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2-3 EDWARD VII. 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 


A. 1903 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 

For the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 1904. 


Service. 


S cts.. 


S cte. 


$ cte. 


CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT. 

Expenses in connection with the conversion of the Public 
Debt. Payments may be made to members of the Civil 
Service, notwithstanding anything in the Civil Service 
or Superannuation Acts 


CIVIL GOVERNMENT. 


2 Department of Indian Affairs — Contingencies — Further 
! amount required 


'North-icest Mounted Police — Salaries— To pay A. V. Joyce, 
[ Junior 2nd Class Clerk, for one optional subject . . 

To provide for the salary of a 2nd class clerk, E. F. 
; Drake, notwithstanding anything in the Civil Ser- 

! vice Act . . 

\ Department of t/ie Secretary of State — Salaries — To provide 
for three additional Junior 2nd Class Clerkships 


50 00 


1,200 00 


5,000 00 


> 1 


'’Department of Public Printing and Stationery — Salaries — To 
I provide for the salary of one 2nd Class Clerk, John 
Hughes, notwithstanding anything in the Civil Service 

Act 

\Department of Militia and Defence — Salaries — [ 

To increase the salary of Major Benoit to ^,400, not-| 

[ withstanding anything in the Civil Service Act 200 00 

I To provide for the appointment of one .Junior 2nd| 

Class Clerk, W. Ranstead, at 8800 pier annum, not-' 
j withstanding anything in the Civil Service Act | 800 00 

Post Office Depeirtment — Salaries — | 

To transfer from the temporary to the permanent staff : 

9 messengers and packers, inside service, employed! 
under the provisions of the amendment to the Post 

Office Act, 1902 5,81-1 00 

To pay provisional allowance at the rate of 810 a month 
to Mr. J. W. T. Dickson, of the Dead Letter Office, 

Wirmipieg, notwithstanding anything in the Civill 

Service Act to the contrary 120 00 

To provide for eight additional Junior 2nd Class Clerk- 1 

shipis in the inside service 5,800 00 

To pay O. Higman for investigating the Pneumatic j 
Tube Service in the Unit^ States and repiqrting* 
thereon, notwithstanding anything in the Civil Ser- 
vice Act 324 15 

To increase the salary of F. H. Smith, 1st Class Clerk, 
to 81,750, from 1st July, 1903, and arrears from Ist j 
July, 1901, notwithstanding anything in the Civil 
Service Act 150 00 


3,500 00 


1,250 00 

2,100 00 


100 00 


1,000 00 


Department of Baihcays and Canals — Salaries — To provide 
for an additional 2nd Class Clerk 


Carried forward 


12,208 15 
700 00 


20,858 15 5,000 00 


5a — 1 


No. of Vote. 


2 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1903-4 


2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1903-4 — Continued. 


Service. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


S cts. 


9^ 


Brought forward 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT-Conimwed. 

Department of Public ITorArs— Salaries — 

To provide for arrears of salary due to the Chief Archi- 
tect, November 1, 1897, to June 30, 1903, at $3,200 
}>er annum, together with $200 short-estimated in 

his salary for 1903-04 

To provide for the promotion of E. J. Smith and Geo. 
F. Hennessey to the second class ; their salaries 
being already provided for in the junior 2nd class 

at $1,000. .. ." 

To provide for the appointment of N.M.Matheas second 

class clerk 

. To promote Mr. J. B. Hunter to a first class clerkship, 
notwithstanding anything in the Civil Service Act. 
Contingencies — Further amount required 


20,858 15 


5,000 00 


10 - 


L 

r 

1 

I 

12] 

! 

[ 

r 

I 

13 I 

i 

I 

14 


Department of the Interior — Salaries — 

Amount underestimated in two Junior 2nd Class Clerk- 
ships 

Four additional Junior 2nd Class Clerks: one at $650 

and three at .$600 each 

For salaries and expenses of Mines Branch 

Department of Marine and Fisheries — 

To i crease the salaries of R. N. Venning $150, F. H. 

■ Cunningham .$100, B. H. Fraser $150, J. F. Fraser 
.$450, F. Anderson $150, J. M. Lalonde $150, C. 
W. White .$100, J. M. McCharles $200, notwith- 
standing anything in the Civil Service .Act 

To promote Jules d’E. Clement from a 2nd Class to a 
1st Class Clerkship, notwithstanding anything inj 

To proiiKite M. C. Doyle from a J unior 2nd to a 2nd | 

Class Clerkship j 

To provide salary for A. M. Rt)ss as a Junior 2nd Class 
Clerk, notwithstanding anything in the Civil Ser- 
vice Act 

To provide for the salary of F. H. Houde as a Junior! 
2nd Class Clerk | 

j 

Department of Justice . — i 

To increase the salaries of A. Power, K.C., and G. L. B. j 
Fraser, K.C., by $200 each, notwithstanding ariy-i 

thing in the Civil Service Act | 

To increase the salary of Miss M. Quain to .$500, hot-: 
withstanding anything in the Civil Service Act . . . 
To increase the salary of A. J. McGillivray, notwith- 
standing anything in the Civil Service Act 

To provide for employment of Thomas Morris as tem- 
porary clerk at $600, notwithstanding anything in 
the Civil Service Act 


Department of the Oeolopical Survey . — 

'I'o provide for the salary of one 2nd class clerk 

To pay A. P. Low, a technical officer, 12 months from 

J uly 1 

Additional amount required to meet the salary of one 
technical officer 

Office. of the Auditor General. — To promote B. W. Sherwood, 
W. Tucker, S. S. Allen and E. S. Johnston to the second 
class— .$800, less $512.50 available from total sum 
included in main estimates 


Carried forward. 


1,333 33 

200 00 

1,100 00 

300 00 
5,000 00 

212 50 

2,450 00 

10,000 00 


7,933 33 


12,662 50 


1,450 

00 

300 

00 

100 

00 

900 

00 

COO 

00 

400 

00 

100 

00 

50 

00 

600 

00 

1,100 

00 

2,000 

00 

350 

00 


3,350 00 


1,150 00 


3,450 00 


28" 50 


49,691 48 


5,000 00 


No. of VoteJ 


SVPPLEMEl^TARY ESTIMATES, 1903-4 


3 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1903-4 — Continued. 


15 


16 


17 



19 ^ 


22 


I 


Service. 

$ cts. 

8 cts. 

8 cts. 



49,691 4S 

5,000 00 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT— ConcZurferf. 


Department of Agriculture . — To pay J. P. Beaudoin, to be 
appointed a junior 2nd class clerk, an additional amount 
for an optional subject in which he has passed (omitted 


50 00 


Department of Cwsfoirts— Salary of R. R. Farrow, accountant, 
at S2,150 notwithstanding anything in the Civil Service 
Act (omitted in main estimates through clerical error).. 
Office of the High Commissioner for Canada in England- -To 
increase the salary of C. J. Taylor to Sl,700, not- 

• withstanding anything in the Civil Service Act 

To pay E. Churchouse, a junior second class clerk, notwith- 
standing anything in the Civil Service Act 

100 00 
750 00 

2,150 00 
850 00 




52,741 48 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 



Supreme Court of Canada. 




To provide salary of E. R. A. Taschereau 

To assist L. W. Coutlee in publication of digest of judg- 
ments of Suiireme Court of Canada 

1,200 00 
500 00 

1,700 00 


Miscellaneous. 



Further amount required for miscellaneous expenditure, 

including North-west Territories 

To provide salaries for two additional judges of the Supreme 
Court of the North-west Territories 

5.000 00 

8.000 00 
500 00 



To provide salary for the judge of the Court of Divorce and 



To provide salary for a judge of the Superior Court of Que- 
bec for the district of Pontiac 

3,500 00 
2,000 00 
600 00 



To provide salary for a junior judge of the district of Nipis- 

sing, Ont 

To raise the salary of the judge of the County Court for 
District No. 7, Nova Scotia, to S3,0(X) 

19,600 00 


Yukon. 



To supply books to Yukon Law Library 


2,000 00 





23,300 00 

DOMINION POLICE. 



To pay a gratuity to widow of late Constable \V. W. 
Watters 



115 58 

LEGISLATION. 




Senate. 




To pay the representatives of the late Senator Gillmor the 
balance of his ses.sional indemnity. (This sum to be 
paid as the Treasury Board may direct) 


1,000 00 


House of Commons. 



To provide annual increment to 10 Clerks at S50 each 

500 00 



To increase the salaries of the following Officers and Clerks 
The Clerk Assistant 

200 00 



Assistant Law Clerk . . 

200 00 



Postmaster 

Assistant French .Journal Clerk 

100 00 
100 00 






Carried forward ' 

03( 1 ^ 

1,100 00 

1,000 00 

81,157 06 


03 ( 1 ^ 


No. of Vote. 


SVPPLEMEUTARY ESTIMATES, 1903-4 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1903-4 — Continued. 


23 J 


24- 


25 


2()-i 


Service. 


Brought forward 

LEGISLATION — Concluded. 

House ob’ Commons — Concluded. 

To increase the salaries of the following Officers — Con. 

Clerk of Committee on Agriculture . . 

Junior 2nd Class Clerk (Mr. Jones) 

The Clerk of Routine and R cords 

To provide for the promotion of W. Cairns, $100 ; F. X. 

Lemieux,$100 ; T. S. Howe, $150 and of R. Tremblay, $200 
Additional amount required for— 

Sessional clerks 

French translation during Session 

Two expresses between House and Government Printing 

Bureau 

Debates — Additional amount required 

Sessional messengers 

Pages 

Servants, bathrooms, washrooms, &c 

Sessional charwomen 

Attendant at electric light 

Contingencies '. 

Additional amount required for leather trunks 

To pay balance of Sessional Indemnity of the late Donald 
Farquharson $1,024, and of late Pierre R. Martineau 
$383 ; these sums to be paid as the Treasury Board may 

direct 

To increase the allowance for the present session for clerical 
assistance to the leader of the opposition to the equiva- 
lent of the pay of a sessional clerk 

Library of Parliament. 

To provide for the salary of a Chief Clerk, L. P. Sylvain. . 
To provide for the salary of a 1st Class Clerk, John Smith. . 
To provide for one 1st Class Clerk, notwithstanding any- 
thing in the Civil Service Act 

To provide for the salary of a Junior 2nd Class Clerk, C. A. 

Pothier i 

To provide for increase of s.alary of Mrs. A. Lampman, 

Junior Second Class Clerk, from $600 to $800 

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

Elections. 

To pay the account of the Prince Albert Advocate for advertis- 
ing the proclamation and notice of the Saskatchewan 
election of 1900, notwithstanding anything in the 
Dominion Elections Act 


$ cts. 


ARTS, AGRICULTURE AND STATISTICS. 

To provide for a grant to the Toronto Industrial Exhibition 
Association to assist in the holding of a National Cana- 
dian Exhibition in Toronto during the present year, 

1903 

Further amount required for fumigating stations 

Further amount required for Archives _ . 

