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12 GEORGE V 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 


A. 1922 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES 

FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING IMARCH 31, 1923. 


No. 

of 

Vote. 


•Service. 


CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT. 


.? cts. 


$ cts. 


cts. 


451 


For the purchase of five machines for affixing a dis- 
tinguishing device and serial number on each 
Dominion Note, after the notes have been deliver- 
ed by the printer and engraver to the Minister of 
Finance, and while the notes are in the custody 
and control of the officers of the Department of 
Finance, as provided for by Sub-section 2, of Sec- 
tion 3, of the Dominion Notes Act, 1914 


12,. 500 00 


CIVIL GOVERNMENT. 


452 


Governor General’s Secretanf s Office — 

Salaries — Additional amount required for one Junior 
Clerk Stenographer 


180 00 


Department of Justice — 

Salaries — • 

James White, Technical Adviser to the Minister 
of Justice, transferred from the Conservation 

Commission 

Assistant Private Secretary 

Two Clerk-Stenographers at $9C0.00 each 

Assistant Structural Engineer, Penitentiary 

Branch 

To increase salary of E. G. Taylor, law clerk 

stenographer. Clemency Branch, to .81,230 

Additional amount required for promotion of a 

messenger clerk to confidential messenger 

Additional amount required for a Senior Advisory 

Counsel in lieu of an Advisory Counsel 

Additional amount required for two Senior Law 
Clerk-Stenographers in lieu of two law Clerk- 
Stenographers 


6,000 00 1 
1,600 00 
1,920 00 


2,700 00 


150 00 
20 00 
180 00 


510 00 


454 


455' 


Department of Militia and Def ence — 

Salaries — To provide for arrears of salary due to 
Alexander Tetu from the 15th July, 1919 to the 

31st March, 1922 

Secretary to Executive 

Senior Clerk-Stenographer 

Clerk-Stenographer 

Confidential Messenger 


Department of Secretary of State — 

Salaries — One Clerk-Stenographer 

One Senior Clerk-Stenographer — 

Further amount required 

Contingencies — Further amount required 


120 

00 

1,800 

00 

1,320 

00 

960 

00 

960 

00 

960 

00 

15 

00 

2,320 

00 


Carried forward 


I 


13,080 00 


I 


5,160 00 


3,295 00 
21,715 00 


12,500 00 


4—1 


2 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1922-23 


12 GEORGE V, A. 1922 


No. 


of 

^’ote. 


Service. 




Brought forward 


cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


21,715 00 


12,500 00 


CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Conhnuerf. 


Department of Immigration and Colonization — 

Salaries — 

To provide for one new Chief Clerkship 

To provide for a further amount for a promotion 

from Head Clerk to Chief Clerk 

To provide for a further amount for one Head 

Clerkship 

To provide for a further amount for a promotion 

to a Principal Clerkship 

To provide for a new Division Immigration 

Inspector, Grade 1 

To provide for one Senior File Clerk 

To provide for one Senior Clerk-Stenographer 

To provide for a further amount for a promotion 

to Senior Clerk-Typist 

To provide for eight Clerk-Stenographers at ?960 

I To provide for nine File Clerks at ?960 

1 To provide for one Clerk - 

t To provide for five Junior Clerk-Stenographers 

I at *600 

1 To provide for one Junior Clerk 

[ To provide for one Office Boy 


3,360 

00 

120 

00 i 

480 

00 i 

240 

00 i 

2,040 

00 1 

1,.320 

00 j 

1,.320 

00 1 

1 

180 

00 1 

7,680 

00 1 

8,640 

00 ' 

960 

00 

I 

3,000 

00 

600 

00 

330 

00 


30,270 00 


457- 


458 


45! 


Department of Indian Affairs — 

Salaries — 

To provide for the balance of salary to chief sur- 
veyor 75 00 

To provide balance of salary to principal trans- 
lator 480 00 


Office of the Auditor General — 

Contingencies — Further amount required 

Department of Finance — 

Salaries — 

Additional amount required to provide for the 
salarj' of the Commissioner of Tariff, as voted 
in Supplementary Estimates, 1921-22 


555 00 

20,000 00 


2,100 00 


f 


4601 


Department of Agriculture — 

Salaries — 

Confidential Messenger Clerk 

Assistant to Chief, Fibre Division 

Senior Clerk-Stenographer 

Amount required to pay difference in salary 

between Senior and Principal Translator 

To provide for salary of Secretary-Clerk from 

February 15th to March 31st, 1922 

Allowance for Private Secretary 


461 


Department of Railways and Canals — 
Salaries : — 

To provide for the following; 

One Secretary-Clerk 

One Senior Clerk-Stenographer 


1,140 00 
1,440 00 
1,320 00 

240 00 ! 

397 50 ! 

200 00 1 


3,360 00 
1,500 00 


4,737 50 


4,860 00 


462 


Post Office Department — 

To provide for the payment of salary of Alfred 
Belley from the 17th October, 1921 to the 28tb 
December, 1921 at the rate of jK,500 a year, 
during which period he acted as Private Secretary 
to the ex-Postmaster General, the Honourable 
L. G. Belley 


Carried forward 


696 24 
84,933 74 


12,500 00 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1922-23 


3 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 


No. 

of 

Vote. 


Service. 


463- 


Brought forward 

j CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Concfuiei. 

\Depariment of Trade and Commerce — 

I Salaries — 

To provide for the promotion of an official in the 
Exhibits and Publicity Bureau from Office Boy 

to Assistant Photographer 

One Senior Statistician 

One Principal Statistical Clerk 

One Translator 


464 


High Commissioner's Office — 

Contingencies — 

Clerical assistance, rent and insurance on office, 
British income tax, fuel, light, stationery, etc., 
and expenses of the High Commissioner, includ- 
ing British income tax on the salary of the High 
Commissioner. Further amount required 


465 


] Department of External Affairs — 

Salaries — 

To provide for one Senior Clerk Stenographer 

Additional amount required for confidential mes- 
senger 

Contingencies — Further amount required 


466 


Civil Service Commission — fe’ 

Salaries — 

Four Clerk Stenographers at $960 

One Clerk-Stenographer at $960 in lieu of one 

JuniorClerk-Stenographer at $950 

One Junior-Clerk-Stenographer 

One Office Boy 


467 


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 

To provide differential salary for certain judges of the 
Court of King’s Bench and Superior Court of 
Quebec, from July 1 to July 25, 1920, notwith- 
standing anything in the Judges’ Act, 32 at $134.30, 

15 at $268.81 

Travelling allowance to Judge Hewson, District of 
Manitoulin, while assisting in court work at 
Toronto 


468 ^ 


PENITENTIARIES. 

