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12 GEORGE V 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5 


A. 1922 


FURTHER SUPPLEMEMENTARY ESTIMATES 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1922. 


No. 

of 

Vote 


;57'J 


380 


381 


382 


383 


384 


385 


386 


387 


388 


CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT 

Printing, advertising, inspection, express, etc. — Fur- 
ther amount required 

Rrokerage on purchase of Sinking F'und.s — Further 
amount required 


CIVIL GOVERNMENT 
Pr 'mt Council Office — 

To provide for one Private Secretary from Decem- 
ber 29th, 1921, to March 31st, 1922, at $3,600 

per annum 

To provide for one Assistant Private Secretary 
from December 29th, 1921, to March 31st, 
1922, at $3,000 per annum 


Department of Justice — 

To provide for one Assistant Private Secretary 
from December 29th, 1921, to March 31st, 

1922, at $1,600 per annum 

Contmgencies — Further amount required (Governor 
General’s Warrant, December 1st, 1921) 


Department of the Secretary of State — 

To provide for the salary of a Private Secretary 
to the Secretary of State, from the 21st Sep- 
tember, 1921, to the 21st November, 1921, at 
$3,500 per annum , and from the 22nd November, 
1921, to the 28th December, 1921, at the differ- 
ence between $2,460.00 and $3,500.00 per an- 
num 

Contingencies — Further amount required 


Department of Interior — 

Contingencies — Further amount required. 


Department of Immigration and Colonization — 

Contingencies — Further amount required (Gover- 
nor General’s Warrant, February 22nd, 1922). 


Department of Finance — 

To provide for the salary of one Private Secretary 
from January 26 to March 31, 1922, at $3,360 

per annum 

To provide for the appointment of a Commissioner 
of Tariff from January- 23, 1922, at $6,000 
per annum , without reference to and notwith- 
standing the provisions of the Civil Service 
Act 


Department of Customs and Excise — 

To provide for the salary of one Private Secretary 
from January 1 to March 31, 1922, at $3,360 
per annum 


Department of Marine and Fisheries — 

To provide for one Private Secretary from January 
1st, to March 31st, 1922, at $3,360 per annum. 
To provide for one Secretary to Executive at 

$1 ,860 per annum . . . . ^ 

Contingencies— Further amount required 


Depaitment of Railways and Canals — 

Contingencies — F'crther amount required. 

Carried forward 


$ cts. 


929 03 
774 19 


412 90 

10,000 00 


697 31 
5,495 00 


614 19 


1,129 03 


840 00 

310 00 
5,000 00 


cts. 


25,000 00 
3,900 00 


1,703 22 


10,412 90 


6, 192 31 

32.000 00 

12.000 00 


1,743 22 


840 00 


6, 1.50 00 
6,400 00 


77,441 65 


$ cts. 


28,900 00 


28,900 00 


2 


^urr LEM EX TA R Y ESTIMA TEE, mi-'. 


12 GEORGE V, A. 1922 


Ko. 

of 

Vote 


38'.l 


Service 


Brought forward 

CIVIL government— C oncf«(ic(I. 

'’“S^&bJCcr’SSTrom M.rch 1, 192. Ih. 

of the retiring General Superintendent of 
Postal S^rvu-e to the rate he is now receiving 
namely S-'iJOO, per annum 

cfericarAsIistanc^Further amount required. . . 
Printing and Stationery— h urther amount re- 
quired 


390 


391 


392 


Deparlment of Trade and Secretary 

To provide for the salary of one Private . ecreta y 
from January 1st to March 31st, 1922 


Private Secretary 
C December 29th, 1921, at $3,000 per an- 


393 


To oroide' for' one ’ Senior' Clerk-Stenographer 
Cm December 29th, 1921. at $1,320 per annum 


l)evaTti7icni of Public Avchives ^ 

^ Singencies-Further amount required. 


administration of justice 




394 


oTjuTcCncludlngP^itentiaries-^ 


$ cts. 