Towards compiling historical data in regard to the Acadian 

families in Canada 

further amount required for renewing and improving 
Canadian Exhibit at Imperial Institute, London 


Carried forw'afd . 


1,100 00 


100 00 
100 00 
200 00 

550 00 

11,318 00 
1,840 uO 

552 00 
4,954 00 
11,500 00 
2,208 00 
1,380 00 
1,058 00 
115 00 
1,000 00 
375 00 


1,407 00 


250 00 


1,800 00 
1,400 00 

1,800 00 

750 00 

200 00 

1,320 00 


$ cts. 


1,000 00 


40,007 00 


7,270 00 


297 48 


.50,000 

00 

500 

00 

3,000 

00 

1,400 

00 

5,000 

00 


$ cts.. 


81,157 06 


48,574 48 


59,900 00 


189,631 54 


No. of Vote. 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 190S-4 


5 


6ESSI0NAL PAPER No. 5a 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1903-4 — Continued. 


I 



r 


29- 




30 


Service. 


Brought forward 

IMMIGRATION. 

To pay the widow of the late Joseph Sam.son, an immigra- 
tion employee at Quebec, a gratuity equal to three 
months’ salary ' .... 


SUPERANNUATION. 

To pay arrears of superannuation allowance to ex-lockmaster 
W. J. Casselman, William burg Canals, from January 1, 

1902, to June 30, 1903, at 5*97.37 p>er annum 

To increased allowance for year ending -June 30, 1904 to 
$296.63 at w'hich sum it shall hereafter be paid 


iULITI A— CHARGEABLE TO INCOME. 

Pay and Allowance — Further amount required for head! 

quarters and district staflf j 

Further amount required to increase the permanent force to 
1,500, notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the 
Militia Act. Authority being hereby grant^ for the 

above increase 

Further amount required for Schools of SignaUing and 

Musketry 

To pay for paving streets in front of barracks, Winnipeg. . . 

Provisions and Supplies — Further amount required 

Military Survey — Required for work to be carri^ out by 

the Intelligence branch 

Military Properties— To reimburse officers of the 4th P.E.I. 
Regiment of Artillery, for outlay in repairing orderly 

room building ; 

For purch^e of site for drill shed at Hagersville 

Royal Military College — Further amount required 

For a departmental library 

Yukon —To pay transportation claims 

For monument on the battle field at Fort Erie 

Gratuity to the firemen at Fredericton 

Gratuity to Sgt. Maj. Phillips 


MILITIA— CHARGEABLE TO CAPITAL. 

For purchase of ordnance, arms, rifle ranges, lands for! 
military properties, reserve stores of clothing, txjuip- 
ment, &c., including $75,000 tor the manufacture at the 
Dominion arsenal of a reserve supply of ammunition — 
(Revote, $200,000) j 

' I 

I 

RAILWAYS AND CANAf.S— CHARGEABLE TO ' 
CAPITAL. 

R.vilways. 

Intercolonial Railway. 

Additional sidings along line 

Double tracking parts of line. (Revote $i8,6o6). . . .. ..!!!. 

Increased accommodation at St. John 

To increase accommodation at Halifax 

Increased accommodation and facilities along line. 

■■ Carried forward i 


$ ets. 


$ cts. 


cts. 


189,631 54 


114 06 


146 05 
97 37 


243 42 


17,625 00 


28.000 00 I 

10.000 00 I 

9,134 00 

45.000 00 

10.000 00 : 


545 43 
100 00 

5.000 00 

1.000 00 

27,000 00 

1,750 00 
.50 00 
■ 784 75 


155,989 18 


1,300,000 00 


63,500 00 
118,000 00 
5,000 00 
125,000 00 
88,000 00 

399,500 00 


1,645,978 20 


No. of Vote. 


6 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1903-4 


2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1903-4:— Conttnued 


Service. 


Brought forward . 


31 ^ 


RAILWAYS AND CANALS— CHARGEABLE TO 
CAPITAL — Continued, 

Railways— C cmc^Mded. 

Intercolonial Railway — Concluded. 

Increased accommodation at Pictou ... 

Improvements at North Sydney 

Increased accommodation at Moncton 

Towards improving ferry service, Strait of Canso 

Improvements at St. Alexis 

Protection to Grand Narrows bridge 

New freight shed at Daveluyville 

New Glasgow, extension to freight shed and crane for load- 
ing platform 

Diversion of public road to eliminate a crossing at rail 

level between St. Cyrille and Drummondville 

Metapedia — New station and other improvements 

New statii n at Windsor, N.S., provided that the railway 
companies using the station make arrangements satis- 
factory to the Governor in Council for payment by way 
of interest or rental of a reasonable proportion of the 

cost 

Steel rails and fastenings (Revote) 

Rolling stock. (Revote) 

Dredging at Point Tupper — To pay M. Connolly interest on 

S61,429.07 and $10,424.09 at 6%. 

Engine house, &c., Chaudiere Junction. (Revote) 

New machinery for locomotive and car shops 

To compensate the Anchor Line for salvage services to SS. 
Scotia 


32-! 


33 


Prince Edward Island Railway. 

Murray Harbour Branch and Hillsboro’ Bridge 

To increase accommodation at Charlottetown (Revote 

$24,800).. 

New station at Alberton 

Station at Fredericton . 

To provide for a survey to Montague bridge 

To straighten line at Blueshank 

Station and land at Albany 


$ cts. 


399,500 00 


34 


Canadian Pacific Railway. 

To compensate the following municipalities for loss sus- 
tained in consequence of the amalgamation of the 
Canada Central Railway Company with the Brockville 
and Ottawa Railway Company, and also owing to a 
change in the route of the Canada Central Railway : — 

Renfrew 

Horton 

Admaston 


Canals. 

Cornwall Canal. 

To complete electrical equipment for operating lock-gates 
and workshops 


Carried forward. 


61,700 

00 

20,000 

00 

14,000 

00 

66,400 

00 

3,500 

00 

10,000 

00 

1,500 

00 

5,000 

00 

1,000 

00 

8,000 

00 


$ cts. 


10,000 00 
580,000' 00 
590,000 00 


$ cts. 


1,645,978 20 


5,162 61 ! 
33,500 00 i 
9,000 00 

16,072 23 


1,834,334 84 



22,500 00 
5,625 00 
3,750 00 


577,100 00 


31,875 00 


56,000 00 


2,499,309 84 


1,645,978 20 


No. of Vote. 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 190S4 


1 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 

SopPLEMEXTARY ESTIMATES FOR THE Yeab 1903-4 — Continued. 


Service. 


$ cts. 


Brought forward 

f RAILWAYS AND CANALS— CHARGEABLE TO 
\ CAPITAL — Concluded. 

i Caxal-s — Concluded 

I Galops Canal. 

35 j Enlargement 

' North Channel. 

! 

3t) iTo complete the North Channel (Revote 59,000) 

1 Lachine Canal. 

\ ... . 

( iTowards installing electrical appliances for operating gates, 

37 -J I weirs and bridges (Revote) 

LjLock gate protwtion 

Soulanges Canal. 


f jConstruction and equipment 

„„ I jTo pay George G (xiwin for work in connection with sec- 

I tions 4, 5, 6 and 7 

To pay George Goodwin interest at 5% 


Murray Canal. 

39 'To purchase house from W. H. Johnson. 


$ cts. 


2,499,309 84 


10,000 00 
11,000 00 


Trent Canal. 

I 

40 ;To pay Messrs. Corry and Laverdure interest on increased/ 
prices awarded them by Messrs. Hobson, Surtees and; 
Brophy, as arbitrators frtm the dates the several quan- 
tities were returned in estimates and paid at original 
prices up to July 1, 1903, at 5% per annum — .511,404.90. 
Interest on one-half cost of arbitration, 84,419, viz., 
82,209.50 from date of payment of same by them, Jan- 
uary 21, 1902, to July 1, 1903, at 5%, 8159.20 ; also, one- 
half cost of arbitration, 82,209.50 j 


Wdland Canal. 


50.000 00 

20.000 00 


( jTo deepen portions of long level (or'siunmit level) ..... . . 

I To complete rock cuL Port Colbome to Humberstone 

41 -( To provide an electric lighting plant. . . 45,000 00 

To lower mitre sills of guard gate 11,000 00 

. To provide elevator foundations at Port Colbome i 40,000 00 


42 


43 


125,000 00 


20,000 00 


21,000 00 


15,000 00 ; 

55,717 80 
18,108 28 


88,826 08 


750 00 


13,773 60 


166,000 00 


WUliamshurg Canals. ■ 

! 

To provide a gate lifter ' 10,000 00 ; 

To build overseer’s house i 3,000 00 ; 


Farran's Point Canal. 

Enlargement (Revote) 

Carried forward 


13,000 00 


6,700 00 


8 cts. 


L&45,978 20 


2,954,359 52 
4,600,337 72 


8 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 19034 


2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1903 - 4 — Continued. 


Service. 


$ cts. 


3 cts. 


$ cts. 


Brought forward. 


44 


RAILWAYS AND CANALS-CHARGEABLE TO 
INCOME. 

Canals. 

Ridcau Canal. 

To provide for a swing bridge over canal on line of Con 
cession street, Ottawa 


Murray Canal. 

45 To provide for a wire fencing and land plan 

Chamhly Canal. 

( iTo extend and repair wall at head, Ste. Therese Island (Re- 
vote) 

, To macadamise miles of road, providing the municipality 

46 ■{ undertakes to maintain it afterward 

To rebuild culvert at Little River, Iroquois (Revote) 

Water supply at shops 

Renewing bridges 7 and 8 


47 


48 


49 


60- 


51 


52 


53 


Lake St. Francis. 
To complete protection south side 


Lachine Canal. 


Repairs to buildings (Revote) 

To complete work of paving Mill street. 


St. Peters Canal. 

To renew works and perform dredging (Revote). 

Trent Canal. 


Contribution towards construction of bridge at Gannon’s 

Narrows 

Towards building of road between Lindsay and Eenelon 
Falls (Re vote $500). 


Quebec Canal. 

Re-marking boundaries, making surveys, plans, &c., on 
Quebec Canals 


Soulanges Canal. 

To repair breach in bank betw een locks 1 and 2. 

Williamsburg Canals. 

To build a working scow 

Carried forward 


900 00 

3.000 00 

8.000 00 

400 00 

5,000 00 


3,000 Of' 
33,000 00 


1,000 00 

2,000 00 


4,600,337 72 


8,500 00 


3,000 00 


17,300 00 

2,200 00 

36,000 00 
1,500 00 


3.000 00 
1,500 00 

15.000 00 

2.000 00 

90.000 00 


4,600,337 72 


No. of Vote, 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 190S-4 


9 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1903 - 4 — Continued. 


Service. 


Broufcht forward. 


