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Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers 



A. 1917 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX 



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SESSIONAL PAPERS 



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PARLIAMENT OF CANADA 



SEVENTH SESSION, TWELFTH PARLIAMENT, 1917. 



A 

Acadia Coal Co., documents re Concilli- 
ation Board to employees of 1916.. .. 102 

Adertising of Canadian Products by 

sample goods in France 205a 

" Agricultural Instruction Act " — Report 

on , 15c 

Agriculture, Report of Minister of year 

191-6 15 

Agriculture, Dept. of, numbers of em- 
ployees in from 1911 to 1917, etc.. .. 138fir 

Agriculture, total expenditure in, by Gov- 
ernment in each of years from 1904-5, 
1916-17, etc 222 

Aliens, number of interned, nationality of 
each on Public Works since 1914.. .. 141 

Americans, number in Canadian Regi- 
ments since 1914 143a 

Ammunition, Order in Council re rules re- 
specting employees near wharves. . . . 43b 

Arbitration Boards, applications made to 
Labour Dept. for, by workmen of N.S. 148 

Armstrong, S. A., appointment of, as 
Director of Military Hospitals Com- 
mission 115 

Auditor General's Report, Vols. I, II, III 
and IV, 1916 1 

B 

Battalion, 210th. respecting the locating 
of, at Regina and Moosejaw 270 

Baugh, Edward Levi, re release of, from 
Penitentiary 219 

Beam Trawlers of U. S., re privileges 
granted to respecting ports in U. S. .. 266 

27360—1 



Beaver Harbour Wharf, Halifax Co., re 
repairs, etc., to in last four years.. .. 119 

Boards of Conciliation, Industrial Dis- 
putes Act, etc., 1916 36a 

Bonds and Securities, detailed statement 
of, 1916' 63 

Breakwater, re repairs on at Souris, 

P.E.I., years 1915 and 1916 127 

Breakwater at Breen's Point, Co. of Anti- 

gonish, N.S., since 1911 128 

Breakwater at Souris, P.E.I., correspond- 
ence re 1915-16 200 

British Isles, natives of, number of en- 
rolled in Canadian Regiments since 
1914 143a 

British Columbia, correspondence with 
Government of, with Dept. of Marine 
and Fisheries in B.C 209 

British Columbia, between Imperial Gov- 
ernment and re validation of certain 
Acts of 214 

British Columbia, Hydrometric Survey 

1915 25e 

British Columbia, correspondence with 
Imperial Government, re validation 

Acts of Legislature of 214 

Buildings and offlcec, number of rented 
by Government, in Ottawa years, 1914- 

15-16-17, etc 265 

Bulls, thoroughbred sent to Co. of Dor- 
chester, etc., Quebec 255 

By-elections, year, 1916 18 



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A. 1917 



Canadian 
on. Gen. 

Canadian 
on. Col. 

Canadian 



Army Medical Service, report 

Baptie 90r 

Army Medical Service, report 

Bruce 90 

Railways, correspondence re 
Commission respecting condition of, 

names of Commissioners 7S 

Canadian War Records Office, London, 

England, report of, to 1917 61 

Canadian Manufacturers Association, cor- 
respondence with, re supplies for the 

front 159 

Canadian Northern Railway, Order in 

Council, re 4-5 George V, chap. 20, 8-15 185 
Canadian War Records Office, report re 
from date of foundation to January 

1917 61 

Canadian ships, re requisitioning of, by 

Government 225 

Canadian Northern Railway System, copy 

financial statements re 237 

Canadian Northern Railway System, copy 
statements re advances made to by 

Government, etc 237b 

Canadian Northern Railway System, copy 
of Mortgage Deed of Trust to Domin- 
ion Government 237a 

Canadian Expeditionary Force, number 
of officers and men classed as unfit for 

service, etc 261 

Canadian Biology 1915-1916 38a 

Canadian Government Railways: — 

Return re lands sold by, from October 

1915, to September 30, 1916 68 

Canals Statistics, 1916 20a 

Census Statistics of male population, 

ages of 20 and 45 194 

Census Statistics re strength of Canadian 
Units in England, also in France, St. 

Lucia, etc 143c 

Censors, Decoders,' etc., names, addresses, 

etc., of 93 

Censors, Decoders, etc., names, addresses, 
at Hazel Hill and Canso, N.S., 1916, 

amount expended, 1916 136 

Civil Service : — 

Number of permanent employees in 

Department of Finance, 1911 138c 

Number of permanent employees in 

Department of Finance, up to 1917.. 138c 
Number of permanent and temporary 
employees in Department of Indian 

Affairs 13S; 

List of Canada, year 1916 30 

Number of permanent employees in, in 

1911 — No. of added since 138r 

Number of permanent employees in 
Department of Marine and Fisheries, 
No. added since L3SI 



Number of permanent employees in 
Department of Naval Affairs, No. 
added since 138a 

Civil Service Insurance Act, 1916, state- 
ment respecting 57 

:ivll Service, statement re superannu- 
ation and retiring allowances, 1916.. 56 

Civil Service, number of employees per- 
manently in the Department of Militia 
and Defence in 1911 and 1917, etc.. 133 

Civil Service, re pay to members of. in 

military service of Canada 188 

livil Service Commission, report of 1916. 31 

Civil Service, number of, etc., Department 

of Justice 138d 

Doal cargoes, report of Commission to 
inquire into conditions re delivery cf . . 142 

Coal operations. Order in Council appoint- 
ing Director of. for B.C 212 

Coal re District No. 18 of Alberta, docu- 
ments, etc., B.C. coal operators associ- 
ation 212a 

Cold Storage Companies in Canada, re 
price and amount of commodities sold 
by 210 

Commission of Conservation, report of . . 73 

Commissions concerning soldiers re pen- 
sions, hospitals, etc., created since war. 236 

Commissioner of Live Stock, province of 
Saskatchewan, names of persons em- 
ployed with 252 

Commissions, date and object of all ap- 
pointed since 1911, to date 161 

Conductors, brakemen, drivers and fire- 
men, number of, on Canadian Govern- 
ment Railways, between Moncton and 
Campbellton 156 

Conservation, Commission -of, Report of. 
for year 1917 264 

Cost of living, Report of W. F. O'Connor. 

Commissioner relating to 210a 

Customs duties, refund of. etc., statement 
re 75 

Customs, report of department of year 

1916 11 

Documents re Conciliation Board relat- 
ing to employees at Pictou. N.S.. 104 
List of all empJoyees in 1916. in round 

house at Pirate Harbour, N.S 101 

Number of persons appointed to, from 
January 1916, to March 31, 1917.. 175 

Criminal Statistics for the year 1915.. ,, 17 

D 

>-iii'v and cold storage commissioner, re- 
port of, year 1916 ISa 

Davidson, Sir Charles — 

Reportof, as Commissioner, evidence 
taken before, re war expenditures ; 
also report of, re small arms ammu- 
nition : purchase of submarines and 



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D 

military cloth (Auburn Woolen Mills 

Co.) 60 

Davies, William Company, Ltd., and Mat- 
thews-Blackwell, Ltd., Order in Council, 

reinvestigation 210b 

Defence of Canada, order 1917 197 

" Destructive Insect and Pest Act," regu- 

ations under 58 

Dismissals : — 

Mr. H. D. McKenzie of Stellarton, N.S. . 79 

Frank Dunlop, of Sydney Mines 95 

Mr. Spenny, trackmaster on short line, 

Canadian Government Railway, etc. 153 
L§on Roy, as Interpreter to Department 

of Interior 154 

D. McDermid, superintendent of Fish 

Hatchery, N.S 165 

Moses H. Nickerson, Inspector of Life 

Saving stations, N.S 167 

Augustin D. Lauteigne, postmaster of 

Island River, Gloucester Co., N.B. . 178 
John R. Mcintosh, postmaster, Cum- 

ming's Mountain, etc., N.S 180 

John McDonald, janitor of Public build- 
ing, Inverness, N.S 198 

Hector Urquhart, Cape Breton Co., N.S., 

appointment of successor 201 

Divorces, number of, granted in Canada 

by Parliament since 1867 98 

Dominion Lands, Orders in Council re 
management of, in 40 mile railway belt, 

B.C 67 

Dominion Lands, Orders in Council re 

"Railway Water Belt Act," 1916.. .. 66 
Dominion Lands, Orders in Council re 

" Forest Reserves and Park Act," 1916. 65 
Dominion Lands, Orders in Council re 

"Dominion Lands Act," 1916 69 

Dominion Lands, Orders in Council re 

"Dominion Lands Survey Act," 1916.. 64 
Dominion Police Force, account of, etc., 

1916 59 

Doukhobours, re exemption from Military 

service of 224 

Dredging.: — 

Relating to work done at Ste. Anne de 
Bellevue, Pointe Fortune, Ottawa 

river, etc 123 

Dredging at wharf at Isle Perrot, north 
and south, Dorion Bay channel, Vau- 

dreuil, etc 123a 

Dredging at Margaree Harbour, N.S,. 

during 1913, 1914, 1915 and 1916.. .. 134 
Dredging at Ste. Anne de Bellevue, Pointe 

Fortune, Ottawa Rivers, etc 241 

Duchemin, H. P., Commissioner, re 

amount paid to 181 

Duties, re payment of, on account of 
claims against certain provinces, by 
Minister of Justice 229 

27360— 1£ ; 



Employees, number of, in Departments of 
Labour, Interior, Public Works, etc. .. 217 

Employees, names, salaries, etc., of, volun- 
teering from Department of Interior 
and Indian Affairs 220 

Enlistment of men for overseas service, 
number of, etc 143a 

Estimates, year ending March 31, 1918.. 3 

Estimates, supplementary, year ending 

March 31, 1917 4 

Estimates, supplementary, year ending 

March 31, 1918 5 

Exchequer Court, Copy of New Rule re 
practice and procedure in 100 

Exchequer Court, Proceedings of re 
Indians on Sydney, N.S. Reserve.. .. 157 

Exchequer Court, Proceedings re Quebec 
and Saguenay Railway, Quebec and 
Montmorency Railway, and Lotbiniere 
Megantic 48a 

Exchequer Court, Copy of Rule 200 of, 

re procedure 100a 

Exhibition Train, correspondence re or- 
ganization of, in France 205 

Experimental Farms, Report of Director 
and Officers of, 1916.. . ._ 16 

Exports in different commodities, amount 
of, for first nine months of present 
fiscal year ig6 

Express Statistics of Canada, year 1916 20e 

Extension of Parliamentary term, etc., 
corresj ondence re 74 

Extension of Parliamentary ^crrn, etc., 

further correspondence, re 74a 

External Affairs, Report of Secretary of 
State for 1917 33 



First Contingent, Nq. of Battalions of 
leaving Canada, etc 213 

Fishing in the tidal waters of province 

of Quebec, relating to 251 

Fish, dried, wine, etc., trade in between 
Portugal and Canada 97 

Fish, scrap, names and P. O. addresses of 
purchasers of, from works at Canso, 
1916 116 

Fisher, Ward, Inspector of Fisheries, 
Western N.S., re disbursements of, 
1912-1913 20S 

Food Controller for Canada, Order in 

Council, re appointment of 192a 

Fuel Controller for Canada, Order in 
Council, relating to 192 

Furloughs granted to men after enlist- 
ment for harvesting purposes 107 



leographic Board, Report of, for year 
1916 25d 



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G 

German nationality, number of persons 

of, employed in Departments of Service, ' 

etc 176 

Giard, ex-M.P.P. for Compton, re employ- 
ment of, by Government 223 

Governor General's Warrants, on account 
of years 1916-1917 49 

Governor General's Warrants, issued 
since adjournment of Parliament, 
February 1917 49a 

Grain Commission, re report from, to 

Department of Trade and Commerce. 184 

Grain Supervisors, Board of, Order in 
Council, respecting 193 

Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, quantity 
of freight carried over, between L£v;s 
and Moncton.. 80 

Gravel, Mr. Alfred, re appointment of, 
etc., as Harbour Commissioner of Que- 
bec 71 

Grazing Leases, documents relating to.. 112 

"Grilse," H.M.C.S. re inquiry into 
damages sustained by 164 

H 

Halifax and Eastern Railway, naming of 
Stations on 150 

Halifax Herald, Evening Mail, and Royal 
Print and Lithographing Co., Halifax. 257 

Hansard Translation Staff, correspond- 
ence with Chief of, 1917 215 

Harbour improvements at Tracadie, Co. 

of Antigonish, N.S., 1916 126 

Harrigan Cove Wharf, Halifax Co., re- 
pairs, etc., to, in 1914-1915 120 

Harvesting furloughs granted to men after 
enlistment, etc 107 

High Commissioner's Office, names of 
staff, etc 96 

Horses for war purposes bought in 
Canada 92 

Hydrometric Survey of British Colum- 
bia 1915 25e 

Hydrometric Survey of Manitoba 1915.. 25/ 

Hydrometric Surveys (Stream Measure- 
ments), Report of 1915 25c 

I 

Immigration Service in city of Montreal, 
No. of persons, etc., employed in.. .. 83 

Immigration Service and Land settlement, 
correspondence between Federal Gov- 
ernment and provinces, re S2 

Immigration of Supt. of, re advertising in 
United States newspapers for farm 
hands 113 

Imperial War Conference, papers, re, 

1917 42a 

Imperial War Conference, extracts from 

Minutes of 4 2a 



I 

Indian Affairs, Report of Department of, 
year ended March 31, 1916 27 

Inland Revenues, Reports, Returns and 
Statistics of, year ended March 31, 
1916 12, 13, 14 

Insurance, Report of Superintendent of, 
year 1916 8 

'insurance Coys. Abstract statement of, 

year 1916 9 

Interior Department, number of clerks, 
etc., belonging to inside service, paid 
from outside service 81 

Interior Department, Annual Report of, 
year ending March 31, 1916 25 

Inverness Harbour, N.S., re opening of. . 248 

J 

Jones, C. G., Surgeon-General, Interim 

Report of, on Army Medical Service.. 90b 

Judges, Province of Quebec, travelling 
expenses of, etc 174 

K 

Kelly, Thos , re treatment of, in Stony 

Mountain Prison 145 

King's Regulations and Orders for the 
Army . 195 

King and Wallace Shipyards, Ltd, re 
contract for delivery of wooden auxi- 
liary ship 2C7 

Kitsilano Indian Reserve Report on.. .. So 

L 

Labour report of, for year ending March 
31, 1916 36 

Lambert, Hyppolite, re cancellation of 
mail contract to 182 

Lamond and Harrison, re contract for 
construction of one wooden auxiliary 
ship 2C7 

Lebel, Polydore, re suspension of, as engi- 
neer on Intercolonial Railway, in 1916. 152 

Le Blanc, Maurice, Department of Public 
Works, Co. of Bonaventure, re travel- 
ling expenses of 240 

Librarians of Parliament, Report of Joint 
do 40 

Liquor, Return re amount of, brought 
into Canadian Territories, 1916.. .... 147 

List of shipping of Dominion of Canada 
to 1915 C2 

List of shareholders in Chartered Banks 
on December 31, 1915 6 

Local Tribunals, Copy of "Gazette," 12th 
September, containing list of 270 

Luceville Station, I.C.Ry., re changing of 
name of Saint Luce, to 11 J 

Lyall & Sons, re contract of, between 
Government and, for rebuilding Parlia- 
ment Buildings 105 



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A. 1!U7 



M 

Mails : — 

Contract to J. C. Shields and others for 
carrying mails from Ashcroft to Fort 

George, B.C 139 

Documents re contract from Tatama- 

gouche to New Annan, N.S 99 

Documents re contract between Grand 

River and Fourchu, N.S 231 

Rural routes established in Qu'Appelle 
since January 1916, also date of . . . . 272 
Mail route, change in Margaree-Inver- 
ness, to other points 273 

Male persons, regulations re departure of, 
from Canada, Order in Council re. . . . 162 

Manitoba Hydrometric Survey, 1915.. .. 25/ 

Manitoba Legislature Act passed by, 
amending the "Jury Act" 140 

Manual of Military Law, 1914 196 

Margaree Harbour, pier at 246 

Margaree Harbour, breakwater at 246o 

Marine and Fisheries, Report of, years 

1915-1916 21 

Marine Agency at Pictou, N.S., re closing 
of, etc., in 1916' 91 

Marine and Fisheries, supplement to Re- 
port of, (Steamboat Inspection) .... 23 

Members of Parliament, names of, belong- 
ing to overseas forces, etc 109 

Members of Parliament, names of, belong- 
ing to overseas forces, supplementary. 109< 

Members of Parliament, names and num- 
ber of, serving with forces 1 09 i 

Members of Parliament, names, supple- 
mentary 109c 

Members of House of Commons, names of, 
serving or have served with Canadian 
army 109 

Members of House of Commons, names of 
serving or have served with Canadian 
army 109< 

Members of House of Commons, names of, 

number of, date of appointment, etc.. 109! 

Members of House of Commons, serving 

or have served in Canadian army.. .. 109( 

Merchandise, re quantity of, exported into 
foreign countries since August 1, 1914, 
etc 207 

Military Hospital at Halifax, Report of 
Commission respecting 170 

Military Hospitals Commission, Report of 
work of, to date 1917 15S 

Militia Council, Report of, year ending 
March, 31, 1916 35 

Militia General Orders promulgated to, 
1915 to 1917* 94 

Militia and Defence, ex-Minister of, cor- 
respondence between Premier and. . . . 160 

Militia, Department of, re amount spent 
advertising for recruits in Canada. . . . 171 



M 

Military Staff, North Vancouver, names, 
duties, salaries, etc 235 

Military Division No. 6, Halifax, names, 

occupation, salaries, etc 2350 

Military Service Council, Order in Council, 
appointing to assist administration of 
Military Service Act 269 

Mines Branch, Department of Mines, Re- 
port of 1915 26a 

Mines Department, Geological Survey, 
Report 26 

Miscellaneous Unforeseen Expenses, state- 
ment re, from 1916 to 1917 51 

Mc 

McCuaig, Clarence J., correspondence be- 
tween Department Militia, and first 
purchasing committee 263 

McFarlane, Dan, re claim of, against De- 
partment of Railways, 1917 151 

McKee, A. J., and T. J. Drummond, The, 
vessels 149 

McLeod, Sir Ezekiel, Hon. Louis Tellier, 
Report of re Hon. Robert Rogers.. .. 230 

N 

National Battlefields Commission, State- 
ments re Receipts and Expenditures.. 55 

National Service Board of Canada, Orders 
in Council, re establishment of 46 

Naturalization, certificates of, to Alien 
enemies, Order in Council, recommend- 
ing 275 

Naval Service: — 

Amendments to regulations, re pay, 
allowances, and pensions to invalided 
men from Naval Service 4.33 

Canadian Biology, 1915-1916 38a 

Copies of Orders in Council re super- 
annuation of Blair Kent in Naval Ser- 
vice Department, also command 
money ; Hardlying money ; establish- 
ing rates of pensions ; regulations 
for enrollment of men in volunteer 
Naval Reserve, and order made 
under War Measures Act re persons 
of enemy landing in Canada.. .. 43 

Copy Order in Council, re payment and 
Specialist allowances to overseas 
division 43d 

Extract from Order in Council, re 
Regulations respecting Separation 
Allowance payment 43a 

Extract Order in Council, No. 1783, 

re pay, allowances and pensions. . 43e 

Extract Order in Council, No. 1'871, 

re pay, allowances and pensions. . 43e 

Radiotelegraph regulations, copy of 

amendment to 506 



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A. 1917 



N 

Regulations re rank of Chief Skipper 
in 

Regulations re persons on stores, 
wharves, etc., on which ammunition 
is handled, Order in Council re- 
specting 

Regulations re pay and allowances 
to men after discharge, Order in 
Council respecting 

Report of Department of, for year end- 
ing 1916 

Report of Fisheries Branch of Naval 
Service, 1915-1916 

Report of Department of year 1916.. 

Travelling allowances, Officers and 
men of, also allowances re lodging, 
etc 

Defence of Canada, order, Order in 

Council re 

News print paper, Order in Council, re 

exportation, price, sale, transport, and 

control of 

Newspapers, " Le Canada," " La Presse," 

" La Patrie," " Le Pays," " La Vigie," 

and " La Soleil," amounts 

O 

O'Connor, Commissioner, re cost of living, 

Reports of, re sugar 

O'Connor, Commissioner, re cost of living, 

Reports of, re Anthracite coal 

O'Connor, Commissioner, re cost of living, 
cold storage conditions in Canada.. 

Okanagan Telephone Coy 

Oliver equipment 

Overseas Forces, re number of appli- 
cants rejected on account of physical 

unfitness, etc 

Overseas Forces, number of men enlisted 
for, number since discharged, and where. 
Orders In Council, Copies of : — 

Re appointment of Parliamentary 
Under Secretary of State for Exter- 
nal Affairs 

Re appointment of Parliamentary Secre- 
tary, Department Militia and De- 
fence 

Re appointment Minister of Overseas 
Military Forces from Canada in 

United Kingdom 

Respecting, wheat flour, and Semolina 
imported into Canada free of duty.. 
Ottawa Improvement Commission, Re- 
ceipts and Expenditures, 1916 

P 

Parliament Buildings, re claims of losses 
by fire at, 1916 

Parliamentary National Service Commis- 
sion, correspondence re 

Parliamentary term, War extension of.. 



43c 



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43j 

38 

39 
38 



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45/t 



114 



216 



189 

190 

210« 

249 

108 



113 



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41 



41 



41 



106 



53 



258 

SS 

74 



Patriotic Fund, amounts subscribed and 
voted, amounts by provinces, counties, 

etc 110« 

Patriotic Fund, amounts paid into, pro- 
mised, etc 110 

Patenaude, Hon. E. L., Letter of, to 

Prime Minister re resignation 206 

Pearson's post office, Nipissing, change 

of location of 179 

Penitentiaries, Report of Minister of Jus- 
tice, year 1916 34 

Pension Regulations, copies of Order in 

Council respecting 168 

Pensions of officers or dependents, re ex- 
change of, between Imperial and Can- 
adian Governments 16So 

Pensions and separation allowances, offi- 
cers, warrant officers, etc 238 

Pier at Margaree Harbour, N.S 246 

Postmaster General, Report of year ended 

March 31, 1916 24 

Post Office, Canard and Splitlog, petitions, 

etc.. re 89 

Post Office, Pearson's re removal of, etc. 179 
Post Office, Department, number in paid 
from outside service, names, salary, 

etc.. 227 

Printing of Parliament, Reports of re 

economy in printing- public documents. 183 
Proprietary or Patent Medicine Act, re 
petitions for repeal of, from Physicians, 

etc 259 

Public Accounts of Canada, year ended 

March 31, 1916 2 

Public Works, Report of Minister of 

year ended March 31, 1916 19 

Public Works, expenditures made by, 
since 1916 in different provinces of 

Canada, etc 130 

Public Printing and Stationery, 1916.. 32 

Q 

Quebec and Saguenay Ry. Co., Quebec 
Railway, Light and Power Co.. Lot- 
biniSre and Megantic Railway Co., and 
Quebec Railway, Light, Heat and Power 
Co., copy of agreement between Gov- 
ernment and 48 

Quebec and Saguenay Railway Co., etc.. 

Exchequer Court proceedings, re.. .. 48a 

Quebec and Saguenay Railway Co., Judg- 
ment by court fixing price paid for. etc. 4Sb 

Quebec City Board of Trade, correspon- 
dence between, and Premier re Report 
of Commission on Railways 239 

R 

Radiotelegraph Regulations, Amend- 
ments to, since 1914 50 

;uliotelegraph Regulations, Amendments 
to re ship stations within Canadian har- 
bours 50a 



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A. 1917 



R 

Railway Commissioners, Report of Board 

of year 1916 

Railway Transport Commission, Report of 

1917 

Railway Subsidies, amounts expended in 
Canada years, 1912, 1913, 1914, and 

1915 

Railway Employees' Magazine, re estab- 
lishment of, etc 

Railways and Canals, Report of Depart- 
ment of year 1916 

Railway Statistics 1916 J .. .. 

Rails taken up on G.T.P. Railway.. .. 
Rails, sent to France for use of, in war. 
Recruiting Officers, chief, or special, names 
and rank of, since beginning of war. . 
Recruiting in P. E. Island, names, ad- 
dresses, etc., of parties engaged therein. 
Recruiting Officers, names and number of 
appointed in Province of Quebec, etc. 
Recruiting of soldiers for overseas ser- 
vice, statistics re 

Refund of Customs duties, etc., state- 
ment re 

Refund of Tolls or duties from Depart- 
ment of Marine and Fisheries 1916'. . 
Registrars for purposes of Military Ser- 
vice Act, Order in Council, appointing 

to Provinces of Canada 

Returned Soldiers, correspondence re be- 
tween Federal and Provincial Govern- 
ments 

Returned Soldiers, Order in Council re 
preference in appointments to Civil 

Service 

Returned soldiers, number of, receiving 
employment from the Government.. .. 
Rogers, Hon. Robert, McLeod-Tellier, Re- 
port, re 

Rogers evidence, exhibits, connected with 
McLeod-Tellier, Report concerning. . . . 
Rogers, Hon. Robt, correspondence be- 
tween, and the Premier of Canada, re 

resignation 

Roseberg, P. O. correspondence, re change 

of location of 

Ross Rifle, Papers re withdrawal of, from 

service 

Ross Rifle, Order in Council, re taking 

over of, by Government of Canada. . 

Ross, Sir Charles, Copy of contracts, etc. 

Ross Rifle, date, and number of last 

ordered, recommendation for. etc.. 
Roy, Leon, appointment of. as interpreter 
Department of Interior, and also dis- 
missal 

Royal Canadian Navy, re allowance to 
accountant officers in receiving ships. . 



121 
155 

20 

2o; 

146c, 
146 

233 

22Cr 

226 

113? 
75 



277 

86 

163 
218 
230 
230.- 

260 

177 

4 4 

111 
137 

234 

154 
77 



Royal North West Mounted Police, cancel- 
lation of agreements between Govern- 
ments of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and 
20p Alberta, re services in those provinces. 

Royal North West Mounted Police, re ter- 
minations of agreements between Gov- 
ernment of Canada and Provincial 
Governments 

Royal North West Mounted Police, Report 
of year 1916 

Royal Society of Canada, statements of 
receipts and expenditures, 1916.. .. 

S 

Salmon Nets, correspondence re removal 
of, from parts of coast of Inverness 
Co.. 

Salt, correspondence re supply of, for 
fisheries of Maritime Provinces 

iealers of B.C., documents re claims of, 
under last treaty with United States.. 

Secretary of State, Report of year 1916. 

leed Commissioner, Order in Council, 
appointing, and authorizing purchase of 
seed wheat, etc 

-Seizure of certain fishing boats, tackle, 
etc., Straits of Northumberland, 1916 

Sevigny, Hon. Albert, correspondence 
between, and Sergeant-at-Arms. . 

Seventy-eighth Highlanders of N.S., 
name and rank of officers In 1914.. 

Shields, J. C, Inland Express Co., con- 
tract for carrying mails from Ashcroft 
to Fort George, B.C 

•Ship Harbour Lake, N.S., re sale of tim- 
ber from, to Mr. Andrew Webber. . 

-ockeye Salmon, papers re prohibition of 
export of, from B.C 

Soldiers, alleged maltreating of, in 
Quebec, evidence collected re.. 

Southern Slav Committee, memo, prel 
sented by, re aspirations, claims, etc of 
Slavs 

State and Mines, Departments, number of 
employees in from 1911 to 1917, inclu- 
sive 

Statute passed by Manitoba, intituled: 
" An Act to amend the Jury Act," 
Papers, re 

Stenographic reporting for different com- 
missions, amount paid for 

Stenographic reporting for different com- 
missions, amount paid for. . 

Stoning of Troop trains, Report of Com- 
mission of inquiry 

Storm Signals, re appointment of a man 
in charge of. at Grand Etang and Mar- 
garee Harbour 

Sydney Daily Post, newspaper, re amounts 
paid to by Government since 1911.. 



70 

70a 

28 

64 



169 

211 

268 
29 

144 
253 
187 
262 

139 
84 
72 

173 

228 

138ft 

140 
203 
203a 
172 

271 

256 



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Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers 



A. 1917 



Tait, Sir Thomas, correspondence re 
appointment, etc., to National Service 
Board £7 

Tait, Sir Thomas, correspondence addi- 
tional re appointment, etc., to National 
Service Board 87a 

Target practice rod, correspondence re 
between Department Militia, War Pur- 
chasing Commission, and British War 
Office 254 

Telegraph Statistics of Canada, 1916.. .. 20/ 

Telephone Statistics of Canada, year 1916. 20d 

Temporary Loans, Statement of, from 

1916 to 1917 52* 

Territorial defence of Province of Que- 
bec, correspondence with Armand La- 
vergne re 191 

Thetford Mines, P.Q., correspondence re 
labour trouble at 103 

Tidal waters of Province Quebec, rights 
of fishing in 251 

Topographical Surveys Branch, Report of 

1915-1916' 251 

Trade and Commerce : — 

Report of Department of, Part I, 1916. 10 
Report of Department of, Part II, 1916 10< 
RepoTt of Department of, Part IH, 

•1916 10? 

Report of Department of, Part IV, 

1916 10< 

Report of Department of, Part V, 

1916 10< 

Report of Department of, Part I, 

1916 10< 

Report of Department of, Part VII, 

1916 10y 

Trade "Unions, Annual Return, re 62 

Trade Commission to Great Britain, 
France and Italy, 1916, Report of. . 221 

Transcontinental Railway, Report of 
Commission of, 1916 37 

Transcontinental Railway, List of points 

where rails removed 146? 

Transcontinental Railway, List of points 

where rails removed 146r. 

Tribunals, Local, Copy of Gazette con- 
taining list of 276 

U 

Unclaimed Balances in chartered banks 
of Canada, December 31, 1913.. .. 7 

V 

Vale Railway, Copy of agreement con- 
cerning lease of 47 

Vancouver, Documents re purchase of 
land in, for purpose of an Armoury 
since 1913 232 

Veterinary Director General, Report of 

year 1916 15fc 

Victoria Bridge, Montreal, Copy of Order 
in Council, increasing toll rates on.. 117 



W 

War Purchasing Commission, Report of 

1915 to 1916, inclusive 45 

War Conference, Papers relating to, in 

1917 42 

War Measures Act, re British ships in 
Canada, etc., requisition of, for war 

purposes 133 

War Badges, Rules and Regulations re 
for members of Canadian Expeditionary 

Force 274 

Ward Fisher, Inspector of Fisheries, 
Western Nova Scotia, disbursements 

of 1912-1913 204S 

Wet Canteen system overseas, corres- 
pondence re abolishment of 204 

Wharves : — 
" at Upper Prospect, N.S., 1915.. .. 124 
" at Shad Bay, repairs to, in 1915.. 125 
" at Mushaboom Harbour, N.S., in 

1913 129 

" at Port Dufferin West, Halifax Co., 

N.S., in 1913-14 131 

" at Port Dufferin East, Halifax Co., 

N.S., in 1916 

" at Ecum Secum West, Halifax Co., 

N.S., construction of, at 133 

" at McKay's Point, extension of and 

repairs to 199 

" at Craignish, N.S 202 

" at Harrigan Cove, Halifax Co., N.S., 

repairs to, in 1914-1915 120 

" at Isle Perrot, Vaudreuil, Pointe 

Cavagnal, Hudson, etc 1226 

" at Finlay Point, N.S 242 

" Breakwaters, etc., Co. of Anti- 

gonish, N.S 24 3 

" of the Government at Crose Point, 

New Carlisle, etc., Quebec 244 

" at Marble Mountain, N.S 245 

" at Port Hood, N.S 247 

Correspondence re wharves at Isle 
Perrot Sud, Vaudreuil, Pointe 

Cavagnal, etc 122 

" Correspondence re wharves at Isle 
Perrot North, South, Vaudreuil, 
Pointe Cavagnal, Hudson, etc.. .. 122a 
Wharves, Breakwaters and other public 

works, Co. of Guysboro, N.S 250 . 

Wheat, wheat flour, semolina, Oiver in 

Council re 106 

Whitehead, N.S., life saving station at, 

Order in Council referring to 278 

Willis Keizer, application of re Fishing 

weir at Square Cove, N.S 166 

Wooden Auxiliary Sailing Ships, Con- 
tracts for, — 



Yukon Territory, Ordinances of 7 0- 

■Fukon Territory, Orders in Council re 

Government of 7i« 

\'ukon Territory, Orders in Council re 

Government of 1917 76b 



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LIST OF SESSIONAL PAPERS 

Arranged in Numerical Order, with their titles at full length; the dates when Ordered 
and when Presented to the Houses of Parliament; the Names of the Senator or 
Member who moved for each Sessional Paper, and whether it is ordered to be 
Printed or not Printed. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 1. 

(This volume is bound in three parts.) 

1. Report of the Auditor General for the year e»ded 31st March, 1916, Volume 1, Parts a b and 

A to K; Volume II, Parts L to U ; Volume IU, Parts V to Z ; Volume IV, Part ZZ'. 
Presented by Sir George Foster April 19, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2. 

2. The Public Accounts of Canada, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1916. Presented by 

Sir Thomas White, February 1, 1917. . .Printed for distribution and. sessional papers. 

3. Estimates of sums required for the service of the Dominion for the year ending on the 

31st March, 1918, and in accordance with the provisions of "The British North 
America Act, 1867," the Governor General recommends these Estimates to the House 
of Commons. Presented by Sir Thomas White, January 31, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

4. Supplementary Estimates of sums required for the service of the Dominion for the year 

ending on the 31st March, 1917, and, in accordance with the provisions of "The British 
North America Act, 1867," the Governor General recommends these Estimates to the 
House of Commons. Presented by Sir Thomas White, February 5, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

5. Supplementary Estimates of sums required for the service of the Dominion for the year 

ending on the 31st March, 1918. Presented by Sir Thomas White, August 17, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

6. List of Shareholders in the Chartered Banks of the Dominion of Canada as on December 

31, 1915. Presented by Sir Thomas White, January 25, 1917 Not printed. 

7. Report on certified cheques, drafts or bills of exchange, dividends remaining unpaid and 

unclaimed balances in Chartered Banks of the Dominion of Canada, for fiv<? years and 
upwards prior to December 31, 1915. Presented by Sir Thomas White, January 25, 
1917 . . .Not printed. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 3. 

(This volume is bound in two parts.) 

8. Report of the Superintendent of Insurance for the year 1916. Presented by Sir Thomas 

White, July 27, 1917 Printed fo-A distribution and sessional papers. 

9. Abstract of Statements of Insurance Companies in Canada for the year ended December 

31, 1916. Presented by Sir Thomas White, May 2, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers 
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 4. 

lO. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce for the fiscal year ended 31st March, 
1916: Part I. — Canadian Trade (Imports in and Exports from Canada). Preaented 
by Sir George Foster, April 19, 1917.. ..Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 5. 

10«. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce for the fiscal year ended March 31. 
1916: — Part II. — Canadian Trade with France, Germany, the United Kingdom and the 
United States. Presented by Sir George Foster, January 25, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

\Ob. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce for the fiscal year ended March 31, 
191'G.— Part III. — Canadian Trade with British and Foreign Countries (except France, 
Germany, United Kingdom and United States). Presented by Sir George Foster, 
April 19,. 1917 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

10c. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce for the fiscal year ended March 31, 
1916 (Part IV, Miscellaneous Information). Presented by Sir George Foster, June 4, 
1917 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 6. 

10d. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce, Part V — Grain Statistics, compiled by 
the Inspection Branch of the Department, Ottawa, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 
1916, the crop year ended August 31, 1916. and the season of navigation ended 
December 14, 1916 ; and Report of the Board of Grain Commissioners. Presented by 
Sir George Foster, June 8, 1917.. .. Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

10e. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce, for the fiscal year ending March 31, 
1916 (Part VI. — Subsidized Steamship Services, with Statistics showing Steamship 
Traffic to December 31, 1916, and Estimates for fiscal year 1917-1918). Presented by 
Sir George Foster. May 3, 1917 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

10/. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce for the fiscal year ended March 31, 
1916: Part VII — Trade of Foreign Countries, Treaties and Conventions. Presented 
by Sir George Foster, 1917 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 7. 

11. Report of the Department of Customs for the year ended March 31. 1916. Presented by 

Hon. Mr. Reid, January 29, 1917.. ..Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 8. 

12, 13, 14. Reports, 'Returns and Statistics of the Inland 'Revenues of the 2<^minion of 

Canada, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1916. Part I. — Excise. Pv;rt II. — Weights 
and Measures, Gas and Electricity. Part III. — Adulteration of Food. Presented by 
Sir James Lougheed, January 26, 1917.. .Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

15. Report of the Minister of Agriculture for the Dominion of Canada, for the year ended 
March 31, 1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Burrell, January 26, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

15a. Report of the Dairy and Cold Storage Commissioner for the fiscal year ending March 31, 
1916. (Dairying. Fruit, Extension of Markets and Cold Storage.) Presented by Hon. 
Mr. Burrell,. 1917 „.. ... .. .. . .Kot printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 8— Concluded. 

15b. Report of the "Veterinary Director General for the year ending; March 31, 1916. Presented 
by Hon. Mr. Burrell, 1917 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

15c. Report on "The Agricultural Instruction Act," 1915-16, pursuant to Section 8, Chapter 
5 of 3-4 George V. Presented by Hon. Mr. Patenaude, January 31, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 9. 

(This volume is bound in two parts.) 

13. Report of the Director and Officers of the Experimental Farms for the year ending - 31st 
March, 1916. — Volumes I, II and III. Presented by Sir George Poster, August 13, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

17. Criminal Statistics for the year ended September, 1915. (Appendix to the Report of the 

Minister of Trade and Commerce for the year 1915.) Pressnted by Sir George Foster, 
1917 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

18. Return of By-elections for the House of Commons of Canada held during the year 1916. 

Presented by Hon. Mr. Speaker, 1917 Not printed. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 10. 

19. Report of the Minister of Public Works on the works under his control for the fiscal 

year ended March 31, 1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Rogers, January 26, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 11. 

20. Annual Report of the Department of Railways and Canals, for the fiscal year from April 

1, 1915, to March 31, 1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, April 19, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

20a. Canal Statistics for the season of Navigation, 1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Reid, May 7, 
1917 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

20b. Railway Statistics of the Dominion of Canada, for the year ended 30th June, 1916. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, April 24, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 12. 

20c. Eleventh Report of the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada, for the year ending 
31st March, 1916. Presented by Hon, Mr. Cochrane, January 23, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

20d. Telephone Statistics of the Dominion of Canada, for the year ended June 30, 1916. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, April 19, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

20?. Express Statistics of the Dominion of Canada, for the year ended June 30, 1916. Pre- 
sented by Hon Mr. Cochrane, April 25, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

20/. Telegraph Statistics of the Dominion of Canada, for the year ended June 30, 1916. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, April 19, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

20<7. Report of the Royal Commission appointed to consider the general problem of transporta- 
tion in Canada, comprising: — Report of Sir H. F. ^Drayton and Mr. W. M. Acworth ; 
Report of Mr. A. H. Smith ; and, Appendices A and B, being Report of Appraisal of 
d nadian Northern Railway System and Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, by Mr. Geo. 
F. Swain, C.E. Presented by Sir Thomas White, May 2, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 13. 

21. Forty-ninth Annual Report of the Department of Marine and Fisheries, for the yeai 

1915-16 — Marine. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, January 23, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional pap> 

22. List of Shipping issued by the Department of Marino and Fisheries, being a list of vessels 

on the Registry Books of the Dominion of Canada, on the 31st day of December, 101C. 
Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, September 4, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

23. Supplement to the Forty-ninth Annual Report of the Department of Marine and Fisheries 

for the fiscal year 1915-16. (Marine; — Steamboat Inspection Report. Presented by 
Hon. Mr. Hazen, April 19, 1917 Printed for distribution and sessional papers- 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 14. 

24. Report of the Postmaster General for the year ended 31st March, 1916. Presented by 

Hon. Mr. Blondin, February 1, 1917.. .Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

25. Annual Report of the Department of the Interior, for the fiscal year ending March 31, 

1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Roche, January 22, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 15. 

25&. Annual Report of the Topographical Surveys Branch of the Department of Interior, 
1915-1'6. Presented by Hon. Mr. Roche, June 19, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

25c. Report of Hydrometric Surveys (Stream Measurements), for the calendar year 1915. 
Presented by Hon, Mr. Roche, April 19, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 16. 

25d. Fifteenth Report of the Geographic Board of Canada for year ended March 31, 1916. 
Presented, 1917 Not printed. 

25e. Report of the British Columbia Hydrometric Survey for the calendar year 1915 (Water 
Resources Paper No. IS of the Dominion Water Power Branch, Department of the 
Interior). Presented by Hon. Mr. Roche, July 5, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

25/. Progress Report of the Manitoba Hydrometric Survey for the calendar year 1915 (Water 
Resources Paper No. 19 of the Dominion Water Power Branch, Department of the 
Interior). Presented by Hon. Mr. Roche, July 7, 1917. 

Printed for distributioJi ano. ; ,'ssional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 17. 

26. Summary Report of the operations of the Geological Survey, Department of Mines, for 
the calendar year, 1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Meighen, August 28, 1917. 

Printed for distributio7i and sessional pnp< ; s. 

26a. Summary Report of the Mines Branch of the Department of Mines, for the calendar year 
ending 31st December, 1915. Presented by Hon. Mr. Patenaude, April 19, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 18. 

27. Report of the Department of Indian Affairs for the year ended March 31, 1916. Pre- 

sented by Hon. Mr. Roche, January 22, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

28. Report of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police. 1916. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, 

April 19, 1917 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 19. 

29. Report of the Secretary of State of Canada for the year ended March 31, 1916. Presented 

by Hon. Mr. Roche, August 18, 1917 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

30. The Civil Service List of Canada for the year 1916. Presented 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

31. Eighth Annual Report of the Civil Service Commission of Canada for the year ended 

August 31, 1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Patenaude, April 19, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

32. Annual Report of the Department of Public Printing and Stationery for the fiscal year 

ended March 31, 1916. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, July 31, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

33. Report of the Secretary of State for External Affairs for the year ended March 31, 1917. 

Presented 1917 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 20. 

34. Report of the Minister of Justice as to the Penitentiaries of Canada for the fiscal year 

ending March 31, 1916. Presented 1317. . .Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

35. Report of the Militia Council for the Dominion of Canada, for the fiscal year ending 

March 31, 1916. Presented by Sir A. E. Kemp, February 3, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

36. Report of the Department of Labour for the fiscal year ending March 31, 19K. Pre- 

sented by Hon. Mr. Crothers, January 22, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

36a. Ninth Report of the Registrar of Boards of Conciliation and Investigation of the pro- 
ceedings under "The Industrial Disputes Investigation Act, 1907," for the fiscal year 
ending March 31, 1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Crothers, January 22, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

37. Twelfth Annual Report of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway, for the 

year ended March 31, 1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, April 19. 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21. 

38. Report of the Department of the Naval Service, for the fiscal year ending M«vh 31, 1916. 

Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, January 22, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

38". Supplement to the Sixth Annual Report of the Department of Naval Service, Fisheries 
Branch, — Contributions to Canadian Biology, being studies from the biological stations 
of Canada, 1945-1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, June 4, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

38c Lobster Conservation in Canada, by A. P. Knight, M.A\ 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

39. Forty-ninth Annual Report of the Fisheries Branch of the Department of the Naval 

Service, 191-5-16. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, January 22, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21— Continued. 

40. The Report of the Joint Librarians of Parliament. Presented by Hon. Mr. Speaker, 
January 19, 1917 Not printed. 

41 k Copies of Orders in Council, as follows: — 

P.C. 1917, dated the 15th day of July, 1916, respecting the appointment of a 
Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for External Affairs during the continuance 
of the war. 

P.C. 2576, dated the 21st day of October, 1916, respecting the appointment of Hugh 
Clark, Member of the House of Commons for the Electoral District of North Bruce, 
to the position of Parliamentary Under Secretary for Exernal Affairs, during the con- 
tinuance of the present war. 

P.C. 1720, dated the 15th day of July, 1916, respecting the appointment of a Par- 
liamentary Secretary of the Department of Militia and Defence, during the continu- 
ance of the present war. 

P.C. 1730, dated the 19th day of July, 1916, respecting the appointment of Fleming 
Blanchard McCurdy, Member of the House of Commons for the Electoral District of 
Shel&urne and Queens, to the position of Parliamentary Secretary of the Department 
of Militia and Defence, during the continuance of the present war. 

P.C. 2651, dated the 28th day of October, 1916, respecting the establishment of a 
ministry in London charged with the administration of the overseas forces of Canada, 
and the direction and control of the expenditures abroad in connection therewith. 

P.C. 2656, dated the 31st day of October, 1916, respecting the appointment of 

-Honourable Sir George Halsey Perley, to the position of Minister of Overseas Military 

Forces from Canada in the United Kingdom. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, January 

IS, 1917 Printed for sessional papers only. 

42. Papers relating to the Imperial War Conference, 1917. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, 

January 22, 1917 Printed for sessional papers only. 

42a. Copy of a Parliamentary Paper (Cd. 8'56'6), containing extracts from the Minutes of the 
Proceedings of the Imperial War Conference, 1917, and Papers laid before the Con- 
ference. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, June 15, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

43. Copies of Orders in Council, as follows: — 

P.C. 64-15-25, dated the 29th June, 1916, authorizing the superannuation of Mr. 
Silas Blair Kent, a clerk in Sub-division " B " of the First Division, employed as 
chief fishing bounty officer of the Naval Service Department. 

P.C. 3192, dated 30th December, 1916, Regulations governing the payment of 
Separation Allowance in the Royal Canadian Navy and Royal Naval Canadian Volun- 
teer Reserve. 

P.C. 3108, dated 19th September, 1916, Regulations governing payment of " Com- 
mand Money " to officers on " Special Service," etc., in the Royal Canadian Navy. 

P.C. 2942, dated 29th .November, 1916, Regulations governing payment of "Hard- 
lying Money " in the Royal Canadian Navy. 

P.C. 2442, dated 11th October, 1916, Amendment to Order in Council P.C. 1334, 
dated 3rd June, 1916, establishing Rates of Pensions for the Military and Naval Forces 
of Canada. 

P.C. 2130, dated 9th September, 1916, Regulations for enrolment of men in the 
Royal Canadian Volunteer Reserve for service in the Royal Navy. 

P.C. 1939, dated 18th August, 1916, Order made under War Measures Act, 1914, 
to reduce risk of persons of enemy nationality landing in Canada under guise of 
neutrals. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, January 22, 1917 Not printed. 

43«. Copy of extract from Order in Council No. P.C. 942, dated 5th April, 1917, with reference 
to Regulations governing the Payment of Separation Allowance in the Royal Canadian 
Navy. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen. June 11, 1917 Not printed. 

43b. Copy of extract from Order in Council No. P.C. 1397, dated 21st May. 1917: Rules and 
Regulations to apply to persons who are employed in or who are in or in the vicinity 
of any store, wharf, etc., in or upon which any ammunition, etc., is handled. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, June 14, 1917 Wol printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21— Continued. 

43r. Copy of Extract from Order in Council No. P.C. 1576, dated 11th June, 1917: Regulations 
instituting the rank of Chief Skipper and Skipper in the Royal Canadian Navy. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, June 2'0, 1917 Not printed. 

4:3d. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 6-9/1774, dated 28th June, 1917, containing Regulations 
for the Payment of Specialist Allowance to R.N.C.V.R. and R.N.C.V.R. Overseas 
Division. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, July 9, 1917 Not printed. 

43'-. Copy Extract from Order in Council, P.C. No. 1783, dated 29th June, 1917: — Rules and 
Regulations governing the issue of Pay, Allowances and Pensions, Department of the 
Naval Service — Copy Extract from Order in Council, P.C. No. 1871, dated 6th July, 1917 ; 
— Amendment to the Regulations for the payment of Separation Allowance to the 
dependents of those on Active Service under the Naval Service Department. Presented 
by Sir James Lougheed, July 12, 1917. (Senate) Not printed. 

43/. Extract from Order in Council, P.C. 1993 of the 17th July, 1917: Scale of Subsistence 
Allowances to Officers and men of the Naval Service when travelling on duty. — And 
also,— Extract from Order in Council, P.C. 1994 of the 17th July, 1917: Scale of 
Allowances in lieu of lodging, provisions, fuel and light, for Officers and men of the 
Naval Service. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, August 6, 1917 .Not printed. 

433. Extract from Order in Council, P.C. 2105, dated 9th August, 1917: Amendments to regu- 
lations for the issue of pay, allowances and pensions to officers, warrant officers and 
men invalided, etc., from the Naval Service. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, August 
27, 1917 Not printed. 

43/!. Extraot from Order in Council ("Defence of Canada Order"), P.C. No. 2277, dated the 
17th August, 1917: — Amendments respecting iNaval Service. The Senate. .Not printed. 

43i. Extract from Order in Council, No. P.C. 2433, dated 1st September, 1917: — Regulations 
re Pay and Allowances to Officers and Men after discharge from the Canadian Naval 
Service. The Senate ' Not printed. 

44. Correspondence relating to the withdrawal of the Ross Rifle from the Canadian Army 

Corps. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, January 22, 1917. 

Printed for sessional papers only. 

45. Report of the War Purchasing Commission, covering period from its appointment on May 

8, 1915, to December 31, 1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Kemp, January 23,, 1917. 

Not printed. 

46. Copies of Orders in Council respecting the establishment of a National Service Board of 

Canada, and appointments thereto, under the provisions of the War Measures Act, 
1914. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, January 23, 1917. 

Printed for sessional papers only. 

47. Copy of Agreement between His Majesty the King and The Acadia Coal Company, Litd., 

concerning the lease of the Vale Railway. Presented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, January 
23 1917 • • • -Not printed. 

48. Copy of Agreement between His Majesty the King and The Quebec and Saguenay Rail- 

way Co., The Quebec Railway Light, and Power Co. The Lotbiniere and Megantic 
Railway Co., and The Quebec Railway Light Heat and Power Co., respecting the 
acquisition by the Government of the said railways. Presented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, 
January 23, 1917 Not printed. 

48a. Return to an Order of the House, of the 23rd April, 1917, for a copy of all proceedings 
in the Exchequer Court of Canada, and judgment of Mr. Justice Cassels concerning the 
reference of the Quebec and Saguenay Railway, the Quebec and Montmorency Railway 
and the Lotbiniere and Megantic Railway. Presented June 21, 1917. Mr. Lemleux. 

Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21— Continued. 

48b. Return to an Order of the House, of the 14th May, 1517, for a copy of the judgment 
delivered by Mr. Justice Cassels on the 24th day of January, 1917, in the matter of 
fixing the price to be paid by the Government for the Quebec, Montmorency and 
Charlevoix Railway, the Quebec and Saguenay Railway, and the Lotbiniere and 
Megantic Railway, under the statute of last session, Chapter 22, €-7 George V. Pre- 
sented June 27, 1917. Mr. Graham Not printed. 

49. Statement of Governor General's Warrants issued since the last Session of Parliament 

on account of 1916-17. Presented by Sir Thomas White, January 25, 1917. 

Not printed. 

49a. Statement of Governor General's Warrants Issued since the adjournment of Parliament 
on February 7, 1917. Presented by Sir Thomas White, April 24, 1917.. Not Printed. 

50. Copy of Amendments to the Radiotelegraph Regulations since the 1st August, 1914. 

Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, January 25, 1917 Not printed. 

5Q(i. Copy of Amendment to subsection (d) of section 104 of the Radiotelegraph Regulations; 
Operation of ship stations within a Canadian harbour. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, 
January 29, 1917 Not printed. 

50b. Copy of Amendment to Radiotelegraph Regulations issued by the Minister of the Naval 
Service, under Section 11, Chapter 43, of the Radiotelegraph Act, 3-4 George V. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, April 19, 1917 Not printed. 