Kingston. 

Compassionate allowance to the widow of the late 

Thomas A. Keenan, clerical assistant 

Pension to ex-guard W. Tatton at $252.00 per annum, 
from July 22, 1921 to March 31, 1923 


LEGISLATION. 

j Senate. 

469 |To provide for the payment of the full Sessional indem 
nity for the Session of 1922 to members of the 
Senate for days lost through absence caused by 
I illness, public business, or on account of death, 

j Payment to be made as the Treasury Board may 

direct 


Carried forward. 


4-U 


$ cts. 


840 00 
3,240 00 
1,800 00 
1,380 00 


S cts. 


84,933 74 


7,260 00 


7,000 00 


1,335 00 

240 00 i 
5,000 00 ' 


3,840 00 

10 00 
600 00 
315 00 


6,575 00 


4,765 00 


8,332 95 
978 50 


665 00 
427 00 


16,500 00 


16,500 00 


cts. 


12,500;00 


110,533 74 


9,311 45 


1,092 00 


ii 133,437^19 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1922-23 

12 GEORGE V, A, 1922 


Vote. 


.•^erv'ice. 


Brought forward 

LEGI3L.A.T ION— Concfuied. 

House of Commons. 

fTo provide for the publication and 
^ Members and Senators of Beauchesne s Parlia- 

of the House of Common^ays lost through 
absent caused by illness, official public business, 
or on account of death during the present ^ssion 
Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in 
chapter 10 of the Revised Statutes, an Act respec 
Lg^lhe Senate and House of Commons or any 
amendments thereto.— Payment to be made as 
the Treasury Board may direct. ......... • • ■ • • ” • 

To provide for the full sessional indemnity of the two 
^members of Parliament, successively representing 
the electoral district of Kamouraska durmg the 
session of 1922. to which indemnity the two 
members shall be entitled, “otwithstandmg^^^^^^ 
thine to the contrary in Chapter 10 of the tte\ isea 
Statutes or any amendment thereto; the share 
Kch member to bear the same propo^ion te^ 
four thousand dollars as the numb p ^ 

fi urine which he was a member of 1 ariiameni 
dlrml the said session bears to the total number 
of days of the session during which both together 
were members of Parliament: provided., how- 

ever that the total indemnity shall be subject to 
rdeduction of twenty-five dollars Per day for 

evSy day beyond fifteen on . which the then 

member did not attend a sitting of the House, 
S Houie sat on such day, and provided fmther 
that the share of the total deduction to 1^^^ 
hv each of the two members shall bear tne same 
proportion to the total deduction a® the numb^ 
of davs during which he was a member of Earfi^ 
menfduHng the session bears to the tetel nu^ 
of davs of the session during which botn togeiner 
were^ members of PaHiament— Payment to be 
made as the Trea.sury Board may direct 


Libr.\ky or Parliament. 


470 ^ 


4711 


Two Chief Reference Clerks-Further amount re- 
quired 

One Cataloguer 

oi ‘he 

frenrtbrn,S“rr'D“'de“'Sliee. forme. 
Librarian of Parliament 


472 

473 

474 

475 


agriculture. 

Destructive Insect and Pest Act-Further amount 


ColdSaitYarehouses-Fur^h^^^^ amount required . . 

T ive Stock— Further amount required 

Tm.^f-aiinn Farms— Further amount required 


$ cts. 


4,000 00 


$ cts. 


16,. 500 00 


$ cts. 


1.33,437 19 


Illustration Farms 

Carried forward 


1,000 00 


4,000 00 


400 00 
1,620 00 
1,500 00 


556 95 


9,000 00 


4,076 95 


5,000 00 
25.000 00 
60,000 00 
10,000 00 


29,576 95 


100.000 00 


163.014 14 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1922-23 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 


Xo. 

of 

Vote. 


Service. 


Brought forward. . , 
AGRICULTURE- 


-Concluded. 


476 Health of Animals — Further amount required . 


471 


478 

479 

480 


Stock Grazing and Feeding (Revote) 

IMMIGRATION AND COLONIZATION. 

Immigration Outside Service, Salaries — 

Further amount required 

Repatriation Expenses 

To pay the balance due on rent of hou.se leased by 
W. T. R. Preston, while engaged as Commis- 
sioner of Emigration in London, England. 
(Revote of 1913-14, S973.33) 


481 

482 


483 


484I 

I 

485 


PENSIONS. 

Pension to Amy Lilian Searle from Mjay 16, 192] to 

March 3J, 1922 

European War — Further amount required to provide 
for expenditures arising out of the recommenda 
tions of the Special Parliamentary Committee 
on Pensions, Insurance and Re-Establishment of 
1922, as contained in Chapters 3 and 6 of the 

committee’s second and final report 

North West Rebellion, 1885 and General Pensions- 
Further amount required to provide for pension to 
Leo Smith, based on the extent of his disability 
and retroactive to September 1, 1920 


MILITIA AND DEFENCE. 
Civil Pensions — 

Life pension to Robert Allen 

Life pension i o Ronald Morrison 

Life pension to Walter Pettipas 


Gratuity to the Mudow of the late H. N. P. Chesley 

RAILWAYS AND CANALS— CHARGEABLE 
TO CAPITAL. 

Railw.ays. 


486 Canadian Pacific Railway — Original construction. 


RAILWAYS AND CANALS— CHARGEABLE 
TO INCOME. 


CAN.ALS. 


487 

488 


Chambly Canal Improvements — Additional amount 

required 

Trent Canal Improvements — Additional amount 
required 


R.AILWAYS. 


