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10 GEORGE V 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 


A. 1920 


FURTHER SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMAl'ES 

FOR THE YEAR ENDING MARCH 31, 1921. 


No. 

of 

Vote. 


Service. 


$ cts. 


S cts. 


S cts. 


442 - 


443- 


444 


445 


446 


447 

448 

449' 

450 


CIVIL GOVERXMEXT. 

Secretary of State — 

Contingencies. — Further amounts required. 

Clerical Assistance 

Printing and Stationery 

Administration of Companies Act and Amending 
Act 


3.000 00 

2.000 00 

1,000 00 


Royal Canadian Mounted Poli e — 

To provide for the transfer of one Clerk, Third Divi- 
sion, Sub-Division A 

To provide for the transfer of one Clerk, Third Divi- 
sion, Sub-Division B 

Contingencies — Further amount required 


1,100 00 

750 00 
4.000 00 


Auditor General's Office — 

Contingencies — 

Clerical assistance — Further amount required 

Department of Finance. 

To transfer to the permanent staff clerks now employed 
in a temporary* capacity on the work of the Depart- 
ment of Finance, at their present rates of remu- 
neration or at the minimum classified rates when 
higher than present salaries, such clerks having 
already been classified by the Civil Service 
Commission and transfers to be subject to the 

control of the Commission 

Department of Customs and Inland Revenue — 

To provide for the salap^ of Mr. J. U. Vincent, 
former Deputy Minister of Inland Revenue 
to the 31st May, 1920, at $5,000 per annum. . 
To provide for the salaries of clerks emploj'ed in 
connection with the administration of the 
Special War Revenue Act, as amended Maj* 19. 

1920 

Contingencies: 

Further amount required on account of adminis- 
tration of the Special War Revenue Act as 
amended May 19, 1920 


Department of Public — 

Contingencies — Further amount required. . 

Department of Trade and Commerce — 

Parent and Copyiqht Offire: Cont.n^cnzics. 


6,000 00 


5.850 00 


20.000 00 


833 33 


150,000 00 


25.000 00 


200.000 00 


Department of External Affairs — 

To provide for one Senior Clerk Stenogra- 
pher 

To provide for one File Clerk 


175.833 33 


15,000 00 


12.000 00 


1.380 00 
960 00 


Department of Labour — 

To provide for the re-appointment of Gerald H 
Brown as Assistant Deputy Minister of 
Labour, from the 1st April, 1920, at $4,250' 
per annum i 


-I 2,340 00 

I 


Carried forward . 


100 00 


437,123 33 


2 


FURTHER SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1920-21 


10 GEORGE V, A. 1920 


No 

of 

Vote. 


451 


452 ^ 


453 


454 


455 


455 


Service. 


Brought forward 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT— 


Ctri7 Service Commission — 

Two Senior Civil Service Examiners. 

Additional amount required to cover transfer of one 
Senior Investigator 


Contingencies — 

Additional amount required to meet cost of 
holding examinations required by law, in- 
cluding advertising 

Clerical assistance — Further amount required . 
Additional amount required to complete appli- 
cation of classification 

Additional amount required for re-organization 
of the Department of Public Printing and 
Stationery 


Air Board — 

Salaries 

Contingencies. 


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 


To provide annual fee to 
professional services... 


O. M. Biggar, K.C. for 


PENITENTIARIES. 

To provide for the purchase of equipment, machinery 

and materials, for penitentiaries 

Compassionate allowance to the widow and family of 
the late Guard Purcell of Kingston Penitentiary, 
killed in the execution of his duty 


LEGISLATION. 

Sen.\te. 

To provide payment of the full sessional indemnity for 
the session of 1920 to members of the Senate for 
days lost through absence caused by illness, public 
business, or on account of death. Payment to be 

made as the Treasury’ Board may direct 

Sessional Staff — Further amount required 


House of Commons. 

Contingencies — To provide payment of the full sessional 
indemnity of members of the House of Commons 
— days lost through absence caused by illness, 
public business, being engaged in necessary farm- 
ing operations, or on account of death during the 
present Session, — notwithstanding anything to the 
contrary in C'hapter 10 of the Revised Statutes. 
An Act respecting the Senate and House of Com- 
mons, or any amendments thereto — Payment to 
be made as the Treasury Board may direct 
Miscellaneous (including clerical assistance to the 
Lea<ler of the Opposition at S075 per annum) — 

Further amount required 

To provide an allowance to the Private Secretary of 
the Deputy Speaker 


Carried forward. 


cts 


1,860 00 
2,940 00 

5,000 00 

10,000 00 

9,630 00 
13,720 00 


50.000 00 

50.000 00 


3.000 00 

5.000 00 


10,000 00 

75 00 
600 00 


10,675 00 


$ cts 


437,123.33 


43, 150 00 


100,000 00 


25,000 00 

2,000 00 


8,000 00 


8.000 00 


$ cts. 


580,273 33 


10,000 00 


27,000 00 


617,273,33 


FURTHER SVPPLEIIEXTART ESTIMATES, 1920-21 


3 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 


Xo. 

of 

Vote. 

Sei^’ice. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

S cts. 



10, 675 00 

8,000 00 

617,273 33 


LEGISLATION— Concfurfcd. 


Sergeant-at-Arms. 

✓ 



1 

! 

457^ 

t 

1 

[ 

Sessional Messengers — Further amount required 

Sessional Ser\'ants — Further amount required 

Sessional Charwomen — Further amount required .... 
Tradesmen and Others — Further amount required .... 
Parliamentary Restaurant — Further amount required 
To provide for the appointment of Philip Farrell as 
Permanent Messenger from 1st April, 1920, at 

7,800 00 
8,500 00 
7, 700 00 

5.000 00 

8.000 00 

1,000 00 





48, 675 00 



Library of PARLUiiExx. 



