 
39,584 99 
39,570 39 
39,534 38 | 
39,519 79 j 
39,475 01 
39,438 04 
39,429 29 
39,429 29 I 
39,424 43 I 
39,419 57 1 
39,406 92 | 
39,406 92 ! 

i 


1,422,046 87 
1,686,126 31 

2.452.118 72 i 
3,367,072 44 
4,515,445 78 ! 
5,187,586 42 
6,119,690 65 
7,210,260 83 
7,171,181 20 

7.044.118 09 
7,470,630 83 
8,497,013 35 
9,207,683 20 

11,052,956 18 
15,836,672 00 
21,768,661 69 
26; 219, 107 55 
29,217,536 84 
32,979,076 39 
37,173,813 88 
40,832,275 37 
41,371,058 23 
42,956,357 68 
41,012,465 04 
39,400,026 16 
39,529,547 63 
41,849,656 10 
43,036,012 32 
44,450,498 85 
46,799,318 58 
48,934,975 72 

50,111,118 98 
50,241,715 45 
53.149,722 40 
56; 048, 957 06 
58,437,988 70 
60,771,129 25 


3,869,810 02 
3,869,810 02 
3,869,810 02 
3,860,645 58 
3,811,065 13 
3,725,553 71 
3,500,593 57 
3,476,822 29 
825,477 88 
466,387 88 
407,061 20 
400,427 41 
391,330 96 
385,840 31 
394,595 90 
244,936 10 
200,085 45 
198,162 11 
‘ 195,378 79 
188,764 80 
188,764 80 
179,153 81 
181,776 48 
179,416 33 
166,959 98 
166,559 98 
166,309 98 
164,732 32 
131,386 90 
124,327 80 
117,287 66 
78,873 00 
78,798 00 
78,798 00 
78,029 34 
76,262 43 
76,262 43 


% 


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Table V) 


Temporary Loans. 

Trust Funds. 

Province Accounts 

Miscellaneous 

Accounts. 

Total. 

Year. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

cts. 



6,408,779 93 

2,573,292 92 

3,984,271 92 

93,046,051 73 

1867 


6,454,799 24 

3,499,678 45 

4,227,243 43 

96,896,666 20 

1868 

6,575,410 05 

6,477,618 45 

4,664,510 82 

227.115 15 

112,361,998 39 

1869 

2,224,353 70 

6,535,102 56 

6,224,159 32 

2,353,306 61 

115,993,706 76 

1870 

6,595,677 85 

7,951,628 12 

1,496,819 37 

115,492,682 76 

1871 


6,655,248 83 

10,319,741 47 

1,478,593 86 

j 122,400,179 36 

1872 



6,686,346 61 

14,477,825 70 

4,321,370 17 

130,778,098 5g 

1873 


6,752,846 71 

16,119,309 36 

669,157 36 

141,163,551 33 

1874 


6,822,523 78 

14,984,382 27 

2,676,366 38 

151,663,401 62 

1875 


6,881,938 05 

14,384,864 21 

593,678 73 

161,204,687 86 
174,675,834 97 

1876 


6,899,347 34 

13,910,660 10 

4,478,962 96 

1877 


6,860,331 40 

13,313,435 34 

5,205,834 38 

174,957,268 96 

1878 


6,834,477 14 ! 

12,605,298 47 

5,798,669 43 

183,974,753 85 

1879 


6,893,453 12 j 

12,569,014 44 

5, 998-, 117 28 

199,125,323 32 

1880 


6,941,146 22 ! 

12,424,853 45 

2,503,270 35 

199,861,537 51 

1881 


6,999,035 43 j 

12,596,072 17 

4,884,160 18 

205,365,251 97 * 

1882 


7,003,187 70 i 

12,573,490 79 

4,013,213 48 

202,159,104 30 

1883 


7,055,899 45 

14,285,698 73 

1,178,938 95 

242,482,416 21 1 

1884 

18,985,907 97 

7,041,841 15 | 

14,219,479 69 

1,572,737 01 

264,703,607 43 | 

1885 

1.262,444 46 

7,060,526 23 ; 

17,310,531 30 
17,282,987 33 

1,201,026 21 

273,164,341 11 j 

1886 

1,241,000 00 

7,080,835 85 j 

1,036,908 21 

273,187,626 43 ! 

1887 

5,651,459 33 

7,098,643 59 ! 
7,200,385 51 ! 
8,184,794 08 

17,194,048 29 
16,927,883 96 
16,907,532 78 

2,555,923 63 
1,238,812 26 
1,192,852 84 

284,513,841 89 j 
287,722,062 76 | 
286,112,295 10 I 

1888 

1889 

1,946,666 66 

1890 

7,786,666 65 

8,217,992 88 

16,907,414 03 

1,330,554 79 

289,899,229 62 

1811 

9,113,817 36 

16,407,374 13 

3,626,782 90 

295,333,274 10 | 

181.2 

1,460,000 00 

10,111,141 16 

16,407,359 53 

1,738,360 83 
1,542,787 17 

300,054,524 74 j 

•1893 

2,433,333 33 



10,205,365 74 

16,407,323 52 

308,348,023 96 ] 

1894 

10,263,694 31 

16,407,031 65 

1,935,262 19 

' 318,048,754 87 

1895 

1,946,666 66 

10,314,883 06 

16,406,986 87 

1,779,324 85 

325,717,536 73 

1896 

4,866,666 66 

10,409,788 00 

16,406,720 75 

2,023,016 31 

332,530,131 33 
338,375,984 23 

1897 

10,446,967 27 

16,406,434 91 

2,163,171 44 

1898 

,3,893,333 33 

10,690,277 50 

16,672,686 83 

2,536,491 75 

345,160,902 54 

1899 

10,910,056 03 

16,672,686 83 

2,625,767 15 

346,206,979 92 

1900 


11,305,611 23 

16,672,677 11 

6.403,084 60 j 

354,732,432 52 

1901 


11,593,174 73 

16,672,336 16 

9,792,469 45 

366,358,476 59 

1902 


12,181,524 11 

6,523,164 94 

5,900,594 33 

361,344,098 37 

1903 


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TABLE IV. — Summary of Assets of the Dominion of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to 

June 30, 1903. 

( For details , see Table IV.) 


Year. 

Sinking 

•Funds. 

! 

Other 

Investments. 

Province 

Accounts. 

Miscellaneous 

Accounts. 

Total. 

1867 

1867-68 

1868- 69 

1869- 70 

1870- 71 

1871- 72. 

1872- 73 

1873- 74 

1874- 75 

1875- 76 

1876- 77 

1877- 78 

1878- 79 

1879- 80 

1880- 81 

1881-82 

1882- 83 

1883- 84 

1884- 85 

1885- 86 

1886- 87 

1887- 88 

1888- 89 

1889- 90 

1890- 91 

1891- 92 

1892- -93-. 

1893- 94 

1894- 95 

1895- 96 

1896- 97 

1897- 98., 

1898- 99 

1899- 1900 

1900- 01 

1901- 02 

1902- 03 

§ cts. 

1,207,222 26 
1,562,488 92 
1,989,295 58 
2,115,828 91 
2,537,495 15 
3,450,481 82 
3,598,422 46 
4,112,348 46 
4,668,121 78 
5,491,075 10 
6,387,515 10 
7,400,268 45 
8,531,564 62 
9,747,372 58 
10,964,525 91 
12,190.731 71 
12,94i;658 37 
14,292,158 37 
15,855,353 21 
17,461,623 98 
19,054,576 60 
20,993,654 39 
22,730,298 73 
24,617,535 93 
26,555,614 50 
28,583,475 29 
30,678,989 18 
32,356,776 65 
1 a4, 359, 088 01 
! 36,414,375 53 
1 38,516,189 33 
40,876.157 88 
43,358,642 53 
j 45,824,282 37 
: 48,304,619 27 
1 50,873,999 86 
1 53,494,588 32 

$ cts. 

4,578,560 04 
4,573,957 00 
13,348,757 25 
11,125,437 25 
9,369,951 94 
7,468,891 90 ; 
5,717,694 42 ! 
6,313,565 10 j 
7,119,180 61 j 
9,157,463 90 i 
7,78.6.874 41 ! 
4,551,637 84 
4,152,654 81 | 
5,932,433 66 i 
6,798,964 16 ! 
11,443,103 98 
7,850,894 54 
28,337,490 82 
34,497,966 54 
8,249,817 13 
8,874,105 59 
10,549,695 87 
9,749,154 91 
6.179,281 07 
6,199,581 07 
5,179,535 53 
5,263,137 95 
5,263,137 95 
5,487,461 94 
| 6,077,627 95 

6.261.527 95 

6.371.527 95 
! 6,371,527 95 

6.769.527 95 
7,062,835 95 
7,508,077 15 
8,428,962 47 

$ cts. 

10,045,533 63 
11,723,359 51 
14,776,812 35 
17,193,583 67 
19,126,530 78 
20,901,517 14 
11,537,690 00 
11,524,637 57 
11,521,697 70 
11,974,808 36 
12,367,515 84 
12,274,893 35 
18,030,018 76 
13,535,092 05 
13,314,114 95 
13,013,285 71 
! 13,146,291 01 
7,499,069 39 
7,502,723 71 
I 7,508,754 51 
! 7,518,401 82 
7,545,149 99 
j 7,973,556 47 
! 9,412,337 15 
9,910,524 45 
> 10,412,417 39 
10,921,105 92 
10,917,856 12 
10,923,487 40 
10,586,398 83 
10,606,052 44 
10,603,210 98 
10,671,783 46 
10,718,483 76 
10,718,474 04 
10,718,461 39 
4,144,218 42 

$ cts. 

1,486,094 43 
3,279,726 03 
6,387,814 01 
7,349,114 48 
6,752,187 24 
8,392,216 46 
10,041,163 67 
10,888,035 78 
12,346,023 51 
10,029,826 62 j 
14,898,620 59 
10,368,399 41 
10,779,445 66 
12,967,953 78 
13,388,152 09 
15,056,479 79 
9,753,545 92 

10.191.847 37 
10,439,871 83 
16,785,038 40 
10,425,766 98 
10,893,983 48 

9,739,011 00 
8,369,929 18 
9,424,479 09 
10,026,411 45 
11,510,252 08 
13,627,223 76 
14,203,790 43 
14,141,701 65 
15,607,765 15 
16,568,688 51 
18,485,502 00 
17,400,878 95 
20,166,499 57 

25.428.848 57 
33,669,340 29 

$ cts. 

17,317,410 36 
21,139,531 46 
36,502,679 19 
37,783,964 31 
37,786,165 11 
40,213,107 32 
30,894,970 55 
32,838,586 91 
35,655,023 60 

36.653.173 98 
41,440,525 94 

34.595.199 05 
36,493,683 85 
42,182,852 07 
44,465,757 11 
51,703,601 19 
43,692,389 84 
60,320,565 95 
68,295,915 29 
50,005,234 02 
45,872,850 99 
49,082,483 73 
50,192,021 11 
48,579,083 33 

52.090.199 11 
54,201,839 66 
58,373,485 13 
62,164,994 48 
64,973,827 78 
67,220,103 96 
70,991,534 87 
74,419,585 32 
78,887,455 94 

80.713.173 03 
86,252,428 83 
94,529,386 97 
99,737,109 50 


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TABLE V. — Liabilities of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to June 30, J903. 


Debentures and Stocks payable in London. 


Year. 

British 

Columbia 

Bonds, 

6 per cent. 

Canadian 

Bonds, 

6 pei 1 cent. 

1 

Canadian 

Bonds, 

6 per cent. 

Consolidated 
Canadian 
Loan Bonds, I 
5 per c^nt. 

Consolidated 
Canadian 
Loan Stock, 
5 per cent. 

1867 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 >. 

1881. . 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

$' cts. 





1,168,000 00 
924,666 67 
924,666 67 
924,666 67 
924,666 67 
924,666 67 
1 ‘ 924,666 67 

924,666 67 
- 924,666 67 

924,666 67 

924.666 67 

486.666 67 
486,666 67 
486,666 67 
486,666 67 
486,666 67 
486,666 67 
453,573 34 
453,573 34 
453,573 34 
453,573 34 
453,573 34 

$ cts. 

267,666 70 ! 
267,666 70 
267,666 70 ; 
267,666 70 
267,666 70 | 
96,846 70 ! 
21,900 05 | 
21,900 05 
21,900-05 
20,926 72 
20,440 06 
20,440 06 
20,440 06 
118,260 00 
118,260 00 
2,433 33 

$ cts. 

24,947,506 71 
24,945,073 38 
24,942,640 05 
24,942,640 05 
24,942,640 05 
24,782,040 04 
24,778,146 69 
24,751,866 71 
23,020,793 39 
23,020,793 39 
21,199,200 06 
19,965,986 73 
12,428,980 06 
6,448,333 33 
5,024,833 33 
2,485,893 33 
1,342,226 66 
12,653 33 
4,379 99 

$ cts.’ 

27,784,461 92 
27,082,201 92 
26,899,127 06 
26,375,473 74 
25,882,267 49 
25,111,357 39 
24,197,770 91 
23,418,308 53 
22,789,048 54 
22,353,481 88 
32,179,741 88 
22,050,288 55 
21,768,802 99 
21,476,316 37 i 
21,040,206 47 
20,595,393 14 
20,007,499 81 
19,536,406 48 

$ cts. 

3,770,153 93 
4,472,413 93 
4,657,488 79 
5,181,142 11 
5,674,348 36 
6,445,258 46 
7,332,078 28 
7,956,780 64 
8,586,040 63 
9,021,607 2S 
9,194,860 62 
9,324,313 95 
9,605,799 51 
9,898,286 17 
10,334,396 07 
10,779,209 40 
11,366,129 40 
11,837,222 73 

1886 





1887 





1888 





1889 





1890 





1891 





1892 





1893 





1894. . . 





1895 






1896 






- 1897 






1898 






1899 . 






1900 






1901 






1902 . 







1903 













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TABLE* V. — Liabilities of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to June 30, 1903 — Con. 


Year. 


Debentures and Stocks payable in London. 

• 

Dominion 
Loan of 1874, 
4 per cent. 

Dominion 
Loan of 1875, 
4 per cent. 

Dominion 
Loan of 1876, 
4 per cent. 

Dominion 
Loan of 1878, 
4 per cent. 

Dominion 
Loan of 1879, 
4 per cent. 


$ -cts. 

.$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

1867 






1868 






1869 






I860 






1871 






1872.. 






1873 






1874 






1875 

19,466,666 67 





1876 

19,466,666 67 

4,866,666 66 




1877 

19,466,666 67 

4,866,666 66 

12,166,666 66 



1878 

19,466,666 67 

4,866,666 66 

12,166,666 66 



1879 

19,466,666 67 

4,866,666 66 

12,166,666 66 

7,300,000 00 


1880 

19,466,666 67 

A Qaa turn aa 
4,000,000 oo 

12,166,666 66 

7,300,000 00 

14,600’ 000 00 ' 

1881 

19,466,666 67 

4,866,666 66 

12,166,666 66 

7,300,000 00 

14,600,000 00 

1882 

19,466,666 67 

4,866,666 66 

12,166,666 66 

7,300,000 00 

14,600,000 00 

1883 

19,466,666 67 

4,866,666 66 

12,166,666 66 

7,300,000 00 

14,600,000 00 

1884 . 

19,466,666 67 

4,866,666 66 

12,166,666 66 1 

7,300,000 00 

14,600,000 00 

1885 

19,466,666 67 

4,866,666 66 

12,166,666 66 

7,300,000 00 

14,600,000 00 

1886 

19,466,666 67 

4,866,666 66 

12,166,666 66 

7,300,000 00 

14,600,000 00 

1887 

19,466,666 67 

4,866,666 66 

12,166,666 66 1 

7,300,000 00 

14,600,000 00 

1888 

19,466,666 67 

4,866,666 66 

12,166,666 66 j 

7,300,000 00 

14,600,000 00 

1889 

19,466,666 67 

4,866,666 66 

12,166,666 66 1 

7,300,000 00 

14,600,000 00 

1890 

19,466,666 67 

4,866,666 66 

12,166,666 66 

7,300,000 00 

14,600,000 Op 

1891 

19,466,666 67 

4,866,666 66 

12,166,666 66 

7,300,000 00 

14,600,000 00 

1892 

19,466,666 67 

4,866,666 66 

12,166,666 66 

7,300,000 00 

14,600,000 00 

1893 

19,466,666 67 

a oaa aaa aa 
4,ooo,o0o oo 

12,166,666 66 

7,300,000 00 

14,600,000 00 

1894 

19,466,666 67 

4,866,666 66 

12,166,666 66 

7,300,000 00 

14, 600, (JOO 00 

1895. 

19,466,666 67 

4,866,666 66 

12,166,666 66 

7,300,000 00 

14,600,000 00 

1896 

19,466,666 67 

4,860,666 66 

12,166,666 66 

7,300,000 00 

14,600,000 00 

1897 

19,466,666 67 

4,866,666 66 

12,166,666 66 

7,300,000 00 

14,600,000 00 

1898 

19,466,666 67 

a oaa aaa aa 
‘±,000,000 00 

12,166,666 66 

7,300,000 00 

14,600,000 00 

1899 

19,466,666 67 

4,866,666 66 

12,166,666 66 

7,300,000 00 

14,600,000 00 

1900 

19,466,666 67 

4,866,666 66 

12,166.666 66 

7,300,000 00 

14,600,000 00 

1901 .. . 

19,466,666 67 

a oaa aaa aa 
4, 000,000 00 

12,166,666 66 

7,300,000 00 

14,600,000 00 

1902 , 

19,466,666 67 

4,866,666 66 

12,166,666 66 

7,300,000 00 

14,600,000 00 

1903 

19,466,666 67 

4,866,666 66 

12,166,666 66 

7,300,000 00 

14,600,000 00 


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Table V. — Liabilities of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to June 30, 1903— Con. 


Year. 

Debentures and Stocks payable in London. 

Dominion 
Loan of 1884, 
3^ per cent. 

Dominion 
Loan of 1885, 
4 per cent 
(reduced). 

Dominion 
Loan of 1885, 
4 per cent. 

Dominion 
„ Loan of 
1888, 1892 and 
1894, 

3 per cent. 

Dominion 
Loan of 1897, 
2£ per cent. 

1867 

$ cts. 

• 

$ cts. 

•$ cts. 

I * cts. 

§ cts. 

1868 






1869 



i 



1870 






1871 






1872 




i 


1873 




! 


1874 






1875 






1876 






1877 






1878..: 






1879 






1880 






1881 






1882 






1883 






1884 

24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 

24.333.333 33 

24.333.333 33 

24.333.333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 





1885 

31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 j 
31,356,595 88 ! 
31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 ! 
31,356,595 88 ! 
31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 

31.356.595 88 

31.356.595 88 

31.356.595 88 

31.356.595 88 
31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 




1886 

19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 



1887 



1888 

6,375,333 33 
* 19,466,666 67 
19,466,666 67 
19,890,297 66 
30,727,506 24 
33,538,614 67 
39,652,242 08 
50,602,241 01 

50.602.241 01 

50.602.241 01 


1889 


1890 


1891 


1892 


1893 


1894 

1895 


1896 


1897 


1898 

50,602,241 01 9,733,333 33 

50,602,241 01 9,733,333 33 

50,602,241 01 ! 9,733,333 33 

50,602,241 01 9,733,333 33 

50,602,241 01 9,733,333 33 

50,602,241 01 9,733,333 33 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 


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Year. 


1867- • . 
1868. . . 

1869. . 

1870. . . 
1871. • . 

1872. . 

1873. . . 

1874. . 

1875. . . 

1876. 

1877. • - 

1878. . . 

1879. . 

1880. . . 
1881. . . 
1882. . . 

1883. . 

1884. . . 

1885. . 

1886. . . 

1887. . . 

1888. . . 

1889. . 

1890.. 

1891. . . 

1892. . 

1893. . 

1894. . . 

1895. . 

1896. . . 

1897. . 

1898. . 

1899. . 

1900. . . 

1901. . 

1902. . . 

1903. . 


Debentures and Stocks payable in London. 


Imperial 

Imperial 

Guaranteed 

Guaranteed 

Loan (old) 

Loan, 

4 per cent. 

4 per cent. 


$ cts. 

681,333 34 
681,333 34 


cts. 


..! 


7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,'000 00 
7,300,000 00 
16,060,000 00 
16,060,000 00 
23,360,000 00 
23,360,000 00 

23.360.000 00 

30.660.000 00 
30,660,000 00 
30,660,000 00 
30,660,000 00 

30.660.000 00 

30.660.000 00 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 


Intercolonial 
Ry. Loan, 

5 per cent. 


New 

Brunswick 

Bonds, 

6 per cent. 


cts. ' 


2.433.333 34 

2.433.333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 


$ cts. 

5,037,486 66 
4,886,620 00 
4,886,620 00 
4,886,620 00 
4,850,606 67 
4,701,686 67 
4,701,686 67 
4,701,686 67 
4,491,446 67 
4,491,446 67 
4,491,446 67 
4,491,446 67 
4,491,446 67 
4,491,446 67 
4,491,446 67 

4.481.713 34 

4.408.713 34 
4,374,646 67 
4,374,646 67 
4,137,153 34 
3,565,806 68 
2,116,513 35 

695, 933 35 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 


Nova Scotia 
Bonds, 

6 per cent. 


Prince 

Edward Island 
Bonds, 
i 6 per cent. 


$ cts. 

4,580,506 66 
4,460,300 00 
4,460,300 00 
4,460,300 00 
4,460,300 00 
4,448,133 33 
4,448,133 33 
4,438,400 00 
1,076,020 02 
1,082,833 35 
1,082,833 35 
1,082,833 35 
1,082,833 35 
1,082,833 33 
1,082,833 33 
1,082,833 33 
1,082,833 33 
1,082,833 33 
1,082,833 33 


cts. 


1,091,106 54 
1,091,106 54 
1,091,106 54 
1,091,106 54 
1,091,106 54 
1,091,106 54 
1,091,106 66 
1,091,106 66 
277,399 99 


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Debentures payable in Canada. 


Year. ! Bonds 


Jt5onds n ■, 
C <»verti- , Canada 

(old), 


1867 

1868. 

1869. 

1870 

1871. 

1872 

1873 

1874. 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 
1880. 
1881 
1882. 

1883 

1884 
*1885. 
1886 
1887. 
1888 

1889 

1890 

1891. 

1892. 

1893 

1894 

1895. 

1896. 
1897 


1900 

1901. 

1902 

1903 


$ cts. i $ cts. 


„ Canada 

[ ble into j , , Bonds (old), Bonds, Bonds, 

j Stocks, L p' er c £ n j. 6 per cent. 7 per cent. 5 per cent. 
6 pei cent. 


Canada 

Bonds, 


Dominion: 


600,000 00 

578.000 00 

576.000 00 

566.000 00 

541.000 00 

541.000 00 

540.000 00 

539.000 00 

538.000 00 
538,000 (fi) 
538,000 00 
538,000 00 
538,000 00 
538,000 00 
538,000 00' 
538,000 00 
538,000 00 
538,000 00 
538,000 00 
538,000 00 

538.000 00 

238.000 00 
238,000 001 
238,000 00| 
238,000 00 


192,925 01 
192,925 01 
192,925 01 
192,925 01 
192,525 01 
182,725 01 
182,725 01 
167,058 33 
160,858 33 
127,016 67 
114,850 00 
113,650 00 
113,650 00 
113,650 00 
113,650 00 
113,650 00 
38,200 00 
2,100 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 


$ cts. 

1,254,250 02 

1.243.610 02 

1.227.610 02 
1,227,210 02 
1,015,602 60 

343,655 04 
257,991 04 
„ 183, 057 72 
132,690 00 
17,500 00 
10,120 00 
4,120 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


873,200 00 ... . 
873,200 00 ... 
300 00 ... . 
300 00 ... . 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 


80,000 00 
80,000 00 
80,000 00 
80,000 00 


... _ .. 


Dominion 

Bonds, 

4 per cent. 


cts. 


New 

Bruns- 

wick, 

6 per cent. 


Nova Scotia 
6 per cent. 


27,000 

00 

316,000 

ool 

1,244,000 

00 

1,269,000 

00 

1,276,000 

00 

1,276,000 

00 

1,276,000 

00 1 

1,276,000 

00: 

1,776,000 

ool 

1,768,000 

ooj 

1,762,000 

oo. 

1,708,000 

00; 

1,708,000 

oo; 

1,708,000 

00 1 

1,198,000 

00 

1,198,000 

00 j 

1,198,000 

oo| 

1,198,000 

00 

1,198,000 

00 

1,198,000 

00 

1 


$ cts. 

196,900 00 
196,900 00 
196,900 00 
196,900 00 
196,900 00 
196,900 00 

196.900 00 
189,300 00 
189,300 00 
130,100 00 

126.900 00 
123,700 00 
123,700 00 

122.900 00 
122,900 00 
122,900 00 
122,900 00 
122,900 00 
122,900 00 
122,900 00 
122,900 00 
122,900 00 
122,900 00 
122,900 00 
122,900 00 
122,900 00 
122,900 00 
122,900 00 
122,900 00 

1,600 00 
1,100 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 


$ cts. 

1,481,900 00 
1,481,900 00 
1,481,900 00 
1,481,900 00 
1,481,900 00 
1,481,900 00 
1,481,900 00 
1,481,900 00 
970,900 00 
954,353 34 
954,353 34 
951,920 01 
951,920 01 
951,920 01 
951,920 01 
951,920 01 
951,920 01 
951,920 01 
2,920 07 


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Table V. — Liabilities of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to June 30, 1903 — Con. 



Debentures payable in Canada. 

Bank 

of Montreal, 
Various. 

Canadian 
Pacific 
Railway, 
4 per cent 
Funded 
Debt. 

! 

Dominion 

Stock, 

6 per cent. 

I Dominion 
Stock, 

5 per cent. 

Year. 

Overdue 
Debentures, 
Province of 
Canada. 

Prince 

Edward 

Island, 

6 per cent. 

Prince 

Edward 

Island, 

5 per cent. 

1867 

.$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

! 2,249,416 67 
2,500,000 00 

cts. 

§ cts. 

$ cts. 

1868 





1,427,538 66 
3,272,861 09 
4,093,001 20 
4,295,223 75 
.4,516,499 51 
4,435,942 54 
4,405,605 97 
4,158,143 83 
4,124,643 83 
4,121,043 83 
4,122,847 25 
4,121,197 25 
422,152 57 
45,664 22 
8,000 00 
8,000 00 
8,000 00 
8,000 00 
8,000 00 
8,000 00 
8,000 00 
8.000 00 


186<) 





1870 






i 2,022,805 51 
1,247,699 84 
501,793 36 



1871 

1872 












631,593 33 
1,020,837 57 
1,363,485 26 
1,803,583 69 
1,923,433 15 
2,132,251 82 
2,776,017 82 
3,945,739 82 
9,244,237 58 
; .9,620,307 61 
9,095,834 54 
4,262,883 44 
4,096,148 02 
| 3,928,851 76 

1,184,062 05 
1,120,817 70 
1,054,371 61 
984,561 67 
911,217 61 
834,160 51 
753,202 39 
668,145 77 
578,783 15 
484,896 55 
386,256 94 
282,623 70 
173,744 02 
59,352 31 

1873. . 
1874 





366,404 44 
1 308,977 79 
! 308,004 46 
308,004 46 
302,975 58 
203,371 31 
201,100 00 
186,500 00 
69,500 00 
2,500 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 

137,402 24 
135,455 57 



1875. . . 

1876 

1877 

9,614 39 
9,614 39 
9,614 39 
9,614 39 
8,641 06 
8,641 06 
10,101 06 
9,614 40 
9,514 40 
9,514 40 








1878 




1879 




1880 

1881 





! , . . . 



1882 




1883 





1884 . . . 



15,286,497 90 
13,934,572 42 
12,528,029 15 
11,064,661 52 
9,542,173 84 
7 958 .177 fifi 

1885 



1886 




1887 





1888 




\ 

1889 ... . 





1890 





6.310.188 03 8.000 00 

1891 





4,595,619 62 
2,811,782 65 
955,878 67 

8,000 00 
8,000 00 
8,000 00 
8,000 00; 
8,000 00; 
8,000 00! 
8,000 00 
8,000 00! 
8,000 00 | 
8,000 oo; 
8,000 00 
8,000 00 
8,000 00 

1892 





1893 

1894 





• 




1895 






1896 






1897 






1898 






1899 






1900 

' 





1901 




• 



1902 



1903 















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Year. 

Dominion 

Stock, 

4 per cent. 

Dominion 
Stock, 
and Bonds, 
3^ per cent. 

| 

Exchequer 

Bills. 

Indemnity 

to 

Seigneurs 

and 

Townships, 
6 per cent. 

London 

Agents 

(various). 

i 

1867 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

S cts. 
3,869,810 02 

$ cts. ! 

I I 

1,226,548 53i 
1,372,873 87! 
49,080 91 
215,570 75| 

1868 




3,869,810 02 
3,869,810 02 
3,860,645 58 
3,811,065 13 
3,725,553 71 
3,500,593 57 
3,476,822 29 
825,477 88 
466,387 88 
407,061 20 
400,427 41 
391,330 96 
385,840 31 
394,595 90 
244.936 10 
200,085 45 
198,162 11 
195,378 79 
188,764 80 
188,764 80 
179,153 81 
181,776 48 
179,416 33 
166,959 98 
166,559 98 
166,309 98 
164,732 32 
131,386 90 
124,327 80 
117,287 66 
78,873 00. 
78,798 00 
78,798 00 
78,029 34 
76,262 43 
76,262 43 

1869 



6,575,410 05 
2,224,353 70 

1870 



1871 



1872 




82,498 08 
2,880,809 96 
151,699 51' 
2,006,471 47 
1,906 13 
3,893,875 87 ; 
4,446,574 93 

1873 

1874 







1875 




1876 . . 


1877 




1878 




1879 




1880 





1881 





1882 . 


• 



1883 .. 




1884 

1885 

955,000 00 
1,078,000 00 
4,757,222 83 
4,625,622 83 
5,030,822 83 
4,923,322 83 
4,807,722 83 
4,705,959 34 
4,593,281 29 
4,542,527 96 
4,474,327 96 
4,472,727 96 
4,428,678 29 

1.644.000 00 

1.654.000 00 
1,654,000 00 
1,654,000 00 

1.654.000 00 

1.654.000 00 

1.583.000 00 







1886 

1887 

1888 ... 









1889... 

1890 





1891 

52,500 00 
59,000 00 

152.300 00 

235.300 00 
298,700 00 
781,900 00 

3.150.514 68 
3,564,214 68 

3.498.514 68 
3,421,764 68 
3,299,364 68 
3,752,064 68 
3.702,431 34! 



1892 

1893 


2,323,399 04 1 
179,025 51 

1894 


1895 


i 

1896 . . . 


85,565 60 

1897 . . . 


1898 



1899 . . . 

; ; 


1900 .. 

1 



1901 


1902 . . 



1903 






Miscel- 

Notes, 

laneous. 

Canada. 


S cts. 

508,306 72 
354 369 56 
178; 034 24 
135,533 40 
269,608 32 
894,302 42 
439,227 21 
513,588 37 
659,122 71 
581,300 40 
574,842 00 
749,014 36 
1,298,515 03 
1,498,043 99 
1,492,619 70 
1,307,196 19 
1,308,963 34 
1,168,874 96 
1,572,187 42 
1,200,476 62 
1,036,358 62 
2,555,374 04 
1,238,262 67 
1,192,303 25 
1,330,005 20 
1,302,834 27 
1,558,785 73 
1,542,237 58 
1,914,712 60 
1,693,209 66 
2,022,466 72 
2,162,621 85 
2,535,942 16 
2,625,217 59 
6,402,535 01 
9,792,469 45. 
5,900,594 33 


$ cts. 

3,113,700 00 

3.795.000 00 

4.830.000 00 
7,479,353 33 
7,367,340 74 

10,510,541 21 
11,284,131 69 
12,175,578 62 
10,778,873 00 

11.533.891 48 

10.680.492 88 
10,460.734 81 
10,789,710 04 
13,565,159 46 
14,538,965 05 
15,807,910 91 
15,997,854 73 
15,360,281 32 
15,633,255 58 
16,297,453 36 
15,059,836 06 
16,249,318 53 
15,426,280 83 

15.357.892 71 
16,176,317 23 
17,282,698 66 

18.448.493 80 
20,061,719 45 
19,520,233 12 
20,372,215 12 
22,318,096 26 
22,178,193 76 
24,236,466 52 
26,094,923 52 
27,671,452 05 
32,780,387 05 
39,006.198 58 


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Table V. — Liabilities of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to June 30, 1903 — Con. 


Year. 


Notes, 
Nova Sco- 
tia. 


Pacific 
Railway j 
Land Grant; 
Bonds, 

4 per cent j 
and 

Deposit 
Accounts. ! 


Province of 
Ontario 
and Quebec 
Account, 

5 per cent. 


Province of 
* Nova 
Scotia Debt 
Account, 

5 per cent. 


Province 
of Nova 
Scotia 
Special 
Account, 
4 per cent. 


Province of 
New 

Brunswick 

Debt 

Account, 

5 per cent. 


Province of 
British 
Columbia 
Debt 
Account, 

5 per cent. 


$ cts. 


cts. 


$ 


$ cts. 


$ 


cts. 


cts. 


1867 

1868 

1869 

1870. 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875. . . 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883. 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

893 

894 

1895. 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899. 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 


605,859 12 

552,325 79 

467,743 12 

334,301 05 

115,091 so 

61,685 04 

51,028 04 1,001,333 00 

47,013 05 

44,665 38 

43,228 79 1 

42,527 03 

41,845 76 

41,397 04 

41,039 84! j 

40,810 17 1,000,000 00! 
40,595 08 3,566,800 001 
40,358 611 2,694,186 15! 

40,237 01 ! 

40,164 06 

40,084 29 

39,880 87 ; 

39,792 31 

39,767 98! . j 

39,743 64 

39,624 89 ! 

39,584 99’ ! 

39,570 39 . . . . . 1 

39,534 38! 

39,519 79 

39,475 01 

39,438 04 

39,429 29 

39,429 29 

39,424 43 

39,419 57 

39,406 92 

39,406 92 


358,822 01 
2,151,192 13 
4,010,802 64 
5,753,946 06 
7,501,361 93 
9,248,686 99 
10,986,365 67 
10,960,335 35 
10,942,245 31 
10,922,628 25 
10,903,147 14 
10,882,478 77 
10,862,209 35 
10,841,820 64 
10,821,221 01 i 
10,800,486 28 1 
10,778,518 53 i 
10,757,123 341 
10,735,556 86 j 
10,714,021 11 
10,691,985 55 
10,669,549 47 
10,649,234 49 
10,649,171 22 

10.649.171 22 

10.149.171 22 
10,149,171 22 
10,149,171 22 
10,149,171 22 
10,149,171 22 
10,149,171 22 
10,149,171 22 
10,149,171 22 1 
10,149,171 22 
10,149,171 22 
10,149,171 22 


260, 527 30 
843,857 72 
653,708 18 
470,213 26 
450,266 19 
405,259 51 
1,734,034 63 
1,929,213 74 
1,708,522 53 
1,322,801 99 
1,018,913 66. 
700,983 90 
54,800 87 
40,394 26 
17,383 91 
259,337 36 
259,098 73 
1,052,345 84 
1,057,693 28 
1,057,613 51 
1,057,410 09 
1,057,321 53 
1,056,472 18 
1,056,447 84 
1,056,329 09 
1,056,289 19 
1,056,274 59 
1,056,238 58 
1,056,223 99 
1,056,179 21 
1,056,142 24 
1,056,133 49 
1,056, 133 49 
1,056,133 49 
1,056,123 77 
1,056,111 12 
1,056,111 12 


24,333 33 
24,333 33 


953,943 611 
504,628 60 


417,322 49 
443,257 92 
417,980 94 
412,615 74 
261,781 07 
33 510 42 


563.449 29 

663.449 29 

638.449 29 

638.449 29 

596.449 29 

551.449 29 
531, L85 72 
531,185 72 
531,185 72 
531,185 72 
531,185 72 
530,908 44 
530,908 44 
530,679 29 
530,402 20 
529,627 69 
529,627 69 
529,627 69 
529,299 39 
529,299 39 


665,794 97 
844,077 83 
840,843 34 

651.871 24 

501.871 24 
501,871 24 
501,871 24 
501,871 24 
500,382 53 
499,913 52 
499,913 52 
499,913 52 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 


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Table Y. — Liabilities of Canada, lrom July 1, 1867, to June 30, 1903 — Con. 


Year. 


Province of 
Manitoba 
Debt 
Account, 

5 per cent. 


cts. 


Province of 
Prince Edward 
Island 

Debt Account, 
5 per cent. 


cts. 


Quebec Rail- 
way 

Subsidies. 


cts. 


Savings 
Banks, Post 
Offices, 

4 per cent ; 3^ 
per cent after 
Oct. 1, 1889, 
and 3 per cent 
after July 1, 
1897. 


cts. 


Savings 
Banks, Gov- 
ernment, 

4 per cent ; 3£ 
per cent after 
Oct. 1, 1889, 
and 3 per cent 
after July 1, 
1897. 


cts. 


Temporary 

Loans. 


cts. 


1867. 

1868. 

1869. 

1870. 
1871. 


1873 

496,025 08 
416,247 65 
393,060 89 
393,060 89 
393,060 89 
393,060 89 
393,060 89 



1874 

1,529,411 a3 
870,701 36 
831,886 16 
831,886 10 
801,530 10 
793, a56 12 


1875 


1876 


1877 


1878 


1879 

. . - 

1880 

393.060 89 

293.060 89 

793,356 12 
793,274 12 


1881 


1882 

243,060 89 
243,060 89 

353.885 96 

203.885 96 

793,274 12 
792,899 12 
975,872 92 
975,872 90 


1883 


1884 


1885 


1886 

3,317,219 76 

975,872 90 


1887 

3,311,914 77 
3,311,914 77 

975,872 90 
975,791 83 


1888 


1889 

3,311,914 77 

775,791 80 


1890 

3,311,914 77 

775,791 83 


1891 

3,311,914 77 

775,791 83 


1892 

3,311,914 77 

775,791 83 


1893 

3,311,914 77 
3,311,914 77 
3,311,914 77 
3,311,914 77 

775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 


1894 


1895 


1896 

2,394,000 00 

1897 

3,311,914 77 

775,791 83 

2,394,000 00 

1898 

3,311,914 77 

775,791 83 

2,394,000 00 

1899 

3,578,941 20 

775,791 83 

2,394,000 00 

1900 

3,578,941 20 

775,791 83 

2,394,000 00 

1901 

3,578,941 20 

775,791 83 

2,394.000 00 

1902 

3,578,941 20 

775,791 83 

2,394,000 00 

1093 

3,578,941 20 

775,791 83 

2,394,000 00 


204,588 89 
856,814 26 
1,543,970 41 

2.452.965 29 
3,033,352 90 
3,163,320 26 

3.204.965 46 
2,926,090 48 
2,740,952 59 
2,639,937 47 
2,754,484 03 
3,105,190 80 
3,945,669 11 
6,208,226 77 
9,473,661 53 

11,976,237 31 
13,245,552 64 
15,090,540 31 
17,159,372 09 
19,497,750 15 
20,689,032 62 
23,011,422 57 
21,990,653 49 
21,738,648 09 
22,298,401 65 
24,153,193 66 
25,257,868 14 
26,805,542 47 
28 932,929*58 
32,380,829 09 
3J 180,937 77 
3*, 771,605 17 
37,507,^55 80 
39,950,810 62 
42,320,209 91 
44,255,326 93 


1,422,046 87 
1,481,537 42 
1,595,304 46 
1,823,102 03 
2,062,480 49 
< 2,154,233 52 
2,958,170 39 
4,005,295 37 
4,245,090 72 
4,303,165 50 
4,830,6 Q 3 36 
5,742,529 32 
6,102,492 40 
7,107,287 07 
9,628,445 23 
12,295,000 16 
14,242,870 24 
15,971,984 20 
17,888,536 08 
20,014,441 79 
21,334,525 22 
20,682,025 61 
19,944,935 11 
19,021,811 55 
17,661,378 07 

17.231.145 98 
17,693,462 44 
17,778,144 18 
17.644,956 38 
17,866,388 90 

16.554.146 63 
15,(530,181 21 
15,470,110 28 
15,642,266 60 

16.098.146 44 
16,117,778 79 
16,515,802 32 


18,985,907 97 
1,262,444 46 
1,241,000 00 
5,651,459 33 

1.946.666 66 

7.786.666 65 

i, 460, boo 00 

2.433.333 33 

1. 946. 666 66 

4.866.666 66 

3.893.333 33 


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Table V. — Liabilities of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to June 30, 1903 — Con. 


Year. 

Trust Funds, 
6 per cent. 

Trust Funds, 
5 per cent. 


$ cts. 

$ cts. 

1867 

1,178,410 58 

5,230,369 35 

1868 

1,178,410 58 

5,276,388 66 

1869 

1,178,410 58 

5,299,207 87 

1870 

1,178,410 58 

5,336,088 93 

1871 

1,178,410 58 

5,396,778 48 

1872 

1,178,410 58 

5,476,838 25 

1873 

1.178,410 58 

5,507,936 03 

1874 

1,178,410 58 

5,574,436 13 

1875 

1,178,410 58 

5,644,113 20 

1876 

1,178,410 58 

5,703,527 47 

1877 

1,178,410 58 

5,720,936 76 

1878 

1,178,410 58 

5,681,920 82 

1879 

1,178,410 58 

5,656,066 56 

1880 

1,178,410 58 

5,715,042 54 

1881 

1,133,172 34 

5,807,973 88 

1882 

1,103,476 81 

5,892,558 62 

1883 

1,107,812 93 

4,425,801 64 

1884 

1,032,431 71 

4,473,061 44i 

1885 

1,116,962 68 

4,506,111 43 

1886 

1,117,803 92 

4,474,052 05 

1887 

1,125,112 98 

4,387,368 61 

1888 

1,125,112 98 

4,497,393 01 

1889 

1,125,112 98 

4,475,734 07 

1890 

1,112,779 55 

5,459,748 17 

1891. 

1,107,965 99 

5,413,731 45 

1892 

1,105,220 59 

5,414,414 02 

1893 

1,110,205 34 

5,414,414 02 

1894 

1,105,220 59 

5,402,077 56 

1895 

1,105,220 59 

5,400,603 61 

1896. 

1,105,220 59 

*5,397,734 95 

1897 

1,105,220 59 

5,397,734 95 

1898 

1,097,657 70 

5,397,175 04 

1899 

1,097,657 70 

5,462,390 81 

1900 

1,097,657 70 

5,455,208 43 

1901 

1,097,056 11 

5,476,178 74 

1902 

1,097,056 11 

5,485,685 65 

1903 

1,092.718 87 

5,480,386 41 


Trust Funds, 
4 per cent ; 

3 h per cent 
after 1891. 


Trust Funds, 
3 per cent. 


Unpaid 
Wan ants, 
Prince 
Edward 
Island. 


Total 

Liability 


cts. 


cts. ! 


cts. 


1,467,156 28 
1,549,189 45 
1,418,767 04 
1,468,670 26 
1,568,354 26 
1,476,137 60 
1,599,538 46 
1,612,266 36 . 
1,696,295 44 . 
1,722,489 85 
1,771,949 83 
1,826,659 09 
1,882,396 02 
1,941,587 86 
1,983,574 49 


3,000 00 
2,416 85 
1,216 85 


871,692 90 
1,814,571 97 
1,871,408 50 
1,875,474 09 
1,870,339 66 
1,923,257 97 
3,952,134 53 
4,130,228 99 
4,357,189 90 
4,732,376 38 
5,010,432 97 
5,608.418 83 


3,869 48 
1,157 81 
857 81 
630 70 
630 70 
630 70 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 51 
549 59 
549 59 


$ cts. 

93,046,051 73 

96,896,666 20 
112,361,998 39 
115,993,706 76 
115,492,682 76 
122,400,179 36 

130.778.098 53 
141,163,551 33 
151,663,401 62 
161,204,687 86 
174,675,834 97 
174,957,268 96 
179,483,871 21 
194,634,440 68 
199,861,537 51 
205,365,251 97 
202,159,104 30 
242,482,416 21 
264,703,607 43 
273,164,341 11 
273,187,626 43 
284,513,841 89 
287,722,062 76 
286,112,295 10 
289,899,229 62 
295,333,274 10 
300,054,524 74 
308,348,023 96 
318,048,754 87 
325,717,536 73 
332,530,131 33 
338,375,984 23 
345,160,902 54 
346,206,979 92 
354,732,432 52 
366,358,476 59 

361.344.098 37 



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TABLE VI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867 to June 30, 1903. 


Year. 


Albert 

Railway 

Company 

Loan 

Account. 


Balance 
of Dominion 
3^ per cent 
Loan 
Account. 


Bank 
Deposits, 
1£ per cent. 


Bank 
Deposits, 
2^ per cent. 


Bank 
Deposits, 
3 per cent. 


Bank 
Deposits, 
3| per cent. 


Bank 
Deposits, 
4 per cent. 


$ cts. 


cts. 


cts. 


cts. 


cts. 


cts. 


cts. 


1867. 

1868. 

1869. 

1870. 

1871. 

1872. 
1873. 
<874. 

1875. 

1876. 

1877. 

1878. 


1879. 


1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1898 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 


4,087,093 28 


11,436 81 . 
14,548 94 . 
14,725 56 . 
14,725 56:. 
14,725 56 . 
14,725 56 . 
14,725 56 . 
14,725 56 . 
14,725 56 
14,725 56 . 
14,725 56 . 
14,725 56 . 
14,725 56 . 
14,725 56 . 
14,725 56 
14,725 56 . 
14,725 56 . 


390.000 00 
15,000 00 

15.000 00 


4,900,000 00 


3,756,442 21 


950,000 00 


1,119,999 98 
4,153,255 49 
4,495,532 
1,256,526 
377,696 


1,000,000 00 1,045,000 
2,100,000 00 55,000 

3,853,066 67 3,105,000 

2,455,000 

. 205,000 

130,000 

130,000 

130,000 

. . . 130,000 

30,000 

30,000 


88SSSS8S888888 


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Table VI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to June 30, 1903 — Con. 


1 

Bank 
Deposits, 
4 i per cent 

Bank 
Deposits, 
5 per cent. 

Bank 

Deposits, 

Varying 

Rates. 

Bank 

Deposits, 

Special 

Circulation 

Account, 

5 per cent. 

Bank 

of Montreal 
Silver 

Debentures. 

Bonds 
for Savings 
Banks, 

5 per cent. 

1 

Bonds for 
Intercolonial 
Railway, 

5 per cent. 

1867. 

§ cts. 

S cts. 

§ cts. 

cts . 

$ cts . 

§ cts. 

$ cts. 

1868 





572,443 47 
72,443 47 



1869. 





9,000 00 
1,362,666 66 

234,000 00 
157,106 66 

1870. 





1871. 






1875! 







1873. . . 
1874. 


2,864,666 69 
3,399.450 02 
1 3,580,838 90 

1,658,699 99 

317.500 00 

282.500 00 
385,000 00 

10,000 00 


1,000,000 00 
1,400,000 00 








1875 






1876. . . 
1877 


486,666 67 









1878. . . 







1879. . . 

1880.. . 
1881. . . 

















1882. . . 








1883. . . 

1884. . . 

140,000 00 

350.000 00 

200.000 00 












1885. . . 






• 

1886. 







1887. 








1888. . . 




: 




1889. 








1890. 








1891. . . 








1892. 








1893. . . 








1894. . 








1895 







1896. . . 

1897. . . 














1898. 








1899. . . 








1900. 








1901. 








1902. . . 









1903. 






| 







- 

1 

. 





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Table VI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to June 30, 1903 — Con. 


Year. 


New 

Brunswick 

Bonds, 

6 per cent. 


C.P.R. 
Land Grant 
Bond 
Account, 

5 per cent. 


cts.i 


$ cts. 


1867. . . . 

1868. . . . 

1869. . . . 

1870. . . . 

1871. . . . 

1872. . . 

1873. . . . 

1874. . . . 

1875.. . 

1876. . . . 

1877. . . . 

1878. . . . 

1879. . . . 

1880. . . . 
1881. . . . 
1882. . . . 

1883. . . . 

1884. . . . 

1885. . . . 

1886. . . . 

1887. . . . 
1888. . . 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900. . . . 
1901. 

1902 

1903 


374,886 67 
469,633 35 
385,926 71 
200,506 72 
88,573 38 
38,933 39 
38,933 39 
2,433 39 
2,433 39 
2,433 39 
2,433 39 
2,433 39 
2,433 39 
2,433 39 
2,433 39 
2,433 39 
2,433 39 
2,433 39 


C.P.R. 

Co. 

Accounts. ! 


Cash. 


$ cts 


1,001,333 00 


29,000 00 
29,000 00 
29,000 00 
29,000 00 

29,000 00! 

29,000 00 

29,000 OOl 

29,000 00 

29,000 00' 

29,000 00 

29,000 00 

29,000 00! 

29,000 00 

29,000 00 

29,000 00! 

29.000 00! .... 

27.000 00 

24.000 00 

11.000 00 


1,155,736 09; 
1,254,488 09 
18,439,374 00 
28,035,812 00i 


$ cts, 

589,085 23 
1,425,786 00 
2,966,930 73 
2 275,101 50 
3^499,502 26 
3,935,945 95 
4,717,571 49 

4.431.347 40 
6,037,361 08 
4,825,529 33 
4,802,766 05 
5,184,327 57 
5,599,554 64 
7,339,770 44 
7,208,311 95 
7,596,853 56 

3.351.510 29 
5,228,982 85 
5,521,076 89 
7,758,485 68 
5,080,636 68 j 
5,211,965 76 
4,441,272 95! 
2,884,540 59! 
2,487,078 38 
2,822,968 48, 
3,071,183 48 
2,790,663 60 

3.931.348 13 
2,624,214 56 
1,790,865 79 

1.813.511 91 
2,271,099 82 i 
1,052,259 69! 

279,583 04; 
1,456,396 01 


City 

of St. John 
Bonds, 

6 per cent. 


$ cts . 


21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 0( 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 


Canada 

Reduced 

Loan, 

4 per cent. 


$ cts. 

53,533 33 
53,533 33 
53,533 33 
53,533 33 


526,573 32 
264,746 66 
118,260 00 
118,260 00 
118,260 00 
118,260 00 
118,260 00 i 
118,260 00 
118,260 00 
118,260 00! 
40,393 33 
39,906 66 
39,906 66 
39,906 66 
39,906 66 
39,906 66 
39,906 66 
39,906 66 
39,906 66 
39,906 66 


Cobourg 

Bonds, 

6 per cent. 


$ cts. 

21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 


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Table VI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to June 30, 1903 — Con. 


Year. 

Cobourg 
Bonds 
5 per cent. 

■ " 

Exchequer 

Bills. 

Financial 

Agents. 

Fredericton 

and 

St. Mary’s 
Railway 
Bridge Co. 

Grand ■ 
TrunkPostal 
Bonds, 
Variable. 

1867. 

$ cts. 

23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

22,403 59 
10,569 18 
1,118 259 68 
12,204 42 
335,997 57 
839,103 91 
157,498 79 
255,400 85 
544,297 38 
885,914 87 
5,053,763 38 
305,837 05 
423,118 23 
822,003 84 
1,253,379 21 
880,643 35 
563,428 67 
288,254 19 
170,923 26 
1,989,952 34 
461,469 58 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

121,666 66 
121,666 66 
121,666 66 
121,666 66 
121,666 66 
121,666 66 
121,666 66 
121,666 66 
121,666 66 
121,666 66 
121,666 66 

1868 

1869. . . . 
1870 



6,575,410 05 
2,224,353 70 



1871. ... 
1872 

1873. ... 

1874. ... 

1875 

1876 

1877. 

. 












1878 

1879. 






1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 













1886 

1887 






1888. ... 
1889. . . . 


274,947 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 





1890 




1891. . 





1892 





1893. . . 





1^94 





189£ 





1896. . . 





1897. 





1898. ... 





1899. . 





1900 

1901 






1902 . . . 





1903 











Grand 

Trunk 

Preference 


Stock, 

Variable. 


Graving 

Dock, 

Quebec, 

5 per cent. 


$ cts . 

121,739 66 

121,739 66 

121,739 66 

121,739 66 

121,739 66 

121,739 66 

121,739 66 

121,739 66 

121,739 66 

121,739 66 

121,739 66 

121,739 65 

121,739 65 

121,739 65 

121,739 65 

121,739 65 

121,739 65 

121,739 65 

121,739 65 

121,739 65 

121,739 65 

121,739 65 

121,739 65 

121,739 65 

121,739 65 

121,739 65 

121,739 65 

121,739 -65 

121,739 65 

121,739 65 

121,739 65 

121,739 65 

121,739 65 

121,739 65 

121,739 65 

121,739 65 

121,739 65 


$ cts. 


50,000 

125.000 

300.000 

350.000 

425.000 

562.000 

672.000 

724.000 

744.000 


/ 


888888888 


1867 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 


39 


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?able VI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to June 30, 1903 — Con. 


Great 

Western Ry. 
Bond 

(Variable to 
1869), 

4 per cent. 


$ cts . 

2,810,500 00 ' 
2,810,500 00 
2,768,234 70 
2,076,176 03: 
1,384,117 36 
692,058 69 



Hamilton 

Coupons. 

Improve- 
ment of the 
St. Lawrence 
4 per cent 
(5 per cent 
prior to 
1884). 

India 

Bonds, 

5 per cent. 

Inter- 
colonial Ry. 
Construc- 
tion 

Account, 
3| per cent. 

$ cts. 

§ cts . 

$ cts. 

§ cts. 

22 218 89 

681,333 34 
681,333 34 
681,333 34 
681,333 34 


19,345 85 
16.781 35 




2,000,000 00 
4,883,089 49 
5,055,492 89 
3,584,778 18 

16.781 35 

16.781 35 

16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 





275.000 00 

544.000 00 

736.000 00 

858.000 00 

988.000 00 
1,166,000 00 
1,306,000 00 

1.306.000 00 

1.500.000 00 

1.780.000 00 

1.890.000 00 

2.190.000 00 

2.339.504 10 

2.530.504 10 





















16,781 35 



16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 

16.781 35 

16.781 35 















16,781 35 



16.781 35 



16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16 781 35 




























16,781 35 














Issue Mennonite 
Account and j Loan 
Specie Account, 
Reserve. 6 per cent. 


$ cts.j $ cts. 


757,140 00 
938,440 00 
1,899,000 00' 
2,883,436 67 1 
1,974,492 75: 
2,458,546 24 1 
2,526,358 45 
3,307,964 51 
2,789,108 42 
3,034,849 26 
2,706,966 61 
2,519,845 93 
2,860,211 44 
2,755,257 52 
3,018,683 39 
3,719,389 28 
2,597,655 07 
2,415,189 11 
2,478,307 85 
3,939,194 10 
2,777,814 59 
3,897,636 31 
3,261,115 59 
3,285,515 34 
3,887,027 96 
5,061,577 26 
6,449,348 36 
8,292,405 61 
7,761,084 48 
8,758,252 83 
10, 723; 649 87 
10,813,739 97 
13,061,775 13 
12,476,044 02 
14,578,117 55 
18,901,639 55 
25,930,594 08 


74,704 27 
65,343 09 
46,327 61 
34,315 64 
18,205 25 


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Table VI. — Assets of Canada, from June 1, 1867, to June 30, 1903 — Con. 



Miscella- 


Montreal 


Montreal, 

\T n t(T 

New 

New 


neous Con- 


Harbour 

Montreal 

Turnpike 

Bruns- 

Bruns- 

Bruns- 


solidated 

Miscel- 

Bonds 

Harbour 

Bonds 

wick 

wick 

wick 

jl 6ftl • 

Fund 

laneous . 

5 per cent, 

Bonds, 

6 per cent, 

Hnn d a 

Debt 

Suspense 


Investments 


3i per cent- 

3 per cent. 

3i per cent 


Account, 

Account, 


Variable. 


after 1895. 


after 1895. 

6 per cent. 

5 per cent. 

5 per cent. 


$ cts . 

8 cts. 

$ cts. 

8 cts . j 

8 cts. 

$ cts . 

$ cts . 

$ cts . 

1867. . 

98,350 25 

117,465 61 

211,266 68 


67,200 00 

83,706 66 



1868. 

98,350 25 

332,487 38 

211,266 68 


67,200 00 

83,706 66 



1869. . . 

98,350 25 

331,180 13 

211,266 68 


67,200 00 

83,706 66 

319,822 77 


1870. . . 

98,350 25 

242,727 14 

211,266 68 


67,200 00 

83,706 66 

575,298 29 


1871. . . 

98,350 25 

613,018 96 

260,000 00 


67,200 00 

97,333 33 

671,936 45 

hi 732 74 

1872. . . 

98,350 25 

531,530 06 

260,000 00 


67,200 00 

97,333 33 

680,603 57 

3,199 04 

1873. . . 

58,350 25 

877,458 77 

260,000 00 


67,200 00 

97,333 33 


1,893 65 

1874. . . 

: 58,350 25 

913,290 41 1 

260,000 00 


67,200 00 

97,333 33 


1,782 17 

1875. . . 

58,350 25 

907,806 60! 

260,000 00 


67,200 00 

81,273 33 


1,578 84 

1876. . . 

58,350 25 

1,035,818 16! 

j 385,000 00 


67,200 00 

81,273 33 


1,578 84 

1877. . . 

58,350 25 

2,216,000 12 

385,000 00 


67,200 00 

81,273 33 


1,019 07 

1878. . . 

1 57,286 35 

2,242,109 43 

385,000 00 


67,200 00 

81,273 33 


805 75 

*879... 

' 56,633 33 

1,771,133 92 

385,000 00 


i 67,200 00 

81,273 33 

17^214 44 

639 69 

1880. . . 

! 56,108 83 

1,972,782 55 

385,000 00 


! 67,200 00 

81,273 33 

22,233 76 

474 06 

1881. . . 

55,639 33 

1,823,557 37 

385,000 00 


67,200 00 

! 81,273 33 

33,449 87 

463 39 

1882. . . 

51,719 15 

1,703,694 91 

385,000 00 


! 67,200 00 

! 81,273 33 

40,038 87 

463 39 

1883. . . 

51,523 05 

1,976,680 60 

385,000 00 


i 67,200 00 

81,273 33 

40,038 87 

1 463 39 

1884. . . 

51,523 05 

2,067,642 95 

385,000 00 


i 67,200 00 

81,273 33 


463 39 

1885. . . 

51,523 05 

2,204,147 24 

385,000 00 


67,200 00 

81,273 33 


463 39 

1886. . . 

51,523 05 

3,047,911 77 

385,000 00 


i 67,200 00 

74,946 66 


463 39 

1887. . . 

51,523 05 

2,062,377 79 

385,000 00 


i 67,200 00 

43,799 99 


463 39 

1888... 

45,640 80 

1,753,643 86 

385,000 00 


| 67,200 00 

42,339 99 


463 39 

1889. . . 

37,650 80 

2,034,153 66 

385,000 00 


17,033 39 


463 39 

1890. . . 

37,650 80 

2,195,040 25 

385,000 00 




240 15 

1891. . . 

37,350 80 

3,042,946 75 

385,000 00 





240 15 

1892. . . 

37,350 80 

2,132,940 31 

385,000 00 





240 15 

1893. . . 

37,150 80 

1,978,300 14 

385,000 00 






240 15 

1894. . . 

37,150 80 

2,543,844 85 

385 000 00 






240 15 

1895. . 

