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iiUPPLEilETARY ESTIUATES, ISl'i 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 

SUPPLEMEXTARY ESTIMATES FOR THE YeaR ENDING MaRlH 3], 1914. 



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St-rvice. 



8 ctB. 



$ cts. 



Croiight forward 002,410 89 



, P(JST UFFICK OUTSIDE SEHXICE- Comludid. ^ 

! Mail Service. t 

f Ordinary land service, including rural mail delivt-ry — Fur- 

I ther amount rtquired ... i 2I.5,0im) h i 

4G7 1 For mail bags ; | 2.5,0.0" i 00 

i ^For railways on account of new rate.s 13.">.00"l ijO 

\ iMail .service bj' steamboats— Further amount required . . 1. !0 i hO 



MiSCELLAXEOLS. 

4G8 Printing and advertising — Further amount required . 

TRADE AND COMMERCE. 

4tj9 'Salaries of Conimis.sioners and Officers and other employees 
rents, day wage..* and cuntingencie.^ under the Inspection 
and Sale and Canada Grain Acts — Furthei ann>':ii' 
required 

470 Statistical Vear Book — Further amount required 

UNPROVIDED ITEMS 11112-13. 

471 |to cover unprovided items 1912-1.3, as per Auditor (ieneralsl 
Repori. Part B, page 4 ' 



3;6,400 00 



L'.'),000 00 



":>,OtK) 00 

4,000 00 



RECAPrrrLATIoy. 

Chargeable to Consolidated Fund ■* 3,194,464 19 

Capital... 49,613 511 

Unprovided items, 1912-13 ... 12,958 30 



$ 3.257,036 05 



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SESSIONAL PAPER Na. 



A. 1914 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES 



FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING MARCH 31, 1915. 



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Service 



472 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT. 

Governor GeneraVs Secretary's O^ce — 

Contingencies — Further amount required . 



Privy Coxuvil Office — 
I : To provide for one clerkship in Second Division, Sub- 

473-1 I division A 

j I Contingencies — 

I Sundries — Further amount required 



Department of Justice^ inelnding Penitentiary Branch — 

To provide for a clerkship in First Division, Subdivi- 
sion A, in lieu of one in Subdivision B. ... 

To pro\nde for a clerkship in Second DiWsion, Sub- 
division A, in lieu of one in Subdivision B 

To provide for a clerkship in Third Division, Sub- 
division A 

To provide for a clerkship in Third Division, Sub- 
division .4, in lieu of one in Third Division, Sub- 
division B 

To provide for a clerkship in third Division, Subdivi- 
sion B 

To provide an additional amount for clerkship in Third 
Division, Subdivision B, at 8600 

Supreme Court of Canada — 

To provide for a clerkship in First Division, Sub- 
division B, in lieu of one in Second Division, 
Subdivision A 

Exchequer Court of Canada — 

To provide for a clerkship in Third Division, Sub 
division B 



474 -j 



475 



476 



Department of Militia and Defence — 

To provide for four clerkships in Third Division, Sub 

division B 

Contingencies — 

Sundries — Further amount required 



Department of Public Printing and Stationery— ■ 

To provide for one clerkship in First Division, Sub- 
division B, in lieu of one in Second Division, Sub- 
division A . . . 



477 Department of Indian Affairs — 

To provide for two promotions from Second Division, 
Subdivision A to First Division, Subdivision B.. . . 



478 



Royal Iforthweat Mounted Police — 
Contingencies — 

Travelling expenses 



Carried forward . 



$ cts. 



1,600 00 
1,500 00 



$ cts. 



100 00 
400 00 
900 00 

400 00 
750 00 
100 00 

500 00 
800 00 



2,000 00 
5,000 00 



30,000 00 



3,100 00 



3,9.50 00 



',000 00 



300 00 



525 00 



600 00 



45,475 00 



$ cts. 



4—1 



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480 -i 



481-1 



482 



483- 



Brought forward . 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT-Con«i7iuc(i. 

Department of Finanrc and Trcasurii Board — 

To transfer from Customs Department R. W. Breadner, 

Tariff Officer, First Division, Sulxiivision A 

To provide for two clerkships in Third Division, Sub- 
division A 



$ cts. 



Department of Customs — 
Contingencies — 

Prmting and Stationery — Further amount required 
Sundries — Further amount required 



4,.500 (XI 
1,800 00 



Department of Inhmd Revenue — 

To provide for one clerkbhip in Second Division, Sub 

division .-^ 

Laboratory Branch — 

To provide for the promotion of five clerks, from the 
Second Division, Subdivision A to First Division, 

Subdivision B 

To provide for the appointment of two Assistant Analysts 
to Second Division, Subdivision B at ?1,300 per 

annum, each, 

Electrical Branch — 

To provide for one clerkship in Second Division, 

Subdivision A 

Contingencies — 

Travelling expenses 

Department of AtiriciUture — 

To provide for eight clerkships in Third Division, Sub- 
division B 



484 



4R'. 



DepartvietU of Public Works — 

To provide for the appointment of a Chief Architect. . . 
To iirovide for four clerks in the Second Division, Sub- 
division B 

To provide for ten clerks in Third Division, Subdivision 

B 

To provide for five Messengers 

DcparliMnt of Minrs — 
Mines Branch :— 

To provide for one clerkship in First Division, Sub- 
division B 

To provide for seven clerkships in Second Divisiim, 
Sulidivision A : 1 at .?1,»S7..50 ; 1 at $1,975 ; 1 

at Sl,7;<7 .50; and 4 at Sl,600 

Geological Survey Branch — 

To apjmint Mrs. Florence F. Forsay, clerk in Third 
Division, Subdivision B, from February 14, 1014, 

at 8700 

Contingencies- Sundries 

Poft Officr Department — 

The two .\HsiHtant Superintendents of the Money Order 
Brunch lit-reby promoted from Subdivision A of tile 
Second Division to Subdivision B of the First 
I-)ivision 



To provide for fourut-n clerkships in Subdivision A of 
the Second Division 



Carried forward . 



3,400 00 
1,600 00 



1,600 00 

1,750 00 

2,600 00 

1,600 00 
3,000 00 



7,000 00 

3,200 00 

5,000 00 
2,500 00 



2,100 00 
12,100 00 



787 50 
3,000 00 



4,200 00 
22,100 00 



26,600 00 



$ cts. 



45,475 00 



$ cts. 



6,300 00 



5,000 00 



10,550 00 
4,000 00 



17,700 00 



17,987 60 



107,012 50 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 

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CIVIL GOVERNMENT-Co7K?i«/e(i. 

Post Office Department — Concluded. 

To provide for fifteen clerkships in Subdivision A of the 

Third Division 

To provide for 18 additional sorters 



Department oi Labour — 

To provide for two clerkships in Third Division, Sub- 
division B 



26,600 00 



13,500 00 
9,000 00 



487 



488 



489 



490 



Department of Insura nce — 

To provide for one clerkship in Second Division, Sub- 
division B 

To provide an additional amount for one clerk in Third 

Division, Subdivision B 

Contingencies — 

To provide for the valuation of all securities held in 
Canada by Insurance Companies licensed by 
this Department 



Department of External Affairs — 

To provide for one clerkship in Third Division, Sub- 
division b 



Office of the Conservation t'otnmission — 

To provide for one clerkship in First Div-ision, Sub- 
division B 



ADMINISTRATION OF .JUSTICE. 

To remunerate Judge J. W. Elliot for services as Deputy 
Judge of Halton County from October 5, 1913, to March 
9, 1914 



491 



192- 



493 •{ 



DOMINION POLICE. 
To pay retiring gratuity to Sergeant A. Nininger. 

PENITENTIARIES. 



St. Vincent de Paul— Further amount required . 
British Columbia — Further amount required . . . 



1,000 00 
200 00 



8,000 00 



107,012 50 



49,100 00 



1,000 00 



LEGISLATION. 
Senate. 

To provide for payment of the full sessional indemnity to 
members of the Senate— days lost through absence 
caused by illness during the present session — Not- 
withstanding anything to the contrary in chapter 10 of 
the Revised Statutes of An Act respecting the 6enaie and 
Bouse of Commons, or any amendments thereto — Pay- 
ment to be made as Treasury Board may direct 



9,200 00 
800 00 

2,100 00 



25,000 00 
20,000 00 



Carried forward. 



5,000 00 



5,000 00 



169,212 ."jo 



1,285 OO 



1,-182 75 



45,000 00 



216,980 25- 



4-U 



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Brought forward . 



494-1 



LE(ilSLATION— foiitiiiued. 

House of Commons. 

To provide for payment of the full sesnional indemnity of 
members of the House of Commons -days lost through 
absence caused by illness or public business during the 
present session including an amount of SI, 190 to the 
estate of the late .1. P. Brown, M.P., fur absence during 
the Session of 1912- 13— Notwithstanding anything to 
the contrary in chapter 10 of the Revised Statutes, An 
Act resfieclinij the Senate and House of Commons, or any 
amendments thereto— Payment to be made as the 

Treasury Board may direct ... 

To provide for one clerkship in First Division, Subdivision 

B, of the Law Brivnch 

To provide for salary of an additional translator on the 

Debates Staff in Second Division, Subdivision A. . . 
To provide for salary of a revi.ser of translation on the 
Debates Translation Staff in Second Division, Subdivi 

sion A. ■ 

To provide for the salaries of two additional translators on 
the Blue Book Staff in Second Division, Subdivision A 
To provide for increase in salary to the clerk of the com 
mittee on Agriculture and Colonization, and Sujwrin 

tendent of the printing of Sessional Pajiers 

Sessional clerks— Further amount required 

Two expre,sees between House and Government printing 

oHice — Further amount required. . . 