51. Statement of Expenditure on account: of "Miscellaneous Unforeseen Expenses," from the 

1st April, 1916, to the 18th January, 1917, in accordance with the Appropriation Act of 
1916. Presented by Sir Thomas White, January 25, 1917 Not printed. 

52. Statement of Temporary Loans issued since April 1, 1916, to 18th January, 1917. Pre- 

sented by Sir Thomas White, January 25, 1917 Not printed. 

53. Report and Statement of Receipts and Expenditures of the Ottawa Improvement Com- 

mission to March 31, 1916. Presented by Sir Thomas White, January 25, 1917. 

Not printed. 

54. Statement of the Receipts and Expenditures of the Royal Society of Canada, for the year 

ended April 30, 1916. Presented by Sir Thomas White, January 25, 1917... Not printed. 

55. Statement of Receipts and Expenditures of the National Battlefields Commission to 31st 

March, 1916. Presented by Sir Thomas White, January 25, 1917.. ..Not printed. 

56. Statement of Superannuation and Retiring Allowances in the Civil Service during the 

year ending 31st December, 1916, showing name, rank, salary, service allowance and 
cause of retirement of each person superannuated or retired, also whether vacancy 
has been filled by promotion, or by appointment, and the salary of any new appointee. 
Presented by Sir Thomas White, January 25, 1917 Not printed. 

57. Statement in pursuance of Section 17 of the Civil Service Insurance Act, for the year 

ending March 31, 1916. Presented by Sir Thomas White, January 25, 1917. 

Not printed. 

58. Regulations under " The Destructive Insect and Pest Act," pursuant to Section 9, 

Chapter 31 of 9-10 Edward VII. Presented by Hon. Mr. Burrell, January 26, 1917. 

Not print e-d. 

59. Account of the average number of men employed on the Dominion Police Force during 

each month of the year 1916, and of their pay and travelling expenses, pursuant to 
Chapter 92, Section 6, Subsection 2, of the Revised Statutes of Canada. Presented by 
Hon. Mr. Doherty, January 26; 1917 Not print- d. 

60. Copy of the evidence taken before the Hon. Sir Charles Davidson, Kt.. Commissioner 

appointed to inquire into the purchase by and on behalf of the Government of the 
Dominion of Canada, of Arms, Munitions, Implements, Materials, Horses, Supplies, and 
other things for the purpose of the present war, and as to the expenditures and pay- 
ments made or agreed to be made therefor ; together with the Report of the said Com 
missioner concerning the sale of Small Arms Ammunition 1 ; purchase of Submarines, and 
Military Cloth (Auburn Woollen Mills Co.). Presented by Hon. Mr Meighen, Janu- 
ary 30, 1917 Not printed. 

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61. Report submitted by the officer in charge of the Canadian Records Office, London, Eng., to 

The Right Honourable Sir Robert Borden, G.C.M.G.. M.P., Prime Minister of Canada, 
on the work of the Canadian War Records Office "since the date of its foundation to 
the 11th January, 1917. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, January 31, 1917. 

Not printed. 

62. Annual Return respecting Trade Unions under Chapter 125, R.S.C., 1906. Presented by 

Hon. Mr. Patenaude, January 31, 1917 Not printed. 

63. A detailed statement of all bonds or securities registered in the Department of the 

Secretary of State of Canada, since last return (22nd January, 1916) submitted to the 
Parliament of Canada under Section 32 of Chapter 19, of the Revised Statutes of 
Canada, 1906. Presented by Hon. Mr. Blondin, January 31, 1917 Not printed. 

64. Return of Orders in Council which have been published in the Canada Gazette, between 

the 1st January, 1916, and the 31st December, 1916, in accordance with the provisions 
of Section 5 of " The Dominion Lands Survey Act," Chapter 21, 7-8 Edward VII. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Roche, February 1, 1917.. Not printed. 

65. Return of Orders in Council which have been published in the Canada Gazette, between 

1st January, 1910, and the 31st. December, 1916, in accordance with the provisions of 
"The Forest Reserves and Park Act," Section 19, of Chapter 10, 1-2 George V. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Roche, February 1, 1917.. Not printed. 

66. Return of Orders in Council which have been published in the Canada Gazette, between 

the 1st January, 1916, and the 31st December, 1916, in accordance with the provisions 

of Chapter 47, 2 George V, entitled "The Railway Belt Water Act." Presented by 

• Hon. Mr. Roche, February 1, 1917 ' Not printed- 

67. Return of Orders in Council which have been published in the Canada Gazette and in the 

British Columbia Gazette, between 1st January, 1916', and the 31st December, 1916, 
in accordance with provisions of Subsection (d) of Section 38 of the regulations for 
the survey, administration, disposal and management of Dominion Lands within the 
4 0-mile Railway Belt in the Province of British Columbia. Presented by Hon. Mr. 
Roche, February 1, 1917 Not printed. 

'68. Return showing all lands sold by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company during the year, 
from the 1st October, 1915, to 30th September, 1916, together with the names of the 
purchasers, in accordance with the Statutes of Canada, 18S6, Chapter 9, Section 8. 
Presented by Hon. Mr. Roche, February 1, 1917 Not printed. 

69. Return of Orders in Council which have been published in the Canada Gazette, between 

1st January, 1916, and the 31st December, 1916, in accordance with the provisions of 
Section 77 of "The Dominion Lands Act," Chapter 20, 7-S Edward VII. Presented by 
Hon. Mr. Roche, February 1, 1917 Not printed. 

70. Certified copies of Reports of the Committee of the Privy Council, approved by His 

Excellency the Governor General on the 29th November, 1916, giving authority for the 
cancellation on and from the 1st January, 1917, of the agreements between the Govern- 
ment of Canada and the Governments of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, respec- 
tively, respecting the services of the Royal North West Mounted Police in those 
provinces. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, February 1, 1917. 

Printed for sessional papers caly 

70a. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General, of the 31st January, 1917, 
for a copy of all documents, letters, messages, correspondence, etc., respecting the 
termination of the agreements between the Government of Canada and the Govern- 
ments of the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta in reference to the Royal North 
West Mounted Police. Presented June 1, 1917. Mr. McCraney Not printed. 

71. Return to an Order of the House, of the 20th March, <l 9 16, for a copy of all telegrams, 

letters and correspondence concerning the appointment of Mr. Alfred Gravel, Harbour 
Commissioner of Quebec, and concerning all other candidates for the position of 
Commissioner on the Harbour Board of Quebec, to represent the South Shore. Pre- 
sented February 2, 1917. Mr. Bourassa Not printed. 

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72. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General, of the 2nd February, 

1914, for a copy of all Orders in Council, correspondence, petitions, telegrams and other 
papers or documents bearing date between the years 1885 and 1914 in any way relating 
to the prohibition of the export of Sockeye Salmon from the Province of British 
Columbia. Presented February 2, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

73. Seventh Annual Report of the Commission of Conservation for the fiscal year ending 

March 31, 1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, February 5, 1917 Not printed. 

74. Copy of correspondence between Sir Robert Borden and Sir Wilfrid Laurier respecting 

proposals for the extension of the term of Parliament, November 3, 1915, to January 
3, 1917. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, May 23, 1917. 

Printed for sessional papers only. 

75. Detailed Statement of Customs Duties and the Refund thereof, under Section 92, Consoli- 

dated Revenue Act, for the year ended March 31, 1916. (Senate) Not printed. 

75a. Detailed Statement of all Remissions and Refunds of the Tolls or duties for the fiscal year 
ending March 31, 1916. — Also, — Supplementary statement of the Remissions and 
Refunds of Tolls and Duties from the Department of Marine and Fisheries. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Patenaude, April 19, 1917 Not printed. 

76. Ordinances of the Yukon Territory, passed by the Yukon Council in 1916. (Senate). 

Not printed. 

76a. Return of Orders in Council passed under the provisions of Section 18, of Chapter 63, 
Revised Statutes of Canada, " An Act to provide for the Government of the Yukon 
Territory." Presented by Hon. Mr. Patenaude, April 19, 1917 Not printed. 

76b Return of Orders in Council passed in the year 1917, under the provisions of Section 
18, of Chapter 63, Revised Statutes of Canada, " An Act to provide for the Govern- 
ment of the Yukon Territory." Presented by Hon. Mr. Sevigny, July 5, 1917. 

Not printed 

77. Copy of extract from Order in Council No. P.C. 43/263, dated 27th January, 1917, 

authorizing Regulations governing the payment of Allowance for the Accountant 
Officers in the Royal Canadian Navy of Receiving Ships and Depot Ships, in accordance 
with the provisions of Secton 47, Chapter 43, 9-10 Edward VII. Presented by Hon. 
Mr. Hazen, February 6, 1917 Not printed. 

78. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence respecting the appointment of a Commission to investigate the financial and 
economic condition of Canadian railways, showing the names of the Commissioners, 
the rate of their remuneration, along with the names of the secretaries and engineers 
appointed by them, or by the Commission, and the rate of their remuneration. Pre- 
sented February 6, 1917. — Sir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

79. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all pa,pers, 

letters, telegrams and other documents relative to the removal of Mr. H. D. McKenzie 
as mechanical foreman at Stellarton on the Canadian Government Railways, and the 
appointment of his successor. Presented February 6, 1917. — Mr. Macdonald. 

Not printed. 

80. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a return showing the 

quantity of freight carried over the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway between Levis and 
Moncton since that portion of said railway has been operated by the Canadian Govern- 
ment Railways System. Presented February 6, 1917. — Mr. Copp Not printed. 

81. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th April, 1916, for a Return showing: — 1. How 

many olerks there are in the Interior Department who belong to and are paid from the 
outside service vote and who work in the inside service? 2. The names of said clerks? 
3. Salary paid to each? 4. How long each has been in the service of the Department? 
5. If all or any of these clerks have passed any examination. If so, what examination 
and on what date or dates? Presented February 6, 1917. — Mr. Turriff.. . .Net printed 

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82. Return to an Order of the House of the 15th March, 1916, for a copy of all correspondence 

between the Government and the Provinces, regarding Increased co-operation in the 
promotion of immigration and land settlement, commencing with a letter of the 
Minister of the Interior to the Provincial Prime Ministers, in November, 1911. Pre- 
sented February 6, 1917. — Sir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

83. Return to an Order of the House of the 27th March, 1916, for a Return showing: — 1. The 

names and salaries of the persons employed in the Immigration Service in the City 
of Montreal ; their respective salaries when appointed and what they receive at the 
present time? 2. Which of such employees are given travelling or other expenses, and 
how much has been been paid to each on that account since their respective appoint- 
ments. Presented February 6, 1917. — Mr. Lachance Not printed. 

84. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a return showing the 

quantities of timber cut, and the sum paid therefor, to date, under the lease or sale 
of timber made by the Indian Department to Mr. Arthur Webber from lands situated 
near Ship Harbour Lake, Halifax County, together with the name or names of all 
surveyors of the timber cut from the said Indian lands under the above-mentioned sale 
or lease, and copies of all reports made in connection therewith by said surveyors. 
Presented February 6, 1917. — Mr. McLean (Halifax) Not printed. 

85. A copy of the Special Report made by the Royal Commission on Indian Affairs on the 

Kitsilano Indian Reserve, together with the Order in Council passed on the 28th 
March, 1916, and all other papers and correspondence relating to the Report. (Senate). 

Not printed. 

86. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General, of the 31st January, 1917, 

for a copy of all correspondence exchanged between the Dominion Government and 
the Provincial Governments inviting them to a conference on the subject of making 
provisions for returned soldiers, including a copy of the proceedings of the conference 
which took place on the 10th of January at Ottawa on the same subject. Presented 
February 7, 1917. — Sir Wilfrid Laurier Printed for sessional papers- only. 

87. Return to an Order of the House, of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all correspon- 

dence between any Member of the Government and Sir Thomas Tait referring to his 
appointment to, and resignation from, the National Service Board. Presented February 
7, 1917. — Mr. Graham Printed for sessional papers only. 

87a, Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all corre- 
spondence between Mr. Murray, Secretary of the Manufacturers' Association, and any 
Member of the Government, or Sir Thomas Tait, as head of the National Service 
Board, concerning his suggested appointmert as Secretary of the National Service 
Board. Presented June 1, 1917. — Mr. Graha- Not printed. 

88. Correspondence between the Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition concerning 

the formation of a Parliamentary National Service Commission. Presented by Sir 
Robert Borden, February 7, 1917 Printed for sessional papers only. 

89. Return to an Order of the House, of the 5th February, 1917, for a copy of all petitions, 

letters, telegrams, reports and other documents relative to the closing of the Canard 
and Splitlog Post Office and the opening of Loiselleville Post Office, in the County of 
Essex, together with a copy of all petitions and documents relative to the establish- 
ment of rural mail routes from the Loiselleville Post Office. Presented February 7, 
1917. — Mr. Wilcox Kot printed. 

90. Report on the Canadian Army Medical Service, by Colonel Herbert A. Bruce, Special 

Inspector General, Medical Services, Canadian Expeditionary Force, dated at London, 
England, 20th September, 1916. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, February 7, 19J7. 

N Not printed. 

90a. Report on the Canadian Army Medical Service, by a Board of Officers, presided over by 
Surgeon-General Sir William Babtie, K.C.M.G., CjB., V.C., dated at London, England, 
December 22, 1916. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, February 7, 1917.. Not printed, 
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90b. Copy of Interim Report of the Surgeon^General G. C. Jones, IMrector Medical Services. 
Canadians, in reply to the Report on the Canadian Army Medical Service by Colonel 
Herbert A. Bruce, Special Inspector-General, Medical Services, Canadian Expedition- 
ary Force, dated London, September 28, 1916. Presented by Sir Edward Kemp, May 31, 
1917 Not printed. 

91. Return to an Order of the House, of the 7th February, 1917, for a copy of all letters, 

telegrams, papers and other documents relative to the closing of the Marine Agency at 
Piotou last autumn, and as to the re-opening of said agency. Presented April 19, 1917. 
— Mr. Macdonald Not printed- 

92. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th February, 1917, for a Return showing: — 1. The 

number of horses that have been bought in Canada for war purposes in each of the 
years 1914, 1915 and 1916, resepctively, (a) for the Canadian Army; (b) for Britain; 
and (c) for France and our other Allies. 2. The amount paid for the horses in each 
of the years for the different countries mentioned. Presented April 19, 1917. — Mr. 
Edwards Not printed. 

93. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a Return showing: — 1. The 

names, home addresses and former occupations of all censors, decoders or other 
employees of the Government in the different cable stations in Nova Scotia during the 
calendar year 1916. 2. The name of the person who recommended each of the said 
censors, decoders or employees. 3. What salary was paid to each of said persons 
for the calendar year 1916. Presented April 19, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair. . . .Not printed- 

94. Copies of General Orders promulgated to the Militia for the period between December 

30, 1915, and February 8, 1917. Presented by Sir Edward Kemp, April IP, 1917. 

Not printed. 

95. Return to an Order of the House of the 11th March, 1915, for a copy of all charges, 

correspondence, letters, telegrams and other documents relative to the dismissal of 
Frank Dunlop, of Graves Point, at Sydney Mines, in the riding of North Cape Breton 
and Victoria, N.S., and the expenses of such investigation in detail. Presented April 
19, 1917. — Mr. McKenzie Not printed. 

96. Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd April, 1916, for a Return showing: — 1. The 

names of the staff in the office of the High Commissioner for Canada in London? 2. 
Whether any of these officials are natives of Canada. If so which ones? 3. Whether 
it is true, as alleged, that Canada is the only British Dominion which employs none of 
its natives in its High Commissioner's Office. Presented April 19, 1917. — Mr. Proulx. 

Not printed. 

97. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General, of the 22n<3 February, 

1915, for a copy of aH Orders in Council, memoranda, correspondence or other docu- 
ments in the possession of the Government, or any Department thereof, relating to the 
trade in dried fish and wines between Portugal and Canada. Presented April 19, 1917. — 
Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

98. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a tabulated statement 

showing the number of divorces granted by the Parliament of Canada since 1867. Pre- 
sented April 19, 1917. — Mr. Lemieux Not pr 

99. Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd February, 1916, for a copy of all letters, 

telegrams and other documents, including tenders, relating to the mail contract from 
Tatamagouche to New Annan and Tatamagouche Mountain, in the County of Colchester. 
Presented April 19, 1917. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

100. Copy of new Rule in substitution of Rule 22$ of the General Rules ami Orders now in 

force regulating the practice and procedure in the Exchequer Court of Canada, made 
on the 16th day of February, 1917. Presented by Hon. Mr. Patenaude, April 19, 1917. 

Not printed. 

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100a. Copy of Rule 20>0 of the General Rules and Orders now in force regulating the practice 
and procedure in the Exchequer Court of Canada ; also, Copy of General Order 
respecting fees and costs in the Exchequer Court in the exercise of its jurisdicton as a 
Court of Admiralty. Presented by Hon. Mr. Patenaude, May 3, 1917 Not printed. 

101. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th February, 1917, for a return showing a list 

of all persons employed during the year 1916 in the round-house of the Canadian Gov- 
ernment Railways at Pirate Harbour, N.S., as brakemen, telegraphers, cleaners and 
labourers, showing the dates of their appointments and length of time employed respect- 
ively, and also the monthly rate of wages paid to each of said employees. Presented 
April 19, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

102. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all letters, 

papers, telegrams and other documents relative to the application for, and the granting 
of, a Conciliation Board to the employees of the Acadia Coal Company in the spring of 
1916, the proceedings of said Board, and all other papers in relation to the same. 
Presented April 19, 1917. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

103. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all correspon- 

dence, telegrams and documents of all kinds exchanged between any person or persons 
and the Department of Labour or any other Department of the Government relating to 
the labour trouble at Thetford Mines, P.Q., and also copies of all correspondence 
exchanged between the different Departments of the Government respecting the same 
question. Presented April 19, 1917. — Mr. Verville Not printed. 

104. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all letters, 

papers, telegrams and other documents relative to the application for, and the refusal 
to grant a Conciliation Board as petitioned for under the Industrial Disputes Investiga- 
tion Act by the employees of the Canadian Government Raiiway at Pictou, who were 
members of the Longshoremen's Union at Pictou during the year 1916. Presented April 
19,1917. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

105. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th February, 1917, for a copy of the contract 

between the Government and the P. Lyall & Sons Construction Company for the recon- 
struction of the Parliament Building. Presented April 20, 1917. — Mr. Murphy. 

Printed for Sessional Papers only. 

106. Copy of Order in Council P.C. 1062, dated 16th April, 1917, ordering that wheat, wheat 

flour and semolina be transferred to the list of goods which may be imported into Can- 
ada free of duty of customs. Presented by Sir Thomas White, April 20, 1917. 

Printed for Sessional Papers only. 

107. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th April, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. 

Whether the Government is aware as to whether there are cases in the Military Service 
in which men after enlistment have been given leave on harvesting furlough, and during 
such leave have been injured by accident, and who have in consequence of such accident 
incurred hospital bills, and who having been treated in hospital have returned to military 
duty and been discharged on account of injuries so received. 2. If so, whether claims 
have been made for hospital care and treatment. 3. If such claims have been recognized 
by the Government. 4. If not, why not. 5. If so, what action has been taken in con- 
nection therewith. 6. Whether in such cases the enlisted person is not entitled to pay 
up to time of discharge, and also the payment of his hospital account. Presented April 
20, 1917. — Mr. MacNutt Not printed. 

108. Copy of a communication from the Deputy Minister of Militia and Defence, relative to the 

total value of the Oliver equipment, so-called, supplied the Canadian soldiers who have 

•crossed to England since the commencement of the present war. Presented by Sir 

Edward Kemp, April 20, 1917 Not printed. 

109. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th April, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. The 
■ names of the Members of Parliament who now belong, or who did belong to the Overseas 

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Forces or the Militia Forces of Canada since the present war was declared. 2. Whether 
these Members or any of them were, or are in receipt of pay from th« Miiitia Depart- 
ment and In receipt of their indemnity as Members at the same time. 3. Whether the 
wives of these Members, or any of them were, or are in receipt of separation allowance. 
Presented April 20, 1917. — Mr. Hughes {Kings, P.E.I.) Not printed. 

109o- Supplementary return to an Order of the House of the 19th April, 1917, for a return show- 
ing: — 1. The names of the Members of Parliament who now belong, or who did belong 
to the Overseas Forces or the Militia Forces of Canada since the present war was 
declared. 2. Whether these Members, or any of them were, or are in receipt of pay from 
the Militia Department and in receipt of their indemnity as Members at the same time. 
3. Whether the wives of these Members, or any of them were, or are in receipt of separa- 
tion allowance. Presented April 24, 1917.— itfr. Hughes (Kings, P.E.I.) . . . .Not printed. 

109b. Return to an Order of the House of the 25th April, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. How 
many Members of the House of Commons are serving or have served in the Canadian 
Army. 2. The names of each of said Members, the date of appointment, and rank. 3. 
The names of those Members who have resigned or have withdrawn from military 
service and the date of withdrawal or resignation. 4. How much has been paid to each 
for military salary, expenses and separation allowance to wife or relatives, respectively. 
Presented May 31, 1917. — Mr. Turriff ' Not printed. 

109c. Corrected copy of a return to an Order of the House of the 25th April, 1917. for a return 
showing : — 1. How many Members of the House of Commons are serving or have served 
in the Canadian Army. 2. The names of each of said Members, the date of appointment, 
and rank. 3. The names of those Members who have resigned or have withdrawn from 
military service and the date of withdrawal or resignation. 4. How much has been paid 
to each for military service, expenses and separation allowance to wife or relatives, 
respectively. Presented June 14, 1917. — Mr. Turriff Not printed. 

110. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th April, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. What 
amounts have been given to the Canadian Patriotic Fund to December 31, 1916, and 
what amounts have been promised for 1917, by the different counties, towns and cities 
in each of the different provinces. 2. The names of the different counties, towns and 
cities, and the respective amounts subscribed and promised by each. 3. What counties, 
cities and towns in each province, if any, have not contributed any amount to the said 
fund up to the present time. Presented April 24, 1917. — Mr. Edwards. . ..Not printed. 

110«. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th April, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. How 
much money has been subscribed and voted to the Canadian Patriotic Fund by each of 
the different provinces to December 31, 1916. 2. How much money has been paid to the 
Canadian Patriotic Fund by each of the different provinces during the same time. 3. 
How much money has been promised by county, township, city or other grants by each 
province for the year 1917. 4. How many persons in each province have received assist- 
ance from the Canadian Patriotic Fund to December 31, 1916. 5. The total amount so 
expended in each province. Presented April 24, 1917. — Mr. Edwards.. ..Not printed. 

Ill- Copy of Order in Council P.C. 802, dated 23rd March, 1917, in respect to taking over of the . 
Ross Rifle Factory by the Government of Canada. Presented by Sir Edward Kemp, 
April 24, 1917 Not printed. 

112. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all documents. 

letters, telegrams and other correspondence in the Department of the Interior, relating 
to grazing leases numbers 2785, 2803, 2843, 3701, 3998, 4603, 5566, 6220 and 6221. Pre- 
sented April 25, 1917. — Mr. Steele Not printed. 

113. Memoianc'um from the Superintendent of Immigration respecting the advertising by the 

Canadian Government in United States newspapers for farm hands to work in Canada ; 
together with a copy of the advertisements and instructions concerning the same. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Roche, April 25, 1917 Not printed. 

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114. Copies of Orders in Council: — 

P.C. 341, dated th« 7th day of February, 1917, respecting the exportation of news- 
print paper in sheets or rolls by license only under regulations by the Minister of 
Customs. 

P.C. 445, dated the 17th day of February, 1917, containing orders and regulations 
respecting the price, sale, control, distribution, transport, etc., of newsprint paper in 
sheets or rolls. 

P.C. 1059, dated the 16th day of April, 1917, empowering the Minister of Customs 
to fix the quantity and price of newspjint paper furnished or to be furnished to the pub- 
lishers in Canada by the manufacturers ; and controlling the distribution and delivery 
of the same. 

P.C. 1060, dated the 16th day of April, appointing R. A. Pringle a commissioner 
to conduct an inquiry into and concerning the manufacture, sale, price and supply of 
newsprint paper within the Dominion of Canada. Presented by Sir Thomas White, April 
26,1917 Not printed. 

115. PC. 3412, dated the 19th day of December, 1917, concerning the appointment of Mr. S. A. 

Armstrong as Director of the Military Hospitals Commission. Presented by Sir Thomas 
White, April 26, 1917 Not printed. 

116. Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd February, 1917, for a return showing the 

names and post office addresses of all purchasers of fish scrap from the reduction works 
at Canso in 1916, showing the price paid by each of said purchasers. Presented April 
26,1917. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

117- Return to an address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 23rd April, 1917, for 
a copy of the Order in Council increasing the toll rates on Victoria bridge, Montreal, and 
also a copy of all petitions, telegrams, letters and other documents referring to said 
increase. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. Lemieux Not printed. 

118. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd April, 1917, for a copy of all letters, tele- 

grams, petitions and all other papers concerning the substitution of the name of Luce- 
ville given to the Intercolonial Railway Station of Ste. Luce, County of Rimouski, 
Quebec. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. Lemieux Not printed. 

119. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all vouchers, 

correspondence, etc., in connection with the repairs to Beaver Harbour Wharf, Halifax 
County, within the last four years. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. McLean (Halifax). 

Not printed. 

120- Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all correspon- 
dence, vouchers, etc., in connection with the repairs to Harrigan Cove Wharf, Halifax 
County, in 1914-15, under the foremanship of James McDonald. Presented April 30, 
1917. — Mr. McLean (Halifax) ■ Not printed. 

121. Supplementary return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1916, for a return 

showing: — 1. The amounts expended in Railway Subsidies in Canada during the years 
1912, 1913, 1914 and 1915. 2. The amounts by provinces, and the names of the lines to 
which granted. 3. Amounts expended on the construction of -Government-owned rail- 
ways in Canada during the above years. 4. The amount expended in each province, anJ 
the name of the line of railway on which such expenditure was made. 5. Amounts ex- 
pended on harbour and river improvements in Canada during the above years. 6. The 
amounts by provinces and the particular places where expended. 7. Amounts expended 
on the building of public wharves, public breakwaters, and public dredging in North 
Cape Breton and Victoria during the years 1905 to 1911, inclusive, including the expend- 
iture on Government railways. 8. Amounts expended for like purposes in the said 
county, during the years 1912, 1913, 1914 and 1915. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. 
McKenzie Not printed. 

122. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th April, 1916, for a copy of all letters, petitions, 

correspondence and telegrams exchanged between the Government, its district engineer, 

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and all other persons, concerning either the construction or repairing or purchase of the 
wharves at the following places : He Perrot Sud, the Church in the Village of He Pe 
the Village of Vaudreuil, Pointe Cavagnal, Hudson, Rigaud, Graham, Pointe Fortune, 
and lie Perrot Nord. Also, a copy of all specifications and reports already brought down 
at my lequest in relation to the documents prior to and since 1904, and a statement of 
the amounts that have been paid for such construction or repairs, and to whom they 
were paid. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. Boyer Not prime,!. 

122«- Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1916, for a copy of all letters, 
petitions, correspondence, telegrams and reports, exchanged between the Government, 
the engineers residing in the district, and all other persons, concerning the construction 
and repairing done to the wharves mentioned below, since 1904, and of all data and 
reports already produced at my request and relating to documents prior to 1904 ; also 
the amounts of money paid for such construction and repairing, and to whom paid : — 
The wharf at He Perrot North, South, and at the Church ; of the Village of Vaudreuil ; 
of Pointe Cavagnal; of Hudson; of Graham; of Rigaud, and of Pointe Fortune. Pre- 
sented April 30, 1917. — Mr. Boyer Not printed. 

122&- Return to an Order of the House of the 30th April, 1917, for a copy of all letters, petition?, 
correspondence, telegrams and reports exchanged between the Government, the resident 
engineer and all other persons, concerning the construction and repairing done to the 
wharves at He Perrot North, South and at the Church ; Village of Vaudreuil, Pointe 
Cavagnal, Hudson, Graham, Rigaud and Point Fortune since 1904. Also, a copy of all 
data and reports regarding above already produced at my request relating to documents 
' prior to 1904, showing the amounts of money paid for such construction and repairing, 
and to whom paid. And also, return to an Order of the House of the 30th April, 1917, 
for a copy of all letters, petitions, correspondence and telegrams exchanged between the 
Government, the district engineer, and any other persons conoerning either the con- 
struction, repairing or purchase of the wharves at He Perrot South, the Church in the 
Village of He Perrot, Village of Vaudreuil, Pointe Cavagnal, Hudson, Rigaud, Graham, 
Pointe Fortune and He Perrot North, since 1904. Also a copy of all specifications and 
reports already brought down at my request in relation to above prior to, and since 1904, 
giving a statement of the amounts that have been paid for such, construction or repairs, 
showing to whom they were paid. Presented August 13, 1917. — Mr. Boyer. 

Not prin led. 

123- Return to an Order of the House of the 19th April, 1916, for a copy of all letters, petitions, 

correspondence and telegrams exchanged between the Government, its resident engineer, 
and all other prsons, concerning the dredging work done at the following places : — Ste. 
Anne de Bellevue, Pointe Fortune, Ottawa River Channel between He au Foin and He a 
Paquin, Graham channel, Rigaud channel, Hudson Heights channel, Hudson, Como, 
Pointe Cavagnal, channel at Vaudreuil Village, Dorion Bay channel, He Perrot Church, 
He Perrot Sud Wharf, and He Perrot Nord Wharf. Also, a statement of the amounts 
paid to different persons, companies, etc., for such work, the dates, etc., and a copy cf 
the estimates already brought down at my request, the whole since 19D4. Presented 
April 30, 1917. — Mr. Boyer Not printed. 

123a Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1916, for a copy of all letters, 
petitions, correspondence, telegrams and reports exchanged between the Government, the 
resident engineer of the district, and all other persons, concerning the. dredging ■« 
done at the peaces below named, and the amount of money paid to divers, persons com- 
panies, etc., for such work, as well as the statements already presented at any request, 
the whole since 1904: — At the wharf of He Perrot, North, South and at the Church; in 
Dorion Bay channel ; at Vaudreuil Village channel ; at Pointe Cavagnal ; at Como ; at 
Hudson ; at Hudson Heights channel ; at Graham channel ; in the Rigaud River chan- 
nel ; in the Ottawa river; He aux Poires channel; at Pointe Fortune, and at Ste- Anne 
de Bellevue channel. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. Boyer Not printed. 

124- Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd May, 1916. for a copy of all letters, telegrams, 

bills, vouchers and memoranda in connection with the repairs to the wharf at Upper 
Prospect, Halifax County, N.S., in 1 9 1 r> . Presented April 30, 1917.— Mr. McLean. 
• H a-lif a.r) '. Not prititi </. 

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125. Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd May, 1916, for a copy of all letters, telegrams, 

bills, vouchers and memoranda in connection with the repair? to the wharf at 
Shad Bay, Halifax County, N.S., in 1915. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. McLean 
(Halifax) Not printed. 

126. Return to an Order of the House of the 1st February, 1917, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence in the possession of the Department of* Public Works bearing date after September, 
1911, relating to the expenditure of money voted last session for harbour improvements 
at Tracadie, in the County of Antigonish, including copies of all letters relating to the 
same written by Mr. G. A. R. Rollings to the said Minister of Public Works or to any 
other member of the Government. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair. .Not printed. 

127. Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd February, 1917, for a copy of all letters, 

telegrams, reports and other documents received by the Government during the years 
1915 and 1916, relative to the repairs required on the breakwater at Souris, P.E.I. 
Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. Hughes (Kings, P.E.I.) Not printed. 

128. Return to an Order of the House of the 1st February, 1917, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence in the possession of the Department of Public Works bearing date after September, 
1911, relating to the extension of a breakwater at Breen's Point, in the County of Anti- 
gonish. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair . .Not printed. 

129. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, vouchers, etc., in connection with the construction of the Mushaboom Har- 
bour Wharf, Halifax County, in 1913. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. McLean 
(Halifax) Not printed. 

130. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a return showing all ex- 

penditures made since March 31, 1916, by the Public Works Department in the several 
provinces of Canada, specifying the name of the work, the amount already spent thereon, 
and the estimated total expenditure in each case. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. 
McLean (Halifax) Not printed. 

131. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence, vouchers, etc., in connection with the construction of the Port Dufferin West 
Wharf, Halifax County, in 1913-14. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. McLean (Halifax). 

Not printed 

132. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, vouchers, etc., in connection with the repairs to the. Port Dufferin East 
Wharf, Halifax County, in 1915. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. McLean (Halifax). 

Not printed. 

133. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence, vouchers, etc., in connection with the construction of a wharf at Ecum Secum West, 
Halifax County. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. McLean (Halifax) Not printed. 

134. Return to an Order of the House of the 27th March, 1916, for a copy of all correspondence, 

letters, telegrams, etc., in any way referring to the dredging at Margaree Harbour, In- 
verness County, N.S., during 1913, 1914, 1915 and 1916. Presented April 30, 1917. — Mr. 
Chishohn Not printed. 

135. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 1142, dated the 24th day of April, 1917, under the provi- 

sions of the War Measures Act, 1914, containing regulations under which British ships 
registered in Canada, or under construction for neutral owners, may until further order 
be requisitioned by His Majesty for the carriage of foodstuffs, etc, or for any purpose 
whatsoever; and cancelling Orders in Council, P.C. 2923, dated the 24th day of 
November 1916, and P.C. 1915, dated the 31st day of March, 1917, in respect thereto. 
Also certified copy of a report of the Committee of the Privy Council, approved by His 
Excellency the Governor General on the 30th day of January, 1917, respecting the 
exercise of the requisitioning power by His Majesty's Government in the case of Can- 
adian vessels. Presented by Hon. Mr. Reid, April 30, 1917 Not printed. 

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136. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd April, 1917, for a return show- 

ing: — 1. The names, former post office addresses, occupations and salaries paid to the 
censors and decoders in the employ of the Government at Hazel Hill and Canso during 
the year 1916. 2. How much has been expended in connection with this service at Canso 
and Hazel Hill since the first of August, 1914, up to the present date. 3. How much has 
been expended in connection with the said service in embracing all the stations in the 
province of Nova Scotia from August 1, 1914, up to the present date. Presented May 2, 
1917. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

137. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd April, 1917, for a copy of all contracts and 

agreements between Sir Charles Ross, his successors or assigns, and His Majesty the 
King, represented by the Minister of Militia and Defence, since and including the agree- 
ment between them dated the 27th day of March, AD., 1902. Presented May 2, 1917. 
Mr. Northrup Printed for Sessional Papers only. 

138. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd April, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. How 

many permanent civil servants or officials were in the employ of the Department of 
Militia and Defence on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 31st of March, 
1917. 2. How many temporary civil servants and employees of all kinds were in the 
employ of the said Department on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 
31st of March, 1917. 3. How many permanent civil servants or officials were appointed 
by said Department since the 1st of August, 1914. 4. How many temporary civil servants 
and employees were employed by said Department since August 1, 1914. 5. What was 
the gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses to both permanent 
and temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1914. 
6. What was the gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses of all 
permanent and temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 
31, 1917. 7. How many civil servants were appointed by said Department since October 
10, 1911, under the provisions of Section 21 of the Civil Service Act. Presented May 
2, 1917. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

138«- Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd May, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. 
How many permanent civil servants or officials were in the employ of the Department 
of Naval Affairs on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 31st of March, 
1917. 2. How many temporary civil servants and employees of all kinds were in the 
employ of the said Department on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 
31st of March, 1917. 3. How many permanent civil servants or officials were appointed 
by said Department since the 1st of August, 1914. 4. How many temporary civil servants 
and employees were employed by said Department since August 1, 1914. 5. What was the 
gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses to both permanent and 
temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1911. 6. 
What was the gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses of all 
permanent and temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 
31, 1917. 7- How many civil servants were appointed by said Department since October 
10, 1911, under the provisions of Section 21 of the Civil Service Act. Presented May 
16, 1917. — Mr. Chishohn Not printed. 

138&. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd May, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. How many 
permanent civil servants or officials were in the employ of the Department of Marine 
and Fisheries on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 31st day of March, 
1917. 2. How many temporary civil servants and employees of all kinds were in the 
employ of the said Department on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 
31st of March, 1917. 3. How many permanent civil servants or officials were appointed 
by said Department since the 1st of August, 1914. 4. How many temporary civil servants 
and employees were employed by said Department since August 1, 1914, 5. What was the 
gros:? amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses to both permanent and 
temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1911. 6. 
What was the gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses of all 

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permanent and temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 
31, 1917. 7. How many civil servants were appointed by said Department since October 
10, 1911, under the provisions of Section 21 of the Civil Service Act. Presented May 
31, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

138". Return to an Order of the House of the 9th May, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. How 
many permanent civil servants or officials were in the employ of the Department of Ex- 
ternal Affairs on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 31st of March, 
1917. 2. How many temporary civil servants and employees of all kinds were in the 
employ of the said Department on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 
31st of March, 1917. 3. How many permanent civil servants or officials were appointed 
by said Department since the 1st of August, 1914. 4. How many temporary civil servants 
and employees were employed by said Department since August 1, 1914,' 5. What was the 
gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses to both permanent and 
temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1911. 6. 
What was the gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses of all 
permanent and temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 
31, 1917. 7. How many civil servants were appointed by said Department since October 
• 10, 1911, under the provisions of Section 21 of the Civil Service Act. Presented June 
1, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair . .Not printed. 

138<*. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th May, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. How 
many permanent civil servants or officials were in the employ of the Department 
of Justice on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 31st of March, 
1917. 2. How many temporary civil servants and employees of all kinds were in the 
employ of the said Department on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 
31st of March, 1917. 3. How many permanent civil servants or officials were appointed 
by said Department since the 1st of August, 1914. 4. How many temporary civil servants 
and employees were employed by said Department since August 1, 1911, 5. What was the 
gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses to both permanent and 
temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1911. 6. 
What was the gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses of all 
permanent and temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 
31, 1917. 7. How many civil servants were appointed by said Department since October 
10, 1911, under the provisions of Section 21 of the Civil Service Act. Presented June 
21, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

138e. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th May, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. How 
many permanent civil servants or officials were .in the employ of the Department 
of Finance on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 31st of March, 
1917. 2. How many temporary civil servants and employees of all kinds were in the 
employ of the said Department on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 
31st of March, 1917. 3. How many permanent civil servants or officials were appointed 
by said Department since the 1st of August, 1914. 4. How many temporary civii servants 
and employees were employed by said Department since August 1, 1914, 5. What was the 
gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses to both permanent and 
temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1911. 6. 
What was the gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses of all 
permanent and temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 
31, 1917. 7. How many civil servants were appointed by said Department since October 
10, 1911,. under the provisions of Section 21 of the Civil Service Act. Presented Juno 
29, 1912. — M. Maclean (Halifax) 2Vo£ printed. 

138/. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd May 1917, for a return showing: 1. How 

. many permanent civil servants and officials were in the employ of the Department of 
Indian Affairs on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 31st of March, 
1917. 2. How many temporary civil servants and employees of all kinds were in the 
employ of the said Department on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 
31st of March, 1917. 3. How many permanent civil servants or officials were appointed 

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by said Department since 1st of August, 1914. 4. How many temporary civil servants 
and employees were employed by said Department since August 1, 1914, 5. What was the 
gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses to both permanent and 
temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1914. C. 
What was the gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses of all 
permanent and temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 
31, 1917. 7. How many civil servants were appointed by said Department since October 
10, 1911, under the provisions of Section 21 of the Civil Service Act. Presented by Hon. 
Mr. Roche, July 10, 1917. — Mr. Kyte ~ Not printed. 

138 f ' Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd April, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. 
How many permanent civil servants or officials were in the employ of the Department 
of Agriculture on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 31st day of March, 
1917. 2. How many temporary civil servants and employees of all kinds were in the 
employ of the said Department on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 
31st of March, 1917. 3. How many permanent civil servants or officials were appointed 
by said Department since the 1st of August, 1914. 4. How many temporary civil servants 
and employees were employed by said Department since August 1, 1914, 5. What was th"e 
gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses to both permanent and 
temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1914. 6. 
What was the gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses of all 
permanent and temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 
31, 1917. 7. How many civil sen-ants were appointed by said Department since October 
10, 1911, under the provisions of Section 21 of the Civil Service Act. Presented August 
15, 1917. — Mr. Hughes (P.E.I.) Not printed. 

138ft. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd May, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. How 
many permanent civil servants or officials were in the employ of the Department of State 
and Mines on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 31st of March, 
1917. 2. How many temporary civil servants and employees of all kinds were in the 
employ of the said Department on the 10th day of October, 1911, and how many on the 
31st of March, 1917. 3. How many permanent civil servants or officials were appointed 
by said Department since the 1st of August, 1914. 4. How many temporary civil servants 
and employees were employed by said Department since August 1, 1914, 5. What was the 
gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses to both permanent and 
temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1911. 6. 
What was the gross amount paid by said Department for salaries and expenses of all 
permanent and temporary civil servants and employees for the fiscal year ending March 
31, 1917. 7. How many civil servants were appointed by said Department since October 
10, 1911, under the provisions of Section 21 of the Civil Service Act. Presented August 
21, 1917. — Mr. McKenzie Not printed. 

139. Return to an address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 23rd April, 1917, 

for a copy of the Order in Council and all other papers in connection with the awarding 
of the contract to J. C. Shields and others, or to the Inland Express Company for 
carrying the mails from Ashcroft to Fort George, B.C. Presented May 2, 1917. — Mr. 
Turriff Not printed. 

140. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 31st January, 1917, 

for a copy of all correspondence exchanged with the Governement of the Province of 
Manitoba concerning a statute passed by the Legislature of Manitoba at its last session, 
entitled, " An Act to amend the Jury Act " ; together with copies of all Orders in 
Council respecting same. Presented May 3, 1917. — Sir Wilfrid Laurier. . Not printed 

141. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th February, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. 

The number of interned aliens, and nationality of each, employed on public works since 
the 4th August, 1914. 2. The number employed in industrial work in the provinces of 
Canada, and the nationality of each, since the 1st of August, 1914. 3. The number so 

employed at the present time. Presented May 3, 1917. — Mr. Kyte Not printed. 

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142. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd May, 1917, for a copy of the report of the 

Royal Commission appointed by Order in Council, 20th September, 1916, to inquire into 
and report upon the conditions in regard to the delivery of cargoes of coal to coasting 
vessels in the Maritime Provinces. Presented May 7, 1917. — Mr. Hughes {Kings, 
P.E.I. ) Not printed. 

143. Return to an Order of the House of the 3lst January, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. 

How many applicants for enlistment in the Canadian Overseas Forces have been 
rejected on account of being physically unfit. 2. How many have been discharged after 
enlistment for the same reason. Presented May 7, 1917. — Mr. Steele.. ..Not printed. 

143a. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th April, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. How 
many Americans have enrolled in Canadian Regiments since the commencement of the 
war. 2. How many natives of the British Isles are so enrolled in Canada since the 1st 
of August, 1914. Presented July 31, 1917. — Mr. Boulay ■ Not printed. 

143b- Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. 
How many men have enlisted in Canada for overseas service. 2. How many of these 
have been subsequently discharged as unfit. 3. How many of these were discharged in 
Canada, and how many overseas. Presented May 7, 1917. — Mr. Graham. .Not printed. 

143c. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th May, 1917. for a return showing: — 1. 
Whether the Minister of Militia or any of the authorities of the Militia Department has 
official statistics as to the recruiting of soldiers in Canada for overseas service. 2. If 
so, what the correct figures are of enlistments in the different overseas regiments raised 
since August, 1914, to date (a) Canadian speaking the French language; (b)Canadians 
speaking the English language and born in Canada; (c) British subjects by birth born 
outside of Canada; (d) British subjects by naturalization; (c) British subjects by 
birth born outside of Canada; (d) British subjects by naturalization; (e) French Can- 
adian soldiers in regiments commanded by officers speaking the English language raised 
in the province of Quebec ; and (/) French Canadian soldiers in battalions raised in the 
other provinces of Canada. Presented June 14, 1917. — Mr. Lanctot Not printed. 

143d. Copy of Census Statistics showing Summary of Strength of all Units of the Canadian 
Expeditionary Forces in England, period 14th May, 1917, together with statement show- 
ing number of Canadian troops in France, England, in the Near East, St. Lucia and in 
Canada, June, 1917. Presented by Sir Edward Kemp, June 15, 1917.. . .Not printed. 

144. PC. 2314, dated 7th October, 1916, appointing a Special Seed Commissioner and three 

assistants, with authority to purchase seed wheat to fill requisitions for seed from 
municipal governing bodies in districts that have suffered crop failure due to the pre- 
valence of rust and frost. Also, P.C. 3073, dated 14th December, 1916, authorizing the 
Special Seed Commission to purchase seed oats and seed barley to fill requisitions for 
seed from municipal governing bodies and farmers' organizations in districts where 
there is no supply. Presented by Hon. Mr. Burrell, May 8, 1917 Not printed. 

145. Return to an Order of the House of the 1st February, 1917, fbr a copy of all communica- 

tions, reports 'and documents concerning the alleged treatment of Thos. Kelly, a pri- 
soner in the Stony Mountain Penitentiary. Presented May 9, 1917. — Mr. Buchanan. 

Not printed. 

146. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 1183, dated 28th April, 1917, authorizing the granting, at 

the request of His Majesty's Government in England, of a further 300 miles of rails for 
use in France in connection with the war. Presented by Hon. Mr. Meighen, May 10, 
1917 Not printed. 

146a- Return to an Order of the House of the 13th June, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. Be- 
tween what points on the Canadian Northern Railway Line west of Edmonton the rails 
are to be taken up to be placed on the Grand Trunk Pacific Line. 2. Between what 
points on the Grand Trunk Pacific Line west of Edmonton the rails of the Grand Trunk 
are to be replaced by rails of the Canadian Northern Railway. Presented June 14, 
1917. — Mr. Oliver Not printed. 

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146&. Tabulated statement showing list of points on the Eastern Division of the National 
Transcontinental Railway from which rails were lifted for shipment overseas to France, 
mileage lifted at each point and replaced with rails from Intercolonial Railway (to- 
gether with a map accompanying same). Presented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, June 21, 
1917 1# Not printed. 

147. Return called for by Section 88, of Chapter 62, Revised Statutes of Canada, requiring 

that the Minister of the Interior shall lay before Parliament, each year, a return of 
liquor brought from any place out of Canada into the Territories by special permission 
in writing of the Commissioner of the Northwest Territories, for the year ending 31st 
December, 1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Roche, May 11, 1917 Not printed. 

148. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 30th April, 1917, 

for a copy of the application for Arbitration Boards made to the Labour Department 
by the Provincial Workman's Association or its officers and the United Mines Workmen 
of Nova Scotia or its officers. Also a copy of all letters, copies of letters and other 
documents relating to this matter, along with all letters, papers, other documents and 
Orders in Council relative to the appointment of a Commission to investigate labour 
and other conditions in the County of Cape Breton. Presented May 11, 1917. — Mr. 
Kyte Not printed. 

149. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd May, 1917, for a copy of all letters, copies 

of letters, telegrams, reports and all other documents relative to the purchase of the 
two vessels, A. J. McKee and T. J. Drummonds, by the Railway Department under the 
Order "in Council dated April 17, 1917. Presented May 14, 1917. — Mr. Macdonald. 

Not printed. 

150- Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence, telegrams, memoranda, etc., by and with the Department of Railways in con- 
nection with the naming of stations on the Halifax and Eastern Railway. Presented 
May 14, 1917. — Mr. Maclean {Halifax) Not printed. 

151. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd April, 1917, for a copy of all statements,' 

reports, evidence, letters and other papers and documents in the possession of the 
Department of Railways and Canals relating to a claim for a horse belonging to one 
Dan McFarlane, injured at Brinley Brook, N.S., by the Canadian Government Railway. 
Presented May 15, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

152. Return to an Order of the House of the 25th April, 1917, for a copy of all documents, 

papers, correspondence and reports concerning the suspension of Polydore Lebel, 
engineer on the Intercolonial Railway at Riviere du Loup, as a result of a wreck in the 
year 1916. Presented May 15, 1917. — Mr. Lapointe (Kamouraska) Not printed. 

153. Return to an Order of the House, of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all letters, 

telegrams and other documents relative to the removal of Mr. Spenny as Trackmaster on 
the Short Line, so-called, of the Canadian Government Railway, and to the appoint- 
ment of Henry Gray as his successor. Presented May 15, 1917. — Mr. Macdonald. 

Not printed. 

154. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General, of the 7th February. 

1916, for a copy of all papers in connection with the appointment of Leon Roy as inter- 
preter in the Department of the Interior ; and also a copy of the Order in Council, 
documents and correspondence relating to his dismissal. Presented May 16, 1917. — 
Sir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

155. Return to an Order of the House, of the 30th April, 1917, for a copy of all letters, papers, 

telegrams and other documents relative to the establishment of the Canadian Govern- 
ment Railway Employees Magazine, showing the circulation thereof, the cost of pro- 
duction, receipts, and the persons employed in connection therewith, giving a state- 
ment of the amount received by said persons from the Railway in any capacity. Pre- 
sented May 21, 1917. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21— Continued. 

156. Return to an Order of the House, of the 22nd March, 1916, for a Return showing: — 1. 

The number of conductors, brakemen, drivers and firemen, respectively, who were on 
duty on the Canadian Government Railways between Moncton and Campbellton during 
the month of February, 1916. 2. The number of hours each of the above mentioned 
trainmen and enginemen were on duty each trip between said points during said month 
of February, 1916. Presented May 21, 1917. — Mr. Copp Not printed. 

157. Report of Exchequer Court proceedings under Section 49A of the Indian Aot, in respect 

to the removal of the Indians from Sydney Reserve, Nova Scotia. Presented by Ifon. 
Mr. Roche, May 22, 1917 Not printed. 

158. Report of the work of the Military Hospitals Commission from its inception to the 

present date. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, May 23, 1917 Not printed. 

159. Copy of correspondence between Members of the Government and the Canadian Manu- 

facturers Association respecting the purchase of supplies for the Canadian Expedi- 
tionary Forces in England and at the Front. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, May 
23,1917 Not printed. 

160. Return to an Order of the House, of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of the correspondence 

between the Prime Minister and the ex-Minister of Militia and Defence, which led to 
the latter's resignation or dismissal from the Government. Presented by Sir Robert 
Borden, May 23, 1917. — Mr. Hughes (King's, P.E.I.) Not printed. 

161. Return to an humble Address of the Senate to His Excellency the Governor General, 

dated the 26th day of January, 1917, for a statement showing the date and object of 
all commissions instituted by the Government of the day, since its accession to power 
in 1911, up to the present date; the number of days during which each of these 
commissions sat, giving the names of the individuals who formed part of such com- 
missions, and what was the cost of each to the country. (Senate.) Not printed. 

161a. Part Return to an humble Address of the Senate, dated the 7th day of February, 1917, 
to His Excellency the Governor General, for : — A statement showing the date, the 
object and the personnel of all commissions instituted by the late Government from 
its accession to power in 1896, up to the accession to power of the present Government 
in 1911, the number of days during which each of these commissions set, and what 
was the cost of eaoh to the country. (Senate.) Not printed. 

162. Order in Council P.C. 1433, dated 24th May, 1917, containing regulations concerning the 

departure out of "Canada of male persons who are liable to or capable of national 
service of a military or other charaoter. Presented by Hon. Mr. Roche, May 29, 1917. 

Not printed. 

163. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General, of the 23rd May, 1917, for 

a copy of the Order in Council, if any, providing that preference in appointments to the 
Civil Service should be given to returned soldiers. Presented May 29, 1917. — Mr. 
Boulay Not printed. 