458 

Salaries — To provide for difference between Super- 
annuation allowance and actual salary of Alfred 
D. de Cedes for a period of three months from the 
1st June, 1920, in lieu of leave generall 3 ’ granted on 


556 95 



Office of the Chief Elector.il Officer. 





2,000 00 
3,000 00 
1,200 00 

10,000 00 







459| 

1 




Contingencies, including printing of forms in connec- 
tion ^dth the Dominion Elections Act and the 
emploj*ment of temporarj' help 

16,200 00 





73,431 95 


ART.S AND AGRICULTURE. 



460 

461 

To provide for the administration and enforcement of 
the Destructive Insect and Pest Act — Further 

amount required 

To provide for the development of the Live Stock 


20,000 00 

75.000 00 

15.000 00 

350,000 00 


462 

To pro\dde for the establishment of an Experimental 
Station at SNvdft Current, Saskatchewan 



463 

To proxdde for assistance in transportation of live 
stock, haj’, and haying outfits in the drouth areas 






460,000 00 


IMMIGRATION AND COLONIZATION. 



464 

To provide j’early paj ment on cost of Immigration 



9,000 00 


PENSIONS. 



465 

Military Pensions — 

Further amount required to carrj' into effect pro- 
visions of the Pension Act Amendment Act, 
1920 



9,. 550, 000 00 


MILITIA AND DEFENCE. 




ROYAL MILmRY COLLEGE. 




466 



30,000 00 


467| 

ORATI-rriES. 

Gratuitj' to G. Goldsmith on retirement 

Gratuity to John O’Neil Farrel (compensation ns an 
Act of Grace for injuries received from a defaulter 
while carrj'ing out his arrest on July 11th, 1918). 

701 78 
4,0UU 00 

4,701 78 





34,701 78 






Carried forward 



10.744.407 06 


4 


FURTHER SUPPLEME'STARY ESTIMATES, 1920-21 


10 GEORGE V, /. 1920 


No. 

of 

Vote. 


468 


469 


Service. 


Brought forward. 


RAILWAYS AND CANALS— CHARGEABLE 
TO CAPITAL. 


RAILWAYS. 


Canadian Government Railways — 
Construction and Betterments — 
Additional amount required. . 


To provide for the purchase, at prices not exceeding 
the amounts herein specified, of the following 
railways (the debts of each railway to the Cana- 
dian Government Railways to be cancelled) : 
interest on the purchase price of each to be payable 
at the rate of five per centum per annum from the 
date of taking possession to the date of transfer 
of title: (Such of the said railways as are within 
the jurisdiction of the Parliament of Canada are 
hereby authorized to sell their respective assets 
and undertakings accordingly): — 

York & Carleton Ry., $18,000 00, . . .Revote. 

St. Martins Ry., $65,000.00 Revote. 

Moncton & Buctouche Ry., 170, 000. 00 Revote. 
Elgin & Havelock Ry., $30,000 00. . . Revote 
Salisbury & Albert Ry., $75,000 00. . Revote. 
Caraquet& Gulf Shore Ry., $200, 000. 00 Revote 

Capp Breton Ry., $100,000 00 

Interest estimated — from date of taking possesson 
to March 31, 1921, not exceeding (including 
re vote $34.000) 


$ cts 


470 To provide for the purchase of the Lotbiniere & Me* 

gantic Railway under authority of Chapter 22, 
Statutes of Canada. 1916, together with interest 
at 5p.c. from 1st April, 1920 

471 To pay claims for Right-of-Way Revote (1919-20). 


472 

473 


474 


475 


476 


RAILWAYS AND CANALS— CHARGEABLE 
TO INCOME, 


Lachine — St. Peter River Syphon Repairs 

Ontario-St. Lawrence — To refund security deposit to 

Wm. Birmingham 

Trent — To rebuild wharf at Lindsay, Revote 

Improvements — Additional amount required 

(Nassau Dam) 

Welland — Reconstruction of Port Colborne Elevator 
(including Revote $60.000) 


R.\ILW.\YS. 


Can«(iiu7i Gorernmenl Railways — 

To provide for payment of Expenses in connection with 
ac(iuisition of the Grand Trunk and associated 
Railway Systems — Additional amount rc(iuirjd. 

Carriedi orward 


4,500 00 
16,250 00 

70.000 00 

30.000 00 

75.000 00 
200,000 00 
100,000 00 


58,000 00 


75.000 00 

1,256 00 

10.000 00 

50,000 00 
440,000 00 


cts 


290.430 00 


cts. 


10. 744, <07 00 


553,750 00 


336.875 00 
50,000 00 


1,231.055 00 


576,256 00 


400,000 00 


976,250 00 


11,975,402 06 


FURTHER SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1920-21 


5 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 


No. 

of 

Vote. 


477 

478 


479 


480 


f 

481-1 


Service. 


Brought forward. 


RAILWAYS AND CANALS— CHARGEABLE 
TO INCOME.— 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Governor General’s cars, Attendance, Repairs and 
Alterations — Additional amount required... 

