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PUBLIC DEBT— Continued. 



1888-89. 



J — PBBMirH DiscorxT and Exchange 

3 — Sinking Fund. 

Intercolonial Railway Loan. 

\ per cent, on $14,600,000 $146,000 00 

Investment of dividends 176,381 83 

Rupert's Land Loan. 

1 per cent, on $1,460, 000_ $ 14,600 00 

Tavestmentof dividends 17,837 50 

British Columbia Loan. 
Investment of dividends 

Dominion 4 per cent. Loan o/1874. 

i percent, on $19,466,666.66 $ 97,333 33 

Ittvestment of dividends 78,962 77 

Dominion A per cent. L^an q/'1876. 

i per cent, on $12,166,666.66 $ 60,833 33 

Investment of dividends 38,101 82 

Dominion A per cent. Loans q/" 1875-78-79. 

1 per cent, on $15, 573, .333. 33 $155,733 33 

^ do 26,766,666.67 133,833 33 

InTeBtment of dividends 162,301 53 

Dominion 3 J per cent. Loan r/1884. 

I per cent, on $24,.3.33,333 .33 $121,666 67 

Investment of dividends 21,635 53 

Canada Reduced 4 per cent. Loan. 

1 per cent, on $31,. 356, 595. 88 $156,782 98 

Investment of dividends 395,000 13 



$ cts 
80.000 00 



307,296 49 



31.464 93 



16,580 40 



170,495 02 



95,716 41 



439,559 14 



139,026 90 



529,352 17 



18S»-»0, 



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Estimates of 1888-89. 



$ cts. 
30,000 00 



316,381 83 



32,437 50 



17,058 71 



176,296 10 



98,935 15 



451,868 19 



143,302 20 



552,749 11 



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1,729,491 46 1,789,028 79 



$ cts 



9,085 34 



972 57 



478 31 



5,801 08 



3,218 74 



12,309 05 



4,275 30 



23,396 94 



59,537 33 



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50,000 0» 



PUBLIC BKBT— Concluded. 









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1888-89 


18S0-90. 








Increase. 


Decrease. 


4^Redemption of Debt. 


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Payalle in London. 










Ist April, 1890, Province of New BrunsM-ick 
Ist July, 1890 do 




238,466 67 
457,466 66 






1,420,580 00 




724,646 67 


Payable in Cana'a. 










6 per cent. TX Stock 


69,809 94 
1,603,996 18 


73,344 06 
1,647,989 63 


3,534 12 
43,993 45 




4 do Funded Debt 






3,094,386 12 


2,417,267 02 




677,119 10 







SUMMARY. 



1 Interest on Public Debt 

2 Premium, Discount and Exchange 

3 Sinking Funds 

4 Redemption of Debt 



10,065,889 58 

80,000 00 

1,729,491 46 

3,094,386 12 



14,969,767 16 



10,104,413 75 

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1,789,028 79 

2,417,267 02 



14,340,709 56 



38,524 17 



59,537 33 



50,000 00 
677,119 10 



629,057 60 



II.— CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT. 



To be voted $184,283 18. 



1888-89. 



Financial Inspector 

Assistant Financial Inspector 

OfRce of Asst. Receiver General, Toronto. 



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Montreal 

Halifax 

St. John 

Winnipeg 

Victoria 

Chailottetown. 



Country Savings Banks, New Brunswick, 
Nova Scotia. Prince Edward Island and 
British Columbia : — 

Salaries 

Contingencies 

i per cent, commission on $7,258,976.17 for 

payment of Interest on Public Debt 

Brokerage on purchases for Sinking Funds : 

Intercolonial Railway Loan 

Rupert's Land Loan.' 

British Columbia Loan 

Brokerage and commission on purchases for 
Sinking Fund, viz. : — 

Dominion Loans of 1874, 1875, 1876, 1878 

and 1879 

Dominion Loan of 1884 

do Canada Reduced... 

English bill stamps, postage, telegrams, &c. 
Expenses in connection with the issue and 

redemption of Dominion notes 

Printing Dominion notes 

Printing, advertising, inspection, express- 
age, miscellaneous charges, &c., includ- 
ing commutation of stamp duty 



$ cts 

2,600 00 

1,700 00 

7,600 00 

5.600 00 

10,000 00 

8,000 00 
6.600 00 

7.600 00 

4,900 00 



15.000 00 
3,000 00 

33,647 00 

768 24 
78 66 
41 45 



4,870 74 
1,042 70 
3,970 14 
2,000 00 

9.000 00 
40,000 00 



17,000 00 



185,018 93 



1889 90 



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2,600 
1.700 
7,300 
5,600 
9,700 
7,700 
6,600 
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2,500 00 

30,294 88 

TOO 95 
81 09 
42 65 



5,453 24 
1,074 76 
4,145 61 
2,000 00 

5,000 00 
43,000 00 



17,000 00 



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Estimates of 1888-89. 



Increase, i Decrease. 



184,283 18 



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2,647 88 

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2 43 
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582 50 

32 06 

175 47 



3,000 00 



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300 00 



1.500 00 
500 00 



4,000 00 



735 75 






111.- CIVIL GOVERNMENT. 



To be voted per Statement (A) $1,088,650 8Y 



26 



(A) Estimates of Expexditcre fo", which 
Votes of Parliament are required. 

The Governor General's Secretary's Office... 
The Office (jf the (Queen's Privy Oouneil for 

Canada j 

The Department of Justice 



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Secretary of State 

Public Printing and Sta^ 

tionery 

Interior 

iVorth-West Mounted Police 

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The Office of the Auditor General 

The Department of Finance and Treasury 

Poard 

do Inland Revenue 

do Customs 

do Postmaster General 

do Agriculture 

do Marine .' 

do Fisheries 

do Puhlic Works 

do Railways and Canals... 

Estimated expenditure required in connection 
with the High Commissioner's Office : — 

Salaries ...$7,753 37 

ContingencieSjincIuding ta.xes 
and insurance on official re- 
sidence, income taxes, rent, 
fuel, light, stationery, &c... 6,500 00 



Departmental Contingencies 

Amount required to provide for the contin- 
gent expenses of the High Commissioner 
lor Canada in London 

Amount retiuired for Salaries of Board of 
Examinerg and other expenses in connec- 
tion with the Civil Service Act 

Post Office and Finance Departments — Con- 
tinfftucies — Amount required to make pa;/- 
nient to those officers of the Savimjs bank 
Branchy tost Office and Finance Depart- 
ment', erg aged in the balancinij of ar.d 
computi' fj interest on depositors' accounts, 
to 'SQthJuve, 1889 ;— 

Post Office Department $1,850 00 

Finance do 1,250 00 



Stationery Office, for Stationery. 



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33,702 50 

24,320 82 

126,757 50 

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40,897 50 

26,150 00 

53,980 00 

41,375 00 

34,650 00 

185,675 00 

51,220 00 

25,062 50 

15,425 00 

43,510 00 

47,980 00 



1889 SO 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



Increase. Decrease 



$ cts. 

9,950 00 

26.492 50 
20,707 50 
6,200 00 
42,500 00 
34,972 50 

•21,310 00 

128,512 50 

8,869 00 

42,415 00 

25,825 00 

53,597 56 

40,960 00 

3.5,650 00 

184,960 00 

56,270 00 

27,887 50 

16,187 50 

45,190 00 

47,700 00 



1.200 00 14,253 37 

199,650 00 192,250 00 

2,000 00 2,000 00 

6.000 00 4,000 00 



3,100 00 
10,000 00 



1,086.543 32 



1,088,650 87 



$ cts. 
200 00 



652 .50 
50 00 



1,210 00 



1.755 00 

180 00 

1,517 50 



1,000 00 

' 5,050 00 

2,825 00 

762 50 

1,680 00 



'13,053 37 



2,107 55 



$ cts. 

100 00 

100 00 

3,010 82 

325 00 

382 50 
415 00 

715 00 
280 00 



7,400 00 



2,000 00 



3,100 00 
10,000 00 



$13,053.37 transferred from Immigration. 



10 



Iir-CIVrL aOVERNMENT^Co«/r»7/p^. 



(B) EXPESDITCUE ACTHORIZED liV STATUTE. 

The Salary of the Governor General 

do High Commissioner for Canada in England 

do Lieut. -Governor of the Province of Ontario 

do do Quebec 

do do Nova Scotia 

do do New Brunswick 

do do Manitoba and Keewatin.... 

do do North- West Territories .... 

do do British Columbia 

do do Prince Edward Island 

do Thirteen Ministers, 1 at S8,000, 12 at $7,000 

do Governor-General'g {Secretary 

do Auditor-General 



SUMMARY. 



To be voted 

Authorized bv Statute. 



1888-89. 



1889-90. 



cts. 



48,666 66 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 

9,000 00 

9,000 00 

10,000 00 

4,000 00 

9,000 00 

7,000 oa 

92,000 00 
2,400 00 
4,000 00 



225,066 66 



1.086,543 32 
225,066 66 



Total 1,311,609 98 



48,666 66 

10,000 00 

10,600 00 

10,000 00 

9,000 00 

9,000 00 

10,000 00 

7,000 00 

9,000 00 

7,000 00 

92,000 00 

2,400 00 

4,000 00 



228,066 66 



Compared with 
Estimates, 1888-S'O. 



Increase. 



De- 
crease. 



$ CtS.' S cts. 



3,000 00 



3,000 00 



1,088,650 87 ' 2,107 55 
228,066 66 ! 3,000 00 



1,316,717 53 5,107 55 



11 



III.— CIYIL GOYEU'N'SIE'ST -Continued. 



Details compared with 1888-89. 



Number. 



1888-89. 1889-90. 



23 



21 



1 


1 


1 


1 


••••••••.... 


1 


4 


3 


3 


4 


2 


1 


1 


1. 


2 


2 


14 


14 


I 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


4 


4 



Departments. 



(a) Governor Gkneral's Secretaky's Office 

Governor General's Secretary 

Aides-de-Canip 

Chief Clerk 

1st Class Clerk 

3rd do Clerks, 1 at $850, 1 at $700 

Messenger 

Orderly , 



(i) Privy Council 



Beput^ Head, Clerk of the Conncil 

Chief Clerk, Assistant Clerk of the Council 

do Clerk of the Crown in Chancery 

1st Class Clerks, I at $1,800, 1 at $1,550, 1 ai $1,400 

2nd do Clerk, Draughtsmau and Accountant 

2nd do Clerks, 1 at $1,387.50, 2 at $1,350. 1 at $1,250, 

1 at $1,150, 1 at $1,100 

3rd do Clerks, 1 at $800, 1 at $730, G. A. McBride, 1 at 

$650, 1 at $475 

Allowance for Private Secretary 

Doorkeeper and Messenger 

Messengers, 3 at $500 



(c) Department of Justice. 



J)eputy Head 

Chiet Clerk 

do 

1st Class Clerks, 1 at. *1,750, 1 at*l,700, 1 at $1,57.") 

2nd do 1 at $1,400, 1 at $1,275, 1 at 5H, 237.50, 

1 at$l,100 

3rd do 

do du and Accountant 

Allowance for Private Secietary 

Messengers, I at $345, I at $300 



(<f) Pknitk.vtiary Branch. 



Inspector 

Accountant 

3rd Class Clerk. 
Messenger 



Salaries. 



1888-89. 1888-90. 



$ cts. 

600 00 

3,000 00 

2,050 00 
1,6^0 00 

1,450 00 

500 00 

500 00 



9,750 00 



$ cts 

3,200 00 
1,800 00 
2,250 00 
4,700 00 
1,350 00 

6,237 50 

3,425 00 
600 00 
700 00 

2,330 00 



26,592 50 



3,600 00 
2,300 00 



6,500 00 

3,775 00 

i,650 00 

1,000 00 

600 00 

630 00 



20,0J5 00 



3,200 00 

1,650 00 

1,000 00 

300 00 

6,150 00 



$ cts. 

600 90 

3,000 00 
2,100 00 
1,700 00 
1,!>.')0 00 
500 00 
500 00 



9,950 00 



$ Cts. 

3,200 00 
1,800 00 
2, .300 00 
4,7r.O 00 
1,400 00 

7,587 50' 

2,655 00 
600 00 
700 00 

1,500 00 



26,492 50 



3,600 OO 
2,3?^0 00 
1,800 00 
5,025 00 

5,012 50 
676 00 

1,000 00 
600 00 
645 00 



20,707 50 



3,200 00 

1,700 00 

1,000 00 

300 00 

6,200 00 



12 



III.—CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Cow/m«erf. 



Details compared with 1888-89 — Continued. 



Number. 



1888-89.1889-90 



Departments. 



(e) Department of Militia and Defence. 

Deputy Head 

Chief Clerk 

1st Class Clerk 

2nd do 2 at $1,400, 1 at §1,100 

3rd do 

Chief Clerk, Accountant 

1st. Class Clerks, 1 at Sl,T50, 1 at $l,-400 

2nd do 1 at SI, 400, 1 at SI, 100 

3rd do 1 at $650, 1 at $450 

Chief Cierk, Director of ti tores 

1st Class Clerk 

2nd do 1 at $1,350, 1 at $1,100 

3rd do 2 at $1,000 

Chief Clerk, Military Branch 

1st Class Clerk 

2nd do 1 at $1,400, 1 at 81,300, 1 at $1,100.. 

3rd do 1 at $l,nno, 1 at §900 

Architect, Engineer's Branch 

2nd Class Clerk 

Allowance for Private Secretary 

Messengers, 4 at $500 



(/) Department of the Secretary of State. 




Deputv Head % 

3rd Class Clerk .....T. 

Allowance for Private Secretary. 



Correfpondence Branch. 

Chief Clerk 

1st Class Clerks, 1 at ?1,R00, 1 at 1..'00 

2nd do 1 at Sl.27?i. 2 at S' .2.50. 1 at SI. 150 

3rd do 1 at St>12.50, 1 at S90U, 1 at $525... 



Registry Branch. 



Chief Clerk, Dopnty Rerristrar 

do Keeper of Jlecords... 

1st Class Clerk 

2nd do 1 at $1,300, 1 at SI. 200, 1 at $1,100 

3rd do 4 at S^O^^O, 1 at $975, 1 atS562.50, 1 at $600 
Messengers, 1 at $457.60, 1 afS450, 1 at §390 



Salaries. 



1888-89. 18S»i90. 



3,200 00 

1,800 00 
4,200 00 

750 00 
2.400 00 
3.500 00 
2.700 00 
1.600 i.O 
3.000 00 
1,650 00 
2,400 00 
2.600 00 
2.400 00 
1,400 00 
2^650 00 

850 00 
1.750 00 
1.150 00 

600 00 
2.000 00 



42,600 00 



?,200 00 
862 50 
600 00 



1,812 50 

3,'iOO 00 

4,72.') 00 

2,lb'7 60 



2,800 no 

2.250 00 

1,800 0<> 

2.400 00 

6.837 50 

1,087 .'>0 

33.702 50 



$ cts. 



3.200 00 
1,800 00 
1,400 00 
3.900 00 
800 00 
2,400 00 
3.150 00 
2.500 GO 
1,100 GO 
3,000 00 
1,800 00 
2.450 ' 
2,000 00 

1,700 00 
3,800 00 
1,900 00 
1,800 00 
1,200 00 
600 00 
2,000 00 



42,500 00 



3.200 00 
912 50 

600 00 



1.862 50 
3,300 00 
4.925 00 
2,337 50 



2.800 00 
2,300 00 
1,800 00 
3,600 00 
6.037 50 
1,297 50 

34,972 50 



13 



m.—ClYlLGOYEUmiE'l^T—Cordinued. 



Details compared with 1888-89 — Continued. 



Number. 



1888-89. I 1889-90. 



Departments. 



1 


1 


1 




1 


2 1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


3 


3 


1 


1 


2 


2 


3 


2 


3 


1 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 




1 


1 


2 


1 


25 


19 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 




1 

1 

10 




10 


15 


IG 


37 


34 


•J 


4 


70 


71 







(ff) Departmknt of Public Printing and Stationery. 

Deputy Head, Queen's Printer and Controller of Stationery 

Second Class Clerk .". 

i^ird Class Clerks, 2 at $1,000 

Messenger 



Accountant's Branch. 



Chief Clerk. Accountant 

2nd Class Clerk 

3rd do 1 at $850, 1 at §662 50, 1 at $500 



Stationery Branch. 

Chief Clerk. Superintendent of Stationery. 
2nd Class Clerks. 1 at $1,150. 1 at $1,100... 

3rd do 1 at $1,000, 1 at 900 

Messenger 

Packer , 



Printing Branch. 

Chief Clerk, Superintendent of Printing 

1st Class Clerk a' $l,400/or 8 mon hs 

2nd do 

3rd do 



(A) Department of the Interior. 



Deputy Head 

Chief Clerk, Secretary 

Chief Clerk, Surveyor General 

Chief Clerk of Patents 

do Accountant 

Chief Clerk, Special Technical Officer (Schedule A, Civil 
Service Act), Geographer of the Department of the 
Interior 

Chief Clerk, Special Technical Officer (Schedule A, Civil 
Service Act), Chief Astronomer of the Department of 
the Interior 

1st Class Clerks : 4 at $1,800, 1 at $1,700, 1 at $1,625, 1 at 
$1,600. 3 at $1,400 , 

2nd Class Clerks : 7 at $1,400, 1 at $1,350, 1 at $1,275, 
at $1,200, 5 at $1,100 

3rd Class Clerks: 12 at $1,000, 1 at $975, 2 at $900 
1 at $812..50, 4 at $800, 2 at $750, 1 at $712.50, 
1 at $700, 1 at $675, 1 at $625, 1 at $612.50, 1 at $550, 
4 at $525 ; 1 at $550 ; 1 at $500 

Allowance for Private Secretary 

Messengers, 3 at $500, 1 at $475 „ 



Salaries. 



1888-89. 1889-90 . 



$ cts. 

3,200 00 

1,100 0(1 

1,000 00 

500 00 



1,800 GO 
1,150 CO 
1,962 50 



1,800 00 

933 32 

1,150 00 

1,.%0 .00 



24,320 82 



3,200 00 

2,400 0(t 

2,375 01) 

1,975 (ID 

1,950 00 



17,125 00 
19,712 50 



30,075 00 

GOO 00 

1,445 00 

80,857 50 



$ Cts. 

3,200 00 

2,000 00 
500 00 



1,862 50 
1,200 00 
2,012 50 



2,100 00 


1,850 00 


2,200 00 


2.250 00 


2,350 00 


1,900 00 


1,050 00 


480 00 


675 00 


405 00 



1,850 00 

i',20o"6o* 

GOO 00 



21.310 00 



3,200 00 
2,800 00 
2,600 00 
2,025 00 
2,000 00 



1,800 00 

1,800 00 
16,325 00 
20,325 00 



27,312 50 

600 00 

1.975 00 

82.762 50 



14 



III.-CIYIL GOVERNMENT— Con^mi/crf. 



Details compared with 1388-89 — Continued. 



Number 



1888.89. 1889-f*0 



Departments. 



1 


1 


5 


6 


5 


5 


■ 13 


11 


6 


6 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


33 


32 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


3 


3 


1 


1 



1 
1 
1 


1 
1 


4 


6 


12 


10 


15 


18 


1 ' 




1 
2 







39 



1 


1 


4 


4 


5 


^ 


11 


12 


2 


2 


23 


24 



(A) Dtl'.MaJIE.NT OK THE I.NTEBIOR — Concluhd. 

Geological Survey Branch. 

Director 

Technical Officers, 3 at S2,150, 1 at $2,100, 1 at Sl,900, 1 at 

SljS.-iO 

1st Class Clerks,^4 at Si, TOO, 1 at Si, 400 

2nd Class Clerks, 3 at Sl,400, 2 at Si, 300, 2 at SI, 250, 1 at 

81,150, 3 at SI, 200 

3rd Class Clerks, 3 at $1,000, 1 at $950, 1 at $850, 1 at $800 

Librarian 

Caretaker 

Messenger 

(0 Office of the Comptrollek North-West 
MoDXTED Police. 

Comptroller 

Lst Class Clerk 

2nd do 

3rd do 2 at : SOU, 1 at $500 

Messenger 

ij) Departmicnt of Indian Affairs. 

Deputy Minister 

Chief Clerk 

Solicitor 

lst Class Clerks, 1 at .§1.800, 1 at .rl, 737.50, I at $1,600, 1 
at $1,587.50, 2 at $1,400 

2nd do 4 at $1,400, 1 at $1,350, 1 at. $1,300, 1 at 
$1,2.M), 2 at $1,200, 1 at $1,150 

3rd do 2 at $1,000, 3 at $000, 1 at $962.50, 1 at 
SSOO, 1 at $775. 1 at $702.50, 1 at$750, 
1 at .$612.50, I at $56J.50, I at $500, 
1 at$)50, 4 at .$100 

Housekeeper 

Messengers, 1 at $465, 1 at $300 

Allowance for Private Secretary 

(^■) The Office of the Auditor General. 

Assistant Auditor 

1st Class Clerks, I at $1,800, I at $1,700, 2 at $1, 600 

2iid do 1 at M, 400, 2 at $1, -'00, 2 at $1,100 

3rd do 5 al $1,000, 1 ai$725, I at $700, 2 ttl$675, 

1 at $000, 1 at $."<00, 1 at $450 

Messengers 



Salaries. 



1888-89. 1880-»O. 



$ Ct3. 



4,000 


00 


4.000 00 


10,200 


00 


12,300 00 


8,400 


00 


8,200 00 


16,0.50 


00 


14.050 00 


5,4.50 00 


5,600 00 


600 00 


oOO 00 


700 


00 


700 00 


oi.iO 


00 


300 00 


45,900 


00 


45,750 00 


3,200 00 


3,200 00 


1,800 


00 


1,800 00 


1,400 


00 


1,400 00 


1,950 


00 


2.100 00 


330 


00 


360 00 


8,080 


00 


8,860 00 


3,200 


00 


3.200 00 


2,350 


00 


2,400 00 


400 


00 




6,575 


00 


9,525 00 


15,425 


00 


13.050 00 


11,112 


50 


12,375 00 


500 


00 


.-.00 00 ■ 


735 


00 


705 00 


600 


00 


600 00 


40,897 


50 


42, 4 15 00 


3,000 


00 


2.800 00 


6,500 


no 


6,700 00 


6,;-(50 


00 


6,000 00 


9.300 


00 


9.325 09 


1,000 


00 


1,000 00 


26,150 


00 


25,825 00 



15 



III.— CIVIL GrOYER'NUE^T— Continued. 



Details compared with 1888-89 — Continued. 



Number. 



1888-89. 1889-90. 



Departments. 



Salaries. 



1888-89. 



1889-99. 























5 


5 



17 



11 



17 



10 



4 
41 



3 

28 



IG 



1 
1 

2 

4 

5 

14 



2 
29 



2 
29 



(l) Department OF Finance AKD Treasury Board. 



Deputy Head and Secretary of the Treasury Board 

Chief Clerk, Dominion Book Keeper 

do Accountant of Contingencies 

do Savings Bank 

do Comptroller of Dominion Currencv 

l3t Class Clerks, 1 at $1,625, 1 at $1,612.50, l" at $1,575, 

2 at$l,550 

2ud Class Clerks, 9 at $1,400, 1 at $1,387.50, 1 at $1,325, 1 
at $1,312.50, 1 at $1,275, 2 at $1,250, 1 at $1,200, 1 at 

«1 125 

3rd Class cierks, 2 at $1,000, 1 at $950, 1 at $800, 1 at 

$750, 1 at $725, 2 at $687.50, 2 at $500 

Allowance for Private Secretary 

Messengers, 3 at $500, 1 at $360 



(?«) Inland Revenue Depart.ment. 



Commissioner 

Asst. Commissioner and Inspector of Tobacco Factories... 

Chief Clerk, Chief Accountant 

Chief Clerk, Secretarv 

1st Class Clerks. 2 at "fl,800, 1 at $I,700, 1 at $1,650, 1 at 

$1,500. 2 at $1,450 

2nd Class Clerks, 4 at $1,400, 4 at $1,350, 1 at $1,300, 1 at 

$1,200, 1 at $1,150 

3rd Class Clerks, 2 at $1 000, 1 at $600 

Allowance for Private Secretary 

Messengers, 1 at $500, 1 at $450, 1 at$3ft 



(/i) Customs Department. 



Commissioner 

Assistant Commissioner 

Chief Clerks at $2, 150 

1st Class Clerks at $1,400 

2nd do 2 at gl, 400, 1 dt $1,350, 2 at $1,100 

3rd do 2 at $1,000, 4 at $950, 2 at $900, 1 

$850, 1 at $800, 2 at $700, 1 at $650, 1 at $500..' 

Allowance for Private Secretary ;' 

Messengers at $500 



at 



(o) Post Office Department. 



Deputy Head 

Financial Comptroller 

Chief Clerk, Secretary 

do Assistant Secntary. 



$ cts. 



4,200 00 
1,900 00 
1,900 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 

7,662 50 



22,837 50 

8,250 00 

600 00 

1,830 00 



53,980 00 



3,200 00 

2,500 00 

2,375 00 

2,200 00 

12,650 00 

13,150 00 

3,450 00 

GOO 00 

1,250 00 



41,375 00 



3,200 00 
2.800 00 
4^200 00 



9,700 00 

13,150 00 

600 00 

1,000 00 



34,650 00 



3,200 00 
3,200 00 
2,800 00 
2,400 00 



$ cts. 



4,200 00 
1,950 00 
1,950 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 

7,912 50 



22,725 00 

7,600 00 

600 00 

1,860 00 



53,597 50 



3,200 00 

2,800 00 

2,400 00 

2,050 00 

11,350 00 

14,650 CO 

2,600 00 

600 00 

1,310 00 



40,960 00 



3,200 00 

2,800 00 

4,300 00 

5,600 00 

6,350 00 

11,800 00 

600 00 

1,000 00 



35,650 00 



3,200 00 
3,200 00 
2,400 00 



.Carried forward. 



11,600 00 



8,800 00 



16 



III.— CIVIL aOVERNMENT— Cow^mwerf. 



Details compared with 1888-89 — Continved. 



Number. 



1888-89. 1889-90. 



38 
121 



6 

24 



207 



1 
3 
2 • 



18 



1 

37 
116 



6 

22 



199 



Departments. 



.Brought forward 



Salaries. 



1888-89. 18SU-90. 



(o) Post Office Depart&tekt — Concluded. 

ChieJ Clerk, Cashier, frm \st July to ZOth Sept., at $2,400 

per i/ear 

do Accountant 

do Superintendent Money Order Branch 

do do Savings Bank Branch 

do do Printing and Supply Branch.. 

1st Class Clerks, 4 at SI, 800. 1 at Si, 750, 2 at S"l,650, 1 at 

Sl,550, 2 atSl,450, 1 atSl,400 

2nd Class Clerks, 15 at SI, 400, 2 at Si, 350, 8 at $1,300, 1 

at S1.290, 4 at Sl,250, 6 at $1,200. 1 at SI, 150 

3rd Class Clerks, 24 at SI, 000, 2 at $950. 3 at $900, 1 at 
S870, 8 at $850, 11 at $800, 9 at $750, 8 at $700, 10 at 
$650, 1 at $620, 19 at $600, 1 at $580, 9 at $550, 5 at 

S500, 1 at $470, 4 at $4.50 

iMessengers, 4 at $500, 2 at $390 

Packers, 12 at $500, 4 at $480, 1 at $450, 2 at $120, 2 at 

$390, 1 at $360 

Allowance for Private Secretary 



ip) Department of Ac;ricdltcre. 



Deputy Head 

Chief Clerk and Secreta|^. 



First Divisi'in. 



Chief Clerk 

2nd do 2 at $1,400, 1 at $1,350, 1 at $1,250 

3rd do 1 at $1,000, 1 at $900, 1 at $500, 1 at $450. 

Allowance for Private Secretary 

Messengers, at $300 each 

Packers, at $450 each 



Second Diviiion. 



Chief Clerk, D. Brymner. 

1st Class Clerk 

2nd do 



Third Divisiin. 



Chief Clerk, J. B. Jackson 

2nd Class Clerk 

3rd do 



20 I , Carried forward. 



* cts. 
11,600 00 



S cts. 
8,800 00 



600 00 




2,400 00 




2,400 00 


2,350 00 


2,400 00 


2,350 00 


2,400 00 


2,100 00 


2,150 OC 



14,900 00 
48,990 00 



86,265 00 
2,720 00 

10,800 00 
600 00 



185.675 00 



18,100 00 
48,740 00 



86,240 00 
2,780 00 

10,350 00 
600 00 



184,960 00 



3,200 00 
2,500 00 



1,975 00 
3,900 00 
1,850 00 
600 00 
900 00 
1,140 00 



1,800 00 
1,400 00 



1,800 00 
1,100 00 



3,200 00 
2,025 00 


5.400 00 

2,850 00 

600 00 

900 00 

900 00 


1,850 00 
1,400 00 


1 1.850 00 



1,100 00 
400 00 



22,165 00 I 22.475 00 



17 



III.— CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Cow^mwe^. 



Details compared with 1888-89. 



Number. 



1888.89. 1889-90 



18 



Kepartment. 



Salaries. 



1888-89. 1SS9-90. 



20 



Brought forward. 



j Dkpartment of Agriculture — Concluded. 

I Census and Statistics. 

1 jChief Clerk and Statistical OflBccr, Goorge Johnson. 

1 
3 



Attache 

2nd Class Clerk .........;.!.;; 

3rd do 1 at $1,000, S. D . Roper, 1 at S800, 1 at $730 

Pate.nts. 

First Division. 



1 
1 

2 

4 


1 

o 

1 

4 


1 


1 
1 
3 


5 




1 


1 


2 


4 




1 
1 
1 
1 
3 


2 
1 

1 


48 


52 


1 
o 


1 
3 
1 
1 
5 


1 

5 


7 


7 


2 


^' 


19 


20 



Deputy Commissioner of Patents 

1st Class Clerks. 1 at $1,800, 1 at $1,450, 1 at $1,400 
2nd do , 

3rd do 1 at S1,000, 3 at 



Second Division. 



1st Class Clerk .• 

2nd do , 

3rd do 1 at S850, 1 at $730. 1 at $450 



Thirl Division. 



1st Class Clerk .' 

2nd do 

3rd do 2 at $730, 1 at $600, 1. at $550 



Fourth Division. 



1st Class Clerk 

2nd do 

3rd do 

Model Repairer , 

Guardians, at $500 each. 



(//) Department of Mauixk. 



$ cts. 
23,16.") 00 



1,800 00 

1,400 00 

1,100 00 

1,800 00 



2,250 00 
1,775 00 
2,800 00 
3,000 00 



1,650 00 



3,600 00 



1,400 00 
1,250 00 



2,700 00 

550 00 

500 00 

1,480 00 



51,220 00 



$ ct3. 
22,475 00 



2,400 00 
1,400 00 
1,150 00 
2,530 00 



2,800 00 
4,650 On 
1,100 0(1 
3,550 00 



1,700 OO 
1,100 00 
2,030 00 



1.400 00 



2,010 00 



1,400 00 

1,400 00 

575 00 

500 00 

1,500 00 



56,270 00 



Deputy ilrnister 3,200 00 

Chief Clerks, 1 at $2,400, 1 at $2,000, 1 at $1,900 G,209 00 ! 

do ' 

1st Class Clerk 1,800 90 

2nd do 2 at $1,400, 1 at $1,287.50, 1 at $1,250, 1 at 6.312 50 

SI, 150 ' 

3rd do 4 at $1,000, 1 at $900, 1 at $750, 1 at $500... 5,950 00 

Allowance for Private Secretarj' (joO 00 

Messengers, at $5(i0 each ". 1,000 00 

25,062 50 



3,200 00 
6,300 Ol) 
2,350 00 
1,800 00 
6,487 50 

6,150 0» 

600 Oft 

1,000 00 

27,887 50 



2—2* 



IS 



III.— CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Cow/mwe^. 



Details compared with 1888-89. 



Num»>er. 



188«-89. 1889-90. 



Departments. 



(r) FisHEHiES Depahtmext. 



Deputy Head 

ICWeftlerk 

|2nd Class Clerks, 1 at §1,400, 1 at $1,387.50, 2 at S 1,200.... 
3rd do 1 at SI. 000. 1 at S9.')0, 1 atST50, 1 at.STTo, 

I 1 at $612.50, 1 atS512.50; 1 at J500 

iMessenerer 



14 


14 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


4 


4 


4 


4 


1 


1 




o 






1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


3 


3 


2 


2 


'> 


.q 



(.s) Departmext of Plmlic ■\VoiiKS. 



■ Deputy Head 

l2nd Class Clerk, Shorthand Writer. 

,3rd do 

Allowance for Private Secretary 



Correspondence Branch. 



Chief Clerk, Secretary 

list Class Clerk 

12nd do 1 at $1,400, 1 at S1.300, 2 at §1,200. 
!3rd do 2 at $1,000, 1 at .'^800. 1 at $b00 



Account Branch. 



Chief Clerk. Accountant 

2nd Class Clerks, 2 at $1,300, 1 at $1,200 

Technical Branch. 



Chief Engineer 

i do Architect 

{ do Mechanical Engineer, Chief Clerk 

do Clerk, Engineering Branch 

jlst Class Clerks, 1 at $1,800, 1 at $1, COO 

2nd do 1 at 5il,400 1 at $1,250. 1 at $1,200 
l3rd do 1 at $800 and 1 at $650 



I Mei'xengers. 

Messengers, 1 each at $500, $390, $.300. 




(0 R.Mi.wAV.'^ A.\D Caxai.s. 



Salaries. 



1888-89. I 1889-{>0. 



Deputy Minister 

Chief Engineer Canals 

do Government Railway's 

Secretary, Chief Clerk 

Railway Branch Chief Clerk 

II. A. Fissiault do 

Accountant do 

Ist Class Clerks, 1 at SI, 800, 3 at $1,750, 1 at $1,450 

2nd do lat$l,800, 3 at $l,400,2at.Sl,150, 1 at$l,100 

3rd do 5 at $1,000, 1 at $800, 2 at $400 

Allowance fur Private Secretary 

Messengers, 2 at .$500, 1 at $300 



$ cts.l 

3.200 00 I 
2,350 00 i 
4,850 00 

4,725 00 
300 00 



15,425 00 



3.200 00 

1,300 00 

400 00 

600 00 



1,950 GO 
1,400 00 
4,950 00 
3,350 00 



2,250 00 
3,650 00 



3,200 00 
3.200 00 
2^250 00 
2,200 00 
3,350 00 
3,700 00 
1,400 00 



1,160 00 



4,100 00 
4,500 00 
4,000 00 
2,400 00 
2,200 0) 
2,200 00 
2,400 00 
8,300 00 
9,550 00 
6,450 00 
600 00 
1,280 00 



$ cts. 

3,200 00 
2,400 00 
5,187 50 

5.100 00 
'300 00 



16,187 50 



3,200 00 

1,350 00 

400 00 

GOO 00 



2,000 00 
1,400 00 
5,100 00 
3,400 00 



2,300 00 
3,800 00 



4,000 OO 
3,200 00 
2,. 300 00 
2,250 00 
3,400 00 
3,850 00 
1.450 00 



1,190 00 



43,510 00 I 45,190 00 



4.100 00 
4,500 00 
4,000 00 
2,400 00 
2,250 00 
2,250 00 
• 1,800 00 
8,500 00 
9,000 Oi) 
6.600 00 
600 00 
1,300 00 



47,980 00 I 47,300 Oi* 



19 



III —CIVIL GOYER^^ME^T— Concluded. 



Details compared with 1838-89 — Concluded. 



18.Sf<-89. 



(«) Office of the IIich Commissioner for Canada. 



$ cts. 



1 Chief Clerk 

1 First Class Clerk 

12nd do do 

3 3rd do Clerks, 2 at $734 ; 1 at $550. 

2 Messengers, 1 at §142.87 ; 1 «t $,297.35... 



Contingencies. 



The Grovernor General's Secretary's Office. 

The Privy Council 

Department of Justice. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do (Penitentiaries Branch) 

Militia and Defence 

Secretary of State 

Queen's'Priuter and Controller of Stationery. 

Interior 

Indian Affairs 

The Office of the Auditor General 

The Department of Finance and Treasury Board 

do (yustoms 

do Inland Revenue". 

do Public Works 

The Post Office Department 

The Department of Agriculture 

do Jliirine 

do Fisheries 

do Piil ways and Canals 

Departments generally " 



13,000 00 

12,100 00 
6,000 00 
2,250 00 
8,000 00 
.s,000 00 
0,000 00 

18,000 00 
6,000 00 
:!,000 00 

11 0)0 00 
8.000 00 
7,000 00 
8,000 00 

2."). 000 00 

20.000 00 
8,000 00 
3,000 00 
7,'000 00 

2(1,300 00 



18S9-90. 



$ eta. 

2.295 35 
1,500 00 
1,-'00 00 
2,018 00 
740 22 

7,753 57 



12.1100 00 

11.000 00 

6/100 00 

2.250 00 

8,000 00 

7,1100 00 

5,(100 00 

18,000 00 

6,0o0 00 

3.000 00 

10,0,10 00 

6,0o0 00 

7,000 00 

7,010 00 

25.000 00 

20,000 00 

9,000 00 

;!,ooo 00 

7,000 00 
20,000 00 



199, 050 00 i 192,2.")0 00 



2- n-^ 



20 



IV.— AD.MINISTRATI()N OF JUSTICE, 



To be voted as per Statement (A) S52,7G0 00 




26-; 



500 00 i 



430 00 
800 00 



(A) ExrEXDiTURE Foii WHICH Votes am: , $ cts.j 

Reqcirbd. I 

Miscellaneous expenditiire.includingNorth- 

■\Vest Territories 

TravellingExpensesof Judges in the North- 
west Territories j 4.000 00 ! 

Circuit Allowances, P.iitish Columbia ' 0,000 00 ; 

Travelling Allowance;;, Court of Qneen|s| 
Bench and County Court Judges, Maul- \ 

toba '. 'I 2.500 00 , 

Reporter of the Supreme Court of Canada..' 2,300 00 
Assistant Reporter of the Supreme Court of ! 

Canada. 2nd Class Clerk 1,200 00 1 

Clerk in the ofiBce of the Registrar of the 

I Supreme Court of Canada ' 1,000 00, 

Second Clerk in the oflice of the Registrar: 

i of the Supreme Court of Canada ' 850 00 

Senior Messenger of the Supreme Court of! 

I Canada 500 00 

jSecond Messenger of the Supreme Court of 

I Canada 

Third Messenger of the Supreme Court of 

Canada 

Clerk, Exchequer Court of Canada 

3rd Class Clerk, Exchequer Court of 

Canada 

Messenger, Wm. Ryan, Excheciuer Court... .'lOO 00 

.Continfrencies and di-sbursemonts, Judges' 
j travelliufr expenses ; also Salaries of 
oflBcers (Sheriff, Registrar as Editor of 
I Reports. Usher. &c.) in the Supreme 
' Court of Canada, and S150 for books for 

I Judges 5.000 00 

Printiu'.'. binding and distributing the 

' Supreme Court Reports | 2,000 00 

For the purchase of Law* Reports and Text' 

i Books for the Supreme Court Library ' 1,500 00 

Suudrv disbur.-^ements connected with the; 
I Maritime Court of Ontario, Judges' trav-i 

elling expenses, &c ' 100 00 

Salary of Registrar of the Vice Admiralty 

I Court, Quebec ." 666 G6 

Salary of Marshal of Viv'e-Admiralty Court. 

; Quebec 3.3^ 34 

To provide Vice-Admiralty Court Rooms, 

St. John, N.B 150 00 

To provide Vice-Admiralty Court Rooms, 

: Halifax ir.O 00 

Contingeuciis. Exchequer Courtof Canada, 
Judges' and Registrar's travelling ex- 
penses, salary of Sheriffs, <ltc.. and S50 
lor Judges' books 



:? cts. 



20,000 00 : 20,000 00 



4,000 00 
6.000 00 



2,500 00 I 
2,350 00 

I 

1,250 00 ! 

400 00 1. 

900 00 ! 

500 00 

500 00 

400 00 
1,100 00 ' 

COO 00 I 
300 00 



.S cts. 



50 00 
50 00 



-.0 00 



30 00 
300 00 



000 00 



1,000 00 



4,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,500 00 

100 00 
666 66 
333 34 
150 00 
l.'iO 00 



2,000 00 2,000 00 



•S cts. 



GOO 00- 



1,000 00 



50.280 00 



52,760 00 j 2,480 00 



21 



YL— ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE— Co«^f«we^. 



1888-89. 



1889-90. 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



Increase. Decrease. 



E.XPENDITCRE AUTHORIZED BY STATUTE. 

Supreme C mrl of Canada. 



Salary of Chief Justice 

^Salaries of five Puisne Judges, at $7,000 each., 
Salary of Registrar 



Exchequer Court nf Canada — 

Salary of Judge 

do Registrar 



Province of Ontario. 

•Court of Appeal — 

Salary of Chief Justice of Ontario and Chief 

Justice of Appeal 

Salaries of three Justices, at $5,000 each 



High Court of Justice for Ontario — 

Salary of the Chief Justice of the Queen's 
Bench 



^ueerHs Bench Division — 

Salaries of two Judges, at §5,000 each. 



Common Pleas Division — 

Salary of the Chief Justice of the Common 
Pleas 

Salary- of two Judges, at $5,000 each 

Chancery Division — 

Salary of Chancellor of Ontario 

Salaries of three Judges, at §5,000 



Circuit Alloivances. 



Maritime Court — 

Salary of Judge 

County Courts- — 

Salaries of forty Judges, varying from $2,000 

to $2,600 each 

Salaries of seventeen Junior Judges, at §2,000 

each 

Travelling allowances of fifty-seven County 

Court Judges, at §200 each 



Province of Quebec. 

Court of Queen' s Bench — 

Salary of Chief Justice 

Salaries of five Puisue Judges, at §5,000 each. 
Superior Court — 

Salary of Chief Justice 

do Senior Puisne Judge at Montreal 

Salaries of eleven Judges, at §5,ooo each 

do fourteen Judges, at §4,000 each .... 
do two Judges, at §3,500 each 



$ cts. 



8,000 00 

35.000 00 

2,600 00 



6,000 00 
2,000 00 



6,000 00 
15,000 00 



6,000 00 
10,000 00 

6.000 00 
10,000 00 

6,000 00 
15,000 00 

13,000 00 
000 00 

92,520 00 
32,000 00 
11,000 00 



6,000 00 
25^000 00 

6,000 00 

6,000 00 

50,000 00 

50,000 00 

7,000 00 



cts. 



8,000 00 
'.5.000 00 
2,600 00 



6,000 00 
2,000 00 



6,000 00 
15,000 00 



6,000 00 
10,000 00 



6,000 00 
10,000 00 



6,000 00 
I'i.OOO 00 

13,000 00 
GOO 00 

94,800 00 
34,000 00 
11.400 00 



6,000 00 
25,000 00 

6,000 00 

6,000 00 

55,000 00 

56,000 00 

7,000 00 



$ cts. 



2,280 00 

2,000 00 

400 00 



5,000 00 



Carried forward ' 432,720 00 ' 442,400 00 



9,080 00 



cts. 



22 



TV.— ADMIXrSTlMTIOX OF JUSTICE— Oontin?,ei.. 



1888-89. 



188» 90. 



Brought forward , 

Province o/Queb c — Concluded. 

Court of Vice Admiralty — 

Salary of Judge 



Circuit Allowances. 



Province oj Nova Scotia. 

Supreme Court of Nova Scotia — 

Salary of Chief Justice 

do the Judge in Equity 

Salaries of five Puisne Judges, at §4,000 each. 

Court of Vice Admiralty — 

Salary of Judge 



Circuit Allowances. 



County Courts — 

Salaries of six Judges, at $2,400 each : and 

one at ?2,000 ' 

Travelling alluwances ot County Court Judges 



Province of New Brunswick. 

Supreme Court of New Brunswick — 

Salary of Chief Justice 

Salaries of four Puisne Judges, at $4,000 each 
Salary of Judge in Equity 



Court of Vice Admiralty — 
Salary of Judge 



Circuit Allowances. 



County Courts — 

Siilaries of County Judges, 1 at $3,000 and 5 
at $2,400 



TravelUngAllowancesofCounty Court Judges' 1,200 00 



$ cts. 
432,720 00 

2,000 00 
14,000 00 



5,000 00 

4.000 00 

20,000 00 



600 00 
4,000 00 



16,500 00 
1,400 00 



5,000 00 

16,000 00 

4,000 00 



600 00 
3,200 00 

15,000 00 



Province of Manitoba. 



Court of Queen's Bench — 
Salarj' of Chief Justice 



5,000 00 



Salaries of three Puisne Judges, at $4,000 each' 12,000 00 



County Courts — ' 

Salaries of four Countv Court Judges, 4 at 

$2,400 each .' 



9.000 01^ 



j» Cts. 
442,400 00 



2,000 00 
14,000 00 



5,000 00 

4,000 00 

20,000 00 



600 00 
4,000 00 



16.400 00 
1,-100 00 



5.000 00 
16.' 00 00 
4,000 OO 



600 00 
3.200 00 



lo.nnn oo 
1,200 00 



5,000 00 
12,000 00 



9,6on 00 



Compared with 
Estimate; of 1888-9". 



Increase. Decrease 



$ CtB. 

9. 680 00 



cts. 



100 01* 



Carried forward "jTI.SJO 00 581.-100 00 



9,680 00 



100 00- 



23 



IV.-ADMINISTRATION OF J VSTIGE— Concluded. 









Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 




; 888-80. 


1889 90. 






Increase. 


Decrease. 




$ cts. 


S cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Brought forward 


571,820 00 


581 400 00 


9,680 00 


10« 00 


Province of British Columbia. 




Supreme Court — 

Salary of Chief Justice 


5,820 00 
4,850 00 
12,000 00 


5,820 00 

4,850 00 

12,000 00 






do one Puisne Judge 




do three Puisne Judges, at i?4,000 each. 




Province of Prince Edward Inland. 










Superior Court — 

Salary of Chief Justice 


4,000 00 
3,200 00 
3,200 00 

600 00 

7,200 00 
600 00 


4,000 00 
3,200 00 
3,200 00 






do Master of Rolls 




do Vice-Chancellor 






GOO 00 

7,200 00 
600 00 






County Courti — 

Salaries of three Judo'es at $2 400 each 




TraTellingAUowances of County Court Judges 




North-West Territories. 










Salaries of five Judges of the Supreme Court, at 
$4,000 each 


20.000 00 
2,500 00 


20,000 00 
2,500 00 






Salaries of five Sheriffs, at $500 each 








Total 


635,790 00 


645,370 00 


9,580 00 









RECAPITULATION. 



To lie voted 

Authorized by Statute. 



50,280 00 
635,790 00 

686,070 00 



52,760 00 
645,370 00 

698,130 00 



2,480 00 
9,580 00 

12,060 00 



24 



v.— POLICE. 



Amount to be voted $19,000 00 



i 

> 

o 
6 


J 


1888-89. 


1889-90. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


■ 27 


DominiOD Police 


S cts.l S cts. 
17,600 00 T^ '^"'^ ^^ 


S cts. 
1,400 00 


$ .cts. 