Postage, telegrams and teleplioues — Further amount re 
quired 



Sergeant-atarias— 

Sessional nies.senger9. including three doorkeepers— Fur 

ther amount required 

Servants— Bathrooms, washrooms, &c.— Further 

amount required 

Pages— Further amount required 

Additional charwomen during session — Further 

amount required 

Attendant at electric light— Further amount required 
Bo<jk keeiHTB in messengers' room— Further amount 

required 

Attendant in Ladies Waiting Room— Further 

amount required •••• 

Permanent messenger, apiHjintment of— Further 

.'imount required 

To provide for the ap|K)intinent of a chief charwoman 
To provide for three additional servants : 1 at 850 per 
month ; 1 at $3 [x-r diem ; ) at S'J.GO i>er diem 

Further amount required 

To increase the salary of the .Steward of the joint 
restaurant 



8 cts. 



Liiviniiv OK Paiu.iamknt. 

f To provide for one eierk in Second Division, Subdivision B. 
49.') -; To provide for one clerk in Third Division. Subdivision A. . 



Contingencies— Further amount refpiired 

I 



Carried forward . 



28,9S5 00 
2,100 00 
1,800 00 

1,800 oe 
3,200 00 

30« 00 

8, .".80 00 

420 00 
500 00 



9,795 00 

825 00 
2,100 00 

2,280 CO 
75 00 

420 00 

(iO 00 

200 00 
600 00 



1,505 00 
300 00 



1,800 00 
1,200 00 
864 00 



$ cts. 



5,000 00 



$ cts. 



216,980 25 



65,815 00 



3,364 00 



74,179 00 



216,980 25 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1915 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year ending March 31, 1915. 



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LEGISLATION^ -Concluded. 

(iENEBAL. 

Printing, printing paper and binding- -Further amount re 
quired 



S cts. 



ARTS AXD AGRICULTURE. 



Patent Office — For purchase of equipment and supplies. . . . i 
For the administration and enforcement of the Meat and I 
Canned Foods Act — Further auiount required I 



IMMIGRATION. 

Amount required for seed grain to settlers on unpatented! 
lands in the Provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and 
Alberta 



PENSIONS. 

To increase the pension of Mrs. ^Margaret Johnson Brooke, 

from 75 cents to .^1.25 per diem 

To provide for the payment cf a pension to Mrs Mary E. 
Fuller, on account of services of Simon J. liawson, 
negotiating with the Indian Tribes in the Lake of the 
Woods District, 1869-1.S73 



MILITIA AND DEFENCE. 



Clothing — Further amount required 

Contingencies — Further amount required 

Customs Dues — Required to reimburse Militia Corps 
amounts paid out by them for duty on uniforms im- 
ported 

Engineer Services and Works : — 

For new Buildings, Dominion Arsenal, Quebec 

To complete Conuaught Riflt Range — Further amount 

required ■ - 

To complete construction of Armouries undertaken in 

1913-11— Further amount required 

Halifax Defences 

Grants to Associations — Further amount required 

Maintenance Military Properties — Further amount re- 
quired 

Royal Military College — Further amount required 

Salaries and Wages— Further amount required 

Schools of Instruction — Further amount required 

Petewawa — Amount required to pay claim Pembroke 
Lumber Co 



Carried forward 1,240,623 75 



S cts. 



74, 179 00 



150,000 00 



7,000 00 
15,000 00 



182 50 



600 00 



60,000 00 
15,000 00 



25,000 


00 


50,000 


00 


218,000 


00 


103,000 


00 


70,000 


00 


2,000 


00 


8,500 


00 


7,600 


00 


20,000 


00 


40,00(J 


00 


122,582 


00 



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Brought forward . 



RAILWAYS AND CANALS— CHARGEABLE 
CAPITAL. 



TO 



S Ct8. 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



1,240,623 75 



Railw.4ts. 



513 -i 



Towards the construction ot a railway to connect Montreal 
vith the National Transcontinental Railway 



Intercolonial Raihvay, 

Halifax — Raise (Train conveyor from elevator to No. 3 Pier 
Installation of block system in connection with operation of 

0.\ford Junction to Truro 

Moncton — Locomotive and ear shops, with equipment — 

Further amount required 

Permanent wiring of engine houses 

Pintsch Uas equipment for charging cars 

Power Plants — Further amount required . . . 

Rolling Stock — Further amoimt required. . . 

Surveys and Inspections — Further amount required 

. Trenton — Increased facilities , 



10,000 00 

130,000 00 

100,000 00 
3,800 00 
19,800 00 
35,000 00 i 
1,520,000 00 I 
52,000 00 
16,500 00 



1,000,000 00 



Prince Edward Island Railway. 

To provide car ferry, construct terminals and necessary 
connections— Refund of security dejwsited by the Hali- 
fax Dredging Company, Limited, on tender for carl 
ferry terminals at Carleton Point, Prince Edward 
Island ... 

National Transcontinental Railway. 

Construction- Further amount required. 

Quebec Bridge. 

Construction — Further amount required 

Wclland Sh ip Canal. 
Construction — Further amount required 



Canals— Capital. 
Comtcall Catuil. 
Purchase of L. A. Ross pn )|H-rty for storage purposes . 

Itideau Canal. 



Towards construction of bridge over Rideau Canal at 
Pretoria Avenue, Ottawa ,. 



Soulanyrt Canal, 

520 Stop Logs, Lixk No. 6— Revote 

Carried forward 



3,.50O 00 



40,(m Ou 



2,600 00 



1,887,100 00 

39,975 00 
1,000,000 00 
1,000,000 00 
1,000,000 00 



46,100 00 '6,927,07.". 00 



1,240,623 7.') 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1915 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 

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521 



522 



523 1 



524 



525 



526 



527 { 



528 



529 



529a 



Service. 



Brought forward . 



RAILWAYS AND CANALS-CHARGEABLE TO 
• CAPITAL.— Concluded. 

Canals— Capital — Conchidsd. 

Trent Canal. 

Further contribution to the County of Hastings towards the 
cost of construction of bridge over Trent River at 
Frankford 



Wcltand Canal. 
Towards the construction of high level bridge over canal . . . 



RAILWAYS AND CANALS— CHARGEABLE TO 
INCOME. 



Canals. 

Chamblp Canal. 

Towards construction of three small bridges. 
Macadamizing road 



Cannmll Caiml. 
To pay claim of Ottawa and New York Railway Company. 
Lachine Canal. 

St. Gabriel Shed No. 1 

Quebec Canals. 

Refund of security deiMsit to Co?sette & Company on their 
contract for concrete facing for dam at Valley6eld, with 
interest to June 1, 1914 



Rideau Canal. 

Renewing swing bridge — Smith's Falls — Revote. 
Improving banks — Canal at Ottawa 



St. Anne Lock. 
Renewing top of centre pier, upper entrance. 

SoulangtS Canal. 
Bridge over entrance basin No. 1 



Miscellaneous. 



Investigations under the Inquiries Act 

To pay expenses in connection with consolidation of Rail- 
way Act. — Further amount required 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



46,100 00 



$ cts. 



5,927,075 00 



2,540 00 



50,000 00 



700 00 
15,000 00 



3,812 59 



25,000 00 



1,623 59 



12,000 00 
50,000 00 



4,000 00 



975 00 



2,000 00 
1,000 00 



98,640 00 



113,111 18 



3,000 00 



S cts. 



1,240,623 75 



6,025,715 00 



116,111 18 



■,382,449 93 



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S cts 



PUBLIC WORKS-CHARGEABLE TO CAPITAL. 

Pdblic Blildinus. 

Ottawa — Eastern Departmental Block — Further amount 

required 

Ottawa — Archives building extension 



Harbours and Rivers. 

Port Arthur and Fort William — Harbour and river im- 

pro\ einents— Further auiount refjuired 

Quebec Harbour — Improvements 



PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO INCOME. 
Public Buildings. 
Nora Scotia. 



Amherst— New jiost office — Revote .SlD,0(iO 

Halifax — Customs h.iuse and Post Office buildings — To pay 
Contractor's claim inclusive of interest at 6 jier cent.. . 

Hantsport— Public building— Revote S4,00O 

Mahone Baj'- Public building 

Port Hawkesbury — Pulilic building 

|Shclburne public building — To pay claim of Messrs Hood 

' & Brook- in connection with their contract 

Shubenacadie— Public building 

Stewiacke— Public building 

(rVolfville— Public building— Revote 



533.^ 



534^ 



535 



Prince Edicard Istaiul. 

Charlottetown Dominion buildings — Improvements 

Summerside public buildings — New roof and addition, in- 
clusive of heating and fittnigs— Fiu'ther amount required 



New Briinsttick. 



Milltown— Public building— Revote 81,500 

St. George — Public building 

St. .John Quarantine Station, Partridge Island— Water 

service— To comi>lete- Revote .?2,000 

Sussex — Public biiilding- -Tiiipn^vements 

Bedford — Public building 

Berthier — New public building 

Coaticoiiki' public building— Improvements— Revolt $3,000 
Dominion public buildings — Renewals, improvements, 

reoairs, etc. — Further amount requin-t! 

Hfjcheliign |Kist office — Vaults, etc. Revote !*1,500 

foliette public building— Addition to— Further amount 

re<juired 



Carriwl forwani . 



40,000 00 
50,000 00 



500,000 00 
500,000 00 



7,382,449 93 



90,000 00 



• 1,000,000 00 



20,000 00 

10,446 00 
5,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 

2,fl00 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
5,000 00 



3,000 00 

9,500 00 



10,000 00 
7,000 00 

7,000 00 
2,.500 00 



10,000 00 
10,000 00 
t!,000 00 

.5,000 00 
3,000 Of) 

25,000 00 



.'>!t,000 00 



1,090,000 06 



52,346 00 



12,500 00 



26,500 00 



91, 340 00 



8,472,449 93 



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59,000 TO 



535 



PUBLIC WORKS-CHARfiEABLE TO INCOME 
— Continued. 

Public Buildings — Continued. 

Quebec — Concluded. 