261,474 79 

2,508,600 12 

385' 000 00 






240 15 

1896. . . 

36,640 80 

2,754,448 06 

1,000,000 00 


200,000 00 



240 15 

1897. . . 

35,540 80 

3,087,205 29 

1,190,000 00 


! 195,000 00 



240 15 

1898. . . 

35,540 80 

3,933,286 43 

1,300,000 00 


195,000 00 



240 15 

1899. . . 

35,540 80 

3,152,117 35 

1,300,000 00 


195,000 00 




1900... 

35,540 80 

3,870,670 54 

1,700,000 00 


195,000 00 




1901. . . 

31,848 80 

5,306,220 28 

2,000,000 00 


195,000 00 




1902. . . 

34,650 00 

5,070,813 01 

2,000,000 00 

550,000 00 

195,000 00 




1903. . . 

83,316 67 

7,738,746 21 

2,000,000 00 

1,450,000 00 

195,000 00 






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Year. 


Northern 

Railway 

Bonds, 

6 per cent. 


8 cts. 


Northern 

Railway 

Bonds, 

5 per cent. 


8 cts. 


North 
Shore 
Railway 
Bond 
Account, 
5 per cent. 


8 cts . 


Nova 

Scotia 

Bonds, 

6 per cent. 


8 cts 


Nova Scotia 
Suspense 
Account. 


8 cts, 


Province 
of Canada 
Debt 
Account, 
5 per cent. 


8 cts. 


1867 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 
1881 
1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 


243,333 

243,333 

243,333 

243,333 

243,333 

243,333 

243,333 

243,333 

243,333 

243,333 

243,333 

243,333 

243,333 

243,333 

243,333 

243,333 

243,333 

243,333 

243,333 

243,333 

243,333 


1889 

1890 .... 

1891 

1892 

1893 ... . 

1894 

1895.. . 

1896 .. . 

1897 


1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 


33 . 
33; . 


33 ! 


33 

33 

33 

33 

33 

33 

33 

33 

33 


33 

33 

33 

33 

33 

33 




73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 
73,000 
73,000 
73,000 



970,000 00 
970,000 00 
970,000 00 
970,000 00 
970,000 00 
970,000 00 


111,446 66 
111,446 66 
111,446 66 

111,446 m 

48,666 66 | 
48,666 66 ! 
48,666 661 
48,666 66 
48,666 66 
48,666 66 
48,666 66 
48,666 66 
48,666 66 
48,666 66 
48,666 66 


125,054 

156,349 

141,894 

73,238 

62,207 

54,347 

48,753 

47,250 

45,953 

45,134 

44,036 

43,064 

42,759 

42,517 

42,279 

42,157 

42,084 

42,005 

41,801 

41,713 

40,863 

40,839 

40,720 

40,680 

40,666 

40,630 

40,615 

40,570 

40,533 

40,525 

40,525 

40,525 

40,515 

40,502 

40,502 


61 

81 

39 


10,045,533 63 
10,782,660 07 
10,489,769 30 
10,504,355 49 
10,504,466 16 
10,506,088 84 
964 28 
4,625 94 
5,781 94 
9,185 93 
14,409 17 
21,419 61 
34,831 09 
37,225 09 
41,064 48 
44,937 69 
80,547 30 
82,394 42 
82,394 42 
83,285 39 
85,595 70 

102,872 49 
61,776 68 
65,588 61 
65,588 61 
66,127 46 
66,127 46 
66,127 46 
71,773 33 
71,839 21 
71,839 21 
72,116 31 
72,116 31 

111.833 47 

111.833 47 

111.833 47 


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Table VI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to June 30, 1903 — Con. 


1867.. . 
1868 ... 

1869.. . 
1870 ... 

1871 .. 

1872 ... 

1873. . .. 
1874. . . 

1875.. . . 

1876.. . 

1877.. .. 

1878.. 

1879.. .. 

1880.. .. 
1881 ... 
1882.... 

1883.. .. 

1884.. .. 

1885.. .. 
1886 ... 

1887.. .. 


1890. 

1891. 

1892. 

1893. 

1894. 

1895. 

1896. 

1897. 

1898. 
1899 

1900. 

1901. 

1902. 

1903. 


Year. 


Provincial 
Accounts, 
5 per cent. 


Quebec 
Harbour 
5 per cent, 
4 per cent 
after 1882. 


Receiver 

General’s 

Inscribed 

Stock, 

4 per cent. 


Silver 

Deposit 

Account. 


$ cts . 


$ cts . 


$ cts. 


$ cts . 


Silver 

Coinage 

Account. 


$ cts . 



940,699 44 
3,842,165 67 
5,957,580 08 
7,802,501 04 
9,638,386 81 
11,472,624 70 
11,463,881 48 
11,465,583 45 
11,916,793 27 
12,306,133 68 
12,207,533 42 
12,933,296 65 
13,432,094 61 
13,196,377 80 

12.885.328 57 
12,982,961 93 

7,374,053 66 
7,377,780 93 
7,383,000 53 
7,390,540 95 
7,400,100 89 
7,870,452 53 
9,305,668 86 
9,803,974 91 
10,305,368 90 
10,814,072 3 
10,810,858 24 
10,810,858 24 
10,473,748 57 
10,493,439 15 

10.490.329 34 
10,559,141 97 
10,566,125 11 
10,566,125 11 
10,566,125 11 

4,103,715 61 


10,138 

10,138 

10.138 

10.138 


724,140 00 
724,140 00 
724,140 00 

724.140 00 

799.140 00 

949.140 00 

1.149.140 00 

1.351.140 00 

1.405.000 00 
1,471,540 00 
1,672,069 00 

1.955.000 00 
2,389,493 85 
2,822,289 YJ 
2,8*5,000 00 

3.365.717 20 
3,614,117 20 

3.664.717 20 
3,664,717 20 
3,748,519 62 
3,748,519 62 
3,748,519 62 
3 748,519 62 
3^748,519 62 
3,748,519 62 
3,748,519 62 
3,748,519 62 
3,748,519 62 
3,748,519 62 
3,748,519 62 


10,138 

10,138 

10,138 

10,138 

10,138 

10,138 

10,138 

10,138 

10,138 

10,138 

10,138 

10,138 

10,138 

10,138 

10,138 

10,138 

10,138 

10,138 


1,277,818 49 


657,826 

329,175 

627,090 

262,382 

733,338 

799,310 

247,715 

119,124 

116,279 

125,427 

78,139 

84,220 

162 

9,783 



12,074 

73 

3,166 

9,152 

12,532 

2,468 

4,833 

7,426 

8,925 

11,420 

309 

2,757 

4,786 

6,044 

8,150 

509 

1,904 

2,578 


70 

70 

70 




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Table VI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to June 30, 1903 — Con. 


Year. 

Sinking Funds. 

Consolidated Canadian Loan. 

Canada Reduced Loan. 

5 per cent. 

4 per cent. 

4 per cent. 

3£ per cent. 

3 per cent. 

24 per cent. 

1867 

$ cts. 

1,207,222 26 
1,562,488 92 

1.952.795 58 
2,001,462 24 
2,349,641 82 
2,625,581 82 

2.909.795 15 
3,196,928 48 
3,496,715 14; 
3,655,855 14 
3,655,855 14; 
3,655,855 14 
3,655,855 14 
3,655,855 14 
3,911,841 80 
4,098,329 87 
4,536,816 54 
4,796,209 87 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ Ct8. 

$ cts. 

1868 






1869 







1870 






1871 






1872 






1873 






1874 

1875 











1876 

187,366 66 
582,053 33 
986,959 99 
1,410,025 75 
1,833,218 29 
1,980,678 29 
2,212,402 09 
2,229,435 42 
2,451,842 09 





1877 





1878 





1879 





1880 

1881 









1882 





1883 

1884 









1885 

1886 

7,297,205 29 
7,554,167 17 
7,851,505 94 
8,069,899 85 
8,069,899 85 
8,118,566 52 
8,221,739 85 
8,271,785 40 
8,271,785 40 
8,324,248 47 
8,649,408 42 
8,705,375 09 
9,013,960 29 
9,077,226 95 
9,077,226 95 
9,229,336 42 
9,750,729 23 
10,056,896 14 
10,433,435 28 

494,015 64 
747,034 83 
941,005 76 
1,230,999 45 
1,230,999 45 
1,279,666 11 
1,314,204 40 
1,314,204 40 
1,314,204 40 
1,314,204 40 
1,314,204 40 
1,348,271 07 
1,358,004 40 
1,358,004 40 
1,358,004 40 
1,530,510 49 
1,562,249 19 
1,622,726 46 
1,829,515 79 



Canada Re- 
duced Loan. 




1887 




1888 


222,666 29 
784,870 27 
1,261,575 25 
1,711,525 25 
2,284,455 27 
2,929,527 08 
3,528,781 23 
3,813,641 80 
4,346,951 69 
4,672,541 03 
4,675,257 32 
4,933,966 82 
5,161,262 91 
5,347,748 65 
5,687,319 88 
5,899,023 79 


1889 




1890 




1891 




1892 




1893 




1894 




1895 




1896 

17,520 00 
17,520 00 
17,520 00 
17,520 00 
17,520 00 
36,986 67 
47,693 34 
65,700 01 



1897 

1898 


" 688^299 06* 
1,203,499 43 
1,400,918 66 
1,400,918 66 
1,476,351 99 
1,476,351 99 

1899 


1900 


1901 


1902 


1903 



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Year. 

Sinking Funds— Continued. 

Intercolonial Railway Loan. 

6 per cent. 

5 per cent. 

4 per cent. 

3£ per cent . 

3 per cent. 

| 2\ per cent. 

1867 

$ cts. 

8 cts. 

$ cts. 

& cts . 

§ cts. 

1 

$ Cts. 

1868 






1869 



36,500 00 
114,366 67 
163,520 00 
163,520 00 
163,520 00 
222,406 67 
222,406 67 
252,093 33 
252,093 33 
252,093 33 
252,093 33 
252,093 33 
252,093 33 

321.200 00 

467.200 00 
503,700 00 
242,360 00 
242,360 00 
242,360 00 
242,360 00 
242,360 00 
242,360 00 
242,360 00 
242,360 02 
242,360 02 
242,360 02 
242,360 02 
242,360 02 
242,360 02 
242,360 0 2 
242,360 02 
242,360 02 
242,360 02 
242,360 02 
242,360 02 





1870 






1871 

24,333 33 
92,953 33 
161,086 65 
265,719 98 
401,013 32 
401,013 32 
401,013 32 
390,306 66 
319,253 33 
296,866 67 
224,840 00 
189,800 00 
162,546 67 
100,740 01 
100,740 01 
32,606 68 
32,120 01 
26,766 69 
17,033 35 
7,300 02 





1872 ... 

1873 




1 






1874 

! 




1875 




. 

1876 

210,726 67 
415.613 34 
659,433 35 
971,873 35 
1,226,886 68 
1,527,160 01 
1,717,933 34 
1,838,140 00 
2,114,566 66 
2,493,193 32 
2,760,373 32 
2,987,159 98 
3,126,346 64 
3,277,213 31 
3,440,733 30 
3,672,873 29 
3,678,713 29 
3,678,713 29 
3,678,713 29 
3,743,458 08 
3,743,458 08 
3,743,458 08 
3,743,458 08 
3,743,458 08 
3,743,458 08 
3,743,458 08 
3,743,458 08 
3,743,458 08 

1 




1877 





1878 




1879 




1880 




1881 




1882 




1883 




1884 

159, 626 67 
237,493 34 
286,160 01 
432,160 01 
432,160 01 
432,160 01 
444,214 29 
444,214 29 
444,214 29 
513,987 08 ! 
513,987 08 
513,987 08 
513,987 08 
513,987 08 
513,987 08 
! 513,987 08 

! 513,987 08 

I 513,987 08 

513,987 08 



1885 

1886 





1887 



1889. 

76,943 13 
230,636 79 
383,635 78 
485,787 11 
841,685 89 
1,212,712 08 
1,515,943 83 
1,815,154 04 
2,188,282 06 
2,569,970 83 
2,817,682 26 
2,961,729 77 
3.107,864 33 
3,443,899 45 
3,775,149 97 
4,134,273 37 


1889 


1890 


1891 


1892 



1893 



1894 



1895 



1896 


1897 



1898 


156, 99i 99 
451,352 85 
757,936 50 
874,481 61 
1,003,867 71 
1,113,502 21 

1899 


1900 


1901 ' . .. 

1902 



1903 





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Table YI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to June 30, 1903 — Con . 


Sinking Funds— Con tinued. 


Year. 


Ru peit’s Land Loan. 


6 per cent. 

5 per cent. 

9 cts. 

$ cts. 


4 per cent. 


$ cts. 


per cent. 


$ cts . 


3 per cent, j per cent. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


1867. 

1868 

1869 

1870. 

1871 

1872 
1873 

1874. 

1875. 
1876 

1877. 

1878. 

1879. 

1880. 
1881. 
1882 
1883 

1884. 

1885. 

1886. 

1887. 

1888. 

1889. 

1890. 

1891. 

1892. 

1893. 

1894. 

1895. 

1896. 

1897. 

1898. 

1899. 

1900. 

1901. 

1902. 

1903. 


! . . . 

34,553 33 
50,126 65 . . 
66,673 32 . . . 
75,433 32 . . . 
75,433 32 ... . 
75,433 32 ... . 


70,566 65 
69,106 65 
69,106 65 
57,913 32 
47,693 32 
25,793 32 


6,813 32 
21,413 32 
32,606 65 


10,706 

32,119 

53,533 

84,193 

110,473 

134,806 

170,333 

197,586 

229,220 

269,613 

315,359 

336,286 

357,699 

379,113 

394,199 

410,746 

431,186 

435,068 

435,068 

435,068 

435,068 

435,068 

435,068 

435,068 

435,068 

435,068 

442,190 

442,190 

449,347 


99 

32 

32 

92 

65 


00 

32 

97 


96 


95 

62; 

62 

86 ' 


86 


86 

86 

86 

86 

82 

82 

43 


15,086 

22,386 

29,700 

37,000 

37,000 

37,000 

37,000 

37,000 

37.000 

37.000 

37.000 
37,000 
37,000 
37,000 
37,000 
37,000 
37,000 
37,000 
37,000 


67 

67 

07 

07 

07 

07 

07 

07 

07 

07 

07 

07 

07 

07 

07 

07 

07 

07 

07 


15,400 47 
30,628 64 
46,037 49 
79,117 23 
117,488 17 
156,960 36 
195,669 69 
234,183 35 
274,036 24 
306,891 43 
313,964 81 
321,210 22 
350,803 49 
382,186 30 
422,510 00 


8,066 
46,908 
86,975 
96,763 
113,545 
113,545 61 




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Table YI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to June 30, 1903 — Con. 


Sinking Funds— Continued. 


Year. 


British Columbia. 

6 per cent. 

5 per cent. 

4 per cent. 

3^ per cent. 

3 per cent. 

1867 

$ cts . 

§ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

1868 . 






1869 






1870 






1871 






1872 . . 

356,726 67 
227,273 34 
273,993 34 
320,713 34 
370,353 34 
411,720 00 
404,420 00 
306,113 33 
272,046 67 
246,740 00 
149,406 67 
85,653 34 
34,066 68 
34,066 68 
34,066 68 
34,066 68 
34,066 68 
973 35 
973 35 
973 35 
973 35 
973 35 

177,146 67 
86,626 67 
86,626 67 
86,626 67 
86,626 67 

93.440 01 
126,533 34 
126,533 34 
123,613 34 
123,613 34 
123,613 34 

37,473 34 
37,473 34 

20.440 00 
20,440 00 
20,440 00 
20,440 00 
18,006 67 
17,520 00 
17,520 00 
17,520 00 
17,520 00 




1873 




1874 . 




1875 . 




1876 




1877 - 

4,866 67 
38,933 34 
212,186 68 
314,873 34 
404,906 68 
557,233 34 
191,746 67 
259,880 00 
283,986 12 
291,084 09 
291,084 09 
296,282 91 
305,990 00 
305,990 00 
305,990 00 
305,990 00 
305,990 00 



1878 


1879 



1880 . 



1881 



1882 



1883 


1884 



1885 

7,804 74 
10,441 72 
30,535 01 
40,478 96 
47,078 45 

49.145 38 
49,460 48 

62.145 55 
71,277 64 


1886 


1887 


1888 


1889 • 


1890 

13 774 36 
29,331 91 
33,110 98 
41,655 20 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 . 






1896 






1897 




, 


1898 






180Q 






190ft 





1901. 






1902 






1903 













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Table VI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to June 30, 1903. — Con . 


Year. 

Sinking Funds— Continued. 

Dominion Loan, 1874. 

5 per cent. 

4 per cent. 

3J per cent. 

3 per cent. 

[ 2h per cent. 

1867 

S cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

1868 . . 






1869.. 






1870 






1871 . 






1872.. 






1873. . 






1874 . 






1875 


54,506 66 
165,466 66 
278,860 00 
337,746 67 
460,139 16 
584,725 83 
705,905 83 
767,914 22 
767,914 22 
767,914 22 
i 1,181,094 22 
1,261,270 91 
1,383,423 96 
i 1,547,298 47 ; 

1,547,298 47 : 
: 1,547,298 47 

1,558,005 14 
1,558,005 14 
1,558,005 14 
1,558,005 14 
1,651,742 51 
1,751,668 15 
1,946,124 76 
1,979,168 39 
1,979,168 39 
2,10-1,771 92 
2,254,874 04 
2,354,354 82 
2,614,388 56 




1876 





1877 





1878 

54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
115,826 67 
251,120 00 
393,713 33 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
57,913 33 




1879 




1880 




1881 ; 




1882 




1888 




1884 




1885.. 

82,413 14 
161,064 23 
196,590 89 
196,590 89 

196.590 89 

196.590 89 
199,813 78 
199,813 78 
199,813 78 
199,813 78 
199,813 78 
199,813 78 
199,813 78 
199,813 78 
199,813 78 
203,176 05 
203,176 05 
203,176 05 
203,176 05 



1886 



1887 



1888 



1889 

177,233 28 
382,762 98 
I 560,862 47 
762,119 33 
968,495 42 
1,180,48 8 98 
1,285,423 06 
1,383,804 53 
1,395,669 97 
1,398,058 04 
1,413,511 51 
1,477,503 39 
1,575,738 37 
1,661,774 79 
1,662,815 73 


1890 


1891 


1892 

1893 


1894 


1895 


1896 


1897 


1898 

206,268 39 
444,455 11 
494,227 22 
494,227 22 
572,580 55 
572,580 55 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 


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Sinking Funds— Continued. 


Year. 

Dominion Guaranteed Loan of 1875-78. 

5 per cent. 

4 per cent. 

3^ per cent. 

3 per cent. 

’2i per cent. 

1867 

$ ets. 

§ cts. 

•$ cts. 

§ cts. 

$ cts. 

1868 






1869 






1870 






1871 






1872 






1873 






1874 






1875 






1876 


54,020 00 
163,033 32 
208,780 00 
336,286 67 
506,133 33 
672,573 34 
820,519 99 
854,586 67 
897,413 34 
1,264,360 00 
1,405,006 67 
1,546,626 65 
1,695,546 65 
1,771,466 65 
1,856,146 66 
1,970,513 32 
1,995,831 08 
1,995,831 08 
1,995,831 08 
1,995,831 08 
1,995,831 08 
1,995,831 08 
1,995,831 08 
1,995,831 08 
1,995,831 08 
2,069,483 20 
2,069,483 20 
2,144,757 21 




1877 





1878 





1879 





1880 





1881 





1882 

19,953 33 

165.953 33 

311.953 33 




1883 




1884 




1885 

156,706 67 
237,006 66 
315,019 52 
392,886 19 
392,886 19 
392,886 19 
392,886 19 
441,552 86 
441,552 86 
441,552 86 
441,552 86 
441,552 86 
441,552 86 
441,552 86 
441,552 86 
441,552 86 
441,552 86 
441,552 86 
441,552 86 



1886 




1887 




1888 




1889 


164,274 40 
326,714 64 
491,077 85 
693,976 64 
986,873 10 


1890 



1891 



1892 



1893 



1894 


1,288,281 04 


1895 


1,583,797 19 
1,877,404 50 
2,181,194 75 
2,409,564 17 
2,485,457 46 
2,510,088 81 
2,737.369 82 
2, 995; 939 89 
3,280,579 61 


1896 



1897 



1898 . . 


86,040 27 
358,111 58 
698,768 06 
747,060 46 
853,785 93 
853,785 93 

1899 


1900.. 


1901 


1902 


1903 





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Table VI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to June 30, 1903 — Con. 


Year. 

Sinking Funds— Continued. 

Dominion Loan of 1875. 

5 per cent. 

4 per cent. 3^ per cent. 

3 per cent. 

2^ per cent. 


$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 






























































12,653 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 
19,953 33 
52,073 33 
73,973 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 

12.653 33 

12.653 33 
12^653 33 

12.653 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 

54,506 66 
84,009 13 
113,507 33 
142,707 33 

164.894 95 

164.894 94 
177,061 61 
255,901 61 
274,769 41 
312,447 80 
351,651 61 
351,651 61 
351,651 61 
354,571 61 
354,571 61 
354,571 61 
354,571 61 
376,766 80 
391,506 65 
435,114 14 
438,519 02 
438,519 02 
443,385 68 
484,700 48 
525,082 00 
569,120 48 


























19,826 60 
38,621 85 
38,621 85 
38,621 85 
38,621 85 
38,621 85 
38,718 66 
38,718 66 
38,718 66 
38,718 66 
38,718 66 
38,718 66 
38,718 66 
38,718 66 
38,718 66 
39,370 19 
39,370 19 
39,370 19 
39,995 09 

4 












42,399 38 
91,150 98 
134,082 04 
182,214 96 
231,547 40 
282,260 91 
307,346 54 
340,865 19 
346,341 13 
346,907 02 
374,557 27 
408,896 88 
426,234 40 
446,239 65 
464,751 52 



















54,080 01 
84,160 34 
103,092 20 
103,092 20 
103,092 20 
103,092 20 







1867 

1868. 

1869. 

1870. 
1871 

1872. 

1873. 

1874. 

1875. 
1876 

1877. 

1878. 

1879 

1880 

1881. 

1882. 

1883. 
1884 
1885. 
1886 

1887 

1888 

1889. 

1890. 
1891 

1892. 

1893. 

1894. 

1895. 

1896. 

1897. 

1898. 

1899. 

1900 

1901 

1902. 

1903. 


4 


% 


2 — i — 4 


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Table VI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to June 30, 1903 — Con. 


Sinking Funds— Continued. 


• Year. 

Dominion Loan of 1876. 

5 per cent. 

1 

4 per cent. 

3£ per cent. 

3 per cent. 

2£ per cent. 

1867 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

1868 






1869 






1870 






1871 






1872 






1873 






1874 







1875 






1876 






1873 






1878 

30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
65,356 79 
141,276 79 
201,136 79 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 

32,606 67 
101,108 99 
170,591 89 
238,725 22 
273,641 60 
273,641 60 
293,594 93 
505,438 39 
550,089 92 
638,483 85 
730,448 17 
730,448 17 
730,448 17 
736,288 17 
736,288 17 
736,288 17 
736,288 17 
812,270 40 
’ 845,387 38 

909,336 66 
928,669 94 
928,669 94 
998,287 57 
1,071,294 46 
1,203,782 48 
1,308,220 91 




1879 




1880 




1881 




1882 . 




1883 




1884 




1885 

45,855 47 
89,945 09 
89,945 09 
89,945 09 
89,945 09 
89,945 09 
91,873 87 
91,873 87 
91,873 87 
91,873 87 
91,873 87 
91,873 87 
91,873 87 
91,873 87 
91,873 87 
93,419 81 
93,419 81 
93,419 81 
93,419 81 



1886 

1887 . . . ». . 



1888 




1889 

99,461 82 
214,356 67 
314,350 06 
427,274 99 

542.968 72 
661,926 41 
694,400 85 
773,264 52 

826.969 61 
828,298 33 
893,069 99 
938,411 36 

1,002,360 98 
1,011,566 16 
1,055,721 30 


1890 


1891 


1892 

1893 


1894 . ... 


1895 


1896 


1897 



1898 

114,573 24 
185,094 20 
202,356 92 
204,174 64 
204,174 64 
204,174 64 

1899 

3900 

1901 

1902 

1903 



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Table VI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to June 30, 1903 — Con. 


Year. 

Sinking Funds — Continued. 
Dominion Loan of 1878-79. 

5 per cent. 

4 per cent. 

3| per cent, 

3 per cent. 

2\ per cent. 

1867 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

1868 






1869 






1870 






1871 






1872 






1873 






1874 






1875 





1876 






1877 

v 





1878 






1879 


19,173 12 
95,714 11 
207,160 77 
292,432 20 
324,065 54 
397,552 20 
641,858 87 
713,412 64 
858,023 34 
1,008,477 37 
1,008,477 37 
1,008,477 37 
1,017,237 37 
1,017,237 37 
1,017,237 37 
1,017,237 37 
1,130,751 66 
1,187,718 37 
1,306,204 07 
1,321,827 11 
1,321,827 11 
1,412,657 44 
1,573,155 23 
1,739,824 29 
1,956,755 71 




]880 




1881 





1882 

28,226 67 
120,693 33 
177,146 67 




1883 




1884 




1885 

74,825 47 
146,956 40 
146,956 40 
146,956 40 
146,956 40 
146,956 40 
149,642 33 
149,642 33 
149,642 33 
149,642 33 
149,642 33 

149.642 33 

149.642 33 

149.642 33 
149,642 33 
152,160 34 
152,160 34 
152,160 34 
152,160 34 



1886 




1887 


I * 


1888 




1889 


162,717 70 
348,495 80 
513,437 05 
698,101 20 
887,400 48 
1,082,012 19 
1,146,809 71 
1,272,283 24 
1,343,574 62 
1,344,633 99 
1,409,449 40 
1,476,746 55 
1,519,952 31 
1,585,057 88 
1,609,391 22 


1890 



1891 



1892 



1893 



1894 



1895 



1896 



1897 



1898 


198,897 60 
360,962 51 
421,104 08 
443,619 69 
443,619 69 
443,619 69 

1898 


1900 . . 


1901 


1902 


1903 





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Table VI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to June 30, 1903 — Con. 


Year. 

Sinking F unds — Concluded. 
> 

Sinking Fund 
Inscription 
Special 
Account, 

4 per cent. 

Special 

Circulation 

Account. 

Dominion Loan of 1884. 

4 per cent. 

3i per cent. 

3 per cent. 

2\ per cent. 

1867 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

1868 







1869. 







1870. 







1871. . 







1872 







1873. 






533,226 66 
247,553 87 

1874 








1875 





1,094,999 99 

1876 

- 






1877 







1878 







1879. 







1880 . 







1881 







1882 






; 

1883 







1884 







1885 


65,854 33 
197,405 74 
197,405 74 
197,405 74 
197,405 74 
197,405 74 
198,924 08 
198,924 08 
198,924 08 
198,924 08 
198,924 08 
198,924 08 
244,287 98 

244.287 98 

244.287 98 
325^949 11 
466,062 56 
492,193 54 
614,252 64 





1886 






1887 , . . 

129.860 67 
264,968 66 
264,968 66 
264,968 66 

268.861 99 
268,861 99 
268,861 99 
268,861 99 
345,503 54 
396,711 6 J 
454,652 45 
493,585 78 
493,585 78 
493,585 78 
505,521 89 
583,218 84 
634,809 07 





1888 






1889 

146,339 74 
303,549 02 
456,931 06 
622,789 30 
792,559 94 
965,885 24 
1,050,633 30 
1,167,613 96 
1,234,046 38 
1,234,091 64 
1,283,104 87 
1,387,127 29 
1,436,038 69 
1,525,247 03 
1,564,993 48 




1890 




1891 




1892 

1893 


. 


i /*’ " 

1894 




1895 



1896 




1897 . 




1898 . . 

156,107 23 
309,836 44 
319,069 56 
319,069 56 
331,236 23 
331,236 23 



1899 



1900 



1901 



1902 



1903 








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Table VI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to June 30, 1903 — Con . 


Year. 

Sterling ' 
Debentures. 

St. John 
Bridge and 
Railway 
Extension Co. , 
4 per cent. 

Three Rivers 
Harbour 
Debentures, 
4 per cent. 

Toronto 

Roads, 

6 per cent. 

York 

Roads, 

6 per cent. 

/ 

Total Assets. 


$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

8 cts. 

8 cts. 

8 cts. 

1867 




18,883 00 
17,183 00 
12,803 00 
7,263 00 


17,317,410 36 
21,139,531 46 
36,502,679 19 
37,783,964 31 
37,786,165 11 
40,213,107 32 
30,929,636 89 
32,838,586 91 
35,655,023 60 
36,653,173 98 
41,440,525 94 
• 34,595,199 05 
36,493,683 85 

1868. 





1869. 

14,600 00 
14,600 00 




1870. . 




1871 




1872 





31,500 00 
28,000 00 
21,000 00 
21,000 00 
21,000 00 
14,000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 

1873. 





1874 





1875 





1876. 





1877. .. 





1878 





1879. 





1880.. . 





42,182,852 07 
44,465,757 11 
51,703,601 19 
43,692,389 84 
60,320,565 95 
68,295,915 29 
50,005,234 02 
45,872,850 99 
49,982,483 73 
50,192,021 11 
48,579,083 33 
52,090,199 11 
54,201,839 66 
58,373,485 13 
62,164,994 48 
64,973,827 78 
67,220,103 96 
70,991,534 87 
74,419,585 32 
78,886,363 90 
80,713,173 03 
86,252,428 83 
94,529,386 97 
99,737,109 50 

1881 


. 



1882. . . 





1883. . . . 





1884 


143,600 00 
278,800 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 

433.900 00 

483.900 00 

433.900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 



1885.. . 




1886. 


81,557 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 



1887. 




1q88. . 




1889. 




1890. 




1891. 




1892 




1893. 


i 

1894 




1895 




1896 




1897 




1898. 




1899 




1900. 




1901. 




1902 




1903 









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TABLE VII. — Comparative Statement of Receipts from Consolidated Fund, from 

July 1, 1867, to June 30, 1903. 


Receipts from Taxes. 


Year. 


Customs. 


Excise. 


$ cts. ■ 


cts. 


1867- 68 

1868- 69 

1869- 70 

1870 71 

1871-72 

1872- 73 ... 

1873- 74 

1874- 75 

1875- 76 

1876- 77 

1877- 78 

1878- 79 

1879- 80 

1880- 81 

1881-82 ... 

1882- 83 

1883- 84 

1884- 85 

1885- 86 

1886- 87 

1887- 88 

1888- 89. 

1889- 90 

1890 91 

1891- 92. 

1892- 93 

1893- 94 

1894- 95 

1895- 96 

1896- 97 

1897- 98 

1898- 99.... 

1899- 1900 

1900- 01 

1901- 02 

1902- 03 


8,578,380 09 
8,272,879 78 
9,334,212 98 
11,841,104 56 
12,787,982 02 
12,954,164 05 ' 
14,325,192 64 
15,351,011 56 | 
12,823,837 94 ! 
12,546,987 99 I 
12,782,824 35 ! 
12,900,659 29 j 
14,071,343 13 i 
18,406,092 13 | 
21,581,570 05 
23,009,582 48 
20,023,890 14 
18,935,428 10 
19,373,551 26 
22,378,800 78 
22,105,926 32 ! 
23,726,783 83 j 
23.968,953 60 ! 
23,399,300 77 
20,501,059 36 
20,954,003 47 
19,198,114 20 
17,640,466 00 
19,833,279 48 
19,478,247 19 
21,704,892 75 
25,316,841 68 
28,374,147 64 
28,425,234 25 
32,191.978 47 
37,001,726 90 


3,002,588 16 
2,710,028 42 
3,619,622 47 
4,295,944 -72 
4.735,651 65 
4,460,681 81 

5.594.903 84 
5,069,687 21 
5,563,487 12 
4,941,897 91 
4,858,671 63 
5,390,763 17 
4,232,427 16 
5,343,022 09 
5,884,859 95 
6,260,116 33 
5,459,309 05 
6,449,101 22 

5.852.904 95 
6,308,201 15 
6,071,486 86 
6,886,738 68 
7,618,118 13 
6,914,850 38 
7,945,097 95 
8,367,363 95 
8,381,088 89 
7,805,732 71 
7,926,005 94 
9,170,378 92 
7,871,562 89 
9,641,227 53 
9,868,075 35 
10,318,266 03 
11,197.133 40 
12, 013; 779 00 


Bill Stamps. 


$ cts. 

119,712 83 
129,664 81 
134,047 22 
183,319 42 
191,918 37 
201,708 92 

209.088 69 
| 244,180 19 

227.089 96 
j 209,038 92 
I 200,442 21 

185,190 89 
175,806 15 
193,024-73 
82,616 45 


Total 

Receipts from 
Taxes. 


$ cts. 

11,700,681 08 
11,112,573 01 
13,087,882 67 
16,320,368 70 
17,715,552 04 
17,616,554 78 
20,129,185 17 
20,664,878 96 
18,614,415 02 
17,697,924 82 
17,841,938 19 
18,476,613 35 
18,479,576 44 
23,942,138 95 
27,549,046 45 
29,269,698 81 
25,483,199 19 
25,384,529 32 
25,226,456 21 
28,687,001 93 
28,177,413 18 
30,613,522 51 
31,587,071 73 
30,314,151 15 
28,446,157 31 
29,321,367 42 
27,579,203 09 
25,446,198 71 
27,759,285 42 
28,648,626 11 
29,576,455 64 
34,958,069 21 
38,242,222 99 
38,743,550 28 
43,389,111 87 
49,015,505 90 


Bank Imports. 


$ cts. 

11,689 44 
18,193 09 
15,443 17 
39,588 96 
7,068 56 
3,819 12 
3.946 73 
3,806 90 
2,207 07 
2,487 60 
3,114 91 
2,853 03 
3,086 74 
4,057 74 
5,179 13 
4,566 65 
1,923 35 



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Table VII. — Comparative Statement of Receipts from Consolidated Fund, &c. — Con. 


Year. 

Casual. 

Cullers’ Fees. 

1867-68 

$ cts. 
6,936 84 

$ cts. 
69,797 01 

1868-69 

6,683 09 

58,376 76 

1869-70 

6,272 80 

69,475 10 

1870-71 

5,663 84 

61,197 08 

1871-72 

5,691 24 I 

76,665 79 

1872-73 

30,758 58 j 

81,038 35 
92,771 93 

1873-74 . . . 

75,823 50 

1874-75 

28,613 96 

78,966 22 

1875-76 

84,092 45 

57,125 57 

1876-77 

20,554 59 

74,216 34 

1877-78 

69,201 37 

53,521 38 

1878-79 

17,569 42 

24,715 45 

1879-80 . . . 

46,497 88 

27,092 63 
36,176 56 

1880-81 

154,041 64 

1881-82 

119,222 18 
127,419 94 

45,753 34 

1882-83 

40,162 93 

1883-84 

86,941 81 

37,062 71 

1884-85 

55,786 22 

31,732 37 

1885-86 1 

97,642 47 

27,141 05 

1886-87 

129,294 20 

23,202 89 

1887-88 

171,086 65 

16,827 42 

1888-89 

114,456 83 

20,861 89 

1889-90... 

152,930 01 

18,223 69 

1890-91 

99,328 79 

16,733 14 

1891-92 ... 

219,194 38 

14,357 37 

1892-93 

139,456 34 

10,944 72 

1893-94 

201,941 47 

12,066 24 

1894-95 

89,145 34 
210,557 66 

7,106 57 

1895-96 

11,405 02 

1896-97 

119,210 05 

10,428 12 

1897-98 

243,940 61 

16,767 07 

1898-99 

214,443 98 

11,626 63 

1899-1900 

469,568 36 

8,154 74 

1900-01 

562,923 15 

8,270 78 

1901-02 

360,151 37 

11,199 55 
7,273 06 

1902-03.. 

840,758 82 


Dominion 

Lands. 

Dominion 

Steamers. 

Electric 

Light 

Inspection. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 













26,239 45 
29,980 80 
27,641 15 
8,545 94 
3,799 86 
19,424 86 
23,828 09 
120,479 43 
131,124 02 

24,732 72 
12,449 20 
2,975 12 
12,439 84 
5,509 31 
2,285 83 
1,612 09 
5,282 40 
7,050 33 
16,744 60 
7,327 06 
8,598 90 
20,007 68 
5,617 34 
8,701 37 
9,163 51 
16,367 05 
10,721 82 
16,011 02 
7,255 22 
15,006 47 
14,638 96 
9,534 74 
11,414 02 
9,982 19 
8,859 53 
12,579 75 
13,467 76 
19,527 28 
11,307 65 
16,086 35 




' 















191,781 78 
217,083 07 
237,820 61 
220,141 00 
264,592 28 
322,796 38 
285,596 07 
210,096 50 
167,869 58 
166,256 49 
172,513 65 
975,792 37 

1.532.590 58 
1,388,023 78 
1,517,319 52 
1,227,976 75 

1.695.591 63 










8,066 25 
6,805 25 
9,408 25 
11,378 25 
14,366 75 
15,363 02 
21,428 75 
23,869 75 


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Table YII. — Comparative Statement of Receipts from Consolidated Fund, &c. — Con. 


Year. 


1867- 68.. 

1868- 69. . 

1869- 70.. 

1870- 71.. 

1871- 72 . 

1872- 73.. 

1873- 74.. 

1874- 75.. 

1875- 76.. 

1876- 77 . 

1877- 78.. 

1878- 79.. 

1879- 80... 

1880- 81.. 

1881-82. . 

1882- 83. . 

1883- 84.. 

1884- 85. . 

1885- 86... 

1886- 87 . 

1887- 88.. 

1888- 89.. 

1889- 90.. 

1890- 91.. 

1891- 92. 

1892- 93. . 

1893- 94.. 

1894- 95.. 

1895- 96 . 

1896- 97.. 

1897- 98.. 

1898- 99.. 

1899- 1900 

1900- 01.. 

1901- 02.. 

1902- 03.. 


Fines, 

Forfeitures 

and 

Seizures. 

! Fisheries. 

Gas 

Inspection 
and Law 
Stamps. 

Interest 

on 

Investments. 

8 cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

30,305 49 

19,556 97 


174,073 46 

20,649 58 

13,583 97 


824,424 46 

41,680 69 
47,877 28 
48,333 67 

16,622 43 
12,408 97 
10,458 00 


383,955 91 
554,383 72 
488,041 54 


17,850 45 

10,338 24 


396,403 94 

14,296 04 

14,012 83 


610,863 00 

20,422 11 

14,764 20 


840,886 65 

16,836 39 

13,571 12 


798,905 95 

16,778 85 

13,364 85 

3,270 83 

717,684 31 

26,664 12 

14,113 11 

3,776 21 

791,757 60 

32,148 81 

17,738 34 

3,172 36 

592,500 04 

50,778 04 

19,423 16 

3,394 75 

834,792 67 

38,216 58 

24,596 94 

2,529 99 

751,513 49 

17,677 13 

23,687 45 

3,772 26 

914,009 27 

27,185 56 

21,337 16 

3,797 62 

1,001,192 96 

41,276 15 

1 20,006 50 

7,167 42 

986,698 37 

51,847 75 

26,627 86 

8,078 93 

1,997,035 50 

99,227 38 

26,088 50 

9.004 94 

2,299,078 91 

19.736 64 

25,947 53 

8464 22 

990,886 69 

12,291 73 

44,998 12 

9,409 04 

932,025 35 

18,576 19 

56,426 26 

12,247 10 

1,305,392 25 

68,277 92 

69,643 33 

12,232 60 

1,082,271 36 

2,429 66 

70,794 42 

10,543 65 

1,077,228 14 

9,586 53 

62,785 89 

13,176 55 

1,086,419 93 

82,535 42 

111,540 32 

18,164 78 

1,150,166 51 

12,339 64 

79,601 59 

20,749 23 

1,217,808 97 

22,469 39 

94,970 04 

23,550 85 

1,336,046 94 
1,370,000 56 

2,992 58 

88,822 66 

23,447 05 

21,037 07 

106,469 55 

21,559 28 

1,443,003 84 

32,987 41 

113,103 50 

21,615 40 

1,513,454 58 

38,414 21 

85,502 85 

22,893 90 

1,590,447 91 

25,981 61 

88,396 59 

25,836 50 

1,683,050 51 

23,063 34 

88,145 11 

27,289 75 

1,784,833 79 

49,825 71 

79,169 58 

28,29/ 05 

1,' 892, 224 09 

59,848 09 

78,635 82 

45,289 90 

2,020,953 04 


Inspection 

of 

Staples. 


$ cts. 


2,773 05 
102,880 87 


V. 



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Table VII. — Comparative Statement of Receipts from Consolidated Fund, &c. — Con. 


Year. 

Insurance 

Super- 

intendence. 

Imperial 
Contri- 
bution to 
Sable, 
Island, &c. 

Militia. 

Militia 

Pensions. 

Mounted 

Police 

Pensions. 

1867-68. ..• 

$ cts. 

•$ cts. 
29,537 32 

$ cts. 

26,155 70 
! 12,095 04 

16,535 75 
7,393 58 
1 38,966 54 

18,495 78 
42,756 85 
12,137 13 
24,344 73 
12,627 14 
1 12,796 43 

| 16,031 14 

: 20,555 69 

f 19,346 32 

1 18,579 93 

16,081 50 
22,211 73 | 
18,943 63 j 
24,331 51 
23,428 66 
20,719 52 
22,712 55 
43,209 15 
43,358 27 
40,372 65 
42,584 81 
42,527 09 
39,445 03 
42,716 80 
40,362 59 
36,916 34 
• 72,964 39 
47,755 16 
47,693 75 
41,686 78 
41,791 54 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

1868-69 




1869-70 





1870-71 





1871-72 

1872-73 







1873-74 



• 


1874-75 





1875-76 





1876-77 . 

7,422 35 
235 11 
6,134 38 
8,005 91 
9,647 90 
9,315 44 
9,301 27 
9,855 13 
9,714 93 
10,197 86 
8,285 54 
9,702 14 
7,758 98 
7,706 70 
7,693 81 
7,913 44 
8,126 27 
8,977 79 
9,793 70 
9,985 78 
10,183 81 
10,574 95 
10,655 06 
10,901 85 
11,355 71 
12,844 18 
13,485 33 




1877-78 




1878-79 



• 

1879-80 




1880-81 

< 

4,263*99 ! 
2,909 94 
2,634 66 j 
695 00 | 
4,575 34 ! 
2,810 66 i 
905 00 1 
105,023 84 
2,911 67 
915 00 : 
978 00 ) 
990 00 | 
6,795 00 ! 
4,815 33 
2,771 66 1 
2,774 66 i 
2,770 66 
2,737 66 | 
2,851 66 
2 793 66 
2,800 66 ! 
2,873 66 



1881-82 



1882-83. . 



1883- 84 

1884- 85 

1885- 86 



.... 

1886-87 



1887-88 



1888-89 



1889-90 



1890-91 



1891-92 



1892-93 

1893-94 



1894-95 



1885-96 : 



1896-97 



1897-98 



1898-99 



1899-1900. 



1900-01 



1901- 02 

1902- 03 

5,964 76 
6,243 97 

" 3,827 85 


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Table VII. — Comparative Statement of Receipts from Consolidated Fund, &c. — Con. 


Year. 


1867 68.. 

1868- 69... 

1869- 70. . 

1870- 71.. 

1871- 72. . 

1872- 73.. 
1873 74. 

1874- 75. ., 

1875- 76. 

1876- 77. . 

1877- 78... 

1878- 79. . 

1879- 80... 

1880- 81. . 

1881-82... 

1882- 83. . . 

1883- 84... 

1884- 85.. 

1885- 86. 

1886- 87. .. 
1887 88 . 

1888- 89... 

1889- 90... 

1890- 91. .. 

1891- 92.. 

1892- 93. ., 

1893- 94 . . 

1894- 95. .. 

1895- 96.. 

1896- 97. . 

1897- 98. . 

1898- 99. . 

1899- 1900 

1900- 01. . 

1901- 02. . 

1902- 03. . 


Mis- 

cellaneous 

Receipts. 

Ordnance 

Lands. 

Passenger 
Duties (Im- 
migration). 

Patent Fees. 

Peniten- 

tiaries. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

3,377 05 

42,332 99 

31,064 04 

8,948 13 

64,040 98 

8,681 80 

45,248 50 

40,398 00 

13,241 04 

75,935 16 

18,421 31 

49,915 40 

39,855 24 

13,822 26 

93,550 89 

53,012 57 

95,216 35 

36,750 65 

14,073 34 

124,817 85 

80,681 06 

54,043 00 

15,361 50 

13,076 31 

108,132 05 

56,909 02 

54,308 43 

7,383 00 

28,333 73 

98,087 94 

64,674 25 

214,384 30 

29,915 17 

95,066 90 

54,559 44 
38,011 51 
51,169 02 
22,977 07 

45,016 93 
51,350 80 
87,689 28 
44,219 37 

5,092 70 

34.672 17 

35.673 31 
33,583 27 
35,111 33 

97,072 90 
95,408 80 
98,752 70 


35,784 06 

15,325 77 

40,849 56 


30,051 81 

53,115 10 

32,079 06 

30,091 37 


38,440 76 

31,504 12 

15,003 64 

50,747 33 


46,333 12 

30,344 16 

9,177 89 

42,989 13 


58,769 93 

24,224 63 

9,411 76 

19,402 69 


64,561 61 

22,156 64 

9.672 55 
9,021 70 
9,573 47 

14,138 70 
24,540 61 
26,483 16 


73.039 78 
65,172 31 
70,246 02 

17,848 72 
13,468 69 
17,882 15 


10,954 62 
10,329 78 
10,834 13 
7,347 89 

21,676 57 
36,239 88 
42,072 07 
29,921 61 


76,394 30 
72,194 93 
77,040 64 
89,163 61 

19,863 17 
9,645 00 
10,607 29 
14,567 87 


9,210 28 

54,229 69 


90,087 25 

13,069 43 

8,969 21 

42,360 80 


83,972 06 

9,156 35 

10,027 89 

33,776 90 


87,182 02 

10,321 01 

11,641 59 

22,318 20 


83,104 01 

11,162 18 

11,148 24 

22,645 97 


94,603 17 

i 24,623 84 

22,411 75 

17,550 28 


98,864 54 

42,493 24 

12,896 52 

9,831 27 


110,009 10 

83,807 57 

12,812 52 

22,537 17 


112,084 39 

i 76,588 08 

8,931 35 

12,349 65 


115,322 35 

45,582 96 

8,085 48 

•11,003 53 


121,430 97 

68,830 80 

11,888 92 

14,594 47 


130,894 33 

30,211 11 

11,340 25 

- 16,967 36 


140,959 95 

I 73,601 29 

13,075 23 

35,706 50 


152,372 22 

! 39,636 40 


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Table VII. — Comparative Statement of Receipts from Consolidated Fund, &c. — Con. 


Year. 

Post Office, 
including Ocean 
Postage and 
Money Orders. 

Public Works, 
including 
Railways and 
Canals. 

Premium 

and 

Discount. 

Steamboat 

Inspection. 

Superannua- 

tion. 

1867-68 

$ cts. 

525,691 80 
535,315 14 

$ cts. 

901,466 41 
918,932 80 

$ cts. 

8 cts. 

5,682 36 
i 11,914 63 

$ cts. 

1868-69 

608,510 12 


1869-70 

573,565 84 
612,630 67 

1,006,844 67 
1,146,240 25 

14,533 56 
92,019 59 

9,369 67 
10,692 13 


1870-71 

49,470 59 

1871-72 

692,374 98 

1,211,729 08 

24,077 64 

10,860 58 

53,213 80 

1872-73 

833,657 21 

1,316,635 90 

52,477 16 

18,284 12 

54,757 30 

1873-74 

1,139,973 15 

1,509,915 04 

4,968 18 

15,106 12 

34,620 18 

1874-75. f 

1,155,332 09 

1,432,359 95 

13,415 29 

16,144 25 
13,768 87 

36,678 71 

1775-76 

1,102,540 32 

1,479,231 61 

32,635 60 

38,476 00 

1876-77 

1,114,945 78 
1,207,790 15 
1,172,418 14 

1,917,455 19 
2,034,483 53 
1,863,149 07 
2,167,401 00 


15,879 93 
12,431 93 
12,331 16 

40,890 26 
41,856 62 
41,959 20 

1877-78 


1878-79 

460 82 

1879-80 

1,252,498 22 

777 78 

12,762 02 

43,531 80 

1880-81 

1,352,109 64 

2,759,591 06 

90,685 47 

13,953 49 

44,995 80 

1881-82 

1,587,888 15 

2,711,134 30 1 

64,991 35 

15,277 78 

46,426 39 

1882-83 

1,800,391 37 

3,101,138 04 
3,055,792 09 

83,363 09 

12,577 36 ‘ 

46,372 03 

1883-84 

1,755,674 49 

52,414 05 

15,371 79 

51,882 21 

1884-85 

1,841,372 22 

3,065,502 59 

16,444 04 

12,942 66 

52,701 33 
57,075 43 

1885-86 

1,901,690 25 

3,082,410 58 
3,270,782 18 

70,313 93 

13,835 78 

1886-87 

2,020,623 51 

40,508 74 

12,701 20 

62,600 96 

1887-88 

2,379,241 57 

3,556,101 24 

47,Q16 07 

12,550 14 

62,967 43 

1888-89 

2,220,503 66 

3,642,557 38 

77,397 64 

12,624 43 

63,031 46 

1889-90 

2,357,388 95 

3,800,110 42 

118,503 12 

19,930 33 

61,513 05 

1890-91 

2,515,823 44 

3,685,630 29 

118,352 42 

21,239 23 

62,824 60 

1891-92 

2,652,745 79 

3,575,167 83 

141,080 11 

21,169 64 

63,862 79 

1892-93 

2,773,507 71 

3,761,474 07 

126,925 91 

25,283 55 

64,433 27 

1893-94 

2,809,341 06 

3,702,745 74 

151,071 35 
18,875 86 

24,866 33 

63,974 67 

1894-95 

2,792,789 64 

3,591,689 42 

25,092 61 

63,274 88 

1895-96 

2,964,014 23 

3,594,264 48 
3,587,166 31 

3,162 05 

23,934 16 

61,390 99 

1896-97 

3,202,938 42 

34,853 92 

25,033 95 

59,218 14 

1897-98 

3,527,809 69 

3,873,464 49 

191,559 52 

31,525 40 

45,643 06 

1898-99 

3,193,777 53 

4,433,934 36 

186,830 59 
162,187 10 

34,890 93 

39,647 32 

1899-1900 

3,205,535 16 

5.232.459 45 

34,839 69 

51,574 52 

1900-01 

3,441,504 93 

5,770,070 99 
6,447,982 24 

64,921 86 

33,876 57 

50,474 91 
48,297 89 

1901-02 

3,918,415 55 
4,397,832 51 

89,238 27 

38,458 92 

1902-03 

7,088,501 56 

129,609 27 

28,888 09 

47,402 37 


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Table YII. — Comparative Statement of Receipts from Consolidated Fund, &c. — Con. 


\ 


Year. 


1867- 68 

1868- 69 

1869- 70 

1870- 71 

1871- 72 

1872- 73 

1873- 74 

1874- 75 

1875- 76 

1876- 77 

1877 78 

1878- 79 

1879- 80 

1880- 81 

1881-82 

1882- 83 

1883- 84 

1884- 85 

1885- 86 

1886- 87 

1887- 88 

1888- 89 

1889- 90. .* 

1890- 91 

1891- 92 

1892- 93 

1893- 94 

1894- 95 

1895- 96 

1896- 97 

1897- 98 

1898- 99 

1899- 1900. . . . 

1900- 01 

1901- 02 

1902- 03 


Tonnage 
Dues (River 
Police. ) 


Tonnage 

Dues 

(Mariner’s 
Fund.) , 


Weights 

and 

Measures. 


Total 

Receipts. 


$ c-ts. ! 


cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


11,918 

76 

21,400 

06 1 

23,490 

91 ! 

21,345 

28 

26,744 

51 

28,041 

09 | 

28,650 

39 ; 

25,620 

09 j 

26,499 

09 ! 

28,598 

10 ! 

26,805 

75 

21,361 

65 

21,510 

15 

27,375 

09 

21,420 

33 

28,060 

02 

28,497 

25 

20,698 

79 

24,089 

97 

22,934 

46 

21,072 

73 

19,688 

27 

17,816 

95 

7,649 

19 

8,714 

79 

3,792 

90 

291 

25 


24,672 66 
33,018 27 
30,987 38 
30,409 41 
33,741 79 
38,363 14 
41,732 81 
37,658 12 
41,507 06 
44,245 83 

44.668 85 
37,757 39 
42,472 10 
49,771 41 
45,914 77 
47,632 36 
48,666 65 
38,994 90 
40,848 05 
42,334 92 

41.669 64 
39,306 29 
47,881 75 
43,829 68 
45,381 92 
46,200 03 
49,090 85 
42,715 08 
45,726 11 
54,294 09 
54,552 81 
57,287 57 
59,945 52 
59,783 34 
65,853 83 
64,851 55 


50,423 90 I 
30,054 10 i 
13,685 97 I 
15,372 57 i 
33,946 87 | 
27,989 70 
28,601 43 
31,387 53 j 
31,142 19 
33,230 09 
34,376 51 
37,810 39 
36,040 91 
40,438 88 
33,586 05 
38,296 66 
39,204 46 
38,631 52 
39,433 29 
37,056 94 
36,772 94 
44,014 59 
48,390 55 
53,523 54 
54,350 56 
62,912 68 
64,277 65 


13,687,928 49 
14,379,174 52 
15,512,225 65 
19,335,560 81 
20,714,813 68 
20,813,469 45 
24,205,092 54 
24,648,715 04 
22,587,587 05 
22,059,274 11 
22,375,011 88 
22,517,382 14 
23,307,406 69 
29,635,297 54 
33,383,455 52 
35,794,649 80 
31,861,961 73 
32,797,001 22 
33,177,040 39 

35.754.993 25 
35,908,463 53 

38.782.870 23 
39,879,925 41 
38,579,310 88 

36.921.871 60 
38,168,608 85 
36,374,693 07 
33,978,129 47 
36,618,590 72 
37,829,778 40 
40,555,238 03 
46,741,249 54 

51.029.994 02 
52,514,701 13 
58,050,790 03 
66,037,068 93 



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Table VIII. — Comparative Statement of Expenditure on account of Consolidated Fund, 
from July 1, 1867, to June 30, 1903. 


Charges on Public Debt. 


Year. 


Interest 

on 

Public Debt. 


Charges 

of 

Management. 


Premium, 
Discount and 
Exchange. 


Sinking 

Funds. 


Miscellaneous 

Expenditure. 


Administra- 

tion 

of Justice. 


Arts, 

Agriculture 

and 

Statistics. 


1867- 68 

1868- 69. 

1869- 70 

1870- 71 

1871- 72 

1872- 73 

1873- 74 

1874- 75 

1875- 76 

1876- 77 

1877- 78 

1878- 79 

1879- 80. .. . 

1880- 81 

1881-82 

1882- 83. . . 

1883- 84 

1884- 85 . . . 

1885- 86. .. . 

1886- 87 

1887- 88 

1888- 89 

1889- 90.. .. 

1890- 91 

1891- 92 

1892- 93 

1893- 94 

1894- 95 

1895- 96 

1896- 97 

1897- 98, 

1898- 99 

1899- 1900. . . . 

1900- 1901. . . . 

1901- 1902. .. 

1902- 1903. . . . 


$ cts. 

4,501,568 33 
4,907,013 71 
5,047,054 24 
5,165,304 24 
5,257,230 64 
5,209,205 97 
5,724,436 31 
6,590,790 19 
6,400,902 07 
6,797,227 25 
7,048,883 55 
7,194,734 14 
7,773,868 75. 
7,594,144 88 
7,740,804 47 I 
7,668,552 89 j 
7,700,180 61 i 
9,419,482 19 
10,137,008 66 
9,682,928 87 
9,823,313 00 
10,148,931 97 
9,656,841 16 
9,584,136 74 
9,763,978 34 : 
9,806,888 45 
10,212,596 13 
10,466,294 44 
10,502,429 90 
10,645,663 27 
10,516,757 90 
10,855,111 84 
10,699,645 20 
10,807,954 65 
. 10,975,935 15 
. 11,068,139 17 


$ cts. 

285,512 75 
397,400 90 i 
332,599 45 I 

396.036 82 
293,522 51 
172,981 06 
238,003 52 
197,839 17 
189,596 91 
183,544 24 
189,566 54 
275,559 37 
245,731 40 
218,307 48 
191,075 06 
194,255 80 
179,766 58 
232,641 02 
282,390 85 
195,759 40 
205,363 29 
202,276 25 
186,336 97 
184,711 47 I 

176.036 62 
. 212,690 83 

166,444 39 
162,590 31 
166,315 43 
196,220 73 
152,880 16 
160,002 92 
174,028 29 
162,828 18 
210,864 57 
229,673 10 


$ cts. 

73,676 54 
68,255 71 
7,400 01 
30,618 02 
52,889 54 
5,663 44 [ 
26,680 99 
29,361 66 
18,551 64 
24,331 29 
2,519 80 
2,364 06 
43,354 09 
7,136 63 
3,968 52 
39,913 76 
50,138 66 
154,854 49 

64.530 01 
91,982 98 

138,228 83 
71,313 77 
44,071 98 
77,356 94 
7,901 44 
1,102 80 

14.531 40 
116,359 91 

82,260 42 
119,093 42 
47,007 32 
13.254 10 
53,165 83 
39,032 89 
52,385 05 
65,295 22 


$ cts. 

355,266 66 
426,806 66 
126,533 33 
421,666 24 
470,606 67 
407,826 62 
513*920 00 
555,773 32 
822,953 32 
828,373 59 
945,746 02 
1,037,219 76 
1,165,867 22 
1,250,731 20 
1,290,724 90 
1,344,136 83 
1,403,863 61 
1,482,051 48 
1,606,270 77 
1,592,952 62 

1.939.077 79 
1,736,644 34 
1,887,237 20 

1.938.078 57 
2,027,860 79 
2,095,513 89 
2,131,360 81 
2,002.311 36 
2,055,287 52 
2,101,813 80 
2,359,968 55 
2,482,484 65 
2,465,639 84 
2,480,336 90 
2,569,380 59 
2,620,588 46 


§ cts. 

I 291,242 73 
I 315,215 10 
304,299 61 
314,410 98 
346,847 55 
398,966 41 
I 459,037 49 
497,405 08 
544,091 20 
565,597 84 
564,920 11 
57", 896 58 
574,311 41 
583,957 46 
581,695 72 
615,588 48 
615,044 90 
627,252 56 
707,832 47 
657,114 57 
678,814 65 
i 685,806 78 
j 709,784 12 
! 726,592 27 
I 750,723 23 
736,457 40 
j 745,504 00 
755,682 97 
' 758,270 08 
I 774,761 69 
765, 60S 28 
815,454 91 
827,560 88 
873,232 90 
949,229 85 
959,948 08 


§ cts. 

5,580 59 
7,020 14 
6,226 84 
6,173 64 
6,411 00 
10,690 52 
19,091 97 
11,935 76 
67,552 16 
65,767 18 
92,365 62 

63.068 23 

25.068 24 
22,408 13 
20,741 89 
24,730 58 
38,187 55 
86,322 16 

203,312 02 
253,759 10 
311,159 17 
161,629 29 
153,398 44 
158,053 05 
156,563 92 
258,635 32 
264,879 66 
216,740 30 
210,877 61 
224,389 63 
245,231 59 
258,782 02 
461,560 75 
447,299 33 
481,428 33 
436,402 49 


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Table YIII. — Comparative Statement of Expenditure on account of Consolidated 

Fund, &c. — Continued. 


