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No. of Vote. 


4-5 EDWARD VII. 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4. 


A. 1905 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES 

For the Year ending June 30, 1905. 


10 


11 


CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT. 

Office of the Assistant Receiver General : — 

Halifax 

St. John 

Winnipeg 

Victoria 

Charlottetown 

Printing Dominion Notes 

Expenses in connection with the issue and redemption of 
Dominion notes 


$ cts. 


CIVIL GOVERNMENT. 


Post Office Department — Further amount required for con 
2 i tingencies . 


3 Department of the Interior — Further amount required for 
salaries and expenses of Mines Branch 


Governor General's Secretary's Office — 

Clerical assistance, notwithstanding anything in the 

Civil Service Act 

Further amount required for contingencies 


Department of Public Works — To provide for payment of 
Chief Engineer at the rate of $3,500 per annum from De- 
cember 1, 1904, to June 30, 1905 


Inland Revenue Department— Further amount required for 
contingencies 


Department oj Public Printing and Stationery — Further 
amount required for contingencies, cleaning, &c. . . 


Department of the Geological Survey— To pay Frank J. 
Nicolas as Editor of the publications, from Dec. 5, 1904, 
to June 30, 1905, at $125 per month, notwithstanding 
anything in the Civil Service Act 


Department of the Secretary of State— To pay Peter J 
O’Donnel for services as messenger from July 1 to date 
of his appointment, Nov. 8, 1904, at the rate of $500 per 
annum 


Board of Civil Service Examiners — To meet extra cost of ex- 
aminations . . 


Department of Trade and Commerce — 

Salaries, further amount required 

Contingencies, further amount required. 


$ cts. 


cts. 


300 

00 

150 

00 

500 

00 

100 

00 

200 

00 

25,000 

00 

1,800 

00 

1,000 

00 ! 

2,500 

00 1 


250 00 

2,000 00 


100 00 
50 00 


2,250 00 
58 33 
500 00 
500 00 

858 87 

170 36 
100 00 

150 00 


Carried forward. 


8,093 56 


28,050 00 


28,050 00 


4—1 


No. of Vote. 


2 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1905. 


4-5 EDWARD VII., A. 1905 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1904-5 — Continued. 


Service. 


Brought forward. 


12 


13 ; 

I 


14 'I 


15 


Cl VIL GOVERNMENT— Concluded. 

Office of the Auditor General- 

To provide for the salary of 1 chief clerk from 
June 1 to June 30. 1905, at SI, 900 per annum. . . . 
Further amount required for clerical and other assist- 
ance 

Further amount required for printing and stationery . . 

Department of Marine and Fisheries 

To pay Jules d’E. Clement the difference between the 
salary of a second class clerk at SI, 100 and that of 
a first class clerk at SI, 400 per annum for the first 
six months of fiscal year 1903-4. (Revote). ... 

To pay M. C. Doyle the difference between the salary 
of a junior second class clerk at SI, 000 and that of 
a second class clerk at SI, 100 per annum for the 

first six months of fiscal year 1903-4. (Revote) 

To pay F. H. Houde the difference between the salary 
of $500 and that of a junior second class clerk at 
$000 per annum from July 1. 1903, to December 11, 

1903. (Revote) 

Contingencies — Fuither amount required . 

Department of Finance — 

Further amount required for contingencies..; 

To provide for the appointment of a second class clerk, 
a barrister, at Si, 200 per annum to June30, 1905, not- 
withstanding anything in the Civil Service Act. . . . 

Departments generaUtt— Further amount required for clean- 
ing, &c 


cts. 


158 33 

3,000 00 
300 00 


150 00 


50 00 


44 44 

2,500 00 


1,200 00 

200 00 


16 


17 


18 


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 

Supreme Court of Canada. 

■Additional amount required for contingencies 1,000 00' 

| Additional amount required for printing and binding 

Supreme Court reports 1,000 00 


Exchequer Court of Canada. 

Additional amount required for contingencies. . . 

Miscellaneous. 

Further amount required for miscellaneous expenditure, 

including N.W.T 20,000 00 

Further amount required for travel of judges, Manitoba.. . . 1,000 00 

Further amount required for travel of judges, North west 

Territories 500 00 


19 


v i r.i 

“ » M M | M 

Additional amount required 


DOMINION POLICE. 


Carried forward . 


cts. 


cts. 


8,093 56 


3,458 33 


28,050 00 


2,744 44 


1,400 00 

2,000 00 


17,696 33 


2, COO 00 

1,000 00 


21,500 00 


21,500 CO 


2,000 00 


r2,246 33 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1905. 


3 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1904 - 5 — Continued. 


Service. 


Brought forward 

PENITENTIARIES. 


Manitoba Penitentiary. 

20 To piovide a grant to the public school at Stony Mountain, 
m lieu of school fees paid by officers of the penitentiary 
for the year 1904 


$ cts. $ cts. 