Lachine post office— Addition and improvements— Further I 

amount required 

Levis— Armoury and gun shed— Further amount required— > 

Revote - 

Mont Laurier— Public building 

Montreal Eastern Postal Station C— To provide for Govern- 
ment's share of cost of resurfacing pavement and re- 
building sidewalk on St. Catherine St 

Montreal Eastern Postal Station C — Revote ■ . ■ ■ 

Montreal— General post office- Remodelling old building, 

including fittings, furniture, etc 

Montreal jxistal station "D"— Repairs, etc 

Montreal public buildings — Im,)rovements, alterations and 

repairs — Further amount required 

Montreal - Postal station " A " St. James St 

Quebec Observatory — Construction of roadway, etc .... 

Quebec Customs and Kxamining Warehouse — Alterations 

and improvements ; 

Queljec immigration hospital in Savard Park— Repairs and 

improvements, etc ' 

Rock Island — Public building — Revote 

IRigaud— Public building — To complete 

Shawinig.an Falls — Public building — Revote 

Sorel post office — lu.provements — Revote 

Ste. Agathe des Monts— Public building— Revote S4,.500.00 

Ste. Anne de Beaupre — Public building 

St. Gabriel de Brandon — Public building— Further amount 

required 

St. Jacques de I'Achigan— Public building— R«vote of; 

lapsed amount 

St. Lambert public building — Revote 

St. Laurent — Public building 

Valleyfield public building— Settlement of J. F. Beiques 
claim for damages on account of surface water running 
from Government property on to his property adjoining 

Ontario. 



91,346 00 18,472,449 93 



536-' 



&c. 



Almonte ]x>st office — Additions and alterations 

Almonte post office — Re wiring building, etc 

Athen.s — Public building— Revote ■ 

Barrie public building— Additions and alterations. 

Further amount required.— Revote, $3,900 

Brampton public building— Improvements— Revote .S4,nOO 
Brantford public buildings— To provide for Governments 
share of cost for laying sewers, etc., in front of buildings 

Cannington — Public buiUiing 

Carleton Place post office — Improvements ^■ 

Cayuga public building— To provide for Government s 
share of cost of concrete pavement laid on Cayuga street 
Chatham armoury— To provide for Government's share of 
cost of bitulithic pavement laid on William St 

Chesley— Public Building— Revote 

Clinton public building— Iniprovements— Revote. . 
Cobourg — New public building ... 

Carried forward 



4,000 00 

10,000 00 
5,000 00 



650 00 
2,500 00 

25,0TO 00 
1,200 00 

15,00<1 00 
200,000 00 
1,000 TO 

21,000 GO 

4,.500 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,0oO 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 

9,000 00 

15,000 00 
16,000 00 
7,000 00 



500 00 



5,000 00 
750 00 
5,0TO 00 

5,000 00 
6,000 00 

2.040 00 
8.000 00 
3,000 00 

296 49 

2,058 87 
3,000 00 
2,500 00 
25,000 00 



426,350 00 



69,645 36 I 517,696 00 



8,472,449 9S 



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PUBLIC WORKS-CHARfiEABLE TO INCOME 
— Contintud. 

Public Boildings— C'<m<tn«ed. 

OiKan'o. —Continued. 

Copper Cliff— Public building 

Cornwall public building— Improvements-Further amount 
rec^uired 

Dominion public buildings— Renewals, repairs, improve- 
mt-nts, etc. —Further amoimt required 

Fort William— CustoniB house and examining warehouse. . . 

Gait public building — Improvements — Revote 

Gore Bay — Public building 

Ingersoll- Drill hall 

Kenora — Drill hall 

Kingston post office and customs house — Imjirovements, 
etc. — To comi ilete 

Lindsay public building— Improvements— Revote 87,500. . . 

Lindsay — Drill hall — T(> complete 

London — Armoury, to enlarge site 

Meaford — Public building 

Najianee public building— F.lectric wiring, &c. — Revote. . . . 

New Liskeard— Publio building 

Newmarket — public building 

North Bay public building — To provide for payment of 
Government's share of cost of sewer and cement side- 
walk laid on Main St 

Oakville— Public building 

Orangeville public building — Alterations, additions, etc . . . 

Orillia public building — Addition — Further amount required 
—Revote .$4,000 

Oshawa — Drill hall — To com|)lete 

Oshawa public building— Addition to — Revote. 

Ottawa Parliament Grounds — Placing of service wires under 
ground 

Ottawa public buildings — Preservation of trees, etc 

Ottawa — I^ngi'vin Block— Improvements to heating appar- 
atus 

Ottawa Fuel testing— Roasting building and addition to 
shed, &c. — Revote 

Ottawa Printing Bureau — Improvements, kc 

[Palmerston — Public building Kevoty .S7,0(I0 

Pembroke public building— .\ddition and improvempnts, 
&c. — Revote Si,000 

Penetanguishene— Public building 

Petrolia public building— Improvements, &c 

Pict<jn ixMt othce — .'Addition, &c 

PicUju ix»st office — Electric wiring 

Port Arthur — Customs hour.e and examining warehouse — 
Further a:nount required 

Port Perry— Public building— Revote . 

Port Stanley- I'ublic building 

Prt'tcott customs house — New roof, &c 

Saiilt Stp. Marie— Drill hall 

Sault .St<-. Marie public building — To pn)vide for Govern- 
ment's share of cost of pavement laid on Queen street... 

Sault Hte. Marie public liuilding— Improvements, etc 

Sarnia public building — Iinpnivemfnls, S:r 

Carried forward ... 



§ cts. 



G9,645 36 



15,000 00 

3,500 00 

5,000 00 
2.%IM}0 00 
1,100 Oil 
5,000 00 
10,000 00 
20,000 OO 

4,0011 00 
i),0(X) 00 
25,000 00 
5( ,000 0« 
10,000 00 
1, .")IK) 00 
20,000 00 
10,000 00 



222 12 
'>,i)00 00 
0,500 00 

10,000 00 

1. '),000 00 
5,000 00 

2,000 00 
7,000 00 

5,000 00 

10,000 00 
5,000 00 
10,000 00 

7,000 00 
7,000 00 

2, (MX) 00 
10,001) ()0 

1,000 00 

20,000 00 
3,000 00 
5,(HK) 00 
1.000 00 

25,000 00 

m u 

4,(X)0 00 
2,000 00 



454,7'.)9 62 



S cts. 



617,696 00 



8,472,449 93 



617,696 00 



8,472.449 93 



SUPPLEilEXTlRY ESTIMATES, 1915 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 

Supplementary Estimates for the Tear ending ilARCH 31, 1915. 



11 



(6 
*^ 

o 
> 



( 



Brought forward. 



536-; 



PUBLIC WORKS-CHARGEABLE TO INCOME 
— Continued. 

Public Bcildings — Continued. 

OnUirio — Concluded. 

Seaforth public building— To pay municipal auctiorities 
Government's share of cost of cement sidewalk laid on 
Gouiulock Square and Main street 

Smith's Falls public building— Enlargement and improve 
ments— Revote-S5,000 

Stratford public building— Addition to 

Sturgeon Falls public building 

St. Catharines public building— Repairs to roof , &c 

Toronto— Temix)rary premises in connection with Postal 
Station A .... 

Trenton public building — Electric, wiring, &c. — Revote. . . 

Wallaceburg public building — To provide for Government's 
share of cost of bitulithic pavement laid on James and 
Nelson streets 

Windsor public building — Improvements. Revote 



454,799 62 



Manitoba. 



537 -{ 



Altamont — Drill hall 

Carman— Public building — Revote -32,000 

Manitou— Public building — Revoie S3,500 

Neepawa — Public building — To pay municipal authorities 

Goverment's share of cost for sewer laid on Mountain 

avenue, inclusive of interest 

North Transcona — Grain inspection building ' 

Norwood Grove — Public building - . 

Stonewall — Public building — Further amount required. ... 
St. Bonifate post office — To pay Goverr ment's share of cost 

of sewer and pavement in front of Post office building oni 

Aulneau street and Provencher avenue inclusive ofj 

arrears at 5% interest . . | 

St. James — Drill hall— To pay interest at 7% on purchase: 

price of .site 

Winnipeg Customs house building — Booster pump equip 

ment { 

Winnipeg Immigration building No. 1 — Cleaning and kal-' 

somining I 

Winnijieg — Postal Station " E '' 

Winnipeg immigration building— Installation of Fire Alarm 

system I 

Winnipeg Dominion public buildings — Improyments, re 

newals, repairs, etc. — Further amount required ... 
Winnipeg — New immigration building 



314 96 

10,000 00 
20,000 00 
7,000 00 
3,000 00 

SS.CX) 00 
1,000 00 



900 11 
2,»)0 00 



538 -i 



Saskatckevan. 

Dominion public buildings — Renewals, improvements, re- 
pairs, kc — Further amount required 

Humlxildt — Public buildmg — Kevote 

Indian Head— Forestry Branch, Department of Interior — 
Building— Revote, .82,400 

Lloydmiuster — Public building — Revote 

Maple Creek public building — Cleaning, painting, &c 

Prince Albert — Drill hall. 



10,000 00 
16,000 00 
5,000 00 



250 00 
1.500 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 



2,713 64 

103 65 

600 00 

2,000 CO 
25,000 00 

10,000 00 

11,000,00 
200,000 00 



3,000 00 
2,000 00 

5,000 00 

6,000 00 

500 00 

25,000 00 



Rosthem— Public building ! 10,000 00 



•S cts. 



517,696 00 



Carried forward 1 1,397,377 98 1 8,472,449 93 



8,472,449 93 



524,014 69 



304,167 29 



51,.5Q0 00 



12 



SVPPLEMENTART Ef>TIHATE>i, 1915 

4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 
Supplementary Estimates for the Year endlkg March 31, 1915. 



S 

o 

> 



o 



Service. 



Brought forward . 



PUBLIC WORKS -CHARGKABLE TO INCOME 
— Contitiucd. 

PcBLic Buildings — Coiviludcd. 

Alberta. 

Calgary — Accommodation for Assistant Receiver General — 

Further amount required 

Dominion public building— Renewals, im(irovements, re- 
pairs, etc. — Further amtnmt required 

Edmonton— New drill hall— Kevote, SSO.OOO 

Lethbridge — Immigration building — Repairs, painting, etc. 
Red Deer public bnikliug— To provide for Government's 
share of cost for laying sewers and cement sidewalks in 
front of building 



1 



British Columbia. 

