Skip to main content

Full text of "Further Supplementary Estimates of sums required for the service of the Dominion for the year ending on the 31st March, 1915."

See other formats


5 GEORGE V. 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5 



A. 1915 



FURTHER SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES 

FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING MARCH 31, 1913. 



as4 



385 



38li 



387 



:58S 



389 



3it0 



3!ll 



Service. 



CHARGES OF MANAGKMENT. 



Commission for payiuent of interejit on Public Debt, and 
purchase of Sinking Funds— Further amount required 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT. 



(j'oi'cnior GeneraVs Seci-cttirt/'s Office — 
Contingencies — 

To provide for an additional aUowance to A. F. 
Sladen, Private Secretary, from .-Vi)ril 1, 1914. 



\Privii Council Office — 
Contingencie.s- 



Sundries — Fiu'ther amount Eeijuiret! 



Depariment of Ju&ticc, iiwhujintj Peitiientiai'if Branch — 
Contingencies — 

Further amount required, incluiling payment of 
■SlOO to Miss Geurgie Avery, for temjtorary ser 
vieeafrom October 1, 1!I14, to Mai-ch 31, 1915 

Depurtiiient of the Secretarii of Stute - 
Contingencies : — 

Printing and stationery . 
Sundries 

Ocpurlmeiit of inland Rticnuc— 
Contingencies — 

Clerical as.«istan(;e, and travelling expenses- 
Further amount required 



Department of the NitvoU Service — 

To piovide for the promotion of one clerk from First 
, Division, Subdivision B. to First Division, Sub- 
division A 

[Department of Pubtlc Work^ — 

To appoint E. L Horwood, Chi- f Architect, at $7,000 
{ per annum, from October 1, 1914 

{Post office Deptirliiient - 

Contingencies — 
j Clerical and other assistance — Further amount 
required 



Carried forward J. 



3,000 00 
1,000 00 



S cts. 



300 00 



SOO OO 



8,000 00 



4,0(J0 00 



4,000 00 



300 UO 



■6, am 00 



2,500 00 



23,400 00 



3-1 



2 FURTHER SUPPLEMENTARY ESTmATES, 1915 

5 GEORGE v.. A. 1915 
Further Supplementary Estimates for the Year ending March 31, 1915. 




Brought forward 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Concft«f<rf. 

Hifjh Commissioner's Office, London — 

Allowance to W, L. Griffith, Secretary to the Office of 
the High Commissioner for Caiiafla, London, Eng- 
land, to cover extra expenses while in sole charge 
of the office from January to June, 1914 

Kent, office keeping expenses, fuel, light and repairs, 
including amount required for alterations and 
furniture in connection with additional office space. 

Department of Eiterwil Affairs— 

To provide for the salary of one clerk in First 
Division, Subdivision B, from October 1, 1914, ."vt 

§2,800 per annum 

Contingencies — 

Printing and stationery — Further amount required. 

PENITENTIARIES. 



396 
.■597 



398 



oiXt 00 
5,500 00 



1,400 00 
1,000 00 



Kingston— FiTther amount required 

St. \'incent de Paul— Further amount lecpiired, including 
an allowance of S200 to .T. J. Kane, in lieu of removal 

expenses from Dorchester to St. Vincent de Paul 

Dorchester— Further amount requited, including an allow- 
ance of $200 to J. P. Forster, in lieu of ren.oval expenses 

from St. Vincent de Paul to Uorcliester 

Manitiiba — Further amount required 

British Columbia— Further umount required 

Alb.-ita— Further amount required 

Saskatchew.an— Further amount re(|uired 



23,400 00 



LEGISLATION. 

(tENE11.\L. 

Contingencies of tlie Clerk of the Cro« ii in Chancery, in 
eluding the employment of temporary help- Further 

amount required 

To defray expenses in connection with the preparation, etc., 
of a Dominion Electoral Atlas based on the Redistri 
bution Act of VM 

ARTS AND AGRICULTURE. 

Health of animals— Further amount required 

To provide a further amount for the administration and 
enforcement of The Lkrtruetirc Infect and Pcft Act— 
Govt rnor General's \Varrant . 



PENSIONS. 