21 


Generally. 

To provide salary of W. P. Archibald as Dominion Parole 
Officer from May 1 to J une 30, 1905 


22 


LEGISLATION. 

House of Commons. 

Amount required to cover translation during recess and 
to complete translation of Summary Reports, Geological 

Survey 

To pay balance of sessional indemnity and mileage of the 
late E. F. Clarke, to be paid as the Treasury Board 

may direct 

To pay sessional indemnity of the late Hon. James Suther- 
land, to be paid as the Treasury Board may direct 

To pay sessional indemnity of the late L. J. Demers, to be 

paid as the Treasury Board may direct 

Debates— Amount required to cover expenditure for Session 

of 1904 paid during present financial year 

Committees — Additional amount required 

Stationery — Additional amount required 

Sessional clerks 

j Sessional translators 

I Expresses to Printing Bureau 

Leather trunks, 240 at $25 each 

Sergeant-at-Arms— 

Sessional messengers 

Book keepers in messengers’ room 

Pages 

Charwomen (permanent) 

Charwomen (sessional) . 

Servants 

Electric light attendant 

Contingencies— Housekeeper’s branch 

Two attendants— Reception Room 

Tradesmen and others . 

One additional messenger 10§ months at $500 per annum 


23 


24 


Senate. 

Further amount required for contingencies 

To provide for 89 leather trunks at $25 each 

Expenses of special committees, session of 1904, not pro 

vided for ^ . . 

To pay the sessional indemnity of the Hon. Senator Wark. 


Library. 


Contingencies — Further amount required. 

4 


Carried forward 

-H 


1,260 00 

1,312 00 

1,500 00 

1,500 00 

31,503 74 
2,000 00 
10,000 00 
11,700 00 
1,600 00 
700 00 
6,000 00 

13,200 00 
408 00 
3,645 00 
1,150 00 
2,400 00 
2,524 00 
105 00 
500 00 
342 00 
1,000 00 
444 44 


15,000 00 
2,250 00 

1,557 45 
1,500 00 


$ cts. 


250 00 


333 33 


72,246 33 


583 33 


94,794 18 


20,307 45 


600 00 


115,701 63 j 72,829 66 


g§ & g g ^ 8 No. of Vote. 


4 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1905. 


4-5 EDWARD VII., A. 1905 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1904-5 — Continued. 




Service. 


♦ cts. 


$ cts. 


Brought forward , . . . 

LEGISLATION — Concluded. 

General. 


115,701 63 


•f cts. 


72,829 66 


f Franchise Act — To complete cost of Voters’ Lists for elec- 
tion of 1904 

t. New edition of Electoral Atlas 


10,000 00 

3,500 00 


13,500 00 | 


ARTS, AGRICULTURE AND STATISTICS. 

Exhibitions— Further amount required 

General statistics — To increase the salary of E. H. St. Denis 
from July 1, 1904, to $2,500 per annum, notwithstand- 
ing anything in the Civil Service Act 

{Archives — Further amount required, including the salary of 
F. W. Grey, from March 1, 1905, at $75 per month, 1 

notwithstanding anything in the Civil Service Act 

For the purpose of assembling at Ottawa and nationalizing 
live stock records of the Dominion j 

QUARANTINE. 

Cattle quarantine — Further amount required 

iGrosse Isle — Amount required to pay arrears of salary to 
the following persons for April and May, 1904: G. E. 
Martineau, $125; W. W. Aylen, $62.50; Johnny 
La vaillee, $50.25 ; 

IMMIGRATION. 

Further amount required for contingencies in Canadian,! 
British and Foreign Agencies and general expenses, 
including salaries of extra clerks at Head Office .... 

To pay the widow of the late T. Lamontagne, clerk at the 
Quebec Immigration Agency, a gratuity equal to two 
months’ salary 

MILITIA-CHARGEABLE TO INCOME. 


40,000 00 
625 00 

3.000 00 | 

5.000 00 | 

40,000 00 
237 75 

I 

300,000 00 
150 00 


129,201 63 


48,625 00 


40,237 75- 


300,150 00- 


Pay and allowances — Further amount required 

Annual drill — Further amount required 

j Military stores— Further amount required 

37 Transport and freight — Further amount required 

38 Miscellaneous and unforeseen expenses — Further amount 

required 

39 Gratuity to Private H. Gibson, R.C.R 

40 Dominion arsenal--To increase the pay of Lt.-Col. F. M. 

Gaudet, Supt., to $3,200 per annum 

41 To provide for pay of troops now being enrolled for Halifax 

and Esquimalt Garrisons 

RAILWAYS AND CANALS-CHARGEABLE TO 
CAPITAL. 


85.000 00 i 
100,000 00 | 

25.000 00 I 
5,000 00 

5,000 00 
45 00 

700 00 

25,000 00 j 


Railways. 