RAILWAYS AND CANALS-CHARGEABLE TO 
INCOME — Concluded. 


Canals — Concluded. 

St. Our$. 

54jTo complete landing wharfs 

I 

‘ Welland Canal. 

i 

66|To repair foundations of Port Maitland lock. 

Culbute Canal. 


56 


To pay for damages by flooding caused by dams of the 
Ciilbute canm ’ 


Miscellaneous. 

57 To provide for exfienses in connection with investigations 
into railway accidents in Canada. . . 


58 


59 { 


60- 


61 


Railway Commission. 

To pay salaries and expenses in connection with the 
Railway Commission of Canada, in addition to statutory 
provision 


PUBLIC WORKS -CHARGE ABLE TO CAPITA L. 
Public Buildings, 

OtUario. 

Ottawa Parliament building- Additional accommodation, &e. 
Ottawa Military buildings— Military store— Balance due 
contractors-^ Re vote) of lapsed amount 


Harbours and Rivers. 

Ontario. 

Port Arthur and Fort William — Additional dredging | 

Kingston Graving Dock — To pay amount of award made in 
favoim of contractors Connolly & Co., by Mr. J istice 
Burbidge, July 2, 1896, under Orders in Council of 
January 29, and May 7, 1896, together with price ofi 
steam demck purchased from said firm, interest thereon' 
to be paid at the ^me rates as that received by the 
Government on their counter claims against Conrolly 
& Co 


Transportation F.vcilities. 

Port Colbome Harbour improvements— South-eastern break- 
water 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


90,000 oo; 


$ eta. 


4,600,337 72 


4,400 00 ! 

! 

5,000 00 
2.315 00 

10,000 00 

i 

40,000 00 ^ 


7,000 00 

I 

1,522 62 i 


8,522 62 


75.000 00 


46,096 12 


121,096 12 


Carried forward . 


25,000 00 


151,715 00 


154,618 74 
.14,906,671 46 


No. of Vote.i 


10 


8VPPLEMEl:fTARY ESTIMATES, 19034 


2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1903 - 4 — Continued. 


Sei vice. 


Brought forward . 


62- 


J 


PUBLIC WORKS-CHARGEABLE TO INCOME. 

Public Buildings. 

Nova Scotia. 

Sydney Mines— Public building 

Halifax Quarantine Station, Lawlor’s Island — Improve- 
ments, renewals, repairs, &c 

Halifax — New public building. . . .. 

Halifax Immigration Building — Additional story over the 

one story portion, &c 

Digby Public Building — Improvements 

Antigonish — New fittings for post office - 

Sydney — .Addition to public building. (Revote $5,000) — 
North Sydney Public Building — Alterations to post office. . 

Prince Edward Island. 

Charlottetown Armoury— Additional accommodation for 

orderly rooms, &c 

Charlottetown Dominion Building— Improvements, addi- 
tions, &c. (Revote $8,000) . . 


$ cts. 


Neio Brunswick. 


64S 


Campbellton — Public Building 

Moncton Public Building — Improvements 

Newcastle Public Building— Improvements 

Tracadie Lazaretto — Improvements, &c 

Woodstock — Armoury and gun shed .. .. 

St. John Immigrant Building . 

Woodstock Public Building — Improvements '. . 

Fredericton Military Buildings— New officers’ stables, 

vote $1,500) 

Fredericton Military Buildings— Sergeant-Major’s quarters 

(Re vote $1,000) 

St. John Quarantine Station —Water service, etc. (Addi 

tional re vote.) 

St. John Drill Hall 


(Re 


65 - 


8,000 

00 

4,500 

00 

20,000 

00 

11,000 

00 

1,800 

00 

1,500 

00 

10,000 

00 

1,100 

00 


Quebcc. 

Levis — Public building 

Quebec Marine and Fishery stores building on King’s 

wharf — Wiring for electric light and fixtures, &c 

Quebec Citadel — Drill Shed for School of Gunnery .... 

Quebec Military Buildings— Main store building at Domi- 
nion Arsenal 

Montreal Examining Warehouse — Additions and altera- 
tions, including fittings, furniture, etc. . 

Terrebonne— Public building . 

Acton Vale Public Building. 

St. Johns Public Building 

Montmagny — Public Building 

Montreal Post Office — •Improvements . . 

Montreal Custom House— New sidewalk and repairing and 

painting building. . i . 

St. Hyacinthe Drill Hall — (Revote $5,000) 

St. Johns Examining Warehouse — (Revote) 

Three Rivers Custom House — New heating apparatus, &c. . 

Longueuil Public Building 

Montreal — Barracks for permanent corps 

Quebec Drill Hall — Addition to building 

Sherbrooke Drill Hall 

Three Rivei 8 Custom House — Retaining wall (Revote $1,000) 


Carried forward 166,300 00 


2,5c0 00 

12,000 00 


5,000 00 
1,200 <>0 
800 00 
1,500 00 

5.000 00 

10,000 00 

3,900 00 

2,400 00 
2,300 00 

7.000 00 
10,000 00 


5,000 

00 

1,200 

00 

10,000 

00 

11,000 

00 

20,000 

00 

5,000 

00 

6,000 

00 

6,000 

00 

6,000 

00 

13,000 

00 

5,500 

00 

15,000 

00 

3,500 

00 

1,600 

00 

.5,000 

00 

20,000 

00 

20,000 

00 

10,000 

00 

2,500 

00 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


4,906,671 46 


57,900 00 


14,550 00 


49,100 00 


121,550 00 4,906,671 46 


No. of Voto. 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1903-4 11 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 

SuppLEMEVTARY ESTIMATES FOR THE Year 1903 - 4 — Continued. 


(56- 


Service. 


Brought forward. 


PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO INCOME- 
CorUinncd. 

Public Buij.dings— CW finKcd 
Q uebec — Concluded. 

St. L<iuis de Mile End — Public building 

Montreal New Postal Station — Fittings and furniture 

Magog — Public building 


Ontario. 

lyingstoB Custom House — Repairs, &c 

Almonte Public Building — Improvements 

Cornwall Public Building — Repairs, renewals, &c 

Belleville — Armoury 

Peterborough — Armoury 

Guelph —Armoury 

Chatham — Armoury. ... 

TorontoDrill Hall — Additional accomm<xlationfornew corps 
iToronto Military Buildings — Building for storage of wagons, 

1 &c., of Engineer Company 

'Ottawa Departmental Buildings — Western block — Overhaul- 
ing heating apparatus, &c 

Rideau Hall and Grounds — Repairs and improvements 

Ottawa Departmental Buildings — Steel drawers and rollers, 

I shelves, &c 

(Kingston Royal Military College — Drill hall 

iToronto Post Office — Additional story over the rear one story 

part of the building; furniture, fittings, &c 

St. Catharines Drill Hall — (Revote §10,000) 

iSault Ste. Marie Public Building — (Revote §10,000).. .... 

jWoodstock Public Building.. . . » 

'Brantford Drill Hall — Additions and alterations ... 

I St. Mary’s Public Building 

iOshawa Public Building 

Toronto — Additional postal station 

iDeseronto Public Building — To pay balance due on con- 
tract, &c 


Bridgeburg Public Building 

Hamilton Public Building — Alterations and improvements 

for Inland Revenue purposes. . 

Windsor Public Building — Repairs, improvements, &c. . . 

Arnprior Public Building — Improvements 

Kingston Royal Military College — Addition to building. 

Picton Public Building — To complete 

Ottawa Departmental Buildings — New elevator for west 

block I 

Toronto Drill Hall and Armouries — Contribution towards! 
p«ving Annoury Street with brick and laying a concrete! 

i sidewalk on University Street 

Toronto Military Buildings— Magazine 

iLondon Military Buildings — Magazine 

Port Hope Public Building — Improvements, repairs, &c 

! Windsor Public Building — Contribution towards paving 

1 wdth asphalt blocks Ouelette Street north . . 

iOttawa Public Buildings — New coal shed. 

jOttawa Post Office and Custom-House — Improvements 

Kingston Royal Military College — Stable 

Berlin Public Building — Improvements (Revote, ^,000). . . 

■ Hamilton Public Building— Improvements (Revote, §2,000). 

L 'Sarnia Public Building (^vote) 


Carried over 367,437 00 307,850 00 4,‘J06,671 46 


§ Cts. : 


§ cts. • 


§ cts. 


166,300 00 121,550 00 4,906,671 46 


10,000 00 

5.000 OO 

5.000 oO 


2.300 00 

1,000 00 

1.500 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 
20,000 00 

3.000 00 

6.000 00 

4.500 00 

63.000 00 

6,000 00 

20.000 00 

20,<XM) 00 

25.000 00 

5.500 00 

15.000 00 
8,fPOO 00 
8,000 00 

25,000 00 

1.500 00 
5,000 00 

5,000 00 

1.300 00 
700 00 

5.000 00 

1.000 00 

6,000 00 


2,645 00 
3,000 00 

3.000 00 
1,500 00 

792 00 
10,000 00 
16,000 00 

5.000 00 

9.000 00 
3,400 00 

13,800 00 


186,300 00 


No. of Vote. 


12 SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1903-4 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1903 - 4 — Continued.. 


G7i 


68 - 


69-1 


Service. 


Brought forward 


PUBLIC WORKS-CHARGEABLE TO INCOME— 
Continued. 

Public Buildings— C oriHriMed. 

Ontario. — Concluded. 

Toronto Examining Warehouse — Addition to 

Dundas Drill Hall (Re vote, $5,600) 

Cobourg— Improvements (Revote, $1,800) ... 

Kingston — Barracks for Royal Canadian Field Artillery. . . 

Hawkesbury Public Building. 

Ottawa Public Buildings — Paving in front of Parliament 

Building tar macadam 

Wingham— Public building 

S tratford- Armoury 

Woodstock — Armoury 

Toronto Assistant Receiver General’s Office — Burglar proof 

safe 

Ottawa Printing Bureau — Fire proof addition for storing 
standing matter 


$ cts. 


367,437 00 


Manitoba. 


Winnipeg — District Military stores building. 

Winnipeg — New Immigration building and Postal Station . . 

Winnipeg — Addition to public building 

East Selkirk Immigration Building — Repairs, &c 

Winnipeg Military Buildings — Quarters for non-commis- 
sioned officers including guard room, &c 

Winniijeg Military Buildings — Magazine . . . . 


North-west Territories. 

Prince Albert Land and Registry office— New vault, altera- 
tions, &c 

Regina — Improvements to post office 

Regina Immigrrant Building— (Re vote of $3,000 lapsed) . . . . 

Edmonton Jail — (Revote $o,000) . . . ; 

Calgary — Addition to examining warehouse, changes and 

additions to post office fittings, &c 

Prince Albert Court House and Post office 

Moosejaw — Public building 

Bairacks for permanent corps (Strathcona Horse) 


British Columbia. 