•"')^"'' "" 





YL— rENlTENTIAK-IES. 



Amount to be voted $352,859 42 



o 


Penitentiaries. 


1888-89. 


l!!iS»-90. 


Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 


"o 
6 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


28 


Kino-ston 


S Cts. 

118,429 85 
85,654 79 
46,354 50 


$ Cts. 

121,128 58 
89,514 79 
.15.S3.C! ?iO 


$ cts. 

2,698 73 
3,860 00 

< 


% cts. 


29 


St. Vincent de Paul 




30 


Dorchester 


516 00 


31 


Manitoba 


49,914 18 .-,0,'526 48 
43,827 85 44,391 07 
13,000 110 1,460 00 


612 00 
563 22 




32 


British Columbia 




33 


Regina Jail 


11,540 OO 












357,181 47 3.'S2.8.'i9 42 




4 322 05 













26 



YI.— rENITENTIARIES— Con^iWMPrf. 




3 

2 

42 

2 



Warden 

Deputy Wardfii | 

Chaplains 1,200 

jSurgeon j 

'Accountant ^ 

IWarden's Clerk 

Storcke'eper 

j Steward 

(Chief Keeper • 

Hospital Overseer ' 

I Schoolmaster I ■ 

Engineer i 

Chief Trade Instructor j 

'Tailor Instructor 

ICarpenter do | 



Stonecutter do j 

Mason do j 

Miller do 

Baker do 

Shoemaker do 

Blacksmith do 

Farmer do ~ 

Quarry do 

Keepers 600 

do S530, 1888-89 | 560 i 

Guards I 500 i 

do S430, 1838-89 1 460 j 

do 1 430 

Messenger 

Stoker 

Matron 

Deputj' Matron 

Teamsters 



3,000 

1,500 

2,400 

1,800 

1,150 

800 

1,000 

830 

830 

800 

530 

1,300 

1,300 

600 

660 

660 

660 

700 

660 

630 

660 

660 

GOO 

1,800 

1,060 

21,000 

860 



81 



81 



400 



Salaries 

Retiring gratuities 

OHicers' uniforms 

Maintenance of 580 convicts ; 580, 1888-89 

"Working expenses 

Tapital account 

Miscellaneous 

Industries 



600 00 
500 00 
r>30 00 
380 00 
1,600 00 



3,000 

1,500 

2,400 

1.800 

1,200 

800 

1,000 

860 

860 

800 

rm 

1,300 

1,300 

630 

690 

690 

690 

700 

690 

660 

690 

690 

690 

1,800 

1,120 

20,000 

920 

860 

600 

50D 

560 

400 

1,600 



00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 ' 

00 I 

00 ' 

00 I 

00 j 

00 I 

00 1 

00 I 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 



$ eta, 



30 00 



30 00 
30 00 



50 00 



30 00 
30 00 
30 00 
30 00 

30 00 
30 00 
30 00 
30 00 
30 00 

60 00 



60 00 
860 00 



30 00 
20 00 



52.120 00 



,JGO 00 



140 (lO 



52,120 00 

2,000 00 

3.05G 34 

37,404 46 

21,868 55 

800 00 

875 00 

215 50 



52,500 00 

2.000 00 

3.107 33 

40,000 00 

22.115 75 

226 00 

875 00 

244 50 



440 00 

50 99 

2.595 54 
247 20 



20 00 



118,429 85 1 121,128 58 i 2,698 73 



§ Ct3. 



1,000 00- 



604 00- 



Receipts for Year ended 30th June, 1888 : — 

Convict labor 

Tailors' Department 

Quarry 

Carpenters' Department 

Blacksmiths' do 

Gate money 



$ 80 


00 


7;!i 


12 


126 60 


11 


11 


125 


00 


571 


75 



$1,645 58 



2( 



\l.—VEmTENTlAlllES— Continued. 



Number. 



1888-89. 1889-90. 



Stafif. 



8 

32 



63 



St. Vixcent de Paul Pem- 

TBtiTIARV. 



Wa'-den 

Deputy Warden 

Chajilaiiis 

Surgeon 

Accountant 

Warden's Clerk 

Storeket-per 

Steward 

Chief Keeper . 

Hospital Overseer. 

Schoolmaster 

Engineer 

Farmer 



Rate.' 1888-89. 



1,200 



Carpenter Instructor. 



30 
2 
1 
2 



63 



Tailor 

Baker 

Stonecutter 

Blacksmith 

Shoemaker 

Keepers, $580, 1888-89. 

Guards 

do 

Jfessenger 

Teamsters ^. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 




Salaries 

Officers' uniforms 

Maintenance of 32.5 convicts 

"Working expenses. 

MiBcellaneous 



325, 1888-89 



1889-90 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



Increase. Decrease, 



S cts. 

2,650 00 

1,500 00 

2,4<»0 00 

1,250 00 

1,050 00 

800 00 

830 00 

730 00 

730 00 

750 00 

630 00 

830 00 

660 00 

700 00 

700 00 

700 00 

700 00 

700 00 

700 00 

4,640 00 

16,000 00- 



500 00 
800 00 



$ cts 

2,700 00 

1.500 00 

2^400 00 

1,300 00 

1,100 00 

800 00 

8G0 00 

730 00 

760 00 

750 00 

660 00 

860 00 

690 00 

700 00 

630 00 

700 00 

700 00 

700 00 

700 00 

4,800 00 

15,00o 00 

860 00 

,500 00 

800 00 



40,950 00 



41,200 00 



40,950 00 41,200 00 

2,590 00 3,:^.00 00 

29.647 88 29,647 88 

11,966 91 i 11,966 91 

500 00 3,400 00 



85,654 79 i 89,514 79 



$ cts. 
50 00 



50 


00 


50 00 


30 


00 


30 


00 


30 


00 


30 


00 


30 


00 


160 


00 



860 00 



250 00 



250 00 
710 00 



2,900 00 



3,860 00 



$ CtJ. 



70 00 



1,000 00 



Seeeijits for Year ended 30th June, 1888 : — • 

Farm $ 612 12 

Rent 309 60 

Carpenters' Dejiartment 138 66 

Stewards' do 90 02 

Storekeepers' do 88 35 

Tinsmiths' do 3166 

Tailors' do 17 46 

Shoe do 68 IT 

Bakers' do 58 13 

Blacksmiths' do 2 15 

Visitors 121 50 

Fines 66 89 

Bindery 2 19 

Brickyard 14 50 

$1,621 45 



28 



XL— VEmTEKTlklilES— Continued. 



Number. i 



1888-89. 1889-90. 



Staff. 



1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
18 



40 



Dorchester Pexitextiaht. 



Warden , 

Deputy Warden 

Chaplains 

Surjeon 

Accountant 

Storekeeper 

Steward , 

Hospital Overseer 

Schoolmaster 

Enj^iueer 

Carpenter Instructor. 

Blacksmith do 

Shoemaker 

Tailor 

Baker 

Parmer 

Keepers, S580, 1888-89 

Guards 

do 

Messenger 

Teamster 



Ratc.i 1888-89. 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



1S89-00 



Increase. Decrease. 



600 



do 
do 
do 
do 



600 
500 



40 



$ cts. 

2,050 00 

1,250 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,000 00 

730 00 

730 00 

700 00 

GOO 00 

860 00 

700 00 

700 00 

700 00 

630 00 

630 00 

700 00 

1,740 00 

9,000 00 



S cts. 



550 00 
380 00 



2,100 

1,100 

1,200 

1,200 

1,000 

760 

760 

TOO 

600 

890 

700 

700 

700 

660 

630 

700 

1.800 

8,500 

4.".0 

550 

330 



$ 


cts. 


50 


00 


30 


00 


30 00 


30 00 


30 


00 


60 00 


430 


00 




$ eta. 



150 00 



26,050 00 1 26,010 00 



Salaries 26,050 00 

Retiring gratuities 500 00 

Officers uniforms | 1,313 00 

Maintenance of 175 convicts; 175, 1888-89 9,741 50 



Working expenses 

Miscellaneous 

Industries , 



6,650 00 
500 00 
1,600 00 



20,010 00 
500 00 
1,607 00 
9.221 50 
5,900 00 
600 00 
2,000 00 



46,354 50 45,838 50 



294 00 



100 00 
400 00 



500 0« 
50 0§ 



40 00 



40 0« 



520 00 
750 Of 



<I6 0« 



Receipts /or Vear ended 30th June, 1888: — 

Wooden ware 

Shoe Department 

Blacksmiths' Uejjartmcnt 

Carpenters' do 

Tailors' do 

Bakers' do 

Farm 

Convict labor , 

Fines 



,124 07 
284 07 

4 37 

34 06 

35 64 
79 90 

104 33 
84 55 

5 00 



S3, 756 89 



29 



VL— rEXITENTIAHIES— Co/^/</?/^e^/. 



Number. 



1888-89.1 1889-90. 

I 



Staff. 




1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1 

1 

13 

1 



Maxitoda Pexitkntiart. 



600 



Warden ». 

Deputy Warden & Chief Keeper 

ChaplainB, $550, 1888-89 

Sur<ieon 

Accountant and Storekeeper., 

Steward I 

Encineer , 

Hospital Overseer and|'School-] 

master , 

Tailor Instructor i , 

Blacksmith do I , 

Guards i 650 

Messenger , 



25 



25 



Salaries 

Retiring gratuities 

OflBcers' uniforms ..., 

Maintenance of 100 convicts ; 100, 1888-89 

Working expenses 

Miscellaneous 

Industries 



1888-89. 



$ cts. 

2.800 00 
1,050 00 
1,100 GO 
1,200 00 
1,100 00 
730 00 
1,000 00 

780 00 
750 00 
700 00 
8,450 00 
650 00 



1889-90 , 



20,310 00 



20,310 00 
1.000 00 
1,157 00 
12,022 28 
12,675 20 
1,750 00 
1,000 00 



$ cts. 

2,800 00 
1,100 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,100 00 
7G0 00 
1,000 00 

810 00 

750 00 

700 00 

8,450 00 

650 00 



20,520 00 



20,520 00 
1.000 00 
l',459 00 
12,022 28 
12,675 20 
1,850 00 
1.000 00 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



Increase. Decrea.s:e. 



? cts. 



50 00 
100 00 



30 00 



30 00 



210 00 

210 00 
302 00 

100 00 



49,914 48 ' 50,526 48 i 612 00 



$ cts. 



Receipts for Year ended 30<A June, 1888 : — 

Stewards' Department S 774 68 

Shoe do 117 84 

Tailors' do ' 240 12 

Carpenters' do ,32 2.T 

Blacksmiths' do 7 45 

Bakers' do 4 18 

Storekeepers' do 375 50 

Convict labor 50 00 

Stables 3 00 

Refund 23 

Heatinjj ];»5 06 

Farm 105 58 



SI, 905 87 



30 



VI.— rEXITENTUrjES— Cow//«?/^./. 



Number. 




Staff. 



Rate 



1 
1 
2 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
13 



British Columbia Peni- 
textiary. 



10 



600 



Warden 

I Dc puty Warden <fe Chief Keeper 

Chaplains, $350, 1888-89 .... 

'Surgeon 

I Accountant, Storekeeper and 

Schoolmaster 

'steward 

iShoemaker Instructor 

I'failor do 

Ililacksmith do 

'Carpenter do 

|Baker do 

iKeiper 

I Guards 

do I 

I do •• ' 530 

Messenger , 

.Teamster 



GOO 



28 



28 



Salaries 

Officers' uniforms 

Maintenance of 100 convicts 

Working expenses 

Capital account 

Miscellaneous 

Industries 



llj, 1888-89 



1888-E9. 



Compared with 

Esiiniaies of 1888-89. 



1889-90 



Increase. Decrease. 



S cts. 

2.000 00 I 

1,300 00 I 

1,100 00 I 

(300 00 j 

1,000 00 I 
730 00 
7:i0 00 

750 00 \ 

7.50 00 I 

600 00 i 

600 00 , 

600 00 ' 

7,800 00 



000 00 
600 00 



S cts. 


1 
? cts. 


2.050 00 


50 00 


1,300 00 




1,200 00 


100 00 


600 00 




1.000 00 




760 00 


30 00 


750 00 




GSO 00 




750 00 


* 


6:iO 00 


30 00 


630 00 


30 00 


600 00 




0,000 00 




560 00 


.^efi 00 


1.060 00 


1,060 00 


(500 00 




600 00 





$ eta. 



19,780 00 19.720 00 



120 0« 



1,800 00 



60 00 



19.780 00 19,720 00 60 00 

1.000 00 1,000 00 I 

13,047 85 11,22107 | 1.826 78 

5.450 00 4.4:^0 00 | 1,000 00 

1,000 00 I i ; 1,000 00 

foO 00 5.000 00 j 4,450 00 

3.000 00 3,000 00 ' 



43,827 85 i 44,391 07 ! 563 22 



Receipts for Year ended 30th June, 1888 : — 

Shoe bepartmenl $ 476 25 

Tailors' do 63 75 

Visitors' fund 8 00 

Blacksmiths' Department 50 98 

Farm 1 16 23 



.•? .715 21 



31 



YL— PENITENTIARIES— Cowc/M^ef/ 



Number. 



1888-89. 1889-90 



1 
1 

4 



Staff. 



REfa.VA Jail. 



Warden 

1 jSurgeon 

1 I Guards, at S500.. 



1888-89. 



1880-90 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89 . 



\Maintenance, ijc, of Prisoners and 
Lunatics 



S cts. 

900 00 

120 00 

2.000 00 



9,980 00 



S cts. 

900 00 

60 00 

.000 00 



13,000 00 1,460 00 



Increase. Decrease 



$ cts. 



S cts 



60 00 
1,500 00 



9,980 00 



11,540 09 



32 



YIL— LEaiSLATIOK. 



Amouut to be voted as per Statement (A) .§376,380 50 



34 



35 
36 
37 



39 



40 



41 



42 



43 
44 



1888-89. 



18S9-90. 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



lucrease. ♦ Decrease. 



Ct5 



(A) Estimates of Expesditure for which 
Votes ark heijciked. 

Senate. 



Salaries and contingent expenses of the 
Senate 60,5?.8 00 



House of Commons. 



Sahiry of the Deputy Speaker 

Salaries, per Clerk's estimate 

Expenses of Committees, Extra Sessional 

Clerks, &c 

Contingencies 

Publishing Deliates, House of Commons. 
(The authority required by section 51 of 
" The Civil Service Act," is hereby given 
for paying out of this vote such turns as; 
may be required to pay such employees of 
the Civil Service as it is necessary to! 
employ to do duty as amanuenses to thei 
Debute Stall" of the House of Commons, 

for the present Session) 

Salaries and contingencies, per Sergeant-' 

at-Arms' estimate I 

Franchise Act : — 

Printing voters' lists | 

To pay the wid.w oj the laie Hon. Thomas 
White tht balance of his sessional indem- 
nity 

iTopai/ the iridriw rf the late Athanase Gau- 
aet, J!sq.. M.I'., the balance of his 

sessional indemnity and mileage I 

To pay to C. J. Ooursol. J-.'.'^q.. M.F., absent^ 
through illnes'. balance of his sessional: 

indemnity and mileage I 

Salaries of officers of the Library I 

Grant to Parliamentary Library \ 

Purchase of works on America \ 

Contingencies of the Library i 

Itiiiding ncAvspaiiers. &c j 

Preparin;^ and reprinting the Catalogue ofl 

the Library ot American History (revote)i 

Printing, binding and distriljuting the Lawsj 

Printing, printing-paper and book-bindingi 



2,000 00 
67,250 00 

13,200 00 
24,000 HO 



40,000 00 
33,462 50 
15,500 00 

675 00 

545 00 



965 40 

16,630 00 

10,000 00 

1,000 00 

2,500 CO 

2,000 00 

2,500 00 
10,000 00 
80,000 00 



cts. 



60,038 00 



2.000 00 
70,050 00 

13.200 00 
21,250 00 



40,000 00 
33.882 50 
15,500 00 



16,860 00 

10,000 00 

1,000 00 

2,500 00 

2,000 00 

2,500 00 
10.000 00 
75,000 00 



% cts. 



100 00 



2,800 eo 



420 50 



230 00 



383,765 90 - .576,380 50 



2,750 00 



675 00 
545 00 
965 40 



5,000 00 



7,380 40 



33 



VII.— LEaiSLATION— Co«/i>me^. 



Details compared with 1888-89. 



Number. 



1887-88. 1889-90 



40 



Service. 



(a) Salauiks and Contingencies 

OK THE SeXA'''E. 

Clerk, Master in Cbaacery, Cashier 
and Accountant 

Clerk, As-.istdnt and Master in 
Chancery 

Law Clerit, Master in Chancery, 
Clerk of Committees and English 
Translator 

Chaplain 

Second Clerk Assistant, Master in 
Chancery and Chief French Trans- 
lator 

First English Clerk and Clerk of 
English Journals 

Second English Clerk and Clerk of 
Routine and Proceedings 

Third English Clerk and Clerk of 
Private Bills 

First French Translator 

Sergeant-at-Arms and Clerk of 
French Journals • 

Assistant Clerk of French Journals. 

Assistant Accountant 

Junior Clerk 

Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod- 
Postmaster , 

Housekeeper 

N^ewsroom Keeper 

l>oorkeeper 

Speaker's .Messenger 

Wardrobe and Assistant Doorkeeper 

Bank Messenger 

House Carpenter.. 

Permanent Messengers, at $600 



40 



31'Scell'it.eous. 



Pages 

Sessional Messengers 

Charwoman 

Stationery 

Newspapers 

Postage and Carriage of Mails 

Sundry Tradesmen's Accounts 

Senate Debates and Shorthand 

Writers 

Unforeseen Charges 



1888-89. 



$ cts 

3,400 00 
2,800 00 



2.500 00 
400 00 



2,200 00 

1,600 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 
1,900 00 

1,600 00 

SOU 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,350 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

800 00 

800 00 

800 00 

750 00 

750 00 

700 00 

3,000 00 



900 00 

1,750 00 

1,600 00 

5,338 00 

1,«00 00 

800 CO 

3,500 00 

8.000 00 
3,500 00 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



1889-90. 



60,538 00 



$ cts. 

3,400 00 
2.800 00 



2,500 00 
400 00 



2,200 00 

1,600 00 

1,400 00 

1,40") 00 
1,900 00 

1,600 00 

800 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,350 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

•900 00 

800 00 

800 00 

750 00 

750 00 

700 00 

3,000 00 



900 00 
1,750 00 
1,600 00 
5,988 00 
1,?00 00 

800 00 
3,225 00 

8,000 00 
3,125 00 



Increase. Decrease 



$ cts. 



100 00 



650 00 



60,638 00 



100 00 



Ct3. 



275 00 



375 00 



* See Senate Journal, 1888, page 239. 



2—3* 



34 



YII.— LEGISLATION— Co«///?//e</ 



Details compared with 188S-89. 



Number. 



1887-88. I 1889-90. 



be nice. 



1888-89. 1889-1>0. 



I Compared with 
'Estimates of 1888-89. 



Increase. iDecrease. 



(6) Salaries of the House of 
Commons. 

Officer! t<f (he Ilovse. 



The Clerk 

Clerk Assistant 

Sergeant-at-Arms 

Deputy Sergeant-at-Aims 



Chief Branch. 

Chief Clerks, 2 atS2,300, 1 at $2,250 

1 at .*:i,800 

1st Class Cleiks, 1 at 11.800, 1 at 

$1,700, 1 at Sl,600, 2 at $1,400 

2nd Class Clerks, 2 at $1,400, 1 at 

$1,300, 1 at $1,250, I at $1,100 

3rd Class Clerks, 1 at $1,000 1 at 

$750 



Law Branch. 



1 


1 


1 


3 


2 


1 


7 


6 



1 [Law Clerk 

3 ChiefClerks, 1 at$2,400, 1 at$l,900, 

I 1 at $1,800 

4 1st Class Clerks, 2 at $1,700, 2 at 

$1,600 

4 2nd Class Clerks, 2 at $1,400, 2 at 
$1,300 



Miscellaneous Branch. 



Accountant 

1st Class Clerks, 1 at $1,750, 1 at 

$1,600, 1 at Si, 500 

2nd Class Clerk 

3rd Class Clerks, 1 at $1,000, 1 at 

$900, 1 at $850, 3 at $700 



43 43 (c) E.M'ENSES OF Committees, Extra 

Sessio.nal Clerks, &c. 



Speaker's Secretary 

Permanenl Sessional Clerks, 2 at 

$600, 3 at $100 

Sessional Clerks, at $3 per diem 

Expenses of Committeeii, Witnesses, 

Shorthand Writers, &c 

Sessional French Translators, at $4 

per diem 



I 


1 


5 


5 


25 


25 


5 


5 



36 



3,400 00 
2,800 00 
2,400 00 
1,550 00 



6,700 00 
5,250 00 
8,150 00 
3,600 00 

3,200 00 
4,200 00 
8,200 00 
5,300 00 

2,800 00 

1,700 00 
2,700 00 

5.300 00 



300 00 

2.400 00 

7i500 00 

1,000 00 

2,000 00 

13,200 00 



cts. 



3,400 00 
2,800 00 
2.400 00 
1,800 00 



7,900 00 
6,450 00 
1,750 00 



5,400 00 



2,800 00 

4,850 00 
1,100 00 

4,850 00 



300 00 

2.400 00 
7,500 00 

1,000 00 

2,000 00 I 

13,200 00 



250 00 



8,650 00 ' 1,950 00 



2,650 00 



3,200 00 

6,100 00 I 1,900 00 

6.600 00 



100 00 



3,150 00 



67,250 00 70,050 iiO , 2,800 00 



Cts. 



1,700 OO 
1,850 wy 



1,600 OOi 



1,600 OO 
450 00 



35 



VII.— LEGISLATION- am/i■/^;ye(/. 



Details compared with 1887-88 — Conclndtd. 



1888-89. 



1889110. 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



Increase. Decrease. 



( l) COXTI.NT.EXCIES. 



Stationery 

Postage 

Newspapers and advertising 

Miscellaneous 

Uaforeseeu expenses, by order of >5oard of Commis- 
sioners...., 



$ cts. 

12,000 GO 
2.000 00 
2,000 00 
4,000 00 

4,000 00 



24,000 00 



$ cts. 

11,000 00 

2,000 00 

1,750 00 

3,500 00 

3,000 00 



21,250 00 



% cts. 



% 


Cts. 


1,000 


00 


250 


00 


500 


00 


1,000 


00 


2,750 00 



Number. 



1888-89. 


1889-90. 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 





6 


1 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 


45 


45 


16 


16 


4 


' 


11 


11 


15 


15 


1 


1 






107 


107 



(e) Sergeaxt-at-Arms, House 
OF Commons. 

Chief Messenger 

Assistant do 

Curator of Reading Room 

Permanent Messengers, at $700 

do ^2 at $650, 4 
at $600 

Doorkeeper 

Night Watchman, at $600 

House Carpenter 

Sessional Messengers, at $250 

Pages, at $1.50 per diem 

Servants, bath-rooms, wash-rooms, 
&c., at $2 per diem 

Permanent Cl^arwomen, at 50c. per 
diem 

Additional Charwomen during Ses- 
sion, at 50c. per diem 

Contingencies Housekeeper's De- 
partment 

Gasman during Session 

Tradesmen and others 



1888-89. 



1889-90 



$ cts. 

1,200 00 
900 00 
800 00 

1,400 00 

3,510 00 
470 00 

1,200 00 

700 00 

11,250 00 

2,400 00 

800 00 

2,007 50 

750 00 

950 00 

125 00 

5.0J0 00 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



Increase. Decrease. 



$ cts, 

1,300 00 

1,000 00 

800 00 

1,400 00 

3,700 00 
500 00 

1,200 00 

700 00 

11,250 00 

2,400 00 

800 00 

2,007 50 

750 00 

950 00 

125 00 

5,000 00 



33,462 50 33,882 50 



$ Cts. 

100 00 
100 00 



190 00 
30 00 



420 00 



$ Cts. 



2-3^> 



36 



YlL—LEGrlSLkJlO:^— Concluded. 



1888-89. 



1889-90. 



<B) Estimate of Expexditlre Acthorized hv 
Statute. 

Senate. 



Salary of Speaker (by 36 Vic, c. 31). 

Indemnity to Members 

Mileage 



cts 



4,000 00 
80,000 00 
11,600 00 



House r>f Ccmmons. 

Salary of Speaker (by 36 Vic, c. 31) 4,000 00 

Indemnity to Members j 215,000 00 

Mileage 25,000 00 



Election Expenses. 
To meet expenses atelections 



Summary. 



To be voted 

Authorized by Statute. 

Total.... 



5.000 00 



4,000 00 
80,000 00 
11,600 00 



4,000 00 

215,000 00 

23,000 00 



5,000 00 



344,600 00 \ 342,600 00 



383,765 90 I 376,380 50 
344,600 00 I 342,600 00 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



Increase. Decrease. 



cts. 



728.365 90 ; 718.930 50 



$ Cts. 



2,000 00 



2,000 00 



7,385 40 
2,000 00 



9,385 40 



37 



YIII— ARTS, AGRICULTURE AND STATISTICS. 



Amount to be Voted. 



$123,000 00 



45 
46 

47 

48 
49 
50 
61 



Details. 



For care of Archives 

For expenses in connection with Patent 
Record 

For expenses m connection with prepara^ 
tion of C.'iminal Statistics 

For expenses in connection with Health 
Statistics 

Outlay towards the establishment and 
maintenance of Experimental Farms 

Aid to Agricultural Societies in the North- 
West Territories 

Census and Statistics, including prelimin- 
ary preparations for Census of 1891 



Authorized by Statute. 

For Registration of Births, Marriages and 
Deaths, Quebec 



$ cts 

6,000 00 

9,500 00 

4,000 00 

10,000 00 

90,000 00 

10,000 00 

7,500 00 



137,000 00 



9j0 00 



1889-ttO. 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



$ cts 

6,000 00 

' 8,000 00 

4,000 00 

10,000 00 

7e,ooo 00 

10,000 00 
15,000 00 



123,000 00 



950 00 



Increase. Decrease. 



$ cts 



7,500 00 



5> cts^ 



1,500 oa 



20,000 00 



14,000 00 



8S 



lX.~IMMIGPtATIOx\ 



Amoimt to be Voted $95,135 00 



52, 



Details. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
dy 
d) 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Salaries of Agents and Employees : — 

Agent, Quebec 

Assistant Agent, Quebec^ 

Clerk, Quebec 

Interpreter, Quebec 

Messenger, Quebec 

Agent. Montreal 

do Ottawa 

Kingston 

Toronto 

Hamilton 

London, Ont 

Halifax 

St. John, N.B 

Winnipeg 

Assistant Agent, Winnipeg 

do Emerson 

Brandon 

Qu'AppeLe 

Medicine Hat 

Calgary 

Port Arthur 

Victoria, 15. C 

Vancouver 

Interpreter, Winnipeg 

Salarie , London Office England 

do Agents, Europe 

Travelling expenses, Agents in Europe 

Contingencies, Canadian Agencies 

Aiil to Women's Protective Immigration 

Society, Montreal 

Towards Immig-ation and Immigration 
expenses 



j Compared with - 

I Estimates of 1888-89. 



1883-89. 



S cts. 

1,700 00 
1,100 00 
1,000 00 
660 00 
365 00 
1..300 00 
1,300 00 
1,300 00 
1,650 CO 
1,250 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,400 00 



1,000 00 

1.400 00 

1,400 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 



18S9-90. 



$ cts., 

1,700 00 

1,100 00 

1,000 00 

660 00 

365 00 

1,300 00 

1,300 00 

1,300 00 

1,650 00 

1.250 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,400 00 

1,000 00 



800 00 

7,554 00 

6,700 00 

5,110 00 

21,000 00 

1,000 00 

50,000 00 



Increase. 



$ cts. 



1,400 00 



1,200 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,200 00 

800 00 



5,900 00 



16,000 00 

1,000 00 

48,610 00 



116.389 00 j 95,135 00 



1.000 00 



1.200 00 



Decrease. 



$ cii. 



1,000 00 

1,400 0« 
1,200 00 



7,554 00 

800 00 

5,110 00 

5,000 00 



1,390 M 



21,254 00 



Transferred to Civil Government, $13,053.37. 



39 



X.- QUARANTINE. 



Amount to be Voted $68,664 00 




«3. 



Medical Inspection — Quebec 
Quarantine — (irosse He 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



St. John, N.B 

Pictou, N.S ' 

Halifax, N.S 

Charl. ttetown, P.E.I | 

Victoria, R.C [ 

Sydney, N.S j 

Chatham. N.B 

Port Hawkesbury 

Tracadie Lazaretto ' 

To meet expenses of precautionary mea j 

sures for Public Health 1 

To meet expenses for Cattle Quarantines: j 

Province of Ontario [ 

do Quebec 1 

Maritime Provinces I 

Province of Manitoba j 

To meet possible expenses for Sheep Scab,' 

and Cattlrt diseases I 

For payment for immigrant patients in| 

Winnipeg and St. Boniface Hospitals 

Totvards acquiring steam tw, (Jrosse Isle...\ 



1,600 00 

13,564 16 

2,600 00 

800 00 

3,400 00 

1,000 GO 

1,900 00 

1,900 00 

600 00 

300 00 

3,200 00 

15,000 00 

5,000 00 

3,000 00 

3,000 00 
2,000 00 

10,000 CO 

10,000 00 

14.000 00 



1,600 00 

13,364 00 

2.600 00 

800 00 

3,400 00 

1,000 00 

1,900 00 

1,900 00 

600 00 

300 00 

3,200 00 

10,000 00 

5,000 CO 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 

5,000 GO 

10,000 00 



92,864 16 I G8,664 00 



$ Ct3, 
200 16 



5,000 00 

6,000 00 
14,000 00 



24,200 16 



40 



XL— rENSIONS. 



Amount to be Voted, per Statement (A) $42,036 00 



1888-89. 



11889-00. 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



Ini rease. 



Decrease. 



54 
55 



56 
57 



58 
59 



60 



61 



(A) ESTIMATK OF PeNSIO.NS FOR WHICH A 

Vote is Required. 



Lady Cartier 

Mrs. Delancy, wife uf Indian Agent killed 
at Frog Lal<e 

Pensions payable on account of Fenian Raid 

To meet probable amount required for Vet- 
erans of War of 1812 

Compensation to Pensioners in lieu of land 

Pensions payable on account of Rcbellionl 
of 1885, to Militiamen j 

Pension payable on account of Rebellion 
of 1885, to" Mounted Police, Prince Albert 
Volunteers and Police Scouts 

To pay a pension of S400 per annum to Mrs. 
Gowanlock 

To repaid the G'»'ernment fj Prince Edwurd 
Island the amount paid bti that Province 
annual y en account <f pentions, Jrom \st 
July, 1873, and interest thereon, from dates 
if payment to 3o;A lune, 1888—' 
liir Robert Hodgson, pension, $4,029.8" ; 
interest, S2.o'94.49 



Mrs. Caroline McEachern 

Mary Ann Hickey 

Mary Morrison 

Louise Prud'honime ... 

Virginie Charon 

Paul M.Robin? 

C. T. Bell 

Ale.x. Olipbant 

Chas. Lugsden 

Thos. Charters 

(/. T. Robertson 

Percy G. Routh 

G. A. McKenzie 

Fergus Schofield 

James Bryan 

Ensign \\ . Fahey. 

Mary Ilodgins and 1 chill 

Mrs. J. Thorburn 

Mrs. P. F. Worthington 

Mrs. J. n. Elliott 

iMra. (Jeorge Prentice and 1 child. 

Mrs. Hannah Tempest 

I Montgomery Smith 



1,200 00 

400 00 
3,355 60 

4,530 00 
2,100 00 

25,000 00 



4,324 91 
1,700 00 



6,124 36 



184 00 
240 00 

80 00 
110 00 
110 00 
146 40 

73 20 

109 80 
91 50 
91 50 

110 00 
400 00 

73 20 
73 20 



200 00 
137 00 
150 CO 
250 00 
110 00 
256 00 
250 00 
109 80 

3.355 60 



1,200 00 

400 00 
3,086 00 

3,150 00 
1,800 00 

25,000 00 



7,000 00 
400 00 



2,675 69 




48,734 87 . 42,M36 00 



184 00 



80 00 
110 00 
110 00 
146 Oo 

73 00 

109 50 
91 25 
91 25 

110 00 
400 00 

73 00 

73 00 

109 50 

200 00 



1.10 00 
250 00 
110 00 
256 00 
2.10 00 
109 50 

,086 00 



109 50 



cts. 



269 60 



1,380 00 
300 00 



1,300 00 



6,124 36 



6,098 87 



240 00- 






40 





20 





30 





25 





25 





20 





20 



137 00 



30 
269 60 



41 



XL— PENSIONS— Co/?/mwe^/. 



(B) Estimate of Pensions Authokized by 
Statute. — Pensions to Judges. 

Supreme Court. 



Hon. Sir W B. Richards. 
Hon. J. T. Taschereau , 



Quebec. 



Hon. P. Winter 

Hon. W. Badql']!, Judge QueerC & Bench. 
Hon. J. A. B6rthelot do do 

Hon. W. C. Meredith 

Hon. G. V. E. Buchanan 

Hon. H. T. Rainville 

Hon. W. W. Chagnon 

Hon. L. V. Sicotte 



Ontario. 
J. M Lawder. late Judge, County Court., 



(t.M. Boswell 
J. R. Gowan 
J. G. Stephenson 
John Boyd 
D. H. Lizars 
R. Dennisioun 
Hon. A. Wilson 
W. Miller 
G. M. Clark 



do 
do 
do 
d.. 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Court of Queen's Bench 

County Court 

do 



1888-89. 



Nova Scctia. 



Hon. J. W. Ritchie 

B. C. Tremaine, County Judge. 



Neio Brunswick. 

E. Williston 

Miscellaneous Pensions. 

Nova Scotia. 

Hon. H. W. Craivley 

British Columbia, 

Capt. P. H. Hankin, R.N., late Colonial Secretary 

Sir C. Phillipo late Attorney General 

The 5 Stipendiary Magistrates or County Court 
Judges, viz. : — 

A. F. Pemberton 

H. M. Ball 

•P. O'Reilly 

E. H. Sanders 

W. H. Spalding 



Carried forward. 



cts 



5,333 33 
4,666 66 



2,333 33 
3,333 34 
3,333 34 
4,000 00 
2,666 66 
3,333 34 
2,666 66 
2,666 66 



1,600 00 
1,866 60 
1,866 60 
1,600 00 
1,600 00 
1,600 00 
1,600 00 
4,000 00 
1,733 33 



3,333 34 



1,733 28 



1,200 00 



2,595 56 



1,622 16 
2,266 56 



18S9-0Q. 



1,999 92 
1,622 16 



68,172 83 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



Increase. 



Decrease. 



$ cts. 



4,666 66 



2,333 33 



3,333 34 
4,000 00 
2,666 66 
3,333 34 
2,666 66 
2,666 66 



1,600 00 
1.866 60 
1,866 60 
1,600 00 
1,000 00 
1,600 00 
1,600 00 
4,000 00 
1,7.^3 33 
1,600 00 



3,333 34 
1,600 00 



1,733 28 



2,595 56 
584 00 



1.622 16 
2,266 56 



1,999 92 
1,622 16 



cts. 



1,600 00 



1,600 00 



$ cts. 



5,333 33 



3,333 34 



584 00 



62,090 16 ' 3,784 00 



1,200 00 



9.866 67 



• In abeyance whilst employed as Indian Reserve Commissioner. 



4-2 



XL— VESSIO:^^— Concluded. 



Brought forward 

Militia Pensions. 



1888-89. 



$ CIS. 

68.172 83 



For Militiamen and Widows of Militiamen, Upper 

Canada (War of 1812) 3.840 00 

For Militiamen and Widows of Militiamen. Lower 

Canada (AVar of 1812) 60 00 



.Military Asylum Pe.ssioxs. 
Expenditure authorized by 44 Vic, cap. 18. 

SCPKRAX.VUATIOX. 

Amount required for superannuation 



408 00 



223,000 00 



18S9-»0. 



Compared with 
Estimates ot 1888-39. 



295,480 83 



Increase. Decrease. 



$ cts. S Cts 

62,090 16 3,784 00 



3,680 00 
60 00 



384 00 




» cts. 
9.866 67 



ICO 0» 



286,214 16 



M 00 



3.000 00 
9,266 6T 



SUMMARY 



Total to be voted 48 734 87 42 0.36 00 




6 698 87 


Total authorized bv Statute 295,480 83 286,214 16 




9,266 67 









i 344,215 70 328,250 16 




15,965 54 





43 



XII.— MILITIA. 



To 1)6 Voted $1,290,200 00 



■62 
€3 



€4 



65 



€6 1 



67 



69 



70 

I 
71-! 



72 



73 



Salaries, Militia Branch and District Staff... 

Brigade Mnjors, salaries, transportexpenses, 
(fee 

Ammunition, including artillery 
ammunition, and manufacture 
of small arm ammunition at 
the Cartridge Factorj^ at Que- 
bec $50,000 00 

Clothing and great coats 90,<i00 00 

Military stores 60,000 00 



Public armouries and care of arms, includ- 
ing pay of Storekeepers, Caretakers, 
Storemen and Armourers 

Drill instruction $ 40,000 00 

Drill pay and other incidental 
expenses connected with the 
drill and training of the 
Militia 250,000 00 



1888-89. 



Contingencies and general services not 
otherwise provided for, including grants 
to Artillery and Rifle Associations and 
Bands of efficient corps 

Dominion Rifle Association — Government 
grant 

Dominion Artillery Association — Govern- 
ment grant towards Artillery competition 
to be held in Canada, or for sending a 
team of Dominion Artillerymen to com- 
pete at Shotburyncss, England 

Improved rifled ordnance 

Military Properties, Drill Sheds — 
Rifle ranges and care and main- 
tenance of Military I ropertics$22,000 00 
Construction and repaiis 75,000 00 



Barracks in Pritish Columb'a 

Royal Military College of Canada 

Permanent Forces — Pay and 

maintenance of "A," "B" 

and " C " Batteries, Schools 
of Artillery at Quebec, 

Kmgston and Victoria, B.C.. $180,000 00 
Cavalry and Infantrv Schools 

at Quebec, Fredericton, St. 
' Johns, I'.Q-, Toronto and 

Winnipeg 304,000 00 



Total. 



$ cts. 
14,100 CO 
15,100 00 



1889-90. 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



205,000 00 
G0,C00 00 

290,000 00 

38,000 00 
10,000 00 



2,000 00 
3,000 00 



97,000 00 

4,000 00 

59,000 00 



522,700 00 



$ cts. 
14,100 00 
15,100 00 



1,319,900 00 



200,000 00 
60,000 00 

290,(00 00 

38,000 00 
10,000 00 



2,000 00 
3,000 00 



97,000 00 



Increase. Decrease 



77,000 00 



484,000 00 



1,290,200 00 



$ cts. 



cts. 



5,000 0» 



18,000 00 



4,.C00 Oft 



38,700 00 



29,700 00 



44 



XlL—lsnUTlA— Concluded. 



Details compared with Estimates of 1888-S9. 



X-imVicr. 



1888-89. 1889-90. 



10 



Service. 



10 



Salarief, Military Branch and 
District StnfT. 



1 Major-General Commandiap the 
Militia — Pay and allowance 

1 Adjutant-General at Headquar- 
ters — Pay 



Expenditure under Statute 38 
Vic, cap. 8 



Aide-de-Camp to the General 
Officer Ccmmandiug i.. 



District S'af. 

District Deputy Adjutants-Gen- 
eral, at $1,200 each 



Staf Allowances. 

Allowance to Adjutant-General 
at Headquarters 

Allowance to District Deputy 
Adjutants-General, 6 at $500 
each 



In-'pect r </ Artillery. 

Inspector of Artillery and war 
like stores for the Dominion of 
Canada — 

Pay $1,800 00 

Staff allowaucc... 500 00 



1888-89. 



18$9 »0. 



CtS.; S CtS 



4,000 00 
2.600 00 



1,000 00 



7,200 00 



600 00 



3,000 00 



2,300 00 



4,000 00 
2,600 00 



6,600 00 6.C00 00 



1,000 00 

7,2<-0 00 

600 00 
3,000 00 



2,300 00 



14,100 00 14,100 00 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-8 



Increase. I Decrease. 



CtS. 



CtS- 



J 



45 



Xrri.— UllLW-lYS AND CANiLS— CfIA.RaE.lBLE TO CAPITAL. 



74 



75 



76' 



Amount to be Voted 16,301,340 00 



"1 



Revote. 



RAILWAYS. 
Canadian Pacific Railway. 

Construction (iacluding the remuneration to be paid to 
L. K. Jones, a permanent officer of tiie Department 
of Railways and Canals, as Secretary ot the Com- 
mission of Arbitrators, appointed by Order in Council 
dated 27th February, 1888, and in addition to his 
regular salary) 

To pay L. K. Jones for services as Private Secretary to 
the Chief Engineer of the Canadian Pacific Railway, 
from 1st July, 1889, to 30th June, 1890 



Intercolonial Railway. 



Increa.sed accommodation at Halifax 

do do Moncton 

Rolling stock 

Extension of the shed to repair cars, Richmond 

Iron overhead bridge at the Foundry Crossing, Truro 
(provided the Government is indemnified by the Town 
of Truro against any claims for damages by reason 
of the construction of said crossing) 

To provide for a Y at Truro Station 

Extension along city front at St John, upon condition 
that the city provide the right of way and other 
necessary lands, free of charge, and assume all lia- 
bility for claims for damage by reason of the track 
running along the street," both as regards damage to 
property or person or otherwise 

Increased accommodation at St. John 

do do iSpri'ig Hill 

do do Maccan 

St. Charles Branch 

Pict'u T, IV a Branch 

I'alhousie Branch 

Dartnowh Branch 

Indiantowa Branch 

' 'oi itruction '" 

Heating cars by steam and lighting by electricity 



Cape Bketon Railway. 



Construction 

Construction of a bridge over " The Narrows 



Oxford and New Glasoow Railway. 
Construction 



Eastern Extension Railway. 
Eastern Eztention Railway 



Total to be 
1888-89. Voted for 
1889-SO. 



$ Ct3. 



§ CtS. 



190,000 00 
100 00 



190,100 00 



5,000 00 
32,000 00 



3,500 00 

4,000 00 

3,000 00 

188,000 00 

34,000 00 

17,000 00 

16,000 00 

15,000 00 

7,000 00 

25,000 00 



349,500 00 



800,000 00 



800,000 00 



750,000 00 



33,000 00 



$ Ct3. 



20,000 00 
100 00 



20,100 00 



150,000 00 

67,500 00 

17,000 00 

2.500 00 



5.000 00 
7,500 00 



17,000 00 
25,000 00 



291,500 00 



700,000 00 
400,000 00 



1,100,000 00 



300,000 00 



46 



XIII— RAILWAYS AND CANALS— CIlARaEABLE TO CAPITAL. 



79 



f2< 

83 
84 
85 
86 



87 
88 
89 
90 



Re vote 



1883-89. 



Total to be 

I Voted tor 



CAXALS. 

.Sault Ste. Marie 

Lachiae 

Cornwall 

Williamsliurgh — 

Tiiwards enlarging the Farran's Point Division 

For the construction of an entrance and lock at the 

head of Rapide Plat Canal 

Towards the improvement of the wori<s at the head 
of the Galops Canal 

St. Lawrence River and Canals — Lake St. Louis and 
Canal between Lakes St. Louis and St. Francis 

St. Lawrence River and Canals 

Murray— Towards compleiing the present works 

Welland 

do deepening to 14 feet throughout 

do land and damages, (Jrand River 

Trent River Navigation — For construction of locks and 
the improvement of navigation between Lakefield 
and Balsam Lake 

Ste. Anne 

Grenville 

Tay 

Culbute — To remove a shoal above the locks, land dam- 
ages and works connected with the retaining dams... 



8 cts. 

991,400 00 

79.000 00 

624,000 00 

100,000 00 

60,000 00 

140,000 00 

300,000 00 
20,000 00 

44,000 00 

100,000 00 

12,700 00 



r.0,000 00 

24,640 00 
7,000 00 



13,000 00 



997,650 00 

88,000 00 

724,000 00 

100,000 00 

73,000 00 

183,000 00 

300,000 00 
30,000 00 
75,000 00 
64,400 00 

190,000 00 
13,500 00 



88.000 00 

24,640 00 

7,000 00 

78,000 00 

21,000 00 



cts. 



1.291,400 0(> 

79,000 Oi> 

1,200,000 00 

100,000 00 

360,000 00 

340,000 00 

600,000 00 
20,000 00 
217,000 00 
100,000 00 
100,000 00 
12,700 00 



80,000 00 

44,640 00 

7 000 OO 

25,000 00 

13,000 00 



Total 2,505,740 00 '3,057,190 00 4,589,740 00 



SUMMARY. 



Revote. 



1888-89. 



Canadian Pacific Railway 

Intercolonial do 

Cape Breton do 

Oxford and Xew Glasgow Railway. 

Eaitern Ezttnsion Railway 

Canals 



Totals. 



Ct?.! 



cts. 



190,100 00 20,100 00 
349,500 00 291,500 00 
800,1100 00 1,100,000 00 
750,000 00 300,000 00 
33,000 00 
2,565.740 00 {3,057, liiO 00 !4, 589, 740 00 



1889-90. 



cts. 



Increase. 



Decrease. 



* cts 



300,000 00 
i',532",550*00 



i; cts. 

170,000 00 
58,000 00 

450,000 00 
33,000 00 



2,505,74000 5,179 790 00 6,301,310 00 1,121,550 00 



47 



XIV.— EAILWA'YS AND CANALS— CHAllGEABLE TO INCOME. 



Amount to be Voted $221,051 00 



O 
> 




Revote. 


1888-89. 


Total to b& 

"Voted for 
18S9-90. 


o 
6 

>5 






CANALS. 

BUACHARNOIS CaXAL. 

C eariii (J out bo tic m of canal 


% cts. 


$ cts. 
10,150 00 


$ cts. 


91 


Lachine Caxal. 

To pay J. Rielle for preparing " Proces Verbal" re 
lands 




4,907 00 
18,000 00' 


1 


Wellaxd Caxal 

Repairing pier?. Port Colbourne and Port Maitland, and 
canal banks, summit level 








Weirs and dam at JJunnvitle 




13,000 00 
5,000 00 
6,000 00 

15,000 00 

7.500 00 
12,000 00 

1,200 00 

4,000 00 ■ 
13,650 00 

39,200 00 
50,000 00 
10,000 00 




Ti uards tilling a p nd at St. Cafhartnes 








Bridge over old Lock No. 2 and road 


6,000 00 


6,000 OO 
30,000 00- 




Overhauling the superstructure of the pier at Port Dal- 
housie, removal of shoal, also construction of piers 
for bridge at Thorold 


92^ 


Ccnstruction of a new highway bridge ever the river at 
the Town 'J Chipptivo 




/ 


Reconstructing culvert under feeder above junction 

To improve the outlet of Sunfish Creek from the Feeder 

to Grand River 

Construeiion oj a bridge across the Feeder, at the Forks 

Road 


3,000 00 
1,200 00 


3,000 00 
1,200 00' 




Construction '/dams ab- ve and beluw Dunnville Weirt... 