Intercolonial Railway. 




Rolling stock 

Portable plant for boring and cutting rails 

New machinery for locomotive and car shops 

383,000 00 
465 00 
9,350 00 



Carried forward 

! 392,815 00 


836,789 04 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1905. 


5 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1904-5 — Continued. 


No. of Vote. 

Service. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 



392,815 00 


836.789 04 


RAILWAYS AND CANALS-CHARGEABLE TO 



CAPITAL— Concluded. 





Railways— Concluded. 





Intercolonial Railway — Concluded. 




r 

Improved accommodation and facilities along the line 

29.600 00 



40 J 

Additional sidings along the line 

26,100 00 




To eliminate 2 road crossings at rail level at the Cape Road 




l 

Crossing near Dorchester, N.B 

2,000 00 






450,515 00 



Prince Edward Island Railimy. 




r 

Dwelling for agent at Bloomfield 

715 00 




m i. Miscouche.. 

560 00 




Charlottetown- -Extension of railway track along water front 

7,150 00 



l 

Station at St. Theresa . 

100 00 





— 

8,525 00 



National Trans-Continental Railway. 




44 

Surveys, construction and other expenses 


290.500 00 



Canals. 




St. Lawrence River and Canals. 




45 

Reducing shoals west of Cornwall 


5,000 00 



Rapide Plat Canal. 



46 

Enlargement upper entrance 


4,200 00 



Cornwall Canal. 



47 

To pay the widow of the late T. Rubidge a gratuity equal 





to two months’ salary 


500 00 



Soulanges Canal. 




48 / 

Steel bridge at power house 

500 JO ■ 




Construction 

36,500 00 






l 37,000 00 



Welland Canal. 




49 

To deepen portions of long level 


52,000 00 



Trent Canal. 



50/i 

To complete survey 

25,000 00 



l 

! Damages by flooding 

7,000 00 | 





— 

32,000 00 



Lachine Canal. 




51 / 

Enlargement and improvements 

12,000 00 | 



t 

Slope walls 

32,000 00 1 





— 

44,000 00 





— 

924,240 00 


Carried forward 



1,761,029 04 


No. of Vote. 


6 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1905. 


4-5 EDWARD VII., A. 1905 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1904 - 5 — Continued.. 


Service. 


cts. 


Brought forward 

RAILWAYS AND CANALS-CHARGEABLE TO 
INCOME. 

Canals. 

Cornwall Canal. 

52 To purchase and fit up concreting apparatus 


Lachine Canal. 


f Underpinning wall, Basin No. 2. . 

I Widening tail-race, Cote St. Paul — To pay contractor O. 

L. Henault for extra time 

53 J Improvements to flume of Power House 

j Walls, St. Gabriel Basin No. 1 

I Lock gates, suspension 

I ITo complete paving of Mill Street 


54 | 


55 


56 ! 

I 

l 


Culvert, St. Theresa Island. 
Culvert at Deneau’s farm . . 


57 


58 


59 


60 


Chambly Canal. 


St. Ours. 


Landing wharf 


10,000 00 

514 60 

3.500 00 
12,500 00 

4.500 00 

2,200 00 


2,500 00 

2,000 00 


Trent Canal. 


Completion of work of lowering floor of lock at Peterborough j 2,500 00 

To complete new dam at Peterborough lock 2,000 00 

To pay claim of the Geo. Matthews Co. for damages to 

goods bv water 600 00 

I 

St Peter's Canal. 



Carillon and Grenville Cat a l. 


cts. 


Dredging . 


Guide piers . 


Welland Canal. 

To pay Stephen Vanderburg for time lost, injured while j 
on duty, two-thirds time, 196 days at $1.75 per day. . . 


Miscellaneous. 

Salaries of extra clerks, copyists and messengers, other 
than those who have passed the Civil Service ex-j 
amination, notwithstanding anything in the Civil Ser- 
vice Act 


Carried forward. 


cts. 


1,761,029 04 


2,400 00 


33,214 60 


4,500 00 


4,500 00 


5,100 00 


1,500 00 


1,017 00 


228 66 


1,000 00 


53,460 26 
1,814,489 30 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1905. 


7 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1904-5 — Continued. 


Service. 


cts. 


cts. 


Brought forward 

: PUBLIC WORKS-CHARGEABLE TO CAPITAL. 
Harbours awd Rivers. 

Quebec. 


cts. 


63 

64 


65 


66 


67 


Quebec Harbour improvements 

River St. Lawrence Ship Channel (Marine Department) — 
Further amount required on account of the construction 
of a dredge for improvement of the channel below 

Quebec 

To provide for permanent piers in Lake St. Peter and other 
places in the ship channel including Beaujeu Bank 
Compensation in full and final settlement of all claims to 
the heirs of the late Joseph Paul, of the hydraulic 
dredge Jos. Israel Tartc, who was accidentally killed 
by the explosion of a boiler Nov. 3, 3903 

Ontario. 