Victoria — Old Post office building — To pay city of Victoria 
for improvements on Government street in front of this 

building 

Victoria— Old Post office building — Improvements, &c, 

Nanaimo — Addition to public building 

Vancouver Public Building — Improvements 

Kamloops Public Building — Improvements 

New Westminster Public Building — Improvements 

Nelson Public Building— To complete 

Rossland Public Building — To complete 

Vancouver — Public building 

Williams Head Quarantine Station 

Rossland Armoury 


$ cts. 


25,000 

00 

6,600 

00 

5,000 

00 

25,000 

00 

5,000 

00 

6,900 

00 

8,000 

00 

10,000 

00 

10,000 

00 

2,200 

00 

7,000 

00 

10,000 

00 

60,000 

00 

40,000 

00 

2,600 

00 

6,000 

00 

3,000 

00 

2.000 

00 

580 

00 

4,500 

00 

35,000 

00 

8,000 

00 

10,000 

00 

.5,000 

00 

10,000 

00 

.510 

00 

1,700 

00 

14,600 

00 

1,500 

00 

1,700 

00 

600 

00 

18,200 

00 

8,000 

00 

60,000 

00 

6,000 

00 

10,000 

00 


Carrie! forward 1,105,477 00 4,906,671 46 


307,8.50 OOi 


478,137 00 


$ cts. 


4,906,671 46 


121,600 00 


75,080 00 


122,810 00 


NfK of Vot)e. 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 190S-4 


13 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1903 - 4 — Continued. 


Service. $ 


I Brought forward i 

I 

PUBLIC WORKS-CHARGEABLE TO INCOME- 
Continued . 


cts. 

8 cts. 

8 cts. 


1,105,477 00 

4,906,671 46 



Public Buildings — Concluded. 

Yukon Territory. 

70 White Horse Public Building — Post office and Customs 
fittings, &c 

Public Buildings Generally. 


i Public buildings generally 

71 -! Salaries of resident clerk of works, assistants, &c. 
I, Construction of armouries 

■ Rents, Repairs, Furniture, Heating, Ac. 


3,000 00 
2,500 00 
35,000 00 


72 


^ Ottawa Public Buildings — Heating, including salaries of en-| 

pincers, firemen and watchmen I 20,000 00 

Dominion Cattle Quarantine Stations — Renewals, repairs,' 

improvements, &c | 5,000 00 

Rents, Dominion Public Buildings ! 1.3,000 00 

^ Yukon Public Buildings — Repairs, fuel, lighting, water ser-' 

vice and caretakers’ salaries | 37,500 00 

* 1 

Harbours .and Rivers. 


5,000 00 


40,500 00 I 


75,500 00 ‘ 

I 


No'va Scotia. 


' Abbott’s Harbour — Addition to beach protection. 
Abram’s River — Wharf 


734 


Bayfield Harbour Works — Repairs and improvements 

Baxter’s Harbour — Reconstruction of breakwater 

Benoit Cove — Improvements to boat landing 

Big Harbour (Port Bevis) — Wharf 

Boularderie Centre Wharf — To complete approach 

Breton Cove — Boat landing 

Cow Bay Run — Breakwater to protect outlet of harbour 

Cheticamp Point — Wharf — Revote 

Caribou Island Causeway — Protection of brush work by a 

talus of stone, &c 

Chegogmn Pier— Training dam 

Drum Head Breakwater — Additional re vote 

D’Escousse Wharf — Repairs 

Donald’s Head — Repairs to breakwater and new beach pro- 
tection 

Duncan’s Cove — Approach to wharf 

East .Jeddore — Wharf 

East end Caj^ Sable Island — Entrance to boat harbour 

East Berlin Breakwater — To complete 

East Bay Wharf — To complete repairs 

Frude’s Point — Wharf 

Five Islands Wharf — Repairs 

Finlay Point — Wharf-^Revote) ; 

Fort Lawrence — Landing pier — Additional amount 

I Free port — Landing pier 

I Grand Etang — To complete payments j 

tGabams — Extension to breakwater, &c ■ 

'Grand Narrows — Extension to wharf I 

iGeorgeville Wharf — Extension 1 

1 . ! 

Carried forward 1 


700 00 
1,000 00 
6,8.50 00 
2,000 00 
800 00 
3,700 00 
670 00 
4,600 00 

4.000 00 
11,500 00 

2.000 00 
1,400 00 
1,000 00 

400 00 


3.000 00 
200 00 

1,800 00 
2,200 00 
700 00 
300 00 

1.500 00 
700 00 

2.000 00 
11,400 00 

3.500 00 
300 00 

1,000 00 
6,000 00 
15,000 00 
3,100 00 

2.500 00 


95,820 00 :1, 226, 477 00 ; 4,906,671 46 


No. of Vote. 


14 


SVPPLEME~NTARY ESTIMATES, 1^03-4 


2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1903-4 — Continued. 


73 ^ 


Service. 

$ cts. 

$ cts. 

1 

Brought forward. ... 

,95,820 00 

1,226,477 00 

PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO INCOME.— 



Continued. 



Harbours and Continued 



Nova /Scoim— Continued. 



Hall's Harbour — Improvements 

2,500 00 


Har hour ville— Repairs to harbour works 

■500 00 

J 

Indian Harbour — Wharf ... 

1,200 00 


Indian Brook Flats Wharf, Cape Sable Island — To com- 



plete — Re vote $1,000 

1,400 00 


Inverness (Broad Cove) Mines Harbour — Repairs to harbour 




10,0o0 00 


Iona — Extension of wharf 

5,000 00 


Ketch Harbotir — Dredging entrance channel 

1,000 00 


Kingsport — Reconstruction of oier 

3,000 00 


Lockeport — Beach protection 

40D 00 


Lower West Pubnico — To complete wharf 

800 00 


Lower Washabuck — Beach protection 

400 00 


Little Harbour — To complete breakwater 

500 00 


Livingston’s Cove — Repairs to breakwater 

1,800 00 


L’Ardoise — Extension of breakwater up to shore — (Revote 



.$6,000) 

18,000 00 


McNair’s Cove Breakwater — Extension 

6,000 00 


McKay’s Point — Wharf 

6,000 00 


McNutt’s Island Beach Protection— Extension of, and re- 

- 


pairs to works 

500 00 


Malignant Cove Harbour — Repairs to works 

600 00 


Main k Dieu — Breakwater on west side of harbour — (Re vote) 

2,000 00 


Margaretville — General repairs to breakwater . . . . .:.... 

500 00 


Middle River — Shear dam 

2,400 00 


Malagawatch — Improvement of boat channel 

300 00 


Musquodoboit Harbour — To cornplete approach to wharf. . . 

300 00 


Melbourne Wharf— Improvements 

900 00 


iNecum Teuch — (Revote $1,200) 

2,000 00 

1 

North Gut, St. Anns— Wharf at Morrison’s Point 

2,000 00 

1 

'North River, St. Anns — Repairs to wharf 

900 00 

1 

j Noel Wharf — Repairs 

1,000 00 

1 

Ogden’s Pond — To complete channel protection works, &c. 


j 

— Additional amount 

800 00 


Oyster Pond Beach Protection — Spur at outer end. 

450 00 


Poirierville (Lower D’Escousse) Wharf — (Revote) — 

1,500 00 


Prospect Wharf — (Revote) 

1,000 00 


Piper’s Cove — Wharf 

600 00 


Pleasant Bay — Boat harbour — (Revote) 

1,000 00 


Parrsboro Landing Pier — Tm[)rovements 

750 00 


i’higwash Wharf —Repairs 

2,000 00 

1 

Pickett’s Pier — -Reconstruction of — (Revote) 

3,000 00 

1 

^ictou Light Beach — Reconstruction of piotection works. . . 

2,000 00 

j 

Pembroke — Breakwater - 

8,000 00 

i 

Porter’s Lake Channel — To finish . . 

2,500 00 


Port Hood Pier Repairs 

1,500 0« 


Port Hood Harbour— Closing of northern entrance with 


1 

brush and stone work 

20.000 00 

j 

Port Greville — Extension of breakwater and rei)airs. .... 

12,750 00 

. 

Port Howe — Wharf 

2,000 00 


Port La-tour Breakwater 

4,000 00 


Port George— Rejiairs to main breakwater, &c 

2,100 00 


Port au Pique — Wharf 

2,500 00 


Port Maitland — Extension of buttress on seaward side 



western breakwater, shorewards 

1,.500 00 


Carried forward 

237,570 00 

1,226,477 00 


$ cts. 


4,906,671 46 


4,906,671 46 


JNo. of Vote. 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 190S-4 


15 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 

SUPPLEMENTART ESTIMATES FOR THE Year 1903-4 — Continued. 


Service. 


8 cts. ; $ cts. 


cts. 


Brought forward 237,570 00 1,226,477 00 4,90f5,671 46 

PUBLIC WORKS-CHARGEABLE TO INCOME | 

— Continued. ■ 

Harbours axd Rivers— C oitfiMwai. . | 

i 

Nova .Scofta— Concluded. j 


Red Head — Repairs to beach protection works— Revote 

of lapsed amount 

Ragged Head Boat Harbour 

South Gut, St. Anns — Repairs to top of wharf 

Scott’s Bay — Extension of breakwater, &c 

Swim’s Point Wharf — Extension of, &c 

Skinner’s Cove— Boat channel and protection wor'ics. ... 
Sydney Quarantine Station — Extension of and repairs to 

wharf 

Shag Harbour — To complete wharf 

Summerville Wharf— Addition 

Spry Bay — Wharf 

Tracadie Breakwater— Repairs to inshore end, &c. . . . 

Teneca pe — Breakwater 

Upper Port Latour Wharf— Extension j 

Victoria Beach — Wharf ' 

Wallace Harbour — Improvements and repairs 

Wentworth— Wharf ] 

West Woods Harbour— Extension of wharf. . . j 

West Bay — Wharf-- (Revote 82,000) j 

West Arichat Breakwater — Repairs. j 

Wedge Point— Extension of breakwater 

Wolfville Wharf — Repairs ■ 

White’s Cove — Improvements to breakwater 

West Chezzetcook Breakwater — Repairs, &c. 

UYarmouth Bar — Repairs to protection works — (Revote) 


m 00 
200 00 
500 00 

2,000 00 

1,600 00 

5,tX)0 00 

3,050 00 
350 00 

1,600 00 

2,000 00 

500 00 

7.500 00 
800 00 

25,000 00 

4.000 00 

3.500 00 
700 00 

3,300 00 
700 00 

4.500 00 

2.500 00 

2.000 00 

3,000 00 

1.500 00 


74 


Prince Edward Island. 

Beach Point — Widening boat channel through bar 

Canoe Cove Breakwater — Repairs, &c .... 

Capie Traverse or Carleton Head — Survey 

Cove Head Harbour — Improvement of entrance channel 

Higgins Shore— Rejmirs to pier l,tK)0 00 

Lewis Point Pier — Repairs j 

New London Harbour — Improvement of entrance channel i 

to Clifton and French Rivers I 

North Cardiran Pier — Extension 

Point Prim Island — Wharf ... . 