CranVirook — Public Vtuildmg — .\lteration5 

(Jauges Harbour — Public building 

Grand Forks — Public building 

New Westminster public building — To provide for Govern- 
ment's share of cost of sewr and sidewalk, inclvisive of 

interest 

Port Alberni- Public building— Revote $5,000 

Powell River— Public building 

Vancouver— Examining warehouse— Revote 

Vancouver old jK>st office building — Addition, improve- 
ments, etc. — Further amount required 

Victoria old jjcst office building— to pay taxes due the City 

for years l!»12 and 1!)13 

Victoria- Observatory, etc.— Further amount required. 
Victoria \xist office — Improvements 

GENER.\LI,y. 

Dominion Note Cancelling Machines for the Comptroller of 
Currency and the offices of the Assistant Receivers 
General 

Experimental Farms— New buildini;s and improvements, 
tolmcco curing stations, renewals and repairs, etc., in 
connection with existing buildings, fences, etc. — Furtlier 
amount ft quire 1 

Public buildings— Cienerally— Further amount required .... 

Rbsts, Repairs, FonNiTuitE, etc. 



( Ottnmi FnUie Buildingf— 

Ottawa — Telephone service — Furtlier amount retiuired . 
Ottaw.-i — Rideau Hall .■\llowance for fuel and light- 
Further amount required 



542- 



Dominion Public linildiniji — 

Dominion immigration buildings— Repairs, furniture, 

etc. — Further aiiioimt re(piired 

Fittings and general supplies and furniture-Further 

amount rtviuin-d 

Heating — Further amount recjuired 

Lighting — Furilier amount requir««l 



Carrie<l forward., 



$ cts 



$ cts. 



1,397,377 98 



15,000 00 

.1,000 00 
100,000 00 
1,000 00 



1,200 00 



2,000 00 
5,000 0() 
3,000 00 



1,200 00 
SO.lKiO 00 
10,000 00 
15,000 00 

6,000 00 

7,764 2:» 
5,000 00 
50,000 00 



2,000 00 



66,800 00 
10.000 00 



0,000 00 
5,000 00 

fi,000 00 

60,000 IX) 
30,0IHi W 
lO.lKXI 00 



$ cts. 



8,472,449 93 



122,200 00 



133,!»64 23 



78,800 00 



110,000 OO 



1,842,342 21 , 8,472,449 93 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1915 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year ending March 31, 1915. 



13 



Service. 



( 



Brought forward 



PUBLIC WORKS-CHARGEABLE TO INCOME 
— Continwd. 



Habbocbs and Rivers. 



Nova Scotia, 



i 



Anderson's Cove— New breakwater 

Arisaig — Wharf re^jairs 

Barachois — Extension of training pier 

Bass River — Wharf 

Bear Cove (Halifax Co.) — Boat skid 

■Cape Dauphin — Boat harbour 

Cape Negro — Completion of wharf 

Chegoggin — Extension of breakwaters 

Cheverie — Wharf extension — Further amount required. . . 

Chris Cove — Breakwater . . 

East Port LeHebert — Mooring pier 

East Ragged Island— Repairs to wharf 

East River — Improvements — Further amount required 

Ecum Secum (Halifax Co.) — Breakwater-wharf 

Fox Island — Extension of breakwater 

Frent^i River — Extension of pier 

Glen Margaret (Mosher's Cove) — Wharf 

Green's Harbour — Breakwater 

Gulliver's Cove — Breakwater. 

Hampton — Extension of breakwater 

Head of Chezzetcook — Wharf ... 

Indian Point — Wharf 

Jamesville — Breakwater 

Joggin's Mines — Br.'akwater improvements 

Litchfield — Breakwater extension 

Little Ba.S5 River — Wharf 

Little Brook — Repairs to breakwater 

Little Tancook — Removal of rock and extension of break 

water 

Long Cove — To complete breakwater 

Long Island — Wharf 

Long Point (Lunenburg Co. >— Breakwater 

Lower Argyle — Wharf 

Lower Burlington — Wharf 

Lunenburg — Harbour improvements 

Mabou Bridge — Wharf enlargement 

Malagash — Repairs Co wharf 

[Meat Cove — Breakwater . 

jMinudie — Repairs to wharf 

'Mill Creek — Breakwater-wharf extension 

Mira Ferry — To complete wharf — Hevote 

Mosher's Bav — Breakwater 

'North Bellevillt^ Wharf 

North West Harbour^Wharf ■ 

Ogden's Pond — Constructing sand groin and extending 

channel pier 

Owl's Head — Repairs and extension to breakwater — Wharf 

Peggy's Cove — Breakwater 

Plaster (Baddeck)— Wharf 

Port Clyde — To complete wharf 

Portapique — Repairs to wharf 

Port Hood — To repair wharf 

Port Maitland — Repairs to breakwaters 



Carried forward 251,550 00 1,842,342 21 8.472,449 93 



8 cts. 



6,000 00 
1,000 00 

700 00 
3,000 00 
1,700 00 
1,500 00 
1,200 00 
2,700 00 
3,200 00 
3,000 00 
1,200 00 

700 00 
113,000 00 
2,.500 00 
2,500 00 
2,000 00 
4.000 00 
1,000 00 
5,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,300 00 
5,000 00 
2.500 00 
5,000 00 
2,500 00 
2,500 00 
1,500 00 

2,eoo 00 

1.200 00 
2,500 00 
4,000 00 
2,0u0 00 
2,500 00 
25,000 00 
2.000 00 
1,000 00 
1.000 00 
1,000 00 
4,000 00 
600 00 
3,000 00 
1,000 00 
2,600 00 

2,800 00 
1,800 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
1,200 CO 

750 00 
.5,000 00 

800 00 



S cts. 



1,K42,342 21 



14 



SVPPLEUENTART ESTIMATES, 191!) 

4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 
Supplementary Estimates for the Year ending March 31, 1915. 



I 



o 

as 



543 -i 



Service. 



Brought forward. 



PUBLIC WORKS-CHARGEABLE TO INCOME 
— Continued. 

Hakbouks and Ri\KRa— Continued. 

Nova Scotia — Concluded. 



Pugwa-sh— Repairs to 
Rainv Cove— Wharf. 



wharf 



Round Island, Mira Bay — Breakwater 

Siilmon River (Digby Co.) — E.vtension of wharf 

.Sulniun River (CaiJt Breton) — Wharf 

Sand ford — Repaii"s to breakwater 

Sliad Bay— Breakwater ... . 

Shubenacadie Kiver — Enlargement of drawspan on 
Dominion Atlantic Railway Bridge and construction 

of warping piers 

Smith's Cove— Wharf 

South Bay — Ingonish — Wharf e.vtension 

South Lake, Lakevale— Protection work 

Terence Bay — Extension of wharf 

Toby Island — Boat harbour 

Upper Prospect — Extension of breakwater 

West Chezzetcook — Wharf extension and breakwater 

repairs 

West Head — Extension of breakwater 

Whit* Point— To complete breakwater 

West Wood Harbour — Extension to wh.arf 



Prince Edimrd Island. 



Alberton — Repairs to wharf 

Bay Fortune — Brwikwater repairs 

Bay view — Repairs to wharf 

Charlottetown Harbour — Further amount required 

Clifton — Repairs to wharf 

J Cooper's Shore (Port Hill) -Extension of wharf 

° "> .Cove Head — E.xtension of shear dam . 

I Iflraham's Pond— Reconstruction of breakwaters 

I iRocky Point — Wharf — Further amount required 

Rustico Harbour — Beach protection. 

I Tignish I^arbour — Wharf 

I. Victoria— Crapaud — Repairs and improvements to wharf. 



540 -i 



New Brunswick, 

Anderson's Hollow (Waterside) — Breakwater-wharf rei)air8 

Hay du Vin— Repairs to wharf 

Durham— A'harf inipiovenients 

I'Mgi tt's Landing— To repair wharf and build freight shed. 

Exjx-riniental Farm— (below Fredericton) — Wharf 

Fr«iderict^ in — Wharf 

liiMiseVwrry Cove— Completion of wharf 

Harvey Hank — Wharf improvementw — Revote 

Little "Hlack River-Wharf 

Martin'H Hea<I — Breai*twork 

Newcastle Wharf— J''urther amount required 

River St. .John, including tril>utarie8 — Improvements — 
Further amount rxpiired 

Carried forward 



S cts. 



251,550 00 



1,700 (K) 
2,000 00 
30,000 00 
2,500 00 
800 00 
3,000 00 
2,500 00 



12,300 00 

3,000 00 

3,000 DO 

2,0CO 00 

2,500 00 

1.000 00 

2,500 00 

1,300 00 
700 00 
1,500 Ot> 
3,000 00 



5,000 00 
2,000 00 
1,250 00 

18,000 00 
1,250 00 
2,500 OtI 
5,000 00 
1,500 00 

2.5,0'iO 00 
2,.^00 (Kl 
1,300 0*J 
1,400 00 



2,500 00 
6,000 00 
2,300 00 

i.aw 00 

5,(H>0 00 
.',50 00 

2,ir)0 oo 

2,000 00 
10,000 00 
20,000 00 

2,000 00 



% cU. 



1,843,342 21 



$ CtB. 



8,472,449 93 



326,850 00 



(;ii,7oo 00 



59,350 00 2,235,892 21 3,472,449 93 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1915 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year ending March 31, 1915 



15 



> 
"S 



Service. 



Brotight forward. 



-Further 



PUBLIC WORKS-CHARGEABLE TO INCOME 
— CoiUiv ued. 

Habbodes and Rivers — Continued. 

New Brunsicick — Concluded. 

f iSeal Cove — Grand JIanan Island — Breakwater pier— 

I 1 Further amount required 

Shediac Island — Wharf — Further amount required 

Shippigan — To repair wharf 

Two Rivers — Repairs to wharf 

Westfield — To complete high water wharf 

Wilson's Beach — Repairs to wharf — Further amount re- 
quired 



Quebec. 