Port Arthur and Fort William — Harbour and river im- 
provements 


100,000 00 

115,000 00 

4,000 00 | 


50,000 00 


219,000 00 


26,000 00 


68 


PUBLIC WORKS — CHARGEABLE TO INCOME. 
Public Buildings. 

New Brunswick. 

Richibucto public building— Balance due contractor, &c. . . 

Ontario. 

Simcoc public pudding — To provide for interest accrued at 5 
per cent per annum on prices of lots acquired for site of 
new building,' from dates of purchase to dates of pay- 
ment 

Dominion public buildings — Improvements, renewals, re- 
pairs, &c 

London Drill Hall and Armory — Electric wiring and fix-' 
tures, grading sidewalks, &c 

Quebec. 

Montreal New Postal Station — To provide for interest at 5 
per cent accrued Sept. 30, 1904, to Jan. 15, 1905, on pur- 
chase price of Molson Bank property, St. Catherine St. 

Dominion public buildings — Improvements, renewals, re- 
pairs, &c 

Grosse Isle quarantine station — Improvements and repairs, 
supplies, &c 


1,600 00 


35 00 

3.000 00 

6.000 00 


9,035 00 


Manitoba. 

( Dominion public buildings — Improvements, renewals, re 

69-! pairs, &c 

U Winnipeg Custom House — Alterations and repairs 


70 


North-west Territories. 

Lloydminster Immigrant building (revoteof lapsed amount) 
Carried forward 


700 00 ; 

3.000 00 

8.000 00 


2,000 oo : 

2,000 00 


11,700 00 

4,000 00 
2,500 00 


28,835 00 


1,814,489 30 


295,000 00 


2,109,489 30 


No. of Vote. 


8 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1905. 


4-5 EDWARD VII., A. 1905 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1904-5 — Continued. 


Service. 

$ ets. j 

$ cts. 



28,835 00 2 

| 

PUBLICS WORKS -CHARGE ABLE TO INCOME- 


C out in ued. 



Public Buildings— Concluded. 



British Columbia. 



Dominion public buildings — Improvements, renewals, re- 


1 

pairs, &c ... 


3,000 00 

Rents, Repairs, Furniture, Heating, &c. 



4,600 00 


Ottawa public buildings, including repairs, ventilation and 


lighting, furniture, &e 

40,000 00 1 


Ottawa public buildings — Heating, including salaries of en- 



gineers, firemen and watchmen. 

18,000 00 


Ottawa public buildings— Elevator attendants. 

1,900 00 


Ottawa public buildings— Gas and electric light 

4,250 00 


Ottawa public buildings— Grounds . 

1,250 00 


Ottawa public buildings — Major’s Hill Park 

1,500 00 


Dominion public buildings — Furniture 

5,000 00 


Dominion public buildings— Rents 

10.000 00 


Dominion public building. — Fuel, &c 

13,000 00 


Dominion public buildings— Salaries of engineers, firemen, 



caretakers, &c j 

19,500 00 


Ottawa public buildings, including Rideau Hall — Removal 



of snow 

2,500 00 


Rideau Hall, including grounds— Renewals, improvements, 


furniture and maintenance. Additional amount 

8,000 00 


Dominion cattle quarantine stations — Corrals, &c 

5,000 00 


Ottawa Departmental buildings — Additional fittings for 



■ treasury vault .... 

3,000 00 



! 

137,500 00 

Harbours and Rivers. 

1 » 

' 

Nova Scotia. 



Port Hawkesbury Wharf— Additional amount 

700 00 


Sandy Cove Breakwater — Revote of lapsed amount to com- 



plete payments, &c 

1.000 00 


Fort Lawrence Landing Pier — To compete payments 

2,800 00 


L’Ardoise— Extension of breakwater up to shore 

750 00 


Porter’s Lake — Channel 

300 00 


Cribbin’s Point Wharf — Repairs . . 

360 00 


Margaree Harbour — Improvements 

250 00 

l 


— 

6,160 00 

New Brunstcick. 



Upper Salmon River (Alma pier) — To complete payments 



for extension — Revote of lapsed amount 

470 00 


Campobello (Wilson’s Beach) Breakwater 

700 00 

1 



1,170 00 

Quebec. 



Riviere du Lievre Reconstruction of dam at Little Rapids 

3.800 00 


Sorel— Ice piers in River St. Lawrence on west side of mouth 



of River Richelieu — Revote of $750 lapsed . 

3,000 00 


Carried forward . 

6,800 00 

i 176,665 00 2 


71 


2,814,489 30 


No. of Vote. 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1905. 


9 


SESSIONAL PAPES No. 4 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1904-5 — Continued. 


Service. 