Loan not exceeding $25,000,000 to be made to the 
Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada, or 
made in part to any Company comprised in the 
Grand Trunk Railway System, to be used for any 
or all of the following purposes in connection with 
such Companies or anj’ of them, namely 
meeting expenditures made, or indebtedness 
incurred or payable in respect of deficits in operat- 
ing expenses, interest on securities, maturing loans, 
construction, equipment, renewals and better- 
ments; such loan or loans to be secured by mort- 
giiges approved by the Governor in Council in 
favour of His Majesty the King on the undertaking 
of each Company participating therein to the 
extent of such participation, and in each case to be 
repayable on demand w'ith interest at 6%, per 
annum, payable half-yearly, or the loan or any 
part of it may be made to the Managing Commit- 
tee of the Grand Trunk .Railw’ay System in ac- 
cordance with the provisions of clause four of the 
agreement hereinafter mentioned. And for the 
purpose of retiring maturing secured loans or other 
funded indebtedness and interest thereon of any 
such Company or Companies, which loans or in 
debtedness were in existence on or before the date 
of the agreement between His Majesty the King 
and the Grand Trunk Railway Company of 
Canada (namely, the 8th day of March, 1920) the 
Minister of Finance instead of applying tow’ard the 
retirement thereof portions of the loan above 
authorized, may, wdth the approval of the Gover- 
nor in Council, guarantee the principal and interest 
of securities of the Grand Trunk Railway Com- 
pany of Canada or of any such Company or Com- 
panies in such form and on such terms as the 
Governor in Council may determine 


PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO 
CAPITAL. 


PUBLIC buildings. 

Ottawa — New Public building — Revote. 

HARBOURS AND RIVERS. 


Quebec Harbour — River St. Charles — Improvements 
— To pay the Department of Railways and Canals 
towards construction of substructure of Canadian 
Northern Railway Company’s bridge 


PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGE.ABLE TO 
INCOME. 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 

Nova Scotia. 

Halifax Quarantine Station, Indian Point — McNab’s 

Island — Now Buildings 

Yarmouth — Public building — Restoration and alter- 
ation after damage by fire and construction of 
addition 


Carried forward. 


cts. 


12,000 00 


25,000,000 00 


250,000 00 
27,000 00 


cts. 


976,256, 00 


25.012,000 00 


18,000 00 


80,365 48 


277,000 00 


cts. 


11,975,462 06 


25,988,256.00 


98.365 48 


277,000 00 38,062,083 54 


6 


FURTHER SVPPLEHEXTART ESTlilATES, 1920-21 


10 GEORGE V, A. 1920 


No. 

of 

Vote, 


Sen’ice. 


S 


Brought forrsard 


cts. $ 


cts. 


S cts. 


277.000 00 


38,062,083 54 


PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGE.IBLE TO 
INCOME — Continued. 


New Brunsuick. 



Moncton — Additional accommodation for P9st Office 
St. John — Immigration building — Alterations and 

improvements to heating system 

St. John Quarantine Station— Partridge Island— New 
Buildings, repairs, and improvements 


483' 


Quebec. 


Montreal — Examining Warehouse — Repairs 

Montreal General Post Office— Improvements— Fur- 
ther amount required 


2,500 00 
7,000 00 
75, 000 00 


2,000 00 

10,000 00 


Ontario. 


484 


Belleville— Public building— Improvements to heat- 
ing system ^ 

Deseronto — Public building — Installation of electric 

light ^ 

Galt — Public building — Addition 

Kingsville — Public building— Further amount required 
Ottawa Departmental Buildings — Eastern Block — 

repairs and alterations - ■ 

Ottawa Departmental Buildings — To connect_ with 
central heating plant — Further amount required . 
Ottawa— Dominion Obserxmtory — Improvements. . 
Ottawa — Government’s share of cost of paving Elgin 
Street fronting Cartier Square and Victoria Mem- 
orial Museum 

Ottawa— Government’s share of cost of paving St. 
Patrick Street from Sussex Street to Mackenzie 

Avenue 

Ottawa — Local improvements on Carling Avenue 

opposite Central Experimental Farm 

Ottawa — National Gallery, Victoria Memorial Mu- 
seum — Restoration 

Ottawa — Post Office improvements — Revote 

Ottawa — Printing Bureau — Passenger elevator and 
additions and improvements to building — Further 

amount required : 

Ottawa — Victoria Memorial Museum — Restoration tor 

Department of Mines 

Ottawa — Partial reconstruction of Ore Dressing Plant 

destroyed by fire 

Pembroke — Public building — Tower and clock 

St. Catharines— Public building— Repairs and Im- 

prox'ements 

St. Thomas — Public building— Government’s share of 

cost of .\sphalt pavement on Talbot Street 

Sudbury — Public building — Improvements 

Toronto— Postal Station “A”— Further amount re- 
quired 

Welland— Public building— Alterations and improve- 
ments 


3.000 00 

1,100 00 
17,500 00 
300 00 

9. 500 00 

7,. 397 95 

1.500 00 

2,602 43 

492 00 
3,4(M 90 

20.000 00 

5,600 00 

33.000 00 

15.000 00 

6,000 00 

5.000 00 

4.000 00 

1,230 71 
2,800 00 

110,000 00 

3,300 00 


Carried forward 


84,500 00 


12,000 00 


252,787 99 


626,287 99 

38,062,083 54 


/ 


FURTHER SVPPLEHEXTARY ESTIMATES, 1920-U 


7 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 


Xo. 

of 

Vote. 


485i 


486 


487I 


488 


489 


480 


Sennce. 

$ cts. 

S cts. 

Brought forward 


626,287 99 

PUBLIC WORKS^CHARGE-\BLE TO 
INCOME— 

Manitoba. 



Dauphin — Public building — Improvements to heating 



system 

3,600 00 


Portage la Prairie — Enlaigement and improvement of 



public building — Further amount required 

8,000 00 


Winnipeg — Customs building — New boilers 

6,000 00 


Winnipeg — Postal Station “A” — Imnrovements — Fur- 



ther amount required 

3,500 00 

21,100 00 

A^eria. 