325 00 
0,000 00 
14,000 00 


395 


3961 


397 

398 


for contingencies 

penitentiaries 

Penite;tiaries-Further amount requgd (Governor 

General’s Warrant, February 22, 1922) 

legislation 

Senate 

^'""fesiolTMessengers-Further amom 

Char Service— Further amount required 

Debates— Further amount required 

Ge.nbral 

Criminal Code, including 1920-21 Amend- 

RenCting Annual Statutes, years 1907 WOS, 1909 
^ClO 1912? 1913, 1914, 1915, 1919, 1920 


Reprinting 


agriculture 

For purchase of Seed Grain-Governor General’s War- 

13, 1921) 

Carried forward 


774 20 
340 65 


cts 


77,441 65 


5.500 00 

3.500 00 
4,672 76 


1,.500 00 
9,100 00 


20,325 00 
840 00 


1,114 85 
8,070 67 


6,000 00 

1,000 00 

6,000 00 
2,100 00 


13,672 76 


10,600 00 


500,000 00 


4,000 00 


§ cts. 


28.900 00 


504,000 00 


107,792 17 


15,100 00 


1.50,000 00 


24,272 76 


326,064 93 


SUPPLEMENT AEY ESTIMATES, 1921-22 


3 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5 


No. 

of 

Vote 


399 

400 


401 

402 


403 

404 ^ 

405 

4or)J 


407 

408 


409 


410 


Service 

Brought forward 

AGRICULTURE— Concfuffcif. 

For stock grazing and feeding — Governor General’s 
Warrants, December 1, 1921, and February 7, 1922 
Experimental Farms — Further amount required to 
provide for the payment of a compassionate allow- 
ance to the widow of the late Reginald Large, 
formerly teamster at the Experimental Station at 
Swift Current, Sask., who was accidentally killed 
by a team of horses running away 


PENSIONS 

European War and Active Militia — Further amount 

required 

North West Rebellion, 1885, and General Pensions— 
Further amount required 


MILITIA AND DEFENCE 

To provide compensation to Edward Fitzgerald of 
Winnipeg for damages to motor car through 

collision with Departmental car 

To provide for urgent Engineer Services in Quebec 
(Governor General’s Warrant, February 10, 1922) 
To provide for cost of the funeVal of the late Lieut.- 

General Sir Sam Flughes, K.C.B 

Civil Pensions — 

Life Pension to Robert Allen 

Life Pension to Ronald Morrison 

Life Pension to Walter Pettipas 


IU\ILWAYS AND CANALS— CHARGEABLE 
lO CAPITAL 


pay 


Cax.\ls 

Welland Canal; Port Colborne Elevator — To 

balance of claim of J. A. Jamieson 

Welland Ship Canal: Construction — Additional amount 
require ! (Governor General’s Warrant, February 
23, 1922) 


RAILWAYS AND CANALS— CHARGEABLE 
TO INCOME 

Miscellaneous 

Governor General’s Cars — Attendance, repaii's and 
alterations — Further amount required 


Railways 

To provide for expenditure for rails, accessories and 
repairs to equipment to December 31, 1921 
(Governor General’s Warrant, December 21, 1921) 


Carried forward. 


cts. 


269 52 
330 00 
515 90 


$ cts. 


504,000 00 


50,000 00 


2,000 00 


4,000,000 00 

6,000 00 


100 00 
19,. 350 00 
2,200 00 

1,115 42 


7,000 00 


4.35,000 00 


6,600 00 


735,000 00 


$ cts. 


326,064 93 


55.6,000 00 


4,006,000 00 


22,765 42 


442,000 00 


741,600 00 


6,094,430 35 


4 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1921-22 


12 GEORGE V, A. 1922 


No. 

of 

Vote 


Service 


411 


Brought forward . 


cts. 


41 




PUBLIC WORKS— CH.\RGEABLE TO 
INCOME 

Public Buildimqs 

Nova Scotia 

Liverpool — Public building — Addition hurt her 
amount required 


Keats, Repairs, Furniture, Heating, etc. 

Dominion Public Buildings: 

Lighting— Further amount required 

Supplies for Caretakers, etc.— Further amount re 
(juired 


413 


411 


Harbours an'd Rivers 
Quebec 

Ste. Famille — Wharf repairs and reconstruction 
Further amount required 


Ontario 


Depot Harbour— In full and final settlement of claim 
of R. Brewder in connection with his contract foi 


4U) 


410 


417 


418 


wharf renewal. 