Brought forward 


76 


PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO INCOME Cbn. 
Harbours and Rivers— Concluded. 

Quebec — Concluded. 

Ste. Anne de Sorel ice piers — To complete 

Petites Bergeronnes Harbour— Removal of rocks from river 

channel, &c . 

Trois Pistoles Breakwater— Re vote of lapsed balance . . 

River Maskinonge — Dredging 

River Chateauguay — Dredging — Revote of lapsed amount 

Doucet’s Landing — Dredging 

jRiviere du Loup (en haut)— Dredging 

Riviere St. Maurice— Dredging at mouth, including Eastern 

channel . . i . . : ....... 

River Yamaska— Dredging 

Montmorency— Wharf improvements 

Pierreville— Wharf 

St. Andre de Kamouraska Wharf — Extension and repairs. . 

Magog Wharf — Renewals and repairs 

Harbours, Rivers and Bridges— General re pail's and im- 
provements 

I St. Alphonse de Bagotville Wharf — Repairs, &c 


Ontario. 

Burleigh Falls— Wharf at head of Stony Lake To complete 

Point Edward— Dredging 

Blind River — Dredging 

| Barry’s Bay Wharf— Madawaska River — To complete pay- 
ments 

Grand River— Dredging at mouth, &c 

■ I Collingwood Harbour— Improvements 

I Whitby Harbour — Dredging 

| Sault Ste. Marie— Harbour improvements, including dredg- 
ing of approaches — Balances due on contract work, &c. 

Owen Sound Harbour — Dredging, &c 

LHtle Current — Improv ement of northern steamboat chan 

nel in Georgian Bay 

River Otonabee— Dredging at Peterborough ... 

Haileybury Wharf — Lake Temiskaming 

Honora Wharf — Revoteof lapsed amount 

Midland Harbour — Improvement (wharves and dredging). 
Georgian Bay and Pointe au Baril Route — Improvement of 
tlie Devil’s Elbow channel between Parry Sound and 
I Kilarney 


$ cts. $ cts.j $ cts. 


6,800 00 


British Columbia. 


f North Thomson River — Improvements 

I Ladysmith — Wharf and approach 

I j Williams Head Quarantine Station— Improvements andj 

77 U repairs 

| Victoria Harbour 

| Harbours, Rivers and Bridges — General repairs and improve 
l ments 


l,80o 

00 

450 

00 1 

800 

00 

3,800 

00 

1,850 

00 

8,000 

00 

1,800 

00 

11,200 

00 

2,200 

00 

2,500 

00 

3,000 

oo ! 

461 

oo : 

750 

00 1 

10,000 

00 I 

1,000 

00 

250 

00 

14,100 

00 

4,200 

00 

256 

00 

6,500 

00 

50,000 

00 

4,050 

00 

25,000 

00 ! 

6,000 

00 

16,000 

00 

1,200 

00 

3,000 

00 1 

800 

00 1 

3,100 

00 

750 

00 

2,500 

00 

4,000 

00 

1,500 

00 

2.000 

00 

1,500 

00 


Carried forward 


176,665 00 2,109,489 30 


56,411 00 


135,206 00 


11,500 00 
379,782 00 i 2,109,489_30 


No. of Vote. 


10 SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES , 1905. 

4-5 EDV^ARD VII., A. 1905 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1904-5 — Continued. 


Service. 


Brought forward . 


$ cts . 


PUBLIC WORKS- 


CHARGEABLE TO INCOME- 

Cuntinued . 


78 


79 


Roads ani j Bridges. 

Ottawa City bridges over the River Ottawa, the slides and | 
the Rideau Canal and approaches thereto, ordinary 
repairs and maintenance 

Dredging. 

Dredge vessel repairs 25,000 00 

Dredging generally — Additional amount 1,000 00 

New dredge for Prince Edward Island 15,000 00 

New dredging plant — Maritime Provinces 160,000 00 

New dredging plant — British Columbia — New snag boat to 


J replace Sa mson . 


80 


81 


82 


Telegraph Lines. 

Quebec Mainland. 

North Shore St. Lawrence Bersimis-Godbout land line. . . 
Maritime Provinces. 

[Telegraph line St. Peter’s to Louisbourg, Scatari Island, 
Gabarus and North Sydney — To pay contractors for 
extra work performed, &c.— Revote of lapsed amount. . 

North-ioest Territories. 

Qu’Appelle- Edmonton section — New telegraph office build- 
ing at Humboldt — To complete 

Qu'Appelle-Edmonton and Moosejaw-Wood Mountain 
sections — Purchase and transportation of poles required 
for part renewals 


British Columbia. 

Ashcroft-Barkerville line — To pay balance of contract — 

Revote of lapsed amount 

i Telegraphic communication between Okanagan Landing 

83 (Vernon) and Kelowna — To complete 

I Kamloops-Penticton telegraph line via Lower Nicola, 
Granite Creek, Princeton, Hedley, Keremos and Fair- 
l view — To complete equipment, &c 


15,000 00 

5,300 00 

1,400 00 

800 00 

4.500 00 j 

5,513 38 | 

1,000 00 i 

2.500 00 


$ cts . 