Calgary- — Dominion buildings — Improvements — Re- 



pairs, etc. — Further amount required 

2,000 00 


Edmonton — Immigration hall No. 1 — Repairs 

3,000 OO 


Edmonton — Public building — Alterations for Post 



Office accommodation 

7,500 00 


Red Deer — Alterations to Old Court House building 



for Post Office accommodation 

11.000 00 

23,500 00 

British Colurnbia. 



Bamfield — Public Building 

4.000 00 



2,500 00 
1,640 73 


Victoria — Old Post Office — Taxes due city for 1919. . . . 


Williams Head Quarantine Station — Water supply. . . . 

3,000 00 



11,140 73 

Generally. 





100,000 00 

Rents. Repairs, Furniture, Heating, etc. 


Ottawa Public Buildings — 

Heating — Including salaries of engineers, firemen, 



and watchmen — Further amount required.. 

135,000 00 


Ottawa Public Buildings — 

Repairs, furniture, grounds, snow cleaning, street 



maintenance, etc. — Further amount required 

100,000 00 


Dominion Public Buildings — 

Dominion Quarantine Stations — Maintenance — 



Further amount required 

2,000 00 


Heating — Further amount required 

75,000 00 

312,000 00 

H.\RBOUHS RIVERS. 

Xora Scotia. 



.\dvocate — Repairs to wharf 

2.600 OO 


Avonport — Repairs to wharf 

1,800 00 


Bailey’s Brook — Extension to pier 

6,000 00 


Barrington’s Cove, Sydney Mines — Repairs to wharf. , 
Barrington Passage — Wharf 

1,400 00 


5,000 00 


Bass River — \Nharf 

21,000 00 


Battery Point — Breakwater extension 

11,600 00 


Bear Cove (Digby) Breakwater improvements 

540 00 


Bear Cove (Halifax) Reconstruction of skidway and 




1.245 00 


Belliveau’s (jove — Repairs to breakwaters 

800 00 


Burlington Centre — Repairs to wharf 

1,400 00 


Caldwell’s Cove — To renair breakwater 

800 00 


Carried forward 

54, 185 00 

1,094,028 72 


cts. 


38,062,083 54 


38, O^-’ 0 0 * 


8 


FURTHER SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1920-21 


10 GEORGE V, A. 1920 


No. 

of 

Vote. 


Sen'ice. 


Brought forward . 


PUBLIC WORKS-CHARGEABLE TO 
INCOME — Continued. 

Novi Scotia — Continued. 


cts. 


54. 185 00 


$ cts. 


1,094,028 72 


$ cts. 


38,062,083 54 


f 


I 


I 


i 


490 ^' 


I 


Chimney Corner — In full and final settlement of 
claim of Thomas D. Morrison in connection with 

his contract for wharf 

Devil’s Island — Repairs to breakwater — Further 

amount required 

East Ferry’ — Repairs to wharf and removal of sand and 

gravel 

Eastern Passage — Beach protection and repairs to 

breakwater 

Feltzen South — Repairs to breakwater 

Freeport — Repairs to breakwater — wharf 

Gabarous — Breastwork 

Georgeville — Repairs to wharf 

Grosses Coques — Renewal of sea-wall 

Half Island Cove — Repairs to breakwater 

Halifax Quarantine Station — New w'harf at McNab’s 

Islind 

Hunt’s Point— Reconstruction of beach protection. . . . 
Inverness — Harbour improvements — Further amount 

required 

Kelly’s Cove — To repair and strengthen breakwater 

Ketch Harbour — Repairs to breakwater 

Litchfield — Groyne 

Livingstone’s Cove — Wharf extension 

Long Point (Craigmore) — Repairs to breakwater 

Lower L’Ardoise — Repairs to breakwater 

Maitland — Extension of ferry wharf 

Margaree — Repairs to breakwater — Revote 

McKay’s point (Judique) — Repairs to breakwater. . . . 

Ogiivie’s — Repairs to breakwater 

Parkers Cove — Repairs and renewals to breakwater 

Port Greville — Repairs to beach protection 

Port Lome — Breakwater repairs and renewals 

Port Maitland — Breakwater improvement 

Portuguese Cove — Reconstruction of skidway, break- 
water repairs and renewals 

Sandy Cove — To repair and strengthen breakwater.. . 

Sanford — Repairs to breakwater 

Seaforth — Rebuilding part of breakwater 

J^aside — Repairs to wharf 

Soldier’s Cove — Wharf 

Spencer’s Island — Repairs to breakwater 

Upper Port Latour — Repairs to wharf 

Wallace — Repairs to wharf 

West Arichat — Wharf repairs and improvements 

West Arichat — Repairs to breakwater 

White Head — Repairs to w’harf 

Whycocomagh — Repairs to wharf 

Wo&ville — Harbour im pro vem ent s 


Prince Edward Island. 


867 92 

5.000 00 

1.400 00 

4.840 00 
1,375 00 
1,800 00 
2.100 00 
600 00 
1,620 00 
2,500 00 

40.000 00 
700 00 

2.000 00 

3.200 00 

1,000 00 

2.200 00 

2.500 00 
900 00 

1,250 00 

2,000 00 

9.400 00 
960 00 

2.300 00 

2,000 00 

1.300 00 

9.200 00 
8,900 00 

20.000 00 

2.500 00 

2.500 00 
7,100 00 

4.350 00 

2.500 00 
700 00 

1,050 00 

1.350 00 

2.400 00 

4.500 00 
600 00 

1 . 200 00 
5,000 00 


221,847 92 


49l| 


Tignish Harbour — To repair protection works 

West River (McArtliur’s Landing) — Repairs to wharf 


Neu' Brunau'ick. 