\ 
93 


Chambly Canal. 

Raising banks, lowering bottom of canal, rebuilding 
lock walls, &c 




15,000 00 

44,000 00 

10,000 00' 

2 000 00' 


94 
95 
96 


St. Ocrs Lock. 
Towards overhauling foundation of lock 

Ste. Axxe's Lock. 
Strengthening old pier below lock 

Carillon and Grexville Caxal. 
To provide for two sets of stop logs 


44,000 00 
10,000 00 


97 


Cornwall Caxal. 

To provide for a residence and an ofiBce for the Collector 
at Cornwall 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


2 000 00 




Carried forward 






60,200 00 


188,700 00 


136,107 00 



48 



XIY.— KAIUVAY AND CANALS-CHARaEABLE TO INCOME. 



Revote. 



1888-89. 



Total to be 

Voted for 
l«H9-90 



99' 



$ cts 



$ cts. 



$ cu. 



Brought forward 

C AVALS— Continued. 
Trent River Navic.atiox. 



To setlh claim ij Thomas Stephens n as per agreement . 

To build a dam at BobcaygS' n [. 

<jo J'To build a landing pier at Lakefield, and repair ihe, 
^^^ roads at Buckhorn ! 

Cleaning out the channel at several points between^ 
Lakefield and Balsam Lake 



66,200 00 I 188,700 00 i 136,10100 



100 



101 \ 



RiDE.\u Canal. 

Fi,T changing the location o/ the swi'^g bridge (ver the 
canal ai Smith' s Falls 

Wharf accommoda'icn near Maria Street Bridge 

For works necessary to complete the supply to the canal 
and the Gananoque River 

Renewal of bridge at Manotick 

Cons ruction oj a Irid/e over the canal bdween Concei- 
sions '.'and O Nepean front 

To pay claims and legal expenses for land damages 

Construction of a dredge 



3.900 00 
5,800 00 



CuLBUTE Canal. 

Road to replace one destroyed by raising water by con- 
struction of dams, Calumet Island 



13,000 00 
1,000 00 



2,000 00 
15,000 00 

4,500 00 

8,500 00 



6,500 00 
2,500 00 

12,000 00 
6,000 00 



7,000 00 



MiSCKLLANEOLS. 

Miscellaneous works not otherwise provided for 

Arbitrations and awards ■ 

Surveys and inspections 

General dredging on canals 



3,900 00 
5,800 00 



12.000 00 
1,000 00 



CHARGEABLE TO INCOME. 
Railways. 



102 



Surveys and Inspections. 
IRailwav Statistics 




227,057 00 



49 



XV.- PUBLIC WORKS-CHARGEABLE TO CAPITAL. 



Details. 



Revotc. 



Appropria- 
tion. 
1888-89. 



Total to Ije 

Voted for 
1889-90.. 



103 



104 
105 



Pciiuc Buildings. 
Ottawa. 
Additional Public Building, Wellington street. 

Harbours and Rivers. 
Ontario. 



Amount required for construction of Port Arthur Harbor 

and for Kaminlstiquia River 

Kingston Graving Dpck 



$ cts- 



% cts, 



100,000 00 



$ Cts. 



90,000 Oft' 



New Brunswick. 
10(> iCape Tormentine Harbor 



4:;,ooo 00 125.700 00 I 133,000 00 

24,000 00 75,000 00 ; 124.000 0G>' 



00,000 00 I 85,000 00 



127,000 00 385,700 00 



(50,000 00 



407,000 GO 



'2—4* 



50 



XYI— PUBLIC WORKS-CHAKGEABLE TO INCOME. 



Details. 



Re vote. 



Appropria- 
tion 
1888-89. 



Total t<i be 

Voted for 

lS!>»-00- 



10^ 



PtBLK; BolLDl.NfJS. 

Nova Scotia. 



Annapolis Post Ofifice, Custom House, &c 

Halifax Domiiiion Huilding — Repairs. &c 

Sydnej' (South) Post Office, Custom House, Ac. 

I .Halifax Examining Warehouse 

\ Antigonish Fublic Building 



S Ct3, 



10.000 00 



3,000 00 



$ cts. 



19,500 00 

1.500 00 

10,000 on 

300 00 
650 00 



10?/ 



New Brunswick. 



Dalhousie Post Office _ 

Fredericton Post Office, Custom House, &c. 

St. John Dominion Buildinj^s — Improvements) &c 

Wood.stock Post Office— To complete 

Haihurst Post Office, Custom House, &c 

St. John J'ost Offic — fatnttnij, S^'c 

do Alitine Jlcpital 

do Sati'tys Bank — Renewals, ^e 

do Custom Ilouie — Improvements, rensioah, J|'c. 



13,500 00 ! 31,950 00 



109' 



Quebec. 

Ajlmer Post Office— To complete 

Coaticook I'ost Office, Custom House and Inland Rev- 
enue Office — To complete 

(Irosse Isle Quarantine Station 

Hull Post Office and Inland Revenue Office — To complete 

.Joliette Post Office — To complete 

Laprairie Post Office— Site to be furnished bj- Local 
Authorities free of cost 

Montreal Dominion Buildings — Impiovementsand repairs 

L.Tchine Post Office, &c 

Montreal Post Office — Safe, &c 

Montreal Post Office — Electriclighting, extensioiis, alter- 
ations, &c 

Quebef Custom House 

Quebec Dominion Buildings — Improvements, <kc 

Riviere du Loup (Fraserville) Post Office, Custom House, 
&c 

Siierbrooke Public Building — Improvements 

St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary 

St. Hyacinthe Post Office, Custom House, &c 

St. Jerome Public Building — To complete 

Three Rivers Dominion Building.s — Improvements. &c 

Montreal Inland Itevenue Buildimf — Im/irovcmentx, ^'c 

V • - . 

V 



iteen's WharJ liuHdings, (Quebec — l-'enci ng , 6(c. 
itehec Examining Warehouse — Furniture, tjc... 



<Juebec Imvigralioi Building 

Queiee (Jbxervatort/ — Imprvemenis, furniture, ^c 

Sorel Pub ic Huildi»g — Impnvemei.ts 

Quebec Immigrant Building on I'rincexs Louise Kmbank 

1 ment — '/'o complete , 

iThree Hivers d-sl'^m Ilmise, Outbuildings, ^"c 

\Quebec Immigratiin Building on Princest Louise Km^ 
i bankment — Wa'er S'ipply 

Clip' under Citadel, (Quebec — Removing loose rock and 
making good damages to proprrty by falling rocks, 
including survey and superintend-nce 



4,000 00 



12.000 00 
l,00'i 00 
1.500 00 
2.400 00 
2,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
2,000 00 



4,000 00 



23,900 00 



2,000 00 



2,000 00 



7,000 00 

16,000 00 

3,800 00 

900 00 

10,000 00 

5,000 00 

1,500 00 

2,500 00 

5,200 00 

2,000 00 

4,000 00 

1,500 00 

6,000 00 

500 00 

25,000 00 

4,000 00 

6,000 00 

500 00 

700 00 

1,500 00 

300 00 

5,000 00 

600 00 

800 00 

1,000 00 

GOO 00 

3,000 00 



1,000 00 



115,900 00 



% cts 



10.000 00 

1,500 00 

10,00f) 00 

175 DO 



21.675 OO 



12.000 00 

650 00 

1.500 00 

900 00 



15,050 OO 



6,900 00 

2,000 OO 
500 00 
700 00 

7,000 00 

3,000 00 

1,500 00 

6,000 00 

400 00 

1,250 00 

500 00 

1,500 00 

2,000 00 

250 OO 

20,000 00 

6,000 00 

9,500 00 

500 00 



69,500 00 



51 



XVI.— PUBLIC WORKS— CHAIiGEABLE TO mCOWE— Continued. 



Details. 



Public Buildings— Cowiinwerf. 



Ontario. 



110 



\ 



Almonte Post Office, Custom House, &c 

Brampton Piihlic Building 

Cayuga Post Offiie — To complete 

Cobourg Post Office, Custom House, &c — To complete 

Gananoi|ue P(«t Office, Custom House, Sc;. — To complete 

Goderich Post Office, Custom House, &c 

Government Printing Bureau — To complete 

Kingston Penitentiary 

Lindsay Post Office, Custom House, &c 

London Custom House (Revote of lapsed amount) 

;Na|ianec Post Office, Custom House, &c. — To complete 

Pembrolie Post Office, Custom House, &c 

Port Artliui- Post Office, Custom House, &c., oa proper 
site being given 

Prescott Post Office and Custom House Buildings 

Strathroy Post Office, Custom House, &c 

Toronto Dominion Buildings — Improveinents, &c. 

Trenton Public Building 

Toronto Examining AVarehouse , 

Toronto Drill Hall — For the construction of, on condition 
that the City of Toronto provide a plot of land, 
agreed upon 

Departmental Buildings, Ottawa— Reconstruction of 
elevator in Western Block .' 

Renewing skyli;ihf, House rf Commons , 

Toronto Examining Warehouse — Outbuilding 

Kingston. Kxamininr) Warehouse , 

Toronto Cys om House — Improvements , 

Par iamfnt Building, ottaioa : — 

Coverning lea -t) roifof Librari/ , 

Becovering roofs ofventi'atiig shafts with tia , 

Improving ventilatioi of House rf Comm >ns , 

Branffjrd J'ost Office, Custom IIous', ^'c. — Furniture 
fittings, <|-c 

B lleville Post Offic', Cust m Ho 'se, Sfc. — Repairs 

St. Catharines Post Office, ^"•. — Improvements 

Guelph Post Offi'-e — Improvements, ^c 

Himilton Drill 11 aH 

London Infantry School 

Ottawa Post Office, Custom House, ^c 

Public Buildings, Ottawa — Parliam'.nt BnUdings—du- 
covering, <fc. of lean-to roof s, <j-tf 

St. Thomas Post Office, Custom lloufe^Sfe 

Toronto Post Office 



Winisor Post Office, Custom Ho'ise, Sfc— Repairs. >S'C. 
Kingston Penile diary — To c mp'e e and eilarge 



gas 



generator and fittings, ^'c. 
Belleville Post Office, Custom House, 4"c. — Pur'dture 
tiarrie, Loadoi and Windsor Post Offices — Impr^vemnts, 

repairs, ^~c. 



Revote. 



$ «tg 



A))propi'ia- 
tion 

1888-89. 



2,000 00 



30,000 00 
1,275 00 



33,275 00 



$ cts. 



7,000 00 
7.000 00 
7,000 00 
7.000 00 
7,000 00 
8.000 00 
115.000 00 
20,71)0 00 
7,000 00 
5.000 00 
7,000 00 
8,000 00 

7,000 00 

15,000 00 

7,000 00 

i.r.oo 00 

7.000 00 
2,500 00 



60,000 00 

1.275 00 

3.250 00 

725 00 

10.000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 
1,500 00 
4,000 00 

3.'^0 00 

400 00 

500 00 

2,000 00 

21,000 00 

5,G00 00 

1,000 00 

5.000 00 

'500 00 

750 00 

2,000 00 

350 00 
175 00 

800 00 

369,475 00 



Total to be 
Voted for 



$ Ct3. 



7.000 00 

7,000 00 

4.500 OQ 

6,000 00 

2., 500 00 

7,000 00 

33,000 00 

20,000 00 

9,000 00 

4,000 00 

ILOOO 00 

8^000 00 

7,000 00 
10,000 00 
7,000 00 
1,500 00 
7.000 00 



.30,000 00 
3,000 00 

ir.o 00 



184,650 00 



•2-4i* 



52 



XVI.— PUBLIC WORKS— CHARaEAlU.E TO i:^COM.E—Contin7jed. 



Details. 



Re vote. 



Appropua- 
tion 

1888-89. 



Total to be 
Voted for 



Public Buii-Di.sciS — Continued. 
Manitoba. 



Ill 



Brandon Post Office 

Brandon Immigrant Building — Improvements, &c 

Mani oba PenitC'tiary 

Winnipeg Itnmii/rani Building ~ 

Win ipfg Immigrant buildi g, including site, ^'c. — 

Additional, amount req^'ired 

Ma'itoba Pehiteidiartj — Additional, amount required tor 

Ttsidences of thaplai ns and Surgtons 



$ cts. 



9.300 00 



15.000 00 

250 00 

75.000 0(( 

15,000 00 

5,000 00 

3,000 00 



5? cts. 



10.000 (lO 
350 00 



113 



114 



115 



North- West Territories. 



Public Buildings, North-AVest Territories generalh- 

Residence for Lieutenant Governor of North-West Ter- 
ritories, Regina 

Calgary Court House, Jail, &c. ..., 

Crown Lan<ls and Timber Agents' Offices at Regina, 
Prince Albert and Edmonton 

Court House, Lock-up and Police accommodation at 
Moosomin. Wolseley, Maple Creek and Medicint.- Hat.. 

Lifutenant-Governor' s Resdence, Regina — Repairs 

North- West Mounted Police Buildings i 

MtcLfoi vuiiom llauisf i 

tiatiU ford Land and Hegisinio Office — To cumpLeie vauU,\ 
#c 

Fort Macleod— Storehouse for use <J Collector of Oustomt 
and Inspector of Cattle Ranches i 



;).300 00 113.2.")0 00 , 10,350 00 



5.000 00 

15.000 00 
10,000 00 



10.000 00 



15,000 


oo 


10,000 


00 


•J. 000 


00 


100.00(1 00 ] 


l.OOO 


00 1 



5.O00 00 

15,000 OO 
10,000 00 

10,000 oo 

7,000 0(1 



2.500 00 
1.000 00 



British Columbia. 

I 
General rep.iirs and improvements, Public Buildings.! 

British Columbia . 

Vancouver Po.it Office, Custom House. S[c 

British Columbia Penitentiary 



10,000 00 161.500 00 47,000 00 



Public Buildings Generally. 
Public Buildings Generally 



.^.()00 00 

10,000 00 
25,500 00 

.38.5(10 HO 



3.000 00 



15.000 00 



15.000 00 



Repairs, Furniture, Heating, ^"c. 

I 
Repairs, furniture, &c 190,000 Oo 



Grounds, Public Buildings. Ottawa. 

Removal of snow, I'uldic Building.-;, Ottawa 

Heating do do 

Gas and electric light do do 

Water do do 

.\llowanre for fu( 1 and light. Ridcau Hall 

Telephonic service, Public Buildings, Ottawa. 

Major's Hill Park, Ottawa 

Salaiies of Engineers, Firemen, Caretakers. 
Dominion Publi<; Buildings 



kc, of 



Carried forward. 



")0o OO 

2,000 0(t 

00,000 0(1 

25.0(10 (10 

16,000 00 

8.0(10 Oo 

:;.ooo (to 

8.50(1 (HI 

46.000 00 



70,000 0(1 

7,000 0(» 

2,000 0(1 

OOiOOO 00 

26,000 00 

20,000 00' 

8,000 00 

:!,oo(i 00 

7,0(iO 0(» 
5.">.000 0(t 



303,000 00 ;;58,ooo oo- 



53 



XVI.— PUBLIC WORKS- CHARGEABLE TO mCOM.E— Continued. 




Repairs, Furniture, Ilea {"[/. 4'c- — Concluded. 



iHeating Dominion Public Buildings — Fuel, &c 

Lighting Dominion Public l?uildings I 25,000 00 

— -° - - ' 10,000 00 



368,000 00 



-.0.000 00 



;ii5; 



!]♦)< 



Wiiter for do do 

Materials for repair;, &c., in (connection with voitilation 

and lighting Public Buildings. Ottawa 

Sundrj' supplies for Caretakers, Engiueers, Firemen, <fec., 

; Dominion Biiilnings 

■To meet disbursements for petty repairs, &c., in con- 
j nection with Dominion Public Buildings, hitherto 
j made directly by the various Dopartments occupying 

j the oflSees 

|Donvinion Immigration Buildings — Repairs, furniture, 

&c 

Commutation of qrounir en', payable semi- annually, for 

nte of old Parliament House, Quebe'., at the rate (j 

$4,444.41 per annum > 



Harbors and Riveus. 
Nov J Scotia. 



Arisaig — Completion of pier 

Barrington Passage Pier 

Cheticamp — To complete 

;Cow Bay — Repairs 

East River of Pictou — Removing rocks — To complete . 

lEatonfille Pier — To complete„ 

Mabou 



Noel 

Partridge Island River 

Port Hood — Repairs 

Sheet Harlior — To complete 

Wallace Harbor 

Bay St. Law f nee.....: 

\Bayfi'ld Whaif^Repn's, renewais, dredging, ^c.. 

I Hlue R<,ck — To complete 

Broai Cove 

Lismore 



2,000 00 



Spencer^ s Island Pter — To complete. 

Yarmouth — R-mnval ofro'^ks 

Gabarus and Be fry Lakes Channel. 

De'ap' s <!(iv' 

White Point, VietoriaCo ^. 

Beaver River — Extension ofpi-rs 

Port Lome — Repairs 

Parker's f^ov — Repairs 

Western Head 

Bamp'on — Repairs 

Port Greville— Protection work 



>.000 00 



5,000 00 



,000 00 



2,000 00 



74,074 00 



>44,074 00 



2,000 00 



P,500 00 

3,000 00 

2,000 00 

3,900 00 

700 00 

3,000 00 

1,000 00 

3,000 00 

3,000 ftO 

3,300 00 

2,000 00 

1,000 00 

2,000 00 

3,500 00 

3,000 00 

2,300 00 

1,000 00 

5,000 00 

1.000 00 

800 00 

1.000 00 

2,500 00 

1,500 00 

200 00 

200 00 

2,000 00 

750 00 

400 00 

61,550 00 



$ cts. 
358,000 00 



50,000 00 
30,000 00 
15,0<"10 OO 

5,000 00 

5,000 On 



5,01X1 00 
2.000 00 



470,000 00 



6,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

2,000 00 

50(» 00 

2,100 00 

i,fw)o m 

2,000 m 

2,000 00 

2,.'->(Mt 00 

1,0110 00 

1.000 ftO 



22,100 00 



64 



XVI.— PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGE ABLE TO mCOlslE- Con tinned. 



I 
o 

t> 

o 


l>otail?. 


Revote. 


' Aj'piojjiia 
lion. 

lS;8-»9. 


- TofKl to I,e 
\'ott-d Jor 


U. 





















118< 



119 



120'' 



cl*- 



Hariioks am> KivKi.s — Continued. 



Prince Kdivurd Island. 



f jCaicumpec — Reniova 

117 \ jSouris East — Briakwi 

( I Repairs to piers and I 



1 of rock , 

atcr at Kuip 
breakwaters. 



Its Point, repairs, Jcc. 



2,(110 oil 

:>,ooo 00 

G.OOO OO 



2,000 OO 
3, GOO 0(> 
0,f>00 OO 



Ntw Jirunsirick. 



13.000 00 11,000 OO 



River St. John— River des Chutes to Woodstock and' 
above Grand Falls, includiajr removal ofobstruc-i 
tions between Frederictun and Woodstock ; alsol 

River Tobique. — To complete 

Kdgett's Ldudincr— Ballast wharf. .....'.!'.'.._ 

Maisonnette- — To complete I |,000 00 I 

St. Louis — To complete j 1,000 00 j 

St. John Harbor— Negro Point breakwater o'oOO 00 i 

Richibucto — Protection works 

Campbell ton Ballast Wharf. !.!.!.'!!!!!!.!!..."...! 

Grande Anse — To complete \ ' 

\Kocher Bay, Anderson' s Uotlow— To compl-te.. i 

'Bar/ Verte JJallm^t t'ier j 

River Kennebfcaais j 

Aniersuiii Uoiu w — To complete work : 



6.000 00 
2.000 OO . 
2,000 00 
S,800 00 . 

]0,0O<» 00 • 

:{,oiMi 00 ' 

],.">00 00 

2,0"" 00 

7.50 00 ; 

3,000 00 I 

2! 000 0" \ 

4.'>0 00 



4,000 (M> 
3.500 00 
li.f'iOO 0(» 
1,000 OO' 

n.ooo oi> 
1,000 of>. 

6,000 0(» 
2,500 OU 



Marilime Prcvincs flenendhj. 

General repairs and improvements, Maritime Provinces. 

Queb- c. 

jChenal du M..ine— Ice piers at Ste. Anne dc Sorel— To' 

i complete 

jChicoutimi, St. Alphonse, Anse St. Je.in and Ste. Anne 

I du Saguenay 

; Riviere du Liivre .'....!. .!!!!!.. !..!........ 

iRiver \icolet._ 

Trois Pistoles— Pier .■•••....*.. .!..!!!!!.!...!!!.!!!..! !!!!!! 

jSte. Adelaide de Pabus (Little Pab(.s)— To complete •'•••••' l."'"" 

River St. Francis __ 

|Riviere Ste. Anne de la Puiade ......!!.!..!!!!.. ."!!!"!!!! 

|Grand Pabos— Removal of shoal- To complete...!..'....!.... ......".'.'.' 

Anse i I'Eaii or Tadousac I'iei— To comidete repairs 

Murray Hay. He aux Coudies, I.es Eboulemenls— Repairs 

, to piers. Ac ■ 

j River Vaniaska— Stone protection to dam, &c !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Barachois de Malbaie and month of Newport River— To 
I complete 

j.vew Carlisle— To complete....!!!!!!!.!!!!!.!!!-!!! !!!.!!!!!.!!!!!..! !!!!!.! 

;!>ie Verte Pier !.!.!...!!!...!! .!!!!!!!!..!i 

sorei Ice Piers ...!..."!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. 

lie Pvrrot I 



7,000 00 j 


;-{G,.'00 00 ; 


24,500 00 


1 

j 


12.000 Go 


12,00G 00 



Carried forward l,.">ou 00 



2,. ".00 GO 


2.."ioO 01 » 


3.G.")0 00 


:;,7.'".o 00 


311,000 00 


.^0.000 GO 


11.000 oO 


8,000 00 


1,000 00 


2.:)0o 00 


7..")00 00 


7.000 00 


3.000 00 


."i.OOO 00 


1.000 00 


2 000 00 


7.10 00 


l..')00 (M>. 


i.oto 00 


1,200 00 


3.700 00 


1,500 0(» 


2.2.'iO 00 


2,500 00 


l..">00 00 


2,000 ()0 


."..OOO 00 


3,000 00 


4.000 00 


4.000 00 


2,r.oo 00 


2.500 00 


2.r)00 i>o 


2,0(>o on 


'J 2, 4.^0 00 


80.yj0 00 



55 



XVI.— PUBLIC AVOUKS— CHARaEABLE TO INCOME— Continued. 



Details. 



. Appiopria- 
Revote. ■ lion, 

1 1888-8i>. 



Total to be 

Voted for 

1889-90. 



Harbors and Rivers — Continued. 
Quebec — Concluded. 



f cts. 



$ cts. 



Brought forward. 



1.500 00 92,450 00 



Riyer Cap de Chatte 

Three Rivers Pier — To complete 

General repairs and improvements. Harbors and Rivers, 

Quebec 

'■J'jtan:^ du Nord — To complete 

i fjaprame — Works in connection with ice pier 

'Perce — To complete 

\\ Rivers Madawaska and Cabaneau 

/ \ River Yamachiche 

120-, \Lake Megantic l^iers — Repairs 

\'.(irande Decharge, Lake St John, Pier 

• St. Laurent, Island of Orleans — fiers I 

\Baie St. Piul i 

{Piers at Mattawan, Long Sault ajidliake Temiscamingue' 

— Upper Ottawa j 

\Raising cribwork in front of new immigration building on' 

t breakwater, Quebec I 

\Papineauville or I entecost Bay Channel I 

Coteau du Lac — To complete pier.. 



5,0(K) 00 



Ontario. 



6,500 00 



3,000 00 



I Cobourg Harbor — Lake Ontario ;. 

' Kincardine — Repairs I. 

[Kingston Harbor — Lake Ontario j. 

jliiitle Nation River — Removal of obstructions 

McGregor's Creek — To complete |. 

Owen Sound |. 

IPort FAgn | 

jPort Hope — Repairs ;. 

,|Portsmouth — Repairs to pier — To complete :. 

^ver Ottawa — Improvement of steamboat clianiiel' 
through Narrows of Petawawa, above Peml»roke I. 

Meaford— The town having furnished $3,000— To completel. 
IjBelleville — To complete harbor works, the local autho-, 
/[ rities protecting the island with cribwork to the! 

1-'1{! j _ extent of $6,000 

\|Ridea 1 River — Dredging branch i. 

iCollingwood Harl)or — Works of improvement L 

'{Toronto Harbor — Works at eastern entrance, the City of' 

Toronto having to contribute $loo,(i0() ! 20,(i00 00 

Penetanguishene Harbor Woiks, locality having fur-[ 

aished $10,000 .^. j 5,(XK> 00 

'General repairs and improvements, Harbors and Rivers,! 

i Ontario j 

, Rtver I hames — Entrance channel , 

I liellevil e Harbor — To complete i... 

\Goderieh ' 

\Kingaville, Lake Erie \ 

■H ndeau do ;......, 

^Satdt Sie. Ma ie 



2,500 00 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 

3,000 00 

5,000 00 

5,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

700 00 

1,600 00 

400 00 

5,000 00 

1,500 00 

2,250 00 

3.000 00 

2.000 00 



146,400 00 



4,000 00 



10,000 00 

5,000 00 

0,000 00 

7,000 00 

7,750 00 

15,000 00 

5,000 00 

2,500 00 

4,000 00 

3,000 00 
5,000 00 



8,000 00 
3,500 00 
9,000 00 

50,000 00 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 
4,000 00 
2,000 00 

10,000 00 
2,400 00 
2,000 00 
7,000 00 



$ eta. 



80,950 00 

300 00 
5,000 00 

10,000 0^ 



9G,2.'")0 00 



6,000 00 

5.000 00- 
6,000 00 
4,000 00 
2,250 00 
15,000 UO 
3,000 00 
2,500 00 
1,000 00 

3,000 00 
3,000 00 



4,000 00- 
3,500 00 
5,000 00 

20,000 00 

5,000 0» 

10,000 00 



Carried forward 32,000 00 I 188,150 00 



98,250 00 



56 



XVr.— PUBLIC WORKS—CHARGEABLE TO INCOME— Conlinuet/. 



122 



123 



424 



11> 



Details. 



Revote. 



Appropria- 
tion, 
1888-89. 



Total to lie 

Voted fur 
1889-94K 



Hrought forward 

IIarhobs a.s'd Rivers — Concluded. 
Ontario — C oncl uded . 

Tj complete.. 



Tuhma Bai/, Cockbtirn Jslan 
Oakville JJarbor 




125 



MeGreoor' s li rbor — Protection works 
yfitld — Ke fairs 



aeurea 
Bayfitla 

Riviere aux Pucfs 

Th rnbury — / redgi-ig 

Improvement oj Marrows between Lakes Simcoe and Cou- 
ehiching 



Manitoba. 

General repjiii-s and improvements, Harhors and Rivers, 
Manitoba 



North-West Territories. 

General repairs and improvements, Harbors and Rivers 
North-West Terriiorier; 



British Columbia. 



Cowichan Rlrer 

Fraser River 

N'anaimo — Removal of Nicol Rock 

River Somass 

Columbia Kivcr — Improvemenis above Golden„ 

River Coquitlum 

General repairs and improvements, harbora and rivers, 

British Columbia _ 

Victoria UarLor — tiemovil ''frocks, S[c 

Aicomeckle an I Serpentine River — To Complete 

Bigg' s For tag — Channel 



1/ arbors and Rivers Generalli/. 
Harbors and rivers generally 



32,000 00 



5 cts. 
188,150 00 



1,000 00 
2,300 00 
2,000 00 
1.500 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 

500 00 



200,450 00 



2,000 00 



4.000 00 



1,000 00 

20,000 00 

10.000 00 

500 00 

5,000 00 

1,000 00 

2,000 00 

12.500 00 

1,500 00 

1,000 00 



54.500 00 



6,000 00 



DREi>r.is(;. 

N'ew dredging plant „ i | .".0.250 00 

Dredge veeseis— Repairs | ; 43,0(X) 00 

Dredging — N'ova-fScolia ") 

I'rince Edward Island. > 

New Brunswick J 

Quebec and Ontario 

Manitoba , 

British Columbia „ 

General service 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



40.000 00 



40.000 00 

l.'j.lHlO 00 

15,000 00 
10,000 00 



$ cts. 
98,250 ()(i 



98.2.VJ HO 



2,000 00 



4,000 •)» 



i,o<jo m 

10,00»1 (•(» 

5,000 00 

300 <M» 

5,<x)o m 

l,0«)O ll'l 
2,0<HI «KI 



24.3<t<i 00 



(J, Of* I no 



le.Mo oif 

31,5«(0 m 
40,oOO 'Ifl 

40,ono oo 

15.000 <KI 
15J100 00 

lO.ft.MI ItO 



193, 250 00 16H, IM «W 



57 



XYI.-rUBUC \yORKS— CHARGEABLE TO mCOME— Continued 



Details. 



Rcvote. 



127 



Si.iDics AND Booms. 



Slides and booms • 

Ciuiorqe liive'—Uam at Ragged Ckute, repairs 

River St. Ma •rice — Grand Mire, sorting b->oms, ^c, the 
Laurentidex I'ulp Company famishing an equal 
amount 



Appropria- 
tion 

1888-89. 



Total to be 
Voted for 



a28. 



ROAD-S .VXD BrIKGKS. 

Bridges, Ottawa City, over the River Ottawa, the Slides,! 

I the Ridciiu Canal and approaches thereto I 

'Aid towards the cnnslruction of a free bridge over the, 

I Old Man's River, at Fort Macleod 6,000 00 

Bridge across the Battle River, at Bat tie ford— To com- 

'"^ plete •• 

Bridge over the Belly River, at Lethbridge, X.AV.T 12.000 00 

Bridges on trail between Edmonton and Athabasca 

i Landing ••••-•• 2,000 00 

To pay one- half the cost oj the construction of a hndfe 
across Grand Riner at ih'. village of Vork, the County 

Council of Haldimand paying the other hilf .... 

New Iron Truss Bridge to replace the Union Suspension 



bri ige, Ottawa d"*" 

Reconstruclin of bridg* over north-OMSt channel, River 
Ottawa, at For tag- du tort 

McLaren's Bridge, Ottawa 

Paving Wellington Street, Ottawa, in front of GovrnmenU 
Grounds and Buildings 



$ cts. 



15.000 00 
800 00 



9,000 00 



$ Cts. 

i:..r,)o oil 



24,800 00 l.l.WO 0<> 



8.?,00 00 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 
15,000 00 



6,000 «H» 
17,«i>0 tW 

l2,oni.» m 



TEiiKORAPn Links. 



20,000 00 



2,000 00 ( 2.m\ >ia 



10,000 00 

45,000 00 

6,000 00 
2,000 00 

5,000 00 



113,300 00 



129 > 



Land and cable telegraph lines for the sea coasts and: 
islands of the Lower Rivers and Gulf of St. Law-| 
rence and Maritime Provinces : — 

Land line on north shore of St. Lawrence, exten- 
sion towards Pointc aux Er^quimaux 

Submarine cable for connecting Brier and Long 
Islands with Digby, the Telephone Company 
of Nova Scotia agreeing to construct and 
maintain all the land lines required to estab- 
lish an uninterrupted telegraphic comm\inica- 
tion between these islands and the Town of 
Digby 

Laud line between No^th Sydney and Meat Cove, re- 
poling — To complete • • 

Landlinefrom Grindstone Island to Allright Island 
{Magdalen Group) •• 

Line on north sh re of St. Lawrence— Improved re 
pai'ing facilities between Sault aux Vochon and 
Pointe des Monts 

New station at Big Bras d'Or, on the Meat Cove, 

Cape Breton Line ••••• 

To connect North-East Margaree with the Mabou- 
Chetieamp Telegraph Lint, the inhabitants of 
the locality furn shing and distributing the' 
poles 



2,000 00 



Carried forward. 



2,000 GO 



5,000 00 



2,000 00 

5,000 00 

750 00 

2,000 00 
150 00 

500 00 



-♦5,:-!O0 m 



ij-ooo «<> 



2.<XK> t30 



15,400 00 i i,o:i;t m 



58 



XVI.— PUBLIC WORKS— CHAHaEABLE TO mCOyiE— Continued. 






Details. 



J 



TiSQ 



i Appropda- ! Total to t>e 
Revijtc. [ tion, Voted for 

1 1888-89. j 18S9-90. 

I 



Tklecraph Lines — ConclndiJ. 



$ cts. 



S Cf^ 



Brought forward j 2,000 00 ; 15,400 00 



Telegraph Lines, Ontario :- 



PeUr 



Ugraph communica' ion between Pointe 

/stand. Lake Erie, uni viainlaxd 

Telephone connecion between Wolfe /."land. Lake 
Ontario, and the mm- land, the inhabitants 
furnishing and distributing the poles and pro- 
viding an ol)ice 

Telegraph Lines, Xorth-West Territories : — 

Line between Humboldt and Prince Albert, re- 
poling — To complete 

New station at Sajdle Ijake on the t/u Appelle- 

Kdmonton Line via Fort f'itt 

Telephone line to connect the Police IJeadquartei-s, &c. , 

with the Banff Telephone Kxchanye ' 

Telegraph lines, British Columbia : — ! 

Telegraphic connection of Boni lo Point vxith Vic-\ 

toria I 



Experimental Farms. 
13i ^Experimental Farms, buildings, fencing, <kc. 

Miscellaneous. 



j Miscellaneous works not otherwise provided lor 

'Surveys and inspections 

(Arbitrations and awards 



; National ArtCJallery. 



a.V2< 



■ Surveys and plans of (lovernment jiroperties in conntic- 

|i tion with Public Works 

\£zaminati>i. in connection with spring Jl too x "t Montrtal 

^ and vicinity, ir.clitdinf/ $750 to be paid to U. f . 

I Perley, Chief Engineer, I ubiic Work^ Department, 

iri full for services as Commissioner, nntuiihstan ^i"g 

th^ 5\st Section ff the Civil Service Act 

River 't. Lawrence, Ji'C, water levels, <J-c 

I To assist in the ertction of a monument to Cot. William 
To pay Kugr..,e Coste, expert fee for w rk done by h m in 
connection with Rivii re du Lihvre Works 



7.500 00 



2,500 00 



7.500 00 



600 00 



G50 00 



15,000 00 



$ cts. 



7,000 00 



1,000 00 



too 00 



2,000 00 j 49.150 00 ' 8,-300 00 



TD.OOO 00 I 30,000 0<» 




10 000 oe 

20,000 00 
5,000 00 
1,000 00 



10,000 00 

15,000 00 . 

5,000 0(> 

1,000 oo 



^'..000 00 1 3,000 00' 



2.500 00 I 

2,500 00 I 

1,000 00 ! 

120 00 



3,000 00 I 45,120 00 34,000 00 



59 



XVL—PUBLIC WORKS— CHAEGEABLE TO INCOME— Coticluded. 

RECAPITULATION. 




Public Buildings, Nova Scotia 



do New Brunswick 

do Quebec 

do Ontario 

do Manitoba- 

do North-West Territories 

do Britisli Columbia 

do Generally ■ 

do Repairs, Heating, Furniture, 



&c. 



Hnrlrtji-s and Rivers, Nova Scotia 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Dfeda-ing 

Slidt-s and Booms 

IJoads and Bridges.... 

Telegraphs 

Miscellaneous 

Sx^teriinental Farms 



New Brunswick 

Prince Pldwardlslaud 

Maritime Provinces gencrully. 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba -. 

North-West Territories 

British Columbia 

Generally- 



13,500 00 1 
4,000 00 
2.(100 'to 

33,275 00 
0,300 00 

10,000 00 



2,000 00 
T,000 ()(J 



6,500 00 
32,000 00 



20.0011 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 



31,9£0 00 I 

23,900 00 ' 

115,900 00 I 

369,475 00 | 

113,250 00 \ 

161,500 00 i 

38,500 00 

15,000 00 I 

544,074 00 i 

61,5r)0 00 I 

36,500 00 j 

13,000 00 j 

12,000 00 I 

146,40(1 00 I 

200,450 00 ' 

2^000 00 ' 

4,000 00 j 

54,500 00 1 

6,000 00 

193.250 00 I 

24,f00 00 

113,300 00 

49,150 00 

45,120 00 

70,000 00 



144,575 00 2,445,569 00 



21,075 00 
15,050 00 
69,500 00 
184',650 00 
10,35(1 00 
47,000 OO 

3,000 OO 
15,000 Of) 
470,00(1 cO 
22,100 m 
24,500 OO- 
11,(JOO (10 
12,000 00 
96,250 00 
98,25(1 OO 

2,1100 01 > 

4,00(1 00 
24,300 00 

6,(J(t() (10 

168,450 OO 

15,000 (lO 

45,300 (10 

8,300 00 
34,000 01 ► 
30,000 00 



1,437,675 00 



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XVITT— OCEAN AND RIVER SERVICE. 



Amount to be Voted $213,600 00 



Service. 



1888-89; 



I $ cts. 

140 Maintenance and repairs of Government 

I Steamers | 130.000 00 

147 'To provide for the examination of Masters' 
' and Mates 

148 Rewards for saving life and life-lioat service 

149 |To provide for investigations into wrecks, 
i and collection of information relating 
I to disasters to sliippinjr 

15i> Canadian registration of shipping 

151 Montreal and Quebec River and Water 
I Police 

152 Removal of obstructions in navigable rivers, 
including removal of wreck of steamer 
''Ottawa'' in River St Lawrence 

153 Winter service. Prince Edward Island 

To provide /or a new steamtr tor th' winter \ 

tervice bttween Prince Edward Island, 

andthe munlund j 150,000 00 

To provide a small s'eam vessel Jot tht use oj\ 
the ' us'oms, Interior and Fisheries De-\ 
partments in the waters qf the Province] 
of British Columbia j 10,000 00 

To provide /or injuries received ty Hichard\ 
C. Soy from exposure during the wreck' 
of the steamer ^- Pi inetss Louise" 200 00 



6,000 00 
10.000 00 



1.500 00 
500 00 



10.000 00 



14,000 00 
5,000 00 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



1889-00. 



Increase. 



;r cts. 

145.000 00 

6.O00 00 
10,000 00 

1,000 00 


$ cts. 
15,000 00 


500 00 
40 itOO 00 




6,000 00 
5,0(10 00 















Details. ; 

" Napoleon III. ' Quebec 30.000 00 , 25.ooi( oo 

"Druid" do ' 15,000 00 ; 30.000 00 

"Newfield," Nova Scotia ! 30.000 oo 24.000 oo 

"Alert" do i 2.ooo oO 

"Lansdowne," New IJrunswick 23.000 oo 23.ooo oo 

"Northern Light" and "Stanley." P. E. Island. I 2O.O00 oo ' 28,oo0 00 

"Sir James Douglas," Britisli Columbia 12,000 00 13,000 00 



130,000 00 ; 145.000 OO 



Decrease. 



$ cts. 



367,200 OO ! 213.500 00 



500 00 



8,000 eo 



150,000 00 



10,000 m 



200 00 



153,700 m 



15.000 00 



2,000 00 
8,000 00 

1,000 00 



15,000 00 



5,000 0» 
6.000 oo 



63 



XIX.— LIGHTHOUSE AND COAST SERVICE. 



Amonut to be Voted $526,860 00 



154 



155 
156 



157 
158 



Service. 



Salaries and allowances, &c., of Light- 
bouse Keepers 

Agencies, rents and contingencies 

Maintenance and repairs to Lights, Fog- 
whistles. Buoys and I'.eacons, and Hu- 
mane Establishments 

Completion and construction of Light- 
houses and Fog-alarms 

Signal service 

To provide for the payment to the Harbjt 
Commissioners of the annual cost of 
maintaining the Btfys and Beacons in 
the St. Lawren'-e River below Montreal.. 

To provide for erection of Pter and Light- 
house in the Lower Traverse River {on 
account), estimated cost $100,000 



1888-89. I 1S89-90. 



Dktails. 



Salaries and Allowances of Liijhl Keepers. 



Ontario 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Prince Edward Island. 
British Columbia 



Agencies, Rents and Contingencies. 



Quebec — 

J. D. Gregory, Agent 

L. A. Blanchet, Accountant., 

.'! Clerks 

Contingencies 



Nova Scotia — 

II. W. Johnston, Agent, 

Clerk 

do 

Messenger 

Contingencies 



New Brunswick — 

J. H. Harding, Agent 

F. J. Harding , 

Messenger 

Contingencies 



$ cts. 

184,000 00 
20,360 00 



329,000 00 

30,000 00 
6.000 00 



7.000 00 



10,000 00 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-8>. 



Increase. Decrease, 



$ cts 

185.400 00 
18.460 00 



287,000 00 

30.000 00 
6.000 00 



586,360 00 



526,860 00 



$ cts. 
1,400 00 



44,000 00 
45,900 00 
52,900 00 
26,500 00 
6.700 00 
8,000 00 



45,000 00 
45.900 00 
53,000 00 
26^700 00 
6.800 00 
8,000 00 



1,000 00 

100 00 
200 00 
100 00 



184,000 00 I 185,400 00 



2,200 00 
1,000 00 
2,460 00 
1,100 00 



2,200 00 
1,050 00 
1,960 00 
1,000 00 



0,760 00 



6,210 00 



2,000 00 

1,100 00 

600 00 

400 00 

1,000 00 



2,200 00 
650 00 
450 00 
400 00 
500 00 



1,400 00 



)0 00 



50 00 



5,100 00 I 4,200 00 



1,800 00 
800 00 
500 00 
500 00 

3,600 CO 



200 00 



200 00 



1,800 00 
.^00 00 
500 00 
500 00 

3.600 00 



$ cts-- 

1,90(1 (Xl 

42,000 OtS 

7.001) IKI 
10,000 0(» 



59,500 0(J> 



500 m 
100 oo 



GOO 0(1 



450 m 
150 00 



50O 



1,100 Gfl 



64 



XIX.— LIGHTHOUSE AND COAST SKIIYICE—Conclnded. 



Service. 



1888-99. 18S»-i;0 



Details — C ncluded. 
Ageneief, Bents and CoTitifiyencies — Continued. 



Prince Edward Island- 

A. Lord, Agent 

Warehouseman — 
Contingencies 



British Columbia — 

H. G. Lewis, A};ent. 
Clerical aFsistance... 

Messenger 

Continfrencics 



Maintenance and Hej>uin<. 

Lanterns, lamps, chimneys, reflectors, burners and 
ap]>aratu3 

Coal oil 

Gunpowder and friction lubes 

Fuel, freight, cartage, horses and forage 

Paints, oil, glass, white lead, chamois, including 
dry goods 

Bhip-chandlery, hardware, including rope, asbes- 
tos, oil tanks, tinware, brooms, stoves, pipes, 
soap, tallow, matches^ kc 

Repairs and iL-building lighthouses, dwelling 
houses, boat houses, wharves and sheds, in- 
cluding new boats, labor and material 

Buoys and beacons service, including gas buoys... 

Humane establishments 

Signal Station X 

Cape Race Light 

Miscellaneous 



S cts. 



1,400 00 

350 00 

750 00 

2.500 00 



1,600 00 
250 00 
.120 00 
430 00 



2,400 00 



30.000 00 
32,000 00 
15.000 00 
50,000 00 



$ cts 



1,400 00 
350 00 
300 00 

li.O.-.O 00 



l.GOO 00 
250 00 
120 00 
430 00 



2,400 00 



24,000 00 

28.000 00 

9,(i.)0 00 

25,000 00 



25,000 00 lT,noO nO 



120,000 00 

35,000 00 

10.000 0(1 

5,(MlO (Ml 

7,000 (Ml 



100. 000 00 
51,0U0 00 

8.(MHI (Ml 



.000 00 



329,000 00 



Compared with 

Estimatt'S of 1 8,'^.s-89. 



Increase. \ Decrease. 



S cts. 



450 00 



450 00 



2(1. (MM I 0(1 



16,000 00 



6.O0O <M) 

4,000 00 

6,000 00 

25,000 OO 

8,000 00 



20,000 00 

2,000 00 
5,000 00 
7.000 00 



5,000 00 



287,000 00 . 41,000 00 1 83,000 00 



65 



XX.— SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTIONS. 



Amount to be Voted $62,250 00 



159 
160 



Service. 



Observatory, Toronto 

do Kingston 

do Montreal 

Grant for Meteorological Service, including 
instruments and cost of telegraphing wea 
ther warnings 



Meteorological Service. 
Details. 



Salaries 

Telegraphy 

Instruments and apparatus 

Postage and stationery 

Fieight, cartage and customs dues 

Expenses at stations 

Travelling expenses 

Miscellaneous 



1888-89. 



$ cts. 

5,250 00 
500 00 
500 00 



55,000 00 



1889-90 



26,250 on 

18,400 00 

2,500 00 

2,000 00 

500 00 

2,000 00 

850 00 

2.500 00 



55.000 00 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



Increase. Decrease 



$ cts. 

5,250 00 
500 00 
500 00 



56,000 00 



61,250 00 62,250 00 



31,650 00 
15,500 00 
2,000 00 
2,300 00 
350 00 
1,200 00 
■1.000 00 
2^000 00 



S Cts 



1,000 00 



1,000 00 



5,400 00 



300 00 



150 00 



56,000 00 I 1,000 00 



$ Ct3. 



2,9oo;oo 

500_00 

150 00 
800 00 

500 00 



2—6* . 



65 



XXI —MARINE HOSPITALS AND SICK AND DISTRESSED SEAMEN. 



Amount to be Voted $51,000 00 



161' 



162 



Details. 



1888-89. 



1889-90. 



CotDpared \rith 
Estimates of 1889-90. 



Increase. I Decrease. 



Marine and Immigrant Hospital, Quebec 

St. Catharines Hospital 

Kingston do 

.Marine Ho.epitals in the Prorinces of Que- 
j bee, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince 

I Edward Island and British Columbia 

Shipwrecked and Distressed Seamen 



S cts. 

20,000 00 
500 00 
500 00 



35,000 00 
6,000 00 



62,000 00 



S cts. 

15,000 00 
500 00 
500 00 



30,000 00 
5,000 00 



$ 



cts. 



5,000 00 



5,000 00 
1,000 00 



51,000 00 : 11,000 00 



67 





XXII.— STEAMBOAT INSPECTION 




00 


Amount to be Voted 


^oRoaa 




o 

> 

o 
6 


Details. 


1888-80. 


1889-90. 


Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-90. 

Inciease. Decrease. 


163 


To provide for expenses of Steamboat In- 
Bpection 


$ cts. 
25,000 00 


$ cts. 
23,000 00 


$ cts 


f eta. 
2,00o 00 

















2-bl> 



OS 



XXIII.— FISHERIES. 



Amount to be Voted |231,500 00 



164; 



Service. 



1888-89. 1S89-90. 



Compared with 

Estimates of 1889-90. 



Increase. , Decrease. 



Salaries and Disbursements of Fisherv ! 

