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No. of Vote. 


1 EDWARD VII. 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 


A. 1901 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES 


For the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 1902. 


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CIVIL GOVERNMENT. 


not- 


Eing’s Privy Council — Clerical and other assistance, 
withstanding anything in the Civil Service Act. . . 
Department of Agriculture. — To pay A. L. Jarvis the differ- 
ence between §2,112.50 and $2,212 50 omitted in main 

estimates 

To pay J. P. Beaudoin, statutory increase for 1900-1, 

omitted in main estimates 

Statutory increase to J. P. Beaudoin 1901-2 

To increase the salary of F. C. Chittick, acting accountant, 
to $1,300, notwithstanding anything in the Civil Service 

Act 

To increase the salary of A. E. Powell, a junior 2nd class 
clerk, to $850, notwithstanding anything in the Civil 

Service Act 

Contingencies — Clerical assistance — To pay G. Bowden $700, 

notwithstanding anything in the Civil Service Act 

Printing and stationery, Further amount required 


Auditor General's Office. — To increase the salaries of A. B. 
Hudson, J. W. Reid and Win. Kearns to $1,000 each 
from July 1, 1901, notwithstanding anything in the 

Civil Service Act 

1 Junior 2nd Class Clerk 

Contingencies — Further amount required for clerical and 
other assistance 


Post Office Department. — To provide for the promotion of 
B. M. Northrop to a 1st Class Clerkship from July 1. 

1901 

To provide for an additional 2nd Class Clerkship, $1,100. . . 

Departments Generally. — Contingencies — Further amount 

required 

Department of Marine and Fisheries. — To increase the 
salary of W. P. Anderson, chief engineer, notwithstand- 
ing anything in the Civil Service Act 

To increase the salary of B. H. Fraser, assistant engineer. . 


Department of Indian Affairs — To provide for the salary of 

one extra messenger 

Department of Justice — To provide for the promotion of John 
Chisholm to a 1st Class Clerkship from July 1, 1901 

To increase the salary of Miss Armstrong 

jTo increase the salary of P. M. Cote to $1,800, from July 1, 
1901, notwithstanding anything in the Civil Service Act. 

Contingencies — Sundries — Further amount required 

LiTo increase the salary of G. R. Cleland, messenger, to $500. 

Inland Revenue Department— To provide for one additional 

q i ' messenger 

I To increase the salary of L. G. Roy, notwithstanding any- 
thing in the Civil Service Act , . . . 


Carried forward 


$ cts. 


100 

00 

30 

00 

30 

00 

100 

00 

100 

00 

61 

25 

500 

00 


300 00 
600 00 

1,000 00 


1,400 00 

1,100 00 


200 00 
250 00 


1,400 00 
50 00 

100 00 
1,500 00 
70 00 


300 00 
100 00 


$ cts. 


1,300 00 


921 25 


1,900 00 

2,500 00 

1,000 00 

450 00 
300 00 


3,120 00 


400 00 


$ cts. 


11,891 25 


5a — 1 


No. of Vote. 


2 SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1902 

1 EDWARD VII., A. 1901 

Supplementary Estimates for Year 1902 — Continued. 


Service. 

Brought forward 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Concluded. 


[ Department of Railways and Canals — To provide for an 
increase of salary to Sydney Loftus, notwithstanding 

, q I anything in the Civil Service Act. .. 

j To provide for the appointment of 8. L. T. McKnight to a 
Junior 2nd Class Clerkship, notwithstanding anything 
l in the Civil Service Act 


8 cts. 


11 Department of Trade and Commerce — Contingencies— To 
increase the salary of Alexander Robertson, messenger, 
from 8530 to 8560* 


50 00 


700 00 


$ cts. 


11,891 25 


12 Department of Finance — To provide for the appointment of 
one Chief Clerk, notwithstanding anything in the Civil 
Service Act . | . 


750 00 


30 00 


13 


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 

Supreme Court of Canada. 

| To provide for one 2nd Class Clerk, R. G. Davis, notwith- 
standing anything in the Civil Service Act '. . . . . 

(. To increase the salary of J. O’Regan 

Miscellaneous. 


( Additional sum required for lighting of office of Clerk of 

Court and Judge’s Chambers, Prince Albert 

To provide additional amount for legal expenses 

14 -J To provide for the appointment of a Judge of the Court, 

I of Divorce and Matrimonial Causes in New Brunswick. 
To provide for legal expenses in connection with arbitration 

U - - - - - 


2,400 00 


1.100 00 
50 00 | 


1,150 00 


15 


re Eastern Extension Railway, N.S. 

Penitentiaries. 


Manitoba Penitentiary -- To provide for the purchase of ad- 
ditional land 


16 


DOMINION POLICE. 

f To increase che salary of Albert J. Cawdron 

I, Canal Protection Service, further amount required. 

LEGISLATION. 

House of Commons. 


20 00 
3,000 00 

500 00 

1.822 59 


5,342 59 


100 00 
45,000 00 


8 cts. 


- 15,071 25 


6,492 59 

8,000 00 

45,100 00 


' Additional amount for clerical assistance to Leader of 

Opposition 

Additional amount to Speaker’s Secretary 

Additional amount for newspapers 

Additional amount for printing, printing paper and binding 
[Amount required for tradesmen and others, towards fur- 
nishing new rooms for members 

To provide for the promotion of Wilfred Dube to 2nd Class 
To provide increases to the following: — A. H. O'Brien, 
8100, James Dalton, 850, R. Tremblay, 850, C. George. 

830 

To provide further amount for contingencies, Housekeeper’s 
Department 


300 00 
150 00 
200 00 
25,000 00 

1,000 00 

100 00 


230 00 
250 00 


Carried forward 




27,230 00 


27 230 00 i 

74,663 84 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1902. 


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Supplementary Estimates for Year 1902 — Continued. 


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18 


Service. 


Brought forward. 


LEGISLATION — Concluded. 

Library. 

To provide for the payment of two sessional messengers at 
the rate of $2.50 per diem each, during the session of 
1902 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


27,230 00 


500 00 


ARTS, AGRICULTURE AND STATISTICS. 


19 


20 

21 

22 


Commissioner’s Branch for Agriculture and Dairying, 
including cold storage on steamships, on railways, at 
warehouses and creameries, and for expenses in connec- 
tion with trial shipments of products, and for securing 
improvement and recognition of the quality of Canadian 

products 

Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo.. 

For the purpose of renewing and improving Canadian 

Exhibit at Imperial Institute, London 

Statistical Year Book 


48,600 00 

20,000 00 

3.000 00 

1.000 00 


QUARANTINE. 


23 

24 

25 


°ublic health 

Tuberculosis in cattle 
F umigating stations . . 


30,000 00 
5,000 00 
500*00 


MILITIA. 


( Chargeable to Income.) 


2G 

27 

28 

29 

30 


31 


Defences of Esquimalt — Further sum required 

Dominion Rifle Association, additional grant 

Military Properties. — Further amount required.. 

To pay claims for damages caused by snowslides at Quebec. 
To pay for lands expropriated for Work Point Barracks, 

Esquimalt 

Monuments for battlefields — Monument at Eccles Hill 
(revote) 


5.500 00 

3.500 00 
29,700 00 

250 00 

7,200 00 
400 00 


MILITIA. 

( Chargeable to Capital.) 


32 

33 

34 


Arms, ammunition, &c. (revote) 

Arms, Ammunition and Defence (revote), 1 809—1900 . 
Government Cartridge Factory, ammunition (revote) 


100,000 00 
355,000 00 
54,000 00 


Special. 


35 


Halifax Provisional Garrison . . 

Carried forward 


$ cts. 


74,663 84 


27,730 00 


72,600 00 


35,500 00 


46,550 00 


509,000 00 


338,000 00 
1,104,043 84 


No. of Vote. 


4 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1902. 


1 EDWARD VII., A. 1901 

Supplementary Estimates for Year 1902 — Continued. 


36 


37- 


3 * 


39 


Service. 

8 cts. 

8 cts. 

Brought forward 


1 




DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS AND CANALS— 
CHARGEABLE TO CAPITAL. 