To provide for allowance of full railway pay including 
their military pay and field allowance, on and 
after May 1, 1915 to certain employees of the Lake 
Superior Branch of the Transcontinental Railwaj', 
who enlisted prior to May 1, 1915. (Revote) . . . . 


MISCELLANEOUS . . 


489 I To increase the amount of Loan authorized by Vote 
No. 138, Main Estimates — 1922-23— Additional 
I amount required 


$ cts. 


269 52 
330 00 
515 90 


36, 000 00 
1,.500 00 


cts. 


100,000 00 

t 

75,000 00 
41,503 65 


35.000 00 

25.000 00 


1,509 95 


360 00 


256,800 00 


2,700 00 


1,115 42 
466 67 


37, .500 00 


60,000 00 


800,000 00 


$ cts. 


163,014 14 


216,503 65 


61,509 95 


259,860 OC 


1,582 09 


250 00 


897,500 00 


Carried forward 


1,600,219 83 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1922-23 


12 GEORGE V, A. 1922 


No. 

of 

Vote. 


490 


.service. 


Brought forward.... 


PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO 
CAPITAL. 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 

Ottawa— New Departmental Buildings— Compen- 
"sation to Architects for designs submitted 

harbours and rivers 


$ cts. 


% cts 


cts. 


[ 

49 lj 

I 


1 , 600.219 S 3 


18,000 00 


required 


492 


1,000,000 00 
85,000 00 
100,000 00 


PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO 
INCOME. 

PUBLIC buildings. 

Nom Scotia. 

erty expropriated 


493 


New Brunswick. 

Chatham, Middle Island Quarantine Station-New 

St 


John'Savings'Bank Building-Improvements to 


lTra^a*(Re'Lazaretto— improvements to heating. 


Prince Edward Island. 


1,150 00 
30,000 00 
12,000 00 


1 , 185,000 00 


1 , 203,000 00 


1,000 00 

1,200 00 

2,500 00 


43,150 00 


494 Icharlottetown- Repairs to quarantine station at 
Keppoch 


Quebec. 


4,700 00 


1,200 00 


f Oiiehec — Purchase of Amyot property • • • • • • 

^Sr^l-Ordnance Stores Building-Improvements. 
Quebeci-ImS“^ Building-Alterations and im- 
[I provements 


12,500 00 
17,000 00 

3,000 00 


32,500 00 


496 


Ontario. 

iBelleville— Government’s share of cost of local 

DomS'"pJibU^Buildings-i repairs, 

ptc —Further amount required. • • • • . 

Ottawa— Printing Bureau— Remodelling o e e 

Ottawa-Rideau Hall- Alterations and improvements 
Sailt Stu Marie-Post office-improvements to 

Lro“posValStation‘‘A’’-To 


Carried forward. 


5,280 00 

17.000 00 

7,500 00 

15.000 00 

2,800 00 
75,000 00 


122,580 00 


204,130 00 


2 , 803,219 83 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1922-23 


7 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 



497 

498 


499 


500 


501 


502 


503 


service. 


Brought forward. 


PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO 
INCOME — Continued. 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS — Concluded. 

Manitoba 

Winnipeg — Post office — Alterations 


Saskatchewan. 

Maple Creek — Public building — Improvements to 
heating 


Alberta. 

Calgary — Customs examining warehouse — Alterations, 

drainage and pavement 

Calgary — Post office (Lancaster Bldg.)— Fittings, etc. 
Grande Prairie — Enlargement of public building for 
telegraph office 


British Columbia. 


Bamfield — Public building 

Nanaimo — Public building — Government’s share of 

cost of local improvements 

Point Grey — Taxes for 1920 on Shaughnessy and Fair- 
mont Hospital properties 


Generally. 

Experimental Farms — Replacements, repairs and 
improvements — Further amount required .... 


Rents, Repairs, Furniture, Heating, etc. 

Dominion Public Buildings— 

Victoria, B.C. — Astrophysical Observatory — Re- 
pairs to road 


H.XEBOURS .^ND RIVERS 
Nova Scotia. 

Abercrombie Point — Repairs to wharf 

Bailey’s Brook — Rebuilding west pier 

Bakers Point — Wharf reconstruction 

Barrington Cove (Sydney Mines) — Repairs to wharf. . 

Barrington Passage — Completion of wharf 

Basswood Beach — -Extension of protection work 

Bayfield— Repairs to wharf 

Bear River — Rebuilding warping piers 

Broad Cove Marsh (Inverness Co.) — Repairs to 

wharf 

Canso — Wharf 

Castle Bay — Repairs to wharf 

Chapel Cove (West L’Ardoise) — Breakwater extension. 
Chegoggin — Renewal and extension of breakwater 

Cheverie — Repairs to wharf 

Chimney Corner — Completion of wharf 

Chris Cove — Completion of breakwater 

Church Point — Repairs to retaining wall and rebuild- 
ing sluice gates 

Comeauville — Breakwater extension 

Cribbin’s Point — Repair and reconstruction of wharf 

Culloden — Repairs to breakwater 

Devil’s Island — Breakwater repairs and extension. 

Digby — Extension to wharf and dredging 

Dublin Shore — Breakwater repairs 

Carried forward 


S cts. 


13.000 00 
3,000 00 

11.000 00 


2,000 00 
2,344 07 
1,672 76 


•S cts. 


$ cts. 


204,1.30 00 


2,803,219 83 


4,000 00 , 


2,100 00 


27,000 00 


6,016 83 


20,000 00 ; 


2,700 00 


2,700 

00 


11,000 

00 


2,200 

00 


7,000 

00 


2,800 

00 


3,300 

00 


1,600 

00 


13,350 

00 


1,700 

00 


10,000 

00 


1,300 

00 


13,000 

00 


6,. 500 

00 


1,800 

00 

. 

18,. 500 

00 


1,000 

00 


3,200 

00 


6,000 

00 


3,200 

00 


800 

00 


11,000 

00 


22,500 

00 


2,300 

00 


146, 750 

00 

265,946 83 


8 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1922-2S 


12 GEORGE y, A. 19?? 


No. 

of 

Vote. 


