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5 GEORGE V. 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 



A. 1916 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES 



FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING MARCH 31, 1916. 



Service. 



452 



453-^ 



4.54 



455 



450 



457 



4.t8 



459 



4fi() 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT. 

PHrif Council Office — 
Contingencies — 

Sundries — Further amount required 

Department of Justice, inciuding Penitcntiarti Branch — 
To appoint JIIss Georgie Avery to the Third Division, 

Subdivision B, at .?8U0 • 

Dominion Police — 

To provide for one clerk in Third Division, Sub- 
di\nsion B 

Office of the Auditor General — 

Contingencies — Temix)rary clerical assi.stance — Further 
amount required 



Department of Inland Eetienitc — 
Contingencies — 

Sundries — Further amount required 



Department of Trade and Commerce — 
Census and Statistics Branch — 

To provide for one clerkship in Third Division, 
SubdiWsion B 



Department of External Affairs — 

To provide for two clerkships in Third Division, Sub- 
division B, at .S650 each 



LEGISLATION. 

House ov Commons. 

To provide for payment of the full sessional indemnity of 
members of the House of Commons — daj's lost through 
absence caused by illness or public business during the 
present Session— Notwithstanding anything to the con- 
trary in Chapter 10 of tlie Revised Statutes of Can.ida, 
An Act respecting the Senate and House of Commons, 
or any amendments thereto — Payment to l>e made 
as the Treasury Board may direct 



ARTS AND AGRICULTURE. 

Exhibitions— Further amount required 



IMMIGRATION. 

Relief other than seed grain for settlers in the Provinces of 
Alberta and Saskatchewan 



Carried forward., 



cts. 



.$ cts. S cts. 



1,000 00 



800 00 

500 00 



1,300 00 
5,000 00 

5,000 00 

800 00 
1,300 00 



14,400 (K) 



19,000 00 



3(J,000 00 



1,275,000 00 



1,338,400 (10 



Oa — 1 



2 SUPPLmEyTARV ESTIMATES, 1915-16 

5 GEORGE v., A. 1915 
Supplementary Estimates for the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1916. 



Pensions— Kiiropean war 

To providfr an annual allowance lo Madame Fabre, widow 
of the late Hon. Hector Fabre 



Service. 



Brought forward 

PEN.SIONS. 



$ cts. j 



§ cts 



-MILITIA AND DEFENCE- 

Engirieer service.* and works — Further amount required. 
Repairs to S.S. Alfrala 



RAILWAYS AND CANALS-CHARCEABLE TO 
CAPITAL. 

R.^H,w.^vs. 

I iitcrr-fi/on utl RnUwii ». 



Bathurst — Spur line 

Branch line from Sunny Brae to Mulgrave 
Levis— New coaling ])lant 



2,000,000 00 
1,000 00 



28,700 00 
6,750 00 



Cana 1,8— Capit.a I,. 

WelMnd Caiml. 
Enlarging Port CoUxirne Elevator ... 



RAILWAYS AND CANALS-CHARGEABLE TO 
INCOME. 

Canals— Incosk. 
Unlcau Catuil. 

Improving Vmnks — Canal at Ottawa 

PUBLIC WORKS-CHARGEABLE TO CAPITAL. 

PUBUC BUIT.DINOS. 

Ottawa Eastern Di partniontal Block — .\ddition- To com- 
plete 



62,400. 00 
1,000,000^00 
75,000 00 



Hauiioi'hs ami RlVKR.S. 

Port Arthur aud Koi t William — Harbourand river improve- 
ments — Further amount required 

Vancouver Harbour, U C— Improvements Further 
amount required 



PUHLK; WORKS-CHARGEABLE TO INCOME. 

PlHLIC BflLDINCS. 
Nora Scotiii. 



Halifax Customs House. - Improvements 
Sydur-y public Imilding— Improvements. 



Jfcf Brunswick. 
St. .John Custom House — Improvements — Revote . 

Carried forward 



3,000 00 
3,000 00 



1,137,4(10(10 



25,000 00 



2.5.0(10 no 



500,000 (10 
350,000 00 



6,000 00 



1,500 00 



7,500 00 



2,001,000 00 



5,432,250 00 



SUI-f'LEMEXTAKY lisriMATEni. 19lo-l6 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 

Supplementary Estimates for the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, I'JIC. 



3 



Brought forward 



$ fts. 



$ cts. 



7,5110 Oij 



m'BIJC WORKS-CHARaEABLE TO INCOME 
— Conthmed. 

PcBLic huli.mNGS— Continued. 