Railways. 

Intercolonial Railway. 



To strengthen iron bridges (revote) ... 

75,000 00 


To increase accommodation at Levis (revote) 

35,000 00 


To dredge and blast rock at Halifax (revote) 

6,000 00 


Towards building additional engine houses (revote, 845,000) 
Towards improvements at Mulgrave (revote, 810,000) 

60.000 00 


13,000 00 


To provide drop pits (revote) 

5,000 00 


To increase facdities and accommodation along line (revote, ; 



848,000) 

93,600 00 




Additional sidings along line (revote, 813,000) 

58,000 00 


Towards building sea wall in Cape Breton (revote) 

8,000 00 


To raise Sydney and Louisbourg railway bridge over I.C.R. 


at Sydney (revote) 

3,300 00 


To divert road and build overhead bridge at Drummond- 



ville 

6,000 00 


Towards increased accommodation at Stellarton 

20,500 00 


Towards increasing accommodation at Halifax . . 

60,000 00 


Improvements at Westchester 

4,700 00 


Increased accommodation at Pictou 

45.000 00 


To provide 9 electric anjl 4 mechanical semaphores 

4,000 00 


Towards improving fern 7 service at Strait of Canso 

46,000 00 


Buildings and appliances for making Pintsch gas 

13,000 00 


To extend blacksmith shop at Moncton 

7.000 00 


To provide additional snow fences along line 

5,000 00 


To make improvements at St. Octave . . 

2,600 00 


Steel rails 

160,000 00 


Station at Nicolet 

2,500 00 


Station and freight house at Eel River ... 

3,000 CO 


To pav G. S. Mayes amount of claim for work done on the 


Intercolonial Railway at Pictou if accepted, to be in 



full settlement. 

8,939 39 

745,189 39 

Canals. 



Welland Canal. 



f Improvements at Port Colborne entrance (revote, 8150,000). 

300,000 00 


To deepen portions of long level 

30,000 00 


To lower mitre sills of eutrance lock, Port Colborne . 

15,000 00 


V To deepen canal from Port Colborne to Humberstone . . 

85,000 00 

430,000 00 

Galops Canal. 



/ Enlargement (revote) 

90,000 00 


1 North channel, forming a dam, &c. (revote) 

45,000 00 

135,000 00 

Lachine Canal. 



t Towards building new lock (revote, 400,000) 

500,000 00 


1 Building dope walls, dredging pontoon gate, power house 


j enlargement 

86,000 00 


t Installation of electric light 

5,000 00 

591,000 00 

Carried forward . 


1,901,189 39 


cts. 


1,104,043 84 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1902. 


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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 

Supplementary Estimates for Year 1902 — Continued. 


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£ 


40- 


41 


42 


43- 


44 


45 


4G 




48 


49 


50 


Service. 

$ cts. 

Brought forward 

1 

RAILWAYS AND CANALS— CHARGEABLE TO 
CAPITAL — Concluded. 

Canals — Concluded. 

Trent Canal. 

Construction (re vote). 

Contribution towards rebuilding Cowan’s Bridge over 
Pigeon Creek in the township of Emily (revote of lapsed 
amount) 

Cornwall Caned. 

In full settlement of Gilbert Dredging Co.’s claim (revote 
810,500) 

140,000 00 
1,500 00 


RAILWAYS AND CANALS— CHARGEABLE TO 
INCOME. 

Canals. 

St. Ours Lock. 

Towards rebuilding dam (revote) 


Lachine Caned. 

To pay a proportion of the cost of paving Mill Street . 
Macadamizing Road from Cote St. Paul 

20,000 00 
2,500 00 
2,500 00 

To repair tug Frank Perew 

Welland Canal. 

To rebuild Marlatt’s Bridge 

10,000 00 

7,000 00 

To raise walls of old Canal Locks 

Carillon and Grenville Caned. 

To rebuild Guide Pier (revote) 


Trent Canal. 

Towards re-building* bridge over Ohemong Lake (revote).. . . 

t 

Welland Caned. 

To re-build dam and bridge at Dunnville 

To renew docking below lock 1 (revote) 

43,000 00 
11,800 00 

/ 

Chambly Caned. 

m 

Drainage works at St. Johns, P. Q 


Culbute Canal. 

To pav damages by fldoding 


St. Peters Caned. 

To pay claim of S. O’Donohue if accepted to be in full 
settlement. ... 


Carried forward 



$ cts. 


1,901,139 39 


141,500 00 


10,480 00 


6,000 00 


25.000 00 

17.000 00 

30.000 00 

10.000 00 

54,800 00 

10,000 00 

265 00 

9,222 27 
; 162,287 27 


•S cts. 


1,104,043 84 


2,059 119 3 


3,163,163 2 


No. of Vote. 


6 


S UPPLEMEXTA R Y ES TIMA TES, 1902. 


1 EDWARD VII., A. 1901 

Supplementary Estimates for Year 1902 — Continued. 


Service. 


Brought forward. 


RAILWAYS AND CAN ALS— CHARGEABLE TO 
IN COME — Concluded. 


S cts. 


S cts. 


162,287 27 


S cts. 


3,163,163 23 


Miscellaneous. 

' Salaries of Engineers, Draughtsmen, Extra Clerks and 
Messengers. To provide for an increase to the salaries 
of Expert Check Clerk, Mr. G. A. Mothersill, SI 00 ; 
j l Assistant Inspecting Engineer, Mr. E. Y. Johnson, 
$100 ; and Photographer, Mr. D. A. McLaughlin, $50 

Governor General's Car — Repairs and alterations 

To defray expenses in gathering information and otherwise 
k | with reference to a Railway Commission 


PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO CAPITAL, j 
Public Buildings. 

Public Buildings , Ottawa. 

52 Towards a branch of the Royal Mint 

53 Parliament Buildings — Addition to building over engine 

house, and improvements for main vestibule, including 
2 electric elevators 

54 To authorize the commencement of construction of the Vic- 

toria Memorial Museum. . . 

55 Ottawa Military Buildings — Fittings, hoist, &c., for new 

store 


Harbours and Rivers. 


250 00 

2,000 00 

5,000 00 

7,250 00 


50,000 00 1 


35.000 00 

50.000 00 

16.000 00 | 


151,000 00 


169,537^273 


Quebec. 

Kg / River St. Lawrence Ship Channel — To provide for an ad- 
J ( ditional dredge (hydraulic) 

Ontario. 

-- / Rainy River— Lock and dam (revote). 


58 


( I Port Arthur — Extension of breakwater and dredging . . 

Manitoba. 

St. Andrew’s Rapids improvements, Red River (revote) . 
Transportation Facilities. 


( 1 Montreal Harbour (lower division)— Improvements below 

59 < St. Mary’s current (revote) 

V Port Colborne — Harbour improvements (revote) . 

Telegraph Lines. 

British Columbia. 

Land line, Port Simpson via Port Essington to Hazelton. . 
Branch line from a point on the Quesnelle-Atlin line about 

60 15 miles east of Fort Fraser to Manson Creek 

To pay Canadian Pacific Railway Co., for accounts rendered 
for transportation of materials, &c 


Carried forward. 


25.000 00 

75.000 00 


250,000 00 
40,000 00 


40.000 00 

48.000 00 
2,238 48 


250.000 00 

100.000 00 

75,000 00 


290,000 00 


90,238 48 


956,238 48 
4,288,938 98 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1902. 


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Supplementary Estimates for Year 1902 — Continued. 


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Service. 


Brought forward. . 

PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO INCOME. 
Public Buildings — Continued. 

Nova Scotia. 

Arichat — Reconstruction of Public Building 

Digby — Public building (revote) 

Halifax — New public building (revote) 

Springhill — Public building (revote) 

Halifax Drill Hall— (revote of 83,160. 18 lapsed June 30, 1900) 
Sydney Public Building— Repairs, renewals, improvements, 

&c 

Sydney Quarantine Station — Disinfecting building, &c., at 

Point Edward 

Halifax Quarantine Station on Lawlor’s Island— Improve- 
ments, repairs and supplies, including laboratory with 

microscope, &c., and reflooring of wharf 

Middleton Armoury 

Guysboro’ — Public Building 

Prince Edward Island. 