Miscellaneous Expenditure— Continued. 



Year. | Boundary 

Survey, 
United 
| States and 
| Canada. 


$ cts. 


Census. 


Civil 

Government. 


Dominion | 
Forces, 
Manitoba, j 


Fisheries. 


Geological 

Survey. 


3 cts. 


cts. 


cts. I 3 cts. 


3 cts. 


1867-68.. 


1868- 69 

1869- 70 

1870- 71 

1871- 72 
1872 73 

1873- 74 

1874- 75. 

1875- 76 

1876- 77. 

1877- 78. 

1878- 79. 

1879- 80. 

1880- 81. 
1881-82. 
1882-83. 

18a3-84. 

1884- 85. 

1885- 86. 

1886- 87. 

1887- 88. 

1888- 89. 

1889- 90. 

1890- 91. 


81,723 60 
121,741 66 
134,105 18 

43,905 69 


159,506 37 
217,604 68 
57,565 44 
39,470 34 I 
18,392 18 
10,191 05 
7,546 75 
1,053 66 


127,033 56 
252,671 42 
38,163 49 
29,579 88 
5,059 44 


252,134 38 


1891-92. . 


269,939 40 


1892- 93. . 

1893- 94... 

1894- 95... 

1895- 96... 
1896 97. . 

1897- 98. . . 

1898- 99... 

1899- 1900. 

1900- 1901. 

1901- 1902. 

1902- 1903. 


33,271 03 
61,869 85 
44,565 00 
28,358 14 
15,484 14 
7,696 31 
9,774 77 
14,417 37 
22,471 91 


27,917 98 


249,907 17 
793,361 81 
106,609 54 


594,441 82 
559,643 06 
620,348 73 
642,300 50 
663,189 43 
750,874 40 
883,685 53 
909,265 73 
841,995 39 
812,193 03 
823,369 80 
861,170 85 
898,605 16 
915,958 78 
946,031 65 
986,721 47 
1,084,417 79 
1,139,495 49 
1,190,370 68 
1,211,850 63 
1,258,618 15 
1,281,713 70 

1.308.846 95 
1,334,200 59 
1,325,087 20 
1,367,570 29 
1,402,279 49 
1,422,227 97 
1,396,628 36 

1.418.846 69 
1,399,422 44 
i 4H.813 48 
1,420,997 90 
1,474,919 24 
1,497,369 44 
1,554,791 72 


147,367 91 
209,169 42 
133,227 10 
81,916 53 
29,969 17 
11,210 18 


30,572 06 
33,001 84 
61,312 57 
97,827 51 
93,325 18 
97,878 20 
76,247 11 
66,584 68 
108,183 73 
96,348 08 
93,262 28 
82,319 07 
86,162 55 
80,560 35 
92,700 71 
168,977 35 
286,700 14 
273,174 78 
374,394 76 
415,443 21 
416,182 38 
355,595 93 

328.893 66 
374,202 16 
384,610 66 
482,381 47 
466,750 76 
443,822 95 
427,250 58 
443,586 85 
441,724 75 
412,367 88 
411,469 84 
491,351 27 

548.894 91 
527,829 12 


20.400 00 

29.400 00 

30.400 00 

36.400 00 
36,678 07 
45,800 00 

47.200 00 

49.200 00 
51,007 60 

50.000 00 
49,999 74 
49,578 93 
49,999 16 
64,688 86 
64,554 33 
60,245 30 
59,531 03 
60,015 96 
78,557 69 
55,946 89 
57,542 52 
60,055 91 
62,096 21 
66,614 48 
63,411 77 
59,998 75 
60,159 95 
68,151 41 
52,668 50 

67.000 00 
57,000 00 
62,945 41 
62,174 47 
61,941 50 
68,730 00 
78,746 26 



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Table YIII. — Comparative Statement of Expenditure on account of Consolidated 

Fund, <fcc. — Continued. 


Miscellaneous Expenditure— Continued. 









Year. 




i Insurance 


Lighthouse 


Immigration. 

Quarantine. 

Indians. 

I Superintend- 
ence. 

Legislation. 

and 

Coast Service. 

1867- 68 

1868- 69 

$ cts. 

36 049 76 
26,951 80 
55,965 99 
54,004 20 
. 109,953 90 
265,717 79 

•S ets. 

24,346 47 
16,195 75 
15,968 85 
17,785 83 
19,012 78 
21,651 04 

S cts. 

8 cts. 

8 cts. 

595,810 48 
409,613 70 
379,753 06 
356,205 84 
393,963 89 

8 cts. 

174,982 78 
190,670 68 

229.682 46 
334,692 56 

345.682 58 
480,375 57 

1869-70 

6,080 00 
6,080 00 
43,934 79 
63,776 00 


1870-71 


1871-72 


1872-73. ... 


614,487 09 

1873-74 

291,296 57 

27,276 30 

146,068 31 


784,048 15 

537,057 63 

1874-75... . 

278,776 99 

23,993 69 

195,499 59 



572,273 41 

490,256 58 

1875-76 

338,179 10 

47,666 26 

276,325 00 

8,032 91 

627,230 67 

545,848 62 

1876-77 .... 

309,352 90 

44,598 14 

301,596 00 

7,512 76 
8,577 48 

596,006 34 

471,278 49 

1877-78 

154,351 42 

26,340 02 

421,503 66 

618,035 38 

461,967 71 

1878-79 

186,403 06 

25,820 99 

489,327 29 

8,517 16 

748,007 58 

447,566 92 

1879-80 

161,213 32 

21,991 03 

694,512 72 

9,551 73 

598,105 16 

426,304 18 

1880-81... . 

214,251 05 

36,561 94 

805,097 17 

9,579 71 

611,375 73 

443,724 36 

1881-82 

215,339 24 

37,721 78 

1,183,414 40 

9,072 87 

582,200 36 

461,880 74 

1882-83 

*373,957 71 

63,776 73 

1,106,961 46 

9,874 83 

740,768 26 

491,546 35 

1883-84.... 

511,208 83 

64,117 89 

1,116,153 87 

9,854 54 

662,767 23 

520,524 38 

1884-85 

423,860 90 

82,547 11 

1,109,604 06 

10,223 32 

649,538 35 

532,446 12 

1885-86 

257,354 93 

90,220 62 

1,195,093 38 

8,577 92 

1 1,037,778 68 

553,515 08 

1886-87 

341,236 39 

121,627 31 

1,201,301 32 

9,250 09 

977,302 17 
807,424 63 

512,811 76 

1887-88 

244,789 09 

67,701 47 

1.000,802 33 

7,244 31 

489,258 01 

1888-89 

202,499 26 

90,052 68 

i, 112,775 67 

7,773 46 

701,170 42 

511,779 37 

1889-90 

110,091 76 

72,245 19 ! 

1,107,824 31 

7,647 15 

932,187 30 

466,115 86 

1890-91 

181,045 38 

77,243 90 i 

987,435 15 

7,664 88 

596,486 67 

492,596 99 

1891-92 

177,604 82 

80,083 30 

894,265 54 

8,541 87 

1,302,876 50 

503,639 12 

1892-93 

180,677 43 

101,954 31 

956,552 39 

9,094 27 

867,231 83 

503,011 66 

1893-94 

202.235 52 

113,571 43 

968,563 17 

9,578 20 
10,017 54 

698,006 64 

476,635 07 

1894-95 

195,652 97 

101,320 11 

955,403 77 

941,570 41 

475,903 32 

1895-96 

120,199 00 

95,247 16 

880,408 48 

10,038 79 

904,687 95 

466,057 55 

1896-97 

127,438 14 

120,161 60 
137,243 59 

908,063 98 

10,611 56 

1,134,772 94 

445,742 72 

1897-98 

261,194 90 
255,878 88 

952,584 14 

10.165 46 

729,829 05 

474,216 67 

1898-99 

136,743 52 

986,219 77 
1,037,435 55 

10,247 99 

892,354 14 

545,644 90 

1899-1900... 

434,562 61 

136,067 52 

11,223 61 

830,301 87 
1,172,725 92 

523,485 07 

1900-1901.. . 

444,729 63 

170,165 68 

1.019,329 12 

12,824 11 

578,617 71 

1901 1902... 

494,841 55 

264,737 78 

1,057,130 55 
1,077,815 01 

13,500 00 

991,432 78 

696.311 02 

1902-1903. . . 

642,913 74 

263,330 72 

14,947 29 

789,204 69 

964,143 74 


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Table VIII. — Comparative Statement of Expenditure on account of Consolidated 

Fund, &c. — Continued. 


Miscellaneous Expen diture— Continued. 


Year. 

Mail 

Subsidies 

and 

Steamship 

Subventions. 

Marine 

Hospitals. 

Militia 
and Defence. 

Miscellaneous. 

Mouuted 

Police. 

North-west 

Territories 

Government. 


§ cts. 

§ cts. 

§ cts. 

§ cts. 

§ cts. 

§ cts. 

1868 

177,349 33 

21,048 22 

1,013,015 69 

93,451 95 



1869 

253' 746 67 

34; 837 16 

937,513 35 

29,784 51 



1870 

288; 999 02 

36,742 09 

1,245,972 83 

97,682 90 




1871 

286,098 97 

35,551 58 

908,732 86 

9,636 05 


. 

1872 

342,107 98 

44,536 16 

1.654,255 34 

39,422 02 


. 

1873 

363,447 98 

48,150 43 

1,248,663 93 

63,848 57 




1874 

285,882 29 

66,462 53 

1,122,282 27 

102,160 20 

199,599 14 

12,729 91 

1875..... 

287,772 40 

59,021 93 

1,013,943 84 

75,382 96 

333,583 90 

32,497 10 

1876 

261,588 89 

60,971 57 

978,530 41 

86,026 20 i 

369,518 39 

4,282 47 

1877 

314,941 50 

62,408 52 

550,451 87 

87,733 30 

352,749 05 

17,774 13 

1878 

257,534 08 

57,484 60 

618,136 58 

! 62,968 61 

334,748 50 

18,199 20 

1879 

257,701 51 

58,237 34 

777,698 90 

91,027 25 

344,823 77 

10,574 90 

1880 

235,833 34 

55,031 23 

690,018 93 

174,191 46 

332,855 12 

9,527 07 

1881 

201,503 34 

52,183 27 

667,000 51 

91,649 95 

289,845 23 

18,279 85 

1882 

210,930 00 

53,100 57 

772,811 79 ; 

97,408 01 

368,456 47 

19,305 20 

1883 

237,500 79 

49,879 31 

734,354 25 1 

209,624 64 

477,825 45 ’ 

29,048 22 

1884 

238,054 01 

51,312 62 

989,498 22 1 

301,732 93 

485,983 66 

34,637 07 

1885 

261,778 89 

55,391 28 

f2, 707, 757 77 | 

431,112 29 

564,249 64 

48,547 76 

1886 

271,457 20 

49,359 67 

1,178,659 10 i 

433,413 38 

1,029,369 20 

*3,234,587 61 

1887 

273,496 65 

52,252 32 

1,193,692 77 

207,156 02 

781,664 42 

110,373 95 

1888 

342,613 33 

49,445 29 

1,273,178 59 

359,646 71 

862,965 06 

104.801 94 

1889 

304,254 17 

52,332 34 

1,323,551 56 

415,707 68 

829,701 46 

177,015 45 

1890 

286,315 13 

41.729 11 

1,287,013 59 

174,066 18 

753,093 50 

180,692 89 

1891 

321,117 96 

35,167 74 

1,279,513 65 

181,795 33 

740,979 07 

249,237 50 

1892 

273,207 37 

34,102 71 

1,266,308 05 

164,787 12 

701,932 32 

244,768 56 

1893 

413,938 59 

36,143 97 

1,419,745 89 

251,407 72 

615,479 21 

276,446 03 

1894 

530,702 66 

38,403 94 

1,284,517 17 

187,974 04 

611,263 21 

276,951 99 

1895 

513,268 03 

38.589 05 

1,574,013 76 

172,645 57 

646,125 17 

303,626 74 

1896 

534,916 63 

36,683 36 

1,136,713 54 

172,363 61 

533,014 17 

330,702 99 

1897 

553,812 08 

38,130 68 

1,667,588 20 

1 4,628 85 

526,162 05 

320,535 66 

1898 

589,773 21 

38,162 56 

1,514,472 36 

181,410 93 

865,415 96 

347,687 34 

1899 

584,056 31 

37,353 29 

2,112,291 79 

318,907 57 

402,628 88 

357,024 69 

1900 

599,831 92 

37,741 36 

1,846,178 79 

381,336 56 

843,989 11 

354,209 97 

1901 

629,198 18 

36,141 37 

2,061,674 17 

290,940 36 

912,150 59 

504,387 74 

1902 

624,956 25 

, 51,827 13 

2,060,978 71 

1,146,120 58 

948,215 66 

491,923 89 

1903 

799,285 99 

48,750 15 

1,963,009 38 

528,231 07 

990,034 92 

802,466 46 


t This amount includes §1,697,851.52 North-west rebellion expenditure, 
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Table VIII. — Comparative Statement of Expenditure on account of Consolidated 

Fund, &c. — Continued. 




Miscellaneous Expenditure— Continued. 


Year. 

Ocean 





Railways 


and River 
Service. 

Penitentiaries. 

Pensions. 

Police. 

Public Works. 

and 

Canals. 


$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

1867-68 

92,162 24 
63,510 31 

209,369 42 

56,421 60 

49,176 17 

126,269 78 
65,015 27 


1868-69 

269,817 26 

50,564 18 

46,321 12 

413 53 

1869-70 

54,309 45 

211,981 62 

53,586 28 j 

49,494 21 

120,031 02 

6,208 21 

1870-71 

72,939 86 

219,212 25 

52,611 49 

39,547 35 

597,274 96 

168,583 73 

1871-72 

81,905 46 

205,111 23 

62,251 42 

37,281 24 

839,786 26 

25,777 30 

1872-73 

92,742 34 

270,661 20 

49,204 04 

49,813 99 
56; 387 54 

1,297,999 11 

299,614 64 

1873-74 

121,818 14 

395,551 76 
337,593 55 

56,453 84 

1,778,915 88 

47,085 15 

1874-75 

165,699 89 

63,656 58 
U0, 201 04 

54,563 06 
13,427 73 

1,756,010 11 

1,065 53 

1875-76 

284,941 07 

312,015 31 

1,948,241 82 

700 00 

1876-77 

147,393 57 
144,837 82 

303,168 98 

112,531 13 

11,355 62 

1,262,823 27 
997,469 70 


1877-78 

308,101 69 

105,842 05 
107,795 04 

10,616 44 

1,125 00 

1878-79 

141,175 25 

308,482 61 

11,122 08 

1,013,023 10 

570 00 

1879-80 

149,501 52 

270,381 54 

102,888 95 

12,368 05 

1,046,341 97 

5,584 90 

1880-81 

227,936 29 

307,366 29 

96,388 66 

13,525 77 

1,108,814 85 

29,951 08 

1881-82 

187,809 29 

293,616 76 

101,196 96 

12,841 11 

1,342,000 48 

81,440 26 

1882-83 

200,982 42 

286,424 86 

98,446 13 

18,490 19 

1,765,255 64 

94,543 59 

1883-84 

231,51.9 23 

296,996 32 

95,542 72 

20,124 49 

2,908,851 65 

204,090 12 

1884-85 

280,275 58 

287,551 67 

89,879 38 

18,953 14 

2,302,362 74 

86,026 44 

1885 86. ... 

206,476 02 

310,782 46 

88,319 37 

17,341 33 

2,046,552 32 

87,456 20 

1886-87 

205,031 10 

311,267 45 

102,109 24 

16,678 44 

2,133,315 59 

121,629 13 

1887-88 

211,462 27 

320,776 61 

120,333 85 

16,812 20 

2,162,116 29 

176,389 89 

1888-89 

318,098 91 

319,436 26 

116,029 78 

18,306 88 

2,299,231 24 

188,660 00 

1889-90 

164,046 70 

349,839 40 

107,391 45 

20,464 61 

1,972,501 18 

214,189 97 

1890-91 

199,277 26 

353,158 32 

103,850 35 

21,459 87 

1,937,545 72 

199,083 59 

1891-92. ... 

177,185 37 

344,528 66 

92,456 67 

21,788 76 
22,157 25 

1,627,851 24 

219,732 61 
237,638 91 

1892-93 

193,349 78 

346,353 93 

90,309 06 

1,927,832 45 

1893-94 

211,922 67 

446,134 16 

86,927 18 

21,947 47 

2,033,954 91 

133,996 60 

1894-95 

205,092 65 

449,599 81 

84,349 36 

2L,943 13 

1,742,316 89 

252,716 00 

1895-96 

181,451 71 
183,257 60 

385,227 58 

86,080 31 

22,703 38 

1,299,768 89 

126,443 94 

1896-97 

409,598 23 

90,881 89 

23,788 82 

1,463,718 54 

134,405 10 

1897-98 

145,553 22 

386,395 09 

96,187 09 

22,100 04 

1,701,312 95 

190,490 30 

1898-99 

330,254 23 

416,939 48 

96,128 60 

24,442 41 

1,902,664 27 

384,850 12 

1899-1900. .. 

247.784 93 

438,421 22 

93,453 39 

28,276 88 

2,289,888 75 

188,826 45 

1900 01 

233,161 59 

456,350 68 

93,551 28 

68,980 95 

3,386,632 16 

210,414 02 

1901-02 

496,190 57 

438,072 92 

83,304 65 
87,924 75 

60,241 16 

4,221,293 59 

272,296 14 

1902-03.. ... 

417,136 56 

477,839 82 

28,280 34 

4,065,553 27 

328,315 52 


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3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

Tablle VIII. — Comparative Statement of Expenditure on account of Consolidated 

Fund, &c. — Continued. 


Miscellaneous Expenditu re— Concluded , 


Year. 

Scientific 

Institutions. 

0 

Settlers’ 

Relief, 

Manitoba. 

Steamboat 

Inspection. 

Subsidies 

to 

Provinces . 

Super- 

annuation. 

Yukon 

Provisional 

District. 


$ cts. 

$ cts.- 

•$ cts. 

8 cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

1867-68 

8,200 00 


10,406 93 

2,753,966 46 



1868-69 

8; 950 00 


11,299 99 

2,604,050 13 



1869-70 .. 

9,150 00 



7,396 96 

2,588,604 96 



1870-71 

9,' 379 82 


8,321 00 

2,624,940 23 

12,880 49 


1871-72 

16,618 15 


8,500 00 

2,930,113 10 

38,842 81 


1872-73 ! 

18,830 54 


13,266 00 

2,921,399 87 

53,026 03 


1873-74 ! 

50,614 38 


10,291 58 

3,752,757 48 

64,442 84 


1874-75 

44,629 76 


12,199 81 

3,750,961 88 

77,298 25 


1875-76 

46,047 72 

83,405 80 

13,081 86 

3,690,355 15 

101,627 16 


1876-77 - 

45,558 85 


13,073 01 

3,655,850 58 

104,826 99 


1877-78 

46,050 00 


14,315 82 

3,472,807 87 

106,588 91 


1878-79 

61,206 99 



13,157 38 

i 3,442,764 34 

113,531 63 


1879-80 

46,054 51 



11,854 34 

3,430,846 31 

127,792 22 


1880-81 

46,663 94 


12,149 15 

3,455,517 73 

147,362 10 


1881-82 

47,454 07 


14,835 97 

3,530,999 48 

160,319 95 


1882-83 

51,990 35 


16,209 02 

3,606,672 61 

186,236 67 


1883-84 

56,398 89 


21,893 28 

| 3,603,714 38 

192,692 70 


1884-85 

55,825 46 


23,211 58 

j 3,959,326 91 

203,636 21 


1885-86 

56,898 33 

1 i 

21,799 03 

4,182,525 91 

200,655 25 


1886-87 

57,266 21 


22,825 80 

4,169,341 04 

202,285 85 


1887-88... 

59,981 10 


21,430 45 

4,188,513 53 

212,743 72 


1888-89 

59,477 07 


22,313 03 

4,051,427 62 

218,933 65 


1889-90 

58,452 10 


20,989 52 

3,904,922 12 

241,764 66 


1890-91 

62.457 10 


22,183 76 

3,903,756 61 

241,110 49 

i 

1891 92 

65,722 99 


22,736 59 

3,935,913 56 

253,679 88 



1892-93.. 

64,513 38 


24,386 95 

3,935,764 80 

363,710 15 


1893-94 

97,850 19 


25,939 89 

4,206,654 77 

262,302 07 


1894-95 

77,241 56 


26,385 88 

4,250,674 46 

265,385 77 


3895-96 

81,699 92 


26; 321 27 

4,235,664 24 

311,231 79 


1896-97 

79,994 12 


26,837 83 

4,238,059 08 

307,792 66 


1897-98 

79,442 37 


26,342 29 

4,237,372 19 

340,185 67 

47,026 65 

1898-99 

86,813 02 


28,035 49 

4,250,636 47 

325,560 47 

1,098,378 96 

1899-1900 

83,255 35 


27,965 72 

4,250,607 60 

323,398 52 

331,850 21 

1900-01. . 

90,551 48 


29,247 59 

4,250,607 48 

324,507 13 

274,953 55 

1901-02 

155,285 10 

. . j 

27,493,80 

4,402,097 64 

338,764 35 

266,931 98 

1902-03 

126,754 19 


30,172 09 

4,402,502 88 

346,418 98 

807,806 89 


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Table YIII. — Comparative Statement of Expenditure on account of Consolidated 

Fund, &c. — Continued. 


Collection of Revenue. 


Year. 

Adulteration 
of Food. 

Culling 

Timber. 

Customs. 

Dominion 

Lands. 

Excise. 


$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

1867-68 


69,430 93 

477,503 82 


78,939 00 

1868-69 


67,089 33 

496,049 94 


109,414 56 

1869-70 


74,096 60 

505,109 31 


119,461 48 

1870-71 


62,130 22 

500,441 49 

14,243 97 

129,563 56 

1871-72 


65,697 26 

528,735 62 

200,519 81 

142,732 09 

1872-73 ... 


69,691 90 

567,765 36 

237,676 19 

171,704 85 

1873 74 


82,886 43 

727,629 36 

282,696 28 

206,935 28 

1874-75 


81,956 33 

682,673 65 

185,218 92 

199,253 72 

1875-76 

2,601 83 

66,596 95 

721,008 60 

212,841 27 

218,359 81 

1876-77 

4,903 46 

68,171 76 

721,604 95 

90,521 71 

211,157 18 

1877-78 

5,964 94 

49,940 38 

714,527 77 

87,628 52 

215,024 50 

1878-79 

7,797 02 ! 

44,670 02 

719,711 29 

91,773 29 

211,064 71 

1879-80 

8,887 37 ! 

44,651 89 

716,126 23 

147,802 98 

219,284 91 

1880-81 

8,149 10 ! 

51,079 65 

717,704 31 

67,745 97 

247,577 05 

1881-82 

9,968 06 

51,360 65 

723,913 85 

81,899 57 

280,573 51 

1882-83 

9,722 07 

56,228 79 

757,245 62 

115,746 90 

278,910 51 

1883-84 

11,754 49 

54,866 17 

798,837 96 

166,898 69 

303,617 28 

18^4-85 

14,948 08 

50,580 00 

i 791,537 91 

178,727 29 

309,268 29 

1885-86 

13,523 79 

49,284 56 

800,107 34 

194,965 58 

310,022 06 

1886 87 

21,334 01 

51,120 43 

819,131 62 

195,725 71 

344,690 93 

1887-88 

25,622 06 

49,596 23 

851,025 36 

184,548 04 

373,348 44 

1888-89 

23,667 79 

48,307 56 

864,590 46 

188,759 22 

362,833 42 

1889-90 

23,259 37 

30,781 16 

873,400 10 

173,574 29 

362,996 45 

1890-91 

24,725 12 

28,599 75 

900,491 82 

158,483 11 

378,236 81 

1891-92 

23,387 94 

26,143 22 

904,800 50 

132,807 24 

400,049 52 

1892-93 

24,249 78 

27,628 69 

901,946 10 

136,179 17 

387,673 27 

1893-94 

24,006 67 

25,281 18 

921,039 92 

133,305 06 

484,949 72 

1894-95 

24,284 44 

23,299 1 6 

917,632 39 

129,727 51 

471,864 90 

1895-96 

24,312 98 

17,237 38 

896,332 50 

119,908 08 

470,869 86 

1896-97 

24,008 80 

16,618 75 

945,245 33 

111,415 12 

464,426 75 

1897-98 

24,940 20 

19,245 87 I 

971,320 11 

91,296 26 

468,320 37 

1898-99 

23,132 76 

17.601 39 ! 

1,037,635 65 

92,913 92 

464, C20 01 

1899-1900 

24,577 10 

17,403 10 

1,071,222 17 

104,979 49 

468,993 89 

1900-1901 

24,991 37 

18,448 10 

1,123,817 06 - 

133,416 53 

458,382 71 

1901-1902 

24,956 74 

17,101 51 

1,176,024 24 

158,843 94 

463,404 51 

1902-1903 

19,841 13 

16,378 16 

1,229,028 71 

186,355 81 

478,984 31 


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Table YIII. — Comparative Statement of Expenditure on account of Consolidated 

Fund, &c. — Continued. 


Collection of Revenue— Continued. 


Year. 

Inspection 

of 

Staples. 

| 

Liquor | 

License Act. 

1 

Minor 

Revenue. 

1 

Post Office. 

Public Works. 

1867-68 

1868- 69 

1869- 70 

1870- 71 

1871- 72 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts . 

16,841 91 
21,778 26 
32,804 16 
35,436 78 
39,369 95 

$ cts. 

616,802 21 
787,886 32 
808,622 77 
815,470 59 
929,609 33 
1,067,866 09 
1,387,270 48 

$ cts. 

44,783 22 
51,039 41 
68,560 13 
78,300 12 
92,206 63 
118,021 66 
128,859 65 

1872- 73 

1873- 74 ' 



22,262 12 
11,371 03 

1874-75 

1,499 52 
537 72 


23,867 04 

1,520,861 21 

157,680 64 

1875-76 


20,024 02 
20,181 01 

1,622,827 10 
1,705,311 54 

147,215 00 
112,486 17 

1876-77 

648 64 


1877-78 

1,020 08 


21,785 45 

1,724,938 52 

97,123 93 

1878-79 

622 94 


27,888 26 

1,784,423 88 

110,618 25 

1879-80 

966 94 


28,732 52 

1,818,271 05 

103,170 01 

1880-81 

573 73 


3,575 08 
5,916 41 
5,445 20 
2,824 78 

1,876,657 96 
1,980,567 25 
2,176,089 09 
2,312,965 27 

99,948 28 
137,679 97 
147,411 14 
180,688 65 

1881-82 

933 44 


1882-83 

460 17 


1883-84 

706 40 

3,840 65 

1884-85 

847 96 

2,230 45 

2,587 92 

2,488,315 36 

180,360 91 

1885-86 

1,797 38 

53,515 86 

6,478 11 

2,763,186 41 

191,836 30 

1886-87 

1,801 80 

186,342 30 

3,973 35 

2,818,907 22 

173,612 82 

1887-88 

2,549 22 

6,340 29 

3,868 59 

2,889,728 59 

154,187 05 

1888-89 

2,370 00 

338 48 

3,773 66 

2,982,321 48 

215,085 51 

1889-90 

2,040 51 

>268 08 

5,221 91 

3,074,469 91 

186,345 83 

1890-91 

1,930 41 

1,230 84 

3,810 97 

3,161,675 72 

196,580 19 

1891-92. 

2,258 46 


3,529 84 

3,316,120 03 

190,386 22 

1892-93 

1,659 56 

’ is 00 

4,478 38 

3,421,203 17 

149,390 98 

1893-94 

2,208 06 


5,532 27 

3,517,261 31 

154,257 24 

1894-95 

2,354 73 


1,585 49 

3,593,647 47 

151,698 22 

1895-96 

2,576 94 

12 61 

1,833 73 

3,665,011 3Q 

159,460 22 

1896-97 

2,921 38 
4,161 83 
5,100 00 


859 10 

3,789,478 34 
3,575,411 99 
3,603,799 10 

147,567 92 
156,313 85 
165,907 30 

1997-98 


1,575 08 
2,078 66 

1898-99 


1899-1900 

18,508 87 


1,986 69 

3,758,014 61 

182,859 42 

1900-1301 

14,834 99 


1,718 49 

3,931,446 01 

272,808 72 

1901-1902 

13,509 60 


1,750 53 

4,023,636 82 

498,513 41 

1902-1903 

66,261 19 


2,658 50 

4,105,178 48 

562,403 51 

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Table VIII. — Comparative Statement of Expenditure on account of Consolidated 

Fund, &c. — Concluded. 


Collection of Revenue— Concluded. 


Year. 


Railways 

and 

Canals. 


Trade . 
and 

Commerce . 


Weights, 
Measures, Gasj 
and 

Electric Light. ) 


Total. 


$ cts. 


cts. 


1867 - 68 ... 

1868 - 69 ... 

1869 - 70 . . 
1870 - 71 . . 

1871 - 72 . 

1872 - 73 .. 

1873 - 74 . . 

1874 - 75 .. 

1875 - 76 .. 

1876 - 77 

1877 - 78 ., 

1878 - 79 . 

1879 - 80 .. 

1880 - 81 . 
1881 - 82 . . . 

1882 - 83 .. 

1883 - 84 .. 

1884 - 85 ... 

1885 - 86 . ., 

1886 - 87 ... 

1887 - 88 ... 

1888 - 89 ... 

1889 - 90 . 

1890 - 91 , . 

1891 - 92 .. 

1892 - 93 .. 

1893 - 94 .. 

1894 - 95 . . 

1895 - 96 . 

1896 - 97 . . 

1897 - 98 . 

1898 - 99 .. 

1899 - 1900 

1900 - 1901 

1901 - 1902 

1902 - 1903 


581,503 11 
641,813 65 
743,070 44 
752,771 60 
913,236 45 
1 , 378,163 62 
2 , 260,820 07 
1 , 981,892 75 
1 , 897,282 83 
2 , 239,346 23 
2 , 374,313 97 
2 , 570,360 85 
2 , 226,456 21 
2 , 603,717 46 
2 , 755,832 95 
3 , 117,465 50 
3 , 122,103 01 
3 , 268,221 85 
3 , 339,670 25 
3 , 673,894 35 
4 , 160,332 20 

4 . 095.300 97 
4 , 362,200 26 
4 , 505,516 35 
4 , 337,876 96 

3 . 848.403 53 
3 , 760,549 82 
3 , 704,126 48 
3 , 826,225 51 
3 , 725,689 92 
4 , 049,274 60 

4 . 246.403 53 

5 . 244.300 84 
6 , 377,961 26 
6 , 508,477 07 
7 , 221,705 13 


69,969 92 
99,785 05 
111,085 70 
96,484 66 
84,004 97 
60,566 76 
74,170 53 
69,323 49 
73,777 03 
83,523 12 
84,977 93 
84,363 72 
85,492 33 
88,618 27 
85,990 26 
88,383 23 


’ 9,249 30 
11,022 02 
9,462 80 
14,604 24 
17,186 71 
88,556 91 
55,591 06 
41,699 19 
11,974 11 
30,671 20 


92,038 93 
88,707 27 
91,097 10 
94,975 58 
98,173 67 
97,925 32 
94,080 64 
• 90,617 50 
89,704 08 
96,088 94 
103,724 98 
109,671 99 
121,575 02 


13 , 486,092 96 
14 , 038,084 00 
14 , 345,509 58 
15 , 623,081 72 
17 , 589,468 82 
19 , 174,647 92 
23 , 316,316 75 
23 , 713,071 04 
24 , 488,372 11 
23 , 519,301 77 
23 , 503,158 25 
24 , 455,381 56 
24 , 850,634 45 
25 , 502,554 42 
27 , 067,103 58 
28 , 730,157 45 
31 , 107,706 25 
35 , 037,060 12 
39 , 011,612 26 
35 , 657,680 16 
36 , 718,494 79 
36 , 917,834 76 
35 , 994,031 47 
36 , 343,567 96 
36 , 765,894 18 
36 , 814,052 90 
37 , 585,025 52 
38 , 132,005 05 
36 , 949,142 03 
38 , 319,759 84 
38 , 832,525 70 
41 , 903,500 54 
42 , 975,279 51 
46 , 866,367 84 
50 , 759,391 97 
51 , 691,902 76 


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-Table IX. — Comparative Statement of the Debt of Canada payable in London, from 
July 1, 1867, to July 1, 1903, according to the rate of interest it bears. 


Year. 

At per cent 

interest. 

At 3 per cent 
inetrest. 

At 3| per cent 
interest. 

At 4 per cent 
interest. 

1867 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

681,333 34 
681,333 34 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
16,060,000 00 
35,526,666 67 
47,693,333 33 
59,859,999 99 

59.859.999 99 

74.459.999 99 

89.059.999 99 
89,059,999 99 
89,059,999 99 
89,059,999 99 
89,059,999 99 

128.689.929 21 
140,856,595 87 
140,856,595 87 
140,856,595 87 
140,856,595 87 

142.803.262 53 

148.643.262 52 

140.856.595 87 

142.316.595 87 

143.289.929 20 

140.856.595 87 
140,856,595 87 
140,856,595 87 
140,856,595 87 
140,856,595 87 
140,856,595 87 
140,856,595 87 
140,856,595 87 
140,856,595 87 

1868 




1869 




1870 




L871 




1872 


1873. 




1874 




1875. 




1876. . - 




1877 





1878. . 




1879 




1880 




1881 




1882 




1883 




1884 



24,333,333 33 
31,619,241 30 
24,333,333 33 

24.333.333 33 

21.333.333 33 

24.333.333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 

1885 



1886. 



1887 



1888 


6,375,333 33 
19,466,666 67 
19,466,666 67 
19 890,297 66 
30,727,506 24 
33,538,644 67 
39,652,242 08 
50,602,241 01 
50,602,241 01 
50,602,241 01 
50,602,241 01 
50,602,241 01 
50,602,241 01 
50,602,241 01 
50,602,241 01 
50,602,241 01 

1889 


1890. 


1891 

1892 


1893 


1894 


1895. .. 


1896 


1897 


1898 

1899 

1900 

9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 

1901 

1902 # 

1903 



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Table IX. — Comparative Statement of the Debt of Canada, &c. — Continued. 


Year. 

At 5 per cent 
interest. 

At 6 per cent 
interest. 

Total. . 

Interest. 

Average 

interest. 


§ cts. 

§ cts. 

$ cts. 

S cts. 


1867 

31,822,282 55 

34,565,500 03 

67,069,115 92 

3,692,297 45 

555 

1868 

31,822,282 55 

34,291,993 38 

66,795,609 27 

3,675,887 05 

550 

1869 

34,257,615 89 

34,289,560 05 

75,847,175 94 

4,062,254 39 

535 

1870 

34,257,615 89 

34,289,560 05 

75,847,175 94 

4,062,254 39 

535 

1871 

34,257,615 89 

34,253,546 72 

75,811,162 61 

4,060,093 59 

535 

1872 

34,086,795 89 

35,099,860 04 

76,486,655 93 

4,102,331 39 

536 

1873 

33,985,082 58 

34,852,633 36 

76,137,715 94 

4,082,412 15 

536 

1874 

33,830,322 56 

35,907,726 59 

85,798,049 15 

4,488,379 71 

5 23 

1875 

33,830,322 56 

30,604,033 29 

99,961,022 52 

4,948,824 77 

495 

1876. 

33,829,349 23 

30,610,846 62 

112,133,529 18 

5,435,851 58 

4-84 

1877 

33,828,375 90 

28,789,253 29 

122,477,629 18 

5,813,173 97 

474 

1878 

33,828,375 90 

27,556,039 96 

121,244,415 85 

5,739,181 19 

473 

1879 

33,828,375 90 

20,019,033 29 

128,307,409 18 

5,870,960 78 

457 

1880 

33,926,195 88 

14,038,386 66 

137,024,582 53 

6,101,012 98 

445 

1881 

33,926,195 88 

12,614,886 66 

135,601,082 53 

6,015,602 99 

443 

1882 

33,807,935 88 

9,254,939 99 

132,122,875 86 

5,808,093 20 

439 

1833 

33,806,962 55 

7,320,440 00 

130,187,402 54 

5,691,974 52 

437 

1884 

,33,806,962 55 

5,956,800 00 

153,157,095 87 

6,461,822 79 

422 

1885 

2,433,333 34 

5,948,526 66 

168,691,030 51 

6,732,848 86 

399 

1886 

2,433,333 34 

4,623,820 01 

172,247,082 55 

6,885,026 35 

399 

1887 

2,433,333 34 

4,052,473 35 

171,675,735 89 

6,850,745 57 

3 99 

✓ 1888 

2,433 333 34 

2,603,180 02 

176,601,775 89 

6,955,047 97 

3 94 

1889 

2,433,333 34 

1,149,506 69 

188,239,435 90 

7,260,567 58 

385 

1890 

2,433,333 34 

526,573 34 

189,563,169 21 

7,301,058 23 

385 

1891 

2,433,333 34 

526,573 34 

195,826,800 19 

7,547,367 16 

385 

1892 

2,433,333 34 

453,573 34 

198,804,342 12 

7,556,636 75 

380 

1893 

2,433,333 34 

453,573 34 

203,075,480 55 

7,699,370 91 

379 

1894 

2,433,333 34 


209,708,837 95 

7,894,497 77 

376 

1895 

2,433,333 34 


218,225.503 55 

8,125,664 40 

372 

1896 

' 2,433,333 34 


218,225,503 55 

8,125,664 40 

3 72 

1897 

2,433,333 34 


218,225,503 55 

8,125,664 40 

372 

1898 

2,433,333 34 


227,958,836 88 

8,368,997 73 

367 

1899 

2,433,333 34 


227,958,836 88 

8,368,997 73 

3 67 

1900 

2, 433,333 34 


227,958,836 88 

8,368,997 73 

367 

1901 

2,433,333 34 


227,958,836 88 

8,368,997 72 

3 67 

1902 

2,433,333 34 


227,958,836 88 

8,368,997 72 

367 

1903 

2,433,333 34 


227,958,836 88 

8,368,997 73 

367 



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Table X. — Comparative Statement of the Liabilities and Assets of Canada, from July 
1, 1867, to July 1, 1903, according to the rate of interest they bear. 


LIABILITIES. 


Year. 

Without Interest 

At Varying 
Rates. 

At 2| per cent 
Interest. 

At 3 per cent i 
Interest. 

At 3| per cent 
Interest. 

1867 

3868 

$ cts. 

5,540,631*46 
7.357,516 08 
16,126,758 75 
15,992,256 24 
15,309,448 81 
20,798,013 74 
24,148,529 23 
23,852,384 38 
22,435,678 60 
23,109,916 35 

22.211.254 14 
22,144,318 79 
22,867,335 83 

25.955.254 58 
26,904,266 58 
27,969,352 45 
28,138,176 05 
16,580,674 13 
16,888,486 64 
17,538,563 86 
16,137,025 14 
17,164,248 57 
16,358,590 82 
16,590,489 19 
17,546,896 91 
18,220,323 23 
19,310,137 44 
20,737,413 23 
20,512,348 06 
21,131,308 81 
23,082,647 91 
22,921,520 11 
25,392,922 42 
27,121,574 75 
32,087,432 54 
40,630,898 03 
42,452,071 49 

$ cts. 

1,475,965 20 
1.372,873 87 
' 49,080 91 
215,570 75 

§ cts. 

§ cts. 

$ cts. 

. 



1869. 




1870 




1871. 




3872. 





1873 

1,460,000 00 




1874. 




1875 

2,006,471 47 




1876. 




1877 

3,893,875 87 
4,446,574 93 
133,767 39 



1878 



•v •••■* 

1879 

1880. 





1881. 





1882. 





1883 





1884. 




24,333,333 33 
31,976,911 31 

24.333.333 33 

25.574.333 33 

24.333.333 33 
24,333,333 33 
65,345,798 37 
63,785,859 49 
66,050,115 09 
69,032,049 50 
69,954,096 20 
71,938,811 9fr 
74,900.235 63 
79,674,046 43 
27,897,548 01 
31,725,181 34 
27,755,098 01 
27,632,698 01 
28,085,398 01 
28,035,764 67 

1885. 




1886 . .. .. 

1887. 






1888 



6,375,333 33 
19,466,666 67 
19,466,666 67 
19,890,297 66 
31,599,199 14 
35,353,216 64 
41,907,887 49 
52,477,715 10 
54,419,247 33 
52,525,498 98 
106,085,014 18 
106,325,222 48 
109,651,311 40 
113,275,927 25 
115,849,343 43 
119,235,036 01 

1889. 



1890. 



1891 

1892. 



2,323,399 04 


1893. . . . ' . . 


1894. 



1895. 



1896. . . . 



1897 


4,866,666 66 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 

1898 . . . 


1899 


1900 


1901 


1902 


1903. ... 







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Table X. — Comparative Statement of the Liabilities and Assets of Canada, &c . — Con . 


LIABILITIES. 


Year. 

At 4 per cent 
Interest. 

At 5 per cent 
Interest. 

At 6 per cent 
Interest. 

At 7 per cent 
Interest. 

Total Debt. 


$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

S cts. 

1867 

1,326,020 36 

39,105,464 06 

42,724,770 65 

! 2,873,200 00 

93,046,051 73 

1868 

1,482,309 41 

38,842,604 18 

44,468,162 66 

> 3,373,200 00 

96,896,666 20 

1869 

8,462,349 19 

41,450,757 78 

46,273,051 76 


112,361,998 39 

1870 

10,988,455 77 

41,715,796 57 

47,081,627 43 


115,993,706 76 

1871 

10,784,737 01 

42,421,848 16 

46,976,648 78 


115,492,682 76 

1872 

11,535,686 42 

42,982,700 32 

47,083,778 88 


122,400,179 36 

1873 

12,182,426 95 

45,507,104 92 

46,445,371 09 


129,743,432 19 

1874 

22,000,630 30 

47,581,309 06 

47,729,227 59 


141,163,551 33 

1875 

41,407,278 48 

46,506,339 70 

39,307,633 37 


151,663,401 62 

1876 

53,484,907 35 

46,281,617 45 

38,328,246 71 


161,204,687 86 

1877. 

66,048,861 22 

46,085,697 04 

36,436,146 70 

. **.*.!*. 

174,675,834 97 

1878 

67,007,001 66 

46,180,932 79 

35,178,440 79 


174,957,268 96 

1879 

82,308,380 33 

46,646,224 26 

27,528,163 40 


179,483,871 21 

1880 

98,729,249 29 

52,110,026 68 

17,839,910 13 


194,634,440 68 

1881 

105,896,671 99 

51,071,759 81 

15,988,839 13 


199,861,537 51 

1882 

114,395,461 68 

50,707,998 26 

12,292,439 58 



205,365,251 97 

1883 

119,440,449 97 

44,328,819 89 

10,251,658 39 


202,159,104 30 

1384 

136,095,224 18 

56,663,970 74 

8,809,213 83 


212,482,416 21 

1885 

182.816,345 06 

25,088,176 22 

7,933,688 20 


264,703,607 43 

1886 

j 199,315,109 78 

25,378,045 41 

6,599,288 73 


273,164,341 11 

1887 

1 200,240,843 18 

25,200,173 65 

6,035,251 13 


273,187,626 43 

1888 

206,885,433 60 

25,179,146 25 

4,576,346 81 


284,513,841 89 

1889 

199,916,662 75 

i 24,825,223 04 

2,821,586 15 


287,722,062 76 

1890 

156,809,439 75 

25,712,231 90 

2,187,669 22 


286,112,295 10 

1891 

160,917,136 92 

25,588,639 33 

2,170,399 31 


289,899,229 62 

1892 

150,037,659 81 

25,011,633 88 

2,090,943 91 


295,333,274 10 

1893 

149,583,741 79 

24,926,312 66 

1,858,066 71 


300,054,524 74 

1894 

149,526,257 16 

24,823,701 97 

1,398,667 91 


308,348,023 96 

1895. 

147,038,124 05 

24,712,924 63 

1,368,831 07 


318,048,754 87 

1896 

146,994,106 70 

27,019,137 10 

1,253,501 16 


325,717,536 73 

1897 

144,208,595 87 

26,914,412 74 

1,258,262 74 


332,530,131 33 

1898 

143,709,497 02 

26,804,687 31 

1,224,384 27 


338,375,984 23 

1899... 

143,731,700 76 

27,021,916 29 

1,230,625 92 


345,160,902 54 

1900 

143,794,596 94 

26,955,228 60 

1,195,836 89 


346,206,979 92 

1901 

143,767,498 38 

26,976,589 19 

1,258,953 82 


354,732,432 52 

1902 

143,800,655 96 

26,985,955 15 

1,272,892 68 


366,358,476 59 

1903 

143,770,888 58 

16,831,284 24 

1,285,720 05 


361,344,098 37 




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Table X. — Comparative Statement of the Liabilities and Assets of Canada, Ac. — Con. 


Year. 


1867. 

1868 

1869. 

1870. 

1871. 

1872. 
1873. 
1874 
1875. 
1876 

1877. 

1878. 

1879. 

1880. 
1881. 
1882. 

1883. 

1884. 

1885. 
■ 1886. 

1887. 


1890, 

1891 

1892 
1983 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 


LIABILITIES. 


Total Interest. 


A verage 
Rate of 
Interest. 


Without 

Interest. 


$ cts. 


ASSETS. 


At Varying 
Rates. 


At 2£ per C( nt 
Interest. 


cts. 

4 


cts. 


cts. 


4,851,710 70 
4,974,279 93 
5,188,641 90 
5,355,614 96 
5,371,082 30 
5,435,599 19 
5,549,374 57 
6,122,844 30 
6,340,056 39 
6,753,171 89 
7,132,408 11 
7,100,033 17 
7,281,018 07 
7,625,065 90 
7,748,785 21 
7,848,764 76 
7,609,15^49 
9,657,227 00 
10,162,275 80 
10,489,130 64 
10,526,859 14 
10,851,882 13 
10,842,889 48 
10,560,352 24 
10,675,555 38 
10,683,742 63 | 
10,817,967 50 j 
11,001,880 41 
11,291,490 91 I 
11,560,016 73 j 
11,675,583 46 
11,564,375 22 ; 
11,707,667 96 
11,675,576 57 
11,783,822 69 ; 
11,879,500 12 
11,471,179 13 i 


5-21 
5 T3 
462 
461 
4 65 
4 44 
4 33 
4-28 
418 | 
418 j 
4 08 1 
4 05 I 

3 87 
3-82 
3 76 
398 
384 

384 

385 
3 81 
379 
369 
368 
362 
360 
3 57 
355 
354 
351 
341 
3 39 
337 
332 
3 24 
3 T7 


1,463,690 84 
4,209,856 29 
15,812,184 66 
15,675,193 64 
14,366,317 84 
18,107,041 19 
20,513,788 37 
21,408,907 41 
22,107,852 14 
21,167,884 23 
22,256,314 13 
22,316,036 10 
23,334,300 66 
24,778,812 88 
26,627,752 69 
26,829,052 85 
21,524,762 67 
9,723,888 91 
10,203,605 48 
14,748,758 45 
10,283,517 25 
10,921,419 03 
9,945,182 80 
8,576,100 98 
9,615,076 45 
10,202,283 25 
11,700,649 44 
13,858,251 39 
14,734,803 47 
13,729,712 84 
15,118,098 48 
16,059,770 38 
17,725,920 85 
20,140,583 77 
22,602,735 50 
27,546,390 07 
35,500,382 24 


3,174,660 16 

3,162,825 75 

1,460,116 25 

353,960 99 

677,754 14 

341.756 57 

301.756 57 . . 

301,756 57 

787,703 70 

1,615,987 86 

5,297,169 70 

484,863 05 

601,491 21 

999,852 32 

177,378 98 

173,458 80 

173,262 70 

461,516 89 

344,185 96 

2,163,215 04 


4,900,000 00 


1,669,324 09 
.3,44 ‘,381 04 
4,484,448 45 
4,683,407 51 
5,102,254 55 
5,211,889 05 


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ASSETS. 


/ i 


Year. 


At 3 per cent 
Interest. 


$ cts. 


At 3£ per cent 
Interest. 


$ cts. 


At 4 per cent 
Interest. 


At 4^ per cent 
Interest. 


cts. 


cts. 


At 5 per cent 
Interest. 


$ cts. 


1867 


1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 


2,00b’ 000 00 


4,883,089 49 
5,055,492 89 
3,584,778 18 


2,768,234 70 
2,076,176 03 
1,384,117 36 
1,642,058 69 


390,000 00 
15,000 00 
15,000 00 


1,000,000 00 
2,100,000 00 
3,853,066 67 


434,717 42 
5,564,375 59 
3,356,644 12 
4,743,422 29 
6,624,845 79 
8,711,227 59 
10,662,540 19 
11,892,876 18 
13,584,653 04 
14,844,344 56 
15,361,384 20 
16,068,811 90 
18,489,111 74 
17,840,146 16 
19,620,481 55 
21,544,060 02 


4,087,093 28 
1,122,015 40 
1,888,356 53 
2,713,862 18 
2,923,825 72 
2,959,469 42 
2,860,377 73 
2,916,738 15 
2.978,089 89 
2,987,221 98 
2,985,717 13 
2,985,717 13 
4,219,783 80 
4,459,921 03 
4,374,881 03 
4,374,881 03 
3,337,126 00 
5,508,978 15 
5,595,586 40 
5,925,059 73 


2,280,213 29 
4,802,955 47 
5,993,492 64 
3,659,686 66 
4,082,972 82 
6,025,457 45 
6,105,150 79 
11,265,294 49 
10,583,133 14 
19,617,019 37 
19,493,197 79 
20,549,916 68 
22,234,816 47 
21,141,398 83 
21,808,474 06 
22,514,851 09 
23,067,691 O' 7 
23,102,731 08 
23,186,5 o3 50 
22,933,006 57 
23,629,305 93 
24,633,665 77 
25,522,878 94 
25,910,766 47 
26,160,337 45 
23,098,356 16 
24,423,049 35 
25,552,631 41 
27,012,830 49 


140,000 00 



12,244,725 90 
13,334,215 96 
14,019,390 12 
14,358,230 70 
15,362,739 09 
15,011,582 22 
7,686,488 47 
9,735,918 01 
9,087,249 55 
7,674,341 29 
6,467,177 88 
6,674,614 98 
7,309,328 67 
8,176,112 25 
8,041,276 38 
8,686,123 44 
10,487,533 05 
25,750,419 36 
36,468,643 70 
10,111,302 50 
10,130,043 15 
9,412,791 32 
9,821,983 12 
11,226,550 48 
11,724,737 80 
11,271,356 30 
11,765,319 27 
11,703,919 20 
11,709,565 07 
11,030,728 51 
11,024,731 86 
11,021,899 15 
11,090,471 63 
11,141,986 91 
11,172,552 1 6 
11,112,042 99 
4,542,887 97 


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ASSETS. 


Year. 

At 6 per cent 
Interest. 

Total Assets. 

Total Interest. 

Average 
Rate of 
Interest. 

Total Debt. 


$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 


$ cts. 

1867 

434,333 46 

17,317,410 36 

783,187 38 

435 

93,046,091 73 

1868 

432,633 46 

21.139,531 46 

806,968 26 

377 

96,896,666 20 

1869 

442,853 46 

36,502,679 19 

929,268 20 

2 53 

112,361,998 39 

1870 

437,313 46 

37,783,964 31 

1,001,452 06 

265 

115,993,706 76 

1871 

939,743 79 
1,525,890 47 

37,786,165 11 

1,068,269 50 

288 

115,492,682 76 

1872 

40,216,107 32 

1,033,282 50 

2-57 

122,400,179 36 

1873 

1,392,937 14 

29,894,970 55 

467,900 65 
570,316 19 

1 56 

129,743,432 19 

1874 

1,392,094 92 

32,838,586 91 

174 

141,163,551 33 

1875 

1,392,004 92 

35,655,023 60 

629,091 29 

176 

151,663,401 62 

1876 

1,394,002 93 

36,653,173 78 

673,955 49 

1 83 

161,204,687 86 

1877 

1,426,371 59 

41,440,525 94 

648,680 89 

155 

174,675,834 97 

1878 

1,359,998 26 

34,495,199 05 

566,718 20 

1-63 

174,957,268 96 

1879 

1,165,590 49 

36,493,683 85 

616,765 49 

1-69 

179,483,871 21 

1880 

1,202,617 17 

42,182,852 07 

756,980 93 

179 

194,634,440 68 

1881 

1,024,198 27 

44,465,757 11 

798,243 11 

179 

199,861,537 51 

1882 

881,604 94 

51,703,601 19 

1,078,325 32 

2 08 

105,365,251 97 

1883 

768,698 28 

43,692,389 84 

1,005,771 77 

229 

202,159,104 30 

1884 

680,628 14 

60,320,565 95 
68,295,915 29 

2,272,240 77 

376 

242,482,416 21 

1885 

664,266 96 

2,694.333 14 

394 

264,703,607 43 

1886 

543,684 82 

50,005,234 02 

l,50i;927 85 

3 00 

273,164,341 11 

1887 

511,476 32 

45,873,715 37 

1,521,568 57 

331 

273,187,626 42 

1888 

248,331 41 

49,982,483 73 

1,507,820 83 

302 

284,513,841 89 

1889 

92,536 12 

50,192,021 11 

1,649,894 04 

3 28 

287,722,062 76 

1890 

44,558 93 

• 48,579,083 33 

1,655,407 64 

341 

286,112,295 10 

1891 

22,533 35 

52,090,199 11 

1,753,333 02 

336 

289,899,229. 62 
295,333,274 10 

1892 

22,533 35 

54,202,162 04 

1,792,007 65 

330 

1893 

22,533 35 

58,373,485 13 

1,882,968 88 

323 

300,054,524 74 

1894 

21,560 00 

62,164,994 48 

1,928,186 11 

310 

308,348,023 96 

1895 

21,560 00 

64,973,827 78 

1,993,230 45 

307 

318,048,754 87 

1896 

21,560 00 

67.220,103 96 

2,093,408 67 

311 

325,717,536 73 
332,530,131 33 

1897 

21,560 00 

70,991,534 87 

2,174,872 90 

306 

1898 

21,560 00 

74.419,585 32 

2,244,514 61 

3 00 

338,375,984 23 

1899 

21,560 00 

78,886,363 90 

2,323,525 17 

294 

345,160,902 54 

1900 

21,580 00 

80,713,173 03 

2,265,911 15 

280 

346,206,979 92 

1901 

1902 

1903 

21,560 00 

86,252,428 83 
94,529,386 97 
99,737,109 50 

2,381,946 96 
2,489,723 72 
2,291,673 73 

2 75 
263 
230 

351,732,432 52 
366,358,476 59 
361,344,098 37 


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Table X.— Comparative Statement of the Liabilities and Assets of Canada, &c. — Con. 


Year. 

Total Assets. 

' 

Net Debt. 

Interest (calculated on balances at 
the close of the year). 

On Liabilities. 

i On Assets. 

*• . 

S cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

S cts. 

1867 

17,317,410 36 

75,728,641 37 

4,851,710 70 

753,187 48 

1868 

21,139,531 46 

75,757,134 74 

4,974,279 93 

806.968 26 

1869 

36,502,679 19 

75,859,319 20 

5,188,641 90 

929,268 20 

1870 

37,783,964 31 

78,209,742 45 

5,355,614 96 

1,001,452 06 

1871 

37,786,165 11 

77,706,517 65 

5,371,082 30 

1,068,269 50 

1872 

40,213,107 32 

82,187,072 04 

5,435,599 19 

1,033,282 50 

1873 

29,894,970 55 

99,848,461 64 

5,549,374 57 

467,900 85 

1874 

32,838,586 91 

108,324,964 42 

5,122,844 30 

570,316 19 

1875 . 

35,655,023 60 

116,008,378 02 

6,340,056 39 

629,091 29 

1876 

38,653,173 78 

124,551,514 08 

6,753,171 89 

673,955 49 

1877 

41,440,525 94 

133,235,309 03 

7,132,408 11 

648,680 89 

1878 

34,595,199 05 

140,362,069 91 

7,100,033 17 

566,718 20 

1879 . 

36,493,683 85 

142,990, 187 36 

7,281,018 07 

616,765 49 

1880 

42,182,852 07 

152,451,588 61 

7,625,065 90 

756,980 93 

1881 

44,465,757 11 

155,395,780 40 

7,748,785 21 

798,243 11 

1882 

51,708,601 14 

153,661,650 78 

7,848,764 76 

1,078,325 32 

1883 

51,703,601 19 

158,466,714 46 

7,609,158 49 

1,005,771 77 

1884 

60,320,565 95 

182,161,850 26 

9,657,227 00 

2,272,240 77 

1885 

68,295,915 29 

196,407,692 14 

10,162,275 80 

2,694,333 14 

1886 

50,005,234 02 

223,159,107 09 

10,489,130 64 

1,501,927 85 

1887 

45,873,713 37 

227,313,911 06 

10,526,859 14 

1,521,568 57 

1888 

49,982,483 73 

234,531,358 16 

10,849,424 13 

1,507,820 83 

1889 

50,192,021 11 

237,530,041 65 

10,842,889 48 

1,649,894 04 

1890 ... 

48,579,083 33 

237,533,211 77 

10,560,352 24 

1,655,407 63 

1891 

52,090,199 11 

237,809,030 51 

10,675,555 38 

1,753,333 02 

1892 

54,201,839 66 

241,131,434 44 

10,683,742 63 

1,792,007 65 

1893 

58,373,485 13 

241,681,039 61 

10,817,967 50 

1,882,968 88 

1894 

62,164,994 48 

246,183,029 48 

11,001,880 41 

1,928,186 11 

1895 

64,973,827 78 

253,074,927 09 

11,291,490 91 

1,993,230 45 

1896 

67,220,103 96 

258,497,432 77 

11,560,016 73 

2,093,408 67 

1897 ... 

70,991,534 87 

261,538,596 46 

11,675,583 46 

2,174,872 90 

1898 

74,419,585 32 

263,956,398 91 

11,564,375 22 

2,244,514 61 

1899 

78,886,363 90 

266,274,538 64 

11,707,667 96 

2,323,525 17 

1900 

80,713,173 03 

265,493,806 89 

11,675,576 57 

2,265,911 15 

1901 

86,252,428 83 

268,480,003 69 

11,783,822 69 

• 2,381,946 96 

1902 

94,529,386 97 

271,829,089 62 

11,879,500 12 

2,489,723 72 

1903 

99,737,109 50 

261,606,988 87 

11,471,179 13 

2,291,673 73 


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Table X. — Comparative Statement of the Liabilities and Assets of Canada, &c. — Con. 


Year. 

Interest (calculated 
on balances at the 
close of the year). 

Average. 

Interest paid. 

Less Actual 
Interest 
on investment. 

Actual 
Net Interest. 

Net Interest. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. | 

$ cts. 

8 cts. 

1867 

4,098,523 22 

541 

4,501,568 33 

126,419 84 

4,375,148 49 

1868 

4,167,311 67 

550 

4,907,013 71 

313,021 20 

4,593,992 51 

1869 

4,259,373 70 

5 63 

5,047,054 24 

383,955 91 

4,663,098 33 

1870..., 

4.354,162 90 

556 

5,165,304 24 

554,383 72 

4,610,920 52 

1871 

4,302,812 80 

5-54 

5,257,230 64 

488,041 54 

4,769,189 10 

1872 

4,402,316 69 

5-38 

5,209,205 97 

396,403 94 

4,812,802 03 

1873 

5,081,473 92 

509 

5,724,436 31 

610,863 00 

5,113,573 31 

1874 

5,552,528 11 

512 

6,590,790 19 

840,886 65 

5,749,903 54 

1875. 

