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6 GEORGE V 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 



A. 1916 



8rpiM.i:.Mr:NTAin' kstlm atks 

FOR TKK FISCAL VKAl! KNDFI) MAltUH .Jl, IDIC.. 




CIVIL GoVKKNMKNT. 



370 ; 



371 i 



lirpiirttniiil ofJiitHie 
( 'ontingencies — 

Clerical a&sistancH Kurllit-r amount rfquirni . .. 1,000 IK) 

Printing and statidntry Further ani'iiint n ciuired 5,000 00 

Sundries — Further ajnount re(|uire<l 2,00(i 00 

IJrpar'iii'nt oj Militia <inf} hefeivp — 
i Contingencies - 

, Printing and stationery — Further amount n quin d. 7,50" 00 

Sundries— Further amount requinKl 1,500 00 



«,0U0 00 



0,1)00 00 



372 



373 



374 



375 ; 



Department of fublic l^rinliny and Stationery- 

To .ippoint FredtTick C(K)k Assistant King s Printer 
and Controller of Stationery, at 94,000 per annum 
from .Iidy 1. 1015 



37H 



377 



Office of the Auditor General — 

To provide for the aiipointnient of two clerks in Second 
Division, Subdivision B. from July 1, l!)l"i 

iDepartment of Finance and Treasury Board 

Contingencies— Clerical and other aHsistanoe — Further 
I amount required 



' Deparltiicnt o} Intaiid Hd-cnut — 

To provide for the promotion from Second Division, 
Subdivision B, to Second Division, Subdivision A, 

of five analysts from April 1, 1915 1,500 00 

Contingencies- -Clerical assistance and tiuvelling ex- 

[ penses — Further amount required '2,000 00 



■Hvth Owjl7rt(.".>lo/Rr'.s tiffic, I^Httiuii. 

To provide for the transfer of Edwin McLeod, Immi- 
^tion Agent, Carlisle, Eng., to the Second Div- 
ision, Subdivision A, in the High ComuuBsioner's 
Office, London, from the Sept 

I ^1,800 i«er annum 

iHpartmentt tteneraUy. — 

Contingencies — Care and cleaning o 
Buildings — Further amount refpiired. 



4 — 1 



Carried forward. 



3,000 00 



1,200 00 



."),00() 00 



3,500 OO 



17, L')1.5. at 






070 on 


Dei>artmi'ntal 




10,000 00 







4o,(i7u O"! 
40,670 00 



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fiUPPLKMKNTAKY KSTIMATE^i, IHir, IC, 



6 GEORGE V, A. 1916 

Supplementary Estimates for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 191C. 



.Service. 



Brought forward. . . 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 

SuPHEMK Court of Canada. 

:',','!' j Contingencies and disbursements, salaries of oHicers, etc. - 
Further ainonnt required ... • 

LKCISLATION. 

Hot.SE OK COMMON.S. 

I ITo transfer B. W. Sherwood to the Seconjl Division, Sub- 
1 divisii^n A, as Assi.stant Accountant" of the House of 
I I , Conimon.'i, fronn .laniiary 1, Ifllfl, at the Kite of -$l,ToO 

i ])er annum 

■S79 ' Sergeant-at- Anns- 

I To jirovide for payment of allowance to L. C. Panet. 

I' as Deputy ."^ergeant-at-AiTOs 

I jContingencies- 



I j Stationery — Further amount required. 

Gkxkkai.. 



437 50 

•J50 (Ml 
i,0o(l (10 



3fO I 



381 

:«2 

3.S3 

•m 



Contingent expenses in connection with the voters' lists- 
Further amount required 25, 

Provincial voters' lists — Further amount rerjuired 3, 

IMMIGRATION. 

Relief cither than seed grain to settlers on patented and un- 
patented lands in the provinces of Saskatchewan and 
Alberta — Further amount required - Governor General's 
warrants 

Relief other than .seed grain to settlers on (latented and un- 
patented lands in the pi*ovincesof Manitoba and British 
Columbia 

Amount required for seed grain to settlers on patented and 
unpatented lands in the provinces of >ianito\i,T aiid 
British Columbia 

PENSIONS. 

Pensipns on account of the Fenian Raids, liS6K-l.S70 — Fur- 
ther amount required 



000 00 
500 00 



— 28,500 00 



MILITIA AND DEFENCE. 



.385 [Clothing 

38fi Engineer services and works — Further amount required. . . . 

387 , 1 Gratuity to Ronald Morrison . 

388 jSchooIs of Instruction — Further amount requireii 

389 iTraining areas and lands for military purposes — Further 

, amount required - ' . 



40,ti7'i '»< 



lo.iw no 



39,187 -"lO 



ij.TO,OtNj 00 
W.OOO (X> 
48,000 I IO 



■jl,688,n00 00 



33,200 00 
2. Of HI 0(1 
5(Xt 00 
75,1100 00 

135,000 00 



RAILWAYS AND CANALS CHARGEABLE TO 
INCOME. 

Miscellaneous. 

390 (iovernor (ieneral's cars— Attendance, repairs and ,\ltera- 
tions to — Further amount required | 



245.7(10 OO 



Carried forward. 