Summerside Public Building — Repairs, renewals, &c. . . 
Charlottetown Dominion Building— Repairs, renewals, &c. . 

New Brunswick. 


$ cts 


$ cts . 


3.000 00 

6.000 00 

25,000 00 

8,000 00 

6,900 00 

1,000 00 

2,800 00 


5,700 00 

3.000 00 

5.000 00 


900 00 
4,150 00 


66,400 00 


5,050 00 


63 


l 


Marysville Public Building (revote) 

Tracadie Lazaretto — Outbuildings, renewing waterpipes, 

&c 

St. John Post Office — Sanitary improvements, plumbing, 

ventilation, &c 

Fredericton Public Building — Renewals, improvements, &c. 
Woodstock Public Building — New retaining wall, repairs, 

&c 

Chatham Public Building — Repairs, renewals, &c 

Newcastle Public Building — Sidewalk, repairs, &c 

St. John Quarantine Station — Water service, drainage, heat- 
ing, furniture, &c 

Richibucto — Public Building 


8,000 00 


1,850 00 

2,000 00 

1.400 00 

2.400 00 
800 00 

1,200 00 

8,600 00 
4,000 00 


Quebec. 


30,250 00 


( Levis Cattle Quarantine Station — Renewals, improvements, 

repairs, &c 

Quebec immigrant buildings on Louise Embankment, and 

Queen’s Wharf buildings 

Quebec Post Office — Renewals, improvements, repairs. &c. . 
Sherbrooke Examining Warehouse— Heating apparatus, &c. 

Montreal Post Office — Improvements. . . . 

Montreal Examining Warehouse — Addition to and altera- 
tions, including fittings, furniture, &c 

64 -( Grosse Isle Quarantine Station 

Montreal Public Buildings — Improvements, alterations, re- 
pairs, &c i 

Hochelaga Post Office 

St. Hyacinthe Drill Hall 

Levis Public Building . 

St. Hyacinthe Public Building — Improvements 

Valleyfield — Public Building 

Quebec Custom House and Examining Warehouse— Im- 
( provements 


3.500 00 

4.500 00 

3.000 00 
850 00 

1.500 00 

15.000 00 

20.000 00 

10,000 00 

2.000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 

800 00 
10,000 00 

2,000 00 


93,150 00 


101,700 00 


•S cts . 


4,288,938 98 


Carried forward 


4,288,938 98 


No. of Vote. 


8 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1902. 


1 EDWARD VII., A. 1901 

Supplementary Estimates for Year 1902 — Continued. 


Service. 



Brought forward 93,150 00 101,700 00 

PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO INCOME- 
Continucd. 

Public Buildings — Continued. 

Quebec - Concluded. 


$ cts. 


4,288,938 98 


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Thetford Mines — Public building 

Quebec Military Buildings — Rolling mill for cartridge] 

factor} 7 I 

Quebec Military Buildings — New iron foundry, inclusive of 
installation of electric light plant and sundry machinery 

ordered.. 

Quebec Military Buildings — New artillery workshop 

L’Assomption — Public Building 

Quebec Immigrant Buildings — Additional accommodation 

at Louise Basin 

Montreal Custom House — Alterations, including furniture, 
fittings, &e 


5.000 00 

9.000 00 


12,000 00 
18,000 00 
5,000 00 

5.000 00 

7.000 00 




154,150 00 


Onto. rio. 


66 \ 


London Drill Hall and Armory (revote) 

Sarnia Public Building (revote). 

Toronto Junction — Public building (revote) 

Woodstock Post Office (re vote) 

Paris Public Building (revote, 810,000) 

Stratliroy Public Building — Improvements. ... 

Windsor Drill Hall (revote) 

Sault Ste. Marie — Public building 

Ottawa Public Buildings — Steel.drawers and rollers, shelves, 

&c 

Kingston Royal Military College — Additional buildings, 

gymnasium, and hospital (revote, 86,000) 

Kingston Post Office — Repairs, improvements, &c 

St. Thomas Drill Hall and Armoury (revote) 

Ottawa Major’s Hill Park— Improvements, &c 

Ottawa Parliament Building — Electric wiling and luxfer 

prisms for Senate Chamber, &c 

Toronto Dominion Building — Improvements, renewals, re- 
pairs, &c 

Prescott Public Building — Repairs, renewals, &c 

Toronto Custom House and Examining Warehouse— Paving 

(re vote, 84,515) ... 

Windsor Public Building — Additions and improvements to 

post office fittings, also general repairs to building 

London Post Office — Improvements, &c 

London Custom House— Improvements, &c 

Rideau Hall— Improvements to outbuildings 

Hamilton Public Building — Improvements 

Ottawa Public Buildings — Two new boilers for Langevin 

Block (re vote) 

Guelph Public Building— Renewals, repairs, &c 

Niagara Falls— Clifton Public Building — Renewals, re- 
pairs, &c 

Clinton — Post Office 

Cobourg— Towards construction of armoury 

Kingston Military Buildings— Stable accommodation for 

Field Battery 

Ottawa Post Office— Stone porch 


Carried forward 


18,000 01 
12,000 00 

5.000 00 
12,000 00 
21,000 00 

2,350 00 

6.000 00 
10,000 00 

25.000 00 

16.000 00 
1,100 00 
7,000 00 

1.500 00 

8,000 00 

3.500 00 
2,000 00 

6,000 00 

5.000 00 

4.000 00 
2,100 00 

4.500 00 
2,800 00 


1,300 00 [ 
2,000 00 

1,500 00 ; 
5,000 00 | 
10,000 00 

5,000 00 
900 00 


200,550 00 


456,400 00 


4,288,938 98 


No. of Vote. 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES , 1902. 


9 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 

Supplementary Estimates for Year 1902 — Continued. 


Service. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

Brought forward 


456,400 00 

PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO INCOME— 


Continued. 



Public Buildings — Con. 



Manitoba. 



Winnipeg Dominion Public Buildings, Asphalt Pavement, 



&c., (revote) 

2,100 00 


Winnipeg Immigrant Building —Hospital, (revote of $4,600 



lapsed) 

10,000 00 


Winnipeg Post Office — New plumbing, repaii’s, etc. . . . 

4,000 00 


Brandon Public Building— Repairs, improvements, etc. . . . 

1,800 00 




17,900 00 

North- West Territories. 



Carnduff — Court House — (revote) 

6,000 00 


Edmonton — Court House and .Tail — (revote) 

6,000 00 


MacLeod — Court House and Jail — (re vote) .... 

5,000 00 


Yorkton— Court House and Jail— (revote) 

5,000 00 


Red Deer— Court House, Lock-up, etc. and Land Office — 



(revote $5,700.) 

6,700 00 


Lethbridge — Immigration Building 

3,000 00 


Calgary — Court House — Furniture, &c 

500 00 


Regina — Lt. Governor’s residence, improvements, repairs, 



&c 

5,000 00 


Saskatoon Immigrant building 

1,500 00 


Red Deer Valley Immigrant Building — (revote of appro- 



priation of $1,100 made for Swan River) 

3,000 00 


Regina Court House and Land Office — Improvements, re- 



newals and repairs 

1,300 00 


Regina — Addition, repairs, &c., to North-west Government 



Buildings 

2,725 00 


Battleford Registry Office — Repairs, &c. (revote) 

60o 00 




46,325 00 

British Columbia. 



Nelson Public Building — (revote) 

15,000 00 


Rossland Public Building— (revote) 

10,000 00 


Williams Head Public Building — Quarantine station, second 



disinfecting chamber, &c 

21,250 00 


Nanaimo Public Building— New lock boxes, renewals, etc. . 

1,700 00 


Vancouver Drill Hall — To complete 

10,000 00 


New Westminster Public Building — Addition to Examining 



warehouse 

2,550 00 


Vancouver Public Building — Alterations on ground floor. . . 

600 00 



— 

61,100 00 

Public Buildings Generally. 



Construction of Armouries — (revote) 

28,000 00 


Ottawa Public Buildings — Telephone Service 

1,000 00 


Lighting Dominion Public Buildings .. .. 