503^ 


504 


505 


Service. 


Brought forward. 


PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO 
INCOME — Contintied. 

HARBOURS AND RIVERS — Continued. 

Nova Scotia — Concluded. 

East End (Cripple Creek) — Improvements to protec- 
tion walls 

Fox Island — Repairs to protection works 

Friar’s Head' — Breakwater extension and repairs. .... 

Grand Etang — Repairs to harbour works 

Half Island Cove — Rebuilding breakwater 

Halifax Harbour — Lawlor’s Island — Repairs to quar- 
antine wharf 

Isaac’s Harbour — Repairs to wharf 

Kelly’s CoA'e — Breakwater repairs and improvements 

Little Bras D’Or — Repairs to breakwater 

Little River — Breakwater repairs and improvements 

Lockport — Wharf 

Lower Argyle — Repairs to wharf 

Maitland — Repairs to wharf 

Malagash — Repairs to wharf 

McKay’s Point (Judique) — Repairs to wharf 

McNair’s Cove — Repairs to break-water 

Mill Creek — Wharf extension 

Necum Teuch (Moser’s River) — Wharf repairs and 

extension 

New Glasgow — Repairs to wharf 

North Sydney — Repairs to breakwater — Further 

amount required 

Oyster Ponds — Repairs and extension of channel piers 

Pembroke — Repairs to wharf approach 

Port Hawkesbury — Repairs to wharf 

Port Maitland— Breakwater repairs and renewals. . . 
Port Mouton — Repairs to wharf and pier and exten- 
sion of pier 

Red Island — Repairs to breakwater 

River Hebert — Repairs to wharf 

Riverport— Revetment wall for dreilged spoil 

Salmon River — Wharf reconstruction 

Sandy Cove — Breakwater repairs and renewals 

Sydney (Whitney Pier) — Repairs to pier 

Tangier — Repairs to wharf 

West Green Harbour — Breakwater and wharf 


-Vew' Brunsu'ick. 

Cummings Cove — Floating slip 

Cummings T'ove — Repairs to wharf 

Dalhousie — Repairs to Ferry wharf 

Fair Haven (Deer Island)— Repairs to wharf 

Harbours and rivers generally — Repairs and improve- 
ments — Further amount required 

Little Lameciue — Repairs to wharf 

Petit Rocher — Repairs to breakwater 


Prince Edward Island. 

Bonshaw — Wharf reconstruction 

Greek River — Wharf extension 

Savage Harbour — Improvements 

Wood Islands — Repairs to breakwater. 


Carried forward . 


$ cts. 


146,7.50 00 


1.500 00 
2,400 00 

5.300 00 

4.800 00 

6,000 00 

2,400 00 

2,000 00 

3.000 00 
2,100 00 
2,020 00 

10,000 00 

900 00 

6.000 00 

700 00 

2,900 00 
3,000 00 
2,900 00 

4.300 00 
3,000 00 

2.500 00 

1.800 00 
1,200 00 
1,120 00 

7.500 00 

3,600 00 
5,250 00 

1.500 00 

12,000 00 

2,200 00 
1,800 00 
3,000 00 
800 00 

2.500 00 


900 00 

3.500 00 
4,. 500 00 

900 00 

25.000 00 

1.500 00 

10.000 00 


1,400 00 
1,400 00 
1,000 00 
1,100 00 


$ cts. 


265, 946 83 


S cts. 


2,803,219 83 


258,740 00 


46,. 300 00 


4,900 00 


575.886 83 


2,803,219 83 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1922-23 


9 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 


' Service. 

•1 cts. 

$ cts. 



575,886 83 

PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO 



I N COME — Continued. 



H.\R.BOURS .\KD RIVERS — Continued. 



Quebec. 



Anse ^ Beaufils — Breakwater repairs and reconstruc- 




6,000 00 


Anse au Griffon — Repairs to wharf 

1,500 00 


Barachois de Malbaie— Breakwater repairs and exten- 




2,700 00 


Beaulac (Garthby) — Repairs to wharf 

875 00 


Bersimis — Wharf extension and repairs 

8,600 00 


Berthierville — Wharf improvements 

8,500 00 


Bic — Repairs to wharf 

5,100 00 


Bromptonville — Repairs to protection work 

3,000 00 


Cap Chat — Reconstruction of outer end of training 




1,350 00 


Cap St. Ignace — Repairs to wharf 

1,900 00 


Chateau Richer — Repairs to wharf 

1,540 00 


East Templeton — Repairs to wharf 

1,100 00 


Fox River— Freight shed 

800 00 


Gaspe — Wharf reconstruction — Further amount re- 



quired 

12,000 00 


Grand River — Wharf extension 

32,000 00 


Grindstone, Magdalen Islands — Protection work.... 