6,500 (jO 
'2,021.007 50 



SUPPLEMEyTART ESTIMATES, 1915-16 3 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 

Supplementary Estimates for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1916. 



o 
2; 



Service. 



S92 



Brought forward 

PUBLIC WORKS-CHARGEABLK TO INCOME 
Public Buildings. 
Ifoia Srotta. 
[Halifax CH.>toms house -Improvements .. 

.Veic Brunnmek. 

jSt. .John New |x)st office 

QueUr. 

Litcliiiie |xjst otiict,- Addition and improvements To pay 
balance due contractor 

Montreal postal station "C" To provide for full and final 
settlement of claim of Seguin and Guindon, in connec- 
tion with their contract 



Ontario. 



;ftl4 



Keiiiptville public buildings — Further amount required.. . . 

AVaterluo public buildinp--T(» pay Charles Moogk for ser- 
vices as clerk of works from November, ll'll. to com- 
pletion of building in 1914 



Alberta. 



39V 



»98 



Calgary Custom- I'xaiiiinin^; 
required. . . . 



Fui"rhpr jtiiiiMiiit 



2,445 00 
•2,404 50 

700 00 
1,915 50 



S cts. 



fiirii'ti'tx, hi'thu;/. t!' 



Dominion Public Buildings : 
j Heating Further amount recjuirec^. 
Rents Further amount required . . 

HAHBOOhS ANIl RiVKBS. 

New Brunswick. 

IBathiirst Harbour improvements —Further amount 
I quired 

i 

Batiscan — Wharf Further amount required 

Gap de la Maileleipe — Enlargement of wharf — Further 
amount required 



ai.OOO 00 
100,000 00 



Ofit'irw. 

Hcmey HarlHjur — In full and final settlei(ient of \Vm 
McClinchey's claim in cmnection with his contract for 

, di edging 

Providence Bay -In full and iinal settlement of Chas. H. 
I Sherwood's claim in connection with wharf extension.. 
Wellington— Wharf and harbour improvement*— Further 
amount required 



3,700 00 
7,448 51 



Carried forward . 



.SD4 44 
10,072 50 
8,440 00 



2.470 00 



0,000 on 



4,849 50 



2,015 :jO 



22,700 00 



130,0110 00 



42,760 00 



11,14S .jI 



19,3H(i 94 



211,910 -l.-j 



2,021,007 50 



2,021.007 00 



4 SVPPLKUmrAKY ESriMATJ^S. 1915-1(5 

6 GEORGE V, A. 1916 

SUPPI.EM'ENTARY ESTIMATES FOK THE FiSCAL YKAU EnDED MaHCH 31, ](M(). 



Servicu. 



Broiij?lit forward. 



PUBLIC WORKS-CHARGE A BI.K TO IXCOME- 

I'onvhidcO. 

JIakholus anm) Rivbhs ('onviudnl. 
Alberta. 

AtluibiisUa River iiiiprovouipnts — In full and final settle- 
ment of claim nf John T.ncy for injuries -.nstained by 
him while un duty . . 



DETAKTMKNT OK TllK NAVAL SKKVICK. 

Patrol of the northern waters of Canada —Kurt her amount 
re(|uired 



OCEAN AND KIVEK SEKVlCi.. 

Maintenanee and repairs to Dominion steamers and ice 
breakers — Amount required to pay .T. W. Speers, of 
Sault Ste. Marie 75% of a claim of .^100 .04 against E 
Argue, former steward of the C.(i .S. " Lanjbton ". . . . 



I'UBLIC WORKS-CHARGEABLE TO CAPITAL. 

Makixk Depaht.mkxt. 

Ship Channel -River St. li.awi-ence — Amount required for 
the conqjletiun of specially de.signed steamer to be used 
exclusively for testing and sweeping the River St. Law 
rence Ship Channel ... 

LIGHTHOUSE AND COAST SERV ICE. 

Vniount retinired to pay at the i-ate of .'?300 per annum 
pensions from the date of their retirement, to the follow 
ing pilots, El/.ear Gt)dbout, Theophile Corriveaii, .\1 
phonse I'ouliot, Emilio Couillard. Treffle Oelisle and 
Pierre Pepin 



FISHERIES. 

'ri> ])ruvide for the e.tpenses of investigating claims for com 
pensatiou under the Pelagic Sealing 'I'reaty. Eurthei 
amount rerptired 



JUNKS AND (iKOLOGlCAL srUVKY. 

.Mixes Braxch. 

PuVilicatinn of rc|iorts. translation of reports into Erench, 
|»urchase of books, stationery, chemical IalM)ratorie> 
sujiplies, apparatus, itistrumeuts, office contingencies, 
additional assistance— Eurther amount requircii 

Carried forward 



CtS. ••* CU. , •« CIS 



241,910 45 2,02L0O? ."iO 



400 00 



SUPPLEMESTARY ESTIMATES, 1915-16 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 4 
SrPPLKMENT.\RY ESTIMATES FOR TIIK FiSCAL YkaK EnDED ^IaRCH 



31. 



5 

1916. 



Service. 



S cts s cte. § ct-s. 