5,000 00 


Ottawa City Post Office— Rewiring for electric light service 

700 00 


Fittings, furniture, etc., for new offices for Surveyor Gen- 



eral’s Branch, Department of the Interior 

15,500 00 



— 

50,200 01 

Rents, Repairs, Furniture, Heating, <Lx. 



Plant house — Major’s Hill Park 

4,500 00 


Liverpool Public Building— Safe 

650 00 


Montreal Inland Revenue Offices — Safe 

550 00 




5,700 00 

Carried forward 


637,625 01 



$ cts. 


4,288.938 98 


4,288,938 98 


No. of Vote. 


10 


5 UP PL EM EXT A R Y EH TIMA TES, 1902. 


1 EDWARD VII., A. 1901 

Supplementary Estimates for Year 1902 —Continued. 


Service. 


Brought forward. 


PUBLIC WORKS-CHARGEABLE TO INCOME- 
Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers. 


$ cts. 


Xova Scotia. 


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Amagadus Pond — Wharf 

j Arnold’s Point — To open channel to lake 

Bear River — Removal of obstructions and repairs to moor- 
ing pier 

Big Lorraine— Dredging channel 

Big Pond — Wharf 

Bass River— Repairs and extension to wharf 

Beaver Harbour — Wharf. . 

Burlington — Wharf (revote 81,500) 

Bridgewater— Dredging (revote) 

Blanche — Repairs to an extension of breakwater. ... 

Boulardarie Centre— Wharf (revote) 

Cribbon’s Point — Repairs to wharf 

Cape Cove — Addition to breakwater and repairs . 

Comeau — Breakwater 

Cbeverie — Extension to breakwater (revote) 

Cheticainp Point — Wharf 

Canada Creek — New block to breakwater (revote) 

Chipman’s Brook — Extension of breakwater 

Coffin’s Island — Extension of beach protection. 

Cape Aguet — Boat harbour 

Delap’s Cove — Repairs to pier 

Drumhead— Breakwater 

East Berlin — Breakwater 

Eagle Head — Repairs and extension to breakwater (ievote). 

East Jordan — Repairs to breakwater 

Faulkner’s Creek— Wharf (revote) ; 

Finlay’s Point— Breakwater (revote) 

Granville Ferry — Removal of reef 

Granville Centre — Wharf 

George ville— Repairs to wharf 

Gabarus Breakwater —Additional 

Grand Narrows — Reconstruction of wharf (revote) 

Grand Etang — Creosoted timber pilling in bridgeworks. 

Hawk Point Inlet — Boat channel 

Harrigan’s Cove — Wharf I 

Heiring Cove — Breakwater 

Iona— Wharf (revote of lapsed amount) 

Kingsport — Reconstruction of pier 

Kempt Head — Wharf Irevote, 82,000) 

Livingstone’s Cove— Wharf- Head block ! ' . . 

Lingan — Beach protection 

Lower Cove — Breakwater. 

Larry’s River— Breakwater 

Lunenburg — Dredging (re vote) 

L Ardoise — Extension of breakwater to the shore 

L Ardoise West— Protection pier at LaBill’s Point 

Lennox Passage — Dredging Carey’s Passage (revote) 

Little Narrows — Repairs to wharf 

Little Narrows— Boat harbour at Big Pond (revote) ... 

Margaretville — Construction of pier and removal of stone. 

Malignant Cove — Boat harbour (revote) 

Main a Dieu — Repairs to breakwater 

Minudie— Wharf 

Meteghan River — To continue restoration of breakwaters . . 


Carried forward 115, COO 


2, 000 

00 

1,000 

00 

3,000 

00 

2,500 

00 

2,500 

00 

1,000 

00 

1,500 

00 

3,500 

00 

5,000 

00 

500 

00 

2,000 

00 

1,500 

00 

4,000 

00 

1,000 

00 

1,000 

00 

2,000 

00 

1,000 

00 

1,400 

00 

1,000 

00 

500 

00 

400 

00 

2.000 

00 

2,000 

00 

1,500 

00 

400 

00 

1,500 

00 

2,000 

00 

1,000 

00 

1,200 

00 

700 

00 

4,000 

00 

1,200 

00 

2,800 

00 

700 

00 

1,500 

00 

1,500 

00 

5,500 

00 

10,000 

00 

5,500 

00 

2,000 

00 

2.000 

00 

3,000 

00 

2,000 

00 

5,000 

00 

3,000 

00 

2-0 

00 

1,800 

00 

1,500 

00 

1,000 

00 

1,500 

00 

2,500 

00 

200 

00 

2,000 

00 

4,000 

00 

115,600 

00 


8 cts. 


8 cts. 


637,025 00 4,288,938 98 


037,625 00 


4,288,938 98 


No. of Vote. 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1902. 


11 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 

Supplementary Estimates for Year 1902 — Continued. 


Service. 


Brought forward 


$ cts. 


115,(i00 00 


PUBLIC WORKS CHARGEABLE TO INCOME 
— Continued. 

Id arbours and Rivers — Continued. 


$ cts. 


8 cts. 


637,025 00 


4,288,938 98 


Nova Scotia — Concluded. 


Musquodoboit Harbour — Dredging 

Musquodoboit Harbour— Wharf 

Margaree Island — To complete wharf 

Margaree Harbour -Improvements (re vote $1,000) 

New Harbour — Breakwater, repairs, protection, slopes, &c. 

Nyanza — Repairs and extension to wharf 

Ogden’s Pond — Opening of pond and construction of beach 

protection (revote) 

Parker’s Cove — Extension of pier 

Port George- Breakwater (revote $1,000) 

Parrsboro — Wharf (revote) 

Petpezwick — Dredging bar at mouth of harbour. . . 

Port Hawkesbury — Wharf 

Port Hastings — Extension of wharf (revote) 

Pereaux — Landing pier (revote) 

1 Pictou Beach protection at the light (revote) 

Port Joli — Repairs to wharf 

Port Mouton — Repairs to wharf 

Poirierville — Breakwater 

Petit de Grat — Reconstruction of protection works and 

dredging (revote) 

Plymouth— Wharf extension 

Pinckney’s Point — Breakwater 

Ragged Head — Wharf 

Red Islands — Repairs to wharf at Johnston’s Harbour. . . . 

Red Head — Repairs to channel, protection cribwork 

Sydney — Repairs to quarantine wharf 

Sight Point — Boat harbour (revote) 

Smithville — Removal of locks 

Sandford Breakwater Extension and completion 

Tancook Island — Restoration of wharf 

Tracadie East— Repairs to and extension of beach protec- 
tion works 

Tidnish — Extension and repairs to wharf 

The Gate — Improvement of channel between Comeau’s Hill 

Point and Big Tusket Island 

White Haven — Repairs to canal banks (revote). . . 

Walton — Repairs to breakwater (revote) 

West Bay, Richmond -Repairs to wharf 

Washabuck Centre — Wharf 

L West Pubnico — Extensi n of pier, etc. (revote) 


3.000 00 
1,600 00 

1.000 00 
2,000 00 

4.000 00 

1.000 00 

1,300 00 

3.000 00 
4,900 00 

4.000 00 

3.000 00 

4.000 00 

2.000 00 
2,000 00 

440 00 
500 00 
400 00 

3.000 00 

1.000 00 
500 00 

1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
400 00 
250 00 
500 00 
900 00 

4.000 00 

2.000 00 

1,000 00 
1,000 00 

1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,500 00 
1,000 00 


Prince Edward Island. 


179,790 00 


r 


731 


Canoe Cove breakwater Irevote) . . 

Summerside Harbour— Breakwater 

Tignish — Repairs to and extension of breakwater — To com- 
plete (revote) 

Wood Islands — Extension of southern breakwater, &c. 

(revote) 

Wood Islands — Repairing and strengthening the northern 

breakwater 

Belfast pier — Repairs, including $500 for warehouse 

China Point pier — Fender piling, &c 


Carried forward 


6,500 

00 

20,000 

00 

1,500 

oo 

3,500 

00 

1,500 

00 

1,200 

00 

500 

00 

34,700 

00 


817,415 00 


4,288,938 98 


No. of Vote. 