164. Return to an Order of the House, of the 3rd February, 1917, for a oopy of all reports 

findings, evidence, memoranda, etc., in connection with the inquiry into the damages 
sustained by H.M.C.S. Grilse en route from Halifax to Bermuda. Presented May 30, 
1917. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax.) Not printed. 

165. Return to an Order of the House, of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all letters, peti- 

tions, correspondence, telegrams and reports in any way referring to the dismissal 
or retirement of D. McDermid, Superintendent of Fish Hatchery at East Margaree, 
and the appointment of his successor. Presented May 30, 1917. — Mr. Chisholm. 

Not printed. 

166. Return to an Order of the House, of the 25th April, 1917, for a copy of all letters, tele- 

grams, reports and other papers and documents relative to the application of Willis 
Keizer of Hall's Harbour, King's County, N.S., for a license to operate a fishing weir 
at Square Cove, King's County, N.S. Presented May 30, 1917. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax.) 

Not printed. 

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CONTENTS 01 VOLUME 21— Continued. 

167. Return to ari Address to His Excellency the Governor General, of the 23rd April, IS 17, 

for a copy of all correspondence, memoranda. Orders in Council, etc., in reference to 
the dismissal of Moses H. Nickerson, as Inspector of Life-saving Stations in Nova 
Scotia Presented May 30, 1P17. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax) Not printed. 

168. Copies of Pension Regulations with amendments and as amended to February 28, 19JZ, 

with copies of Orders in Council relating thereto. Presented by Sir Thomas White, 
May 30, 1917 Printed for sessional papers only. 

168a. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 277, dated 30th January, 1917, regarding pensions of 
officers or their dependants in respect of the exchange of officers between the Govern- 
ment of Canada and the Imperial Government. Presented by Sir Edward Kemp, 
August 20, 1917 Not printed. 

169. Return to an Order of the House, of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all letters, corres- 

pondence, petitions, telegrams and reports between the Minister of Marine and 
Fisheries and any person or persons in any way referring to the removal of the salmon 
nets on that portion of the coast of Inverness extending east and west from the mouth 
of the Margaree River. Presented May 31, 1917. — Mr. Chishohn Not printed. 

170. Return to an Order of the House, of the 2nd May, 1917, for a copy of the report of the 

Commission appointed to investigate the condition of the Military Hospital at Halfax, 
with a copy of the evidence taken by said Commission at Halifax and all other docu- 
ments in the possession of the Department of Militia and Defence in connection with 
such investigation. Presented May"* 31, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

171. Return to an Order of the House, of the 7th May, 1917, for a return showing the 

amount paid or spent by the Department of Militia in advertising for recruits in 
Canada, showing the persons, firms and corporations to whom the payments were made, 
up to April 1, 1917. Presented May 31, 1917. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

172. Finding of the Court of Inquiry appointed by the Adjutant-General by Orders dated 

the 1st May, 1917, for the purpose of collecting and recording evidence in connection 
with the allegations contained in several newspapers that Troop Trains had been 
stoned passing through Riviere-du-Doup, Quebec, and other places, and for the purpose 
of collecting and recording any other evidence which, in the opinion of the Members 
of the Court, in any way relates to or has a bearing on this matter. Presented by Sir 
Edward Kemp, May 81, 1917.. Not prinUd. 

173. Finding of the Court of Inquiry appointed by the Adjustant-General by Orders dated 

the 1st May, 1917, for the purpose of collecting and recording evidence in connection 
with the allegations contained in several newspapers accusing the citizens of Quebec 
of maltreating or allowing to be maltreated, soldiers returning from the War and 
passing through or sojourning in Quebec, and for the purpose of collecting and recording 
any other evidence which, in the opinion of the Members of the Court, in any way 
relates to or has a bearing on the matter. Presented by Sir Edward Kemp, May 31, 
1917 Not printed. 

174. Return to an Order of the House, of the 7th May, 1917, for a copy of all aeco 

letters, claims, correspondence and other documents relating to the following amounts 
mentioned in the Report of the Auditor General 1916, Vol. 11, page D— 11 : — Mr. 
Justice L. P. Pelletier. travelling expenses, $877 ; Mr. Justice I. X. Belleau, travelling 
expenses, $1,984.44 ; Mr. Justice T. H. Chauvin, travelling expenses, $1,421.25 ; Mr. 
Justice B. LeTellier, travelling expenses, $1,923.80. Presented May 31, 1917. — Mr. 
Lanctot Not printed. 

175. Return to an Order of the House, of the 30th May, 1917, for a Return showing: — 1. The 

number of persons appointed to permanent position on the Canadian Government Rail- 
ways from January 1, 1916, to March 31, 1917, who were not previously employed on 
the said Railways. 2. Their names, salaries and the positions to which they were 
appointed. Presented May 31, 1917. — Mr. Copp Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21— Continued. 

176. Return to an Order of the House, of the 12th February, 1915, for a Return showing how 

many persons of German nationality are employed in the several Departments of the 

Federal Government, in what capacity and the salaries received respectively. Fre- 

. sented June 1, 1917. — Mr. Delisle Not printed. 

177. Return to an Order of the House, of the 1st May, 1916, for a copy of all correspondence 

and papers relating to the change in the location of the post office at Rosefoerg, Alberta. 
Presented June 1, 1917. — Mr. Buchanan Not printed. 

178. Return to an Order of the House, of the 8th May, 1916, for a copy of all correspondence, 

letters and telegrams relating to the dismissal of Augustin D. Lauteigne as Postmaster 
of Island River, Gloucester County, N.B. Presented June 1, 1917. — Mr. Turgeon. 

Not printed. 

179." Return to an Order of the House, of the 31st January, 1917, for a copy of all letters 
and telegrams in the Post Office Department in reference to the removal of Pearson's 
Post Office, Township of Casey, in the Constituency of Nipissing, from where it was 
located to its present location. Presented June 1, 1917. — Mr. Turriff.. ..Not printed. 

180. Return to an Order of the House, of the 5th February, 1917, for a copy of all letters, 

reports, papers and other documents relative to the dismissal of John R. Mcintosh as 
Postmaster of Cummings Mountain, Pictou County, and the appointment of James 
Cummings as his successor. Presented June 1, 1917. — Mr. Macdonald . . . .Not printed. 

181. Return to an Order of- the House, of the 2nd May, 1917, for a Return showing: — The 

gross amount paid by the Government since October, 1911, to H. P. Duchemin, of 
Sydney, iN.B., for services and disbursements under the Public Inquiries Act, or other- 
wise. Presented June 1, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed'. 

182. Return to an Order of the House, of the 3rd February, 1917, for a copy of all corres- 

pondence, letters, telegrams and other documents concerning the cancelling by the 
Post Office Department of the rural mail contract granted to Hyppolite Lambert of St. 
Antoine, in tine County of Lotbiniere, Que. Presented June 1, 1917. — Mr. Fortier. 

Not printed. 

183. Reports, pursuant to a Resolution of the House adopted on the ISth May, 1916, based 

on a recommendation of the Joint Committee of both Houses on Printing of Parliament, 
requesting information from the several Departments of Government with the view to 
effecting all possible economy in the matter of public printing and the distribution of 
public documents, and the extent, if any, to which such recommendations have been 
carried into effect. Presented by Hon. Mr. Patenaude, June 1, 1917.. ..Not printed. 

184. Return to an Order of the House, of 21st May, 1917, for a copy of all correspondence, 

reports and recommendations, if any, from the Grain Commission to the Department of 
Trade and Commerce or any other Department of the Government at Ottawa, follow- 
ing a meeting of the Grain Commissioners held in Lethbridge this year. Presented June 
1, 1917. — Mr. Buchanan Not printed. 

185. Order in Council passed in conformity with provisions of 4-5 George V., OJiapter 20, 8-15 
. (C. N. Railway.) — (The Senate) Not printed. 

186. Return to an Order of the House, of the 3rd February, 1917, for a return showing the 

quantity and value of exports in following commodities for the first nine months of 
present fiscal year : — Horses ; brass and manufacturers of same ; wheat, breadstuffs ; 
oats and grain other than wheat ; automobiles, bicycles, motorcycles and parts of same, 
including engines and tires ; railway cars and parts ; chemicals ; copper and manufac- 
tures of same ; cotton manufactures ; explosives ; iron and steel and manufactures of 
same ; firearms and munitions ; leather and manufactures of same ; meat and dairy 
products ; alcohol ; vegetables, dried and canned ; lead ; wearing apparel of all kinds ; 
zinc and manufactures of same ; paper and manufactures of same. Presented June 4, 
1917. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax) Printed for sessional papers only. 

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187. Return to an Order of the House, of the 30th April, 1917, for a copy of all documents, 

correspondence, letters, telegrams, memoranda and reports exchanged between the 'Ser- 
geant-at-Arms of the House of Commons and the Honourable Albert Sevigny ; the 
Sergeant-at-Arms and the Justice Department, and between the Department of Justice 
and the Honourable Albert Sevigny, concerning certain effects, furniture and orna- 
ments connected with the Speaker's Apartments. Also, copy of all accounts, receipts, 
bills of lading and transportation accounts concerning the said effects, furniture and 
ornaments. Presented June 5, 1917. — Mr. Lanctot Not printed. 

188. Copy of Order in Council P.C. 1457, dated the 29th May, 1917, respecting pay to mem- 

bers of the Civil Service who join the Military forces of Canada either by voluntary 
enlistment or otherwise from and after the date hereof. Presented by Sir Thomas 
White, June 6, 1917 Not printed. 

189. Copy of General Reports of W. F. O'Connor, K.C., Acting Commissioner re Cost of Living. 

concerning the production, cost, selling prices, and distribution system of refined sugar. 
Presented by Hon. Mr. Crothers, June 6, 1917 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

190. Copy of Reports of W. F. O'Connor, on the subject of the Anthracite Coal business in 

Canada. Presented by Hon. Mr. Crothers, June 6, 1917. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

191. Return to an humble Address of the Senate to His Excellency the Governor General, 

dated the 22nd of May last, showing a copy of: — All correspondence exchanged between 
the Government or its Ministers, the Minister of Militia, the Militia Council, Major- 
General F. L. Lessard, C.B., Inspector-General, or any other person, and Lieutenant- 
Colonel Armand Lavergne, O.C., the 61st Regiment or any other person, on the subject 
of the territorial defence of the Province of Quebec, as well as copy of all Orders in 
Council or documents relating to this subject. — (Senate) Not printed. 

192. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 1579, dated 8th June, 1917, appointing a Fuel Controller 

for Canada. Presented by Sir George Foster, May 12, 1917. 

Printed for sessional papers only. 

192a. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 1460, dated 16th June, 1917, re the appointment of 
an Officer to be known as Food Controller for Canada, and specifying his powers and 
duties. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, June 19, 1917. 

Printed for sessional papers only. 

193. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 16'04, dated 11th June, re the establishment of "The 

Board of Grain Supervisors of Canada." And also. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 
16i05, dated 11th June, 1917, appointing certain persons as members of "The Board of 
Grain Supervisors of Canada." Presented by Sir George Foster, May 12, 1917. 

Printed for sessional papers only. 

194. Copies of Census Statistics of male population of Canada, Census of 1911, between the 

ages of 20 and 45, both years inclusive, according to conjugal condition and nativity. 
Presented by Sir Edward Kemp, June 13, 1917. 

Printed for sessional papers only. 

195. Copies of The King's Regulations and Orders for the Army, 1912, re-printed with 

amendments published in Army Orders up to 1st August, 1914. Presented by Sir 
Edward Kemp, June 13, 1917 Not printed. 

196. Copies of Manual of Military Law, War Office, 1914. Presented Sir Edward Kemp. 

June 13, 1917 Not printed. 

197. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 987, dated 10th April, 1917, as amended by Order in 

Council No. 1451, dated 25th May, 1917: Regulations, being as Consolidation of and 
additions to various Orders in Council made in consequence of the War, the whole to 
be known as the " Defence of Canada Order, 1917." Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, 
June 13, 1917 Not pnnted. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21— Continued. 

198. Return to an Order of the House, of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all lertters, 

petitions, correspondence, telegrams and reports in any way referring to dismissal, 
retirement or resignation of John McDonald, as Janitor of public building at Inver- 
ness, and the appointment of his successor. Presented June 15, 1917. — Mr. Chiahalm. 

Not printed. 

199. Return to an Order of the House, of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all letters, 

petitions, correspondence, telegrams and reports received by the Government since 
September, 1911, to the present day, in any way referring to the extension and 
repairs to McKay's Point Wharf, Inverness County. Presented June 15, 1917. — Mr. 
Chisholm Not printed. 

200. Return to an Order of the House, of the 7th May, 1917, for a copy of the replies 

which the Government or the Department of Public Works sent to the Resident 
Engineer or other parties in answer to letters, telegrams, or reports in connection with 
the breakwater at Souris, P.E.I. , during the years 1915 and 1916. Presented June 
15, 1917. — Mr. Hughes (King's, P.E.I.) Not printed. 

201. Return to an Order of the House, of the 23rd May, 1917, for a copy of all corres- 

pondence, telegrams, recommendations and other communications relating to the 
dismissal of Hector Urquhart, as lineman on 'the Dominion Government telegraph line 
between Grand River and Enon, Cape Breton County, Nova Scotia, and relating to 
the appointment of Dan. A. McLennan to said position. Presented June 15, 1917. — 
Mr. Kyte Not printed. 

202. Return to an Order of the House, of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all letters, 

petitions, correspondence, telegrams and reports received by the Government since 
September, 1911, to the present day, in any way referring to the extension and 
repairs to Craignish Wharf. Presented June 15, 1917. — Mr. Chisholm. .Not printed. 

203. Return to an Order of the House, of the 3rd May, 1917, for a Return showing-: — 1. The 

amount which has been paid for stenographic reporting for the different Commissions 
or inquiries which have been held by the Government since November, 1911, to the 
present time. 2. The names of the persons to whom these amounts have been paid 
for stenography and the respective amounts paid to each of them. Presented June 
15,1917. — Mr. Verville Not printed. 

203a. Return to an Cfder of the House, of the 3rd May, 1917, for a Return showing: — 1. The 
amount which has been paid for stenographic reporting for the different Commissions 
or inquiries which have been held by the 'Government since November, 1911, to the 
present time. 2. The names of the persons to whom these amounts have been paid 
for stenography and the respective amounts paid to each of them. Presented June 
28. 1917. — Mr. Verville Not printed. 

204. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General, of the 9th May, 1917, 

for a copy of all papers, petitions, telegrams and all other documents sent to the 
Government urging upon them the necessity of abolishing the wet canteen system 
in the camps overseas. Presented June 15, 1917. — Mr. Lemieux Not printed. 

205. Copies of all correspondence, memoranda or other documents received by or sent by 

the Right Honourable the Prime Minister and the Honourable the Minister of Trade 
and Commerce, concerning a project to advertise Canadian products by the organiza- 
tion of an exhibition train of sample goods in France. (Senate) Not printed. 

205a. Supplementary Return to an Order of the Senate, dated the 7th June last, for a 
Return showing: — Copies of all correspondence, memoranda or other documents 
received by or sent by the Right Honourable the Prime Minister and the Honourable 
the Minister of Trade and Commerce, concerning a project to advertise Canadian 
products by the organization of an exhibition train of sample goods in Prance. 

The Senate Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21— Continued. 

206. Letter of the Honourable E. L. Patenaude, MP., to the Right Honourable the Prime 

Minister, resigning his position a® Secretary of State for Canada, and the letter of 
the Prime Minister in acknowledgment thereof. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, 
June 18, 1917 Not printed. 

207. Return to an Order of the House, of the 3rd May, 1917, for a Return showing: — 1. How 

much merchandise has been exported from Canada into Foreign Countries since the 
first of August, 1914, to the present time? 2. How much of these goods have gone 
through the Port of Hamburg? 3. What countries have imported this merchandise 
from Canada, and the respective amounts for each of them? Presented June 18, 
1917. — Mr. Verville Not printed. 

208. Return to an Order of the House, of the 3rd February, 1916, for a return showing the 

itemized disbursements of Ward Fisher, Inspector of Fisheries for Western Nova 
Scotia, for the year 1912, amounting to $388.40, and the year 1913, amounting to 
$1,0'09.84. Presented June 18, 1917. — Mr. Law Not printed. 

209. Return to an Order of the House, of the 23rd April, 1917, for a copy of all papers, 

documents, petitions, memoranda, correspondence, etc., with the Government of British 
Columbia or any member thereof with the Fishery Officers of the Marine and Fisheries 
Department resident in said Province, and with any Company, person or persons 
relating to prohibition of the export of British Columbia salmon since January 20, 
1913. Presented June 18, 1917. — Mr. McKenzie. . .. ^ Not printed. 

210. Statement of Amount and Price of Commodities purchased and sold (including export 

and home consumption) by Cold Storage Companies in Canada from January 1 to 
December 1, 1916. Presented by Hon. Mr. Crothers, June 18, 1917 Not printed. 

210a. Report of W. F. O'Connor, K.O., Acting Commissioner re Cost of Diving, concerning 
Cold Storage Conditions in Canada. Presented by Hon. Mr. Crothers, July 13, 1917. 

Printed tor distribution and sessional papers. 

210b. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 2021, dated 23rd July, 1917, recommending the further 
investigation into the premises, books, papers and records of the William Davies 
Company, Limited, and Matthews-Blackwell, Dtd., as disclosed by the report of W. 
F. O'Connor, Acting Commissioner on the Cost of Living, on the subject of cold 
storage conditions in Canada, and appointing G. F. Henderson, A. B. Brodie and 
Geoffrey Clarkson with all the powers of Bxanriners under Part I of the Inquiries 
Act to inquire into the books, papers, etc., of the said companies; also to recommend 
in writing to the Minister of Labour a standardized system of costs accounting appli- 
cable to the cold storage business by which the net profits of cold storage companies 
in Canada may from time to time be readily ascertained. Presented by Hon. Mr. 
Crothers, July 25, 1917 Not prhited 

211. Return to an Order of the House, of the 11th June, 1917, for a copy of all correspon- 

dence, telegrams, requests, petitions and other papers in the possession of the 
Department of Trade and Commerce relating to providing a supply of salt for the 
fisheries of the Maritime Provinces. Presented by Sir George Foster, June 22, 1917. 

Not pr-inted. 

212. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. No. 1725, dated the 25th June, 1917, creating the 

position of Director of Coal Operations for the southeastern coal fields of the Province 
of British Columbia and the suthwestern coal fields of the Province of Alberta, known 
as District 1*8. And also, — Copy of Order in Council, P.C. No. 1726, dated the 2 .". t h 
June, 1917, appointing W. H. Armstrong, of the City of Vancouver, Director of Coal 
Operations under the provisions of the above Order in Council, P.C. 'No. 1725, dated 
25th June, 1917. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, June 25, 1917 Not pj-inted. 

212«. Return to an Order of the House, of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all letters, 
reports, communications and documents passing between the Minister of Labour and 
the Department of Labour and the officials of District No. 18, United Mine Workers 

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of Alberta, and the officials of the Alberta and Eastern British Columbia Coal Oper- 
ators' Association, concerning the requests made by the Miners for an increase in 
wages due to the increase in the cost of living, between September 1, 1916, and the 
present time. Presented July 12, 1917. — Mr. Buchanan Not printed. 

213. Return to an Order of the House, of the 13th June, 1917, for a Return showing: — 1. 

How many battalions of infantry left Canada with the First Contingent? 2. The 
number, and the designations of the different units of artillery which left with the 
First Contingent? 3. The number and the designation of the different medical corps 
which left Canada with the First Contingent? 4. The number and the designation 
of all the other units which "left with the First Contingent? 5. The names, rank and 
duties of the supernumerary officers who left with the First Contingent. Presented 
June 26, 1917. — Mr. Lachance Not printed. 

214. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General, of the 30th May, 1917, 

for a copy of all correspondence, letters, cables and other documents exchanged 
between the Imperial Government or any of its members or officials with the 
Canadian Government or any of its members or officials, relative to the question of 
the proposed legislation by the Imperial Parliament to validate certain Acts and 
proceedings of the Legislature of British Columbia. Presented June 27, 1917. — Mr. 
Macdonald Not printed. 

215. Return to an Order of the House, of the 4th June, 1917, for a copy of all correspondence 

between the Chief of the Hansard Translation Staff of the House, the Clerk of the 
House and the Speaker, since April 19, 1917, to date. Presented June 28, 1917. — 
Mr. Lemieux Not printed. 

216. Return to an Order of the House, of the 27th March, 1916, for a return showing the 

amounts paid by the Federal Government from the 1st July, 1896, to the 1st 
October, 1911, to the following newspapers: Le Canada, La Presse, La Patrie, Le 
Pays, of Montreal, La Vigie and Le Solert, of Quebec. Presented June 28, 1917. — 
Mr. Boulay .' Not printed. 

217. Return to an Order of the House, of the 3rd May, 1917, for a Return showing the 

number of employees of the following Departments after 1896, and after 1911, 
respectively, viz. : — Inland Revenue, Interior, Public Works, Marine and Fisheries, 
Militia and Defence, Labour and Department of Trade and Commerce. Presented 
June 28. 1917. — Mr. Boulay Not printed. 

218. Return to an Order of the House, of the 7th May, 1917, for a Return showing the 

number of returned soldiers who have been given employment in the various depart- 
ments of the Government. Presented June 22, 1917.— Mr. Lemieux. . . .Not printed. 

219. Return to an Order of the House, of the 25th June, 1917, for a copy of the reports made 

by the Penitentiary Surgeons in connection with the release from Penitentiary of 
Edward Levi Baugh. Presented July 4, 1917. — Mr. Murphy Not printed. 

220. Return to an Order of the House, of the 21st May, 1917, for a return giving the names 

and salaries of employees of the Interior and Indian Departments, (a) Inside Service 
and (b) Outside Service, who volunteered for overseas service, and who were paid 
their full civil salary in addition to their military pay and allowances. 

Those who volunteered for overseas service and who were paid a sufficient portion 
of their civil salary in addition to their military pay and allowances to bring their 
pay up to the amount of their civil salary. 

Those who volunteered for overseas service and who received consideration 
(stating consideration) on account of their civil employment in addition to their 
military pay and allowances. 

Those who volunteered for overseas service and who do not receive any con- 
sideration on account of their civil employment in addition to their military pay and 
allowances. Presented July 5, 1917. — Mr. Oliver ..Not printed. 

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221. Report of Special Trade Commission to Great Britain, Prance and Italy, May- 

'September, 1916. Presented by Sir 'George Foster, July 5, 1917 Not printed. 

222. Return to an Order of the House, of the 13th June, 1917, for a Return showing: — 1. The 

total expenditure connected with Agriculture by the Federal Government in each of 
the fiscal years from 1904-05 to 1916-17, inclusive. 2. How much money was set 
apart by the Agricultural Aid Act of 1912 to assist the Provincial Departments of 
Agriculture to improve and extend their work? 3. How much of above amount was 
given to each Province, and what was accomplished in each Province as a result of 
such assistance? 4. How much money was set apart by the Federal Government under 
the Agricultural Instructions Act of 1913, and under the provisions of the said Act 
what amounts were respectively allotted each year to the several Provinces? 5. 
What the general purpose of said Act is, and to what extent that purpose has been 
made effective in each Province. Presented July 5, 1917. — Mr. Edwards. 

Printed for sessional papers only. 

223. Return to an Order of the House, of the 11th June, 1917, for a Return showing: — 1. 

Whether Mr. Giard, ex-M.P.P. for Compton, is an employee of the Government? 2. If 
so, since when? 3: The number of employees under his orders and their respective 
names? 4. What salary does said Giard receive? 5. The salary of each employee 
under his charge? 6. Whether he has bought, for. the Government, any animals for 
breeding purposes? 7. If so, how many, and the price paid for each? 8. Where these 
animals were bought? 9. How many of them have been rejected or returned to the 
Government or to Mr. Giard? lO.'If any have been refused or returned, why? 11. 
Where the said breeding animals are at present? 12. What the Government or the 
Department of Agriculture intends to do with the animals so refused and returned to 
Mr. Giard? Presented July 5, 1917. — Mr. Gauvreau Not printed. 

224. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General, of the 31st January, 

1917, for a copy of all documents, letters, messages, correspondence, reports and 
particularly an Order in Council dated 6th December, 1898, respecting the exemption 
from military service of the Doukhobors. Presented by Hon. Mr. Roche, July 9, 1917. 
— Mr. McCraney Not printed. 

225. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General, of the 31st January, 

1917, for a copy of all Orders in Council and other documents on file in the Depart- 
ment of Marine and Fisheries relating to the requisitioning of Canadian ships by the 
Canadian Government. Presented July 11, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

226. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th June, 1917, for a return showing the number 

of recruiting officers which have been appointed in the province of Quebec, with the 
names, addresses, nature of functions and salaries of the same. Presented July 11, 
1917. — Mr. Carvell ' ; Not printed. 

226a. Return to an Order of the House of the 18th June, 1917, for a return showing: — l. The 
names and addresses of the parties on Prince Edward Island who have been engaged 
or who are now engaged in recruiting for the army and navy or doing other work of a 
like military character, since August, 1914. 2. The remuneration or pay each of the 
said parties receives and the allowance given for travelling or other expenses. 3. The 
total amount each person has received up to the 1st of June, 1917. Presented July 31, 
1917. — Mr. Hughes (P.E.I.) Not printed. 

227. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th April, 1916, for a return showing: — 1. How 

many clerks there are in the Post Office Department who belong to and are paid from 
the outside service vote, and who work in the inside service. 2. The names of said 
clerks. 3. Salary paid to each. 4. How long each has been in the service of the 
Department. 5. If all or any of the clerks have passed any examination. If so, what 
examination, and on what date or dates. Presented July 14. — Mr. Turriff. .Not pi-inted. 

228. Copy of a memorandum presented by the Southern Slav Committee to the representatives 

of the British Dominions, setting fo^th the aims and aspirations of the Jugo-slavs 
(Serbs, Croats and Slovens) subject to Austro-Hungarian rule. Presented by Sir 

Robert Borden, July 20, 1917 Not printed 

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229. Claims made by Minister of Justice relating to payment of duties by certain provinces. 

(Senate.) Not printed 

230. Copy of Report of Honourable Sir Ezekiel McLeod, Chief Justice of the Province of New- 

Brunswick, and the Honourable Louis Tellier, retired Judge of the Superior Court of 
the Province of Quebec, Commissioners appointed under the Inquiries Act of Canada, 
being Revised Statutes of Canada, 1900, Chapter 104 and Amending Acts, by virtue 
of an Order in Council passed on the 6th June, 1917, whereby the said Commissioners 
were empowered and directed to conduct an inquiry and investigation for the purpose 
of reviewing and considering the evidence taken by Mr. Justice Gait, a Commissioner 
appointed by the Lieutenant-Governor of Manitoba on the 15th day of July, 1916, to 
investigate and report upon certain matters of concern to the Local Government of the 
said province, in the execution of such Commission, and to review and consider his 
reports and findings on such evidence ; and to report whether such evidence sustains 
or supports the findings of the said Commissioner, as set forth in such reports, in so 
far as they reflect upon or prejudicially affect the honour or integrity of the Hon. 
Robert Rogers or the honesty of his dealings or transactions. Presented by Hon. 
Mr. Doherty, July 27, 1917.. ..Printed for distribution — Members and Senators only. 

230" Copy of evidence, exhibits, etc., in respect to the Report of Honourable Sir Ezekiel Mc- 
Leod, Chief Justice of the Province of New Brunswick, and the Honourable Louis 
Tellier, retired Judge of the Superior Court of the Province of Quebec, Commissioners 
appointed under the Inquiries Act of Canada, being Revised Statutes of Canada, 1906, 
Chapter 104 and Amending Acts, by virtue of an Order in Council passed on the 6th 
June, 1917, whereby the said Commissioners were empowered and directed to conduct 
an inquiry and investigation for the purpose of reviewing and considering the evidence 
taken by Mr. Justice Gait, a Commissioner appointed by the Lieutenant-Governor of 
Manitoba on the 15th day of July, 1916, to investigate and report upon certain matters 
of concern to the Local Government of the said province, in the execution of such Com- 
mission, and to review and consider his reports and findings on such evidence ; and to 
report whether such evidence sustains or supports the findings of the said Commissioner 
as set forth in such reports, in so far as they reflect upon or prejudicially affect the 
honour or integrity of the Hon. Robert Rogers, or the honesty of his dealings or 
transactions. Presented by Hon. Mr. Doherty, August 9, 1917 Not printed. 

231. Return to an Order of the House of the 13th June, 1917, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence, letters, telegrams and other papers relating to a contract for carrying mails 
between Grand River and Fourchu, in the County of Richmond, Nova Scotia, in the 
years 1916 and 1917. Presented July 28, 1917. — Mr. Kyte Not printed. 

232. Return to an Order of the House of th'e 30th April, 1917, for a copy of all papers, letters, 

telegrams and documents relative to the purchase of land in Vancouver, B.C., for the 
purpose of an armoury, since January 1, 1913. Presented July 30, 1917. — Mr. Mac- 
donald Not printed. 

233. Return to an Order of the House of the 1st February, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. 

The names and present rank of all appointees as Chief Recruiting Officers or as District 
or Special Recruiting Officers, not local or regimental, made since the beginning of the 
war. 2. The dates of their respective appointments. 3. The ages and vocations of 
respective appointees. 4. The name of military organization, if any, in which appointees 
had previously served. 5. The rank of appointees while serving in any military orga- 
nization. 6. Whether the services of any of these appointees have been dispensed with. 
7. If so, their names, and dates on which they were retired. Presented July 31, 1917. — 
Mr. Turriff Not printed. 

234- Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. 
The date of the last order given by the Government to the Ross Rifle Company. 2. The 
number of rifles ordered. 3. Whether a recommendation of the British Army Council 
for the utilization of existing Canadian facilities*!, in manufacturing the new and im- 
proved Lee-Enfield was received by the Government. 4. The date of the recommenda- 
tion, and when it was received. 5. Whether the recommendation has been acted upon. 
Presented July 31, 1917. — Mr. Turriff Not printed. 

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235. Return to an Order of the House of the 20th June, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. The 

names of the members of the military staff at North Vancouver. 2. Their respective 
duties or occupations. 3. The rank and rate of pay of each. 4. The amount that has 
been paid to each. 5. Upon what date or dates the members of the said staff enlisted, 
and how long they have been attached to the staff. Presented July 31, 1917. — Mr. 
Murphy Not printed. 

235«. Return to an Order of the House of the 21st June, 1917, for a return showing the namej, 
rank, pay, and nature and place of employment of all officers attached to headquarters 
at Halifax and the various departments of the military service or connected in any way 
with Military Division No. 6. Presented August 2, 1917. — Mr. Tobin. . . .Not printed. 

236. Return to an Order of the House of the 18th July, 1917, for a return giving a list of the 

different Commissions created since the beginning of the war, concerning the soldiers, 
their pensions, hospitals, etc., showing the names of the various Commissioners who have 
comprised said Commissions. Presented July 31, 1917. — Mr. Boulay Not printed. 

237- Copy of Financial Statements in respect to the Canadian Northern Railway System : 1. 
Balance Sheet, 30th June, 1916. 2. Statement of Securities Issued and Fixed Charges, 
30th June, 1917. 3. Statement of Liabilities, 15th June, 1917. 3a. Statement of Equip- 
ment Account. 4. List of Securities for Loans. 5. Gross and Net Earnings, 30th June, 
1917. 6. Comparison of Earnings, 1915, 1916 and 1917. 7. Statement re Capital Ex- 
penditure and Betterments, year ending 30th June, 1917. 8. Mileage. And also, — 
Statements showing bonds, etc., authorized, issued and outstanding, and net proceeds 
therefrom; interest payable during the period July 1, 1917, to June 30, 1918; and 
estimated cash requirements for period July 1, 1917, to June 30, 1918, in respect to the 
Grand Trunk Railway and Grand Trunk Pacific Branch Lines. Presented by Sir 
Robert Borden, July 20, 1917 Not printed. 

237" Copy of Mortgage Deed of Trust securing an issue of $45,000,000 of Canadian Northern 
Railway securities, guaranteed by the Dominion Government, issued under the legisla- 
tion of 1914. Also, — Copy of Mortgage Deed dated 26th June, 1916 — The Canadian 
Northern Ontario Railway Company to His Majesty the King — securing certain 
advances from a loan of $15,00'0,000 made by His Majesty to the Canadian Northern 
Railway Company. And also, — Copy of Audit of Revenue and Expenditure Accounts 
of the Canadian Northern Railway System for the months of May, June, July, August, 
September, October, November and December, 1916, and for January and February. 
1917. Presented by Sir Thomas White, August 8, 1917 Not printed. 

237^. Statement of amounts advanced by the Government of Canada to the Canadian Northern 
Railway Company on interest account to date. And also, — Financial Statements of the 
Canadian Northern Railway, as follows : — 1. Interim Condensed Balance Sheet as at 
April 30, 1917. 2. Statement of estimate of cost to complete lines and terminals under 
construction and financial provision for same. 3. Statement of Contractors' and other 
Construction accounts outstanding, 30th June, 1917. 4. Memorandum re unsold lands. 
5. Estimate of amount required for betterments and rolling stock for three years. Pre- 
sented by Sir Thomas White, August 13, 1917 ' . .Not printed. 

238. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 1881, dated 19th August, 1916, rec-' amending that in the 

case of officers, warrant officers and non-commissioned officers reverting to lower rank 
in order to proceed to the front, no reduction in separation allowance or pension shall 
be made. And also, — Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 2008, dated 20th July, 1917, can- 
celling Order in Council, P.C. 1615, dated 13th June, 1917, and amending Order in 
Council, P.C. 1881, dated 19th August, 1916, in respect to separation allowances and 
pensions to those reverting to lower rank, in order to proceed to the front. Presented 
by Sir Edward Kemp, August 2, 1917 Not printed. 

239. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th July, 1917, for a copy of all correspondence 

exchanged between the Board of Trade of the City of Quebec and the Prime Minister 
on the subject of the Report of the Special Commission on Railways. Presented 

August 2, 1917. — Sir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21— Continued. 

240. Return to an Order of the House of the 13th June, 1917, for a statement showing the 

travelling expenses of Maurice LeBlane, general foreman of the Department of Public 
Works, Bonaventure County, since his appointment to date. Presented August 8, 1917. 
— Mr. Marcil (Bonaventure) Not printed. 

241. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th April, 1917, for a copy of all letters, peti- 

tions, correspondence and telegrams exchanged between the Government, the resident 
engineer and all other persons concerning the dredging work done at Ste. Anne de 
Bellevue, Pointe Fortune, Ottawa River channel between He au Foin and lie Paquin, 
Graham channel, Rigaud channel, Hudson Heights channel, He Perrot Church, lie 
Perrot South wharf and He Perrot North wharf, since 1904. Also a statement show- 
ing the amounts paid to different persons or companies for such work, giving the dates 
of payment, along with a copy of the estimates already brought down at my request 
regarding the above, previous to 1904. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th 
April, 1917, for a copy of all letters, petitions, correspondence, telegrams and reports 
exchanged between the Government, the resident engineer of the district, and all other 
persons, concerning the dredging work done since 1904 at the wharf of He Perrot 
North, South and the Church, Dorion Bay channel, Vaudreuil Village channel, Pointe 
Cavagnal, Como, Hudson Heights channel, Graham channel, Rigaud River channel, 
Ottawa River, lies aux Poires channel, Pointe Fortune and Ste. Anne de Bellevue chan- 
nel. Also a statement showing the amount of money paid to divers persons, com- 
panies, etc., for suoh works, along with copy of statements already presented at my 
request in connection with the same work, previous to 1904. Presented August 8, 1917. 
— Mr. Boyer Not printed. 

242 Return to an Order of the House of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all letters, peti- 
tions, correspondence, telegrams and reports received by the Government since Sept- 
ember, 1911, to the present day, in any way referring to the extension and repairs to 
Finlay Point wharf. Presented August 8, 1917. — Mr. Chishohn Not printed. 

243. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th April, 1917, for a copy of all correspondence 

in the possession of the Department of Public Works bearing date after September 1, 
1915, relating to wharves, breakwaters and other public works situate in the County of 
Antigonish, Nova Scotia. Presented August 8, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

244. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th May, 1917. for a copy of all documents, 

correspondence, reports, accounts, pay-lists, etc., in connection with the work done on 
the Government wharves at Cross Point, Miguasha, St. Omer and New Carlisle, Quebec, 
since 1912. Presented August S, 1917. — Mr. Marcil (Bonaventure)... ..Not printed. 

245. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all letters, peti- 

tions, correspondence, telegrams and reports received by the Government since Sep- 
tember, 1911, to the present day, in any way referring to the wharf at Marble Moun- 
tain. Presented August 13, 1917. — Mr. Chisholm Not printed. 

246. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all letters, peti- 

tions, correspondence, telegrams and leports received by the Government since Sep- 
tember, 1911, to the present day, in any way referring to the ? (tension of the pier at 
Margaree Harbour. Presented August 13, 1917. — Mr. Chishohn Not printed. 

246«- Return to an Order of the House of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all letters, peti- 
tions, correspondence, telegrams and reports received by the Government since Sep- 
tember, 1911, to the present day, in any way referring to the breakwater at Margaree 
Harbour. Presented August 13, 1917. — Mr. Chishohn Not printed. 

247. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th May, \J917, for a copy of all letters, peti- 

tions, correspondence, telegrams and reports received by the Government since Sep- 
tember, 1911, to the present day, in any way referring to the Port Hood wharf. 

Presented August 13, 1917. — Mr. Chishohn Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21— C ontinued. 

248. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all letters, peti- 

tions, correspondence, telegrams and reports received by the Government since Sep- 
tember, 1911, to the present time, in any way referring to the opening of Inverness 
Harbour. Presented August 13, 1917. — Mr. Chisholm Not printed. 

249. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd April, 1917, for a copy of all papers, docu- 

ments, petitions, memoranda, correspondence, etc., with reference to the Government 
of the Dominion of Canada building competing telephone lines in British Columbia 
paralleling lines already in operation of the Okanagan Telephone Company, Limited. 
Presented August 13, 1917. — Mr. Carvell Not printed. 

250. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th April, 1917. for a copy of all correspondence 

in the Department of Public Works bearing date after September 1, 1915, relating to 
wharves, breakwaters and other public works in the County of Guysborough, Nova 
Scotia. Presented August 13, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

251. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th April, 1917, for a copy of all papers, records 

and other documents concerning the reference by the Dominion Government to the 
question relating to the exclusive right of fishing in the tidal waters of the province 
of Quebec. Presented August 15, 1917. — Mr. Lemieux Not printed. 

252. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th July, 1917, for a return showing the names 

of all persons employed in connection with the Office of the Commissioner of Live Stock 
in the Province of Saskatchewan, showing the salaries and expenses paid them ; and 
also showing the number of stallions and bulls placed in Saskatchewan when the said 
office was established. Presented August 15, 1917. — Mr. Thomson (Qtt'Appelle). 

Not printed. 

253. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all letters, tele- 

grams and reports between the Department of the Naval Service of the Department of 
Marine and Fisheries, and any and all persons in connection with the seizure of certain 
fishery boats, fishing tackle and equipment being used in the illegal fishing of lobsters 
in the Straits of Northumberland in the fall of 1916, together with a copy of the 
evidence taken before one M. G. Teed, Esquire, acting as a commissioner to inquire into 
this matter, and his report and finding thereon. Presented August 16, 1917. — Mr. Copp. 

Not printed. 

254. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th July, 1917, for a copy of all correspondence 

between the Department of Militia and Defence of Canada, the War Purchasing Com- 
mission of Canada, and the British War Office, concerning a target practice rod or the 
use of same by the Canadian Expeditionary Force. Presented August 20, 1917. — Mr. 
Maclean (Halifax) Not printed. 

255. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th June, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. 

Whether the Department of Agriculture supply thoroughbred bulls for improvement of 
stock to applicants for the same. 2. If so, if any such bulls have been sent into the 
County of Dorchester, Quebec, and when. 3. At whose request these bulls were sent, 
and if they belonged to the Department of Agriculture. 4. If so, on what condition 
they were supplied. 5. From whom the department purchased the animals referred to. 
6. The price paid. 7. If any official of the Department of Agriculture has made an 
■ investigation as to where these bulls are at the present time. 8. If so. the substance 
of their report. 9. Whether the said bulls are being used for iae purpose for which 
they were intended. Presented August 21, 1917. — Mr. Lanctot Not printed. 

256. Return to an Order of the House of the 1st August, 1917, for a return showing the 

amount which has been paid to the Sydney Daily Post, newspaper, by all the depart- 
ments of the Government for printing and advertising, since the 1st of November, 1911. 
Presented August 21, 1917. — Mr. Kyle Not printed. 

257. Return to an Order of the House of the 1st August, 1917, for a return showing the gross 

amount paid to the Halifax Herald, the Evening Mail, Halifax, and the Royal Print 
and Lithographing Company, Halifax, by all the departments of the Government for 
printing, advertising and all other services since November 1, 1911. Presented August 
21, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair y t printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21— Continued. 

258. Return to an Order of the House of the 18th June, 1917, for a copy of all accounts, 

papers, claims and correspondence regarding demands put forward by all persons who 
have claimed to have sustained loss or damage by the fire in the Parliament Buildings 
in February, 1916. Presented August 21, 1917. — Mr. Lanctot Not printed. 

259. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all communications, 

letters, reports, petitions and other documents on behalf of the Physicians and Medical 
Associations of this country, asking for the repeal of The Proprietary or Patent Medi- 
cine Act and the presentation of a new Act on the matter in order to render more 
efficient the control of these medicine preparations, and to add on the prohibition list 
such drugs «or medicines as are generally dangerous to health and conducive to certain 
criminal practices. Presented August 21, 1917.— Mr. Lapointe (Ket-mouraska). 

Not printed. 

260. Copy of correspondence between the Honourable Robert Rogers and the Right Honour- 

able Sir Robert Borden, Prime Minister, with reference to the resignation of the former 
as Minister of Public Works of Canada. — (The Senate.) Not printed. 

261. Return to an Order of the Senate dated the 11th day of July, 1917, for a Statement 

showing the number of officers and men of the Canadian Expeditionary Force who have 
been classed as unfit for military service ; whether the military authorities have given 
consideration to the possibility of utilizing the services of those men in a secondary 
capacity ; whether those who have been classed as unfit continue to draw military pay ; 
the number who have deserted from the various units between 1st October, 1914, and 
1st June, 1917 ; and the number discharged from the various units since 1st October, 
1914. — (The Senate.) Not printed. 

262- Return to an Order of the Senate, dated 7th June last, for a return showing: — 1. The 
name and rank of each person who at the outbreak of the war in August, 1914, was an 
officer, commissioned or provisional, of the 7Sth Regiment (Highlanders), of Pictou 
County, Nova Scotia. 2. The length of time each of such persons was attached to said 
regiment. 3. («) The name of each of said officers who joined the Canadian Overseas 
Forces, (b) The unit to which he was attached, (c) The rank with which he was 
attached, (d) The date at which he was attached. 4. The name of each person who 
since the outbreak of war became attached as provisional officers to said 78th Regiment 
and the date at which such person became attached and his rank. 5. (a) The name of 
each of the officers referred to in paragraph 4 who joined the Canadian overseas forces. 
(b) The unit to which he was attached, (c) The rank with which he was attached, 
(d) The date at which he was attached. 6. The name of each of the officers referred 
to in each of the foregoing paragraphs who were in active service at the fighting front, 
the units with which they served, and the length of time they served. 7. Particulars 
as to each of the said officers showing where each one was on May 1, 1917, to what unit 
he was attached, and what his rank was at that time. 8. If any of these officers have 
gone to the fighting front since May 1, state name, unit, rank and date. — (The Senate.) 

Not printed. 

263. Part return to an humble Address of the Senate to His Excellency the Governor General, 

dated the 8th instant, showing all the correspondence between the Department of 
Militia and Defence and Clarence J. McCuaig ; also, between the same and the first 
Purchasing Committee appointed by Sir Robert Borden, of which the Honourable 
Robert Rogers was Chairman, and between the said Clarence J. IvIoCuaig and the Com- 
mittee of which the Honourable Sir Edward Kemp is or was Chairman, or with any of 
the members of the said committee. — (The Senate.) Not printed. 

264. Eighth Annual Report of the Commission of Conservation for the fiscal year ending :? 1st 

March, 1S17. Presented by Hon. Mr. Burrell, September 1, 1917 Not printed. 

265. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th August, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. The 

number of additional buildings and offices that have been rented by the various depart- 
ments of the Government in the City of Ottawa, during the calendar years, 1914. 1915, 
1916 and 1917. 2. The names of the lessors, the length of the lease and the respective 
rentals of said buildings. 3. What department in each case is occupying said premises. 

Presented September 3, 1917. — Mr. Sinclair ,. . .Not printed. 

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266. Return to an Order of the House of the 11th July, 1917, fo a copy of all correspondence 

and other documents relating to the granting to beam trawlers registered in the United 
States the privilege of using ports in the Province of Nova Scotia for the purchasing 
of supplies, the shipping of men, etc., without license therefor as required under the 
modus videndi. Presented September 3, 1917. — Mr. Kyte Not printed. 

267. Copy of contract dated 8th March, 1917, between His Majesty the King and Wallace 

Shipyards, Limited, for the construction and delivery of one wooden auxiliary sailing 
ship. Also, — Copy of contract dated 1st June, 1917, between His Majesty the King and 
Lamond and Harrison for the construction and delivery of one wooden auxiliary sailing 
ship. Presented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, September 3, 1917.. . .• Not printed. 

268. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated the loth day of June last, for a return made to 

an Order of the House of Commons, of the 7th February, 1916, for a copy of all corre- 
spondence and reports on the claims of Sealers of British Columbia under the last 
treaty with the American Republic, and all papers connected therewith. — (The Senate.) 

Not printed. 

269. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 2245, dated 3rd September, *1917, appointing the Deputy 

Minister of Justice, Oliver Mowat Biggar, of the City of Edmonton, John H. Moss, of 
the City of Toronto, Louis Loranger, of the City of Montreal, and Lt.-Col. H. A. C. 
Machin, of the Town of Kenora, Ont, a council to advise and assist in the administra- 
tion and enforcement of the Military Service Act, 1917, to be known as the Military 
Service Council. Presented by Sir Robert Borden, September 4, 1917.. ..Not printed. 

270. Return to an Order of the House of the 21st May, 1917, for a copy of all reports, letters, 

telegrams, correspondence and any other papers in connection with the question of 
locating the 210th Battalion at Regina and Moosejaw respectively during the winter 
of 1916-17. Presented September 6, 1917. — Mr. Knowles Not printed. 

271. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th May, 1917, for a copy of all letters, corres- 

pondence, telegrams and reports received by the Government since September, 1911, 
to the present day, in any way referring to the appointment of a man in charge of the 
storm signals at Grand Etang and Margaree Harbour. Presented September 6, 1917. — 
Mr. Chisholm Not printed. 

272. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th May, 1917, for a return showing the different 

rural mail routes established in the constituency of Qu'Appelle since the 1st day of 
January, 1916, showing their location and date of establishment. Also, a list of all 
rural mail routes now being established or under consideration at the present time in 
the same constituency. Presented September 7, 1917. — Mr. Thomson (Qu'Appelle). 

Not printed. 

273. Return to an Order of the House of the 6th March, 1916, for a copy of all telegrams, 

letters, petitions and documents of all kinds in any way referring to the change in the 
Inverness-Margaree mail route from the west to the east of the Margaree river, from a 
point at Margaree Forks to Chapel Bridge. Presented September 7, 1917. — Mr. Chis- 
hohn ■ Not printed. 

274. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 2199, dated 10th August, 1917: Rules and Regulations 

enacted in lieu of the Classification, Rules and Regulations contained in Order in Coun- 
cil, P.C. 1296, of the 15th May, 1917, in respect to War badges for members of the 
Canadian Expeditionary Force. Presented by Sir Edward Kemp, September 13, 1917. 

Not printed. 

275. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 2552, dated 13th September, 1917, recommending that 

Certificates of Naturalization may be issued under the Naturalization Act, 1914, to 
alien enemies who have resided for many years in Canada, on its being shown that 
they are clearly in sympathy with the United Kingdom and its allies in the present war, 
and that they have no pro-German or other alien enemy affiliations or connections. 

Presented by Sir Robert Borden, September 14, 1917 „ ..Net printed. 

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276. Copy of Canada Gazette dated 12th September, 1917, containing a list and location of 

Local Tribunals established to hear and decide applications for certificates of exemption 
from Military Service. Presented by Hon. Mr. Doherty, September 14, 1917. 

Not printed. 

277. Copies of Orders in Council, dated 15th September and 17th September, 1917, respectively, 

appointing Registrars for the Provinces' of British Columbia, New Brunswick, Quebec, 
Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Alberta and Prince Edward Island, under the provi- 
sions and for the purposes of the Military Service Act, 1917. Presented by Sir Robert 
Borden, September 17, 1917 Not printed. 

278. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 2nd May, 1917, for 

a copy of all Orders in Council, letters, telegrams, etc., to or from any employee of the 
Government in reference to the improvement and equipment of the life-saving station 
at Whitehead, Guysborough County, N.S. Presented September 17, 1917. — Mr. Maclean 
(Halifax) Not printed. 

279. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th May, 3 917, for a copy of all letters, peti- 

tions, correspondence, telegrams and reports received by the Government since Sep- 
tember, 1911, to the present day, in any way referring to the dredging and building of 
piers at Mabou Harbour. Presented September 19, 1917. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax). 

Not printed. 

280. Return to an Order of the House of the 13th August, 1917, for a return showing: — 1. The 

different amounts paid for commissions and expenses in connection with the flotation 
of the different loans made by Canada since 1914. 2. The respective amounts paid in 
connection with each loan. Presented September 19, 1917 — Mr. Macdonald. 

Not printed. 

281. Return to an Order of the House, of the 5th September, 1917, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, letters, telegrams, petitions, etc., in any way referring to an application 
for a public wharf at Chimney Corners, Inverness County, N.S. Presented September 
19, 1917. — Mr. Chisholm Not printed. 

282. Return to an Order of the House of the 29th August, 1917, for a return showing copies 

of all accounts, memoranda, vouchers, telegrams, letters, etc,, in reference to payments 
to George H. Boyce, of Windsor, N.S., District Foreman of Public Works Department, 
since his appointment to office. Presented September 19, 1917. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax). 

Not printed. 

283. Return to an Order of the Senate dated the 1st day of March, 1916, showing a copy of 

all correspondence between the Government and the British Columbia Boards of Trade, 
and also between the Government and the Canadian Manufacturers' Association, in 
reference to the request made by the British Columbia Boards of Trade for the appoint- 
ment of a Dominion Customs Officer at the Port of New York. — (Senate.). 

Not printed. 

284. Part return to an humble Address of the Senate, dated the 14th of August, 1917, to His 

Excellency the Governor General, for a return showing the name of every judge of the 
Supreme, District and County Courts in all the provinces of Canada, for the year 1916, 
together with a statement of the moneys paid to each of such judges for that year for 
(a) salaries; (b) travelling expenses; (c) allowances of all kinds; (d) for services 
as Commissioners; (e) and any other payments; and also, showing the names of 
judges who have performed services as Commissioners, or in any other public capacity 
without compensation. — (Senate.) ; Not printed. 

285* Return to an humble Address of the Senate, dated the 9th August, 1917, to His Excel- 
lency the Governor General, showing all the documents relating to the purchase by the 
Militia Department of " Bonnie Bel Air " from W. T. Rodden, Esq., a part of number 
nine (9) on the official plan and book of reference of the Parish of Lachine and 
specially the report of the lawyers who examined the titles. — (Senate.) . . . .Not printed. 

45 



7 GEORGE V 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 



A. 1917 



CANADA 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



FOR THE 



FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31 



1916 



PR Hi TED BY ORDER OF PARLIAMENT 




OTTAWA 

PRINTED BY J. de L. TACHK, 

PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY 

19 17 . 