$ cts. 


379,782 00 ! 2,109,489 30> 


2,500 00 j 


216,000 00 


Miscellaneous. 

f Gratuity equal to two months' salary to the widow of the 


late A. R. Parent, clerk in the Secretary’s Branch of 

the Public Works Department 

Gratuity equal to two months salary to the widow of the 
late Joseph Loiseau, caretaker, &c., Montreal examining 

warehouse 

Gratuity equal to two months’ salary to the widow of the 
late Jos. H. Rouleau, draughtsman in the Chief Archi- 
tects Branch of the Public Works Department 


Carried forward, 


137 25 


100 00 


122 0C 


359 25 


21,013 38 


619,295 38 2,109,489 30 


No. of Vote. 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES , 1905. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1904-5 — Continued. 


11 


Service. 


Brought forward. 




85 


PUBLIC WORKS 


CHARGEABLE TO INCOME— 
Concluded. 


$ CtS. 


359 25 


Miscellaneous— Concluded. 

Gratuity equal to two months’ salary to the widow of the 
late David Scott, accountant, Ottawa River Works. . . 
Gratuity equal to two months’ salary to the widow of the 
late C. A. Day, resident engineer at Chatham, N.B. . . . 
Gratuity equal to two months’ salary to the family of the 
late John Murray, engineer on tug Princess , in British 

Columbia 

Gratuity equal to two months’ salary to the widow of the 
late ,J. W. Fraser, civil engineer of the Chief Engineer’s 

Staff of the Public Works Department 

Gratuity equal to two months’ salary to the widow of the 
late P. Savard, clerk in the Secretary’s Branch of the 

Public Works Department 

Gratuity equal to two months’ salary to the widow of the 

late Wm. O’Keefe, of the Mechanical Staff 

Deep Waterways Commission, including payments author- 
ized notwithstanding anything in the Civil Service Act. i 
Chief Engineer’s Office— Salaries of engineers, draughtsmen, 
clerks and messengers, notwithstanding anything in the 

Civil Service Act 

Surveys and inspections 


250 00 
300 00 

140 00 

333 33' 

152 00 
05 00 
7,000 00 


11,000 00 

10,000 00 


MAIL SUBSIDIES AND STEAMSHIP SUBVEN- 
TIONS. 

Further amount required for steam communication between 
St. John, Halifax and Yarmouth . 




OCEAN AND RIVER SERVICE. 

Further amount required for maintenance and repairs to 

Dominion Stpamers and, Ice Breakers 

To provide for the construction of new boilers and repairs 

to hull of steamer A berdeen 

Further amount required for investigations into wrecks. . . . 
To pay Capt. James Harrison, master of ss. Grecian, an 
allowance for expenses incurred by him in connection 
with the investigation into the stranding of the ship in 

Halifax Harbour on February 19, 1902 

Registration of Shipping — To pay salary (at rate of $200 
per annum) to Mr. Abraham Shaw, Insi>ector of Cus-i 
toms, as Instructor of Measuring Surveyors of Shipping, 

. in the Province of Ontario, from November 16 to June 

30, 1904 

Further amount required for winter mail service 

Further amount required for the extension of the coast 
service and surveys on the north and north-west coasts 

of Canada 

To pay honorarium to Mr. A. P. Low for his services as 
commander of the expedition to the north and north- 
west coasts of Canada 


$ ets. 


$ cts. 


619,295 38 2,109,489 30 


29,599 58 


648,894 96 


521 80 


75.000 00 

17.000 00 

2,000 00 


Carried forward , 


750 00 


125 00 
3,000 00 


65,000 00 

1,000 00 


1 163,875 00 
1 2, 922, 781 06 


No. of Vote. 


12 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1905 . 


4-5 EDWARD VII., A. 1905 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1904-5 — Continued. 


Service. 


87 ■{ 


Brought forward ... 

LIGHTHOUSE AND COAST SERVICE. 

f Further amount required for maintenance and repairs to 

lighthouses 

Further amount required for construction of lighthouses and 

aids to navigation 

To provide for repairs to lighthouse steamer Scout and for 

expenses on buoy service 

To pay expenses incurred in extending na vigation till Decern 
ber 15, 1904, maintaining all necessary lights and fog! 
alarms in operation, keeping the harbours of Fort 
William and Port Arthur open, removing keepers after! 

the above date | 

To pay gratuity, equal to 2 months’ salary, to the widow of; 
Patrick Steven^ who was for 48 years an employee of 
the department at Quebec 


$ cts. 


88 


89 


SICENTIFIC INSTITUTIONS AND HYDRO- 
GRAPHIC SURVEYS. 