12 


S UPP L EM ENT A R Y ES TIMA TES, 1902. 


1 EDWARD VII., A. 1901 

Supplementary Estimates for Year 1902 — Continued. 


74- 


Service. 

8 cts . 

8 cts . 

Brought forward ! 

34,700 00 

817,415 00 4 

PUBLIC WORKS- CHARGEABLE TO INCOME 



— Continued. 



Harbours and Rivers— Continued. 



Prince Edward Island — Concluded. 



Georgetown pier — Works of reconstruction and repair 

1,500 00 


Haggerty's Wharf- Repairs 

850 00 


North Cardigan pier — \Y T orks of reconstruction and repair.. 

2.250 00 


Port Selkirk pier — Fender piling, &c 

000 00 


Pownal pier Reconstruction of top portion, &c 

1,550 00 


Annandale- Reconstruction of pier head and general repairs 

500 00 


Morrison’s Point — Beach protection works 

500 00 


Sturgeon Pier — Repairs 

500 00 


Kier’s Shore — Wharf approach 

500 00 



* 

43,450 00 

• New Brunswick. 



( Back Bay — Extension of wharf (revote 8800) 

2,100 00 


Bay du Vin To complete reconstruction of wharf (revote). 

5,000 00 


Black Brook (Loggiesville) wharf (revote 83,770) 

5,40!) 00 


Burnt Church wharf (revote) 

2. (XX) 00 


Cambellton— Dredging (revote) 

5,000 00 


•i — Wharf extension and repairs (revote 80,700) . . 

7,800 00 


Cainpobello (Wilson’s Beach) -Repairs to breakwater 



(revote) 

5,000 00 


Cape Tormentine — Repairs to breakwater, &e. (revote 



$10,000) 

25,000 00 


Chance Harbour Breakwater (revote) 

4,000 00 


Clifton (Stonehaven) breakwater— (revote 81,000) 

3,000 00 


Dalhousie— Repairs to ballast wharf 

1,000 00 


Dipper Harbour breakwater (revote) 

3,250 00 


Dorchester (Cole’s Point) breakwater — (revote §5,000) 

15,000 00 


Grande Anse— Extension of and repairs to breakwater 



(revote 88,000) 

12,000 00 


Hopewell Cape — New wharf (revote). 

7.000 00 


M is pec Harbour — Breakwater at mouth of (revote 89,000). . 

11,000 00 


Point Wolfe breakwater — (revote 82,700) 

3,000 00 


Richibucto Reconstruction of north pier and groynes, &c. 



(levote 87,000) 

26,000 00 


Shopodv River -.New wharf at Hopewell Hill (revote 



82.500) 

4,500 00 


Shippegan Harbour Extension of and repairs to protection 



works (revote 81,500) 

4,650 00 


Shippegan Wharf at Lameque (revote) 

(5,800 00 


Tracadie wharf — (revote) 

500 00 


Wharfs in tidal waters, St. John River and tiibutaiies 

3,0 JO 00 


Upper Salmon River (Alma pier) . . 

5,70 » 00 


iKmgston Repairs to wharf 

750 00 


Mispec— Repairs to wharf 

2,000 00 


River St. John — Wharf at Oromocto 

1,500 00 


St. John Harbour— Groynes at base of Fort Dufferin 

1,000 00 


St. Mary’s pier — Repairs 

600 00 


Chockfish River — Breakwater at mouth of river 

1,000 00 


St. Andrews- -Wharf 

2,000 00 


St. George — Repairs to puVilic wharf 

500 (X) 


Bathurst— Wharf 

2.000 00 


Upper Caraquet— Repairs to wharf 

1,900 00 


Carried forward 


180,950 00 
1,041,815 00 


8 cts . 


4,288,938 98 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1902. 


13 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 

Supplementary Estimates for Year 1902 — Continued. 


6 

O 

> 

u-t 

3 

o 

& 


r 


75-; 


Service. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

Brought forward 


1,041,815 00 

PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO INCOME— 


Continued. 



Harbours and R i vers— Continued. 



Quebec. 



Bic-Pier at Pointe a Cote (revote) 

5,000 00 


Carleton -Extension of landing pier (revote). 

3,000 00 


Etang du Nord — Breakwater (revote) 

2,000 00 


Grand Vallee pier (re vote, $2,000) . 

10,000 00 


Greece’s Point wharf (revote, $3,000) 

3,500 00 


Hull landing pier (revote) 

5,000 00 


lie aux Coudres — Addition to wharf (revote) 

5,000 00 


He aux Grues, north shore — Construction of wharf and pur- 



chase of land (l'evote) 

7,500 00 


lie Verte — Repairs to wharf 

800 00 


Kamouraska — To complete addition to wharf 

800 00 


Lanoraie— Repairs to wharf (revote) 

4,000 00 


Lotbiniere — Addition to isolated block 

6,000 00 


Magdalen Islands — Breakwaters (revote) 

3,000 00 


Maria — Isolated block (revote) 

G,0! 0 00 


Murray Bay — Increasing height of wharf, &c. (revote) . . . . 

5,700 00 


Newport breakwater (revote) 

2,000 00 


Perce (North Cove)- Wharf (revote) 

10,000 00 


St. Jean des Chaillons — Improvement of harbour (revote). . 

3,600 00 


St. Lambert — Cribwork protection wall (revote, $5,000). . . . 

11,000 00 


St. Mathias wharf — Head block (revote, $1,500) 

2,500 00 


Temiseouata Lake landing piers 

1,200 00 


River Ste. Anne de la Perade- Repairs to works 

3,000 00 


Cacouna — Extension of wharf 

2,500 00 


Anse St. Jean— Repairs to wharf 

1,000 00 


Lake St. -John wharfs —Repairs... 

2,500 00 


Harbour of Three Rivers — Additional deep water wharfs, 



ifec .... 

25 000 00 


River St. Maurice Dredging 

o ’ 000 00 


Sabrevois wharf — To complete approach, &e . 

1,000 00 


Cap de Chatte — To raise part of training pier on foreshore. 

1,000 00 


Graham wharf — Bracing, &e 

800 00 


Berthier en Bas — To complete widening of head of pier; 



repairs to same, &c. (revote, $1,000) 

5,000 00 


Matane— Extension of pier, repairs to old work, &c. (revote, 



$500) 

4,000 00 


St. Laurent — Repair's to pier (revote, $400) 

600 00 


St. Michel de Bellechasse — Additional amount for general 



repairs 

4,800 00 


! Eboulements wharf Renewals and repairs 

800 00 


Ste. Anne de Bellevue — Extension of wharf (revote, 8500 



lapsed ) 

600 00 


Ste. Genevieve — Protection of piers and repairs 

600 00 


St. Zotique wharf —Renewals and repairs 

1,000 00 


Coteau Landing wharf — Renewals and repairs .... 

1,000 00 


Valleyfield— Dredging channel in Valleyfield Bay, &c 

6,000 00 


River St. Louis and feeder - Improvement of waterway . . . 

15,000 00 


Levis Giaving Dock — Travelling crane, &c 

10,000 00 


Lw Tableau — Wharf on River Saguenay. 

1,000 00 


Lake Temiscaming— Dredging 

10,000 00 

Trois Pistoles — General repairs to pier ... 

500 00 


River Beauport — Protection of west bank of channel in line 



of old Caron wharf, and dredging 

3,000 00 


Murray Bay — Extension of wharf 

8,00(1 00 


Riviere Noire — Removal of rocks 

1,000 00 


Amherst — Magdalen Islands — Breakwater at Point Shea. . . 

11,000 00 


Carried forward 

to 

to 

4- 

co 

~ 

o 

1,041.815 00 


$ cts. 


4,288,938 98 


4,288,938 98 


No. of Vote. 


14 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1902. 


1 EDWARD VII., A. 1901 

Supplementary Estimates for Year 1902 — Continued. 


Service. 

S cts. 

8 cts. 

Brought forward 

PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO INCOME— 
Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers— Continued. 

Quebec — Concluded. 