Anse St. Jean — Extension of wharf 

Barachois de Malbaie— Harbour improvements. . . 

Bryant's Landing — Extension of wharf 

Cacouna East — Wharf 

Chandler — Wharf 

Chateau Richer — Extension of wharf 

Chicoutinii — To complete dredging 

Chicoutimi— Wharf repairs and improvements 
amount required - 

Clarke City — Completion of wharf — Revote. 

Contrecueur — Protection work 

Cote St. Catherine — Wharf reconstruction 

Fenne Neuve — Revetment wall 

Grande and Petite Bergeronnes Rivers — Removal of rocks.. 

Isle Verte — Notre-Dame des Sept Douleurs — Wharfs . . 

Lake Kenogamishish— Landing piers 

L'Assomption — Wharf and i e breaker 

Les Eboulemeiits— Repairs to wharf 

L'lslet — Addition to wharf - . 

Matane — Extension of wharf and breakwater 

Megantic— Reconstruction of wharf 

Montmagny — Wharf improvements 

Murray Bay — Revetment wall 

Murray Bay— A\Tiarf enlargement, and repairs— Revote 

Natashquan — Extension of wharf 

Nominingue — Wharf 

Xotre Dame du Lac — New wharf 

Paspebiac — Wharf repairs 

Peribonka — Dyke and ixintoon 

Piche Point — Improvements to wharf 

Petit Saguenay— Construction of shed on wharf and removal 
of boulders 

Rigaud — Wharf improvements ■. 

Riviere des Prairies— In full and final settlement of claim 
of Messrs. Morrow & Beatty in connection with their 
contract for reconstruction of piers at Ste. Genevieve 
and lie Bi7.ard 

iRiver Baude — Reconstruction of wharf 

River St. Maurice— Sheds on wharfs 



Carried forward.. 



$ cts. 



S cts. I 



S cts. 



59,350 00 2,235,892 21 8,472,449 93 



4,500 00 
3,700 no 
1,700 00 
1,300 00 
1,400 00 

1,000 00 



3,000 00 
4.700 00 
3,100 00 
2,000 00 

25,000 00 
5,000 00 

20,000 00 

1,000 0(1 
8,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,200 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 

I, 500 m 

12,000 00 
5,500 00 
.5,500 00 
5,000 00 
800 00 
2,50<) 00 

10,000 00 

II, 000 00 
3,000 00 
1,700 0(J 
4,500 00 
2,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,500 00 

800 00 
2,500 00 



1,692 90 
1,000 00 

i,roo 00 



157,492 90 



72,950 00 



2,30b,842 21 '8,472,449 93 



13 



8VPPLE1IENTART ESTIMATES, 1915 

4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 
Supplementary Estimates for the Year ending March 31, 1&15. 



Service. 



Brought forward. 



PUBLIC WORKS -CHARUEABLE TO INCOME 
— Contimi^d. 



Habboubs and Rivebs — Continited. 

Quebec — Concluded. 

Ruisseau k Sem — Repairs to pier 

St. AlphoDse — Addition to wharf. . . 

Ste Anne de Beaupre — Wharf— Further amount required 

Ste. Anne de Bellevue — Whaif improvements 

Ste. Anne de la Perade— Protection work 

St. Antoine de Richelieu — To complete wharf — Revote. . . 
Ste. Cecile du Bic — Wharf, and improvements in harbour. 

St. Antoine Station — Wharf improvements 

Ste. Felicitt — E.xtension of wharf 

St. Fidule — Repairs to wharf 

St. Godfroi— Repair.s to breakwater 

St. Irenee — Completion of approach to wharf 

St. Irenee — Addition to wharf 

St. Roch de Richelieu— Wharf 

St. Roch des Aulnaies — Addition to wharf 

Trois Saumons — Wharf 

Valleytield — New wharf 

Yamaska Ri\ er dam— Settlement of claims for land dam- 
ages 



Onta rio. 



Armitage Landing — Wharf — Further amount required. . 

Barrow Bay — Wharf 

Bradford— Re|)air8 to wharf 

Brighton — Rec'onatniction and extension of wharf — Further 

amount required 

Bronte — Wharf repairs and shore protection — To complete- 

Revote 

Burk's Falls — Repairs to wharf 

Burnt lel.ind— Wharf 

Cockbum Island- Repairs and extension to wharf 

Craigie Let -Wharf , 

Days drove — Wharf 

DefKjt Harbour -Wharf renewal 

Doe Lake -Wharf 

Fitzrov Ilarlx>vir--Wharf— Further amount required 

iFort t ranees — Wharf 

Goat Island— Dredging 

iGotlerich— Harliour ini|)rovenient8 — Further amount re 

quired 

Hamilton — Harbour improvements — Further amount re 

quired 

Jack fish -Wharf 

Kincardine— Construction of breakwater ond repairs to 

piers — Further amount re<iuired 

Kingston- Ri>yal Military College — Retaining wall 

Leainingt'Mi- -llreakwater . 

Leith — Wharf reconstruction 

Magnetawan— Wan'liouse on wharf 

Micliipicot^'n Ki\'er — Warehf)use on wharf 

Midland- Repairs to wharf 



Carried forward 527,000 00 2,689,036 11 8,472,44'J 93 



cts. 



157,462 90 



1,500 00 
25,000 00 
25,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
2,800 00 
15,000 00 
3,50(> 00 
5,00(J 00 

•i,tm 00 

600 00 
2,500 00 
10,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,IX)0 00 
4,800 00 
5,00(1 00 

4,500 Of 



.5,500 00 
4,000 00 
1,000 00 

9,000 00 

1,100 00 

1,100 no 

3,700 00 
5,000 00 
2,300 00 
3,iKX) 00 
5,000 00 
1,900 00 
.S,400 00 
5,000 00 
50,000 00 

100,000 00 

250,000 00 
5,000 00 

40,000 00 
5,000 00 
10,000 00 

10,000 no 

000 00 
1,000 oo 
3,500 00 



$ cts. 



2,308,842 21 8.472,449 93 



S cts. 



280,192 90 



HI PPLEMENTARJ EHTIMATEH, 1915 
SESSIONAL PAPLR No. 4 

SUPPLEMKNTAItY EsTUIATHS luR THE YliAU ENDlNti 1IaR(;U ol, JHlo. 



17 



o 



Service. 



Brought forward. 



PUBLIC work.s-char(;eable to income 

• — Cimtimud. 



Hakbours and }i\\ KK&— Continual. 
Ontario — Concluded. 



•517 



Minalri— Wharf 

Montreal River— Improvements at Latchford — In full and 
final settlement of claim of Messrs. Lowery & Goring, 
with interest at 5% — Revote 

Parry Sound — Wharf 

Port Credit — Harbour improvements 

Port Hope — Wharf repairs 

Port Perrj'— Wharf 

Port Sydney— Wharf . - 

Providence Bay — Warehovise on wharf — Revote 

Pumpkin Point — Wharf 

River Tiiames — Ice breaking 

River Thames — Protection work at Chatham 

Roche's Point — Repairs to wlijirf 

Shanty Bay — Wharf renewal 

Shoal Lakc^ — Lock and dam 

South Baymouth, Mauitoulin Island— Wharf 

South Lancaster — Rejiairs to wharf 

Sturgeon Falls — Wharf extension, 

St. .Tohn Creek — Stop log dam 

Telegraph and Nigger Islands— Dredging— Further amount 
required 

Thessalon — Repairs to w harf 

Trent Bridge — Completion of wharf — Revote $1,4U0 

Wheatley — Repairs to pier 

,i Winnipeg river — Improvements 




5 IS -I 



.519 



550 I 



Manitoba. 



Assinilxtine River — Improvements _ _ 

Harbours, rivers and bridges — General repairs and im|irove- 
ments — Further amount required 

Ninette— Wharf 

Red River— St. Andrew's lock and dam— Improvements- 
Further amount required 

Selkirk Slough — Protection work 

Winni|)eg Harbour — Wharfs 

Saskatckeuan and Athcrta. 



Pigeon Lake — Dam . . - 

Saskatchewan River — Improvements.. 

British Cohimbm. 



Arrowhead — Wharf 

Bear River — Bedwell Sound — Wharf . 

Chemainus — Landing float 

Comox— Repairs to wharf 

Comox Centre— Landing floats 

East Robson— Wharf 

Evans Bay — Landing float 



Carried forward . 



cts. cts. ' S cts 



527,000 00 2„5S!),IB3 11 



5,r)00 00 



7,943 M 
5,000 00 
40,000 00 
3,000 00 

4, f«0 00 
2,600 00 
2,000 00 
4,000 00 
7,000 00 
3,000 00 

800 00 
4,.'S00 00 

5, tl00 00 
5,<100 00 

800 00 
3,000 00 
2, .500 00 

58,000 00 
5,000 00 
2,500 00 
4,500 CO 
5,000 00 



14,600 00 

5,000 00 
4,000 00 

12,500 00 
7,600 00 
200,000 00 



3,000 1 10 
250,000 00 



15,00 I 00 
2,500 (10 
600 00 
6.000 00 
2,700 00 
3,000 00 
1,000 00 



707,643 34 



8,17J.I4I) '.r.\ 



24.3,700 00 



253,000 00 



30,800 00 3,793.378 15 8,472.419 93 



4—2 



18 



SUPPLEMEyTART EUTIUATEH. I'.Ur, 

4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 
SuppLKMii.NTAitv Estimates loii rui; Ykau knuinc Makcii ."1, 1915. 



Service. 



>; cts. cts. 



Brought forward | 30,800 00 



■ Pi;i5LlC W()RKS-CHARGE.\BLK To INCOME 
— Continued. 



HaKHOI'KS ash RiVEKS — C'OHtmKfrf. 

Britifih Colitmhiti — CoiK-ludcd. 