5,710*965 10 

492 

6,400,902 07 

798,905 95 

5,601,996 12 

1876 

6,079,216 40 

4-88 

6,797,227 25 

717,684 31 

6,079,542 94 

1877 

6,483,727 22 

4'85 

7,048,883 55 

605,774 22 

6,443,109 33 

1878 

6,533,314 97 

465 

7,194,734 14 

592,500 04 

6,602,234 10 

1879 

6,664,252 58 

4-52 

7,773,868 75 

834,792 67 

6,939,076 08 

1880 

6,868,084 97 

450 

7,594,144 88 

751,513 49 

6,842,631 39 

1881 

6,950,542 10 

447 

7,740,804 47 

914,009 27 

6,826,795 20 

1882 

6,770,439 44 

442 

7,668,552 89 

1,001,192 96 

6,667,359 93 

1883 

6,603,386 72 

416 

7,700,180 61 

986,698 37 

6,713,482 24 

1884 

7,384,986 23 

406 

9,419,482 19 

1,997,035 51 

7,422,446 68 

1885 

7,467,942 66 

380 

10,137,008 66 

2,299,078 91 

7,837,929 75 

1886 

8,987,202 79 

402 

9,682,928 87 

990,886 69 

8,692,042 18 

1887 

9,005,290 57 

396 

9,823,313 00 

932,025 35 

8,891,287 65 

1888 

9,341,603 30 

3 99 

10,148,931 97 

1,305,392 25 

8,843,539 72 

1889 

9,192,995 44 

1 3 86 

9,656,841 16 

1,082,271 36 

8,574,569 80 

1890 

8,904,944 61 

375 

9,584,136 74 

1,077,228 14 

8,506,908 60 

1891 

8,922,222 36 

375 

9,763,978 34 

1,086,419 93 

8,677,558 41 

1892 

8,891,734 98 

3 68 

9,806,888 45 

1,150,166 51 

8,656,722 30 

1893 

8,934,998 62 

369 

10,212,596 13 

1,217,808 97 

8,994,787 16 

1894 

9,073,694 30 

369 

10,466,294 44 

1,336,046 94 

9,130,247 50 

1895 

9,29 >,260 46 

367 

10,502,429 90 

1,370,000 56 

9,132,429 34 

1896 

9,466,607 06 

366 

10,645,663 27 

1,443,003 84 

9,202,659 43 

1897 

9,500,710 56 

363 

10,516,757 90 

1,513,454 58 

9,003,303 32 

1898 

9,319,860 61 

352 

10,855,111 84 

1,590,447 91 

9,264,661 93 

1899 

9,384.142 79 

352 

10,699,645 20 

1,683,050 51 

9.016,594 69 

1900 

9,409,665 42 

354 

10,807,954 65 

1,784,833 79 

9,023,120 86 

1901 

9,401,875 73 

350 

10,975,935 15 

1,892,224 09 

9,083,711 06 

1902 

9,389,776 40 

345 

11,068,139 17 

2,020,953 04 

9,047,186 13 

1903 

9,179,505 40 

351 













Statement showing the portion of the Funded Debt of Canada payable therein, June 30, 1903, and the Interest thereon. 


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3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

Statement showing the portion of the Debt of Canada Payable in 



At 2£ per cent 
Interest. 

At 3 per cent 
Interest. 

At 3^ per cent 
Interest. 

Act 31 Vic., cap. 13, and Imperial Act 30 Vic., cap. 

£ s. d. 

£ s. d. 

£ s. d. 

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Act 32 and 33 Vic., cap. 1, 31 Vic., cap. 13, and 

TmiYPvifil Apt 30 \^1P po.ii Ifi . 








Act 37 Vic., cap. 2 




Apt 33 Vip pap 3 








Apt. 30 Vip pap 1 




Imperial Act 37 Vic. , cap. 45 




Act 35 Vic., cap. 6, Act 38 Vic., cap. 1, Act 42 Vic., 
cap. 1, and 41 Vic.* cap. 4 . ... .... 




Apt. 47 Vip pan 3. . . . 



5,000,000 0 0 

Act 23 Vic PHp« 34 and 18 and 46 Vie., cap. 3.. . . 



Act 47 Vic caps 2 and 3, T 




Act 51 Vic cap 2 


4,397,720 15 0 
6,000,000 0 0 


Apt. ftp* Vip pan 3 



Act 60 - 61 Vic cap 2 8nd 60 — 61 Vic cap. 3 

2,000,000 0 0 


Total bearing interest. ..... 



2,000,000 0 0 

10,397,720 15 0 

5,000,000 0 0 

Total interest 

50,000 0 0 

311,931 12 6 

175,000 0 0 



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81 


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London, June 30, 1903, and Annual Interest payable thereon. 




At 4 per cent At 5 per cent 
Interest. Interest. 


i. d.j 


d. 


1,500,000 0 0 1,500,000 0 0 

500,000 0 0 500,000 0 0 j 


1,500,000 0 
300,000 • 0 


Total, sterling. ! Total, Currency . 


3. d. 


$ cts. 



Maturing. 


7,300,000 00 
2,433,333 34 


1903, October 1. 




0 1,500,000 

0 300,000 

4.000. 000 0 0 4,000,000 

1.000. 000 0 0 1,000,000 

0 1,500,000 

0 2,500,000 

0 1,700,000 


1.500.000 0 

2.500.000 0 

1.700.000 0 


0 

0 


4,500,000 0 0 


6,443,136 2 9 
4,000,000 0 0 


28,943,136 2 9 500,000 0 0 


1,157,725 8 9 25,000 0 0 


4,500,000 0 0 
5,000,000 0 0 


7.300.000 00 (1908, April 1. 

1.460.000 00 1 1904, 
19,466,666 67 ,1904, May 1. 


4,866,666 66 1905, November 1. 


7,300,000 00 1910, October 1. 
12,166,666 66 1906, November 1. 
8,273,333 34 T913, October 1. 


6,443,136 2 9 

4.000. 000 0 0 

4,397,720 15 0 

6 . 000 . 000 0 0 
2,000,000 0 0 


46,840,856 17 9 


1,719,657 1 3 


21.900.000 00 1908, November 1. 

24,333,333 33 1909 (after 6 months’ notice) or 1934, 
( June 1. 

31,356,595 88 1910, January 1. 

19,466,666 66 1910 (after 6 months’ notice) or 1935, 
January 1. 

21,402,241 01 1938, July 1. 

29. 200. 000 00 ; „ 

9,733,333 33 1947, October 1. 


227,958,836 88 


8,368,997 73 


2 -i -6 



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Statement of the Sinking Funds of Canada, showing the amount invested to June JO, 1903- 


1 


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1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881, 

1882, 

1883, 

1884, 

1885. 

1886. 

1887. 

1888. 

1889. 

1890. 

1891. 

1892. 

1893. 

1894. 

1895. 

1896. 

1897. 

1898. 

1899. 

1900. 

1901. 

1902. 

1903. 

* 

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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


1 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

on Railways, Canals, other Public Works, Dominion Lands, and 

Provinces, and N. W. 


Canals. 


Canadian 

Pacific 

Railway. 


Debts. 

I allowed to 
I Provinces. 


Intercolonial 
Dominion and 
Lands. connected 

Railways. 


S cts. j $ cts. j 


cts. 


•S cts. 


51,498 18 
130,141 801 


255,645 75 1 
256,547 27! 
1,189,591 91i 
1,714,830 371 
2,388,733 46 
4,131,374 30 
3,843,338 62 
3,064,098 61 
2,123,366 34 
2,077,028 49j 
1,647,758 541 
1,763,001 97 
1,577,295 42 
1,504,621 47 
1,333,324 80 1 
1,783,698 16! 
1,033,118 34i 
972,918 43| 
1,026,364 24, 
1,280,725 15 
1,463,279 19 
2,069,573 30 
3,027,164 19 
2,452,273 65 
2,258,778 97 
2,348,636 91 
3,207,249 79 
3,899,877 31 
2,639,564 93 
2,360,569 89 
2,114,689 88 
1 823,273 61 


30,148 

489,428 

561,818 

310,224 

1,546,241 

3,346,567 

1,691,149 

2,228,373 

2,240,285 

4,044,522 

4,968,503 

4,589,075 

10,033,800 

11,192,722 

9,900,281 

3,672,584 

915,057 

52,098 

86.716 

40^980 

37,367 

66,211 

413,836 

146,539 

49,209 

65,669 

14,054 

692 

8,418 

236 

8,978 

448 


1,666,200 00 
13,859,079 84 
4,927,060 74l 


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16 
44 
88 
67 
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79; 

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11 

87 

70 


7,172,297 92 
5,420 39 
3,113,333 80 


334,681 41 
511,882 32 
556,869 77 
723,658 01 
303,592 66 
130,653 66 
162,391 67 
135,047 82 
130,684 85! 
133,832 20 
94,847 06 
86,735 33 
115,038 39 
149,146 58 
99,842 25 
82,184 15 
91,411 86 
127,504 71 
151,212 68 
199,470 09 
269,060 90 
370,837 97 1 
449,542 20! 


8 cts. 

455,249 77 
282.615 18 
1,693,228 83 
2,866,376 44 
5,131,141 51 
5,019,239 70 
3,614,898 81 
3,426,099 55 
1,108,321 59 
1,318,352 19 
408,816 74 
226,639 19 ! 
2,048,014 60 i 
608,732 80 

585.568 79 
1,616,632 96! 
2,689,689 49 
1,247,006 451 

765,967 03! 
926,029 69 
1,713,487 46 
2,623.137 30 
2,351,787 45 
1,184,317 34 
316,783 96 1 
299,080 95; 
439,209 14 
327,605 06 j 
260,395 54 ! 

190.569 81! 
252,756 80 ! 

1,081,929 74! 
3,255,348 29 
3,633,836 57 
4,626,841 05 
2,254.2.66 68 


Other 

Public 

Works. 


S cts. 


14,813,953 24 62,752,243 58 31,010,419 12: 5,410,128 54 


60,849,974 45 


175,138 01 
33,635 43 
49,449 05 
445,691 98 
142,088 78 
451,855 51 
254,983 47 

842.058 56 
443,256 97 

*3, 124,260 23 
454,129 30 
220,879 27 
181,877 63 

102.058 94 
102,392 80 
114,825 58 
129,237 76 
198,935 69 
325,236 40 

1,022,641,96 
966,501 84 
2,096,334 77 
1,236,826 76 


13,114,296 69 


04.10 for the improvement of the St. Lawrence, spent during the previous years by 
Commission. 


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Militia, chargeable to Capital, the Canadian Pacific Railway, Debts allowed to the 
Territories Expenditure. 


I 


Public 

Buildings, 

Ottawa. 


Prince 

Edward 

Island 

Railway. 


North- 

west 

Territories. 


Militia. 


Total. 


§ cts. 


8 cts. 


-8 cts. 


8 cts. 


8 




cts. ! 


Increase 

and 

Decrease of 
Debt. 


Expenditure 
on services 
named 

compared with 
increase of 
Debt. 


8 cts. 


8 


l 


41,689 63 
8,548 29 


19,i-13 13' 
1,821,887 35 
773,871 75 


68,745 52 
99,517 00 
135,963 72 
189,484 11 
267,839 73 
258,833 09 
170,120 01 
77,179 34 
8,730 50 
12,231 86 
37,314 16 
70,419 95 
45,684 22 
40,217 51 
117,346 25 
98,060 45 
121,719 46 
132,151 27 
96,665 32 
61,572 77 
3,510 37 


165,082 03 
59,857 92; 
67,185 33 
40,481 55; 
93,790 32 1 
31,177 75, 


2,621,119 43 1 


241,888 85, 
63,238 92 


46,086 63 . . 
42,546 10 . . . 
200,000 00 . . 
6,551 86 . . 
40,129 05 . . . 
16,539 82 . 


402 03 
57,186 02 


130,663 38 
76,956 56 
4,668 33 
5,800 00 


8,300 


293,917 

539,929 

31.448 

4,773 

2,901 

1,243 

8,910 

1,149 

833 


— 542 


3,284 

17.541 88 — 1,272 

22,000 00 — 1.853 

53,546 02 — 1,472 
280.173 93 — 1,631 

475,997 94 — 1,543 
829.414 18 — 3,040 


79 

87 

77 

10 

42 
22 
84 
05 
13 
52 
64 
03 
41 
69 
63 
31 

43 


2,314,504 22 3,790,585 01 


1, poo, 000 00 

745,964 75 
173,740 32 
387,810 16 
230,850 51 
135,884 79 
299,697 43 
428.223 40 


3,402,171,36 


548,437 58 -f 


440,418 

3,515,116 

3,670,396 

7.853,049 

19,859,441 

10.177,740 

6.922,742 

7,154,007 

7,599,709 

6,657,200 

5,648,331 

8,241,173 

8.176.316 
7,405,637 

14,147,359 

23,977,702 

13,220,185 

9,589,734 

4,439,938 

4,437,460 

4,420,313 

*6,778,663 

3,115,860 

2,164,456 

3.088.317 
3,862,969 
3,030,490 
3,781,311 
3,523,160 
4,142,231 
6,201,515 
7,467,370 
7,693,856 

10,077,094 

7,049,684 


1£ 

51 1 — 
79 + 
17 + 
06 + 
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55j — 
36 -f 
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98; + 
50| + 
06 — 
76; h- 
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35! + 

19 + 

72| + 
16 
66 
08 
04 
78 
60 
67 
40 
21 
23 
36 + 
76 


250,079,395 64 


28,493 

102,184 

2,350,423 

503,224 

4,480,554 

17,661,389 

8,476,502 

7,683,413 

8,543,136 

8,683,794 

7,126,760 

2,628,117 

9,461,401 

2,944,191 

1,734,129 

4,805,063 

23,695,135 

14,245,841 

26,751,414 

4,155,668 

7,216,582 

2,998,683 

3,170 

275,818 

3,322,403 

549,605 

4,501,989 

6,891,897 

5.422,505 

3,041,163 

2,417,802 

2,317,047 

779,639 

2,986,196 

3,349,085 

10,222,100 


37 

46 

25 

80 

39 

60 

78 
60 
06 
95 
88 
45 
25 

79 
62 
68 

80 
88 
95 
35; 


12 

74 


17 

87 

61 


69 

71 

80 

93 

75 


519,944 

338,233 

1,164,692 

4,173,621 

3,372,495 

2,198,051 

1,701,237 

— 760,671 

— 1,389,128 

— 1,084,085 

— 469,560 
3,020,214 

— 1,220,227 
5,232,124 
9,139,766 
9,342,296 

282,566 

— 1,025,656 

— 17,161,689 

284,270 

— 2,779,122 
1,421,630 
6,775,492 
2 840,041 

— 1,157,947 
2,538,712 

— .639,020 

— 3,861,407 

— 1,641,194 

481,996 

1,724,428 

3,884,468 

8,247,010 

4,707,659 

6,728,008 

17,271,784 


185,878,347 50 


64,201,048 14 




Items which Increase the Debt. 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


1 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
Statement of the Business of the Post Office Savings Bank, Canada. 


PERIOD. 


Y ear ended J une 30. 1868 . 
Year ended June 30, 1869. 
Year ended June 30, 1870. 
Year ended June 30, 1871. 
Year ended June 30, 1872. 
Year ended June 30, 1873 
Year ended June 30, 1874. 
Y ear ended J une 30, 1875 . 
Year ended June 30, 1876. 
Year ended June 30, 1877 
Year ended June 30, 1878. 
Year ended June 30, 1879 
Year ended June 30. 1880. 
Year ended June 30, 1881. 
Year ended June 30, 1882. 
Year ended June 30. 1883. 
Year ended June 30, 1884. 
Year ended June 30, 1885. 
Year ended June 30, 1886. 
Year ended June 30, 1887. 
Year ended June 30, 1888 
Year ended June 30, 1889. 
Year ended June 30. 1890. 
Year ended June 30, 1891. 
Year ended June 30, 1892 
Year ended June 30, 1893. 
Y'ear ended June 30, 1894. 
Year ended June 30, 1895. 
Year ended June 30, 1896 
Year ended June 30, 1897. 
Year ended June 30. 1898. 
Year ended June 30, 1899. 
Year ended June 30. 1900. 
Year ended June 30, 1901 . 
Year ended June 30, 1902. 
Year ended June 30, 1903 


N umber of Post Omce Savings 
Bank at the close of period. 

• 

Number of deposits received 
during period. 

Total amount of deposits re- 
ceived during jieriod. 

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Amount of depositors’ ac- 
counts transferred from Do- 
minion GovernmentSavings 
Bank during period. 

Number of withdrawals dur- 
ing period. 

81 

3,247 

$ 

212,507 

s 

65 44 

§ 

i 

166 

213 

16.653 

927,885 

5571 


4,787 

226 

230 

24,994 

33,256 

1,347,901 

1,917,576 

53 93 
57-66 


9,478 

15,148 

235 

39,489 

2,261.631 

57 27 


20,154 

239 

44,413 

2,306,918 

5194 


23,800 

266 

45,329 

2,340,284 

5163 



25,814 

268 

42,508 

1,942,346 

45 69 


25,954 

279 

287 

38,647 

36,126 

1,726,204 

1,521,000 

44 "66 
42 10 


24,152 

22,484 

295 

297 

40,097 

43,349 

1,724,371 

1,973,243 

43 00 
45 52 


21,944 

23,226 

297 

56,031 

2,720,216 

48 55 

! 

26,716 

304 

71,747 

4.175,042 

5819 


! 28,510 

308 

97,380 

6,435,989 

66 09 


35,859 

330 

109,489 

6,826,266 

62 35 


45,253 

343 

109,388 

6,441,439 

58-88 


56,026 

355 

116,576 

7,098,459 

60 89 


59,714 

392 

! 126,322 

7,645,227 

60 52 


62,205 

415 

! 143,076 

8,272,041 1 

57-81 



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433 

155,978 

7,722,330 ! 

49 51 j 

217,385.10 

1 78,229 

463 

i 166,235 

7,926,634 

47 67 

1,085,979.72 

84,572 

494 

j 154,678 

6,599,896 

42 67 i 

167,501.53 

90,151 

634 

! 147,672 

6,500,372 j 

44 02 

389,169.28 

84,963 

642 

145,423 

7,056,002 

48 52 

77,381 

673 

148,868 

7,708,888 | 

5178 


73,361 

699 

145,960 

7,524,286 ; 

5155 

218,173.60 

84,941 

731 

143,685 i 

7,488,028 

5211 

493,889.23 

85,588 

755 

155,398 I 

8,138,947 

52 37 1 

449,981.61 

87,221 

779 

161,151 

8.223,000 

51-02 

1,856,474.31 

91,39S 

814 

179,814 

9,183,693 

5107 

786,868.48 

94,532 

848 

174,658 

8,310,630 

4758 

95,090 

847 

201,262 

10,448,485 

51-91 | 

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92,713 

895 

212,217 

11,091,099 

52 26 

102,083 

915 

219,678 

11,382,035 

5181 

41 5, 507. 96 j 

105,946 

934 

231,619 

12,060.825 | 

52 07 

104,393 


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204.588 89 

296.754 35 

61 99 

6.42* 


1.319 

7.212 21,094.72 

856.814.26 

664.555.51 

70 11 

7.823 


2857 

12178 48,689.08 

1.588.848.83 

1.093,438.86 

72 10 

9.424 


4.449 

17,153 84,273 68 

2497,259.65 

1.778.565,19 

81*33 

10,846 


6,940 

21.059 116.174.54 

3,096.510.01 

2323,299.32 

86 91 

11,995 


9,528 

23.526 126,932.88 

3,207,051 57 

2468.643 42 

04 

12048 


10.606 

24.968 126.273 31* 

3.204.965.46 

2.341.979.0* 

8288 

10.516 


11,190 

24.294 120.758.06 

2926,090 48 

2021.457.97 

77 11 

10.218 


10;097 

24.415 110116 OS 

2744X1*52 59 

L 726.082. 98 

70 49 

8,971 

... 

1 9.312 

24,074 104.067.86 

2639.937.47 

1,713,658.73 

70-55 

10.058 


! 8.597 

25,535 103.834.29 

2754.484.03 

L 733. 448 78 

66 07 

10,755 


! 8,845 

27.445 110.912.56 

3,106,190 80 

2015.813.16 

69 39 

14.407 


10.487 

31.365 136.075 47 

3,945.669 11 

2097.389 15 

73 56 

18.731 


10,491 

39.605 184.904.81 

6.208,226.77 

3,461.619.31 

96*53 

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13,920 

51.463 291.065 07 

9,473.661 .53 

4. 73a 995 39 

104 54 

27.127 


17,531 

61.059 407,305.17 

11.976.2*7 31 

5.649.611. 13 

100 84 

26,562 


20.939 

66,682 477,487.46 

13,245.562 64 

5.793.031.84 

97 01 

27.591 


20,951 

73.322 539.560 51 

15,090.540.31 

6. 183. 470. 60 

99 40 

29.103 


; 21,555 

80,870 607.075.38 

17.159.372 09 

6.626.067 51 

100 62 

31.874 


22585 

‘-0.159 692404 57 

19,497,750. 15 

7.514.071.78 

% 05 

37,515 

723 

‘ 26.704 

101.693 766,639 15 

20.689.4532 62 

7 532,145 56 

89 06 

38.049 

2962 

j 29,581 

113.123 841.921.79 

23.011.422 57 

8.575.041 9$ 

95 12 

32127 

570 

33.499 

112321 786,875.37 

21.990.653.49 

7,875,977.57 

92 67 

29,791 

1,124 

32006 

111.230 734.430 89 

21.738.648 09 

7.239.839 14 

93 44 

28,943 


29.368 

110.805 734.590.70 

*22298.401 65 

6.631.578.97 

90 39 

29,502 


26.032 

114.275 777.482 98 

24.153,193.66 

7.473.585 46 

871^ 

29.116 

662 

27.033 

117.020 835.800.34 

25.i57.868.14 

7,3ia*291 97 

85 41 

27.998 

1,647 

26,037 

120.628 876.049.07 

*26. 805. 542 47 

7.406.066 13 

84 91 

30,100 

1.959 

26,245 

126.442 944.524 73 

28.932929.68 

7,656 086.64 

83 76 

30,236 

5.722 

26.663 

135.737 1,024.511 74 

32380.82X09 

8.853.178 42 

93 65 

33.7*22 

2279 

*29.449 

142*289 982725.62 

34.480.937.77 

9.021.862 56 

94 88 

30.172 


30,320 

142141 1.001.899 96 

34.771.605.17 

8.905.505 46 

96 03 

37.596 

587 

29.337 

15a 1*7 1.049,699*27 

37.507,455 80 

9.774.694 62 

95 75 

38.685 


32304 

157.368 1.126,952 44 

39.950.812.62 

10.617,070.50 

100 21 

38.886 

7i2 

34.205 

162.761 1.188.924 83 

423*20.209 91 

11.379.756 94 

109 01 

39.786 



35.522 

167.023 1.2M.048 96 

44.2*5.326 93 


97 33 
118 80 
130 41 
145 50 
147 04 
136 32 
128 36 
12044 

112 *27 

109 60 
107 87 

113 14 
12580 
156 75 
184 08 
196 13 
198 63 
205 81 
212 18 
216 26 
203 44 
203*41 
195 78 
195 44 
201 24 
211 36 
215 84 
222 22 
228 82 
238 55 
242 47 
244 62 
248 41 
253 87 
260 01 
264 96 


90 * DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE { 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

Statement of the Annual Transactions of'the Dominion Government Savings Banks 
from July 1, 1902, to June 30, 1903. 


Banks. 

Balance, 
July 1, 1902. 

Deposits, 

1902-3. 

Interest 

added, 

L902-3. 

Total. 

Withdrawn, 

1902-3. 

Balance, 
July 1, 1903. 

Nova Scotia. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

8 cts. 

8 cts . 

8 cts. 

$ cts . 

Acadia Mines . . 

Amherst 

Arichat 

Barrington 

Guvsboro 

Halifax 

Kentville 

Lunenburg 

Maitland 

Pictou 

Port Hood 

Shelburne. 

Sherbrooke 

Wallace 

20,829 86 
343 , 272 21 
200,641 01 
177,662 26 
113,728 76 
2,510,996 15 
264,511 95 
349,415 35 
64,997 59 
255,960 49 
137,676 70 
144,989 16 i 
77,480 17 
79,990 S4 
139,030 78 

8,048 00 
93,814 08 
20,160 00 
13,254 00 
16,100 00 
378,979 00 
36,534 00 
48,895 00 
12,318 00 

22.386 00 
19,347 49 

1 21,733 00 

11,487 00 
26,654 00 

29.387 00 

631 26 
10,200 63 
5,877 52 
5,103 47 
3,141 26 
72,497 98 
7,409 42 j 
10,134 61 
1,942 97 
7,514 76 
3,733 81 
4,354 91 
2,227 70 
2,480 73 
4,200 11 

29,509 12 
447,286 92 
226,678 53 
196,019 73 
132,970 02 
2,962,473 13 
308,455 37 
408,444 96 
79,258 56 
[ 285,861 25 

160,758 00 
171,077 07 
91,194 87 
109,125 07 
172,617 89 

6,415 75 
90,788 37 
27,256 39 
18,635 84 
24,638 35 
500,039 72 
59,878 26 
60,206 82 
11,759 28 
27,308 47 
38.513 59 
20,417 19 
14,450 76 
19,726 08 
24,855 51 

23,093 37 
356,498 55 
199,422 14 
177,383 89 
108,331 67 
2,462,433 41 
248,577 11 
348,238 14 
67,499 28 
258,552 78 
122,244 41 
150,659 88 
76,744 11 
89,398 99 
147,762 38 

Weymouth 

New Brunswick- 

Chatham 

Fredericton 

Newcastle 

St. John.. 

4,881,182 78 

759,096 57 

141,451 14 

5,781,730 49 

944,890 38 

4,836,840 11 

290,228 56 ' 
902,203 44 
286,504 07 
4,940,981 29 

35,678 00 
205,380 00 
28,063 00 
792,752 68 

8,456 47 
27,526 94 
8,559 01 
146,756 74 

334,363 03 
1,135,110 38 
323,126 08 
5,880,490 71 

41,530 08 
151,981 12 
22,112 14 
734,825 30 

292,832 95 
983,129 26 
301,013 94 
5,145,665 41 


6,419,917 36 

1,061,873 68 

1 

191,299 16 

7,673,090 20 

950,448 64 

6,722,641 56 



RECAPITULATION. 



Nova Scotia. . . . J 
New Brunswick. 

Ontario 

Manitoba 
B. Columbia 
P. E. Island .... 

4,881,182 78 
6,419,917 36 
682,392 70 
981,564 32 
1,213,386 25 
1,939,335 38 

759,096 57 
1,061,873 68 
146,992 36 
391,605 62 
322,702 67 
369,597 00 

I 141,451 14 
! 191,299 16 
| 20,040 21 

1 29,076 65 

; 36,083 99 

57,292 70 

5,781,730 49 
7,673,090 20 
849,425 27 
1,402,246 59 
1,572,172 91 
2,366,225 08 

944,890 38 
950.448 64 
152,050 16 
375,695 41 
316,126 10 
389,877 53 

4,836,840 11 
6,722,641 56 
697,375 11 
1,026,551 18 
1,256,046 81 
1,976,347 55 


16,117,778 79 

3,051,867 90 

| 475,243 85 

19,644,890 54 

i 

3,129,088 22 ! 

16,515,802 32 





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217,009 98 

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220,824 60 

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5,726,799 

97 

5,300,287 

23 

i + 

426,512 74 

5,726,799 

97 

1877-78.... 

7,090,729 04 

336,650 50 

7,427,379 

54 

6,400,997 

02 

+ 

1,026,382 52 

7,427,379 

54 

1878-79.... 

6,522,533 26 

353,577 84 

6,876,111 

10 

6,165,441 

25 

+ 

710,669 85 

6,876,111 

10 

1879-80.... 

7,960,411 41 

404,803 55 

8,365,214 

96 

6,519,941 

98 

+ 

1,845,272 98 

8,365,214 

96 

1880-81. . . 

10,669,681 76 

508,778 66 

11,178,460 

42 

6,394,744 

60 

+ 

4,783,715 82 

11,178,460 

42 

1881- 82.... 

13,526,422 53 

703,013 68 

14,229,436 

21 

8,297,446 

52 

+ 

5,931,989 69 

14,229,436 

21 

1882-83. . . . 

13,893,656 13 

912,692 87 

14,806,349 

00 

10,355,903 

14 

+ 

4,450.445 86 

14,806,349 

00 

1883-84... 

13,249,070 97 

1,054,139 93 

14,303,210 

90 1 

11,304,781 

61 

+ 

2,998,429 29 

14,303,210 

90 

1884-85.... 

14,268,938 60 

1,185,267 52 j 

15,454,206 

12 

11,692,666 

57 

+ 

3,761,539 55 

15,454,206 

12 

1885-86 . . . 

15,158,295 74 

1,335,620 56 j 

16,493,916 

30 

12,299,178 

81 

+ 

4,194,737 49 

16,493,916 

30 

1886-87.... 

14,406,952 41 

1,487,569 36 

15,894,521 

77 ■ 

12,236,060 

28 

+ 

3,658,461 49 

15,894,521 

77 

1887-88... 

11,480,859 02 

1,578,987 86 ! 

13,059,846 

88 ! 

12,521,064 

02- 

+ 

538,782 86 

13,059,846 

88 

1888-89 . . . . 1 

12,657,802 14 

1,619,221 95 

14,277,024 

09 

12,691,724 

64 

+ 

1,585,299 45 

14,277,024 

09 

1889-90 ... 

9,854,332 98 

1,475,292 36 

11,329,625 

34 

13,273,517 

98 

— 

1,943,892 64 

11,329,625 

34 

1890 91. . . . 

9,748,075 60 

1,348,525 26 

11,096,600 

86 

12,709,039 

74 

— 

1,612,438 88 

11,096,600 

86 

1891-92. . . . 

10,211,345 75 ] 

1,320,580 00 

11,531,925 

75 

; 11,402,404 

28 

+ 

129,521 47 

11,531,925 

75 

1892-1-3. . . . 

11,118,981 12 ; 

1,365,802 44 1 

12,484,783 

56 

10, 164,673 

17 

+ 

2,320,110 39 

12,484,783 

56 

1893-94.... 

11,142,915 78 i 

1,437,220 20 i 

12,580,135 

98 

' 11,393,781 

68 

+ 

1,186,354 30 

12,580,135 

98 

1894-95. . . . 

11,224,195 15 

1,470,332 34 1 

12,694,527 

49 

11,280,040 

96 

+ 

1,414,486 53 

12,694,527 

49 

1895-96... 

11,882,307 06 j 

1,542,969 78 

13,425,276 

84 

11,076,457 

11 

+ 

2,348,819 73 

13,425,276 

84 

1896-97. . . . 

13,266,055 33 | 

1,622,091 80 

14,888,147 

13 

12,752,489 

99 

+ 

2,135,677 14 

14,888,147 

13 

1897-98. .. 

12,675,591 49 

1,446,038 90 

14,121,630 

39 

12,945,487 

13 

+ 

1,176,143 26 

14,121,630 

39 

1898-99.... 

10,825,027 81 

1,451,066 34 

12,276,094 

15 

12,145,497 

68 

+ 

120,596 47 

12,276,094 

15 

1899-1900. . 

13,374,238 26 

1,502,099 10 

14,876,337 

36 1 

11,968,330 

41 

+ 

2,906,006 95 

14,876,337 

36 

1900-1901 . . 

13,972,573 71 

1,589,761 05 

15,562,334 

76 

12,663,100 

10 

+ 

2,899,234 66 

15,562,334 

76 

1901-1902. 

14,769,126 15 

1,662,258 32 

16,431,384 

47 

14,042,354 

83 

+ 

2,389,029 64 

16,431,384 

47 

1902-1903, . 

15,112,694 90 

1,729,292 81 

16,841,987 

71 ! 

14,508,845 

16 

+ 

2,333,142 55 

16,841,987 

71 


345,931,139 62 

34,499,807 48 

380,430,94510 

321,081,864 71 

+ 63,071,556 65 

380,430,945 10 









3,722,474 26 




Increase of deposits over withdraw als. . . . 





59,349,082 39 




Balance, July, 1867. 






1,422,046 86 











60, 771, 129 25 




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1 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1901 

Comparative Statement of Finance Department. 



References 
to the 
Treasury 
Board. 

Issue and 
Redemption of 
Currency. 

Savings Bank 
Accounts 
Remaining 
Open. 

1 

Salaries of 
Staff. 



8 

ets. 

No. 

$ 

cts. 

1878-79 

329 

2,946,010 

00 

22,622 

51,968 

33 

1879-80 

372 

4,900,941 

00 

25,468 

51,454 

91 

1880-81 

313 

3,262.903 

60 

28,212 

52,058 

28 

1881-82 

1,297 

4,006,583 

00 

33,748 

52,694 

90 

? 882-83 

703 

3,095,612 

00 

38,758 

54,377 

78 

1883-84 

897 

3,770,990 

00 

43,406 

56,034 

19 

1884-85 

810 

6,967,579 

00 

46,601 

54,632 

92 

1885-86 

1,040 

8,377,952 

00 

51,592 

55,427 

57 

1886-87 

1,070 

5,760,852 

00 

53,519 

51,129 

78 

1887-88 

990 

7,334,852 

00 

57,367 

52,382 

41 

1888-89 

1,115 

6,862,953 

00 

58,114 

52,090 

71 

1889-90 

1,134 

6,899,973 

00 

57,297 

51,347 

50 

1890-91 

1,707 

6,769,398 

00 

56,149 

51,764 

88 

1891-92 •. ... 

1,659 

8,906,805 

00 

54,794 

48.482 

52 

1892-93 

1,492 

7,179,351 

00 

55,039 

49*770 

00 

1893-94 

1,366 

8,114,390 

00 

55,815 

50,492 

50 

1894-95 

1,778 

8,333,474 

00 

54,932 

49,690 

00 

1895-96 

1,966 

7,562,761 

09 

54,186 

49,893 

89 

1896-97 

827 

9,679,714 

00 

47,081 

50,418 

14 

1897-98 

1,225 

16,296,903 

00 

46,093 

50,460 

00 

1898-99 

1,015 

5,437,361 

00 

49,320 

49,465 

00 

1899-00 

1,485 

9,050,907 

00 

45,773 

49,907 

50 

1900-01 

1,603 

10,673,753 

00 

48,569 

49.626 

54 

1901-02 

1,576 

18,199,358 

00 

49,001 

50,533 

27 

1902-03 

1,508 

22,593,790 

00 

46,615 

46,601 

71 



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103 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Total Amount of Issues and Redemptions of Dominion Notes, from July 1, 1878, to 

June 30, 1903. 


1878- 79. . . 

1879- 80 . . 

1880- 81. . 
1881-82. . . 

1882- 83. . . 

1883- 84.. . 

1884- 86... 

1885- 86. . 

1886- 87. . . 

1887- 88... 

1888- 89.. . 

1889- 90. . 

1890- 91. . . 
1891 92. . « 
1892-93. . 
1893 94... 

1894- 95. . 

1895- 96. . . 
1896 97. . . 

1897- 98. . . 

1898- 99. . . 

1899- 00. . . 

1900- 01. . . 

1901- 02.. 

1902- 03. . 


Year. 


Issues. 1 Redemption. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 



1,650,412 

3,838,195 

2,104,213 

2,645,819 

1,652,159 

1,555,110 

3,523,167 

4,622,088 

2.452.500 
4,263,667 
3,017,958 
3,413,793 
3,793,911 
5,006,593 
4,172,573 
4,863,808 
3,895,994 
3,906,764 
5,812,806 

8.078.500 
3,747,817 
5,454,682 

6.574.500 
11,540,618 
17,861,500 


1,295,598 

1,062,746 

1,158,690 

1,360,764 

1,443,453 

2,215,880 

3,444,412 

3,755,864 

3,308,352 

3,071,185 

3,844,995 

3,486,180 

2,975,487 

3,900,212 

3,006,778 

3,250,582 

4,437,480 

3,655,997 

3,866,908 

8,218,403 

1,689,544 

3,596,225 

4,099,253 

6,658,740 

4,732,290 


354,814 

2,775,449 

945,523 

1,285,055 

208,706 


78,755 

866,224 


1,192,482 


818,424 

1,106,381 

1,165,795 

1,613,226 


250,767 

1,945,898 


2,058,273 

1,858,457 

2,475,247 

4,881,878 

13,129,210 


119,449,147 


83,536,018 


39,010,564 


3, 


660,770 


855,852 

827,037 

72,387 


541,486 


139,903 


097,435 


Circulation, June 30, 1902 §32,780,387 05 

h u 1903 39,006,193 58 

Increase for year 1902-1903 $ 6,225,811 53 


4 


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i 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

No. 1 . — ^Statement showing Railways subsidized under Acts of. the Dominion 

showing also the payments that have been made for work 





Act. 


Railway. 


Description of Line Subsidized. 


1884 47 Vic., c. 8 

1901; 1 Ed. VII., c. 7... 

1899 62-3 Vic., c. 7 ..4 

1900 63-4 Vic.. C.8...Y 
1901 1 Edw. VII.. c. 7 ) 

1883 46 Vic., c. 25.'... 

1884 47 Vic., c. 8 J 

1899*62-3 Vic., c. 7. 

1887 50-51 Vic., c. 24. . . 
1885148-49 Vic., c. 59. \ 

1886 49 Vic., c. 10..../ 

1887 50-51 Vic., c. 4 . 
1894 '57-58 Vic., c. 4 . 
1885 '48 -49 Vic., c. 59. 
1894,57-58 Vic., c. 4. . 
1886; 49 Vic., c. 10. . 
1887|50-51 Vic., c. 24. 
1892155-56 Vic., c. 5. . 
1901; 1 Ed. VII., c. 7. 
190163-4 Vic., c. 8. . . 


Albert Southern Railway 

Atlantic and Lake Superior 

Algoma Central and Hudson Bay. . 
Baie des Chaleurs Ry 

Bay of Quinte Ry 

Beau harnois Junction Rji 

| j Belleville and X. Hastings Ry. Co . 
\ i Brantford, Waterloo and Lake Erie. 

/ Ry 

1 Brockville, Westport and Sault-Ste. 
j | Marie Ry. Co 

j- Buctouche and Moncton Ry 

. . Bruce Mines and Algoma Ry. Co . . 

. . Bracebridge and Trading Lake Ry. 


Hopewell to Alma \ 

Caplin to Paspebiac, Que ....... 

Sault Ste. Marie towards Michipicotenl 
Harbour, 25 miles Michipicoten Branch V 

and 160 miles main line J 

Metapedia to Paspebiac 

m Eastwards.... 

Extension to iron or other mines, &c 

Near Deseronto, 2 miles from Tweed north- 
erly 

St. Martin’s Junction 

Madoc to El Dorado 


Canada Atlantic Ry. 


1885 48-49 Vic., c. 59. ) 

1886 49 Vic., c. 10.... [ 

1887 50-51 Vic., c. 24. j 

1883 46 Vic.; c. 25. '. . } j Ganada Central Ry 

1884 47 48 Vic., c. 4. . 4 

1885:48-49 Vic., c. 59. | \ 

1886 1 49 Vic., c. 10. ... J I 

Canada Eastern Ry 


J 


1885 48-49 Vic., c. 59. 
1894 57-58 Vic., c. 4. . | 
1894 '57-58 Vic., c. 4. . I 
1899| 62-63 Vic., c. 7. . J 
1881,44 Vic., c. 1 


Canadian Pacific Rv. — Main Line. 


1834,47 Vic., c. 8 
1885 48-49 Vic. 

1884* 47 Vic., c. 

1892 55-56 Vic., c. 5. . 1 

1884'47 Vic., c. 8 J 

1897;60-61 Vic., c. 5.. . . 


s.8 4 

c. 58. \ 

J.8 J 


Extension. 


1899;62 63 Vic., c. 7. . . . 

1900 j 63-4 Vic., c. 8 

19011 1 Ed. VII., c. 7 .. 
1901) .1 Ed. VII., c. 7... 
1900 63-4 Vic., c. 8. . . 


Brantford to Watford I 

Revote of balance, $4,790 / 

Brockville to Westport \ 

Revote of balance J 

Moncton to Buctouche 

West two miles to Moncton. . . 

Revote of $35,380 

Bruce Lake Station to at or near Rock Lake. 
From Bracebridge in Muskoka to point 

near Baysville 

Valley field to W. of Johnson’s and to Lacolle 

Terminus Ottawa to Chaudiere Falls 

Clarke’s Island to Valleyfield and Lacolle 

to International Boundary 

Bridge over St. Lawrence to Coteau 

Pembroke to Callandar 

To recoup town of Pembroke ... 

Fredericton to Miramichi River 

To Boiestown 

Additional between Fredericton and Indian - 

town 

Indian town to Junction with Western Ry.. 
Chatham to Blackbrook and Nelson Branch 
Extension from West End towards C . P . R . 

From Nelson to main line 

Callandar to Port Arthur and Selkirk to 

Kamloops 

St. Martin J unction to Quebec 

■M ,, ip additional . 

f | Con. Jacques Cartier June, with N. Shore. . 

. . jRevelstoke to Head Arrow Lake, B.C 

. Lethbridge, Alberta, through Crow's Nest 

Pass to Nelson, B.C 

Antler Station to a point near Moose Moun- 
tain, Man 

Westerly end of Waskada Branch further 

westward 

Stonewall or Selkirk Branch to Icelandic 

River 

Duncan or Lardo to Arrowhead Lake 

Dvment to New Klondike District 


* These Railway subsidies statements were compiled in the Department of Railways and Canals. 
f60-6L Vic., cap. 4, 62-63 Vic., cap. 7, 63-64 Vic., cap. 8, and 1st Edward VII, cap. 7, provide that 
(not exceeding in any case the number of miles respectively stated), which shall not cost more on the 
lines of railway not exceeding the mileage stated, which shall cost more on the average than $15,000 per 
much of the average cost of tne mileage subsidized as is in excess of $15,000 per mile, such subsidy not 


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105 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Government by the grant of Mileage Subsidy, built or 'placed under contract ; 
done, and the Liability existing on June 30, 1903. 


Details of Subsidy Grant. 


Rate 
per Mile. 


Number 

of 

Miles. 


$ 

3,200 

+ 


/ 


3,200 

t 

3,200 
1,500 !\ 
1,700 J 

3,200 

3,200 

3,200 j j 

t I 
t 

1,600 ^ 
3,200 : | 

3,200 \ 

15 p.c. oncost 1 J 

12,000 


16 

30 

40 

185 

70 

10 

7 

19 50 
6-84 

18 

4450 

30 

1-75 

9 

15 

54 05 
120 ' 


Total 
for each 
Work. 


3,200 

3.200 

3.200 

3.200 
3,200 
3,200 

t 


1091 


6,000 

3,200 

11,000 

t 

t 


1,905 


620 


t 
t 

t u 


$ 

51,200 

t 

t 

320.000 

300.000 

32.000 

t 

96.000 
10,500 
11,900 

57,600 

128.000 

96,000 

6,400 


t 

96.000 
38,400 

180,000 

1.440.000 
85,250 

128,000 

19,200 

32.000 
140,800 

32.000 
• 3,200 

t 

25,000,000 

960.000 

340.000 

200.000 

80.000 

3.630.000 

t 

t 

+ 

t 

t 


Total 

contracted 

for. 


K 


$ 

51,200 

t 


620,000 

32.000 

t 

96.000 
22,400 

57,600 

128,000 

102,400 

t 

t 


Position of Subsidy Account, to 
June 30, 1903. 


Cash paid, j 

Subsidy j 
cancelled or 
lapsed. 

Total 

Deduction 

from 

Subsidy 

Liability. 

Balance 

Out- 

standing. 

$ cts. 
50,460 OOi 
67,153 98! 

583,536 00 

$ cts. 
740 00 

$ cts. 
5], 200 OOi 
67,153 98! 

583,536 00 

$ cts. 

Y" 


t 

620,000 00 


620,000 00 

32,000 00 


1 314,400 

J 

| 1,525,250 


19,200 00 
62,400 00 

21,888 00 
57,600 00 
105,200 00 
101,600 00 

28,800 00 

t 

282,355 20 
1,525,250 00- 


33, GOO 00 
512 00 


22,800 00 

800 00 


19,200 00 
96,000 00 

22,410 00 
57,600 00 . 
128,000 00 
102,400 00 

28,800 00 
t 


32.044 80 j 314,400 00 
1,525,250 00 


355,200 350,400 00 12,800 00 j 363,200 00 


25, 


+ 

000,000 


25,000,000 00 


5,210,000 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 


4,984,720 00; J* 


160,000 00 
50,480 o.; 


83.200 00i . . . . 
42,771 00 . ... 
22,336 00 ... - 


25,000,000 00 


5,343,507 00 


225,280 00 


t 

t 

. + 


the Governor in Council may grant a subsidy of $3,200 per mile towards the construction of each railway 
average than $15,000 per mile for the mileage subsidized, and towards the construction of each of the said 
mile for the mileage subsidized, a further subsidy beyond the sum of $3,200 per mile of fifty per cent on so 
exceeding in the whole the sum of $6,400 per mile. 


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3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No.. 1 . — List of Railways subsidized 


Act. 


Railway. 


Description of Line Subsidized. 


1897 

60-61 Vie.. 

, c. 

4.. 


1899 

62- 63 Vic. 

, c. 

7. . 


1899 

62-63 Vic., 

c. 

7. . 

- 

1894 

57-58 Vic. 

, c. 

4.. 


1883 

46 Vic., c. 

25 



1884 

47 Vic., c. 

8. 



1887 

50-51 Vic. 

, c. 

24 

j 

1889 

52 Vic., c. 

3. 



1890 

53 Vic., c. 

2. 


1 

1894 

57-58 Vic. 

, c. 

4! ! 

1 

1899 

62-63 Vic. 

, e. 

7.. 

J 

1899 

62-63 Vic. 

,c. 

7.. 


1899 

62- 63 Vic. 

, c. 

7.. 


1900 

63-64 Vic. 

, c. 

8.. 

1 

f 

1897 

60-61 Vic. 

, c. 

4.. 

( 

1901 

1 Ed., VII, c 

. 7. 

J 

1897 

II II 



1 

1887 

50-51 Vic. 

, c. 

24 

1 

1889 

52 Vic., c. 

3. 


■' 

1890 

153 Vic., c. 

2. . 


1887 

{50-51 Vic.. 

• c. 

24. 


1887 

1 50- 51 Vic. 

, c. 

24. 


1892 

155-56 Vic. 

, c. 

5.. 


1897 

60-61 Vic. 

, c. 

4. . 


1887 

[50-51 Vic. 

, c. 

24. 

J 

1889 

52 Vic., c. 

3 . 



1890 

53 Vic., c. 

2.. 


l 

1892 

55 -56 Vic. 

, c. 

5" 

M 

1894 

57- 58 Vic. 

, c. 

4.. 


1897 

60-61 Vic. 

, c. 

4 . 

J 

1897 

60-61 Vic, 

, c. 

4 . 


1883 

46 Vic., c. 

5.. 



1884 

47 Vic., c. 

8.. 



1884 

47 Vic., c. 

8.. 



1889 

52 Vic., c. 

3. 


• < 

1893 

156 Vic., c. 

2.. 



1887 

60-61 Vic. 

, c. 

4. 

■ \\ 

1900 

63-64 Vic. 

, c. 

8.. 

./ 

1886 

49 Vic., c. 

10 


• • 1 

1887 

50-51 Vic. 

, c. 

24‘ 

. 1 

1891 

[54-55 Vic. 

, c. 

8. 

./I 

1889 

]52 Vic., c. 

3. 


. 1 

1893 

,56 Vic., c. 

2. 



1890 

53 Vic., c. 

2.. 




Canadian Northern Railway . 


Cape Breton Ry. and Extension Co . 
Cap de la Madeleine Ry 


Caraquet Ry 


Central Ry. New Brunswick. ... 

Central Ontario Ry 

Compagne du chemin de fer de Coloni- 
sation du Nord 

( 

Chateauguay and Northern Ry. . 

\ Coast Ry. now Halifax and Yarmouth 

J Ry. Nova Scotia 

. {Cobourg, Northumberland & Pacific 
Railway 

Cornwallis Valley Ry 

. {Colombia and Kootenay Ry 


Dominion Coal Co 


y {Drummond County Ry 


[avelock Ry.. 


G.T, Georgian Bay and Lake Erie Ry. 
| {Grand Trunk Railway Co | 


Great Eastei n Ry . 


From Pt. Arthur, Duluth and Western Ry. 

to Rainy Lake, Ont. 

Fort Francis to Rainy River, Ont 

From a point 80 miles west of Stanley Sta- 
tion on the Port Arthur, Duluth and 

Western Railway to Fort Frances 

rcrt Hawkesbury to St. Peter’s, N.S. 

Cap de la Madeleine to C . P . R 

Bathhurst to Caraquet., 

Caraquet to Shippegan Harbour 

Lower Caraquet to Shippegan 

Head of Grand Lake to I. C.R., Sussex, X.B. 

In extension ; short voted. » 

Chipman Station to Newcastle Coal Fields. 

Newcastle Coal Fields to Gibson 

From Coe Hill or Rathbun Station to Ban- 
croft 

Labelle to Nominingue 

Bridge over East and West channels of the 

Riviere des Prairies 

B: idge over Lac Ouareau 

From Hochelaga Ward, Montreal, to point 
on Great Northern Ry., near Joliet te. . . . 

Yarmouth to Port Clyde, N.S. 

r 

Cobourg to Ontario and Quebec Ry 

Kentville to Kingsport 

Kootenay Lake to Junction of Kootenay 

and Columbia Rivers 

From Springhill to Oxford Village 

Quebec Central to Dudswell Lime Co.’s 

quarters 

Bridgeport to Louisbourg 

Sunnybrae to County Harbour and County 
Harbour Cro s Roads to Guysboro, N.S.. 

Drummondville towards Nicolet 

I'o Ball’s Wharf, St. I awrence 

Drummondville tn Ste. Rosalie 

Extension to Rosa ie Island 

St. Leon rd to Ohaadiere Junction 

Moose Park to Chaudiere River 

Iberville to St. 1 homas 

Petitcodiac to Havelock Corner 

Wallaceburg to Sarnia 

Esquimalt and Nanaimo, B.C 

To bridge St. Mary’s River 

Parkhead Station to Owen Sound 

Rebuild and enlarge Victoria Bridge. ... j 

Vamaska to River St. Francis 

| St. Francis to St. Gregoire 

( St. Gregoire towards Chaudier * Junction, 

\ LC.R ... 

To bridge Nicolet and St. Francis River. . . 


1 60-61 Vic., cap. 4, 62-63 V ic. , cap. 7, 03-64 Vic., cap. 8, and 1 Edward VII., cap. 7, provide that 
railway (not exceeding in any case the number of miles stated), which shall not cost more on the average 
railway not exceeding the mileage stated, which shall cost more on the average than .$15,000 per mile for 
average cost of the mileage subsidized as is in excess of $15,000 per mile, such subsidy not exceeding in 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 


107 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 
by Money Grant, «fcc. — Continued. 


Details of Subsidy Grant. 

Position of Subsidy Account, to 
June 30, 1903. 

Balance 

Out- 

standing. 

Rate 
per mile. 

N umber 
of 

Miles. 

Total 
for each 
Work. 

Total 
contracted 
* for. 

Cash paid. 

^tbsidy 
; cancelled or 
lapsed. 

f Total 
{ Deduction 
1 from 

I Subsidy 
Liability. 

$ 


$ 

$ 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

6,400 

I 







3,200 

l 290 


1,632,000 

1,534,976 00 


1,534,976 00 

! 

97,024 00 

6,400 





t 

30 

t 

t 

65,280 00 


65,280 00 

t 

3,200 

2 32 

9,600 

9,600 

7,424 00 

2,176 00 

9,600 00 


3,200 

36 

115,200 






3,200 

24 

76,800 

j- 224,000 

224,000 00 


224,000 00 


3' 200 

7 

32,000 



3,200 

10 

128,000 






3,200 

4 50 

14,400 

1 190,400 

142,400 00 



142,400 00 

48,000 00 

3,200 

15 

48,000 

{ 





f 

30 

+ 

1 f 




t 

+ 

21 

t 

t 

67,200 00 


67,200 00 

+ 

t 

22 

f 

f 




f 



150,000 








15,000 

J 165,000 



i 

165,000 00 

+ 

42 

t 

t 




f 

+ I 

T 

61 


1 



1 150,400 00 


I 

150,400 00 

t 

t 

50 

: j 



t 

3,200 i 

14 

44,800 

44,800 



44,800 00 




44,800 00 


3,200 1 

27-76 

112,000 

112,000 

88,800 00 

23,200 00 

112,000 00 


3,200 

14 

44,800 

44,800 

39,850 00 

4,950 00 ! 

44,800 00 


3,200 

480 

22,400 

22,400 

15,360 00 

7,040 00 ! 

22,400 00 


3,200 

27 44 

89,600 

89,600 

87,808 00 

1,792 00 ! 

89,600 00' 



t 

65 







3,200 


f 96,000 






3,200 


■ 14,400 






3,200 

3,200 

l 13560 

j 76,800 

] 14,720 : 

)■ 433,920 

423,936 00j 

9,984 00 

433,920 00 


3,200 


| 96,000 






t 


l 136,000 

J 





f i 

24 



69,952 00 


69,952 00 


3,200 

12 

38 400 

38,400 

38,400 00 


38,400 00 


3,200 

30 

96,000 

96,000 

96,000 00 


96,000 00 


Bulk. 

71 

750,000 

750,000 

750,000 00 


750,000 00 


Bonus. 

1-33 

30,000 

30,000 

30,000 00[ 


30,000 00 


3,200 

1242 

48,000 

48,000 

39,744 00 

8,256 00 

48,000 00 


Bulk. 


500,000 

500,000 

500,000 00 


500,000 00 


j 




3,200 



r 32,000 

'v 





3,200 : 


96 000 



189,155 00 



' 

12 50 | 


- 229,500 

40,345 00 

229,500 00 


3,200 


64,000 






Bulk. 

4 

„ 37,500 

J 






the Governor General in Council may grant a subsidy of $3,200 per mile cowards the construction of each 
than $15,000 per mile for the mileage subsidized, and towards the construction of each of the said lines of 
the mileage subsidized, a further sum beyond the sum of $3,200 per mile of fifty per cent on so much of the 
the whole the sum of $6,400 per mile. 


108 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


i 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

No. 1. Lines of Railways subsidized 



Railway. 


1884; 47 Vic., c. 8 

1886|49 Vic., c. 10 

1889; 52 Vic., c. 3 

1894; 57-58 Vic., c. 4. . . . 

1899 ;62-63 Vic., c. 7. . . . 


1897 1 60-61 Vic., c. 4. . 


1899162-63 Vic., c. 7. . 


1894 1 57- 58 Vic., c. 84. 

1897 60-61 Vic., c. 4.. 
1887 50-51 Vic., c. 24. 
1887 1 50- 51 Vic., c. 24. 
1894157-58 Vic., c. 4. 
1886 1 49 Vic., c. 24. . . . 

1889 52 Vic., c. 3 

1883|46 Vic-., e. 25.. . 
1897 j 60-61 Vic., c. 4. . 

18841 47 Vic., c. 8 

1893, 56 Vic., c, 2 

1899 62-63 Vic., c. 7 . 


}■ Great Northern Ry. 


Gulf Shore Ry. 


Guelph Junction Ry 

i Harvey Branch Ry. . < 


Hereford Ry. 


International Ry 

Inverness and Richmond 

Irondale, Bancroft and Ottawa Ry. . . 


1886 49 Vic., c. 10. . . . 

1887 50-51 Vic., c. 24. 

1884 47 Vic., c. 3. . 

1883:46 Vic., c. 25. . . . 
1886 49 Vic., c. 10. . . 
1887,50-51 Vic., c. 24. 
1889 52 Vic., c. 3 . . . . 
1892 55-56 Vic., c. 5. 
1892 55-56 Vic., c. 5. . 


James Bay Ry 

j Joggings Ry. Co. 

j Kingston and Pembroke. 


Kingston, Napanee and Western . . - 


1886 49 Vic., c. 10. . . . 

1887 50-51 Vic., c. 24 . 
1892 55-56 Vic., c. 2. . 
1899 62-63 Vic., c. 7. . 

1885 '48-49 Vic., c. 59. 
1887150-51 Vic., c. 24. 
1894 57-58 Vic., c. 4. . 
1894 57- 58 Vic., c. 4. 

1885,48- 49 Vic., c. 59. 
1887 50-51 Vic., c. 24. 
1892 55-56 Vic., c. 5. . 
1894 57-58 Vic., c. 4. . 
1901 1 Ed. VII., o. 7. 


L’Assomption Ry 

Lake Erie and Detroit River Ry 

Lake Teiniscamingue Ry 


- 


1899 

1899 


| : Leamington and Lake St. Clair Ry. 

I 


62-63 Vic. c. 7. 
62-63 Vic., c. 7. 


Lotbiniere and Megantic Ry. ( 

Maganetawan River Ry 


Massawippi Valley Ry. Co. 
Midland, Ry., N.S 


Description of Link Subsidized. 


St. Jerdme to New Glasgow 

New Glasgow to Montcalm 

St. Andrew’s to Lachute 

From east end of 15 miles subsidized by 56 

Vic., c. 2 

53^ miles between Montcalm and St. Tite 
to junction with Lower Laurentian Ry. . 
/St. Jerdme, Que., to Hawkesbury, Ont. . 

\ Bridge over Ottawa River at Hawkesbury 

/ Steel bridge and viaduct at Maskinonge'i 

j River [ 

1 Bridge across Riviere du Loup j 

•. St. Maurice River. . . . J 

Branch from main line to Shawinigan Falls 
From point on Caraquet Ry. near Poke- 

mouche towards Tracadie 

From above section to Big Tracadie, N.B. 

Campbell ville and C. P. R. to Guelph 

South terminus of Albert Ry. to Harvey . \ 

Balance revoted, $4,046.43 j 

Hereford to International Ry 

Cookshire to Quebec Central at Dudswell . . 
Sherbrooke to International Boundary. . . . 
Pt. Hawkesbury to Pt. Hood and Broad Cove 
Victoria Branch of Midland Ry. to Bancroft 

Re vote lapsed ; balance, $145,000 

From main line of Ottawa, Arnprior and 
Parry Sound Ry. to Town of Parry Sound. 

McCann Station to Joggins 

From north end towards wharf 

Mississipi to Pembroke 

Napanee to Tamworth 

Tam worth to Tweed 

North end of section surveyed to Tweed . . . 
At or near Harrowsmith to Sydenham . . . 

Yarker to Harrowsmith 

Extension to Co. of Hastings and Iron De- 
posit fields 

L’Assomption to L’Epiphanie 

Walkerville to Cedar Creek 

Cedar Creek to Ridgetown 

Ridgetown to St. Thomas 

Long Sault to foot of Lake Temiscamingue. 

Revote for construction of wharfs 

Mattawa to Lake Kippewa 

Wooden truss bridge near Mattawa 

Balance of 1887 

Comber to Lake Erie 

Extension 

St. Jean Deschaillons towards Glen Loyd. . 