OvEIiSEtRS A.ND WARDENS. [ 

Ontario 18,000 GO 

Quebec i 15,000 00 

Nova Scotia : 18,000 00 

New Brunswick 16,000 00 

Prince Edward Island | 3,500 00 

Manitoba, KeewHtin and North-West Terri-; 

tories 3,000 00 

Drilish Columbia 6,000 00 

Fishbreeding, building fishways and clear- 

n<r rivers ' 35,000 00 

To provide for legal and incidental expenses! 2,000 00 
To provide for the cost, maintenance andl 
repairs of fishery protection steamers and 

vessels 100,000 00 

Canadian fisheries exhibit 1,500 00 

To pay for services performed by Customs' 
and Fisheries Departments and other ex-l 
penses in connection with the distribution! 
of the Fishing Bounty and collection ofj 

Statistics I 6,000 00 

To meet cost of fittine up lower storey of 
Victoria Hall as a Fish Hatchery (revote) 1,500 00 

Total 225,500 00 



Fishery Bounties. 

Amount authorized by Statute for Fishery 
Bounties 

Summary. 

Authorized by Statute 

To be Voted 

Total 



150,000 00 



20,000 00 2.000 00 

14,000 00 
18,000 00 
16,000 00 
3,500 00 

3.000 00 
6,000 00 

40,000 00 5.000 00 
2,000 00 



100,000 00 
1,500 00 



6,000 00 
1,500 00 j 
231,500 00 i 4,000 00 



cts. 



1,000 00 



150,000 00 



150,000 00 
225,500 00 



150,000 00 
231,500 00 



375,500 00 381,500 00 



6,000 00 



6,000 00 



69 



XXIV.— SUPERINTENDEJ^CE OF INSURlNCE. 

« 
Amount to be Voted 



$5,500 00 



O 


Service. 


1888-89. 


1889 90. 


Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 


O 

6 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


165 


To meet expenses in connection with this 
service 


$ cts. 
5,500 00 

3,000 00 


$ cts. 
6,000 00 

3,000 00 


$ cts. 
500 00 


$ cts. 




Expenditure Authorized by Statute, 38 
Vic, Chap. 20, Sec. 23, ($4,000). 

Salarj' of Superintendent of Insurance 

Total 






8,500 00 


9,000 00 


500 00 











XXY.— SUBSIDIES. 



Estimated amount authorized by Statute $4,100,000 00 



Service. 



1888-89. 



1889-90 



Compared with 
Estimates ot 1838-89. 



Increase, i Decrease. 



5 cts. 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick ^ i4, 188,454 23 

Manitoba 

British Columbia 

Prince Edward Island. 



Total 4,188,454 23 4,100,000 00 



$ Ct3. 5 cts, 



4,100,000 00 



$ cts. 



,454 23 



88,t54 23 



71 



XXVI.— aEOLOaiCAL SURVEY. 



Amouut to be Voted $60,000 00 



s 

o 


Service. 


1888-89. 


1880-90. 


Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 


o 

6 
25 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


166 


Amount required for Geological Survey .... 


$ cts. 
60,000 00 


$ cts. $ cts 
60,000 00 


$ cts. 



72 



XXVII.— DEPAHTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS. 



Amount to be Voted $1,078,740 92 



]67< 



Service. 



o.ntario, qcebec axd the maritime 
Provinces. 

To Supplement the Indian Fund. 



Province of Quebec, relief of distress 

Purchase of blankets for Indians of Ontario 
and Quebec 

For Indian scbools in Ontario, Quebec, 
Xova Scotia and New Brunswick 

For payment of annuities under the Robin- 
son Treaty 

To provide a salary for Chief Angus Cooke, 
of the Gibson Reserve, and Chief Wil- 
liam McGregor, of Cape Croker Band, 
$50 each 

Revote of amount voted last Session, but 
not expended, for the removal of the re- 
sidue of the Lake of Two Mountain 
Indians from Oka to Township of 
Gibson 

To provide tor the survey of Indian Re- 
serves, revote 

To provide travelling allowance for L. F. 
Boucher, Indian Superintendent, for 
the north shore of the River St. Law- 
rence 

To aid the Rev. Father Legrof to publish a 
grammar in the Montagnan Indian 
dialect 

To enable the Department to pay A. Ding- 
man for special services as one of the 
Commissioners in connection with the 
settlement of Dundee Lands matter 



XovA Scotia. 



168 



1C&< 



Salaries 

Relief and seed grain 

.Medical attendance and medicine. 
-Vliscellaneous 



1888-89. 



1889-90. 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



Increase. Decrease. 



New Brunswick. 



Salaries 

Relief and seed grain 

.Medical attendance and medicine- 

Miscellaneous 

To pay Rev. Mr. Richard for services with 
the Indians of iVetr Brunswick 



Pri.nce Edward Island. 



170 



Salaries 

Relief and seed grain 

Medical attendance and medicine. 
Miscellaneous 



$ cts. 

4,200 00 

1,600 00 

14.587 50 

15.588 00 

100 00 

5,000 00 
1,963 22 

400 00 
300 00 



900 m 

3,045 00 

1,012 00 

75 00 



6,032 00 



2,105 00 

2,700 00 

470 00 

100 GO 

200 00 



5,575 00 



500 00 

1,125 00 

300 00 

75 00 

2,000 00 



$ cts. 

4,200 00 

1,600 00 

22,197 50 

15,588 00 

100 00 

4,977 20 

1,723 22 

400 00 



220 00 



43.738 72 I 51,005 92 



1,075 00 

3,045 00 

1,012 00 

75 00 



5,207 00 



2,105 00 

2,700 00 

470 00 

100 00 



S Cts. S cts 



i.610 00 



220 00 



7,830 00 



175 00 



175 00 



5,375 nil 



500 00 

1,125 00 

300 00 

75 00 

2,000 00 



22 80- 
240 00 



300 00 



562 80 



200 00 



200 00 



»73 



XXVII— DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIUS- Continued. 



Service. 



1888-89. 



172< 



Ma.nitoba a.\d North-West Territories. 



I'l, 



Annuities 

Agricultural implements 

Seed grain 

jCattle and pigs 

jSupplies for destitute, including provisions 

given at annuity payments and ammu- 

I nition given to enable Indians to hunt 

Clothing — Triennial 

Schools — Day 

' do Industrial 

Surveys 

'Farming Instructors' wages 

JMaintenance 

Sioux 

[General expenses 

Agency buildings 

Grist and saw mills 



To 



British Columbia. 

/ For Indians of British Columbia generally. 

■ For surveys , 

For Reserve Commission 

To provide for payme t t> the Lrrds Ct^m- 
missioiien of the Admiralty the sum 'J 
£Z 125. bd.. sleTli'^g tne c 'St <f victual- 
ling a police cot stable a-d Indian pris- 
oners on board n.M.S. " Satelli'e" in 

1884 « 

assist the Rev. A. J. IlaU to }-rir,t a 
grammar in the Kwawkewlih Inaim 

dialect 

To provide for buildtf g on Indian industrial 

school at Kootenay 

And for the maintenance thereat tf 30 

P'ipils, each $150 

To provide for build ng a% Indian (ffice at 

Cowichan 

To provide fur the matrdC' a ce oj 25 female 
Indian pupils at the Mission if All Ilal- 
Itws, Yale, B.C., at $Q0 per annum 



$ cts, 



148,865 00 

26,511 00 

3,570 00 

6,251 00 



354,319 00 

6,400 00 

47,240 00 

95,429 00 

6,500 00 

33,122 00 

16,443 00 

3,772 00 

135,585 00 

21,075 GO 



1889-90. 



905,082 00 



52,520 00 

li;837 00 

9.500 00 



17 64 

200 00 
4,500 00 
4,500 00 

600 00 

1,500 00 



Cts. 



138,955 00 
15,054 00 
3,040 00 
6,306 CO 



354,319 00 

3,514 on 

57,286 00 

128,094 00 

5,000 00 

31,940 00 

24,369 00 

4,165 00 

152,486 00 

11,218 00 

5,400 08 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-8 



Increase. 



Decrease. 



$ cts. 



55 00 



941,146 00 



52,670 00 

11,837 00 

9,500 00 



10,046 00 
32,665 00 



7,926 00 

393 00 

16,901 00 



5,400 00 



$ eta. 



9,910 00 

11,457 00 

530 00 



2,886 OO 



1,500 00 
1,182 00 



9,857 00 



73,386 00 I 37,322 00 



150 00 



SUM.MARY. 

To supplement the Indian Fund 

Province of Nova Scotia 

do New Brunswick 

do Prince Edward Island 

do British Columbia 

do Manitoba and the North- West 
Territories 



85,174 64 



43,738 72 
5,0^2 00 
5,575 00 
2,000 00 

85,174 64 



74,007 00 



17 64 

200 00 
4,500 00 
4,500 00 

600 00 

1,500 00 



150 00 



51,005 92 
5.207 00 
5,375 00 
2.000 00 

74,007 00 



905,082 00 I 941,146 00 



1,046,602 36 1,078,740 92 



7,267 20 
175 00 



36,064 00 



32,138 56 



11,317 64 

200 00 
11,167 64 



74 



XXVIII.— NORTH-WEST MOUNTED POLICE. 



Amount to be Voted 



,.^723,426 00 



173< 



Service. 



18S8-89. 




Pay of Force 

Subsistence 

Forage 

Fuel and light 

Clothing 

Repairs, renewals, replacement of horses, 

arms and ammunition j 60.000 00 

.Medicine, medical comforts and hospital, 

expenses 

Books, stationery and printed forms 

Scouts, guides, billeting charges, travelling 

allowances, transport of men and stores... 

Contingencies 

To provide for the payment to 'iordon Quick 
J or land required for Mou-ded tolice 

purposes at Maple Creek 

Gratuity to ex-Insptctor Dowling 



Total. 



332,176 00 
91,250 00 
82.000 00 
35,000 00 
70,000 OO 



.''),nOO 00 
5,000 00 

60,000 00 
8,000 00 



1,200 00 
583 33 



750,209 33 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



18S9-90. 



S cts 

332,176 00 
91,250 00 
77,000 0() 
35.000 00 
60,000 00 

50,000 00 

5,000 00 
5,000 00 

60,000 00 
8,000 00 



723,426 00 



Increase. 



S cts. 



Decrease. 

$ cts. 

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



1,200 0« 
583 3» 

26,783 3» 



70 



XXIX.— MISCELLANEOUS. 



Amount to be Voted $311,160 00 



174 

175 
176 



177 
178 

179 
180 
181 

182 

183 

184 
165 



186 

137 

188 



189 
190 
191 

192 



"Canada Gazette" 

Miscellaneous printing 

Unforeseen expenses, expenditure, thereof 
to be under Order in Council, and a de 
tailed statement to be laid before Parlia- 
ment within the first fifteen days of the 
next Session 

Commutation in lieu of remission of duties 
on articles imported for the use of the 
Army and Navy , 

For the expenses of Government in the 
North-West Territories, including print- 
ing, roads, bridges, ferries, aid to schools, 
&c „ 

For the expenses of Government in the Dis- 
trict of Keewatin 

To meet expenditure in connection with 
" The Canada Temperance Act" 

To compensate members of the North-West 
Mounted Police for injuries received in 
the discharge of duty 

On account of expenditure in connection 
with surveys of Lakes feuperior and Huron 

To provide for the payment of Mr. Fabre's 
salary and contingencies of his office 

To meet costs of litigated matters 

To cover expenses of taking evidence con- 
cerning the Public Accounts, and report- 
ing the same to the Auditor-Geneial of 
Canada, under authority of section fifty- 
seven of" The Consolidated Revenue and 
Audit Act " ; and to pay for legal advice 
to the Auditor-General, and assistance to 
him in estimating the value of printing 
for Returning Officers and others 

To meet payments to Extra Clerks for ser- 
vices rendered in preparation of Returns 
ordered by Parliament 

Commercial Agencies 

Cost of organizing Frinting ''« eau 

Plant required for Government I rinting 
Office and fir Gove iiment Diwi^ry 

Survey, construction of roads, bridges and 
other necessary works in connection with 
the Hot Springs Reservation near Banff 
Station, North-West Territories 

Academy o( Arts 

Collection of Orders in Council, &c ' 

To assist in the publication of the proceed-' 
ingsof the Royal Society ' 

Collection and classification of ola records 
of the late Province of Canada 

Amount required for Lithographing statis- 
tical diagrams 



$ cts. 

6,000 00 
20,000 00 



25,000 00 
2,000 00 

127,729 10 

3,500 00 

10,000 00 

2,000 00 

18,000 00 

3,500 00 
5,000 00 



500 00 



5,000 00 

10,000 00 

1,500 00 

165,000 00 



25,000 00 
2.000 00 
9,000 00 

5,000 00 

2,000 00 

4,000 00 



1889-»0 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



$ cts, 

6,000 00 
20,000 00 



25,000 00 
2,000 00 

145,000 00 

6,000 00 

10,000 00 

2,000 00 

18,000 00 

3.500 00 
5,000 00 



500 00 



5,000 00 
10,000 00 



20,000 00 
2,000 00 
9,000 00 

5,000 00 

2,000 00 



Increase. Decrease 



$ cts. 



17,270 90 
2,500 00 



$ eta. 



i,5oe 00 

165,000 0» 
5,000 •» 



4,000 90 



Carried forward 451,729 10 j 296,000 00 i 19,770 90 | 175,500 00 



76 



XXIX —MISCELLANEOUS— Co/ic/wf/gf/. 



193 



Brought forward. 



Towards aiding in the publication o/thejijth 
volume of ^' Le Lictionnaire Gfnialogique 
des Families Car adieni.es'^ 

.4a remuneration for services per'ormed by 
the late W. F. Whilcher, Commissioner of 
Fisheries in l^Tl and 1887 at ^Vashington 
and Halijax, in connection tcilh the nego- 
tiation of the Treaty of Washini.ton, a-d 
the arbitration consequent ihereon; to be 
paid to his widow 

To pay a gratuity to the family of the late 
±ton. Thomas White equal to the amount 
of the salary he was receiving at the time 
of his death, from 2\st April to :iOlh June, 
1888, and trim 1st July, 1888, to \st Jan- 
uary, 1889 

For salaries of Inspector, Registrar and 
Clerks, contingencies, &c., in the North- 
west Territories 



Authorized by Statute. 

Clerk of the Xorth-West Council 

Sessional indemnity to Members of the 
North-West Council, including salaries of 
Speaker and Legal Experts 

Travelling expenses of Members of the North- 
west Council 



Sdmmahy. 



^Authorized by Statute. 



1888-89. 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



1S89-90. 



Increase. Decrease 



$ cts. :5 cts 
451,729 10 296,000 00 



1,000 00 



3,000 00 



4,842 66 
15.160 00 1 15,160 00 



475,731 76 I 311,160 00 



1,800 00 I 2,000 00 



10,000 00 
2,500 00 



12,250 00 
2,000 00 



14,300 00 i 1G,'2".0 00 



14,300 00 16,250 00 
To be voted ! 475,731 76 | 311,160 no 



* cts. 
19,770 90 



200 00 
2,250 00 



1.950 00 



1,950 00 



$ cts. 
175,500 00 



1,000 CO 



3,000 OO 



4,842 66 



164,571 76 



500 00 



164,571 76 



Total I 490,031 76 327,410 00 



162,621 76 



n 



COLLECTION OF REVENUE. 



XXX— CUSTOMS. 
Amount to be Voted $871,700 00 



194/ 



(A) Estimates of Expenditure for "rHiCH 
A Vote of Parliament is ueijuired. 

Salaries and Continue- 1 Expenses of the 
Several For s. 

In the Province of Nova Scotia 

do New Brunswick 

do Prince Edward Island... 

do Quebec 

do Ontario 

do Manitoba 

do North- West Territories.. 

do British Columbia 

Provinces Generally — To cover any un- 
foreseen changes it may appearnecessary 

to make in Staff .'. 

Salary and Travelling Expenses of Inspec- 
tors of Ports, and travelling expenses of 

other officers on inspection 

Board of Customs and Outside Detective 
Service — To meet expenditure in con- 
nection therewith, including $800 salary 
of Commissioner of C ustoms as Chairman 

of the Board 

Customs Laboratory — To meet expenditure 
in connection with the testing of sugars. 
&c., including pay of Officers appointed 

or employed for that purpose 

Miscellaneous -Contingencies of head office, 
covering printing, stationery, newspapers, 
advertising, telegraphing, locks, instru- 
ments, &c., for the several Porta of Entry.. 
To provide for the administration of the 
Chinese Immigration Act, including 

remuneration to Customs Officers 

To purchase a steam launch at Quebec 

Totals 



1888-89. 



1S89-90. 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



Increase. Decrease 



cts, 



109,310 00 

88,2.'0 00 

21,060 00 

223.345 00 

270,625 00 

30,850 00 

4.000 GO 

41,020 00 



5,000 00 
20.000 00 



18.000 00 



5,000.00 



15,000 00 



3,000 00 
3,000 00 



857,430 00 



$ cts. 



112,555 00 

91,020 00 

19,585 00 

221,645 00 

278,580 00 

33,200 00 

5,000 00 

44,915 00 



5,000 00 
21 000 00 

17,000 00 

5,200 00 

15,000 00 
2,000 00 



871,700 00 



$ cts. 



3,245 00 
2,800 00 



7,955 00 
2,350 00 
1,000 00 
3,895 00 



1,000 00 



200 00 



14,270 00 



$ Cts. 



1,475 00 
1,700 00 



1,000 00 



1,000 00 
3,000 00 



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8-4 



COLLECTION OF UEYEl^TJE^— Continued. 



XXXI.— EXCISE. 
Amount to be Voted $372,351 25 



195* 



1888-89. 



1889-90. 



I S cts. 

Salaries of Officers and Inspectors of Excise. 262,092 50 

Pieventive Service 17,000 00 

To provide for increases dependent upon 

the result of Excise Examination? \ 2,000 00 

To provide for increase of pay of officers 

at large distilleries and factories ; 5,000 00 

Travelling expenses, rent, fuel, stationery,' 

&c.. also stamps for imported and Cana-i 

dian Tobacco 75,000 00 

To pay Collectors of Customs, allowance' 

on duties collected by them ! 3,500 00 

Commission to sellers of stamps for Canada' 

Twist Tobacco 250 00 



Special. 

To enable the Department to supply methy- 
lated spirits, &c., to manufactories, the 
cost of which will be recouped by the 
manufacturers to whom they are sup- 
plied 



Total. 



5,000 00 
369,842 50 



S cts. 

270,801 25 
15,800 00 

2,000 00 

5,000 00 

70,000 00 

3,500 00 

250 00 



5,000 00 
372,351 25 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



Increase. Decrease 



$ cts. 

.708 75 



2,508 75 



$ cts. 
1,200 00 

5,000 00 



85 



COLLECTION OF UEYE^TJES— Continued. 



XXXII.— CULLINa TIMBER. 
Amount to be Voted |54,000 00 



o 


Number. 


Details. 


1888-89. 


1889-90. 


Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 


o 
6 


1888-89. 


1889-90. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


/ 


1 

2 


1 
2 


Montreal. 
Deputy Supervisor 


$ cts. 

900 00 
600 00 


$ cts. 

900 00 
600 00 


$ cts. 


$ Ct3. 


Book-keeper and Clerk 






Quebec. 
Supervisor 






3 


3 


1,500 00 


1,500 00 






i 
1 
1 
2 
1 
7 

1 


1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
7 

1 


2,400 00 
1,606 00 
1,500 00 
1,400 00 
350 00 

4,650 00 
1,100 00 


2,400 00 
1,000 00 
1,500 00 
1,400 00 
350 00 

4,650 00 
1,100 00 






Deputy Supervisor 




I 


Casliier 






Specification Clerks 






Messenger and Caretaker 

Specification Clerics, &c., 8 
months, 1 at $1,000, 1 at 
$700, 1 at $650, 2 at $600, 
2 at $550 




..I J 


Assistant Book-keeper 




196/ 


Three Rivers. 
Deputy Supervisor 




A 


14 


14 


13,000 00 


13,000 00 






1 

1 


1 
1 


300 00 
700 00 


300 00 
700 00 






Clerk 






Tf)tal Salaries 






2 


2 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 










15,500 00 

25,000 00 

8,000 00 

6, GOO 00 


15,500 00 

25,000 00 

8,000 00 

5,500 00 






Pay of Cullers 






Contingeneies 






Annuities to superannuated 
Cullers 


1,100 00 


\ 


Total 






65,100 00 


54,000 00 




1,100 00 











8d 



COLLECTION OF REYESVEii— Continued. 



XXXIIL— WEIGHTS AND MEASURES AND GAS. 
Amouut to 1)0 Voted $8«,o50 00 



i 

o 


Service. 


1888-89. 


1 Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 


o 

o 
52; 


' Increase. 


Decrease. 


, 


S cts 

Salaries of Inspt-ctors and Assistant In- 
spectors of Wei<?Lts and Measures 47.000 00 

Salaries of Inspectors of (las , 12,170 00 

Salary of Commisfinner rf .'Standards 800 00 


S cts. $ cts 

48,200 00 1,200 00 
11,350 00 i 


$ cte. 
820 00 


1 




800 00 


197/ 


Rent, fuel, travelling expenses, postage, 
stationery, &c., for Weights and Measures 

Rent, fuel, travelling expenses, postage, 
stationery, &c., for Gas 


18,000 00 

8,000 00 
2,000 00 


18,000 00 

9,000 00 l.i'OO 00 
2,000 00 




\ 


Salary of the Chief Inspector of Standards. 

■ 






87,970 00 88,550 00 . 580 00 





198 



XXXIY.— INSPECTION OF STAPLES. 



For the purchase and distribution of Stand-i 
arda of Flour, <tc., and other expendi-' 
tures under the Act : 2,500 00 




XXXV.— ADULTERATION OF FOOD. 



199 jTo meet expenses under the Act 25,000 00 | 25,000 00 



XXXVL— MINOR REVENUES. 




87 



COLLECTION OF liEYE^JJES— Continued. 



XXXVII.— RAILWAYS AND CANALS. 
Amount to be Voted $4,027,8*1- 



201 
202 
203 
204 



Service. 



Railways. 

Repairs and Working Expenses 

Intercolonial Railway 

Eastern Extension Railway 

Prince Edward Island Railway 

Windsor Branch Railway 



1888-89. 



cts. 



2,900,000 00 

94,000 00 

205,000 00 

27,000 00 



3,226,000 00 3,510,000 00 



1889-dO. 



cts. 



3,200,000 00 

90,000 00 

205,000 00 

24,000 00 



Increase. 



$ cts. 



300,000 00 



293,000 00 



Decrease. 



$ CtB. 



4,000 00 
3,000 00 



DETAILS 



Intercolonial 
Railway. 



Eastern 
Extension 
Railway. 



Prince 

Edward Island 

Railway. 



Windsor 

Branch 

Railway. 



$ cts. 

Locomotive power i 1,110,000 00 

Car expenses | 750,000 00 

820,000 00 
360,000 00 
170,000 00 



Ifaintenance 

Station and train expenses 

General charges 



Total. 



$ cts, 

15,000 00 
10,000 00 
47,000 00 
7,000 UO 
11,000 00 



% Cts. 

50,000 00 
32,000 00 
87,000 00 
23,000 00 
13,000 00 



3,200,000 00 



90,000 00 



205,000 00 



% Cts. 
24,000 00 



24,000 00 



88 



COLLECTION OF REYE'SVES- Continued. 



XXXVIL— RAILWAYS AND CANALS— Co«^i;merf. 



o 












> 

o 


Service. 


1888-89. 


1889-90. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


6 

5z; 






■ 
















• 




Canals. 


$ cts. 


$ cts 


$ cts. 


$ cts- 




Maintenan'e aiul Repairs. 










205 


Repairs and working ( xpouses 


468,730 00 


468,855 00 


125 00 




206 


:Salarie8 and contingencies ot canal officers 


39,486 00 


39,986 00 


500 00 






508,216 00 


508,841 00 


625 00 





Details compared with 1888-89. 



Details. 



Canals. 



Lachinp 

Beauharnois 

Cornwall 

Williamsburg 

Weliaud 

Trent 

Ste. Anne 

Carillon and Grenrille. 

Sideau 

Culbute 

St. Ours 

Chambly 

St. Peter's 

Miscellaneous 

Dredge vessels 



Total, 



Staff. 

1888-89. 



$ cts. 

51,900 00 
18,500 00 
17,500 00 

8,000 00 
112,500 00 

2,300 00 

2,800 00 

17,000 00 

33,000 00 

730 00 

2,700 00 
19,600 00 

2,500 00 



289,030 00 



Repairs, 

1888-89. 



$ cts. 

23,000 00 

15.000 00 

16.000 00 

7,500 00 

60,000 00 

3,500 00 

1,500 00 

10,000 00 

21,000 00 

2,000 00 

2,500 00 

14,400 00 

500 00 

1,000 00 

1,800 00 



179,700 00 



Staff. 
1889-9* 



Repairs. 
1889-90. 



Increase. 



$ cts. 

52,000 00 

18,500 00 

17,500 00 

8,000 00 

112,500 00 

2,300 00 

2,800 00 

17,000 00 

33,000 00 

730 00 

2,225 00 

19,600 00 

3,000 00 

3,000 00 



$ Cts. 

23,000 00 

15,000 00 

13,420 00 

7,500 00 

60,000 00 

3,500 00 

1.500 00 

10,000 00 

18,000 00 

1,500 00 

2,200 00 

13,400 00 

500 00 

5.380 00 

1,800 00 



$ Cts 
100 00 



500 00 
7,380 00 



292,155 00 I 176,700 00 7,980 00 



Decrease. 



$ cts. 



2,580 00 



3,000 00 
500 00 
775 00 

1,000 00 



7,855 0« 



8ft 



COLLECTION OF UEYENVES— Continued. 



XXXVIL— RAILWAYS AND CAl^ALS— Concluded. 



Number. 


Service. 


1888-89. 


1889-9©. 


Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 


1888-89. 


1889-90. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


1 


1 
1 
1 
2 
4 
1 
. 1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 


Salaries of Canal Officers. 

Collectors of Canal Tolls at the fol- 
lowing salaries, viz. : — 
At $2,000 


$ cts. 

2,000 00 
1,400 00 
1,200 00 


$ cts. 

2,000 00 

1,400 00 

1,200 00 

2,200 00 

4,000 00 

900 00 

850 00 

1,500 00 

720 00 

700 00 

1,200 00 

500 00 

400 00 

300 00 

400 00 

100 00 


$ cts. 
2,200 00 


$ cts. 


1 


1,400 ../. 




1 


1,200 






1,100 




6 


1,000 „ 

900 


6,000 00 
900 00 
850 00 

1,500 00 
720 00 
700 00 

1,200 00 
500 00 
400 00 
300 00 
400 00 
100 00 


2 000 00 


1 






1 


850 




2 


750 




1 


720 




1 


700 




2 
1 


600 

500 




1 


400 




1 


300 




2 


200 




1 


100 






Other Officers— 

At $1,200 




23 


23 


18,170 00 


18,370 00 


200 00 




1 


1 
2 
5 
•2 


1,200 00 
• 900 00 

4,000 00 

1,400 00 
600 00 
550 00 

2,500 00 
400 00 
366 00 
100 00 


1,200 00 
1,800 00 
4,000 00 
1,400 00 


900 00 




1 
5 


900 

800 




2 


700 




1 


600 .-. 


600 00 


1 
5 


1 
5 

1 
1 

1 


550 ^ 

500 


550 00 
2,50fJ 00 
400 00 
366 00 
100 00 






1 


400 




1 


366 




1 


100 






Inspector 

Total Salaries 




19 


19 


12,016 00 


12,316 00 


300 00 




1 


1 


1,800 00 


1,800 00 






43 


43 


31,986 00 
7,500 00 


32,486 00 
7,500 00 


500 00 






Contingencies 












39,486 00 


39,986 00 


500 00 





90 



COLLECTION OF llEYE^^UES— Continued. 



XXXVIIL— PUBLIC WORKS. 



Amount to be Voted $186,075 00 










1888-89. 


1889-90. 


Compared with 
Estimates ofl88S-89. 


o 

6 


Increase. Decrease. 


207 


Collection of Slide and Boom dues 




S cts. 
22,100 00 

101,525 00 
2,000 00 

28,000 00 
22,000 00 

6,500 00 
10,000 00 

5,300 00 


S cts. 
7,500 00 

105,775 00 
2,000 00 

28,000 00 
21,000 00 

6,500 00 
10,000 00 

5,300 00 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
14,600 00 


208 


Reiiairs and working expenses, Harbors 
and Slides, including River Yamaska 
Lock and Levis and Esquimalt Graving 
Docks. See page 92 


h 

e 

c 
e 
c 
c 


4,250 00 




209 


Telegraph Line between Prince Edward 
Island and the mainland 




210 


Land and Cable Telegraph Lines of the Sea 
Co.ists and Islands of the Lower Rivers 
and Gulf of St. Lawrence and Maritime 
Provinces, including cost of working 
steamer " Newfield" or other vessel when 
required for cable service 




211 


Telegraph Lines, North-West Territories- 
Telegraph Lines, British Columbia 


1,00§ 00 


212 




213 
214 


Telegraph and Signal Service generally ... 
Public Works Agencj, British Columbia. _ 






197,425 00 


186,075 00 




11,350 00 









91 



COLLECTION OF REYE^VES— Continued. 



XXXVIIL— PUBLIC VrOUK^— Concluded. 



Details compared with 1888-89 — Concluded. 



Details. 



Staff. 
1888-89. 



Repairs. 
1888-89. 



« I Ci 






Compared with 
Estimates of 1888.89; 



Increase. Decrease 



(4) Harbors and Rivers, Slides, 
Piers, Boo.ms, &c. 

Saguenay Distritt, Slides and 
Booms, &c 

St. Maurice District, Slides andl 
Boom<, &c....! I 

Ottawa District, Slides and Booms, 
&c 

River Trent and Newcastle District, 
Slides and Booms, <fec 

Burlington Channel 

River Yamaska 

Esquimalt Graving Dock 

L6vis Graving Dock 

General Repairs and Maintenance, 
Harbors and Rivers, Slides and 
Booms , 



$ cts. 

1,000 00 
16,600 00 
24,600 00 



% Cts. 

2,300 GO 
5,000 00 
16,000 00 



Totals. 



(c) Telegraphs. 

Land and Cable Telegraph Lines 
of Sea Coasts and Islands of the 
Lower Rivers and Gulf of St. 
Lawrence and Maritime Pro- 
vinces, including cost of working 
steamer " Newfield " or other 
vessel when employed on cable 
service 

Telegraph Lines, North West Terri- 
tories.- 

Telegraph Lines, British Columbia.. 

Totals 



2 350 00 


4,000 00 


650 00 


300 00 


750 00 


250 00 


7,500 00 


5,225 00 


3,500 00 


1,500 00 



% cts 

1,000 00 
16,600 00 
26,100 00 

2,100 00 

650 00 

750 00 

7,500 00 

6,000 00 



10,000 00 



% Cts 

2,000 00 

5,800 00 

16,000 00 

1,500 00 

300 00 

250 00 

5,225 00 

4,000 00 

10,000 00 



56,950 00 



44,575 00 



60, 700 00 



45,075 00 



12,145 00 

15,600 00 
4,200 00 



15,855 00 

6,400 00 
2,300 00 



61,945 00 



12,145 00 

15,600 00 
4,200 00 



15,855 00 

5,400 00 
2,300 00 



% Cts. I $ cts. 



800 00 
1,500 00 



5,000 00 



4,250 00 



24,555 00 31,945 00 



23,555 00 



300 00 



2,750 00 



1,000 00 



1,000 00 



92 



XXXIX.— POST OFFICE. 



The Appropriation for the Current Year, 1888-89, compared with the 
Estimates for the following Year, commencing the 1st July, 1889, 



s 

o 


Number 
of Clerks, &c. 


Heads of Expenditare. 


1888-89. 


1889-90. 


Compared with 
Estimates ot 1888-89. 


o 


1888-89. 


1889-90. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 




637 
343 
90 
82 
15 
33 
90 


643 
345 
93 
82 
16 
34 
92 


Ontario 


$ cts. 

1,346,570 00 
649,090 00 
242,640 00 
257,250 00 
43,490 00 
151,230 00 

278,380 00 


$ cts. 

1,366,110 00 
6^0,030 00 
232,780 00 
253,830 00 
44,560 00 
137,420 00 

274,980 00 


$ cts. 

19,540 00 
940 00 


$ cts. 


1 


Quebec 




1 


New Brunswick 


9,860 00 
3; 420 00 


215 <{ 


Nova Scotia 




' 


Prince Edward Island.... 

British Columbia 

Manitoba and the North- 
West Territories 


1,070 00 


13,810 00 
3 400 00 








Total 








1,290 


1,305 


2,968,650 00 


2,959,710 00 




8,940 00 









RECAPITULATION. 



For Mail Service 

Salaries and AUowanjee. 
Miscellaneous 



Total. 



1,690,100 00 

1,069,870 00 

208,680 00 



1,665,300 00 

1,088.210 00 

206,2 00 



2,968,650 001 2,959,710 00 



18,340 00 



24,800 00 
2,480 OO 



8,940 00 



93 



XXXIX.— POST OFFICE— OUTSIDE SERVICE. 



Number. 



1888-89. 1880 90. 



Heads of Expenditure. 



1888-89. 



18S9-»0. 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1889-90. 



Increase, i Decrease. 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 


4 


4 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


11 


11 


24 


20 


16 


11 


5 


5 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


4 


4 


1 


1 


1 


1 


11 


11 


17 


17 


11 


12 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


3 


3 


1 


1 


131 


123 



ONTARIO. 
Mail Service. 

By Grand Trunk R.-iilway "I 

Great Western Railway j 

Canadian Pacific Railway..., 

Other rail ways , 

Steamboat and sailing craft. 
Ordinary land conveyance .. 

For mail bags, mail locks, &c 

Total Mail Service. 
SALARIES. 
Inspkctors' Divisions. 



Chief Inspector — 

Chief Inspector 

Assistant Inspector. 
First Class Clerk.... 
Third Class Clerk... 



cts. 



225,000 00 

110,000 00 

85,000 00 

9,000 00 

270,000 00 
10,000 00 



709,000 00 



Toronto nivi!>iion — 

Inspector 

Assistant Inspectors... 

First Class Clerk : 

Second Class Clerks., 

Third ClafS Clerks 

Messengers 



Railway Mail Clerks — 
Chief Railway Mail Clerk. 

First Class Clerks.; 

Second Class Clerks 

Third Class Clerks 

Mail Transfer Agents 



London I>ivi<«ton — 

luspertor 

Assistant In.spector.. 

First Class Clerk 

Second Class Clerks. 
Third Class Clerks... 
Messensrer 



Railway Mail Clerks- 
Chief Railway Mail (Jlerk. 

First Class ClVrks 

Second Class Clerks 

Third Class Clerks 

Mail TraLsfer Agent , 



B»rrie I>ivi<4ion — 

Inspector 

Assistant Inspector. 
Second Class Clerks 
Third Class Clerks , 
Messenger 



Carried forward 



2,800 00 

1,S0() (1(» 

1,400 00 

520 00 



2,600 00 
2,850 00 
1,40(1 01) 
4,600 00 
1,000 00 
580 00 



1,500 00 

10.560 00 

18,240 00 

8,400 00 

2,670 00 



2,400 00 
1,600 00 
1,400 00 
2,150 00 
2,680 00 
3W 00 



1.500 00 

loiseo 00 

12,800 00 

6,000 00 

560 00 



2,200 00 
1,400 00 
2,1.,0 00 
1,840 00 
580 00 



$ Cts. 



230,000 00 

105,000 00 

105,000 00 

4,00li 00 

270,000 00 

10,000 00 



$ cts. % cts. 



5,000 00 



20.000 00 



724,000 00 



15,000 00 



110,630 00 



2,800 00 

1 ,350 00 

1,400 00 

560 00 



2,600 00 
2,850 00 
1,500 00 
4,650 00 
1,040 00 
600 00 



1,500 00 

10,560 00 

15,600 00 

5,840 00 

2,760 00 



2,400 00 
1,600 00 
1,400 00 
2,250 00 
2,720 00 
420 00 



1,,500 00 
10,560 00 
12,960 00 

6,520 00 
600 00 



2,200 00 

i,4f'0 00 

2,150 00 

1,960 00 

600 OO 



106,900 00 



50 00 
40 00 



100 00 
50 00 
40 00 
20 00 



90 00 



100 00 
40 00 
30 00 



160 00 

520 00 
40 00 



50 00 



120 00 
20 00 



5,000 00 
5,000 00 



2,640 00 
2,560 00 



3,730 00 



94 



XXXIX— rOST OFFICE— OUTSIDE S^HYiCE- Continued. 



Number. 



1888-89. I 1889-90. 



Heads of Expenditure. 



1888-89. 1889-»<» . 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



Increase. 



Decrease. 



131 123 Brought forward 

' I ONTARIO— SALARIES— Con. 

I Inspector's Divisions — Con. 



Bi»rri«» nivisloii — Con. 
Railway Mail Clerks — 

rhif'f Railway Mail Clerk. 

First Hss Clerks 

Second Class Clerks 

Third Class Clerks 



1 


1 


3 


3 


11 


11 


10 


8 


1 


1 


1 


1 


3 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 




1 


3 


2 


6 


6 


1 


1 


1 


2 


1 


1 


3 


2 


4 


4 


1 


1 


1 


1 


7 


8 


13 


13 


17 


17 


1 


1 




1 


1 


1 


2 


?. 


1 


1 




1 




4 




8 



226 



I£ln$£»>ton Division — 

Inspector 

Assisiant Inspector ... 
Seciiiid Class Clerks.. 

Third Class Clerk 

Messenger 



% cts. 
110,630 00 



232 



Railway Mail Clerks — 

First"Class Clerk 

Second Class Clerks 
Third Class Clerks... 



Ottawn Division — 

Inspector. 

Assistant Inspectors .. 

First Class Clerk 

Second Class Clerks., 
Third Class Clerks.... 
Messenger 



Railway Mail Clerks — 

Chief Railw.ay Mail Clerk. 

First Class Cleiks 

Second Class Cleks 

Third Class Clerks 



Stratford nivision — 

Inspector 

Assistant Insiiector. 
Second Class Clerk. 
Thinl Class Clerks... 
Messenger 



Railway Mail ('lerks — 

First'Class Clerk 

Second Class Clerks 

Thi'd Class Clerks 

Night duty an^l mileage allow- 
ance to Railway Mail Clerks 
in Ontario 



Total Inspectors' Division 
(Julario „ 



1.500 no 
2,800 00 
8,400 00 
5,320 00 



2,400 00 

1.400 00 

3.600 00 

440 00 

390 00 



1,920 00 
3,120 00 



2.400 00 
1,250 00 
l.,5(>0 00 
3,100 00 
2.490 00 
450 00 



1.500 00 
6'. 720 00 
9,560 00 
8,840 00 



2,200 00 



950 00 

1,000 00 

390 00 



$ cts. 
106.900 00 



S cts.; S cts. 

3,730 00 



32,000 00 



1,500 00 
2,800 00 
8,560 00 
4,280 00 



2,400 00 I 

1,450 00 I 

3,400 00 1. 

440 00 I 

390 00 



960 00 
1.360 00 
3.240 00 



2,400 00 
2,850 00 
1,200 00 
2,000 00 
2,250 00 
480 00 I 




1,500 00 
7,600 00 
9,640 00 
8,880 00 



2,200 00 
1,250 00 

950 00 
1,.560 (»0 

420 00 



960 00 
3,040 00 
4,400 00 



32,000 00 



216,270 00 ] 223,260 00 



50 00 



960 00 
120 00 



1.600 00 



30 00 



880 00 
80 00 
40 00 



1,250 00 



560 00 
30 00 



060 00 
3,040 00 
4,400 00 



1,040 00 



200 00 



560 00 



300 00 

1,100 00 

240 00 



4,190 00 



95 



XXXIX— rOST OFFICE-OUTSIDE ^ERY ICE— Continued. 



Number. 



1888-89. 1889-90. 



Heads of Expenditure. 



1 

1 

3 

16 

■28 
1 



398 



1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


4 


4 


25 


25' 


32 


32 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


• 1 


2 


2 



1 
1 

3 

16 

28 

1 



1 


1 


1 


1 


I 


1 


6 


6 


37 


37 


29 


29 


•> 


9 






1 


I 


1 


1 


6 


6 


12 


12 


60 


60 


83 


83 


7 


7 


1 


1 


1 


1 



ONTARIO— SALARIES— Co«, 
City Post Offices. 



Belleville- 
Postmaster 

Assistant Postmaster. 
Second Class Clerk..., 
Third Class Clerks 



Hamilton — 

Postmaster 

Assistant Postmaster. 
First Class Clerks.... 
Second Class Clerks.. 
Third Class Clerks... 

Letters Carriers 

Messengers 



Kingston — 

Postmaster 

Assistant Postmaster., 

First Class Clerk 

Second Class Clerks ., 

Third Class Clerks 

Letters Carriers 

Messenger 



London — 

Postmaster 

Assistant Postmaster., 
Second (/lass Clerks... 

Third Class Clerks 

Letter Carriers 

Messenger 



Ottawa — 

Postmaster 

Assistant Postmaster. 

First Class Clerk 

ScM'ond Class Clerks... 

Third Class Clerks 

Letter Carriers 

Aiesscngers 



Toronto — 

Po.-'tmaster 

Assistant Postmaster 

First Class Clerks , 

Second Class Clerks 

Third Class Clerks 

Letter ('arriers 

Office Keepers and Messen 
gers 



Windsor- 
Postmaster 

I Assistant Postmaster., 



398 ' Carried forward. 



1888-89. 



$ cts. 



1,400 00 
1,100 00 
1,050 00 
3,840 00 



2,400 00 
1,800 00 
2,500 00 
4,400 00 
15,840 00 
16,.30() 00 
1,020 00 



2,000 00 

1.400 00 

1,300 00 

2,150 00 

5,230 00 

3,860 00 

390 00 



2,200 CO 

1.600 00 

3,500 00 

10,720 00 

14,580 00 

600 00 



■J. 400 00 
],c)00 00 
1,400 00 
6,550 00 
2v-,980 00 
14,430 00 
1,020 00 



3,000 00 

2,000 00 

7,700 00 

IS, 850 00 

30,360 00 

41,110 00 

3,290 00 



1,400 00 
1,100 00 



188&-90. 



$ cts. 



1,400 00 

1,100 00 

950 00 

3,840 00 



2,400 00 
1,800 00 
2,600 00 
4,300 00 
16,200 00 
1(;,040 00 
1,050 00 



2,0C0 00 
1,400 00 
1,400 00 
1,900 00 
5,070 00 
4,020 00 
420 00 



2,200 00 

1,600 00 

3,5,')0 00 

10,520 00 

15,1'10 00 

600 00 



2.600 00 
2,000 00 
1,400 00 I 
6,6.".0 00 I 
20,5jn 00 I 
14.760 00 
1.050 00 



4,000 00 

2,0"0 00 

7,700 00 

14,050 00 

38,300 GO 

42,130 00 

3,390 00 



1.400 00 
1,100 00 



259,670 00 ' 265,450 00 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



Increase. 



f cts. 



100 00 



300 00 

640 00 

30 CO 



100 00 



Decrease. 



160 00 
30 00 



50 00 
5C0 00 



200 00 
100 00 



100 00 



330 00 
30 00 



1.000 00 



200 00 
1,940 00 
1,0-0 00 

100 00 



5,780 00 



$ Cts. 



lOO 00 



100 00 



250 00 

160 0* 



200 0» 



400 Oft 



9t> 



XXXIX— POST OFFICE-OUTSIDE SERYICE -Continued. 



Number. 



1888-80. 1889-90. 



Heads of Expenditure. 



1888-89. 



1S89-90. 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



Increase. 



Decrease. 



398 



1 

10 

2 

411 



226 



398 



1 

10 

2 

411 



232 



Brought forward 

ONTARIO— SALARIES— (7on. 

City Post Offices — Con. 

Windsor — Cnntiined. 

Second Class Clerk 

Third Class Clerks 

Messenger and Porter 



Total. City Post Offices 

Remittances to Country Post- 
masters for balances of salary. 

Inspector's Divisions — Salaries 
brought down 



637 



643 



Total Salaries. 



MiSCELLA.NEOUS. 

For commission to Postmasters upon Savings 

Bank business 

For rent, &c., for Inspectors' Offices and City Post 

Offices 

For travelling charges and expenses of Inspectors 

and other Officers on duty 

For stationery, printing and advertising 

For maniifacture of postage stamps, post cards, 

envelope.^, jiosl bands, &c 

For hand ^tamps for post marking, office seals and 

scales and weights for pcjst offices 

For transit postage, payable to the United States.. 
For other miscellaneous items of Post Office 

charges and equipments 



§ cts. 
259,670 00 



S cts, 
265,450 00 



1,050 00 I 1,100 00 

6.620 00 6,580 00 

960 00 1.020 00 



268,300 00 

40,00 00 
216,270 00 



274,150 00 

37,000 00 
220,460 00 



b cts. I 5, cts. 
5,780 00 



50 00 



.1 40 00 



60 00 ' 



524,570 00 I 531,610 00 



12,000 00 

1,000 00 

11,000 00 
30,000 00 

26,000 00 

3,000 00 
10,000 00 



14,500 00 

500 00 

7,500 00 
30,000 00 

25,000 00 

3,000 00 
10,000 00 



20,000 00 ! 20,000 00 



5,850 00 



4,190 00 



7,040 00 



2,500 00 



Total Miscellaneous 113,000 00; 110,500 00 

Total Salaries brought down .-i24,570 00 ' 531,610 00, 7,040 00 

Total Mail Service brought down 709,000 00 | 72-1,000 00 \ 15,000 00 



3,000 00 



500 00 
3,500 00 

1,000 00 



.',500 GO 



Total Ontario 1,346,570 00 1,366,110 00 



19.540 00 



OY 



XXXIX. -POST OFFICE-OUTSIDE SERYIQE— Continued 



Number. 



Heads of Expf^nditure. 



1888-89. 1889-90. 



1 


1 


2 


2 


3 


3 


4 


4 


1 


1 


1 


1 


12 


12 


29 


27 


11 


11 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


4 


4 


1 


1 


1 


1 


5 


6 


18 


16 


7 


7 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


5 


1 


1 


113 


114 



1888-80. 



QUEBEC. 

Mail Sekvice. 



By Grand Trunk Railw.>^y 

Intercolonial Railway 

Other railways 

Steamboat and sailing craft.. 

Ordinary land conveyance... 
For mail bugs, mail locks, &c.... 



$ cts, 



74,000 00 

40,000 00 

55,000 UO 

20,000 00 

150,000 00 

4,000 00 



Total Mail .Service 343,000 00 



S.VL.ARIKS. 
Inspectors' Divisions. 

Montreal Division — 

Inspector 

Assistant Inspectors 

Second Ulass Clerks 

Third Class Clerks 

Messenger 

Railway Mail Clerks.— 

Chief Railway Mail Clerk.... 

First Class Clerks 

Second Class Clerks 

Third Class Clerks 

Mail Transfer Agents 

<lnebec Division-.— 

Inspector 

Assistant Inspector 

Second Class Clerks 

Third Class Clerks 

Messenger 

Railway Mail Clerks — 

Ch'et Railway Mail Clerk,.. 

First Class Clerks 

Second Class Clerks 

Third Class Clerks 

Mail Transfer Agent 

Three Rivers Division — 

Inspector...-. 