Brought forward 

INDIANS. 
Xora Scotia. 

407 iMi.xcellaneuugand uiifore.s<?en — Furthc^r aiunuiit required. 



. . '2,;»4,075 98 



1,000 00 



Briti^ Columbia. 

I To i-iicourage Indians in farming and fruitcnllure— Kurthei 

j I amount r«jiiir«'d ■ 4,000 00 

408 ; .Relief to de.otitute Indians— Further'amoimt required j 8,000 00 

'Office, miscellaneun* and unfttreseen— Further amount re-' 

((uiri d. . 6,iX)0 00 



DOMINION LANDS AND PARKS. 

409 Tc provide for the re-purcha-^e of the proi»erty contiguous U) 
Silver Falls on the \Vinnii)eg River, Manitoba, which 
dominated a [xiwer site of HO.UOl) li. p. capacity, including 
I Jovenior fiener-al's Warrant for Sl'«i,lSo .">! 



18,01)0 00 



1!),000 (■■() 



102,824 :A 



I1U 



411 



m 



MISCELLANEOUS 

To provide for the e.\i)en»es of Commission t'l preitarf pious 
relating u> the cities of Ottawa and Hull— Further 
amojnt required 

Ex|ienst-s under the Canada Temperance Act— Further 
an oiuit ie<|uired 

Kfiyal Mint — Further amount re^juired 

To reojup Vote " Unforeseen E.\pen8e3," foradvances mad<- 
to defray the expensefl of the I^Icunomic and Develop- 
ment Commission 



."..(K* 1)1) 

i:i.000 00 



,900 00 



2!>,3'K) 00 



414 



EXCISE. 

I'revcnli 1 . 1' • Further amount r.-tiuii.-i i 

Provisional allowance i<f not more tlian .'*l:Vi each to I'tticers 
in Manito1)a and provinces west thenx>f, who.-H.* salaries 
from any <rOvemment service do not exceed ^ZJyifO per 
I annimi —Further amo\int retjuired 



1,IK)0 0<t 



7,000 liO 



W KU;HTS AND .MEASI RE.S, HAS AND 
ELECTRIC LKiHT INSPECTION 

I'l iv Clonal allowance of not more than $IiiO each t" ..ilii . r- 
in Manitiiha and provinces west thert.-i>f. wh<»s<- salaries, 
do not exce«<l S2,500 |)er annum Further amount 

41.5 ropiired 1. 000 00 

Kent, fuel, travelling e\]<ea»e^ stationery, etc., for g^s and ' 
I electricity insiiection and the purchase and repair of 

instruments Farther amount ri'quired 20,000 00 21,0<J0 00 



-I- 



< "arriefl forward . . ... 2,573,200 44 



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SVI'I'LKMKNTA IIV ESTIMA I KS. i:iir,-ir, 



6 GEORGE V, A. 1916 



SniM'LE.MENTAllY EsTlMATKS KOH IIIK FiSCAL VeAR EnDED MaRCH 31, 1910. 



Servicf. 



S cti. 



lirouglit forwHrd . 



RAILWAYS AND CANALS CHAliUKABLE JO 
COLLECTION OF REVENUE. 

Railw.ws. 

Tiiteicoloiiial Kailw ay -Working expenses— Further amount 
required ... 

Liternational Railway — Working expenses — Further 
amount required 

New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island Railway- 
Working expense.s — Further amount required <. 

St. .John and Quebec Railway — Working exijenses — Further 
amount required 



417 { 



fis ! 



PUBLIC WORKS CHAK';EABLE tocollec 
TION OF REVENUE. 

Tej.egbai'M .xNii Telephone Li.nk.-^. 

Saskatchewan and AUierta Further amount required. . 
British CoUimbia Further .amount required 



POST OFFICE DEPART.MKNT. 

MlS(KI.I,.\NEOlS. ^ 

To pay railway mail clerks for extra services at the Ports of 
Quebec and Halifax in checking incoming British mail.s, 
notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the Civil, 

Service .\ct I 

To provide for the payment of one year's salary to the 
widow of .[ohn Linahen, railway mail clerk, Montreal 
District, who died on tlie 22nd M.arch. 1!I14, from 
pneumonia w hich he contracted while on dutv 



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TRADE AX1> CO.M.MERCE. 

Ill) jSalaries, rent, waj,'es and contingencies under the Can:ida 
Grain Act — F m-ther amount required 



UNPROVIDED ITEMS lilU-lo. 

420 [To cover imi>rovided items 1914-15, as per .Auditor Gent lal > 
RefKirt, Part b, page 3, 1914-15 



|2,573,200 44 



l.oOO.tWtl 00 
50,000 00 
25,000 00 
35,000 00 



■ l,tilll,IHKI IKI 



17,5011 00 
20,000 CKI 



372 04 



800 00 



:(7,500 Oo 



1,17-' M 



22X.H(i4 1*- 
!4.485,.'i37 26 



SUMMARY. 

Chargeable to Consolidated Fund •?4, 216,873 08 

,. Capital 40,000 00 

I'nprovided Items 1914-15 228,664 18 



Total, 



§4.485,537 2fi