An extension 

At or near Burk’s Falls to Maganetawan 

River 

Extension T to Stanstead Plain, Que 

Windsor, N.S., to Truro 


f 60-61 Vic., cap. 4, 62-63 Vic., cap. 7, 63 64 Vic., cap. 8 and 1 Edward VII., cap. 7, provide that the 
exceeding in any case the number of miles respectively stated), which shall not cost more on the average 
railway not exceeding the mileage stated, which shall cost more on the average than 815,000 j»er mile for 
the average cost of the mileage subsidized as is in excess of $15,000 per mile, such subsidy not exceeding in 


1 


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109 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

by Money Grant, &c. — Continued. 


Details of Subsidy Grant. 


Rate 
per Mile. 

Number 

of 

Miles. 

§ 


3,200 

3.200 

3.200 

1 

+ 


15 p. c. on 

150 09 

amount ex- 
pended. 

15 p. c. on 
amount ex- 
pended, 
not exceed ’g 

1 

+ 

\ 

3,200 

t 

[ 17i 

3,200 

15 25 

3,200 

3 

3,200 

3,200 

| 48 50 

3,200 ! 

49 

t 

98 

} 3,200 

50 


Total 
for each 
Work. 

Total 

contracted 

for. 

§ 

§ 

1 f 32,000 ' 


57,600 


22,400 


70,400 . 


| 169,952 * 


!•{ 111,872 

y 590,989 

52,500 1 


j 46,425 


I l 27,840 ! 

I 

)\ 

| 38,400 | 

38,400 

51,200 | 

51,200 

9,600 | 

9,600 

f 108,800 
\ 48,000 ; 

} 156,800 

156,800 

156,800 ; 

160,000 ! 

160,000 


t 

3,200 
3,200 J 
3,200 


5 

12 00 -| 
15 


t 

38,400 i 
4,000 j 
48,000 


t 

42,400 

48,000 





3,200 


3,200 
3,200 1 
3,200 - 

t J 


4,950 
15 p. 100 


3,200 ) 
3,200 / 

3.200 | | 

3.200 I 


6135 


3 50 
128-05 


45 84 | 


16 


30 


268,400 


11,200 
118,400 1 
224,000 V 

25,600 'j 
27,160 i 
247,500 y 

15.000 | 
12,440 J 
44,8Q0 \ 

6,400 J 

48.000 \ 
48,000 J 


268,400 


11,200 

342,400 

t 


327,700 


51,200 

96,000 


t 

3,200 

t 


~l-68 

58 


t 

5,376 

t 


t 

5,376 


Position of Subsidy Account, to j 
June 30, 1903. 

R \ | \ vnu 



Total 

da la .\ l h 

Out- 


Subsidy 

Deduction j 

standing. 

Cash paid. 

cancelled or 

f i om 



lapsed. 

Subsidy i 




Liability. ' 


§ cts. ! 

§ cts. 

§ CtS. ! 

§ cts. 



• 


557,788 81 

18,477 89 

576,266 20 


} 53,699 20 


53,699 20 


1 . .... 


f 

46,000 00 

j 5,200 00 

51,200 00 


5,553 57 

4,046 43 

9,600 00 


155,200 00 

1,600 00 

156,800 00 


156,800 00 



156,800 00 


311,375 58 


311,375 53 

t * 

144,000 00 


144,000 00 

t 





37,500 00 

4,900 00 

42,400 00 


48,000 00 


48,000 00 


208,732 80 

59,667 20 

268,400 00 


11,200 00 


11,200 00 


| 475,851 00 

3,669 00 

479,520 00 

t 

310,335 95 

! 

17,364 05 

327,700 00 



51,200 00 


51,200 00 


96,000 00 


96,000 00 


3,552 00 


3,552 00 


5,376 00 


5,376 00 


360,450 00 


360,450 00 

+ 


Governor in Council may grant a subsidy of §3,200 per mile towards the construction of each railway (not 
than §15,000 per mile for the mileage subsidized, and towards the construction of each of the said lines of 
the mileage subsidized, a further subsidy beyond the sum of §3,200 per mile of fifty per cent on so much of 
the whole the sum of §6,400 per mile. 


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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


i 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 1 . — List of Railways subsidized 


Act. 


Railway. 


Description of Line Subsidized. 



• 



1885 

57-58 Vic., 

,c.59. . 

1890 

53 Vic., c. 

2.. 


1899 

62-63 Vic. 

c.: 

r... > 

1900 

63-64 Vic., 

, c. 

8.. 

1885 

48-49 Vic.. 

1 c. 

59. 

1887 

50-51 Vic., 

. c. 

24. - 

1888 

51 Vic., c. 

3. 

... J 

1887 

50-51 Vic.. 

i c. 

24.4 

1894 

57-58 Vic., 

, c. 

4.. \ 

1894 

57-58 Vic., 

1 c. 

4.. J 

1890 

53 Vic., c. 

2.. 


1886 

49 Vic., c. 

10 


1890 

53 Vic., c. 

2. 

.... j 

1893 

56 Vic., c. 

2 

...4 

1894 

57-58 Vic.. 

i c. 

4..T 

1897 

60-61 Vic. 

, c. 

4 .. f 

1900 

63-64 Vic. 

, c. 

. 8.J 

1901 

1 Ed. VII 

., c 

. 7.. 

1900 

63-64 Vic. 

, e. 

8.... 

1894 

57-58 Vic.. 

, c. 

4.. . . 

1885 

48-49 Vic.! 

, c. 

59... 

1892 

55 56 Vic. 

, c. 

5.... 

1882 

45 Vic., c. 

14 

.. .1 

1883 

46 Vic., c. 

25 

.... / 

1887 

50-51 Vic. 

, c. 

24.1 

1888 

51 Vic., c. 

3. 

.... [ 

1893 

56 Vic., c. 

2. 

...J 

1901 

1 Ed. VII 

: 

• i 1 

c. 7.. 

1899 

62- 63 Vic. 

c. 

7..} 

1892 

,55-56 Vic. 

, c. 

25... 

1893 

56 Vic., c. 

2.. 


1890 

53 Vic., c. 

2.. 


1889 

52 Vic., c. 

3.. 


1893 

1 56 Vic., c. 

2. 


1899 

(62-63 Vic. 

c. 

7.... 

1892 

155-56 Vic. 

, c. 

5. . \ 

1897 

60-61 Vic. 

, c. 

4.. / 


f ' St. Lambert to Sore! 

To complete line 

Bridge over Richelieu River at Sorel 


Montreal and Sorel Ry., now South 
Shore Ry. 


Montreal and Champlain Junction 
jManitoulin and North Shore Ry. . . 
Montreal and Ottawa Ry 

Montreal and Western Ry 

i Montreal and Lake Maskinonge Ry. 


Montford and Colonization Ry. , now 
Montfort and Gatineau Coloniza- 
tion Ry 


Montreal and Province Line Ry. . . 
Middleton and Victoria Beach Ry. 

Nakusp and Slocan 

New Brunswick and P. E. Island 
New Glasgow Iron and Coal Co. Ry 

Northern and Pacific Junction Ry.. 
Nova Scotia Central Ry 


Nova Scotia Eastern Ry. 


Nova Scotia Southern Ry 

(Ontario, Belmont and Northern Ry 
Oshawa Railway Co 


I Orford Mountain Ry 

Ottawa, Northern and Western Ry 


ii Yamaska River at Yamaska . . 
Sorel Junction along south shore to Lot- 
biniere. 

L I Bridge over St. Francois River 

f | Brosseau to Du idee 

i (Salmon River to Port Covington 

I (From end of subsidized line ... 

. Little Current to Sudbury 

{ (Vaudreuil to Hawkesbury 

| Revote of $22, 400 lapsed . . . 

From west end towards Ottawa 

. |.3t. Jerome towards the Desert 

I | St. Felix to Lake Maskinonge . . 

t jin extension ... 

(Lachute to St. Jerome 

End of 21 miles already subsidized west- 
ward to Rouge River 

; Montfort Junction to Arundel 

Arundel to a point in Townships of Pres- 

| ton and Hartwell, Que 

. . (Farnham to Frelighsburg, Que 

. . Bridgetown to Victoria Beach, N.S 

. . Nakusp to Forks at Carpenter Creek .... 

(Sackville to near Cape Tormentine 

Eureka Junction to Sunnybrae 

Gravenhurst to Callandar 

Additional 

Lunenburg to New Germany, also to rail- 
way wharf at Bridgewater 

Revotfc of $4,500 

New Glasgow to Country Harbour and to 
Guysboro’, Windsor Junction to Upper 
Musquodoboit. 

f From a point on Central Ry. at New Ger- 
many to Liverpool 

U Indian Gardens to Shelburne 

. . Belmont Iron Mines to C P.R. and Central 

Ontario 

. . Port Oshawa to Mill Street to Town Hall 

! to G.T.R. station 

. .[Eastman to Kingsbury 

. . Hull station towards Desert. . 


Ottawa, Arnprior and Parry Sound 
Ry. Co. 


. . In and through Hull 

Point on C.P.R. to Eganville 

Eganville to Barry’s Bay 

(Barry’s Bay to N. Pacific Junction Ry. 
From the crossing of N. Pacific Junction 
j Ry. to 52 miles west of Barry’s Bay and 
' across Parry’s Island . 


t 60-01 Vic., cap. 4, 62-63 Vic., cap. 7, 63-4 V[ic., cap. 8, and 1 Edward VII., c. 7, provide that the 
exceeding in any case the number of miles respectively stated), which shall not cost more on the average 
railway not exceeding the mileage stated, which shall cost more on the average than $15,000 per mile for 
average cost of the mileage subsidized as is in excess of $15,000 per mile, such subsidy not exceeding in the 


i 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 


111 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

bv Money Grant, Ac. — Continued. ' 


Details of Subsidy Grant. 


Rate 
per Mile. 


Number 

of 

Miles. 


$ 

1,600 

Bulk. 

15 p. c. on! 
amount ex- 
pended 


500 

3,200 

t 

3,200 

3,200 

5,161 

3,200 

3,200 

3,200 

3,200 

2,000 


t 

i r 

3,200 
3,200 
3,200 
6,000 If 
6,000 II. 

3,200 \ 
3,200 i I 


t 

t 

3,200 

3,200 

3,200 


t 

3,200 

3,200 

4,800 


44 67 


82 


60 

20 

3 

66 

60 

70 

12-90 


63 

19 

30 

38 

35 45 
12 45 

110 

73 50 
120 


Total 
for each 
Work. 


Position of Subsidy Account, to 
June 30, 1903. 


if 


I ” i 


97 

10 

7 

26-50 

86 

4 

163 


72,000 ' 1 
40,000 


35.000 

50.000 


30.000 

64.000 
9,600 
t 

96.000 

’ 96,000 
361,270 

32.000 
10,200 
67,200 

38,400 

66.000 

t 

•t 

+ 

121,600 

118,400 

40,000 


108,800 ' 
147,200 j 

t 


t 

32.000 

22.400 
99,200 

320.000 

t 

+ 

70.400 

96.000 

264.000 

349,312 


Total 
on tr acted 
for. 

Cash paid. 

Total 

Subsidy Deduction 

cancelled or from 

lapsed. Subsidy 

Liability. 

Balance 

Out- 

standing. 

$ 

$ cts. ! 

$ cts. ^ 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

247,000 

213,047 76 

2,078 00 1 

215,125 76 

t 

103,600 

LOS, 600 00 


103,600 00 


t 

32,000 00 


32,000 00 

t 

192,000 

192,000 00 


192,000 00 


361,270 

361,270 00 


361,270 00 


42,200 

41,280 00 

920 00 

42,200 00 


171,600 

167,440 00 

10,160 00 

177,600 00 


t 




t 

■f 

58,560 00 


58,560 00 

f 


+ 

121,600 i 

117,760 00 

3,840 00 

121,600 001 


118,400 ! 

113,440 00 

4,960 00 

\ 118,400 00 


40,000 

39,840 00 

160 00 

40,000 00 


1,320,000 1 

1,320,000 00 


1,320,000 00 


256,000 

235,200 00 

20,800 00 

256,000 00 

. .,... .. 

f 




t 

f 




f 

32,000 

30,720 00 

1,280 00 

32,000 00 


22,400 

22,400 00 


22,400 00 


99,200 

84,800 00 

14,400 00 

99,200 00 


320,000 

292,320 00 

35,872 00 

328,292 00 


f 





f 





- 779,712 

779,712 00 


779,712 00 






Governor in Council may grant a subsidy of $3,200 per mile towards the construction of each railway (not 
than $15,000 per mile for the mileage subsidized, and towards the construction of each of the said lines of 
the mileage subsidized, a further sum beyond the sum of $3,200 per mile of fifty per cent on so much of the 
whole the sum of $6,400 per mile. 


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3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

No. 1 . — List of Railways subsidized 



Descbiption of Line Subsidized. 


1897 

60-61 Vic.. 

, c. 

4 • 1 

1900 

63 64 Vic., 

, c. 

8.. / 

1889 

52 Vic., c. 

3. . 

....11 

1894 

57-58 Vic., 

, c. 

4../ 

1893 

56 Vic., c. 

2. 

...) 

1894 

57-58 Vic.. 

, c. 

4 

1894 

57- 58 Vic. , 

, c. 

4.. J 

1897 

60-61 Vic., 

c. 

A... 

1897 

60-61 Vic., 

c. 

4.. 1 

1900 

63-64 Vie., 

, c. 

8.. i 

1892 

55-56 Vic. 

» C. 

5. . I 

1899 

62-63 Vic., 

c. 

7 -J 

1889 

52 Vic., c. 

3. 


1888 

51 Vic., c. 



1897 

60-61 Vic., 

> C. 

4.. . . 

1884 

47 Vic., c. 

8. 

...1 

1888 

51 Vic., c. 


. .. \ 

1894 

57-58 Vic. 

, c. 

4 ../ 

1882 

45 Vic., c. 

14 

. ..V 
• .. 1 

1883 

46 Vic., c. 

25 

1886 48-49 Vic v 

, c. 

50. 1 

1886 1 

49 Vic., c. 

10 

1 

1887: 

50-51 Vic. 

, c. 

24. | 

1888 

51 Vic., c. 

3 . 

... 1 

1889 

52 Vic., c. 

3 . 


1890 

53 Vic., c. 

2 . 


1894 

;57-58 Vic. 

, c. 

4- 1 

i 

1899 

1 62-63 Vic. 

, c. 

) 

7 . 1 

1900 

<63-64 Vic. 

, c. 

8../ 

1889 

52 Vic., c. 

3 . 


1901 

1 Ed., VII, c 

;. 7. . 

1897^60-61 Vic. 

, c. 

4 ... 

1889 

52 Vic., c. 

3 


1887 

|50-51 Vic. 

, c. 

24 . 

1887 

1 50-51 Vic. 

, c. 

24 .. 

1889 

52 Vic., c. 

3. 


1891 

54-55 Vic. 

, c. 

8.... 

1884 

47 Vic., c. 

8. 


1890 

53 Vic., c. 

2 

.‘.'.1 

1892 

55- 56 Vic. 

, c. 

5.. [ 

1897 

i G0-G1 Vic. 

, c. 

4..) 

1893 

156 Vic., c. 

2.. 

....1 

1897 

160-61 Vic. 

, c. 

4.. f 

1900 

63-64 Vic. 

.. c, 

. 8. . . . 

1897 

60-61 Vic. 

, c. 

A.... 


Ottawa and New York. 


Pontiac Pacific Junction. 


Pontiac Pacific Junction and Ottaw 
and Gatineau Ry. 

Philips burg Junction Ry 


Pontiac and Renfrew Ry 

Port Arthur, Duluth and Western 
Pembroke Southern Ry 


Quebec Central Ry. 


j Cornwall to Ottawa 

( Bridge over St. Lawrence at Cornwall. . . . 

I Parry Sound to Sandridge 

i. j Re vote of lapsed balance 

Hull to Aylmer 

Aylmer to Pembroke 

Bridging Ottawa at Culbute and line to 

Pembroke . . . 

Revote of lapsed balance $114,272. .... 

Interprovincial bridge, Ottawa River. . . . 

Stanbridgc to Philipsburg (revote of $2,912, 
57-58 Vic., c. 4, 1894. unexpended balance) 
To government wharf at Philipsburg .... 

Braeside to Pontiac Pacific Junction 

Port Arthur to Flint Lake 

Pembroke to Golden Lake 

i Beauce Junction towards boundary 

From point on Tring Station to point on 

I.C.R. near Lake Megantic 

f St. Raymond to Lake St. John 


Ry 


Quebec and Lake St. .John.. 


Junction North Shore Ry. to St. Raymond. 

! 50 miles n. of St. Raymond to Lake St. J ohn . 

! j Quebec to Lake St. John (additional). . . . 

. -j St. John towards Chicoutimi 

! ! Extension towards Chicoutimi 

i | St. Charles Bridge and 12 miles, Lorette to 

Charlesbourg 

| : Eastward for line at deep water at Chicou- 

■ l! timi 

Quebec Bridge Co 0YCT St - Lawrenee at Chaudiere 

Quebec, Montmorency and Charle- 
voix Ry !East Bank to St. Charley River near Cape 

Tormentine . 

! Quebec and New Brunswick Ry j Extension of St. Francis Branch of Temis- 

couata Ry. to mouth of St. Francis River. 
Campbellton towards Grand Falls, N.B.. . . 

Sicamous to point on Lake Okanagan 

Port Rowan to Simcoe 

St. Catharines to Niagara River. 

West Sarnia to Port Huron 


Ristigouche and Western Ry 

Shuswap and Okanagan Ry 

South Norfolk Ry 

St. Catharines and Niagara Central 

;St. Clair Frontier Tunnel 

St. Lawrence, Lower Laurentian andj 

Saguenay . 

St. Louis. Richibucto and Buctouche. 


St. Lawrence and Adirondack 

;St. Stephen and Mill town. . .. 
St. Mary River Co 


lie de l’Energie Ry. 


Grand Piles to Junct. with Lake St. John. 

St. Louis to Richibucto 

Valleyfield to Huntingdon . . 

End of Huntingdon and end at boundary. . 

Beauharnois to Caughnawaga. 

St. Stephen to Milltown 

From a point on the Alberta Ry. and Coal 
Co.’s Ry. towards Cardston, N.W.T. . . 
St. Gabriel to Ste. Emelie de I’Energie and 
from a point on main line to St. Jean de 
Matha, Que 


1 60-61 Vic., c. 4, 62-63 Vic., c. 7, 63-64 Vic., c. 8 and 1 Edward VII, c. 7, provide that the Governor 
in any case the number of miles respectively stated), which shall not cost more on the average than $15,000 
exceeding the mileage stated, which shall cost more on the average than $15,000 per mile for the mileage 
cost of the mileage subsidized as is in excess of $15,000 per mile, such subsidy not exceeding in the whole 


i 


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113 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

by Money Grant, &3. — Continued. 


Details of Subsidy Grant. 


Rate 
per Mile. 


Number 

of 

Miles. 


Total 
for each 
Work. 


Total 

contracted 

for. 


Position of Subsidy Account, to 
June, 30, 1903. 


Cash paid. 


Subsidy 
cancelled or 


Total 

Deduction 

from 

Subsidy 

Liability. 


Balance 

Out- 

standing. 


3,200 


3,200 

3,200 


Bulk. ) 

15 p. c. on|\ 
amt. exp’d. / 

3,200 | 

t 

3,200 ; 
3,200 | 
+3,200 ; 
3,200 


3,200 

3,200 

3,200 

3,200 

Bulk. 

3,200 

3,200 

3,200 


3,200 


3,200 


3,200 

+ 

+ 

3,200 

3,200 

3,200 


Bulk. 


3,200 

3,200 

3,200 

+ 

3,200 

+ 

2,500 


53 87 


47 75 


70 


90.000 
L28,000 

64.000 

24.000 
257,600 

31,500 


90,000 
1- 192,000 


313,100 


8 06 


425 

84‘75 

20 

74-86 


245 85 


30 

3 

40 

51 

17 

12 

2 23 

38 85 
7 

33 51 
464 
30 


20 


212,500 00 

23,712 

+ 

19,200 

271,200 

64.000 
60,342 

288.000 
? 384,000 

80.000 
96,000 

186,295 

28,800 

96.000 

64.000 

30.000 
38,400 

6,400 

1,000,000 


96,000 


212,500 00 

23,712 

+ 

19,200 
271,200 
64,000 00 

348,342 


V 1,009,895 


1,000,000 

96,000 

+ 


$ cts. 
262,384 00 
152,800 00 

193,578 00 

212,500 00 

23,712 00 

+ 

13,600 00 
271,200 00 
64,000 00 

348,342 00 


1,006,743 50 


374,353 33 


96,000 00 


163,200 

54.400 

38.400 ! 
375,000 | 

217,600 | 

22.400 | 
57,600 
25,024 

t 

11,200 

3,648 

75,000 


163,200 

54.400 

38.400 
375,000 

217,600 

22.400 

82,624 

t 


14,848 

75,000 


46,930 00 
163,200 00 

54.400 00 

38.400 00 
375,000 00 

217,600 00 

22.400 00 

} 149,481 60 
1 1 14,848 00 
75,000 00 


$ cts. 

39,200 00 
5,250 00 


$ cts. j $ cts. 

262,384 00 

192,000 00 


198,828 00 

212,500 00 
23,712 00| 


5,600 00 


3,151 50 


19,200 0 > 
271,200 00 
64,000 00 

348,342 00 


1,009,895 00 


374,353 33 


96,000 00 


17,622 40 


46,930 00 
163,200 00 

54.400 00 

38.400 00 
375,000 00 

217,600 00 j 

22.400 00; 
167,104 00 


114,272 00 


625,646 67 


14,848 00 


<5,000 00 . 


in Council may grant a subsidy of S3, 200 per mile towards the construction of each railway (not exceeding 
per mile for the mileage subsidized, and towards the construction of each of the said lines of railway not 
subsidized, a further subsidy beyond the sum of $3,200 per mile of fifty per cent on so much of the average 
the sum of $6,400 per mile. 

2— i— 8 


114 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


i 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

No. 1. — List of Railways subsidized 


Act. 


1901 

1 Ed. VII 

, c. 

7.. | 

1900 

63-64 Vic., 

c. 

s.. r 

j 

1891 

54-55 Vic. 

, c. 

8. . 1 

1900 

63-64 Vic. 

, c. 

8../ 

1882 

45 Vic., c. 

14 

....) 

1885 

|48-49 Vic.; 

c. 

8... 

1888 

51 Vic. , c. 

3. 

....} 

1890 ! 

53 Vic., c. 

2. 

.... | 

1892 

55-56 Vic.. 

, c. 

5..J 

1894 

57-58 Vic.. 

. c. 

4. A 

1897 

60-61 Vic.! 

, c. 

4.. \ 

1899 

62-63 Vic.! 

, c. 

7.J 

1891 1 

54-55 Vic., 

, c. 

3..) 

1890 

53 Vic., c. 

2. 

■\ 

1892 

55-56 Vic., 

c. 

5...J 

1886 

49 Vic., c. 

10, 


1901 J 

1 Ed., VII, c 

:. 7... 

1893 

56 Vic., c. 

2. 

....\ 

1894 

57-58 Vic. 

, c. 

4.J 

1890 

53 Vic., c. 

2. 

....{ 

1890 

53 Vic., c. 

2. 


1899 

62-63 Vic., 

c. 

7.... 


Railway. 


Description of Line Subsidized. 


Sehomberg and Aurora. 
Thousand Islands Ry 




From a point on G.T.R., between Stations 

King and Newmarket to Sehomberg 

Extension from its easterly terminus to 

Bonds Lake 

St. Lawrence near Gananoque ..... . 

Extension from present northerly terminus 

to a point easterly .* 

Riviere du Loup to Edmundston ... 


Temiscouata Ry . Co ■{ j In extension towards St. Francis River . . 


Tilsonburg, Lake Erie and Pacific. . 


Tobique and Valley Ry 

Toronto, Grey and Bruce 

Trans-Canada Ry . 

United Counties Ry | 

j Waterloo Junction Ry 

Western Counties Ry 

West Ontario and Pacific and Ontario 

and Quebec . . 

Y ork and Carleton .... 


In addition to 53 Vic., c. 2 

Port Burwell to Tilsonburg 

Present terminus through Tilsonburg to the 

Michigan Central Railway 

Tilsonburg to Ingersoll or Woodstock. . 
Perth Centre towards Plaister Rock. . . 

In extension 


Glenannan to Wingham. . . 

Roberval, westward towards James Bay.. . 

Iberville to St. Hyacinthe 

St. Hyacinthe to Sorel .... . 

Waterloo to Elmira. 

Digby to Annapolis 


Woodstock to Chatham 

Cross Creek Station to Stanley Village, N.B 


f 60-61 Vic., c. 4, 62-63 Vic., c. 7, 63-64 Vic., c. 8 and 1 Edward Vll, c. 7, provide that the Governor 
in any case the number of miles respectively stated), which shall not cost more on the average than 81 5, OOu 
exceeding the mileage stated, which shall cost more on the average than $15,000 per mile for the mileage 
cost of the mileage subsidized as is in excess of $15,000 per mile, such subsidy not exceeding in the whole 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 


115 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

by Money Grant, &c. — Concluded. 


Details of Subsidy Grant. 


Rate 
per Mile. 


Number 

of 

Miles. 


Total 
for each 
Work. 


19 

6-; 


| 11295 || 


3,200 

3,200 

t 


t 


3,200 

t 

3.200 

3.200 I / 

*,200 

Bulk. 

3.200 
t 


19 41 

52 80 

27-88 

4-58 

60 

65 

10 25 

20 

80 

6 


t 

54.400 


Total 

contracted 

for. 


) ( 240,000 \\ 

j 258,000 

l 1 1 9 • U 100 000 ' 


240.000 

258.000 

100.000 
51,200 
21,600 

51.200 

t 

... ..... 

134,016 

16,000 

I- 

102,400 

102,4(0 

35.200 

500.000 

256.000 
+ 


$ 

t 

54,400 


Position of Subsidy Account, to 
June 30, 1903. 


j Subsidy 

Cash paid, j cancelled or 
lapsed. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


670,800 

51,200 

t 

’ t‘ 

134,016 

16,000 

t 


29,840 00| 30,000 00 


645,950 00 

113,431 48 1 

134,016 00 
14,656 00 


24,850 00 


Total 

Deduction 

from 

Subsidy 

Liability. 


$ cts. 


Balance 

Out- 

standing. 


59,840 00 


204,800 I 188,816 00 

35,200 32,800 00 

500.000 ; 500,000 00 

256.000 | 256,000 00 

f 18,336 00 


1,344 00 


670,800 00 

113,431 48 

134,016 00 

16,000 00 


52,030,347 51 




15,984 00 204,800 00 

2,400 00 35,200 00 

500,000 00 


256.000 00 
18,336 00 


r04,646 27152,734,993 78 


$ cts. 


in Council may grant a subsidy of $3,200 per mile towards the construction of each rail way (not exceeding 
per mile for the mileage subsidized, and towards the construction of each of ti e said lines of railway not 
subsidized, a further subsidy beyond the sum of $3,200 per mile of fifty per cent on so much of the average 
the sum of $6,400 per mile. 


No. 2. — Statement showing Railways receiving Cash Subsidies (not included in Statement No. 1), of fixed amounts payable Annually 
Semi-annually for fixed periods of years, or interest in place of or until the Capital granted be paid. 


116 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


3-4 EDWARD VII., i 


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Succession No. II I i oucceoouMi 


i PUBLIC ACCOUNTS - 117 

9 iESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 


No. 3. — Statement showing Railways subsidized by the Grant of Loans. 


A ^ 

00 

2 p . 

JO ^ -U 
12 CO C , 

M 

2 c fcc 
* 

Year. 

1 ■ j 

' Designation 
of Act. 

Description of Lines Subsidized. 

Amount 

of 

authorized 

Loan. 

Amount 

of 

Loan paid 
to the 
j Company. 

Amount 

of 

Loan 

undrawn. 




Loans. 

$ 

$ cts. j 

$ cts. 

95 

1886 

49 Vic., c. 10. . . 

Albert Railway Company, Salisbury to 







Hopewell 

15,000 

14,725 56 

274 44 

165 

1889 

52 Vic., c. 3 

Fredericton and St. Mary’s Bridge Com- 







pany 

300,000 

300,000 00 


17 

1883 

46 Vic., c. 26. . . . 

St. John Bridge and Railway Extension 




I 

Company 

500,000 

433,900 00 

66,100 00 


No 4. — Statement showing Railways subsidized by the Grant of certain used Iron 
Rails valued at the amount set forth and by special Act. 


Year. 


143 


144 I 

145 i 

146 j 

147 

148 

149 


185 


230 


Designation 
of Act. 


| Tons 
of used 
; Rails. 


f j Central Ry. Co. of New 
Brunswick 


Elgin, Petitcodiac k Have- 
lock 

Kent Northern Ry. of New 

1888 ;51 Vic., c. 3. . . -{ j Brunswick 

Halifax Cotton Co. Siding. . 

Canada Steel Co 

Albert Railway Co 

| Chatham Branch Railway . . 
1 1 Low, Reid &Co 


1889 


1890 


52 Vic., c. 5. . . 


52 Vic., c. 5. 


Total . 


Special Act. — Qu’Appelle, 
Long Lake and Saskatche- 
wan Rail and Steamboat 

Co 

Special Act. — Calgary and 
Edmonton Railway 


4,052 

2,201 

2,549 

233 

597 

726 

958 

52 


$ cts. 

83,612 54 

44,252 82 

58,334 27 
4,335 00 
11,964 66 
14,665 45 
24,439 84 
1,056 61 


Paid. 


$ cts. 

83,612 54 
44,252 82 


242,661 19 


-5 53 

^ g 
fcD 3 ^ 

o3 

CQ 


$ cts. 


24,439 84 


58,334 27 
4,335 00 
11,964 66 
14,665 45 

; 1,056 6i 


152,305 20 j 90,355 99 


For transport of men, supplies, materials and 
mails for 20 years, $80,000 per annum on 
conditions. 


1895 158-9 Vic., c. 8. 


f Special Act — 

Lake Manitoba Ry. and I For transport, &c., $40,000, 20 years. 
Canal Co I 

! Winnipeg Great Northern u m n 

l Ry. Co | 


2 — i — 9 




SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 r ~ A. 1904 



PART II 

« 

REVENUE STATEMENTS 



3-4 EDWARD VII. 





2 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


11 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 


No. 

Statement of the Revenue arising from the Customs Duties, <fec., of Canada for 
Dr. * PROVINCE OF 


Balance 
at Dr. 
on 

July 1, 
1902. 


$ cts. 


296 63 
6,708 42 


3,178 70 
35 71 

1,492 oi 


Balance 
at Cr. 
on 

July 1, 
1902. 


1,165 19 


299 55 
164 84 ; 


1,841 08 
2!82i 35’ 


1,881 26 
524 02 


526 89 
3,902 58 


24,838 83 


$ cts. 

0 01 j 


0 09 
58 90 
0 27 ! 
0 55 j 


0 02 


0 10 


3 95 
0 03 


63 92 


Customs 

Duties. 


Bonding 

Warehouse 

Fees. 


$ cts. 


25,256 

81,138 

146,620 

13,034 

263,223 

247.276 
148,498 
134,014 

20,926 

37,876 

30,158 

21,767 

337,578 

89,454 

27,029 

52,980 

120.276 
1,052,593 

18,750 

39,112 

159,314 

27,299 

777,590 

26,874 

4,724 

11,957 

102,172 

34,791 

678,296 

37,671 

39,885 

44,190 

213,548 

15,996 

99,728 

69,780 

19,753 

165,480 

213,968 

434,050 

353,774 

33,134 

149,633 

7,044,026 

20,528 

14,752 

9,784 

505,949 

77,556 


14,293,780 23 


$ cts. 

2 00 
80 00 
80 00 


71 00 
53 00 
2 00 
20 00 


63 33 


10 00 
454 65 


80 00 


290 00 


37 00 

546 67 
40 00 


40 00 


200 00 
40 00 
40 00 
40 00 
5 00 
40 00 


Warehouse 

Storage 

Fees. 


12 00 
40 00 
887 77 


110 00 


3,284 42 


$ cts. 


2,547 03 


2,547 03 


Sundries. 

3 


$ cts. 
3 32 


37 87 


37 04 
29 62 


14 16 


43 80 
’ ’ 254 ' 


541 79 


Total 

Receipts, in- 
cluding 
Columns 
Nos.l, 2and3. 


Total. 




§ cts. | 

I 

25,261 99 [ 
81,218 77 
146,700 00 ! 
13,034 90 : 
263,294 30 
247,329 90 
148,500 21 | 
134,072 66 i 
20,926 32 1 
37,876 34 ; 
30,158 71 
21,767 09 j 
337,642 24 j 
89,454 47 ! 
27^029 06 
52,990 65 ! 
120,276 10 
1,053,084 91 ; 
18,750 53 | 
39,112 84 ; 
159,423 90 ! 
27,299 83 ; 
777,894 44 
26,874 30 
4,724 53 
11,957 07 
102,209 36 
34,791 16 
678,843 21 
37,711 08 
39,885 32 
44,190 38 
213,588 74 
15,996 02 
99,028 37 
69,820 38 
19,793 46 
165,520 80 
214,017 57 
434,090 13 
353,777 11 
33,146 24 
149,673 02 
7,048,003 03 
20,528 07 
14,752 15 
9,784 70 
506,059 17 
77,556 29 


TO 14 114,300,321 82 


8 cts. 

25,261 98 
81,515 40 
153,408 42 
13,034 81 
263,235 40 
247,329 63 
148,499 66 
134,072 66 
20,926 32 
37,876 32 
39,158 71 
21,767 09 
337,642 24 
89,454 47 
30,207 76 
53,026 36 
120,276 10 
1,054,576 92 
18,750 53 
39,112 84 
159,423 90 
27,299 83 

779.059 63 
26,874 30 

4,724 53 
12,256 62 
102,374 20 
34,791 16 
678,843 21 
39,552 76 
39,885 32 
44,190 38 
216,410 09 
15,996 02 
99,928 27 
69,820 38 
19,793 46 
156,520 80 
215,898 83 
434,090 13 
354,301 13 
33,146 24 
150,199 91 
7,051,905 61 
20,528 07 
14,752 15 

9,780 75 

506.059 14 
77,556 29 


14,325,096 73 


11 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 


3 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 


l. 


the Year ended June 30, 1903, and the Expenses of the Collection, &c., thereon. 
ONTARIO. Cr. 



Balance 

Balance 

I 

Total 


at Dr. 

at Cr. 

Deposited ! 


on 

*on 

to Credit of 


June 30, 

J ane 30, 

Receiver 


1903. 

1903. 

General. 


$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. ! 


Totals. 


8 cts. 


Memorandum 

of 

Expenses 

of 

Collection. 


$ cts. 


Amherstburg . . 

Belleville 

Berlin . . 

Bowmanville 

296 63 
6,708 42 

0 01 

! 

0 09 
58 90 
0 27 
0 05 



Bridgeburg 


Brockville 




Cobourg . . 

Collingwood 

Cornwall 


6 02 

Deseronto 


Fort William 



Galt 



Gananoque ... 

3,178 70 
35-71 


Goderich 

Guelph 


Hamilton 

1,492 01 


Hope 


Ingersoll 


1 

Kingston . . 



Lindsay 



London 

1,165 19 


Midland 


Morrisburg 

Napanee 

274 55 
164 84 


Niagara Falls 


Oshawa 


Ottawa 

Owen Sound 

1,841 68 


Paris 

Parry Sound 


Peterborough 

2,821 35 


Picton 


Port Arthur 

Prescott 


0 10 

Rat Portage 



St. Catharines 



St. Thomas 

Sarnia 

1,881 26 



Sault Ste. Marie . 

524 02 


Simcoe 


Stratford 

526 89 
3,902 58 


Toronto 


Trenton 


Wallaceburg 



Whitby. . . 


3 95 
0 03 

Windsor . , . . . ■' 


Woodstock 



25,261 99 
81,218 77 I 
146,700 00 
13,034 90 
263,294 30 
247,329 90 
148,499 71 
134,072 66 
20,926 32 
37,876 34 
30,158 71 
21,767 09 
337,642 24 
89,454 47 
27,029 06 
52,990 65 
120,276 10 
1,053,084 91 
18,750 53 
39,112 84 
159,423 90 
27,299 83 
777,894 44 
26,874 30 
4,724 53 
11,982 07 
102,209 36 
34,791 16 
678,843 21 
37,711 08 
39,885 32 
44,190 38 
213,588 74 
15,996 02 
99,928 37 
69,820 38 
19,793 46 
165,520 80 
214,017 57 
434,090 13 
353,777 11 
33,146 24 
149,673 02 
7,048.003 03 
20 j 528 07 
14,752 15 
9.784 70 

506,059 17 
77,556 29 


25,261 98 
81,515 40 
153,408 42 
13,034 81 
263,235 40 
247,329 63 
148,499 66 
134,072 66 
20,926 32 
37,876 32 
30,158 71 
21,767 09 
337,642 24 
89,454 47 
30,207 76 
53,026 36 
120,276 10 
1,054,576 92 
18,750 53 
39,112 84 I 
159,423 90 : 
27,299 83 ! 

779.059 63 
26,874 30 ' 

4,724 53 
12,256 62 
102,374 20 
34,791 16 
678,843 21 
39,552 76 
39,885 32 
44,190 38 
216,410 09 
15,996 02 
99,928 27 
69,820 38 
19,793 46 
165,520 80 
215,898 83 
434,090 13 
354,301 13 
33,146 24 
150,199 91 
7,051,905 61 
20,528 07 
14,752 15 
9.780 75 

506.059 14 
77,556 29 


4,305 02 
4,230 19 
3,035 79 
1,643 05 
3,907 10 
9,270 36 
4,455 49 
5,311 55 
3,653 75 
2,277 52 
3,034 57 
1,551 00 
1,902 60 
2,484 64 
1,806 84 
4,748 39 
3,571 19 
28,810 66 
1,926 35 
1,562 97 
11,546 58 
925 50 
15,921 49 
2,066 84 
1,608 87 
1,324 00 
16,284 86 
1,501 75 
21,009 44 
2,990 61 
1,897 02 
2,674 34 
2,702 85 
1,329 26 
4,112 80 
6,248 81 
1,474 15 
5,846 84 
3,882 39 
10,408 34 
12,347 74 
3,146 27 
5,639 86 
90,273 44 
720 45 
2,177 27 
1,307 20 
16,312 03 
3,159 74 


Totals 


24,813 83 


63 42 


14,300,346 32 


14,325,096 73 


344,329 77 


2— ii_U 


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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


11 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

No. 1 . — Statement of the Revenue arising from the Customs Duties, &c., 
Dr. PROVINCE OF 


Balance 
at Dr. 
on 

July 1, 
1902. 

Balance 
at Cr. 
on 

July 1, 
1902. 

Customs 

Duties. 

Bonding 

Warehouse 

Fees. 

1 

Warehouse 
Storage ! 
Fees. 

2 

Sundries. 

3 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

•$ cts. 

3,982 85 
10,139 70 
6,686 37 
2,122 08 
9,271 22 
506 63 
11,803,298 00 
7,217 02 
883 10 
1,195,993 49 
7,528 14 
2,477 01 
40,273 57 
96,077 17 
191,762 02 
18.744 87 
17,639 02 
69,336 74 
i 39,910 66 

$ cts. 
1 00 

$ cts. ] 

# cts. 
0 75 



. . 



20 00 




2 60 







10 00 

’ 0 05 
4 22 




2,821 73 
40 00 

2,383 62 

390 85 






762 00 
40 00 

282 52 

41 80. 

10 00 





0 08* 
1,577 56 

0 10 

80 00 




160 00 




88 00 
120 00 
45 00 
160 00 
40 00 






0 60 

0 64’ 











1,598 24 

7 01 i 

! 13,523,849 66 

4,377 73 

2,666 14 

433 40 


272 14 


4,445 84 
13,330 00 
12,169 86 
3,787 77 
36,699 34 
44,831 69 
8,599 69 
4,765 08 
1,113,068 32 
55,915 83 
23,209 09 

r ■ 

f 


1 • . J 





40 00 










0 53 
25 03 

40 00 


i 






' 

680 00 
80 00 
60 00 


0 85 

£o 







• ' I 

328 66 

25 56 

1,320,822 51 

900 00 


0 85 i 



Total 

Receipts, in- j 

eluding ; Total. 
Columns | 

Nos.l, 2and3. | 


•S cts. 


3,984 60 
10,139 70 I 
6,706 37 
2,122 08 
9,271 22 
506 63 
11,808,894 20 
7,257 02 
883 10 
1,197,079 81 
7,568 14 
2,477 01 
40,353 57 
96,237 17 
191,850 02 
18,864 87 
17,684 02 
69,496 74 
39,950 66 


3,984 60 
10,139 70 
6,706 37 
2,119 48 
9,271 22 
516 63 
j 11,808,894 15 
7,252 80 
883 10 
1,197,079 81 
7,578 14 
2,477 01 
40,353 47 
i 96,237 25 
193,427 58 
18,864 87 
17,684 62 
69,496 70 
39,950 66 


13,531,326 93 I 13,532,918 16 


PROVINCE OF 


4,445 84 

4,717 98 

13,330 00 

13,330 00 

12,209 86 

12,209 86 

3,787 77 

3.787 77 

1 36,699 34 

36,699 34 

44,871 69 

44,871 16 

8,599 69 

8,574 66 

4,765 08 

4,765 08 

1,113,749 17 

1,113,749 17 

55,995 83 

55,995 93 

23,269 09 

23,325 51 

i 1,321,723 36 

1,322,026 46 


11 


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5 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

of Canada, for the Year ended June 30, 1903, &c. — Continued. 
QUEBEC. 


Cr. 


J orts. 


Balarice 
at Dr. 
on 

June 30, 
1903. 


$ cts. 


. Abereorn . . . . 
. Coaticook ... 

. Cookshire .... 

. Gaspe 

. Hemmingford. 
. Mansonville . 

.Montreal 

. Paspebiac .... 

. Perce 

. Quebec 

Rimouski 
.St. Armand . 
St. Hyacinthe 
St. John’s .... 
Sherbrooke. . . 

. Sorel 

.Stanstead 

. Three Rivers. . 
Valley field. . . 


Totals . 


10 00 


10 00 


0 08 
1,577 56 


1,597 64 


Balance 
at Cr. 
on 

June 30, 
1903. 


$ cts. 


2 60 


0 05 
4 22 


Total 

Deposited to j 
Credit 

of Receiver j 
General. 


0 10 


0 04 


7 01 


$ cts. 

3,984 60 ! 
10,139 70 
6,706 37 
2,122 08 
9,271 22 
506 63 
11,808,894 20 
7,257 02 
883 10 
1,197,079 81 
7,568 14 
2,477 01 
40,353 57 
96,237 17 
191,850 02 
18,864 87 
17,684 62 
69,496 74 
39,950 66 


13,531,327 53 


Totals. 


$ 


cts. 


3,984 60 
10,139 70 
6,706 37 
2,119 48 
9,271 22 
516 63 
11,808,894 15 
7,252 80 
883 10 
1,197,079 81 
7,578 14 
2,477 01 
40,353 47 
96,237 25 
193,427 58 
18,864 87 
17,684 62 
69,496 70 
39,950 66 


Memorandum 

of 

Expenses 

of 

Collection. 


$ cts. 

1,296 36 
4,921 52 
2,684 34 
1,252 93 
3,049 76 
2,451 55 
169,301 37 
1,867 06 
1,114 74 
47,752 17 
720 30 
2,330 60 
2,482 39 
6,519 85 
6,492 84 
606 00 
4,326 20 
1,816 55 
1,009 33 


13,532,918 16 261,995 86 


NEW BRUNSWICK. 


. Bathurst 

272 14 


4,445 84 
13,330 00 
12,209 86 
3,787 77 
36,699 34 
44,871 69 
8,599 69 
4,765 08 
1,113,749 17 
55,995 83 
23,269 09 

4,717 98 
13,330 00 
12,209 86 
3,787 77 
36,699 34 
44,871 16 
8,574 66 
4,765 08 
1,113,749 17 
55,995 93 
23,325 51 

2,911 39 
623 79 
4,702 51 
1,867 63 
3,146 95 
6,050 08 
1,829 72 
1,547 38 
47,747 75 
11,282 71 
8,086 64 

. Campbellton 


.Chatham 



. Dalhousie. . . 



Fredericton 



Moncton 


0 53 
25 03 

Newcastle 


Sackville 


St. John 

St. Stephen 

o io’ 

56 42 


. Woodstock 


Totals 


328 66 

25 56 

1,321,723 36 

1,322,026 46 

89,796 55 



6 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


ii 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
No. 1 . — Statement of the Revenue arising from the Customs Duties, tfcc.. 


Dr. 


PROVINCE OF 


Balance 
at Dr. 
on 

July 1, 
1902. 

. 

Balance 
at Cr. 
on 

July 1, 
1902. 

Customs 

Duties. 

Bonding 

Warehouse 

Fees. 

1 

i 

Warehouse 

Storage 

Fees. 

2 

Sundries j 
3 

§ CCS. 

$ cts. 

•$ cts. 

86,904 93 
6,227 20 
5,746 36 
721 00 1 
980 86 
526 26 
3,626 19 
3,293 50 
1,746,931 86 
16,352 27 
7,441 75 
603 46 
18,048 10 
3,216 15 
61,616 68 
65,287 00 
2,364 78 
12,202 80 
7,430 57 
6,648 90 : 
657 20 
214,787 19 
112,934 11 
2,030 39 
10,916 25 
58,909 93 

$ cts. 

40 00 
40 00 

•S cts. 

8 Qts.! 

1 

0 48 






... ; 

0 25 




i 

0 30 












! 


0 10 
0 02 



1 


1,320 00 


8 90 

1 00 







0 92 
5 33 

40 00 
341 00 











80 66 
40 00 






71 40 
















0 47 
417 40 


80 00 
80 00 
120 00 
















2 05 

234 00 






419 60 

80 12 1 

1 

2,456,405 69 

2,415 00 



8 90 


Total 


Receipts, in- 


cluding 

Total. 

Columns 


Nos.l,2and3. 


8 cts. 

8 cts. 

86,944 93 

86,944 93 

6,267 20 

6,267 68 

5,746 36 

5,746 36 

721 00 

721 25 

980 86 

980 56 

526 26 

526 26 

3,626 19 

3,626 19 

3,293 50 

3,293 40 

1,748,260 76 

1,748,260 74 

16,352 27 

16,353 27 

7,441 75 

7,441 75 

643 46 

642 54 

18,389 10 

18,383 77 

3,216 15 

3,216 15 

61,696 68 

61,696 68 

65,327 00 

65,327 00 

2,364 78 

2,293 38 

12,202 80 

12,202 80 

7,430 57 

i ,430 ot 

6,648 90 

6,648 90 

737 20 

737 67 

214,867 19 

214,867 19 

113,054 11 

113,471 51 

2,030 39 

2,030 39 

10,916 25 

10,916 ‘25 

59,143 93 

59,141 88 

2,458,829 59 

2,459,169 07 


PROVINCE OF 




98,682 92 
1,933,082 87 

120 00 
542 40 



98,802 92 ! 
1,933,702 88 

98,802 92 
1,933,702 78 


0 10 


77 61 


0 10 

2,031,765 79 

662 40 


77 61 

2,032,505 80 

2,032,505 70 


PROVINCE OF 




53,287 52 
10,993 24 
80,898 75 
124,420 59 
141,227 11 
59,000 15 
1,193,334 19 
753,956 29 

140 00 
40 00 
199 00 
180 00 
280 00 
120 00 
992 00 
880 00 



53,427 52 
11,033 24 
81,097 75 
124,600 59 
141,507 11 
59,120 15 
1,194,342 39 
755,222 50 

53,427 52 
11,033 24 
81,097 75 
124,600 39 
141,567 06 
59,120 15 
1,194,342 39 
755,222 50 





59 95 

0 20 



333 69 

16 20 
52 52 i 

59 95 

0 20 

2,417,117 84 

2,831 00 

333 69 

68 72 ' 

2,420,351 25 

2,420,411 00 


PROVINCE OF 




142,083 72 
11,518 36 

160 00 



142,243 72 
11,518 36 

142.243 72 
11,518 36 







153,602 08 

160 00 



153,762 08 

153,762 08 


11 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 


7 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

of Canada for the Year ended June 30, 1903, &c. — Continued . 


NOVA SCOTIA. 


Ck. 


• 

Ports. 

Balance 
at Dr. 
on 

J une 30, 
1903. 

Balance 
at Cr. 
on 

June 30, 
1903. 

Total 

Deposited to j 
Credit 
of Receiver 
General. 

.... Amherst 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

§ cts. 

86,944 93 
6,267 20 ' 
5,746 36 1 
721 00 
980 86 
526 26 
3,626 19 1 
3,293 50 ! 

1,748,260 76 
16,352 27 | 
7,441 75 
643 46 ; 
18,389 10 
3,216 15 1 
61,696 68 
65,327 00 ! 
2,364 78 | 
12,202 80 
7,430 57 i 
6,648 90 ; 
737 20 j 
214,867 19 i 
113,054 11 
2,030 39 
10,916 25 
59,143 93 

Annapolis 



0 48 


.... Antigonish 


. . Arichat 

0 25 


. . . Baddeck 

0 30 

.... Barrington 


. . . Canso 



. Digby 


6 io 
0 02 

.... Halifax 


.... Kentville 

1 00 

Liverpool 


.... Lockport 

.... Lunenburg 

... Middleton 


0 92 
5 33 ! 

. . . New Glasgow \ 



. . .North Sydney 



Parrsboro’ 

. . . Pictou 


71 40 

.... Port Hawkesbury 



... Port Hood 



.... Shelburne 

0 47 


. . . Sydney 

... 

.... T'ruro 

417 40 


... Weymouth 


... Windsor 



. . . .Yarmouth 


2 05 



Totals 

419 60 

80 12 

2, 458,829 59 


Totals. 


Memorandum 

of 

Expenses 

of 

Collection. 


$ cts. j 

86,944 93 I 
6,267 68 
5,746 36 
721 25 
980 56 
526 26 
3,626 19 

3.293 40 
748,260 74 

16,353 27 
7,441 75 
642 54 S 
18,383 77 
3,216 15 
61,696 68 I 
65,327 00 

2.293 38 
12,202 80 

7,430 57 
6,648 90 
737 67 
214,867 19 
113,471 51 
2,030 39 
10,916 25 
59,141 88 


459,169 07 


.cts. 

4,384 53 
2,690 64 
1,442 82 
2,801 85 
2,272 76 
1,435 79 
2,493 65 
2,439 90 
51,382 21 
3,245 15 
2,102 55 
675 40 
3,971 41 
1,300 00 
2,619 54 
3,333 59 
1,600 90 
4,080 19 
2,170 64 
1,179 30 
1,039 54 
6,731 06 
3,899 14 
2,309 74 
2,702 95 
7,347 18 


121,652 43 


Manitoba. 


.... Brandon. 



98,802 92 
1,933,702 88 

98,802 92 
1,933,702 78 i 

7,032 24 
41,450 73 

. . . Winnipeg 


0 10 


0 10 

2,032,505 80 

2,032,505 70 : 

48,482 97 




BRITISH COLUMBIA. 


. . . . Grand Forks 



53,427 52 
11,033 24 
81,097 75 
124,600 39 ! 
141,507 11 
59,120 15 
1,194,342 39 
755,222 50 

53,427 52 
11,033 24 
81,097 75 
124,600 39 
141,567 06 
59,120 15 
| 1,194,342 39 
755,222 50 

10,295 98 
4,6S3 98 
5,055 36 
11,654 48 
12,894 90 
6,293 15 
28,831 73 
27,316 24 

. . . . Kaslo 



. . Nanaimo 


Nelson 




. . . . New Westminster. . . . 

59 95 


Rossland 

. . . Vancouver 

. 



. . . .Victoria 



Totals 



59 95 


2,420,351 C5 

1 2,420,411 00 107,025 82 




PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 


.... Charlottetown 



142,243 72 
11,518 36 

142,243 72 
11,518 36 

14,180 86 
3,503 84 

. . . .Summerside 

Totals 





153,762 08 

. 

153,762 08 

17,684 70 





8 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


11 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

No. 1 . — Statement of the Revenue arising from the Customs Duties, &c., 
Dr. NORTH-WEST 


* — 

— 






• 

Balance 
at Dr. 
on 

J uly 1, 
1902. 

Balance 
I at Cr. 
on 

July 1, 
1902. 

Customs 

Duties. 

Bonding 
| Warehouse 
Fees. 

1 

Warehouse 

Storage 

Fees. 

2 

Sundries. 

3 

Total 

Receipts, in- 
cluding 
Columns 
Nos.l, 2and3. 

Total. 

$ *cts. 

8 cts. 

8 cts. 

$ cts. 

8 cts. 

8 cts. 

8 cts. 

8 cts. 

21 31 


141,106 04 
152,939 05 
158,516 75 

120 00 



141,226 04 
152,939 05 
158,516 75 

141,247 35 
152,940 05 
158,516 75 

1 00 













22 31 


452,561 84 

120 00 



452,681 84 

452,704 15 





YUKON 


0 01 


396,143 93 
63,626 15 

1,500 00 



397,643 93 
63,638 50 

397,643 94 
63,638 50 



12 35 













0 01 


459,770 08 

1,500 00 

" ‘ ' ' 

12 35 

461,282 43 

461,282 44 



639 45 




639 45 

639 45 







11 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 


9 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

of Canada, for the Year ended June 30, 1903, &c. — Continued. 

TERRITORIES. Or. 


Port.. 

Balance 
at Dr. 
on 

June 30, 
1903. 

Balance 
at Cr. 
on 

June 30, 
1903. 

Total 

Deposited to 
Credit 
of Receiver 
General. 

Totals. 

Memorandum 

of 

Expenses 

of 

Collection. 

S’ '* ■ ' : <s • 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

Calgary 

21 31 


141,226 04 

141,247 35 

6,108 39 

Lethbridge 

0 98 


152,939 07 

152,940 05 

8,514 38 

... Regina 



158,516 75 

158,516 75 

5,411 33 

Totals 

22 29 


452,681 86 

452,704 15 

20,034 10 





DISTRICT. 


, . . . Dawson 



397,643 94 
63,638 50 

397,643 94 
63,638 50 

14,674 71 
15,051 31 
4,862 33 

. . . White Horse 



. .Yukon Inspection . . 



Totals 







461,282 44 

461,282 44 

34,588 35 




British Post Office Parcels. . . 



639 45 

639 45 



v 


10 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


l 


11 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

No. 1 . — Statement of the Revenue arising from the Customs Duties, &c., 
Dr. RECAPITU 


Balance 

Balance 





Total 


at Dr. 

at Cr. 

Customs 

Duties. 

Bonding 

Warehouse 


Receipts, in- 


on 

on 

Warehouse 

Storage 

Sundries. 

cluding 

Total. 

July 1, 

July 1, 

Fees. 

Fees. 


Columns 


1902. 

1902. 


1 

2 

3 

Nos. 1,2 and 3. 


§ cts. 

$ cts. 

8 cts. 

S cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

24,838 83 

63 92 

14,293,780 23 

3,284 42 i 

2,547 03 

710 14 | 

14,300,321 82 

14,325,096 73 

1,598 24 

7 01 

13,523,849 66 

4,377 73 

2,666 14 

433 4C | 

13,531,326 93 

13,532,918 16 

328 66 i 

25 56 

1,320,822 51 

900 00 

0 85 i 

1,321,723 36 

1,322,026 46 

419 60 I 

80 12 

2,456,405 69 
2,031,765 79 
2,417,117 84 

2,415 00 
662 40 


8 90 | 

2,458,829 59 
2,032,505 80 
2,420,351 25 

2,459,169 07 
2,032,505 70 

0 10 


77 61 

59 95 

0 20 

2,831 00 

333 69 

68 72 1 

2,420,411 00 



153,602 08 
452,561 84 
459,770 08 
639 45 

160 00 



153,762 08 
452,681 84 
461,282 43 
639 45 

153,762 08 
452,704 15 
461,282 44 
639 45 

22 31 


120 00 



0 01 


1,500 00 


12 ,35 i 










27,267 60 

176 91 

37,110,315 17 

16,250 55 

5,546 86 

1,311 97 

37,133,424 55 

37,160,515 24 



/ 

395,416 58 

■ 



395,416 58 

395,416 58 






27,267 60 

176 91 

| 36,714,898 59 

16,250 55 

| 5,546 86 

1,311 97 

36,738,007 97 

36,765,098 66 




11 


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11 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

of Canada, for the Year ended June 30, 1903, &c. — Concluded. 

LATION. Cr. 


Ports. 

Balance 
at Dr. 
on 

J une 30, 
1903. 

Balance 
at Cr. 
on 

June 30, 
1903. 

Total 

Deposited to 
Credit 
of Receiver 
General. 

Totals. 

Memorandum 

of 

Expenses 

of 

Collection. 

.... Ontario 

. . . Quebec 

. . New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Manitoba 

. . . British Columbia 

. . . .Prince Edward Island. 

. . . North-west Territories 

. . . .Yukon District 

$ cts. 

24,813 83 
1,597 64 
328 66 
419 60 

59 95 

22 29 

$ cts. 

63 42 • 
7 01 j 
25 56 
80 12 
0 10 j 

$ cts. 

14,300,346 32 
13,531,327 53 
1,321,723 36 
2,458,829 59 
2,032,505 80 
2,420,351 05 
153,762 08 
452,681 86 
461,282 44 
639 45 

$ cts. 

14,325,096 73 
13,532,918 16 
1,322,026 46 
2,459,169 07 
2,032,505 70 
2,420,411 00 
153,762 08 
452,704 15 
461,282 44 
639 45 

$ cts. 

344,329 77 
261,995 86 
89,796 55 
121,652 43 
48,482 97 
107,025 82 
17,684 70 
20,034 10 
34,588 35 

... British Post Office Parcels . . . 

. . Totals 

Add — Inspection, Board of Cus- 
toms, Board of Customs 
(Statistics), and Preven- 
tive Service 



27,241 97 

176 21 

! 37,133,449 48 

37,160,515 24 

1,045,590 55 

112,789 55 
33,458 54 
7.078 50 
25,240 68 
4,870 89 

Miscellaneous % . . 




Customs Laboratory. 
Revenue Cruisers 








Secret Preventive Service . 





Less— Duties return- 
ed $243,080 87 

Drawbacks . . . 152,335 71 

" 

• 

j 

395,416 58 

395,416 58 

•] 





27,241 97 

1 

176 21 

1 

36,738,032 90 

36,765,098 66 

1,229,028 71 


ISTo. 1 a. 


Statement of Receipts deposited to the Credit of the Receiver General from Chinese 
Immigration, for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1903. 


Pprt of Ottawa, Ont 

Bndgeburg, Ont . . . 

Windsor, Ont 

Hemmingford, Que 

Montreal, Que 

Halifax, N.S 

Vancouver, B.C 

Victoria, B.C 

Nanaimo, B.C ... 

Rossland, B.C 

Regina, N.W.T ... 


$ 100 00 
300 00 
300 00 
200 00 
5,400 00 
308 00 
189,442 00 
329,894 00 
500 00 
100 00 
200 00 


Less : — Refunds to Province of — 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

British Coluipbia 

North-west Territories. 
Sundry persons 


$ 526,744 00 


$ 350 00 

2,800 00 
150 00 
258,050 00 
100 00 
1,600 00 

263,050 00 

8 263,694 00 


Net receipts 


12 


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11 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 


No. 

Dr. excise revenue and expenses of 


Balances 
due 
July 1, 
19(* 2. 

Amount Accrued during the Year, including License Fees. 

Spirits. 

Malt 

Liquor. 

Malt. 

Tobacco. 