Further amount required for hydrographic surveys for the 
River St. Lawrence below Quebec and Pacific Coast. . . 


STEAMBOAT INSPECTION. 

To pay to the widow of Douglas Stevens, late Inspector 
of Dominion Steamers and Fog-alarms, a gratuity equal 
to two months’ salary 


MARINE HOSPITALS. 

DO Further grant to St. John, N.B., Fernhill Cemetery, to 
provide for the putting in order and for the perjietual 
card of the seamen’s lots . \ 


DM 


FISHERIES. 

Fisheries Protection Service —Further amount required to 
provide new boilers and repairs to the hull of F. P. 

Cruiser Petrel 

To pay honorarium to R. N. Venning, Chief Clerk of the 
Fisheries, for special services in connection with the 
Russian Seizures, as per Order in Council, Dec mi ber 
28, 1904, notwithstanding anything in the Civil Service 

Act . . 

To pay Customs and other officers for compiling and for- 
warding daily reports in connection with the Fisheries 

Intelligence Bureau for season 1904 

To pay Collectors of Customs for services in connection with 
the issuing of fishing licenses to United States fishing 

vessels in 1904, equal to 5 p.c. of the collections 

Further amount required for salaries and disbursements of 

Fishery Inspectors, Overseers and Guardians 

Further amount required for the building and maintenance 

of Fish Breeding establishments 

Further amount required to pay persons employed in thej 
Department of Marine and Fisheries for services in con-! 
nection with the distribution of the Fishing Bounty, i 
notwithstanding anything in the Civil Service Act ! 


* cts. 


$ cts. 


2,922,781 00 


75.000 00 
581,500 00 

21.000 00 

I 

| 15,000 00 

90 00 


Carried forward . 


17.000 00 

500 00 
225 00 

460 27 

20.000 00 
10,000 00 

600 00 


692,590 00 


30,000 00 


250 00 


1,000 00 


48,785 27 


3,695,406 33 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1905. 


13 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1904-5 — Continued. 


Service. 


Brought forward 

NORTH-WEST MOUNTED POLICE. 


92 To pay the widow of the late Inspector H. S. Casey, a sum 
equal to three months’ pay for every two years’ service 
of her late husband, who died from exposure while in 
the performance of his duty 


$ cts. 


GOVERNMENT OE THE NORTH-WEST TERRI- 
TORIES. 


93 Further amount required for insane patients. 


DOMINION LANDS— CHARGE ARLE TO CAPITAL. 

94 Further amount required for surveys, examination of sur- 
| vey returns, printing of plans, &c 


DOMINION LANDS-CHARGEABLE TO INCOME. 


95 | 


Further amount required for contingencies, & c 

Further amount required for salaries of the outside service. 
Further amount required for members of the Board of Ex- 
aminers of Dominion Land Surveyors, including contin- 
gent expenses of board (The authority required by the 
Civil Service Act is hereby given for payment out of this 
sum such amounts as may be required to pay for service 
of members of the Civil service) 


96 

97 

98 


99 

100 


101 

102 


103 


104 

105 


MISCELLANEOUS. 

Canada Gazette— Further amount required 

Miscellaneous printing — Further amount required 

Commutation in lieu of remission of duties on articles 
imported for the use of the army and navy — Further 

amount required 

Contribution to Canadian Law Library, London, England. 
Payments for legal services re legislation respecting Sunday 
Observance— 

R. U. McPherson 

.T. A. Patterson, K.C 


•*$ cts. i 


For legal expenses 

Further amount required for maintenance, construction of 
roads and bridges and other necessary works in con- 
nection with the Hot Springs Reservation, near Banff, 

N.VV.T 

Further amount required for engraving, lithographing and 
printing maps of the Dominion and the North-west 

Territories. . 

To recoup the North-west Mounted Police for relief to 

distressed half-breeds 

To pay Dame Annie Howe, widow of the late Mpses Foley, 
a gratuity equal to two months' salary 


Carried forward 


1,362 04 
95 35 


12,000 

00 

10,000 

00 

450 

00 

1,000 

00 

12,000 

00 

500 

00 

250 

00 

1,457 

39 

1,800 

00 

7,000 

00 

16,200 

00 

500 

00 

83 

32 


$ cts. 
3,695,406 33 

2,125 00 

12.000 00 

40,000 00 


22,450 00 


40,790 71 
3,812,772 04 


14 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1905. 


4-5 EDWARD VII., A. 1905 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1904-5 — Continued. 


Service. 


$ cts. $ cts. $ cts. 


106 


Brought for wai’d 

CUSTOMS. 

f Gratuity to Mr. Jeffery Foot, ex-Tide Waiter at the Port 
of Halifax, N.S., of three months’ pay for every 2 years' 
service, he having been permanently injured on the 22nd 
January, 1903, while in the discharge of his official duties, 

(9 years’ service, salary $500 per annum) . . . 