Richmond Bay — Reconstruction of wharf near Grand River 

ferry 

Rustico Harbour— Breakwater on Robinson’s Island, south 

side of entrance to harbour j 

Summerside Harbour — Breakwater — (Revote) | 

'West Point Wharf — Repairs i 

jWood Islands Harbour — Amount required to pay for ad-l 
ditional work 


Neto Brunsmck. 


C Belli veau Wharf — Repairs 

Black Brook (Loggieville) — Additional wharf accommo- 

I dation 

iBuctouche Wharf — Repairs 

i 

J Carried forward 


900 

00 

500 

00 , 

3,000 

00 

l,9<i0 

00 

1,000 

00 

1,100 

00 

4,000 

00 

4,000 

00 

5,000 

00 

1,500 

00 

6,000 

00 

35,000 

00 

2,000 

00 i 

900 

00 j 

750 

! 

00 i 

5,000 

00 

3,900 

00 ' 


31.3.770 00 


66,800 00 


9,650 00 (1,607,047 00 4,906,671 46 


No. of Vote. 


16 SVPPLEMEIfTARY ESTIMA'iES, 1903-^ 

2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1903 - 4 — Continued. 


Service. 

S cts. 

S cts. 

Brought forward 

9,650 00 

1,607,047 00 

PUBLIC WORKS-CHARGEABLE TO INCOME- 



Continued, 



Harbours and Rivers — Continued. 



; Neio Brunswick — Concluded. 



Cape Tormentine— Improvements.. 

10,000 00 


Uampobello — Breakwater at Wilson’s Beach — (Revote) 

3,000 00 


Campbellton Wharf — Extension, repairs, &c.. 

10,000 00 


Chatham — Slip for light ships 

5,000 00 


|Cocagne Wharf —Compensation to Cav>tain Antoine Arse- 



i nault of the schooner Morning Star for damages to his 



vessel resulting from the failure of a defective mooring 



post 

250 00 


Dalhousie — Harbour improvements 

10,000 00 


Dipper Harbour — Breakwater 

10,000 00 

i 

Grande Anse — Extension of breakwater, &c. — (Revote) . . . 

3,000 00 

i 

Hopewell Cape Wharf— Repairs, &e . . . . 

5,800 00 

i 

Ho]jewell Hill Wharf — Improvements, &C 

850 00 

1 

Miscou Harbour — Wharf 

5,000 00 


Mispec — Repairs to breakwater 

550 00 


North Head Breakwater \\ harf — Grand Manan. 

10,000 00 


Petit Rocher — Breakwater 

6,000 00 


Pointe du Chene — Repairs to breakwaters 

4,000 00 


Richibucto Harbour — Extension of north pier — (Revote). . . 

3,000 00 


River Upsalquitch — Improvement of waterway ... 

500 00 


Tracadie— Repairs to wharf 

800 00 

i 

Tynemouth Creek Harbour — Raising pier on west side of 



entrance and repairs to piers, groynes, &c 

1,000 00 



— 

98,400 00 

* Quebec. 



Anse aux Gascons — Extension of wharf, etc 

6,000 00 


Anse aux Gris Fonds — Improvements at mouth of river ... 

2,000 00 


Anse St. .Jean — Extension of wharf 

3,000 00 


Barachois de Malbaie — Breakwater 

5,000 00 


Baie St. Paul — Repairs to wharf at Cap aux Corbeaux — 



Additional amount 

2,400 00 


Beloeil Guide Piers and Booms — To make good damage by 




1,600 00 


Berthier (en bas) — Repairs to wharf, etc. — (Revote of lapsed 



450 00 


Bonaventure East — Breakwater 

5,000 00 


Bois Brftle — Training pier, etc 

2,000 00 


Cacouna — Extension of wharf, etc 

2,300 00 


Caplan — Breakwater 

5,000 00 


Chambord — Wharf 

2,000 00 


Chateau Richer- Harbour improvements .... 

4,000 00 


Champlain — Wharf, including repairs and addition 

7,200 00 


Chicoutimi Wharf — Repairs 

1,000 00 

1 

Coteau du Lac Wharf — Repairs 

800 00 

i 

Deschambault — Wharf 

5,000 00 

1 

Desjardin.s — Alumette Island — Wharf 

7,500 00 

1 

Doucet’s Landing— Dredging 

6,000 00 

I 

Douglastown — Isolated bhx;k 

6,000 00 


Ea.st Templeton — Wharf 

3,000 00 

I 

English River — Remov al of obstructions 

5,000 00 

1 

Escoumains— Pier 

2,000 00 

i 

Gatineau River — Protection of east bank below Canadian 


1 

Pacific Ry. bridge including purchase of land 

3,500 00 

1 

Grande Riviere Wharf — New covering 

800 00 

: 

Carried forward 

88,550 00 

1,705,447 00 ^4 


75 


$ cts. 


1,906,671 46 


si rrLtJMEXTAItV i:STl MATES. 190S-J, 


17 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1903 - 4 — Continued 


Service. 


•> cts. 


•S ct.s. 


* cts. 


Brought forwai-d. 


76- 


P17BLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO INCOME— 
i C<mtinue(L 

Haubocks and Rivers— C ofttiuMfrf. 

I 

! t>uf6cc— Continued. 

! Grands Muhins — Breakwater 

Grondines — Wharf 

Isle Verte — Removal of rocks in river 

Kamouraska— Extension of pier 

■L’Anse a Giles — Wharf and repairs . . i 

'Lake St. .lohn— Dredging ... | 

■Lake Xominingue — Wharfs i 

Laprairie Ice Piers and Protection Wall — Additional amount 

i for works of reconstruction and repair 

i L’Islet Wharf — Repairs 

;Lotbiniere Wharf — Improvements 

IMaguasha — Landing pier 

■ Matane — Repairs to breakwater pier at mouth of river 

: Mistook (Delisle) — Wharf 

Mont Louis — Wharf 

Xew Carlisle Wharf — Repairs 

■Newport Breakwater— Extension 

Xew Richmond — Breakwater 

Xotre Dame du Portage — M’harf 

Paspebiac — Landing pier 

Perce — Extension of pier in north cove. 

Petites Bergeronnes — Removal of boulders 

Pierreville — Wharf 

;Pointe aux Trembles— Wharf 

Pointe Fortune Wharf — Improvements.. . . 

Port Daniel — Extension of wharf and approach to same . . . 

iRepentigny — Wharf 

jRimouski— Extension of pier and tidal basin, including 

I repairs ' 

Riviere Batiscan — To continue dredging of channel at outlet 

■ of river i 

Riviere St. Maurice— Dredging eastern channel, &c ,i 

■Riviere Jesus — Dred^ng '. .! 

'Riviere Ouelle Pier — Jlepairs : 

iRiviere Verte — Improvements at mouth of . 

;River Richelieu— St. .Johns guide boom — Repairs to boom.. , 

■River Saguenay — Dredging 

■River St. Louis — Improvements 

■River du Loup (Fraserville) — Harbour improvements 

Sacre-Cceur — Wharf | 

Shegawake — Harbour improvements ; 

Seven Islands — Wharf | 

Sabrevois Wharf — Improvements 

Sorel — Ice Piers i 

Ste. Anne du Sag^uenay Wharf — Improvements , ' 

Ste. Anne de la Perade — Repairs to river bank protection 

' w.Arks 1 

Ste. Famille — Extension of pier 

Ste. Anne de la Pocatiere — Reconstruction of pier destroyed; 

by ice shoves j 

Ste. Anne de Sorel — Repairs to ice piers I 

St. Alphonse, Bale des Ha I Ha ! — Rejiairsto wharf — Addi-! 

tional amount required. I 

St. Gi^efroi de Xouvelle — Breakwater ! 

St. G^eon I.slands— Wharf i 

St. F ulgence — Wharf ' 


88,550 00 I 1,705,447 00 4,906,(i71 46 

) 


5,000 00 

5.000 00 
800 00 

4.500 00 
1,300 00 ; 

3.500 00 ! 

2.000 00 

10,000 00 ; 
500 00 I 

7.000 00 i 

4.000 00 I 

4.500 00 ! 

2.000 00 
.5,000 00 ; 
1,800 00 
6,800 00 ! 
6,000 00 ; 

4.500 00 I 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 

600 00 ! 

7.500 00 I 

5.000 00 

1.000 00 

7.000 00 

6.500 00 

30.000 00 ; 

1.000 00 

5.000 00 

6.000 00 
6,000 00 
3,750 00 
1,300 00 

15.000 00 

15.000 00 

20.000 00 
1,000 00 

4.000 00 
25,000 00 

1.000 00 

3.000 00 

1.000 00 

3.000 00 

4.000 00 

5,400 00 
3,800 00 

2.000 00 
6,000 00 
2,000 00 
1.000 00 


Carried forward 


37-5, 6<X> 00 1 1,705,447 0«.' 4,!)06,671 46 


No. of Vote. 


18 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1903-4 


2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1903-4 — Continued. 


Service. 


iji cts . 


S ct« . 


$ cts . 


Brought forward. 


1,705,447 00 


4,900,071 40 


PUBLIC WORKS^CHAROEABLE TO INCOME j 
Continued. | 

Harbours and Continued. 

Quebec — Concluded. 


I 


St. Maurice River — Dam at Grandes Piles 

St. Andre de Kamouraska— Extension of pier and addi- 
tional repairs 

St. Genevieve Piers and Spans, &c. — Renewals and 

repairs 

St. Zotique Wharf— Repairs to covering, &c 

St. Valentin Pier — Renewals and repairs 

St. Marc Wharf — Richelieu river — Improvements 

St. EidMe— Wharf 

St. Simeon Wharf — Extension 

St. Irenee Wharf — Construction of head block, etc.-(Revote) 

St. Jean Port Joli Pier — To complete repairs 

St. Michel de Bellechasse — Repairs to pier 

St Jean Island of Orleans Repairs to wharf 

St. Jean des Chaillons — Wharf. . 

Trois Lacs or Flint’s Landing, Lake Megantic To com- 
plete wharf 

Trois Pistoles — Breakwater 

Vercheres — Wharf. ... 

Yamaska Lock— Dredging below lock 


Ontario. 

Amherstburg — Dredging 

Blind River Wharf — Addition of head block 

Barry’s Bay, Madawaska River — Wharf 

Bracebridge — Wharf 

Bronte Harbour — Improvements 

Burlington Channel Piers — To complete works of renewal 

and repair under contract (Revote) 

Cobourg Harbour — Repairs to piers and dredging 

Colborne Harbour — Kenewals and repairs to wharf 

C umberland — Wharf 

Christian Island — Repairs to wharf 

Collingwood — Improvements in harbour 

Depot Harbour— Breakwater 

Gananoque — Dredging 

Grand Bend — Breakwater pier, etc 

Goderich — Bi eakwater off entrance to harbour 

Gore’s Landing — Wharf 

Honora — Wharf.. 