Arthabastka public building — Settlement of claim of A. 
Quesnel for the erection of retaining wall and levelling 

of ground 

Quebec Customs and examining warehouse — Alterations and 
inipiovements--Further amount required-'Revote SB, 000 
Shawvillp- -Public building— Further amount retjuired . ... 

Ontario, 

m 

Brantford drill liall — Guverument's share of cost of sewer 
and road pavement laid on Brant Avenue and West 

Street, iticlusive of interest on arrears of taxes 

Brockville public building — Alterations and iiuprovenfients. 
Kemptville — Public building— Additional land required.. . . 
Kingston public buildings — To pay municipal authorities 
Government's share of cost of asphalt block pavement 

laid in front of buildings 

Lindsay public building— Improvements — Revote 

London armouries — To pay municipal authorities, Govern- 
ment's share of cost of asphalt pavement laid on 

Waterloo Street 

London Fair Grounds — Rebuilding grand stand 

Ottawa departmental buildings — Lungeviu Block— Repairs 

to copper roof 

Ottawa Parliament and Departmental buildings, etc. — 

Fire protection 

Prescott Customs house— New roof, etc. — Further amount 

required 

Prescott post oflice— New roof, etc. ... 

St. Catharines public building — To pay Government's share 
of cost of sewer and pavement laid on King and Queen 

Streets, inclusive of interest 

Sydenham — Puulic building 

Waterloo i>ublic building — To pay municipal authorities 
Government's share of cost of bitulithic pavement, 
cement sidewalks and. sewer laid on Duke and King 
Streets, inclusive of interp.'t | 

Manitoba, 

Souris public building — To pay muuicipal authorities Gov-j 
ernment's share of cost of granolithic sidewalk and 
sewer laid in front of building on Crescent Street .... 
Portage la Prairie public buildings — Electric wiring and 

fixtures 

Portage la Prairie public buildings — To provide for payment 
of Government's share of cost of sidewalk and sewers 

laid in front of buildings, inclusive of interest 

Winnipeg — Elmwood site, Government's share of cost of 
granolithic sidewalk laid on east side of .Stadacona St., 

from Jasper Ave. to Talbot Ave. 

Winnipeg Customs House (old P.O.) — Repairs and im- 
provements 

Winnipeg — Drill hall (new) — Further amount required .... 



1,290 00 

20,000 00 
10,000 00 
i 31,290 00 



5, (32,250 00 



%m 81 

2,400 00 
1,.500 00 



2,289 80 
8.000 00 



425 97 
15,000 00 

2,000 00 

3,000 00 

1,000 00 

2,000 00 

1,761 36 
5,000 00 



7-r4 «7 



99 05 
1,200 00 

I 

(ioo 00 [ 

166 97 j 

4,000 00 
50,000 00 



45,981 61 



56,066 02 



Carried forward, 



5,4,32,250 OO 



4 SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1915-16 

5 GEORGE v., A. 1915 
Supplementary Estimates for the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1916. 



> 

"o 



475| 



476 



477"! 

I 

I 



478- 



479 



480- 



Service. 



Brought forward. 



$ cte. 



PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO INCOME 
—Coyitinued. 



Public Buildings — CwuiwIeO. 
Saskatchewan. 

Weyburn public btiilding — To pay municipal authorities 
Government's share of cost of sewer laid on Fourth 
street, inclusive of interest 

Alberta. 



Lethbridge— New public building— Revotu 
British Cohtvibia. 



Como.\ — Public building — To complete — Revote 

New Westminster City — To pay Government's share of 
cost of pavement laid on McKenzie street between 
Clarkson and Carnarvon streets in front of Indi.an and 
Fisheries building, inclusive of mterest 

New Westminster public building — Fittings, etc. — Revote 



Rents, Rbp.mks, Fi'rnituue, Hkating, etc. 

Salaries of caretakers, engineers, tirenieu, etc,--Further 

amount required , 

Ottawa New Departmental Buildings site— To pay local 
improvement taxes for sidewalks, pavements, sewers, 
etc 



HaRBOUKS and RlVKH.S. 

Nova Scotia. 

Arisaig — Extension and in^provemen ts to wharf —Further 
amount required 

Canning — Repairs to wharf 

Centreville (Trout Cove)— In full and final settlement of E. 
R. Reid's claim in~ connection with construction of 
breakwater 

Kelly's Cove — Repairs to breakwater 

Kingsjiort — Repairs to pier 

Little Anse — Repairs to breakwater 

Middle Country Harbour— Wharf repairs and improYe 
nients 

Moslier's Bay — Breakwater — Further amount required. . . . 