3,700 00 


Grondines — Wharf 

12,000 00 


Iberville — Repairs to wharf 

1,100 00 


He Aux Grues — Repairs to wharf 

1,200 00 


La Malbaie — Wharf 

10,000 00 


LTslet— Repairs to wharf 

1,500 00 


Lotbiniere — Repairs to wharf 

2,200 00 


Matane — Harbour improvements 

15,000 00 


Mille Vaches — Wharf repairs 

2,800 00 


Newport — Reconstruction of jetties 

3,100 00 


Norway Bay — Repairs to wharf 

1,200 00 


Notre Dame des Sept Douleurs — Improvements to 



wharf approach 

800 00 


Peribonka — Repairs to wharf — Further amount re- 



quired 

320 00 


Petit Saguenay — Wharf repairs 

3,000 00 


Pointe a Elie — Magdalen Islands — Wharf improve- 



ments and extension 

11,400 00 


Pointe au Pic — Wharf improvements 

3,000 00 


Pointe Cavagnole — Wharf reconstruction 

4,000 00 


Poltimore — To replace present landing 

3,000 00 


Repentigny — Wharf improvements 

2,200 00 


Riviere Blanche — Repairs to wharf 

2,500 00 


Ruisseau a la Loutre — Removal of boulders 

800 00 


St. Anne de Beaupre — Repairs to wharf — Further 



amount required 

5,000 00 


St. Antoine, River Richelieu— Enlargement of wharf 



approach 

1,600 00 


St. Antoine Station — Repairs to wharf 

1,800 00 


St. Antoine de Tilly — Wharf reconstruction 

5,000 00 


Ste. Famille — Repairs to wharf 

7,350 00 


St. Fulgence — Repairs to wharf 

1,050 00 


St. Georges de Malbaie — Repairs to breakwater 

2,300 00 


St. Michel de Bellechasse — Repairs to wharf — Further 



amount required 

20,000 00 


St. Omer — Wharf reconstruction 

7,000 00 


St. Roch de Richelieu — Repairs to wharf 

1,500 00 


St. Zotique — Reconstruction of ice breakers 

4,300 00 


Trois Rivieres — Repairs to Coal Dock 

1,400 00 


Vaudreuil — Wharf reconstruction 

3,600 00 


Verdun — Wharf improvements 

3,100 00 




236,785 00 

Carried forward 


812,671 83 


No. 

of 

Vote. 


506 


cts. 


2,803,219 83 


2,803,219.83 


10 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1022-23 


12 GEORGE V, A. 1922 


No. 

of 

Vote 

Service. 

S cts. 

$ cts. 

? cts. 


Brought forward 


812,671 8.3 

0 Qn? 01 Q QQ 


PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO 




INCOME — Continued. 





HARBOURS AND RIVERS — Continued. 





Ontario. 





Arnprior — Repairs to wharf 

1,200 00 




Aultsville — Wharf reconstruction 

0,.500 00 



I 

Bayfield — Repairs to piers 

5,. 300 00 



1 

Beaumaris — Repairs to wharf 

5,200 00 




Blanche River — Improvements to navigation 

3,500 00 




Brighton — Wharf repairs 

1,000 00 




Burleigh Falls — Repairs to piers 

1,800 00 



1 

Haileybury — Repairs to wharfs 

6,000 00 




Kincardine — Repairs to piers 

24,000 00 



i 

Kingston — Repairs to Dry Dock 

1,200 00 




Kingston Harbour — Kiprapping of causeway 

3,200 00 




Kingston R.M.C. Grounds — Bank protection and re- 





pairs to boathouses and wharfs 

2,800 00 



; 

L’Orignal — Wharf repairs and improvements 

16,000 00 



507^ 

Little Current^ — Dredging 

35,. 500 00 



1 

Meaford — Repairs to pier 

5,100 00 



1 

Millhaven — Wharf — revote 

3,200 00 



1 

Mitchell’s Bay — Revetment 'W'all 

3,300 00 



• 

Oakville — ^Repairs to piers 

2,500 00 



1 

Penetanguishene — Repairs to wharf 

1,100 00 



1 

Port Bruce — Harbour repairs and improvements. . . . 

5,000 00 




Port Colborne — Repairs to breakwaters — Further 




1 

amount required 

75,000 00 




Port Dover — Repairs to pier 

2,500 00 




Port Elgin — Alteration to breakwater 

5,000 00 




Rosseau — Wharf reconstruction 

1,000 00 




Saugeeh River — Repairs to harbour works 

5,500 00 




Silver Centre — Wharf reconstruction 

2,400 00 




Silverwater — Repairs to wharf 

2,500 00 




Wheatley — Repairs to pier 

2,000 00 



1 

Whitby — Reconstruction of piers — Further amount 





required 

15,000 00 






244,300 00 



Manitoba. 




50S| 

Delta — Completion of protection work 

1 , 500 00 




W innipegosis — Wharf 

3,100 00 






4,600 00 



Saskatchewan and Alberta. 




509’: 

^^aterways — Temporary wharfage accommodation. . . 


1,000 00 



British Columbia. 




Carr’s Landing — Wharf renewal 

4,800 00 




Davis Bay — Wharf 

5,. 500 00 




Eagle Bay — Wanlock, Shuswap Lakes — W'harf 

3,3.30 00 




Fanny Bav — Wharf 

1,9.50 00 




Fraser River — Improvements — Further amount re- 





quired 

67,000 00 




Fraser River — Repairs to protection works at Annie- 




510' 

ville Bar 

6,700 00 



1 

Galena Bav — Wharf 

3,. 500 00 



1 

Gowland Harbour — Float 

1.600 00 



i 

Haysport — Floating wharf 

3,. 500 00 



j 

Kaslo — Repairs to wharf 

1,200 00 



1 

1 

Kuper Island — Repairs to wharf 1 

5,300 00 



1 

Mu.sgrave’s — W’harf repairs 1 

4,. 550 00 



1 

Osland Park — Float and approach 1 

4,000 00 



1 Carried forward ' 

112,930 00 

1,062,571 S3 

2,803,219 83 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1022-23 


11 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 


No. 

of 

Vote. 


510< 


511 


512 ^ 


v^ervice. 


Brought forward. 


PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO 
INCOME— Conh'nued. 

HARBOURS AND RIVERS — Concluded. 

British Columbia — Concluded. 

Port Moody — Repairs to wharf approach 

Port Renfrew — Wharf reconstruction 

Quatsino — Wharf repairs 

Renata — Wharf repairs and improvements 

Say ward (Salmon River) — Wharf repairs 

Skidegate — Repairs to wharf 

Sorrento — Repairs to wharf and breakwater 

Stewart — Wharf extension and repairs 

Tat chi River — ImproA’ements 

Tofino — Repairs to wharf 

Ucluelet — Wharf replacement 

Van Anda — Wharf reconstruction 

Vancouver — Stanley Park — Foreshore protection 

Westbank — Wharf extension and repairs 

Yukon Territory. 

Stewart River — Improvements 

DREDGING. 

Dredging — Maritime Provinces — Further amount re 

quired 

Drfedging— Ontario and Quebec — Further amount re- 
quired 

Dredging — Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta — 
Further amount required 

ROADS AND BRIDGES. 


cts. 