[No. 2—1917.] 



7 GEORGE V 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 



A. 1917 



To His Excellency Victor Christian William, Duke of Devonshire, Marquis oj 
Hartington, Earl of Devonshire, Earl of Burlington, Baron Cavendish of Hardwicke, 
Baron Cavendish of Keighley, E.G., P.C., G.C.M.G , G.C.V.O., etc., etc., Governor 
General of Canada. 

May it Please Your Excellency, — 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Excellency the Public 
Accounts of Canada for the Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1916. 



All of which is respectfully submitted. 
Ottawa, 1916. 



W. T. WHITE, 

Minister of Finance. 



•2—a\ 



7 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 A. 1917 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Page. 

Report ok the Deputy Minister of Finance ix 

Ordinary Receipts and Payments ix 

Capital and Special Expenditures ix 

Saving's Banks x 

Investments.... x 

Debt xi 

Loans xi 

War account expenditures by Departments xiii 

n ii by Militia Department xiv 

Railway Securities guaranteed by the Dominion . „ xiv 

Dominion Notes xvi 

Statement of Account. — Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company xxiii 

n n Canadian Northern Railway Company xxv 

ii ii Canadian Northern Ontario Railway Company xxvii 

ii .1 Canadian Northern Alberta Railway Company xxvii 

it it Decayed Pilots Funds xxix 

Number of officials, etc., under Superannuation and Retirement Acts xxx 

Dominion Note Circulation — 

Dominion Notes issued and redeemed and in circulation xvii 

it it issued to Assistant Receiver General xvii 

ii ii withdrawn from circulation and destroyed xviii 

circulation from March 31, 1882, to March 31, 1916 xviii 

Canadian Gold Coin issued by the Mint to March 31, 1916 xix 

Silver and bronzes coinages for Canada from 1858 to 1916 xix 

Deportation of American Coinage from April 1, 1910, to March 31, 1916 xxi 

Silver recoinage statement xxii 

Copper recoinage statement xxi 

PART I 

Balance Sheet for the fiscal year *mded March 31, 1916 2 

Consolidated Fund for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1916 16 

Receipts and Payments , 8 

Cash Account 18 

Funded Debt, payable in London 20 

ii ii Canada 19 

Sinking Fund 22 

Loans authorized and redeemed 23 

Table I.— Debt of Canada from July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916 .. ., 26 

II.— Receipts and Expenditures of Canada 28 

III. — Summary of the Liabilities 30 

IV.— „ Assets 32 

V. — Detailed Liabilities of Canada 33 

VI. — H Assets of Canada 43 

VII. — Receipts from Consolidated Fund 62 

VIII. —Expenditure 69 

IX. — Debt of Canada payable in London from 1867 to 1916, according to the rate of interest 

it bears 78 

X. — Liabilities and assets of Canada from July 1, 1868, to March 31, 1916, according to the 

rate of interest they bear 80 

Capital Expenditure 87 

Increase and decrease of debt from 1867 to 1916 90 

Savings Banks, Post Office 94 

it Nova Scotia ... 96 

ii , New Brunswick .... 96 

it Manitoba 96 

tt British Columbia 96 

it- Prince Edward Island 96 

t. Recapitulation, 1868 to 1916 \ 96 

ti General recapitulation, 1868 to 1916 Ill 

Comparative Statement of Finance Department 112 

Issue and redemption of Dominion notes 113 

Railway Subsidies 114 



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SUBSIDIARY STATEMENTS 



PART II 



Rbvksuk Statements 



Page. 



Comparative Statement of Revenue by Servic s for 1914-15 and 1915-10 2 

Customs Revenue 10 

Premiums, Discount and Exchange Revenue 22 

Interest on Investments '. 24 

Casual Revenue 26 

Fines and Forfeitures, including Seizures 18 

Superannuation 33 

PART III 

Expenditure Statements 

interest on Public Debt . . 2 

Sinking Fund 4 

Charges of Management 5 

Redemption of Public Debt 8 

Premium, Discount and Exchange Expenditure . . : 8 

Superannuation 9 

Expenditure by Services 31 

Intercolonial Railway 62 

Prince Edward Island Railway 63 

Indian Fund 69 

Province of Ontario Debt Account 69 

n Quebec Debt Account 69 

i, Nova Scotia Debt Account * 70 

,, M Suspense Account 70 

,, New Brunswick Debt Account 70 

„ Prince Edwaid Island Debt Account 70 

„ M Land Account 70 

h British Columbia Debt Account 71 

ii Manitoba Debt Account 71 

Provincial Subsidy Accounts 71 



7 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 A. i917 



Finance Department, 
Ottawa. 
The Hon. Sir. W. Thomas White, K.C.M.G., 
Minister of Finance, Ottawa. 

Sir, — I have the honour to submit to you the Public Accounts for the fiscal year 
ended March 31, 1916. 

ORDINARY KECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS. 

The receipts on account of Consolidated Fund for the year amounted to $172,147,- 
838.27, and the expenditure on the same account to $130,350,726.90, showing a surplus 
of ordinary receipts over ordinary expenditure of $41,797,111.37. 

CAPITAL AND SPECIAL EXPENDITURES 

In addition to the Consolidated Fund expenditure, the following outlays were 
made and charged to Capital: — 

Railways — 

Intercolonial Railway $ 7,635,050 25 

International Railway 2,637 47 

New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island Railway . . 224,211 28 

Prince Edward Island Railway 1,350,472 73 

National Transcontinental Railway 7,078,451 69 

Hudson Bay Railway 4,887,131 77 

Total Railways $ 21,177,955 19 

Quebec Bridge 2,746,813 70 

$ 23,924,768 89 



Canals — 

Lachine $ 131,361 64 

Trent 1,015,072 67 

Welland Canal 70,747 54 

Welland Ship Canal 4,909,732 51 

Ottawa Y\ orks 9,663 55 

Tay River Navigation 615 00 

St. Lawrence Canals — 

Soulanges 33,759 79 

Total Canals $ 6,170,952 70 

Total Railways and Canals $ 30,095,721 59 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Public Works — 

Government Buildings, Ottawa $ 178,897 36 

Port Arthur and Fort William Harbours 1,315,512 23 

Quebec Harbour 1,123,513 78 

Kiver St. Lawrence Ship Channel , 1,937,090 48 

St. John Harbour Improvements 1,132,533 45 

Victoria Harbour, British Columbia 1,195,771 70 

Toronto Harbour Improvements 219,443 47 

Toronto, New Dominion Building 24,489 51 

Vancouver Harbour 1,273,271 39 

French River Waterway Improvements 45,697 04 

Halifax Dry Dock 95 60 

Esquimalt Dry Dock 24,912 90 

Total $ 8,471,228 91 

Total Capital Expenditure $ 38,566,950 50 



Railway Subsidies to the amount of $1,400,171.42 were paid on account of the 
following : — 

The Canadian Northern Pacific Railway Company . .$ 244,889 57 

The Canadian Northern Ontario Railway Company 495,604 83 

The Alberta Central Railway Company 75,000 00 

The Kettle River Valley Railway Company 460,691 49 

The Canadian Pacific Railway 80,032 00 

The Quebec Central Railway 43,161 60 

The International Railway of New Brunswick . . . . 791 93 

The sum of $109,236.68 was paid on account of bounties on the following: — 

Lead $ 59 88 

Crude Petroleum . 109,176 80 

SAVINGS BANKS. 

At the close of the fiscal year, the balance at the credit of the depositors in the 
Post Office and Government Savings Banks amounted to $53,528,426.34, a decrease 
of $473,291.92' as compared with the balance held on March 31, 1915. The withdrawals 
during the year exceeded the deposits by $2,040,522.60, while $1,567,230.68 was added 
for interest accrued,, thus making a net decrease of $473,291.92. 

INVESTMENTS. 

Investments on account of the Sinking Funds of the various loans were made 
during the year to the amount of $1,773,021.11. The total of the Investments at the 
credit of the Sinking Funds, which stood at $10,790,806.51 on March 31. 1915, at the 
conclusion of the fiscal year 1916 amounted to $1 2,563, S27. 62. 

Advances were made under statute to the Montreal Harbour Commissioners and 
to the Quebec Harbour Commissioners amounting to $2,521,000 as under: — 

Montreal Harbour Commissioners $ 1.980,000 00 

Quebec Harbour Commissioners 541,000 00 



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Under authority of 5 Geo. V, cap. 3, "The Finance Act, 1914" subsec. (a) sec. 
4, advances during the year were made, in the form of issues of Dominion notes, to 
various banks to the amount of $3,585,000.00, to which should be added a debit 
balance of $5,392,500.00 at the beginning of the year making total advances of 
$8,977,500.00. Of tins amount' $7,900,265.00 was repaid, leaving an outstanding 
balance of $1,071,235.00 on March 31, 1916. 



DEBT. 

The net debt of the Dominion at the close of the fiscal year was $615,156,171.02, 
or an increase of $165,780,087.81 over the net debt as it stood on March 31, 1915. 
The increase is accounted for as follows : — 

Capital Expenditures : — ■ 

Public Works $ 8,471,228 91 

Railways and Canals $ 23,017,269 90 

National Transcontinental Rail- 
way 7,078,451 69 30,095,721 59 

— — ■ — — $ 38,566,950 50 



Special Expenditures : — 

Railway Subsidies $ 1,400,171 42 

Discount on and expenses of 

placing loans 3,160,556 55 

Sundry transfers to Consolidated 

Fund, General Account 24,786 35 

War 166,197,755 47 

$170,783,269 79 

$209,350,220 29 

Less— Sinking Funds $ 1,773,021 11 

Surplus of Consolidated Fund 

receipts over Consolidated fund 

expenditure 41,797,111 37 

$ 43,570,132' 48 



Increase of net debt $165,780,087 81 



LOANS. 

In March, 1915, a loan of £5,000,000, 4i per cent bonds, due May 1, 1925, with 
option to the Government to redeem in whole or in part at par on or after May 1, 
1920, on giving three months notice, was issued in London at £99^ per cent to pro- 
vide for Capital expenditure upon undertakings under contract, including terminals 
and works at Halifax, St. John and other ports, construction on Welland Ship Canal, 
deepening the St. Lawrence Ship Channel and other Capital outlays. 

Under the provisions of " The Appropriation Act, 1915 " and of " The Consoli- 
dated Revenue and Audit Act," authority was given by Order in Council P.C. No. 
1774 of 27th July, 1915, for the raising of a loan of $45,000,000 in New York City 
by the issue and sale of notes of the Dominion of Canada bearing date 1st August, 
1915, as follows:— 



xii DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

$25,000,000 one year 5 per cent notes at par and interest, less | per cent commis- 
sion. 

$20,000,000 two year 5 per cent notes at 99£ and interest, less | per cent com- 
mission. 

The notes were of the denomination of $1,000; were delivered in New York; 
and payment made in New York funds. The holders had the right prior to three 
months before maturity, respectively, to convert the same into an equal principal 
amount of twenty year 5 per cent bonds maturing August 1, 1935, and not subject to 
prior redemption. 

During the fiscal year 1916-17 up to and including November 30, 1916, $24,698,000 
of the one year 5 per cent notes were redeemed and $136,000, together with $221,000 
of the two year 5 per cent notes, making a total of $357,000, were converted into 
twenty year 5 per cent bonds maturing August 1, 1935 : — thus leaving on November 
30th overdue notes outstanding of $166,000. 

Under the provisions of the " Public Service Loan Act 1916 " authority was given 
by Order in Council P.O. No. 750 of 30th March, 1916, for the raising of a loan of 
$75,000,000, 5 per cent gold bonds, interest payable April 1 and October 1, maturing 
in equal amounts of $25,000,000 each in five, ten and fifteen years respectively, both 
principal and interest payable at the Agency of the Bank of Montreal, in New York 
City, in United States gold coin, such loan placed on the New York market at issue 
prices as follows : — 

The 5 year bonds, maturing April 1, 1921, at 99-56 and interest, yielding about 
5-10 per cent. 

The 10 year bonds, maturing April 1, 1926, at 97-13 and interest, yielding about 
5| per cent. 

The 15 year bonds, maturing April 1, 1931, at 94-94 and interest, yielding about 
5£ per cent. 

V\'AE LOANS DOMINION OF CANADA. 

Under the provisions of 6-7 Geo. V, chap. 28, authority was given by Orders in 
Council P.C. No. 2421 of 20th November, 1915, and P.O. No. 3030 of 25th December, 
1915, for the raising of a loan of $100,000,000 5 per cent bonds maturing 1st December, 
1925, to be issued in Canada at a price of 97 i with the option to the holders thereof to 
convert into any future issue — other than issues made abroad — by the Government for 
the purpose of carrying on the war, at the issue price of 97^ plus accrued interest, as 
the equivalent of cash for the purpose of any such issue. 

On the 22nd November, 1915, the prospectus for this loan was issued for the 
amount of $50,000,000 contemplated in the first Order in Council. On the closing of 
the subscription list on 30th November, the Department found that from 24,862 indiv- 
idual subscribers a sum aggregating $78,729,500 had been offered. This amount taken 
with the amounts subscribed by the various banks, totaled over $100,000,000. By 
authority of the Order in Council of 25th December, the amount of the issue was there- 
fore increased to $100,000,000. 

Although not relevant to the operations of the financial year under review, refer- 
ence may be made to the further war loan of $100,000,000 issued in September 1916, 
very much on the same lines as those of the previous war loan. Authority for this 
loan was given by Order in Council of the 19th September, .1916, P.C. No. 2211. It 
carries 5 per cent interest for fifteen years and was issued at the price of 97£, prin- 
cipal and interest payable in gold. The prospectus was issued on the loth September 
and on the closing of the subscriptions it was found that from 34,526 subscribers the 
Department had offerings of $201,444,800. 

Advances by way of temporary loans have boon made from time to time by the 
Imperial Government amounting, on the 31st March, 1916, to £2S, 000,000 which carried 
a capitalized debt of £28.354,598/11/11 or $137,992,379.82. 



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From the close of the fiscal year 1915-16 to 31st October, 1916, additional advances 
have been made amounting to £12,500,000 or $60,833,333.30 making the total advances 
£40,500,000, to which must be added £354,598/11/11 as increased liability on the capital- 
ization of £28,000,000 mentioned above; £22,324,295/11/0 of which was funded by 
conversion into $107,612,029.53 Dominion Government dollar bonds as under: — 

£2,400,000 capitalized, on basis of £100 debt to each £95 advance, to £2,52'6,- 
315/15/9 or $12,404,678.36, 3J per cent bonds maturing 1st March, 1925-28. 

£19,600,000 capitalized, on basis of £100 debt on each £99 advance, to £19,797,- 
979/15/3 or $95,207,351.17, 4£ per cent bonds maturing 1st December, 
1925-45. 

These bonds were handed to the agents of the Imperial Government in New York. 
Deducting them from the total liability on account of the £40,500,000 or $197,792,- 
837.55 above mentioned leaves a net floating liability on 31st October, 1916, on this 
account of $90,180,808.02. 

From the 31st October to the 31st December, 1916, further advances of £4,500,000 
have been made by the Imperial Government, which increases the net liability from 
$90,180,808.02 to $112,080,808.02. Against this may be placed advances of $95,000,000 
made by the Dominion to the Imperial Government, through the Imperial Munitions 
Board, up to the 31st December, 1916, which would leave at that date on this account a 
net indebtedness to the Imperial Government of $17,080,808.02. 



On the 1st of March, 1916, $357,900 of the 1896 Z\ per cent loan was redeemed 
leaving an outstanding amount of $10,000 which has since been taken up. 



WAE. 



The expenditure on " War Account " to the 31st March, 1916, amounted to $166,- 
197,755.47. This amount was disbursed- by the various departments as follows: — 

Militia and Defence $160,433,416 42 

Justice 1,287,693 31 

Dominion Police 201,508 04 

Public Works 94,344 04 

External Affairs 11,211 06 

Naval Service 3,274,019 94 

Post Office 349,672 00 

Railways and Canals 313,740 73 

Indian Affairs 5,688 83 

Governor General's Secretary's Office 9,108 81 

Secretary of State 21,667 98 

Privy Council 17,346 91 

Inland Revenue 6,72*3 40 

Trade and Commerce 14,795 40 

War Purchasing Commission 29,413 39 

Finance 73,671 16 

Audit Office 4,439 17 

Labour . 1,071 19 

Agriculture . . 5,077 79 

Marine . . . 1,529 77 

Legislation (Library) 270 00 

Interior 41,346 13 



$166,197,755 47 



xiv DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

.^ 

Details of War Expenditure made by Militia Department from 1st April, 1915, 
to 31st March, 1916:— 

Pay, Allowances and Subsistence (including pay of 

Clerks) $100,788,339 89 

Civil labour (Ordnance Department, etc.) 964,426 39 

Rent, water, fuel and Light — Housing troops . . . . 908,531 85 

Furniture, bedding, utensils and miscellaneous stores 4,924,778 31 

Engineer services and works 1,918,604 32 

Travelling and transport (sea) 4,851,544 19 

(land) 3,834,807 19 

Forage and stabling 1,243,663 10 

Purchase of remounts, expenses of purchasers, etc. . . 1,143,281 25 

Shoeing horses 6,987 24 

Saddlery and horse equipment 1,349,220 40 

Clothing (except boots) 13,194,037 95 

Boots and repairs to boots 4,708,121 84 

Plain clothes, discharged soldiers 10,111 30 

Necessaries (kit bags, towels, razors, brushes, soaps, 

etc.) .' . 2,642,597 91 

Washing and cleaning clothing, etc 62,692 39 

Motor trucks, ambulances and other vehicles . . . . 1,757,993 67 

Field artillery and equipment 345,389 41 

Small arms and ammunition 7,766,102 01 

Outfit allowances — Officers, warrant officers and nurses 1,620,938 23 
Accoutrements, Oliver equipment, cartridge belts, 

rifle slings, etc 1,648,086 19 

Binoculars, telescopes, heliographs, and prismatic 

compasses 320,738 63 

Drugs, etc., and surgical instruments 1,367,318 10 

Conservancy and contingencies 274,921 57 

Pay and expenses of censors 163,177 48 

Recruiting expenses (medical examination, attesta- 
tion, and advertising) 153,035 85 

Telegrams, telephone messages, and postage 249,939 06 

Printing and Stationery 386,743 80 

Compensation for personal injuries, and damages to 

animals, buildings, crops, etc 18,312 00 

Dominion Arsenal (from War Vote) 967,418 33 

Vickers Ltd. — Payment on account of equipment of 

60 pr. gun 365,000, 00 

Funeral expenses 26,360 96 

Customs dues 427,470 95 

Lindsay Arsenal site, payments on account of . . . . 22,724 66 

$160,433,416 42 

GUARANTEED SECURITIES. 

The list of securities guaranteed by the Dominion is as follows : — 

1. The Canadian Northern Railway Company, Cap. 7, Edward VII (1903). 

The guarantee is for the principal of £1,923,2S7 sterling, and interest 
thereon at the rate of 3 per cent per annum for fifty years — 



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2. The Canadian Northern Railway Company, Cap. 11, 7-8 Edward VII (1908). 

The guarantee is for the principal of £1,022,586 19s. 9d. sterling deben- 
ture stock and interest thereon at the rate of 3$ per cent per annum for fifty 
veal's from July 20, 1908, interest payable half yearly. 

3. The Canadian Northern Ontario Railway Company, Chapter 6, 1-2 George V. 

(1911). 

The guarantee is for the principal of £7,350,000 0s. Od. sterling deben- 
ture stock and interest thereon at the rate of 3£ per cent per annum for fifty 
years from May 19, 1911, interest payable half yearly. 

4. The Canadian Northern Alberta Railway Company, Chapter 6, 9-10, Edward 

VII (1910) as amended by Chapter 8, 2 George V (1912). 

The guarantee is for the principal of £647,260 5s. 6d. sterling debenture 
stock and interest thereon at the rate of 3^ per cent per annum for fifty years 
from May 4, 1910, interest payable half yearly. 

5. The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company, Chapter 98, Acts of 1905. 

The guarantee is of 3 per cent bonds of the Railway Company to an 
amount equal to 75 per cent of the cost of construction of the Western Divi- 
sion of the National Transcontinental Railway but not exceeding $13,000 per 
mile in respect of the Prairie Section of the said railway. The amount of bonds 
issued and guaranteed is £7,200,000, of which £3,200,000 were issued in 1905, 
£2,000,000 in 1909, and £2,000,000 in 1910. 

The balance, £6,800,000, of the issue of £14,000,000 authorized by the above 
Acts to be guaranteed by the Dominion, has been purchased under authority of 
Chapter 24, 3-4 George V (1913) "The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Bond 
Purchase Act." 

The purchases by fiscal years were : — 

During fiscal year 1912-13 £ 2,287,700 

1913-14 2,645,000 

1914-15 1,867,300 



6,800,000 



6. The Canadian Northern Alberta Railway Company, Chapter 7, 2 George V 
(1912). 

The guarantee is for the principal of £733,561 12s. lOd. sterling debenture 
stock and interest thereon at the rate of 3£ per cent per annum for fifty years, 
from April 1, 1912, interest payable half yearly. 

7. By "The Canadian Northern Railway Guarantee Act, 1914," 

Authority is given the Dominion to guarantee the securities of the Canadian 
Northern Railway Company to an amount not exceeding $45,000,000, together 
with interest thereon at the rate of 4 per cent per annum. £3,500,000 of these 
securities have been sold and a portion of the remainder has been pledged for 
the purposes set out in the Act. 

8. By " The Grand Trunk Pacific Guarantee Act, 1914," 

Authority is given the Dominion to guarantee the securities of the Grand Trunk 
Pacific Railway Company to an amount not exceeding $16,000,000 together with 
interest thereon at the rate of 4 per cent per annum. £655,600 of these securi- 
ties have been sold and $7,500,000 pledged against an advance by the Dominion 
Government of an issue of Dominion Notes to the amount of $6,000,000. 



Xvi DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
DOMINION NOTES. 

The circulation of Dominion Notes stood at $177,943,131.54 on March 31, 1916, 
being an increase over the circulation at the close of last year of $20,887,012.63. 
During the same time the gold held by the Receiver General for redemption of bonds 
increased from $94,644,423.44 to $120,931,622.98. 

SUPERANNUATION AND RETIREMENT ACTS. 

The statement showing the number and total salaries of officials coming under 
the Superannuation Acts and the Retirement Act has been continued to March 31, 
1916. 

Respectfully submitted, 

T. C. BOVUXE, 

Deputy Minister of Finance. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



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Dominion Note Circulation. 



Denomination. 


March 31, 

1912. 


March 31, 
1913. 


March 31, 
1914. 


March 31, 
1915. 


March 31, 
1916. 


$ 1 


$ cts. 

10,940,034 00 
8,419,131 50 
1,245,023 00 


$ cts. 

11,965,784 00 

8,818,213 50 

228,325 00 

6,154,047 50 

15,850 00 

7,700 00 

2,061,500 00 

5,315,000 00 

374,500 00 

2,081,000 00 

74,290,000 00 

762,180 40 

27,785 25 


$ cts. 

11,943,840 50 

8,662,035 50 

68,359 00 

2,705,800 00 

12,950 00 

4,700 00 

2,246,000 00 

5,137,000 00 

329,000 00 

2,008,000 00 

83,865,000 00 

785,168 28 

27,785 25 


$ cts. 

11,825,811 00 

8,410,197 50 

56,111 00 

3,486,227 50 

11,750 00 

2,100 00 

2,311,500 00 

4,577,000 00 

224,000 00 

1,482,000 00 

123,830,000 00 

811,644 66 

27,777 25 


$ cts. 
12,710,797 00 


2 

4 

5 


9 216,470 50 

47,491 00 

2,728,577 50 


50 

100 


60,650 00 

14,400 00 

1,822,000 00 

5,640,000 00 

442,000 00 

1,991,000 00 

82,130,000 00 

711,594 65 

27,800 25 


10,250 00 

2,000 00 

2,100,000 00 


500 


1,000 


4,505,000 00 


500 Special 

1,000 „ 

5,000 .. 

Provincial 


238,500 00 

1,461,000 00 

143,975,000 00 

920,271 29 

27,774 25 




113,443,633 40 


112,101,885 65 


117,795,638 53 


157,056,118 91 


177,943,131 54 



Dominion Notes Issued and Redeemed and in Circulation. 



Fiscal Year 


Notes in 

Circulation 

April 1. 


Notes held by 

Asst. Rec's 

General 

April 1. 


New Notes 

Issued during 

year. 


Notes 

Withdrawn 

and Destroyed 

during year. 


Notes held by 
Asst. Rec's 

General 
March 31. 


Notes in 

Circulation 

March 31, 


1911 

1912 

1913. 


$ cts. 

89,994,270 25 
113,443,633 40 
112,101,885 65 
117,795,638 53 
157,056,118 91 


$ cts. 

21,496,959 75 
28,406,318 75 
35,849,045 00 
40,075,653 75 
31,626,678 75 


$ cts. 

47,122,400 00 
39,949,522 50 
44,870,977 50 
59,054,7£0 00 
55,597,250 00 


$ cts. 

16,763,677 85 
33,648,544 00 
34,950,615 87 
28,^43,244 62 
25,917,736 12 


$ cts. 
40,284,180 00 


$ cts. 


1914 

1915 

1916 


177,943,131 54 















Dominion Notes Issued to Assistant Receivers General. 



] )enominations. 



Fractional. 



$4 . 

S5 

$500 

$1,000 , 

$500 Special 
$1,000 „ 
$5,000 ... 



Total 



1912-13. 



$ cts. 

90,522 50 

12,064,000 00 

8,000,000 00 



13,940,000 00 
1,025,000 00 
1,130,000 00 



400,000 00 
3,100,000 00 



39,749,522 50 



1913-14. 



$ ' cts. 

68,977 50 

13,076,000 00 

8,456,000 00 

240,000 00 

420,000 00 

1,225,000 00 

2,685,000 00 



300,000 00 
18,400,000 00 
-v- 



44,870,977 50 



1914-15. 



$ cts. 

98,750 00 

13,716,000 00 

8,880,000 00 



420,000 00 
925,000 00 
985,000 00 



30,000 00 
34,000,000 00 



59,054,750 00 



1915-16. 



% cts. 

186,250 00 

14,040,000 00 

9,976,000 00 



105,000 00 
290,000 00 



31,000,000 00 



55,597,250 00 



2— B 



XV111 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Dominion Notes Withdrawn from Circulation and Destroyed. 



Denominations. 



Fractional . 

$1 

$2 

$4 

$5 

$50 , 

$100 

Provincials . . . 

$500 

$1,000 

$500 Special 
$1,000 ii 
$5,000 ii 

Total 



1912-13. 



$ cts. 

47,138 50 

10,994,675 00 

7,679,172 00 

5,224,138 00 

304,457 50 

44,950 00 

7,000 00 

13 00 

955,000 00 

2,041,000 00 

310,000 00 

600,000 00 

5,435,000 00 



33,648,544 00 



1913-14. 



$ cts. 

54,236 87 

12,834,472 50 

8,450,216 00 

1,810,618 00 

2,131,672 50 

2,900 00 

3,u00 00 



1,084,000 00 

2,924,000 00 

103,500 00 

497,000 00 

5,055,000 00 



34,950,615 87 



1914-15. 



$ cts. 

57,855 62 

13,830,632 50 

9,046,026 00 

12,180 00 

887,242 50 

1,200 00 

2,600 00 

8 00 

284,500 00 

965,000 00 

90,000 00 

581,000 00 

2,485,000 00 



28,243,244 62 



1915-16. 



I 



cts. 



72,879 12 

13,134,612 00 

9,180,939 00 

8,468 00 

688,735 00 

1,500 00 

100 00 

3 00 

287,500 00 

431,000 00 

29,000 00 

353,000 00 

1,730,000 00 

25,917,736 12 



Statement showing one and two dollar Dominion Notes in circulation, total 
amount of Dominion Notes and Bank Notes in circulation and amount 
of gold held by the Receiver General, March 31, 1882, to March 31,. 1916. 



Year. 


One and Two 

Dollar Notes in 

Circulation. 


Total 

Dominion Notes 

in Circulation. 


Bank Notes 

in 
Circulation. 


Gold held 

by the 

Receiver General. 
* 


1882. 


$ cts. 

5,675,413 00 

5,809,538 00 

5,427,385 00 

5,290,655 00 

5,195,631 00 

5,761,588 00 

5,933,659 00 

5,852,398 00 

5,974,395 00 

6 262,728 00 

6,211,976 00 

6,520,193 00 

6,362,517 00 

6,339,098 00 

6,000,214 00 

6,711,754 00 

7,306,574 00 

7,902,076 00 

8,599,618 00 

9,136,829 00 

9,540,552 00 

10,071,569 00 

11,241,646 00 

11,610,702 00 

12,097,203 00 

14,427,814 00 

14,119,524 00 

14,215,537 00 

15,728,209 00 

17,155,990 00 

19,350,015 00 

20,783,997 00 

20,605,876 00 

20,236,008 50 

21,927,267 50 


$ cts. 

14,315,437 77 
15,801,769 98 
16,901,296 46 
15,600,166 86 
16,858,838 28 
14,781,270 78 
15,931,679 11 
15,110,965 33 
15,228,780 05 
16,150,405 48 
16,213,525 76 
17,587,711 60 
19,548,102 45 
20,940,237 12 
18,791,747 02 
21,987,013 26 
21,142,024 76 
22,933,078 39 
24,452,442 52 
28,498,519 52 
29,868,112 05 
33,777,733 58 
39,777,831 33 
47,839,250 33 
47,201,260 22 
54,794,596 86 
00,455,991 36 
79,351,080 50 
87,134,068 50 
89,994,270 25 
113,4*3,633 40 
112,101,885 65 
117,795,638 53 
157,056,118 91 
177,943,131 54 


$ cts 

32,947,260 04 
34,517,813 52 

30.197.882 51 
29,791,262 85 
29,959,916 55 
31,521,420 43 
31,985,285 27 
32,471,522 09 
31,704,281 61 
33,020,601 30 
32, 483, 965 00 

33. 430. 883 00 
30,702,607 00 
29,414,796 00 

30.789.457 00 
31,082,521 00 
35,930,085 00 
38,409,227 00 
43,814,918 00 
47,611,967 00 
52,442,982 00 
58,283,484 00 
59,760,119 00 
58,721,173 00 
65,991,818 00 
76,346,013 00 
69,047,892 00 

68.708.458 00 
78,265,822 00 
81,938,753 00 
95,918,404 00 

102,202,047 00 
96,848,384 00 
96,606,544 00 

114.S04.604 00 


$ cts. 
2,149,461 92 


1883 


2,381,288 51 


1884 


2,548,794 52 


1885 


2,345,525 44 


1886 


4,060,046 84 


1887 


2,516,972 36 


1888 

1889 . 


3,452,022 09 
3,925,994 19 


1890 


3,017,109 53 


1891 

1892 

1893 


3,789,704 21 
3,728,403 36 
5,550,3-1 36 


1894 

1895 


7,624,381 36 
9,175,245 43 


1896 


7,049,897 33 


1897 


10,380,205 37 


1898 

1899 


9,779,170 97 
11,708,191 25 


1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 


10,829,263 02 
15,159,309 02 
15,939,396 55 
20,702,114 08 
27,377,814 83 
35,813,970 43 


1900 

1907 

1908 


32,617,209 02 
37,619,596 81 
41,689,751 31 


1909 . . 


61,581,065 45 


1910 

1911 

1912 


69,736,110 85 
74,159,771 40 
98,802,395 14 


1913 


98,507,112 81 


1914 

1915 


101,161,366 18 
94,644,423 44 


1916 


120,931,622 98 



* Includes amount held as reserve against Savings Bank deposits. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



XIX 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Statement showing amount of Canadian Gold Coin issued by Mint to 

March 31, 1916. 






March 31, 
1913. 


March 31, 
1914. 


March 31, 
1915. 


March 31, 
1916. 


Total. 


Montreal . 


$ 

185,000 

280,000 

32,500 

37,500 

8,000 

125,000 

162,500 

898,325 

3,885 


$ 
45,000 


$ 


$ 


230,000 

280,000 

32,500 

37,500 

8,000 


Toronto . , 






Halifax 








St. John 






















125,000 
162,500 








By Mint 


2,151,410 
1,070 


897,170 
40,525 


535 


3,947,440 
45,480 






1,732,710 


2,197,480 


937,695 


535 


4,868,420 



$5 1,388,060 

10 3,480,360 



Note.— First coin issued May 10, 1912. 



4,868,420 



Coinages (in dollar and cent denomination) executed at the Royal Mint, Lon- 
don, and the Mint, Birmingham, for Canada, during the years 1858 to 1907 ; 
also coinages struck for New Brunswick and Nova Scotia before Confeder- 
ation in 1867, and for Prince Edward Island before 1873, when that Pro- 
vince entered the Confederation, and coined and issued by the Royal Mint, 
Ottawa, January 1, 1908, to March 31, 1916. 



Year. 



1858 

1859 

1860 

1861 

1861 

1862 

1862 

1864 

1864 

1870 

(i) 1871 

1871 

0') 1872 

tfj 1874 

U) 1875 

0') 1876 

(i) 1880 

0') 1881 

(i) 1882 

(i) 1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 



Silver. 



50 cents. 



25 cents. 



225,000 



100,000 
40,000 



75,000 



2-bJ 



$ cts. 



20 cents. 



225,000 00 



100,000 00 
560,000 00 
400,000 00 
250,000 00 



100,000 00 
205,000 00 
150.000 00 
240,000 00 



48,000 00 

135,000 00 

25,000 00 



150,000 



10 cents. 



30,000 



30,000 



125,000 



15,000 



10,000 



160,000 



80,000 
100,000 

60,000 
100,000 



150,000 
95,000 

100,000 
30,000 
15,000 
40,000 
80,000 
35,000 



5 cents. 



75,030 



5,000 
5,000 



140,000 



70,000 

100,000 

40,000 

50,000 



150,000 
75,000 
50,000 
30,000 
10.000 
50,000 
85,000 
25,000 



Total. 



$ cts. 
350,000 00 



50,000 00 



45,000 00 



"50,000 00 



350,000 00 
800,000 00 
500,000 00 
400,000 00 



400,000 00 

450,000 00 

300,000 00 

.300,000 00 

25,000 00 
138.000 00 
300,000 Ou 

85,000 00 



Bronze. 



1 cent. 


^cent. 


Total. 


$ 

100,000 
95,790 


$ 

1,114 
' 2*000 

2,000 


$ cts. 

100,000 

95,790 

1,114 


10,000 
8,000 

10,000 

10,000 

8,000 


(a\ 10,000 

(b) 10,000 

(a) 

(b) 10,000 

(a) 10,000 

(b) 10,000 


10,000 




(c) 10,000 














40,000 

20^000 
40,000 




40,000 

20,000 
40,000 


25,000 




25,000 


15,000 
15,000 




15,000 
15,000 



XX 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Coinages (in dollar and cent denomination) executed at the Royal Mint, Lon- 
don, and the Mint, Birmingham, for Canada, during the years 1858 to 1907, 
etc. — Con. 



Year. 


Silver. 


Bronze. 


50 cents. 


25 cents. 


20 cents. 


10 cents. 


5 cents. 


Total. 


1 cent. 


| cent. 


Total. 


1888 
1889 


$ 
30,000 


$ cts. 

100,000 00 

(d)16,585 00 

50,000 00 

30,000 00 

127,500 00 
25,000 00 
55,000 00 


$ 


$ 

50,000 
60,000 
45,000 
80,000 
52,000 
50,000 
50,000 


$ 

50,000 
60,000 
50,000 
90,000 
43,000 
85,000 
25,000 


$ cts. 

230,000 00 
136,585 00 
155,000 00 
200,000 00 
29S,000 00 
160,000 00 
144,518 00 


$ 
40,000 


9 


S cts. 
40,000 


(j) 1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 


10,000 

75^500 

(e) 14,518 


ib,666 

(i) 14,525 
12,000 
20,000 
10,000 
12,000 
20,000 
15,000 

' 10,000 
24,000 
10,000 
26,000 
41,000 
30,000 


— 


10,000 
14,525 
12,000 
20,000 
10,000 
12,000 


1896 








65,000 


75,000 


140,000 00 


20,000 


1897 








15,000 


1898 


50,000 






72,000 


95,000 


217,000 00 




0') 1898 
1899 
1900 

{j) 1900 
1901 
1902 

(j) 1902 
1903 

0') 1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 

0') 1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 
1914 
1915 
1916 






10,000 


25,000 
59,000 


(/) 103,895 00 
330,000 00 




120,000 
110,000 


150,000 
90,000 


398,895 00 
589,000 00 


24,000 
10,000 
26,000 


40,000 
60,000 

70J606 

30,000 

20,000 

175,000 

150,000 

7,700 

126,600 

243,600 

162,000 

150,500 

138,000 

80,500 

6,000 

4,000 


160,000 00 

116,000 00 

200.000 00 

(ff) 211,537 50 




120,000 
72,000 
110,000 
50,000 
132,000 
100,000 
100,000 
170,000 
262,000 


100,000 
106,000 
110,000 
50,000 
132,000 
120,000 
130,000 
155,000 
260,000 


420,000 00 
354,000 00 
420,000 00 
311 537 50 
331,0u0 00 
350,000 00 
450,000 00 
809,460 75 
1,194,000 00 


41,000 
30,000 


40,000 




40,000 


100,000 00 

200,000 00 

(/i)309,460 75 

522,000 00 

22,025 00 
403,900 00 
660,300 00 
622,000 00 
622,500 00 
447,000 00 
303,500 00 
92,000 00 
18,000 00 


210,000 


25.000 
20,000 
41,000 
24,000 

8,000 
21,604 
39,300 
42,020 
51,480 
50,000 
55,600 
35,100 
51,400 

9,300 




25,000 
20,000 
41,000 
24,000 
8,000 


14,900 
210,300 
337,000 
367,700 
334,500 
326,000 
194,000 
68,000 
20,000 


18,400 
127,500 
223,100 
239,300 
284,500 
264,000 
156,002 

40,000 


63,025 00 

868,300 00 

1,464 00C 00 

1,391,000 00 

1,392,000 00 

1,175,000 00 

734,002 00 

206,000 00 

42,000 00 


21,604 
39,300 
42,020 
54,480 
50,000 
55. COO 
35,100 
51,400 
9,300 




2,167,918 


8,286,203 25 


4,937,400 


4,288,862 


19,890,323 25 


1,218,119 


5,114 


1,223,233 



Note. — (a) New Brunswick coinage, (b) Nova Scotia coinage. (c) Prince Edward Island coinage. 
(d) Recoined from withdrawn 20 cent piecea of the nominal value of $17,074. (c) Recoined from withdrawn 
20 cent pieces of the nominal value of $15,000. (/) Including $18,895 recoined from withdrawn 20 cent 
pieces of the nominal value of $9,500, and worn silver coin of the estimated value of $10,500. {g) Partly 
produced from worn silver coin of the nominal value of $11,686 75. (h) Partly produced from worn silver 
coin of the nominal value of $2,000. (i) Including $4,525 produced from old copper and bronze coin. 
(i) Coined at the Mint, Birmingham. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



XXI 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Statement showing amount of United States silver and bronze coin withdrawn 
from circulation in Canada and exported during the period from April 1, 
1911, to March 31, 1916, together with the expenditure in connection there- 
with. 






1911-12. 


1912-13. 


1913-14. 


1914-15. 


1915-16. 


Totals. 


Ontario 

New Brunswick . . 
Manitoba 


$ cts. 

757,381 03 

212,506 66 

19,81.1 47 

25,535 00 

193,231 06 

468,394 60 

61,550 56 

52,776 70 


$ cts. 

704,172 25 

186,032 48 

17,445 00 

23,851 50 

233,452 17 

534,368 40 

103,598 97 

58,919 25 


$ cts. 

662,284 82 

208,288 71 

20,878 00 

30,250 75 

238,161 37 

507,264 33 

72,087 40 

80,576 44 

640 00 


$ cts. 

634,087 51 

197,392 94 

30,167 75 

37,656 00 

165,010 12 

422,536 92 

75,517 33 

77,913 03 

300 00 


$ cts. 

524,532 81 

158,351 69 

27,610 75 

36,052 15 

181,105 01 

309,148 47 

46,294 65 

39,747 77 

100 00 

1,630 00 


$ cts. 

3,740,116 81 

1,162,987 27 

139,882 97 

185,156 90 

1,250,717 96 


British Columbia 

Prince Edward Isl'd . 


2,660,503 97 

479,912 63 

260,744 94 

1,040 00 








1,630 00 


Total 


1,791,187 08 


1,866,840 02 


1,820,431 82 


1,640,581 60 


1,324,573 30 

4,966 79 
5,312 97 


9,982,693 45 


Comrn. paid 


6,715 07 
6,148 96 


6,999 95 
6,460 29 


6,825 99 
6,399 21 


6,151 73 
5,653 73 


37,429 47 
37,670 06 


Total 


12,864 03 


13,460 24 


13,225 20 


11,805 46 


10,279 76 


75,099 53 



XX11 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

SILVER RECOINAGE STATEMENT. 



April 30, 1913. 
April 30, 1914. 
March 31, 1915 
March 31, 1916 



Amount 

withdrawn 

for recoinage 

face value. 



$ cts. 

842,743 11 
154,992 10 
106,015 65 
156,830 00 



l,260,58r 86 



Amount 

recoined, 

face value. 



$ cts. 

742,672 63 

185,866 37 

96,893 15 

143,354 10 



1,168,786 25 



Loss 
on recoinage. 



8 



cts. 



53,543 37 

15,652 84 

9,122 50 

13,475 90 



91,794 61 



COPPER RECOINAGE STATEMENT. 



April 30, 1913. 
March 31, 1914 
March 31, 1915 
March 31, 1916 



Amount 

withdrawn 

for recoinage 

face value. 



cts. 

266 17 
55 32 
46 50 
54 43 

422 42 



Amount 

recoined, 

face value. 



cts. 

201 44 

70 87 
43 78 
51 53 

367 62 



Loss 
on recoinage. 



cts. 



49 18 
2 72 
2 90 

54 80 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



xxm 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

THE GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY. 

IN ACCOUNT WITH THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND RECEIVER GENERAL 

OF CANADA. 

Authorized issue of £14,000,000 guaranteed by the Dominion Government 

(Chapter 98, Acts of 1905.) 



By proceeds of £3,200,000 issue of 3 per cent bonds in March, 
1905, and sold to Rothschilds & Sons at a net price of 
92J and accrued interest — 

£3,200,000 at 92& £2,960,000-0- $14,405,333 33 

Accrued interest 34,817-0-11 169,442 96 



2,994,817-0-11 14,574,776 29 
Less cost of exchange in transfer to Canada 15,102 21 

By proceeds of £2 000,000 issue of 3 per cent bonds in July, 
1909, and sold to Rothschilds & Sons at a net price of 80 
and accrued interest— 

£2,000,000 at 80 £1,600,000-0- 7,786,666 66 

Accrued interest 4,014-5 19,536 02 



1,604,014-5- 7,806,202 68 

Plus profit in exchange in transfer to Canada 5,006 09 

By proceeds of £2,000,000 issue of 3 per cent bonds in July, 
1910, placed with the Bank of Montreal, London, for 
public subscription on terms to net the company at least 
£80-13-9 (actual amount received £80-14-6g per cent.) — 

£2,000,000 at 80-14-6J. £1,613,978.1- 7,854,693 17 

Less interest on prepayments 1,169-15-5 5,692 88 



Plus interest allowed by Bank of 
Montreal, London, on holdings 
to date of transfer to Canada . . 



1,612,808-5- 7 7,849,000 29 



1,732-11- 4 



8,431 82 



1,614,540-16-11 
Less cost of exohange in transit to Canada 



7,857,432 11 
5,186 66 



By interest allowed by Banks on deposits 

By amount to meet the obligations of the Crown to the 
Company under paragraph 5 of the schedule to Chapter 

24, Acts of 1904 

By proceeds of £6,800,000 (balance of issue of £14,000,000) 
purchased by Dominion Government under the terms of 
the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Bond Purchase Act, 
1913— 

£6,800,000 at par 33,093,333 33 

Less amounts allocated for the payment of interest 
on sums raised by the company from time to 
time on the pledging of bonds. — 
Feb. 11, 1913, Bank of Montreal, 

Montreal $ 17,376 73 

Feb. 21, 1913, Bank of Montreal, Lon- 
don, £37,696-8-2 183,455 85 

May 5, 1914, Union of London and 

Smith's Bank, London £7,128-8.9 34,691 73 
May 5, 1914, Glynn Mills Bank, Ltd., 

London, £4,277-1-3 20,815 04 

May 18, 1914, Bank of Montreal, Lon- 
don, £17,108-4-5 83,260 01 



$ 339,599 36 
Plus cost of exchange on transfer to . 

Canada 14,118 15 353,717 51 



To amount of payments made to the company under sundry 
certificates from the Government Chief Engineer 



Dr. 



$ cts. 



Cr. 



$ cts. 



14,559,674 08 



7,811,208 77 



59,238,137 85 



69,238,137 85 



7,852,245 45 
1,280,977 07 



4,994,416 66 



32,739,615 82 



69,238.137 85 



XXIV 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

THE GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY. 

IN ACCOUNT WITH THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND RECEIVER GENERAL 

OF CANADA. 

Authorized issue of $16,000,000 guaranteed by the Dominion of Canada 

(Chapter 34, Acts of 1914). 



By advances made by the Dominion Government against pledge of $7,500,000 
of 4 percent bonds, advance being by issue of Dominion Notes at various 

times and subsequently confirmed by Legislation, Cap. 4, Geo. V 

By proceeds of £655,600 of this issue sold to Messrs. Foley, Welch & 
Stewart, as follows : — 

Nov. 20, 1914, £482,400 at 92£ . ., $2,171,604 00 

Accrued interest 33,508 91 



Jan. 26, 1915, $119,500 at 92| 
Accrued interest 



537,949 17 
854 18 



Feb. 20, 1915, $28,400 at 92£ 127,847 33 

Accrued interest 581 17 



Aug. 13, 1915, £25,300 at 92£ 113,892 17 

Accrued interest 423 40 



,205,112 91 



538,803 35 



128,428 50 



114,315 57 



By pioceeds of sale of balance of issue to the Grand Trunk Railway Co . 

By interest accrued on deposit 

To amount of payments made to the company under sundry certificates 
from the Government Chief Engineer 



Dr. 



S cts. 



12,768,775 85 



12,768,775 85 



Cr. 



$ cts. 



6,000,000 00 



2,986,660 33 

3,780,000 00 

2,115 52 



12,768,775 85 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



XXV 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

THE CANADIAN NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY. 



IN ACCOUNT WITH THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND RECEIVER GENERAL OF 

CANADA. 

Authorized issue of £1,622,586 19s. 9d. guaranteed by the Dominion Govern- 
ment (Chapter 11, Acts of 1908). 






Dr. 


Cr. 


By proceeds of sale of £1,263,698 19s. 9d., or $6,150,000, 3£ 

per cent first mortgage debenture stock sold en bloc for..$ 6,000,000 00 
Less exchange at $4.862142 in transfer to Canada 5,577 08 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
5,994,422 92 


By proceeds of £358,888 3£ per cent first mortgage debenture 
stock sold in March, 1911, at a net price to the com- 
pany of 92, £330,176 19s. 2d $ 1,606,861 19 






1,602,534 68 
184,184 67 




To amount of payments made to the company under sundry certificates 


6,977,080 54 
804,061 73 






■ 


7,781,142 27 


7,781,142 27 


Nov. 11, 1916, by balance 




804,061 73 







XXVI 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

THE CANADIAN NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY. 

IN ACCOUNT WITH THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND RECEIVER GENERAL OF 

CANADA. 

Authorized issue of $45,000,000 guaranteed by the Dominion of Canada 

(Chapter 20 of the Acts of 1914.) 



By advances made by Dominion Government, August to 
December, 1914, against pledge of $12,500,000 of 4 per 
cent bonds, advance being by issue of Dominion Notes 
at various times and subsequently confirmed by Legis- 
ton Cap 4-5, Geo. V 

By proceeds sale of £3,000,000 4 per cent bonds in July, 1914, 
at a net price to the Company of 91^= £2.745,000-0-0. . 
By profit on exchange in transfer to Canada 



$13,359,000 00 
109,361 32 



By proceeds sale of £500,000 4 per cent bonds in Feb. 1915, 
at a net price to the company of 91 plus accured 

interest— £455,000-0- 

Accrued interest 7, 145-6- 5 



£462,145-6- 5 $ 2,249,107 23 
To loss on exchange in transfer to Canada 8,279 55 



By 



advance made by Columbia Trust Co., New York, 
September, 1915, against pledge of $15,333,333-34 4 per 
cent bonds — said bonds being pledged as security for 
the repayment of notes issued by the Company, due 
September 1st, 1917, for .$11500,000 00 

These notes were sold on a 6 per cent basis less underwritiug 

claims, the net proceeds being 

By interest accrued to May 15, 1916 

To amount of payments made to the Company under sundry certificates 
from the Government Engineer 

To Balance 



Nov. 11, 1916 by balance, . 



Dr. 



cts. 



35,289,640 09 
1,768,569 28 



37,058,209 37 



Cr. 



S ts. 

10,000,000 00 
13,468,361 32 



2,240,827 68 



11,084.850 00 
264,170 27 



37,058,209 97 



1,768,569 28 






PUBLW ACCOUNTS 



XXV11 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

THE CANADIAN NORTHERN ONTARIO RAILWAY COMPANY. 

IN ACCOUNT WITH THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND RECEIVER GENERAL OF 

CANADA. 

Authorized issue of £7,350,000 guaranteed by the Dominion of Canada 

(Chapter 6, Acts of 1911). 



Proceeds of £7,000,000 3£ per cent first 

mortgage debenture stock sold at a 

net price to the company of 90| £6,352,500 

Less exchange in transfer to Canada 



$30,915,500 00 
1,531 34 



By advance made by the Guaranty Trust Company of New York, July, 

1913, on £293,837 first mortgage debenture stock pledged as security 
By proceeds of sale of £33,561 in July, 

1914, of this stock at a net price of 88 £29,533 14 
By advance made by Lloyds Bank, Ltd., 

London, on £22,602 of above stock 
pledged as security (£70 advanced 
July, 1914, for each £100 of pledged 
securities 15,821 8 



£45,355 2 
By profit on exchange in transfer to Canada 







$ 220,728 15 
188 84 



By interest accrued to May 31, 1916, on deposits 

To amount of payments made to the company under sundry certificates 

from the Government Engineer 

To balance 



Nov. 11, 1916, by balance. 



Dr. 



cts. 



32,559,741 00 
960,054 04 



33,519,795 04 



Cr. 



$ cts. 

30,913,968 66 
1,001,004 71 



220,916 99 
1,383,904 68 



33,519,795 04 
960,054 04 



THE CANADIAN NORTHERN ALBERTA RAILWAY COMPANY. 

IN ACCOUNT WITH THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND RECEIVER GENERAL OF 

CANADA. 

Authorized issue of £647,260 guaranteed by the Dominion of Canada 
(Chapter 6, Acts of 1910, as amended by Chapter 8, Acts of 1912). 



By proceeds of sale of £647,260 in October, 1911, 3^ per 
cent first mortgage debenture stock at a net price to 

the company of 92, £595,479-4-0 $ 2,897,998 77 

Less exchange in transfer to Canada 7,819 69 



By interest accrued to May 31, 1916, on deposits 

To amount of payments made to the company under sundry certificates 
from the Government Engineer 



To balance . 



Nov. 11, 1916, by balance 



Dr. 



cts 



2,952,897 03 
15,362 09 



2,968,259 12 



Cr. 



cts. 



2,890,179 08 
78,080 04 



2,968,259 12 
15,362 09 



XXV111 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

THE CANADIAN NORTHERN ALBERTA RAILWAY COMPANY. 