Sh.ag Harbour — Wharf repairs and improvements — Revote. 



Neir Brunswick. 



Lower Caraquet— Repairs to wharf i 

Quaco— Repairs to breakwater extension . . 

Stonehaven— To repair breakwater — Further amount re 

quired 

Upper Caraquet — To repair and rebuild wharf 



Carried forward., 



140,837 63 



2,000 00, 



875 00 
9,000 00 



30,000 00 
10,875 44 



700 00 
800 00 



22,439 96 
1,500 00 
3,000 00 
600 00 

650 00 
4,000 00 
1,000 00 



1,800 00 
4,500 00 

1,500 00 
2,700 00 



S ct*. 



5,432,250 00 



124 01 



.j.OOO 00' 



11,875 00 



40,S75 44 



si,i;s!i :h; 



10,500 00 



243,902 04 . 6,432,250 00 



SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1915-16 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 

Supplementary Estimates for the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1916. 



6 



o 

> 



481 { 



482-^ 



483 



48) I 



Service. 



Cts. 



Brought forward. 



PUBLIC WORKS-CHARGEABLE TO INCOME 
— Continued, 



Harbours a.\'d Rivers — Cmitinual. 



Prvice Edward Js/und, 

Summerside —Repairs to breakwater 

Tignish Harl^our — Repairs to breakwater and beach pro- 
tection — Further amount required 



Quebec. 

Anse au Grilfond — Repairs and improveuients tu piers. . . , 

Batiscan — Wharf — Furtlier amount required 

Cap de la Madeleine — Eulargeuienc of wharf 

Oharaplain — Repairs to wharf — Further amount required. . 

Escoumains — Repairs to wharf 

Gaspe Basin — Improvements to wharf 

Les Eboulements — Repairs to wharf 

Maria — Repairs to beach protection 

Newport Island — Repairs to breakwater 

Ste. Adelaide de Pabos— Repairs to breakwater approach. . 

Ste. Anne de Beaiipre — To rei)air wharf 

St Irenee— Repairs to wharf — Further amount required . . . 
St. Jean Port Joli — Repairs to wharf. . . . 

Ontario. 

Bayfield — Repaii-s to piers 

Elk Lake— \Vhart improvements and repairs 

Hamilton — Harbour inii>rovenients — Revote .Sni(,l)00. ..... 

Kingston — Harbour improvements- Further amount re- 
quired 

Kingston Royal Military College — Repairs to wharfs . . 

Port Elgin— Renewal to breakwater 

Providence Bay — Repairing and strengthening wharf 

British Columbia. 

Arrowhead — Wharf — Revote 

Campbell River — Repairs to wharf 

Fraser Ki\'er — Improvements — Further auiouut required. . 

Massett — Repairs to wharf on Indian Reserve 

Queen Charlotte City — Repairs to wharf 

Skidegate —Repairs to wharf on Indian Reserve 



Telegkai'H A.\n Telkphone Li.xes. 



Nora Srotia. 

Cape Breton lines — Renewal of ix)les between li)gi>ni8h and 
Meat Cove ... 



i:j,8oo 00 

1,000 00 



Carried forward.. 



750 00 
8,000 00 
6,300 00 
1,300 00 
.5,000 00 
8,000 00 
1,900 00 
1,C00 00 
1,600 00 
1,500 00 
19,000 00 
1,800 00 
1,0011 00 



3,000 OO 
800 00 
250,000 00 

12.8,000 00 
2,000 00 
10, .500 00 
3,200 00 



15,000 00 
5,100 00 
100,000 00 
4,700 00 
5,700 00 
fi,800 00 



3,300 00 



3,300 00 



* ets. 



243,902 04 



14,800 00 



57,730 00 



397,500 00 



137, .300 00 



S ets. 



5,432,250 00 



851,252 04 5,432,250 00 



6 



SOPPLEME'STjS.RT estimates. Wlo-16 

5 GEORGE v., A. 1915 
Supplementary Estimates fob the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1916. 



. of Vote. 


Servic**. 


cts, 


•* cts. 


cts. 


y. 












Brought forward 


3,300 I Ki 


851,252 04 


5,432,2.50 00 




I'UBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO INCOME 
Concluded. 










Tbi.egkaph ani> Telkphone Iakvs— Concluded. 