112,930 00 


1,17.5 00 
10,000 00 
6,000 00 
2,800 00 
1,200 00 
1 , 100 00 
1,200 00 
5,900 00 
3,500 00 
1,2,50 00 
8,600 00 
5,600 00 
10,000 00 
3,200 00 


$ cts. 


1,062,571 83 


100,000 00 
175,000 00 
14,000 00 


174,455 00 
5,000 00 


289,000 00 


S cts. 


2,803,219183 


513 


Burlington Channel — New bridge — Further amount 

required 

Paspebiac — Contribution towards reconstruction of 

bridge 

Interprovincial Bridge over Restigouche River at 

Matapedia— Repairs 

Red River, Man. — Repairs to river bank and road at 

St. Andrews. 

To pay Galbraith & Cate, Limited, interest at 6% on 
security deposit retained in connection with their 
tender for proposed interprovincial bridge over 
Ottawa River between Hawkesburj^ and Gren- 
ville 

Netley Cut, Man. — Repairs to bridge 

Calumet— Bryson Bridge — Reconstruction 


TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE LINES. 

Saskatchewan and Alberta. 


18,000 00 

5.000 00 
5, 100 00 

1.000 00 

180 16 
1,200 00 
16,000 00 


46,480 16 


514 ^ 


Peace River Line — Repairs to office and dwelling at 

Peace River 

Battleford — Isle La Crosse Telegraph Line — Construc- 
tion of loop line to La Plonge 

Battleford — Isle La Crosse Telegraph Line — Comple- 
tion of pole renewals ' 


3,700 00 
1,900 00 
2,000 00 


Carried forward 


7,600 00 


1,585,106 99 


2,803,219 83 


12 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1922-23 


No. 

of 

Vote. 


Service. 


Brought forward. 


515 ' 


PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO 
INCOME — Concluded. 

telegraph and telephone lines Concluded. 
British Columbia. 


Mainland Telephone Line extensions— 

Mount Olie to Chu Chua, North Thompson 

Slocan City south to Hartley’s Ranch 

Squilax to Sorrento ■ 

Blind Bay to Eagle Bay, Shuswap Lakes. 

Edgewood to Sand Creek, Fire Valley Road 

Canal Flats to Wasa. . . . . •••••• v - n 

Mainland Telegraph and Telephone Lmesr-General 
repairs and improvements — Further amount 

SkeMa^^Districf^Teiepiione line from Clinton to 

Gang Ranch— To complete. •. 

Vancouver Island Districf^General repairs and 

Vancouver Island Districte-Purchase of motor 

launch ■ • • • 

Telephone Service on Pender Island and Ma,yne 
Island— General repairs and improvements— 

Telephone line, Houston to Ootsa Lake, Francois 

Lake and Bum’s Lake — Revote, • • 

Telephone line from Squamish to Checkamous 

House and Mons — To complete. . . ._ •;■••••• 

Telephone exchange and line extensions at V ander- 
hoof — Revote, 


516 - 


XnSCELLANEOUB. 

Esquimalt Graving D 9 ck— Travelling crane— 

Further amount required. . . . . . - . • . . • • • • • 

Compensation to J. D. Niblock in full of all demands 
for injuries sustained while employed as labourer 
on the public building at Weybum, Sask. . . ■ 

Monument of His Late Majesty King Edward V 11 
Further amount required 


517 


518 

519 

520 

521 

522 


523 

524 


M\IL SUBSIDIES AND STEAMSHIP SUBVEN- 
TIONS. 

Mulgrave and Guysboro’, calling at intermediate 
ports, steam-service between — Further amount 

required , ' 

Pictou, Mulgrave and Cheti camp, steam serxice 

between— Further amount required..... 

St. John and Wedgeport, N.S., steam ^rx'ice between 
Charlottetown, Pictou and or New Glasgow, steam 
service between— Further amount required. . .... 

Campment d’Ours Island and the Mainland, ferry 

service between ; • • vv ',i - i ' ' . ' ‘ ' 't 

Charlottetown, Victoria and Holliday s vV harf, 
steam service between — Further amount re- 
quired , ■ 

Halifax, Canso and Guysboro , steam service 

between— Further amount required. ■ • 

St. John and ports on the Bay of Fundy and Minas 
Basin, steam service between— Further amount 
required 


Carried forward . 


12 GEORGE V, A. 1922 

... I * 


cts. 


cts. 


1 ,. 585, 106 99 


750 00 
510 00 
1,250 00 
3,520 00 
2,100 00 
4,600 00 


9,900 00 
1,000 00 
5,000 00 
850 00 

1,267 00 
1,300 00 
500 00 
1,500 00 


3.000 00 

500 00 

1.000 00 


cts. 


2 , 803,219 83 


34,047 00 


4,500 00 


1 , 623,653 99 


2.000 00 

3,500 00 

5.000 00 

6.000 00 
1,000 00 

500 00 

2,000 00 

500 00 ' 


20,500 00 ' 4 , 426 , 873 _82 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1922-23 


13 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 


No. 

of 

Vote. 

Service. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 


Brought forward 


20,500 00 

4,426,873 82 


MAIL SUBSIDIES AND STEAMSHIP SUBVEN- 
TIONS— Cowcfwtfed. 


525 

Port Mulgrave, St. Peters, Irish Cove and Marble 
Mountain and other ports on the Bras d ’Or Lakes, 
steam service between — Further amount required 
St. John, Bear River and other way ports, steam 
service between 


1,500 00 


526 


2,000 00 





24,000 00 






OCEAN AND RIVER SERVICE. 




527 

Amount required to provide a suitable boat to replace 
the C.G.S. “Lambton” recently lost in Lake 
Superior 


100,000 00 

30,500 00 
500 00 


528 

Amount required for compassionate allowance to 
relatives of officers, crew and light-keepers on 
board of the S.S. “Lambton” wffien she foundered 
in Lake Superior on or about the 10th April, 1922 
and were drowned 



529 

Amount required to pay compassionate allowance to 
seaman Arthur Barton of the C.G.S. “Stanley”. . 



530 

Amount required to pay Captain Frank Murphy for 
the loss of his schooner and personal effects as the 
result of a collision with the Departmental 
Steamer “Aranmore” in the month of August, 1917 


2,201 70 




133,201 70 


LIGHTHOUSE AND COAST SERVICE. 