IN ACCOUNT WITH THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND RECEIVER GENERAL OF 

CANADA. 

Authorized issue of £733,561 guaranteed by the Dominion of Canada 

(Chapter 7, Acts of 1912). 



By proceeds of £410,959 issue, 3£ per cent debenture stock 
sold in November, 1912, at a net price to the company of 
90, £369,863 2"0 $1,800,000 13 

Less on transfer to Canada 13 



By advances made by the Canadian Bank of Commerce, July, 1913, on the 
pledging of $1,350,000 3^ per cent debenture stock ($70 advanced for each 
$100 pledged) 

By advances made by the Guaranty Trust Company of New York, July, 
1913, on £45,206 3| per cent debenture stock pledged as security 

By interest accrued to 31st May, 1916, on deposits . . . . 

To amount of payments made to the Company under sundry certificates 
from the .Government Engineer 

To balance 



November 11, 1916, by balance. 



Dr. 



Ct8. 



2,927,440 00 
10,793 77 



2,938,233 77 



Cr. 



Ct8. 



1,800,000 00 



945.000 00 

154.001 77 
39,232 00 



2,938,233 77 
10,793 77 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



XXIX 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 



DECAYED PILOTS FUND. 



1916. 



1916. 



IN ACCOUNT WITH THE DOMINION OF CANADA. 



April 1. Balance from March 31, 1915 $ 

Receipts from April 1, 1915, to March 31, 1916 

Interest received on bonds , 

Premium on $18,000, Province of Ontario, 4J p.c. bonds bought for the 

Fund at fl8 $ 360 00 

Less accrued interest on same from May 31 to July 10, 1916 — 40 days. . . 88 77 



Premiums on $6,000 Province of Ontario 4j per cent bonds bought for the 

Fund at 98 120 00 

Less accrued interest on same 58 44 



Interest allowed on deposit with the Government 



Less — Pensions to pilots, widows and minors 



Gain of $2,360.75 tor the year. 



Mar. 31. Cash on deposit with the Government 

ii 31. Bonds and debentures held by the Government, as under :-- 



61,258 46 
5,679 50 
1,470 00 



271 23 



61 56 
673 62 

$ 69,414 37 
5,795 16 

$ 63,619 21 



.$ 6,619 21 



Date. 



Kate of 
Interest. 



Maturing. 



Series. 



Numbers. 



Amount. 



Montreal Harbour Debentures. 



$ cts. 



cts. 



July 4, 1891. 

Jan. 5, 1894. 

July 5, 1887. 

., 5, 1888. 



4 p.c. 
4 ,. 

4 ,. 

4 „ 



July 5, 1921.. 
., 5,1924.. 
„ 5, 1917. . 
>, 5,1918.. 



H. 
J. 

J. 
G. 



64-65, 139, 142 

231-246 

164-172 

289-290 



6,000 00 

16,000 00 

9,000 00 

2,000 00 



Province of Ontario Bonds. 



May 1, 1916. 
- 1, 1915. 



4^ p.c. 

4£ „ 



May 1, 1925. . L. 
,. 1,1925 



L. 3532, 3, 4, L. 3060. L. 

3067, 8 

Nos. 0708 to 0725, inclusive 



6,000 00 
18,000 00 



57,000 00 
63,619 21 



XXX 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 






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7 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 A. 1917 



PART 1 



BALANCE SHEET 



RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS 



MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS 



2—1 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Balance Sheet Dominion of 



Db. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Investments. 

Sinking Funds. 

Loan of 1884 

3£ per cent loan of 1930-50 

4 per cent loan of 1940-60 : 

Sundry Investments. 

Consolidated Fund Investment Account 

Loans to Banks, "Finance Act, 1914" 

Montreal Harbour Commission 

Montreal Turnpike Trust ■ 

Quebec Harbour Debentures 

St. John Bridge and Railway Extension Company 

Three Rivers Harbour Debentures 

Canadian Northern Railway loan Account, 1914 (Chapter 4 of Acts of 

1915) _. ._ _ 

The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, Prairie Section Loan Account 

(Chapter 19 of Acts of 1909) 

The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Loan Account, 1913 (Chapter 23 

of Acts of 1913) 

The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Loan Account, 1914 (Chapter 4 of 

Acts of 1915) ! . . . . 

The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Investment Account 



Public Works. 

Canals. 

Burlington Bay Canal 

Chambly Canal and River Richelieu 

Improvement of the Trent 

Lachine Canal 

Lake St. Peter 

Murray Canal 

Ottawa Works 

Quebec Canals 

Sault Ste. Marie Canals 

St. Lawrence Canals 

St. Ours Locks 

St. Peters Canal _ 

Tay River Navigation 

Trent River Navigation 

Welland Canal 

Welland Ship Canal 

Miscellaneous 



Railways. 



Digby and Annapolis Railway 

Intercolonial Railway 

International Railway 

Prince Edward Island Railway 

National Transcontinental Railway , 

New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island Railway.' 

Hudson Bay Railway 

New cars for His Royal Highness the Governor General. 

North Railway 

Quebec bridge , 

Miscellaneous 



cts. 



6,876,688 20 
4,619,028 21 
1,068,111 21 



212,639 65 

1,071,235 00 

24,565,000 00 

195,000 00 

9,304,550 58 

433,900 00 

81,760 97 

10,000 000 00 

10,000,000 00 

15,000,000 00 

6,000,000 00 
33,093,333 23 



308, 

530, 

559, 

11,118, 

1,164, 

1,248, 

6,875, 

34, 

4,994, 

34,072, 

5, 

492, 

573, 

15,317, 

29,396, 

9,978, 



328 32 
792 59 
067 70 
507 44 
235 08 
946 71 
244 17 
841 69 
372 51 
237 45 
690 91 
023 82 
345 07 
875 16 
775 66 
190 80 
125 00 



660 

115,730 

3 

10,841 

159,880 

224 

15,747 

71 

250 

17,386 

18 



,683 09 
,259 68 
,937 47 
,372 44 
,386 37 
,211 28 
,908 43 
,838 82 
,000 00 
173 04 
,000 00 



cts. 



12,563,827 62 



109,957,419 43 



116,670,600 OS 



320,814,470 62 



Carried forward. 



560,006,317 75 



i 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 
Canada, on March 31, 1916. 



Cr. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Public Debt. 

Payable in London. 



3f per 
3^ 

H 

3 
3 
3 

2^ 

4 

4| 



cent loan ofl909. 
1884. 



Canadian Pacific Railway, land grant. 

1930-50 

1888 

1892 

1894 

1897 : 

1940-60 , 

1920-25 



Temporary Loans: — 

Imperial Government. 
New York Loan 



Payable in Canada. 

Province of New Brunswick 6 per cent loan debentures. 

Province of Canada 5 per cent loan debentures 

Dominion Stock, issue A, 6 per cent 

A, 3i , " 

B, 3| " 

C, 3* " 

F, 3$ " 

" " icnc 9 1 « 



Dominion of Canada War Loan, 1915-25. 



Dominion Notes 

Provincial Notes, Nova Scotia 

Unpaid Warrants, Prince Edward Island.. 

Savings Banks. 

Dominion Government Savings Banks 

Post Office Savings Banks 

Savings Banks, Nova Scotia Suspense Account. 

Interest Account. . 



Seigneurial Accounts. 



Compensation to Seigneurs 

Townships. 



Trust Fund. 



Bank Circulation Redemption Fund. 

Common School Funds 

Indian Funds 



Province Accounts. 

Province of British Columbia Debt Account 

Manitoba Debt Account 

Nova Scotia Debt Account 

New Brunswick Debt Account 

Ontario Debt Account, 47 Vict. c. 4... 
Prince Edward Island Debt Account. 
Quebec Debt Account, 47 Vict. c. 4.. . 



26,701, 

23,467, 

15,056, 

137,058, 

8,071, 
18,250, 
10,950, 

4,888, 
93,926, 
24,333, 



cts 



842 68 
206 27 
006 66 
841 00 
230 16 
000 00 
000 00 
185 64 
666 66 
333 33 



137,992,379 82 
45,000,000 00 



600 00 

400 00 

8,000 00 

31,836 67 

137,400 00 

48,666 67 

61,150 00 

10,000 00 

100,000,000 00 



13,514,760 75 

40,008,417 70 

977 81 

4,270 08 



34,084 96 
153 00 



5,422,628 26 
2,637,865 76 
7,741,724 23 



583,021 40 
3,578,941 20 
1,055,924 25 

529,299 39 
2,848,289 52 

775,791 83 
2,549,213 61 



2-H 



Carried forward . 



cts. 



362,703,312 40 
182,992,379 82 



100,298,053 34 

177,943,131 54 

39,220 05 

549 59 



53,528 426 34 



34,237 96 



15,802,218 25 



11,920,481 20 



905,262,010 49 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Balance Sheet Dominion of 



Dr. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Brought forward 

Public Works— Continued. 
Sundry Works. 



Bare Point Breakwater 

Cape Tormentine Harbour 

Esquimalt Graving Dock 

Georgian Bay to Montreal, Waterway Survey 

Government Buildings, Ottawa 

Improvement to the St. Lawrence 

Kingston Graving Dock 

Land and Cable Telegraph Lines 

Levis Graving Dock 

Montreal Harbour Improvements 

New Dominion Building, Toronto 

Port Arthur and Fort William Harbour and River Kaministique. 

Halifax Dry Dock 

Port Colborne Harbour 

Quebec Harbour Improvements 

Rainy River Lock and Dam 

St. Andrews Rapids, including Red River Improvements 

St. John Harbour Improvements 

Tiffin Harbour Improvements 

Vancouver Harbour 

Victoria Harbour, Ontario-Improvements 

Victoria Harbour, British Columbia— Improvements 

Yukon Territories Works 

Toronto Harbour 



Militia. 



cts. 



S cts. 
560,006,317 75 



Province Accounts. 

Province of Nova Scotia Suspense Account 

" Prince Edward Island Land Account. 
" Quebec Debt Account. % 



Miscellaneous and Banking Accounts. 

Alberta Government, Special Account 

Bank of England, Suspense Account 

Bank of Montreal, Provincial Notes, Suspense Account 

Calgary and Edmonton Railway, Special Account 

Canada Grain Act 

Canadian Northern Railway, Special Account 

Canadian Pacific Railway Land Grant Security, Suspense Account.. 

Copper Coinage '■ 

French Government, Special Account > 

Gold Coinage Account 

High Commissioner for Canada in London, Suspense Account 

Imperial Government 

Intercolonial Railway, Stores Account 

International Railway of New Brunswick, Stores Account 

King's Printer, Stationery : • 

Militia and Defence, Suspense Account . . 

National Transcontinental Railway, Open Accounts 

National Transcontinental Railway, Stores Accounts 

Now Brunswick and Prince Edward Island Railway, Open Accounts 

Prime Edward Island Railway, Open Account 

Prince Edward Island Railway, Stores Accounts 

Carried forward 



217,995 90 

236,860 63 

1,258,564 25 

873,712 90 

13,534,128 70 

21,334,632 51 

556,589 35 

348,320 77 

971,592 58 

1,060,342 83 

1,160,868 68 

11,357,557 69 

3,627 17 

904,459 39 

4,639,779 67 

133 80 

1,572 798 97 

9,400,104 22 

481,621 59 

3,081,427 08 

761,801 79 

2,597,006 15 

1,921,392 10 

1,170,672 23 



40,315 94 

782,402 33 

1,473,609 63 



79,445,990 95 
12,118,150 87 



2,296,327 90 



47,514 66 




80,070 20 




28,431 33 




1,058,540 58 




78,242 51 




619,523 81 




23.674 43 




10,915 05 




320,909 78 




1,009,433 02 




4,137 69 




43,710,945 33 




1,752,312 12 




31,289 63 




224,362 14 




522,476 19 




1,339,250 93 




518,850 24 




3.765 13 




17,562 55 




54.045 50 




51.456,242 S2 


653,866,787 47 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 
Canada, on March 31, 1916 — Continued. 



Cr. 



Brought forward 

Miscellaneous and Banking Accounts. 

Alberta School Lands 

Alberta Government Seed Grain 

Atlantic and Lake Superior Company, Special Account 

Banque du Peuple, Special Account 

Banque Ville Marie, Special Account 

Bank of Yarmouth, Special Account 

Behring Sea Indemnity 

Briton Medical and General Life Association, Special Account 

Banque St. Hyacinthe, Special Account 

Cash Suspense 

Central Bank, Special Account 

Collingwood Harbour, Special Account 

Columbia River, Special Account 

Commercial Bank of Manitoba, Special Account 

Contractor's Securities 

Copyright Duties 

Decayed Pilots' Fund Account 

Empress of Ireland Relief Fund, Special Account 

Fort Osborne Barracks, Special Account 

Government Annuities Account 

Insurance Fund 

Interior Department, Special Account 

International Railway, Opern Accounts 

Intercolonial and Prince Edward Island Railway, Employees' Provi- 
dent Fund 

Interprovincial Bridge over Restigouche, Special Account 

International Railway of New Brunswick, Open Accounts 

Land Assurance Fund, Special Account 

Law Fees, Maritime Court, Ontario 

Manitoba School Land Account 

National Transcontinental Railway, Medical Fund 

National Transcontinental Railway, Apprentice Fund 

New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island Railway, Stores Account... 

Ontario Farmers — Gift 

Prisoners of War ' 

Pelagic Sealing, Special Account 

Post Office Account 

Railways and Canals Department, Suspense Account 

Railway Grade Crossing Fund 

Retirement Fund Account 

Royal Northwest Mounted Police, Special Account 

Saskatchewan School Lands Account 

St. Helen's Island, Special Account 

St. Stephen's Bank, Special Account 

Strathcona Trust, Special Account 

Superannuation Fund 

Trade and Commerce, Suspense Account — "Commandeering Grain".. 

Three Rivers Harbour, Sinking Fund 

Unpaid Coupons 

Unpaid Debentures 

Unpaid Dividends, British Columbia 

Canada 

Dominion Stock 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Prince Edward Island 

LTnpaid Warrants of former years, Canada 

War, Special Account 



Amount. 



$ cts 



Carried forward. 



2,630, 

8, 

1, 

14, 

4, 
1, 



5, 

28, 

2, 

12, 

2, 

6, 

4,920, 

63, 

1, 

62, 

2,715, 

356, 

50, 

2,055, 



779 53 
784 19 
521 82 
579 85 
451 09 
124 82 
022 05 
179 74 
655 00 
246 35 
225 94 
304 80 
989 16 
460 56 
395 45 
76 37 
184 25 
599 21 
947 27 
602 20 
814 44 
846 04 
116 58 



Total. 



343,760 68 

8,837 70 

30,103 69 

7,626 21 

408 25 

3,858,208 55 

10,872 27 

2,226 08 

1,808 59 

25 61 

95,515 80 

178,336 25 

3,041,561 89 

39,963 38 

985,422 72 

3,715,280 89 

108,857 00 

3,349,465 69 

19,783 10 

11,821 00 

500,000 00 

461,849 25 

6,040 35 

1,820 16 

77,997 37 

973 33 

33 67 

4,663 18 

4,578 23 

1,279 00 

795 80 

867 25 

49 36 

1,901,052 92 



•I cts. 
905,262,010 49 



31,725,791 93 



936,987,802 42 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Balance Sheet Dominion of 



Dr. 



Brought forward .• 

Miscellaneous and Banking Accounts — Concluded. 



Brought forward. 



Qu'Appelle, L. L. and Saskatchewan Railway, Special Account. 

Russian Government, Special Account 

St. John and Quebec Railway, Open Accounts 

St. John and Quebec Railway, Stores Accounts 

Seed Grain and Relief Accounts 

Seed Grain, Saskatchewan Government 

Silver Coinage 

Southern Alberta Land Company, Limited 

War Loan, 1915-25, Suspense Account, unpaid instalments 



Specie Reserve. 



Cash Account. 



Receiver General, Ottawa. . . . 
Bank of Montreal, New York. 



Less — Bank of Montreal, London. 



Railway Accounts. 



Canadian Pacific Railway 

Grand Trunk Railway, Debenture Account. 
Grand Trunk Railway, Interest Account — 
Grand Trunk Railway, Special Account 



Territorial Account. 



Northwest Territories, Organization 

Northwest Territories, Purchase 

Add— Dominion Lands to March 31, 1911. 



Less — Received from Dominion Lands. 



Add — Expenses connected with Northwest Rebellion. 



Amount. 



cts. 



1,112,250 02 

180,698 82 

1,480 07 

68 26 

11,418,043 03 

162,066 83 

720,984 12 

354,684 00 

200 00 



9,022,375 73 
3,447,201 59 



12,469,577 32 
2,129,020 03 



62,789,776 09 

15,142,633 34 

10,457,458 01 

7,302 18 



1,460,000 00 

1,460,000 00 

10,425,395 92 



13,345,395 92 
4,275,526 11 



9,069,869 81 
826,077 87 



Total. 



I 



cts. 



653,866,787 47 



65,406,717 97 
121,286,781 19 



10,340,557 29 



88,397,169 62 



9,895,947 68 



949,193,961 22 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Canada, on March 31, 1916 — Concluded. 



Cr. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Brought forward. 



Consolidated Fund. 



$ GtS. 



$ cts. 
936,987,802 42 



12,206,158 80 



949,193,961 22 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE i 

7 GEORGE V, A. 19.7 
Statement of the Receipts and Payments of Canada 



Receipts. 



Amouht 



Total. 



Consolidated Fund. 



Customs 

Excise 

Post Office 

Revenue from Public Works 

Revenue from Minor Public Works 

Revenue from Railways 

Revenue from Canals 

Interest on Investments 

Patent Fees 

Casual \ 

Ordnance Lands 

Fines and Forfeitures 

Premium, Discount and Exchange 

Mariners' Fund 

Electric Light Inspection 

Steamboat Inspection 

Gas Inspection 

Weights and Measures 

Cullers' Fees 

Law Stamps 

Penitentiaries 

Insurance Inspection 

Fisheries. . . . ' 

Modus Vivendi 

Canada Gazette 

Superannuation Fund 

Lighthouse and Coast Service 

Dominion Steamers 

Military College , 

Militia 

Civil Service Examination Fees 

Supreme and Exchequer Court Reports 

Dominion Lands 

Militia Pensions Revenue 

Inspection of Staples Revenue 

Royal Northwest Mounted Police Officers' Pensions. 
War Tax 



Less Chinese Revenue. 



Temporary Loans — 

New York Loan 

Bank of Montreal, Ottawa 

Imperial Government 

4 l A P-c. Loan 1920-25 

Dominion of Canada War Loan 1915-25. 



Loans. 



Savings Banks. . 
Dominion Notes. 



Trust Funds. 



Bank Circulation Redemption Fund. 

Common School Fund 

Indian Fund 



Investments. 

Loans to Banks — Finance Act, 1914 

Loans to Banks— Finance Act, 1914 — Grain. . . . 



98, 
22, 
18, 



18, 
3 
1, 



2, 



3, 



cts. 



649,409 48 

428,491 58 

858,690 10 

352,918 79 

58,868 50 

427,908 65 

446,722 21 

358,210 13 

230,191 95 

328, 124 09 

5,977 02 

81,691 33 

233,717 87 

72,545 65 

70,451 75 

5,092 12 

46,031 80 

110,857 25 

1,737 07 

11,520 15 

43,164 82 

52,951 27 

96,376 26 

9,912 00 

29,863 38 

31,796 94 

643 00 

35,070 88 

35,142 19 

192,299 61 

10,241 50 

140 68 

299,550 47 

23,512 99 

913,616 46 

5,330 36 

620,781 72 



172,179,552 02 
31,713 75 



45,000,000 00 

5,000,000 00 

76,518,695 60 

24,333,333 33 

100,000,000 00 



174,104 56 

6,201 20 

706, 154 05 



5,231,265 00 
2,675,000 00 



cts. 



172,147,838 27 



250,852,028 93 
12,001,974 64- 

29.498,290 13 



8S6.459 81 



7,906,265 00 



Carried forward. 



473,292,856 78 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 
for the Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1916. 



Payments. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Consolidated Fund 

Interest on Public Debt 

Charges of Management 

Sinking Funds 

Premium, Discount and Exchange 

Civil Government 

Administration of Justice 

Dominion Police 

Legislation , 

Penitentiaries 

Arts, Agriculture and Statistics 

Immigration 

Quarantine. " 

Pensions 

Superannuation 

Militia 

Royal Northwest Mounted Police 

Public Works Income 

Railways and Canals Income 

Mail Subsidies and Steanboat Subventions 

Ocean and River Service 

Lighthouse and Coast Service 

Marine Hospitals 

Steamboat Inspection 

Fisheries 

Department of Mines 

Scientific Institutions 

Subsidies to Provinces 

Indians 

Government of the Northwest Territories 

Miscellaneous 

Yukon Provisional District 

Naval Service 

Labour 

Customs 

Excise 

Weights, Measures, Gas and Electric Light 

Culling Timber 

Inspection of Staples 

Adulteration of Food 

Post Office 

Public Works, Collection of Revenue 

Railways and Canals, Collection of Revenue 

Dominion Lands 

Trade and Commerce 

Bounties 



Redemption of Debt. 

Temporary Loans — Ottawa 

Dominion Stock Issue "A" 334 P- c 

ti a \-' " 

jt it "T?" " 

1896 " ...''........ 

Treasury Bills, London 



Savings Banks 

Dominion, Notes 

Carried forward . 



21, 

1, 

6, 
1) 

1, 

3, 
1, 



4, 

1, 

12, 

1, 
1, 

1, 



1, 

11, 
2, 

1, 

1, 

3, 



16, 

20, 
3, 
1, 



$ cts 

421,584 86 
435,527 28 

773.021 11 
296,308 70 
408,856 63 
477,238 43 
116,664 54 
180,363 26 
903,318 11 
452,153 76 
307,480 46 
203,308 69 
671,133 25 
454,342 04 
681,502 99 

395.022 45 
039,252 06 
671,590 43 
768,757 27 
213,917 52 
937,759 08 

66.740 80 
64,884 01 

115,303 29 
462,787 33 
463,494 42 
451,673 28 
190,333 48 
5,232 08 
153,894 11 
344,575 39 
154,426 27 

56.741 58 
685,399 40 
897,671 34 
305,215 24 

6,838 15 
2,066 60 
44,721 51 
009,138 77 
857,877 09 
777,829 68 
418,297 80 
897,245 68 
109,236 68 



10,000,000 00 

2,300 00 

29,500 00 

3,200 00 

357,900 00 

14,599,999 99 



cts. 



130,350,726 90 



24,992,899 99 



12,475,266 56 
8,611,277 50 



176,430,170 95 



10 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Statement of the Receipts and Payments of Canada 



Receipts. 



Amount. 



Total. 



$ cts. 



Brought forward. 



Miscellaneous. 

Alberta School Lands Account : 

Bank of England, Suspense Account 

Bank of Montreal, London, Loan Suspense Account 

Belgian Relief Fund 

Calgary and Edmonton Railway, Special Account 

Canada Grain Act: — Government Elevators 

Canadian Northern Railway, Special Account 

Cash Suspense 

Contractor's Securities 

Copper Coinage 

Decayed Pilots' Fund Account 

Dominion Assay Office 

Empress of Ireland Relief Fund 

French Government Special Account 

Gold Coinage Account 

Government Annuities Account 

High Commissioner for Canada in London, Suspense Account 

Imperial Government 

Insurance Fund 

Intercolonial and Prince Edward Island Railway Employees' Provi 

dent Fund 

Intercolonial Railway, Open Accounts 

Intercolonial Railway, Stores Account. 

International Railway of New Brunswick, Open Accounts 

International Railw T ay of New Brunswick, Stores Account 

Italian Government Account 

King's Printer Advance Account 

King's Printer Stationery Office Account 

Land Assurance Fund, Special Account 

Manitoba School Lands Account 

Militia and Defence, Special Account 

National Transcontinental Railway, Open Accounts 

National Transcontinental Railway, Stores Account 

National Transcontinental Railway, Apprentice Fund 

National Transcontinental Railway, Medical Fund 

New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island Railway Open Accounts — 
New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island Railway, Stores Account. . 

New York Loan 1915, Interest Special Account 

New Zealand Government, Special Account 

Outstanding Cheques, Account 

Ontario Farmers "Gift" 

Pelagic Sealing, Special Account . x 

Post Office Account 

Prince Edward Island Railway, Open Accounts 

Prince Edward Island Railway, Stores Account 

Prisoners of War 

Qu'Appelle, Long Lake and Saskatchewan Railway Special Account... 

Railways and Canals, Suspense Account 

Retirement Fund Account 

Russian Government 

Saskatchewan School Lands Account 

Seed Grain and Relief Accounts 

Seed Grain Advances, 1908, Province of Saskatchewan 

Silver Coinage Account 

St. John and Quebec Railway, Open Accounts 

St. John and Quebec Railway, Stores Account 

South Africa Government Special Account 

Superannuation Fund Account 

Three Rivers Harbour, Sinking Fund Account , 

Carried forward 



293 


856 55 


65 


169 06 




194 66 


15 


000 00 


144 


686 50 


3,191 


247 35 


117 


267 46 


4 


371 07 


1,604 


224 61 


54 


900 00 


7 


909 72 


2,794 


269 73 


10 


956 86 


1,670 


896 28 


1,066 


901 48 


564 


959 07 




293 88 


147,919 


735 11 


115 


537 23 


225 


539 26 


13,456 


303 27 


4,875 


600 40 


80 


901 57 


20 


698 19 


1,019 


886 84 


2,021 


595 32 


1,291 


340 87 




286 10 


359 


392 98 


100 


000 00 


2,666 


932 03 


2,223 


738 60 


2 


226 08 


20 


965 61 


91 


784 47 


56 


985 22 


44 


375 00 


3,570 


216 64 


27 


512 51 


37 


557 32 


10 


000 00 


77,663 


865 26 


397 


381 52 


145 


654 54 


86 


569 90 


245 


806 57 


42 


622 49 


760 


697 03 


1,449 


594 01 


574 


799 67 


2,744 


772 31 


21 


217 08 


216 


000 00 


60 


957 40 




304 77 


129 


932 63 


40 


047 74 


70 67 



$ cts. 
473,292,856 78 



276,426,508 49 473,292,856 7S 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



11 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 
for the Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1916 — Continued. 



Payments. 



Brought forward. 



Trust Funds. 



Bank Circulation Redemption Fund. 
Indian Fund 



Investments. 

Consolidated Fund Investment Account 

Loans to Banks — Finance Act, 1914 — Grain 

Montreal Harbour Commission 

Quebec Harbour Commission 

Miscellaneous. 

Alberta School Lands Account 

Bank of Montreal, London, Loan Suspense Account 

Bank of England Suspense Account 

Banque du Peuple, Special Account 

Banque St. Hyacinthe Special Account 

Banque Ville Marie 

Bank of Yarmouth 

Belgian Relief Fund 

Canada Grain Act: — Government Elevators 

Compagnie Mutuelle d'lmmeubles, Ltee, Special Account 

Canadian Northern Railway, Special Account 

Cash Suspense 

Contractors' Securities 

Copper Coinage 

Decayed Pilots' Fund Account 

Dominion Assay Office 

Empress of Ireland Relief Fund 

French Government 

Gold Coinage Account 

Government Annuities Account 

High Commissioner for Canada in London Suspense Account 

Imperial Government 

International Railway of New Brunswick, Open Accounts 

International Railway of New Brunswick, Stores Account 

Intercolonial and Prince Edward Island Railways Employees' Provid 

dent Fund 

Insurance Fund 

Intercolonial Railway, Open Accounts 

Intercolonial Railway, Stores Account 

Italian Government Account 

King's Printer, Advance Account 

King's Printer, Stationery Office Account 

Labour Department, Fair Wages Suspense Account 

Manitoba School Lands Account 

Militia and Defence, Special Account 

National Transcontinental Railway Open Account 

National Transcontinental Railway, Stores Account 

National Transcontinental Railway, Medical Fund 

New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island Railway, Open Account. . . 

New Brunswick and Prince Edward Railway Stores Account 

New Zealand Government 

Ontario Farmers "Gift", Special Account 

Outstanding Cheques Account 

Pelagic Sealing, Special Account 

Post Office Account 

Prince Edward Island Railway, Open Account 

Prince Edward Island Railway, Stores Account 

Carried forward 



Amount. 



cts 



376,815 83 
702,575 79 



18,000 00 

3,585,000 00 

1,980,000 00 

541,000 00 



183, 
145, 



15, 

3,226, 

50, 

80, 

6, 

2,322, 

50, 

5, 

2,794, 

9, 

2,018, 

1,593, 

164, 

186,350, 
61, 
38, 

258, 
22, 
9,780, 
4,248, 
1,019, 
2,021, 
1,305, 

188, 

3,976, 

2,677, 

10, 

67, 

51, 

3,922, 

27, 
51, 

77,064, 
395, 
137, 



673 82 
194 66 
070 31 
115 00 
260 00 
100 00 
165 00 
000 00 
430 73 
000 00 
000 00 
965 90 
701 85 
033 77 
983 93 
269 73 
357 65 
630 41 
906 75 
942 40 
445 26 
021 37 
854 17 
663 35 

614 87 
604 12 
282 81 
668 30 
886 84 
595 32 
545 27 
96 
151 34 
25 12 
561 19 
405 29 
093 34 
020 81 
380 18 
155 51 
587 56 
512 51 
663 75 
047 91 
764 38 
004 43 



306,345,357 87 



Total. 



$ cts. 
176,430,170 95 



1,079,391 62 



6,124,000 00 



183,633,562 57 



12 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Statement of the Receipts and Payments of Canada 



Receipts. 



Brought forward 

Micellaneous — Continued. 

Trade and Commerce, Special Account "Commandeering Grain". 

Unpaid Dividends, Dominion Stock 

War, Special Account 



Cash Accounts. 



Banks of Montreal, London — 
Bank of Montreal, New York. 
Cash Credits 



Specie Reserve Account 

Consolidated Fund Account. 



Carried forward . 



Amount. 



cts 



276,426,508 49 



328,331 95 

203 00 

1,275,152 92 



111,139,485 89 
121,159,456 85 
667,685,434 40 



Total. 



cts. 



473,292,856 78 



278,030,196 36 



899,984,377 14 

724,742 27 

1,555 30 



1.652.033.727 85 



1'inLIC ACCOUNTS 



13 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 
for the Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1916 — Continued. 



Payments 



Brought forward 

Miscellaneous — Continued. 

Prisoners of war 

Railways and Canals, Suspense Account 

Railway Grade Crossing, Special Account 

Retirement Fund 

Russian Government : 

Saskatchewan School Lands Account 

Seed Grain and Relief Accounts 

Silver Coinage Account ' 

St. Stephen's Bank Special Account 

St. John and Quebec Railway Open Accounts 

St. John and Quebec Railway Stores Account 

South Africa Government Special Account 

Superannuation Fund Account 

Southern Alberta Land Company, Limited 

Trade and Commerce Special Account "Commandeering Grain". 

War Special Accounts 

War Loan 1915-25 Suspence Account, Unpaid Instalments 



Cash Accounts. 



Bank of Montreal, London. . . . 
Bank of Montreal, New York. 
Cash Debits 



Specie reserve. Account 

Railways and Canals — Capital 



International Railway .• 

Intercolonial Railway 

Prince Edw r ard Island Railway 

New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island Railway. 

National Transcontinental Railway 

Hudson Bay Railway 

Quebec Bridge 

Lachine Canal 

Ottawa Works 

Tay River Navigation 

Trent Canal 

St. Lawrence Canals 

Welland Canal 

Welland Ship Canal 



Public Works — Capital. 

French River Waterway Improvements 

Halifax Dry Dock 

Esquimalt Dry Dock 

Government Buildings, Ottawa 

Toronto, New Dominion Building 

Toronto Harbour Improvements 

Quebec Harbour Improvements 

Rover St. Lawrence, Ship Canal 

Port Arthur and Fort William Harbour and River Improvements. 

Victoria Harbour, British Columbia 

St. John Harbour 

Vancouver Harbour, British Columbia 



Carried forward 1,481,248,902 76 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

306,345,357 87 



18,541 15 

11,721 97 

47,079 99 

90,764 15 

348,987 86 

288,397 00 

069,233 05 

283,735 77 

110 00 

58,001 14 

952 70 

319 18 

20,198 63 

114,684 00 

322,291 60 

100 00 

200 00 



4, 



104,435,809 03 
124,606,658 44 
690,868,709 65 



2,637 47 

635,050 25 

350,472 73 

224,211 28 

078,451 69 

887,131 77 

746,813 70 

131,361 64 

9,663 55 

615 00 

015,072 67 

33,759 79 

70,747 54 

909,732 51 



45 

24 

178 

24 

219 

1,123 

1,937 

1,315 

1,195 

1,132 

1,273 



, 697 04 
95 60 
912 90 
,897 36 
,489 51 
,443 47 
,513 78 
,090 48 
,512 23- 
,771 70. 
,533 45 
,271 39 



Total. 



$ cts. 

183,633,562 57 



312,020,676 06 



919,911,1/7 12 
27,116,536 51 



30,095,721 59 



8,471,228 91 



14 



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i. 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Statement of the Receipts and Payments of Canada 



Receipts. 



Brought forward . 



Amount. 



$ cts. 



Total. 



$ cts. 
1,652,033,727 85 



Total. 



1,652,033,727 85 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



15 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 
for the Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1916 — Conchoded. 



Payments. 



Brought forward 

Railway Subsidies. 



The Canadian Northern Ontario Railway 

The Canadian Pacific Railway 

The Canadian Northern Pacific Railway 

The Alberta Central Railway Company 

The Kettle Valley Railway 

The Quebec Central Railway 

The International Railway of New Brunswick. 



Charges of Management — Loan account. 

War 

Consolidated Fund Account 



Total. 



Amount. 



$ cts. 



495,604 83 
80,032 00 

244,889 57 
75,000 00 

460,691 49 

43,161 60 

791 93 



Total. 



$ cts. 
1,481,248,902 76 



1,400,171 42 

3,160,556 55 

166,197,755 47 

26,341 65 



1,652,033,727 85 



16 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Statement of the Consolidated Fund of Canada on March 31, 1916. 



To amount of payments (for details see page 9) 
Less Sinking Funds 



To Railway Subsidies 

To Government Annuities Account: — 

Amount required to bring the said Fund to the 
valuation of Annuities Contracts in force on 
March 31, 1916, in accordance with Section 
15, of Act of 1908 

To War Account 



To Charges of Management Loan Account: — 
4 per cent 1940-60 Loan Composition of 
Stamp Duty on £500,000 at 1 shilling 

3 pence per £10 $ 15,208 33 

£1,920 at 1 shilling 3 pence per $10. . . . 58 40 



Less stamps on scrip recovered . 



15,266 73 
55 76 



Solicitors' fees re sale of £500,000 

Commission fee and stamp for Declaration for 
Stock Exchange 



5% New York 1915 Loan:— 

f of one per cent on $25,000,000 $187,500 00 

Less interest 1 day at 5 per cent 3,472 22 



I of one per cent on $20,000,000 150,000 00 

Discount on loan at 99| 100,000 00 



$ cts. 

130,350,726 90 
•1,773,021 11 



Less interest 1 day at 5 per cent. 



250,000 00 

2,777 78 



■jig of one per cent on $45,000,000 to 

Bank of Montreal, New York 

Expenses of J. P. Morgan & Co. on account of pur- 
chase and sale 

American Bank Note Company, for engraving and 
printing 

Service of the Signature Company 

Long distance telephone calls made by Bank of Mont- 
real, New York 

Cables and telegrams by Bank of Montreal, New York 

Expenses of General Manager of Bank of Montreal 
while in New York 

Advertising 

Express 

Printing 



4£ per cent Loan of 1920-25:— 

1 per cent commission on £4,946,100 to the under- 
writers 

\ of one per cent on £4,946,100 for arranging the 
underwriting 

\ of one per cent on £5,000,000 to Bank of Montreal. 

j of one per cent to bankers and brokers on applica- 
tions bearing their stamp 

Discount of \ of one per cent on issue of £5, 000, 000 as 
per prospectus 

Discount on prepayments £5,090/19/03 

Less interest on overdue instalments... 13/01/08 



Stamp duty at 2s. 6d. per cent. 

Advertising 

Printing 



Carried forward. 



15,210 97 
42 46 

2 19 



184,027 78 



247,222 22 

28,125 00 

9,068 21 

14,572 00 
1,047 00 

307 25 
147 23 

411 87 
36 60 

175 91 
36 10 



240,710 20 

60, 177 55 
60,833 33 

52,330 05 

121,666 67 



24,712 34 

30,969 52 

5, 143 28 

821 92 



597,364 86 



Dr. 



cts 



128,577,705 79 
1,400,171 42 



26,341 65 
166,197,755 47 



Cr. 



$ cts. 



15,255 62 



485,177 17 



296,702,407 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



17 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Statement of the Consolidated Fund of Canada on March 31, 1916 — Concluded. 



Brought forward. 



Postage 

Stamps on allotment letters 

Stamps on scrip 

Stamps on Statutory declaration for Stock Exchange 

Solicitors' fees on account of issue 

Cost of collecting cheques 

Cables 



Dominion of Canada War Loan 1915-25: — 

; of one per cent commission on $100,000,000 paid to 
the Chartered Banks 

j of one per cent commission on $31,486,800 paid to 
brokers 

Discount of 2-| per cent on issue of $100,000,000 as 
per prospectus 

Discounts on instalments paid in ad- 
vance $498,091 57 

Less interest on overdue instalments — 1,891 84 



Printing of bonds and scrip 

Printing of prospectus, etc 

Advertising 

Salaries and office contingencies. 

Insurance on bonds shipped 

Express 

Translation of circulars 



By Balance as per Public Account 1914-15 

By readjustment of capitalization of advance of 
£12,000,000 which was adjusted by Entry War- 
rant 1486§ of June 17, 1915 (fiscal year 1914-15), on 
a basis of the British War Loan 3£ per cent. It 
now appears that only 20 per cent of the above 
amount, £12,000,000 or £2,400,000 was advanced 
out of the 3| per cent's and that 80 per cent, or 
£9,600,000 was advanced, out of the 4| per cent 

War Loan at 99 

Less Adjustment of Liability Account on £13,000,000 
advance by Imperial Government on a basis of 
£99 advance for each £100 liability 



By amount held in Cash Suspense on account of Deep 

Waterways Commission no longer required 

By amount of receipts 1915-16 (for details see page 8) . . 
To Balance 



$ cts, 

597,364 86 

1,047 69 
623 91 
231 35 

61 
258 30 
206 75 

3 34 



250,000 00 

78,717 00 

2,500,000 00 



496, 199 73 

35,502 13 

4,605 75 

36,023 16 

6,758 95 

371 58 

174 70 

5 00 



1,987,028 18 



639,057 13 



Dr. 



$ cts 
296,702,407 12 



599,736 81 



3,408,358 00 



12,206,158 80 



312,916,660 73 



Cr. 



$ cts. 



139,419,296 11 



1,347,971 05 

1,555 30 

172,147,838 27 



312,916,660 73 



2—2 



18 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 



CASH ACCOUNT. 



Statement of Cash Account of the Dominion of Canada for the Fiscal Year ended 

March 31, 1916. 

(For details, see Statement of Receipts and Payments, page 9.) 



Dr. 



Cr. 



cts. 



$ cts. 



By balance from Fiscal Year 1914-15: — 



Canadian Banks' cash debits on account of 1914-15 14, 160,899 52 
Less Bank of Montreal, London 4, 574, 656 83 



March 31, 1916. 
To amount of receipts over disbursements: — 



Loan Account 

Dominion Notes 

Consolidated Fund Account, 1915-16. 
Investments 



225,859,128 94 

20,887,012 63 

41,797,111 37 

1,782,265 00 



By amount of disbursements over receipts: — 

Capital and Special Accounts 

War 

Savings Banks 

Miscellaneous and Banking Accounts 

Trust Funds 

Specie Reserve 



By balance to Fiscal Year 1916-17: — 

Canadian Banks' cash debits on account of 1915-16 9,022,375 73 
Bank of Montreal, New York 3,447,201 59 



12,^69,577 32 
Less Bank of Montreal, London 2,129,020 03 



cts. 



9,586,242 69 



43,152,464 82 

166,197,755 47 

473,291 92 

33,990,479 70 

192,931 81 

26,391,794 24 



10,340,557 29 



290,325,517 94 



290,325,517 94 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Statement showing the portion of the Funded Debt payable in 



Act 47 Vic, Cap. 3. 



Act 51 Vic, Cap. 2 

Acts 54-56 Vic. , Cap. 3 and 57-58 

Vic. , Cap. 1 

Acts fiO-61 Vic, Cap. 3 

Act 51 Vic, Cap. 32 

Act 7-8 Ed. VII, Cap. 4 

Act 3 Ed. VII, Cap. 71 and 6-7 

Ed. VII, Cap. 7 and 7-8 Ed. 

VII, Cap. 4, 8-9 Ed. VII, Caps. 

35 and 19, 2 Geo. V, Cap. 1 



3-4 Geo. V., Cap. 3. 



4-5 Geo. V., Cap 59 

Totals bearing interest. 
Total interest 



At 2\ per cent, 
interest. 



s. d. 



i;004,421 14 2 



1,004,421 14 2 



25,110 10 10 



At 3 per cent, 
interest. 



£ 



s. d. 



1,658,471 18 11 
6,000,000 



7,658,471 18 11 



229,754 3 2 



At 3^ per cent, 
interest. 



£ s. d 
4,822,028 13 3 



At 3f per cent, 
interest. 



s. d. 



3,093,700 



28,162,775 11 



36,078,504 4 3 



1,262,747 12 11 



5,486,680 



5,486,680 



205,750 10 2 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



21 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 
London, March 31, 1916, and the Annual Interest payable thereon. 



At 4 per cent, 
interest. 


At 4^ per cent, 
interest. 


Total 
Sterling. 


Total 
Currency. 


Maturing. 


£ s. d. 


£ 8. d. 


£ s. d. 

4,822,028 13 3 

1,658,471 18 11 

6,000,000 
1,004,421 14 2 
3,093,700 
5,486,680 0- 

28,162,775 11 
19,300,000 

5,000,000 


$ cts. 

23,467,206 27 

8,071,230 16 

29,200,000 00 

4,888,185 64 

15,056.006 66 

26,701,842 68 

137,058,841 00 
93,926,666 66 

24,333,333 33 


On giving 6 months notice or June 






1, 1934. 
July 1, 1938. 

July 1, 1938. 






October, 1, 1947. 






July 1, 1938. 






July 1, 1919 (or after July, 1, 1914 




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the whole or any portion by 
drawings on giving 3 months 
notice). 
July 1, 1950 (or after July 1, 1930, 


19,300,000 


5,000,000 


on giving 6 months notice). 
October 1, 1960 (on or after October 

1, 1940, on giving 3 months 

notice). 
May 1, 1925 (on or after May 1, 1920 


19,300,000 


, 5,000,000 


74,528,077 17 4 


362,703,312 40 




772,000 


225,000 


2,720,362 17 1 


13,239,099 22 





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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 



Year. 



1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876.. 

1877 

1878.... 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

18S5 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 (9 months.) 

1908 

1909 

1910 .... 

1911 

1912..: 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 



Expenditure 

chargeable 

to 

Consolidated 

Fund. 



$ cts. 

13,486,092 96 
14,038,084 00 
14,345,509 58 
15,623,081 72 
17,589,468 82 
19,174,647 92 
23,316,316 75 
23,713,071 04 
24,488,372 11 
23,519,301 77 1 
23,503,158 25 
24,455,381 561 
24,850,634 45 \ 
25,502,554 42! 
27,067,103 58 
28,730,157 45J 
31,107,706 251 
$5,037,060 12 
39,011,612 26 
35,657,680 16 
36,718,494 79 
30,917,834 76, 
35,994,031 47 
36,343,567 96 
30,765,894 18 1 
36,814,052 90 
37,585,025 52 
, 38,132,005 05 
36,949,142 03 
38,349,759 84 
38,832,525 70 
41,903,500 54 
42,975,279 51 
46,866,367 84 
50,759,391 97 
51,091,902 76 
55,612,832 70 
63,319,682 86 
67,240,640 95 
51,542,161 09 
76,641.451 59 
84,064,232 38 
79,411,747 12 
87,774,198 32 
98,101,440 77 
112,059,537,41 
127,384,472 99 
135,523.206 54 
130,350,726 90 



2,296,902,103 61 



Expenditure 

chargeable 

to 

Capital. 



$ cts . 

548,437 58 

440,418 40 

3,515,116 18 

3,670,396 51 

7,853,049 79 

19,859,441 17 

10,177,740 06 

6,922,742 33 

7,154,007 94 

7,599,709 55 

6,657,200 36 

5,648,331 66 

8,241,173 98 

8.176.316 50 
7,405,637 06 

14,147,359 76 
23,977,702 44 
13,220,185 35 
9,589,734 19 
4,439,938 72 
7,162,964 26 
4,420,313 66 
4,053,158 98 
3,115,800 04 
2,164,456 78 

3.088.317 60 
3,862,909 07 
3,030,490 40 
3,781,311 21 
3,523,160 23 
4,143,503 39 
5,936,342 94 
7,408,843 24 
7,695,488 34 

10,078,638 06 
7,052,724 58 
7,881,718 54 
11,933,491 91 
11,913,871 11 
11,329,143 82 
30,429,906 86 
42,593,166 97 
29,756,353 38 
30,852,963 38 
30,939,575 95 
27,200,046 13 
37,180,175 93 
41.447,320 03 
38,560,950 50 



Railway 

Subsidies. 



cts. 



Other Charges. 



601,853,867 42 



208,000 00 

403,245 00 
2,701,249 00 
1,406,533-00 
1,027,041 92 

846,721 83 
1,678,195 72 
1,265,705 87 
1,248,215 93 

811,394 07 
1,229,885 10 
1,310,549 10 
3,228,745 49 

416,955 30 
1,414,934 78 
3,201,220 05 

725,720 35 
2,512,328 86 
2,093,939 00 
1,463,222 34 
2,046,878 45 
1,275,629 53 
1,637,574 37 
1,324,889 30 
2,037,629 30 
1,785,887 39 
2,048,097 05 
1,284,892 04 

859,400 25 

4,935,507 35 

19,036,236 77 

5,191,507 48 

1,400,171 42 



74,058,103 41 



S cts. 

37,157 98; 
429.003 24 
155,988 18 



223,456 13 

5,718 *8 

4,018 90 

2,253,097 17 

315,764 40 j 

1,388,984 38l 

H2 99 

676,225 30 

949,947 68 

117,771 74 

201,884 75 

21,368 75 

2,507,452 84 

5i 12, 587 06 

10,534,973 07 



155,623 07 

1,333.327 81 

44,940 56 

08,074 32 

2,093,569 4.3 

139,903 34 

330,353 60 

399,293 89 

137.185 19 

082.880 52 

943,317 19 

501,571 70 

1,547,023 74 

908,081 42 

1,038,830 83 

1,538,722 13 

6,713,617 94 

2,275,334 47 

2,485.555 29 

1,581,944 36 

3,409,092 12 

4,998,237 55 

4,179,576 15 

2,949,190 72 

7,181.605 23 

255.780 93 

2,640,161 94 

65,930,492 28 

169,384,653 67 



Total 
Disbursements. 



6 cts. 

14,071,688 52 

14,908,165 64 

18,016,613 94 

19,293,478 23 

25,665,974 74 

39,039,807 57 

33,498.075 71 

32,888,910 54 

31,958,144 45 

32,507,995 70 

30.545,771 60 

30,779,938 52 

34,041,756 11 

33,790.042 66 

34,074,625 39 

42,898,885 96 

57,860,861 53 

49.103,077 53 

61,837,568 52 

41,504.151 88 

45,064,124 04 

43,518.198 06 

41. 770.33:.' 73 

40,793,208 19 

42.272,130 32 

40,853,727 91 

43,008,233 89 

42,872,338 44 

44,096,383 92 

42,972,755 89 

45,334,281 06 

51,542,635 29 

52.717,406 84 

o 46 

03,970,799 86 

01,740.571 81 

72.255,047 63 

78,804,138 77 

83,277.041 72 

05.778,138 57 

112.57s,079 87 

133.441.52 4 29 

115,395,773 70 

122,801,250 46 

137,142.082 20 

144.450,877 82 

180.241,047 63 

248,098,520 33 

339,702,502 49 



306,087,352 49 3,279,501,428 93 



l'( J1LIC ACCOUNTS 



25 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 



Consolidated 

Fund 

Receipts. 



$ 



cts. 



Other 
Receipts. 



13,687,928 49 

14,879,174 52 
15,512,225 q 5 
19,335,5G0 81 
20,714,813 68 
20,813,469 45 
24,205.092 54 
24,648,715 04 
22,587,587 05 
22,059,274 11 
22,375,011 88 
22.517.382 14 
23,307,400 69 
2!), 035, 297 54 
33,383,455 52 
35,794,019 80 
31,801,901 73 
32,797.001 22 
33,177,040 39 

35.754.993 25 
35,908,463 53 

38.782.870 23 
39,879,925 41 
38,579,310 88 

36.921.871 60 ; 
38,168,608 85 
36,374,693 07 1 
33,978,129 47 
36,618,590 72 
37,829,778 40 
40,555,238 03 
46,741,249 54 

51.029.994 02 
52,514,701 13 
58,050,790 03 
66,037,068 93 
70,669,816 82 
71,182,772 67 
80,139,360 07 
67,909,328 29 
96,054,505 81 
85,093,404 35 

101,503,710 93 
117,780,409 78 
136,1(18,217 36 
168,689,903 45 
163,174,394 56 
133,073,481 73 
172,147,838 27 



2,650,106,46943 



cts. 



27,431 71 
39,475 98 



157,121 90 

302,560 39 

1,008 58 

4,468 22 

868,486 44 

31,245 49 

4,503,142 76 

57,140 21 

1,799,093 69 

1,009,019 15 

953.264 00 

557,039 59 

302,842 41 

537 66 



Total 
Receipts. 



40,000 00 
190 14 



1,272 03 

1,853 41 

1,472 69 

1,631 63 

1,543 31 

3,311,015 17 

9,434 67 

3,299 83 

2,033 76 

2,781 36 

910 91 

456,175 41 

112,764 65 

103,918 58 



524 04 



1,555 30 



$■ cts. 



13,687,928 
14,379,174 
15,539,657 
19,375,036 
20,714,813 
20,970,591 
24,507,652 
24,649,723 
22,592,055 
22,927,760 
22,406,257 
27,020.524 
23,364,546 
29,635.297 
35,182.549 
36,803,668 
32,815,225 
33,354,040 
33,479,882 
35,755,530 
35,908,463 
38,782,870 
39,879.925 
38,579,310 
36,921,871 
38,208,608 
36,374,883 
33,978,129 
36,618,590 
37,829,778 
40,556,510 
46,743,102 
51,031,466 
52,516,332 
58,052,333 
69,348,084 
70,679,251 
71,186,072 
80,141,393 
67,972,109 
96,055,416 
85,549,597 
101,616,475 
117,884,328 
136,108,217 
168,690,427 
103,174,394 
133,073,481 
172,149,393 



Difference 

between 

Receipts and 

Expenditure. 



19 
52 
36 
79 
i;s 
35 
93 
62 
27 
55 
37 
90 
90 
54 
21 
95 
78 
81 
80 
91 
53 
23 
4 1 
88 

eo 

lb 
21 

17 
■2 
40 
96 
95 

ri 

', d 
34 
10 
49 
50 
83 
65 
72 
76 
58 
36 
36 
49 
56 
73 
57 



383,760 

528,991 

2,476,956 

+ 81,558 

4,951,161 

18,069,216 

8,990,422 

8,239,186 

9,366,089 

9,580,235 

S, 139,514 

3,759,413 

10,677,209 

4,161,345 

+ 507,923 

6,095,217 

25.045,635 

15,809,036 

28,357,685 

5,748,620 

9,155,660 

4,735,327 

1,890,407 

2,213,897 

5,350,264 

2,645,119 

6,633,350 

8,894,208 

7,477,793 

5,142,977 

4,777,771 

4,79'.),532 

1,586,000 

5, 166,533 

0,918,466 

+ 7,601,512 

1,575, 7! '6 

7,618,066 

3,136,247 

+ 2,193,971 

16,523,263 

47,891,944 

13,779,298 

4,970,922 

1.033,864 

24,233,549 

23,066,653 

115,025,044 

167,553,108 



Sinking 
Funds. 