Farrington — Wharf ] 

Frasi r and Thompson Rivers— Wharfs— Further amount! 
required 

Fra.ser River (Lower) — Imijrovements — Further amount 
re(iuire(i 

I'Va.'^ers — Wharf 

Fulford Harbour— Landing Hoat 

Ganges Harlxmr - Wharf 

' irace HarlMiur "Wharf , 

Gr.mit.- Hay~Whaif 

UcTiiit Ijay— Whaif recimstruetion and iniprincuient 

-fatUwon Bay Landing Hoat 

Ivontenav l*av — W'hai'f — Revote 

Lund -Wharf 

.Malcolm [slaiid Wharf 

.Nakusp —Wharf 

iNanainio -Harliour iniiirovenients— Further amount re- 
([uired 

Nanainio—.'Vpprtiach to wharf 

! Needles — Completion of wharf 

Nootko Island Wharf. .... 

i.Vorth Thompson River at Kandoops — Revetment wall 

Dkanagan River— Protecting and improving navigahle chan- 
nel -Further amount required 

IPitt Lake-Wharf...... 

.Pitt }liver (Lowei ) — Kxtension of Wliarf 

Port Mofidy— Kxtension of Wh.arf 

Powell River — Improvements 

t^uesnel — Wharf 

R-jherts Creek — Wharf . 

iRov, Loughbori' Inlet— Landing float 

ISafety Cove-Wharf 

Savary IslanrI — Landing float 

.Smrf Wharf 

Silverton — Wharf^Revote 

Sooke HarWuir — Landing float and approach 

South Fort (ieorgt — Wharf 

South (tahriola island — Wharf improvement's 

Spiller River — Repairs to wharf 

Srpianiish — Wliarf repairs 

Stewart — Repairs to wtiarl 

Stickine River — Improvements 

Syringa Creek -Wharf 

ToHhfj — Wharf repairs and iinprn\-ementH 

I'nion r»;iy — Landing float anti wharf improvements 

Upper iMmean River — Jmpro\'emen*.s 

Vargas Island — Wharf 

Victoria Harliour— To pay Governmenl's share of cost of 
liM al impi-ovenients on DaliaH Kuad 

Whaletown- Wharf 

White R.ck— Wharf 

Yellow Poinl^Wharf . . . 



."1,00(1 


(HI 




00 


s,rif)i) 


on 


1,500 


00 


2,900 


(10 


3,500 


CO 


4,.'i00 


00 


T.-'ioO 


(JO 


l.-'^OO 


00 


1,000 


(Kl 


■J.SIIO 


00 


[.'.ion 


(1(1 


■l.oOO 


00 


5,.")ll<l 


00 


lo.OOO 


00 


i.r.'xi 


00 


li.oOO 


00 


.•j.OdO 


00 


15,0011 


00 


5,0(10 


oil 


•),S(lo 


0(1 


.5,0(1(1 


oil 


2,7(10 


00 


3(1,0(10 


00 


.5,0(1(1 


(HI 


(i.(:(Ki 


IKI 


1.000 


00 


4,:ioo 


00 


1.000 


(10 


1,200 


IKI 


;!,i"i(Hi 


(HI 


(1.-0 


(HI 


7,500 


00 


700 


(K> 


1,000 


00 


5,000 


(HI 


2,200 


(HI 


10,000 


00 


1,50(1 


00 


l,:loo 


00 


!I5(P 


Oil 


.■t,(KK> 


0(1 


3,100 


00 


10,107 


54 


2,500 


00 


5,000 


00 


3,800 


00. 



parried forward . 



3,793,378 45 



S cts. 



8,472,419 93 



269,357 54 



4.0R2.7.'U 96 I 8.472.449 93 



SUPFLEMEXTARV Efi'mfATES, 1915 
SESSIONAL PAPEFi No. 4 

Supplementary EsTurATES for the Year ending March 31, 1915. 



19 



o 

> 



J5 



551 



552 



Service. 



cts. 



Brought forward 



PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO INCOME 
Continued. 

Hakboi rs and Rivers— Coiwluded. 

Yukon. 

Yukon River— Improvements to navigation 



Getieriillji. 

Harbours, Rivers and Bridge Works — Generally 

Dhedgixg. 

f New dredging plant — Manitoba — Fuitliei amount i-equired 10,000 tM) 
' " 200,000 00 



Dredging British Columbia — Further amount re<iuired, 
Dredging Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta — Further 
amount required 



554 



Slides ami Booms. 

St. Maurice District — Improvements to slide and boom 
works to facilitate the floating and storage of logs, &c. 
Further amount required 



Roads and Bridges. 



(' Banff— Repairs to bridges 

Banff — New bridge 

I Shelbijouth, Man. — Painting st^-el highway bridge 

f>M{ International Bridge over River St. .Tuhn, between Clair 
I N.B., and Fort Kent, Me. State of Maine to provide 
I ' §1.0,000. Couiitv of Aroostook $10,000, and town of 
Foit Kent, S5,0<JO 



550 



r 
I 

557-1 



558 



TEtKORArn Links. 
Nora Scot ill. 
Cape Breton Lines — Further amount recjuired . 

Prince Edward Ist*tnd. 



For half cost of reconstruction of telegraph lines jointly 
owned by the Anglo-American Telegiaph Co., and the 
Dominion Governnient — Revote 

For improvements in telephones and telegraph servict 
Further amount required 



6,200 00 



5,000 00 
20,000 00 
850 00 



30,000 00 



•S cts. 



4,062,735 99 I 8,472,449 US 



Neif Brunswick. 
Chatham, Kscuminac and Point Sapin — To complete. 



4,280 00 



17,000 00 
2,000 00 



1,000 00 



.5,000 00 



40,00(1 00 



216,200 00 



168,000 00 



Carried forward 24,280 00 ,4,i>47,7So OH 8,472,449 93 



20 ' SDPPLEMENTART ESTIMATES, 1915 

4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 

SUI-PLEMENTAKY ESTIMATES FOR THE YkaR ENDING MaRCH 31, 1915. 



Service. 



Broiiglit forward 



$ cts. 



24,280 00 



PUBLIC WORKS— CH.A.KGKABLE TO INCOME 
— CunUnucd. 

TKi.K(iHAPH Lines — Conrltulcd. 

OiU'trio. j 

5nS Manitdiiliii — Ci)ckl)urii Island teleplii me line — To coinplete. 1,(100 00 

Quebfc. 

500 Exti iisiiin of teleiilioiif lines in County of (}iit-bec.. 3,000 00 



$ cts. 



4,517,785 99 8,472,449 9:* 



Saskatchewan and Alberta. 

<■ Constrixlioii of line fiom Athabaska Landing to Fort! 

McMurray — To complMte 

Hatllt-ford — Isle La Crosse line — To complete — Revote 

Peace River Lini — Erection of Office at Dnnvegan — Revotei 
561, Peace River — (irand I'rairie Teliijrapli Line — Rxtensionj 

{vi>\ii Lake .Saskatoim to Hudson's Ho})e, li.C 

(Ju'A|i(ielle — Kdnionton telej^raph lint — New buildings ,ind 
repairs ami improvements to old ones — Further amount 

Iftpuretl 



British Collihil'i'l 

I Vancouver Island— Extension of telegraph and telephone 

1 systems 

Kaniloops, Walhatchin and Ashcruft — Telephone line— To 

complete 

Okunagan V.alley Telephone System — Extensions — Further 

aniouitt required 

Pilot Bay to Balfour — Telephone line 

Victoria— William's Head (Quarantine telephone line— Rt?- 

newals and repairs 

1.511 .Mile House -Bella- Coola Telegraph Line— Office at 

662- Bella Coola 

Vancouver Island Telegraph and Telephone lines— General 

rei>airs and iiiiprovi-ments 

Yukon Telegraph Hue— ( lenerul repairs and improvements. 

Powell Kivcr Telegraph liiui— Office buildings 

Salt Spring Island Telephone System — I^'or establishment 

o' telephone exchaiigt* at Ganges 

Salt Spring Island Telephone .System— For .in alternative 

conneftiou with Vancouver Island 

.Alberni — Clayoipuit Telegraph Lint — For tel..plione exten- 
I sioii Ijeyund Tofiuit t<i the Ptarmigan Mines, Bear River 



4."),000 00 

0. 000 00 
3,500 00 

41,000 00 

1, ( MI0 00 



50,000 00 I 

S,200 00 

17,500 00 , 
2,000 0(1 ! 

1,850 00 

2,200 00 

8,500 00 
12,500 00 
2,IHH» 00 

3,700 00 

4,000 0() 

i;,4iKi 00 



.Ml.SCKl.I.ANKOL'N. 

(iratuity to tin' widow of the late A. P. Lepine, Clerk of 

Works, piihlii- buildings, IQueljec 

Monument Ut Madeleine de Verclierea erected at Vercheres 

-To . ompli te — Ki-vote 

.Monument to Lady Lal<iur at .St. .lolin -Contribntion 

.MiiMuiiient to the memory of the late Hon. Thus. U'Arcy 
.\lc( jW — Re\(lte j 



2.500 00 
.5,0110 UU 

8,000 00 



2i7.s:tii tio 



(;urrie.| for«urd ' 10,7li« ft! 4,7i«<,t!11 «9 18,472,449 93 



SOPPLEUENTART ESTIMATES, 1915 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 

Supplementary Estimates for the Tear ending March 31, 1915. 



21 



Service. 



5(U 

Mb 



5CG 



5G7 
.568 



5i;y 

570 
.571 
572 
573 
574 
575 

570 
577 



5G3-i 



Brought forward 1.5,7GG (i6 4,795,615 99 

PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO IXCOME 
— Concluded. 

Miscellaneous — Concluded. 

ilonument to the memory of the late Sir L. H. Lafontaine 
and the late Hon. Roljert Baldwin — Revote S8,50li 

Accounts Branch — Salaries of agents and clerks, travel- 
ling and contingent expenses of outside service 

fEsfpiimalt Graving Dock — Travelling Crane — Revote §5,500 

Georgian Bay Ship Canal Roy.al Commission 

Engineering Branch — Salaries of engineers, inspectors, su- 
perintendents, draughtsmen, clerks and me.>-sengers of 
outside ser\ ice — Further amount required 

To pay Western Dry Dock and Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., of 
Port Arthur, a iX)rtiou of the first payment of subsidy 
due them upon their completion of the work covered 
by the agreement ratified by Chap. 57, 3-4 George V, 
1913. notwithstanding that the work is not completed. 