531 

Marine Signal Service — Further amount required . . 


9,000 00 
44,000 00 

500 00 


532 

Administration of Pilotage — Further amount re- 
quired to provide for Sydney Pilotage District. . 



5335 

Amount required to pay compassionate allowance to 
John Davidson, formerly lightkeeper at Cape 
Mudge, B.C 



534 

Amount required to pay freight to point of delivery on 
steelplates belonging to Department at present at 
Sydney. Also to adjust a difference of 10 cents 
per 100 lbs. for Lloyd’s specification on the steel 
delivered to the Department 


35,000 00 





88,500 00 


SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTIONS. 



535 

Toprovidefor the payment of officials of the Dominion 
Observatory, the Geodetic Surve\ and the Inter- 
national Boundary Survey branches — Balance from 
April 1, 1919 to March 31, 1922 



11,245 00 


FISHERIES. 



536 

To provide for compensation to the crew; of the Fish- 
eries patrol boat “Givenchy” for loss of clothing 
and personal effects through the submerging of 
the vessel 


1,198 80 
5,000 00 


537 

To enable assistance to be given in fitting out a Can- 
adian fishing schooner for the International 
Fishing Schooner Race 






6,198 80 


MINES AND GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. 



538 

.Additional amount required by the Lignite Utilization 
Board of Canada to meet expenditure in connec- 
tion with the carbonizing and briquetting of 
lignite coals. — Advances to the governments of 
Manitoba and Saskatchewan 



125,000 00 






Carried forw'ard 



4,815,019 32 


14 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1922-ZS 


No. 

of 

Vote 


539 


540 



542 

543 

544 

545 

546 

547- 

548 

549 ^ 


12 GEORGE V, A. 1922 


Service. 


Brought forward 

LABOUR. 

Unemployment relief; — Further amount required. 


? cts. 


S cts. 


S cts. 


4,815,019 32 


1,200,000 00 


INDIANS. 


New Brunswick — 

Miscellaneous and Unforeseen — Further amount re- 
quired 


Ontario and Quebec — 

Relief, Medical Attendance and Medicines — Further 

amount required 

Repairs to roads, bridges and drainage — Further 
amount required 


Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and North If'est Terri- 
tories — 

Implements, tools, etc. — Further amount required.. 
Hospitals, iledical Attendance and Medicines — 

Further amount required 

General Expenses — Further amount required 


13,000 00 
27,800 00 


5.000 00 

8,640 00 

3.000 00 


Nova Scotia — 

Repairs to roads and dyking — Further amount re- 
quired 

British Columbia — 

Office and Miscellaneous expenditures — Further 
amount required 

General — 

Legal Expenses — Further amount required 

Indian Education — 

Further amount required 


550 00 


40,800 00 


16,640 00 

3.000 00 

2,880 00 

5.000 00 

211,000 00 


279,870 00 


ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE. 


Services of handwriting expert, Alonzo L. Payne, 
during fiscal years 1920-21 and 1921-22, notwith- 
standing anything to the contrary in the Civil 

Service Act 

To provide for the establishment of three detach- 
ments, two on Ellsmere Island and one on or near 
Bylot Island, Arctic Regions 


225 00 
60,000 00 


GOVERNMENT OF THE YUKON TERRI- 
TORY. 

Grant for roads — Additional amount required 

DOMINION LANDS AND PARKS. 


60,225 00 


30,000 00 


To pay F. Nelson for services while acting as Secretary 

of the Department of the Interior 

To provide for the payment to Mrs. E. S. Forbes of a 
compassionate allowance equal to one-half of the 

salary of her husband, payable monthly 

Grant to the Canadian Forestry Association — Further 
amount required 


Carried forward 


500 00 

1,050 00 
5,000 00 


6,550 00 
6,391,664 32 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1922-23 


15 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 


No. 

of 

Vote 

Service. 

$ cts. 

$ cts 

$ cts. 


t 

Brought forward 



6,391,664 32 


SOLDIERS’ CIVIL RE-ESTABLISHMENT. 



550 

Unemployment Relief — Further amount required to 
provide further assistance to unemployed pen- 
sioners and vocationally trained disabled men and 
to their dependents in the amounts and under the 
conditions laid down by the Governor-in-Council 
in Orders-in-Coucil P.C. 721, dated 31 March, 
1922, as amended by P.C. 911, dated 3 May, 
1922; and to provide for salaries and other expenses 
of administering the provisions of said Orders-in- 
Council and amendments thereto 


150.000 00 

470.000 00 


551 

To provide for the expenditures not otherwise author- 
ized arising out of the recommendations of the 
Special Parliamentary Committee on Pensions, 
Insurance and Re-establishment of 1922, as con- 
tained in Chapter 2 of the Committee’s Second 
and Final Report 






620,000 OC 






THE AIR BOARD. 




552 

To provide for the construction of a building to house 
a wind tunnel for aeronautical research 



5,000 (lO 


MISCELLANEOUS. 



553 

Grant to assist the Canadian Association for the pre- 
vention of Tuberculosis — Further amount required 


5.000 00 
12,500 00 

2.000 00 
500 00 


554 

Merchants Bank Enquiry, legal and incidental ex- 
penses 



555 

Grant to the Regional Bureau of the International 
Catalogue of Scientific Literature 



556 

Grant to the Chief Constables’ Association of Canada 



557 

Board of Commerce of Canada — To provide for the 
salary of Major Lewis Duncan from January 1, 
1921 to March 31, 1921 


1,250 00 

3,335 95 

20,000 00 
500 00 

2,000 00 
2,500 00 

5,500,000 00 
8,200 00 

2,000 00 

175,000 00 

1,750 00 
10,000 00 


558 

To pay war bonus for the year 1918-1919 to certain 
employees of the Internment Operations office and 
the Dominion Police staff 



559 

Expenses under the Canada Temperance Act — Further 
amount required 



560 

Grant to Maple Products Exhibition 



561 

Gratuity to Dr. C. E. Saunders, Dominion Cerealist, 
on his retirement from the Federal Service 