Kingsville — Filling superstructure of extension of break- 
water with stone ballast 

Lake Timiskaming — Wharfs 

Little Bear Creek — Dredging 

Little Current — Improvement of northern steainlwat chan - 

nel in Georgian Bay 

L’Orignal Wharf — Renewals and rejiairs 

Leamington Wharf— Sheet piling, etc 

Meaforcl Harbour — New breakwater — pier 

Midland Harbour— Imi>rovements.. 

Oakville Harbour— Additional amount for dredging. .. . 

Prescott — 1 ) redgi ng 

' Pembioke - Wharf 

Carried forward 


10,000 

00 

3,700 

00 

2,000 

00 1 

500 

00 

1,150 

00 

500 

00 

4,000 

00 

4,000 

00 

4,70 u 

00 

1,100 

00 

2, '00 

00 

1,200 

00 

0,000 

00 

850 

00 : 

5,800 

00 1 

5,500 

00 ^ 

8,000 

(0 

1.5,000 

00 

3,000 

00 

1,500 

00 

5,800 

00 

6,300 

00 

10,000 

00 

2,500 

00 

3,.500 

00 

5,500 

00 

400 

00 

60,000 

00 

20,000 

00 

7,000 

00 

j 5,000 

00 

' 20,000 

00 

3,000 

00 

4,000 

00 

4,000 

00 

1,000 

00 

2,000 

00 

1 15,000 

00 

1 1,000 

00 

' 3,8 (XI 

00 

1.5,000 

00 

12,000 

00 

3,500 

00 

4,000 

00 

10,000 

00 

2 3,8( M ) 

00 


437,700 00 


I 


2,143,147 00 4.900,071 40 


No. 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 190S-4 19 

.SUPPLEMKNTARV Estimate.s FOR THE Year 1903-4 — Continued. 


Service. 


S Ct8. 


Brought forward. 


S cts. 


243,800 00 2,143,147 00 


PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO INCOME- 
Continued. 

Hakbouks and Rivers— C hrUmi/cd. 


Onta rio — Con tin ued . 


Port Dover Piers— Works of reconstruction, and renewal 

and repair 

Penetanguishene — Dredging, etc., 

~7i Parry Sound — Wharf 

Point Edward — Dredging 

Port Burwell — Improvement of harbour (Revote ^,000) . . 

Port Stanley — Dr^ging. 

Port Perry — Dredging harlx)ur 

'Port Arthur — Repairs to breakwater | 

Rosedale — Wharf . . ; 

1 Rondeau — Dredging • 

t River Sydenham — Improvement of • 

iRiver Ottawa — Improvements of Narrows at Petewawa' 
I above I’em broke — To pay G. C. Poupore in full for work 
I doneprevicusto July 1,1903 — (Revote of lapsed amount)' 

iRiver Otonabee — Dredging at Peterborough 

•River St. Lawrence — Dredging steamboat channel through 

i shoal at foot of Wolfe Island ; 

Spanish River — Dredging ' ' 

■Regulation of waters of Lakes Simcoe and Couchiching — i 

Repairs to works at Washago, &c 

Sarnia — Dredging 

Sault Ste. Marie — Harbour improvements, including dredg- 
ing of a^roaches — (Revote) I 

Thessalon— Breakwater I 

Thornbury Harbour — Dredging j 

Toronto Harbour— Works at eastern entrance-Close pilingj 

channel face of east pier and levelling up pier I 

Toronto Harbour— Works at eastern entrance — To payj 
Magann and Phin in full and final settlement of alli 
claims in connection with their contract of February 10, 

1900, for the extension of the western pier 

Victoria Harbour — Dredging 

_ Wiarton — Wharf 


Manitoba 


Icelandic River— Wharf. 


10,000 00 

4.800 00 

8,000 00 

6.000 00 i 

34.000 00 1 

4.000 00 
2.200 00 

17,500 00 

1.000 00 

13.000 00 

5.800 00 


7.000 00 

5.000 00 

5.000 00 

10,000 00 

2.000 00 
6,000 00 

18,300 00 
5,000 00 
3,550 00 

20,000 00 


9,100 51 , 
4,000 00 ' 
10,000 00 


9 ^ 


British Columbia. 

Columbia River above Golden — New hull for pile-driver, &c 
Columbia River above Golden — Opening channel from river 

to site of proposed warehouse at Wilmer 

Columbia River- Improvements between Upper and Ixiwer 

I Arrow lakes 

jColumbia River between Arrow Lakes — To pay balance due 

j ^ on dredge machinery 

Fraser River — Improvements 

I Hardy Bay — Wharf — (Revote) 

(North Thompson River — Improvements, &c | 

Salmon River — Removal, of driftwood and other obstruc- 
tions — (Revote). .. 1 

Sidnej’ Harbour — Breakwater 

.Spallumchin River— Protection of banks at Enderbv 


4.500 00 

1,000 00 

12,000 00 

4.000 00 
25,000 00 

2,100 00 

7.000 00 

3.000 00 

5.000 00 

1.500 00 


4,906,671 46 


455,050 51 


1,000 00 


5a — 2.1 


Carried forward 65,100 00 2,599,197 51 4,906,671 46 


No. of Vote. . 


20 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1903-'t 


2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1903 - 4 — Continued. 


so 


81 


Service. 


Brought forward 


8 cts. 


05,100 00 


PUBLIC WORKS- CHARGEABLE TO INCOME- 
Vcmtinued. 

Harbours and Rivers — Concluded. 

British Col umhia — Concluded. 


Quatsino City— Wharf I 

Williams Head Quarantine Station — Extension of wharf at 

eastern end, &c I 

Victoria Harbour — Additional amount for dredging and re-1 
moval of rocks. 


Yukon Territory. 

Lewes and Yukon River iinprovements. 


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


Harbours and Rivers Generai.i.y. 
Harbours and Rivers Generally 


82 1 


Dredgino. 

Includintj salaries o f engineers, superintendents awl clerks. 

Dredging — Maritime Provinces— Additional amount re- 
quired 

New Dredging Plant, British Columbia, to replace Snag 

Boat Samson and dredge Mud Lark. 

New Tug for dredge Manitoba 

Hydraulic self-propelling dredge for Maritime Provinces. . . 

New dredge for Prince Edward Island 

New Dredging Plant— Quebec and Ontario 

New Dredging Plant, British Columbia — One tug, steel hull, 

and two hopper scows 

New Dredging Plant, Ontario and Quebec — Additional 
amount ... 


83 


Roads and Bridges. 

“Hull Slide” and “Union” bridges and roadway ap- 
proaches— Repairs, alterations and additions, etc 

Ottawa City — Dufferin and Sappers Bridges, over the 
Rideau Canal — Repairs, alterations and additions, etc.. 
Bryson Bridge— Reconstruction of piers and approaches. . . 

Moisie Post Road — Improvement of 

I Laurier Bridge over the Rideau Canal at Ottawa — Paving 

I approaches, etc i 

Edmonton Bridge over the Saskatchewan River — Renewal 

of flooring 

Battleford Bridge — Replacing old wooden trusses &c., by 
iron superstructure — To pay balance due contractor, &c. 

(Revote of lapsed amount) . 

t iTo ojien .a pack trail from the Peace River to the Pelly River 


28,.500 00 

10,000 00 

•10.500 00 

40.000 00 

25.000 00 

20.000 00 

36.000 00 

78.000 00 


(),000 

00 

10,000 

00 

10,000 

00 

700 

00 

2,2.50 

00 

1,6.50 

00 

1,651 

00 

25,000 

00 


8 cts. 


2,500,197 51 


4,006,671 46 


85,100 00 


30,000 00 


3,500 00 


248,000 00 


57,251 00 


Carried forward I 3,023,048 51 4,00<i,671 46 


No. of V'otc. 


SL PI'LKUENTARY ESTIMATES, 1903--i 


21 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 

.SUPPLEMKXTARV ESTIMATES FOR THE Year 1903-4 — Continued. 



f 


85-! 


86 


f 

87 -i 


88 -' 


' Service. 

• 

8 cts. 

8 cts. 

-8 cts. 



3,023,048 £1 

4,906,671 46 

PUBLIC WOKKS-CHARGEABLE TO INCOME- 
— Continued. 


Telegraph Li.\e.s. 




Maritime Provinces. 




Assistance towards extension of telephone line from Chat- 
ham to Tracadie, N. B 

.Teleerraphic connection between Deer Island and East{)ort 

2,000 00 
3,.500 00 
2,000 00 



Telegraph line from Big Bras d’Or to Upper Kempt Head, 
Boularderie Island 




7,500 00 





! Quebec. 

* 



Magdalen I.slands— Renewal of poles and wiie on land lines. 
Anticosti Island - Renewal of line wire beiwi-en Fox Bay 

6,000 00 
7,36»^ 00 

• 

• 

,To pay for ^larconi wireless telegraph apparatus supplied 

i and installed at Chateau Bay and Belle Isle 

Murray Bay to St. Catherines Bay »(Riv. aux Canard.s) 
Second wire 

4,100 00 

1,640 .X) 
1,150 00 

1.500 00 

2,000 00 
12,000 00 

1,800 00 

2.500 00 



Island of Orleans land line— Extension to Ste. Famille 

Land line— Ste. Anne du Saguenay to Descente des Femmes 
■Extension of branch line on west side of River Saguenay 
from St. Etienne to Anse St. .Jean — (Re vote of lajrsed 

balance of ?1, 263.20) 

Telegraph line on north shore of St. Lawrence — Lrnd line 

from Bersimis to Godbout 

Chicoutimi— St. Charles telegraph line — Branch from Ste. 
Anne to Lac Clair 



, Petite Riviere— Ste. Agnes telegn^aph line 

40,050 00 


1 



Ontario. 


■ 


Pelee Island— Cable connection with mainland — (Revote 
1 -8750) 


1,000 fio 

. 


1 

1 

! ^orth-ic€ist Territories, 



1 

; Lfcthbrid^e-Cardston telephone line — Restoration of Spring 

Coulee-Cai’dston section 

Telephone line — Edmonton to Edmonton Indian agency. 
Yelegraph line between Edmonton and Athabasca Landing. 
iLoop line from a point on main line near Victoria to connect 

with Andrews’ 

1 Extension of telegraph line from Wood Mountain Post to 
Willow Bunch 

1,100 00 
1,000 00 
15,000 00 

600 00 

7,600 00 

2.5,300 00 





British Colambiu. 




Kamloops-Xicola telephone line — Resetting of poles and 
general repairs. 

1,0(X» 00 
!HX) 00 



^ ancouyer Island-Salt Spring Island telephone line — Ex- 
tension 

1,000 00 





Carried forward 


3,098,708 51 

4,906,671 46 


No. of Vote. 