PensitniB payable to militiamen on account of the Rebellion 
of lt>-<5," and active sei vice generally Further amount 
required 

To provide an annual allowance to M»<lame I'abie, widow 
of the lute Hon. Hector I'abre 



Carried forward. 



6,000 00 



2,400 00 



15,000 00 



15,000 00 



10,000 00 
10,000 00 
l.-i,000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 01) 



13,670 48 



:!i,i?oo 00 



1,.M10 00 
8,.500 00 



85,000 00 



10,000 00 



65,000 00 
20,000 00 



2,000 00 
1,000 00 



8.5,000 00 



.1,000 00 



228,476 4S 



FURTHER SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1915 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5 

Further Supplementary Estimates for the Year ending March 31, 1915. 



o 
> 



400 
401 
402 
403 



Brought forward. 

MILITIA AND DEFENCE. 

Maintenance Military Propeities — Further amount required 

Salaries and Wages — Further amount required 

Schools of Instruction — Further amount required 

Gratuities to Professors of the Royal Military College on 
retirement 



Servicie. 


S cts. 


$ cts. 


.? cts. 











RAILWAYS AND CANALS-CHARUEABLE TO 
CAPITAL. 



R.ill.VVAT.S. 

Iniercolonial Hailioay. 

404 Halifax — Docks and wh.arfs— Further amount required 
Transcontinental Mailwai/. 

405 Construction — Further amount required 

International Railwap. 

406 To bring line up to Intercolonial Branch line standard . . 
[ ^ew Brunswick and Prince Eitoard Isiand Railway. 

407 jxo bring line up to Intercolonial Branch line standard . 
Hudson Bait Hailivay, 

408 Construction— Further amount required 



409 



Canals— C.^PiTiL. 

Wtlland Canal. 

Enlarging Port Colbome elevator- -Further amount re 
quired 



410 



RAILWAYS AND CANALS— CHARGEABLE TO 
INCOME. 



Miscellaneous. 

Governor General's Cars— Attendance, repairs, .and alter 
ations to— Further amount required 



Carried forward.. 



(iO.OOO 00 
14,000 00 
40,000 00 

15,190 00 



300,000 00 
832,845 61 
1,300 00 
24,700 00 
3.->0,000 00 



30,000 00 



228,476 4S 



129,1110 00 



I,.'i38,845 61 



5,000 Of» 
1,901,512 Oft 



4 



FURTHER SL FI'LEMFXTART Ef^miATES, 1915 

5 GEORGE v.. A. 1915 
Further Supplementary Estimates for the Year ending March 31, 1915. 



o 
> 



Service. 



Brought forward. 



411 



412 



413 I 



414 



H5 



r 
i 

416 ■! 



417 



PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO INCOME. 

Public Buiuiincs. 

Manitoba, 

Winnijieg jmblic buildings — To provide for coiniiuitation of 
local improvements and other taxes, including arrears, 
interest, etc 



Rents, Ite/jairs, Furniturt, Heating, etc. 

Dominion Public Buildings : — 

Salaries of caretakers, engineers, firemen, etc- 
araount required 



-Further 



H.iKBOCRS ANi> Rivers. 



Nora Scotia, 



Blaiidford — Breakwater.. 
Pugwash — Repairs to wharf . 



Neil: Britnairick: 

Dipper Harbour — In full and final settlementof claim of T. P. 
Charleson in connection with extension of breakwater. . 



cts. -S cts. 



I>13 02 
500 00 



Queliec. 

Cap a r,\igle — Repairs to and extension of wharf 
Ontario, 



Goat Island — Dredging 

Kincardine — Construction of breakwater ... 

North Bay— To pay claims in connection with E. Conroy's 

contract for construction of bre-ikwater 

St. John Creek — Stop log dam 

Whitbj* — Harbour improvements — Revote of lapsed amount 



38,800 00 
70,791 00 

ti,319 25 
1,000 00 
2,440 00 



Miscellaneous. 

Montreal Ship Dry Dock — To pay the Canadian Vickers, 
Limited, a portion of the first payment of subsidy due 
tliem u[x)n their completion of the work under the Dry 
Docks .Subsidies Act 1910, notwithstanding that the 
work is not completed 



Carried forward.. 