14,666,255 07 2,664,772,72450 614,728,702 43 



cts.. 

03 

L2 

58 

56 

06 

22 

78 

92 

18 

15 

23 

62 

21 

12 

82 

>)1 

80 

72 

72 

97 

51 

83 

32 

31 

72 

06 

68 

97 

20 

49 

011 

34 

13 

70 

52 

29 

14 

27 

89 

OS 

15 

53 

12 

10 

84 

07 

07 

60 

9. 



355,266 
426,806 
126,533 
421, 060 
470,606 
407,826 
513,920 
555,773 
822,953 
896,440 
1,012,753 
1,131,296 
1,215,807 
1,217,153 
1,225 205 
1,290,153 
1, 350,510 
1,563,104 
1,606,270 
1,592,952 
1,939,077 
1,736,644 
1,887,237 
1,938,078 
2,027,860 
2,095,513 
2,131,360 
2.002,311 
2,055,287 
2,101,813 
2,359,908 
2,482,484 
2,465,639 
2,480,336 
2,569,380 
2,620,588 
2,315,066 
2,261,618 
2,317,436 
1,177,146 
2,234,263 
1,922,525 
1,441,030 
1,203.410 
1,150,451! 
1,384,285 
1,371,428 
1,645,811 
1,773,021 



Net 
Difference 

between Re- 
ceipts and 

Expenditure. 



cts. 

66 
66 
33 

21 
07 
02 
00 
.'{2 
32 
00 
35 
17 
96 
33 
80 
33 
00 
84 
77 
62 
79 
34 
20 
57 
79 
89 

81 

36 

52 
80 
55 
65 
84 
90 
59 
46 
41 
27 
71 
71 
27 
20 
96 
40 
16 
36 
61 
53 
1! 



$ cts. 



28,493 

102,184 

2,350,423 

+ 503,224 

4,480,554 

17,601,389 

8,476,502 

7,083,413 

8,543,135 

8,688,795 

7,126,760 

2,628,117 

9,461,401 

2,944,191 

+ 1,734,129 

4,805,063 

23,695,135 

14,245,841 

26,751,414 

4,155,668 

7,216,582 

2,998,(183 

3,170 

275,818 

3,322,403 

549,605 

4,501,989 

6,891,897 

5,422,505 

3,041,163 

2,417,802 

2,317,047 

+779,639 

2,986,196 

3,349,085 

+ 10,222.100 

+ 739,270 

— 5,350.448 

— 818,811 
+ 3,371,117 
-14,288,999 
-45,969,419 
-12,338,267 

— 3,773,505 
+ 122,591 
+ 25,617,835 
—21,695,224 
-113,379.233 
-165,780,087 



37 
46 

25 
80 
39 
60 

78 
60 
86 
15 
88 
45 
25 
79 
(12 
OS 
81) 

88 
95 
35 
72 
49 
12 
71 
93 
17 
87 
(11 
68 
69 
45 
69 
71 
80 
93 
75 
27 
on 
15 
79 
88 
33 
1(1 
70 
82 
03 
46 
07 
81 



h 



75,301,172 78 312,669,063 51 



JTear. 



+ 



....1868 
....1869 

....1870 
....1871 
....1872 
....1873 
....1874 
....1875 
....1876 
....1877 
....1878 
....1879 
....1880 
. ..1881 
...1882 
....1883 
.. .1884 
....1885 
....1886 
....1887 
....1888 

. ..1889 

...1890 
....1891 
....1892 
....1893 
...1894 
....1895 
....1800 
....1897 
....1898 
....1899 
. ..1900 
....1901 
....1902 
....1903 
....1904 
....1905 
.... 1906 
(9 months)1907 
....1908 
.... 1909 
....1910 
...1911 
....1912 
.... 1913 
....1914 

1915 

....1916 



+ 



26 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Table I. — Debt of Canada, from 
(For details, see 



Year. 



1867. 

1868. 

1869. 

1870. 

1871. 

1872. 

1873 

1874. 

1875 

1876. 

1877. 

1878. 

1879. 

1880. 

1881. 

1882. 

1883. 

1884. 

1885 

1886 

1887. 

1888. 

1889. 

1890. 

1891. 

1892. 

1893. 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900. 

1901. 

1092. 

1903. 

1904. 

1905. 

1906. 

1907 

9 mos 

1908... 

1909. 

1910. 

1911. 

1912. 

1913. 

1914. 

1915 

1916. 



'.} 



Total Debt. 



$ cts. 

93,046,051 73 
96,896.666 20 
112,361,998 39 
115,993,706 76 
115,492,682 76 
122,400,179 36 
129,743,432 19 
141,163,551 33 
151,663,401 62 
161,204,687 86 
174,675,834 97 
174,957,268 96 
179,483,871 21 
194,634,440 68 
199,861,537 51 
205,365,251 97 
202,159,104 30 
242,482,416 21 
264,703,607 43 
273,164,341 11 
273,187,626 43 
284,513,841 89 
287,722,062 76 
286,112,295 10 
289,899,229 62 
295,333,274 10 
300,054,524 74 
308,348,023 96 
318,048,754 87 
325,717,536 73 
332,530,131 33 
338,375,984 23 
345,160,902 54 
346,206,979 92 
354,732,432 52 
366,358,476 59 
361,344,098 37 
364,962,512 17 
377,678,579 80 
'392,269,680 39 

379,966,826 09 

158 25 
427 02 
045 99 
487 42 
591 77 
555 24 
368 86 
814 37 
802 42 



408,207 

478,535, 

470,663, 

474,941, 

508,388, 

483,232, 

544,391 

700,473, 

936,987, 



Total Assets. 



$ cts. 

17,317,410 36 
21,139,531 46 
36,502,679 19 
37,783,964 31 
37,786,165 11 
40,213,107 32 
29,894,970 55 
32,838,586 91 
35,655,023 60 
36,653,173 78 
41,440,525 94 
34,595,199 05 
36,493,683 85 
42,182,852 07 
44,465,757 11 
51,703,601 19 
43,692,389 84 
60,320,565 95 
68,295,915 29 
50,005,234 02 
45,872,850 99 
49,982,483 73 
50,192,021 11 
48,579,083 33 
52,090,199 11 
54,201,839 66 
58,373,485 13 
62,164,994 48 
64,973,827 78 
67,220,103 96 
70,991,534 87 
.74,419,585 32 
78,887,455 94 
80,713,173 03 
86,252,428 83 
94,529,386 97 
99,737,109 50 
104,094,793 57 
111,454,413 20 
125,226,702 64 

116,294,966 13 



130,246, 
154,605, 
134,394, 
134,899, 
168,419, 
168.930, 
208,394, 
251,097, 
321,831, 



298 41 
147 85 
499 66 
435 39 
131 06 
929 56 
518 72 
731 16 
631,40 



Net Debt. 



$ cts. 



75,728, 
75,757, 
75,859, 
78,209, 
77,706, 
82,187, 
99,848, 
108,324, 
116,008, 
124,551, 
133,235, 
140,362, 
142,990, 
152,451, 
155,395, 
153,661, 
158,466 
182,161, 
196,407, 
223,159, 
227,314, 
234,531, 
237,530, 
237,533, 
237,809, 
241,131, 
241,681, 
246,183, 
253,074, 
258,497, 
261,538, 
263,956, 
266,273, 
265,493, 
268,480, 
271,829, 
261,606, 
260,867, 
266,224, 
267,042, 

263,671, 

277,960, 
323,930, 
336,268, 
340,042, 
339,919, 
314,301, 
335,996, 
449,376, 
615,156, 



641 37 
134 74 
319 20 
742 45 
517 65 
072 04 
461 64 
964 42 
378 02 
514 08 
309 03 
069 91 
187 36 
588 61 
780 40 
650 78 
714 46 
850 26 
692 14 
107 09 
775 44 
358 16 
041 65 
211 77 
030 51 
434 44 
039 61 
029 48 
927 09 
432 77 
596 46 
398 91 
446 60 
806 89 
003 69 
089 62 
988 87 
718 60 
166 60 
977 75 

859 96 

859 84 
279 17 
546 33 
052 03 
460 71 
625 68 
850 14 
083 21 
171 02 



Increase of 
Debt. 



Ct8. 



28,493 

102,184 

2,350,423 



37 
46 
25 



4,480,554 
17,661,389 
8,476,502 
7,683,413 
8,543,136 
8,683,794 
7,126,760 
2,628,117 
9,461,401 
2,944,191 



4,805,063 

23,695,135 

14,245,841 

*26,751,414 

4,155,668 

7,216,582 

2,998,683 

3,170 

275,818 

3,322,403 

549,605 

4,501,989 

6,891,897 

5,422,505 

3,041,163 

2,417,802 

2,317,047 



39 
60 

78 
mi 
06 
95 
88 
45 
25 
79 

68 

80 
88 
96 
35 
72 
19 
12 
74 
93 
17 
87 
(il 
68 
69 
45 
69 



2,986,196 
3,349,085 



80 
93 



5,356,448 
818,811 



00 
15 



14,288,999 

45,969,419 

12,338,267 

3,773,505 



88 
33 

16 

70 



21,695,224 
113,379,233 
165,780,087 



46 
07 

si 



Decrease of 
Debt. 



cts. 



582,517,438 94 



503,224 80 



1,734,129 62 



779,639 71 



110.222,100 75 
£739,270 27 



3,371,117 79 



122,591 32 
25.617,835 03 



43,089,909 89 



*This amount includes $10,199,520.33, for which land was taken from the Canadian Pacific Ry. Co. 
VThis amount includes $3,305,450.24 caused by the settlement of accounts with Ontario and Quebec. 
♦This amount includes $5,397,503.13 allowed to Ontario and Quebec under 47 V., c. 4. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



27 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 
July 1, 1867 to March 31, 1916. 
Tables III, IV, V and VI.) 











0) 
U 


Allowances 










«s 


+3 t* 


■XJ 


to Provinces, 


X 




Interest 
paid 


Interest 
received from 


a eg 


£ O 


(4-1 
O 


Capital 

Expenditure 

including 


Increase 

or Decrease 

of Debt 

compared with 


Year. 


on Debt. 


investments. 




*S^ ■; 


43 


Canadian Pacific 








£« o 


> ? 
** iz 


<3 rri 


Railway, also 
N.W. .Territories 


Capital 
Expenditure etc. 








« 


C3 w *"* 

P3 


K 


Rebellion. 






$ cts. 


$ cts. 








$ cts 


$ cts. 
545,714 95 


1867 


4,501,508 33 


126,419 84 


"4 


64 




59 


4 


51 


574,208 32 


+ 1886 


4,907,013 71 


, 313,021 20 


4 


36 




85 


4 


08 


514,023 11 


411,838 65 


+ 1869 


5,047,054 24 


383,955 91 


4 


35 




96 


4 


02 


3,671,104 36 


1,320,681 11 


+ 1870 


5,165,304 24 


554,383 72 


4 


47 


1 


46 


3 


99 


3,670,396 51 


4,173,621 31 


+ 1871 


5,257,230 64 


488,041 54 


4 


29 


1 


21 


3 


89 


7,898,549 79 


3,417,995 40 


+ 1872 


5,209,205 97 


396,403 94 


4 


01 


1 


32 


3 


70 


19,864,319 00 


2,202,929 40 


+ 1873 


5,724,436 31 


610,863 00 


4 


05 


1 


85 


3 


61 


10,181,758 66 


1,705,256 18 


+ 1874 


6,590,790 19 


840,886 65 


4 


34 


2 


35 


3 


78 


6,923,185 33 


760,228 27 


—1875 


6,400,902 07 


798,905 95 


3 


97 


2 


17 


3 


47 


7,154,118 69 


389,017 37 


—1876 


6,796,227 25 


717,684 31 


3 


89 


1 


73 


3 


47 


7,599,731 85 


1,084,063 10 


—1877 


7,048,883 55 


605,774 22 


4 


02 


1 


75 


3 


68 


6,657,200 36 


1,469,560 52 


—1878 


7,194,735 14 


592,500 04 


4 


00 


1 


62 


3 


67 


5,648,331 66 


3,020,214 21 


+ 1879 


7,773,868 75 


834,792 67 


3 


99 


1 


97 


3 


56 


8,241,173 98 


1,220,227 27 


—1880 


7,591,144 88 


751,513 49 


3 


79 


1 


69 


3 


41 


8,176,316 50 


5,232,124 71 


+ 1881 


7,740,804 47 


914,009 27 


3 


76 


1 


76 


3 


32 


7,351,052 61 


9,085,182 23 


+ 1882 


7,668,551 89 


1,001,192 96 


3 


79 


2 


29 


3 


29 


14,171,413 96 


9,366,350 28 


+ 1883 


7,700,180 61 


986,698 37 


3 


17 


1 


63 


2 


76 


23,977,702 44 


282,566 64 


+ 1884 


9,419.482 19 


1 997,035 51 


3 


55 


2 


92 


2 


80 


13,220,185 35 


1,025,656 03 


— "[885 


10,137,008 66 


2,299,078 91 


3 


71 


4 


59 


2 


86 


9,589,734 19 


17,161,680 76 


—1886 


9,682,928 87 


990,886 69 


3 


54 


2 


16 


3 


18 


4,439,938 72 


284,270 37 


+ 1887 


9,823,313 00 


932,0256 69 


3 


45 


1 


86 


3 


12 


4,437,460 16 


2,779,122 56 


—1888 


10,148,931 97 


1,305,392 35 


3 


52 


2 


60 


3 


07 


4,420,313 66 


1,421,630 17 


+ 1889 


9,656,841 16 


1,082,271 65 


3 


37 


2 


23 


2 


99 


*6, 778, 663 08 


6,775,492 96 


+ 1890 


9,584,136 74 


1,077,228 14 


3 


35 


2 


07 


2 


93 


3,115,860 04 


2,840,041 30 


+ 1891 


9,763,978 34 


1,086,419 93 


3 


30 


2 


00 


2 


93 


2,164,456 78 


1,157,947 15 


—1892 


9,806,888 45 


1,150,166 51 


3 


26 


1 


97 


2 


88 


3,088,317 60 


2,538,702 43 


+ 1893 


10,212,596 13 


1,217,808 97 


3 


31 


1 


96 


2 


91 


3,862,969 67 


639,020 20 


—1894 


10,466,294 44 


1,336,046 94 


3 


29 


2 


05 


2 


87 


3,030,490 40 


3,861,407 21 


—1895 


10,502,429 90 


1,370,000 56 


3 


23 


2 


04 


2 


80 


3,781,311 21 


1,641,194 47 


—1896 


10,645,663 27 


1,443,003 84 


3 


20 


2 


03 


2 


76 


3,523,160 23 


481,996 54 


+ 1897 


10,516,757 90 


1,513,654 58 


3 


10 


2 


03 


2 


66 


4,142,231 36 


1,724,428 91 


+ 1898 


10,855,111 84 


1,590,447 91 


3 


14 


2 


01 


2 


68 


6,201,515 96 


3,884,468 27 


+ 1899 


10,699,645 20 


1,683,050 51 


3 


09 


2 


08 


2 


60 


7,467,370 55 


8,247,010 26 


—1900 


10,807,954 65 


1,784,833 79 


3 


12 


2 


07 


2 


60 


7,693,856 71 


4,707,659 91 


+ 1901 


10,975,935 15 


1,892,224 09 


3 


09 


2 


00 


2 


57 


10.077,094 75 


6,728,008 82 


+ 1902 


11,068,139 17 


2,020,953 04 


3 


02 


2 


02 


2 


47 


7,049,684 15 


17,271,784 80 


+ 1903 


11,128,636 72 


2,236,255 93 


3 


08 


2 


15 


2 


46 


7,879,102 02 


8,618,372 29 


+ 1904 


10,630,115 05 


2,105,031 41 


2 


81 


1 


89 


2 


26 


11,931,014 00 


6,574,566 00 


+ 1905 


10,814,697 40 


2,140,312 06 


2 


75 


1 


70 


2 


21 


11,912,104 43 


11,093,293 28 


+ 1906 


6,712,771 14 


1,235,746 06 


1 


77 


1 


06 


1 


44 


11,327,791 66 


14,698,909 45 


f mos. ) 
\ —1907 


10,973,596 88 


1,925,569 07 


2 


68 


1 


47 


2 


21 


30,428.995 95 


16,139,996 07 


+ 1908 


11,604,584 23 


2,250,643 13 


2 


42 


1 


45 


1 


95 


42,592,122 25 


3,377,297 08 


—1909 


13,098,160 61 


2,807,464 94 


2 


78 


2 


08 


2 


18 


29,655,703 37 


17,317,436 21 


+ 1910 


12,535,850 81 


1,668,773 16 


2 


64 


1 


24 


2 


29 


30,813,666 65 


27,040,160 95 


+ 1911 


12,259,396 56 


1,281,317 41 


2 


41 





76 


2 


16 


30,939,575 95 


31,062,167 27 


—1912 


12,605,882 48 


1,430,511 28 


2 


61 





84 


2 


31 


27,205,661 13 


52,823.496 16 


—1913 


12,893,504 95 


1,964,541 33 


2 


37 





94 


2 


01 


37,180,175 93 


15,484,951 47 


+ 1914 


15,736,742 94 


2,980,246 87 


2 


24 


1 


18 


1 


82 


41,447,320 03 


71,931,913 04 


+ 1915 


21,421,584 86 


3,358,210 13 


2.28 


1.04 


1 


93 


38,566,950 50 


127,213,137 31 


+ 1916 



* Including $275,504.10 expended in previous years in the improvement of the St. Lawrence, and 
ransf erred this year to Capital. >» 



28 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 19^7 
Table II. — Receipts and Expenditures of Canada 

(For details, see 



Receipts. 



Year. 



1867 68.. 
1868-69.. 

1869-70.. 

1870-71.. 

1871-72.. 

1872-73.. 

1873-74.. 

1874-75. . 

1875-76.. 

1876-77.. 

1877-78.. 

1878-79.. 

1879-80. . 

1880-81.. 

1881-82... 

1882-83 . . 

1883-84.. 

1884-85. . 

1885-86 . . 

1886-87.. 

1887-88.. 

1888-89.. 

1889-90.. 

1890-91 . . 

1891-92. . 

1892-93. . 

1893-94.. 

1894-95.. 

1895-96.. 

1896-97.. 

1897-98.. 

1898-99.. 

1899-1900. 

i.900-01.. 

1901-02.. 

1902-03. 

1903-04.. 

1904-05.. 

1905-06.. 

1906-07 1 

(9 IMS.;/ 

1907-08.. 

1908-09.. 

1909-10.. 

1910-11.. 

1911-12.. 

1912-13.. 

1913-14.. 

1914-15.. 

1915-16.. 



Taxes. 



11,700, 
11,112, 

13,087 
16,320, 
17,715, 
17,616, 
20,129, 
20,664, 
18,614, 
17,697, 
17,841 
18,476, 
18,479 
23,942, 
27,549, 
29,269 
25,483, 
25,384, 
25,226, 
28,687, 
28,177, 
30,613, 
31,587, 
30,314, 
28,446, 
29,321, 
27,579, 
25,446, 
27,759, 
28,648, 
29,570, 
34,058, 
38,242, 
38,743, 
43,380, 
49,015, 
53,661 
54,020, 
60,074 

51,565,585 74 



cts. 

681 08 

573 01 
882 67 
368 70 
552 04 
554 78 
185 17 
878 96 
415 02 
924 82 
938 19 
613 35 
576 44 
138 95 
046 45 
698 81 
199 19 
529 32 
456 21 
001 93 
413 18 
522 51 
071 73 
151 15 
157 31 
307 42 
203 09 
198 71 
285 42 
626 11 
455 64 
000 21 
222 99 
550 28 
111 87 
505 90 
318 84 
123 40 
818 19 



73,325, 

62,353, 

75,409, 

89,835, 

105,847, 

135,002 

127,478, 

97,715, 

121,046, 



962 93 
093 12 

486 63 
231 82 
804 40 
358 01 
067 29 
440 68 
187 31 



Various 
Sources. 



1,987, 

3,266, 

2,424, 

3,015, 

2,999, 

3,190, 

4,075, 

3,983. 

3,973, 

4,391, 

4,533, 

4,040. 

4,827, 

5,003, 

5,834, 

6,524, 

6,387, 

7,412, 

7,950, 

7,067, 

7,731, 

8,169, 

8,292, 

8,265, 

8,4"5. 

8,847, 

8,795, 

8,531, 

8,859. 

9,181, 

10,978, 

11,783, 

12,787, 

13,771, 

14,661, 

17,021, 

17,008, 

17,102, 

27,064, 



cts. 

247 41 
601 51 
342 98 
192 11 
261 64 
914 67 
0(17 37 
836 Q8 
172 03 
249 29 
073 69 
768 79 
830 25 

158 59 
409 07 
950 99 
762 54 
471 90 
584 18 
991 32 
050 35 
347 72 
853 68 

159 73 
714 29 
241 



43 
489 9S 
930 76 
305 3 - 
152 29 
782 39 
180 33 
771 03 
150 85 
678 16 
563 03 
497 98 
649 27 
541 88 



6,403,742 55 



22,728, 
22,740, 
26,094, 
27,945, 
30,260, 
33,687, 
35,696, 
35,358, 
51,101, 



542 88 
311 23 
224 30 
177 96 
412 96 
545 44 
327 27 
041 05 
650 96 



Total. 



13,687, 
14,379, 
15,512, 
19,335, 
20,714, 
20,813, 
24,205, 
24,648, 
22,587, 
22,059, 
22,375. 
22,517, 
23,307, 
29,635, 
33,383, 
35,794 
■ 31,861, 
32,797, 
33, 177, 
35,754, 
35,908, 
38,782, 
39,879, 
38,579, 
30,921, 
38,168 
36,374, 
33,978, 
36,618, 
37,820, 
40,555, 
46,741, 
51,029, 
52,514, 
58,050, 
00.037, 
70,669, 
71,182, 
80,139, 

07,0(1!), 

96,054, 
85,093, 
101,503, 
117,780, 
136,108, 
108.080, 
163,174, 
133,073, 
172,147 



05 

li 
88 

14 



cits. 

928 49 
174 52 
225 05 
560 81 
813 68 
469 45 
092 54 
715 04 
587 
274 
011 
382 
406 69 
207 54 
455 52 
649 80 
961 73 
001 22 
040 25 

993 30 
463 53 

870 23 
025 41 
310 88 

871 60 
608 85 
693 07 
120 47 
590 72 
778 40 
238 03 
240 54 

994 02 
701 13 
700 03 
008 93 
816 82 
772 67 
360 07 



328 29 

505 81 
404 35 
710 93 
400 
217 

903 45 
394 56 
481 73 
838 27 



78 
36 



Charges on Debt. 



Subsidies to 
Provinces. 



S 

4,800, 
5,372, 
5,387, 

5.501, 
5,003. 

5,:;s; 

5.080. 
0,817, 

6,609, 

7,005, 

7,240, 

7,472. 

8,062, 

7,819, 

7.o;-f,, 

7,902, 

7,930, 

9,806, 

10,483, 

9,970, 

10,166, 

10.422, 

9,887, 

9,846, 

i 

10,020, 

10,303, 

10,745 

10,751, 

10,960, 

10,716, 

11,028 

10,873, 

10,970, 

11,186, 

11,297, 

1 1,410, 

10,906, 

11,146, 

6,944, 

11,324, 
11,931, 
13,456, 

12,910, 
12,706. 
13.089. 
13,353, 

16,188, 
21,857. 



cts. 

757 62 
670 32 

053 70 
959 08 
642 69 
850 47 
120 82 
991 02 
050 62 
102 78 
969 80 
657 57 

054 24 
588 99 
848 05 
722 45 
085 85 
977 70 
929 52 
071 25 
005 12 
521 00 
250 11 
205 15 
016 40 
082 06 
571 02 
244 60 

005 75 
077 42 
645 38 
368 6 i 
673 40 
782 83 
799 72 
812 27 
880 83 
186 81 
231 52 

460 92 

287 10 
537 39 
454 27 
607 05 
853 22 
495 13 
51S 01 

006 07 
112 14 



f cts. 

2,753,966 46 
2.0H4,050 13 
2,588.604 96 
2.024,040 23 
2,030,113 10 
2.021,300 87 
52,775 48 
3.750,061 88 
3.000.3 ">5 15 
3,655,850 58 
3.472. 807 87 
3.442,704 34 
3,430,846 31 
8.555.517 73 
3.630,900 4S 
3,606,672 61 
3.903,714 38 
3.150,326 91 
4,182,525 91 
4,169,341 04 
4,088,513 53 
4.051,427 62 
3,904.922 12 
3.903,756 61 
3.035,913 56 
3.435,764 80 
4,206,654 77 
4,250.074 46 
4,235,604 24 
4,238,059 
4,237,372 19 
4.250,636 47 
4.250,607 60 
4.250,007 48 
4,402,097 64 
4,^02,502 
4,402,291 
4,510.038 48 
0.720,372 88 

133 68 

771 89 

143 28 

388 20 

471 00 . 

044 08 

800 37 

408 07 

073 28 

073 28 



6.745, 

0.032, 

0.117 

9,361, 

9,092, 

lit. 281. 

13.211, 

11,280. 

11,451, 

11,451, 



I'l BLIC AC CO l NTS 



29 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 
on Account of Consolidated Fund. 
Table VII and VIII.) 



Expenditures. 



Sinking 
Funds. 



$ cts. 

355,266 66 

426,806 6fi 

126,533 33 

421,666 24 

470,606 67 

407,826 62 

513,920 00 

555,773 32 

822,953 32 

828,373 59 

945,746 02 

1,037,219 76 

1,165,867 22 

1,250,73] 20 

1,290,724 90 

1,344,136 83 

1,403,863 61 

1,482,051 48 

1,606,270 77, 

1,592,952 62 

1.939.077 79 
1,736,644 34 
1,887,237 20 

1.938.078 57 
2,027,860 79 
2,095,513 89 
2,131,360 81 
2,002,311 36 
2,055,287 52 
2,101,813 80 
2,359,968 55 
2,482,484 65 
2,465,639 84 
2,480,336 90 
2,569,380 59 
2,620,588 46 
2,315,066 41 
2,261,618 27 
2,317,436 74 

1,177,146 71 

2,234,263 27 
1,922,525 20 
1,441,030 96 
1,203,416 40 
1,156,456 16 
1,384,285 36 
1,371,428 61 
1,645,811 53 
1,773,021 11 



Collection 

of 
Revenue. 



ots. 



89 
36 
33 

60 



1,885,804 20 

2,175,071 47 
2,351,724 
2,374,114 
2,711,587 
3.395,475 

4,736,442 28 

4,719,654 78 

4,796,238 91 

5,194,896 64 

5,301,124 20 

5,561,162 19 

5,227,113 89 

5,683,153 15 

6,016,069 58 

6,622,755 12 

6,875,727 78 

7,193,876 66 

7,808,751 36 

8,376,026 87 

8,789,764 34 

8,873,338 81 

9,182,941 10 

9,453,312 02 

9,426,067 20 

8,993,924 73 

9,132,616 13 

9,129,416 48 

9,291,169 23 

9,336,916 29 

9,469,664 37 

9,837,453 31 

11,044,526 18 

12,503,249 41 

13,007,864 47 

14,041,041 15 

15,593,521 02 

17,593,437 26 

17,145,129 11 

13,797,180 87 



20,727, 
21,632, 
21,811. 
24,951, 
28,256, 
33,006, 
39,084, 
42,232. 
47,902, 



329 28 
704 16 
194 90 
636 34 
779 70 
200 50 
656 79 
952 94 
301 26 



Other 

Expenditures. 



$ 



cts. 



3,630,298 02 

3,459,485 42 

3,891,592 70 

4,610,401 81 

5,873,519 03 

7,062,095 36 

8,324,076 17 

7,868,690 04 

8,569,774 11 

6,835,078 18 

6,542,510 27 

6,941,577 70 

6,963,852 79 

7,293,563 35 

8,293,461 57 

9,253,870 44 

11,294,314 63 

*12,594,827 37 

+14,930,134 70 

11,548,688 38 

11,634,234 01 

11,833,902 00 

11,131,680 94. 

11,202,206 61 

11,428,136 23 

11,768,167 40 

11,720,821 89 

12,004,358 09 

10,616,015 29 

11,711,993 25 

12,048,875 21 

14,304,557 25 

14,340,832 40 

18,661,391 22 

19,593,249 55 

19,329,958 00 

21,891,072 76 

28,042,402 04 

29,905,470 70 

22,878,238 91 



33,322 
39,460, 
33,341, 

39,615, 
45,760, 
51,367, 
62,294, 
64,004, 
47,366, 



797 05 
322 35 
678 79 
975 83 
306 71 
756 05 
400 01 
7ol 82 
619 11 



Total 
Expenditure. 



$ cts. 

13,486,092 96 
14,038,084 00 
14,345,509 58 
15,623,081 72 
17,589,468 82 
19,174,647 92' 
23,316,316 75 
23,713,071 04 
24,488,372 11 
23,519,301 77 
23,503,158 25 
24,455,381 56 
24,850,634 45 
25,502,554 42 
27,067,103 58 
28,730,157 45 
31,107,706 25 
35,037,060 12 
39,011,612 26 
35,657,680 16 
36,718,494 79 
36,917,834 76 
35,994,031 47 
36,343,567 96 
36,765,894 18 
36,814,052 90 
37,585,025 52 
38,132,005 05 
36,949,142 03 
38,349,759 84 
38,832,525 70 
41,903,500 54 
42,975,279 51 
46,866,367 84 
50,759,391 97 
51,691,902 76 
55,612,832 70 
63,319,682 86 
67,240,640 95 



51,542, 

76,641, 

84,064, 

79,411, 

87,774, 

98,161, 

112,059, 

127,384, 

135,523, 

130,350, 



161 09 

451 59 
232 38 
747 12 
198 32 

440 77 
537 



41 

472 99 
206 54 
726 90 



Surplus. 



$ cts. 

201,835 53 

341,090 52 

1,166,716 07 

3,712,479 09 

3,125,344 86 

1,638,821 53 

888,775 79 

935,644 00 



4,132,743 12 

6,316,351 94 

7,064,492 35 

754,255 48 



97,313 09 

1,865,63547' 

3,885,893 94 

2,235,742 92 

155,977 42 

1,354,555 95 



1,722, 

4,837, 

8,054, 

5,648, 

7,291, 

14,345, 

15,056, 

7,863, 

12,898 : 

16,427, 

19,413, 
1,029, 
22,091, 
30,006, 
37,946, 
56,630, 
35,789, 



712-38 
749 00 
714 51 
333 29 
398 06 

166 17 
984 12 
089 81 
719 12 

167 20 

054 22 
171 97 
963 81 
211 46 
776 59 
366 04 
921 57 



41,797,111 37 



378,723,679 71 



Deficit. 



cts 



1,900,785 06 
1,460,027 66 
1,128,146 37 
1,937,999 42 
1,543,227 76 



2,240,058 90 
5,834,571 87 



810,031 26 



1,210,332 45 

4,153,875 58 

330,551 31 

519,981 44 



2,449,724 81 



Year. 



1867-68 
1868-69 
1869-70 
1870-71 
1871-72 
1872-73 
1873-74 
1874-75 
1875-76 
1876-77 
1877-78 
1878-79 
1879-80 
1880-81 
1881-82 
1882-83 
1883-84 
1884-85 
1885-86 
1886-87 
1887-88 
1888-89 
1889-90 
1890-91 
1891-92 
1892-93 
1893-94 
1894-95 
1895-96 
1896-97 
1897-98 
1898-99 
1899-1900 
1900-01 
1901-02 
1902-03 
1903-04 
1904-05 
1905-06 
f(9mcs.) 
1. 1906-07 
1907-08 
1908-09 
1909-10 
1910-11 
1911-12 
1912-13 
1913-14 
1914-15 
1915-16 



25,519,313 89 



* Including SI, 697,851. 33 on account of Northwest Rebellion, 
f ..' 3,177,220.50 



30 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Table III. — Summary of the Liabilities of the 

(For details, see 



Year. 



Funded Debt 

payable 

in London. 



1867 

1868. . .. 
1869 .... 
1870. . .. 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877.... 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 .... 

1888 

1889 

1890.. 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 . ... 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907(9 m's) 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 . ... 

1915 

1916 



$ cts. 

67,069,115 92 

66,795,609 27 

75,847,175 94 

75,847,175 94 

75,811,162 61 

76,486,655 93 

76,137,715 94 

85,798,049 15 

99,961,022 52 

112,133,529 18 

122,477,629 18 

121,244,415 85 

128,307,409 18 

137,024,582 53 

■135,601,082 53 

132,122,875 88 

130,187,402 54 

153,157,095 87 

154,105,122 54 

172,247,082 55 

171,675,735 89 

176,601,775 89 

188,239,435 90 

187.616.502 55 
188,040,133 54 
198,804,342 12 
201,615,480 55 
207,275,504 62 

218.225.503 55 
218,225,503 55 
218,225,503 55 
227,958,836 88 
227,958,836 88 
227,958,836 88 
227,958,836 88 
227,958,836 88 
227,958,836 88 
209,479,618 80 
209,520,233 38 
201,738,350 72 
207,627,690 72 
221,809,567 45 
277,810,962 64 
257,451,059 20 
271,050,677 98 
282,024,270 47 
258,679,819 47 
302,842,485 08 
338,369,979 07 
362,703,312 40 



Funded Debt 

payable 

in Canada. 

Debenture 
Stock 
C.P.Ry. ' 
Guaranteed, etc. 



$ cts. 

3,999,175 03 
6,016,073 69 
6,950,496 12 
7,768,236 23 
7,828,451 36 
7,974,572 89 
8,199,396 16 
8,914,513 96 
8,398,909 21 
8,123,051 45 
8,308,523 45 
8,933,230 66 
9,998,778 39 
11,595,160 16 
11,580,141 84 
10,901,004 55 
5,924,403 45 

21.988.565 93 
19,930,644 25 
20,382,614 03 
18,749,402 05 
17,572,668 28 
15,511,362 16 
13,674,428 47 
11,833,539 *7 

10.362.566 33 
8,218,152 40 
7,181,711 11 
7,095,624 51 
9,708,835 23 
9,188,638 38 
8,992,958 70 
8,812,866 99 
8,676,764 68 
8,554,364 68 

9.007.614 27 
8,886,980 93 
7,478,080 93 
7,450,948 93 
7,838,715 60 
7,301,115 60 

7,176,415 60 

4.769.615 60 
4,819,115 60 
4,795,065 60 
4,730,877 60 
2,190,767 60 

719,002 93 

691,502 93 

100,298,602 93 



Dominion 
Notes. 



$ cts. 

3,113,700 00 

3,795,000 00 

4,830,000 00 

7,479,353 33 

7,367,340 74 

10,510,541 21 

11,284,131 69 

12,175,578 62 

10,778,873 00 

11.533.891 48 

10.680.492 88 
10,460,734 81 
10,789,710 04 
13,565,159 46 
14,538,965 05 
15,807,910 91 
15,997,854 73 
15,360,281 32 
15,633,255 58 
16,297,453 36 
15,059,836 06 
16,249,318 53 
15.426,280 83 

15.357.892 71 
16,176,317 23 
17,282,698 66 

18.448.493 80 
20,061,719 45 
19,520,233 12 
20,372,215 12 
22,318,096 26 
22,178,193 76 
24,236,466 52 
26,094,923 52 
27,671,452 05 
32,780,387 05 
39,006,198 58 
41,574.783 33 
47,334,221 72 
49,941,427 22 
54,794,596 86 
60,455,991 36 
79,351,080 50 
87,134,068 50 
89,994,270 25 

113,329,633 40 
112,101,885 65 
117,795,638 53 
157,056,118 91 
177,943,131 54 



Provincial 

Notes. 



$ cts. 

605,859 12 

552,325 79 

467,743 12 

334,301 05 

115,091 80 

61,685 04 

51,028 04 

47,013 05 

44,665 38 

43,228 79 

42,527 03 

41,845 76 

41,397 04 

41,039 84 

40,810 17 

40,595 08 

40,358 61 

40.237 01 
40,164 06 
40,084 29 
39,880 87 
39,792 31 
39,767 98 
39,743 64 
39,624 89 
39,584 99 
39,570 39 
39,534 38 
39,519 79 
39,475 01 
39,438 04 
39,429 29 
39,429 29 
39,424 43 
39,419 57 
39,406 92 
39,406 92 
39,406 92 
39,406 92 
39,361 18 
39,361 18 
39,361 18 
39,286 23 
39,272 61 

39.238 55 
39,224 92 
39,220 05 
39,220 05 
39,220 05 
39,220 05 



Savings 
Banks. 



Compensation 

to 

Seigneurs. 



8 



cts. 



1,422,046 87 
1,686,126 31 
2,452,118 72 
3,367,072 44 
4,515,445 78 
5,187,586 42 
6,119,690 65 
7,210,260 83 
7,171,181 20 
7,044,118 09 
7,470,630 83 
8,497,013 35 
9,207,683 20 

11.052.956 18 
15,836,672 00 
21,768,661 69 
26,219,107 55' 
29,217,536 84 
32,979,076 39 
37,173,813 88 
40,832,275 37 
41,371,058 23 
42,956,357 68 
41,012,465 04 
39,400,026 16 
39,529,547 63 
41,849,656 10 
43,036,012 32 
44,450,498 85 
46,799,318 58 
48,934,975 72 
50,111,118 98 
50,241,715 45 
53.149,722 40 

56.048.957 06 
58,437,988 70 
60,771,129 25 
62,158,449 90 
62,017,456 65 
61,910,622 08 
62,641,811 S7 
62,581,155 30 
59,938,920 33 
58,264,229 90 
58,094,331 03 
58,219.328 06 
57,140,483 39 
55,567,603 4? 
54,001,718 26 
53,52S,426 34 



8 



cts. 



3,869,810 02 

3,869,810 02 

3,869,810 20 

3,860,645 58 

3,811,065 1? 

3,725,553 71 

3,500,593 57 

3,476,822 29 

825,477 88 

466,387 88 

407,061 20 

400,427 41 

391,330 96 

385,840 31 

394,595 90 

244,936 10 

200,085 45 

198,162 11 

195,378 79 

188,764 80 

188,764 80 

179,153 81 

181,776 48 

179,416 33 

166,959 98 

166,559 98 

166,309 98 

164.732 32 

131,386 90 

124,327 80 

117,287 66 

78,873 00 

78,798 00 

78,798 00 

78,029 34 

76,262 43 

76,262 43 

76,262 43 

76,262 43 

76,108 72 

72,599 06 

72,599 06 

64,029 90 

38,322 40 

38,322 40 

38,091 83 

38,091 83 

34,237 96 

34,237 96 

34,237 96 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



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Dominion of Canada from July I, 1867, to March 31, 1916. 
Table V.) 



Temporary Loans, 



cts. 



6,575,410 05 
2,224,353 70 



18,985,907 97 
1,262,444 46 
1,241,000 00 
5,651,459 33 



1,946,666 66 
7,786,666 65 


1,460,000 00 
2,433,333 33 


1,946,666 66 
4,866,666 66 


3,893,333 33 







4,866, 
2,920, 
2,920, 
1,216, 
9,299, 
13,606, 
17,033, 



666 66 
000 00 
000 00 
666 67 
999 99 
333 32 
333 33 



8,273,333 32 

81,073,684 21 

182,992,379 82 



Trust Funds. 



6,408, 

6,454, 

6,477, 

6,535, 

6,595, 

6,655, 

6,686. 

6,752, 

6,822, 

6,881 

6,899, 

5,860, 

6,834, 

6,893. 

6,941, 

6,999, 

7,003, 

7,055, 

7,041 

7,060, 

7,080 

7,098, 

7,200, 

8,184, 

8,217, 

9,113, 

10,111, 

10,205, 

10,263, 

10,314, 

10,409, 

10,446, 

10,690, 

10,910. 

11,305 

11,593, 

12,181, 

16,105, 

lo, do*-*) 

26,857, 
13,744, 
14,107, 
13,124. 
13,422, 
13,939 
14,727, 
15,167, 
15,831, 
15,995, 
15,802, 



14 
12 



Cts, 

779 93 
799 24 
618 45 
102 56 
677 85 
248 83 

346 61 
846 71 

523 78 
938 05 

347 34 
331 40 
477 
453 

146 22 
035 43 
187 70 
899 45 
841 15 
526 23 
835 85 
643 59 
385 51 
794 08 
992 88 
817 36 
141 16 
365 74 
694 31 
883 06 
788 00 
967 27 
277 50 
056 03 
611 23 
174 73 

524 11 
439 12 
823 53 
181 06 
817 57 
438 84 
674 50 
462 56 
186 52 
471 83 
803 75 
902 57 
150 06 
218 25 



Province Accounts. 



2,573, 
3,499, 
4,664, 
6,224 
7,951, 
10,319, 
14,477, 
16,119, 
14,984, 
14,384, 
13,910. 
13,313, 
12,605. 
12,569, 
12,424, 
12,596, 
12,573, 
14,285, 
14,219 
17,310, 
17,282, 
17,194 
16,927, 
16,907, 
16,907, 
16,407, 
16,407, 
16,407 
16,407, 
16,406, 
16,406, 
16,406. 
16,672, 
16,672, 
16,672, 
16,672, 
6,523. 
11,920, 
11.920. 
11,920, 
11,920, 
11,920, 
11,920, 
11,920, 
11,920, 
11,920, 
11,920, 
11,920, 
11,(120, 
11,920. 



cts. 

292 92 
678 45 
510 82 
159 32 
628 12 
741 47 
825 70 
309 36 
382 27 
864 21 
660 10 
435 34 
298 47 
014 44 
853 45 
072 17 
490 79 
698 73 
479 69 

531 30 
987 33 
048 29 
883 96 

532 78 
414 03 
374 13 
359 53 
323 52 
031 65 
986 87 
720 75 
434 91 
686 83 
686 83 
677 11 
336 16 
164 94 
668 07 
668 07 
684 07 
668 07 
668 07 
582 42 
582 42 
582 42 
486 07 
481 20 
481 20 
481 20 
481 20 



Miscellaneous 
Accounts. 



$ cts. 

3,984,271 92 
4,227,243 43 
227,115 15 
2^353,306 61 
1,496,819 37 

1.478.593 86 
4,321,370 17 

669,157 36 
2,676,366 38 

593,678 73 
4,478,962 96 
5,205,834 38 
5,798,669 43 
5,998,117 28 
2,503,270 35 
4,884,160 18 
4,013,213 48 
1,178,938 95 
1,572,737 01 
1,201,026 21 
1,036,908 21 
2,555,923 63 
1,238,812 26 
1,192,852 84 
1,330,554 79 
3,626,782 90 
1,738,360 83 
1,542,787 17 
1,915,262 19 
1,779,324 85 
2,023,016 31 
2,163,171 44 
2,536,491 75 
2,P25,767 15 
6.403,084 60 
9,792,469 45 

5.900.594 33 
11,263,136 01 
18,013,558 17 
26,027,229 74 
20,707,498 49 
20,743,961 40 
17,909,941 58 
20,540,599 47 
25,069,812 67 
23,309,198 59 
25,954,002 30 
31.367,463 80 
41,291,721 72 
31,725,791 93 



Total. 



$ -ts. 




93,046,051 73 


1867 


96,896,666 20 


1868 


112,361,998 39 


1869 


115,993,706 76 


1870 


115,492,682 76 


1871 


122,400,179 36 


1872 


130,778,098 5g 


1873 


141,163,551 33 


1874 


151,663,401 62 


1875 


161,204,687 86 


1876 


174,675,834 97 


1877 


174,957,268 96 


1878 


183,974,753 85 


1879 


199,125,323 32 


1880 


199,861,537 51 


1881 


205,365,251 97 


1882 


202,159,104 30 


1883 


242,482,416 21 


1884 


264,703,607 43 


1885 


273,164,341 11 


1886 


273,187,626 43 


1887 


284,513,841 89 


1888 


287,722,062 76 


1889 


286,112,295 10 


1890 


289,899,229 62 


18Q 


295,333,274 10 


1892 


300,054,524 74 


1893 


308,348,023 96 


1894 


318,048,754 87 


1895 


325,717,536 73 


1896 


332,530,131 33 


1897 


338,375,984 23 


1898 


345,160,902 54 


1899 


346,206,979 92 


1900 


354,732,432 52 


1901 


366,358,476 59 


1902 


361,344,098 37 


1903 


364,962,512 17 


1904 


377,678,579 80 


1905 


392,269,680 39 


1906 


379,966,826 09 


m. '07 


408,207,158 25 


1908 


478,535,427 02 


1909 


470,663,045 99 


1910 


474,941,487 42 


1911 


508,338,591 77 


1912 


483,232,555 24 


1913 


544,391,368 86 


1914 


700,473,814 37 


1915 


936,987,802 42 


1916 



Year. 



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Table IV. — Summary of Assets of the Dominion of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to 

March 31, 1916. 

(For details, see Table VI.) 



Year. 



1867 

1867-68 

1868-69 

1869-70 

1870-71 

1871-72 

1872-73 

1873-74 

1874-75 

1875-76 

1876-77 

1877-78 

1878-79 

1879-80 

1880-81 

1881-82 

1882-83 

1883-84 

1884-85 

1885-86..' 

1886-87 

1887-88 

1888-89 

1889-90 

1890-91 

1891-92 

1892-93 

1893-94 

1894-95 

1895-96 

1896-97 

1897-98 

1898-99 

1899-1900 

1900-01 

1901-02 

1902-03 

1903-04 

1904-05 

1905-06 

1906-7(9 mos.). 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 



Sinking 
Fund. 



$ cts. 



1916. 



1, 
1 

1, 

2, 

2, 

3, 

3, 

4 

4, 

5. 

6, 

7 

8, 

9, 

10, 

12, 

12, 

14, 

15, 

17, 

19, 

20, 

22, 

24, 

26, 

28, 

30, 

32, 

34 

36, 

38 

40, 

43, 

45 

IS 

50 

53 
44, 
47, 
48, 
45, 
42, 
38, 
14, 
U, 
12, 
13, 

9, 

10, 
12, 



207,222 
562,488 
989,295 
115,828 
537,495 
450,481 
( 598,422 
112,348 
668,121 
491,075 
387,515 
400,268 
531,564 
747,372 
964,525 
190.731 
941,658 
292,158 
855,353 
461,623 
054,576 
993,654 
730,298 
617,535 
555,614 
583,475 
678,989 
356,776 
359,088 
414,375 
516, 1S9 
876,157 
358,642 
824,282 
304,619 
873,999 
494,588 
770,875 
032,493 
016,409 
981,552 
250,209 
515,546 
782,613 
196,825 
353,282 
737,567 
144,994 
790,806 
563,827 



26 

92 
58 
91 
15 
82 
46 
46 
78 
10 
10 
45 
62 
58 
91 
71 
37 
37 
21 
98 
60 
39 
73 
93 
50 
29 
18 
65 
01 
53 
33 
88 
53 
37 
27 
86 
32 
65 
92 
53 
38 
01 
54 
19 
90 
06 
42 
98 
51 
62 



Other 
Tn\ estments. 



4,578, 

4,573, 

13,348, 

11,125, 

9,369, 

7,468, 

5,717, 

6,313, 

7,119, 

9,157, 

7,786. 

4,551, 

4,152, 

5,932, 

6,798, 

11,443, 

7,850, 

28,337, 

34,497 

8,249, 

8,874, 

10,549, 

9,749, 

6.179. 

6,199, 

5,179, 

5,263. 

5,263, 

5,487, 

6,077, 

6,261, 

6,371, 

6,371, 

6,769, 

7,062, 

7,508, 

8,428, 

13,801, 

12,691, 

12,576, 

13,223, 

22,949, 

22,144, 

26,216, 

27,501, 

30,551, 

43,885, 

70,819 

111,719, 

109,937, 



cts. 

560 04 
957 00 
757 25 
437 25 
951 94 
891 90 

694 42 
565 10 
180 61 
463 90 
874 41 
637 84 
654 81 
433 66 
964 16 
103 98 
894 54 
490 82 
966 54 
817 13 
105 59 

695 87 
154 91 
281 07 
581 07 
535 53 
137 95 
137 95 
461 94 
627 95 
527 95 
527 95 
527 95 
527 95 
835 95 
077 15 
962 47 
928 33 
310 07 
240 49 
804 07 
146 14 
988 81 
851 20 
851 20 
851 20 
324 52 
657 79 
684 43 
419 43 



Province 
Accounts. 



$ cts. 

10,045,533 63 

11,723,359 51 

14,776,812 35 

17,193,583 67 

19,126,530 78 

20,901,517 14 

11,537,690 00 

11,524,637 57 

11,521,697 70 

11,974,808 36 

12,367,515 84 

12,274,893 35 

13,030,018 76 

13,535,092 05 

13,314,114 95 

13,013,285 71 

13,146,291 01 

7,499,069 39 

7,502,723 71 

7,508,754 51 

7,518,401 82 

7,545,149 99 

7,973,556 47 

9,412,337 15 

9,910,524 45 

10,412,417 39 

10,921,105 92 

10,917,856 12 

10,923,487 40 

10,586,398 83 

10,60K,052 44 

10,603,210 98 

10,671,783 46 

10,718,483 76 

10,718,474 04 

10,718,461 39 

4,144,218 42 

4,119,591 67 

4,048,795 90 

4,033,705 49 

4,033,705 49 

4,033,705 49 

2,296,429 12 

2,296,429 12 

2.296.42!) 12 

2,29(5.332 

2,296,327 

2,296,327 

2,296,327 

2,296,327 



Miscellaneous 
Accounts. 



1 1 
90 
90 
90 

no 



1,486,094 43 

3,279,726 03 

6,387,814 01 

7,349,114 48 

6,752,187 24 

8,392,216 46 

10,041,163 67 

10,888,035 78 

12,346,023 51 

10,029,826 (52 

14,898,620 59 

10,368,399 41 

10,779,445 66 

12,967,953 78 

13,388,152 09 

15,056,479 79 

9,753,545 92 

10.191.847 37 
10,439,871 83 
16,785,038 40 
10,425,766 98 
10,893,983 48 

9,739,011 00 
8,369,929 IS 
9,424,479 09 
10,026,411 45 
11,510,252 08 
13,627,223 76 
14,203,790 43 
14,141,701 65 
15,607,765 15 
16,568,688 51 
18.485,502 00 
17,400,878 95 
20,166,499 57 

25.428.848 57 
33,669,340 29 
41,402,397 02 
47,681,813 31 
60,600.347 13 
53,055,904 19 
61,013,237 77 
91,648,183 3S 
91,098,606 15 
93,904,329 17 

123. 21 7. 665 03 
109,011,709 72 
126,133.538 05 
126,290,912 32 
197,034,056 45 



Total. 



S cts. 