224,300 00 

1,041,815 00 

Hudson— Wharf 

4,000 00 


Sore! Ice piers in River Richelieu — Additional 

500 00 


Ste. Anne du Saguenay— Extension of wharf 

2,100 00 


Pointe St. Pierre— Breakwater 

5,000 00 


Breakwater at Ruisseau Leblanc 

3,000 00 


Laprairie ice piers — Repairs 

Pointe aux Esquimaux — Interest due Mr. Elie Lavoie on 

1,000 oo 


purchase price of his wharf 

70 00 


North River— Improvement of channel below St. Andrew’s. 
St. Nicholas — Strengthening wharf and rebuilding parts 

1,000 00 


damaged by ice 

0,000 00 


St. Roch ties Aulnaies Wharf — To complete payments . . 

500 00 


St. Marc — Addition and repairs to wharf 

3,200 00 


Riviere des Vases — To complete wharf 

500 00 


Pointe aux Esquimaux— Wharf, head block. . 

5,000 00 


St. Roch des Aulnaies — To raise wharf 

3,000 00 


Cross Point— Isolated landing pier 

Ontario. 

Barrie — Works of reconstruction and repair to public 

5,000 00 

204,170 00 

wharfs (revote) 

3.000 00 


Bronte Harbour 

7.000 00 


Bruce Mines — Wharf, including addition (revote) 

8,500 00 


Burlington Channel — Repairs to piers (revote) 

45,000 00 


Depot Harbour— Breakwater (revote) 

Indian River Dredging a cut across the Devil’s Elbow and 

75,000 00 


across a shoal at Sandy’s Landing (revote) 

Kincardine Harbour— Improvements, including dredging of 

2,000 00 


bar and inner harbour (re vote 85,000) 

Kingsville — Repairs to wharf and breakwater piers and 

9,000 00 


extension of western pier (revote 85,000) 

20,000 00 


Lancaster wharf (revote) 

1,500 00 


Leamington pier (revote) 

10.000 00 


Os'iawa — Piers (revote) 

Owen Sound Harbour -Dredging and extension of pile pro- 

10,000 no 


tection works (revote) 

20,000 00 


Point PGee Island wharf (revote) 

4.000 00 


Port Elgin — Dredging (revote 81,500). . . 

River Ottawa- Improvement of steamboat channel through 

3,500 00 


Narrows at Petewawa, above Pembroke (revote) 

Sault Ste. Marie- Harbourimprovements.includingdredging 

7,000 00 


of approaches (revote Slo,0(J0) 

25,000 00 


Southampton- Improvement of harbour (revote 82,000) .. 

10,000 00 


Sydenham River— Dredging (revote) 

5,000 00 


Toronto Harbour — Works at eastern entrance, &c 

■t Diversion of River Don and dredging in 

10,000 00 


the harbour (revote) 

25,000 00 


IWiarton— Landing pier (revote) 

River St. Lawrence — Dredging steamboat channel through 

10,000 00 


Shoal at foot of Wolfe Island 

io.ooo oo 


Port Burwell — Harbour improvements 

27,000 00 


St. Joseph, Lake Huron Wharf 

5,000 00 


< Lxlerich Harbour— Repairs to (hers and docks 

10,000 00 


Port Stanley — Dredging 

2,000 00 


Summerstown Wharf— Renewals and repairs 

800 00 


Carried forward.. 

365,300 00 

1,305,985 00 


$ cts. 


4,288,938 98 


4,288,938 98 


No. of Vote. 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1902. 


15 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 

Supplementary Estimates for Year 1902 — Continued. 


Service. 


$ cts . 


Brought forward. 365,300 00 

PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO INCOME 

— Continued. 

Harbours and Rive us — Concluded. 

Ontario — Concluded. 


I 


A 


r 


78 


l 


f 


Trenton — Dredging channel, Murray Canal to Central 

Ontario Railway dock, &e. — Additional amount 

Sturgeon Point — Assistance to municipality of Sturgeon 
Point towards construction and for maintenance of 

wharfs on Sturgeon Lake 

Pickering Harbour — Repairs to piers and dredging 

Oakville — Repairs to east pier, &c 

Midland — Further dredging 

Bayfield — Extension of southern pier 

Blind River — Wharf 

North Bay — To complete repairs to wharf 

Wend over — Wharf 

Presqu’ile— Purchase of wharf and repairs 

Harwood — Wharf on Rice Lake 

Robbin’s Landing — Wharf on Rice Lake 

River Thames — Dredging channel, Chatham to Lake St. Clair 
Wabigoon — Wharf on Lake Wabigoon, including approach 

Saugeen River Breakwater - To complete repairs. . 

Calendar — Repairs to wharf 

Bowman vi lie Harbour — (Port Darlington) dredging entrance 

channel, &c 

Grand Bend — Breakwater, pier, &c 

Penetanguishene — Dredging 

Spanish River — Dredging 

Amherstburg — Dredging 

Manitoba. 

Hnausa Wharf — Repairs to and extension of 

Lake Dauphin— Lowering of (revote) 

Lake Manitoba — Dredging outlet of Lake Francis (revote). . 

British Columbia. 

Anderson and Kennedy Lakes — Clearing outlets 

Nanaimo Harbour — Improvement of south channel, &c. 

(revote) 

Victoria Harbour — Removal of Tuzo Rock and dredg- 
ing at other points (revote 82,000) . . 

Williams’ Head quarantine station — Repairs to wharf and 

improvement of water service 

Esquimalt graving dock — To provide for the purchase of the 
late Engineer Muir’s residence in the dock yard. 
Columbia River— Improvements in Narrows between Upper 

and Lower Arrow Lakes 

Duncan River — Improvements (tevote) 


Dredging. 

New dredging plant (new hydraulic dredge) Maritime Pro 

vinces (revote) 

New dredging plant British Columbia (revote §5,000). . 

Dredge vessels — Repairs — British Columbia 

Hydraulic dredge — Ontario 

New dredging plant — Maritime Provinces — New hull for 
dredge “Geo. McKenzie,” including transfer of machinery 
Dredging British Columbia — Additional amount. 


Carried forward . 


2,500 

00 

5,000 

00 

10,000 

00 

6,000 

00 

1,200 

00 

15,000 

00 

2,000 

00 


$ cts . 


1,305,985 00 4,288,938 98 


§ cts. 


5,000 00 


500 00 

4.000 00 

6.000 00 
10,000 00 

5.500 00 

2.500 00 
500 00 

6.500 00 

5.000 00 
500 00 

1.000 00 
8,000 00 
3,300 00 
1,600 00 
2,000 00 

5,000 00 
5,700 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 
5,000 00 


2,000 00 
5.000 00 
1,200 00 


200,000 00 
18.500 00 
5,000 00 
100,000 00 

12,000 00 

15,000 00 


462,900 00 


8,200 00 


41, 700 00 


350,500 00 


2,169,285 00 


4,288,938 98 


No. of Vote. 


16 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1902. 


1 EDWARD VII., A. 1901 

Supplementary Estimates for Year 1902 —Continued. 


Service. 


$ cts . 


§ cts. 


S cts. 


Brought forward 


PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO INCOME 
— Continued. 

Slides and Booms. 

\r„ lir { f , P District— Improvements to boom works at 
St *c!, «o facilitate the «oa„„ g and „ 


2,109,285 00 4,288,938 98 


8°i Ottawa^Eh strict— good damage done by Are of 
Apiil, 1900, to slide and boom works at the JNorth ai 
South Chaudiere Stations, Ottawa Kiver 


5,000 00 


00,000 00 


81 


Roads and Bridges. 

p..; f W over the Saskatchewan at Edmonton, N. W. T. 

B '-E °^v Canadian Pacific Railway Co., account 

rendered for transportation of materials. . •••-•-.• °> JU1 

Des Joachims Bridge, Reconstruction of- 1 he Ontario 

and Quebec Governments con tn outing— To complete ^ ()() 

BatSd' Bridge-— To 're,, lace old ' condemned .tructme. ^ ^ 


000 00 
500 00 



Road fioni^drnontoni^.'iv/l., to Peace River Landing - 




Improvements 


5,000 00 


82 


Telegraph Lines. 