M \IL SUBSIDIES AND STEAMSHIP 
SUBVENTIONS 

Canada, China and .Tapan, steam service between— 
Further amount required (Governor General « 
Warrant, September 21, 1921) ■ 


OCEAN AND RIVER SERVICE 

To provide for the temporary relief of distressed sea- 
men and to cover expenses of shipping forms 
Further amount required 


•S cts. 


$ cts. 


0,094,4.30 .3.') 


3,000 00 

10,000 00 


72') 00 


13,000 00 


900 00 


3,940 40 


LIGHTHOUSE AND COAST SERVICPl 

To provide for breaking ice in Tliunder bay, Fn^e 
Superior and other points deemed advisable for 
the good of navigation— Further amount required 


LABOUR 


L’nemployment Relief — Further amount required 
(Governor General's Warrants, July 23, 1921, and 
.lanuary 10, 1922) 


419 


INDIANS 

Prince Edward Island — . 

Relief and Seed Grain— Furt her amount required. 
Medical Attendance and Medicines— Further 
amount required 


Carried forward. 


.')00 00 
.OOO 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


18,071 40 


88,229 10 


11,000 00 


10,000 00 


400,000 00 


0,028,230 91 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1921-22 


5 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5 


No. 

of 

V^ote 


420 


421 


422: 


423 


424 


Service 


Brought forward 

INDIANS— Co/icZuiei. 

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

Field and Garden Seeds— Further amount re- 
quired 

Supplies for Destitute — Further amount required 
General Expenses — Further amount required 


British Columbia — - 

Relief to Destitute— Further amount i-equired. . 
Hospitals, Medical Attendance and Medicines- 

Further amount required 

Office, Miscellaneous and Unforeseen Expenses- 
Further amount required 


General — 

Relief to Destitute Indians in remote districts — 

Further amount required 

To prevent spread of Tuberculosis — Further 

amount required 

To provide for expenses in connection with epide n- 
ics of Small-pox and other diseases — ^Further 
amount required 


$ cts. 


7,000 

00 

.34,000 

00 

10, 600 

00 

4,000 

00 

5,000 

00 

7,100 

00 

50,000 

00 

8,000 

00 

5,000 

00 


Indian Education — 

Further amount required. 


GOVERNMENT OF THE -YUKON 
TERRITORY 

To pay salaries and expenses connected with the 
administration of the Territory — Further amount 
required (Governor General’s Warrant, Decem- 
ber 1, 1921) 


■? cts. 


1,000 00 


.51,000 00 


10,100 00 


03,000 00 
35,01.5 45 


DOMINION LANDS AND PARKS 


42.5 


Canadian National Parks — Further amount required 
(Governor General’s Wai’rants, August 13, 1921, 

October 17, 1921 and November 12, 1921) 

To pay the Corporation of the City of Ottawa for local 
improvements on streets fronting on Ordnance 

Lands 

To pay the Clarke Trading Company for transporta- 
tion of supplies to the inhabitants of the North 
Shore, Quebec Province 


u’iG,.5oo no 

2,1)2) 24 


1..500 00 


SOLDIER’S CIVIL RE-ESTABLISHMENT 


420 


Unemployment Relief — Further amount required to 
give effect to provisions of Orders in Council, P.C. 
161.5, dated the 13th of May, 1921, and P.C. 75, 
dated the 16th of .lanuary, 1922; and to provide 
for salaries and other expenses of administering 
the provisions of said Orders in Council (Governor 
General’s Warrant, January 16, 1922) 


MISCELLANEOUS 


427 


Paper Control Enquiry — Amount required to pay a 
balance of .S200, to each of the three Commission- 
ers 


Carried forward 


600 00 
600 00 


S cts 


6,628,2.30 91 


167,315 45 


25,001) 00 


170,62.) 24 


1,. 500, 000 00 


8,491,175-60 


6 


S(’PPLEME\TARY ESTIMATES, 1021-22 


12 GEORGE V, A. 1922 


No. 

of 

Vote 


.Service 


42S 

429 

420 


431 

432 


433 

434 

43.5 

436 

437 

438 


Brought forward 

MISCELL.VNEOU.S— Con'fuied. 

Grant towards expenses of Imperial Convention of 

Teachers in Toronto, Summer of 1921 : ' 'A " 

Board of Commerce— Further amount required to 
provide for arrears of salary of the Secretary from 

July 1, 1921, to March 31, 1922. 