For operation and maintenance of inspection boats 

Halifax — Inspection launch 

Lake Winnipeg — Inspection tug 

Prince Rupei t — Inspection tug 

Quebec Walls 



9,000 00 

20,000 00 
9,000 00 
25,000 00 



G9,00(J 00 



35,641 50 
73,000 OO 
3,(X)U 00 
25,000 00 
26,000 00 
70,000 00 



MAIL AND STEAMSHIP SUBVENTIONS. 

Canada, China and .Japan 

.Steam service on the Petitcodiac River, between Moncton 
and way ports and a port or ports on the west coast of 

Cumberland County — Further amount required 

Steam service from the opening to the closing of navigation 
in 1914, between Port Mulgrave, St. Peters, Irish Cove 
and Marble Mountain and other ports on the Bras d'Or 

Lakes — Further amount required 

Steam service between Pelee Island and the mainland- 
Further amount required 

'Steam service during the year 1914, between Quebec and 
Harrington, calling at ports and places along tiie 
U'jrthern shore of the River St. Lawrence lietween such 
tem.inals ; and to hereby amend Vote 203 of the Main 
Estimates by striking out the words *' Blanc Sablon " 
and substituting therefor the word "Harrington" — i 

Further amount required. . - 

Steam service between St. .John, Digby, Annapolis and 
J Granville, that is to say along the west coast of Anna- 

I polis Basin — Further amount retjuired 

i.Steam service between St. John, Westp(»rt and Yarmouth 

and other waj- ports — Further amount required 

'Steam service between Petite de Grat and Intercolonial 

Terminus at Mulgrave — Further amount required 

Steam service between Halifax and west coast of Cape 
Breton, calling at way ports — Further amount required 
Steam service between Halifax and .Spry Bay and ports in 

Cape Breton — Further amount required 

.Schooner service between Pictou, New Glasgow, Antigonish 
County ports and Mulgrave — Further amount required 
Steam service from the opening to the closing of navigation 
in 1914 between the mainland and the Magdalen Islands 

— Further amount required 

Wintiir steam service between St. John, Halifax and Lon- 
don — Further amount required ' 

Steamship service between St. John and Bridgetown — 
Further amount required 



380,408 16 



Carried forward 13,903,474 



229,000 00 



500 00 



500 00 
3,000 00 



8,0OU 00 

500 00 
3,000 00 i 
1,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 

500 00 

3,00<) 00 
1,500 00 
500 00 



.? cts. 



8,472,449 93 



5,176,024 15 



255,000 00 



22 SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIilATES, 1915 

4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 
Supplementary Estimates for the Year ending March 31, 19f5. 



578 



579 ■( 



580 
581 



582 



Sei-vice. 



Brought forward 

OCEAN AND RIVER SERVICE. 



Amount requirwl to pay 76 p.c. of tlie claim of a merchant 
who sold provisions, etc., to stewards of governnienl 
vessels 



PUBLIC WORKS-CUAKGEABLE TO CAPITAL. 

Marine Department. 

To provide for construction and completion of dredging 
jilant, &c., in River St Lawrence— Furtlier amount 

required 

To provide compassionate allowance to Mrs. Corono Ed- 
mond, widow of tlie late Edouard Karly, whow:is fatal- 
ly injured while discharging his duties on dredge No. 7, 
Ship Channel 



LIGHTHOUSE AND COAST SERVICE. 

Signal service— Further amount required 

AuHiunt required to pay pension of SIJoO to each itf the 
following retired pilots, A. T. Saniard, .Tusepli Plants*, 
Victor Vezina, J. (». Dupie, Kaymond Ba<piet, Alfred 
Larochelle 



Officers— Further 
in the Fraser 



FISHERIES. 

Salaries and dislmrsenients of Fishery 

amount re(iuired 

To priA'ide for tile removal of obstructions 

River, British Columbia 

Fisheries patrol service— Further amount required 

To pro\ ide for tlje e.xpenses of investigating claims for coiu- 
|iensalion under the Pelagic Sealing Treaty— including 
-S'iUOO to provide for an allowance of SIO jjer diem to W. 
H. Huirgins from July 8, 11113, for services as Secretary 

while attending the sittings of the Commission 

To provide for an investigation into the fisheries of Hudson 

Bay 

To [jrovide for a fisheries patnil steamer fer Lake Win- 
niijeg- Revote 



.",83 ■( 



5.S4 1 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES. 

Mines Brunch. 

For practical tests in road-making of tar sands of 

A thalmska 

For completion uf experiments in zinc smelting.. 



$ cts. 



? eU. 



5,0W 00 
IQ.OOO 00 



fJeotoi/ical Survei/ Branch. 

For exploration and investigating the iKiHsible occuri-enee 
of nuliuni bearing ores in Canada, and for the 
diHsemination of information concerning these ureti. . 



Cnrriwl forward 



13,903,474 US 



134 



li.'i5,000 IM) 



2,000 00 



li57,0i«i (Id 



(i,0(W 00 



1,800 00 



411,000 00 



60,000 00 
2II,0(B) (III 



ir>.m) (H> 

1.5,(HI0 00 
114,400r mi 



15,000 00 



10,0INI 110 



7,800 00 



2('il,4(Hi IKI 



25,000 0(1 



14,857,8l.« 3:1 



23 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 

Si PPLKMENTARY EsTIMATKS I'OIi Till; YkAK liNDlNU MaRL-H 31, 1915. 



Service. 



Brought forward . 



585 



LABOUR. 

Conciliation and Labour Act, inchidintj publication, 
printing, binding and distril'ution of the Labour. 
Oazette^ and allowance to correspondents, and for 
clerical assistance in jjreparing tables of statistics — 
Further amount required 



5S(>- 



587 



0-8 



580 



590 



To 



INDIANS. 

Ontario and Qiichcc. 

provide a further amount for medical attendance and 

medicines 

provide a further amount fcr general expenses and roads 

Kova Scotia. 



provide a further amount for relief 

provide a further amount for miscellaneous . 

New Briniswii'k. 

provide a further amount for relief 

Prince Edward Island. 



To provide a further amount for miscellaneous 



Manitoba, Saskatcheimn, Alberta oml Nvrthwest 
Territories. 



provide a further amount for medical attendance 

provide a further amount for general exjjcnses and roads. 



r T<i 



591-1 :to 

lo 

I |To 

f To 



British Columbia. 

provide for the expenses of the British Columbia Land 
Commission — Further amount required to pay Dr. J. 
A. .T. ilcKenna, for his services during the fiscal year 
11)14-1.5, as one of the Commissioners 

jirovide for the pajTnent of a compassionate allowance 
to the wido<V of the late T. J. Cuumiiskey, Insiiector of 
Indian Agencies in British Columbia 

provide a further sum for hospitals 

provide a further amount for miscellaneous 



592-; 



593 



To 



General. 

provide for the payment of fees to Indian Agents 
throughout the Dominion in connection with the regis- 
tration of births, deatlisand marriages amongst ladians. 

provide a further amount for salaries 

provide a further amount for miscellaneous 



Indian Edncation. 
provide a further amount for Indian Education. 



S cts. 



$ cts. 



11,857.8(15 '.a 



200 0!) 
30,o20 00 



2,000 00 
l.OoO 00 



2, IKK) 00 



1,200 00 



6,000 00 
5,000 00 



1,400 00 



.sni; «6 
4,000 no 
S,80n 00 



1..J00 (po 

2.000 00 

1. 01 ill fill 



36,000 00 



103,436 66 



Carried forward 1 1 14,965,944 99 



24 



SDPPLEMENTAHY ESTIiliTES, 1915 

4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 
Supplementary Estimates kou the Year enui.m; Mauch 31, 1915. 



Service. 



Broiipht forward 

DOMINION LANDS AND PARKS. 

To cover the cost of si>ecial siirveys and ot!ier works in 
connection with the classification of irrigable lands on 
the western section of the Canadian Pacific Railway 
Company's Irrigation Block, east of Calgary-'-Kurther 

amount reqnircti 

To pay expenses connected with water power investigations 
and reiMjrts in Manitoba, Saskatchewan* Alberta and 
the Railway Belt in British Columbia— Further amoimt 

required. . 

To provide for the redemption of Soiith African Volunteer 
Bountv land certificates under Section 8 of the Volun 

teer Bounty Act. (Revote .?7,000) 

To pay the balance of e.vpenses connected with the moving 
of the residences of the people of the Town of Frank, 

Alberta. (Revote) 

Grant to Cypress Hills Water Users' Association 

To coier the estimated shortage of Gordon Thomson, a 
clerk in the Dominion Lands Office at Saskat(x)n, Sask. 

Canadian National Parks l''urther amount required 

rant in aid of the International Irrigation As.sociation 

Congress to be held at Calgary, Alberta, in 1!)14 

To ))rovide for refund to the Soutliern Albertiv Land Com- 
pany. Limited, subject to security for repayment, with 
interest, u|x)n terms arranged by authority of the 
Governor in Council 



cts. 



S cts. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

Grant towards the erection of a monument at LacoUc Mill, 

Que., for the hei-oes of 1812-14 

Grant towards the completion of the Champlain Monument, 

Ottawa 

Grant towards defraying the expenses of the .Jubilee .Anni- 
versary of the Charlottetown Confederation Convention 

of 18i>4 , 

Grant towards defraying the exjwnses of the Imperial Press 

Conference in 1914 

Contribution to McGill University towards the maintenance 
of a Regional Bureau for Canada for the International 

Catalogue of .Scientific Literature 

Grant t<jwards defraying the e.Niienses of the Social .Service 
Council ot Canada held in Ottawa, February, I'.IU. .. 