1,350 00 
700 00 


2.050 00 


f 

492I 


Back Bay — Wharf repairs and improvements 

Edgett’s Landing— Repairs to wharf 

Gautreau Village — Repairs to wharf 

Kouchibouguac Harbour — To repair and construct 

dams and breastworks 

Little yUdouane— To repair and raise wharf 

Lord’s Cove — Wharf 

Richibucto Cape — C'ompletion of pier and breakwater 


4,500 00 
1,000 00 
600 00 

13,000 00 
800 00 
15,500 00 
5,000 00 


Carried forward 


40,400 00 


1,358,326 64 


38,062,0.83 54 


FURTHER SUPFLEHENTART ESTIMATES, 1920-21 


9 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 


No. 

of 

Vote. 


Service. 


$ 


Brought forward 

PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO 
INCOME. — Continued. 


cts. $ 


cts. 


1,358,326 64 


Quebec. 


493- 


494 ^ 


I 



Aylmer — Repairs to wharf — Further amount required 

Barachois de Malbaie — Repairs to wharf 

Chandler — Repairs to pier ^ 

Chicoutimi Basin — New pontoon and wharf repairs. . . 

Douglastown — Repairs to breakwater. 

Fabre — Wharf repairs and extension — To complete — 

Revote $950 

Fort Coulonge — W'harf improvements 

Father Point — Repairs to wharf 

Gaspe — Reconstruction of Seep water wharf damaged 

by fire 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station — Retaining wall 

Laprairie — To complete protection works 

Lanoraie — Repairs to wharf 

Notre Dame des Sept Douleurs (Isle Verte) Completion 

of w’estern wharf 

Pointe a Elie — To protect breakwater-wharf 

Riviere du Lievre — Lock and dam — Reconstruction 

of protection w^alls 

Riviere aux Vases — Wharf reconstruction 

Roberv'al — Repairs to wharf 

St. Laurent, Island of Orleans — Repairs to wharf — 

Further amount required 

St. Marc — Reconstruction of wharf 

St. Roch de Richelieu — Repairs to wharf 

^rel — Wharf repairs and reconstruction — Further 

amount required 

Tadousac (Anse a I’Eau) — Reconstruction of wharf 

and approach 

Three Rivers — Repairs to coal dock — Further amount 
required 


Ontario. 

Beaverton — Repairs to breakwater 

Bronte — Repairs and improvements to pier 

Huntsville — Repairs to wharf 

Kingston — Harbour improvements 

•Lake Katrine — Wharf 

McGregor’s Creek — Renewal of revetment wall 

Meaford — Repairs to revetment wall 

MacLaren’s Landing — Wharf 

Owen Sound — Wharf reconstruction 

Penetanguishene — Repairs to wharf 

Pelee Island — Repairs to piers — Further amount 

required 

Port Burwell — Repairs to pier — Further amount 

required 

Port Dover — Repairs to piers 

Port Hope — Repairs to checkw’ater 

Port Stanley — Harbour improvements 

Rosscau — Repairs to wharf 

Rondeau — Harbour protection work 

Sturgeon Falls — Revetment wall 


Manitoba. 

Big Island (Hecla) — Wharf 

Killamey — Repairs to dam and cut 
The Pas — Wharf — Revote 


600 

00 

1,800 

00 

2,000 

00 

4,800 

00 

3,750 

00 

5,300 

00 

1,000 

00 

2,200 

00 

34,000 

00 

1,500 

00 

13,500 

00 

2,060 

00 

5,700 

00 

10,140 

00 

5,700 

00 

2,100 

00 

1,000 

00 

1,500 

00 

4,000 

00 

600 

00 

2,500 

00 

8,900 

00 

11,250 

00 

1,250 

00 

2,650 

00 

3,900 

00 

1,583 

00 

730 

00 

14,100 

00 

900 

00 

6,600 

00 

86,000 

00 

2,100 

00 

5,750 

00 

2,000 

00 

20,000 

00 

3,000 

00 

50,000 

00 

1,200 

00 

13,000 

00 

1,900 

00 

3,000 

00 

1.100 

00 

14,800 

00 


125,900 00 


216,663 00 


18,900 00 
1,719,789,64 


$ eta. 


38,062,083 54 


Carried forward 


38,062,083 54 


10 


FURTHER SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1920-21 


10 GEORGE V, A. 1920 


No. 

of 

Vote. 


Service. 


$ 


Brought forward 


cts. 


$ cts. 


1,719,789 64 


■S cts. 


38,062,083 54 


PUBLIC WORKS— CH.A.RGE.4BLE TO 
INCOME — Continued. 

British Columbia. 


f 


496 ^ 


Alice Arm (Silver City) Landing float — To complete. 
Alice Arm — Wharf — Conditional onProvincialCovem- 

ment building road 

Campbell River — Repairs to wharf — Re vote 

Carroll's Landing — Wharf 

Church House — Float — Reconstruction 

Clayoquot — Repairs to wharf — Further amount re- 
quired 

Deep Cove — Repairs to wharf 

Degnan’s Bay — Repairs to float 

Denman Island — New Float 

Edgewood — Repairs to wharf 

Fraser River — Dredging North Arm — Further amount 

required 

Gower Point — Float 

Graham — Wharf 

Halcyon — Wharf approach 

Hollybum — Wharf repairs 

Hurst Island — Landing float 

Jackson Bay — Approach to float 

Kuskonook — Wharf 

Ladysmith — Wharf 

Lyall Harbour — Saturna Island — Wharf 

Manson’s Landing — Wharf 

Mayne Island — Repairs to wharf 

Mill Bay — Repairs to wharf 

Moresby Island — Wharf renewal 

Nootka Island — Repairs to wharf — Further amount 

required 

Okanagan River — Maintaining dam and repairing bank 

protection works — Further amount required 

Pender Harbour — Float 

Port -41berni — Float — Revote 

Port Clements — Repairs to wharf 

Prince Rupert Quarantine Station — Protection work. . 