Assistant Inspector 

Third Class Clerk 

Messenger 

Railway Mail Clerks- 
Second Class Clerks 

Third Class Clerk 

Night duty and mileage allow- 
ance to Railway Mail Clerks 
in Quebec 

Total Salaries, Inspectors' 
Divisions..... 



2, GOO 00 

2,';oo 00 

3,300 00 

2,520 00 

600 00 



1,500 00 

11,520 00 

22.050 00 

5,640 00 

1,000 00 



2,000 00 

1,400 00 

.2,400 00 

2,600 00 

390 00 



1,500 00 

4,800 00 

14,000 00 

3,640 00 

600 00 



2,000 00 

1,400 00 

720 00 

390 00 



720 00 
480 00 



16,000 00 



108,470 00 



I8S9-»0. 



cts. 



74,000 no 
40,000 (.0 
56,000 00 
12,000 00 
150,000 00 
5,500 00 



337,500 00 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



Increase. Decrease. 



f cts. 



1,000 00 



1,500 00 



$ eta. 



8,000 09 



2,600 00 
2,700 00 
3,300 00 
2,160 00 
390 00 



1.500 00 
11,520 00 
20,570 00 

5,680 oo 

1,080 00 



2,000 00 
1.450 00 
2 ',400 00 
2,320 00 
390 00 



1,500 00 

5,760 00 

12,320 00 

3,480 00 

600 00 



2,200 00 

1,450 00 

760 00 

390 00 



3,840 00 

480 00 



16,000 00 



108,840 00 



40 00 
80 00 



50 00 



960 00 



200 00 
50 00 
40 00 



,120 00 



370 00 



5,500 0» 



360 0» 
210 00 



1,480 00' 



260 •• 



1,680 00 
160 09 



2—7* 



98 



XXXIX.— POST OFFICE— OUTSIDE SERY ICE— Continued. 



Number. 


Heads of Expenditure. 


1888-89. 


1889-90. 


Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 


1888-89 


1889 90. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


1 


1 

1 

8 

18 

66 

82 
7 

1 
1 
4 
18 
21 
3 


QUEBEC— SAL ARIES— Con. 

City Post Offices. 
Montreal — 


$ Ct5. 

4,000 bo 
2,000 00 


$ ets. 

4,000 00 
2.000 00 


$ cts. 

1,200 00 
200 00 

2,550 00 

570 00 

30 00 

50 00 
800 00 
350 00 

20 00 


$ cts. 


1 






7 


First Class Clerks 


10,150 00 . 11.3.50 00 




18 


Second Class Clerks 


20,250 00 

40,120 00 

40,500 00 

3,450 00 

2,000 00 

1,400 00 

4,700 00 

11,680 00 

10,840 00 

1,830 00 


20,450 00 

42,670 00 

41,070 00 

3,480 00 

2,000 00 

1,400 00 

4,750 00 

12,480 00 

11,190 00 

1.850 00 




66 


Third Class Clerks 




82 






7 
1 


Messengers and Porters 

Quebec — 




1 






4 


Second Class Clerks 




18 


Third Class Clerks 




21 






3 


Office Keeper and Messen- 
ofers 






Total Salaries, City Offices 

Remittances to Postmasters for 
balances of salary 






230 


231 
114 


152,920 00 

2,000 00 
108,470 00 


158,690 00 

2,000 00 
108,840 00 


5,770 00 
370 00 




113 


Salaries of Inspectors' Divisions 
Total Salaries, Quebec 




343 


345 


263,390 00 


269,530 00 


6,140 00 





99 



XXXIX.— POST OFFICE— OUTSIDE SEUYIGE—Continued. 



Heads of Expenditure. 



1888-89. 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



188990. 



lucrease. 



Decrease. 



MlSCELIiANEOUS. 

For Commission to Postmasters on Savings Bank 

business 

For rent, &c., for Inspectors' OfiBces 

For travelling charges and expenses of Inspectors 

and other officers on duty f. 

For stationery, printing and advertising 

For manufacture of postage stamps, post cards, 

envelopes, post bands, &c 

For hand stamps for post marking, seals, scales 

and weights for Post Offices 

For transit postage, payable to the United States. 
For other miscellaneous items of Post Office 

charges and equipments 

Total Miscellaneous 

Total Salaries brought down 

Total Mail Service brought down 

Total for Quebec 



$ cts. 



2,000 00 
1,000 00 

5,000 00 
12,000 00 

10,000 00 

1,200 00 

;!,ooo 00 

8,500 00 



42,700 00 
263,390 00 
343,000 00 



049,090 00 



$ cts. 



2,000 00 
1,000 00 

5,000 00 
12,000 00 

10,000 00 

1,000 00 
3,000 00 

9,000 00 



$ cts 



$ cts. 



43,000 00 
269,530 00 
337,500 00 



650,030 00 



500 00 



300 00 
6,140 00 



200 00 



5,500 00 



940 00 



2-7** 



100 



XXXIX.— POST OFFICE— OUTSIDF. SERYIC-E-Continued. 



Number. 



18P8-89. 



1 

3 

17 

11 



1 
1 
2 
7 
15 
15 
1 



1889-90. 



90 



1 

3 

17 

11 



1 
1 
2 
7 
15 
15 
2 



Heads of Exjienditure. 



1888-89. 



NEW BRUNSWICK. 
Mail Service. 



$ cts. 



By Intercolonial Railway ' 45,000 00 

Other railways 32,000 00 

Steamboat and sailing craft.. 14,000 4)0 

Ordinary land conveyance ... 56,000 00 

For mail bags, mail locks, &c.... 1,000 00 



93 



Total Mail Service 148,000 00 



1889-90. 



Compared with 

Estimates of 1888-89. 



Increase. Decreas 



$ cts 



45,000 00 
32,000 00 

3,000 00 
56,000 00 

1,000 00 




$ cts. 



11,000 W 



137,000 00 



11,000 00 



Salaries. 

New Brnnswick In^pector'si 
Division — 

Inspector ' 

Assistant Inspector 

First Class Clerk ; 

Second Class Clerks , 

Third Class Clerks i 

Messenger 

Railway Mail Clerks — 
Chief Railway Mail Clerk 

First Cla.=s Clerks 

Second Class Clerks 

Third Class Clerks 



2,200 00 



City Post Offices. 

Fredericton — 

Postmaster 

First Class Clerk 

Second Class Clerks 

Third Class Clerks , 

Letter Carrier 

St. John- 
Postmaster 

Assistant Postmaster 

First Class Clerks 

Second Class Clerks.. 

Third Class Clerks 

Letter Carriers 

Messenger and Oflice-keeper 

Night duty and mileage allow- 
ance to Railway Mail Clerks 
in New Brunswick 

Remittance.-; to Postmasters for 
balance of salary 

Totiil Salaries for New 
Brunswick 



1,350 00 

2,150 00 

1,240 00 

600 00 



1,500 00 

2,880 00 

12,960 00 

5,760 00 



1,70© 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
3,160 00 
590 00 



2,000 00 
1,500 00 
2,400 00 
8,050 00 
9,600 00 
8,020 00 
580 00 



8,000 00 
2,500 00 



2.200 00 

1,350 00 

1,200 00 

1.950 00 

1,600 0« 

600 «0 



1,500 00 

2,880 00 

12,960 0« 

5,640 00 



1,700 00 

1,200 00 

2.150 00 

2.880 00 

390 M 



2,000 00 
1,500 00 
2,400 00 
8,150 00 
9,840 00 
8,270 00 
1,020 00 



8,000 00 
2,000 00 



1,35* 00 
360 00 



950 00 



100 00 
240 00 
250 00 
440 00 



81,140 00 



83,380 00 



2,240 00 



150 00 
200 00 



120'00 



280 00 
200 00 



500100 



101 



XXXIX.— POST OFFICE— OUTSIDE SEUYICE— Continued. 



Heads of Expenditure. 


1888-89. 


18S9-S0. 


Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


MiSCELLANKOUS. 

For travelling charges and expenses of Inspectors 
and other officers on duty 


$ cts. 

1,000 00 
4,000 00 

3,000 00 

500 00 
2,000 00 

3,000 00 


$ cts. 

1,000 00 
3,000 00 

3,000 00 

400 00 
2,000 00 

.^ nnn nn 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


For stationery, printing and advertising 


1,000 00 


For manufacture of postage stamps, post cards, 
envelopes, post bands, <fec 






For hand stamps for post marking, office seals, 
scales and weights for Poft Offices 


100 00 


For transit postage payable to the United States... 

For other miscellaneous items of Post Office charges 

and equipments 












Total Miscellaneous 


13,500 00 12,400 00 

81,140 00 83,380 00 

148,000 00 137,000 00 




1,100 00 


Total Salaries brought down 


2,240 00 


Total Mail Service brought down 


11,000 00 




Total, New Brunswick 


242,640 00 


232,780 00 




9,860 OO 







102 



XXXIX.— POST OFFICE— OUTSIDE SERY ICE— Continued. 



Number. 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



Ht-ads of Exjieniliture. 



1888-89. . 1889-90 



1888-89. I88f>-1>0 



Increase. 



Decrease. 



82 



82 



NOVA SCOTIA. 
Mail Service. 



By Intercolonial Railway 

Other railways > 

Steamboat and sailing craft.. 
Ordinary land conveyance... 

For mail bags and locks, &c 



cts. 



26,000 00 

25,000 00 

5,000 00 

116.000 00 

1,000 00 



Total Mail Service | 173,000 00 



Salaries. 

iVova Sontia In!>poctor's 
Division : — 

Inspector 

Assistant Inspector 

First 'iiss Cierk 

Second Class Clerks.^ 

Third Class Clerks 

Messenger and OflSce Keeper 

Railway Mail Clerks- 
Chief Railwav Mail Clerk. 

First Class C"leiks„ 

Second Class Clerks 

Third Class Clerks 



Halifax — 

Postmaster 

Assistant Postmaster. 

First Class Clerks 

Second Class Clerks... 

Third Class Clerks 

Letter Carriers 

Messensrer 



Night dnty and mileage allow- 
ance to Railway Mail Clerks 
in Xova Scotia 

Remittances to Postmasters for 
balances of salary 

To add to tlif. sum provided Jor 
a now V leant tlerkship of 
the Post Office Inspector's 
Office, ILilifaXy to enable the 
Inspector iO pay Sydenham 
Uowe for services in that 
office 



Total Salaries, Nova Scotia 



2.200 00 
1,400 00 
l'200 00 
2,050 00 
2.440 00 
940 00 



1,500 00 
1,920 00 
6,000 00 
6,360 00 



2,400 00 

1,600 00 

2,700 00 

4,500 00 

13,160 00 

10,390 00 

390 00 



5,000 00 
2,000 00 



200 00 



68,350 00 



26,000 00 

20,000 00 

2.000 00 

120,000 00 

700 OO 



168.700 00 



2.200 00 
2,650 00 



2.150 00 

2^520 00 

780 00 



1.500 00 
1,920 00 
6,080 00 
6,320 00 



2,400 00 

1,600 00 

2,700 00 

4,650 00 

13,120 00 

10,520 00 

420 00 



5,000 00 
1,500 00 



4,000 00 



cts. 



5.000 00 
3,000 00 



200 00 



4,300 00 



1,250 00 



100 00 
80 00 



80 00 



i:.o 00 



130 00 
30 00 



1,200 00 
160 00 



40 00 



40 00 




500 00 



200 00 



68,030 00 



320 00 



103 



XXXIX.— ]*OST OFFICE— OUTSIDE SERVICE 


— Continued. 


-f — 

Heads of Expenditure. 


1888-89. 


1889-90. 


Compared witk 
Estimates of 1888-89. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


Miscellaneous. 
For traTclling charges and expenses of Inspector, 


$ Cts. 

1,800 00 
5,000 00 

4,000 00 

500 00 
2,000 00 

2,600 00 


^ cts. 

1.800 00 
5,000 00 

3,000 00 

300 00 
2,000 00 

5,000 00 


% cts. 


$ cts. 






For manufacture of postage stamps, post cards, 

enyelopes, post bands, &c.. . 

For hand stamps for post marking, oflBce seals. 


1,000 »• 




200 00 


For transit postage payable to the United States.. 

Porother miscellaneous items of Post Office charges 

and equipments 


2,400 00 






15,900 00 

68,350 00 

173,000 00 


17,100 00 

68,030 00 

168,700 00 


1,200 00 






320 00 


Total Mail Service brought down 




4,300 00 






Total for Nova Scotia 


257,250 00 


253,830 00 




3,420 00 







104 



XXXIX.— rOST OFFICE -OUTSIDE :<FAIYICE— Continued. 



Number 




15 



Hca<^]« of Expenditure. 



PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 
Mail Service. 



By Railway 

Ordinary land convej-ance .. 
For mail ba?s, mail locks, &c .. 



Tol:,l Mail Service. 



It; 



Sai..\ries. 

Chariot let own — 

Postmaster, also Assistant 

Inspector 

Second (Mass Clerks 

Third Class Clerks 

Railway Mail Clerks 

Messenger 

Night dutj" and mileage allow- 
ance to Railway Mail Clerks in 
Prince Edward Island 

Remittances to Postmasters for 
balances of salaries 

Total Salaries for Prince 
Edward Island 



MiSCBLLANBOUS. 

For travelling charges and expenses of Assistant 

Inspector and other officers on duty 

For stationery, printing and advertising 

For manufacture of postage stamps, post cards, 

envelopes, post bands, Ac 

For hand stamps for post marking, office seals, 

scales and weights for Post Offices 

Por transit postage payable to the United States... 
F«r other miscellaneons items of Post Office charges 

and equipments 



Total Miscellaneous 

Total Salaries brought down 

Total M^il Service brought down 



1888-89. 1S89-9U. 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



\ 



Increase. Decrease. 



S cts. 



16.000 00 

12.000 00 

500 00 



$ cts 



16,000 00 

12,000 00 

500 00 



28.500 00 



2.^.500 00 



2.000 00 
2,100 00 
o.SSO 00 
1,520 00 
390 00 



300 00 
200 00 



2.200 00 
2.150 00 
6.600 00 
1.520 00 
390 00 



400 00 
200 00 



I 
12,390 00 ' 13,400 00 



200 00 
600 00 



500 00 



100 00 

400 00 



800 00 



200 00 
61)0 00 



500 00 



100 00 
400 00 



800 00 



2,000 00 
12,;!90 OO 
28,500 00 



2,000 00 
13,460 00 
28,500 00 



Total for Prince Edward Island I 43,490 00 44,500 00 



cts. 



200 00 

50 00 

720 00 



100 00 



1,070 00 



$ eta. 



1,070 00 



1,070 00 



105 



XXXIX.— POSr OFFICE— OUTSIDE SERY ICE— Continued. 



Number. 



1888-89. 1889-90 



1 
1 
1 
5 
21 
17 
1 



90 



1 

2 

8 

23 



1 
1 
1 
4 
21 
16 
1 
1 



92 



Heads of Expenditure. 



MANITOBA AND THE NORTH 
WEST TERRITORIES. 

Mail Skrvice. 

By Railway 

Ordinary land conveyance.. 
For mail bags, mail locks, &c. 

Total Mail Service 



MANITOBA. 

Salaries. 

Manitoba, Ac, Inspector's 
Division : — 

Inspector , 

Assistant Inspectors 

Second Class Clerks 

Third Class Clerks 

Messenger 

Railwav Mail Clerks — 
Chief Railway Mail Clerk 

First Class Clerks ....; 

Second Class Clerks 

Third Class Clerks 



Winnipeg Post Officb. 



Postmaster , 

Assistant Postmaster. 

First Class Clerk 

Second Class Clerks .. 
Third Class Clerks .... 

Letter Carriers 

Messenger 

Porter 



For 



Night duty and mileage allow- 
ance to Railway Mail Clerks 

Remittances to Postmasters for 

balances of salary 

provisional allowance on 
ordinary salaries to meet the 
exceptional increased cost 
of living in Manitoba 



Total Salaries, Manitoba... 



1888-89. 



$ cts. 



80,000 00 

95,000 00 

1,000 00 



1889-90. 



2,200 00 
2,600 00 
2,200 00 
2,600 00 
390 00 



1,350 00 

1,920 00 

5,800 00 

10,760 00 



2.400 00 

1,800 00 

1,200 00 

5,600 00 

11,560 00 

7,900 00 

600 00 



13.000 00 
2,500 00 

10,000 00 



86.380 00 



80,000 00 

90,000 00 

500 00 



176,000 00 170,500 00 



2,200 00 
2,050 00 
3,150 00 
2,720 00 
450 00 



1.350 00 

1,920 00 

5,960 00 

11,900 00 



2,400 00 

1,800 00 

1,200 00 

4,550 00 

12,020 00 

7,630 00 

600 00 

420 00 



14,500 00 
1,000 00 

10,000 00 



88,480 00 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



Increase. Decrease 



$ cts. 



50 00 
950 00 
120 00 

60 00 



160 00 
1,200 00 



460 00 

420 00 

1,500 00 



$ Cts. 



6,000 00 
500 00 



5,500 OO 



1,050 Ot 
270 09 



1,500 0<i 



2,1C0 00 



106 



XXXIX.— POST OFFICE— OUTSIDE SEUY ICE— Continued. 



Heads of Expenditure. 


1888-89. 


1889-90. 


Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


MiSCELLANEOnS. 

For travelling charges and expenses of Inspector 
and other oflBcers on duty 


$ cts. 

1.500 00 
4,000 00 

4,000 00 

500 00 
2,000 00 

4,000 00 


$ cts 

1,500 00 
4,000 00 

3,000 00 

500 00 
2,000 00 

5,000 00 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


For stationery, printing and advertising 




For manufacture of postage stamps, post cards, 
envelopes, post bands, &c 


1,000 00 


For hand stamps for post marking, office seals, 
scales and weights for Post Offices 


1,000 00 




For transit postage payable to the United States... 

For other miscellaneous items of Post Office 

charges and equipments 








Total Miscellaneous 


16,000 00 
86,380 00 
176,000*0 


16,000 00 
88 480 00 


2,100 00 




Total Salaries brouo^ht down 




Total Mail Service brought down 


170,500 00 




5.500 00 








Total for Manitoba and North-West 
Territories 


278,380 00 


274,980 00 




3,400 00 







10*7 



XXXIX.— POST OFFICE— OUTSIDE SEUYICE— Continued. 



Number. 



1888-89. 1889-90 



1 


1 




1 


2 


1 


2 


1 


1 


2 


2 


1 


6 


7 



33 



1 


1 


1 


1 


3 


2 


10 


11 


1 


1 


4 


4. 



34 



Heads of Expenditure. 



BRITISH COLUMBIA. 
Mail Service. 



By Railway 

Steamboat and sailing craft.. 
Ordinary land conveyance.... 
For mail bags, mail locks, Ac... 



Total Mail Service . 



Salaries. 

British Colnnibia Inspec- 
tor's Division — 

Inspector 

Assistant Inspector 

Second Class Clerk 

Third Class Clerk , 



Railway Mail Clerks — 
First Class Clerks .. 
Second Class Clerk, 
Third Class Clerks.. 



Victoria Post Office. 



Postmaster 

Assistant Postmaster 
Second Class Clerks . 

Third Class Clerks 

Messenger 

Letter Carriers 



Night duty and mileage allow- 
ance to Railway Mail Clerks.. 

Remittances to Postmasters for 
balances of salary 

For provisional allowance on 
salaries 



Total Salaries, British CoL 
umbia 



1888-89. 



$ cts. 



36,000 00 

34,000 00 

42,000 00 

600 00 



112,600 00 



2,000 00 



2,150 00 
1,280 00 



960 00 
1,520 00 
2,480 00 



2,000 00 
1,400 00 
2,950 00 
5,080 00 
390 00 
1,440 00 



5,000 00 
1,000 00 
4,000 00 



1889-90. 



33,650 00 



$ cts. 



35,000 00 

20,000 00 

44,000 00 

100 00 



Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



Increase. Decrease 



$ cts. 



2,000 00 



99,100 00 



2,000 00 

1,250 00 

950 00 

520 00 



1,920 00 

800 00 

3,560 00 



2,000 00 
1,400 00 
1,900 00 
5,440 00 
420 00 
1,560 00 



5,000 00 
1,000 00 
4,000 00 



33,720 00 



1,250 00 



960 00 
i'oSO 00 



360 00 

30 00 

120 00 



70 00 



$ Cts. 



1,000 00 
14,000 00 

500 CO 



13,500 00 



1,200 00 
760 00 



720 «• 



1,050 •• 



108 



XXXIX.— POST OFFICE— OUTSIDE S^RYIGE— Concluded. 



Heads of Expenditure. 


1888-89. 


1889-90. 


Compared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 


Increase, i Decrease. 


Miscellaneous. 

For travelling charges and expenses of Inspectors 
and other officers on duty 


$ eta. 
1 000 00 


$ cts. 
1 nnn nn 


$ cts. 
100 00 


$ cts. 


For stationery, printing and advertising 


ijooo 00 ; 1^000 00 

800 00 1 800 00 

1 

100 00 1 "X^i^ <^o 




For manufacture of postage stamps, post cards, 
envelopes and post bands 




For hand stamps for post marking, office seals, 
scales and weights for Post Office* 




For transit postage paj-able to the United States... 

For other miscellaneous items of Post Office charges 
and equipments _ 

To defray the coU of sending an officer to Victoria, 
B.C., to make arrangements for establishing 
the free delivery system there 


600 00 
1,000 00 

400 00 
80 00 


600 00 
1,000 00 


4.00 00 


To provide for the payment of a gratuity of two 
months' salary to Mrs. McLelan, widow of the 
lateD. T. McLelan {killed oa duty 6th Jan- 
uary, 1888), a tenporary Railwaij Mail Clerk 
in the British Coiumtta Postul Division 







80 00 









Total Miscellaneous 


4,980 00 4, GOO 00 

33,650 00 33.720 00 

112,600 00 99,100 00 




380 00 


Total Salaries brought down 


70 00 




Total Mail Service brought down 


13 500 00 








Total for British Columbia 


151 230 00 1-^7 -i^n nn 




13 810 00 













109 



XL— DOMINION LANDS— CHARaEABLE TO INCOME. 



Amount to be Voted $186,^48 25 



216'; 



Service. 



Commissioner's salary 

Superintendent of Mines' salary 

Inspector of Agencies' salary 

Secretary's salary 

Assistant Secretarj-'s salary 

7 Homestead Inspectors' salaries 

Dominion Lands Agents' salaries 

Crown Timber do 

Inspector of Ranches' salary 

Forestry Commissioner's salary 

Dominion Lands Ag:ent's salary, 
Westminster 

Crown Timber Agent's salary, New West- 
minster 



1888-89. 



1889-90. 



New 



To provide for salaries of Clerks in Outside 
Service, Forest Rangers and Land Gnide 
Servite 

To provide for travelling- e.Kpenses of In- 
spector of Agencies, iSuperintejident of 
Mines. Homestead Inspectors and Forestry 
Commissioner ; Contingencies ot Super- 
intendent of Mines, Land Board, Dominion 
Lands and Crown Timber Agents, [n- 
spector of Ranches, and at Head Office ; 
Sjjccial Service Account, Stationery and 
Printing and Half-Breed Claims Commis- 
sion expenses 

To provide for the payment of members of 
the Board of Examiners of Dominion 
Land Surveyor.-^ — (The authoriij- requir- 
ed by the Civil Service Act is hereby 
given for paying out of this vote such 
sums as may be required to pay for 
the services of members of the Board who 
are alsomimbers of the Civil Service) .... 

To ])rovide lor the payment of salaries of 
Extra Clerks at Head Office, Ottawa 

To provide for the payment of Advertising, 
Copying, &c " 



$ cts. 

5,000 00 
3,200 00 
2,600 00 
1,800 00 
1,400 00 
8,400 00 
19,200 00 
5,600 00 
600 00 
2,000 00 

2,800 00 

1.600 00 



45,450 00 



1,200 00 

28,000 00 

7,000 00 

181,268 25 



5t> cts. 

5 000 00 

.3,200 00 

2.200 00 

2,000 00 

1,500 00 

8,400 00 

19,200 00 

5,600 00 

600 00 

2,000 00 

2,800 00 

1,600 00 



Comi'ared with 
Estimates of 1888-89. 



Increase, j Decrease. 



53,600 00 54,100 00 



46,018 25 1 46,818 25 



48,830 00 



1,000 00 

35,000 00 

185,748 25 



$ cts.: $ cts. 



200 00 
200 00 
100 00 



500 00 
800 00 



3,380 00 



4,480 00 



200 00 



110 



XLL— DOMINION LANDS— CHARaEABLE TO CAPITAL. 



Amount to be Voted $110,000 00 



o 

> 

o 
6 


Service. 


1888-89. 


1889-ttO. 


Compared with 
Estimates of 1883-89. 

Increase. Decrease. 


217 


To provide for the amount required for 
Surveys, Examiuatioa of Survey Returns, 
Printing of Plans, &c 


$ cts. $ cts. 
110,000 00 1 loo.onn on 


$ cts. 


S cts. 
10,000 00 















SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES. 

OF CANADA, . 

FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDINQ 30th JUNE, 1889. 



SERVICE. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT 

Departmer.t of Printing and Stationery — To provide for 
payment to Mr. A. Senecal, Superintendent of Print- 
ing, for services rendered during the year 1887-88 in 
collecting materials, organizing staff and putting in 
type Voters' Lists for the Dominion, &c. (Order in 
Council) 

To provide for payment to Mr. Gliddon of the usual sta- 
tutory increase of $50, from Ist April to 30th June... 

Office of the Auditor General — Further amount required 
for contingencies 



Department of Marine — Further amount required to pro- 
vide for the salary of a third-class clerk, from 1st 
April to 30th June, 1889 

To provide for the salary of C. C. Chipman from Ist 
July, 1888, to 30th June, 1889 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 

Eefnnd of moneys paid in error on account of Judges' 
pensions : — 

Judge Boswell 

Judge Gowan 

To pay salary of J. Lynch, messenger (who has been 
transferred from the Supreme Court to the Exchequer 
Court), from 1st Apnl to 1st July, at $460 per 
annum 



PENITENTIARIES. 

Dorchester Penitentiary :— kmonni due to Messenger 
Alacdougall, allowance in lieu of perquisites, 1887-88 

Amount required to pay an allowance of $200 per 
annum to the Accountant and Schoolmaster from 
1st April to 30th June, 1889 

Manitoba Peni'tntiary : — Amount required to cancel 
charges for fuel and light, Warden's residence, 
1887-88 

Amount required to meet expenditure for officers' quar- 
ters during 1887-88 



$ cts, 



300 00 
12 50 



182 50 
2,300 00 



50 00 
50 00 



487 12 
215 05 



$ cts. 



312 60 
500 00 



2,482 50 



688 60 
579 74 



115 00 



% Ota. 



3,295 00 



1,383 34 



100 00 



702 17 



802 17 
5,480 51 



Supplementary Estimates, 1888-1889 — Continued. 



SERVICE. 



$ CtS. $ Ct8. 



$ eta. 



Brought forward 

LEGISLATIOX. 

HOCSB OF COMMOXS. 

To proride for the following promotions and increases : 

The Clerk' a Department. 

James Dalton, to 1st Class, Asst. Clerk Enc. Journals... 
J. A. Polkinghorne, to 2nd Class, Clerk Sess. Papers.... 

T. Ouimet, Asst. Clerk French Journals„ 

F. X. Lemieux, 2nd Assistant Postmaster 

W. Dube, Junior Clerk 

R. Brewer, to Ist Class, Asst. Accountant, &c 

E. P. Hartney, to Ist Class, E. P. Bills and Acting Clerk 

of Committee 

C. E. Clark, to 2nd Class Asst. Clerk of Stationery, &c 

H. P. Macdonell, Junior Clerk.. 

W. Robidoux, Junior Clerk 

J. Stansfield, to 1st Class, Postmaster 

H. R. Smith, Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms 



The Sergeant-at-Arms' Depar'ment. 



10 



11 



L. Dube, Chief Messenger 

N. Turgeon, Assistant Chief Messenger .., 

Geo. Smith, Bank Messenger 

G. A. Boudreault, the Clerk's Messenger 
Claire Hugg, Messenger in House 



Elections. 



To pay Major J. Wilson, Collector of Customs at Sault 
Ste. Marie, for services as Returning Officer for Al- 
goma at the general election of 1887 (notwithstand- 
ing anything to the contrary in the Civil Service 
Act) $150 having been authorized by the Supply Bill 
of 1887 



Library. 



To purchase 12 copies of Volume 14, Ontario Law Re- 
ports, for Library exchanges 



IMMIGRATION. 



Additional amount required for this service (Governor 
General's Warrant) > 



Carried forward. 



150 00 


200 


00 


200 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


200 


00 


200 


00 


150 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


200 


00 


200 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


90 


00 



5,480 51 



2,190 00 



50 00 



60 00 



2,300 00 



48,100 71 



55,881 22 



Supplementary Estimates, 1888-89 — Continued. 



n\ 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward. 



PENSIONS. 

To provide for the payment of the pension of Sir G. 
Phillipo, late Attorney General ot British Columbia, 
at the rate of $58-1 a year, from 5th October, 1888, 
to 30th June, 1889 

To pay estate of the late Major R. S. King, Welland 
Field Battery, pension, 1st July to 6th August, 1885, 
at $400 per annum 



13 



14^ 



15-! 



.MILITIA. 
Barracks in British Columbia 



RAILWAYS AND CANALS— CHARGEABLE TO 
CAPITAL. 



River Trent Navigation — To pay a gratuity of two 
months^ salary to the undermei^tioned persons, whose 
services are no longer required, the works being 
nearly completed ; payment was authorized by 
Orders in Council, dated respectively the 24th Dec- 
ember, 1888, and the 24th January, 1889, viz. :— 

J A. Aylmer 

A. J. Belcher 

W. J. Macaulay 

C. W. Roberts 

H. S. Greenwood 



$ cts. 



To pay a gratuity of one month's salary to the under- 
mentioned persons, whose services are no longer 
required, owing to the completion of the works on 
which they were employed, viz. : — 

Wellan i Canal : — 

E. J. Odium 

P. H. O'Neill 

John Lallison 

V. Curran 

W. F. Secord 

H. A. Willet 

C. H. W. King 

C. H. Knyvett; 

Charles Bridger 



Culbute Canal: — 

Wm. Pollock, Culbute Canal , 

Murray — Towards completing the present works, 
ernor General's Warrant) 



(Gov. 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



428 80 
40 55 



338 


50 


255 


00 


89 


25 


20 


00 


80 


00 



782 75 



105 00 
90 00 
90 00 
75 00 
75 00 
60 00 
60 00 
45 00 
15 00 



Cts. 



55,881 22 



469 35 



9,000 00 



615 00 

80 00 

140,000 00 



141,477 75 



206,828 32 



Supplementary Estimates, 1888-89 — Continued. 



18-! 



19-1 



20 
21 

22 
23 

24 



SERVICE. 




Brought forward. 



RAILWAYS— CHARGEABLE TO CAPITAL. 



Canadian Pacijic Railway. 

Arbitration (including the remuneration to be paid to 
L. K. Jones, a permanent officer of the Department 
of Railways and Canals, as Secretary of the Com- 
mission of Arbitrators, appointed by Order in Coun-i 
cil, dated 27th Feb., 1888. and in addition to his; 
regular salary.) (Governor General's Warrant) | 60,000 00 

To meet land claims and expenses on Pembina Branch. 

(Governor General's Warrant) | 1,573 69 

To pay award on claim of Charles Wilson, for gravel 
taken on his land — Stonewall Branch. (Governor 
General's Warrant) 1,549 13 

To pay for right of way from the town of East Selkirk 

to Whitemouth 1,000 00 



Intercolonial Railway. 



Increased accommodation at Halifax 

Dalhousie Branch 

Increased accommodation at Rivi6re-du-Loup 

Pictou Town Branch 

Rivi6re-du-Loup Town Branch. (Governor General's 

Warrant, $6,260.73) 

Dartmouth Branch 

Rolling stock. (Governor General's Warrant) 

Halifax Extension. (Governor General's Warrant) 



RAILWAYS AND CANALS— CHARGEABLE TO 
INCOME. 



Chamb'y Canal — Raising banks, lowering bottom ot 

canal, rebuilding lock walls, &c 

Lachine — To pay a gratuity of two months' pay to William 
O'Neil, lockman at Lock No. .'S, disabled by 
a paralytic stroke while performing his duties... 



2,800 00 

400 00 

1,700 00 

30,000 00 

7,100 00 

1,000 00 

170,000 00 

439 56 



St. Ours — To pay a gratuity of two months' pay to the 

widow of the late lockman, Alexis Lachambre 

Trent — To build a dam at Bobcaygeon 



64,122 82 



213,439 56 



Welland — Construction of a new highway bridge over 
the river, at the town of Chippewa. (Governor 

General's Warrant, $2,400) 

Repairing piers. Port Colborne and Port Maitland, 
and canal banks summit level 



3,000 00 
5,000 00 



Carried forward j 20,341 25 



8,200 00 
76 25 



65 00 
4,000 00 



8,000 00 



$ sts. 



206,828 32 



277,562 38 



484,390 70 



Supplementary Estimates, 1SSS-18S9— Continued. 



i 

o 

> 

o 


SERVICE. 

• 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


1 

$ eta. 




Brought forward 




20,341 25 

500 00 
213 50 


484,390 70 


25 


RAILWAYS AND CANALS— CHARGEABLE TO 
INCOME.— Cow. 

St. Peter's Canai .—To pajH. F.Perley, C.E., two years' 
services to 31st Dec, 1888, in superintending St. 




26 


Miscellaneous. 

To pay to the widow of the late J. W. Burke, in his life- 
time Extra Clerk in the Department of Railways and 








PUBLIC WORl^'S-CHARCxEABLE TO CAPITAL. 

Public Buildings. 

Ottawa. 

Additional Departmental Building, Wellington street — 
Settlement of Mrs. McLaurin's claim for dower on 
property purchased from Dr. McLaurin (Governor 




21,054 75 


27 


■ 
4,000 00 
3,700 00 


28 


Esquimalt Gravin"' Dock — Re-vote of lapsed amount .. 








PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO INCOME. 

Public Buildings. 

^ova Scotia. 

North Sydney Post Office, Custom House, &c.— Revote 

of lapsed amount (Governor General's Warrant) 

Amherst Post Office, &c 


375 00 

45 00 

400 00 


7,700 00 


39 


820 00 
675 00 
110 00 


Halifax Examining Warehouse 

Prince Edward Island. 




30 






31 


New Brunswick. 
Fredericton Post Office 






r 


Quebec. 

Montreal Drill Hall. (Governor General's Warrants)... 

Montreal Dominion Buildings — Improvements and repairs 

ClifiF under Citadel, Quebec — To make good damage to 

property resulting from the blasting of dangerous 

portions of the cliff at Diamond Harbour, during ihe 

winter of 1887, &c 


3,566 00 
510 00 

245 00 

5,000 00 




1 


St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary — Additional amount 
required for materials, tools, etc., for use by convicts 
in construction, etc 






Carried forward 






9,321 00 


1,605 00 


513,145 45 



Supplementary Estimates, 1888-89 — Continued. 



32 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward. 



PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO INCOME-C7on. 

Public Buildings — Concluded. 

Quelec — Concluded. 

Grosse He Quarantine Station — To pay J. Askwith in 
full settlement of claim for extra haulage of ma- 
terials, etc., made by him in connection with his 
contract for the erection of an hospital, dated IGth 
April, 1881 

Montreal Drill Hall — Balance of contracts, including 
superintendence and contingencies 

Montreal Armories — Balance of contracts, including 
superintendence and contingencies 

Joliette Post Office, &c 

Montreal Post Office 

Quebec Dominion Buildings — Improvements 

L Sherbrooke Post Office, Custom House, &c 



33. 



Ontario. 

Belleville Post Office, Custom House, &c 

iBarrie Post Office, Custom House, &c 

iHamilton Public Building — Wire window guards, &c 

Lindsay Post Office, Custom House, &c. (re-vote of 

lapsed amount) 

Napanee Post Office, Custom House, &c 

Toronto Post Office, Custom House and Examining 

Warehouse. (Governor General's Warrant, $1,500) 
Toronto Assistant Receiver General's Office — Sanitary 

works, &c 

Trenton Post Offic^-, Custom House, &c 



34 



35 



36 



Manitoba. 

Conversion of quarters vacated by Dominion Lands 
Commissioners at Winnipeg, into offices for Dom- 
inion Lands Agent, &c 



North-West Territ.ries. 

Prince Albert Court House and Gaol 

Old Lieutenant-Governor's Residence, Regina., 



Repairs, Furniture, Heatino, &c. 

Toronto Custom House and Examining Warehouse 

Water for Dominion Public Buildings — To pay to the 
City Corporation of Hamilton, accounts for water 
rates in connection with the new public building, 

(Governor Gen- 



Ist Jan^ 1881, to 30th June 
eral'e Warrant) 



1888. 



Carried forward , 



$ cts. 



9,321 00 



437 50 

14,800 00 

28,600 00 

3,000 00 

925 00 

150 00 

55 00 



50 00 

3,000 00 

100 00 

6,000 00 
12,000 00 

5,000 00 

1,110 32 
7,000 00 



430 00 
500 00 



475 00 



2,627 26 



3,102 26 



$ cts. 



1,605 00 



57,288 50 



34,260 32 



1,000 00 



930 00 



$ eta. 



513,145 45 



95,083 82 513,145 45 



Supplementary Estimates, 1SSS-S9 — Continued. 



36 < 



37- 



38 



39 



40 



41 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward 

PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO INCOME. 
Repairs, Furniture, Heating, &c. — Concluded. 



Additional safe for Victoria, B.C., Post Office 

Fitting up the temporary post office building at Winni- 
peg, for use as an examining warehouse 

Halifax Dominion Building — New pump and repairs to 
heating apparatus 

Antigonish Public Building — Repairs, furniture, &c 

Montreal Post Office — New safe for Customs postal] 
branch, and brass counter railing, 4;c., in account- 
ant's room 

Repairs,- fittings, &c., special agent's office, Montreal 
Custom House 

Quebec Post Office — Fitting up room for use as a Cus- 
toms office in connection with the postal parcel ser- 
vice 

Kingston Custom House — Repairs, furniture, &c 

Ottawa Geological Museum — Furniture, &c 



Harbors and Rivers. 
Nova Scotia.- 



Broad Cove Marsh 

Digby (re-vote of lapsed amount) 

Arisaig, Bayfield and McNair's Cove (Cape George)- 
Pier Repairs (re-vote of lapsed amount) 



Prince Edivard Island. 

Repairs to piers and breakwaters 

S^ew Brunswick. 

River St. John — River des Chutes to Woodstock and 
above Grand Falls ; also River Tobique 

Pointe du ChSne, Shediac — Repairs to breakwater, <kc. 
(Governor General's Warrant) 

Grande Anse— To complete. (Governor General's War- 
rant) 

Belliveau Village — (Re-vote of lapsed amount). (Gover- 
nor General's Warrant) 



Maritime Provinc s Generally. 

General repairs and improvements, Maritime Provinces 

Quebtc. 

Riviere du Li6vre 

Anse h, I'Eau or i'adousac Pier 

General Repairs and Improvements — Harbors and Rivera, 
Quebec 



Carried forward. 



$ cts: 



3,102 26 



300 00 
800 00 



600 00 
180 00 



500 00 
450 00 



350 00 
750 00 
675 00 



2,900 00 
1,650 00 

3,100 00 



356 60 
1,000 00 

150 00 
1,187 00 



25,000 00 
285 00 

2,000 00 



27,285 00 



$ cts. 



% cts. 



95,083 82 



513,145 45 



7,707 26 



7,650 00 



2,000 00 



2,692 60 



3,350 00 



118,483 68 



513,145 45 



Supplementary Estimates, lS8S'S9—Contin7ied. 



O 

o 
6 

it, 


SERVICE. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ Ct8. 




Brought forward 


27,285 00 

405 00 
40 00 
175 00 

275 00 

220 00 

1,375 00 

860 00 

245 00 

290 00 

275 00 

1,600 00 

2,600 00 

2,700 00 

5,000 00 

1,910 00 

390 00 

300 ftO 


118,483 68 

35,645 00 

10,300 00 

460 00 

2,900 00 

5,000 00 

565 00 

2,700 00 


513,145 45 




PUBLIC works-chargeable TO INCOME. 

Harbgus and Rivers — Concluded. 

Quebec — Concluded. 

He Perrot 




Kamouraska 






Lake Megantic Piers — Ropairs 






Murray Bay, Isle-aux-Coudres and Les Eboulments — 
Repairs to piers 




<Al\ 


Raising crib work in front of new immigration building 
on breakwater, Quebec 






Riviere Stc. Anne de la Perade 

River St. Francis 






River Yamaska 






iTrois Pistoles Pier 






iPapineauville or Pentecost Bay channel 

Port Daniel 






Perce — To complete pier 




f 


Ontari*. 

Tolsma Bay— Re-vote of lapsed amount. (Governor 
General's Warrant) 






Sault Ste. Marie 




4? J 


Portsmouth 






Rideau River — North Branch — Dredging 




. 


River Ottawa — Improvement of "steamboat channel 
through Narrows of Petewawa, above Pembrok* 

Manitoba. 
General repairs and improvements, harbors and rivers, 




48 






44 


Harbors and Rivert General.'t/. 
Harbors and Rivers srenerallv 






45 


Dkbdoing. 
New dredging plant 






. ■*€ 


Slides and Booms. 
River Madawaska, Ottawa District 






47 


Bridges, Ottawa City, over the River Ottawa, the Slides, 
the Rideau Canal and approaches thereto 








Carried forward 








176,053 68 


513,145 4S 



Supplementary Estimates, 1SSS-S9— Continued. 



SERVICE. 



$ cts 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



48 



Brought forward 

PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO INCOME— Con 

Telegraphs. 

Telegraph Lines, North-West Territories— New station 
at Saddle Lake, on the Qu'Appelle-Edmonton Line, 
via Fort Pitt 



176,053 68 



513,145 45 



95 00 



49- 



50 



51 



82 



Miscellaneous. 

Examination in connection with spring floods at Hon 
treal and ricinity 

To pay Miss Margaret Smellie, only surviving daughter 
of the late David Smellie of the heating staff. Pub' 
lie Buildings, Ottawa- — a gratuity equal to one month 
of his salary 

To cover accounts paid to Mr. S. Bray, D.L.S., of the 
Department of Indian Affairs, for surveys made by 
him in connection with the Government Printing 
Bureau and Victoria Hall, Ottawa City, notwith 
standing anything to the contrary in the Civil Ser 
vice Act 

Surveys and inspections ; 



415 00 



55 00 



112 00 
5,000 00 



5,582 00 



OCEAN AND RIVER SERVICE. 

To pay a. gratuity to the widow of the late William Tur- 
ner, for several years a seanian on board steamer 
" Newfield," drowned whilst landing coal at Cape 
Race 



LIGHTHOUSE AND COAST SERVICE. 
To provide for the construction of Lighthouses, ifec. 



181,730168 



264 00 



8,000 00 



MAIL SUBSIDIES AND STEAMBOAT SUB- 
VENTIONS. 

To pay for four trips between Hamburg and Montreal, 
at $2,000 per trip. (Governor General's Warrant).. 

Steam communication with the Magdalen Islands 

Steam communication from Port Mulgrave, at the ter- 
minus of the Eastern Extension Railway, to East 
Bay, Cape Breton 

Steam service between San Francisco and Victoria, 
British Columbia, 1st Sept., 1888, to 30th June, 1889, 
10 months, at $17,640 a year 

To provide for the payment to Mr. James King in settle- 
ment of a claim for compensation for the summary 
annulling of a contract held by him in 1874-75, for 
the mail service between Prince Edward Island 
and the main land, as recommended by a Special 
Committee of the House of Commons 



Carried forward. 



8,000 00 
3,158 34 



1.000 00 
14,700 00 

2,960 00 



29,818 34 
732,»58 47 



10 



Supplementary Estimates, 1SSS-S9— Continued. 



67 -j 



58 



89 



60 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward. 



INDIAN AFFAIRS. 
Ontario and Quebec. 

To enable the Department to defray the additional cost 
of building a barn at the Mount Elgin Industrial 
Institution at Munceytown 

To aid in placing two blackboards— in the building 
erected to accommodate the surplus children of the 
Roman Catholic Orpanage at Fort William, Ont.— 
the whole estimated cost being $100 

To cover expenses incurred by Inspector Dingman, while 
acting as one of three Commissioners appointed to 
investigate the Township of Dundee land matter 

To complete the Roman Catholic school building on the 
Abenakis Indian Reserve at St. Francis, County of 
Yamaska, Que., the Band having contributed $300, 
nearly one-tenth of their fund, toward the erection of 
the building 



Nova Seoiia 

To provide for the salary of Mr. G. R. Smith, agent for 
the Indians of Yarmouth County, N.S., from 19th 
January, 1888, date of his appointment, to the 30th 
June, 1889, at $26.00 per annum, nut before provided 

Manitoba and the North-West Territories. 

To enable the Department to pay for a reaping machine 
for the Blood Indian Reserve, the purchase of which 
in August, 1888, was necessilated by the exception- 
ally abundant grain harvest of that year 

To compensate P. Aylen, M.D., for medical services ren- 
dered to Indians of the Battleford Agency, from 23rd 
March, 1888, to 23rd January, 1889 

To provide, atthe rate of $50 per head, for the mainten- 
ance of 10 Indian pupils at the Roman Catholic 
Boarding School on the Reserve of the Sioux Chief 
Standing Buffalo, under aathority of an Order in 
Council dated 29th November, 1888 

For the purchase of two waggons for the Peigan Indians, 
to enable thnm to draw logs with which to rebuild 
their dwellitigs 

To pay for erecFion of a school house on the Indian 
Reserve at File Hills 

Allowance for fuel and light for the Indian Commis- 
sioner from 3rd August, 1888, to 30th June, 1889, at 
$300 a year 



NORTH-WEST MOUNTED POLICE. 

Required to complete the service of the year 

Carried forward 



$ cts 



1,000 00 

40 00 
100 00 

100 00 



149 00 
291 32 

500 00 

196 00 
400 00 

273 39 



$ Cts. 



$ ct<. 



732,968 47 



1,240 00 



36 30 



1,809 71| 



3,086 01 



80,000 00 
816,044 48 



u 



Supplementary Estimates, 1888-89 — Continued. 



SERVICE. 



cts. 



$ cts. 



$ Ctfl. 