562 

To assist in the suppression of the White Slave Traffic 



563 

1 

Provisional Bonus allowance for the Inside and Out- 
side Services of the Civil Service, to be paid to 
such persons and classes of persons, in such amounts 
and at such times as the Governor in Council 
may determine 



564 

Amount required to pay legal expenses, etc., in con- 
nection with the case. Dominion Iron and Steel 
Co., Ltd., vs. The King, re ships plates 



565 

To provide for the expenses incurred or which may 
be incurred by the Committee appointed for the 
purpose of inquiring into and reporting upon an 
amendment to the Armorial Bearings of Canada 
— Further amount required 



5^7 

To provide for the purchase of British Columbia 
House, London, England, for the purposes of the 
Canadian Government 



568 

To provide additional salary for the Assistant Chief 
Electoral Officer from April 1, 1919 to June 30, 
1920 

• 


569 

Grant to the Canadian National Institute for theBlind 







Carried forward 


5,746,535 95 

7,016,664 32 


16 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1022-23 


12 GEORGE V, A. 1922 


No. 

of 

Vote. 


570 


Service. 


571 


572 


573 

574 


575 


576 

577 


578 

579 


579 


Brought forward 

M I SC E L A NEO US— Concluded . 

Amount required to settle, on the basis of 50 cents 
on the dollar, the claims of the creditors of the 
Prince Rupert Dry Dock and Engineering 
Co., Ltd., for material supplied or services ren- 
dered directly or indirectly in connection with 

the construction of the “Scottish and Britisher 

in Prince Rupert, B.C ; , 

Compassionate allowance to the widow of tRe late 
Simon Peter Grant, an employee of the Depart- 
ment of Public Printing and Stationery, who was 
killed in an elevator accident while in discharge 

of his duties on December 20, 1921 

Allowance to E. A. Thomas, Accountant, for special 
services from 1915 to 1920 as supervisor of separa- 
tion allowances paid by the Imperial Government 
to dependents of Canadian munitions workers in 
Great Britain and the adjustment of claims lor 
compassionate allowances arising therefrom..^ • 
Amount required for expenses of Canadian delegation 

to the League of Nations j ' 

Amount reQuired for expenses of Canadian delegation 

to the Genoa Conference (revote) • • • ; 

Grant to R. G. Chamberlin, for special police sepace 
on the occasion of the visit of His Royal Highness 

the Prince of Wales to Canada in 1919 

Medical Research Committee , ' -c 2- 

To provide for the application of the re-classifacation 
Inside Civil Service, for the years 1919-20 
1920-21, 1921-22, 1922-23, provided that such 

shall not have the effect of transferring officials 
from the temporary to the permanent list, and 
that temporary officials who have served con- 
•tinuously in that capacity for a period ol two 
years or more prior to July 1, 1922, may be retained 
in the Service in their temporary positions, noG 
withstanding anything to the contrary in the 

Grant to the Cafaffian National Council for combat- 
ing Venereal Diseases .■■■', V ' 

To provide for railway and steamship clwges tor 
freight on goods for the “Save the Cffiildren 
Fund”, for relief of distress in Russia — further 

amount required ; • ' ' -b' ' 

To provide for the payment to the Canadian Pacihc 
Railway, for removal of span of bridge over false 
Creek, B.C., at different times since 1918, to per- 
mit of the movement of vessels 


580 


581 


RAILWAYS AND CANALS— CHARGE^^^^^ TO 

COLLECTION OF REVENLE. 

Miscellaneous. 

Gratuity of one year’s salary to the widow of the late 
James Hardwell, Traffic Officer of the htaff of 
the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada 


PUBLIC WORKS— C HARGEABLE TO COLLEC- 
TION OF REVENUE. 


Graving Docks. 

Champlain Dock— Further amount required. 
Lome Dock— Further amount required 


Carried forward . 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


5, 746, .535 95 


S cts. 


7,016,664 32 


1.30,000 00 


3,000 00 


1,500 00 
15,000 00 
8,8.52 62 


1,000 00 

2,000 00 


8,600 00 
3,200 00 


150,000 00 
5,000 00 

20,000 00 

.32,000 00 


6,114,888 57 


7,000 00 


11,800 00 


11,800 00 


13,138,552 89 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1922-2S 


17 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 


No 

of 

Vote. 


582- 


58.3- 


584 


585 


Service. 


Brought forward. 


PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGKA.BLE TO COLLEC- 
IION OF REVEN UE— Concluded. 

T elegraph and Telephone Lines. 

Lower St. Lawrence and Maritime Provinces, includ- 
ing working expenses of vessels required for cable 

service — Further amount required 

British Columbia — Mainland — Further amount re- 
quired 

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

Yukon System — Further amount required 


POST OFFICE— OUTSIDE SERVICE. 

To provide for the payment of a compassionate allow- 
ance to George Meloche, turnkey at the Sandwich 
Gaol, for injuries which he sustained in frustrating 
a highwayman named Drouillard from robbing 
His Majesty’s mails on the Windsor, Sandwich 
and Amherstburg mail car on the 20th February, 

1922 

To pay W. R. Allen, Temporary Clerk in the Office 
of the Acting District Superintendent of Postal 
Service, St. John, for extra services in connection 
with checking incoming and outgoing British 
mails at the Port of St. John during the winter 
season of 1921-22 


TRADE AND COMMERCE. 

Trade Commissioners and Commercial Agents — 
Salaries and contingencies thereof, and miscel- 
laneous expenditures in the development and 
extension of Canadian trade — Further amount 

required 

.Advance for Canadian Wheat Board, 1922 


cts. 


17,000 00 

9,200 00 

10,900 00 
8,900 00 


$ cts. 


11,800 00 


46,600 00 


1,000 00 


62 50 


50,000 00 
50,000 00 


$ cts. 


13,138,552 89 


58,400 00 


1,062 50 


100,000 00 


13,298,015 39 


SUMMARY 


Chargeable to Consolidated Revenue Fund $ 12,094,765 39 

Chargeable to Capital 1,203,250 00 


$ 13,298,015 39 


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