17,317,410 36 
21,139,531 46 
36,502,679 19 
37,783,964 31 
37,786,165 11 
40,213,107 32 
30,894,970 55 
32,838,586 91 
35,655,023 60 
30,653,173 98 
41,440,525 94 
34,595,199 05 
36,493,683 85 
42,182,852 07 
44,465,757 11 
51,703,601 19 
43,692,389 84 
60,320,565 96 
68,295,915 29 
50,005,284 02 
45,872,850 99 
49,982,483 73 
50,192,021 11 
48,579,083 33 
52,090,199 11 
54,201,839 66 
58,373,485 13 
62,164,994 4S 
64,973,827 
67.220,103 96 
70,991,534 S7 
74.419,585 32 
78,887,455 94 
80,713,173 03 
86,252,428 83 
94,529,386 97 
99.737,109 50 
104.094,793 57 
111.454,413 20 
125.226.702 64 
116,294,966 13 
130,246,298 41 
154,605,147 85 
134,394,499 66 
134,899,435 39 
16S.419.131 06 
168,930,929 5ti 
20S.394.51S 72 
251,097,731 16 
321.831,631 40 



piBi.i' iccory - 



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Table V.— Liabilities of Canada, July 1. 1S67. to March 31, 1916. 





DeBKNTUBKS lND S - AYABLE IN LONl N. 


Year. 


Bond' Canadian Bonds, Canadian Bonds, 
6 per cent. ' woeafe 6 i«er cent. 


Consolidated 

Canadian Loan 

Bonds, 

5 per cent. 


Consolidated 

Canadian Loan 

EM ck, 

5 per c • 




1 


- i ■ :>> 

7" 


- 

24,945,073 3S 

24. _ 
24,942,64 

24,782,040 04 

,6 69 

24,751,866 71 

- _ " 
i i 
21.lfVf.200 06 

- - 

12,428 

6.44S.333 S3 
5,024,833 33 
2,485,893 33 
1.342.226 66 
3 33 
79 99 


$ eta 

27.7-4.461 92 
-" 52,201 92 

27 
- " 173 74 
- 7 4y 
25.lll.s-- 
24.1 " 77 
23,418,: 3 : 
22,78 

22,353,481 - 
22,17 ■ 
22."" ,288 - 
21.7' 3,8 _ 
21.476.316 37 
21,040,2 

6 14 
7,4 8 
136,406 48 


3,770,153 93 

4.472.413 93 
4,637 

-1.142 11 
" "4 34- 36 


- - 








267,666 7" 
267, 

i 8 70 
! 
21,900 05 
21,900 05 
21,91 


1871 




572 

L87 

57 

-" 


1,168,000 00 
924, 
924,60 - 

24 


7.3- . 78 28 
7,956,78 

- 1 63 
21,607 25 

J4.313 95 
' " 19 51 
- - 286 17 
10. 334. ft 
10,779,209 40 
11,366,129 40 
11.S37.222 73 


L87 

L877 

L878 

187 

18S 

1881 

issa 



1884 




924,661 " 
924,661 - 

- 

.- 
924,666 -37 
924,666 67 

24 
486,666 67 
48 
48 

486, 

4^6.666 67 
67 


26 72 
20,44 
. i |0 06 

20,440 06 

118 - 

US. 260 00 
2.433 33 


188 
















L888 












453,573 34 
453,573 34 

453.573 34 
453.573 34 
453.573 34 










L8 























1892 










- 






















> 5 










1S96 










■ g " 


:.::.:.' ::. 














> "■- 



















1901 . . . 











190° 










1903 . 












1905 


Dominion Loan 3J per cent Loan 
of 1908 ~ 1030-50. 
4 per cent. 









1906 








1907 - 








6,720,380 00 14.600.00. 1 
6.714.053 34 3-."33.333 33 
6.142.2-20 01 

6.010.333 SS 112,725,507 67 
6.010.333 35 137.058.841 00 








1909.. 






1910 

lyil 









1912 








1913 . 




137,068 9i 
137,058,841 00 

137.05S.S41 00 
137,058 3 








1914 










1915 








1916 











34 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Table V. — Liabilities of Canada, July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916 — Con. 





Debentures and Stocks payable in London. 


Year. 


Dominion 

Loan of 1874, 

4 per cent. 


Dominion 

Loan of 1875, 

4 per cent. 


Dominion 

Loan of 1876, 

4 percent. 


Dominion 

Loan of 1878, 

4 per cent. 


Dominion 

Loan of 1879, 

4 per cent. 


1867 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ eta. 


$ cts. 


8 ets. 


1868 












1869. . 












I860 












1871 












1872 












1873 '.. 












1874 












1875 


19,466,666 67 
19,466,666 67 
19,466,666 67 
19,466,666 67 
19,466,666 67 
19,466,666 67 
19,406,666 67 
19,466,666 67 
19,466,666 67 
19,466.666 67 
19,466,666 67 
19,466,666 67 
19,466,666 67 
19,466,666 67 
19,466,666 67 
19,46(5,666 67 
19,466,666 67 
19,466,606 67 
19,466,666 67 
19,466,666 67 
19,466,666 67 
19,466,666 67 
19,466,666 67 
19,466,666 67 
19,406,666 67 
19,466,666 67 
19,466,666 67 
19,466,660 67 
19,466,666 67 
11,884,361 32 
11,072,069 26 
9,376,386 70 
9,376,386 70 
8,583,234 15 
8,555,494 14 
8,265,370 38 
7,961,178 54 










1876 


4,866,666 66 
4,866,666 66 
4,866,666 66 
4,866,666 66 
4,866,666 66 
4,866,666 66 
4,866,666 66 
4,866,666 66 
4,866,666 66 
4,866,666 66 
4,866,666 66 
4,866,666 66 
4,866,666 66 
4,866,666 66 
4,866,666 66 
4,866,660 66 
• 4,866,666 66 
4,866,666 66 
4,866,066 66 
4,866,666 66 
4,860,066 66 
4,866,666 66 
4,866,666 66 
4,866,666 66 
4,866,666 66 
4,866,666 66 
4,866,666 66 
4,866,666 66 
4,860,666 66 
4,866,666 66 








1877 


12,166,666 66 
12,166,666 66 
12,166,666 66 
12,166,666 66 
12,166,666 66 
12,166,666 66 
12,166,666 66 
12,166,666 66 
12,166,666 66 
12,166,666 66 
12,166,666 66 
12,166,666 66 
12,166,666 m 
12,166,0bb 06 
12,166,666 66 
12,166,666 66 
12,166,666 66 
12,166,666 66 
12,166,666 66 
12,166,666 66 
12,166,066 66 
12,166,666 66 
12,166,666 66 
12,166.666 66 
12,166,666 66 
12,166,066 66 
12,166,666 66 
12,166,666 66 
12,166,666 66 
12,166,606 66 






1878 


7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
- 7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 




1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 


14,600,000 '66' 
14,600,000 00 
14,600,000 00 


1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891.. 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 


14,600,000 00 
14,600,000 00 
14,600,000 00 
14,600,000 00 
14,600,000 00 
14,600,000 00 
14,600,000 00 
14,600,000 00 
14,600,000 00 
14,600,000 00 
14,600,000 00 
14,600.000 00 
14,600,000 00 


1896 

1897 


14,600.000 00 
14,600,000 00 


1898 


14,600,000 00 


1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 


14,600,000 00 
14,600,000 00 
14,600,000 00 
14,600,000 00 
14,600,000 00 


1904 

1905 


14,600,000 00 
14,600,000 00 


1906 


14,600,000 00 


1907 (9 mos). .,... 
1908 




14,600,000 00 




• 


14,600,000 00 


1909 








1910 










1911 










1912 










1913 












1915 












1916 













PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



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Debentures and Stocks payable in London. 


Year. 


Dominion 

Loan of 1884, 

3i per cent. 


Dominion 

Loan of 1885, 

4 per cent 

(reduced)" 


Dominion 

Loan of 1885, 

4 per cent. 


Dominion 

Loan of 1888, 

1892 and 1894, 

3 per cent. 


Dominion 
Loan of 1897, 
2£ per cent. 


Canadian 
Pacific Ry. 
Land Grant 

Loan, 
3£ per cent. 


1867 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


1868 














1869 














1870 














1871 














1872 














1873 








. 






1874 














1875 














1876 














1877 














1878 














1879 














1880 














1881 














1882 














1883 














1884 


24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,33?,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
2*,333,3°.3 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
23,634,137 73 
23,467,t306 27 
23,467,206 27 
23,467,206 27 
23,467,206 27 
23,467,206 27 
23,467,206 27 


31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 
31,356.595 88 
31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 . 
31,356,595 88^ 
31,856,595 88 
31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 
31,356,595 88 










1885 










1886 


19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
19,466,666 66 
18,142,261 46 








1887 








1888 


6,375,333 33 
19,466,666 67 
19,466,666 67 
19,890,297 66 
30,727,506 24 
33,538,614 67 
39,652,242 08 
50,602,241 01 
50,602,241 01 
50,602,241 01 
50,602,241 01 
50,602,241 01 
50,602,241 01 
50,602,241 01 
50,002,241 01 
50,602,241 01 
50,898,661 62 
51,751,568 26 
53,532,034 82 
53,532,034 82 
54,486,6*4 10 
55,105,899 30 
42,512,076 63 
42,649,469 49 
43,116,280 15 
43,226,130 55 
37,262,129 50 
37,271,230 16 
37,271,230 16 






1889 "... 






1890 






1891 






1892 






1893 






1894 






1895 






1896 






1897 


9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
7,748,245 83 
4,888,185 64 . 
4,888,185 64 
4,888,185 64 
4,888,185 64 
4,888,185 64 
4,888,185 64 




1898 

1899 




1900 




1901 




1902 




1903 




1904 

1905 




1906 




1907(9 mos)... 

190S 

1909 

1910 


15,056,006 66 
15,056.006 66 
15,056,006 66 
15,056,006 66 
15,056,006 66 
15,<'56,006 66 
15,056,006 66 
15,056,006 66 
15,056,006 66 
15,056,006 66 


1911 


1912 






1913 . . 






1914 .... 






1915 . . . 






1916 





2-3* 



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Table V. — Liabilities of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916 — Con. 



Year. 



1867 

1868 

1869.. :.... 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879.. 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891.' 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895. . 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

x902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907(9 months) 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 



Imperial 
Guaranteed 
Loan (old) 
4 per cent. 



•$ cts. 

681,333 34 
681,333 34 



Debentures and Stocks payable in London. 



Imperial, 
Guaranteed 

Loan 
4 per cent. 



$ cts. 



7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
7,300,000 00 
16,060,000 00 
16,060,000 00 
23,360,000 00 
23,360,000 00 
23,360,000 00 
30,660,000 00 
30,660,000 00 
30,660,000 00 
30,660,000 00 
30,660,000 00 
30,660.000 00 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
31,633,333 34 
22,873,333 34 
22,873,333 34 
22,873,333 34 
22,873,333 34 
15,573,333 34 
15,573,333 34 
15,573,333 34 
8,273,333 34 
8,273,333 34 
8,273,333 34 



Intercolonial 
Ry. Loan 
5 per cent. 



$ cts. 



2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 
2,433,333 34 



3ij per cent. 
Loan 1908-12. 



23,782,913 33 
23,147,15613 
22,785,103 08 
17,344,113 05 



New 
Brunswick 

Bonds, 
6 per cent. 



Nova Scotia 

Bonds, 
6 per cents. 



Prince 

Edward Island 

Bonds, 

6 per cent. 



$ cts. 

5,037,486 66 
4,886,620 00 
4,886,620 00 
4,886,620 00 
4,850,606 67 
4,701,686 67 
4,701,686 67 
4,701,686 67 
4,491,446 67 
4,491,446 67 
4,491,446 67 
4,491,446 67 
4,491,446 67 
4,491,446 67 
4,491,446 67 
4,481,713 34 
4,408,713 34 
4,374,646 67 
4,374,646 67 
4,137,153 34 
3,565,806 68 
2,116,513 35 
695,933 35 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 



S cts. 

4,580,506 66 
4,460,300 00 
4,460,300 00 
4,460,300 00 
4,400,300 00 
4,448,133 33 
4,448,133 33 
4,438,400 00 
1,076,020 02 
1,082,833 35 
1,082,833 35 
1,082,833 35 
1,082,833 35 
1,082,883 33 
1,082,833 33 
1,082,833 33 
1,082,833 33 
1,082,833 33 
1,082,833 33 



cts. 



1,091,106 54 
1,091,106 54 
1,091,106 54 
1,091,106 54 
1,091,106 54 
1,091,106 54 
1,091,100 66 
1,091,106 66 
277,399 99 



3f per cent. 
Loan 1909. 



29,200,000 00 
27,458,025 34 
27,231,353 34 
26,809,980 01 
26,710,116 01 
26,710,116 01 
26,701,842 68 
26,701,842 68 



4 per cent. 
Loan 1940-60. 



4i per cent. 
Loan 1920-25 



58,400,000 00 
93,926,666 66 
93,926,666 66 24,333,333 33 



ITIiUC ACCOI 'NTS 



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Debkntukks Payable in Canada. 


Year. 


Bonds 
Convert- 
ible into 

Stocks 
6 per cent. 


Canada 

Bonds 

(old) 

5 per cent. 


Canada 
Bonds (old) 
6 per cent. 


Canada 

Bonds 

7 per cent. 


Dominion 

Bonds 
5 per cent. 


Dominion 

Bonds 
4 per cent. 


Ne\v 
Bruns- 
wick 
6 per cent. 


Nova Scotia 
6 per cent. 


1867 .... 
1868 


$ cts. 

666,00006 

578,000 00 
576,000 00 
566,000 00 
541,000 00 
541,000 00 
540,000 00 
539,000 00 
538,000 00 
538,000 00 
538,000 00 
538,000 00 
538,000 00 
538,000 00 
538,000 00 
538,000 00 
538,000 00 
538,000 00 
538,000 00 
538,000 00 
538,000 00 
238,000 00 
238,000 00 
238,000 00 
238,000 00 


$ cts. 

192,925 01 

192,925 01 

192,925 01 

192,925 01 

192,525 01 

182,725 01 

182,725 01 

167,058 33 

160,858 33 

127,016 67 

114,850 00 

113,650 00 

113,650 00 

113,650 00 

113,650 00 

113,650 00 

38,200 00 

2,100 00 

' 400 00 

• 400 00 

400 00 

400 00 

400 00 

400 00 

400 00 

400 00 

400 00 

400 00 

400 00 

400 00 

400 00 

400 00 

400 00 

400 00 

400 00 

400 00 

400 00 

400 00 

400 00 

400 00 

400 00 

400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 


$ cts. 

1,254,250 02 

1,243,610 02 

1,227,610 02 

1,227,210 02 

1,015,602 60 

343,055 04 

257,991 04 

183,057 72 

132,690 00 

17,500 00 

10,120 00 

4,120 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 


$ cts. 

873,200 00 
873,200 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 

196,900 00 

196,900 00 

196,900 00 

190,900 00 

196,900 00 

196,900 00 

196,900 00 

189,300 00 

189,300 00 

130,100 00 

126,900 00 

123,700 00 

123,700 00 

122,900 00 

122,900 00 

122,900 00 

122,900 00 

122,900 00 

122,900 00 

122,900 00 

122,900 00 

122,900 00 

122,900 00 

122,900 00 

122,900 00 

122,900 00 

122,900 00 

122,900 00 

122,900*00 

1,600 00 

1,100 00 

600 00 

600 00 

000 00 

600 00 

600 00 

600 00 

600 00 

600 00 

600 00 

000 00 

000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 


$ cts. 

1,481,900 00 
1,481,900 00 


1869 






1,481,900 00 


1870 






1,481,900 00 


1871 


80,000 00 
80,000 00 
80,000 00 
80,000 00 




1,481,900 00 


1872 




1,481,900 00 


1873 

1874... . 
1875 




1,481,900 00 

1,481,900 00 

970,900 00 


1876 








954,353 34 


1877 




954,353 34 


1878 








951,920 01 


1879 








951,920 01 


1880 








951,920 01 


1881 








951,920 01 


1882 








951,920 01 


1883 




951,920 01 


1884 








27,000 00 
310,000 00 
1,244,000 00 
1,209,000 00 
1,270,000 00 
1,276,000 00 
1,276,000 00 
1,276,000 00 
1,776,000 00 
1,768,000 00 
1,762,000 00 
1,708,000 00 
1,708,000 00 
1,708,000 00 
1,198,000 00 
1,198,000 00 
1,198,000 00 
1,198,000 00 
1,198,000 00 
1,198,000 00 


951,920 01 


1885 








2,920 07 


1886 ... . 










1887 










1888 








1889 










1890 










1891 










1892 










1893 










1894. ... 













1895 










1896 










1897 .... 




• 








1898 






- 




1899 










1900 .... 










1901 












1902 . . 












1903 ... 












1904 








1905 












1906 














1907 (9 1 
months) / 

1908 .... 
























1909... 










1910 




1911, 








1912 . .. 














1913.... 










1914 












1915 














1916 



























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Debentures Payable in Canada. 


Bank 

of Montreal, 

(various). 


Canadian 

Pacific 

Railway 

4 per cent 

Funded 

Debt. 


Dominion 

Stock 
6 per cent. 




Year. 


Overdue 
Debentures 

Province 
of Canada. 


Prince 

Edward 

Island 

6 per cent. 


Prince 

Edward 

Island 

5 per cent. 


Dominion 

Stock 
6 per cent. 


1867 . . 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 

2,249,416 67 
2,500,000 00 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


1868.. 










1,427,538 66 

3,272,861 09 

4,093,001 20 

4,295,223 75 

4,516,499 51 

4,435,942 54 

4,405,605 97 

4,158,143 83 

4,124,643 83 

4,124,043 83 

4,122,847 25 

4,121,197 25 

422,152 57 

45,664 22 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

. 8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 




1869 




1870 






4022,805 5i 

1,247,699 84 

501,793 36 






1871 












1872.. 




631.593 33 


1873. 








1,020,837 57 


1874 


9,614 39 
9,614 39 
9,614 39 
9,614 39 
8,641 06 
8,641 06 
10,101 06 
9,614 40 
9,514 40 
9,514 40 


366,404 44 

308,977 79 

308,004 46 

308,004 46 

302,975 58 

203,371 31 

201,100 00 

186,500 00 

69,500 00 

2,500 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 


137,402 24 
135,455 57 






1,363,485 26 


1875 






1,803,583 69 


1876 






1,923,433 15 


1877. 








2,132,251 82 


1878 








2,776,017 82 


1879. 








3,945,739 82 


1880 
1881 . . 











9,244,237 58 
9,620,307 61 


1882 . 








9,095,834 54 


1883 








4,262,883 44 


1884. 






15,286,497 90 

13,934,572 42 

12,528,029 15 

11,064,661 52 

9,542,173 84 

7,958,177 66 

6,310,188 03 

4,595,619 62 

2,811,782 65 

955,878 67 


4,096,148 02 


1885. . 






3,928,851 76 


1886. 








1,184,062 05 


1887. 










1,120,817 70 


1888. 










1,054,371 61 


1889 

]890. 










984,561 67 
911,217 61 


1891. 










834,160 51 


1S92.. 










753,202 39 


1893. . 










668,145 77 


1894 . . 










578,783 15 


1895. 












484,896 55 


1896..... 












386.256 94 


1897 

1898 . 












282,623 70 
173,744 02 


1899 . . 












59,352 31 


1900 . . . 














1901 

1902... 














1903 














1904 














1905 














1906 














1907(9 mos.) 














1908. ... 














1909. 














1 910 . . 










1911. . 














1912.. 














1913. . 














1914.. 














1915 . 














1916 








PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



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Table V. — Liabilities of Canada, from July 1, 18G7, to March 31, 1916 — Con. 



Year. 



1867. 

1868. 

1869. 

1870. 

1871. 

1872., 

1873. 

1874., 

1875., 

1876 . 

1877., 

1878., 

1879.. 

1880., 

1881., 

1882., 

1883 , 

1884.. 

1885., 

1886., 

1887., 

1888.. 

1889.. 

1890.. 

1891.. 

1892.. 

1893.. 

1894.. 

1895.. 

1896.. 

1897.. 

1898 . . 

1899., 

1900., 

1901. 

1902., 

1903. 

1904. 

1905., 

1906 , 



Dominion 

Stock 
6 per cent 



Dominion 

Stock 
and bonds 
3£ per cent. 



$ cts 



1907 (9 mos) 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 



955,000 00 
1,078,000 00 
4,757,222 83 
4,625,622 83 
5,030,822 83 
4,923,322 83 
4,807,722 83 
4,705,959 34 
4,593,281 29 
4,542,527 96 
4,474,327 96 
4,472,727 96 
4,428,678 29 
1,644,000 00 
1,654,000 00 
1,654,000 00 
1,654,000 00 
1,654,000 00 
1,654.000 00 
1,583,000 00 



$ cts. 



Exchequer 
Bills. 



$ cts. 



6,575,410 05 
2,224,353 70 



5 per cent 

War Loan 

1915-25. 



100,000,000 00 



52,500 00 

59,000 00 

152,300 00 

235,300 00 

298,700 00 

781,900 00 

3,150,514 68 

3,564,214 68 

3,498,514 68 

3,421,764 68 

3,299,364 68 

3,752,064 68 

3.702,431 34 

5,074,531 34 

5,047,399 34 

5,435,166 01 



2,397,566 00 

2,272,866 0i 

2,260,066 01 

2,309,566 01 

2,285,516 01 

2,221,328 01 

2,181,218 01 

709,453 34 

681,953 34 

289,053 34 



Dominion 

Stock 

3§ per cent. 



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



Indemnity 

to 
Seigneurs 

and 
Townships 
6 per cent. 



$ cts. 



3,869,810 

3,869,810 

3,869,810 

3, 860, 645 

3,811,065 

3,725,553 

3,500,593 

3,476,822 

825,477 

466,387 

407,061 

400,427 

391,330 

385,840 

394,595 

244.936 

200,085 

198,162 

195,378 

188,764 

188,764 

179,153 

181,776 

179,416 

166,959 

166,559 

166,309 

164,732 

131,386 

124,327 

117,287 

78,873 

78,798 

78,798 

78,029 

76,262 

76,262 

76,262 

76,262 

76,108 



72,599 
72,599 
64,029 
38,322 
38,322 
38,091 
38,091 
34,237 
34,237 
34,237 



02 
02 
02 
58 
13 
71 
57 
29 
88 
88 
20 
41 
6 
31 
90 
10 
45 
11 
7!) 
80 
80 
81 
48 
33 
98 
98 
98 
32 
90 
80 
(16 
00 
00 
00 
34 
43 
43 
43 
43 
72 



06 
06 
90 

40 
40 
83 
83 
90 
96 
96 



London 

Agents 

(various). 



$ cts. 

1,226,548 53 

1,372,873 87 

•49,080 91 

215,570 75 



82,498 08 
2,880,809 96 
151,699 51 
2,006,471 47 
1,906 13 
3,893,875 87 
4,446,574 93 



2,323,399 04 
179,025 51 



85,565 60 



Mis- 
cellaneous. 



$ cts. 

508,306 72 

354,369 56 

178,034 24 

135,533 40 

269,608 32 

894,302 42 

439,227 21 

513,588 37 

659,122 71 

581,300 40 

574,842.00] 

749,014 36 

1,298,515 03 

1,498,043 99 

1,492,619 70 

1,307,196 19 

1,308,963 34 

1,168,874 96 

1,572,187 42 

1,200,476 62 

1,036,358 62 

2,555,374 04 

1,238,262 67 

1,192,303 25 

1,330,005 20 

1,302,834 27 

1,558,785 73 

1,542,237 58 

1,914,712 60 

1,693,209 66 

2,022,466 72 

2,162,621 85 

2,535,942 16 

2,625,217 59 

6,402,535 01 

9,792,469 45 

5,900,594 33 

11,263,136 01 

18,013,558 17 

26,027,229 74 



20,707,498 49 
20,743,961 40 
17,909,941 58 
20,540,599 47 
25,069,812 67 
23,309,198 59 
25,954,002 30 
31,367,463 80 
41,291,721 72 
31,725,791 93 



Notes 
Canada. 



$ cts. 

3,113,700 00 

3,795,000 00 

4,830,000 00 

7,479,353 33 

7,367,340 74 

10,510,541 21 

11,284,131 69 

12,175,578 62 

10,778,873 00 

11.533.891 48 

10.680.492 88 
10,460.734 81 
10,789,710 04 
13,565,159 46 
14,538,965 05 
15,807,910 91 
15,997,854 73 
15,360,281 32 
15,633,255 58 
16,297,453 36 
15,059,836 06 
16,249,318 53 
15,426,280 83 

15.357.892 71 
16,176,317 23 
17,282,698 66 

18.448.493 80 
20,061,719 45 
19,520,233 12 
20,372,215 12 
22,318,096 26 
22,178,193 76 
24,236,466 52 
26,094,922 52 
27,671,452 05 
32,780,387 05 
39,006.198 58 
41,574,783 33 
47,334,221 72 
49,941,427 22 



54,794,596 86 

60,455,991 36 

79,351,080 50 

87,134,068 50 

89,994,270 25 

113,329,633 40 

112,101,885 65 

117,795,638 53 

157,056,118 91 

177,943,131 54 



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Table V. — Liabilities of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916 — Con. 






1867.. 

1868.. 

1869.. 

1870.. 

1871.. 

1872, . 

1873. . 

1874.. 

1875.. 

1876.. 

1877.. 

1878.. 

1879.. 

1880.. 

1881.. 

1882. . 

1883.. 

1884.. 

1885.. 

1886.. 

1887.. 

1888.. 

1889. . 

1890 . 

1891.. 

1892.. 

1893.. 

1894.. 

1895.. 

1896.. 

1897.. 

1898.. 

1899 

1900.. 

1901.. 

1902. . 

1903.. 

1904.. 

1905.. 

1906.. 

1907 1 

9 m./ 

1908.. 

1919.. 

1910.. 

1911.. 

1912.. 

1913.. 

1914.. 

1915.. 

1916.. 



Notes 
Nova Sco- 
tia. 



ots. 



605,859 
552,325 
467,743 
334,301 
115,091 
61,685 
51,028 
47,013 
44,665 
43,228 
42,527 
41,845 
41,397 
41,039 
40,810 
40,395 
40,358 
40,237 
40,164 
40,084 
39,880 
39,792 
39,767 
39,743 
39,624 
39,584 
39,570 
39,534 
39,519 
39,475 
39,438 
39,429 
39,429 
39,424 
39,419 
39,406 
39,406 
39,406 
39,406 
39,361 



Pacific 

Railway 

Land Grant 

Bonds 

4 per cent 

and 

Deposit 

Account. 



12 

79 
12 
05 
80 
04 
04 
05 

38 
79 
03 
70 
04 
84 
17 

OS 

(il 

01 

06 

29 

87 

31 

98 

64 

89 

99 

3!) 

38 

7"; I 

01 

04 

29 

2!) 

43 

57 

92J 

92 

92 

92 

18 



39,361 18, 

39,361 18 
39,286 23 
39,272 61 
39,238 55 
39,224 92 
39,220 05 
39,220 05 
39,220 05 
39,220 05 



$ cts. 



1,001,333 00 



1,000,000 00 
3,566,800 00 
2,694,186 15 



Province of 

Ontario 
and Quebec 

Account, 
5 per cent. 



Province of 

Nova 
Scotia Debt 

Account, 
5 per cent. 



$ cts. 

358,822 01, 
2,151,192 13 
4,010,802 64 
5,753,946 06 
7,501,361 93 
9,248,686 99 
10,986,365 67 
10,960,335 35 
10,942,245 31 
10,922,628 25 
10,903,147 14 
10,882,478 77 
10,862,209 35 
10,841,820 64 
10,821,221 01 
10,800,486 28 
10,778,518 53 
10,757,123 34 
10,735,556 86 
10,714,021 11 
10,691,985 55 
10,669,549 47 
10,649,234 49 
10,649,171 22 
10,649,17122 
10,149,17122 
10,149,171 22 
10,149,171 22 
10,149,17122 
10,149,171 22 
10,149,17122 
10,149,171 22 
10,149,171 22 
10,149,171 22 
10,149,171 22 
10,149,17122 



5,397,503 13 
5,397,503 13 
5,397,503 13 

5,397,503 13 

5,397,503 13 
5,397,503 13 
5,397,503 13 
5,397,503 13 
5,397,503 13 
5,397,503 13 
5,397,503 13 
5,397,503 13 
5,397,503 13 



$ cts. 

1,200,527 30 

843,857 72 

653,708 18 

470,213 20 

450,266 19 

405,259 51 

1,734,034 63 

1,929,213 74 

1,708,522 53 

1,322,801 99 

1,018,913 66 

700,983 90 

54,800 87 

40,394 26 

17,383 91 

259,337 36 

259,098 73 

052,345 84 

057,693 28 

057,613 51 

057,410 09 

057,321 53 

056,472 18 

056,447 84 

056,329 09 

056,289 19 

056,274 59 

056,238 58 

056,223 99 

050,179 21 

056,142 24 

056,133 49 

056,133 49 

056,133 49' 

,056,123 77 

056,111 12 

056,111 12 

056,111 12 

050,111 12 

056,111 12 



Province 

of Nova 

Scotia 

Special 

Accounts, 

4 per cent. 



056,111 12 

056,111 12 
056,025 47 
056,025 47 
050,025 47 
055,929 12 
055,924 25 
055,924 25 
055,924 25 
055,924 25 



•$ cts. 



24,333 33 
24,333 33 



rrovince 

of 

Canada, 

Suspense 

Account, 

4 per cent. 



S cts. 



16 00 



Province of 

New 
Brunswick 

Debt 
Account, 
5 per cent. 



Province of 

British 
Columbia 

Debt 
Account, 
5 per cent. 



f cts. 

953,943 61 
504,628 60 



•3 cts. 



417,322 49 
443,257 92 
417,980 94 
412,615 74 
261,781 07 
33,510 42 



563, 

663, 

638, 

638, 

596, 

551, 

531, 

531, 

531, 

531, 

531 

530, 

530, 

530, 

530, 

529, 

529, 

529, 

529, 

529, 

529, 

529, 

529, 



449 29 
449 29 
449 29 
449 29 
449 29 
449 29 
L85 72 
185 72 
185 72 
185 72 
185 72 
908 44 
908 44 
679 29 
402 20 
627 69 
027 09 
627 69 
299 39 
299 39 
299 39 
299 39 
299 39 



529,299 39 

529,299 39 
529,299 39 
529,299 39 
529,299 39 
529,299 39 
529,299 39 
529,299 39 
529.299 39 
529,299 39 



665,794 97 
844,077 83 
840,843 34 
651,871 24 
501,871 24 
501,871 24 
501,871 24 
501,871 24 
500,382 53 
499,913 52 
499,913 52 
499,913 52 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583.021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
5S3.021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 

583,02 40 

583.021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 4Q 

583,021 40 
583,021 40 
.•-3.021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 
583,021 40 



/'/ BI.IC ACCOl NTS 



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Year. 



Province 

of Manitoba 

Debt 

Account 

5 per ceut. 



1807 

1868 

1869 

1870. . 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886. .' 

1887 

1888 

1889. . . 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1093 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 (9 mois). 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 .-. 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 



$ cts. 



496,025 08 

416,247 65 

393,060 89 

393,060 89 

393,060 89 

393,060 89 

393,060 89 

393,060 89 

293,060 89 

243,060 89 

243,060 89 

353,885 96 

203,885 96 

3,317,219 76 

3,311,914 77 

3,311,914 77 

3,311,914 77 

3,311,914 77 

3,311,914 77 

3,311,914 77 

3,311,914 77 

3,311,914 77 

3,311,914 77 

3,311,914 77 

3,311,914 77 

3,311,914 77 

3,578,941 20 

3,578,941 20 

3,578,941 20 

3,578,941 20 

3,578,941 20 

3,578,941 20 

3,578,941 20 

3,578,941 20 

3,578,941 20 

3,578,941 20 

3,578,941 20 

3,578,941 20 

3,578,941 20 

3,578,941 20 

3,578,941 20 

3,578,941 20 

3,578,941 20 

3,578,941 20 



Province of 
Prince Edward 

Island 
Debt Account 

5 per tent. » 



$ cts. 



1,529,411 33 
870,701 36 
831,886 16 
831,886 10 
801,530 10 
793,356 12 
793,356 12 
793,274 12 
793,274 12 
792,899 12 
975,872 92 
975,872 90 
975,872 90 
975,872 90 
975,791 83 
775,791 80 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 
775,791 83 



Quebec 

Railway 

Subsidies 

4.^ per cent. 



per cent after per cent after 

Oct. 1, 1889, j Oct. 1, 1889, 

and 3 per cent.and 3 per cent 



$ cts. 



Savings 
Banks, 1'ost 

Office, 
4 per cent ; dh 



Savings 

Banks, ( iov- 

ernnicnt 

4 per cent ; 3£ 



after July 1, 
1897. 



$ cts. 



after July 1, 
1897 . 



2,394,000 00 
2,394,000 00 
2,394,000 00 
2,394,000 00 
2,394,000 00 
2,394.000 00 
2,394,000 00 
2,394,000 00 
2,394,000 00 
2,394,000 00 
2,394,000 00 
2,394,000 00 
2,394,000 00 



204,588 89 

856,814 26 

1,543,970 41 

2,452,965 29 

3,033,352 90 

3,163,320 26 

3,204,965 46 

2,926,090 48 

2,740,952 59 

2,639,937 47 

2,754,484 03 

3,105,190 80 

3,945,669 11 

6,208,226 77 

9,473,661 53 

11,976,237 31 

13,215,552 64 

15,090,540 31 

17,159,372 09 

19,497,750 15 

20,689,032 62 

23,011,422 57 

21,990,653 49 

21,738,648 09 

22,298,401 65 

24,153,193 66 

25,257,868 14 

26,805,542 47 

28.932,929 68 

32,380,829 09 

3^.480,937 77 

3*, 771, 605 17 

37,507,455 80 

39,950,810 62 

42,320,209 91 

44,255,326 93 

45,419,706 28 

45.368,320 68 

45,736,488 51 

47,453,227 75 

47,564,284 28 

45,190,484 21 

43,586,357 42 

43,330,579 19 

43,563,764 33 

42,728,941 83 

41,591,286 57 

39,995,406 40 

40,008 417 70 



$ cts. 

1,422,046 87 
1,481,537 42 
1,595,304 46 
1,823,102 03 
2,062,480 49 
2,154,233 52 
2,958,170 39 
4,005,295 37 
4,245,090 72 
4,303,165 50 
4,830,6°3 36 
5,742,529 32 
6,102,492 40 
7,107,287 07 
9,628,445 23 
12,295,000 16 

14.242.870 24 
15,971,984 20 
17,888,536 08 
20,014,441 79 
21,334,525 22 
20,682,025 61 
19,944,935 11 
19,021,811 55 
17,661,378 07 

17.231.145 98 
17,693,462 44 
17,778,144 18 
17,644,956 38 
17,866,388 90 

16.554.146 63 
15,630,181 21 
15,470,110 28 
15,642,266 60 
16,098,146 44 
16,117,778 79 
16,515,802 32 
16,738,743 62 
16,649,135 97 
16,174,133 57 
15,088,584 12 

15.016.871 02 
14,748,436 12 

14.677.872 48 
14,763,751 84 
14,655,563 73 
14,411,541 56 
13,976,316 85 
14,006,311 86 
13,520,008 64 



Temporary 
Loans. 



$ cts. 



18,985,907 97 
1,262,444 46 
1,241,000 00 
5,651,459 33 



1,946,666 66 
7,786,666 65 

i,46o,boo66 
2,433,333 33 



1,946,666 66 
4,866,666 66 

3,893,333 33 



4,866,666 66 
2,920,000 00 
2,920,000 00 
1,216,606 67 
9,299,999 99 
13,606,333 32 
17,033,333 33 



8,273,333 32 

81,073,684 21 

182,992,379 82 



42 



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Table V. 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
-Liabilities of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916 — Concluded. 



Years. 



1867 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 , 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896. 

1897. 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 (9 mos. 

1908 

1909. 

1910 

1911 

1912 , 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 



Trust Funds, 
6 per cent. 



$ cts. 

1,178,410 58 
1,178,410 58 
1,178,410 58 
1,178,410 58 
1,178,410 58 
1,178,410 58 
1,178,410 58 
1,178,410 58 
1,178,410 58 
1,178,410 58 
1,178,410 58 
1,178,410 58 
1,178,410 58 
1,178,410 58 
1,133,172 34 
1,103,476 81 
1,107,812 93 
1,032,431 71 
1,116,962 68 
1,117,803 92 
1,125,112 98 
1,125,112 98 
1,125,112 98 
1,112,779 55 
1,107,965 99 
1,105,220 59 
1,110,205 34 
1,105,220 59 
1,105,220 59 
1,105,220 59 
1,105,220 59 
1,097,657 70 
1,097,657 70 
1,097,657 70 
1,097,056 11 
1,097,056 11 
1,092.718 87 
1,091,828 72 
1,091,828 72 
1,090,738 33 
1,089,844 37 
1,0X9,844 37 
1,089,844 37 
1,089,844 37 
1,089,844 37 
1,089,844 37 
1,089,844 37 
1,088,051 71 
1,088,051 71 
1,089,844 37 



Trust Funds, 
5 per cent. 



$ cts. 

5,230,369 35 
5,276,388 66 

5.299.207 87 
5,336,088 93 
5,396,778 48 
5,476,838 25 
5,507,936 03 
5,574,436 13 
5,644,113 20 
5,703,527 47 
5,720,936 76 
5,681,920 82 
5,656,066 56 
5,715,042 54 
5,807,973 88 
5,892,558 62 
4,425,801 64 
4,473,061 44 
4,506,111 43 
4,474,052 05 
4,387,368 61 
4,497,393 01 
4,475,734 07 
5,459,748 17 
5 413,731 45 
5,414,414 02 
5,414,414 02 
5,402,077 56 
5,400,603 61 
5,397,734 95 
5,397,734 95 
5,397,175 04 
5,462,390 81 

5.455.208 43 
5,476,178 74 
5,485,685 65 
5,480,3^6 41 
5,489,934 11 
5,497,626 78 
5,503,665 51 
3,188,200 54 
3,221,650 96 
3,227,188 72 
3,644,061 91 
3,650,306 49 
3,243,513 90 
3,249,124 40 
3,252,064 66 
3,252,064 66 
3,258,265 86 



Trust Funds, 
4 per cent, 
3£ per cent 
after 1891, 

and 4 per cent 
after 1906. 



cts. 



1,467,156 28 
1,549,189 45 
1,418,767 04 
1,468,670 26 
1,568,354 26 
1,476,137 60 
1,599,538 46 
1,612,266 36 
1,696,295 44 
1,722,489 85 
1,771,949 83 
1,826,659 09 
1,882,396 02 
1,941,587 86 
1,983,574 49 



3,500,000 00 
5,500,000 00 
13,500,000 00 
2,322,159 88 
2,322,159 88 
412,314 2, 



412,314 25 



Trust Funds, 
3 per cent. 



cts. 



3,000 00 
2,416 85 
1,216 85 



871,692 90 
1,814,571 97 
1,871,408 50 
1,875,474 09 
1,870,339 66 
1,923,257 97 
3,952,134 53 
4,130,228 99 
4,357,189 90 
4,732,376 38 
5,010,432 97 
5,608,418 83 
6,023,676 29 
6,296,368 03 
6,762,777 22 
7,144,612 78 
7,473,783 63 
8,395,327 16 
8,688,556 28 
9,199,035 66 
9,981,799 51 
10,828,834 98 
11,491,786 20 
11,655,033 69 
11,454,108 02 



Unpaid 

Warrants, 

Prince 

Edward 

Island. 



$ cts. 



3,869 48 
1,157 81 
857 81 
630 70 
630 70 
630 70 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 
549 
549 59 
549 5P 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 
549 59 



59 
59 



Total Liabilities. 



$ 



cts. 



93,046,051 73 
96,896,666 20 
112,361,998 39 
115,993,706 76 
115,492,682 76 
122,400,179 36 
130,778,098 53 
141,163,551 33 
151,663,401 62 
161,204,687 86 
174,675,834 97 
174,957,268 96 
179,483,871 21 
194,634,440 68 
199,861,537 51 
205,365,251 97 
202,159,104 30 
242,482,416 21 
264,703,607 43 
273,164,341 11 
273,187,626 43 
284,513,841 89 
287,722,062 76 
286,112,295 10 
289,899,229 62 
295,333,274 10 
300,054,524 74 
308,348,023 96 
318,048,754 87 
325,717,536 73 
332,530,131 33 
338,375,984 23 
345,160,902 54 
346,206,979 92 
354,732,432 52 
366,358,476 59 
361,344,098 37 
364,962,512 17 
377,678,579 80 
392,209,680 39 
379,966,826 09 
408,207,158 25 
478,535,427 02 
470,663,045 99 
474,941,487 42 
508,338,591 77 
483,232,555 24 
544,391,368 86 
700,473,814 37 
936,987,802 42 



i PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 43 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Table VI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916. 



Year. 


Albert 
Eailway 
Coiupany 

Loan 
Account. 


Balance 

of Dominion 

3£ per cent 

Loan 
Account. 


Bank 

Deposits, 
1| per cent. 


Bank 

Deposits, 
2^ per cent. 


Bank 

Deposits, 

3 per cent. 


Bank 

Deposits, 

3£ per cent. 


Bank 

Deposits, 

4 per cent. 


1867 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


' $ cts. 


1868 












1869 












1870 














1871 
















1872 










950,000 00 


1873 














1874 . 
















1875 

1 176 









1,119,999 98 

4,153,255 49 

4,495,532 66 

1,256,526 66 

377,696 65 

1,045,000 00 

55,000 00 

3,105,000 00 

2,455,000 00 

205,000 00 

130,000 00 

130,000 00 

130,000 00 


1877 




1878 














1879 














1880. . : 












1,000,000 00 
2,100,000 00 
3,853,066 67 


1881 










390,000 00 
15,000 00 
15,000 00 


18S2 










1883 








1884 




4,087,093 28 








1885 -.. . 




1886 

1887 


11,436 81 
14,548 94 
14,725 56 
14,725 56 
14,725 56 
14,725 56 
14,725 56 
14,725 56 
14,725 56 
14,725 56 
14,725 56 
14,725 56 
14,725 56 
14,725 56 
14,725 56 
14,725 56 
14,725 56 
14,725 56 
14,725 56 
14,725 56 
14,725 56 
14,725 56 




4,900,666 6o 








1888 


3,756,442 21 






130,000 00 
30,000 00 
30,000 00 






1890 










1891 












1892 














1893 














1894 




1895 














1896 












1897 












1898 














1899 














1900 












1901 














1902 














1903 














1904 


^ 












1905 




1906 














1907(9 rr,os.)... 














1908 














1909 














1910 
















1911 












1912 














1913 








1914 
















1915 
















1916 































44 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Table VI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916 — Continued. 





Bank 

Deposit, 
Ah per cent 


Bank 

Deposit, 

5 per cent. 


Bank 
Deposits, 
Varying 

Rates. 


Bank 

Deposits, 

Special 

Circulation 

Account, 
5 per cent. 


Bank 
of Montreal 

Silver 
Debentures. 


Bonds 
for Savings 

Banks, 
5 per cent. 


Bonds for 
Intercolon'l 

Railway 
5 per cent. 


1868 


$ cts.-i 


$ cts. 


8 cts. 


8 cts. 


$ cts. 

572,443 47 
72,443 47 


8 cts. 


S Cts. 


1869. . 


9,000 00 
1,362,666 66 


234,000 00 


1870. 










157,106 66 


1871. 




• 










1872. 















1873 




2,864,666 69 

3,399.450 02 

3,580,838 90 

1,658,699 99 

317,500 00 

282,500 00 

385,000 00 

10,000 00 




1,000,000 00 
1,400,000 00 








1874. 








1875. 










1876. 




486,666 67 










1877 










1878 




1 










1879. . . 
1880. . . 
1881... 















1882. 


140,000 66 


350,000 00 
200,000 00 












1883. 




1884. 












1885. 


, 








1886. 
















1888. 
















1889. . 
















1890. 
















1891. 
















1892. . . 
















1893. . 
















1894. . 
















1895. 
















1896. 
















1897. 
















1898. 
















1899. 
















1900. . . 
















1901. 
















1902. 
















1903. 
















1904. 
















1905. . 
















1906. . . 
















1907 1 
9 m'sj 
1908. 






























1909 
















1910. 








1911. 
















1912. . 








1 








1913 
















1914.. . 










' 






1915 
















1916. . 































/'/ BLIC ACVOl SI S 



43 



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Table VI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916— Continued. 



Year. 


New 
Brunswick 

Bonds 
6 per cent. 


C.P.R. 

Land Grant 

Bonds 

Account 

5 per cent. 


C.P.R. 

Co. 
Accounts. 


Cash. 


City 
of St. John 

Bonds 
6 per cent. 


Canada 

Reduced 

Loan 

4 per cent. 


Coburg 

Bonds 

6 per cent. 


1867 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 

589,085 23 
1,425,786 00 
2,966,930 73 
2 275,101 50 
3,499,502 26 
3,935,945 95 
4,717,571 49 

4.431.347 40 
6,037,361 08 
4,825,529 33 
4,802,766 05 
5,184,327 57 
5,599,554 64 
7,339,770 44 
7,208,311 95 
7,596,853 56 

3.351.510 29 
5,228,982 85 
5,521,076 89 
7,758,485 68 
5,080,636 68 
5,211,965 76 
4,441,272 95 
2,884,540 59 
2,487,078 38 
2,822,968 48 
3,071,183 48 
2,790,663 60 

3.931.348 13 
2,624,214 56 
1,790,865 79 

1.813.511 91 
2,271,099 82 
1,052,259 69 

279,583 04 
1,456,396 01 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 

53,533 33 
53,533 33 
53,533 33 
53,533 33 


$ Cts. 

21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 
21,210 47 


1868 










1869. . 








1870. . . 










1871 


374,886 67 

469,633 35 

385,926 71 

200,506 72 

88,573 38 

38,933 39 

38,933 39 

2,433 39 

2,433 39 

2,433 39 

2,433 39 

2,433 39 

2,433 39 

2,433 39 

2,433 39 

2,433 39 

2,433 39 

2,433 39 






1872. . . 






21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 
21,560 00 


526,573 32 

264,746 66 

118,260 00 

118,260 00 

118,260 00 

118,260 00 

118,260 00 

118,260 00 

118,260 00 

118,260 00 

40,393 33 

" 39,906 66 

39,906 66 

39,906 66 

39,906 66 

39,906 66 

39,906 66 

39,906 66 

39,906 66 

39,906 66 


1873 




1,001,333 00 


1874. . 




1875 






1876 

1877 

1878 






1879 






1880 






1881 






1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 


29,000 00 
29,000 00 
29,000 00 
29,000 00 
29,000 00 
29,000 00 
29,000 00 
29,000 00 
29,000 00 
29,000 00 
29,000 00 
29,000 00 
29,000 00 
29,000 00 
29,000 00 
29,000 00 
27,000 00 
24,000 00 
11,000 00 


1,155,736 09 

1,254,488 09 

18,439,374 00 

28,035,812 00 


1887. . 




1888 
1889 




1890. . 




1891. . . 






1892 






1893 










1894 








1895 








1896 









1897. . 








1898 






1899 











1900. . . 








1901 






1902. . . . 








1903. . . 












1904. . . 














1905 
















1906 
















1907... \ 
(9 mos)/ 
1908. ... 






























1909 . . 
















1910 
















1911. ... 
















1912. 
















1913. . . 
















1914.': . 
















1915 
















1916. . 





























46 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Table VI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to March 31,1916 — Continued. 



91 


Cobourg 

Bonds, 

5 per cent. 


Exchequer 
Bills. 


Financial 

Agents. 


Fredericton 

and 

St. Mary's 

Railway 

Bridge Co. 


Grand 
Trunk 
Postal 
Bonds 
Variable. 


Grand 
Trunk 

Preference 
Stock 

Variable. 


Graving 

Dock 

Quebec 

5 per cent. 


Grand 
Trunk 
Pacific Rail- 
way Loan 
Account. 


1867. 
18(i8. 
1869. 
1870. 
1871. 
1872. 
1873. 
1874. 
1875. 
1876. 
1877 


$ cts. 

23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587- 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 
23,587 77 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 

22,403 59 
.10„569 18 

1,118,259 68 
12,204 42 
335,997 57 
839,103 91 
157,498 79 
255,400 85 
544,297 38 
885,914 87 

5,053,763 38 
305,837 05 
423,118 23 
822,003 84 

1,253,379 21 
880,643 35 
563,428 67 
288,254 19 
170,923 26 

1,989,952 34 
461,469 58 


$ Ct3. 


$ cts. 

121,666 66 
121,666 66 
121,666 66 
121,666 66 
121,666 66 
121,666 66 
121,666 66 
121,666 66 
121,666 66 
121,666 66 
121,666 66 


% cts. 

121,739 66 
121,739 66 
121,739 66 
121,739 66 
121,739 66 
121,739 66 
121,739 66 
121,739 66 
121,739 66 
121,739 66 
121,739 66 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
] 21,739 65 
121.739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 

121,739, 65 

121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,739 65 
121,7*39 65 


% cts. 


S cts. 


6,575,410 05 
2,224,353 70 


















* * 
























• ■ ■ 




















1878. 
1879. 
18S0 








50,000 00 
125,000 00 
300,000 00 
350,000 00 
425,000 00 
562,000 00 
672,000 00 
724,000 00 
744,000 00 










1881 








1882 






1883 


■:•• 







1884 






1885 










1886 






1887. 
1888 






274,947 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 




1889 












18**0 










1891 










1892 














1893 













l-<94 











189f 






1896 












1898 














1899 










1900 










Grand 
Trunk 
Pacific 

Railway 
investment 

Account. 




1901 







1902 










1903 












1904 












1905 










1906 










1907 


1 












(9rr..) 
1908 


/ 














1909 












11,133.473 32 
24.005.SiKi 59 
33.09:U33 23 




1910 












10,000,000 00 


1911 












10,000,000 oo 


1912 












10,000,000 00 


1913 












10,000.1)00 00 


1914 












18,500,000 00 


1915 












31.000.000 00 










33,093.333 23 31.000,000 00 



1 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



47 



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Table VI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916 — Continued. 



Year. 


Great 
Western Ry. 

Bonds 
(Variable to 

1869.) 
4 per cent. 


Hamilton 
Coupons. 


Improve- 
ment of the 
St. Lawrence 
4 per cent 
(5 per cent 
prior to 
1884). 


India 

Bonds, 

5 per cent. 


Inter- 
colonial Ry. 
Construc- 
tion 
Account 
3 A per cent. 


Issue 

Accounts and 

Specie 

Reserve. 


Mennonite 

Loan 

Account 

6 per cent. 


1867 


$ cts. 

2,810,500 00 
2,810,500 00 
2,768,234 70 
2,076,176 03 
1,384,117 36 
692,058 69 


$ cts. 

2,218 89 
19,345 85 
L6.781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35' 
16,781 35 
16,781 35 
16,781 35| 
16,781 35 
16 781 35 
16,781 35 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 

681,333 34 
681,333 34 
681,333 34 
681,333 34 


$ cts. 


S cts. 

757,140 00 

938,440 00 

1,899,000 00 

2,883,436 67 

1,974,492 75 

2,458,546 24 

2,526,358 45 

3,307,964 51 

2,789,108 42 

3,034,849 26 

2,706,966 61 

2,519,845 93 

2,860,211 44 

2,755,257 52 

3,018,683 39 

3,719,389 28 

2,597,655 07 

2,415,189 11 

2,478,307 85 

3,939,194 10 

2,77/,814 59 

3,897,636 31 

3,261,115 59 

3,285,515 34 

3,887,027 96 

5,061,577 26 

6,449,348 36 

8,292,405 61 

7,761,084 48 

8,758,252 83 

10,723,649 87 

10,813,739 97 

13,061,775 13 

12,476,044 02 

14.578,117 55 

18,901,639 55 

25,930,594 08 

29,434,525 43 

35,328,736 82 

35,014,067 11 

37,619,596 81 

41,689,751 31 

61,835,649 65 

70,094,532 61 

74.472,977 17 

99.156,415 58 

98 725,822 47 

101,352,555 47 

121,286,781 19 


$ cts. 


1868.. 