22 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 19034 


2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1903 - 4 — Continued. 


Service. 


89- 


90 

91 

92 

93 

94 


95 

96 


97 


Brought forward. 


PUBLIC WORKS 


CHAROKABLK TO INCOME- 
Concluded. 

Miscellaneous. 


S cts , 


3,098,798 51 


Arbitrations and awards including payments autliorized 
notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the Civil 

Service Act 

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

Temporary clerical and otlier assistance, inclusive of all 
persons required, who were first required after July 1, 
1882, notwithstanding anything in the Civil Service 

Act 

Gratuity to the daughters of the late Thos. Ryan, engineer 
Montreal Dominion buildings, equal to two months of 

his salary . 

To provide for an increase in the half salary of the depart- 
mental photographer 

Cement testing laboratory— Improvements in equipment. . 
Gratuity to the father of the late Jose])h Charette, draughts- 
man in the Chief Architect’s office, amounting to two 

months of his salary 

Gratuity to the widow of the late James Russell, caretaker 
St. Thomas public building equal to two months of his 

salary 

Surveys of headwaters of the Ottawa River and tributaries 
with a view of devising a scheme for the regulation of 
the water levels of the upper reaches of these streams 
so as to afford increased facilities for navigation pur- 

ixjses, the descent of timlrer, etc 

Technical and other books of reference 

Gratuity to the widow of the late A. Nadeau, telegraph 

operator at South Point, Anticosti Island 

Gratuity to the family of the late J. Harrington, line 

repairer, equal to two months of his salary 

Gratuity to District Superintendent, .Jas. Wilson, on his 

retirement from the Government service 

To provide for expenditure in connection with a Transport- 
ation Commission 


MAIL SUBSIDIES AND STEAMSHIP SUBVEN- 
TIONS. 


5,000 00 
14, (MX) 00 

8,(X)0 00 

200 00 

50 00 
1,500 00 

166 66 

66 ()6 


20,000 00 

500 00 

50 00 

100 00 

300 00 

25,000 (X) 


•S cts . 


•S cts . 


4,906,671 46 


Additional to service between Great Britain and Canada. . . 
Additional for steam service between St. John, N.B., and 

Glasgow during winter of 190.3-4 

Additional for steam communication during the season of 
1903, between the Mainland and the Magdalen Islands, 
Steam communication between Prince Edward Island, Cape 

Breton and Newfoundland 

Additional for steam service during the season of 1903 be-’, 
tween Sydney, C.B., and Bay St. Lawrence and Way' 

Ports 

Steam service between Canada and Australia . . 

Steam service between Paspebiac and Gaspe Basin during 

the months of December, 1903, and January, 1904 

Additional for steam service between Victoria and West! 
Coast of Vancouver Island ! 


Carried forward ’. 247,166 66 8,080,403 29 


74,933 

32 

25,000 

00 

7,500 

00 

; 6,000 

00 

! 8,000 

00 

500 

(X) 

194,666 

66 

3,000 

00 

2,500 

00 

247,166 

66 


3,173,731 83 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 190S-4 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6a 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1903 - 4 — Continued. 




Service. 


-S cts. 


Brought forward. 


M.AIL SUBSIDIES AND STEAMSHIP SUBVEN- 
TIONS. .Concluded. 


-S css. I § cts. 


247,166 66 8,080,403 29 


[ 98 Additional for steam service during the year 1903 between 
i St. Stephen, N.B., St. Croix River Points, Deer Island,. 
I Cainpobello, Passaniaquoddy Bay and L’Etete or Black 

j Bay . . I 

99 Steam service between St. Catherine's Bay and Tadousac 

: during winter of 1903-4 

100 For services of the steamer* “Ixjrd Strathcona” and wreck- 
■ ing plant on the St. Lawrence for the year ending .June 
j .30, 1904 

I OCEAN AND RIVER SERVICE. 


1,000 00 

2.000 00 j 

10.000 00 I 


260,166 66 


f 'Further amount required for rejiairs to Government steam- 
ers Stunley and Lansdovme 

Further amount required for e.xamination of masters and 

mates 

Marine Biological Station I 

Further amount re luired for cattle inspection • 

Further amount required for rewards for saving life; for life- 
' saving stations and for w^es of crews and drill clothing 
i Further amount required for investigations into "wrecks. . . . ^ 
101 -1 For expenses of inquiry into the subject of a Naval Militia 

and School of N avigation 

To cover cost of the extension of the Coast Service and Sur-' 

veys on the Northern Coast of Canada , 

.Gratuity to Alfred Couillard, Second Mate of steamer 

! Druid, for injuries while on duty 

Gratuity to the widow of the late William Owen, First 
1 Officer of the steamer Quadra, who had been in the! 

; employ of the Government for 29 years, eciual to six 

L j months’ salary 


LIGHTHOUSE AND COAST SERVICE. 


27.0OJ 00 


2,000 00 

3.000 00 

:100 00 i 

2.000 00 
2,000 00 


7,500 OO : 


100,000 00 

6<X) 00 ; 

360 00 : 


144,760 tJO 


102 - 


Further amount r^uired for agencies, rents and contin-[ 
j gencies, including the establishment of a new agency at 

jFurther amount required for maintenance and repairs to 
1 lighthouses, owing td the proposed establishment of 

( ^ gas lights and buoys above Montreal 

■Further amount required for construction and aids to 
j Navigation, including the purchase and equipment of 
i boats for sweeping channels between Platon and Mont- 
1 real and Montreal and Kington ; and the substitution 
I of compressed gas for oil as illuminant for lighthouses, 

1 increasing the power of the lights below Montreal, and 

1 the establishment of a buoy dejxjt for the upper lakes . . , 

Further amount required for Signal Service, for telephonic 
I communication between Port Atkinson l.,ighthouse, 

I B.C., and the City of Vancouver 

I To provide for the purchase of land and a wharf for buoy 

i ser\-ice at Halifax 

Compensation to H. J. Cartier, Light Keeper, River Thames, 
for loss of provisions, money, etc., when dwelling was 

i destroyed by fire 

For the equipment of wireless stations at Point Amour, 
Heath Point, Anticosti, Fame Point, Cape Race and 
Belle Isle and Sable Island .... 


5,000 00 ' 
15,000 00 ' 


180,00<) 00 I 

2.000 00 I 

20.000 00 j 

I 

250 00 ! 

i 

25.000 00 i 


I, 


247,250 00 


Carried forward. 


I 8,732,579 95 


24 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 19034 


2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1903 - 4 — Continued. 


Service. 


i S cts. ■ 


8 cts. I 8 cts. 


Brought forward. 


103- 


SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTIONS. , 

Further amount required for observers in Manitoba and the 
North-west Territories to supply rejwrts during the 

growing season 

To pay \V. A. Found, salary as Observer at Ottawa, not- 
withstanding anything in the Civil Service Act ; 

To pay grant to Montreal Observatory j 


STEAMBOAT INSPECTION. 

104 Further amount required for Steamboat Inspection . 


lOo-! 


FISHERIES. 

To investigate matters respecting sardine, herring and oysterj 

fisheries and coasts close season I 

Legal expenses of arbitration re seizure of the following! 
sealing vessels by Russian Cruisers in the North Pacific! 
Ocean in 1892, viz .: — Vancouver Belle, Walter P. Hall, 
0. H. Tupper, boat of the E. B. Marvin, and boats of 

the W. P. Hayward (revote) 

To pay His Majesty’s Government balance of divisible ex- 
penses in the Behring Sea Arbitration 

Towards providing for a steamer to replace the Acadia and 

one to rei>lace the Petrel on the Great Lakes 

Furthfir amount required for building and maintenance of 
fish breeding establishments and lobster hatcheries and 
securing seed lobsters during the fishing season for dis-; 
tribution in depleted localities ... 


!dOMINION L \NDS—CHARG FABLE TO INCOME. 

Further amount required for salaries of the Outside Service 
jTo pay the widow of the late W. B. Underhill, Homestead 

10() -J I Inspector, a gratuity equal to two months salary 

I Further amount required for )>rotection of timber and tree 
\i planting 


107 


108 


DOMINION LANDS -CHARGEABLE TO CAPITAL. 

Further amount required for surveys, examination of sur- 
vey returns, printing of iJans, &c 


GOVERNMENT OF THE YUKON TERRITORY. 

Additional amount required for expen.ses in connection with 
the administration of the Territory 


Amount required for the maiptenance and construction of 

roads and bridges in the Territory 

Grant to administration of Yukon Territory for construc- 
tion and maintenance of public Viuildings for local pur- 
poses and settlement of claims in connection with the 
construction of roads 


Carried forward.. 


8,732,.o79 9.0 


4,000 00 I 

150 00 ' 
.500 00 : 


4,650 00 

6,000 00 


10,000 00 

8,000 00 

629 46 

75.000 00 

15.000 00 


lfl8.629 46 


10,000 00 ^ 

250 00 

15,000 00 25,250 00 


320,000 00 


15,000 00 
113,490 00 

113,500 00 


241,990 00 
9,439,099 41 


SVPPLEilESTXRY ESTIMATES, 190S-i 


25 






SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 

SUPPLEMEN'TARY ESTIMATES FOR THE Year 1903-4 — Continued. 




j 


Service. 


S Ct8. s cts. S Cto. 


Brought forward. 


109- 


GOVKRNMKNT OF THE NORTH-WEST TER 
RITORIE<. 

Additional grant require<l for schools, clerical assistance, 

1 printing, &c., to be paid half-yearly in advance 

■Further amount required for Registrars, &c j 


9,4.S!»,09!i 41 


2T)0,000 00 

5,0iXt 00 


110 


I PuiAic Works Department. 

r Belly River Bridge at Lethbridge— Reconstruction of — To 
1} recoup the Government of the North-west Territories. 
1 Old Man’s River Bridge at McLejd — Reconstruction of — To 
V recoup the Government of the North-west Territories 


111 

112 


113 

114 


115 

116 


117 


118 

119 


120 


121 

122 


123 


124 

125 


126 


127 

128 


129 


i MISCELLANEOUS. 

( 

.To purchase 500 copies of the “Canadian Parliamentary 

Guide and work of Reference.” 

ITo provide for expenses of investigations into trade com- 

I binations. Customs Tariff Act 

Contribution by Canada to Queen Victoria Memorial 

Towards expenses of meeting of Congress of Chambers of 

! Commerce of the Empire, Montreal 

,To purchase 350 copies of the 3rd edition of Sir John !l^u- 

I rinot’s Parliamentary Procedure 

Grant to assist the Canadian Association for the preven- 

I tion of Tuberculosis 

jTowardb expenses of entertaining the American Veterinary 
i Medical Association at their annual meeting held in 

! Ottawa during the first week in September, 1903 

To meet expenses in King vs. . America Bank Note Co. . . 
iTo provide for the payment for returns and other expenses 
j under the Naturalization Act of 1902 (Revote S6, 000.00) 
To pay Charles Miller S3,713..32 and Robert Miller ^,339.05 
‘ for amounts deposit^ by them in the Post Office Sav- 
j ingrs Bank at St. Scholastique and fraudulently with- 
drawn by the Assistant Postmaster. . 