Ontario. 


Pelee Island - Removal of original portion of cable connect- 

u*. 


84,001 89 


British Columbia. 


I island acd Salt! C ' 5 °° ‘ ° 


K3-' Telephone connection between 
( I Spring Island (revote) 


1,550 00 


Land and Cable Lincs-Gulf of St. Lawrence, &c. 

North Sydney-Meat Cove Line-Branch from Barrachois ^ Qy 
Extens^m ^branclTline^on wwVside of river Saguenay from 
Tel4)a“ m“st P^teSiabourg, with Wten.ion io| 


8,400 00 


8,050 00 


84- Scatari Island, lighthouses.. , 

Grosse lie Quarantine station telegraph line, via lie aux 
Keaux. Improved heavy cable connections between the 
Gland of Orleans, lie aux Keaux and Grosse lie. . . . • 
Branch line, Tadousac to Sacre Coeur, north shore of St. 
Lawrence 


1,800 00 
12.800 00 


85 


Magdalen Islands. 

Cable between Amherst and Grindstone Island (revote). 


Carried forward. 



2,353,836 89 4,288,938 98 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES , 1902. 


17 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 

Supplementary Estimates for Year 1902 — Continued. 



Brought forward. 


PUBLIC WORKS-CHARGEABLE TO INCOME 

Concluded. 


Miscellaneous. 


86 -I 


l 


To pay the daughters of the late Wm. McDonald, engineer 
at the Montreal Drill Hall, a gratuity equal to 2 months 

of his salary 

Gratuity equal to 2 months salary to the widow of the late 
A. C. Muir, who died while occupying the position of 

engineer of the Esquimalt Graving Dock 

Temporary clerical and other assistance, inclusive of services 
of all persons required who were first employed after 
July 1st, 1S82, notwithstanding anything in the Civil 

Service Act 

Chief Architect’s Office — Salaries of architects, draughtsmen 
and clerks— notwithstanding anything in the Civil Ser- 
vice Act - 

Chief Engineer’s Office — Salaries of engineers, draughtsmen 
and clerks, notwithstanding anything in the Civil Ser- 
vice Act 

Gratuity to R. Spears, late caretaker Yarmouth Public 

Building, equal to 2 months of his salary 

To pay estate John L. Spence, late engineer of the Parlia- 
ment Building heating staff at Ottawa, a gratuity equal 

to 2 months of his salary \ . . . 

Statue of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria. . 

Monument to Hon. Alexander Mackenzie— Revote of 

amount lapsed 30th June, 1900 

To provide for an increase to the Departmental photo- 
grapher 


90 


200 


11,000 

9,500 


9,500 

66 


124 

8,000 

8,000 

50 


MAIL SUBSIDIES AND STEAMSHIP SUB- 
VENTIONS. 


87 


88 


89 


90 


91 

92 

93 


For steamship services during the year 1901 between Quebec 
and Blanc Sablon, calling at ports and places along the 
north shore of the St. Lawrence between such terminals 
Additional for steam service during the year 1901, between 
St. Stephen, N.B., St. Croix River Points, Deer Island, 
Campobello and Inner Islands, Passamaquoddy Bay, 

L’Etete and Black Bay 

Steam service between Sydney, C.B., and Bay St. Law- 
rence, and calling at way ports 

Direct fortnightly steam service between Montreal, Quebec 
and Manchester, England, during the summer season, 
and between St. John, Halifax and Manchester during 
the winter season. Provided that if service cannot be 
obtained on the terms of this vote, the Governor in 
Council may make any change of details without ex- 
ceeding amount appropriated 

Additional for direct steam communication between P. E. 

Island and Great Britain 

For a semi- weekly service between Halifax and Canso during 

the season of navigation 

For a winter steam navigation service between Quebec and 
the St. Lawrence harbours down to Murray Bay and 
Riviere Ouelle 


5a- 2 


Carried forward, 



2,353,836 


cts . $ cts . 


89 4,288,938 98 


00 

00 


00 

00 

00 

67 


00 

00 

00 

00 


46,530 67 


2,400,367 56 


8,000 00 

1,010 00 
1,000 00 

35,000 00 


5.000 00 

4.000 00 


12,000 00 


66,000 00 


6,755,300 54 


No. of Vote. 


18 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1002 - 


1 EDWARD VII., A. 1901 

Supplementary Estimates for Year 1902 — Continued. 


1*4 


Service. 


Brought forward 

OCEAN AND RIVER SERVICE. 

Towards the construction of a steamer to replace the 

“Newfield ” 

Towards the construction of a steamer to replace the 

“Druid” 

To establish a new life-saving station on Long Point, Lake 
Erie, including cost of boat and maintenance of a paid 
crew 


f 


95 S 


91 i 




l 


LIGHTHOUSE AND COAST SERVICE. 

A new lighthouse and fog alarm building on a pier on 

Middle Ground, Lake Erie (revote) 

A permanent pier and light at Lower Traverse 

For improvements to aids to navigation and the construc- 
tion of lights and fog alarm stations, steam sirens, to 
provide for additional gas buoys in the Gulf and River 
St. Lawrence and to improve the light at Baccaro, N.S. 


$ cts. 


SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTIONS AND HYDRO- 
GRAPHIC SURVEYS. 

Steamer to replace “ Bayfield ” to be equipped for hydro- 
graphic work • 


To provide for the erection and equipment of an observatory 
on Sulphur Mountain, at Banff, North-west Territories. 

MARINE HOSPITALS. 

Amount required for repairs to marine hospitals, and the 
building of an hospital at Louisbourg, Nova Scotia. . . 


98 - 




FISHERIES. 

Construction of a steamer for Customs and Fisheries Pro- 
tection in British Columbia (.$30,000 revote) 

Legal expenses of arbitration re seizures of the following 
sealing vessels by Russian cruisers in the North Pacific 
Ocean in 1892, viz.: — “Rosie Olsen,” “Carmelite,” 
“Maria,” “Vancouver Belle,” “Walter P. Hall,” “C. 
If. Tupper, ” boat of the “ E. B. Marvin,” and boats of 

the “ W. P. Say ward ” (revote) 

Allowance to A. H. Belliveau, Second Class Clerk, for! 
extra duties as an Inspector of Fisheries, Quebec, not- 
withstanding anything in the Civil Service Act j 

To provide for the construction of a whitefish hatchery in 

the North-west Territories I 

To pay gratuity to the widow of the late John Newman, 
who was drowned whilst performing his duty in collect- 
ing salmon eggs for the Fraser River Hatchery, British 

Columbia 

To pay gratuity to the widow of the late R. R. Hogg, who 
was drowned whilst performing his duty as Fishery 

Officer at Seal Island, Nova Scotia 

Towards the establishment and maintenance of a Fisheries 
Biological Laboratory in Georgian Bay to be paid to 
such persons and on such terms and conditions as the 
Governor in Council may prescribe .... 


Carried forward. 


cts. 


100,000 00 

50,000 00 

2,000 00 


$ cts. 


6,755,306 54 


10,0<*0 00 

75,000 00 


78,000 00 


50,000 00 
4,000 00 


152,000 00 


50,000 00 

8,000 00 

100 00 
5,000 00 

150 00 
150 00 

1,500 00 


163,000 00 


54.000 00 


12,000 00 


64,900 00 
. 7,201,206 54 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1902. 


19 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 

Supplementary Estimates for Year 1902 — Continued. 


o 

> 


o 


99 


r 


100 


l 


101 


102 


103 -j 


104 


r 


10.0 


Service. 

Brought forward 

SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE. 
Amount required for 4 statutory increases at $50 each 


GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. 

To provide for additional plotting and compiling of surveys, 

plans, maps, and utilizing field notes, &c 

(Persons having technical or professional qualifications 
may be paid out of this vote at rates exceeding $400 per 
annum, notwithstanding anything in the Civil Service 
Act or any other Act). 


DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS. 

Ontario and Quebec.. 

To provide an additional amount for repairs to Cauglma- 

waga Mission House 

To provide an amount for legal expenses 


Nova Scotia. 