Cigars. 

Acetic 

Acid. 

Bonded 
i Manufac- 
i tures. 

1 

Other 

Receipts. 

§ cts. 

$ ets. 

96,384 08 
29,141 04 
8,802 05 
549,795 97 
234,866 58 
73,111 17 
74,780 90 
274,908 02 
22,283 64 
84,754 28 
43,125 58 
28,931 66 
102,540 81 
14,950 15 
35,691 44 
742,162 10 
361,058 72 

$ cts. 

50 00 
150 00 

$ cts. 

4,737 71 
11,405 94 

$ cts. 

3,709 80 
8,373 90 
73 35 
15,725 51 
439,445 17 
17,319 52 
82,625 46 
40,574 54 
40,583 98 
12,619 23 
138 20 
4,091 50 
1,032 42 
2,981 31 
7,192 94 
222,838 82 
22,735 50 

$ cts. 

3,261 00; 
24,561 18 

i 

•$ cts. 

•$ cts. 

$ cts. 

1,123 50 
965 00 
85 00 
5,931 20 
2,507 57 
531 25 
222 00 
409 54 
180 00 
543 00 
80 00 
120 00 
163 20 
I 145 00 

100 00 
1 5,596 71 

8,210 11 

112 61 


2,466 65 


450 00 
150 00 
100 00 
300 00 
150 00 
300 00 

71,275 89 
68,929 36 
33,880 87 
68,779 91 
9,058 45 
19,761 17 
100 00 
13,373 01 
j 2,438 12 
! 18,439 85 
! 15,992 98 
39,315 74 
! 202,368 65 
i 45,485 75 
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32,326 89 
65,899 65 
18,864 60 
191,997 12 
3,036 30 
4,225 99 
914 45 
785 70 





5,088 72 
2,157 59 














150 00 
50 00 
100 00 
100 00 
250 00 
650 00 
150 00 







4,084 80 
8,766 60 
9,815 85 
94,771 01 
10,293 42 


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69 00 

5,964 96 

13,097 04 
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522 89 





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704 50 

2,777,288 19 

3,100 00 

j~625,343 40 

922,061 15 

! 

473,604 56 

5,964 96 

23,510 00 

j 26,913 08 


52,736 43 
1,497,633 92 
490,914 24 
158,594 06 
150,266 84 
56,486 52 

50 00 
500 00 
200 00 
50 00 

146,047 ii 
55,276 27 
20,457 00 

4,095 93 
j 1,999,546 53 
! 115,229 72 

i 218,353 95 
3,357 89 
1,269 34 

7,703 55 
323,429 56 
37,098 57 
42,105 24 
11,073 59 
4,131 11 

163 53 


1 

4,561 56 
3,181 01 
784 15 
115 83 
1,168 55 
80*00 

2,359 56 
315 75 

10,626 65 
2,043 66 
300 00 
4,966 11 

174 79 





3,295 57 






















6,145 67 

2,406,632 01 

800 00 

221,780 38 

2,341,853 36 

1 

425,541 62 

163 53 

17,936 42 

9,891 10 


145,555 83 

100 00! 

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20,552 55 

105,413 57 



13,780 52 


1,783 89 

899 50 

1,442 62 



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1,442 62 

145,555 83 

100 00 

20,552 25 

105,413 57 

13,780 52 

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1,783 89 

899 50 

5,860 50 

58,664 97 
929 59 

I 200 00 

40,733 28 

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93,603 67 
25,575 18 

4,790 46 



350 00 
110 00 















5,860 50 

59,594 56 

200 00 

40,733 28 

119,178 85 

4,790 46 



460 00 




965 84 

9,675 00 

1,409 40 

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O 


t 


COLLECTION" FOR YEAR 1902-1903. 


Cr. 


Total Duties 
Accrued. 


Total 

Debits. 


$ cts. 

109,266 091 
77,063 71 1 
8,960 40 
675,505 46 
816,887 05! 
145,965 00 1 
418,705 3?‘ 
328,136 85! 
87,334 78 1 
98,930 96 j 
57,652 49 1 
35,631 28i 
126,661 08 
42,936 04| 
92,365 97| 
1,287,449 29: 
448,333 50! 


Divisions. 


$ cts. 

109,266 09 
77,176 32 
8,960 40 
675,505 46 
816,887 05 
145,965 00 
418,705 39 
328,136 85 
87,334 78 
98,930 96 
57,652 49 
35,631 28 
126,661 08 
42,936 04 
92,365 97 
1,287,518 29 
448,333 50 
522 89 


4,857,785 34 4,858,489 84 


.Belleville 

.Brantford 

. Cornwall 

. Guelph 

. Hamilton 

. Kingston 

. London 

.Ottawa 

. Owen Sound 

. Perth 

. Peterborough 

.Port Arthur 

. Prescott 

. St. Catharines ... 

.Stratford 

.Toronto 

.Windsor 

.Suspense Account. . 
. District Inspectors . 

Ontario . . . . 


69,147 

3,981,128 

701,546 

439,976 

170,832 

61,966 


5,424,598 42 


288,085 86 


69,147 47 j . . Joliette. 


3,983,487 87 
701,862 36 
439,976 08 
171,007 77 
61,966 97 
3,295 57 


5,430,744 09 


. . Montreal 

. .Quebec 

. . Sherbrooke 

. . St. Hyacinthe 

. . Three Rivers 

. . Suspense Account . . 
. . District Inspectors 


Quebec. 


288,085 86 . St. John 

1,442 62 . .Suspense Account. 
j. . District Inspector . 


288,085 86 289,528 48 


198,342 38, 198,342 38 
26,614 77 j 26,614 77 
j 5,860 50 


224,957 15 230,817 65 



59,514 78 59,514 78 




of 

jthe Receiver] 
General. I 


due 

June 30, 
1903 


$ cts. 

109,266 09 . 
77,063 71 
8,960 40 
675,505 46 . 
816,887 05 . 
145,965 00 . 
418,705 39 . 
328,136 85 
87,334 78 . 
98,930 96 
57,652 49 
35,631 28 . 
126,661 08 . 
42,936 04 . 
92,365 97 . 
1,287,486 79 
448,333 50 . 


$ cts. 


Total 

Credits. 


$ cts. 


Expenses 

of 

Collection. 


109,266 09 

112 61 77,176 32, 

8,960 40 

675,505 46 
816,887 05 
145,965 00 
418,705 39 
328,136 85 
87,334 78 
98,930 96 
57,652 49 
35,631 28 
126,661 08 
42,936 04 
92,365 97 
1,287,518 29 
448,333 50 
522 89 


31 50 


522 89 


4,857,822 84 667 00 


New Brunstcick . . . 


. . Halifax 

. . Pictou . 

. . Suspense Account . 


Nova Scotia 

. . . . Charlottetown, P.E.I ... . 


69,147 47 
3,981,703 59 
701,778 06 
439,976 08 
170,876 19 
61,966 97 


5,425,448 36 


288,010 86 


288,010 86 


198,342 38 
26,614 77 


224,957 15 


59,514 78 


1,784 28 
84 30 

”l31 58 


3,295 57 


5,295 73 


75 00 
1,442 62 


1,517 62 


5,860 50 
5,860 50 


4,858,489 84 


69,147 47 
3,983,487 87 
701,862 36 
439,976 08 
171,007 77 
61,966 97 
3,295 57 


8 cts. 

8.621 39 
8,748 49 
1,101 40 
17,437 39 
20.944 90 
8; 573 19 
20,050 11 
7,401 05 
5,636 38 
7,653 82 
3,656 36 
1,303 54 
8,848 S7 
4,795 64 
6,651 26 
37,901 41 
21,850 49 

’ 8,503 52 


199,679 31 


6,007 86 
43,893 83 
17,752 12 
7,029 70 
8,431 76 
2,720 73 

3, 242 li 


5,430,744 09 89,078 11 


288,085 86 
1,442 62 


289,528 48 


198,342 & 
26,614 77 
5,860 50 


8,620 94 
2,726 75 


11,347 69 


11,409 68 
2,532 09 


230,817 65 13,941 77 


59,514 78 2,307 56 


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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


11 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

Dr. No. 2.,— EXCISE REVENUE AND EXPENSES OF 


Balances 
due 
July 1, 
1902 . 


§ cts. 


Amount Accrued during the Year, including License Fees. 


Spirits. Liquor. Malt ' 


$ cts. 

440,515 74 
47,574 44 


488,090 18 


cts. | $ cts. 

275 00 ! 37,795 67 
225 00 17,442 28 


500 00 


55,237 95 


Tobacco. | Cigars. 


$ cts. j $ cts. 

251,162 84 43,380 54 
7.009 55 2,874 36 


258,172 39 


46,254 90 


Acetic 

Acid. 


§ cts. 


Bonded i 
Manufac- 
tures. 

$ cts. 
1,793 23 


1,793 23 


Other 

Receipts. 


§ cts. 

860 00 
220 00 


1,080 00 


1,202 09 
96 90 


1,298 99 


156,526 35 
119,721 30 


4,360 20 
350 00 


31,989 48 67,621 29 23,421 72 

23,576 56 33,183 99 : 11,101 67 


276,247 65 


4,710 20 55,566 04 


8,452 63 


15,452 28 6 , 162,826 89 . 9,485 20 1 , 020,623 00 3 , 904,616 64 


100,805 28 ! 34,523 39 


87 50 


— - 


78,992 13 50 00 95,889 43 


. . . j 6 , 083,834 76 9,435 20 924,733 57 


71,104 33 


3 , 833,512 31 


998,495 45 
0 45 


6,128 49 


998,495 00 


6,128 49 


45,0213 54 
174 53 


44,849 01 


620 00 
170 00 


790 00 


40 00 


40,093 68 
379 25 


1,714 43 


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15 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

COLLECTION FOR YEAR 1902-1903 —Concluded. Cr. 


Total Duties 
Accrued. 

Total 

Debits. 

Divisions. 

Deposited 
to the Credit 
of 

the Receiver 
General, j 

l 

Balances 

due 

J une 30, 
1903. 

| 

Total 

Credits. 

Expenses 

of 

Collection. 

$ cts. 

775,783 02 
75,345 63 

$ cts. 

775,783 02 
75,345 63 

. . Winnipeg 

. . Calgary 

. .District Inspector 

S cts. 

775,783 02 
75,345 63 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

775,783 02 
75,345 63 

$ cts. 

16,284 41 
4,661 32 
3,978 15 



. . Manitoba and N.W.T... . 

..Vancouver 

. .Victoria 

. . District Inspector 




851,128 65 

851,128 65 

851,128 65 


851,128 65 

24,923 88 

284,539 04 
188,103 52 

285,741 13 
188,200 42 

284,539 04 
188,114 92 

1,202 09 
85 50 

' 285,741 13 

! 188,200 42 

13,300 51 
5,684 22 
3,028 09 



. . . . British Columbia ... 
Yukon 




472,642 56 

473,941 55 

472,653 96 

1,287 59 

1 473,941 55 

22,012 82 

8,580 13 

8,580 13 

8,580 13 


8,580 13 


Totals 

. Less— R efund 

Add— R eceipts from methy- 
lated spirits 

Net Revenue. 



12,187 292 89 
246,590 12 

12,202,745 17 

12,188,116 73 
246,590 12 

14,628 44 

12,202,745 17 

j 363,291 14 

• 

11,940,702 77 


11,941,526 61 

72,252 39 
12,013,779 00 


Inspector of distilleries ... 

Inspector of bonded factories 

General expenditures 

Legal expenses 

Printing, stationery, &c 

Commission to Customs officers 

Commission on sale of stamps for Canada twist 

Tobacco stamps 

Duty pay to officers in charge of most important establishments 

Preventive service 

Methylated spirits .... 


236 97 
140 38 
6,910 18 
894 31 
9,139 67 
5,478 94 
50 84 
26,000 00 
6,897 91 
10,755 59 
49,188 38 


478,984 31 


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11 


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Totals. 

•$ cts. 

2,592 75 
2,999 25 
3,409 00 
10,140 25 
12,117 00 

31,318 25 

8,749 75 
3,037 00 
566 25 
1,460 00 
430 00 

14,243 00 

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1,039 00 
1,808 25 
1,943 00 
0,550 00 
7,914 25 

19,914 50 

3,634 00 
I 1,997 50 
234 00 
1,064 25 
258 50 

7,188 25 

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1,244 75 

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1,312 25 

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704 75 

1,141 25 
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19,729 75 

Registration 

Fees. 

$ cts. 

500 00 
300 00 
540 00 
310 00 
830 00 

2,480 00 

170 00 
140 00 
170 00 
130 00 
55 00 

665 00 

140 00 

305 00 

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230 00 
65 00 | 

295 00 

4,155 00 

15 00 

4,140 00 | 

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. . . Belleville 

. . . Hamilton 

. . . London 

. . . Ottawa 

. . Toronto 

Ontario 

. . . Montreal 

. . . Quebec 

. . . Sherbrooke. 

... St. Hyacinthe 

. . . Three Rivers 

... Quebec 

. St. John, N.B 

... .Halifax, N.S. 

Winnipeg, Man 

. . . Vancouver 

. . . Victoria 

British Columbia . . 

.... Grand totals 

. . . Less Refunds 

. . . Totals 

Registration 

Fees Totals, 

accrued. , 

$ cts. 

2,592 75 
2,999 25 
3,409 00 
10,140 25 
12,117 00 

31,318 25 

8,749 75 
3,037 00 
500 25 
1,400 00 
430 00 

14,243 00 

3,212 50 

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2,179 50 

3,440 75 
2,032 00 

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500 00 
300 00 
540 00 
310 00 
830 00 

2,480 00 

170 00 
140 00 
170 00 
130 00 
55 00 

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140 00 

305 00 

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230 00 

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65 00 

295 00 

4,155 00 

15 00 

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issued to 
Inspectors. 

$ cts. 

575 00 
737 50 
900 00 
2,050 00 
3,250 00 

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875 00 

250 00 

725 00 

1,300 00 
925 00 

2,225 00 

19,537 50 



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$ cts. 

1,517 75 
1,901 75 
2,029 00 
7,180 25 
8,037 00 

20,725 75 

3,879 75 
2,147 00 
121 25 
1,330 00 

7,478 00 

1,822 50 

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1,224 50 

1,916 75 
1,042 00 

2,958 75 

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21 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 


No. 6. 


Statement of the Expenditure and Revenue of the Post Office Department of the 
Dominion of Canada for the year ended June 30, 1903. 


Expenditure. 


cts. 


Paid by cheque from Parliamentary Appropriation. 


Conveyance of mails by land 

it m steamboats, &c . . . 

it ii railways 

Making and repairing mail bags and locks 


Salaries paid by cheque 

Travelling expenses 

Tradesmen’s bills 

Rents and taxes 

Stationery, printing and advertising 

Miscellaneous disbursements paid by cheque. 

Total 


Yukon and Atlin Districts. 

(Yukon and Atlin Districts service not included in above.) 


Mail service . . 
Salaries .... 
Miscellaneous . 


Total 


Grand total 


Revenue. 


Balance due by postmasters on revenue account on June 30, 1902 

Postage stamps, post cards, &c., sold 

Postage paid in cash on newspapers 

Postage on unpaid letters ; less claims for matter re-forwarded for overcharges and for 

matter forwarded to dead letter office 

Rents of letter boxes and drawers. ... 

Commission received on money orders 

Commission received on postal notes 

Profit in exchange on money order business with other countries 

Transit charges on correspondence from other countries 

Postage on parcels from other countries 

Void money orders; that is money orders issued between July 1, 1900, and March 31, 
1902, payment of which had not been claimed up to March 31, 1903 


Gross revenue 


Deductions. 

Salaries, forward allowances, allowances toward rent, fuel and light, com- 
pensation on money order and postal note business and commission on 

box and drawer rents .$ 1,170,824 56 

Discount to stamp vendors and postmasters and compensation to messen- 
gers for special delivery of letters . 30,746 99 

Postage refunded 96 49 

Losses by fire, burglary, &c 399 77 

Balance of commission paid to other countries on money order business. . . 6,986 23 

Transit charges on correspondence for other countries 42,508 CO 

Postage on parcels for other countries 6,606 14 

Balance due by postmasters on revenue account on June 30, 1903 27,161 61 


857,392 38 
87,688 79 
1,413,835 28 
27,266 66 


2,386,183 11 
1,304.678 47 
10,386 68 
94,577 26 
1,410 00 
57,919 96 
115,704 16 


3,970,859 64 


97,395 62 
36,724 67 
198 55 


134,318 84 


4,105,178 48 


27,161 

61 

5,154,554 

17 

140,456 

94 

16,730 

64 

75,907 

20 

146,116 

18 

24,466 

46 

5,797 

63 

25,388 

16 

30,910 

80 

, 3,967 

75 

5,651,457 

54 


Net revenue 

Yukon and Atlin Districts, not included in above. 

Grand total 


1,285,329 79 

4,366,127 75 
31,704 76 


4,397,832 51 


RAILWAYS AND CANALS— REVENUE. 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 


Cost of Staff, 
Repairs 
and Offices 
of Collection, 
chargeable 
to Revenue. 

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316,601 41 
953 60 
1,749 45 
1,020 29 
2,263 10 
8,092 24 
700 35 
1,507 96 

332,888 40 

45,371 41 
1,620 21 
1,810 04 
' 644 60 

49,446 26 

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3,122 54 
12,954 88 
1,561 91 
3,618 92 
63,986 00 
7,815 25 
8,792 74 

101,852 24 

10,188 93 
6,087 22 
419 32 

16,695 47 

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$ cts. 

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1,454 50 
226 00 
12,319 46 
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14,774 96 

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62,595 05 
11,072 40 
258 53 
168 48 
53 72 

74,148 18 

87 04 
7,837 88 
694 50 
3,618 92 
26,374 07 
7,815 25 
5,792 74 

52,220 40 

10,088 93 
5,990 22 
419 32 

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11,224 77 
4,119 09 
130 09 

Collection Divisions. 

Welland Canal. 

. . . Port Colborne ... 

Port Dalhousie 

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... St. Catharines 

Chippawa ... 

St. Latvrcnce Canals. 

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Cardinal 

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Chambly Canal. 

Chambly 

. . St. Johns 

.... St. Ours . . .... 

Ottawa Canals. 

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Grenville 

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$ cts. 

63,365 05 
12,526 90 
484 53 
12,487 94 
58 72 

88,923 14 

3,122 54 
12,954 88 
1,561 91 
3,618 92 
63,986 00 
1 7,815 25 

8,792 74 

101,852 24 

10,188 93 
6,087 22 
419 32 

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4,582 09 
158 09 

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770 00 
1, 154 50 
226 00 
12,319 46 
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14,774 96 

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11,072 40 
258 53 
168 48 
53 72 

74,148 18 

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10,861 68 
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133 48 
53 72 

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7,837 88 
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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 


No. 9. 

MINOR PUBLIC WORKS— REVENUE. 


WHARFS, PIERS AND HARBOURS. 


Name of Work. 

Amount. 

Name of Work. 

Amount. 

COLLECTED BY DEPARTMENT OF MARINE 

$ cts. 

COLLECTED BY DEPARTMENT OF MARINE 

•S cts. 

AND FISHERIES. 


AND FISHERIES — Con. 


Ontario. 


Brought forward * 

5,728 76 

Bruce Mines 

117 79 

Nova Scotia. 


Cockburn Island 

33 39 




400 10 

A vonport 

13 21 


269 50 

Babbin’s Cove 

4 47 


62 43 

Barrington 

103 14 


245 06 

! Bayfield 

47 26 

Rondeau 

66 03 

Bear Point 

6 63 

Sault Ste. Marie 

1,774 21 

Belli veau Cove 

66 40 


103 56 

Brule 

1 16 


116 23 

Canada Creek 

5 78 


231 47 

Canso Harbour 

23 50 


120 27 

Centreville \ . . 

108 23 



Chipman’s Brook . .... 

0 29 

Total 

3,540 04 

Church Point 

54 42 


Delap’s Cove 

4 35 

Quebec. 


D’Escousse .... 

31 27 



Digby . . 

2,177 50 

Anse St. Jean 

48 95 

Hall’s Harbour . . 

34 77 

Baie St. Paul 

83 06 

Hampton 

36 82 

Berthier 

54 25 

Hantsport Harbour 

50 75 

Cap a l’Aigle 

53 50 

H arbour vi 11 e . . 

25 19 

Carleton . . 

20 53 

Horton Landing 

1 50 

Chicoutimi 

306 03 

International Pier 

319 00 

Coteau du Lac 

11 91 

Irish Cove 

14 26 

Grand River 

137 28 

Isaac’s Harbour .... 

12 39 

Greece’s Point 

28 11 

Jordan Bay ... 

119 30 

Lacolle 

10 69 

Margarets ville 

117 15 

Les Eboulements 

102 75 

Meteghan Cove. . . . 

24 00 

Matane 

94 34 

Meteghan River 

19 40 

Murray Bay 

120 25 

Morden 

19 01 

New Carlisle 

116 12 ’ 

Oak Point (Kingsport) . 

200 00 

Perce 

8 17 

Ogilvie 

22 46 

Port Daniel 

74 44 | 

Parrsborw’ . . . 

26 06 

Riviere du Loup . - 

356 01 

Parker’s Cove 

27 78 

St. Alphonse de Bagotville 

128 80 

Picketts 

61 61 

Ste. Cicile du Bic 

44 74 

Port Dufferin 

54 07 

St. Irenee 

58 87 

Port George 

83 84 

St. Jean d’Orleans 

74 58 

j Port LaTour 

17 37 

St. Laurent d’Orleans 

19 33 

Port Lome . 

48 22 

St. Thomas de Montmagny .... 

3 30 

Port Morien (Cow Bay) 

449 76 

St. John’s Harbour 

213 50 

Port Maitland 

49 12 

Sorel Harbour 

39 50 

Riverside 

14 59 

Tadoussac 

72 44 

Saulnierville 

24 81 



Swim’s Point 

21 54 

Total for Quebec.. $ 2,281 45 


Town Point 

3 30 



Victoria 

13 39 

Less paid — 


West Pubnico 

19 87 

Carleton $ 24 42 


White Waters 

13 94 

Les Eboulements . 28 50 


Whycocomah 

28 16 

Murray Bay. ...... 39 81 




92 73 


Total 

4,621 04 


2,188 72 | 


Carried forward 

5,728 76 j 

Carried forward 

10,349 80 


28 


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3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

No. 9.— MINOR PUBLIC W ORKS — Continued. 


WHARFS, PIERS AND HARBOURS— Concluded. 


/ 

Name of Work. 

1 

Amount. 

Name of Work. 

Amount. 

COLLECTED BY DEPARTMENT OF MARINE 

$ cts. 

COLLECTED BY DEPARTMENT OF MARINE 

$ cts. 

AND FISHERIES — Con. 


AND FISHERIES — Con. 


Brought forward 

10,349 80 

Brought forward.. 

763 67 

New Brunswick. 

* 

Prince Edivard Island — Con. 


Anderson’s Hollow 

10 89 

Pinette 

10 10 

Buctouche 

35 66 

Pownal 

66 39 

Campbellton 

257 87 

Red Point 

14 95 

Cape Tormentine . . 

427 42 

1 St. Mary ’s Bav 

12 50 

Cocagne 

2 10 

South Rustico 

6 97 

Dalhousie 

84 70 

Sturgeon Pier ... 

33 53 

Edgett’s Landing 

20 49 

Tignish 

5 55 

Gardner’s Creek 

58 30 

! Vernon River 

99 93 

Hopewell Cape . 

26 06 

1 Wood Island 

35 89 

Quaco 

1 23 


St. Andrew’s Harbour. . . 

1 00 

Total 

1,049 48 




Total 

925 72 



* 


British Columbia. 


Prince Edward Island. 


Chemainus .- 

112 50 



Comox 

6 50 

Annandale 

60 48 

Victoria and Esquimalt. 

113 50 

Bay View 

19 04 


Belfast 

95 33 

Total 

232 50 

Brush Wharf 

106 02 



Chapel Point . ... 

15 90 

Grand Total 

12,557 50 

China Point 

21 23 



Crapaud and Victoria 

23V 36 



Ge jrgetown 

17 89 



Hickeys 

21 75 

Ontario 

3,540 04 

Hurd’s Point . . 

51 33 

Quebec 

2A88 72 

Kier’s Shore 

65 89 

Nova Scotia 

4,621 04 

Lambert and Stevens 

6 88 

New Brunswick ■ 

925 72 

Murray Harbour, North. . 

3 96 

P. E. Island 

1,049 48 

North Cardigan . . 

40 61 

British Columbia 

232 50 

Carried forward 

763 67 

Total 

12,557 50 







No. 9.— MINOR PUBLIC W ORKS — Continued. 


ii PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 



No. 9.— MINOR PUBLIC W ORKS — Concluded. 


30 


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11 


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11 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 


31 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 


No. 10 . 


Statement of Sick Mariners 5 Dues collected for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1903. 


Name of Port. 


Quebec. 


Gaspe ....... 

Montreal . . , 
Paspebiac . . 

Perce 

Quebec 

Rimouski . . . 
St. Armand 

St. Johns 

Stanstead . . 
Three Rivers 


New Brunswick. 


Bathurst 
Campbellton. 
Chatham. . . . 
Dalhousie . . . 
Moncton . . . 
Newcastle. . . 
Sackville. . . . 
St. John. . . . 
St. Stephen . 


Nova Scotia. 


Amherst 

Annapolis. 

Antigonish 

Aricnat 

Baddeck 

Barrington 

Canso 

Digby 

Halifax 

Kentville 

Liverpool .... 

Lockeport 

Lunenburg 

Middleton . . . 
North Sydney 

Parrsboro 

Pictou 


Amount. 

] 

Name of Port. 

j 

Amount. 

$ cts. 

Nova. Scotia — Con. 

$ cts. 

146 40 

Brought forward 

15,740 42 

7,745 98 

296 60 

| Port Hawkesbury 

156 51 

123 50 

I Port Hood 

79 68 

7,773 58 j 

i Shelburne 

72 46 

138 82 | 

j Sydney 

4,675 20 

25 46 

1 Truro 

1 94 

1,405 54 

Weymouth 

170 80 

22 22 

Windsor 

1,063 62 

553 88 | 

| Yarmouth 

612 72 

18,231 98 


j 22,573 35 


British Columbia. 

Nanaimo 

310 90 

3,317 68 

98 74 ; 

New Westminster 

90 10 

1,323 28 

! Vancouver . 

2,330 44 

' 674 12 

j Victoria 

6,837 00 

1,353 64 


— 

645 98 


12,575 22 

199 12 
6,466 34 
102 44 

P. E. Island. 

Charlottetown. ... 

396 60 



Summerside 

53 44 
450 04 

11,174 56 


405 46 

Total 

65,005 15 
153 60 

109 40 

Less Refunds 

4 76 




55 80 

Grand Total 

64,851 55 

26 30 
2 22 ! 
187 18 

Summary. 

136 52 
11,303 34 

Quebec 

18,231 98 

157 24 

New Brunswick 

11,174 56 

141 66 1 

Nova Scotia 

22,573 35 

17 72 

British Columbia 

12,575 22 

523 00 

Prince Edward Island 

450 04 

3 30 


— 

975 40 


65,005 15 

1,033 46 

Less Refunds 

153 60 

657 66 | 
15,740 42 

f 

64,851 55 


Carried forward 


32 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


11 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 


No. 11. 


Statement of Steamboat Inspection Dues collected during the fiscal year ended 

June 30, 1903. 


I 


Name of Port. ! Amount. 


Ontario. 


$ 


cts. 


Amherstburg 

Brockville 

Chatham 

Collingwood 

Cornwall 

Deseronto 

Fort William 

Goderich 

Hamilton 

Kingston . . 

Lindsay 

Midland , 

Morrisburg 

Napanee 

Niagara Falls 

Ottawa 

Owen Sound 

Parry Sound 

Peterboro 

Picton 

Port Arthur 

Prescott 

Rat Portage 

St. Catharines 

St. Thomas . '. 

Sarnia 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Simcoe 

Stratford 

Toronto 

Trenton 

Wallaceburg 

Windsor 

Quebec. 


39 

48 

46 

88 

81 

36 

819 

12 

75 

16 

170 

68 

16 

40 

333 

51 

256 

32 

1,150 

04 

242 

76 

348 

04 

75 

41 

5 

80 

15 

60 

605 

68 

1,148 

36 

378 

16 

180 

00 

150 

12 

228 

00 

200 

52 

60 

28 

276 

16 

340 

04 

676 

84 

745 

68 

28 

72 

21 

00 

1,529 

48 

6 

6C 

56 

32 

1,573 

33 


11,881 85 


Cookshire 

Montreal 

(Quebec 

Sorel 

Stanstead 


New Brunswick. 


Bathurst 

Campbellton 

Chatham 

Dalhousie 

Fredericton 

Moncton 

Newcastle 

Sackville 

St. John 

St. Stephen 

Nova Scotia. 


24 56 
624 44 
1,201 36 
16 68 
62 04 


1,929 08 

20 64 
46 40 
46 S4 
31 12 
11 20 
6 60 

6 44 

7 00 
1,554 92 

67 48 


1,798 64 


i 

Name of Port. 

Amount. 

Nova Scotia — Con. 

Liverpool 

Lunenburg 

North Sydney 

$ cts. 

40 32 
20 52 
199 12 
15 60 
54 28 
112 72 
32 04 
109 04 

Parrsboro 

Port Hawkesbury. . ...... 

Sydney 

Windsor 

Yarmouth t 

Manitoba. 

Brandon . 

Winnipeg 

4,054 40 

11 84 
130 36 

British Columbia. 

142 20 

' ■ Kaslo 

210 16 
8 52 
692 72 
400 80 
935 84 
3,697 68 

Nanaimo 

! Nelson 

New Westminster 

Vancouver 

| Victoria . . . . 

P. E. Island. 

5,945 72 

i Charlottetown 

317 56 

North-west Territories. 
i Calgary 

11 40 
689 24 
1,051 00 

Dawson 

! Whitehorse 

Total 

1,751 64 

27,821 09 
8 00 

Less Refunds 

J Engineers’ certificates 

i Inspection of barges 

Grand Total 

27,813 09 
935 00 
140 00 

28,888 09 

i! ' If 

Summary. 

! Ontario 

11,881 85 
1,929 08 
1,798 64 
4,054 40 
142 20 
5,945 72 
317 56 
1,751 64 

i 

1 Quebec 

j New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Manitoba 

British Columbia 

P. E. Island . 

N. W. Territories 

Total 

27,821 09 
8 00 

Less Refunds 


Amherst . . . 
Barrington . 
Canso . . 

Digby 

Halifax . . 
Kentville . . 


12 40 
5 96 
18 76 
5 32 
3,079 24 
349 08 


Engineers’ certificates 

Inspection of barges 

Grand Total 


27,813 09 
935 00 
140 00 


28,888 09 


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33 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 


No. 12 . 


Statement of Fisheries Revenue paid to the Credit of the Receiver General of Canada 
for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1903. 


Provinces. 

— 

8 cts. 

•S cts . 

Ontario 

Fines, Sales, &c 

1,808 83 


Q(jp lv(< 

Licenses, fines, sales, &c ... 

4,379 15 


^ovft Scotia 


3,962 45 


New Brunswick 


11,188 02 


Prince Edward Island 

• 

2,007 35 


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1,636 00 


North-wnst Territories 


1,498 50 


Y ukon 


320 00 


British Columbia 


43,015 62 


Hudson Bay 


10 00 




69,825 92 



Less — Refunds 

115 50 




— 

69,710^42 


Licenses to U. S. fishing vessels 

9,057 40 



Less — Refund 

132 00 





8,925 40 

m l - * 

Total 



78,635 82 


No. 13. 


Statement of Receipts from the Lighthouse and Coast Service of Canada, for the year 

ended June 30, 1903. 


From whom received. 

On what account. 

Amount. 

\ 

The Collector of Customs, Halifax 

Imperial Government 

Signal Station dues. 

Contribution to Sable Island 

$ cts. 

927 00 
1,946 C6 

■ 

Total 

2,873 66 


No. 14. 


Statement of Militia Revenue for the year ended June 30, 1903. 


Ammunition, stores and clothing 

Miscellaneous 

Rents 

Royal Military College 


8 cts . 

10,117 67 
3,824 73 
3,893 63 
23,955 51 


Total 


41,791 54 


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No. 15. 


Statement of Total Receipts on account of Ordnance Lands of Canada, for the year 

ended June 30, 1903. 


Amount received from Ordnance Lands 


$ cts. 
35,700 50 


No. 16 . 

% 

DOMINION LANDS REVENUE. 

Statement of Receipts on account of Dominion Lands for the fiscal year ended 

June 30, 1903. 


Particulars. 




Homestead fees 

Cancellation fees 

Improvements - 

General sales of lands 

Map sales, office fees, &c 

Timber dues : 

Grazing lands 

Coal lands 

Hay permits 

Mining fees . . 

Hydraulic leases .... 

Dredging leases 

Export tax on gold 

Free miners’ certificates .... . 

Rent of water power 

Fees re applications for patents 

Patent fees and interchange fees . 

Survey fees 

Rental of lands 

Examination fees, Dominion lands surveyors, 

Refunds of refunds 

Overdeposits . . 

Rocky Mountains Park of Canada 

Inspection fees 

Irrigation fees 

Extra assay charges 

Miscellaneous 


Refunds 


Amount. 


/ . 


$ cts. 

320,409 65 
20 00 
11,829 08 
155,507 59 
5,911 96 
470,916 93 
13,911 73 
375 65 
1,991 09 
201,019 90 
12,467 39 
6,192 27 
302,893 48 
82,624 52 
74 35 
20 00 
550 00 
103,601 70 
19,403 79 
365 00 
536 95 
10 00 
. 4,268 05 
5 00 
85 00 
1,411 23 
194 89 


1,716,597 20 
21,005 57 


1,695,591 63 


Note.— Besides the cash receipts shown above, scrip to the amount of §173,775.36 was received in 
payment of land and for rent 




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No. 17. 


' Penitentiaries Revenue, 1902-1903. 


Kingston 

St. Vincent de Paul 

Dorchester 

Manitoba 

British Columbia. . . 
Regina Jail ... 
Prince Albert Jail . . 
Edmonton Jail 


Penitentiaries. 


$ cts. 


30,797 48 
1,625 80 
1,916 03 
3,285 85 
1,726 69 
17 10 
16 25 
251 20 


39,636 40 


No. 18. 


Statement of Fines and Forfeitures, including Seizures for Year ended June 30, 1903. 


Pines collected and deposited to the credit of the Receiver General, by — 

The Lieutenant Governor of the North-west Territories 

Department of Agriculture 

Finance Department, sundry banks 

Department of Marine and Fisheries 

M Indian Affairs 

ii Railways and Canals 

Post Office Department 

North-west Mounted Police 

Clerk of the Peace, Fraserville 

ii Quebec 

Police Magistrate, Dawson . 

ii . Whitehorse 

Owen Sound ... 

n Brock ville "..... 

ii Oshawa . . 

n Clinton 

The Sheriff, North-west Territories 

ii Moosomin 

Colonization Society lottery ' 

B . C . Electric Railway Co '. 

Bail estreated, King vs. Schultz 

ii King vs. Roberts .♦ 


§ cts. 


5,215 88 
114 70 
10,000 00 
895 50 
27 00 
25 00 
60 00 
80 00 
20 60 
100 00 
3,163 00 
844 60 
37 00 
6 00 
10 00 
10 00 
125 00 
40 00 
791 95 
100 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 


Carried forward 


24,666 23 


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No. 18. — Statement of Fines, Forfeitures, &c. — Continued. 


Ports. 


Gross 

amount paid 
in to 

the credit of 
Receiver 
Ge eral. 


Brought forward. 


Bridgeburg ... . 

Brock vi lie 

Chatham. 

Fort William . . . 

Goderich 

Hamilton 

Kingston 

London 

Niagara Falls. . 

Ottawa 

Peterborough . . . 

Port Arthur 

Prescott 

St. Catharines... 

Sarnia.. . 

Sault Ste. Marie . 

Simcoe 

Toronto 

Windsor 


Customs Seizures. 
Ontario. 


Quebec. 


Abercorn 

Coaticook 

Cookshire 

Hemmingford . 
Mansonville. . 

Montreal 

Quebec 

St.Johns.. .. 

Sorel 

Stan stead 


Neiv Brunswick. 


Dalhousie . . 
Fredericton 
Moncton. . . . 
St. John 
St. Stephen 
Woodstock. . 


Nova Scotia. 


Barrington 

Canso . 

Digby 

Halifax 

Lunenburg 

North Sydney 

Parrsboro 

Port Hawkesbury . 

Port Hood 

Sydney 

Weymouth 

Yarmouth 


Carried forward . 


$ cts. 


2,186 78 
75 00 


400 00 
49 00 


133 08 
10 10 
1 00 
93 24 
37 50 
13 00 
13 26 
24 10 
9 50 
353 60 
65 00 
760 17 
626 57 


4,850 90 


86 70 


240 15 


2,736 28 . 
578 21 
425 84 


251 80 


4,319 01 


100 00 
55 00 


27 37 
265 10 
226 90 


674 37 


400 00 
100 00 
109 52 
400 00 
1,025 00 
10 02 


15 00 
25 00 
520 47 


2,605 01 


Seizing 
Officers’ and 
Informers’ 
Shares 

and Expenses. 


$ cts. 


676 26 
41 25 

2 31 
390 00 

3 00 
23 ? 80 
112 18 

6 25 
1 86 
15 60 


14 52 
9 80 
5 23 
96 50 
46 20 
147 50 
802 45 


2,603 71 

182 73 
85 25 
7 88 
58 30 
43 16 
2,357 52 
773 54 
47 14 
56 60 
92 74 


3,704 86 


86 00 


117 41 
285 87 
520 38 
419 81 


1,429 47 


7 00 
358 00 
75 00 


390 00 
678 37 


40 16 
194 36 
19 25 
25 00 
10 60 


1,797 74 


Total. 


$ cts. 
24,666 23 


24,666 23 


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No. 18. — Statement op Fines, Forfeitures, &c. — Continued. 


Ports. 


Brought forward 

Customs Seizures— Continued. 
Manitoba. 


Brandon . . 
Winnipeg 


British Columbia. 


Gross 

amount paid 
in to 

the credit of 
Receiver 
General. 


cts. 


2,434 75 


2,434 75 


Seizing 
Officers’ and 
Informers’ 
Shares 

and Expenses. 


8 cts. 


196 32 
2,478 60 


2,674 92 


Total. 


8 cts. 
24,666 23 


Grand Forks . 

Nanaimo 

Nelson 

Rossland 

Vancouver. . 
Victoria . . 


Prince Edward Island. 


989 50 


18 00 
1,515 33 
2,484 62 | 


5,007 45 


352 06 ! 
364 84 ! 
9 73 
46 00 j 
373 62 1 
1,434 97 j 

2,581 22 


Charlottetown 


741 69 


607 69 


North-viest Territories. 


Calgary . . 
Lethbridge. 
Regina 


Yukon District. 


100 00 

55 oo ; 

1,967 80 

408 52 j 

19 00 


2,086 80 

463 52 


Dawson 

Whitehorse. 

Special Branch 

Preventive Service. . 
Seizures generally . 


o © 

I-i Tf 

<N CC 
© © 

<N 

2,141 36 
585 97 

2,265 50 

2,727 33 



61,920 94 

24,414 80 

29,983 87 

24,177 99 


14,906 47 


Totals. 


Ontario 

Quebec . 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Manitoba 

British Columbia .... 

Prince Edward Island 

North-west Territories 

Yukon District 

Special Branch 

Preventive Service 

Seizures generally 

Grand totals. 

Carried forward . 


4,850 90 
4,319 01 
674 37 
2,605 01 
2,434 75 
5,007 45 
741 69 
2,086 80 
2,265 50 
61,920 94 
29,983 87 


116,890 29 


2,603 71 
3,704 86 
1,429 47 
1,797 74 
2,674 92 
2,581 22 
607 69 
463 52 ! 
2,727 33 | 
24,414 80 
24,177 99 ! 
14,906 47 i 


82,089 72 


34,800 57 
59,466 80 


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No. 18. — Statement of Fines, Forfeitures, &c. — Concluded. 


Ports. 

Gross 

amount paid 
in to 

the credit of 
Receiver 
General. 

Seizing 
Officers’ and 
Informers’ 
Shares 

and Expenses. 

Total. 

+ 

Brought forward.. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ ct.. 
59,466 80 

Inland Revenue Seizures. 



. Ontario. 




Belleville 

20 00 




9 60 


Hamilton 

10 00 

TO 00 



10 00 



1 50 




0 75 


St. Catharines 

50 00 

50 00 


Toronto ... 

310 00 

435 00 


Quebec. 


Montreal 

878 20 

792 93 


Quebec 

41 07 


Sherbrooke 

50 00 

35 81 


St. Hyacinthe ....... 

5 10 


Three Rivers 

5 00 



New Brunswick. 




St. John. 

700 00 

350 00 


Nova Scotia. 


1 


Halifax 

250 00 

150 00 


Pictou 

108 07 

215 29 


British Columbia. 



Vancouver 

203 66 

148 59 


Victoria 

300 00 

268 00 



2,894 93 

2,513 64 

381 29 




59,848 09 


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No. 19- 

premium, DISCOUNT AND EXCHANGE. 


From what Source received. 


Discount below par ($4'86§ to the pound 
sterling) sent to England 




Discount on stock bought for Sinking 
Funds- 

per cent stock 

II 


C.P.R. land grant bonds redeemed. 


Rate 


Amount 


Amount 

• 

of 

Time. 

of Sterling 

of 

Total. 

i Purchase. 


purchased. 


Discount. 




£ 

s. 

d. 

•$ cts . 

S cts. 

4-81944 

[60 days. 

i 10,000 

0 

0 

4,722 22 


482361 

tf 

210,000 

0 

c 

9,041 68 


4 825 

If 

100,000 

0 

0 

4,166 67 


4-82916 

If . . 

10,000 

0 

0 

375 00 


483055 

If . . 

135,000 

0 

0 

4,875 00 


4-83125 

If . . j 

50,000 

0 

0 

1,770 83 


483194 

If 

120,000 

0 

0 

4,166 66 


4 833 

It . . I 

95,000 

0 

0 

3,166 67 


4 83472 

If • • 

200,000 

0 

0 

6,388 88 


483611 

II 

85,000 

0 

0 

2,597 21 


4 8368 

II . . 

30,000 

0 

0 

895 84 


4 8375 

If . . 

500,000 

0 

0 

14,583 30, 


483819 

II 

25,000 

0 

0 

711 81 


48388 

II . . 1 

440,000 

0 

0 

12,222 25 


4-839582 

II • • 1 

10,000 

0 

0 

270 84 


4-840277 

If . • 

490,000 

0 

0 

12,930 59 


484166 

II • . I 

100,000 

0 

0 

2,500 00 


4 8422 

It . . 

60,000 

0 

0 

2,666 66 


482361 

II 

150,000 

0 

0 

3,645 85 


4 84305 

If 

300,000 

0 

0 

4,958 32 


484375 

II 

110,000 

0 

0 

2,291 67 


4845138 

II 

50,000 

0 

0 

1,076 39 


484583 

II . . 

10,000 

0 

0 

208 33 


4-84722 

It . . | 

10,000 

0 

0 

194 45 


4847916 

1. .. 

220,000 

0 

0 

4,125 01 


484861 

It .. 

230,000 

0 

0 

4,152 76 ; 


4849305 

II .. 

50,000 

0 

0 

868 05 1 


4-851388 

II 

200,000 

0 

0 

3,055 56 j 


4 85277 

If 

65,000 

0 

0 

902 80 ; 


4853472 

II 

200,000 

0 

0 

2,638 88 , 


485416 

It . . 

250,000 

0 

0 

3,125 00- 


4 8555 

I* . • 

10,000 

0 

0 

Ill 11 








119,406 29 

911 


9,556 13 

3 

3,895 10 


91| 


12,971 

1 

6 

5,207 88 







— 

9,102 98 



$ 

cts. 



110 


11,000 

0 

0 


1,100 00 






129,609 27 


s 


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No. 20. 

INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS. 


From what Source received 
and 

Nature of Investment. 


Sinking Funds. 
Canada reduced 4 per cent Loan. 
Canadian securities 


Rupert's Land Loan. 
Canadian securities 


Intercolonial Railway Loan. 
Canadian securities 


Loan of 1874. 
Canadian securities . . . 


Time. 

To 

what date 
paid. 

Rate of Interest. 

Amount 

invested. 

Interest r 
Sterling. 

ealized. 

Currency. 




p. c. 

£ s. 

d. 

£ s. 

d 

$ cts. 

1 

year 

April 1, 1903. . 

24 

319,467 16 

10 

7,986 13 

10 

38,868 56 

1 

M 

1,1903.. 

4 

26,500 0 

0 

1,060 0 

0 

5,158 66 

h 

II 

.. 1, 1903. . 

4 

3,800 0 

0 

76 0 

0 

369 87 

1 

n 

1, 1903. . 

5 

9,800 0 

0 

490 0 

0 

2,384 68 

1 h 

„ 

1, 1903. . 

5 

1,700 0 

0 

42 10 

0 

206 83 

1 

II 

May 1, 1903. . 

4 

691,137 16 

1 

27,645 10 

4 

134,541 52 

1} 

It 

.. 1,1903.. 

4 

9,676 7 

2 

193 10 

6 

941 82 

1 

„ 

June 1, 1903. . 

34 

333,436 18 

11 

11,670 5 

10 

56,795 40 

i 

tl 

.. 1,1903.. 

34 

151 15 

7 

2 13 

2 

12 95 

1 

It 

July 1,1903.. 

3“ 

1,166,986 8 

0 

35,009 11 

10 

170,380 00 

4 

„ 

1,1903.. 

3 

35,294 2 

4 

529 8 

3 

! 2,576 48 

l 

„ 

„ 1,1903.. 

4 

1,358,802 17 

11 

54,352 2 

4 

| 264,513 64 

4 

If 

1,1903.. 

4 

20,678 1 

9 

413 11 

3 

2,012 67 







139,471 17 

4 

678,763 08 

l 

year 

April 1, 1903. . 

24 

23,331 5 

11 

583 5 

8 

2,838 65 

t 

it 

May 1, 1903.. 

4 

72,461 2 

8 

2,898 9 

0 

* 14,105 78 

4 

it 

„ 1,1903.. 

4 

1,470 10 

9 

29 8 

2 

143 13 

l 

tt 

June 1, 1903. . 

34 

7,602 15 

1 

266 1 

10 

1,294 98 

L 

it 

July 1, 1903. . 

3 

81,677 17 

6 

’ 2,450 6 

8 

11,924 96 

4 

n 

.. 1, 1903.. 

3 

3,401 3 

5 

51 0 

5 

248 30 

l 

n 

„ 1, 1903.. 

4 

18,400 0 

0 

736 0 

0 

3,581 87 







7,014 11 

9 

34,137 67 

l 

year 

April 1, 1903.. 

5 

- 

! 49,000 0 

o 

2,490 0 

0 

19,118 00 

l 

tt 

.. 1,1903.. 

24 

! 206,274 3 

10 

5,156 17 

2 

25,096 72 

4 

„ 

1, 1903. . 

24 

| 22,527 12 

9 

281 11 

11 

1,370 43 

l 

II 

May 1, 1903.. 

4 

! 550,600 0 

0 

22,024 0 

0 

107,183 46 

l 

H 

lJune 1, 1903. . 

34 

105,613 15 

8 

3,696 9 

8 

17,989 55 

l 

tl * 

July 1, 1903.. 

3 

779,427 15 

6 

23,382 16 

8 

113,796 46 

4 

tt 

„ 1,1903.. 

3 

137,321 2 

3 

559 16 

4 

2,724 44 

l 

It - 

„ 1,1903.. 

- 4 

1218,603 14 

6 

8,744 3 

0 

42,554 86 







66,335 14 

1 

322,833 92 

l 

year 

April 1, 1903. . 

24 

117,653 10 

10 

2,941 6 10 

14,314 52 

1 

it 

.. 1,1903.. 

4 

12,500 0 

0 

500 0 

0 

2,433 34 

l 

it 

.. 1,1903.. 

5 

11,100 0 

0 

555 0 

0 

2,701 00 

4 

tt 

.. 1, 1903. 

5 

800 0 

0 

20 0 

o 

97 33 

l 

H 

May 1,1903.. 

4 

323,066 14 

0 

12,922 13 

4 i 

62,890 30 

4 

tt ' 

.. 1,1903.. 

4 I 

6,329 11 

Of 

326 11 

10 

1,589 42 

l 

tt 

June 1, 1903 . 

34 

41,748 10 

1 

1,461 4 

o 

7,111 18 

l 

tt 

Julv 1,1903.. 

3 ; 

341,748 19 

8 

10,250 4 

8 

49,884 46 

l 

tt 

1,1903.. 

4 ! 

159,559 0 

1 

6,382 7 

2 

31,060 82 







35,359 7 10 

172,082 37 








— 1 



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No. 20. — Interest on Investments — Continued. 


From what Source received 
and 

Nature of Investment. 


Sinking Funds— C on. 
Loan of 1875. 
Canadian securities . ... 


Loa n of 1876. 
Canadian securities . . . 


Loan of 1878-79. 
Canadian securities .... 


Loan of 1884- 
Canadian securities . . . . 


Loan of 1875-78. 
Canadian securities 


Total on sinking funds carried 
forward 





+2 

1 

$ 

-U 



Interest realized. 

Time 

To 

what date 
paid. 

C 

HH 

Amount 







o 

© 

invested. 











Sterling. 


Currency. 




tf 









p. c. 

£ s. 

d. 

£ s. 

d. 

$ ets. 

1 

year 

ii 

April 1, 1903.. 

2 b 

20,855 11 

2 

521 7 

10 

2,537 44 

1 

.. 1,1903.. 

4 

3,000 0 

0 

120 0 

0 

584 00 

1 

m 

1,1903.. 

5 

2,600 0 

0 

130 0 

0 

632 66 

1 

ti 

May 1, 1903. . 

4 

71,133 17 

7 

2,845 7 

0 

13,847 36 

b 

ti 

1,1903.. 

4 

2,607 19 

0 

52 3 

2 

253 84 

1 

n 

June 1, 1903. . 

H 

8,089 15 

3 

283 2 

10 

1,377 96 

b 

n 

n 1,1903.. 

3l 

128 8 

1 

2 4 

11 

10 93 

1 

it 

Julv 1, 1903. . 

3 

95,496 17 

10 

2,864 18 

2 

13,942 56 

1 

it 

„ 1,1903.. 

4 

*34,469 13 

9 

1,378 11 

10 

6,709 14 







8,197 15 

9 

39,895 89 

1 

year 

April 1, 1903. . 

2 b 

41,953 13 

11 

1,048 16 10 

5,104 36 

1 

If 

.. 1,1903.. 

4 

6,800 0 

0 

272 0 

0 

1,323 74 

1 

II 

i. 1,1903.. 

5 

6,300 0 

0 

315 0 

0 

1,533 00 

1 

tf 

May 1, 1903. . 

4 

155,327 16 

9 

6,213 2 

4 

30,237 16 

b 

II 

.. 1,1903.. 

June 1, 1003 . . 

4 

6,025 11 

8 

120 10 

3 

586 50 

1 

„ 

3 b 

19,195 17 

1 

671 17 

2 

3,269 70 

1 

II 

July 1, 1903. . 

3 

216,929 1 

0 

6,507 17 

4 

31,671 62 

1 

It 

„ 1,1903.. 

4 

86,024 13 

1 

3,440 19 

8 

! 16,746 12 







18,590 3 

7 

90,472 20 

1 

year 

April 1, 1903.. 

2 b 

83,154 14 

7 

2,078 17 

4 

10,117 15 

1 

ii 

„ 1,1903.. 

4 

11,700 0 

0 

468 0 

0 

2,277 60 

1 

n 

May 1, 1903. . 

4 

233,165 17 

11 

9,326 12 

8 

45,389 62 

b 

it 

„ 1,1903.. 

4 

204 18 

5 

204 1 

11 

993 26 

1 

ii 

June 1, 1903. . 

3 b 

31,265 16 

6 

1,094 6 

0 

5,325 60 

1 

it 

July 1, 1903 . 

3 

330,696 16 

3 

9,920 18 

2 

48,281 76 

1 

ii 

.. 1,1903.. 

4 

131,127 12 

1 

5,245 2 

0 

25,526 14 







28,337 18 

1 

137,911 13 

1 

year 

ii 

April 1, 1903.. 

2 b 

65,562 4 

10 

1,639 1 

2 

7,976 75 

1 

.. 1,1903.. 

4 

500 0 

0 

20 0 

0 

97 34 

b 

ii 

1, 1903... 

4 

400 0 

0 

8 0 

0 

38 93 

1 

it 

May 1,1903.. 

4 

I 64,777 2 

3 

2,591 1 

8 

12,609 94 

b 

it 

- 1,1903.. 

4 

9,389 9 

2 

187 15 10 

913 92 

1 

ii 

June 1, 1903. . 

3b 

102,393 8 

5 1 

3,583 15 

6 

17,441 04 

b 

it 

1,1903.. 

3| 

5,243 4 

6 

91 15 

1 

446 53 

1 

ii 

July 1, 1903 . 

3 

322,816 5 

1 

9,684 9 

8 

47,131 16 

1 

ti 

.. 1,1903.. 

4 

55,373 13 

1 

2,214 18 10 

10,779 38 







20,020 17 

9 

97,434 99 

1 

year 

" 

April 1, 1903. . 

2 b 

175,435 10 

1 

4,385 17 

8 

21,344 62 

1 

May 1, 1903. . 

4 

277,136 5 

7 

11,035 9 

0 

53,949 20 

b 


1, 1903. . 

4 

3,467 5 

3 

69 6 11 

337 48 

1 


June 1, 1903. . 

3 b 

90,730 0 

10 

3,175 11 

0 

15,454 34 

1 

ii 

July 1,1903.. 

3" 

638,644 1 

5! 

19,159 6 

6 

93,242 04 

b 

ii 

u 1, 1903 . 

3 [ 

22,855 19 

11 

342 16 10 

1,66S 50 

1 

it 

„ l,19d3.. 

4 I 

148,100 0 

0 

5,924 0 

0 

28,830 13 







44,142 7 

11 

214,826 31 






• • 1 

367,470 14 

9 

1,788,357 56 


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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


11 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

No. 20. — Interest on Investments — Continued. 


From what Source received 
and 

Nature of Investment. 

Time. 

' To 

what date 
paid. 

Rate of Interest. 

Amount 

invested. 

Interest realized. 

Sterling. 

Currency. 

Sinking Funds— Continued. 



p.c. 

£ s. d. 

£ s. d. 

$ cts. 







1,788,357 56 

Consolidated Fund Investment 






Account. 







Canadian securities 

year 

Apl. 30, 1903. . 

4 

47,422 4 6 

948 9 0 

4,615 79 


^ It 

„ 30, 1903. . 

5 

2,000 0 0 

50 0 0! 

243 33 


7> 11 

June 1, 1903. . 

34 

46,176 11 10 

808 1 10 

3,932 71 


7£ II 

„ 30, 1903. . 

34 

16,000 0 0 

280 0 0 

1,362 67 


h » 

1 1 30, 1903. 

3 

20,000 0 0 

300 0 0 

1,460 00 






2,386 10 lOj 

11,614 50 

Montreal Barbour Commissioners. 











$ cts. 

$ cts. 


Debentures 

1 year 

June 30, 1903.. 

H 

2,000,000 00 

70,000 00 


it . 

1 ,i 

„ 30, 1903.. 

3 

550,000 00 

16,500 00 


It ..... . 

h " 

„ 30, 1903.. 

3 

550,000 00 

8,250 00 


II . 

117 d. 

Sept. 5, 1902. . 

3 

100,000 oo- 

961 64 


ir ~ I 

71 M 

Oct. 21, 1902. . 

3 

250,000 00 

1,458 90 


it . . . 

12 

Dec. 19, 1902. . 

3 

100,000 00 

98 63 


n . ... 

1 „ 

„ 31, 1902. . 

3 

100,000 00 

8 22 



118 

June 30, 1903. . 

3 

250,000 00 

2,424 66 



27 .. 

„ 30,1903.. 

3 

100,000 00 

221 92 








99,923 97 

Province of Manitoba. 







Advances on account of Swamp 







Lands Commission 

Vari’s 

June 30, 1903. . 

5 

28,531 37 

[ 

653 72 

Canadian Pacific Raihoay. 







Land grunt bonds 

210 d. 

Oct. 27, 1902.. 

5 

. 11,000 00 


315 68 

St, John Bridge and Railway 




Extension. 







\ H vam»ps 

1 vpar 

June 30,1903. . 

4 

433,900 00 


17,356 00 

Canadian Northern Railway. 

J j 





Debentures 

1 year June 30, 1903. . 

4 

243,858 27 

9,754 33 


„ 

llmos 

.. 30,1903.. 

4 

20,000 00 



If 

10 M 

.. 30, 1903. . 

4 

20,000 00 



II • 

5 .. 

„ 30, 1903. . 

4 

20,000 00 



It . - ... ....... 

4 H 

.1 30, 1903.. 

4 

20,000 00 

2,000 00 







11,754 33 


Less — Interest on receipts 





69 78 

11,684 55 

Calgary and Edmonton Railway . 

1 year 

June30, 1903. . 

4 

1,013,802 33 

40,552 09 


It tf It 

i - 

„ 30,1903.. 

4 

40,000 00 

800 00 







41,352 09 


Less— Interest on receipts .... 





136 60 

41,215 49 







1,971,121 47 


ii PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 43 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

No. 20 . — Interest on Investments — Concluded. 


From what Source received 
and 

Nature of Investment. 

Time. 

To 

what date 
paid. 

i +3 

32 

£ 

& 

a 

Amount 

Interest realized. 

'o 

© 

1 

invested. 

Sterling. 

Currency. 




p.C. 

•S cts. 

£ s. d. 

$ cts. 

Brought forward 






1,971,121 47 

Qu’Appelle, Long Lake and Sas- 
katchewan Railway 

1 year 

i » 

June 30, 1903.. 
„ 30, 1903.. 

4 

1,142,780 14 
40,000 00 

45,711 20 
800 00 

^ ' J ft II H 

4 


CiESS — Interest on receipts .... 





49,511 20 
47 57 







46,463 63 

Grand Trunk Railway. 






Preference stock 

1 year 

Dec. 31, 1902.. 

1 

121,739 65 


1,217 40 

Bank of Montreal , London. 


Interest on account current . ... 






1,757 19 

His Excellency the Governor 
General. 




J -Jr 


Interest on cost of car Victoria. . 

1 year 

June 30, 1903. . 

3 

13,111 87 



393 35 



1 




2,020,953 04 


44 


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11 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 


No. 21. 

Staatement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General for the Year ending 

June 30, 1903. 


From whom Received and Nature of Receipt. 


Department ot the Secretary of State : — 

Fees 

Refund previous years, reception Duke of Y ork. 

Department of Printing and Stationery : — 

Sale of publications 

M waste paper ... 

Profits, Stationery Office 


Department of Agriculture : — 

Cattle inspection 

Sales, experimental farms 

Refund previous years, account Buffalo Exhibition 

ii ii G. C. Chapais 

n ii Jno. McCurdy, acct., Moosomin Dairy 

ii ji C. G . . . 


overpayment, Innisfail 

ii Red Deer Patron . 

ii Calgary Patron. . 


$ cts . $ cts . 


47,911 80 

51 52 * 

47,903 32 

4,7-14 51 
1,440 25 
417 40 

G,572 10 


5,512 74 
11, GOO 02 ! 
549 95 
126 63 
19 29 
GO 00 
1 10 
G 64 
3 00 


17,949 57 


Finance Department : — . •* 

Conscience money .-. . 