British Columbia. 








mi 


f 


Alburui — Clayoquot telegraph line — Office building at 

Okanagan Valley Telephone SyRtem— Compassionate allow- 
ance to the widow of the late P. Johnson, who was 
killed while on duty near Midway, B.C., 29th Oct., 1914 

Okanugan Valley Telephone System — Repairs and improve - 

Vancouver Island Telegraph and Telephone Lines— General 
rei)airs and improvements 


2,.")00 00 

.-.00 00 
15,000 00 
4 OOO 00 


25,300 OC 














MiSCELLA.NKOU.S. 








JH7- 




Oeeji Waterway's ( lunimission — To coiiiplett' the dehiiitioii 
and demarcation of the international boundary between 
the United States and Canada from Pigeon River to 
St. Regis, as provided for by Article 4 of the Treaty of 
April 11th, 1908. inclusive of payments authorized to 
Wm. J. Stewart, chief hydrographic surveyor. Depart- 
ment of the Naval Service, as a member of the Board of 


UpOO 00 










Lake Winnipeg— Inspection tug — To complete alterations — 


3,000 00 


4,iRHi 0(1 










88u,o52 04 












MINES AND liEOLOGlCAL SURVEY. 










Minks Branch. 








488 


To provide for the cost of experimental tests of low grade 
magnetic iron ores, with a vie* to makini,' pifr steel 
direct therefrom, on a commercial basis. 

Geological Si'bvky Branch. 




lO.OiKI 00 










489 


To pay Mabel G. Brown, assistant phobigi'apher, for services 
from the exi>iration of lier temporary employment, 
October Ist to December 4th, 1;114, at -SGd per month. . , 




125 SO 










10,125 SO 












DOMINION LANDS AND PAUK.s. 












To pay the balance of expenses connected with the moving 
of tlie residences of the people of -the Town of Frank, 




145,839 32 

140,573 00 
250 CO 




490 ^ 




To provide for refund to the Southern Alberta Land Com- 
pany, Limited, subject to security for repayment, with 
interest, upon terms arranged by authority of the Gov- 








I 


Grant to Cypress HilU Water Users' Association 




154,662 32 












Carried forward 






6,477,590 16 



SUPPLmfENTART ESTIMATEH, 1915-16 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 

Supplementary Estimates for the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1916. 



service. 



491 
492 
493 



494 



495 



496 



Brought forward 

MISCELLANEOUS. 



Canadian Associated Press 

'Allowance for Private Secretary to Sir George Perley 

Special allowance to the Chief Justice of the Supreme 
Court of Canada, to cover travelling and other expense.'* 
in connection with his services while acting as Deputy 
to His Excellency the Governor General — Omitted 
from Main Estimates 

To I'Jrovide for the salary of a Private Secretary, and clerical 
services, to the Hon. .J. A. Lougheed, a memljer of the 
Cabinet and Leader of the Senate (payment may be 
made to a member of the Senate Staff notwithstanding 
the Civil Service Art)— Vnrthf^r amount required. 



EXCISE. 

To provide foi stamps, stationery, salaries, travelling ex- 
penses, etc., etc., in connection with War Tax 



RAILWAYS AND CAN ALS - CHARGEABLE TO 
COLLECTION OF REVENUE. 

Misneilaitfou^. 

Compassionate allowance to the widow of the late Fred, 
.lacobs, who was killed while in the performance of his^ 
duties as brakesman on the Intercolonial Railway 

Compassionate allowance to the widow of the late Charles 
Hughes, who was killed while in the performance of 
his duties as yardman, at Halifax, on the Intercolonial 
Railway 

!Compassionate allowance to the widow of the late Maurice 
P. LeBlanc, who was killed while in the performance 
of his duties as brakesman on the Intercolonial Rail- 



way 



Compassionate allowance to the widow of the late George 
' A. Zimmerman, who was injured while in the perforin- 
I ance of his duties as shoveller at the Government Grain 

I Elsvator, Port Colborne, and subsetiuently died 

Gratuity to Jacob Isakesen, cook on the <iovernnient 
SS. Scotia, who was injured at Mulgrave in October, 
1914 



TRADl'; AND COM.MERLi:. 
497 Canjida Year Book — Further amount rtTpiirf d. 



6,477,590 16 



3,750 00 
1,200 00 



2,.5C|P 00 



GOO 00 



500 00 

rM) 00 

250 00 

2,000 00 
- 160 00 



8,050 00 



175,000 00 



3,400 (10 



3,500 00 



6,667,540 16 



Sl^MMARY. 

Chargeable to Consolidated F\uid .S 4,630,140 16 

Capital 2,037,400 OO 



.$ 6,667,540 16