I Amount required for additional building at Banff, N.W.T 
‘Amount required to p»ay expenses connected with the! 

Alaska Boundary Commission | 

-Additional amount required to assist in defraying cost of 
publication of documents issued by the Canadian Min- 
ing Institute 

■ Amount required to cover expenses connected with land 
slide at Turtle Mountain . 


55.000 00 

29.000 00 


1,000 00 

.5,000 00 
, 146,000 00 

2.5,000 00 

2,450 00 

2,000 00 

500 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 


Additional amount re<^uired for expenses of the Assay Office 

in British Columbia ' . . . 

To paj- .Tustice Richardson allowance as Administrator of 
the government of the Northwest Territories from 6th 

to 30th .June 1898 . 

To (»nipensate the Canadian Bank of Commerce for services 

in the Yukon, from May 1, 1902 to April 30, 1903 

Amount required for compensation for price of islands and 
improvements to be made on islands in the St. Law- 
rence River 

Additional amount required to meet the cost of printing of 
the report and evidence of the Royal Commission ap- 
pointed to inquire into the nature and cause of indus- 
trial disputes m the Province of British Columbia 1 . 


7,052 .37 
.J 10,CtX) 00 

‘ 140.000 00 


2,000 00 

8,000 00 

1,000 00 


116 68 
19,(H)0 00 

12,000 00 

2,500 00 


Carried forward. 


339,000 00 


,399,619 a‘> 
10.177.718 46 


26 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1903-Jf 


2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1903 - 4 — Continued. 


130 


Service. 


cts. 


Brought forward 

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. 

To provide for engraving, lithographing, printing, &c., to 

bring out maps of work already done 

To pay for metallurgical, petrographical and clerical assist-^ 
ance. (Salaries greater than S400 per annum may be| 
paid from this vote, notwith.standing the Civil Ser\ ice| 

Act) I 

To defray the cost of investigating the cause of the recent] 
catastrophe at Frank, B.C., by two field -geologists. . . 


•ii cfcs. 


cts. 


110,177,718 46 


131 


I INDIANS. 

I 

j Ontario and Quebec. 

I To provide an additional amount for relief and medical 

attendance 

To provide an additional amount for schools 

To provide an additional amount for surveys 

To provide an amount for the repair of roads 

To provide an amount for .squatters’ improvements, Don 

caster Reserve 

To provide an amount for drainage Caughnawaga Reserve 
Contribution on behalf of the Rama Indians towards ex- 
l>ense.s on roads and bridges in the Township of Rama.. 


132- 


133 


134<1 


13 . 5 ^ 


300 00 
3,800 00 
500 00 
2,100 00 

11,325 00 
600 00 

2,000 00 


Nova Scotia. 

To provide an amount for the repair of roads | 250 00 

To provide an amount for the purchase of lands for reserves] 800 00 

Neio Brunswick. | 

To provide an additional amount for salaries | 100 00 

To pay for damages by fire on the Indian Reserve Edmunds- i 

ton 100 00 


Manitoba and North-west Territories. 


To piovide an additional amount for implements 

cattle 

triennial clothing. 


surveys 

schools 

Sioux 

general expenses (from' 
which payments may be made to Dr. C. H. West, not-: 
withstanding anything in the Civil Service Act). . . 

British Co/wmbia. 


To {irovide an additional amount for salaries . . . . 

.1 ,1 M medical attendance and 

medicines 

To provide an additional amount for schools ... 

II M II steam launch, Kwaw- 

kewlth Agency 

To i)rovide an amount to assist tlie hospital at Hazelton . . . 


Carried forward. 


1,500 00 
1,055 00 
1,200 00 
2,000 00 
3,7.36 00 
50 00 


2,200 00 


200 00 

9.000 00 

12,000 00 

2,-500 00 

1.000 00 


10,500 00 


5,300 (X) 
600 00 


16,400 00 


20,625 00 


1,050 00 


2(X) 00 


11,741 00 


24,700 00 


i 58,316 00 
i 10, 252, 434 46 


SXJPPLEMEyTAKY ESTI.UATEE, 1903-4 


27 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1903 - 4 — Continued. 


> 

*0 

Service. 

! 

1 $ cts. 

1 

1 $ cts. 

$ cts. 



i 




1 

i 


10,252,434 46 

i 

i 


RAILWAYS AND CANALS— COLLECTION OF 
REVENUE. 




Railways. 



i 


Intercolonial Ruilimy. 





To i>ay to the widow of the late W. P. Brown, a gratuity 
equal to two months’ salary 


140 00 



Canaus. 

\ 

' 



Farran’s Point. 




137 

To equip with an acetylene gas plant 


4,0.50 00 


Gornicall. 



138 

Comiiensation to Geijrge Heath for clothing destroyed, $15 ; 
medical attendance, $15, and for time lost in connection 
with injuries received in discharge of his duties as lock- 
man from May 25 to July 20, 1903, 50 days at $1.50 — 
$84.... 


114 00 



Carillon and Grenville. 



139 

To pay Henry Tucker services as Commissioner re charges 
against Sui>erintendent Simpson, in February, March 
and April, 1898 


600 00 



Soulanyes. 



140 1 

Repairs 

5,000 00 
15,000 00 



Special re{>airs to stone lining, summit level 

20,0<10 00 



Chamhly. 



141 

Repairs to Bridge 1 and wharf at Chaiiibly Canton 


4,00<1 00 


\ 

Lachine. 



142 

To pay a gratuity equal to two months' .salary to the family 
of the late Mr. Edward Guilbault, paymaster, Quebec 
Canals 


216 66 



Canals, General. 



143 

To provide for an increase of 25 cents per diem to the wages 
of lockmasters, lockmen, bridge men and ferry men of 
the various canals 


37,000 00 





66,120 66 






PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO COLLEC- 
TION OF REVENUE. 





Repairs and worhing expenses, docks and slides. 


1 


144 

River Trent and Newcastle District— Slides and booms— 
Additional amount for repwirs and supplies 


2,600 OO 

i 

- 


Telegraph lines British Columbia. 



145 

Working expenses — Additional amount required 


2,500 00 







Carried forwairl 


5,100 00 

10,318,.555 12 


28 


SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 19034 


2-3 EDWARD VII., A. 1903 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1903 - 4 — Continued. 


Service. 


•‘S cts. 


Brought forward . 


PUBLIC WORKS--COLLECTIOX OF REVENUE 
— Concluded. 

Telegraph lines, Yukon system, comprising the Ashcrofi- 
Lawson main line and branches. 

146 Working expenses 


147 -! 


148- 


CUSTOMS. 

Salaries and contingent exj^enses of the several jiorts in 
Canada — Additional amount required for salaries (in-! 
eluding pay for overtime of officers, notwithstanding 

anything in the Civil Service Act) 

Miscellaneous— Amount required to pay for services of 
Thomas Kilroy, Acting Customs Officer at Windsor, 
Ont., 360 days ending March 2ft, 1894, at $1.50 per day. 


149 ^ 


EXCISE. 

Salaries of Officers and Inspectors of Excise, &c. — Further 
amount required to provide increases in. accordance with 
proposed amended Schedule B, Inlaml Revenue, Civil 

Service Act 

To increase the salaries of the Insiiector of Distilleries, 
Inspector of Bonded Factories. Inspector of Tobacco 
Factories, and Inspector of Malt Houses and Breweries, 
not exceeding $300 in any one case 


POST OFFICE. 

To provide for the appointment of an Assistant Post Office 
Inspector in the Vancouver Division . ... 

To provide for an additional senior 2nd Class Clerkship 
in the office of the Post Office Inspector at Winniiieg. . 

To provide for the appointment of the undei’mentioned tem- 
jiorary employees in city post offices as 4th Class Clerks, 
from 1st July, 1903, at their present salaries, notwith- 
standing anything in the Civil Service Act to the 
contrary : 

Montreal Post Office 


c. 

Martin . . . . , 

... .$547 

00 

N. 

Nadon 

. . . 547 

00 

P. 

St. .lean 

.547 

00 

J. 

Lyons. 

. . . 547 

00 

C. 

V. M. Murray. 547 

00 

J. 

A. M.ayrand . 

, . . 547 

00 

-E. 

C. Hiscoek . , 

, . 456 

00 

-N. 

G .iuin . . . . . 

, . .580 

00 


Increases of salary for Post Office Inspectors, Asst. Post 
Office Inspectors and Sui>erintendents of the Railway 
Mail Service 


To increase the salary of J. A. Madore, Asst. Post Office; 
Inspector at Montreal to $1,600, and the salary of H. 
Merrick, Post Office Inspector at Kingston to $2,400, ' 
from 1st July, 1903, notwithstanding anything in thej 
Civil Service Act to the contrarv 


$ cts. 


5,100 00 


() 2,000 00 


100,000 00 

540 00 


$ Ct.s. 


10,318,5.55 12 


67,l<Mt 00 


100,540 00 


12,000 00 


1,200 00 


1,.500 00 
900 00 


13,200 00 


Carried forward. 


4,318 00 
2,950 00 

450 (M) 
10,118 00 


10,499,395 12 


No. of Vote. 


^IFP LEM ENT ARY ESTIMATES, 1903-4 


29 


SESSIONAL PAPER No. 5a 

Supplementary Estimates for the Year 1903-4 — Concluded. 


.Service. 


Brought forward. 


150- 


POST OFFlCE-6W/iided. 

To provide for increases of SoO each to 4th Class Clerks 
recently promoted fnnn the class of stampers and sorters, 
such increases to date from the times when they would 
respectively have become entitled to increases if they 
had remained in their former class, notwithstanding 
anything in the Civil Service Act to the contrary. . . . 

To provide for promotions in City Post Offices —7 1st Class 
Clerkships, 5 .Senior 2nd Class Clerkships, 22.Tunior 2nd 
CIa.S8 Clerkship®, and ,30 Senior 3rd Class Clerkships. . . 

Additional amount required for salaries and allowances in 
outside service 

To provide for the appointment of seven additional Railway 
Mail Clerks 


8 cts. i 


•S cts. 


INSPFX’TION OF STAPLES. 

Additional for salaries of Inspiectors, Deputy Inspiectors and 
other employees under the General Inspjection and 

Manitoba Grain Acts . 

Additional for rents, day wages and other contingencies i 


10,118 00 110,499,305 12 


3,950 00 

3,900 00 
50,000 00 
3,500 00 


71,468 00 


12,000 00 
8,000 00 


j 20,000 00 

|l0,.590,863 12 


SUMMARY. 


Cai^eable to Consolidated Fund S 5,861,884 86 

- Capital 4,728,978 26 


'I’otal. 


. .$10,590,863 12 


I