12,097 89 



18,000 00 



1,113 02 



3,264 78 



1,848 26 



119,350 25 



101,636 50 



1,901,512 09 



257,310.70 



2,158,822 79 



SESSI 



FURTHER SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1915 
ONAL PAPER No. 5 
Further Supplementary Estimates for the Year ending March 31, 1915. 



5 



MAIL SUBSIDIP^S .A.ND STEAMSHIP SUB- 
VKNTIONS. 

Steam service between Halifax and LiveqKiol or Glasgow. 



DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVAL SERVICE. 

Patrol of the northern waters of Canada — Further amount 

required 

To provide a further amount for the removal of obstructions 
in the Fraser River, British Columbia— Governor 

General's Warrant 

Compensation to families of drowned fishermen— Governor 
General's Warrant 



Service. 



Brought forward. 



LIGHTHOUSE AND COAST SERVICE. 

Agencies, rents and contingencies — Further amount re- 
quired . . 

Administration of pilotiige and maintenance and repairs to 

steamer Eureka — Further amount lequired 

Construction of a vessel to replace the Scout — Further 
amount required 



SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTIONS. 

( Department of the Interior. ) 

Construction and installation of a large reflecting telescope 
for the Dominion Astronomical Observatory. (West- 
ern Branch). — Further amount required. 



INDIANS. 

Ontario anil Quebec. 
To provide a further amount for relief of destitute Indians. 
Nora Scotia. 

To provide a further amount for relief of destitute Indians. 

New BrunsH'ick. 

To provide a further amount for relief of destitute Indians. 

Manitoba^ Saskatchewan, Alberta and N. W.T. 

To provide a further amount for seed grain 

To provide a further amount for relief of destitute Indians . 



British Columbia. 
To provide a further amount for relief of destitute Indians. 
General. 

To provide a further amount for relief of destitute Indians. 
To provide a further amount for smal!|X)x epidemic 



Carried forward.. 



50,000 00 

oO.OOO 00 
2,400 CO 



7,000 00 
7,000 00 
•43,000 00 



10,000 GO 



1,000 00 



1,000 00 



18,941 CO 
20,000 00 



10,000 00 



10,000 00 
10,000 00 



■? cts. 



2,158,822 79 



4.000 00 



102,400 00 



57,000 00 



4,939 »0 



80,941 00 
2,408,103 59 



FURTHER SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1915 

5 GEORGE v., A. 1915 
Further Supplementary Estimates for the Year ending March 31, 1915. 



Service. 




Brought forward. 



ROYAL NORTHWEST MOUNTED POLICE. 

Subsistence, forage, fuel and light, clothing, buildings, 
repairs and renewals, horses, dogs, arms and ammuni- 
tion, medical .stores, billeting, transport, water service, 
stationery and contingencies. — Further amount re- 
•qiiired 



DOMIXION LANDS AND PARKS. 

To pay the .4Iberta Railway and Irrigation Company, suc- 
cessors to the Canadian North West Irrigation Company, 
compensation for deficiency in area, .S43,439.34, and 
interest at 5% per annum on over-payment of .§30,707.41 
from 12th June, 1909, to 31st August. 1914, §9,579 13 
To pay the fees of the Board of E.xaminers for Dominion 
Land Surveyors, of the Secretary and of the Sub 
Examiners, and for travelling expenses, stationery, 
printing, rent of rooms and furniture, etc. — Furthur 

amount required 

Canadian National Parks — Further amount required. . . . 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



Cannda Gauttc — Further amount required 

Distribution of Pai liaraentary Documents — Further amount 

required 

Miscellaneous printing— Further amount required. .... 
For supjjly of Canadian publicatiims to Library of the High 

Conmiissioner's Oftice — Further amount required .... 
To provide for the purchase of 400 copies of the life of Sir 

Geo. E. Cartier by John Boyd.. '. ... ... 

To ijrovide for the payment to J. F. Champagne tor design 
ing and illuminating an address to T. R. H. the Duke 

and Duchess of Connaught 

Investigations under the Inquiries Act — Further amount 

required .. 