Procter — Floating -wharf 

Sandspit Point — Reconstruction of wharf 

South Gabriola Island — tVharf — Revote 

Stag Bay — Float 

Stewart — Reconstruction of wharf — Further amount 

required 

Westbank — Extension of wharf 


950 00 

15.000 00 
15,800 00 

7.000 00 

2.400 00 

450 00 
1,250 00 
1,100 00 

1.000 MO 
1,700 00 

3.550 00 
1,800 00 
11,500 00 

1.300 00 

6.300 00 
800 00 

1,700 00 
9,500 00 

9. 500 00 
4,900 00 

5.500 00 

4.500 00 

1.500 00 

3.400 00 

950 00 

900 00 
1 , 200 00 
2,090 00 
1,100 00 
865 00 

7.000 00 

10.000 00 

3.500 00 

1.500 00 

3.500 00 

3.300 00 


148,305 00 


DREDGING. 


497 


Dredging — Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta — 
Further amount required 


18,000 00 


RO.IDS AND BRIDGES. 


498| 


Portage du Fort — Repairs to bridge 

St. Andrews, Man. — Repairing road and grading bank 


3,500 00 
4,600 00 


8,100 00 


TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE ONES. 


Generally. 


499 


Repairs, repoling, shifting and completion of lines 
under construction 


50,000 00 
1,944,194 64 


Carried forward 


38,062,083 54 


FURTHER SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1920-Sl 


11 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 


No. 

of 

Vote. 


Service. 


$ 


Brought forward 

PUBLIC WORKS^CHARGE.\BLE TO 
INCOME— Conc/udcd. 

MisCELUN'EOUS. 


cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts.. 


1,944,194 64 


38,062,083 54 


500 


501 

502 

503 

504 

505 

506 

507 

508 

509 

510 

511 


512 

513 


514 

515 

516 


517 

518 


Compassionate allowance to the Mother of the late 
E. P. Gingras who was drowned at -Alice -Arm, 

B.C, on April 13th, 1920, while on duty 

Inspection boats — New Motors for inspection boat in 

Prince Edward Island 

Halifax Harbour — To refund Messrs. Foley Bros., 
Welch, Stewart and Fauquier amount of royalty 
paid the Department of Public Works for filling 
taken from Halifax Harbour and used in connec- 
tion with their contract for Ocean Terminal 

Docks 

Purchase of submarine cable 


2,000 00 
2,100 00 


12,004 05 
17,500 00 


M-AIL SUBSIDIES -AND STE.AMSHIP 
SUBVENTIONS. 

Mulgrave and Canso — steam service between — Fur- 
ther amount required 

Petit de Grat and Mulgrave — steam service between — 

Further amount required 

Victoria and Vancoux-er.Way Ports and Skagway — 
steam service between — Further amount reqtiired 
Victoria and West coast of Vancouver Island — steam 

serv ice between — Further amount required 

Campment d'Ours Island and mainland on Georgian 

Bay — ferry serx'ice between 

Grand Manan and the mainland — steam service 

between — Further amount required 

Halifax, Canso and Guysboro — steam service between 

— Further amount required 

Halifax and Newfoundland via Cape Breton Ports — 
steam service between — Further amount required 
Vancouver, and Northern ports of British Columbia — 
steam sendee between — Further amount required 
Charlottetown, Pictou and New Glasgow — steam 

service between 

Pictou, New Glasgow, and Antigonish County ports — 
schooner serxdce between 

NAVAL SERVICE. 

To provide for the maintenance of the Royal Cana- 
dian Navy — Further amount required 

Pay of temporary officers and clerks at Headquarters, 
Halifax and Esquimalt dockyards 

OCEAN AND RIVER SERATCE, 

To provide for raising, repairing and maintaining 

e.G.S, “.Aranmore” 

Registration of shipping — Further amount required. 
Additional amount required for two motor patrol 
vessels for buoy and lighthouse sendee in British 
Columbia 

LIGHTHOUSE AND COAST SERVICE. 

To proxdde a further amount to pay Government 

pension to Pilot Joseph Eugene Lachance 

Maintenance and repairs to lighthouses — Further 
amount required 


33,604 

05 

2,000 

00 

2,000 

00 

12,500 

00 

10,000 

00 

3,000 

00 

2,500 

00 

2,000 

00 

2,000 

00 

8,000 

00 

2,000 

00 

1,500 

00 

1,700,000 

00 

60,000 

00 

75,000 

00 

4,200 

00 

15,000 

00 

300 

00 

50,000 

00 


1,977,798 69 


47,500 00 


1,760,000 00 


94,200 00 


50,300 00 


Carried forward 


41,991,882 23 


12 


FURTHER SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1920-21 


10 GEORGE V, A. 1920 


No. 

of 

Vote. 


Ser\'ice. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


519 


520 

521 


522 


523 


524 


525 


526 


527 


Brought forward. 


MINES AND GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. 
Museum Equipment 


LABOUR. 

To provide for the organization and development of 

Joint Industrial Councils 

Administration Employment Offices Co-ordination 
Act — Further amount required 


INDIANS. 

New Brunswick. 

Relief — Further amount required 

Nova Scotia. 

Miscellaneous and unforeseen — Further amount re- 
quired 


Ontario and Quebec. 

Repairs to roads and bridges, etc. — Further amount 
required 


Indian Education. 
Indian education — Further amount required . 


GOVERNMENT OF THE NORTH WEST 
TERRITORIES. 

Improvements to road between Fitzgerald, Alta, 
and Fort Smith. N.W.T 


DOMINION LANDS AND PARKS. 