To provide for expenses in connection with the prepara- 
tion of an illuminated address to the Duke of 
Devonshire, on his retirement from office as 
Governor General of Canada, including $800 for 

. 1 . F. Champagne for services rendered 

Public Archives— Further amount required. . • 

To provide for the expenses in connection with the 
reception and installation of Lord Byng of \ imy 
as Governor General (Governor General’s war- 
rants, August 22, 1921, and February 7, 1922). .... . 

Expenses under Naturalization Acts, 1914 and 1920 

Further amount required u ' "V; v 

Expenses in connection with the visit of the French 
Mission (Governor General’s W arrant, September 

7, 19211 •.;••• v- 

Expenses incurred in connection with the visit to 
Canada of the Prime Minister of New Zealand and 
party and the Hon. Mr. Lowther and party 
(Governor General’s Warrant, October 31, 192D 
Expenses of Canadian Representation at the^ Confer- 
ence on Limitation of Armament (Governor 

General’s Warrant, November 2, 1921). _ 

Expenses of the Canadian Delegates to the Economic 
and Financial Conference at Genoa (Governor 

General’s Warrant, February 20, 1922) 

To provide for balance of legal expense in connection 
with the Canadian Northern Guarantee Bdl, 1914, 
and the Grand Trunk Railway mortgage trust 
deed and lease of Eastern Division of National 
'1 ran.scontinental Railwray 


4.39 


CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

Miscellaneous — Printing, stationery and publications 
for Inland Revenue Service for fiscal year 1920-21 
(Jratuity to James C'onnor, formerly Customs 
Officer at Snowflake, Manitoba 


440 


441 


RMIAV-VYS AND CANALS— CHARGEABLE 
TO COLLECTION OF REVENUE 

4taff and Repairs— Further amount required 


PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO COL 
LECTION OF REVENUE . 

Telegraph .an'd Telephon'e Limes 

British Columbia 


442 


Mainland — Further amount required • 

\ aneouver Lsland District — Further amount required 

POST OFFICE— OUTSIDE SERVICE 

To provide for the payment of a compassionate allow- 
ance to F. E. Kitching, letter carrier, Toronto . . . . 
To pay oertain employees of the Railway Mail Service 
in the Halifax and Quebec Districts for extra 
.services in connection with checking in-coming 
and out-going British mails during the summer of 
1921.... 


Carried forward. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
600 00 

1,.500 00 
3.000 00 


942 .50 
7,600 00 


20,. 500 00 
22,71.5 00 

9,990 98 

720 42 

25.000 00 

2.5.000 00 

13,154 03 


51,017 26 
125 00 


$ cts 


8,491,175 60 


130,722 93 


8,300 00 
18,000 00 


1,000 00 


375 32 


51,142 26 


91,000 00 


26,300 00 


1,375 32 


8.791,716 11 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1921-22 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5 


No. 

of 

V'^ote 


Service 




Brought fonvard 


cts. 


V 


cts. 


S cts. 


8,791, 71() 11 


TRADE AND COMMERCE 


443 

444 


445 


Bounties on Crude Petroleum, administration of the 

Act— Further amount required 

To provide for salaries and expenses of the Grain 
Inquiry Commission — Further amount required 
(Governor General’s Warrants, November 25 

and December 21, 1921) 

Canada Gi'ain Act, administration of — Further amount 
required 


498 SO 


20,000 00 

00,000 00 


80,498 80 


ADJUSTMENT OF WAR CLAIMS 


446 

447 

448 

449 


Marine and Fisheries (Governor General’s Warrants 

November 9, 1921, and March 8, 1922) 

Immigration and Colonization (Governor General’s 

Warrant November 11, 1921) 

Justice — Further amount required 

Secretary of State — -Further amount required 


70,837 90 

140,000 00 
1,000 00 
10,000 00 


UNPROVIDED ITEMS, 1920-21 


450 


To cover unprovided items, 1920-21, as per Auditoi' 
General’s Report, part B, page 3, 1920-21 


221,837 90 


544,009 25 


9,638,062 06 


SUMMARY 


Chargeable to Consolidated Revenue Fund 8,430,214 91 

Chargeable to Capital 442,000 00 

Chargeable to Adjustment of War Claims 221,837 90 

Unprovided Items, 1920-21 .544,009 25 


9,638,062 06 


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