For the relief of sufferers by the colliery disaster at Hill 
crest, Alberta, on .Tune 19, 1914— (lovernor General's 

Warrant 

To provide for the expenses of the Acting High Commis 

sioner, London, England 

Liquidation Union Life -Assurance Company— Additional 
amount required, including charges of Counsel repre- 
senting the Department of Insurance at prosecution of 
directors 



EXCISE. 

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

Carried forward 



$ cts. 



53,018 47 



250 00 
32,000 00 



20,000 00 

1,000 00 

50,000 00 

500 00 
2,000 00 

600 00 
2,500 GO 

50,000 00 
13,000 00 

6,606 74 



.? cts. 



2,408,103 59 



60,000 00 



85,268 47 



146,206 74 



26,000 00 



2,725,578 80 



FURTHER SVPPLEMENfARY ESTIMATES, 1915 



7 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5 

Further Supplementary Estiniiitcs for the Year ending March 31, 1915. 



445 ^ 



Brought forward. 



RAILWAYS AND CANALS-CHARGEABLE TO 
COLLECTION OF REVENUE. 

R.\IL\VAVS. 

Prince Edward Island Railwaj— Working expenses 
Further amount required . . 

New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island Railway- 
Working expenses, inchiding Governor General's 
Warrant for .525,000 

International Railway — Working expenses — Governor 
General's Warrant ^ 

National Transcontinental Railway— Oiieration of line, 
Mon'.ton to Levis— Further amount required 

St. John and C^uebec Railway— Opeiaiion of line. 

MlSCELL.\XEOl s. 

Amount required to pay compassionate allowances to the 
widows and other dependents of the captain and crew 
of the C. G. S. Sharon, supposed to have been lost at 
sea 



447- 



448 ^ 



POST OFFICE-OtTTSIDE SEK\ ICE. 

S.\LAKIE.S. 



Salaries — Further amount requiied 

Provisional allowance — Further amount required. 



449 



-Fur 



M.4II. StKVU K. 

Ordinary land service, including rural mail deli\ery- 

ther amount required 

Mail service by railways — Further amount required., 
Rural mail delivery boxes — Further amount required 

MISCEI.I.ASEOIS. 

To pay railway mail clerks for extra .-services at the Port of 
Quebec in checking incoming British mails, notwith- 
standing anything to the contrary in the Chdl Service 
Act 

To provide for the i>ayment of a compassionate allowance 
to Mrs. Faija, widow of the late .J. H. K. Faija, for 
merly a railway mail clerk in the Winnipeg District, 
who was killed in a rail«ay wreck on the Canadian 
Northern Railway while on duty in the postal car on the 
oth June, 1914 ". 

ITo pay to the children of the late Mi. F. W. Hanright, 
Postmaster at Halifax, who died on the ol.st December, 
1914, a gratuity equal to two months' salary 

To comi)ensate The Canadian Import Company, Montreal, 
for the recovery of His Majesty's mails from the 
Empress of Ireland 



y cts. 



.$ cts. 



372,600 00 
17,000 00 



365,000 00 
300,000 00 
105,000 00 



50,000 00 

50,000 00 

100,000 00 

30,000 00 
15,000 CO 



16,500 00 



1$ cts. 



2,725,578 80 



389. GOO 00 



770,000 00 



261,500 00 



Carried forward 



375 05 



2,000 00 



541 GO 



5,000 00 



,916 71 



1,167,516 71 
4,:54,595 51 



8 FVRTBER SUPPLEMENTARY EUTIilATES, 1915 

5 GEORGE v., A. 1915 
Further Supplementary Estimates for the Year ending March 31, 1915. 



St-rviee. 



Brought forward. 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 
4.tO Canada Year Book — Further amount required 



$ Ct8. 



UNPROVIDED ITEMS FOR 19ia 14. 

4")! To cover unprovided items 1913-14, as per Auditor General's 
: Reix)rt for 1913-14, Part h, page 4 



Total 



S cts. 



4,154,595 51 



1,250 00 



208,695 03 



4,361^^14 



SUMMARY. 

Chargeable to Consolidated Fund * 2,016,999 90 

Capital 1,.538,845 61 

I'nprovided items 208.695 63 



Total. 



•s 4,364,541