Brought forward 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Contribution for the relief of sufiFerere by the Hull fire 
(Governor General's Warrant) 

To pay Mr. Justice Rouleau rental allowances from the 
date he assumed his duties as Stipendiary Magis- 
trate, to the date of his appointment as Judge of the 
Supreme Court (5th April, 1886, to 18th February, 
1887) atS500 per annum 

To pay Mr. N. 0. Cote for services in connection with 
the Half-breed Commission (re-vote) (Governor 
General's Warrant) , 

Further contribution towards the publication of Dr 
Rand's Micmac Dictionary , 

Further amount required to meet the expenditure con- 
nected with the Royal Labor Commission (Governor 
General's Warrant, $20,000) 

To provide stock for Government bindery 

To pay for the undermentioned works : — 

Five hundred copies Parliamentary Companion, at 

$2 each 

One hundred copies vol. 4, Judgements du Conseil 

Souverain, at $3 each 

To aid in the publication of the. sixth volume of Le 
dictionnaire genealogique des families fran^aises 

For a gratuity to W. H. Griffin, late Deputy Postmaster 
General 

Further amount required for expenses of Government in 
the District of Keewatin 

To idemnify the St. Catharines Milling and Lumbering 
Co., for the costs of the suit of the Queen vs. the 
Company , 

To pay for the maintenance of indigent patients in the 
St. Albert Hospital 

To provide an equivalent sum to that voted by the British 
Association for the Advancement of Science, for the 
purpose of making an investigation into the physical 
character, languages, and industrial and social con- 
dition of the North-Western tribes of the Dominion 
of Canada, and especially the tribes and bands of 
the Province of British (Columbia , 

To pajr costs ef appeal to Privy Council in the Queen 
vi. Hodge 

To pay one-half the expense of publishing the third vol 
ume of cases decided on " The British North America 
Act, 1867," collected and edited by John R. Cart- 
wright, Esq 

To meet costs of litigated matters , 

To meet expenditure under Canada Temperance Act... 

To pay balance of gratuity to the family of the late 
William Menzies (Order in Council) 

To pay moiety of expenses incurred in connection with 
the survey of the River St. Lawrence 

To pay the North-West Mounted Police for supplies for 
the relief of distress among half-breeds in the North 
West Territories , 



Carried forward. 



816,044 48 



1,000 00 



300 00 



1,000 00 



5,000 00 

436 01 

500 00 
200 00 



40,000 00 
5,000 00 



2,300 00 


5,000 00 


750 00 


10,000 00 


300 00 



730 00 

2,046 25 

125 00 

4,014 36 

10,000 00 

75 00 

13,571 83 

6,000 00 



106,048 45 
922,092 93 



12 



Supplementary Estimates, 1SSS-S9— Continued. 



SERVICE. 



$ cts. 



80 



81 



«2 



13 

84 

«5 
86 
87 
88 
89 
90 



COLLECTIO!^ OF REVENUES. 



CUSTOMS. 



Customs, Miscellaneous : — 

Further amount required for preventive servire 

Further amount required to provide for Customs 
share (one half) of cost of repairs "and main- 
tenance of Government steam yacht "Cruiser, 
during the season of 1888 



Gratuity to B. C. Ambrose, injured whilst in charge of 
a hoist in bonded warehouse in Montreal, in con- 
sequence of which a part of his foot had to be 
amputati'cl 



EXCISE. 

To pay A. W. Goodman for services, overtime, from Ist 
January, 1887^ to3Cth June, 1888, assisting the In- 
spector of Distilleries in measuring tanks required 
for storage of spirits 

To provide for the appointment of a Deputy Collector of 
Inland Revenue at Port Hope, at the rate of $600 
per annum, from 1st February, 1889 

To pay T. Burke difference between his salarv, $1,155, 
and that to which he Is entitled as acting' Collector 
of Inland Revenue, St. John, N.B., for 1888-89 



InSI'BCTIOX of WEItHTS AND MeASCRKS. 

To pay Salaries of the following Assistant Inspectors 

R. A. Hughes, from 5th October, 1888, at $600 

Edward Kelly, from 1st December. 1888, at $500.. 

J. S. Baker, for whole year 

P. C. A. Bruneau do 



Railways and Canals. 
Repairs and Working Expenses. 



Intercolonial Railway 

_ $125,000) 

Prince Edward Island Railway 

Cornwall. (Governor General's Warrant) 

Williamsburgh Canal 

Ste. Anne Canal 



$ cts. $ cts. 



Brought forward , ! 922,092 93 



6,500 00 



2,781 82 



162 00 



300 00 
250 00 
245 00 



4-13 


55 


291 


67 


600 00 


500 


00 



(Governor General's Warrant, 

500,000 00 

15.000 00 

48,000 00 

850 00 

T, ^ ^ , i 250 00 

^rent Canal.... , , 1350 qq 

Chambly Canal 3 Ooo 00 

Dredge vessels | 2,000 00 



9,443 82 



795 0» 



1,835 it 



570,450 00 
Carried forward I I 1,504,616 97 



18 



Supplementary Estimates, 1888-89 — Continued. 



(LI 
O 
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o 

6 


^RVICE. 


$ cts. 


% cte. 


$ cts. 




Brought forward 






1,504,616 97 




COLLECTION OF REVENUES. 

Public Wobks. 

Telegraphs — North- Wett Terri ories. 

Maintenance and repairs 




1,900 00 

• 2,000 00 


91- 
1 


Gulf of St. Liwrence Telegraph and Signal System. 

Compensation to the owners of Anticosti Island in full 
for land and firewood taken on the island — 1880 to 
1889 — in connection with Government telegraph 
construction and maintenance, inclusive of stations. 

Minor Revenues. 

Amount required for the repair of roads on Ordnance 
Lands at Grand Falls, New Brunswick 










3,900 00 


r 

92- 


700 00 
15 50 


To pay Louis Lavoie, jun., late caretaker of the ordnance 
property at Hochelaga, a gratuity of one month's 
salary 






Post Office. 

To compensate H. Dunbar, late Messenger in the Kings- 
ton Post OflBce, for loss of quarters 




715 50 


r 


100 00 

700 00 

1,000 00 
kOO 00 
300 00 

61,000 00 




To provide for the salary of an Assistant Post Office 
Inspector in the Stratford Postal Division, from the 
1st Dec.f 1888, to the 30th June, 1889, at the rate of 
$1,200 a year , 








Commission to Postmasters on the Savings Bank business 
in the following Provinces: — 

New Brunswick 






93 -j 


Nova Scotia 








British Columbia 








Amount required for mail service over the Canadian 
Pacific Railway owing to increased car accommoda- 
tion 








To be distributed as follows : — 

Ontario $22,500 00 

Quebec 2,300 00 

Manitoba 24,000 00 

British Columbia 12,200 00 


1 


63,600 00 


. 




M 


61,000 00 

DOMINION LANDS— CHARGEABLE TO 
INCOME. 

To provide for 9 months' services of Mrs. EUie Landerkin, 
as Clerk in the Dominion Lands Office at Nelsonville. 

Carried forward 


340 00 
















1,573,172 47 



14 



Supplementary Estimates. 1888-89 — Concluded. 



y. 



95 



96 



97 



SERVICE. 



$~ ct£ $ cts. $ eta. 



Brought forward. 



TERRITORIAL ACCOUNT. 

To provide for the payment of Freight on Seed Grain ; 
for forwarding and distributing the same to Edmon- 
ton Settlers, and for Clerical Assistance (To cover 
Governor General's Warrant as per Order in Council 
of 6th July, 1888. P. C. No 1599) 

For militia expenses in connection with the suppression 
of the Rebellion in the North-West (Governor- 
General's warrant) 



UNPROVIDED ITEMS. 

Amount required to cover unprovided items for 1887-8 
as per Auditor General's report, page B — 62 



8,100 00 
50,000 00 



1,573,172 47 



58,100 00 
465,890 18 



2,097,162 65 



RECAPITULATION. 

Amount chargeable to Consolidated Fund $1,164,132 34 

do Capital 419,040 13 

do do Territorial Accounts 58,100 00 

Unprovided Items 465,890 18 



$2,097,167 65 



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SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES 

OF CANADA, 

FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDINa 30th JUNE, 1890. 



i 

2 
3 

4 
5 



SERVICE. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT. 

Office of the Queen's Privy f'ouncil of Canada: — 

One Statutory increase (omitted in main Estimates) 
Additional amount for translation, &c 

To increase the salary of the Clerk of the Crown in 
Chancery to $2,400 



% cts. 



50 00 
100 00 



100 00 



Department of Justi'-e : — 

Statutory increase to one third-class clerk omitted 

in main estimates 

DepTtment ofth' Imerio' — Dominion Lanis Branch : — 

To make up to C. C. Pelletier the difference between 
$400 and $700 per annum, from the 1st Jan., 

1887, tolsiJuly, 1887 

Department of Marine — To provide, for the salary of a 

third-class clerk 

Department of Indian Affairs : — 

To provide the usual salary for the Solicitor of In- 
dian Atfairs, the amount having been omitted 
from the Main Estimates for 1889-90 

To provide for the increase, from $400 to $450, in 
the salary of David Osahgel, Third Class Clerk, 
to which he is entitled on account of having 
passed in the optional subject of bookkeeping 
before the Board of Examiners for the Civil Ser- 
vice : — 

From nth Feb. to 30th June, 1889 $19 36 

And to provide for the statutory increase 
for three months, ending 30th June, 
1889 12 50 



$ cts. 



To provide a salary for a Second Class Clerk to 
keep the accounts of Parliamentary appropria- 
tions for Indian purposes 

Contingencies 

Department of Fisheries: — 

To provide for the promotion of one Second Class 
Clerk toaFirst Class Clerkship 

To provide lor the promotion of one Third Class 
Clerk to a Second Class Clerkship 

Department of Pricing and Stationery : — 

Further amount required for contingencies 



400 00 



31 86 



Departments Genera'ly : — 

Remuneration to special messenger for delivery of 
night mails to Ministers and Deputy Heads ... 



Carried forward. 



,100 00 
,000 00 



50 00 
100 00 



250 00 
50 00 



150 00 
742 50 



eta. 



3,531 86 

150 00 
3,000 00 

300 00 



8,174 36 



Supplementary Estimates, lSS9-bO.— Continued. 



SERVICE. 



S cts. 



S cts. 



$ cts. 



9 

10 



11 



12 



13 



14 



15 



16 



17 

18 



Brought forward 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Conciucfed. 

High Commissioner for Canada ii Enjland : — 

Further amount required for contingencies of High 

Commissioner 

Pott Office and Finance iJepartment — Contingencies: — 
Amount required to mako payment to those officers 
o^ the Savings Bank Branch, Post Office and Finance 
Departments, engaged in the balancing of and com- 
puting interest on depositors' accounts to 30th June, 
1889— 

Post Office Departmei.t 

Finance Department 



Department oj I!ai ways and Canals ; — 

Additional salary to C. Schreiber, Chief Engineer 
of Government Railways... 



PEXITEXTI ARIES. 

Dorchester Peni'e/it ary — Additional amount required to 

pay accouiuant and schoolmaster 

Amount required to place Guard L. H. Chambers. 
acting as trade instructor, at the maximum ot 
his class 

Manitoba Penttt-ntiary : — > 

Salaries for qunrrjman and mason instructor, $600 

each 

To pay increase of salary to trade instructor Pugh.... 

KififfSion Penitentiary : — 

To provide for introduction of electric light 

Salary of electrician 

Promotion of two guardians to position of keepers... 

St. Vincent df i'au' Peniten'iary : — 

For 150 cords of tamarac for lime burning, tools, &c. 

Salary of quarryman 

Required to pay Warden Ouimet the maximum 
salary under Act 50-51 Vic, cap 52, sec. 10 



LEGISLATION. 

Elections: — To pay the undermentioned Returning 
Officers for extra services during the elections : — 

T. C.de Lorimier, Election of 1888 

C.J. Doherty do 1887 

A. W. Atwater do 1887 



To meet expenses in connection with Electoral Franchise 
Act , 

To pay to the following .Members of Parliament travell- 
ing expenses, short calculated in 1887 and 1888:— 
Messrs. L. H. Davis, §58; J. Yeo, §85.20; S. F. 
Perry, $83.20 ; J. Robertson, $15 GO ; A. P. Mcf utyre, 
$40.40; W. Welsh, $58 



Carried forward 



1,850 00 
1,250 00 



200 00 
70 00 



1,200 00 
30 00 



15,000 00 

800 00 

60 00 



1,000 00 
600 00 

100 00 



75 00 
150 00 

75 00 



8,174 36 



1,200 00 



3,100 00 
2,000 00 



14,474 36 



270 00 



1.230 00 



15,860 00 



1,700 00 



300 00 



250,000 00 



340 40 



19,060 GO 



250,640 40 
284,174 76 



Supplementary Estimates, 1889-90. — Continued. 



SERVICE. 



cts. 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



19 



20 < 



21 



Brought forward. 



SUPERANNUATIOiV. 

To pay ail extra allowance of $240 per annum to W, 
Wallace, ex-postmaster at Victoria, British Colum- 
bia, from 1st January, 1888, to 30th June, 1890 



ARTS, AGRICULTURE AND STATISTICS. 

Colonial and In Han Eih iition : — 

To pay balance ot freight charges and other unset- 
tled accounts 

To aid in the further extension and development of the 

dairying interests of Canada 

To aid m the extension and development of the fruit 

growing industry of Canada 



RAILWAYS AND CANALS— CHARGEABLE 
TO CAPITAL. 

Railways. 

Canadian Pacific Railway. 

To pay J. M. Oxley, a peimanent officer of the Depart- 
ment of .Marine, for services rendered and expenses 
incurred in connection with the Canadian Pacific 
Railway arbitration 



Intercolonial Railioay. 



22 



23 



24 



25 



Dartmouth Bratich... 
Indiantown Branch. 



Canals. 



Tay Canal. 



RAILWAYS AND CANALS— CHARGE ABLE 
TO INCOME. 

Canals. 

Lachine C^nal : — 

Construction of a bridge over the canal, Wellington 

Street, Montreal 

For drainage of land and leakage of banks from 

Lachine to Cute St. Paul 

For purchase or erection of telephone line 



Welland Caral : — 

Weirs and dams at Dunnville 

Repairing piers, Port Colborne and Port Maitland, 

and canal bank summit level 

To repair banks damaged by high water and storm 

on 9th January, 1889 

Towards filling a pond at St. Catharines — Re-vote 



u 



Carried forward. 



54 20 



4,000 00 
4,500 00 



25,000 00 

10,000 00 
1,600 00 



5,000 00 

10,000 00 

15,000 00 
"5,000 00 



284,174 76 



600 00 



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



8,500 09 



8,554 20 



15,000 00 



23,554 20 



36,600 00 



35,000 00 



71,600 00 



316,828 96 



Supplementary Estimates, 1889-90. — Continued. 



26 



27 



28 



29 



30 



31 



32 



33 



SERVICE. 



Carried forward. 



RAILWAYS AND CANALS— CHARGEABLE TO 
INCOME— Conciuiei. 

Rideau Canal— Y ox •v!or\ii in connection with the new 
location of tlie swing bridge over the canal at 
Smith's Falls, including the renewal of a bridge, 

<fec. — Re-vote 

Construction of a bridge over the Canal, between 

Concessions C and U, Nepean front — Re-vote 

To pay claims tor land damages and legal ex- 
penses 



Carillon Canal: — To pay claims and services of valuators 

PUBLIC WORKS-CHARGEABLE TO CAPITAL. 

Harbous and Riveks. 

Quebec. 

River St. Lawrence — Improvement of ship channel 
between Quebec and Montreal 



British Columbia. 

Esquimau Graving Dock — To cover the cost of placing 
seventy-five additional keel blocks in the dock 



PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO INCOME. 
PcBLic Buildings. 
Nova Scotia. 
Halifax Immigrant Building„ 



Prince Edward Island. 

Charlottetown Dominion Building — Introduction of water 

from city aqueduct 

Summerside Public Building — Improvements, &c., 



Kew Brunswick. 



Sussex Public Building — Repairs 

Queber. 

Carillon Inland Revenue Office, including outbuildings.. 

Montreal Custom House 

Montreal Post Oflice — Improvements ••• 

.Montreal Dominion Buildings — Improvements, &c., in 

connection with heating and e4evator services 

St. Henri Post Office, &c 



Carried forward. 



2,536 00 

7,000 00 

900 00 



500 00 
900 00 



800 00 

1,500 00 

950 00 

3,500 00 

4,000 00 



cts. 



cts. 



71,600 00 



316,828 96 



10.436 00 
5,000 00 



87,036 00 



100,000 00 



8,000 00 



108,000 00 



5,0CO 00 



1,400 00 
200 00 



10,750 00 



17,350 00 



511,864 96 



Supplementary Estimates, 1889-90. — Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward. 



PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO INCOME. 



Public Buildings — Continued. 



Ontario — Concluded. 



Belleville Battalion Drill Shed 

Belleville PostOfla.e, Custom House, &c 

Brantford Battalion Drill Shed 

Berlin Post OflBce, Custom House, &c — Introduction of 
water from Berlin Waterworks Company's aqueduct. 

Carleton Place Post Office, &c 

Hamilton Public Building 

Guelph Post Office — Improvements, &c. — To complete.... 

London Post Office — Re-covering roof, furniture, &c 

London Military Buildings 

Orillia Public Buildings— The town .contributing the 
Wheeler lot free of cost 

Parliament Building — Renewing skylight, House of Com- 
mons — Re-vote 

Parliament Building, Ottawa — To cover with copper, 
front part of roof between main tower and first 
break west of Commons' entrance 

Peterborough Custom House, &c 

Peterborough Post Office — Re-vote of lapsed amount 

Public Buildings, Ottawa — Fuel shed and ice house 

Prescotl Custom House — Brick vaults , 

Stratford Post Office — Improvements 

St. Thomas Post Office, Custom House, &c.— Fencing, 
plumbing, <fec 

Public Buildings, Ottawa— Addition to Supreme Court 
Building 

Toronto Military School — New drill shed 

Toronto Old Fort — New magazine 

Toronto Examining Warehouse — Towards purchase of 
water lots by expropriation or otherwise. 

Toronto Post Office — Sanitary works, &c 

Toronto Immigrant Buildings — Improvements and re- 
pairs 

Walkerton Post Office, Custom House, &c 

Windsor Public Building — Alterations, &c 



Manito' a. 



Manitoba Penitentiary — Re-vote 

Winnipeg Post Office — Re-vote of lapsed amount. 
Winnipeg Immigrant Buildings — Re-vote 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



10,000 00 


400 


00 


10,000 


00 


300 


00 


4,000 


00 


2,600 


00 


2,000 


00 


1,200 00 


10,000 


00 



4,000 00 
3,250 00 



3,000 


00 


10,000 


00 


1,900 


00 


750 00 


1,000 


00 


2,000 


00 


900 00 


5,000 


00 


3,000 


00 


2,500 


00 


35,000 


00 


4,200 


00 


2,000 


00 


4,000 00 


400 


00 



15,000 00 
2,500 00 
5,000 00 



$ cts. 



17,350 00 



$ Ota. 



511,864 96 



123,400 00 



22.500 00 



163,250 00 



511,864 96j 



Supplementary Estimates, 1889-90. — Continued. 



36 



37 



38-1 



39^ 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward. 



cts. 



PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO IffCOME. 

Public Boildixgs — Concluded. 

If 0-th- West Territ.rUs. 

Calgary Post Office, Custom House and Inland Revenue, 
Dominion Lands and Crown Timber-Offices 

North-West Mounted Pulice Buildings 

Regina Post Office — Improvements 

Regina Court House and Jail — Water supply fittings, &c 

Regina, North-West Assembly Building — Addition 

Assistance towards the erection ol a Hospital at Medi- 
cine Hat — The local authorities contributing $3,000. 

Regina Jail — Cottages for officers 

Immigrant Buildings at Regina, Whitewood and Salt 
Coats 

Briti'h Columb a. 

British Columbia Penitentiary — Revote , 

Victoria Military Buildings 

Nanaimo Public Building — Improvements 



Repairs, Furnitdbe, Heating, &c. 

Quebec Custom House— Protection of main pipes, heat- 
ing apparatus, repairs, furniture, blinds, <tc 

Quebec Cullere' Office — To make good damage done by 
fire tofurniturf, &c 

Hamilton Public Buiding — Fitting up room in Examin- 
ing Warehouse exclusively for the custody and filing 
of invoices, alterations, &c 

Old Penitentiary Buildings, St. John, N.B. — Repairs, <fec. 

Moncton Public Building — Repairs, &c 

Toronto Post Office — Furniture 

Charlottetown Dominion Building — To pay account of 
A. Newbery, Esq., disbursementsfor keeping grounds 
in order during 1888 

GroBse Isle Quarantine Station, Quebec — Repairs to 
residences of medical assistants 

Partridge Island Quarantine Station, N.B. — Repairs to 
pest house 

Victoria, B.C., Quarantine Station — General repairs 



Habbouus and Rivers. 
Aova Scotia. 



Cow Bay— Repairs 

Kast Bay, north side— Wharf 

Sumnierville — Wharf and repairs. 

Port Maitland or Green Cove 

Jones Harbour 

Margaree— Extension of Pier 

Wallace Harbour , 



10,000 00 

50,000 00 

1,100 00 

7,000 00 

8,000 00 

2,000 00 
6,000 00 

3,000 00 



15,000 00 

21,250 00 

1,000 00 



1,000 00 
800 00 



450 00 
400 00 
55e 00 
400 00 



400 00 
800 00 



300 no 

125 00 



1,500 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
4,200 00 
1,000 00 
2,500 00 
2,000 00 



Carried forward. 



16,200 00 



$ cts. 



163,250 00 



511,864 »« 



87,100 00 



37,250 00 



5,225 00 



292,825 00 



611,864 96 



Supplementary Estimates, 1889-90. — Continued. 



SERVICE. 



cts. 



cts. 



$ eta. 



Brought forward 

PUBLIC WORKS-CHARGEABLE TO INCOME-Con 

Harbors and Rivers— CowOnwed. 

Nova Scoiia — Concluded. 



Port Greville— Repairs 

Tidnish 

Grosses Coques — Breakwater 

Economy — Extension of breakwater, to complete. 

West Jordan Baj- — Dredgin.sr 

French Cove 

Big Tracadie — Dredging 

Western Head 

Port George — Heavy repairs to pier 



Prince Edward Island. 



Port Selkirk 

China Point 

Chapel Point Wharf— Grand River. 



New Brunswick. 

Campbellton Ballast Wharf and Landing- 
Kingston — Wharf on Richibucto River 

Bale Verte — Repairs to ballast wharf 

Shippegan — Breakwater 

Lincoln Wharf 



-To complete. 



Quebec. 



Baie St. Paul Pier — Wing to pier 

Port Daniel — Addition t > pier 

St. Simeon — Pier 

Rimouski Pier — Repairs 

Levis Graving Dock 

St. Laurent, Island of Orleans — Urgent works of renewal 

and repair 

Longue Pointe and Boucherville Ferry Route — Dredging 

River Yamaska — Lock and dam _ 

Riviere L' Assomption 

St. Timothee — Piers 

He Perrot — To complete 

Riviere des Prairies — Improvements at Pointe k la Car- 

riere,IleBizard and Ste.Genevi^ve,Island of Montreal 

Pointe St. Pierre — Removal of reef 

Grande Riviere — Breakwater 

Ste. Anne des Moms — To complete survey 

Longueuil Pier — Approach from the shore, to complete.. 

Petit Bona venture 

Georgeville— Repairs, &c 

St. Michel de Bellechasse — Repairs 

River St. Maurice — West channel, mouth of river 

Pointe k Valois— Wharf extension 

River Nicolet — To complete 

Boucherville Pier— Local authorities furnishing $1,000... 



16,200 00 



2,500 00 

2,000 00 

8,000 00 

2.500 00 

1,200 00 

200 00 

1,000 00 

5,000 00 

5.000 00 



1,000 00 

1,200 00 

800 00 



2,000 00 

4,000 00 

500 00 

10,000 00 

1,000 00 



7,500 00 
4,500 00 

5,000 00 

22,500 00 

4,000 00 

6.000 00 
2'000 00 

2,500 00 

3,500 00 

2,500 00 

3,300 00 

4,300 00 

2,000 00 

7,500 00 

500 00 

6,000 00 

5,000 00 

2,000 00 

1,000 00 

4,000 00 

3,000 00 

3,000 00 

2,000 00 



292,825 00 



511,864 96 



38,600 00 



3,000 00 



17,500 00 



103,600 00 



Carried forward. 



455,525 00 



£11,864 96 



Supplementary Estimates, 1830-90. — Continued. 



No. ol Vote. 


SERVICE. 


S cts. 


S cts. 


$ eta. 




Brought forward 




455,525 00 


511,524 56 




PUBLIC WORKS— CHARGEABLE TO INCOME— Con 






IlARBorRS AND 'Rl\^^RS -Concluded. 










Ontario. 








f 


Thessalon 


10,000 00 
10,000 00 

1,286 58 
7,000 90 

16,000 00 

10,000 oe 

3,500 00 
2,000 00 


59,786 58 




1 


Cittle Current 






Rondeau Harbor Works — To pay F. B. McXamee & Co., 
contractors, in full settlement of their claim 










43 


Midland UHrbor — On condition that the local authori- 
ties will provide $10,000 






Wiarton — i^renkwater 






Meaford — Harbor works 






Beaver River — Dredging channel at outlet o* river into 
Lake Simcoe and protecting banks — the local 
authorities of Beaverton contributing $2,000 
















British Columbia. 










Nanaimo — Removal of Nicol Rock 


5,f 00 00 

10,000 00 

6,000 00 

6,000 00 
2,300 00 


29,500 00 






Fraser River 




44 


Victoria Harbor — To complete removal of boulder shoal.. 
Columbia lliver— Improvements between Revelstoke and 

Arrow Lake 

Skeena River — Removal of snag?, &c 










Roads and Bridges. 








Bridge across the Row River, near Calgary — Improving 
approaches, painting, &c 


2,500 00 

35,000 eo 

28,000 00 


65,500 00 




45- 


New iron truss bridge, to replace the Union Suspension 
Bridge, Ottawa — Re-vete 






Bridge over the Belly River, at Lethbridge, N.W.T.— 
Re-vote, §3,000— To complete 




















46 


For purchase of a barge 

Telegraphs. 




1,500 00 














Quebec. 








' 47 


Land Hne on north shore of St. Lawrence extension to 
Pointe aiix Esquimaux — To complete 

North- West Territories. 


5,000 00 






48 


Clark's Crossing and Saskatchewan telephone line — 
Repoling 


1,000 00 








Carried forward 






6,000 00 


011,811 58 


511,864 96 



Supplementary EsTiMATErf, 1889-90. — Continued. 



O 
> 

"o 

d 


SERVICE. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 






6,000 00 


611 811 58 


511 864 96 




PUBLIC WORKS-CHARGEABLE TO INCOME— Con. 








Telegraphs— Con . 










British Columbia. 








49 


To connect Bonilla Point with Victoria, B.C. — Addi- 


4,000 00 


10,000 00 












MlSCKLLAXKOUS. 






60 


To assist in the erection of a monument to Col. Williams 




1,000 00 










622,811 68 








MAIL SUBSIDIES AND STEAxMSHIP SUBVENTIONS. 








51 


To provide for steam communication between the follow- 
ing ports — 


7,500 00 
2,000 00 

5,000 00 
2,500 00 






52 


Port Mulgrave and East Bay • 




53 


Halifax and [St. John via Yarmouth and Port 




54 










17,000 00 




LIGHTHOUSE AND COAST SERVICE. 






65 


To provide for a wharf and shed at Victoria, British 






2,000 GO 




OCEAN AND RIVER SERVICE. 






66 


To provide a small steam launch for the use of the Indian 
Department in the waters of the Province of Britiah 






5,000 00 




SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTIONS. 








67 


Meteorological Service : — 

To provide for increase of- salary of Director from 
$2,400 to $2,500, including his allowance for 






100 00 




GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. 








68 


To pay Mr. James Fletcher for services in connection 
with the entomological collections in the Geological 






100 00 




Carried foiward 














1,158,876 54 



10 



Supplementary Estimates, 1889-90. — Continued. 



Mu 



59 -i 



•0 



SERVICE. 



•1 



Brought forward 

DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS. 
Ontario and Quebec. 

To provide for the maintenance, at the Mount Elgin In- 
dustrial School, Muncytown, of 15 additional pupils, 
at $60 

To cnalile the Department to complete the schoolhouse 
on the Spanish River Reserve , 

And to provide a salary for a teacher 

To defray one-half of the cost of erecting a new school 
at Becancour, Que., the estimated cost of the build- 
ing: being §250, of which the Abenakis of Becancour, 
will contribute the remaining half. , 

To enable the Department to relieve cases of distress 
amongst the Indiana in Ontario who have no funds 
of their own 

To admit of the re-building of the pupils' playhouse be- 
longing to the Mount Elgin Institution, at Muncey- 
town, which was recently destroyed by fire. The 
sum available from insurance paid is §1 000. The 
new and enlarged building will cost $1,600, and the 
sum required is 

To aid in the maintenance of additional pupils at the 
Roman Catholic Orphanage at Fort William, Ont ... 

To enable the Department to pay the salary of the 
teaciier of the girls' day school at Wikwenekong, 
Manitoulin Island 



British Columbia. 

A re-vote of the sums granted for the erection o< Indian 
Industrial Schools at Kamloops, Kootenay and on 
Kuper Island 

To supplement the grant of §3,250 for maintenance of 25 

Sunils, at $130 each, at the Metlakahtla Industrial 
chool, hy a sum which will enable the Department 

to pay the salary of a Principal _ $800 00 

Matron 400 00 

Cook 250 00 

Instructor of Trades 600 00 

Wages of two servants 400 00 

Additional rations for those employes... 720 00 



jVeir Brunswick. 

To increase the salary of Miss Martin, teacher of the 
Indian Day School on the St. Mary's Indian Reserve 
from $200 to !i;250 a year 

To enable the Department to provide a larger supply of 
seed grain to Indians throughout New Brunswick 
generally 

To enable the Department to pay to the Rev. Mr. Barry, 
for services to Indians in Gloucester County 

And for similar service rendened by the Rev. Mr. Smith, 
at Restigouche 



Carried forward 13,995 00 



$ cts. 



900 00 



100 00 
200 00 



125 00 
300 00 



600 00 
200 00 

300 00 



$ cts. 



$ cia. 



1,158,876 64 



7,500 00 



3,170 00 



50 00 

.300 00 

200 00 

50 00 



2,725 00 



10,670 00 



600 00 



1,158,876 54 



11 



Supplementary Estimates, 1889-90. — Continued. 



62 



63 -i 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward. 



DEPARTMENT OP INDIAN AFFAIRS-Con. 



Nova Scotia. 

To provide a salary for an Indian Agent to be appointed 
in Shelburne County, N.S 



Manitoba and the North-West, Territories. 

An increase in the salaries paid to the Principals of the 
three Indian Industrial Schools at Qu'Appelle, High 
River and Battleford. 

A grant for the maintenance of 20 pupils at each of the 
three Presbyterian Boarding Schools, Cote's Re- 
serve, Birtle and File Hills, equal to 60 at $60 

To aid in the erection of a schoolhouse on the Stony 
Indian Reserve for the Bands of Chiefs Bear's Paw 
and Chiniquy 

For the purchase of two waggons for the Peigan Indians 
to enable them to draw logs with which to rebuild 
their dwellings .' 

To provide a salary for the teacher of the Indian School 
at Oak River 

A grant to the Roman Catholic School at Lesser Slave 
Lake 

To provide fuel and light for the Indian Commissioner 
from 1st July, 1889, to 30th June, 1890 _ 

To complete the Industrial School buildings at St. Paul, 
Manitoba 

To aid in the erection of a Grist Mill in the Prince 
Albert District 

For the maintenance of 30 pupils, at $60 each per annum, 
at Roman Catholic Boarding Schools which it is 
proposed to establish on certain Reserves in the 
North-West Territories 

To provide for the education of 20 Indian children at 
f 100 each, when admitted with the consent of the 
Department to Roman Catholic institutions at St. 
Boniface and Brandon 

To provide for the maintenance of 10 pupils at $60 each 
per annum, under the care of the Roman Catholic 
Church in the Saskatchewan District 

To provide salary for an assistant teacher at the 
Qu'Appelle Industrial School 

Further aid towards the completion of a Chippewayan 
dictionary commenced by His Grace Archbishop 
Tache, and now being completed by the Rev, Father 
Legroif. 

To provide fishing nets, fishing twine and hooks for 
destitute Indians in the Mackenzie and Athabasca 

Districts 

aid in the erection of a boarding school on the 
Peigan Reserve to accommodate 10 or 12 children, 
the total estimated cost to be from $1,800 to $2,000.. 



cts. 



To 



Carried forward 22,796 00 



600 00 


3,600 


00 


200 


00 


196 


00 


300 


00 


200 


00 


300 


00 


10,000 


00 


1,500 


00 



1,800 00 

2,000 00 

600 00 
350 00 

250 00 
500 00 
400 00 



$ Cts. 



13,995 00 



50 00 



$ ot«. 



1,158,87«64 



14,045 00 1,158,876 54 



12 



Supplementary Estimates, 1889-90. — Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Broueht forward. 



DEPARTMENT OF INDUN AFFAIRS— Con. 

Manitoba and the North-West Territories — Con. 

The sum required, over and above the amount already 
appropriated, to finish the Indian Industrial School 
at Regina 



MISCELLANEOUS.^ 

Grant towards meeting expenditure in connection with 
the meeting of the Mining Association 

For relief of distress among Half-breeds in Cumberland 
District, North-West Territories 

To defray the expenses of examining Lands in the C. P. 
R. belt M hich the Canadian Pacific Railway Com- 
pany have proposed to class as lands not fairly fit 
for settlement 

Towards aiding in the publication ot the sixth volume 
of "Le Dictionnaire Genealogique des Families 
Canadiennes" 

Plant required for Government Printing Office and for 
Government Binding (re-vote) 

To pay Dr. A. Jukes for medical services in connection 
with prisoners and lunatics confined in the guard- 
room at Regina, from 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 
1890, at $100 per annum 



S cts. 



22,796 00 



6,000 00 



COLLECTION OF REVENUES. 

Public Works. 

Additional amount required for repairs, <fec. 
graph lines, N. W. Territories 



for tele- 



Excise. 

To pay the widow of John McGovern, in his lifetime 
Messenger in the Hamilton Inland Revenue OfiBce, 
a gratuity equal to two months' salary at the rate 
received by the deceased at the time of his death 

To increase the salaries of special class Excisemen in 
charge of distilleries 



L\8PtCTioN OF Weights and Meascres. 

To pay the salaries of the following Assistant Inspec- 
tors : — 

Robt. Magness 

W. J. McDonell 

Aasistiint Inepeclor at Piclou, N.S 



Inspectiotj of Gas. 

To pay George H. Parks for expenses and loss of time in 
connection with inspection of gas at Port Hope 



Carried forward. 



ii cts. 



14,045 00 



$ eta. 



1,158,876 54 



28,796 00 



42,841 00 



1,000 00 
500 00 

2,500 00 

1,000 00 
10,000 00 

700 00 



80 00 
1,800 00 



600 00 
800 00 
500 00 



15,700 00 



2,000 00 



1,880 00 



1,900 00 



200 00 



1,223,397 54 



13 



Supplementary Estimates, 1889-90 — Concluded. 



74. 



SERVICER. 



Carried forward. 



Post Office Department. 

To provide for an increase of salary to the Post OfiBce 
Inspector at Halifax, Nova Scotia, he being entitled 

to the same under the Civil Service Act 

To provide for one additional Second Class Clerk in the 

"Post Office Inspector's (Jffice at Halifax, Nova Scotia. 

To provide for four additional Second Class Railway 

Mail Clerks in the Nova Scotia Postal Division, at 

$720 each 

Note. — With reference to the above additional em- 
ployees, the following estimated for in the General Esti- 
mates for the Nova Scotia Inspector's Office and Railway 
Mail Service will not be required, namely : 

1 Assistant lospector $1,450 

1 Third Class Clerk 440 

4 Third Class Railway Mail Clerks 2,240=|4,130 
thus eflfecting a saving of $150. 

To provide for 13 additional Letter Carriers in the 

Toronto Post Office, at $360 each 

Amount required for Mail Service over the Canadian 
Pacific Railway in consequence of advance in rates 
over the main line for the year ending 30th June, 
1890, being difl'erence between 8c. and 12c. per mile 
To be distributed as follows : — 

Ontario $30,000 

Quebec... 3,100 

Manitoba 32,200 

British Columbia 16,200 

$81,500 
Compensation to Alphonse LeGresley, mail contractor 
between Gaspe Basin and Perce, for loss of horse and 
vehicle which broke through the ice while crossing 
the river near Douglastown, on the 9th of January 
last, his brother, the courier, losing his life at the 
same time 



Total. 



$ cts. 



cts. 



% cts. 



1,223,397 64 



200 00 
900 00 

2,880 00 



4,680 00 



81,500 00 



200 00 



90,360 00 
1,313,757 54 



RECAPITULATION. 

Amount to be voted — Chargeable to Capital, 
do do Income. 



131,554 20 
1,182,203 34 

1,313,757 54 



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An Act for granting to Her Majesty certain sums of 
money required for defraying certain expenses of the 
public service, for the financial years ending respec- 
tively the 30th June, 1889, and the 30th June, 1890, 
and for other purposes relating to the public service. 

Most Gracious Sovereign, 

WHEREAS it appears by Messages from His Excellency 
the Eight Honorable Sir Frederick Arthur Stanley, 
Baron Stanley of Preston, Goveiuor General of Canada, and 
the estimates accompanying the same, that the sums herein- 
after mentioned are required to defray certain expenses of 
the public service of Canada, not otherwise provided for, 
for the financial years ending respectively the thirtieth day 
of June, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-nine, and 
the thirtieth day of June, one thousand eight hundred and 
ninety, and for other purposes connected with the public 
service ; May it therefore please Your Majesty that it may 
be enacted, and be it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent 
Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate 
and House of Commons of Canada, that : — 

!• From and out of the Consolidated Eevenue Fund of 
Canada there shall and may be paid and applied a sum not 
exceeding in the whole two million ninety thousand one 
hundred and seventy-seven dollars and twenty-three cents, 
towards defraying the several charges and expenses of the 
public service of Canada, from the first day of July, in the 
year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty- 
eight, to the thirtieth day of June, in the year of Our Lord 
one thousand eight hundred and eighty-nine, not otherwise 
provided for, and set forth in Schedule A to this Act, and 
also for the other purposes in the said schedule mentioned. 

2. From and out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund of 
Canada there shall and may be paid and applied a sura not 
exceeding in the whole twenty-five million six hundred 
and forty-three thousand two hundred and seventy-five dol- 
lars and ninety-three cents, tow^ards defra^dug the several 
charges and expenses of the public service of Canada, from 
the first day of Jul 5^, in the year of Our Lord one thousand 
eight hundred and eighty-nine, to the thirtieth day of June, 
in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and 
ninety, not otherwise provided for, and set forlh in Schedule 
B to this Act, and also for the other puri^oses in the said 
schedule mentioned, 

147—1 



3. A detailed account of the sums expended under the 
authority of this Act shall be laid before the House of Com- 
mons of Canada during the first fifteen days of the then, 
next session of Parliament. 

4. And whereas there remained on the thirty-first day of 
December last, unborrowed and negotiable, of the loans 
authorized by Parliament for the several works hereinafter 
mentioned, and lor general purposes, the sums opposite to 
each, respectively, that is to say : — 

For Intercolonial Kailway $2,433,333 33 

For opening communication and administra- 
tion of the Government in the North- 
West Territories 1,460,000 00 

For improvement of theEiverSt. Lawrence.. 3,005,000 00 
do do Quebec Harbor 2,b^5,000 00 

For the Quebec Graving Dock 910,000 00 

For the Harbor of Three Rivers 82,000 00 

For the Pacific Eailway and Canadian Canals 3,803,333 32 

For general purposes, balance 

30th June, 1888 $31,960,536 23 

For Savings Bank with- 
drawals to 31st December, 
1888 4,965,446 24 

For four per cent, funded debt 
redeemed to 31st Decem- 
ber, 1888 784,156 52 

Tor Dominion stock redeemed 

to 31st December, 1888... 82,074 04 

For sterling dcbenturei^ re- 
deemed to 31st December, 
1888 481,313 33 

Currency debentures redeem- 
ed to 31st December, 1888 300,000 00 



Deduct : — Sav- $38,673,526 36 

ings Bank de- 
posits to 31st 
December, 
1888 $5,121,459 21 

Balance of 3 per 
cent, loan of 

1888 13,091,333 34 

18,212,792 55 

20,360,733 81 



$35,119,400 46 
147—2 



Therefore it is declared and enacted, that the Governor 
in Couucil may authorize the raising of the several sums 
above mentioned, as they are required for the purposes 
aforesaid, respectively, under the provisions of " The Conso- 
lidated Revenue and Audit Act,^^ and the sums so raised shall 
form part of the Consolidated Revenue Fund of Canada, 
out of which like sums shall be applicable to the several 
purposes aforesaid, under the Acts and provisions thereunto 
relating respectively. 



SCEPDULE A. 



I 



:SuMS granted to Her Majesty by this Act for the Financial Year 
ending 30th June, 1889, and the purposes for which they are 



granted. 



SERVICE. 



k 



CIVIL GpVERNMENT. 

Department of Printing and Stationery — To proride for 
payment to Mr. A. Seue^al, Superintendent of Print- 
ing, for services rendered during the year 1887-88 in 
collecting materials, organizing staff and putting in 
type Voters' Lists for the Dominion, &c $ 303 00 

To provide for payment to Mr. Gliddon of the usual sta- 
tutory increase of $50, from 1st April to 30tli June.... 12 50 



Office of the Auditor General — Further amount required 
for contingencies 

Department of .Marine— Further amount required to pro- 
vide for the salary of a third-class Clerk, from Ist 
April to 30th June, 1889 

To provide for the salary of C. C. Chipman from 1st July, 

1888, to 30th June, 1889 2,300 00 



182 50 



^ 



Carried forward 



147—3 




3,295 00 



SCHEDULE k— Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward. 



ADMINISTRATION' OF JUSTICE. 

Refand of moneys paid in error on account of Judges' pensions : — 

Judge Boswell 

Judge Gowan 



Amount. 



Total. 



PENITENTIARIES. 

Dorchester Penitentiary — Amount due to Messenger Mac- 

dougall. allowance in lieu of perquisites, 1887-><8 % 50 00 

Amount required to pay an allowance of J200 per 
annum to the Accountant and Schoolmaster from 
1st April to 30tb June, 1889 50 00 

Manitoba Penitentiary — Amount required to cancel 
charges for fuel and light, Warden's residence. 188T- 
88 _ 



LEGISLATION. 



House of Commons. 

To provide for the following promotions and increases : — 

The ClerV s Department. 

James Dalton, to 1st Class, Asst. Clerk Eng. Journals. ... $ 150 00 

J. A. Pblkinghorne, to 2nd Class, Clerk Sess. Papers 200 00 

T. Ouimet, Asst. Clerk French Journals 200 00 

F. X. Lemicux, 2nd Assistant Postmaster 50 00 

W. Dubo, Junior Clerk 50 00 

R. Brewer, to 1st Class, Asst. Accountant, &c 200 00 

E. P. Hartney, to Ist Class, Examiner of Private Bills and 

Acting Clerk of Committees 200 00 

C. E. Clar^k, to 2nd Class. Asst. Clerk of Stationery, &c.. 150 00 

H. P. Macdonell, Junior Clerk 100 00 

K. Robidoux, Junior Clerk 100 00 

J. Stansfeld, to 1st Class, Postmaster 200 00 

H. R. Smith, Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms 200 00 

The Serjeant-at-Arms' Depart men t. 

L. Dulie, Chief Messenger 100 00 

N. Turgeon, Assistant Chief Messenger .- 100 00 

Geo. Smith. Bank Mes.senger 50 (0 

G. A. Boudreaiilt, the Clerk's Messenger 50 00 

Claire Hugg, Messenger in House 00 00 

Carried forwaid .• .. 

!4T-4 



S cts. 



35 cts. 
3,295 00 



688 60 
579 74 



100 00 



487 12 



1,268 34 



587 12 



2,190 no 



2.U»0 00 



5,150 4G 



SCHEDULE k— Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward 

LEGISLATION— (7enc7Md<!i. 

Elections. 

To pay Major J. Wilson, Collector of Customs at Sault Ste. Marie, 
for services as Returning Officer for Algoma at the general elec 
tion of 1887 (notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the 
Civil Service Act) $150 having been authorized bj- the Supply 
Act of 1887 



Library. 

To purchase 12 copies of Volume 14, Ontario Law Reports, for Library 
exchanges 



IMMIGRATION. 

Additional amount required for this service 

PENSIONS. 

To provide for the payment of the pension of Sir G. Phillipo, late 
Attorney General of British Columbia, at the rate of $584 a year, 
from 5th October, 1888, to 30th June, 1889 

To pay estate of the late Major R. S. King, Welland Field Battery, 
pension, 1st July to 6th August, 1885, at $400 per annum 



MILITIA. 



Barracks in British Columbia 



RAILWAYS AND CANALS. 

(^Chargeable to Capital.) 

River Trent Navigation — To pay a gratuity of one month's salary to 
the undermentionc d persons, whose services are no longer required, 
the works being nearly completed : — 

J. A. Aylmer $169 25 

A. J. Belcher 127 50 

W. J. Macaulay 44 63 

C. W. Roberts 10 00 

H. S. Greenwood 40 00 



To pay a gratuity of one month's salary to the undermentioned per- 
sons, whose services are no longer required, owing to the 
completion of the works on which they were employed, viz. : — 
Welland Canal— 

E. J. Odium $ 105 00 



P. H. O'Neill 
John Lallison.... 

V. Curran , 

W. F. Secord.... 

H. A. Willet 

C. H. W. King... 
C. H. Knyvett ... 
Charles Bridger. 



90 00 


90 


00 


75 


00 


75 


00 


60 


00 


60 


00 


45 


00 


15 


00 



Carried forward. 



147—5 



Amount. 



$ cts. 
2,190 00 



50 00 



60 00 



428 80 
40 55 



TotaL 



$ cts. 
5,150 4& 



2,300 OO 
48,100 71 



391 38 



615 00 



1,006 38 



469 38 

9,000 00 



65,020 52 



SCHEDULE k— Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Broagbt forward 

RAILWAYS AND CANALS. 
{ChargeabU to Capital) — Continued. 

Colbnte Canal — 

Wm. Pollock 

Murraj Canal — 

Towards completing the present works 



Canadian Pacific Railway. 

Arbitration (including the remuneration to be paid to L. 

K. Joues, a permanent officer of the Department of 
. Railways and Canals, as Secretary of the Commission 

of Arbitrators, ajipointed by Order in Council, dated 

27th Feb., 1888, and in addition to his regular salary) $60,000 00 
To meet land claims and expenses on Pembina Branch .... 1,573 69 
To pay award on claim of Charles Wilson, for gravel taken 

on his land — Stonewall Branch ., 1,549 13 

To pay for right of way from the town of East Selkirk to 

Whiteniouth 1,000 00 

Intercolonial Railway. 

Increased accommodation at Halifax $3,800 00 

Dalhousie Branch 400 00 

Increased accommodation at Kiviere-du-Lonp 1,700 00 

Pictou Town Branch... 30,000 00 

RiTiere-du-Loup Town Branch 7,100 00 

Dartmouth Branch 1,000 00 

Rolling stock 170,000 00 

Halifax Extension 439 66 



RAILWAYS AND CANALS. 
(^Chargeable to Income ) 

Canals. 

Chamblv — Raising banks, lowering bottom of canal, rebuilding lock 
walls, &c 

L»cbine — To pay a gratuity of two months' pay to William O'Neil 
lockman at Lock No. 5, disabled by a paralytic stroke while per- 
forming his duties ." 