Outstanding cheques 

Sale of reports 

British American Bank Note Co 

Profit on silver coinage 

ii copper coinage 

Sale of lighting apparatus, High Commissioner's Office 

Refund previous years. Colonial Conference 

Amount deposited by Peterson, Tate & Co., re Fast Line of Steamers 
Short paid salaries 


20 00 
7,660 44 
0 95 
50,000 00 
462,795 29 
20,316 47 
17 03 
' 598 00 
48,666 66 
2 50 


590,077 34 


Department of Public Works 

Sale of material, Halifax Custom-house 

n old stoves 

ii coal screenings, Ottawa 

it stools, Ottawa 

it lead, iron, &c., Ottawa 

ii scrap iron, Toronto. *. 

n old tank ,i 

ii scrap brass n i 

H timber, sundry places 

n stack coal, Goderich harbour ... 

n old barn, Calgary ‘ 

ii immigrant building, Brandon 

ii site, Alexandra. . 

n tools, sundry places 

ii temporary post office, New Westminster 

H old dredge George McKenzie . . . 

ii old boilers, tugs Ottaiva and Sensation 

H old pump and furnace, Registration office, Prince Albert 

ti old cable, land and cable telegraph lines 

H old letter boxes, post office, Bobcaygeon 

ii letter box fronts, Cordova Mine. 

H goods, Whitehorse, Lewis and Yukon River 


1,170 53 
93 60 

39 06 
15 40 

125 31 
109-33 

40 00 
120 22 

51 00 
20 70 
150 00 
399 00 


2,800 00 


17 

68 

42 

00 

30 

50 

100 

00 

27 

25 ! 

67 

59 

23 

00 

6 

00 

1,026 

58 

6,474 

75 


Carried forward 


662,562 39 


11 


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45 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

jfo. 21. — Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General, etc. — Continued . 


From whom Received and Nature of Receipt . 

•$ cts. 

$ cts. 


6,474 75 
104 40 

662,562 39 

Department of Public W <rrks— Continued. 


19 50 



25 00 


m old scows 

200 00 
200 00 



392 36 



0 65 



ICO 00 



28 78 


,, ,, harbours generally 

267 56 



237 03 



32 00 


,, i, Golden-Windermere telegraph lines, B.C 

5 93 


Refund, previous years, reception to the Duke of York 

3,669 04 
6C0 00 
55 01 


ti it Quebec immigration bridges 


it ii pay lists 

1 65 
20 00 



4 70 


is tt ti Yukon telegraph 

84 50 
200 00 


ii ii Post offices, sundry places 

ii - dredging 

,, ,, Sault Ste. Marie wharf 

104 90 
140 12 
371 22. 
1,000 00 

27 50 


„ ,i overpaymei^, R, Cameron, Picton, P.0 


ii it amount paid by Hon. J. I. Tarte to workmen of 

department . 


„ 1 , balance, Tache & Minard 

1 30 


ti ii travelling expenses, P. E. Mercier 

it ii expenditure 

164 15 
275 00 


Rent of water lot— Port Murier, N.S , 

ii at Kingston 

1 00 
1 00 


ii Rossland buildings 

7 00 


•i Toronto island . 

1 00 


ii post office, Portland 

37 50 


ti ii Victoria • 

3,792 01 
112 50 


n ii St. John 


Priviledge of laying track across Edmonton bridge . . . 

5 00 


Balance of amount retained from salary of J. C. Tache, aga ; nst sums 
advanced on account, Yukon and Lewes river ... 

839 19 

19,603 24 

Department of the Interior — 

Registration fees, North-west Territories and Yukon 

Refund on account of relief mortgages 

63,657 23 
2,872 44 
447 10 

H ii relief advances 


ii ii seed grain advances, 1894 

4,662 01 
1,974 18 
243 98 


ii ii ti n 1896 . .... 

,, ,i ,i ii 1898 


ii it it H 1900 

ii it ii it 1901 

it it it ii 1902 

„ „ „ „ 1903 

1,526 75 
6,653 47 
86 16 
15 55 


it previous years, sundry persons, travelling expenses 

359 34 


it it overpaid salary, C. P. Burns 

. H ,i contingencies, B. Davies 

5 00 
314 00 


„ 1 , railway fare, G. O’Brien 

36 75 


H it removal expenses, S. A. Hogarth ....... 

•20 08 


n it treaty expenses, F. W. O. Werry 

ii t, advance, H. J. Price 

93 30 
1 00 


,i ,i overpayment on lumber, D. C. White 

5 50 


it it expenditure, re seizure of lumber ... 

ii i, advance, Manitoba ‘ Free Press ’ 

244 00 
4 10 


,, ,1 account of flour, S. Rozozinski 

5 50 




Carried forward 

83,227 44 

682,165 63 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


ii 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

No. 21. — Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General, &c. — Continued. 


From whom Received and Nature of Receipt. 


Brought forward 


Department of the Interior — Continued. 

Refund on previous years, half-breeds commission, J. A. J. McKenna. 

n ii immigration 

Sale of Mining Inspector’s office, Hunker 

ii Manitoba Agricultural Department 

n gold scales, Dawson 

ii horses, Immigration Commissioner 

ii horse, Dauphin 

ii old stove, Calgary . . 

Rent of safe and typewriter, Battleford 

Refund, damage to machinery in transit 

Rebate on freight, per J. T. Lithgow 


Department of Indian Affairs — 

Refund, previous years, annuity 

W. S. Grant 


repayment on account seed loans 

loan, High river school 

H. A. Conroy, for services of clerk 

m expenses to pay annuities 

• A. McBride & Co., duplicate charge 

C. Todd, travelling expenses 

beef supplie I, Antoine Bone 

seed supplied Indians 

loan, St. Joseph school 

Industrial school 

Ashcroft, 1st instalment on $500 loan 

overpayment, High river school 

railway fares by pupils. 

cheque issued, but purchase not completed for build 

ing, Beren’s river 

Sale of wool, Onion Lake 

ii wood ii : . . 

it lime, &c 

ii cow, Fort Chepengan t . . . 

ii pit saw, Doukhobors 

ii typewriter, Victoria 

ii wheat Elkhorn school 

ii produce n 

n house to Indians 

ii lumber 

H provisions left over after trip, S. R. Mortlake 

Tuition, white children attending Indian school. 

Expenses re seizure of lumber reserve, Big Island band 

Cheque not accepted in payment of account 

Cash paid on sale of building at Yellow Horse ..... 

Rent, Indian office, West Coast ' 

Rent, Agency House, Uculet 

Work done, Ruperts Land school 

ii Elkhorn school 

Conscience money 


Department of Customs — 

Conscience money 

Sale of old papers 

ii forms 

ii old stove and flag, Windsor, O 

ii ii Braceburg.. 

Refund previous years, salaries. 

extra services 

acct. seizure 266, schooner May Fly . 

informer’s share, seizures 

overpaid telephone company 

amount paid for telegram 


Carried forward . 


Ct8. 


$ cts. 


83,227 44 1 682,165 63 


286 52 

59 55 
35 00 
12 50 

60 0) 
115 00 

15 00 
3 30 
5 00 
7 00 
85 35 


5,595 27 
0 20 

15 10 
75 00 
12 00 

327 16 
3 15 
59 80 
6 80 
123 50 
75 00 
707 19 
100 00 
75 00 
83 00 

2,500 00 
24 80 
10 40 
10 80 
50 00 

16 00 
20 00 

543 42 
233 05 
5 00 

5 00 
2 00 
1 75 

28 95 
27 40 
7 00 
12 00 

6 00 
182 45 
149 00 

15 00 


330 48 
9 60 

4 00 
13 00 

5 00 
256 62 

50 00 
10 50 
237 88 
10 00 
4 50 


931 58 


83,911 66 


11,108 19 


777,185 48 


ii 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 


47 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

No. 21 — Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General, &c. — Continued. 


From whom Received and Nature of Receipt. 

$ cts. 

8 cts, 

Brought forward 

931 58 

777,185 48 

Department of Custom — Continued. 

226 33 

ii part of cheque, party cannot be found 

0 60 


Outstanding cheques 

86 85 
1 80 


Balance due, Bradley estate 

438 28 




Less — A mount received from collector of Customs, St. John, due 
the province of New Brunswick 

1,685 44 
1,000 00 

685 44 

Department of Justice — 

46 25 

ti ii Dorchester m 

72 44 


ii ii Manitoba n 

1 25 


ii ii St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary 

2 85 


it H British Columbia h 

1 00 



8 97 


ii scrap iron, Kingston Penitentiary 

it old stoker, boiler tubes, &c., Kingston Penitentiary 

1,027 98 
248 03 
307 00 


n organ, Dorchester u 

30 00 


ii scrap iron " m 

10 00 


ii * ii and old bottles, Regina Jail 

ii ice and steam whistle, Manitoba Penitentiary 

ii coal and beef, Manitoba Penitentiary 

12 40 
12 65 
152 44 


ii convict uniform, St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary 

ii horse collar n n 

35 77 
7 25 


Return of gratuity granted Mrs. McCarthy on death of husband, St. Vin- 
cent de Paul Penitentiary 

Money confiscated from convicts, Kingston Penitentiary 

250 00 
7 25 


Refund, previous years, travelling expenses 

47 50 


ii ii railway ticket . 

Sheriff’s fees, Yukon 

53 90 
5,367 06 



7,701 99 

Department of Militia and Defence : — 

Refund, previous years, pay and allowances 

74 75 j 

n n arms, ammunition 

50 27 


it n annual drill 

ii ii transport 

33 60 1 
8 35 i 


n it overpayment to Hattie & Myliers 

it H travellipg expenses, Col. Cotton 

10 70 I 
125 00 


ii n barrack services, Winnipeg 

75 00 


•• ii properties repairs, Quebec 

10 


it ii Referee’s fees, re King v. Hesslein 

Conscience money 

92 30 
13 00 



483 07 

Department of Railways and Canals : — 

Refund, previous years, canal damages, Murray Canal 

8 00 

ir ii H Welland n . 

50 58 : 


ti ii damage to dredge No. 2, St. Lawrence canal 

Sale of bacon . . .......... 

199 20 | 
84 00 


ii flour 

20 00 


ii scrap brass and iron, Welland canal 

2,323 25 
55 00 


ii old sheds, St. Peters canal . 


ii horse and train stuff, Dibblier’s party 

it old boiler, tug ‘ Frank Perew ’ 

21 38 
80 00 


Conscience money ...... 

64 85 


Contractor’s security forfeited 

Overdeposit account, canal tolls, by collector at St. Johns 

1,033 97 
02 


Amount withheld from Lehigh Creosoting Co. acct., timber sold contractor 
St. Peters canal : 

250 00 


Amount received for copying document re Trent canal 

3 75 


Rent of steam hoist and derrick, Lachine canal 

50 00 




Carried forward 

4,244 00 

786,055 98 


48 


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ii 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

No. 21. — Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General, <fec. — Continued. 


From whom Received and Nature of Receipt. 



Brought forward 

Department of Railways and Canals — Continued. 

Mail service 

Railway subsidies 

Rent of pile driver, Beauharnois canal 

“ Government dredge to Otonabee Power Co 

Department of Marine and Fisheries : — 

Examination of masters and mates 

Marine register 

Sale of charts 

empty oil barrels, cans, kc 

old boats 

scrap iron, &c 

water lots 

oil by lightkeepers 

wre.ked pine lumber 

steam winch from SS. Druid 

lighthouse reserve land, Point Tupper 

stove, Pictou, N.S. . — 

SS. Bayfield 

Sable Island 

old stores, junk, &c 

old boiler, Scattarie Island 

Refund, previous years, maintenance of lights 

ii steamboat inspection, J. P. Thompson. . 

it ^i it T. M. Richardson 

ii Dominion steamers . . . . 

ii protection service 

ii fish-breeding 

ii fishery bounty 

ii marine hospitals, salaries 

.1 cold storage 

ii storage of boiler, &c., of SS. Napoleon III 

it lighthouse supplies 

ii building fishways, &c 

ii freight and demurrage on two lighthouse towers. . . 

•i advertising 

ii salaries— guardians, &c 

ii expenditure, W. B. Ross 

ii reward to seamen for receiving crew of SS. Galata 

could not be found 

Refund of deposit for P.O. keys . . . 

License to cut and gather sea moss 

Lease, Foreshore Rock Island 

Returned provision, St. Pauls Island 

Third instalment on quit claim, foreshore rights, Vancouver harbour 

Quitclaim deed and final instalment on foreshore rights, Vancouver harbour. . 

Rent of High Bluff, Presque Island 

ii foreshore, Victoria 

n land, St. Anicet 

n salt water pond, Seal Island.. 

Conscience money . . 


Less — Expenses re burial Jno. Jacobson § 30 00 

Wages, &c., deceased seamen - 29 90 


Department of Inland Revenue : — 

Fees on account of Fertilizers Act 

Adulteration of Food Act Revenue 

Refund previous years, contingencies 

.. H account of weights and measures. 


Carried forward. 


5,790 50 
59 17 
13 25 
829 80 
114 00 
45 39 
537 50 
3 25 
141 25 
175 00 
150 00 
3 00 
3,250 00 
290 02 
236 88 
12 00 
231 19 
75 00 
102 00 
136 62 
97 53 
13 23 
352 50 
25 00 
27 50 
42 00 
9 96 
2 00 
18 40 

6 40 

7 50 
66 72 


50 

00 

1 

00 

10 

00 ! 

150 

00 

97 

91 

250 

00 

250 

00 

5 

00 

35 

00 | 

2 

00 

1 

00 

420 

00 

14,136 

47 

59 

90 

455 

00 I 

117 

00 i 

37 

75 

0 

75 


6,165 03 


14,076 57 


610 50 


806,908 08 


ii 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 


49 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

No. 21. — Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General, &c. — Concluded. 


From whom Received and Nature of Receipt. 


Brought forward 

House of Commons : — 

Fees on private bills 



cts. 


c5s. 


806,908 08 
25,166 24 


The Senate : — 

Fees on private bills . . . 
Certified copies of Acts 


1,812 27 
114 75 ! 


Post Office Department : — 

Sundry items 

Error in deposit 

Rent P.O. Dept, for quarter ended June 30 
Refund, previous years, contingencies 


935 80 
0 15 ! 
892 17 
87 75 


Department of Mounted Police : — 

Refund, previous years, sundry amounts, Yukon. 
„ „ ,, N.W.T 

it ii expenditure, L. T. Wood 

ii ii overpaid account 


1,513 71 
308 69 
6 00 
20 50 


Department of Labour : — 

Subscription to Labour Gazette 


1,927 02 


1,915 87 


1,847 90 
1,097 68 


Privy Council : — 

Refund, previous years, travelling expenses 

ii .1 Sir Wilfrid Laurier, account of Colonial Conference 


Geological Survey : — 

Sale of publications 

Refund, previous years, charges on specimens 


6 80 ' 

1,200 00 


684 97 
4 26 


1,206 80 


Total 


689 23 
840,758 82 


50 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


11 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1S04 


No. 22. 


Statement of Total Receipts on account of Superannuation for the Fiscal Year endin" 

June 30, 1903. 


From whom Received and Nature of Receipt. 

Superannuation 
Revenue, 
R.S.C. Cap. 18. 

1 

• 

Superannuation 
F und , 

58 Vic., Cap. 12. 

i ... ' - 


$ cts. 

$ cts. 

*$ cts. 

$ cts. 

Charges of Management— 





Assistant Receiver General’s Office, Toronto 

42 00 




,, it Halifax 

83 00 




,, it St. John 

78 88 


16 50 


,, it Winnipeg 

101 00 


15 63 


m i! Victoria 

64 00 




m M Charlottetown . . 

82 00 




- 


450 88 


32 13 

Civil Government — 





High Commissioner’s office 

209 44 




Governor General’s Secretary’s office 

117 00 


17 70 


Auditor General’s office 

612 00 


77 00 


Department of Privy Council 

368 00 


280 64 


ii J ustice . * 

413 38 


108 05 


H it Penitentiary branch 

57 00 




•i Militia and Defence 

538 30 


347 63 


it Secretary of State 

713 00 


29 75 


ti Printing and Stationery 

511 38 


80 50 


H Interior 

1,718 78 


308 90 


ii North-west Mounted Police ; . . . 

217 00 




.1 Indian Affairs 

762 99 


92 95 


ii Finance 

blO 70 


32 91 


ii Customs. ... 

549 38 


171 50 


,, Inland Revenue 

444 50 


226 05 

• 

ii Post Office 

3,196 14 


416 26 


ii Agriculture 

616 93 


220 25 


ii Marine and Fisheries 

761 76 


406 82 


ii Public Works 

548 76 


199 50 


,i Railways and Canals 

681 50 


122 50 


H Geological Survey 

714 00 1 


210 00 


I. Trade and Commerce 

100 38 j 


84 87 


ii Labour 

46 50 






14,708 82 


3,433 78 

Administration of J ustice — 





Supreme Court Staff 

136 00 | 


40 25 


Exchequer Court . . 

130 00 ! 






266 00 


40 25 

Penitentiaries , 


208 00 


63 00 

Legislation — 





House of Commons r 

975 81 


317 15 


Senate 

382 66 


68 25 


Library 

281 76 

_ | 




— 

1,640 23 


385 40 

Arts, Agriculture and Statistics 


41 00 



Quarantine . . 


30 68 



Immigration 


125 33 


36 75 

Insurance Superintendent 


169 00 



Indian \g6iici6S 


256 00 



North-west Mounted Police 


94 54 


5 76 

Customs 


7,498 11 


1,767 61 

Excise 


4,277 73 


701 12 

Carried, forward 


29,766 32 



6,465 80 


11 


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51 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

No. 22. — Statement of Total Receipts on account of Superannuation, &c. — Concluded. 


From whom Received and Nature of Receipt. 

Superannuation 
Revenue, 
R.S.C. Cap. 18. 

Superannuation 

Fund, 

58 Vic., Cap. 12. 

Brought forward 

Culling 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

29,766 32 

102 10 
327 40 
161 04 
111 00 
1,054 06 
84 40 
14,887 53 
203 00 
39 00 
606 52 
60 00 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 
• 6,465 80 

38 60 
3,227 06 
4,700 65 

Weights nnH Measures 



Adulteration of Food 


Pp.il vyp.ys anH Canals. 


Public Works 


Pest. Oflfine 


Dominion Lands 



Trade and Commerce 


Marine and Fisheries 


Yukon district . . . 


Interest on abatements 

• 






47,402 37 


14,432 11 




3-4 EDWARD VII. 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 


A. 1904 



PART III 

EXPENDITURE STATEMENTS 


2 — iii — 1 


INTEREST ON PUBLIC DEBT. 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


111 


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CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT. 


TO WHOM PAID. 


D. Creighton 

J. G. Ridout 

C. E. Fleming .... 
G. S. Kilpatrick. 

N. Tovell 

M. Stewart 

D. Creighton 


SERVICE. 


Savings Banks and Assistant Receivers 
General’s Offices, &c. 

Assistant Receiver General's Office , Toronto. 

Salary to J une 30, 1903 


S cts. 


Salary to March 15, 1903 

i! April 15 to June 30, 1903 

M June 30, 1903 

! Contingencies, including printing and stationery. 


City and District Savings 
Bank 


3,000 00 
1,500 00 
600 00 
706 97 
168 87 
600 00 
402 92 


J. R. Wallace. 
Lewis Parker . . 
A. G. Johnson 
J. A. Balcom. 

M. J. Ring 

J. R. Wallace. . 


H. D. MaoLeod. . . . 

G. F. Sancton 

J. E. Rourke 

R. S. Cowan ... . 

R. Ewing 

J. M. Blaine 

Thomas H. Lawson. 

H. D. MacLeod .... 


H. M. Drummond . . 

A. C. McMicken 

E. W. H. Armstrong 

R. E. Harstone 

H. M. Drummond. 


J. H. McLaughlin. 
D. B. McConnan . . 
Walter Winsby.. . . 
J. H. McLaughlin. 


P. Pope ... 
W. Leitch. . . 
P. Loughran. 
P. Pope 


Assistant Receiver General's Office, Montreal. 

Amount paid that institution for acting as Assistant; 
Receiver General for the year ended June 30, j 

1903 

Contingencies, including printing and stationery j 


5,500 00 
264 44 


Assistant Receiver General's Office , Halifax. 
Salary to June 30, 1903 


Contingencies, including printing and stationery 

Assistant Receiver General's Office, St. John. 
Salary to June 30, 1903 


Dec. 16, 1902. . . . 
June 30, 1903 


January 17 to June 30, 1903 

June 30, 1903 

Contingencies, including printing and stationery . 


Assistant Receiver General’s Office, Winnipeg. 
Salary to June 30, 1903 


2,200 00 
1,500 00 
1,400 00 
1,250 00 
550 00 
751 37 


2,200 00 
1,400 00 
447 25 
800 00 
700 00 
274 19 
550 00 
289 35 


Contingencies, including printing and stationery . 

Assistant Receiver General's Office, Victoria. 
Salary to June 30, 1903 


Contingencies, including printing and stationery 

Assistant Receiver General's Office, Charlottetown. 
Salary to June 30, 1903 


2,250 00 
1,500 00 
1,300 00 
400 00 
408 22 


2,000 00 
1,200 00 
800 00 
394 83 


Contingencies, including printing and stationery . 


1,950 00 
1,250 00 
900 00 
213 84 


Carried forward . 


$ cts. 


6,978 76 


5,764 44 


7,651 37 


6,660 79 


5,858 22 


4,394 83 


4,313 84 
41,622 25 


6 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


111 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

CHARGES OF MAN AGEM EN T — Continued. 


TO WHOM PAID. 


SERVICE. 


Brought forward , 


Savings Banks and Assistant Reckivers 
General’s Offices, &c — Concluded. 

Savings Banks, Nova Scotia. 


George Romans. . 
Chas. H. Bent. . . 

Peter Gruchy 

E. W. Homer 

Geo. E. Jost. 
John Redden. . . . 
J. M. Rudolf.. . 
C. P. McDougall. 

A. C. Baillie 

E. D. Tremaine. . 
W. W. Atwood.. . 
Thos. Campbell.. . 
John W. Morris . . 
Norman B. Jones 


Daniel Ferguson. 

A. F. Street 

W. A. Park 


For 1 year’s salary, Acadia Mines . 

Amherst. 

Arichat 

Barrington. , . . 
Guysboro’ . . . 

Kentville 

Lunenburg . . . 
Maitland ... . 

Pictou 

Port Hood 
Shelburne . . 
Sherbrooke . . . 

Wallace 

Weymouth . 


$ cts. 


Sundry persons 


Savings Banks, New Brunswick. 


For 1 year’s salary, Chatham . 
it Fredericton 

ti Newcastle. . 


Savings Banks Generally. 


For contingencies, including printing, binding and 
stationery ... 


Bank of Montreal . 


Public Debt. 


iFor services as financial agents of the Government in 
London for the year ended June 30, 1903, at the 

rate of £150 per million of debt 

} For £ of one per cent commission on amount of pay 

ments on current account 

For \ of one per cent brokerage on the amount of stock 
purchased for investment in Sinking Funds. . . 

For amount paid for bill stamps 

cablegrams 

postage 

freight. 

advertising 

commutation of stamp duty and 
transfer of stock . 


250 00 
400 00 
400 00 
300 00 
300 00 
400 00 
400 00 
300 00 
450 00 
300 00 
300 00 
250 00 
250 00 
300 00 


400 00 
400 00 
400 00 


•$ cts. 


Bank of England . 


For £ of one per cent brokerage on amount of stock 

purchased for investment in Sinking Funds 

For amount paid for bill stamps 


Carried forward .... 


1,419 63 
7 &) 


41,622 25 


34,193 

80 

3,557 

94 

5,264 

32 

16,377 

46 

63 

73 

405 

93 

19 

77 

232 

37 

669 

40 


4,600 00 


1,200 00 


1,046 62 


60,784 72 


1,426 93 
110,680 52 


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7 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT — Concluded. 


TO WHOM PAID. 


SERVICE. 



Brought forward 



cts. 


110,680 52 


Miscellaneous. 


American Bank Note Co. 

Sundry persons 

Dominion Express Co. . . 
Canadian Express Co. . . . 
Asst. Receiver General : 

Montreal 

Halifax 

St. John 

Charlottetown 

Toronto 

Winnipeg 

Victoria 

W. D. Ross 

S. J. Jenkins 

J. E. Rourke 

A. P. Sherwood 

D. Hogan. . 

Bond, Dale & Co 

Thornton & Truman .... 
Lafleur, Macdougall & 

Mackey 

Ferdinand Roy 


Printing notes 

Cancelling and signing notes . . 
Express charges 


Sundries 


Travelling expenses. 


It 

Insurance premiums 

Note cancelling machine 

Professional services 




99,951 

11 

8,799 

60 

4,522 

66 

3,001 

89 

238 

00 

106 

32 

39 

94 

121 

80 

69 

35 

528 

30 

151 

50 

227 

15 

95 

60 

109 

28 

709 

23 

50 

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35 

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22 

85 

113 

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100 

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118,992 58 
229,673 10 


REDEMPTION OF PUBLIC DEBT. 


TO WHOM PAID. 

SERVICE. 

$ cts. 

$ cts .. 

Sundry persons 

For amount of undermentioned stock redeemed — 

3 h per cent “A' 5 

3 1 „ “B” 

3| „ 1901 

4“ „ 1883 

Temporary Loan 

4,133 34 
45,500 00 
1,000 00 
71,000 00 
6,083,333 33 

6,204,966 67 



8 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


111 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

PREMIUM, DISCOUNT AND EXCHANGE. 



Amount 
purchased in 
Sterling. 

Rate 

of 

Purchase. 

Premium. 

Total. 



£ s. d. 


$ cts. 

$ cts. 

For amount of premium on Canadian securities 





purchased for Sinking Fund — 





3 per cent 

1,600 0 0 

100ft 

14 60 


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1011 

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2,613 51 


3 !» 

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3 , 

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102 

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1,947 88 


3 .. 

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3 m .... 

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2,399 69 


3 ii . 

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3,647 36 


3 ii 

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102$ 

3,694 53 


3 ti .... 

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103 

2,623 57 


3 ii ... 

4,430 6 2 

103$ 

673 79 


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2,847 00 


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511 00 


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4 „ 

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2,477 45 


4 „ 

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243 33 


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619 92 
332 40 

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384 96 

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x 

1 

280 001 
201 33 
134 08 
150 00 
225 00 1 

680 00 
223 20 
120 45 
108 00 
672 00 
168 00 

672 00 

276 00 
476 001 
168 00 

Is 

-v 1 
CO 
X 1 

•paj«nu 

-uBjadrxg uaqAv .I'eay 

1900 

1901 
1887 
1899 

1902 

1897 
1895 
1901 
1889 

1898 
1894 

1891 

1898 

18991 

1889 


iii 

A. 1904 


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LIST OF SUPERANNUATED PERSONS WHO DIED DURING THE YEAR. 


Angers, Arthur E. S 

Beaton, Angus 

Beatty, C. J 

Bell, J. P 

Best, Edw 

Blackman, N 

Bolduc, J. E 

Bolster, G. J 

Bourneuf, A 

Bowden, A. G 

Brennan, M 

Brooks, E. R. H 

Brown, John 

Callaghan, Jas 

Carmichael, Jas. E 

Chipman, W. A 

Clark, Jas. T 

Conlon, B 

Corbett, A. Y 

Dewe, John 

Edgecroft, R 

Frederickson, J 

Fulmer, W. A 

Gendron, C 

Grennan, Thos 

Haddington, M. J 

Hall, C. R 

Harding, W. S 

Harstone, A 

Harris, W. H 

Hart, 1). W 

Hoben, Chas. F 

Jacques, Pierre 

Kelley, Mathew E 

Knight, T. F 

Lapierre, A 


8 ct%. 1 


•8 cts. 

560 00 

Lee, Mrs. M. P 

360 00 

114 00 

Leeming, H. B 

644 00 

360 00 i 

Lowe, W. J 

360 00 

288 00 ; 

Mackay, D. J 

51 24 

131 68 j 

Marintelle, J. L 

490 00 

374 00 > 

Marshall, F 

408 00 

980 00 

Moir, Arch 

504 00 

360 00 ; 

Monaghan, John ... 

672 00 

210 00 

Moore, J. G .... 

336 00 

360 00 , 

Muma, H 

280 00 

128 88 ! 

McCurdy, Jas 

384 00 

272 79 i 

McGruar, D 

372 00 

252 00 

McIntyre R. C 

744 00 

505 61 

McKee, Thos 

147 00 

560 00 

McKenzie, Roderick 

120 00 

341 00 

O’Doherty, Cath 

132 00 

441 77 

Paton, R. J. A 

840 00 

523 33 

Peatman, Wm 

114 00 

132 00 

Perrett, John 

320 00 

1,960 00 

Phillips, Edward 

1,650 00 

146 68 

Poper, J. C 

240 00 

251 58 

Power, W 

139 92 

72 00 

Rattey, Pierre 

630 00 

112 20 

i Reddin, James 

432 00 

145 56 

1 Rowe, A 

416 00 

187 00 

Ruggles, H. M 

297 50 

756 00 i 

Scott, F. G 

350 00 

840 00 j 

Selwvn, A. R. C 

2,000 00 

816 00 ! 

Simmons, J. W 

340 67 

624 00 1 

Smith, Geo 

420 (X) 

460 00 

Sterling, J ohu . . 

252 00 

256 00 

Tanguay, C 

784 00 

216 00 

Wooster, T 

108 00 

595 20 i 

Vates, Geo 

276 00 

357 12 



1,260 00 

1 

j 30,964 73 


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LIST OF SUPERANNUATED PERSONS ADDED DURING THE YEAR. 



$ cts. j 


$ cts. 


234 87 

Hare, Henry 

246 05 


405 00 ; 

Hill, W. H 

1,400 00 
433 77 


192 06 i 

Hume, H. E 


336 00 

Labossier, I 

222 64 

Belfour, Ethel 

314 66 1 

Langley, Benj 

840 00 


340 16 

Lavoie, F. A 

1,190 00 
128 04 


128 04 ' 

Leduc, C 

Brophy, W. P 

166 40 

London, W 

856 52 

Bruneile, P . . 

460 00 

Macdonald, Francis 

448 00 

Cameron, John. 

840 00 

Marks, John 

276 00 

Chadd, F. X 

264 00 : 

Mitchell, John 

448 00 

Chadd, R. E 

794- 16 ! 

McGillis, Alex 

840 00 

Chatigny, P 

133 86 ! 

Rivers, Robert 

Rodrique, F 

2(50 00 

Cannell, Wm 

300 00 

180 83 

Corbett, John 

234 97 

Scott, John • . 

504 00 

Dagg, R 

252 00 

Secours, Luc 

174 60 

Denneny, P 

250 89 

Shields, Timothy 

283 72 

Doane, I 

297 60 

Stewart, Alex 

560 00 

Essex, T. .T . 

672 00 i 

Sullivan, John 

168 88 

Fairman, D 

576 00 1 

Suite, B 

1,458 33 
196 00 

Foster, Ceo. L 

1,008 00 
576 00 1 

Tremblay, 1) 

Gabriel, J. McN 

; Yalli, Henri 

348 00 

Gagnon, Zoel .... 

728 50 

Whelan, W. F 

435 00 

Gauthier, Jean 

162 00 

Williston, W. W ... 

174 00 

Grant, J. A 

264 00 

Winton, Robt. B 

225 00 

Gray, John A 

Grenier, Adolphe 

Harding, Thos. F 

552 00 
151 32 
780 00 


23,711 87 



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EXPENDITURE, 1902-1903. 


SERVICE. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

cts. 

Interest on Public Debt ( See page 2) 



11,068,139 17 
229,673 10 
2,620,588 46 
65,295 22 

Charges of Management ( See page 5) 



Sinking Funds (See page 4) 



Premium Discount and Exchange ( See page 8) 






Civil Government. 

Salaries. 

48,666 66 
9,972 17 
10,000 00 
10,500 00 

9.000 00 
10,000 00 

7.000 00 

9.000 00 

7.000 00 
19,004 98 
13,140 00 
39,081 67 
44,953 37 

Con- 

tingencies. 


The Lieutenant-Governor, Ontario .... 



•1 Quebec 


' 

ii Nova Scotia (14 months) 



u New Brunswick . . 



ii Manitoba and Keewatin 



H North-west Territories 



ii British Columbia. 



n Prince Edward Island 



Office of the High Commissioner for Canada in England . . 
Governor General’s Secretary’s Office 

13,353 91 
15,090 53 
5,794 65 
10,319 02 
12,696 00 
8,835 00 
5,303 24 
25,985 26 


Office of the King’s Privy Council for Canada 


Department of Justice 


i» Militia and Defence 

53,078 16 
45,510 00 
30,400 00 
118,281 41 
50,806 83 
52,582 02 
10,850 00 
35,160 26 
53.601 71 


ti Secretary of State 


ii Printing and Stationery 


ii Interior " 

it Geological Survey 


ii Indian Affairs 

10,002 05 
800 00 
8,753 66 
9,415 24 
4,625 12 
9,452 79 | 
16,329 52 | 
11,400 00 


Office of the Comptroller of the North-west Mounted Police. 
ii Auditor General 


Department of Finance 


ii Inland Revenue 

41' 360 00 


H Customs . . 

ii Agriculture 

47.737 92 
66,040 35 
73,042 53 
47,691 97 
50,291 67 
218,447 70 
17,515 00 
14,301 08 
1,550 00 


it Marine and Fisheries 


H Public Works 

17,297 56 i 
8,483 35 i 
60,144 89 | 
5,291 51 
810 05 


ii Railways and Canals 

Post Office Department 


Department of Trade and Commerce 

Department of Labour 


Civil Service Board 

1,040 91 
28,000 00 


Departments generally 





Administration of Justice. 

The Supreme Court of Canada : — 

Salaries 

1,265,567 46 

289,224 26 

1,554,791 72 

55,238 06 
17,285 90 



Contingencies 




72,523 96 


The Exchequer Court of Canada : — 

Salaries 

19,092 48 
5,305 50 


Contingencies 

24,397 98 


Ontario : — 

Court of Appeal 

ii King’s Bench 

ti Common Pleas 

25,999 90 
16,000 00 
15,714 98 
20,583 34 
172,189 50 
14,600 00 
1,390 00 


it Chancery . t 

County Courts 



Circuit allowances 



High Courts of Justice at London and Ottawa. 

I 

266,477 72 


Quebec : 

Court of King’s Bench : 

31,000 00 
162, 70 J 92 
13,720 00 

• 

Superior Court 



Circuit allowances . . 




207,423 92 





Carried forward 


570,823 58 1 



2 — iii — 3 


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EXPENDITURE, 1902-1903— Continued. 


SERVICE. 


Brought forward 

Administration op Justice - 

Nova Scotia : — 

Supreme Court 

County Courts 

Circuit allowances 


■Concluded. 


New Brunswick : — 
Supreme Court . . . 
County Courts .... 
Circuit allowances . 


Manitoba : — 

Court of King’s Bench 

County Courts 

Circuit allowances 


cts. 


29,000 00 
17,299 98 
5,100 00 


25,000 00 
16,200 0 Q 
4,500 00 


17,000 00 
12,989 24 
3,029 75 


$ cts . | 


British Columbia : — 

Supreme Court 

County Courts. . . . 
Circuit allowances . 


Prince Edward Island 

Supreme Court 

County Courts 


21,000 00 
16,800 00 
11,407 85 


11,000 00 

8,400 00 


North-west Territories : — 

Supreme Court 

Circuit allowances 

Sheriffs y ... 

Yukon Territory. 

Miscellaneous 

Expenditure under Cap. 181, R.S.C. 

Offices of the Clerk of the Crown and Judge's Chambers , Prince 

Albert 

Rent of Court Room and Sheriff's office , Prince Albert 

Court of Divorce and Matrimonial causes in N. B 

Circuit allowances to Judges ad hoc 


20,999 92 
2,982 55 
2,301 22 


Dominion Police. 


Penitentiaries. 


Kingston 

St. Vincent de Paul . 

Dorchester 

Manitoba 

British Columbia 

Regina Jail 

Prince Albert Jail.. . 
General 


Legislation. 

Senate . 

House of Commons 

Library of Parliament 

Printing, binding and distributing the laws. 

Printing, printing paper and binding 

Election expenses 

Franchise Act 

Provincial Voters’ Lists 

Contingencies, Clerk of Crown in Chancery . 
Controverted Elections 


570,823 58 


51,399 98 


45,700 00 


33,018 99 


49,207 85 


19,400 00 


26,283 69 
120.400 41 
42,018 58 
700 00 

260 00 
135 00 
500 00 
100 00 


::: 


189,987 01 
108,606 32 
57,459 03 
47,854 03 
46,952 63 
14,091 01 
6,901 44 
5,988 35 


139,590 34 
415,478 89 
’ 33,270 03 
6,647 12 
124,965 32 
52,049 26 
7,783 02 
6,876 95 
1,247 20 
' 1,296 56 


cts. 


959,948 08 


28,280 34 


477,839 82 


789,204 69 


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EXPENDITURE, 1902-1903 —Continued. 


SERVICE. 


8 


Arts, Agriculture and Statistics. 


Archives 

Patent Records 

Classification of Canadian Patents 

Criminal Statistics 

Year Book 

General Statistics 

Aid to Agricultural Societies 

Experimental Farms 

Printing and distribution of Reports and Bulletins of Farms 

Fumigating Stations 

Commissioner’s Branch — Agriculture and Dairying 

Census 

Historical data re Acadian families . 

Canadian Exhibit at Imperial Institute 

Cork and Wolverhampton Exhibitions 

St. Louis and Osaka Exhibitions. ... 


Refund — Dairying Service — Advance for milk and cream 


Immigration 

Quarantine. 




cts. 


8 cts. 


8,587 71 
16,000 00 
5,552 85 
1,743 67 
4,455 82 
2,443 25 
7,000 00 
89,974 46 
7,000 00 
3,209 69 
210,018 37 
106,609 54 
1.300 00 
681 99 
18,597 07 
67,466 45 


550,640 87 
7,628 84 


$ cts. 


543,012 03 
642,913 74 
263,330 72 


Pensions. 


Civil List, judges, &c. . 

New Militia Pensions (Fenian raid) 

Veterans of War, 1837-38 — Upper Canada 

Compensation to pensioners in lieu of land 

Rebellion of 1885 — 

Militiamen 18,095 33 

Mounted Police, Prince Albert Volunteers and Police 
Scouts 2,795 72 


North-west Mounted Police 
Military Asylum pensions. . 


Superannuation (for details, see pages 9 and 32) 


60,820 61 
2,267 60 
360 00 
48 65 




20,891 05 
3,368 84 
168 00 


Militia— Income. 

Pay of Staff, permanent corps and active militia, including 

allowances 

Annual drill, clothing and stores 

Salaries and wages 

Military properties 

Provisions, supplies and remounts *. . . 

Transport and freight. . 

Grants to associations 

Contingencies . . 

Royal Military College of Canada 

Dominion Arsenal * 

Defences of Esquimalt 

Gratuities 

Coronation Contingent of Canadian Militia 

Aid to Civil Power 

Carried forward 


403,383 21 
616,871 97 
94,994 16 
189,373 97 
129,895 86 
39,091 16 
37,987 50 
23,890 04 
75,006 34 
149,998 20 
111,943 47 
316 50 
62,630 43 
18,850 42 


1,954,233 23 


87,924 75 
346,418 98 


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EXPENDITURE, 1 902-1 903— Continued. 


SERVICE. 


cts. 


$ cts. 


cts. 


''Brought forward 

Militia — Income— Concluded. 


Royal Review at Toronto.. . 

Land adjoining Hamilton Drill Hall. 

Christie & Pufford — work on Drill Hall, Victoria, B.C. 

Gunner Wilson — work on Central Range, B.C 

Lt.-Col. Cole — costs in Cooke vs. Cole . 

Capt. W. H. Murray, for pay funds stolen 


Militia— Chargeable to Capital. 


Arms, ammunition and defence. 

Rifles 

Rifle ranges^ 

Defence of Esquimalt 


Railways — Chargeable to Capital. 

Intercolonial Railway : — 

Canso Ferry — Improving service 

Chaudiere Junction — Engine houses 

Eastern Extension Railway— Balance of interest on 

award of arbitrators 

Eastern Extension Railway — h arbitrators, and steno- 
grapher’s fees 

Eel River— Station and freight house 

Halifax — To increase accommodation 

Levis— To increase accommodation 

Miramichi Bridge — New superstructure 

it North-West superstructure 

Moncton — To increase accommodation. 

i. Addition to erecting shop 

m To extend freight car repair shop 

Nicolet — Station 

North Sydney — Improvements. ... 

Pictou — Increased accommodation. 

Point Tupper — Improvements 

Restigouche Bridge — New superstructure 

Riviere du Loup — Engine house, machine shop, &c 

M Yard for freight house 

Riviere Ouelle — Spur line 

Rockingham — Improvements 

Stellarton — Increased accommodation 

Sydney — Increased accommodation 

St. John — Increased accommodation 

Windsor Junction to Halifax— Double tracking 

Additional sidings, and increased accommodation 

it along the line 

Original construction 

Iron bridges — To strengthen • 

Machinery for locomotive and car shops.. 

Rolling stock : — 

General vote 

Passenger cars— To equip with vestibules 

.. To change air Drakes.. 

H To equip with Pintsch gas 

ii To change car couplers 

Freight cars — To exchange draw bars 

ii Air brakes 


Carried forward 1, 609, 75 1 50 


16,606 08 
29,465 75 

I, 230 87 

3,952 62 
1,832 15 
73,735 01 
55,922 76 
98,392 94 
120,028 45 
105,372 47 

II, 555 36 

17.924 64 
2,653 38 

29,293 23 
12,155 10 
29,520 28 
43,668 34 
960 34 
25,774 72 
72,970 05 
3,393 70 
29,878 80 
40,609 42 
95,930 13 
11,918 92 
121,327 53 
41,638 04 
1,085 18 
149,744 15 
9,280 24 

254,694 38 
7,993 12 
1,284 66 
”,062 89 
973 00 
60,000 00 

19.925 80 


1,954,233 23 


1,036 82 
6,000 00 
59 90 
173 00 
1,351 43 
155 00 


299,688 78 
62,971 92 
64,165 23 
1,397 47 


1,963,009 38 


428,223 40 


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EXPENDITURE, 1902-1903 —Continued. 


* SERVICE. 

els. 


1,609,754 50 I 

| 

4,400 45 
4,999 82 
597,590 11 
37,521 80 

Railways— Chargeable to Capital —Concluded. 

Intercolonial Railway— Concluded. 

Locomotives — To change air brakes 



Outstanding cheques of previous years 

Prince Edward Island Railway : — 

Blue Shank — To straighten line 

997 32 j 
5,129 41 
6,198 35 
799 99 
799,991 74 1 
397 85 ; 
999 90 
1,499 62 | 
13,400 00 | 


Georgetown — New station 


Morell — Addition to freight house 



Steel rails — Providing and laying 

Canals : — 

Cornwall 

Lachine 

77,833 81 ! 
58,426 92 ! 
5,000 00 ; 
9,508 72 ! 

500 00 : 
65,933 43 
248,929 10 
16,432 28 1 
126,833 94 1 
523,950 74 ! 
315,819 49 ! 

10,266 92 
345,354 92 | 
18,483 34 | 



Murray 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Soulanges 

St. Lawrence River and canals ... 

H North channel 

Trent Canal 

Welland 

Williamsburg Canals 

Farran’s Point 

Galops 

Rapide Plat 

Railways and Canals — Chargeable to Income. 

Rail ways : — 

Surveys and inspection 


Miscellaneous — Cattle guard Commission 


Governor General’s car — Repairs 


International Railway Congress at Brussels 


Reporting before the Ry. Committee of the Privy Council 
Railway statistics 


Costs of litigation 


Arbitrations and awards 


Canals : — 

Carillon and Grenville 


Chambly 


Lachine. 


Rideau 


St. Ann’s Lock 


St. Ours’ Lock 


Trent 


Welland 

i 

Quebec Canals — Survey for boundaries 


Surveys and inspections 


Arbitrations and awards 


Costs of litigation 

i 

Miscellaneous works not provided for 

! 

General : — 

Salaries of engineers, draughtsmen, &c 


Salaries of extra clerks, copyists, &c 

| 




$ cts. 


S cts. 


2,254,266 68 


829,414 18 


1,823,273 61 


9,103 

30 

4,996 

22 

657 

72 

97 

33 

483 

85 

232 

01 

4,942 

65 

31 

00 

15,992 

52 

8,977 

43 

109,893 

43 

16,235 

13 

1,984 

39 

9,344 

89 

18,548 

58 

94,127 

21 

986 

23 

1,449 

61 

25 

00 

994 

53 

135 

04 

26,018 

35 

3,059 

10 


4,906,954 47 


328,315 52 


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EXPENDITURE, 1902-1903— Continued. 


SERVICE. 

§ cts. 

• 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 






Public Works— Chargeable to Capital. 


Public Buildings : — 

Ottawa Astronomical Observatory 

ii Royal Mint . 

ii Parliament Buildings — Engine house, vestibule, 


Harbours and Rivers : — - 

Montreal Harbour— St. Mary's Current 

Quebec Harbour Improvements.. . . . 

River St. Lawrence Ship Canal 

ii H Exchequer Court Award ... 

Port Arthur — Extension of breakwater and dredging . . 

Port Colborne — Harbour improvements 

River Kaministiquia. 

St. Andrew Rapids— Red River 

Yukon Territory : — 

Public Buildings 

Telegraph Lines — Quesnel-Atlin , 

Trails, Roads and Bridges — Trading and Exploring Co., 
transport of men in Sept., 1899 

Public Woks— Chargeable to Income. 


15,018 72 
1,065 02 

15,094 01 


251,320 47 
18,831 65 
495,134 35 
1,500 00 
29,146 02 
262,666 46 
59,704 91 
62,852 84 


31,177 75 


35,155 61 
20,033 45 

481 00 


1,181,156 70 


55,670 06 


1,268,004 51 


Public Buildings : — 

Nova Scotia — 

Arichat Post Office, &c 

Guysboro'" Public Buildings 

Halifax New Public Building 

Halifax Quarantine Station, Lawlor’s Island. .. . 

Middleton Armoury 

New Glasgow Public Building 

Pictou Post Office and Customs House 

Sydney Public Building .... 

Truro Public Building 

Prince Edward Island — 

Charlottetown Public Building 

Charlottetown Public Buildings— Queen’s Square 

Grounds 

Charlottetown Quarantine Station 

New Brunswick — 

Bathurst Public Building. 

Fredericton Public Building 

Fredericton Military Buildings 

Marysville Public Building 

Richibucto Public Building 

St. John Dominion Buildings 

St. John Immigrant Building 

St. John Quarantine Station 

Woodstock Public Buildings 

Maritime Provinces— 

Generally — Renewals and heavy repairs 

Quebec — 

Generally — Renewals and heavy repairs 

Drummondville Public Building ... 

Granby Public Building 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station 

L’Assomption Public Building 


5,092 82 
14,343 52 
49; 065 92 
2,191 63 
7,043 51 
945 00 
2,028 45 
1,949 55 
969 60 


568 89 

500 00 
538 39 


83,630 00 


1,607 28 


1,850 00 
1,136 15 
47 98 
9,683 17 
2,995 34 
3,006 49 
10,009 12 
1,565 87 
500 00 


30,794 12 


10,917 05 


14,993 19 
1,436 61 
10,987 44 
10,083 58 
4,970 98 


42,476 80 


126,948 45 


Carried forward 


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EXPENDITURE, 1 902-1 903— Continued . 


SERVICE. 


$ cts . 


Brought forward. 


Public Works— Chargeable to Income — Continued . 

Pub/ ic Bu tidings — Continued . 

Quebec — Continued . 

Levis Cattle Quarantine Station . . . 

Montreal Examining Warehouse 

Montreal Post Office— Renewal of electric wiring . . 
Montreal Post Office — Alterations and new fittings 

—Customs postal parcel office 

Montreal Public Building 

Montmagny Public Building j 

Quebec Immigrant Building on Louise Embankment 

and breakwater and King’s wharf buildings 

Quebec Military Buildings — New iron foundry, &c.. 
Quebec Military Buildings— New Artillery workshop 
Quebec Post Office— Renewals, improvements, &c . . 
Quebec Post Office — Improvements in Postal 

Customs Department 

Sherbrooke Public Buildings 

St. Hyacinthe Public Building ! 

Thedford Mines Public Building 

Three Rivers Custom House— Retaining wall . . 

it Post Office — New heating, &c 

Valley field Public Buildings 


Ontario — 

Generally — Renewals and heavy repairs 

Berlin Public Building ... 

Bowmanville Public Building 

Brockville Drill Hall., 

Clinton Public Building 

v Cobourg — Towards construction of Armoury 

n Public Building 

Deseronto Public Building 

Dundas Drill Hall 

Fort William Public Building . ... 

Galt Public Building 

Guelph Public Building. 

Hamilton Examining Warehouse 

it Public Building — New Letter Boxes, &c. 

ii H Improvements, &c 

Kingston Military Buildings 

ii Royal Military College 

London Drill Hall and Armoury 

Ottawa Post Office and Custom House ! 

Ottawa Public Buildings, Electric Light, purchase 

of transformers 

Ottawa Public Buildings*-- Repairs to masonry walls 
Ottaw’a— Completion of bactereological laboratory 
for cattle quarantine branch, Department of 

Agriculture 

Picton Public Building. 

Port Colbome Public Building . 

Port Hope Public Building 

Rideau Hall — Drain from Government House to 

city sewer 

Sarnia Public Building 

Sault Ste. Marie Public Building 

St. Thomas Armoury 

Toronto A. R. G. Office — Additional vault accom- 
modation 


5,417 

23 

15,054 

14 

2,157 

83 

2,245 

00 

7,985 

89 

225 

65 

2,044 

85 

20,360 

46 

16,418 

56 

1,877 

44 

1,679 

17 

131 

65 

4,264 

54 

2,114 

38 

3,074 

60 

958 

96 

10,398 

60 

12,985 

72 

365 

16 

5,000 

00 

4,640 

00 

7,538 

75 

4,000 

10 

517 

14 

20,507 

83 

63 

39 

4,999 

82 

83 

31 

7,054 

63 

9,893 

32 

193 

06 

211 

91 

5,067 

20 

34,610 

25 

9,937 

73 

27,000 

00 

11,086 

05 

6,500 

92 

5,762 

88 

4,175 

82 

695 

24 

1,069 

50 

7,514 

43 

34,011 

02 

164 

42 

1,873 

99 

1,563 

36 


229,086 95 


S cts 


42,476 80 126,948 45 


cts. 


138,885 75 


265,834 20 


Carried forward. 


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iii 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

EXPENDITURE, 1902-1903 —Continued. 


S cts. 

$ cts. 

. 

229,086 95 

265,834 20 

4,294 92 
5,979 36 
7,530 20 
9,997 58 
28,108 45 
146 16 
1,285 00 
2,902 98 
3,794 95 

293,126 55 

2,273 06 

2,575 31 
12,211 51 


668 00 
2,505 99 

20,233 87 


5,530 11 
38.0 12 
1,200 00 
5,839 45 
1,038 31 
2,748 31 
1,497 14 
12,078 42 
1,047 00 
861 48 
1,084 02 


916 15 
16 70 
2,817 45 
7,452 25 

44,506 91 i 

9,752 59 
25,027 35 
12,037 17 

3,788 45 
15,000 00 

i 

65,605 56 | 

5,015 81 
11,935 54 
37,066 67 
9,996 92 

64,014 94 

161,000 00 
89,037 01 
8,709 57 
24,901 48 
6,999 37 

290.647 43 

753,322 03 


SERVICE. 


Brought forward 

Public Works— Chargeable to Income —Continued. 

Public B wildings— Continued. 

Ontario — Continued. 

Toronto Custom House 

Drill Hall — Repairs 

Dominion Buildings 

Post Office — Alterations, additions, &c . . 
it Building for branch in west e: 

it To pay John Hanrahan 

n Winton motor delivery wagons 

J unction Public Building 

Windsor Public Building 


Manitoba— 

Generally— Renewals and heavy repairs . 

Winnipeg Examining Warehouse— Heating appa 

ratus, &c 

Winnipeg Immigration Building — Isolation hospital 
ii n ii — New hot air fur- 
naces, &c 

Winnipeg Post Office 

North-West Territories — 

Generally — Renewals and heavy repairs 

Calgary Court House 

H Post Office 

Carnduff Court House 

Court Houses, lock-up, police accommodation, &c.. . 

Edmonton Jail 

Lethbridge Immigrant Building . 

Macleod Court House and Jail 

H Custom House 

Moose Jaw Court House— Heating apparatus . . 

Moosomin Court House — Grading, fencing, &c 

Red Deer Court House — Lock-up, &c., and land 

office 

Red Deer Valley Immigrant Building 

Saskatoon Immigrant Building 

Yorkton Court House and Jail. . . 


British Columbia — 

Generally — Renewals and heavy repairs. 

Nelson Public Building 

Rossland Public Building . . . *. 

Vancouver Public Building— Improvem 

office 

William’s Head Quarantine Station 


cts. 


Public Buildings Generally : — 

Renewals and heavy repairs 

Salaries to resident clerks of works, assistants, &c . 

Construction of armouries. . . 

Experimental farms 


Ottawa Buildings : — 

Repairs, furniture, &c 

Heating, including salaries of engineers, firemen, &c. 
Elevator attendants 


Lighting, including roads and bridges. 
Telephone service 


Carried forward 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

EXPENDITURE, 1902-1903 — Continue .1 


SERVICE. 


Brought forward. 


§ cts. 


$ cts. ; § cts. 


290,647 43 


753,322 03 


Public Works— Chargeable tg Income— Continued. 


Ottaica Buildings — Concluded. 

Grounds.. . • 

Major’s Hill Park 

Snow, including Rideau Hall 

Rents— Ottawa and other buildings 

Rideau Hall : — 

Repairs, furniture, &c., including grounds 

Fuel and light allowance to Governor General. 


9,350 36 
6,908 44 
3,020 09 
44,584 27 


29,135 04 

8,000 00 


Dominion Public Buildings : — 

Furniture 

Engineers, firemen, caretakers, &c., salaries . 

ii ii supplies 

Heating 

Lighting 

Water.. . 

Electric and other power for running elevators, &c 

Immigration Buildings — Maintenance 

Quarantine Buildings — Maintenance. 


12,092 88 
119,341 75 
5,004 14 
65,967 77 
66,997 05 
17,002 14 
7.999 91 
4,498 92 
4,043 40 


Yukon Territory — 

Rents, fuel, lighting, water, repairs, &c 


354,510 59 


37,135 04 




302,947 96 j 
84,739 78 


Harbours ami Rivers : — 

Nova Scotia— 

Amagandus Pond — Wharf . . 

Arisaig — Repairs to pier 

Bailey’s Brook — Breakwater wharf 

Bass River — Repairs and extension of wharf 

Bear River — Removal of obstructions, &c . . . .... 

Big Pond Wharf 

Boulardarie Centre — Whaif 

Brooklyn Wharf 

Burlington Wharf 

Canada Creek Breakwater : 

Cape Auget— Extension of breakwater 

Cape Cove — Restoration of breakwater 

Caribou Island : To complete causeway between 

island and mainland 

Charlesville Breakwater 

Chetieamp Point Wharf 

Cheverie Breakwater — Extension. 

Church Point — Repairs to breakwater 

Comeau— To extend breakwater 

Comeau’s Hill Breakwater — Repairs, &c 

Comeau ville — Repairs to breakwater 

Cow Bay (Port Morien) — Repairs to breakwater 

Cribbon’s Point— Repairs to Wharf, &c 

Digby Pier — Renewals and repairs 

Drum Head — Breakwater 

East Bay (north side) — Repairs to wharf 

East Berlin — Breakwater 

Finlays Point — Wharf 

Fort Lawrence Landing Pier 

Friars Head — Boat harbour. . . * ... 

Grand Etang — Creosoted timber piling, &c 

Grand Narrows— Repairs to wharf 

Granville Centre Wharf 

t Green Cove — Breakwater . 

Carried forward 


485 60 
899 81 
2,000 00 
56 06 
1,611 35 
84 79 
2,499 79 
556 09 
1,590 79 
499 96 
912 83 
3,000 00 

650 06 
2,700 20 
123 38 
2,999 34 
1,800 00 
1,202 37 

599 72 
1,998 49 

10,005 00 
1,357 87 
3,697 77 
638 76 

600 00 


1,999 94 
529 78 
109 16 
629 96 


1,020 00 
1,300 66 
857 00 
91 18 


49,107 


71 1,532,655 



40 


42 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE fti 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

EXPENDITURE, 1902-1 903 —Continued. 


SERVICE. 

8 cts. 

§ cts. | 

Brought forward 

49,107 71 

1,532,655 40 

Public Works— Chargeable to Income— Continued. 



Harbours and Rivers— Continued. 
Nova Scotia — Continued. 

• 


Gros Nez Breakwater — Repairs to 

384 51 


Hawk Point Inlet— Boat channel 

215 71 


Herring Cove Breakwater 

3,820 05 


449 41 


Indian Brook Flats. Cape Sable Island— Whai’f 

2,648 81 


Ingonish (North Bay) — Raising stone on slope 

1,515 52 


Iona Wharf 

3,194 10 


Irish Cove— Repairs to wharf 

499 96 


Island Point— Repairs to wharf . 

513 37 


Judique — Repairs, &c., to breakwater 

Kempt Head — To complete wharf 

898 77 


719 56 


Kingsport Pier — Reconstruction 

4,934 60 


L’Ardoise — Extension of breakwater 

25 57 


Larry’s River — Breakwater 

749 81 


Lennox Passage — Dredging Carey’s Passage 

999 90 


Lingan — Beach protection 

599 89 


Little Bras d’Or Wharf 

2,287 50 1 


Little Harbour Breakwater 

138 68 


Little Narrows — Repairs to wharf 

499 04 ' 


Livingstones Cove — To complete wharf 

1,519 51 


Lower Cove Breakwater 

1,301 86 


Lower D’Escouse Wharf 

424 74 


Lower West Pubnico Breakwater.. 

1,000 00 


Mabou Harbour— Repairs to pier 

1,198 71 


Main a Dieu — To complete protection works. .. . 

103 60 


Maitland— Repairs to w’harf 

1.398 61 


Malignant Cove — To raise inner end of channel, fee. 

799 94 


Margaree Harbour — Improvements ... 

482 32 


Meteghan River — To complete repairs 

942 41 


Meteghan — Restoration of breakwater 

2,999 47 


Minudie Wharf 

1,310 51 


McNair’s Cove — To place additional stone in talus 

1,094 58 


Necum Teuch— Wharf. 

790 13 


Neils Harbour Breakwater 

13,892 50 

• 

New Harbour Breakwater — Repairs, &c . . . 

5,999 77 



S cts. 


Ogdens Pond — To complete channel protection 

works 

Parkers Cove — Extension of pier. . 

Pereaux Landing pier 

Petit de Grat — Reconstruction, &c 

Pictou Island — Repairs to pier 

Poirierville Breakwater 

Porters Lake — Completion of outlet ... 

Port George Breakwater . 