Protection of timber in Manitoba, Saskatchewan 
.\U)erta. the N.W.T., and the Railway Belt in; 
B.C., tree culture in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, 
Alberta, ami inspection and management of forest 

reserves — Further amount required 

Amount reciuircd to purchase land for Water Power 
purposes and to pay compensation to entrants 
etc., in accordance with Section 8 of the Dominion 

IFa^cr Power Act 

.\dministration of the North UVs/ Game Act and the 
Migratory Bird Act — Further amount retjuired 
To refund James Smith the amount paid for purchase 
of hind in Township 56, Range 23. West of the 4th 
Meridian .• 


SOLDIERS’ CIVIL RE-ESTABLISHMENT— 
OUTSIDE SERVICE. 

528 To provide for the reimbursement of the Soldiers’ Aid 
I Commission of Ontario for their payment of the 
High Cost of Living Bonus to all Instructors cm 
ployed l)y the Commission for the fiscal year 
I 1920-1921 in accordance with the terms of Order- 
I in-Council P.C. No. 106 of the 17th Jan., 1920. 


Carried forward. 


15.000 00 

25.000 00 


3,000 00 


20,000 00 


5,800 00 


48,000 00 


50.000 00 

30.000 00 
5,000 00 

890 00 


39,000 00 


41,991,882 23 


15,000 00 


40,000 00 


76,800 00 


1,500 00 


85,890 00 


39,000 00 42.211,072 23 


FURTHER SVPFLEHEyTART ESTIMATES, 1920-21 


13 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 


No. 

of 

Vote. 


Ser\'ice. 


Brought forward 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


39,000 00 


$ cts. 


42,211,072 23 


SOLDIERS' CIVIC RE-ESTABLISHMENT- 
OUTSIDE SERVICE— ConWudrtf. 


529 


530 

531 

532 

533 

534 


To provide for Interest at 5% per annum upon the 
unpaid balances of M ar Serv'ice Gratuity held in 
trust by the Department from the 1st December. 
1919, to 31st March, 1921, in accordance wdth the 

terms of P.C. No. 2419 of the 1st Dec., 1919 

Vocational Expense — 

Loans to disabled soldiers and sailors either for 
tools and equipment or for training and education 

to carry out provisions of Bill No. 10 of 1919 

Pay and Allowances — 

Vocational — Further amount required 

Operating Expenses — Cost of stores, printing, sta- 
tionery, transportation and travelling — Further 

amount required 

Treatment — Further amount required to carr>' into 
effect recommendations of Special Committee on 

Pensions and Re-establishment 

Vocational — Further amount required to carry into 
effect recommendations of Special Committee on 
Pensions and Re-establishment 


32,464 33 

2,000,000 00 

2,615,600 00 

300.000 00 

525.000 00 

875.000 00 


6,387,064 33 


THE AIR BOARD. 


535 


Ciri7 Ariation — 

Survey of Air Routes 

Flying Operations for other Government Depart- 
ments 

Miscellaneous and experimental Flying and Re- 
search 

Unpacking and carriage of aircraft and equipment 
Upkeep and replacement of aircraft and equip- 
ment 

Acquisition and equipment of Civil Air Stations. . 
Accjuisition of emergency landing grounds 


50,000 00 

200.000 00 

50,000 00 
50,000 00 

250.000 00 

200.000 00 

50,000 00 



Military Appropriation — 

Grant to Provincial Air Force Associations 

L'pkeep of Camp Borden, including repairs 

Pay of officers and airmen, eight months, inclu- 
ding rations 

Travelling expenses 

Flying in training 

Maintenance and replacement of aircraft and 
equipment 


30,000 00 
30,000 00 

200,000 00 

140.000 00 

200.000 00 

200,000 00 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


850,000 00 


800,000 00 


1,650.000 00 


537 

538 

539 

540 

541 

542 

543 


The Editorial Committee — To provide for the cost of 

printing, etc 

Patent Record — Further amount required 

Public Archives — To provide for the transcription of 

records in Europe by the Photostat 

Purchasing Commission — Salaries and contingencies. 
Amount required in connection with the contract made 
by the Department of Marine with the Dominion 
Iron and Steel Company, Limited, for delivery of 

steel plates 

To provide for expenses in connection with a Canadian 
exhibit at the National Exposition of Chemical 
Industries to be held in New York, U.S.A., in 

September, 1921 

To provide for the administration of The Bankruptcy 
.4cf, including expenses incurred in the preparation 
of (he General Rules and Forms, etc 


Carried forward 


1,000 00 
21,000 00 

5.000 00 
90,000 00 


500,000 00 


7, ,500 00 


15,000 00 


639.500 00 


50,248,136 56 


14 


I 

FURTHER SUPFLEHESTARY ESTIMATES, 1920-21 

10 GEORGE V, A. 1920 


No. 

of 

Vote. 


Service. 


$ 


Brought forward 


cts. 


§ 


cts. 


$ cts. 


639,500 00 


50,248,136 56 


MISCELL.AXEOUS— Conduced. 