St. Ours — To pay a gratuity of two months' pay to the widow of the 
late lockman, Alexis Lachambre 

Trent — To build a dam at Bobcaygeon 

Welland — Construction of a new highway bridi^'c over the 

river, at the town of Chippewa $3,000 00 

Repairing piers. Port Colborne and Port Maitland, 

and canal banks, summit level 5,000 00 



St. Peter's— To pay H. F. Perley, C.E., two years' services to 3l3t 
December, 1888, in superintending St. Peter's Canal 



Carried forward 



147—6 



Amount. 



$ cts. 
1,000 38 



80 00 
140,000 00 



Total. 



$ cts. 

65,020 52 



141,086 38 



64,122 82 



213,439 56 



8,200 00 

76 25 

65 00 
4,000 00 



8,000 00 
500 00 



277,562 38 



20,841 25 I 483,669 28 



SCHEDULE k— Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward 

RAILWAYS AND CANALS. 
{Chargcab'e to /ncome)— Concluded. 

Miscellaneous. 

To pay to the widow of the late J. W. Rurke, in hia lifetime Extra 
Clerk in the Department of Railways and Canals, a gratuity of 
two months' pay • 



Amount. 



$ cts, 
20,841 25 



PUBLIC WORKS. 

{Chargeable to Capital.) 

Public Buildings. 

Ottawar— Additional Departmental Building, Wellington street- 
Settlement of Mrs. JIcLanrin's claim for dower on pro- 
perty purchased from Dr. McLaurin 



Graving Dock. 



Sequimalt Graving Dock. 



PUBLIC WORKS. 

{Chargeable to Income.) 

Public Buildings. 

Kova Scotia— North Sydney Post Office, Custom House, &c.. $375 00 

Amherst Post Office, &c 45 00 

Halifax Examining Warehouse 400 00 



510 00 



245 00 



Prince Edward Island— Charlottetown Dominion Building 

New Brunswick — Fredericton Post Office ~ 

Quebec— Montreal Drill Hall % 3,566 00 

Montreal Dominion Buildings — Improvements 
and repairs 

Cliff under Citadel, Quebec— To make good 
damage to property resulting from the blast- 
ing of dangerous portions of the cliff at 
Diamond Harbor, during the winter of 
1887, &c 

St Vincent de Paul Penitentiary — Additional 
amount required for materials, tools, &c., 
for use by convicts in construction, &c 5,000 00 

Grosse lie Quarantine Station — To pay J. Ask- 
with in full settlement of claim for extra 
haulage of materials, &c., made by him in 
connection with his contract for the erection 
of a hospital, dated 16th April, 1831 437 50 

Montreal Drill Hall — Balance of contracts, in- 
cluding superintendence and contingencies.. 14,800 00 

Montreal, Armories — Balance of contracts, includ- 
ing superintendence and contingencies 28,600 00 



Carried forward 53,168 50 

147—7 



213 50 



4,000 00 



3,700 0« 



Total. 



$ cts. 

483,669 28 



21,054 75 



7,700 00 



820 00 
6T5 00 
110 00 



1,605 00 



512,424 OJ 



SCHEDULE k— Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward 53,158 50 

JPUBLIC WORKS. 



{^Chargeable tolneitn;') — Continued. 

Public Buildings — Concluded. 

^nebec— Joliette Post Office, &c 3,000 00 

Montreal Post OflRce 925 00 

Quebec Dominion Buildings — Improvements 150 00 

Sherbrooke Post Office, Custom House, &c 55 00 

Ontario— Belleville Post Office, Custom House, &c $ 50 00 

Barrie Post Office, Custom House, &c „ 3,000 00 

Hamilton Public Building — Wire window 

guards, &c 100 00 

Lindsay Post Office, Custom House, &c 6,000 00 

Napanee Post Office, Custom House, &c 12,000 00 

Toronto Post Office, Custom House and Examin- 
ing Warehouse 5,000 00 

Toronto Assistant Receiver General's Office — 

Sanitary works, &c 1,110 32 

Trenton Post Office, Custom House, &c... 7,000 00 

Manitoba — Conversion of quarters vacated by Dominion Lands 
Commissioners at Winnipeg, into offices for Dominion 

Lauds Agent, &c 

K«rth-WeBt Territories— Priii«e Albert Court House and 

Gaol $ 430 00 

Lieutenant-Governors old Resi- 
dence, Regina 500 00 



Repairs, Fl-rnitore, Heating, &c. 

Toronto Custom House and Examining Warehouse $ 475 00 

Ifater for Dominion Public Buildings — To pay to the city 
corporation of Hamilton, a .counts for water rates in 
connection with the new public building, 1st January, 

1881, to 30th June, 1888 2,627 26 

Additional safe for Victoria, B.C., Post Office„ 300 00 

Fitting up the temporary post office buililing at Winnipeg, 

for use as an examining warehouse 800 00 

Halifax Dominion Building— New pump and repairs to 

heating apparatus 600 00 

Antigonish Public Building-Repairs, furniture, &c 180 00 

Montreal Post Office — New safe for Customs postal branch, 

and brass counter railing, &c., in accountant's room.. 500 00 
Repairs, fittings, &c., special agent's office, Montreal Cus- 
tom House 450 00 

Quebec Post Office — Fitting up room for use as a Customs 

office in connection with the postal parcel service 350 00 

Kingston Custom House— Repairs, furniture, &c 750 00 

Ottawa Geological Museum — Furniture, &c 675 00 

Carried forward 

147—8 



Amount. 



$ cts 
1,605 00 



57,288 50 



34,260 32 
1,000 00 

930 00 



7,707 26 



102,791 08 



Total. 



$ cts. 
512,424 03 



512,424 03 



SCHEDULE A— Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward 

PUBLIC WORKS. 

{Chargrable to Income) — Continued. 

Harbors and Rivers. 
Nova Scctia. 



Broad Covs Marsh. 
Digby 



Arisaig, Bayfield and McNair's Cove (Cape George) — Pier 
Repairs 

Prince Edward Island. 



$3,900 00 
1,050 00 

3,100 00 



Repairs to piers and breakwaters- 

Ntw Brunswick. 

River St. John — River des Chutes to Woodstock and above 

Grand Falls; also River Tobique 

Pointe da Chene, Shediac — Repairs to breakwater, &c 

Grande Anse — To complete 

Belliveau Village 



$ 355 60 

1,000 00 

150 00 

1,187 00 



Maritime Provinces Generally. 



General repairs and improvements. 




Quebec. 

Riviere du Lievre $25,000 00 

Anse k I'Eau or Tadousac Pier 285 00 

General Repairs and Improvements — Harbors and Rivers, 

Quebec 2,000 00 

He Perrot 405 00 

Kamouraska ; 40 00 

Lake Megantic Piers — Repairs 175 00 

Murrajr Bay, lale-aux-Coudres and Les Eboulements — Re- 
pairs to piers 275 00 

Raising crib-work in front ot new immigration building 

on breakwater, Quebec - 220 00 

Riviere Ste. Anne de la Perade 1,375 00 

River St. Francis 800 00 

River Yamaska 245 00 

Trois Pistoles Pier 290 00 

Papineauville or Pentecost Bay channel 275 00 

Port Daniel 1,600 00 

Perce— To complete pier 2,600 00 

Ontario. 

TolsmaBay $ 2,700 00 

SaultSte Marie 5,000 00 

Portsmouth 1,910 00 

Rideau River — Xorth Branch — Dredging 390 00 

River Ottawa — Improvement of steamboat channel through 

Narrows at Petewawa, above Pembroke 300 00 



Carried forward. 



14t— 9 



cts. 
102,791 08 



7,650 00 
2,000 00 



512,424 03 



2,692 60 
3,360 00 



35,645 00 



10,300 00 



164,428 68 



512,424 03 



SCHEDULE k—CoiUinued. 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward 

PUBLIC WORKS. 

iChargeahle to Income) — Concluded. 

Harbors and Rivers— ConcZucfei. 
Manitoba. 
6en«rml repairs and improvements, harbors and rivers, Manitoba.. 

Harbors and Rivera Generally. 
Harbors and Rivers generally_ 



DaEDGINO. 



Vew dredging plant. 



Slides and Bogus. 
fiircr Madawaska, Ottawa Digtrict 



Roads and Bridges. 

IBndres, Ottawa City, over the River Ottawa, the Slides, the Rideau 
Canal and approachis thereto ~ 



Telegraphs. 

lele^raph Lines North-West Territories— New station at Saddle 
Lake, on the Qu'Appelle-Edmonton Line, vi& Fort Pitt 



Miscellaneous. 

Xzamlnation in connection with spring floods atMon*real 

and vicinity „ $ 415 OO 

To pay Miss Margaret SmeJlic, only surviving daughter of 
the late David Smellie, of the heatiug stafiF, Publi'^ 
Buildings, Ottawa, a gratuity equal to one month of 
his salary 65 oo 

To cover accounts paid to Mr. S. Bray, D.L.S., of the 
Department of Indian Affairs, for surveys made by 
bim in connection with the Government Printing 
Bureau and Victoria ITall, Ottawa City, notwith- 
standing anything to the contrary in the Civil Ser- 
vice Act 112 00 

Sarreysand inspections 5,000 00 



Carried forward 



Amount. 



Total. 



$ cts. 
164,428 68 



460 00 



2,900 00 



5,000 00 



565 00 



2,700 00 



95 00 



5,582 00 



147—10 



$ cts. 
512,424 03 



181,730 C8 



694,154 71 



SCHEDULE A— Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward 

LIGHTHOUSE AND COAST SERVICE. 
To provide for the construction of Lighthouses, &c 



I 



MAIL SUBSIDIES AND STEAMBOAT SUBVENTION'S. 

To pay for four trips between Hamburg and Montreal, at $2,000 per 
trip — 

Steam communication with thp Magdalen Islands 

Steam communication from Port Miilgrave, at the terminus of the 
Eastern Extension Railway, to East Bay, Cape Breton 

Steam service between San Francisco and Victoria, British Columbia 
1st Sept., 1888, to 30th June, 1889, 10 months, at $17,640 a year..... 

To provide for the payment to Mr. James King, in settlement of a 
claim for compensation for the summary annulling of a contract 
held by him in 1874-75, for the mail service between Prince Ed- 
ward Island and the mainland, as recommended by a Special 
Committee of the House of Commons 



Amount. 



L 



iJfDIAN AFFAIRS. 

Ontario and Quebec. 

To enable the Department to defray the additional cost of 
building a barn at the Mount Elgin Industrial Insti- 
tution at Munceytown $ 1,000 00 

To aid in placing two blackboards in the building 
erected to accommodate the surplus children of the 
Roman Catholic Orphanage at Fort William, Ont — 
the whole estimated cost being $)100 

To cover expenses incurred by Inspector Dingman, while 
acting as one of three t-'ommissioners appointed to 
investigate the ToM'nship of Dundee land matter 

To complete the Roman Catholic school building on the 
Abenakis Indian Reserve at St Francis, County of 
Yamaska, Que., the Band having contributed $300, 
nearly one-tenth of their fund, towards the erection of 
the building 100 00 



40 00 



100 00 



Nova Scotia. 

To provide for the salary of Mr. G R. Smith, agent for the Indians of 
Yarmouth County, N.S., from 19th January, 1888, date of his 
appointment, to the 30th June, 1889, at $25 per annum, not before 
provided 



Manitoba and the North-West Territories. 

To enable the Department to pay for a reaping machine 
for the Blood Indian Reserve, the purchase of which 
in August, 1888, was necessitated by the exceptionally 
abundant grain harvest of that year 

To compensate P. Aylen, M.D., for medical services ren- 
dered to Indians of the Battleford Agency, from 23rd 
March, 1888, to 23rd January, 1889 

Carried forward 

147—11 



$ 149 00 



291 32 



440 32 



TotaL 



$ cts. 



8,000 00 
3,158 34 

1,000 00 

14,700 00 



2,968 00 



$ Ct9. 
694,154 71 



8,000 00 



29,818 34 



1,240 00 



36 30 



1,276 30 I 731, 9T3 05 



SCHEDULE X— Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward 



$440 32 



INDIAX kYYMK?,— Concluded. 
Mar.itoba and ths North-West Territories — Concluded. 

To provide, at the rate of §50 per head, for the raainte- 
■ance of 10 Indian pupils at the Roman Catholic 
Boarding School on the Reserve of the Sioux Chief 
Standing Biill'alo, under authority of an Order in 
Council dated 2[)th Xovember, 1888 

For the purchase of two waggons for the Piejran Indians, 
to enable them to draw logs with which to rebuild 
their dwellings 

To p-ay for erection of a school house on the Indian Re- 
serve at File Hills 

Allowance for fuel and light for the Indian Commissioner 
from 3rd August, 1888, to 30th June. 1889, at $300 a 
year 



500 00 



196 00 



400 00 



273 39 



NORTH-WEST MOUNTED POLICE. 
Required to complete the service for the year 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

Contribution for the relief of sufferers by the Hull fire.- 

To pay Mr. Justice Rouleau rental allowances from the date he as- 
sumed his duties as Stipendiary Magistrate, to the date of his ap- 
pointment as Judge of the Supreme Court (5lh April, 1886, to 
18th February, 1887) at $500 per annum 

To pay Mr. N. 0. Cote for services in connection with the half-breed 
Commission 

Further contribution towards the publication of Dr. Rand's Micmac 
Dictionary 

Further amount required to meet the expenditure connected with the 
Royal Labor Commission 

To provide stock for Government bindery 

To pay for the undermentioned works : — 

Five hundred copies of Parliamentary Companion, at 

$2 each $ i,000 00 

One hundred copies vol. 4, " Jugements du Conseil 

Souverain," at $3 each 300 00 



Amount. 



$ cts. 
1,276 30 



1,809 71 



Further amount required for expenses of Government in the District of 
Keewatin 

To indemnify the St. Catharines Milling and Lumbering Co., for the 
costs of the suit of the Queen vs. the Company 

To pay for the maintenance of indigent patients in the St. Albert 
Hospital 

To provide an equivalent sum to that voted by the British Association 
for the Advancement of Science, for the purpose of making an in- 
vestigation into the physical character, languages, and industrial 
and social condition of the Xorth-Western tribes of the Dominion 
of Car.ada, and especially the tribes and bands of the Province of 
British Columbia 



Carried forward. 



147—12 



5,000 00 

436 01 

500 00 

200 00 

40,000 00 
5,000 00 



1,300 00 

750 00 

10,000 00 

30O 00 



730 00 



63,21G 01 



Tot&I 



$ Ct3. 

731,973 65 



3,086 01 
80,000 00 



815,059 06 



SCHEDULE k— Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward 

MISCELLANEOUS— CcncZMfei. 

To pay costs of appeal to the Privy Council in the Queen vs. Hodge 
To pay one half the expense of publishing the third volume of cases 

decided on " The British North America Act, 18G7," collected and 

edited by John R. Carlwright 

To meet costs of litigated matters 

To meet expenditure under Canada Temperance Act 

To pay balance of gratuity to the f:\mily of the late William Menzies 
To pay moiety of expenses incurred in connection with the survey of 

the River St. Lawrence .' 

To pay the North-West Mounted Police for supplies for the relief of 

distress among half-breeds in the North-West Territories 



COLLECTION OF REVENUES. 

ClSTOMS. 

Customs, Miscelliineous — 

Furtlier amount required for preventive service (legal expenses)... 

Further amount required to provide for Customs share (one-half) 

of cost of repairs and maintenance of Government steam 

yacht " Cruiser," during the season of 1888 

Gratuity to B. C. Ambro.=e, injured while in charge of a hoist in 
bonded warehouse in Montreal, in consequence of which a part of 
his loot had to be amputated 



Excise. 

To pay A. W. Goodman f r services, overtime, from 1st January, 
1887, to 30th June, 1888, assisting the Inspector of Distilleries in 
measuring tanks required for storage of spirits 

To provide for the appointment of a Deputy Colleptor of Inland 
Revenue at Port Hope, at the rate of $600 per annum, from 1st 
February, 1889 

To pay T. Burke difference between his salary, $1,155, aud that to 
winch he is entitled as acting Collector of Inland Revenue, St. 
John, N.B., for 1888-89 

Inspection of Weights and Measures. 

To pay Salaries of the following Assistant Inspectors : — 

R. A. Hughes, from 5th October, 1888, at §600 

Edward Kelly, from lit December, 1888, at 

J. S. Baker, for whole year 

P. C. A. Bruneau do 



Railways and Canals. 

Repairs and Working Uxpt rises. 

Intercolonial Railway 

Prince Edward Island Railway 

Cornwall Canal 

Williamsburgh Canal 

Ste. Anne Canal 

Trent Canal 

Chambly Canal 

Dredge vessels 



Carried forward,. 



m— 13 



Amount. 



Total. 



$ cts. 
63,216 01 

2,046 25 

125 00 

4,014 36 

10.000 00 

■IS 00 

13,571 83 

6,000 00 



6,500 00 

2,781 82 

162 00 



300 00 
250 00 
215 00 



443 


55 


201 


67 


G'lO 


00 


500 


00 



500,000 00 

15,o00 00 

48,(100 00 

850 00 

20 00 

i,;i.-.o 00 

3,000 0() 

2,0l0 00 



$ cts. 
815,059 06 



100,048 45 



9,.143 82 



795 00 



1,835 22 



570,450 CO 



l,4f)7,'J31 55 



SCHEDULl^ k-~Concluded, 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward 

COLLECTION OF REVENUES. 
Public Wobks. 



Telegraphs — Xorth-West Territories— Maintenance and repairs 

(iialf of St Lawrence Telegraph and rfignalSystem— Compensn tiun to 
the owners of Anticosli Island in full for land and firewood taken 
on the island— 1880 to 1889- in connection with Government tele- 
graph construction and maintenance, inclusive ofstatioas 



Minor Revenobs. 

Amount required for the repair of roads on Ordnance Lands at Grand 
Falls, New Brunswick 

To pjiy Louis Lavoie, jun., late caretaker of the ordnance property at 
Ilochelaga, a gratuity of one month's salary 



Post Office. 

To compensate H. I^unbar, late Messenger in the Kingston PostOflfice, 

fur loss of (juarters 

To provide for the sahiry of an Assistant Post Office Inspector in the 
Siralford Postal Iji vision, from the 1st Dec, 1888, to the 30th 

June. 1889, at the ra'e of $1,200 a year 

Commission to Postmasters on the havings Baak business in the fol 
lowing Provinces: — 

.New ]] runs wick 

Nova Scotia 

IJritish Columbia 

Amount required for mail service over the Canadian Pacific Railway 
owing to increased car accommodation, to be distributed as fol- 
lows : — 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Manitoba 

British Columbia 



Amount. 



g22,500 00 

2,300 00 

24,000 00 

12,JOO 00 



DOMINION LANDS. 

{Charg(alle to Income.) 

To provide for 9 months' services of Mrs. Ellie Landcrkin, as Clerk in 
the Dominion Lands Office at Nelsonville 



TERRITORIAL ACCOUNT. 

To provide for ihe payment of freight on seed grain, for forwarding 
and distributing the same to Edmonton settlers, and for clerical 
assistance. • 

For militia expenses in coiiucctioa with the suppression of the Rebel- 
lion in the Norih-West ., _ 



UNPROVIDED ITEMS. 

Amount required to cover unprovided items for 1887-88, as per Audi- 
tor tJcDeal's report, page 15 — 62 



$ cts. 



1,900 00 



2,000 00 



700 00 
15 50 



100 GO 
700 00 



1,000 00 
500 00 
300 00 



TotaL 



$ cts. 

1,497,631 55 



3,900 GO 



715 50 



61,000 00 



8,100 00 
50,000 00 



63,600 00 



340 00 



58,100 00 

4C5,890 18 
J,0^,177 23 



47—14 



SCHEDULE B. 

Sums granted to Her Majesty by this Act, for the Financial Year 
ending 30th June, 1890, and the purposes for which they are 
granted. 




CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT 



Financial Inspector 

Assistant Financial Inspector 

Office of Assistant Receiver-General, Toronto 

do do Montreal 

do do Halifax 

do do St John 

Auditor and do Winnipeg 

do do Victoria.. 

do do Charlottitown 

Country Savings Banks, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Ed 
ward Island and British Columbia : — 

Salaries 

Contingencies 

^ per cent, commission on $7,258,976.17 for payment of 

interest on public debt 

Brokerage on jmrchases for Sinking Fund? : — 

Intercolonial Railway Loan 

Rupert's Land Loan 

firiiish Columbia i.oan • 

Brokerage and commission on purchase? for Sinking Fund, viz. : — 

Dominion Loans of 1874, 1875, 187G, 1878 and lfc79 

Dominion Loan of 1884 

do Canada reduced 

English bill stamps, postage, telegrams, &c. • ;.._..- 

Expenses in connection with the issue and redemption of Dominion 

notes ••.• 

Printing Dominion notes 

Printing, advertising, inspection, expressage, miscellaneous charges, 
&c., including commutation of stump duty 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT. 



$ etc. 



2,600 00 
1,700 00 
7,300 00 
5,000 00 
9,700 00 
7,700 00 
6,600 00 
7,000 00 
4,600 00 



13,500 00 
2,500 00 

36,294 88 

790 95 
81 09 
42 65 

5,4.53 24 

1,074 76 

4,145 61 

2,000 00 

5,000 00 
43,000 00 

17,000 00 



The Gove.-nor General's Secretary's Office 9,950 00 

The Office ot the Qu^^en's Privy Council for Canada 26,4;i2 50 

The Deiiartment of Justice 20, '07 50 

do do Penitential ies Braneh G,2t0 00 

do Militia I 42,500 00 

do Secretary of State 34,972 50 

do Pub ic Printing and Stationery ' 21, .3 10 00 

do Interior I 12^,512 50 

8,860 00 
42,415 00 
25,825 00 
53 597 .50 
40.960 00 
35,050 00 
184,960 00 



North-West Mounted Police 

The Department of Indian .A.&airs 

The Office of the Auditoi-General 

The Department of Finance and Treasury Board.. 

do Inland Revenue 

do Customs 

do Postmaster-General 



Carried forward. 



184.283 18 



147—15 



«>t;2,912 fiO I 184,283 13 



SCHEDULE B- Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Coniinuerf. 



The Department of Agriculture 

do Marine 

do Fisheries 

do Public Works 

do Railways and Canals 

Istimatcd expenditure required in connection with the High Commis- 
sioner's ( ffice : — 

, Salaries S 7,753 37 

Contingencies, including taxes and insurance on 
official residence, income taxes, rent, fuel, 
light, stationerj-, &c 6,500 00 



Departmental Contingencies 

Amount required to proridc for the contingent expenses of the High 
Commissioner for Canada in London 

Amonnt required for Salaries of Board of Examiners and other ex- 
penses in connection with the Civil Service Act 

OflBce of the Queen's Privy Council of Canada — One 
statutory increase S 

Additional amount for translation, &c 

To increase the salary of the Clerk of the Crown in Chan- 
cery to $2,400 



50 00 
100 00 



100 00 



Department of Justice — Statutory increase to one Third Class Clerk... 

Department of the Interior, Dominion Lands Branch — To make up to 

C C. Pelletier the difference between §400 and $700 per annum, 

from the 1st January, 1387, to 1st July, 1887 

Department of Marine — To provide for the salary of a Third Class 

Clerk 

Department of Indian Affairs — To provide the usual salarv 

for the Solicitor of Indian Affairs .".$ 400 00 

To provide for the increase, from S-100 to S450, in the 
salary of David Osahgel, Third Class Clerk, to which 
he is entitled on account of having passed in the 
optional subject of bookkeeping before the Board of 
Examiners for the Civil Service — 

From nth February to 30th June, 1889....$ 19 36 
And to provide for'the statutory increase 
for three months, ending 30th June, 

1889 12 50 

31 86 



To provide a salarv for a Second Class Clerk to keep the 
accounts of tlie Parliamentary appropriations for 
Indian purposes 1,100 00 

Contingencies 2JO0O 00 



Department of Fisheries — To provide for the promotion of 
one Second Class Clerk to a First Cla?3 Clerkship 

To provide for the picmotion of one Third Class Clerk to 
a Second Class Clerkship 



50 00 



100 00 



Department of Printing and Stationery — Further amount re(iuired for 
contingencies '. 

Departments genernlly — Uenmucration to special messenger for de- 
livery of night mails to Ministers and Deputy Heads 

.High Commissioner for Canada in England — Further amount required 
for contingencies of High Ccmmissioner 



Carried forward. 



147—16 



Amount. 



$ Ct3. 

682,912 50 



56,270 00 
27.887 50 
16; 187 50 
45,190 00 
47,700 00 



14,253 37 
192,250 00 

2,000 00 

4,000 00 



250 00 
50 00 



150 00 
742 50 



3,5.T1 86 

150 00 
3,000 00 

300 00 
1,200 00 



1,098,025 23 



Total. 



$ eta. 
184,283 18 



184,283 18 



SCHEDULE B— Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Amount. 



Total. 



BroughtTorward 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT— ConcZ«rfei. 

Post Office and Finance Departments — Contingencie8 — Amount re- 
quired to make payment to those officers of the Savings Bank 
Branch, Post Office and Finance Departments, engaged in the 
balancing of and computing interest on depositors' accounts to 
30th June, 1889— 

Post Office Department $1,850 00 

Finance Department 1,250 00 

Department of Railways and Canals — Additional salary to C. 
Schreiber, Chief Engineer of Government Railways 

SUPERANNUATION. 

To pay an extra allowance of $240 per annum to W. Wallace, ex-post- 
master at Victoria, British Columbia, from 1st January, 1888, to 
30th June, 1890 



$ cts. 

682,912 50 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 

MiBcellaneous expenditure, including North-West Territories 

Travelling expenses of Judges in the North- West Territories 

Circuit Allowances, British Columbia 

Travelling Allowances, Court of Queen's Bench and County Court 
Judges, Manitoba 

Reporter of the Supreme Court of Canada 

Assistant Reporter of the Supreme Court of Canada, 2nd Class Clerk. 

Clerk in the office of the Registrar of the Supreme Court of Canada... 

Second Clerk in the office of the Registrar of the Supreme Court of 
Canada 

Senior Messenger of the Supreme Court of Canada 

Second Messenger of the Supreme Court of Canada 

Third Messenger of the Supreme Court of Canada 

Clerk, Exchequer Court of Canada 

3rd Class Clerk, Exchequer Court of Canada 

Messenger, Exchequer Court 

Contingencies and disbursements, Judges' travelling expenses ; also 
salaries of officers (SheriflF, Registrar as Editor of Reports, Usher, 
&c.,) in the Supreme Court of Canada, and §150 for books for 
Judges 

Printing, binding and distributing the Supreme Court Reports 

For ihe purchase of Law Reports and Te.Kt Books for the Supreme 
Court Library 

Sundry disbursements connected with the Maritime Court of Ontario, 
Judges' travelling expenses, &c 

Salary of Registrar of the Vice-Admiralty Court, Quebec 

Salary of Marshal of Vice-Admiralty Court, Quebec 

To provide Vice-Admiralty Court Rooms, St. John, N.B 

To provide Vice-Admiralty Court Rooms, Halifax 

Contingencies, Exchequer Court of Canada, Judge's and Registrar's 
travelling expenses, salary of Sheriffs, &c., and $50 for Judge's 
books 



3,100 00 
2,000 00 



POLICE. 



Dominion Police 



20,000 00 
4,000 00 
6,000 00 

2,.50(> 00 

2,350 00 

1,250 00 

400 00 

900 00 
500 00 
500 00 
460 00 
1,100 00 
600 00 
300 00 



4,000 00 
2,000 00 

2,500 00 

100 00 
666 66 
333 -.'A 
150 00 
150 00 



2,C00 00 



Carried forward , 



$ cts. 
184,283 18 



1,103,125 23 



600 00 



147—1*7 



52,760 00 

19,000 00 
1,359,768 41 



SCHEDULE B— Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward 

PENITENTIARIES. 



Kingston 

St. Vincent de Paul 

Dorchester 

Manitoba 

British Columbia 

Regina Jail 

Dorchester Penitentiary— Additional amount required to 

pay Accountant and Schoolmaster $200 00 

Amount required to place Guard L. H. Chambers, acting 

as Trade Instructor, at the maximum of his class 70 00 



Manitoba Penitentian— Salaries for Quarryman and Mason 

Instructor, $600 each $1,200 00 

To pay increase of salary to Trade Instructor Pugh 30 00 



Kingston Penitentiary— To provide for introduction of 

electric light : ...•" $15,000 00 

Salary of Electrician 800 00 

Promotion of two Guardians to position of Keepers 60 00 



St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary— For 150 cords of tam- 

arac for limu burning, tools, &c $1,000 00 

Salary of Quarryman 600 00 

Required to pay Warden Ouimet the maximum salary 

under the Act 50-51 Victoria, chapter 52, section 10... 100 00 



LEGISLATION. 
Senate. 
Salaries and contingent expenses of the Senate. 
House of Commons. 



Salary of the Deputy Speaker 

Salaries, per Clerk's estimate ~ 

Expenses of Committees, Extra Sessional Clerks, &c 

Contingencies 

Publishing Debates, Ilocise of Commons. (Authority is hereby given 
lor paying out of thi3 vote such sums as are required to pay such 
employees of the Civil Service as it is necessary to employ to do 
duty as amanuenses to the Debate Staff of the House of Commons, 
for the present Session, notwithstanding anything to the contrary 



cts. 



$ cts. 



in "The Civil Service Act") .. 
?ncies, per Serg 



Salaries and contingencies, per Sergeant-at-Arms' estimate 

Franchise Act — Printing voters' lists 

Elections — To pay the undermentioned Returning OflBcers for extra 
services during the elections : — 

T. C. de Loiiraier, Election of 1888 $ 75 00 

C. J. Doherty do 1887 75 00 

A. W. Atwater do 1687 75 00 



To meet expenses in connection with Electoral Franchise Act , 

To pay to the following .Members of Parliament travelling expenses 
" " .ted in 1,S.S7 and 1888 :— .Messrs. L. II. Davies, $58 ; J 



short calculatec 

Yeo, $85.20; S. F. Perry, $83.20: 

Mclutjre, $40.40 ; W. Welsh, $58 . 



J. Robertson, $15 60 ; P. A. 



Carried forward. 



147—18 



121,128 58 
89,514 79 
45,838 50 
50,526 48 
44,391 07 
1,460 00 



270 00 



1,230 00 



15,860 00 



1,700 00 



60,638 00 



2,000 00 
70,050 00 
13,200 00 
21,250 00 



40,000 00 
33,882 50 
10,000 00 



225 00 
250,000 00 



340 40 



501,585 90 



1,359,768 41 



371,919 42 



1,731,687 83 



SCHEDULE ^—Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward. 



LEGISL .\T10N— ConcZwici. 
House of Commons — Concluded. 



Salaries of officers of the Library 

Grant to Parliamentary Library , • 

Purchase of works on America 

Contingencies of the Library 

Binding newspapers, &c •• 

Preparing and reprinting the Catalogue of the Library of American 

Historj' 

Printing, binding and distributing the Laws 

Printing, printing paper and book-binding 



ARTS, AGRICULTURE AND STATISTICS. 



For care of Archives 

For expenses in connection with Patent Record 

do do preparation of Criminal Statistics. 

do do Health Statistics 

Outlay towards the establishment and maintenance of Experimental 

Farms ..'.. 

Aid to Agricultural Societies in the North-West Teiritories 

Census and Statistics, including preliminary preparation for Census 

of 1891 

Colonial and Indian Exhibition— To pay balance of freight charges 

and other unsettled accounts....' • • ■ 

To aid in the further extension and development of the dairying inter 

ests of Canada • • 

To aid in the extension and development of the fruit growing Indus 

try of Canada 



IMMIGRATION. 



Salaries of Agents and Employees : — 

Agent, Quebec : 

Assistant Agent, Quebec 

Clerk, Quebec 

Interpreter, Quebec 

Messenger, Quebec. 

Agent, Montreal 

do Ottawa 

Kingston 

Toronto 

Hamilton , 

Loudon, Out 

Halifax 

St. John, N.B 

Winnipeg 

Assistant Agent, Winnipeg 

do Brandon 

do Calgary 

do Port Arthur 

do Victoria, B.C.... 

do Vancouver 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Carried forward. 



Amount. 



$ cts. 
501,585 90 



16,8G0 00 

10,000 00 

1,000 00 

2,506 00 

2,000 00 

2,500 00 

6,000 00 

75,000 00 



0,000 00 
8,000 00 
4,000 00 
10,000 00 

70,000 OO 
10,000 00 

1.0,000 00 

3,500 00 

3,000 00 

2,000 00 



1,700 00 
1,100 00 
1,000 00 
6«0 00 
365 00 
1,300 00 
1,300 00 
1.300 00 
1,650 00 
1,2.')0 0(t 
1,000 Od 
1,000 CO 
1,000 00 
1,400 00 
1,000 00 
1,400 00 
1,200 00 
1,000 00 
1,0"0 00 
1,200 00 



Total. 



$ cts. 
1,731,687 85 



617,445 90 



131,500 00 



22,825 00 12,480,633 73 



n 



147—19 



SCHEDULE B— Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward 

IMMIGRATION— Conc/^cf«(f. 



Salaries of Agents and Employees : — 

Interpreter, Winnipeg 

Agents, Europe 

Contingencies, Canadian Agencies 

Aid to Women's Protective Immigration Society, Montreal. 
Towards Immigration and Immigration expenses 



QUARANTINE. 



lledical Inspection, Quebec, 
i^oarantine — Grosse lie. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



St. John, N.B 

Pictou,N.S_ 

Halifax, X.S 

Chailottetown, P.E.I 

Victoria, B.C.. 

Sydney, N.S 

Chatham, N.B 

Port Hawkesbury„ , 

Tracadie Lazaretto 

To meet expenses of precaution.ary measures for Public Health 

To meet expenses for Cattle Quarantines : — 

Province of Ontario 

do Quebec 

Maritime Provinces 

ProTince of Manitoba 

To meet possilde expenses for Sheep Scab and Cattle diseases 

For payment for immigrant patients in Winnipeg and St. Boniface 
Hospitals 



« Amount. 



PENSIONS. 



Lady Cartier 

Mrs. Delaney, wife of Indian Agent killed at Frog Lake 

Pensions payable on account of Fenian Raid 

To meet probable amount reijuired for Veterans of War of 1812 

Compensation to Pensioners in lieu of land 

Pensions payable on account of Rebellion of 1885, to Militiamen 

Pensions payable on account of Rebellion of 188r>, to Mounted Police, 

Prince Albert Volunteers and Police Scouts 

To pay a pension of $400 per annum to 3Irs. Gowanlock 



-MILITIA. 



$ cts. 
22,825 00 



800 00 
5,900 00 

10,000 00 
1,000 00 

48,610 00 



1,600 00 

13.364 00 

2,600 00 

800 00 

3,400 00 

1,000 00 

1,900 00 

1,000 00 

600 00 

300 00 

3,2(10 00 

10,000 00 

5.000 00 
3.000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
5,100 00 

111. 000 00 



1,200 00 
400 00 
3.086 00 
3,150 00 
1,800 00 
25,000 00 

7,000 00 
400 00 



Salaries, Militia Branch and District Staff 14,100 00 

Brigade Majors, salaries, transport expenses, &c , 15,100 00 

Ammunition, including artillery ammunition, and manu- 
facture of .small arm ammunition at the Cartridge 

Factory at Quebec $50,000 00 

Clothing and great coats 90,000 00 

Military stores 60,000 00 



Cariied forward. 



200,000 00 



Total. 



147—20 



$ Ctd. 

2,480,633 73 



95,135 00 



68,664 00' 



42,036100 



229,200 00 2,686,468 73 



SCHEDULE B^Contiuf^ed. 



SERVICE. 



Carried forward. 



}ilLlTlX— Concluded. 

Public armouries anil care of anus, includingpay of Storekeepers, Care- 
takers, Storemen and Armourers _ 

Drillinstruction $ 40,000 00 

Drill pay and other incidental expenses cor.iiecled with 

the drill and training of the Militia 250,000 00 



■Contingencies and general services not otherwise provided for, includ- 
ing grants to Artillery and Ritie Associations and Bands of 
efficient corps 

Dominion Rifle Association — Government grant 

Dominion Artillery Association — Government grant towards Artillery 
competition to be held in Canada, or for sending a team of 
Dominion Artillerymen to compete at Shoeburyness, England 

Improved rifled ordnance 

Military Properties, Drill Sheds — 

Rifle ranges and care and maintenance of Military 

Properties $22,000 00 

Construction and repairs 75,000 00 



Royal Military College of Canada ;•• 

Permanent Forces — Pay and Maintenance of " A," " B" 
and " C " Batteries, Schools of Artillery at Quebec, 

Kingston and Victoria, B C $180,000 00 

Cavalry and Infantry Schools at Quebec, Predericton, St. 

Johns, P.Q., Toronto, London and Winnipeg 304,000 00 



RAILWAYS AND CANALS. 

{Chargeable to Capital.) 

Railways. 
Canadian Faeifie Railway. 

Construction (including the remuneration to be paid to L. K. Jones, 
permanent officer of the Department of Railways and Canals, as 
Secretary of the Commission of Arbitrators, appointed by Order 
in Council, dated 27th February, 1888, aud in addition to his 
regular salary) 

To pay L. K. Jones for services as Private Secretary to the Chief Engi- 
neer of the Canadian Pacific Railway, from Ist July, 1889, to 30th 
June, 1890 ;•— 

To pay J. M. Oxley, a permanent officer of the Department of Marine, 
for services rendered and expenses incurred in connection with 
the Canadian Pacific Railway arbitration 



Intercolonial Rai way. 



Increased accommodation at Halifax 

do do Moncton 

Jlolling stock 

Jlxtension of the shed to repair cars, Richmond. 



Amount. 



$ cts. 
229 200 00 



60,000 00 



290,000 00 



38,000 00 
10,000 00 



2,000 00 
3,000 00 



97,000 00 
77,000 00 



484,000 00 



20,000 00 

100 00 

54 20 



150,000 00 

67,500 00 

17,000 00 

2,600 00 



Carried forward ' 257,154 20 

14t— 21 



Total.: 



$ eta. 
2,686,468 73 



1,290,200 0« 



3,976,668 73 



SCHEDULE B— Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Amount. 



ToUJ. 



Brought forward. 



RAILWAYS AND CANALS. 

{^Chargeable to Cajse^a/)— Concluded. 

Railways — Concluded. 

Intercolonial Raihvay — Concluded. 

Iron overhead bridge at the Foundry Crossing, Truro (provided the 
Government is indemnified by the Town of Truro against any 
claims for damages by reason of the construction of the said cross- 
ing) ••••"• 

To provide for a Y at Truro Station 

Extension along city front at St. John, subject to such terms and 
conditions as the Governor in Council authorises and imposes 

Increased accommodation at St. John 

Dartmouth Branch 

IndiantowD Branch 



$ eta. 
257,154 20 



Capt Breton Raihray. 

Coastraction 

Construction of a bridge over "The Narrows". 



Oxford and New Ghngow Railway. 



CouBtraction 



Canals. 



Saolt Ste. Marie 

Lachine 

Cornwall 

Williamsburgli — 

Towards enlarging the Farran's Point Division 

For the construction of an entrance and lock at the head of 

Rapide Plat Canal 

Towards the improvement of the works at the head of tl^e Galops 
Canal ." 

St Lawrence River and Canals — Lake St. Louis and Canal between 
Lakes St. Louis and St. Francis 

St. Lawrence River and Canals 

Murray — Towaids completing the present works 

Wclland 

do deepening to 14 feet throughout 

do land and damages, Grand River 

Trent River Navigation — For construction of locks and the improve- 
ment of navigation between Lakefield and Balsam Lake 

Ste. Anne 

Grenville 

T*y 



do 

Oolbute — To remove a shoal above the locks, land damages and works 
connected with the retaining dams 



Carried forward. 



147—22 



5,0C0 00 
7,500 00 

17,000. 00 

25,000 00 

,4.000 00 

4,500 00 



700,000 00 
400,000 00 



300,000 00 



1,291,400 00 

79,Ono 00 

1,200,000 00 

100,000 00 

360,000 00 

340,000 00 

eOOyOOO 00 
. 20,000 00 
217.000 00 
100,000 00 
100,000 00 
12,700 00 

80,000 00 
44,GI0 00 
7,000 00 
25,000 00 
15,000 00 

13,000 00 



$ ct8. 
3,976,668 73 



6,324,894 20 



10,301,562 93 



SCHEDULE B—Coniifiiiecl. 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward 

RAILWAYS AND CANALS. 

(^Chargeable to Income.) 

Canals. 

Lachine Canal. 

To pay J. Rielle for preparing " Proems Verbaux " re lands 

Construction of a bridge over the canal, "Wellington Street, Montreal. 
For drainage of land and leakage of banks from Lachine to Cote 

St. Paul 

For purchase or erection of a telephone line 



Welland Canal. 



Eepairing piers, Port Colborne and Port Maitland, and canal banks, 

flumnait level 

Bridge over old Lock No. 2 and road ., »■ u.,n,.,.. 

Overhauling the superstructure of the pier at Port Dalhousie, removal 

of shoal, also construction of piers for bridge at Thorold 

Reconstructing culvert under feeder above junction 

To improve the outlet of Sunfish Creek from the feeder to Grand 

River .' ••• 

Weirs and dams at Dunnville 

Repairing piers, Port Colborne and Port Maitland, and canal bank 

summit level 

To repair banks damaged by high water and storm on 9th January, 

1889 

Towards filling a pond at St. Catharines 



Amount. 



Chambly Canal. 
Raising banks, lowering bottom of canal, rebuilding lockwalls, &c... 

St. Ours Lock. 
Towards OTerhauling foundation of lock 



St. Anne' s Lock. 
Strengthening old pier below lock y 



Carillon and Orenville Canal. 



To provide for two sets of stop logs 

To pay claims and services of valuators. 



Cornwall Canal. 
To provide for a residence and an ofiBce for the Collector at Cornwall. 
Carried forward, 



$ cts. 



4,907 00 
25,000 00 

10,000 00 
1,600 00 



18,000 00 
6,000 00 

30,000 00 
3,000 00 

1,200 00 
5,000 00 

10,000 00 

15,000 00 
5,000 00 



15,000 00 



44,000 00 



10,000 00 



2,000 00 
5,000 00 



2,000 00 



Total. 



$ cts. 
10,301,562 93 



212,707 00 



10,301,562 93 



14*7—23 



SCHEDULE B—Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward 

RAILWAYS AND CANALS. 

iChargeable to Income.) — Concluded. 
Q AVALS— Concluded. 

Trent River Navigation. 

To build a landing pier at Lakefield, and repair the roads at Buckhorn 
Cleaning out the channel at several points between Lakefield and Bal 
sam Lake , 



Rideiu Canal. 

For works necessary to complete the supply to the canal and the Gan- 
anoque River 

Renewal of bridge at Manotick 

To pay claims and legal expenses for land damages 

Construction of a dredge 

For works in connection with tlie new location of the swing bridge 
over the canal at Smith's Falls, including the renewal of a bridge, 
Ac 



Construction of bridge over the canal, between Concessions C and D, 

Nepean front 

To pay claims for land damages and legal expenses 



Culbute Canal. 

Koad to replace one destroyed by raising water by construction of 
dams, Calumet Island 



Miscellaneout. 

Miscellaneous works not otherwise provided for. 

Arbitrations and awards 

Surveys and inspections , 

General dredging, canals 



Rail WATS. 



Surveys and inspections. 
Railway statistics 



PUBLIC WORKS. 

(^Chargeable to Capital.) 
Public Buildings. 
Ottawa. 
Additional Public Building, Wellington street ., 
Carried forward 



Amount. 



% cts. 
212,707 00 



3,900 00 
5,800 00 



12,000 00 

1,000 00 

100 00 

15,000 00 



2,536 00 

7,000 00 
900 00 



1,001 00 



15,000 00 

5,000 00 

10,000 00 

10,150 00 



10,000 00 
2,000 00 



90,000 00 



147-24 



90,000 00 



Total. 



$ eta. 
10,301,662 9t 



314,0fS M 



10,615,655 92 



SCHEDULE B^Continued. 




SERVICE. 



Brought forward. 



PUBLIC WORKS. 

{.Chargeable to CaptiaO— Concluded. 

Harbors and Rivers. 

Ontario. 

Construction of Port Arthur Harbor and for Kaministiquia River . 
Kingston Graving Dock 



New Brunswick. 



Cape Tormentine Harbor.. 



Quebec. 

River St. Lawrence — Improvement of ship channel between Quebec 
and Montreal 



B/itisk Columbia. 

Saqnimalt Graving Dock — To cover the cost of placing seventy-five 
additional keel blocks in the dock 



PUBLIC WORKS. 

{Chargeable to Income.) 

Public Bcildings. 

Nova Seotia. 

Annapolis Post Office, Cnstom House, kc ..$ 10,000 00 

Halifax Dominion Building — Repairs. &c 1,500 00 

Sydney (South) Post Office, Custom House, &c 10,000 00 

Halifax Examining Warehouse. „ 175 00 

do Immigrant Building 6,000 00 

Ntw Brunswick. 

Dalhouaie Post Office 12,000 00 

Fredericton Post Office, Cnstom House, Ac 650 flO 

St. John Dominion Buildings — Improvements, &c 1,500 00 

Woodstock Post Office— To complete 900 00 

Sussex Public Building— Repairs 200 00 

Prince Edward Island. 

Charlotte town Dominion Building — Introduction of water 

from city aqueduct 500 00 

Sammerside Public Building — Improvements, &c 900 00 

Carried forward 43,325 00 

147—26 



$ cts. 
90,000 00 



133,000 %0 
124,000 00 



60,000 00 



100,000 00 



8,000 00 



$ etaL 

10,615,65593 



515,000 «• 



. 11,130.655 9& 



SCHEDULE B—Coniinved. 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward $43,325 00 

PUBLIC WORKS. 

{Charffeable to Income) — Continued. 

Public Buildings — Continued. 



Qufbee. 

Aylmer Post Office— To complete 6,903 00 

Coaticook Post Office, Custom House and Inland Revenue 

Office— To complete 2,000 00 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station 500 00 

Bull Post Office and Inland Revenue Office— To complete 700 00 

Joliette Post Office— To complete 7,000 00 

Xiaprairie Post Office— Site to be furnished by local 

authorities free of cost. ! 3,000 00 

Montreal Dominion Buildings — Improvements and repairs 1,500 00 

lachine Post Office, &c 6,000 00 

Montreal Post Office— Safe, &c 400 00 

do Electiic lighting, extensions, alter- 
ations, &c 1,250 00 

^oebec Custom House 500 00 

do Dominion Buildings — Improvements, &c 1,500 00 

£ivi£re du Loup (Fraservillc) Post Office, Custom House, 

Ac 2,000 00 

Sberbrooke Public Building — Improvements 250 00 

St Vincent de Paul Penitenliarv 20,000 00 

St Hyacinthe Post Office, Custom House, &c 6,000 00 

St Jerome Public Building— To comjilete 9,500 00 

Three Rivers Dominion Buildings— Improvements, &c 500 00 

Canllon Inlat d Revenue Office, including outbuildi..gs... 800 00 

JUmUcal Custom House 1,500 00 

do Post Office— Improvements 950 00 

do Dominion Building:^ — Improvenipnts, Ac, in con- 
nection with heating and elevator services.... 3,500 00 
St. Henri Post Office. Ac 4,000 00 



Ontario. 