Port Greville — Renewal of beach protection 

Port Hawkesbury — Wharf 

Port Latour. . , 

Port Lome — Repairs to breakwater 

Prospect Wharf 

Ragged Head— Channel protection 

Round Bay — Beach protection 

Sanford or Cranberry Head— Extension of break- 
water, &c 

Sandy Cove — Breakwater 

Short Beach — Breakwater 

Sober Island — Wharf 

Carried forward 


649 87 
10,212 60 
1,329 96 
90 91 
942 56 
14 22 
2,455 67 
2,297 46 
4,071 10 
2,718 01 
1,009 94 
1,198 48 
767 26 
1,000 00 
2,326 81 

1,004 47 
2,510 51 
1,773 10 
797 18 


146,889 03 1 1,532,655 40 




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43 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

EXPENDITURE, 1902-1903 —Continued. 


SERVICE. 


S cts. 


Brought forward 

Public Works— Chargeable to Income— Continued. 


146,889 03 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


1,532,655 40 


Harbours and Rivers — Continued. 

Nova Scotia — Conclud d. 

South Gut., St. Anns— Repairs and extension to! 

wharf j 

South Ingonish — Wharf 

South-west Port Matoun— To repair and extend 

breakwater 

St. Anns Beach — Beach protection works. 

Summerville— Breakwater repairs 

The Gate Boat Channel — Deepening and widening. 
Three Fathom Harbour — Restoration of beach 

protection . . . 

Tidnish — Extension and repairs to wharf 

Tiverton Breakwater 

Tracadie East— Repairs to and extension of beach 

protection works 

Tusket Wharf 

Victoria Pier — Repairs . . . . 

Washabuck Centre Wharf 

Wedge Point — Breakwater repairs 

West Baccaro— Boat harbour protection and channel. 

West Bay, south side — Wharf 

Western Head — Extension of breakwater 

Whitehaven — Repairs to canal banks 

White Waters — Repairs to approach to breakwater. 

Whycocomagh — Repairs to wharf, &c 

Yarmouth Bar— Repairs to protection works 


1,248 12 i 
60 37 i 

1,500 00 | 
1,749 89 ! 

999 69 I 
1,000 00 ! 

1,785 57 
1,066 13 
2,518 16 

381 64 
580 08 
653 53 
182 92 
1,000 00 
2,000 00 
134 26 
2,958 55 
799 25 
881 98 
450 00 
120 94 


Halifax Graving Dock 

Prince Edward Island— 

Bay Fortune — Breakwater repairs. 

Belfast Pier — Dredging 

Brae Breakwater— Strengthening and repairing 

work 

Campbell’s Cove — Repairs to breakwater j 

Canoe Cove — Breakwater 

Cascumpec Harbour — Closing opening through beach ; 

Chapel Point Pier — Repairs 

Cove Head Harbour — Improvement of entrance 

channel 

Cranberry Pier — Reconstruction of top 

Gaspereau— Harbour for fishermen 

Georgetown Pier — Reconstruction and repairs 

Lower Montague — Aitkens wharf 

Mininigash— Strengthening southern breakwater. . . 

New London— Repairs to breakwater, &c 

Pownal Pier— Reconstruction of top portion, &c 

Red Point — Repairs to wharf 

St. Peter’s Bay — Construction of Block at outer end 

of Breakwater 

Souris, Knights Point— Strengthening breakwater, 

&c 

Tignish Harbour — Rebuilding northern breakwater. 
Wood Island— Southern breakwater extension, &c. . 

General repairs to piers and breakwaters. 

New Brunswick — 

Anderson’s Hollow — Improvements and repairs to 

wharf 

Bathurst — Reconstruction of wharf 

Bay du Vin— To complete reconstruction of wharf. . 


999 84 
10 00 

388 25 
799 24 
3,172 39 
1,904 76 

1.099 25 

1,289 40 
1,126 77 

500 00 
4,405 26 
2,163 99 

501 79 
745 93 
954 64 

1.100 80 

1,108 81 

19,680 12 
732 41 
3,008 16 
2,927 2T 


5,747 52 
1,069 29 
4,004 95 


10,821. 76 


168,960 11 

10,000 00 


48,619 08 


1,760,234 59 


Carried forward 


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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


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3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

EXPENDITURE, 1902-1903 — Continued. 


SERVICE. 


$ cts. 


Brought forward 

Public Works— Chargeable to Income— Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers— Continued. 

New Brunswick — Concluded. 

Black Brook (Loggieville) Wharf. . * 

Campbellton Wharf 

Campobello (Wilson’s Beach) -Repairs, &c 

Cape Torrnentine — Repairs to breakwater, &c . . 

Caraquet Wl^arf 

Chockfish River — Extension of training pier. ... 

Clifton (Stonehaven) Breakwater 

Dorchester (Cole’s Point) — Breakwater 

Fort Dufferin — Extension of protection works 

Grande Anse— Extension and repairs to breakwater 

Hopewell Cape — New wharf .... 

Littje Salmon River— Beach protection works 

Lord’s Cove (Deer Island) — Extension of wharf .... 

Maisonette — Repairs to wharf 

Mispec Harbour — Breakwater at mouth. 

Neguac — Repairs to wharf 

Partri'lge Island — Repairs to eastern pier 

Pointe du Chene — Repairs to wharf. .... . 

Quaco — Repairs to eastern pier 

Red Stone Wharf— Repairs 

Richibucto — Reconstruction of north piers and 

groynes, &c 

River St. John, including tributaries 

River St. John — Wharf at Oromocto 

Shippegan Harbour— Extension and repairs to pro- 
tection works 

Shippegan Harbour- -Wharf at Lameque 

St. Andrews — Repairs to wharf. ... 

St. John Harbour— Negro Point breakwater 

St. Louis— Repairs to wharf 

St. Mary’s Pier — Repairs 

Upper Salmon River (Alma Pier). 


Maritime Provinces Generally — 

General repairs and improvements 

Quebec — 

Amherst, Magdalen Islands — Breakwater at Point 

Shea 

Anse a Beaufils — Improvement of harbour entrance, 

&c 

Anse St. Jean — Repairs to wharf 

Batiscan River — To continue dredging of a channel 

at outlet of river 

Bay St. Paul, Cap aux Cor beaux— Wharf repairs. . . 

Bay St. Paul, Isolated Block— Wharf repairs 

Berthier en haut — Reconstruction of ice piers 

Bic — Pier at Pointe h Cdte 

Bic — Addition to wharf and repairs 

Cacouna— Extension of wharf 

Cap a l’Aigle — Extension of wharf 

Chateauguay River— Dredging, &c 

Coteau Landing— Dredging ^ . 

C6te Ste. Catherine — Repair, approach to wharf..'. 
Crane Island, North side — Extension of head block. 
Crane Island, South side — Heavy repairs to wharf. . 

Cross Point— Isolated landing pier 

Doucets Landing — Dredging on east side of wharf. . 


10,821 76 


1,007 42 
226 50 
4,004 84 
14,788 21 
5,627 34 
1,839 70 
2,500 00 
23,233 62 
2,039 63 
4,586 98 
16,500 69 
799 48 
999 97 
697 61 
1,182 73 
4,419 06 
1,250 01 
499 47 
C73 34 
700 00 

16,555 25 
4,513 15 
379 54 

1,999 76 
5.904 84 
'799 62 
20,067 29 
417 83 
198 96 
555 43 


11,798 23 

476 12 
657 91 

9,826 14 
1,790 02 
412 11 
1,354 32 
53. 63 
990 15 
1,313 60 
34 75 
5,002 30 
7,293 15 
493 50 
2,533 62 
4,697 53 
4.999 47 
1,677 50 


cts. ( 


8 cts. 


1,760,234 59 


55,404 05 


149,790 03 
9,966 41 ! 


1,919,991 03 


Carried forward 


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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 


45 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

EXPENDITURE, 3.902-1903 —Continued. 


SERVICE. 

1 

8 cts. 

Brought forward 

55,404 05 



8 cts. 


3 


1,919,991 03 . . 


cts. 


Public Works— Chargeable to Income— Continued. 


Harbours and Rivers — Continued. 

Quebec— Continued. 

Father Point — Landing pier 

Gatineau River— Dredging. . 

Grand Valley Pier . 

Hudson Wharf 

Hull — Completion of wharf, including freight sheds 

Isle aux Coudres — Addition to wharf 

Isle Grosbois, opposite Bouchervilie — Dredging 

Channel ... 

Isle Verte Wharf — Repairs. 

Lake St. John Wharfs— Repairs 

Lake Temiseamingue— Improvements 

Laprairie — Ice pier and protection wall 

Le Tableau — Descente des Femmes, Saguenay River, 

new wharf 

Les Eboulements — General repairs to wharf and 

buildings i , 

Les Ecureuils Wharf — Improvements 

L’lle d’Alma — Removal of rocks 

L’lslet Pier — Repairs. 

Longueuil Wharf — Repairs 

Lotbiniere — Addition to isolated block 

Lower St. Lawrence— Removal of rocks 

Magdalen Islands — Breakwater 

Maria — Isolated block . . 

Murray Bay — Increasing height and extending wharf 

Newport — Breakwater ... . 

Nicolet River — Dredging 

Perce (North Cove) — Wharf 

Philipsburg— Wharf repairs 

Pointe aux Esquimaux — Wharf head block 

, Point Fortune— Wharf 

Point St. Pierre— Breakwater 

Riviere aux Renards —Pier 

Riviere Blanche — Repairs to wharf 

Riviere des Vases— Extension of landing pier 

Riviere du Loup — Repairs to wharf 

Riviere du Nord — Dredging channel at St. Andrew’s 

Landing . 

River St. Francis — Ice piers at Richmond 

Riviere St. Maurice— Channel between Grandes 

Piles and La Tuque 

Riviere St. Maurice — Dredging 

Riviere Touladie — Improvements of 

Roberval Wharf— Widening 

Ruisseau Leblanc — Breakwater 

Sorel Deep Water Wharf 

Ste. Adelaide de Pabos— Repairs to breakwater 

St. Alexis— Baie des Ha ! Ha ! Pier ... 

St. Alphonse (de Bagotville)— Repairs to wharf 

St. Andre de Kamouraska Wharf — Pier, &c 

Ste. Anne du Saguenay— Wharf 

Ste. Famille (Isle of Orleans)— Extension of wharf. . 
St. Francois — Breakwater wharf on South shore of 

Isle of Orleans. . .... 

St. Fulgence— Wharf improvements 

St. Irenee Wharf— Construction of head block 

St. Jerome, Lake St. John, Wharf 


22,355 85 ! 
3,513 87 ! 
7,468 52 
1,098 90 
3,207 05 
4,340 32 

5,150 75 
1,467 09 
1,800 76 

4.123 33 j 
4,997 08 i 

4,992 54 j 

1,960 80 

746 04 : 
1,209 26 

599 11 

1.123 33 
2,369 42 
1,191 18 

19,287 97 
11,991 13 
1,599 89 I 
224 86 | 
3,999 27 
4,945 02 
580 67 
1,598 17 
5,036 51 
3,735 35 
282 54 
750 00 
508 05 
2,969 21 

4,379 40 
5,832 84 

8,000 04 
6,552 50 
47 35 

4,577 11 ‘ 

21,077 29 
132,661 81 j 
2,925 47 
3,994 71 1 
1,499 65 
999 88 i 

1.339 07 
4,402 14 

4,575 89 j 

747 86 

6.340 25 
2,908 48 


399,489 63 , 1,919,991 03 J 


Carried foiward . 


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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


iii 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

EXPENDITURE, 1902-1903 —Continued. 


SERVICE. 


Brought forward. 


$ cts. 


399,489 63 


8 cts 


8 cts. 


1,919,991 03 


Public ‘Works— Chargeable to Income— Continued, 


Harbours and Rivers— Continued. 

Quebec— Concluded . 

St. Laurent, Isle of Orleans, repairs 

St. Mathias Wharf— Storehouse, fencing, &c 

St. Michel— Repairs to wharf 

St. Nicholas— Strengthening and rebuilding parts of 

pier damaged by ice 

St. Simeon — Repairs to wharf . . 

Tadousac — Extension of and repairs to dam of fish 

breeding establishment 

Tadousac — Wharf repairs 

Temiscouata Lake— Landing piers 

Three Rivers Harbour— Additional deep water 

wharfs 

Valleyfield— Dredging channel in Valleyfield Bay, 

&c •. 

Yamaska Dam — Repairs 

Harbours Rivers and Bridges— General repairs and 
improvements 

Ontario — 

Barrie Wharfs, Consti uction 

Bayfield— Extension of south pier. 

Big Bay (North Keppel) wharf, repairs 

Blind River Wharf 

Bowman ville — Repairs to breakwater 

Bronte — Harbour improvements 

Bruce Mines— Dredging 

Burk’s Falls, Magnetawan River — Wharf 

Burlington Channel — Repairs to piers 

Callender— Repairs to wharf . . . 

Chantry Island — Repairs to Western breakwater. . . 

Cobourg— Repairs to piers and dredging 

Collingwood— Harbour improvements 

Collingwood — Dredging... 

Cornwall — Repairs and extension of wharf and dredg- 
ing 

Depot Harbour Breakwater 

Goderich Harbour Works 

Goderich Harbour — Dredging 

Harwood — Wharf on Rice Lake. # 

Hawkesbury — Dredging 

Hilton, St. Joseph Island — Wharf repairs 

Huntsville — New wharf 

Kincardine — Repairs to piers and dredging 

Kingston Harbour— Dredging I 

Kingsville — Repairs to wharf and breakwater piers, 

&c 

Lake Temiscamingue — Wharfs 

Meaford — Dredging and pile works 

Midland Harbour— Dredging 

Newcastle — Repairs to piers 

Oakville— Repairs to east pier, &c 

Orillia — New wharf 

Oshawa Haibour— Improvements 1 

Owen Sound Harbour — Dredging and pile protection 

works 

Pelee Island — Extension of wharf 

Penetanguishene — Dredging 


19,370 32 
2,497 26 
3,997 03 

7,407 83 
598 92 


1,399 15 
591 37 
1,124 97 

49,914 21 | 

6,446 00 | 

2,022 77 | 

13,816 22 I 

v 1 508,675 68 

1,165 30 | 

366 55 
467 94 
5,364 54 
4,009 05 
3,050 01 
5,159 00 
4,497 74 
42,758 34 . 

1,459 47 
3,300 00 
10,440 07 
40,795 68 
44,333 56 


4,801 92 
30,919 89 
5,979 80 
17,776 59 
999 40 
6,336 02 
1,499 81 
3,396 03 
4,036 71 
1,268 40 

8,983,23 
3,573 98 
25,157 12 
23,759 44 
5,000 00 
4,013 65 
3,076 33 
1,268 20 

18,928 27 
3,600 54 
10,076 65 


351,619 23 


2,428,666 71 


Carried forward 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

EXPENDITURE, 1 902-1 903 —Continued. 


SERVICE. 


$ cts. 


Brought forward. 


Public Works— Chargeable to Income — Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers— Continued. 

Ontario — Concluded. 

Pickering— Repairs to piers and dredging 

Point Edward -Dredging 

Port Burwell— Improvements of harbour ^ 

Port Elgin— Repairs to landing pier, extension of 

breakwater and dredging 

Port Hope— Repairs to pier 

Portsmouth — Repairs to pier 

Port Stanley — Repairs to piers and dredging. . . 

Richard’s Landing— Wharf repairs 

River St. Lawrence— Dredging steamboat channel 

through shoal at foot of Wolfe Island 

River Thames— Dredging channel, Chatham to Lake] 

St. Clair. 

Rondeau Harbour— Repairs to piers and dredging. . 

Scugog River Dredging at Lindsay 

Sault Ste. Marie— Harbour improvements, including 

dredging of approaches 

Southampton — Improvements of Harbour. 

South Nation River — Improvements at the pitch off 

Sturgeon Falls — Improvements to wharf 

St. Joseph, Lake Huron, Wharf 

Thornbury — Repaiis to harbour works 

Thorn bury— Dredging 

Toronto Harbour — Works at Eastern entrance, &e. 

Trenton —Trent River dr< dging 

Wendover Wharf— Including ice breakers and store- 
house with waiting-room 

Wiarton — Dredging ! 

Harbours, rivers and bridges— General repairs and 

improvements ; 

Manitoba — 

Gull Harbour, St. George’s Bay — Extension of wharf 

Gypsum ville Harbour — Removal of sand bars 

Hnausa Wharf — Extension 

Lake Dauphin— Lowering of 

Lake St. Francis out' et— Construction of guide piers 

and dredging 

Selkirk Wharf— Extension 

Wharf on Lake Winnipeg at Gimli— To complete 

repairs 

White Mud River— Dredging at mouth of. 

Harbours, Rivers and Bridges— General repairs and 

improvements 

North-west Territories — 

General repairs and improvements 

British Columbia — 

Anderson and Kennedy Lakes — Clearing outlets. 
Columbia River — Improvements above Golden. . 

„ tt below Golden . . . . [ 

,, M above Revelstoke . 

,, ii in Narrows be-; 

tween Upper and Lower Arrow Lakes ! 

Duncan River— Improvements. . . j 

Fraser River — Improvement of ship channel j 

Hardy Bay — Wharf ... 

Nanaimo Harbour 


351,619 23 


3,098 16 
6,966 34 
40,153 31 

6,456 46 
5,017 45 
516 50 
10,267 79 
1,498 46 

9,995 45 

8,449 77 
9,944 75 
2,904 50 

15,407 98 
17 75 
1,002 80 
506 54 
5,042 39 
2,091 93 
4,546 00 
9,139 08 
240 00 

3,083 17 
1,290 00 

12,897 31 


2,488 44 
1,212 57 
2,532 73 
470 46 

6,496 91 
4,391 13 

3,555 53 
3,336 63 

2,807 82 


3,491 19 
7,490 54 
1,995 47 
4,901. 91 

11,306 30 

1.993 56 

9.993 99 
2,158 00 

12 00 


$ cts. j 


$ cts. 


2,428,666 71 


512,153 12 


27,292 27 
4,957 30 


43,642 96 


2,973,069 40 j 


Carried forward 


48 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE {[{ 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
EXPENDITURE, 1902-1903 —Continued. 


SERVICE. 


Brought forward 

% 

Public Works— Chargeable to Income— Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers — Concluded. 

British Columbia — Concluded. 

Salmon River— Removal of driftwood and other 

obstructions . 

Skeena River 

Victoria Harbour — Removal of Tuzo Rock and 


William’s Head Quarantine Station — Repairs to 

wharf and improvements to water service 

Harbours, Rivers and Bridges — General repairs and 
improvements 


Yukon District — 

Lewes and Yukon River — Improvements 
Generally — Repairs and improvements 


Dredging : — 

New’ dredging plant, Maritime Provinces — 

Hydraulic dredge ... 

New dredging plant, Ontario and Quebec. 

New dredging plant — Hydraulic dredge, Ontario . . 

New dredging plant -Self-propelling snag boat to work 

in Red and Assiniboine Rivers, Manitoba 

New r dredging plant — Generally 

Repairs to dredge vessels 

. i it Manitoba 

m ii British Columbia 

Dredging — Maritime Provinces 

Quebec . . . 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

British Columbia 

General service 

Slides and Booms : — 

St. Maurice district — Improvements to boom works, &c. 
Slides and booms, generally 


Roads and Bridges — 

At Ottawa, over slides, river and canal and approaches 

thereto ' 

Ottawa — Maria street bridge 

Portage du Fort Bridge — Reconstruction. 

Battleford Bridge — To replace 

Dominion traffic bridges throughout Canada 

Telegraph Lines ; — 

Lower St. Lawrence and Maritime Provinces— 

To repair and improve roadways and increase operat 
ing facilities generally to eastward of Godbout.. 

Belle Isle — Line between extreme ends of island 

Byron Island to Anticosti — Cable, &c 

Extension of the Magdalen Islands telegraph system 

to Byron Island by sub-marine cable 

Mabou to Port Hawkesbury 

Magdalen Island land lines 

Magdalen Islands — Cable between Amherst and 

Grindstone Islands 

St. Peters to Louisbourg and Scatarie Island . 


$ cts. 

$ cts. 

43,642 96 

2,973,069 40 

2,578 76 
7,410 79 


11,499 85 


1,757 60 


2,827 54 

69,717 50 


26,852 18 
9,914 51 

• 



177,744 63 
66,229 19 
59,519 49 

’ 

40 00 
58,080 25 
28,528 94 
12,053 99 
4,997 43 
70,651 36 
39,571 67 
23,827 16 
16,990 90 
34,684 26 
4,901 51 

597,820 78 


30,313 14 
1,773 44 

32,0S6 58 


7,050 06 
5,078 57 
356 69 
21,848 97 
4,625 19 

38,959 48 

220 50 
138 83 
70,635 63 

841 61 
3,308 73 
1,274 14 


2,123 25 
6,639 65 


| 85,182 34* 

3,748,420 43 


•8 cts. 


Carried forward 


iii 


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49 


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EXPENDITURE, 1902-1 903— Continued. 


SERVICE. 


$ cts. , $ cts. 


Brought forward 

Public Works— Chargeable to Inoom e— Con eluded. 


85,182 34 3,748,420 43 


$ cts. 


Telegraph Lines — Continued. 

Lower St. Lawrence and Maritime Provinces — Con. 

St. Peters to Canso — Connection between Port Mul- 

grave and Port Hawkesbury 

Ste. Anne du Saguenay to St. Charles. 

Chicoutimi to St. Charles and St. Ambroise 

North Shore of the St. Lawrence 

Compassionate allowance to Theodore Bouchard, 

captain and owner of str. ‘ White Cloud ’ 

Ontario — Pelee Island — Repairs to cable 

North-west Territories— Land line from St. Albert to 

Riviere qui Barre 

British Columbia — 

Alberni-Clayoquot line 

Golden Station — C. P. R. to Windermere 

Port Simpson — Hazelton to Aberdeen 

150 Mile House to Quesnel Forks and Horse Fly. . . 
Victoria and Cape Beale Line — Removal of poles, &c. 

Miscellaneous Public Works— 

Surveys and Inspections 

National Art Gallery 

Chief Engineer’s Office — Engineers, draftsmen and 

clerks 

Chief Architect’s Office — Architects, draftsmen and 

clerks . . ... ... . 

Departmental photographer— One half salary 

Telegraph service — Salaries of staff 

Temporary, clerical and other assistance 

Gratuity, Firmin Vaillancourt — One month’s salary.. . . 
Technical and other books of reference 


Mail Subsidies and Steamship Subventions. 


4,982 60 
46 07 
2,601 44 
4,159 90 


346 45 
3,097 70 

1,753 22 


6,463 49 
1,230 73 
1,044 97 
5,105 94 
2,381 96 


118,396 81 


48,496 72 
7,307 42 

69,063 24 | 


29,982 55 ! 

750 00 
4,000 00 
38,543 71 
32 50 
559 89 


198,736 03 


4,065,553 27 


Baddeck, Grand Narrows and Iona 

Canada and Australia 

Canada, France and Belgium 

Canada, China and Japan 

Canada and South Africa 

Gaspe Basin and Dalhousie 

Grand Marian and the Mainland 

Great Britain and Canada 

Halifax and Canso 

Halifax and Newfoundland via Cape Breton 

Halifax, St. John, Newfoundland and Liverpool. . . 

Magdalen Islands 

Montreal, Quebec and Manchester, and St. John, Halifax 

and Manchester 

Quebec and Gaspe Basin 

Quebec and Blanc Sablon 

Pictou and Cheticamp . . . 

Pictou, Murray Harbour, 

Port Mulgrave, Arichat, 1 , „ , 

Port Mulgrave, St. Peters and Irish Cove and Marble 

Mountain 

Prince Edward Island and Great Britain 

Prince Edward Island and Mainland 

St. John and Digby 

Carried forward i 

2 — iii — 4 


Georgetown and Montague Bridge 
riansn Gnvsbnrn’ Rr . o . 


4,176 32 
131,025 63 

25.000 00 

73.000 00 
97,706 73 
11,500 00 

5.000 00 
172,083 33 

923 04 

2.000 00 

20.000 00 
9,000 00 

35,000 00 
7,500 00 
6,750 00 
1,974 22 
1,200 00 
7,965 42 


4,731 30 
7,500 00 
12,500 00 
12,500 00 


649,035 99 


50 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

EXPEN DITURE, 1902-1 903— Continued. 


SERVICE. 


Brought forward 

Maie Subsidies and Steamship Subventions— Concluded. 


$ cts. 


St. John, Dublin and Belfast 

St. John and Glasgow 

St. John, Halifax and London 

St. John, Halifax, West Indies and South America 

St. John and Minas Basin 

St. Stephen and Ste. Croix River points, Deer Island, 

Campobello, &c., &c 

Sydney and Whycocomagh ... 

Sydney and Bay St. Lawrence . . . 

Victoria and San Francisco 

Victoria and west coast of Vancouver Island 

Victoria, Vancouver and Skagway 

Services of steamer Lord Strathcona and wrecking plant. . . 


Ocean and River Service. 


Dominion Steamers 

Examination of Masters and Mates. 

Rewards for saving life 

Investigation into wrecks 

Registration of Shipping 

Removal of obstructions to Navigation 

Tidal Service 

Winter Mail Service. 

Marine, Biological Station 

Cattle Inspection 

Unforeseen expenses generally 

Balance of contract for steamer to replace Newfield 

Furnishing and cost, &c., of sending crews to Scotland for 
steamers under construction. . . 


Lighthouse and Coast Service. 


Salaries and allowance of lightkeepers 

Agencies, rents and contingencies 

Maintenance and repairs to lighthouses 

Construction of lighthouses 

Construction and equipment of steel lightship for Lurcher 5 ! 

Shoal 

Signal service . . 

Repairs to wharfs 

Additional aids to navigation on St. Lawrence route, &c 

Salaries of temporary officers, &c., at Ottawa 

Montreal Pilotage Commissioners Court. 

Montreal Dry Docks Commission. 


Scientific Institutions. 


Toronto Observatory 

Meteorological Service 

Hydrographic Survey 

Observatory on Sulphur Mountain, Banff . 
Equipment of an observatory at St. John, N.B 

Time ball at Halifax, N.S 

Gratuity to Capt. A. M. McGregor ... 

Marine Hospitals. 

Marine Hospitals, care of sick seamen 

Shipwrecked and distressed seamen 


8 cts. 8 cts. 


278,620 93 
4,968 36 
9,306 25 
1,367 45 
417 25 
682 98 
14,519 99 
6,211 28 
2,000 00 
3,026 25 
4,822 78 
90,465 91 

727 13 


222,499 38 
16,566 14 
304,785 39 
317,384 44 

79,991 40 
6,863 75 
1,721 91 
2,111 89 
6,945 96 
1,745 23 
3,528 25 


2,723 80 
82,553 61 
35,243 97 
3,167 62 
1,0^5 19 
1,000 00 
1,050 00 


48,151 48 
598 67 


Steamboat Inspection . 


649,035 

99 j 

3,750 

00 

7,500 

00 

22,500 

00 

79,500 

00 

3,000 

00 

2,000 

oo ; 

1,000 

00 

1,000 

00 

5,000 

00 

2,500 

00 

12,500 

00 

10,000 

00 


799,285 99 


417,136 56 


964,143 74 


126,754 19 


48,750 15 


30,172 09 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 


51 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

EXPENDITURE, 1902-1903— Continued. 


SERVICE. 


Fisheries. 

Salaries and Disbursements by Fishery Inspectors, Over- 
seers, &c 

Fish breeding ... . 

Fisheries Protection Service 

Building fishways and clearing rivers 

Legal and incidental expenses 

Canadian Fishery Exhibit . . 

Distribution of the Fishing Bounty 

Oyster culture 

Wharf and storage at Sapperton, B.C 

Cold storage for bait for deep sea fishermen 

Balance of contract for Fisheries and Customs vessels build- 
ing in B . C 

Georgian Bay Biological Laboratory . . . 

Licenses to U . S . fishing vessels 

Gratuity to widow of late Capt. Rood 

Legal expenses of Arbitration re seizures by Russian 

cruisers, 1892 

Two patrol steam launches for fishery work on Atlantic coast 
Fishing Bounty 


$ ets. 


Insurance Inspection . 
Geological Survey . . . 


cts. ! 


S cts. 


Subsidies to Provinces. 


Ontario . 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Manitoba 

British Columbia 

Prince Edward Island . 


Indians. 

Ontario and Quebec 

Nova Scotia - 

New Brunswick 

Prince Edward Island 

Manitoba and North-west Territories . 

British Columbia 

Yukon Territory 

General 


Mounted Police. 


North-west Territories 

Yukon Territory 

Gratuity to Mrs. Jos. Howe. 


Government of the North-west Territories. 
Government of the Yukon Territory ... . 


114,719 

00 

77,330 

86 

115,167 

99 

938 

69 

1,998 

95 

2,817 

20 

4,900 

11 

3,712 

16 

3,000 

00 

11,331 

49 

23,695 

00 

1,495 

95 

505 

72 

500 

00 

87 

50 

5,775 

00 

159,853 

50 


1,339,287 28 
1,086,713 48 
432,895 56 
491,360 96 
533,327 06 I 
307,076 66 
211,931 88 


88,364 45 
7,620 51 
6,891 13 
1,574 22 
818,576 54 
138,216 28 
8,148 06 
8,423 82 


399,098 67 
590,702 93 
233 32 


527,829 12 


14,947 29 


78,746 26 


4,402,502 88 


1,077,815 01 


990,034 92 


802,466 46 


807,806 89 


2 — iii — 4J 


52 


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iii 

3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

EXPEN DITURE, 1 902-1903— Continued. 


SERVICE. 



Miscellaneous. 


Canada Gazette 

Miscellaneous printing ... . . 

Distribution of parliamentary documents ; 

Plant for Printing Bureau ... 

Unforeseen expenses 

Army and Navy commutation 

Paris agency 

Compensation for injuries, N.W. Mounted Police 

Legal advice for the Auditor General 

Litigated matters— Justice 

Interior 

Government in the District of Keewatin 

Maintenance of Keewatin lunatics i 

Boundary Survey — Cost of demarcation and investigations, 

etc., Interior Dept. . . 

Astronomical Observatory, telescope and apparatus ■* 

Maintenance of Assay Office, Vancouver. . . 

Banff Springs 

Relief of distressed Canadians 

Tobacco Trade Commission 

To repay Peterson, 1 ate & Co. deposit with interest at 3 per 

cent * 

Half-breed Claims Commission 

Canadian Mining Institute 

Dr. Rand’s English- Micmac Dictionary . 

International Catalogue of Scientific Literature 

Visit of Sir Edmund Barton, Premier of Australia. 

To recoup N.W.M. Police for relief of distressed half-breeds .... . 

Engraving, etc., maps of the Dominion and N.W. Territories 

Royal Society of Canada 

Academy of Arts % 

Department of Labour 

Preparation of returns for Parliament ... 

Martineau Investigation Commission 

Arbitration of accounts between Dominion and Provinces of 

Ontario and Quebec » 

Grant to Canadian Association for Prevention of Tubercu 

losis 

Canadian Law Library, London 

Classification of old records of Canada 

Canadian South Africa Memorial 

Marconi wireless telegraph station at Glace Bay — Balance of 

contract 

Ottawa Improvement Commission 

Opening up a road from Teulon, Man 

Consolidation of Dominion Statutes 

Claim of Amos Barnes re purchase of building on river lots 

in Manitoba 

Relief of miners in Liard River District 

Alaskan Boundary Commission 

Royal Commission re industrial disputes in B.C 

Protection of bridge across Bow River 

To recoup Hudson’s Bay Co. for supplies furnished to Isle a 

la Crosse sufferers from flood 

To cover late Thos. W. Middleton’s shortage in connection 

with the Gold Commissioner’s Office at Dawsoir 


5,568 

94 

45,416 

30 

1,101 

92 

30,922 

19 

20,875 

12 

2,129 

78 

6,500 

00 

2,019 

87 

234 

95 

6,053 

68 

7,336 

11 

1,159 

S3 

864 

35 

47,911 

09 

10,497 

85 

14,993 

90 

23,413 

04 

170 

10 

2,718 

72 


56,940 00 
2,978 24 I 

3.000 00 
580 00 
500 00 | 

1,020 59 
292 60 I 
14,096 53 | 

5.000 00 

2.000 00 j 

20,471 54 1 

354 43 | 
1,067 85 I 

2,931 50 
• 

1.000 00 
250 00 | 
800 00 

6,000 00 

10,000 00 
60,000 00 
14,901 
12,722 8 


3,580 00 
576 00 
59,993 00 
8,481 33 
3,000 00 

563 32 


5,243 14 


528,231 07 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 


53 


iii 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

EXPENDITURE, 1902-1903— Continued. 


SERVICE. 


Customs . 


cts. 


Salaries and contingencies ' 

Miscellaneous expenditure 

Inspections, Preventive Service, Board of Customs, Customs 

Laboratory and Statistical Branch . 

Maintenance of Revenue Cruisers and Preventive Service . 
Secret Preventive Service 


Excise. 

Salaries 

Contingencies 

Preventive Service 

Methylated spirits 

Duty pay at large distilleries and other factories 

Duty pay to officers serving longer hours at other than special 

survey . . . 

Tobacco stamps 

Collectors of Customs, commission r 

Commission on tobacco stamps 

L. A. Frechette for special translation 

Provisional allowance, &c., to officers in B.C 

C. Perkins, gratuity 

E. Forrest, special vote 


Culling Timber. 


Weights and Measures. 


Salaries 

Contingencies, including metrical instruments.. 

A. Guay, special vote . 

M. J. Kelly, special vote 


Gas and Electric Light. 

Salaries 

Contingencies, including purchase and repairs of instruments 


Inspection of Staples . 
Adulteration of Food. 


Minor Revenues. 


Inland Revenue 
Ordnance lands . 


Railways and Canals — Collection of Revenue. 
Railways \ 

Intercolonial Railway 

Prince Edward Island Railway 

Windsor Branch Railway 


Carried forward 


$ cts. 


6,196,653 19 
259,637 82 
17,843 19 


1,045,590 55 , 
33,458 54 

119,868 05 
25,240 68 
4,870 89 


322,722 68 
57,479 58 
10,755 59 
49,188 38 
6,247 91 

650 00 
26,000 00 
5,478 94 
50 84 
95 42 
149 97 
80 00 
85 00 


55,179 78 
32,137 92 
30 00 
159 90 


22,072 13 
11,995 29 


1,507 81 
1,150 69 


6,474,134 20 


1,229,028 71 


478,984 31 


16,378 16 


87,507 60 


34,067 42 


66,261 19 


19,841 13 


2,658 50 


54 


DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


ill 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

EXPENDITURE, 1902-1 903— Continued. 


SERVICE. 


Brought forward 

Railways and Canals— Collection of Revenue— Con . 
Canals . 

Salaries and contingencies— canal officers 

Sunday labour ... . 

Beauharnois 

Carillon and Grenville 

Chambly 

Cornwall 

Lachine 

Murray 

Rideau 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Soulanges 

St. Anne’s 

St. Ours 

St. Peters 

Trent 

Welland 

Williamsburg 

Miscellaneous 

Dredge vessels 


Public Works— Collection of Revenue. 

Collection of slide and boom dues 

Upper Ottawa Improvement Co. ... 

Gatineau River — Compensation to Gilmour and Hughson 

for use of booms at the Cascades 

Burlington Channel Bridge 

Esq ui malt Graving Dock 

Kingston n 

Levis it 

Ottawa District — Slides and booms 

River Trent and Newcastle District. 

Riviere du Lievre Lock and Dam. 

Yamaska Lock and Dam 

St. Maurice District . . . '. ». 

Harbours, rivers, slides and booms generally 

Land and cable telegraph lines — Lower St. Lawrence. 

Telegraph lines — P. E. Island and mainland 

M N. W. Territories 

it British Columbia 

ii Yukon (Ashcroft and Dawson) 

ii Generally 

Public Works agency, B. C 

Post Office. 

Mail Service 

Salaries and allowances ...... 

Miscellaneous 

Yukon Territory 


Trade and Commerce. 

Chinese Immigration. 

Commercial agencies 

Expenditure in connection with the bounties on iron and 

steel 

International Customs Tariff Bureau 

Law costs, &c., connected with deferred payments of bounties 


$ cts. 


34,008 

68 j 

18,456 

32 ! 

18,281 

52 i 

32,114 

45 ! 

41,031 

75 i 

89,334 

95 | 

122,816 

23 ! 

10,384 

70 i 

71,019 

54 

26,932 

92 : 

42,349 

29 

6,756 

59 

3,960 

46 1 

3,600 

60 | 

17,784 

40 i 

162,688 

64 

35,339 

70 j 

443 

26 i 

10,266 

93 


$ cts. 


6,474,134 20 


747,570 

93 

3,780 

95 

1,257 

51 | 

3.000 

oo ! 

2,535 

34 

15,179 

20 

5,030 

57 

13,062 

53 

39,275 

10 

4,176 

76 

1,465 

81 

1,119 

55 

48,359 

75 

2,304 

55 

99,416 

75 

1,946 

66 

20,000 

00 

15,147 

00 

281,391 

87 

2,760 

04 

1,193 

57 


2,386,183 11 
1,304,678 47 I 
279,998 06 ! 
134,318 84 | 
i 


4,099 99 
22,640 51 


262 72 
600 00 
3,067 98 


8 cts. 


7,221,705 13 


562,403 51 


4,105,178 48 


30,671 20 


iii 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 


55 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

EXPENDITURE, 1902-1903 —Concluded. 


SERVICE. 

. $ cts . 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

Dominion Lands Income. 

Salaries — Outside Service 


101,561 16 
34,697 65 
404 97 
20.471 17 
29,220 86 

186,355 81 
449,542 20 

Contingencies 


Board of Examiners 


Protection of timber lands and forestry 

Extra Service .... 


Dominion Lands— Capital 







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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 


111 


3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 

INTERCOLONIAL RAILWAY. 

Statement of Open Accounts on June 30, 1903. 


Details. 


Dr. 


Cr. 


$. cts. $ cts. 


To Quebec Central Railway 

Canada Eastern Railway 

Transportation ledger 

Grand Trunk Railway - . 

Unclaimed freight 

Department of Railways and Canals 

Cash 

Rents 

Stations 

Department of Militia and Defence . . ! 

Canadian Pacific Railway, rolling stock 

Department of Agriculture 

Post Office Department . . 

Caraquet Railway . 

Dominion Atlantic Railway, general 

Canadian Pacific Railway, general 

New Brunswick Railway, general 

Atlantic and Lake Superior Railway 

Canadian Eastern Railway, general 

.Boston and Maine Railway J 

New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island Railway. 

Buctouche and Moncton Railway ... 

Tobique Valley Railway 

Kent Northern Railway 

Imperial Tank Line 

Restigouche and Western Railway. . . . 

National Despatch Line 

Temiscouata Railway 

Prince Edward Island Railway 

Pennsylvania Railway 

Inverness and Richmond Railway 

Central Vermont Railway 

Grand Trunk Railway, suspense 

Drummond County Railway 

W§,bash Railway 

Newfoundland Railway 

Pennsylvania Company 

Maine Central Railway 

Midland Railway of Nova Scotia 

Quebec Southern Railway 

Central Railway of New Brunswick 

New York, N. H. and H. R. Railway 

Cape Breton Railway Co 

Lake Shore and M. S. Railway 

Grand Trunk Railway Co., general 

Great Northern Railway of Canada . . . . 

Ballston Terminal Railway 

Del. and Hudson R. R. . 

B. and Albany R. R 

Fruit Express 

F. A. Cutting Car Co 

Mich. Central R. R 

Chic, and N. W. R. R 

Canada Atlantic Railway 

Cin. H. and D. R. R 

Ind. 111. and I. R. R 

Dairy Shippers Despatch Line 

Armour Ref. Line 

Streets Western Stable Car Co 

American Ref. Trans. Co .... . 

Lehigh Valley R. R . 

Erie R. R 


3,067 29 
5,891 09 
18,934 43 ; 
10,553 53 
899 10 
234 60 ! 
356 89 
6,174 21 S . 
207,156 97 t 
3,320 34 
2^446 90 
7,577 18 , 
107 48 ! 
4,281 70 ! 

842 91 
13,702 54 I 
5,324 76 j 
5,940 84 ! 
8,978 67 ; 

59 13 
1,064 94 
169 79 
2,739 25 
5,759 49 
11 14 

6 98 

15 44 
1,536 35 

90,436 24 i 
10 39 i 
12,292 24 t 

16 73 
98 75 

7,199 87 | 
30 61 | 
68 15 ; 

9 50 i 

7 13 ! 
750 22 ; 

24,689 67 [ 
41,136 62 
5 68 

1,992 32 ! 

14 53 I 
4,985 19 

8 56 
396 41 
512 46 ; 

48 39 

9 59 

1 25 I 
25 00 
10 54 

621 75 

2 70 
0 95 1 

2 82 i 

3 10 ! 
45 92 

5 39 
9 53 
5 70 j 


522,607 75 [ 


Carried forward 


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57 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

INTERCOLONIAL RAILWAY— Continued. 
Statement of Open Accounts on June 30, 1903. 


Details. 


Brought forward 


Dr. 

Cr. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

522,607 75 



To Union Ref. Trans. Co. . 

Mather Horse and Stock Car Co 

Minn. St. Paul and S. S. M. R. R 

Wisconsin Central R. R. 

Swift Ref. Line 

Balt, and Ohio R. R 

Chicago and Alton R. R .... 

Anglo-American Ref. Line 

Nat. Desp. Gt. Eastern Line 

Vandalia Line . 

Cler. C. C. and St. L, R. R 

Phil, and Reading R. R . 

Toronto H. and B. Railway . . ' 

Pere Marquette R.R 

111. Cent. R. R 

Chic. R. I. and P. R. R 

Chic. N. Y. and B. Ref. Line 

Miss. Ref. R. R . 

Nova Scotia Central R. R 

Rutland R. R , 

Great Northern Line. 

Cin. Northern R. R 

Atch. T. and S. F. R. R 

New York Central and St. L. R. R ... 

Pitts, and Lake Erie R. R 

Quebec and Lake St. John Railway 

Egansville Terre-Haute R. R 

Northern and Western R. R 

Pitts. S. and Northern R. R 

Mobile and Ohio R. R. 

Eastman Heating Car Co 

New York Central and H. R. R. R 

Canada Atlantic and P. Line 

Canada Northern R. R 

Southern R.R 

Sherbrooke T. Line 

Merchants Desp. Trans. Co ?■ 

Buff. R. and P. R. R ,* 

International S. S. Co 

Union Tank Line 

Phil. W. and Balt. R. R 

Elgin and Havelock Railway 

SS. Admiral . 

Cumberland Railway and Coal Co. 

Canada Coal and Railway Co 

SS. Minto 

Canadian Express Co 

Acadia Coal Co 

Intercolonial Coal Co 

Dominion Coal Co ' 

Gray & L. Bros. Co 

St. Francois Bridge Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Royal visit. ... . 

F. E. Caine 

Dominion Iron & Steel Co 

Raid win Locomotive Works 

SS. Verda 

SS. Lake Ontario 

Standard Car Truck Co 

Nova Scotia Steel & Coal Co 

Rhodes, Curry & Co 


2 

31 

80 

08 

0 

36 

1 

01 

1 

39 

2 

38 

1 

92 

2 

21 

47 

30 

1 

02 

0 

95 

5 

69 

0 

35 

1 

66 

8 

11 

1 

03 

7 

45 1 

12 

25 1 

5 

20 

5 

19 

9 

50 

0 

53 

0 

60 

0 

92 

0 

31 

3 

45 

0 

65 

1 

88 

2 

75 

2 

03 

0 

6C 

34 

27 

0 

71 ! 

0 

96 

7 

25 

10 

15] 

0 

60 

0 

54 

2 

69 

1 

64 

0 

67 

114 

45 


2,618 94 
101 65 
152 80 
268 14 
9,583 86 
338 53 
1,638 22 
3,587 26 
6 75 

49 59 | 
763 61 

10,189 80 
2,760 70 ! 
9,295 54 
181 10 ! 

50 78 
17 04 

465 30 
3,337 40 
0 70 


568,400 47 1 


Carried forward 


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INTERCOLONIAL R AIL W AY — Continued. 

Statement of Open Accounts on June 30, 1903. 


r 


Details. 


Dr. 


$ 


Cr. 



$ cts. 


Brought forward 


568,400 47 


To .1 . Norris & Co 

SS. Scotia . ...... 

Elmsdale Brick Co 

Atlantic Grindstone Co 


22 22 ] 
8,861 99 
0 95 ! 
26 84 


Ryan & McDonnell 

Halifax Station, labour 

Engineering Contract Co 

McDonnell Rolling Mills 

Canadian Locomotive and Engine Co. . . 

Lake Superior Power Co 

T. A. S. Dewolf & Son 

New Brunswick Anchor Wire Fence Co. 

M. J. O’Brien 

M. Beattie & Sons 

Mic-mac Mining Co 

Montmagny Light and Power Co 

Canadian Pacific Railway Telegraph Co 

Robert Reford Co 

Fraser Bros 

J. Barnes Construction Co 

Red Cross Line 

SS. Restigouche 

J. Foster 

H. A. McKeown 

J. W. C. McConnell 

Portland Rolling Mills 

Eel River Station 

Trois Pistoles Station 

Geo. McDougall & Co 

Allan SS. Line 

L. R. Harrison 

Union Bearing Co 

Elgin Branch Railway 

Poulson Iron Works 

Town of Dartmouth . . 

St. J ohn Street Railway 

Ontario Car & Foundry Co 

Pickford & Black 

I. N. Pouliot 

R. A. & J. Stewart 

J. Richards & Son 

W. Ross 

T. Cook & Son 

Remittances destroyed 

Nauwigewauk Station 

Glengarry Station 

Bloomfield Station 


3,736 29 ; 
1,000 00 ' 
518 68 I 
385 56 
321 90 
17,658 19 
9 51 
26 20 

4 45 
1 14 

317 84 
1,768 46 
26 15 
7 43 
106 88 i 
502 44 ! 

3 54 1 
278 87 | 
140 00 j 
150 00 
50 00 
149 79 | 

32 61 j 
97 37 

1,466 00 : 
1,892 13 
1,343 41 ! 
928 18 i 
726 10 I 
273 25 ■ 
32,000 00 I 
31 00 
1,276 00 
134 22 
352 20 I 
41 39 ! 
116 24 j 

33 70 I 
19 80 I 

788 81 
3 00 ' 

5 00 
25 21 


Schooner Ma ry Jane 

Coal Branch Station 

Weldford Station 

P. E. Gallant . . 

Bic Station 

St. Arsene Station 

Ste. Luce Station 

Western Counties Railway— General 
" ii ii Traffic. 

Springhill and Parrsboro’ Railway . . . 

Coldbrook Rolling Mills 

Halifax and Cape Breton Railway 

A. Forbes 

H. J. Cameron 

J. J. McLeod 


71 30 ! 
65 84 ! 
55 00 J 
173 36 
22 00 | 
107 12 j 
80 00 ! 
15,893 35 
64 57 
3,161 99 | 
1,967 41 
i 1,151 42 
82 18 | 
1,679 07 
644 16 


Carried forward 


671,280 18 


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, INTERCOLONIAL RAILWAY —Concluded. 
Statement of Open Accounts on June 30, 1903. 


Details. 


Bronght forward . 


Dr. 


Cr. 


$ cts. 
671,280 18 


s cts . 


To Dalhousie Station 

Valley Station 

Iona Station 

Isle Verte Station 

Kent Junction Station 

Gloucester Junction Station. . . 
Campbellton (freight) Station. . . . 

H. M. Hamilton 

R. Hamilton 

H. Atkinson 

Derby Junction Station 

T. Atkinson 

Ste. Louise Station 

Nic* lit Station 

Riviere du Loup (freight) Station 

St. Alexander Station 

Red Pine Station 

Riviere du Loup (ticket) Station 

Newcastle Station 

Nappan Station 

Memramcook Station 

St. John (freight Station 

Amherst (freight) Station 

Boisdale Station 

Sackville Station 

Wentworth Station 

Rockingham Station 

New Glasgow Station 

Nash’s Creek Station 

Shediac Station 

Eureka Mills Station 

Halifax (freight) Station 

Uncurrent and failed bank notes. . . . 
Athol Station 


19 69 

6 65 
72 71 
25 00 
28 38 
78 87 
25 00 

316 66 
1,131 52 
12 80 
231 04 
49 87 ! 
0 66 1 
3 00 | 
136 82 I 
25 90 

20 00 I 
16 00 ! 

102 75 
40 00 ! 

7 54 I 
3,096 46 I 

3 31 

7 80 | 
10 17 j 

33 24 I 
27 47 | 

633 90 
5 00 ! 

34 70 
13 56 i 

887 49 I 
82 20 I 

4 44 


By Suspense 

Chatham Railway 

Dubs & Co . . 

Canadian Pacific Railway (traffic). . . 

N. K. & M. Connolly 

Fraserville foundry 

Quebec Construction Co 

McLean, Holt & Co 

TheElmsdale Co 

Salisbury and Harvey Railway ... 
Charlottetown Steam Navigation Co 
Balance 


3,749 02 
0 07 
98 63 
13,268 48 
16,424 09 
978 41 
194 44 
152 83 
1,190 18 
46 07 
151 97 
642,216 59 


678,470 78 | 678,470 78 


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3-4 EDWARD VII., A. 1904 
INTERCOLONIAL RAILWAY. 


Comparative Statement of Revenue and Working Expenses for the Years ended June 

30, 1902 and 1903. 


- 

1902. 

1903. 

Increase 

or 

Decrease. 

Revenue. 

Passenger traffic 

$ cts. 

1,770,941 13 
3,644,513 42 
255,929 36 

§ cts. 

1,928,116 13 
4,128,255 00 
268,151 75 

$ cts. 

+ 157,175 00 

+ 483,741 58 

+ 12,222 39 

F reight traffic 

Mails and sundries 

Working Expenses. 

Locomotive power 

5,671,383 91 

6,324,522 88 

+ 653,138 97 

2,030,928 40 
1,119,461 86 
1,155,891 66 
699,797 82 
445,227 50 
— 16,743 94 

140,000 00 

2,176,160 76 
1,338,857 68 
1,386,350 29 
789,346 84 
477,373 77 
— 111,436 15 

140,000 00 

+ 145,232 36 
+ 219,395 82 
+ 230,458 63 
+ 89,549 02 
+ 32,146 27 
— 94,692 21 

Car expenses ... 

Maintenance of ways and works 

Station expenses 

General expenses 

Car mileage 

Rental of leased lines 



Difference between receipts and working expenses 

5,574,563 30 

6,196,653 19 

+ 622,089 89 

96,820 61 

127,869 69 

+ 31,049 08 


PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND RAILWAY. 
Statement of open accounts on June 30, 1903. 


Open Accounts. 

Dr. - 

Cr. 

To Cash 

Stations 

8 cts. 

2,790 97 
1,591 81 
7,717 80 
1,564 19 
46 43 
30 00 
30 00 
812 83 
76 20 
1,524 70 
2,999 55 

$ cts. 

878 75 
631 13 
749 87 
3,631 43 
13,293 30 

Post Office Department 

Militia Department 

Anglo-American Tel. Co 

Judge Weatherbe 

Sydney Grey 

Railway Extension, Charlottetown 

B. & M. Rattenburg 

Accident Insurance 

M. J. Heney 

By John McDougall & Co 

Rhodes, Curry & Co 


Thomas Campbell 


Intercolonial Railway 


Balance 




19,184 48 

19,184 48 


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PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND RAILWAY. 


Comparative Statement of Working Expenses and Revenue for the Years ended 

June 30, 1902 and 1903. 



1902. 

1903. 

Increase 

or 

Decrease. 

• Revenue. 

Passenger traffic 

$ cts. 

85,086 44 
96,577 79 
16,344 87 

$ cts. 

95,237 12 
106,519 72 
15,957 40 

$ cts. 

+ 10,150 68 

+ 9,941 93 

387 47 

Freight traffic .... 

Mails and sundries 

Working Expenses. 

Locoraoti ve power 

198,009 10 

217,714 24 

+ 19,705 14 

76,193 20 
44,347 99 
98,735 91 
37,920 98 
12,616 99 
344 90 

73,052 05 
49,948 05 
81,352 13 
42,304 07 
12,981 52 

— 3,141 15 

+ 5,600 06 

— 17,383 78 

+ 4,383 09 

+ 364 53 

— 344 90 

Car expenses 

Maintenance of way and works 

Station expenses 

General expenses 

Renewals of permanent way , 

Difference between receipts and working expenses 

270,159 97 

259,637 82 

10,522 15 

72,150 87 

41,923 58 

30,227 29 


INDIAN FUND. 


Statement of Transactions in connection with this Fund during the Year ended 

June 30, 1903. 


Balance at credit of the fund, June 30, 1902 

§ cts. 

4,045.945 86 
166,146 82 

217,518 71 
14,000 00 
16,790 40 
248,712 18 

Interest accrued during the year on funds in the hands of the Dominion Government.. . . 
Collections on account of land sales, timber dues, dues on stone quarried, rents, fines and 
sales during the year 

Government grants 

Robinson Treaty annuity payments 

Amount charged to Province of Canada 

Expenditure during the year 

Balance at credit June 30, 1903 

4,709,113 97 
300,201 40 

4,408,912 57 

• 


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PROVINCE ACCOUNTS. 


No. 1. — Province of Canada — Suspense Account. 


Date. 

— 

Dr. 

Cr. 

. 1903. 
June 30. . . 

To expenditure re Yule bridge . 

$ cts. 
39,717 16 

$ cts. 

No. 2 . — Province of Ontario — D ebt Account. 

Date. 

— 

Dr. 

Cr. 

1903. 

J une 30. . . 

To balance as per settlement . . 

$ cts. 
1,807,986 49 

$ cts. 

No. 3 . — Province of Quebec — D ebt Account. 

Date. 

' 

Dr. 

Cr. 

1903. 

J une 30. . . 

To balance as per settlement 

8 cts. 
1,473,609 63 

$ cts. 

No. 4 . — Province of Nova Scotia — D ebt Account. 


Date. 

— . 

Dr. 

Cr. 

1903. 

June 30. . . ' 

By balance as per Public Accounts of 1902 

.$ cts. 

$ cts. 
1,056,111 12 



No. 5 . — Province of Nova Scotia — D ebt Suspense Account. 

Date. 


Dr. 

Cr. 

1903. 

June 30. . . 

To balance as per Public Accounts of 1902 

8 cts. 
40,502 81 

$ cts. 


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No. 6. — Province of New Brunswick — Debt Account. 


Date. 


Dr. 

Cr. 

1903. 

June 30. . . 

By Balance as per Public Accounts of 1902 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 
529,299 39 




No. 7. — Province of Prince Edward 

Island — Debt Account. 

Date. 

' 

Dr. 

Cr. 

1903. 

June 30. . . 

By balance as per Public Accounts of 1902 

•$ cts. 

$ cts. 
775,791 83 




No. 8.— Province of Prince Edward Island — Land Account. 


Date. 


Dr. 

Cr. 

1903. 

June 30. . 

To Balance as per Public Accounts of 1902 

$ cts. 

782,402 33 

1 

$ cts. 

No. 9. — Province of British Columbia — Debt Account. 

Date. 

— 

Dr. 

Cr. 

1903. 

June 30. . 

By Balance as per Public Accounts of 1902 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

583,021 40 


No. 10. — Province of Manitoba — Debt Account. 


Date. 

. 

Dr. 

Cr. 

1903. 


$ cts. 

$ cts. 

June 30 . 

By Balance as per Public Accounts of 1902 


3,578,941 20 


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No. 11. — Province of Ontario — Subsidy Account. 


Date. 


Dr. 

Cr. 

1902. 


$ cts. 

8 cts. 

July 1.. 

By ^ year’s subsidy on population of 1,396,091 

n increased subsidy under 47 Vic., e. 4 


558,436 40 
71,207 24 
40,000 00 

1903. j 

ii allowance for government 

To Cash 

• 

669,643 64 

Jan. 1. . j 

By i year’s subsidy and allowance as above 

To Cash 

669,643 64 

669,643 64 



1,339,287 28 

1,339,287 28 


No. 12. — Province of Quebec — Subsidy Account. 


Date. 

— 

Dr. 

Cr. 

1902. 


8 cts. 

8 cts. 

July 1 . 

By ^ year’s subsidy on population of 1,111,566 


*444,626 40 

ti increased subsidy under 47 Vic., c. 4 . . . . 


63,730 34 


ii allowance for government 


35,000 00 


'To Cash 

543,356 74 

1903. 

• 



Jan. 1 . . 

By h year’s subsidy and allowance as above 


543,356 74 


jTo Cash . . 

543,356 74 


\ . 

1,086,713 48 

1,086,713 48 


No. 13. — Province of Nova Scotia — Subsidy Account. 


Date. 


Dr. 

Cr. 

1902. 

. - 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

July 1.. 

[Bv i year’s subsidy on population of 400,000 


160,000 00 

it allowance for Government . . . 


30,000 00 


it interest on $1,056,111.12 


26,402 78 


To Cash ... 

216,402 78 


1903. i 




Jan. 1.. 

! By h year’s subsidy and allowance as above 


190,000 00 


ii interest on $1,056,111.12 


26,402 78 


To Cash 

216,402 78 


- 


432,805 56 

432,805 56 


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No. 14. — Province of New Brunswick — Subsidy Acoount. 


Date. 

— 

Dr. 

Cr. 

1902. 


$ cts. 

$ cts. 

July 1.. 

By ^ year’s subsidy on population of 331,120 


132,448 00 

M allowance for Government 

. 

25,000 00 


,i ' i, export duty 


75,000 00 


ii interest on $529,299 39 


13,232 48 


To Cash 

245,680 48 

1903. 




Jan. 1.. 

By \ year’s subsidy and allowance as above 


232,448 00 

1 1 interest on $529, 299 .39 


13,232 48 


To Cash ... 

245,680 48 



491,360 96 

491,360 96 


No. 15. — Province of Manitoba — Subsidy Account. 


Date. 

7 

Dr. 

Cr. 

1902. 


$ cts. 

$ cts. 

J uly 1 . . 

By ^ year’s subsidy on population of 255,211 


102,084 40 

25.000 00 

50.000 00 
89,473 53 

it allowance for Government 



,i tt lands 



•I interest on $3, 578, 941 .20 

To Cash 

266^452 33" 

1903. 



Jan. 1.. 

By ^ year’s subsidy, allowance and interest, as above 


266,557 93 

To Cash ■. 

266,452 33 
'422 40' 

Jan. 20 . 

By 1 year’s subsidy on 264 population short paid for 1901-02 . . 
To Cash 

211 20 





533,327 06 

533.327 06 


No. 16. — Province of British Columbia — Subsidy Account. 


Date. 

— 

Dr. 

Cr. 

1902. 


$ cts. 

$ cts. 

July 1.. 

By \ year’s subsidy on population of 178,657 


71,462 80 
17,500 00 
50,000 00 
14,575 53 

11 allowance for Government 



n it in lieu of lands 



11 interest on $583,021.40 



To Cash .... 

153,538 33 

1903. 




Jan. 1.. 

By \ year’s subsidy, allowance and interest, as above 

To Cash 

153,538 3 3 

153,538 33 





% 

307,076 66 

307,076 66 


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No. 17. — Province of Prince Edward Island — Subsidy Account. 


Date. 

1902. 

July 1.. 


By \ year’s subsidy on population of 109,078 
G 


iTo 


1903. 

Jan. 1.. 


Cash. 


allowance for Government . 

»t in lieu of lands 

n as additional subsidy. . 

interest on $775,791 .83 . 

„ -$782,402.33 ... 


By ^ year’s subsidy, allowance and interest, as above 
To Cash 


Dr. 


cts. 


19,560 05 
105,965 94 


105,965 94 


231,491 93 


Cr. 


$ cts. 

43,631 20 

15.000 
22,500 

25.000 
19,394 79 


105,965 94 


231,491 93 


008