To provide for repairing roads and bridges, Eskasoni Re- 
serve, N. S 


, Manitoba and North-uest Territories. 

To provide an amount for the purchase of live stock, Indian 

reserve 

To provide an amount for furnishings for the Hospital, 

Blood Reserve 

To provide an additional amount for Day, Boarding and 
Industrial Schools, Manitoba and North-west Terri- 
tories 

To provide an additional amount for Sioux 

To provide an additional amount for general expenses, 
Manitoba and North-west Territories Indian reserve. . . 


British Columbia. 

To provide for 5 additional pupils at the Alberni Boarding 
School 


cts. 


SERVICES IN THE YUKON TERRITORY. 

Administration ok Justice. 

Additional amount required for maintenance of prisoners 
Two police magistrates for the Yukon Territory at $2,400 

each 

To supplement the salary of the Surgeon of the North-west 
Mounted Police at Dawson on account of his attendance 
upon long term prisoners confined at the police guard- 
room 

Carried forward 


1,700 00 

2,000 00 


13,000 00 
500 00 


6,800 00 

1,200 00 

2,797 00 


$ cts . 


$ cts. 


r, 201, 206 54 


200 00 


4,000 00 


3,7<»0 00 


200 00 


24,297 09 


300 00 


28,497 00 


20,000 00 

4,800 00 

400 00 


25,200 00 
7,259,103 54 


20 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES , 1902. 


1 EDWARD VII., A. 1901 

Supplementary Estimates for Year 1902 — Continued. 


o 

> 


£ 


IOC 


107 


10S 


109 


r 


HO-i 


l 


Service. 

Brought forward 

PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO CAPITAL. 
Public Buildings. 


Dawson Public Buildings — Additional amount . 
White Horse— Public Building 


Telegrapii Lines. 

To pay Canadian Pacific Railway Company for accounts 
rendered for transportation of materials, &e 


$ cts . 


§ cts . 


100.000 00 
15,000 00 


PUBLIC WORKS-CHARGEABLE TO INCOME. 
Public Buildings. 

Rents, repairs, lighting, water service, janitors, watchmen, 
charwomen, &c., 1 ukon Public Buildings 


115,000 (X) 


3,S79 51 


Harbours and Rivers. 

Lewes and Yukon river improvements, including addition- 
al allowance of 81,100 per annum, to Superintending 
Engineer J. C. Tache, notwithstanding anything in the 
Civil Service Act 


30,000 00 


15,000 00 


Miscellaneous. 

Amount required to repay the Yukon Local Council for the 
construction of roads, btidges and trails (re vote 826,- 

996.32) . . 80,838 09 

Amount required to refund the Yukon Local Council for the 

construction of a steel bridge over the Klondike River.. 13,759 06 

Amount required for trails, roads and bridges 70,000 00 


111 


( 


INDIANS. 

To provide for relief of destitute Indians and medical at- 
tendance 

To provide an amount to promote the education of Indians 
in the Yukon Territory . . 


112 


DOMINION LANDS -CHARGEABLE To INCOME. 

Additional sum for salaries of extra clerks at head office in 
connection with patents for railway land grants 


164,597 15 


1,000 00 

5,000 00 


DOMINION LANDS-CHARGEABLE TO CAPITAL. 


f Further amount required for surveys 

113- To build fence between Ridingstune Police Post and Milk 
1 1 River along international boundary 


Carried forward. 


50.000 00 

6,000 00 


8 cts . 


7,259,103 54 


118,879 51 


209,597 15 


6.000 00 


3,500 00 


56,000 00 


17,653,080 20 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1902. 


21 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 

Supplementary Estimates for Year 1902 — Continued. 


a 5 
-*-> 
O 

> 

<4-1 

o 

d 

£ 


114 

115 


11G 

117 

118 

119 

120 
121 
122 

123 

124 


r 

125* 




12G 


127 


128 


129 


Service. 

$ cts . 

$ cts. 

Brought forward 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

Amount required for engraving, lithographing and printing 
large map of the Dominion 


25,000 00 

10.200 00 

5.000 00 

27,500 00 

G,000 00 
23,800 00 

1.000 00 
1,000 00 

7,500 00 

120,000 00 

935 00 

To provide for expenses and salaries connected with the 
Commission appointed to inquire into Half-breed claims 
in the North-west Territories, out of which payment 
may be made to -T. A. J. McKenna as Half-breed Com- 
missioner, notwithstanding anything in the Civil Ser- 
vice Act 


To provide for costs of litigation in re Qu’Appelle vs. The 
King 


Further amount required for the cost of investigations and 
demarcations in connection with the International 
Boundary, and other astronomical work of the Depart- 
ment ... 


To provide aid to cottage hospitals in the North-west Ter- 
ritories 


Additional plant for Printing Bureau (revote $21,000) 


To pay for 500 copies of the Parliamentary Guide.. . . 


Additional foi North-west Territories Exhibit at Buffalo . . . 


To pay expenses in connection with “The King vs. B. A. 
Bank Note Co.” 


To provide for expenses of reception to Their Royal High- 
nesses the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York . . . 


Preparing and printing Dr. Rand’s English-Mic-Mac Dic- 
tionary (revote) 


CUSTOMS. 

Additional amount required for salaries and contingent 
expenses at the various ports : — 

Province of Ontario 


11,000 00 

5.000 00 

1.000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 

G33 67 

it Quebec , . , . 


n Nova Scotia 


n New Brunswick 


H Manitoba 


■ i British Columbia 


To pay Id. A. Nelson & Sons interest at 5 per cent on 
$1,395.25 from May, 1802, to July 1, 1901 


GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHT INSPECTION. 

Further sum required to enable the Department to purchase 
necessary electrical instruments for head office tor 
standardizing purposes 



INSPECTION OF STAPLES. 

Additional sum required to pay salaries of Chief Inspectors, 
Inspectors and other employees under the General 
Inspection Act and the Manitoba Grain Act 



RAILWAYS AND CANALS— COLLECTION 
OF REVENUE. 

Railways . 

Intercolonial Railway 


400,000 00 
550 00 

Canals . 

St . Peter’s Canal — Staff 


Carried forward 




$ cts. 


7,653,080 20 


227,935 00 


20,033 07 


2, GOO 00 


35,000 00 


400,550 00 
8,339,798 87 


No. of Vote. 


22 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1902. 


1 EDWARD VII., A. 1901 

Supplementary Estimates for Year 1902 — Continued. 


130 


131 


132 


Service. 

8 cts . 

Brought forward 


PUBLIC WORKS-CHARGEABLE TO COLLEC- 
TION OF REVENUE. 

Slides and Booms. 

St. Maurice District — Working expenses 


Telegraph Lines. 

British Columbia — Additional working expenses 

Land and cable telegraph lines of the sea coasts and islands 
of the lower rivers and Gulf of St. Lawrence and Mari- 
time Provinces, including working expenses of vessels 
recpiired for cable service — -Additional 

3,000 00 
10,000 00 

POST OFFICE. 

To increase the salary of the Postmaster of London, Ont., 
from $2,200 to 82,400, in accordance with the provisions 
of the Civil Service Act . . 


To increase the salary of B. J . Hanlon, letter carrier at 
Kingston, from 8390 to 8420, notwithstanding anything 
in the Civil Service Act 


To increase the salary of H. A. McGrady, 3rd Class Clerk 
in the office of the Superintendent of Railway Mail 
Service, from 8400 to 8600, notwithstanding anything in 
the Civil Service Act 


To provide for the payment of the salary of A. .1. Chamber- 
lain, 3rd Class Clerk, Kingston Post Office, from June 
1 to July 27, 1899 


To provide for the appointment of 6 train porters 





8 cts . 


13,500 00 


13,000 00 


8 cts. 


8,339,798 87 


200 00 
30 00 

200 00 


112 20 
2,400 00 


20,500 00 


2,942 26 
8,369,241 13 


SUMMARY. 

Chargeable to Consolidated Fund. 

ii Capital 

Halifax Provisional Garrison 


84,332,003 75 
3,699,237 38 
338,000 00 


88,309,241 13