Almonte Post Office, Custom House, Ac 

£rampton Pulilic Building. „ 

Caroga Post office— To complete 

Cobourg I'ost Office, Custom House, Ac— To complete... 
<}aijanoque do do do 

Ciodericb do do 

Government Printing Bureau— To complete 

Kingston Penitentiary 

Ijindsay Post Office, Custom House, Ac „ 

I^ondon Custom House 

Kapanee Post Office, 'Custom House, Ac— To complete... 

Pembroke do do 

Port Arthur do do on proper site 

being given 

Prescott Post Office and Custom House Buildings 

Strathroy Post Office, Custom House, Ac_ 

Toronto Dominion Buildings— Improvements, Ac 

Trenton Public Building . 

Toronto Examining Warehouse— Outbuilding 

Carried forward .., 275,225 00 

147—26 



7.000 00 


7,000 00 


4,500 00 


6,000 00 


2,500 00 


7,000 00 


33,000 00 


20,000 00 


9,000 00 


4,000 00 


11,000 00 


8,000 00 


7,000 00 


10,000 00 


7,000 00 


1,.')00 00 


7,000 00 


150 00 



Amount. 



Total. 



etd. 



$ Ct8. 
11,130,655 9» 



11,130,655 95 



SCH'EDtJLE B— Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Brought forward $275,225 00 



PUBLIC WORKS. 

(Chargeable to Income.) — Continued. 

Public Buildings — Continued. 

Ontario — Concluded. 

Toronto Drill Hall — For the constrnction of, on condition 
that the City of Toronto provide a plot of land, as 
agreed upon 

Departmental Buildings, Ottawa — Reconstruction of ele- 
vator in Western Block 

Belleville Battalion Drill Shed 

Belleville Post Office, Custom House, &c 

Brantford Battsliou Drill Shed 

Berlin Post Office, Custom House, &c. — Introduction of 
water from Berlin Waterworks Company's aqueduct.. 

Carleton Place Post Office, &c 

Hamilton Public Brilding 

Gnelph Post Office — Improvements, «&c. — To complete.... 

London Post Office — Re-covering roof, furniture, &c 

London Military Buildings 

Orillia Public Buildings — The town contributing the 
Wheeler lot free of cost 

Parliament Building — Renewing skylight. House of Ccm- 
mons 

Parliament Building, Ottawa — To cover with copper front 
part of roof between main tower and first break west 
of Commons' entrance 

Peterborough Custom House, &c 

Peterborough Post Office 

Public Buildings, Ottawa — Fuel shed and ice house 

Prescott Custom House— Brick vaults 

Stratford Post Office — Improvements^ 

St. Thomas Post Office, Custom House, &c. — Fencing, 
plumbing, &c 

Public Buildings, Ottawa — Addition to Supreme Court 
Building 

Toronto Military School— New drill shed 

Toronto Old Fort — New magazine 

Toronto Examining Warehouse — Towards purchase of 
water lots by expropriation or otherwise 

Toronto Post Office — Sanitary works, &c 

Toronto Immigrant Buildings — Improvements and re- 
pairs 

Walkerton Post Office, Custom House, &c 

Windsor Public Building — Alterations, &c , 

For purchase of a house and premises as ([uarters for the 
Commandant of the Royal Military College at Kingi- 
ton 

Manitoba. 



30,000 00 

3,000 00 

10,000 00 

400 00 

10,01/0 00 

300 00 
4,000 00 
2,600 00 
2,000 00 
1,200 00 
10,000 00 

4,000 00 

3.250 00 



3,000 00 
10,000 00 
1,900 00 
750 00 
l,0(iO CO 
2,000 00 

900 00 

5,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,500 00 

35,000 00 
4,200 00 

2,000 00 

4,000 00 

400 00 



12,500 00 



Brandon Post Office > 10,000 00 

Brandon Immigrant Building — Improvements, &c 350 00 

Manitoba Penitentiarv 15,000 00 

Winnipeg Post Office.'. 2,500 00 

Winnipeg Immigrant Buildings 5,000 00 



cts. 



$ eta. 
11,130,655 93 



Carried forward 470,975 00 

14t— 27 



11,130,655 93 



SCHEDULE B— Continued. 




Brought forward.. $476,975 00 

PUBLIC WORKS. 

{Chargeable to Income) — Continued. 

KoTth-Weat Tcrritoriet. 

Public Buildings generally 5.O00 00 

Residence for Lieutenant-Governor, Regina 9 000 00 

Calgary Court House, Jail, Ac lo!ooO 00 

Crown Lands and Timber Agents' Offices at Regina, Prince 

Albert and Edmonton 10 000 00 

Court House, Lock-up and Police accommodation'at 

Moosomin, Wolseley, Maple Creek and Medicine Hat.. 7,000 00 
Calgary Post Office, Custom House and Inland Revenue, 

Dominion Lands and Crown Timber Offices 10,000 00 

North-West Mounted Police Buildings 50 000 00 

Regina Post Office— Improvements l|lOO 00 

Regina Court House and Jail— Water supply, fittinge, Ac. 7',000 00 

Regina, North-West Assembly Building— Addition 8 000 00 

Assistance towards the erection of a Hospital at Medi- 

5"iDe Hat— The local authoiities contributing $3,000... 2.000 00 

Regina Jail-Cottages for officers 6000 00 

Immigrant Buildings at Regina, Whitewood and Salt ' 

'^*>*^ 3,000 CO 

Britith Columbia. 

General repairs and improvements, Public Buildings 3,000 00 

British Columbia Penitentiary 15 OOO 00 

Victoria Military Buildings 21,250 00 

Nanaimo Public Building— Improvements .....i l|oOO 00 

Public Buildings Generally. 

Public Buildings generally 16,000 00 

Repairs, Fphnituke, Heating, &c. 

Repairs, furniture, Ac $170,000 00 

Grounds, Public Buildings, Ottawa 7 ooo 00 

Removal of snow. Public Buildings, Ottawa 2,'ooo 00 

Heating do do 60,000 00 

Gas and electric light do do 26,000 00 

AM r . , , *^° <^o 20,000 00 

Al owance for fuel and li-ht, Rideau Hall 8,000 00 

Telephonic service. Public Buildings, Ottawa 3,000 00 

Major's Hill Park, Ottawa 7*000 00 

Salaries of Engineers, Firemen, Caretakers, Ac, of Do- ' 

minion Public Buildings 55,000 00 

rteating Dominion Public Buildings— Fuel, Ac 50,000 00 

Lighting do do 30000 00 

Water for do do 15,000 00 

Alateiials for repairs, Ac, in connection with ventilation 

and lighting Public Buildings, Ottawa 5,000 00 

tjundry supplies for Caretakers, Engineers, Firemen, Ac, 

Dominion Buildings 5 ooo 00 

Carried forward 463,000 00 

147—28 



660,325 00 



660,325 00 111,130,655 93 



SCHEDULE B— Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward $403,000 00 



PUBLIC WORKS. 

{Cha'ffcable to Income.) — Continued. 

Repairs, Fuunitiue, Heating. Ac — Concluded. 

To meet disbursements for petty repairs, &c., in councc- 
tioa with Dominion Public Buildings, hitherto made 
directly by the various Departments occupying the 

offices 5,000 00 

Dominion Immigration Buildings — Repairs, furniture, &c. 2,000 00 
Quebec Custom House — Protection of main pipes, heating 

apparatus, repairs, furniture, blinds, &c 1,000 00 

Quebec Cullers' OflSce — To make good damage done by 

fire to furniture, &c 800 00 

Hamilton Public Building — Fitting up room in Examining 
Warehouse exclusively for the custody and tiling of 

invoices, alterations, &c 450 00 

Old Penitentiary Buildings, St. John, N.B.— Repairs, &c. 400 00 

Moncton Public Building — Repairs, &c 550 00 

Toronto Post Office— Furniture 400 00 

Charlottetown Dominion Building — To pay account of A. 
Newbery, Esq., disbursements for keeping grounds in 

order during 1888 400 00 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station, Quebec— Repairs to 

residences of medical assistants 800 00 

Partridge Island Quarantine Station, N.B. — Repairs to 

pest house 300.00 

Victoria, B.C., Quarantine Station — General repairs 125 00 



Harbors and Rivers. 

Nova Scotia. 

Arisaig— Completion of pier % 6,000 00 

Barrington Passage Pier 1,000 00 

Cheticamp— To complete 1,000 00 

Cow Bay— Repairs -. 2,000 00 

do do 1,500 00 

East River of Pictou — Removing rocks — To complete 500 00 

Eatonville Pier— To complete 2,100 00 

Mabou 1,000 00 

Noel 2,000 00 

Partridge Island River 2,000 00 

Port Hood— Repairs 2,500 00 

Sheet Harbor— To complete 1,000 00 

"Wallace Harbor 1,000 00 

do do 2,000 00 

East Bay, north side— Wharf 2 000 00 

Summerville — Wharf and repairs 3,000 00 

PortMaitland or Green Cove 4,200 00 

Jones Harbor 1,003 00 

Margaree — Extension of Pier 2,500 00 

Port Greville— Repairs 2,50« 00 

Tidnish ; 2,000 00 

Grosses Coques — Breakwater 3,000 00 

Economv — Extension of breakwater, to complete 2,500 00 

West Jordan Bay— Dredging 1,200 00 

French Cove 200 00 

Big Tracadie— Dredging 1,000 00 



Amount. 



% cts. 
660,325 00 



475,225 00 



Total. 



$ Ct3. 
11,130,655 93 



Carried forward 5»,700 00 1,135,550 00 11,130,655 93 

147—29 



SCHEDULE B -Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Amount. 



TotAl. 



Brought forward. 



I $ cts. 
$50,700 00 1,135.550 00 



PUBLIC WORKS. 

{Chargeable to Income) — Continued. 

Harbors and Rivers — Concluded. 

J^^ova Scotia — Concluded. 

Western Head 5.000 00 

Port George — Heavy repairs to pier 5.000 00 

Prince EJtcard Island. 

Caacumpec — Removal of rock 2,000 00 

Souris East — Breakwater at Knight's Point, repairs, Ac... 3,000 00 

Repairs to piers and breakwaters 6,000 00 

Port Selkirk 1,000 00 

China Point 1,200 00 

Chapel Point Whan— Grand River 800 00 

JV^eu' Brunswick. 

River St. John — River des Chutes to Woodstock and 
above Grand Falls, injluding removal of obstructions 
between Fiedericton and Woodstock ; also River To- 

bique— To complete 4,000 00 

Edgett'.s Landing— Ballast wharf 3,500 00 

Maisonnette— To complete 1,500 00 

St. John Harbor — Negro Point breakwater 5,000 00 

Richibucto — Protection works 1,000 00 

Campbellton Ballast Wharf 6,000 00 

Grande Anse — To complete 2,500 00 

Campbellton Ballast Wharf and Landing — To complete... 2,000 00 

Kingston — Wharf on Richibucto River 4,000 00 

Baie Verte — Repairs to ballast wharf 500 00 

Shippeg.in — Breakwater 10,000 00 

Lincoln Wharf 1,000 00 

Maritime Provinces Generally, 

General repairs and improvements 12,000 00 



Quebec. 

Chenal du Moine — Ice piers at Ste. Anne de Sorel — To 

complete 2,500 00 

Chicoutimi, St. Ali)hon3e, Anse St. Jean and Ste. Anne 

du Sagucnaj' ...... 3,750 00 

Riviere du Licvre 30,000 00 

River Nicolet 8,000 00 

Trois Pistoles— Pier 2,500 00 

Ste. Adelaide de Pabos (Little Pabos)— To complete 7,0(>0 00 

River St. Francis 5.000 00 

Riviere Ste. Anne de la Parade _ 2,000 00 

(Jrand Pabos — Removal of shoal -To complete 1,500 00 

Anse h. I'Eau or Tadousac Pier — To complete repairs 1,200 00 



$ cts. 
11,130,655 9S 



Carried forward 191,150 00 1,135,55000 11,130,65693 

147—30 



SCHEDULE B— Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward $191,150 00 

PUBLIC WORKS. 

(^Chargeable to Income.) — Continued. 

Harbors and Rivers — Continued. 

Quebec — Concluded. 

"Murray Bay, He aux Coudres, Les Eboulements — Repairs 

to piers, &c 1,500 00 

River Vamaska — Stone protection to dam, &c 2,50J 00 

Barachois de Malbaie and mouth of Newport River — To 

complete 2,000 00 

New Carlisle— To complete ^...■. 3,000 00 

Isle Verte Pier ;...» 4,000 00 

Sorel Ice Piers 2,500 00 

He Pcrrot 2,000 00 

River Cap de Chatte 300 00 

Three Rivers Pier— To complete 5,000 00 

Bale St. Paul Pier— Wing to pier 7,500 00 

Port Daniel— Addition to pier 4,500 00 

St. Simeon— Pier 5,000 00 

Rimouski Pier— Repairs 22,500 00 

Levis Graving Dock 4,000 00 

St. Laurent, Island of Orleans — Urgent works of renewal 

and repair 6,000 00 

Longue Poiute and Boucherville Ferry Route — Dredging. 2,000 00 

River Yamaska — Lock and dam 2,500 00 

Riviere L'Assomption 3,500 00. 

St. Timothee— Piers 2,500 00 

He Perrot— To complete 3,300 00 

Riviere des Prairies — Improvements at Poinie i\ la Car- 

ri6re,Ile Bizard and ite. Genevieve, Island of Montreal 4,300 00 

Pointe St. Pierre— Removal of reef.: 2,000 00 

Grande Riviere — Breakwater 7,500 00 

Ste. Anne des Mouts — To complete survey 500 00 

Longueuil Pier — Approach from the shore, to complete.... 6,000 00 

Petit Bonaventure 5,000 00 

Georgeville— Repairs, &c ; 2,000 00 

St. Michel de Bellechasse— Repairs 1,000 00 

River St. Maurice — West channel, mouth of river 4,000 00 

Pointe ;\ Valois— Wharf extension 3,000 00 

River Nicolet— To complete 3,000 00 

Boucherville Pier-Local authorities furnishing $1,000.... 2,000 00 

General repairs and improvements. Harbors and Rivers... 10,000 00 



Ontario. 

Cobourg Harbor— Lake Ontario 6,000 00 

Kincardine — Repairs 5,000 00 

Kingston Harbor — Lake Ontario 6,000 00 

Little Nation River — Removal of obstructions 4,000 00 

McGregor's Creek— To complete 2,250 00 

Owen Sound 15,000 00 

Port Elgin 3,000 00 

Port Hope— Repairs 2,500 00 

Portsmouth — Repairs to pier — To complete 1,000 00 

River Ottawa — Improvement of steamboat channel 

through Narrows of Petawawa, above Pembroke 3,000 00 

Heaford— The town having furnished $3,000— To complete 3,000 00 

Carried forward 378,300 00 ll,135,550 00 Jl, 130,655 93 



Amount. 



$ cts 
1,135,560 00 



TotaL 



$ cts. 
11,130,655 93 



SCHEDULE B— Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward 

PUBLIC WORKS. 

{Chargeable to Income) — Continued. 

Harboks and Rivbrs — Continued. 

Ontario— Concluded. 

Belleville — To complete harbor works, the local authori- 
ties protecting the island with cribwork to the extent 
of $6,000 

Kideau River— Dredging branch 

Collingwood Harbor — Works of improvement 

Torouto Harbor — Works at eastern entrance, the city of 
Toronto having to contril)nte $100,000 .'.... 

Penetanguishene Harbor Works, locality having furnished 
$10,000 .. 

General repairs and improvements, Harbors and Rivers... 

TLcssalon 

Little Current 

Rondeau Harbor Works — To pay F. B. McNamee & Co., 
contractors, in full settlement of their claim 

South'impton 

Midland Harbor — On condition that the local authorities 
will provide $10,000 

Wiarton — Breakwater 

lleaford — Harbor Works 

Beaver River — Dredging channel at outlet of river into 
Lake Simcoe and protecting banks — the local authori- 
ties of Beaverton contributing $2,000 

Manitoba. 
General repairs and improvements 



.$378,300 00 



North-West Territories. 
•eneral repairs and improrements 



4,000 00 
3,500 00 
5,000 00 

20,000 00 

5,0C0 00 
10.000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 

1,286 58 
7,000 00 

16.000 00 

10,000 00 

3,500 00 



2,000 00 



2,000 00 



4,000 00 



British Columbia. 

Co wichan River 1,000 00 

10,000 00 
10,000 00 
.OjOOO 00 
5.000 00 
300 00 
.'),000 00 
1,000 00 
6,0(>0 00 



Frascr River. 

do 

Nanaimo — Removal of Nicol Rock 

do do 

River Somass 

Columbia River — Improvements above Golden 

River Coquitlam 

Victoria Harbor — To complete removal of boulder shoal... 
Columbia River — Improvements between Revelstoke and 

Arrow Lake 6,000 00 

Skeena River — Removal of snags, &c 2,500 00 

General repairs and improvements 2,0oo OO 




$ Ctfi. 

1,135,550 00 



Carried forward 545,3t>G 58 '1,135,550 00 

147—32 



Total. 



$ cts. 
11,1.30,655 »3 



11,130,655 93 



SCHEDULE B— Continued. 



SERVICE. 



I 



Brought forward $545,386 68 

PUBLIC WORKS. 
{Chargeable to Income — Continued. 
Harbors and Riter3 — Concludes. 
Harbors and Rivers Generally. 
Harbors and rivers generally .< 6,000 00 



Dredging. 

New dredging plant $ 16,950 CO 

Dredge vessels — Repairs 31,500 0& 

Dredging — Nova Scotia ") 

do Prince Edvrard Island \ 40,600 00 

do New Brunswick J 

do Quebec and Ontario 1 40,000 00 

do Manitoba 15,000 00 

do British Columbia 16,000 00 

do General service 10,000 00 

For purchase of a barge 1,500 00 



Slides and Booms. 



Slides and booms. 



Roads and Bridges. 

Bridges, Ottawa City, over the River Ottawa, the Slides, 

the Rideau Canal and approaches thereto $ 8,300 00 

Aid towards the construction of a free bridge over the 

Old Man's River, at Fort Macleod 6,000 00 

Bridge across the Battle River at Batlleford— To complete 17,000 00 
Bridge over tlie Belly River, at Lethbridge, N.-W.T 12,000 00 

do do do To complete. 28,000 00 

Bridges on trail between Edmonton and Athabasca 

Landing 2,000 #0 

Bridge across the Bow River, near Calgary — Improving 

approaches, painting, &c 2,500 00 

New iron truss bridge, to replace the Union Suspension 

Bridge, Ottawa „ 35,000 00 



Amount. 



$ cts. 
1,135,550 00 



551,386 58 



Telegraph Lines. 

Land and cable telegraph lines for the sea coasts and islands of the 
Lower River and Gulf of St. Lawrence and the Maritime 
Provinces : — 

Land line on north shore of St. Lawrence, extension 

towards Pointe aux Esquimaux $ 5,000 00 

Land line on north shore of St. Lawrence extension 

to Pointe aux Esquimaux— To complete 5,000 00 

Submarine cable for connecting Brier and Long 
Islands with Digby, the Telephone Company of 
Nova Scotia agreeing to construct and maintain 
all the land lines required to establish an uninter- 
rupted telegraphic communication between those 
islands and the Town of Digby 2,000 00 



Carried forward 12,000 00 

147—33 



Total. 



$ ctt. 
11,130,655 93 



169,950 00 



15,000 00 



110,800 00 



1^982,686 58 11,130,655 99 



SCHEDULE B— Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward $12,000 00 

PUBLIC WORKS. 
i {Chargeable to Income.) — Concluded, 
j Telkgbaph Lines — Concluded. 

Telegraph Liqes, North-West Territories : — 

Line between Humboldt and Prince Albert, repoling — 

To complete 1,000 00 

Telephone line to connect the Police Headquarters, 

&c., ^ith the Banff Telephone Exchange. 300 00 

Clark's Crossing and Saskatchewan telephone line — 

RepoUng 1,000 00 

Telegraph Lines, British Columbia : — 

To connect Bonilla Point with Victoria, B.C. — Addi- 
tional amount required 4,000 00 

Experimental Farms. 

Experimental farms, buildings, fencing, &c 

Miscellaneous. 

Miscellaneous works not otherwise provided tor 10,000 00 

Surveys and inspections 15,000 00 

Arbitrations and awards 5,000 00 

National Art Gallery.. 1,000 00 

Surveys and plans of Government properties in connec- 
tion with Public W^orks 3,000 00 

To assist in the erection of a monument to Col. Williams 1,000 00 



MAIL SUBSIDIES AND STEAMSHIP SUBVENTIONS. 



Amount. 



$ cts. 
1,982,686 58 



Steam communication with the Magdalen Islands 

Steam communication between Grand Manan, N.B., and mainland 

Subsidy to a line of steamers to run between Liverpool or London, or 
both, and St John, N.B., and Halifax, N.S., a port in the Dominion 
to be the terminal port 

Subsidy to steamer between Campbellton and Gaspe, and intermediate 
ports 

Steam communication from Port Mulgrave, at the terminus of the 
Eastern Extension Railway, to East Bay, Cape Breton 

Steam communication between Port Mulgrave or Pictou Railway ter- 
minus and Chcticamp, touching at Port Hood, Mabou, Broad Cove 
Margaree and Cheticamj), the Local Government having granted 
a similar amount conditionally on a Dominion vote for the same 
service 

Steam communication between Prince Edward Island and the main- 
land 

Steam communication between St. John and Ports in Basin of Minas, 
Parrsboro', Maitland, Summerville, Hantsport, Avondale, Wind- 
sor, Kingsport, WoHVille, &c 

Steam communication between Canso, Arichat, Guysboro', Port Hood 
and Mabou, and such other places between above limits as are 
agreed upon, touching daily at Port Mulgrave, and also to pro- 
vide for continuance of service during winter, on the Port Mul- 
grave and Canso section 



Carried forward. 



18,300 00 
30,000 GO 



ToUl. 



$ cts. 
11,130,655 93 



35.000 00 



$10,000 00 
3,500 00 



25,000 00 

12,500 00 

4,500 00 

2,000 00 
5,000 00 

3,000 00 
4,000 00 



2,065,936 58 



147—84 



69,500 00 13,186,642 51 



SCHEDULE B— Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward 

MA[L SUBSIDIES AND STEAMSHIP SUBVENTIONS— ConcZwiei. 

Steam communication between Halifax and Newfoundland, vid Cape 

Breton, at $200 per trip, not to exceed $2,000 per annum 

Steam service between San Francisco and Victoria, B.C 

Steam communication between St. .John, Digbj' and Annapolis 

For a line of steamers to ply between the ports of Halifax and St 

John, N.B., or either, and the West Indies and South America, or 

either, 

Steam communication between the following ports : — 

New Westminster and Victoria 

Port Mulgrave and East Bay 

Halifax and St. John, via Yarmouth and Port Medway 

St. John, Digby and Annapolis. 



OCEAN AND RIVER SERVICE. 



Maintenance and repairs of Government Steamers 

To provide for the exHmination of Masters aod Mates 

Rewards for saving life and life-boat service _. 

To provide for investigations into wrecks, and collection of informa 

tion relating to disasters to shii)ping 

Canadian registration of shippins 

Montreal and Quebec River and Water Police 

Removal of obstructions in navigable rivers, including removal of 

wreck of steamer "Ottawa" in River St Lawrence 

Winter service, Prince Edward Island 

To provide a small steam launch for the use of the Indian Department 

in the waters of the Province of British Columbia 

LIGHTHOUSE AND COAST SERVICE. 



Salaries and allowances, &c., of Lighthouse Keepers 

Agencies, rents and contingencies 

Maintenance and repairs to lights, fog-whistles, buoys and beacons, 

and humane establishments > 

Completion and construction of light-houses and fog alarms 

Signal service.... 

To provide for a wharf arid shed at Victoria, British Columbia 



SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTIONS. 



Observatory, Toronto 

do Kingston 

do Montreal 

Grant for Meteorological Service, including instruments and cost of 
telegraphing weather warnings 

Increase of salary of Director from $2,400 to $2,600, including hie 
allowanee for house rent 



MARINE HOSPITALS AND SICK AND DISTRESSED SEAMEN. 



Marine and Immigration Hospital, Quebec ~, 

St. Catharines Hospital 

Kingston do 

Marine Hospitals in the Provinces of Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Bruns- 
wick, Prince Edward Island and British Columbia 

Shipwrecked and distressed seamen , 



parrie^ fofvrard. 



Amount. 



$ cts. 
69,500 00 



2,000 00 

17,640 00 

9,000 00 



60,000 00 

7,500 00 
2,000 00 
5,000 00 
2,500 09 



]:i7,nno ro 

6,000 00 
10,000 00 

1,000 00 

500 00 

25,000 00 

6,000 00 
5,000 00 

5,000 00 



185,400 00 
18,460 00 

287,000 00 

30,000 00 

6,000 00 

2,000 00 



5,250 00 
500 00 
500 00 

56^000 00 

100 00 



15,00000 
500 00 
500 00 

30,000 00 
5,000 00 



Total. 



$ cts. 
13,196,642 51 



175,140 00 



105,500 00 



528,860 00 



". 62,350 00 



^47—35 



51,000 00 
14,303,45)2 5^ 



gC^EDULE B— Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Broaght forward 

STEAMBOAT IXSPECTIOX. 



T« proride for expenses of steamboat inspection 

FISHERIES. 

Salaries and Disbursements of Fishery Overseers and Wardens : — 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick , 

Prince Edward Island 

British Columbia. 

Manitoba, Keewatin and North- West Territories 

Fiflh-brecdinc:, building fishways and clearing rivers 

To provide for legal and incidental expenses 

To provide for the cost, maintenance and repairs of fishery protection 

steamers and vessels 

Canadian Fisheries Exhibit 

To pay for services performed by persons in the Customs and Fisheries 

Departments, and other expenses in connection with the distribu 

tion of the fishing bounty and collection of statistics 

To meet cost of fitting up the lower story of Victoria Hall as a fish 

hatchery 



Amount. 



eta, 



20,000 00 

14,000 00 

18,000 00 

16,000 00 

3,500 00 

6,000 00 

3.000 00 

40,000 00 

2,000 00 

100,000 00 
1,500 00 



6,000 00 
1,500 00 



SUPERINTENDENCE OF INSURANCE. 
T« mett eipenfies in connection with this service 



GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. 



Geological Survey 

To pay Mr. James Fletcher for services in connection with the entomo- 
logical toUectiona in the Geological and Natural History Museum.. 

DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS. 

Ontario, Qchsbec akd the Maritime Provixces. 

Province of Quebec, relief of distress $ 4,200 00 

Pnrchase of blankets for Indians of Ontario and Quebec... 1,600 00 
For ladian schools in Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia and 

New Brunswick 22,197 50 

For payment of annuities under the Robinson Treaty 15,588 00 

To provide a salarv for Chief Angus Cook, of the fiibson 
Reserve, and Chief William McGregor, of Cape Cro- 

ker Band, $50 each 100 00 

Removal of the residue of the Lake of Two Mountain In- 
dians from Oka to Township of Gibson 4,977 20 

To provide for the survey of Indian reserves 1,723 22 

To provide travelling allowance for L. F. Boucher, Indian 
Superintendent, for the north shore of the River St. 

Lawrence. 400 00 

To enable the Department to pay A. Dingman for special 
services as one of the Commissioners in connection 
Tfith the settlement of Dundee Lands matter 220 00 

Carried forward 51,005 92 

147—36 



60,000 00 

100 on 



Total. 



$ cts. 
14,209,492 51 

23,000 00 



231,500 00 



6,000 00 



60,100 00 



14,530,092 51 



SCHEDULE B«-Co»/mMerf. 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward *. $ 51,005 92 

DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AYF AIRS— Continued. 

Ontario, Quebec and the Maritime Provinces — Concluded. 

To provide for the maintenance, at the Mount Elgin In- 
dustrial School, ilunceytown, of 15 additional pupils, 
at $60 

To enable the Department to complete the schoolhousc 
on the Spanish River Reserve 

And to provide a salary for a teacher 

To defray one-half the cost of erecting a new school at 
Becancour, Quebec, the estimated cost of thebuildingc 
beirg $250, of which the Abenakis of Becancour will 
contribute the remaining half. 

To enable the Department to relieve cases of distress 
among the lodians in Ontario who have no funds of 
their own..' 

To admit of the re-building of the pupils' playhouse be- 
longing to the Mount Elgin Institution, at Muncey- 
town, which was recently destroyed by fire. The 
sum available from insurance paid is $1,000. The 
new and enlarged building will cost $1,600, and the 
sum required is 

To aid in the maintenance of additional pupils at the 
Roman Catholic Orphanage at Fort William, Ont 

To enable the Department to pay the salary of the teacher 
of the girls' day school at Wikwemekong, Manitoulin 
Island 



900 00 



100 00 
200 00 



125 00 



300 00 



600 00 



200 00 



300 00 



Nova Scotia. 

Salaries. 1,075 00 

Reliet and seed grain ., 3,045 00 

Medical attendance and medicine 1,012 00 

Miscellaneous 75 00 

To provide a salary for an Indian Agent to be appointed 

in Shelburne County, N.S 50 00 



New Brunswick. 

Salaries $2,105 00 

Relief and seed grain 2,700 00 

Medical attendance f nd medicine 470 00 

Miscellaneous 100 00 

To increase the salary of Miss Martin, teacher of the 
Indian Day School on the St. Mary's Indian Reserve, 

from $200 to $250 a year 50 00 

To enable the Department to provide a larger supply of 
seed grain to Indians throughout New Brunswick 

generally 300 00 

To enable the Department to pay to the Rev. Mr. Barry, 

for services to Indians in Gloucester County '. 200 00 

And for similar services rendered by the Rev. Mr. Smith, 

at Restigouche 50 00 



Carried forward. 



Amount. 



53,730 92 



5,257 00 



5,975 00 



Total. 



$ CtB. 
14,530,092 51 



147—37 



64,962 92 14,530,092 51 



SCHEDULE B-Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward 

DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS— Continued. 
Prince Edward Island. 



Salaries 

Relief and seed grain 

Medical attendance and medicine. 
Miscellaneous 



5 500 00 

1,125 00 

300 00 

75 00 



Manitoba and NoBTH-WrsT Territories. 

Annuities $138,955 00 

Agricultural implements 15,054 00 

iSced grain 3,040 00 

Cattle and pigs 6,306 00 

Supplies for destitute, including prov'^iuns given at 
annuity payments and ammunition given to enable 

Indians to hunt 354,319 00 

Clothing— Triennial 3,514 00 

Schools— Day 57,286 00 

do Industrial 128,094 00 

Surveys 5,000 00 

Farming Instructors' wages 31,940 00 

Maintenance 24,369 00 

Sioux 4,165 00 

General expenses 152,486 00 

Agency buildings 11,218 00 

Grist and saw mills 5,400 00 

To replace the amount taken, in the main estimates, from 
the salaries to be paid to the Principals of the 
three Indian Industrial Schools at Qu'Appelle, High 

River and Baitleford 600 00 

A grant for the maintenance of 20 pupils at each of the 
three Presbyterian Boarding Schools, Cote's Reserve, 

Birtle and File Hills, equal to 60 at $60 3,600 00 

To aid in the erection of a schoolhouse on the Stony 
Indian Reserve for the Bands of Chiefs Bear's Paw 

and Cbiniquy 200 00 

For the purchase of two waggons for the Piegan Indiana 
to enable them to draw logs with which to rebuild 

their dwellings 196 00 

To provide a salary for the teacher of the Indian School 

at Oak River 300 00 

A grant to the Roman Catholic School at Lesser Slave 

Lake 200 00 

To provide fuel and light for the Indian Commissioner 

from 1st .July. 1889, to 30th June, 1890 300 00 

To complete the Industrial School buildings at St Paul, 

Manitoba 10,000 00 

To aid in the erection of a Grist Alill in the Prince Albert 

District 1,500 00 

For the maintenance of 30 pupils, at $60 each per annum, 
at Roman Catholic Boarding Schools which it is pro- 
posed to <stablisli on certain Reserves in the North- 
west Territories 1,800 00 

To provide for the education of 20 Indian children at 
$100 each, when admitted with the consent of the 
Department to Roman Catholic institutions at St. 
Boniface and Brandon 2,000 OO 



Carried forward 961,842 00 

14Y— 88 



Amount. 



Total. 



$ cts, 
64,962 92 



$ ct«. 
14,530,092 51 



2,000 00 



66,963 92 



14,530,092 51 



SCHEDULE B— Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Brought forward 

DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFF XIRS— Concluded. 
Manitoba and North- Wett Territories — Concluded. 

To provide for the maintenance of 10 pupils at $60 each 
per annum, under the care of the Roman Catholic 
Church in the Saskatchewan District 600 00 

To provide salary for an assistant teacher at theQu'Ap- 

pelle Industrial School 350 00 

Furtner aid towards the completion of e Chippewayan 
dictionary commenced by His Grace Archbishop 
Tache, and now being completed by the Rev. Father 
Legrott' 250 00 

To provide fishing nets, fishing twine and hooks for 
destitute Indians in the Mackenzie and Athabasca 
Districts 500 00 

To aid in the erection of a boarding school on the Piegan 
Reserve to accommodate 10 or 12 children, the total 
estimated cost to be from $1,800 to $2,000 400 00 

Amount required, over and above the amount already 
appropriated, to finish the Indian Industrial School 
at Regina 6,000 00 

British Columbia. 

For Indians of British Columbia generally 52,670 00 

For surveys 11.837 00 

For Reserve Commission 9,500 00 

For the erection of Indian Industrial Schools at Kam- 

loops, Kootenay and on Kuper Island 7.500 00 

To supplement the grant of $3,250 for maintenance of 25 
pupils, at $130 each, at the Metlakahtla Industrial 
School, by a sum which will enable the Department 

to pay the salary of a Principal $800 00 

Matron 400 00 

Cook 250 00 

Instructor of Trades 600 00 

Wages of two servants 400 00 

Additional rations for those employees 720 00 

3.170 00 



NORTH-WEST MOUNTED POLICE. 

Pay of Force 

Subsistence 

Forage 

Fuel and light 

Clothing 

Repairs, renewals, replacement of horses, arms and ammunition 

Medicines, medical comforts, and hospital expenses 

Books, stationery and printed forms 

Scouts, guides, billeting charges, travelling allowances, transport ot 

men and stores 

Contingencies 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

" Canada Gazette" 

Miscellaneous printing 

Carried forward 

147—39 



$ cts. 
66,962 92 



$ cts. 
14,530,092 51 



909,942 00 



84,677 00 



332,176 00 
91,250 00 
77,000 00 
35,000 00 
60,000 00 
50,000 00 
5,000 HO 
5,000 00 

60,000 00 
8,000 00 



6,000 00 
20,000 00 



1,121,581 92 



723,426 00 



26,000 00 16,375,100 43 



SCHEDULE B— Continued. 



SERVICE. 




Brought forward 

MISCELLANEOUS— Conc/wiei. 



Unforeseen expenses, expenditure thereof to be under Order in Council, 
and a detailed statement to be laid before Parliament within the 
first fiJ'teen days of the next session 

Commutation in lieu of remission of duties on articles imported for 
the use of the army and navy 

For the expenses of Government in the North-West Territories, 
including printing, roads, bridges, ferries, aid to schools, &c 

For the expenses of Government in the District of Keewatin 

To meet expenditure in connection with " The Canada Temperance 
Act" 

To compensate members of the North-West Mounted Police for injuries 
received in the discharge of duty 

Un account of expenditure in connection with surveys of Lakes 
Superior and Huron .'. 

To provide for the payment of Mr. Fabre's salary and contingencies 
of his office 

To meet costs of litigated matters 

To cover expenses of taking evidence concerning the Public Accounts, 
and reporting the same to the Auditor-General of Canada, under 
authority of section fifty-seven of "The Consolidated Revenue aud 
Audit Act" ; and to pay for legal advice to the Auditor-General, 
and assistance to him in estimating the value of printing for 
Returning Officers and others_ 

To meet payments to Extra Clerks for services rendered in prepara- 
tion of Returns ordered by Parliament 

Commercial Agencies _ 

Survey, construction of roads, bridges and other necessary works inj 
connection with the Hot Springs Reservation near Banflf Station, I 
North-West Territories l 

Academy of Arts I 

Collection of Orders in Council, Ac 

To assist in the publication of the proceedings of the Royal Society ....I 

Collection and classification of old records of the late Province of 
Canada „ I 

For salaries of Inspector, Registrar and Clerks, contingencies, &c., in 
the North-West Territories 

Grant towards meeting expenditure in connection with the meeting of 
the Mining Association 

For relief of distress among Half-breeds in Cumberland District, 
North-West Territories 

To defray the expenses of examining lands in the Canadian Pacific 
Railway belt which the Canadian Pacific Railway Company have 
proposed to class as lands not fairly fit for settlement 

Towards aiding in the publication of the sixth volume of " La Diction- 
naire Genealogique des Families Canadiennes" 

Plant required for Government Printing Office and for Government 
Binding 

To pay Dr. A. Jukes for medical services in connection with prisoners 
and lunatics confined in the guard-room at Regina, from Ist Jul v. 
1883, to 30th June, 1890, at $100 per annum .'. 

To aid in defraying the expenses in connection with the meeting of the 
American Association for the Advancement of Science 



$ cts. 
2C,U00 00 



Carried forward 



25,000 00 

2,000 00 

145,000 00 
5,000 00 

10,000 00 

2,000 00 

18,000 00 

3,500 00 
5,000 00 



500 00 

5,000 00 
10,000 00 



20,000 00 
2,000 00 
9,000 00 
5,000 00 

2,000 00 

15,160 00 

1,000 00 

500 00 

2.500 00 

1,000 00 

10,000 00 

700 00 
2,000 00 



$ Cts. 
16,375,100 43 



147—40 



327,860 00 
16,702.960 43 



SCHEDULE B— Continued. 



r 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward 

COLLECTION OF REVENUES. 

Cl'ST MS. 

Salaries and Contingent Expenses of the several Ports : — 

In the Province of Nova Scotia 112,555 00 

do New Brunswick 91.020 00 

do Prince Edward Islaiid 19,585 00 

do Quebec 221,645 00 

do Ontario 278,580 00 

■do Manitoba 33.200 00 

do North- West Territories 5,000 00 

do British Columbia 44,915 00 

Provinces Generally — To cover any unforeseen changes 

it may appear necessary to make in Staff 5,000 00 

Salary and Travelling Expenses of Inspectors of Ports, 

and travelling eipenses of other oflBcers on inspection 21,000 00 
Board of Customs and Outside Detective Service — To 
meet expenditure in connection therewith, including 
$800 salary of Commissioner of Customs as Chair- 
man of the Board 17,000 00 

Customs Laboratory — To meet expenditure in connection 
with the testing of sugars, &c., including pay of 

ofiBcers appointed or empUyed for that purpose 5,200 00 

Miscellaneous — Contingencies of head ofiBce, covering 
printing, stationery, newspapers, advertising, tele- 
graphing, locks, instruments, &c., for the several 

Ports of Entry 15,000 00 

To provide for the administration of the- Chinese Immi- 

§ ration Act, including remuneration to Customs 
fficers 2,000 00 

Excise. 

Salaries of Officers and Inspectors of Excise 270,801 25 

Preventive Service : 15,800 00 

To provide for increases dependent upon the result of 

Excise Examinations 2,000 00 

To provide for increase of pay of officers at large dis- 
tilleries and factories 5,000 00 

Travelling expenses, rent, fuel, stationery, &c., also 

stamps for imported and Canadian tobacco 70,000 00 

To pay Collectors of Customs, allowance on duties col- 
lected by them 3,600 00 

Commission to sellers of stamps for Canada twist 

tobacco 250 00 

To pay the widow of John McGovern, in his lifetime 
Messenger in the Hamilton Inland Revenue Office, a 
gratuity equal to two months' salary at the rate re- 
ceived by the deceased at the time of his death 80 60 

To increase the salaries ot special class Excisemen in 

charge of distilleries 1,800 00 

Special. 

To enable the Department to supply methylated spirits, 
Ac, to manufactories, the cost of which will be re- 
couped by the manufacturers to whom they are sup- 
plied 5,000 00 



Amount. 



$ cts. 



Carried forward. 



Total. 



$ cts. 
16,702,960 43 



871,700 00 



147—41 



374,231 25 



1,245,931 25 16,702,960 43 



SCHEDULE B— Continued. 



SERVICE. 




Total. 



Brought forward 

COLLECTION OF REVENUE— Con.-.n«<?i. 

CiLLixc. Timber. 

For salaries, fees, gratuities and contingencies of cullers at Montreal 
Quebec and Three Rivers 

Weights and Measures and Gas. 

Salaries of Inspectors and Assistant Inspectors of Weights 

and Measures $ 48,200 00 

Salaries of Inspectors of Gas 11,350 GO 

Rent, fuel, travelling expenses, postage, stationery, 4;c., 

for Weights and Measures 18,000 00 

Rent, fuel, travelling expenses, postage, stationery, &c., 

for Gas, including equipment of four new oflSces 9,000 00 

Salary of the Chief Inspector of Standards 2,000 00 

To pay the salaries of the following Assistant Inspectors 
of Weights and Measures : — 

Robert Magness 600 00 

W. J. McDonell 800 <'0 

Assistant Inspector at Pictou. N.S 50J 00 

To pay George H. Perks for expenses and loss of time in 

connection with inspection of gas at Port Hope 200 00 

Inspection of Staples. 

For the purchase and distribution of standards of flour, &c.* and other 
expenditure under the Act 

Al'L'LTERATlON OP FoOD. 

To meet Expenses under the Act 

Mi.NOR Revenues. 

Minor Revenues $ 800 00 

Ordnance Lands 3,200 00 

Railways. 

Repairs and Working Expenses. 

Intercolonial Railway $3,200,000 00 

Eastern Extension Railway 90,000 00 

Prince Edward Island Railway 205,000 00 

Windsor Branch Railway 24,000 00 

Canals. 

Maintenance and Hepairs. 

Repairs and working expenses $468,855 00 

Salariefl and contingencies of canal officers 39,986 00 

Carried forward 

127—42 



$ cts $ cts. 
1,245,93125 16,7«2,960 43 



20,000 00 



90,650 00 



3,000 00 



2.=), 000 00 



4,000 00 



3,519,000 00 



508,841 00 



5,416,422 25 j 16,702,960 43 



SCHEDULE '^—Continued. 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward 

COLLECTION OF REVENUE— Con^nMci. 



Public Works. 

Collection of slide and boom dues $ T,500 00 

Repairs and working expenses, Harbors and Slides, includ- 
ing River Yamaska Lock, and Levis and Esquimalt 

Graving Docks 105,773 00 

Telegraph line between Prince Edward Island and the 

mainland 2,000 00 

Land and cable telegraph lines of the sea coasts and 
islands of the Lower River and Gulf of St. Lawrence 
and Maritime Provinces, including cost of working 
steamer "Newfield" or other vessel when required 

for cable service 28,000 00 

Telegraph lines, North-West Territories 21,000 00 

Telegraph lines, British Columbia 6,500 00 

Telegraph and Signal Service generally 10,000 00 

Public Works Agency, British Columbia 5,300 00 

Additional amount required for repairs, &c., for telegraph 

lines, North-West Territories '. 2,000 00 

Post Offick. 

Ontario $1,366,110 00 

Quebec 650,030 00 

New Brunswick ; 232,780 00 

Nova Scotia 253,830 00 

Prince Edward Island 44,560 00 

British Columbia 137,420 00 

Manitoba and the North-West Territories 274,980 00 

To provide for an increase of salary to the Post OflBce 
Inspector at Halifax, Nova Scotia, he being entitled 

to the same under the Civil Service Act 200 00 

To provide for one additional second class clerk in the 

Post Office inspector's office at Halifax, Nova Scotia... 900 00 

To provide for four additional second class railway mail 
clerks in the Nova Scotia Postal Division, at $720 

each ~ 2,880 00 

To provide for 13 additional letter carriers in the Toronto 

Post Office, at$3ti0each 4,680 00 

Amount required for mail service over the Canadian 
Pacific Railway in consequence of advance in rates 
over the main line for the year ending 30th June, 1890, 
being difference between 8c. and 12c. per mile, to be 
distributed as follows : — 

Ontario $30,000 

Quebec 3,100 

Manitoba , 32,200 

British Columbia 16,200 

81,500 00 

Compensation to Alphonse LeGresley, mail contractor 
between Gaspe Basin and Perce, for loss of horse and 
vehicle which broke through the ice while crossing 
the river near Douglastown, on the 9th January last, 
his brother, the courier, losing his life at the same 
time 200 00 




Carried forward. 



147—43 



$ Ct3. $ CtS. 

5,416,422 25 16,702,960 '43 



188,075 00 



3,050,070 00 



8,654,567 25 16,702,960 43 



SCHEDULE V>— Concluded. 



SERVICE. 



Brought forward 

COLLECTION OF REVENL'i:— Conc/Miei. 

Dominion Lands. 

Commissioner's salary 5,000 00 

Saperintendent of mines' salary 3,200 00 

Inspector of agencies' salary 2,200 00 

Secretary's salary 2,000 00 

Assistant secretary's salary 1,500 CO 

Seven homestead inspectors' salaries 8,400 00 

Dominion lands ageats' salaries 19,200 00 

Crown timber do 5,600 00 

Salary of Inspector of ranches 600 00 

Forestry commissioner's salary 2,000 00 

Dominion lands agent's salary, New Westminister 2,800 00 

Crown timber agent's salary, New "Westminister 1,600 00 

Salaries of clerks in outside service, forest rangers and 

land guide service 46,818 25 

Travelling expenses of inspector of agencies, superinten- 
dent of mines, homestead inspectors and forestry com- 
missioner ; contingencies of superintendent of mines, 
land board, Dominion lands and Crown timber agents, 
inspector of ranches, and at head ofiBce, special 
service account, stationery and printing and half- 48,830 00 

breed claims, commission expenses 

Payment of members of the Board of Examiners of 
Dominion Land Surveyors — (Authority is hereby 
given for payment out of this vote of such sums as 
are required to pay for the services of members of 
the Board who are also members of the Civil Service) 1,000 00 

Salaries of extra clerks at head oflBce, Ottawa 1 35 qqq qq 

Advertising, copying, Ac j ' 

DOMINION LANDS. 
{^Chargeable to Capital.) 

Surveys, examination of survey returns, printing of plans, &c 

Total 



Amount. 



$ cts. 
1,654,567 25 



185,748 25 



TotaL 



$ cts. 
16,702,960 43 



8,840,315 50 



100,000 00 
25,643,275 93 



147—44 



FURTHER SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES 



OF CANADA FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 30th 

JUNE, 1890. 



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Public Buildings. 










Ontario. 








1 


For purchase of a ho ise and premises as quarters tor the 
Commandant of the Royal Military College, at 
Kingston 




12,500 00 






MISCELLANEOUS. 








3 


To aid in defraying the expenses in connection with the 
meeting of the American Association for the ad- 
vancement of Science 




2,000 00 









14,500 00 











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