544 

545 

546 

547 

548 


549 


550 

551 

552 

553 

554 

555 

556 

557 

558 


To provide for the expenses incurred or which may be 
incurred by the Committee appointed for the pur- 
pose of inquiring into and reporting upon an 
amendment to the Armorial Bearings of Canada. 
To provide for the expenses under The Xaturalization 

Act — Further amount required 

To provide for the expenses under The Canada Temper- 

ance Act — Further amount required 

To provide for the expenses which may be incurred in 
the revocation of certificates under Section 7 of 

The Naturalization Act 

To provide for the payment of the necessary fees upon 
applications made by or on behalf of Returned 
Soldiers and Sailors for Certificates of Naturaliza- 
tion, etc., under the provisions of The Naturalization 

Act, W19 

To provide, by wa 3 ' of advances to Victoria (B.C.) 
Shipowners Limited, for the construction of four 
vessels at an estimated cost of $250,000 for each 
vessel, not less than 60 per cent of the workmen 
employed in such construction to be returned 
soldiers; advances to be made on progress certi- 
ficates under the supervision of an engineer of the 
Department of Marine and not to exceed $175,000 
on each vessel. Such advances to be secured by 
first mortgage on the vessels and to be repayable 
with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum, 
such interest to be a first charge on the aggregate 
net operating revenue from the vessels. Also to 
provide salar>’ of a Government inspector at a rate 

not exceeding $250.00 per month 

To provide for Canada’s contribution towards the 
maintenance of the permanent Secretariat of the 

League of Nations for the year 1920-21 . . *. 

Information Service, Department of External Affairs 

— Further amount required 

Battlefields memorials 

Memorial to the late Lt.-Col. Harold Baker, M.P 

National Battlefields Commission — Further amount 

required 

To provide for the re-organization of the Departments 

at Ottawa 

To provide for expenses in connection with Tariff 

Revision enquiry 

Contribution towards fighting the typhus epidemic in 

Europe 

To provide for increases in salaries due to the applica- 
tion of the Re-classification of the Ch’il Service, 
both inside and outside services, for years 1919-20 
and 1920-21 (estimated) 


1,500 00 
10,000 00 
456,000 00 

25,000 00 


8,000 00 


703.000 00 

200.000 00 

15.000 00 

250.000 00 

15.000 00 

5.000 00 

150.000 00 

25.000 00 

200.000 00 

6 . 000.000 00 


8,703,000 00 


EXCISE. 


559 


To provide for stamps, salaries, stationery, etc., in 
connection with Excise Tax tndcr “ .Sp<cmf li ar 
Riv»nuc Act ' — Further amount required 


100,000 00 


Carried forward 


59,051,136 56 


FURTHER SURPLEMEXTART ESTIMATES, 1920-21 


15 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 


Ny. 

of 

Vote. 


Service. 


$ 


cts. S 


Brought forward 


cts. $ 


cts. 


59,051, 136 56 


DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS AND CANALS 
—CHARGEABLE TO COLLECTION OF 
REVENUE. 

R.AILWAYS. 


560 


Canadian Government Railavys — 

To pay deficit of working expenditure for year 
ended March 3Ist. 1920. authority being here- 
by given to apply toward payment of the 
total amount of the said working expenditure 
the amount of the receipts and rex’enues for 
the said year: additional amount required . . 


1,000,000 00 


PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO COLLEC- 
TION OF REVENUE. 

Telegraph and Telephone Lines. 


I 


56U 


I 


Land and cable telegraph lines Lower St. Lawrence 
and Maritime Prox'inces, including working 
expenses of xmssels required for cable service — 

Further amount required 

Alberta — k'urther amount required 

British Columbia — Vancouver Island District — Fur- 
ther amount required 

British Columbia — Mainland — Further amount re- 
quired 

Saskatchewan — Further amount required 

Yukon System — Further amount required 

Harbour and River IForlrs, etc. 


13,900 00 
12,600 00 

8,000 00 

7,000 00 
7,500 00 
12,000 00 


562 


St. Andrews Rapids — Lock and dam — Further 
amount required 


61,000 00 

1,000 00 


62,000 00 


POST OFFICE-OUTSIDE SERATCE. 


563 


To pay certain Railway Mail Clerks for extra services 
in connection with checking incoming and out- 
going British mails during the winter season of 
1919-20— 

St. .lohn 

Halifax 


TRADE AND COMMERCE. 


72 75 
49 13 


504 


To provide for the reimbursement of persons or firms 
put to loss by the closing of the Grain Exchanges 
in the summer of 1919 


121 88 


20, 224 49 


DEMOBILIZ.-VTION. 


Public Archives. 


565 


To provide for the cleaning, repairing, transporting, 
and distributing War Trophies throughout the 
Dominion, including $2,000 gratuity to Dr. A. G. 
Doughty for seivices in connection xvith War 
Trophies 


Carried forward 


27,000 00 
27,000 00 


60,133.482 93 


16 


FURTHER SUPPLEHEXTARY ESTIMATES, 1920-21 

10 GEORGE V, A. 1920 


No. 

of 

Vote. 


bervice. 


cts. 


cts. 


cts. 


566* 


Brought forward 

DEMOBILIZATION— Co/jcfi/rfcrf. 

Departmenf of ike Xaval Service. 

Miscellaneous travelling expenses, subsistence, clothing 

•gratuity on discharge, etc 

Claims to be adjusted, contracts already placed, 
liabilities incurred, maintenance of ships, remain- 
ing from Var Services 


567 


568i 


569 


570- 


Department of Immigration and Colonization. 

To provide for the repatriation of soldiers’ dependents 
Auditor GeneraVs Office. 


Salaries of temporary employees. 

Printing and Stationerj' 

Travelling expenses 


Department of Public Works. 

Completion of construction, rents, etc 

Department of Justice. 

Additional amount required for Military Service 

Branch 

Additional amount required for Internment Operations 


140.000 00 

100.000 00 


39,000 00 
2,000 00 
1,000 00 


10,000 00 

50,000 00 


27,000 00 


240.000 00 

250.000 00 

42.000 00 
1,250,000,00 

60.000 00 


60.133,482 93 


1,869,000 00 


62,002.482 93 


SUMMARY, 


('hargeable to Consolidated Revenue Fund % 58,804,062 45 

I'hargeablr to Capital 1,329,420 48 

Chureeable to Demobilization. 1,869,000 00 


S 62,002,48 2 93