Gratuity of £wo months’ salary to the widow of the late Mr. 
H. B. Shadwell, in his life time acting Collector of Customs 

at the Port of Whitehorse, Y ukon ... 

Gratuity of two months’ salary to the widow of the late 
John Turner, in hie lifetime acting Sub-Collector of Cus- 
toms at the Outport of Caribou Crossing 

Additional amount required to meet expenditure in the 
Yukon Territory 


107 


108 


EXCISE. 

Contingencies —further amount required for travelling ex 
penses, rent, fuel and stationery, &c ... 

INSPECTION OF STAPLES. 

Further amount required on account of wages and con-| 
tingencies 


RAILWAYS AND CANALS-CHARGEABLE TO 
COLLECTION OF REVENUE. 


Railways. 

I ntercolonia’ Railway. 

109 Working expenses 

Prince Edward Island Raihcay.. 

110 Working expenses 

Canals. 

Lachine Canal. 


Ill 


112 


500 00 

233 33 

200 00 
2,500 00 


Repairs 

To pay P. Furlong, who was injured while on duty, for two- 

thirds of time lost, and for medical attendance 

To pay P. Bowden, who was injured while on duty, for two- 
thirds of time lost, and for medical attendance 


10,205 00 
34 00 
26 00 


Ste. Anne's Lock. 


Repairs 
113 Repairs. 
Repairs. 


Beauharnois Canal. 


114 


St. Peter's Canal. 


Carried forward. 


2,000,000 00 

60,000 00 


3,812,772 04 


3.433 33 


3,000 00 


7,500 00 


10,265 00 
1,900 00 

4,000 00 i 


500 00 j 

. 2,076,665 00 3,826,705 37 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1905. 


15 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1904-5 — Continued. 


Service. 


$ cts. 


$ cts 


$ eta. 


Brought forward 2,076,665 00 5,826,705 37 

RAILWAYS AND CANALS— CHARGEABLE TO 
COLLECTION OF REVENUE— c oncluded. 


115 


116 


117 


118 


Repairs . 


Rideau Canal. 

Far van's Point Canal. 


To complete the acetyline gas plant 

Welland Canal. 

To lower head of Lock No. 1, new Canal . 


Carillon and Grenville Canal. 

To pay W. Robert, who was injured while on duty, for two- 


thirds of time lost, and medical attendance. 


19 j 


PUBLIC WORKS-CHARGEABLE TO COLLEC- 
TION OF REVENUE. 

Telegraph Lines. 

j Land and cable telegraph lines, lower St. Lawrence and 
Maritime Provinces, including working expenses of 

vessels required for cable service, &c 

Telegraph lines North-west Territories, additional amount 

required for working expenses , . j 

Telegraph lines Yukon Territory, Ashcroft-Dawson line 

and branches 

Telegraph lines Prince Edward Island and Mainland 
Improved telegraph service in Prince Edward Island. . . 
To pay J. C. Tache for special services as district superin- 
tendent of telegraphs at Chicoutimi from January 1 to 
June 30, 1905 


120 


121 


TRADE AND COMMERCE. 

To pay the family of the late James G. Jardine an amount 
equal to two months’ salary, as a gratuity for his services 
as Canadian agent in South Africa to be paid as the 
Treasury Board may direct 

POST OFFICE. 

Comp°ssionate allowance for the family of the late Mr. 
Patrick Gallery, letter carrier at Montreal, who was 
accidently killed whilst on duty, January 25, 1905, the 
amount to be applied for the benefit of his widow and 
children in such manner as may be determined by' the 

Treasury Board , 

To complete pavments for mail service for year ending June 

30,1905. 

To provide for the salary of A. W. ' Cairns, post office 
inspector, moved from Winnipeg to the North-west 
Territories, at the rate of $2,000 a year from April 1,1 
1905 ! 


Carried forward 


5,300 00 


300 00 


10,000 00 ! 


QQ Ki| | 

, 2,092,298 50 


20,000 00 
11,000 00 
43,000 00 
3,637 00 

150 00 


77,787 00 


500 00 


1,000 00 
100,000 00 

500 00 


101,500 00 


6,098,790 87 


No. of Vote. 


16 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1905. 


4-5 EDWARD VII., A. 1905 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1904-5 — Continued. 



Service. 


Brought forward. 

UNPROVIDED ITEMS, 1903-4. 

122 To cover unprovided items, 1903-4, as per Auditor General’s 
Report, page C— 4 


SUMMARY. 

Chargeable to Consolidated Fund 

ii Capital 

Unprovided items 

Total 


* 


cts. •$ 


cts. 


* cts. 


.% 098,790 87 




280,551 40 


6,379,342 27 


4,839,550 67 
1,259,240 00 
280,551 40 


6,379,342 27