.-Vllowance for Private Secretary to Hon. G. H. Peiley 

Special allowance to the Chief .tustice of the Supreme Court 
of Canada to cover travelling and other expenses in con- 
nection with his services while acting as Deputy to His 
Excellency the Governor General— Further amount re- 

nuired . 

Further amount required for the Commission of Conserva- 
tion, for forest surveys .... 

(Jrant towards defraying the preliminary organization 
expenditure of theCan:ulian Peace Centenary .•Vssocialion 

I'ritish Culuniliia bctt^ir terms commission 

.\llowanee to William .1. Stewart, Cliief Hydrographer, for 
services |>erforn-.ed tuider order-iii-council of the 19th 
Oct<)l»-r, 1912, in relaticn to questions undi-r i-onsitlera- 
tion bv tlf Inti-rnational .loint Commission during the 

ye.ir 19141.5 _ 

\monnt re<)uired Ut mei-t exjR'nses ()f tli^ Techniciil Boar<l 
apiHiinted to consider queHliims relating to the level of 
the Lake of the Woods. 



Carriwl forward . 



10,000 00 



28,400 00 



23,500 00 



ir,.S07 86 
2.50 00 

400 00 
(•.5,000 00 

6,000 W 



380,C-73 00 

1,000 CO 
5,000 00 

20,000 00 
25,000 00 

2,000 00 

.MK) 00 
1,200 00 

10,000 00 

2.5,000 00 
40,000 00 

1,000 00 

10,000 00 
14."»,200 00 



tiUPPLEilEyTlRY EfiTIMATES, 1915 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 

Sl PPLEMEXTARY ESTIMATES FOR THE YeAR ENDING iLvRCH 31, 1915. 



25 



"3 



Service. 



Brought forward . 



MISCELL ANEO US- Concluded. 

Public Arciiives — Further amount required 

To proWde for payment to Dr. -T. E. Craig for professional 
services rendered to iliss Annie Thompson, who was 
injured by falling into a drain at the entrance to tlie 

Archives Building in May, 1913 

To provide for printing of departmental publication .showing 
the arms, ttug.*, and badges of the Dominion and PrO' 

vinces, and cerenionial regulations 

Expenses under the Canada Temperance Act — Further 

amount le.'^uired 

Expenses under the Naturalization Act — Further amount 

required . . 

j Allowance to Thomas Mulvey, K.C., Under-Secretary of 
State, for preparation of Report upon Company Capita- 

1 lization Control 

i Grant to Royal Canadian Academy of Arts — Further 

amount required 

Investigations under the Inquiries Act 

To provide for the expenses of Cofnmission to prepare plans 

relating to the cities of Ottawa and Hull 

Grant to the Women's Hostel and Travellers' Aid Society, 

Ottawa 

To compensate William Tate, of Pi-ince Albert, for expenses 
incurred by him in connection with illness contracted 
while'serving with Prince .Albert Volunteer during the 

Rebellion of 188.5 

Gran* in aid of the suffeiers caused by the re<»nt sealing 

disaster in Ne wfoundlanJ 

Grant towards defraying expenses of celebration of 100th 

anniversary of Lundy's Lane I 

Grant in aid of the Canadian General Council of the Boy 

Scouts Association '. 

Grant in aid of Royal Canadian Institute, Toronto 

To provide for expen.ses in connection with Royal Commis-' 
sion to enquire into the state of the Departmental 
Records, including payments to Sir .Joseph Poj^e, 
Sl,OiiO, E. F. .Jarvis .Sl,6<10. Dr. A. G. Doughty .51,000, '< 
F. J. Audet, Seeretarj-. §500, and .\. P. Archambault, 
Messenger, -SlOO 



EXCISE. 

Travelling expenses, rent, fuel, stationery, etc — Further 
amount required 



WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. GAS AND ELECTRIC 
LIGHT INSPECTION. 

Rent, fuel, travelling e.xpenses, stationery, etc., for Weights 
and Measures, including amount for the purchase of 
standards of the metric sj'stem. salaries and other 

expenses of inspectors — Further amount required 

.Salaries of gas and electricity insjiectors — Fuither amount 

required - 

Rent, fuel, travelling expenses, etc., for gas ."ind electric 
inspections and the purchases and repairs of instruments 
— Further amount required 



S cts 



Carried forward 



•S cts. 



143,200 00 



16,000 00 

20 00 

1,000 00 
15,000 00 
20,000 00 

1,000 00 

3,000 00 
4,000 00 

.55,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

25,000 OO 

2,000 00 

5,000 00 
5,000 00 



3,850 00 



6,000 OO 
.5,000 00 

10,000 00 



1-3.823,445 85 



4-3 



26 



SVPPLESIEyrARY ESTIMATES, 1915 

4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 
Supplementary Estimates for the Year ending March 31, 1915. 



Service. 



Bioiight forward. 



•? cts 



RAILWAYS AND CaXALS-CHARGEABLE TO 
COLLECTION OF REVENUE. 

Branch Lines. 



Working expenses— Revote i 500,000 1.10 

Intercolonial Railway. 



031 



Compassionate allowance to the widow of tlie late Whitman 
Banks, who was killed whiln in performance of his' 

duties as brakesman on the Intercolonial Railway ; 

Allowance to Arthur Berube for injuries received while inj 
the performance of his duties as brakesman on the 

Intercolftnial Railway 

Compas-sionate allowance to the widow of the late Frank 
Lynds, who was killed while in the discharge of his 
duties as engine-driver on the Intercolonial Railway. . . 
Compassionate allowance to A. McKenzie, baggage-master 
of tlie I. C. R. at Springhill .let., for his five year old 
daughter who was badly injured at that point. .... 
Compassionate allowance to the widow of the late Enoch 
Rushton, who was killed while in tlie performance of 
his duties as engine-driver on the Intercolonial Railway 
Compassionate allowance to the widow of the late liyron 
Col])itts, who was killed while in the performance 

his duties as fireman on the Intercolonial Railway 

Compassion.ate allowance to the widow of the late David 
K. Cool, who was killed while in the performance of his 
duties a-s engine-driver on the Intercolonial Railway. . 

Canuh. 

Conipa-ssionate allowance to the widow of the late .Tames 
Carr, who was accidentally drowned while in the per- 
formance of his duties as caretaker of dam on the Trent 

Canal 

Compassionate allowance to the widow of the late Norbert 
Deguire, who was accidentally drownel while In the 
I>erforniance of his duties as lalxiurer on the Soul.mges 

canal 

Compassionate allowance to the widow of the late Libcrato 
rignott.a, wlio was killed while in the ^Jerfo^nance of hie 
duties as labourer on I'ort Colborne Elevator 

PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO COLLECTION 
OF REVENUE. 

Telcyrtiith Liiifs. 

Saskatchewan and Alberta— Further amount required 

.Land and cable telegraph lines, Lower St. Lawrence and 
Maritime Provinces, including working exiwnses ol ves- 
I seU requirod for cable .service— Further amount requirwl 
TelegraphT>«r»ice Generally— Further amount refiuired . . , . ■ 

POST OFFICE-OUTSIDE SERVICE. | 

I.Salaries— Further amount require<i 

Mr. F. H. .Smith, Subdivision A of the Second Division 
is hereby transferred to the Post Office Insjiector's 
Office at Erlinctnton a.s a.ssistant jjost offin- insi»ect<tr 

with salary at the rate of S'Ji.'KXI a year 

. To provide for the appointment of an luiditional assistniit 
I iKwt office insiwctor at Victoria 

Carried forward 



1,000 00 

.500 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 GO 

1,000 00 
l.OlKI (K) 
l,U(ill (M 

r.00 00 

500 00 
500 00 



10,000 00 



7.n,000 oo 
5,000 (H). 



.? cts. 



15,S23,«5 85 



175,000 IK) 

•2,500 00 
■J,200 00 



508,000 00 



90,000 00 



i7y,7oo 00 



Vi,'i21,4't.'> b5 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1915 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year ending March 31, 1915. 



27 



Service. 



Brought forward , 

POST OFFICE-OUTSIDE SERVICE— Co-ufu^rf. 

To provide for the appointment of two additional assistant 
post office inspectors at Montreal, one at SijOOC a year, 

and one at SI, 800 a year 

To provide for the appointment of an additional assistant 

post office inspector at Quebec 

To provide for the salary of Mr. F. W. Haniight, acting 
Postmaster at Halifax, from the.Gth April to 30th 

September, -1.914 

Provisional, allowance— Further amount required 

Mail service by railways on account of new rates— Further 

amount required 

To create a Railway Mail Service District at North Bay, 
and to provide for the salary of a Superintendent at 
. Sl,800, and three Third Class Clerks, grade B, at S500 

a year eauh 

To create a Railway Mail Service. District at .Saskatoonj 
and to provide for the salary of a Superintendent at 
$1,800, and three Third Class Clerks, grade B, at .§500 

a year each 

To increase the salary of the Superintendent of the Railway 
Majl Service in the London Division from S2J00 to 
$2,500, the maxirdum salary of a Superintendent of the 

Biailway Mail Service 

To provide for the payment of a compassionate allowance 
to Mrs. Susan Tye, widow ot the late William Daniel 
Tye, formerly a railway mail clerk in the London Dis- 
trict, who wa> killed in a railway wreck on the Grand 
Trunk Eiailway while on duty iii the postal car, on the 
4th February, 1911 



TRADE .A.ND COMMERCE, 

633 Imperial Trade Commission — Further amount required 

634 Statistical Year Book — Further amount required 

635 Supervision, Lake and Ocean freight rates— Salary and 
expenses of official 



•S cts. 



179,700 00 



3,800 00 
i, 800 00 



1,166 66 
2,000 00 

800,000 00 



3,300 00 



3,300 00 



400 0<J 



2,000 00 



10,000 00 
4,000 00 

6,000 00 



SUMMARY. 

Chargeable to Consolidated Fund § g ggg ^gy 

Capital 11 ?! 7721715 00 

§17,438,912 51