2,000,000 00 
4,883,089 49 
5,055,492 89 
3,584,778 18 




1869 






1870 . 




1871 
1872 . . 






1873 . 








1874.. 






275,000 00 

544,000 00 

736,000 00 

858,000 00 

988,000 00 

1,166,000 00 

1,306,"000 00 

1,306,000 00 

1,500,000 00 

1,780,000 00 

1,890,000 00 

2,190,000 00 

2,339,504 10 

2,530,504 10 








1875 










1876 











1877.. 






1878 . 










1879 . 








1880. 










1881 










1882 . 








1883 








1884 








74,704 27 


1885 








65,343 09 


1886.. 






46,327 61 


1887 








34,315 64 


1888 


... 




18,205 25 


1889 






1890 . 






1891 . 






1892 . 










1893 . 








*"• 




1894.. 













1895 

1896 







••• • 


1897 












1898 












1899... 










1900.. 












1901 












1902 








• 


1903 










1904 














1905 












1906 . 








1908 












■ • •• 


1909 














1910 














1911 














1912 














1913 














1914 




1915 



















48 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Table VJ. — Assets. of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916 — Continued. 



Year. 



1867. . 
1868. . 
1869. . 
18/0. . 
1871. . 
T872. . 
1878. . 
1874. . 
1875. . 
1876. . 
1877. . 
1878. . 
1879. . 
1880.. 
1881. . 
1882. . 
1883. . 
1884. . 
1885. . 
1886. . 
1887. . 
1888. . 
1889. . 
1890. . 
1891. . 
1892. . 
1893. . 
1894 . 
1895. 
1896. . 
1897. . 
1898. . 
1899. . 
1900. . 
1901. . 
1902. . 
1903. . 
1904. . 
1905. . 
1906. . 
1907 
(9 m's) 
1908. 
1909. 
1910. 
1911. 
1912. 
1913. 
1914. 
1915. 
1916. 



Miscellaneous 
Consolidated 

Fund 

Investments, 

Variable. 



$ cts. 

98,350 25 
98,350 25 
98,350 25 
98,350 25 
98,350 25 
98,350 22 
58,350 25 
58,350 25 
58,350 25 
58,350 25 
58,350 25 
57,286 35 
56,633 33 
56,108 83 

55.639 33 
51,719 15 

. 51,523 05 
51,523 05 
51,523 05 
51,523 05 
51,523 05 

45.640 80 
37,650 80 
37,650 80 
37,350 80 
37,350 80 
37,150 80 
37,150 80 

261,474 79 

36,640 80 

35,540 80 

35,540 80 

35,540 80 

35,540 80 

31,848 80 

34,650 00 

83,316 67 

4,556,282 53 

2,345,664 27 

1,434,716 02 

1,097,032 88 

6,739,063 74 
6,968,094 26 
57,900 00 
52,900 00 
52,900 00 
52,900 00 
52,900 00 
52,900 00 
70,900 00 



Miscellan- 
eous. 



$ cts. 



117,465 

332,487 

331,180 

242,727 

613,018 

531,530 

877,458 

913,290 

907,806 

1,035,818 

2,216,000 

2,242,109 

1,771,133 

1,972,782 

1,823,557 

1,703,694 

1,976,680 

2,067,642 

2,204,147 

3,047,911 

2,062,377 

1,753,643 

2,034,153 

2, 1 95 % 040 

3,042,946 

2,132,940 

1,978,300 

2,543,844 

2,508,600 

2,754,448 

3,087,205 

3,933,286 

3,152,117 

3,870,670 

5,306,220 

5,070,813 

7,73K,746 

11,967,872 

12,353,076 

25,586,280 



61 
38 

13 
II 
96 

(Hi 

77 
-11 
60 
lti 
12 
43 
92 

55 

37 
1)1 
co 
95 
24 
77 
79 
8'6 
lie, 
25 
75 
31 
14 
85 
12 
06 
29 
4?, 
35 
54 
28 
01 
21 
4!i 
49 
02 



15,436,307 38 



19,323,486 
29,812,533 
21,004,073 
19,431,352 
24,061,249 
10,285,887 
24,780,982 
46,788,425 
86,818,510 



Montreal 
Harbonr 
Bonds 5 
per cent. 
'Sh per cent 
after 1895. 



$ cts. 

211,266 68 

211,266 68 

211,266 68 

211,266 68 

260,000 00 

260,000 00 

260,000 00 

260,000 00 

260,000 00 

385,000 00 

385,000 00 

385,000 00 

385,000 00 

385,000 00 

385,000 00 

385,000 00 

385,000 00 

385,000 00 

385,000 00 

385,000 00 

385,000 00 

385,000 00 

385,000 00 

385,000 00 

385,000 00 

385,000 00 

385,000 00 

385 000 00 

385,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

1,190,000 00 

1,300,000 00 

1,300,000 00 

1,700,000 00 

2,000,000 00 

2,000,000 00 

2,000,000 00 

2,000,000 00 

2,000,000 00 

2,000,000 00 

2,000,000 00 

2,000,000 00 
2,000,000 00 
2,000,000 00 
3,265,000 00 
6,315,000 00 
8,515,000 00 
11,465,000 00 
13,335,000 00 
15,315,000 00 



Montreal 

Harbour 

Bonds 

3 per cent. 



cts. 



550,000 00 
1,450,000 00 
2,350,000 00 
3,450,000 00 
4,435,000 00 

5,300,000 00 

7,225,000 00 
8,255,000 On 
9,170,000 00 
9,195,000 00 
9,195,000 60 
9,195,000 00 
9,195,000 00 
9,250,000 00 
9,250,000 00 



Montreal, 
Turnpike 

Bonds 
6 per cent. 

3h per 

cent after 

1895. 



$ cts. 

67,200 00 
67,200 00 
67,200 00 
67,200 00 
67,200 00 
67,200 00 
67,200 00 
67,200 00 
67,200 00 
67,200 00 
67,200 00 
67,200- 00 
67.-200 00 
67,200 00 
67,200 00 
67,200 00 
67,200 00 
67,200 00 
67,200 00 
67,200 00 
67,200 00 
67,200 00 



New 
Bruns- 
wick, 
Bonds, 6 
per cent. 



200,000 00 
195,000 00 
195,000 00 
195,000 00 
195,000 00 
195,000 00 
195,000 00 
195,000 00 
195,000 00 
195,000 00 
195,000 00 

195,000 00 

195,000 00 
195,000 00 
195,000 00 
195,000 00 
195,000 00 
195,000 00 
195,000 00 
195,000 00 
195,000 00 



-S cts. 

83,706 66 
83,706 66 
83,706 66 
83,706 66 
97,333 33 
97,333 33 
97,333 33 
97,333 33 
81,273 33 
81,273 33 
81,273 33 
81,273 33 
81,273 33 
81,273 33 
81,273 33 
81,273 33 
81,273 33 
81,273 33 
81,273 33 
74,946 66 
43,799 99 
42,339 99 
17,033 39 



New 
Bruns- 
wick, 
Debt 
Account, 
5 per cent. 



S cts. 



New 
Bruns- 
wick, 

Sus- 
pense 
Account 
5 p. cent. 



$ cts. 



319,822 77 
575,298 29 
671,936 45 
680,603 57 



17,214 44 
22,233 76 
33,449 87 
40,038 87 
40,038 87 



5,732 74 

3,199 04 

1,893 65 

1,782 17 

1,578 84 

1,578 84 

1,019 07 

805 75 

639 69 

474 06 

463 39 

463 39 

463 39 

463 39 

463 39 

463 39 

463 39 

463 39 

463 39 

240 15 

240 15 

240 15 

240 15 

240 15 

240 15 

240 15 

240 15 

240 15 



I'l HLJC ACCOl \TS 



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Table VI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916 — Continued. 



Year. 


Northern 

Railway 

Bonds, 

6 per cent. 

$ cts. 

243,333 33 
243,333 33 
243,333 33 
243,333 33 
243,333 33 
243,333 33 

243,333 33 
243,333 33 
243,333 33 
243,333 33 
243,333 33 
243,333 33 
243,333 33 
243,333 33 
243,333 33 
243,333 33 
243,333 33 
243,333 33 
243,333 33 
243,333 33 


Northern 

Railway 

Bonds, 

5 per cent. 


North 

Shore 

Railway 

Bonds, 

Account, 

5 per cent. 

$ cts. 


Nova Scotia 

Bonds, 
6 per cent. 

$ cts. 


Nova Scotia 
Suspense 
Account. 


Province 

of Canada, 

Debt 

Account, 
5 per cent. 


18G7 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


§ Ct9. 

10,045,533 63 
10,782,660 07 


1868 










L869 








125,054 61 
156,349 81 
141,894 39 
73,238 88 
62,207 37 
54,347 98 
48,753 47 
47,250 32 
45,953 92 
45,134 57 
44,036 89 
43,064 53 
42,759 41 
42,517 19 
42,279 52 
42,157 92 
42,084 97 
42,005 20 
41,801 78 
41,713 22 
40,863 87 
40,839 53 
40,720 78 
40,680 88 
40,666 28 
40,630 27 
40,615 68 
40,570 90 
40,533 93 
40,525 18 
40,525 18 
40,525 18 
40,515 46 
40,502 81 
40,502 81 
40,502 81 
40,502 81 
40,502 81 
40,502 81 
40,502 81 
40,417 16 
40,417 16 
40,417 16 
40,320 81 
40,315 94 
40,315 94 
40,315 94 
40,315 94 


10,489,769 30 


1870 








10,504,355 49 


1871 






111,446 06 

111,440 66 

111,446 66 

111,440 66 

48,666 66 

48,666 66 

48,666 66 

48,666 66 

48,666 66 

48,666 66 

48,666 66 

48,666 66 

48,666 66 

48,600 66 

48,666 66 


10,504,466 16 


1872 






10,506,088 84 

904 28 

4,625 94 


1873 

1874 






1875 






5,781 94 


1876 






9,185 93 


1877 






14,409 17 


1878 


' 73,000 66 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 
73,000 00 




21,419 61 


1879 


34,831 09 


1880 


37,225 09 


1881 

1882 




41,064 08 
44,937 49 


1883 




80,547 63 


1884 

1885 




82,394 42 
82,394 42 


1886 


970,000 00 
970,000 00 
970,000 00 
970,000 00 
970,000 00 
970,000 00 


83,285 39 


1887... 

1888 


85,595 70 
102,872 49 


1889 




61,776 68 


1890 






65,588 61 


1891 




65,588 61 


1892 






66,127 46 


1893 






66,127 46 


1894 






66,127 46 


1895 








71,773 33 


1896 








71,839 21 


1897 






71,839 21 


1898. . 








72,116 31 


1899 








72,116 31 


1900 , 








111,833 47 


1901 








111.833 47 


1902.. 

1903 


Quebec 
Bridge and 






111,833 47 


1904 










1905 


Loan 
Account. 










1906 










1907 (9mos.) 




• 


1908 


2,000,000 00 




1909 










1910 












1911 












1912 












1913... 












1914. • . . 






1915.. . 












1916.. . . 

















2^-4 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Table VI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916— Continued. 



Year. 



1867 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 ' 

1884 

1835 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894.. 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 (9 months) 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 



Provincial 
Accounts, 
5 per cent, 



cts. 



Quebec 
Harbour 
5 per cent. 
4 per cent 
after 1882, 
3^ per cent 
after 1913. 



cts. 



Receiver 
General 

Inscribed 
Stock, 

4 per cent. 



cts. 



.Silver 
Deposit 
Account 



cts, 



Silver 

Coinage 

Account. 



cts. 



940,699 44 

3,842,165 67 

5,957,580 08 

7,802,501 04 

9,638,386 81 

11,472,624 70 

11,463,881 48 

11,465,583 45 

11,916,793 27 

12,306,133 68 

12,207,533 42 

12,933,296 65 

13,432,094 61 

13,196,377 80 

12.885.328 57 
12,982,961 93 

7,374,053 66 

7,377,780 93 

7,383,000 53 

7,390,540 95 

7,400,100 89 

7,870,452 53 

9,305,668 86 

9,803,974 91 

10,305,368 90 

10,814,072 03 

10,810,858 24 

10,810,858 24 

10,473,748 57 

10,493,439 15 

10.490.329 34 
10,559,141 97 
10,566,125 11 
10,566,125 11 
10,566,125 11 

4,103,715 61 
4,104,501 26 
4,008,293 09 
3,993,202 68 
3,993,202 68 
3,993,202 68 
2,256,011 96 
2,256,011 96 
2,256,011 96 
2,256,011 96 
2,256,011 96 
2,256,011 96 
2,256,011 96 
2.256,011 96 



724,140 
724,140 
724,140 
724,140 
799,140 
949,140 
1,149,140 
1,351,140 
1,405,000 
1,471,540 
1,672,069 
1,955,000 
2,389,493 
2,822,289 
2,845,000 
3,365,717 
3,614,117 
3,664,717 
3,664,717 
3,748,519 
3,748,519 
3,748,519 
3 748,519 
3,748,519 
3,748,519 
3,748,519 
3,748,519 
3,748,519 
3,748,519 
3,748,519 
3,748,519 
3,748,519 
3,859,398 
3,979,645 
4,137,956 
4,089,493 
4,156,550 
4,156,550 
4,156,550 
4,156,550 
6,768,550 
8,763,550 
9,304.550 



10,138 88 
10,138 88 
10,138 88 
10.138 88 
10,138 88 
10,138 88 
10,138 88 
10,138 88 
10,138 88 
10,138 88 
10,138 88 
10,138 88 
10,138 88 
10,138 88 
10,138 88 
10,138 88 
10,138 88 
10,138 88 
10,138 88 
10,138 88 
10,138 88 
10,138 88 



1,277,818 49 



657,826 25 

329,175 70 

627,090 30 

262,382 85 

733,338 74 

799,310 03 

24 7, 715 00 

119,124 43 

116.279 43 

125,427 43 

78,139 43 

84,220 17 

162 60 

9,783 20 

12,074 00 

73 50 

3,166 90 

9,152 70 

12,532 30 

2,468 80 

4,833 00 

7,426 00 

8,925 40 

11,420 10 

309 70 

2,757 70 

4,786 20 

6,044 20 

8,150 20 

509 70 

1,904 70 

2,578 70 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



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Table VI. — Assets of Canada from July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916 — Continued. 





Sinkim; Funds. 


Year. 


Consolidated Canadian Loan. 


Canada Reduced Loan. 




5 per cent. 


4 per cent. 


4 per cent. 


3^ per cent. 


3 per cent. 


2\ per cent. 


1867 


$ cts. 

1,207,222 26 
1,562,488 92 
1,952,795 58 
2,001,462 24 
2,349,641 82 
2,625,581 82 
2,909,795 15 
3,196,928 48 
3,496,715 14 
3,655,855 14 
3,655,855 14 
3,655,855 14 
3,655,855 14 
3,655,855 14 
3,911,841 80 
4,098,329 87 
4,536,816 54 
4,796,209 87 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


1868 












1869 












1870 












1871 




































1874 












1875 












1876 


187,366 66 

582, <*.).•! 33 
986,959 99 
1,410,025 75 
1,833,218 29 
1,980,678 29 
2,212,402 09 
2,229,435 42 
2,451,842 09 




• 






1877 








1878 










18711 




1880 










1881 










1882 










1884 










1885 


7,297,205 29 
7,554,167 17 
7; 851, 505 94 
8,069,899 85 
8,069,899 85 
8,118,566 52 
8,221,739 85 
8,271,785 40 
8,271,785 40 
8,324,248 47 
8,649,408 42 
8,705,375 09 
9,013,960 29 
9,077,22ii 95 
9,077,226 95 
9,229,336 42 
9,750,729 23 
10,056,896 14 
10,433,435 28 
10,506,532 43 
9,021,109 36 
9,415,112 93 
9,623,445 08 
10.507,062 54 
10,548,661 52 


494,015 64 

747,034 83 

941,005 76 

1,230,999 45 

1,230,999 45 

1,279,666 11 

1,314,204 40 

1,314,204 40 

1,314,204 40 

1,314,204 40 

1,314,204 40 

1,348,271 07 

1,358,004 40 

1,358,004 40 

1,358,004 40 

1,530,510 49 

1,562,249 19 

1,622,726 46 

1,829,515 79 

2,451,059 86 

621,544 08 

621,544 08 

699,195 60 

721,095 60 

1,015,414 07 






1886 


Canada 
Reduced Loan, 






1887 








1888 




222,666 29 
784,870 27 
1,261,575 25 
1,711,525 25 
2,284,455 27 
2,929,527 08 
3,528,781 23 
3,813,641 80 
4,346,951 69 
4,672,541 03 
4,675,257 32 
4,933,966 82 
5,161,262 91 
5,347,748 65 
5,687,319 88 
5,899,023 79 
6,094,946 26 

10.031.919 18 
10,372,793 96 

10.565.920 73 
10,590,254 06 
10,590,254 06 




1889 


3f per cent 
after 1908. 






1890 






1891 




1892 








1893 








1894 








1895 








1896 


17,520 00 
17,520 00 
17,520 00 
17,520 00 
17,520 00 
36,986 67 
47,693 34 
65,700 01 




1897 






1898 


688,299 06 
1,203,499 43 
1,400,918 66 
1,400,918 66 
1,476,351 99 
1,476,351 99 
1,476,351 99 
1,722,121 38 
1,906,041 19 
1,906,041 19 
1,917,775 54 
1,917,775 54 


1899 


1900 




1901 


1902 




1903 




1904 

1905 


1906 






1907 (9 mos.).. 






1908 






1909 


634, 7S3 87 


v 


1910 




1911 














1912 














1913.: 














1914 




























1916.....' 















-H 



52 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Table VI. 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
-Assets of Canada from July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916 — Continued. 





Sinking Funds— Continued. 


Year. 


Intercolonial Railway Loan. 




6 per cent. 


5 per cent. 


4 per cent. 


3£ per cent. 


3 per cent. 


2| per cent. 


1867 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


S Ct8. 


§ cts. 


1868 

1869.. 




* 36,500 00 
114,366 67 
163,520 00 
163,520 00 
163,520 00 
222,406 67 
222,406 67 
252,093 33 
252,093 33 
252,093 33 
252,093 33 
252,093 33 
252,093 33 
321,200 00 
467,200 00 
503,700 00 
242,360 00 
242,360 00 
242,360 00 
242,360 00 
242,360 00 
242,360 00 
242,360 00 
242,360 02 
242,360 02 
242,360 02 

. 242,360 02 
242,360 02 
242,360 02 
242,360 02 
242,360 02 
242,360 02 
242,360 02 
242,360 02 
242,360 02 








1870.. 












1871.. 


24,333 33 

92,953 33 

161,086 65 

265,719 98 

401,013 32 

401,013 32 

401,013 32 

390,306 66 

319,253 33 

296,866 67 

224,840 00 

189,800 00 

162,546 67 

100,740 01 

100,740 01 

32,606 68 

32,120 01 

26,766 69 

17.033 35 

7,300 02 










1872.... 










1873.. . 










1874 

1875.. 










1876. 


210,726 67 
415.613 34 
659,433 35 
971,873 35 
1,226,886 68 
1,527,160 01 
1,717,933 34 
1,838,140 00 
2,114,566 66 
2,493,193 32 
2,760,373 32 
2,987,159 98 
3,126,346 64 
3,277,213 31 
3,440,733 30 
3,672,873 29 
3,678,713 29 
3,678,713 29 
3,678,713 29 
3,743,458 08 
3,743,458 08 
3,743,458 08 
3,743,458 08 
3,743,458 08 
3,743,458 08 
3,743,458 08 
3,743,458 08 
3,743,458 08 
2,127,225 13 
2,132,229 91 
2,241,517 95 
2,370,252 54 








1877.. 








1878.. 






1879.. 








1880... . 








1881.. 






1882... 








1883.. 








1884.. 








1885 

1886.. 


159,626 67 
237,493 34 
286,160 01 
432,160 01 
432,160 01 
432,160 01 
444,214 29 
444,214 29 
444,214 29 
513,987 08 
513,987 08 
513,987 08 
513,987 08 
513,987 08 
513,987 08 
513,987 08 
513,987 08 
513,987 08 
513,987 08 






1887. 






1888.. 


76,943 13 

230,636 79 

383,635 78 

485,787 11 

841,685 89 

1,212,712 OS 

1,515,943 83 

1,815,154 04 

2,188,282 06 

2,569,970 83 

2,817,682 26 

2,961,729 77 

3,107,864 33 

3,443,899 45 

3,775,149 97 

4,134,273 37 

2,920,000 00 

3,170,489 55 

3,229,638 36 

3,229,638 36 




1890..' 




1891 




1892 




1893 






1894 






1895 






1896 






1897 






1898 




156,991 99 


1899 




451,352 85 


1900 




757,936 50 


1901.. 




874,481 61 


1902 ... 




1,003,867 71 


1903 




1,113,502 28 


1904.... 






1905 .. 






433 09 
433 09 




1906 




98,831 17 


1907 (9 mos.) 






98,831 78 


1908 . . 








1909.. . 














1910.. . 














1911.. 














1912.. . 














1913.. 














T914 












* 


1916 





























/'/ BLIO ACCOUNT* 



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Table VI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916 — Continued. 





Sinking Funds— Continued. 


Year. 


Rupert's Land Loan. 




6 per cent. 


5 per cent. 


4 per cent. 


3^ per cent. 


3 per cent. 


2\ per cent. 


4 

1867 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


1868 














1869 . 














1870 














1871 














1872 


34,553 33 
50,126 65 
66,673 32 
75,433 32 
75,433 32 
75,433 32 
70,566 65 
69,106 65 
69,106 65 
57,913 32 
47,693 32 
25,793 32 












1873 












1874 












1875 




10,706 66 
32,119 99 
53,533 32 
84,193 32 
110,473 32 
134,806 65 
170,333 32 
197,586 67 
229,220 00 
269,613 32 
315,35!) 97 
336,286 63 
357,699 96 
379,113 29 
394,199 95 
410,746 62 
431,186 62 
435,068 86 
435,068 86 
435,068 86 
435,068 86 
435,068 86 
435,068 86 
435,068 86 
435,068 86 
435,068 86 
442,190 82 
442,190 82 
449,347 43 








1876 










1877 










1878 






1879 .. 










1880 








1881 


' 6,813 32 
21,413 32 
32,606 65 








1882 








1883 








1884 








1885 




15,086 67 
22,386 67 
29,700 07 
37,000 07 
37,000 07 
37,000 07 
37,000 07 
37,000 07 
37,000 07 
37,000 07 
37,000 07 
37,000 07 
37,000 07 
37,000 07 
37,000 07 
37,000 07 
37,000 07 
37,000 07 
37,000 07 






1886 




• 






1887 








1888 










1S89 






15,400 47 

30,628 64 

46,037 49 

79,117 23 

117,488 17 

156,960 36 

195,669 69 

234,183 35 

274,036 24 

306,891 43 

313,964 81 

321,210 22 

350,803 49 

382,186 30 

422,510 00 




1890 








1891 






1892 








1893 








1894 








1895 








1896 








1897 








1898 






8,066 30 


1899* 






46,908 58 


1900 






86,975 2f 


1901 

1902 






96,76? 47 
113,545 61 


1903 






113,545 61 


1904 








1905.. 














1906 








1907 (9 months).. 














1908 














1909.. . 














1910.. . 














1911.: 














1912 














1913... 














1914.. 














1915.. . 














1916.. 





























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7 GEORGE V. A. 1917 
Table VI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916 — Continued. 



Year. 



1867 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 . 

1881 • 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890.: 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 . 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 (9 mew. 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 



Sinking Funds — Oontinued. 



British Columbia. 



6 per cent. 



$ cts. 



5 per cent. 



$ cts. 



4 per cent. 



34 per cent. 



$ cts. 



3 per cent. 



S cts. 



8 cts. 



356,726 67 

227,273 34 

273,993 34 

320,713 34 

370,353 34 

411,720 00 

404,420 00 

306,113 33 

272,046 67 

246,740 00 

149,406 67 

85,653 34 

34,066 68 

34,066 68 

34,066 68 

34,066 68 

34,066 68 

973 35 

973 35 

973 35 

973 35 

973 35 



177,146 67 

86,626 67 

86,626 67 

86,626 67 

86,626 67- 

93,440 01 

126,533 34 

126,533 34 

123,613 34 

123,613 34 

123,613 34 

37,473 34 

37,473 34 

20,440 00 

20,440 00 

20,440 00 

20,440 00 

18,006 67 

17,520 00 

17,520 00 

17,520 00 

17,520 00 



' 4,866 67 
38,933 34 
212,186 68 
314,873 34 
404,906 68 
557,233 34 
191,746 G7 
259,880 00 
283,986 12 
291,084 09 
291,084 09 
296,282 91 
305,990 00 
305,990 00 
305,990 00 
305,990 00 
305,990 00 



7,804 74 
10,441 72 
30,535 01 
40,478 96 
47,078 45 
49,145 38 
49,460 48 
62,145 55 
71,277 64 



13 774 36 
29,331 91 
33,110 98 
41,655 20 



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Table VI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916 — Continued. 



- 


Sinking Funds— Continued. 


Year. 


Dominion Loan, 1874. 




5 per cent. 


4 per cent. 


3J per cent. 


3 per cent. 


2i per cent. 


1867 ... . 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


1808.. . 












1869 . 












1870... 












1871.... 












1872 












1873 . 




54,506 66 

165,466 66 

278,860 00 

337,746 67 

460,139 16 

584,725 83 

705,905 83 

767,914 22 

767,914 22 

767,914 22 

1,181,094 22 

1,261,270 91 

1,383,423 96 

1,547,298 47 

1,547,298 47 

1,547,298 47 

1,558,005 14 

1,558,005 14 

1,558,005 14 

1,558,005 14 

1,651,742 51 

1,751,668 15 

1,946,124 76 

1,979,168 62 

], 979, 168 39 

2,104,771 39 

2,254,874 04 

2,354,354 82 

2,614,388 56 








1874 








1875.. 






1876 










1877. 








1878 


54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
115,826 67 
251,120 00 
393,713 33 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
54,020 00 
57,913 33 








1879 








1880 








1881 








1882. 








1883 








1884.. 








1885 


82,413 14 
161,064 23 
196,590 89 
196,590 89 
196,590 89 
196,590 89 
199,813 78 
199,813 78 
199,813 78 
199,813 78 
199,813 78 
199,813 78 
199,813 78 
199,813 78 
199,813 78 
203,176 05 
203,176 05 
203.176 05 
203,176 05 






1886 






1887. 






1888..- .... 






1889.. 


177,233 28 

382,762 98 

560,862 47 

762,119 33 

968,495 42 

1,180,488 98 

1,285,423 06 

1,383,804 53 

1,395,669 97 

1,398,058 04 

1,413,511 51 

1,477,503 39 

1,575,738 37 

1,661,774 79 

1,662,815 73 




1890 




1891 

1892 




1893 




J894 




1895 




1896 




1897 




1898 


206,268 39 


1899.. . 


444,455 11 


1900 


494,227 22 


1901 

1902 

1903.. 

1904.. 


494,227 22 
572.580 55 
572,580 55 


























1907 (9 mos I 
























1909 
























1911 




























































1916 

























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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Table VI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916 — Continued. 





Sinking Funds — Continued. 


Year. 


Dominion Loan, 1875. 




5 per cent. 


4 per cent. 


3£ per cent. 


3 per cent. 


2\ per cent. 


1867 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


S cts 


1868 












1869 












1870 












1871 












1872 












1873 












1874 












1875 












1876 












1877 












1878 


12,653 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 
19,953 33 
52,073 33 
73,973 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 
12.653 33 
12,653 33 

• 12,653 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 

■ 12,653 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 
12,653 33 


54,506 66 
84,009 13 
113,507 33 
142,707 33 
164,894 95 
164,894 94 
177,061 61 
255,901 61 
274,769 41 
312,447 80 
351,651 61 
351,651 61 
351,651 61 
354,571 61 
354,571 61 
354,571 61 
354,571 61 
376,766 80 








1879 








1880 


'.'. ".'." .... 






1881 • 




1882 








1883.. 






■ 


1884 








1885 


19,826 60 
38,621 85 
38,621 85 
38,621 85 
38,621 85 
38,621 85 
38,718 66 
38,718 66 
38,718 66 
38,718 66 
38.718 66 






1886 






1887 

1888 






1889 


42,399 38 
91,150 98 
134,082 04 
182,214 96 
231,547 40 
282,260 91 
307,346 54 
340,865 19 
346,341 13 
346,907 02 
374,557 27 
408,896 88 
426,234 40 
446,239 65 
464,751 52 
464,751 52 
287,174 80 




1890. 




1891 




1892 




1893 '. 




1894 

1895 




1896 


391,506 65 38.718 66 




1897 

1898 >> 

1899 


435,114 14 
438,519 02 
438,519 02 
443,385 68 
484,700 48 
525,082 00 


38,718 66 
38,718 66 
38,718 66 
39,370 19 
39,370 19 
39,370 19 
39,995 09 
39,995 09 


54,080 01 
84,160 34 


1900 


103,092 20 


1901 

1902 


103,092 20 
103,092 20 


1903 

1904 


12,653 33 


569,120 48 
649,672 61 


103,092 20 
103,092 20 


1905 




939,613 01 


101,497 50 


1906 








1907 ^9 mos.). . 













1908 












1909 










1910 . 






!'"* 




1911 










1912 












1913 . 












1914 . 












1915 












1916 





















/'/ MAC ACCOI \Ts 



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Table VI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916 — Continued. 





Sinking Funds— Continued. 


Year. 


Dominion Guaranteed Loan, 1875-78. 




5 per cent, 

3f |>er cent 

after 1908. 


4 per cent. 


3A per cent. 


3 per cent. 


2i per cent. 


1867 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


• $ cts. 


$ cts. 












1869 .. 












1870.. 












1871 




.... 








1872 

1873 










1874.. 




1875.. 












1876 




54,020 00 
163,033 32 
208,780 00 

336.286 67 
506,133 33 
672,573 34 
820,519 99 
854,586 67 
897,413 34 

1,264,360 00 

1,405,006 67 

1,546,626 65 

1,695,546 65 

1,771,466 65 

1,856,146 66 

1,970,513 32 

1,995,831 08 

1,995,831 08 

1,995,831 08 

1,995,831 08 

1,995,831 08 

1,995,831 08 

1.995,831 08 

1,995,831 08 

1,995,831 08 

2,069,483 20 

2,069,483 20 

2,144,757 21 

198,666 15 

274,448 79 

375,293 94 

570,155 89 

865,561 05 

581.287 69 
581,287 69 








1877 










1878.. 










1879 










1880 










1881 










1882 


19,953 33 
165,953 33 
311,953 33 








1883 








1884 








1885 


156,706 67 
237,006 66 
315,019 52 
392,886 19 
392,886 19 
392,886 19 
392,886 19 
441,552 86 
441,552 86 
441,552 86 
441,552 86 
441,552 86 
441,552 86 
441,552 86 
441,552 86 
441,552 86 
441,552 86 
441,552 86 
441,552 86 
139,735 84 
139,735 84 
139,735 84 
139,735 84 
166,931 56 
253,531 54 
498,874 25 






1886 








1887.. 








1888 








1889 




164,274 40 
326,714 64 
491,077 85 
693,976 64 
986,873 10 
1,288,281 04 
1,583,797 19 
1,877,404 50 
2,181,194 75 
2,409,564 17 
2,485,457 46 
2,510,088 81 
2,737.369 82 
2,995,939 89 
3,280,579 61 
4,854,096 14 
5,157,376 74 
5,358,483 50 
5,438,717 23 
5,438,717 23 
5,438,717 23 
5,438,717 23 
5,308,365 00 
5,575,230 81 
5,858,448 69 




1890 






1891 






1892 






1893 . 






1894 






1895 






1896 






1897 






1898 




86,040 27 


1899 




358,111 58 


1900 




698,768 06 


1901 




747,060 46 


1902 




853,785 93 


1903 




853,785 93 


1904 




2,080,833 99 


1905 




2,080,833 99 


1906 

1907 (9 mos. *• 


2,175,093 11 
2,175,093 11 


1908 




2,271,622 51 


1909 


325,309 13 
325,309 13 


2,628,540 61 


1910 

1911-.. ... . 


2,860,060 17 


1912 








1913 










1914 










1915 


■ 










1916 























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Table VI. 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
■Assets of Canada, from Julyl, 1867, to March 31, 1916 — Continued. 





Sinking Funds— Continued. 


Year. 


Dominion loan 
of 1940-60. 


Dominion Loan of 1876. 




— 


5 per cent. 


4 per cent. 


3£ per cent. 


3 per cent. 


2\ per cent 


1867 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


S cts. 


1868 














1869 














1870 














1871 















1872 




























1874 














1875 














1876 














1877 














1878 




30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
65,356 79 
141,276 79 
201,136 79 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,600 00 
30,660 00 
36,660 00 
30,^60 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 
30,660 00 


32,606 67 

101,108 99 

170,591 89 

238,725 22 

273,641 60 

273,641 60 

293,594 93 

505,438 39 

550,089 92 

638,483 85 

730,448 17 

730,448 17 

730,448 17 

736,288 17 

736,288 17 

736,288 17 

736,288 17 

812,270 40 

845,387 38 

909,336 66 

928,669 94 

928,669 94 

998,287 57 

1,071,294 46 

1,203,782 48 

1,308,220 91 

1,502,351 49 

2,594,283 14 

2,771,832 73 








1879 








1880 




s 






1881 ... 










1882 










1883 










1884 '.. 










1885 


45,855 47 
89,945 09 
89,945 09 
89,945 09 
89,945 09 
89,945 09 
91,873 87 
91,873 87 
91,873 87 
91,873 87 
91,873 87 
91,873 87 
91,873 87 
91,873 87 
91,873 87 
93,419 81 
93,419 81 
93,419 81 
93,419 81 
93,419 81 






1886 








1887 








1888 








1889 




99,461 82 
214,356 67 
314,350 06 
427,274 99 

542.968 72 
661,926 41 
694,400 Sa 
773,264 52 

826.969 61 
828,298 33 
893,069 99 
938,411 36 

1,002,360 98 
1,011,566 16 
1,055,721 30 
1,055,721 30 
227,205 72 
227,205 72 




1890 






1891 






1892 






1894 

1895 







1896 






1897 






1898 




114,573 24 


1899 




185,094 20 


1900. 

1901 





202,356 92 
204,174 64 


1902 




204,174 64 


1903 




204,174 64 


1904 




204,174 64 


1905 




204,174 64 


■■906 






204,174 64 


1907 (9 mos) . . 










1908 














1909 













1910 














1911 














1912 














1913.. 














1914 


84,844 61 

541,914 23 

1,068,111 21 1 












1915 












1916 













PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



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Table VI.— Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916— Continued. 





# Sinking Funds— Continued. 


Year. 


Dominion Loan 1878-79. 


Dominion Loan 
of 1930-50. 




5 per cent. 


4 per cent. 


3i per cent. 


3 per cent. 


2£ per cent. 


— 


1867 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


1868 














1869 














1870 














1871 














1872 














1873 














1874 














1875 














1876 














1877 














1878 














1879 




19,173 12 

95,714 11 

207,160 77 

292,432 20 

324,065 54 

397,552 20 

641,858 87 

713,412 64 

858,023 34 

1,008,477 37 

1,008,477 37 

1,008,477 37 

1,017,237 37 

1,017,237 37 

1,017,237 37 

1.017.237 37 
1,130,751 66 
1,187,718 37 
1,306,204 07 
1,321,827 11 
1,321,827 11 
1,412,657 44 
1,573,155 23 
1,739,824 29 
1,956,755 71 
2,222,540 15 

3.932.238 98 
3,951,974 05 
4,091,259 89 
4,161,552 62 










1880 






1881 












1882 


28,226 67 
120,693 33 
177,146 67 










1883 


/ 








1884 










1885 


74,825 47 
146,956 40 
146,956 40 
146,956 40 
146,956 40 
146,956 40 
149,642 33 
149,642 33 
149,642 33 
149,642 33 
149,642 33 
149,642 33 
149.642 33 
149,642 33 
149,642 33 
152,160 34 
152,160 34 
152,160 34 
152,160 34 
152,160 34 








1886 










1887 










1888 




162,717 70 

348,495 80 

513,437 05 

698,101 20 

887,400 48 

1,082,012 19 

1,146,809 71 

1,272,283 24 

1,343,574 62 

1,344,633 99 

1,409,449 40 

1,476,746 55 

1,519,952 31 

1,585,057 88 

1,609,391 22 

1,609,391 22 

366,309 15 

631,921 43 

648,661 59 

648,661 59 






1889 








1890 








1891 








1892 








1893 








1894 








1895 








1896 








1897 








1898 




198,897 60 
360,962 51 
421,104 08 
443,619 69 
443,619 69 
443,619 69 
443,619 69 
404,686 34 
419,004 15 
41!), 004 15 
577,001 55 




18 1 »9 






1900 






1901 






1902 ... 






1903 




1904 

1905 






1906 .. 








1907 (9 mos.) 




111,933 33 




1908 






1909...... 






1910.. 












178,760 65 


1911 












697,023 48 


1912... . 












1,290,201 29 


1913.,... 












2,057,803 61 


1914 












2,894,877 94 


1915. 












3,733,178 00 














4,619,028 21 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Table VI. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916 — Continued. 





Sinking Funds — Concluded. • 


Sinking 

Fund, 
Inscription, 

Special 

Account, 

4 per cent. 


Special 

Circulation 

Account 


Year. 


Dominion Loan of 1884. 




4 per cent. 


3^ per cent. 


3 per cent. 


1\ per cent. 


3| per cent. 




1867 .' 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


% cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


S cts. 


1868 . 
















1869. 
















1870. 
















1871. 
















1872. 
















1873 














533,226 66 


1874 

1875 












1,094,999 99 


247,553 87 


1876 












1877 








• 








1878 
















1879. 
















1880. 
















1881 


, 














1882. . 
















1883. 
















1884. 
















1885 . 




65,854 33 

197,405 74 

197,405 74 

197,405 74 

197,405 74 

197,405 74 

198,924 08 

198,924 08 

198,924 08 

198,924 08 

198,924 08 

198,924 08 

244,287 98 

244,287 98 

244.287 98 

325; 949 11 

466,062 56 

492,193 54 

614,252 64 

845,512 73 

3,169,900 86 

3,169,900 86 

3,174,982 67 

3,179,362 67 

3,310,488 30 

3,532,112 04 

3,874,523 83 

4,355,217 07 

4,809,425 57 

5,153,382 88 

5,2114,124 71 

5,337,291 68 












1886. 














1887 . . 


129.860 67 
264,968 66 
264,968 66 
264,968 66 

268.861 99 
268,861 99 
268,861 99 
268,861 99 
345,503 54 
396,711 6; 
454,652 4c 
493,585 78 
493,585 78 
493,585 78 
505,521 89 
583,218 84 
634,809 07 
638,795 36 
180,336 47 
280,577 29 
398,261 93 
650,558 05 
425,398 17 
355,602 48 
305,024 04 
120,693 34 












1888. . 












1889. 


146,339 74 

303,549 02 

456,931 06 

622,789 30 

792,559 94 

965,885 24 

1,050,633 30 

1,167,613 96 

1,234,046 38 

1,234,091 64 

1,283,104 87 

1,387,127 29 

1,436,038 69 

1,525,247 03 

1,564,993 48 

1,564,993 48 

121,573 26 

268,115 28 

274,738 06 

274,738 06 

274,738 06 

274,738 06 

274,738 06 

274,738 06 

274,738 06 

274,738 06 

274,738 06 

274,738 06 










1890 










1891. 










1892 










1893. 










1894. 




« 






1895 . . 








1896. 










1897. . 










1898 . . 


156,107 23 
309,836 44 
319,069 56 
319,069 56 
331,236 23 
331,236 23 
331,236 23 
151,691 68 
157,183 65 
157,183 65 
167,381 10 
345.486 87 
511,991 61 
511,991 61 
511,991 61 
511,991 61 
511,991 61 
511,991 61 
511,991 61 








1899 . . 






1900 




1901 . . 




1902. . 








1903. . 


Dominion 

Loan of 

1884, 

4i per cent . 




1904. . 




1905 . . 






1906 . . 




1907 (9 mos).. 
1908. . 




225,459 88 
225,159 88 
225,159 88 
225,159 88 
225,159 88 
225,159 88 
225,159 88 
234,893 21 






1909 






1910 







1911 . . 






1912. .. 






1913. 






1914 








1915 


199,480 02 
235,020 31 


10,220 00 
282,753 33 




1916 









I'l HI. ll'- ACVOl XTti 



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Table VJ. — Assets of Canada, from July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916 — Concluded. 



Year. 


Sterling- 
Debentures. 


St. John 

Bridge and 

Railway 

Extension Co. 

4 per cent. 


Three Rivers 

Harlic mi- 
Debentures 
4 per cent. 


Toronto 

Roads, 

6 per cent. 


York Roads 
ii per cent. 


Total 

Assets. 


1867 


$ Cts. 


$ cts. 


$ Cts. 


$ Cts. 

18,883 00 

17,183 00 

12,803 00 

7,263 00 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
17,317,410 36 


1868. . . . 








21,139,531 46 


1869 


14,600 00 
14,600 00 








36,502,679 19 


1870. . . . 






37,783,964 31 


1871 








37,786,165 11 


1872. . . . 










31,500 00 

28,000 00 

21,000 00 

21,000 00 

21,000 00 

14,000 00 

7,000 00 

7,000 00 

7,000 00 

7,000 00 

7,000 00 

7,000 00 

7,000 00 


40,213,107 32 


1873 










30,929,636 89 






« 






32,838,586 91 


1875 

1876 










35,655,023 60 
36,053,173 98 


1877. . . 










41,440,525 94 


1878 

.1879 






34,595,199 05 
36,493,683 85 


1880 










42,182,852 07 


1881.. . 










44,465,757 11 


1882 

1883 










51,703,601 19 
43,692,389 84 


1884. . . . 




143,600 00 
278,800 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,9 r '0 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 
433,900 00 






60,320,565 95 


1885. . 








68,295,915 29 


1886. . . 




81,557 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 
81,760 97 

81,760 97 






'50,005,234 02 


1887 








45,872,850 99 


1888. . . 








49,982,483 73 


1889. . 








50,192,021 11 


1890 






48,579,083 33 


1891. . . 








52,090,199 11 


1892. . 






54,201,839 66 


1893. . . 






58,373,485 13 


1894 

1895 




62,lf4,994 48 
64,973,827 78 


1896. . . . 




• 


67,220,103 96 


1897. . 




70,991,534 87 


1898. . 








74,419,585 32 


1899. . 








78,880,363 90 


1900. . 








80,713,173 03 


1901 








86,252,428 83 


1902. . . 




94,529,386 97 


1903. . 








99,737,109 50 


1904. . . 








104,094,793 57 


1905 








111,454,413 20 


1906 








125,226,702 64 


1907 (9 mos) ... 








116,294,966 13 


1908 




130,246,298 41 


1909 

1910 




154,605,147 85 
134,394,499 66 


1911. . 








134,899,435 39 










168,419,131 06 


1913. . ■ 








168,930,929 56 


1914 








208,394,518 72 


1915 








251,097,731 16 


1916 




321,831,631 40 













62 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Table VII. — Comparative Statement of Receipts from Consolidated Fund, from 

July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916. 



Year. 



1867-68.. 

1868-69.. 

1869-70.. 

1870 71.. 

1871-72.. 

1872-73.. 

1873-74.. 

1874-75.. 

1875-76.. 

1876 77.. 

1877-78.. 

1878-79.. 

1879-80.. 

1880-81.. 

1881-82.. 

1882-83.. 

1883-84.. 

1884-85.. 

1885-86.. 

1886-87.. 

1887-88.. 

1888-89.. 

1889-90.. 

1890 91.. 

1891-92. . 

1892-93. . 

1893-94.. 

1894-95.. 

1895-96. . 

1896-97.. 

1897-98. 

18:)8-99.. 

1899-1900 

1900-0] . . 

1901-02.. 

1902-03... 

1903-04.. 

1904-05... 

1905-06. 

1906-07.. 

(9 mos). . 

1907-09.. 

1908-10.. 

1900-11 . . 

1911-12.. 

1912-13.. 

1913-14.. 

1914-15.. 

1915-16.. 



Receipts from Taxes. 



Customs. 



$ cts. 

8,578,380 09 
8,272,879 78 
9,334,212 98 
11,841,104 56 
12,787,982 02 
12,954,164 05 
14,325,192 64 
15,351,011 56 
12,823,837 94 
12,546,987 99 
12,782,824 35 
12,900,659 29 
14,071,343 13 
18,406,092 13 
21,581,570 05 
23,009,582 48 
20,023,890 14 
18,935,428 10 
19,362,308 26 
22,373,951 28 
22,091,681 82 
23,699,413 33 
23,913,545' 60 

23.305.218 27 
20,361,382 36 
20,910,662 47 
19,119,030 20 
17,585,741 00 
19,766,741 48 
19,3S6,277 69 
21,622,788 75 
25,150,744 68 
28,219,458 14 
28,293,930 25 
31,916.393 97 
36,738,032 90 
40,401,590 74 
41,437,568 60 
46,053,376 89 
39,717,078 53 
57,200,276 25 
47,038,444 10 
59,707,680 98 
71,838,088 46 
85,051,872 18 

111,764,698 73 
104,691,238 43 

75.941.219 72 
98,649,409 48 



Chinese 
Revenue. 



cts. 



11.243 00 
4,849 50 

14.244 50 
27,370 50 
55,408 00 
94,082 50 

139,677 00 

43,341 00 

79,084 00 

54,725 00 

66,538 00 

91,969 50 

82.104 00 

166,097 00 

154,689 50 

131,354 00 

275,584 50 

263,694 00 

241,020 00 

-3,920 00 

11,221 00 

43,094 00 

343,535 00 

326,881 00 

388,453 00 

1,127,306 00 

1,534,270 25 

1,790,214 34 

1,334,791 98 

294,490 17 

-31,713 75 



Excise. 



$ cts. 

3,002,588 16 
2,710,028 42 
3,619,622 47 
4,295,944 72 
4,735,651 65 
4,460,681 81 

5.594.903 84 
5,069,687 21 
5,563,487 12 
4,941,897 91 
4,858,671 63 
5,390,763 17 
4,232,427 16 
5,343,022 09 
5,884,859 95 
6,260,116 33 
5,459,309 05 
6,449,101 22 

5.852.904 95 
6,308,201 15 
6,071,486 86 
6,886,738 (is 
7,618,118 13 
6,914,850 38 
7,945,097 95 
8,367,363 95 
8,381,088 89 
7,805,732 71 
7,926,005 94 
9,170,378 92 
7,871,562 89 
9,641,227 53 
9,868,075 35 

10,318,266 03 
11,197,133 40 
12,013,779 00 
12,958,708 10 
12,586,474 80 
14,010,220 30 
11,805,413 21 
15,782,151 68 
14,937,768 02 
15,253,352 65 
16,869,837 36 
19,261,661 97 
21,417,444 94 
21,452,036 88 
21,479,730 79 
22,42S,491 58 



Total, 



Bill Stamps. . : Receipts from 
Taxes. 



119, 
129, 
134, 
183, 
191, 
201, 
209, 
244, 
227, 
209, 
200, 
185, 
175, 
193, 
82, 



§ cts. 

712 83 
664 81 
047 22 
319 42 
918 37 
708 92 

088 69 
180 19 

089 96 
038 92 
442 21 
190 89 
806 15 
024 73 
616 45 



$ cts. 

11,700,681 08 
11,112,573 01 
13,087,882 07 
10,320,368 70 
17,715,552 04 
17,616,554 78 
20,129,185 17 
20,664,878 96 
18,614,415 02 
17,697,924 82 
17,841,938 19 
18,476,613 35 
18,479,576 44 
23,942,138 95 
27,549,046 45 
29,269,698 81 
25,483,199 19 
25,384,529 32 
25,226,456 21 
28,687,001 93 
28,177,413 18 
30,613,522 51 
31,587,071 73 
30,314,151 15 
28,446,157 31 
29,321,367 42 
27,579,203 09 
25,446,198 71 
27,759,285 42 
28,648,626 11 
29,576,455 64 
34.958,069 21 
38,242,222 99 
38,743,550 28 
43,389,111 87 
49.015,505 90 
53,661,318 84 
54,020,123 40 
60,074,818 19 
51,565,585 74 
73,325,962 93 
02,^53,093 12 
75,409,486 63 
89,835,231 82 
] 05,847,804 40 
135,002,358 01 
127,478,067 29 
97,715,440 68 
121,046.187 31 



Bank Imports. 



S cts. 

11,689 44 
18,193 09 
15,443 17 
39,588 96 
7,068 56 
3,819 12 
3.946 73 
3,806 90 
2,207 07 
2,487 60 
3,114 91 
2,853 
3,086 
4,057 
5,179 
4,566 65 
1.923 35 



03 
74 
74 
13 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



63 



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Table VII.— Comparative Statement of Receipts from Consolidated Fund, etc- 

Continued. 



Year. 



1867-68 

1868-6!) 

1869-70 

1870-71 •. 

1871-72 

1872-73 

1873-74 

1874-75 

1875-76 

1876-77 

1877-78 i 

1878-79 

1879-80 

1880-81 

1881-82 

1882-83 

1883-84 

1884-85 

1885-86 

1886-87 ..' 

1887-88 

1888-89 

1889-90 



1890-91 

1891-92 

1892-93 

1893-94 

1894-95 

1895-96 

1896 97 

1897-98 

1898-99 

1899-1900 

1900-01 

1901-02 

1902-03 

1903-04 

1904-05 

1905 06 

1906-07 (9 mos. 

1907-08 

1908-09 

1909-10 

1910-11 

1911-12 

1912-13 

1913-14 

1914-15 

1915-16 



Casual. 



$ cts. 

6,936 84 

6,683 09 

~ 6,272 80 

5,663 84 

5,691 24 

30,758 58 

75,823 50 

28,613 96 

84,092 45 

20,554 59 

69,201 37 

17,569 42 

46,497 88 

154,041 64 

119,222 18 

127,419 94 

86,941 81 

55,786 22 

97,642 47 

129,294 20 

171,086 65 

114,456 83 

152,930 01 

99,328 79 

219,194 38 

139,456 34 

201,941 47 

89,145 34 

210,557 66 

119,210 05 

243,940 61 

214,443 98 

469,568 36 

562,923 15 

360,151 37 

840,758 82 

818,742 80 

387,749 15 

876,871 12 

845,146 20 

715,473 71 

629,832 62 

1,223,450 93 

1,898,520 68 

1,574 596 06 

1,645,397 86 

1,505,132 51 

1,602,619 27 

1,328,124 09 



Cullers' Fees. 



$ cts. 

69,797 01 
58,376 76 
69,475 10 
61,197 08 
76,665 79 
81,038 35 
92,771 93 
78,960 22 
57,125 57 
74,216 34 
53,521 38 
24,715 45 
27,092 63 
36,176 56 
45,753 34 
40,162 93 
37,062 71 

31.732 37 
27,141 05 
23,202 89 
16,827 42 
20,861 89 
18,223 69 

16.733 14 
14,357 37 
10,944 72 
12,066 24 

7,106 57 

11,405 02 

10,428 12 

16,767 07 

11,626 63 

8,154 74 

8,270 78 

11,199 :5 

7,273 06 

9,449 25 

8,218 62 

4,335 43 

2,329 91 

4,850 20 

4,783 88 

3,637 96 

2,684 64 

3,480 24 

4,039 04 

1,799 40 

3,114 54 

1,737 07 



Dominion 
Lands. 



$ cte. 



26,239 45 

29,980 80 

27,641 15 

8,545 94 

3,799 86 

19,424 86 

23,828 09 

120,479 43 

131,124 02 



191,781 78 

217,083 07 

237,820 61 

220,141 00 

264,592 28 

322,796 38 

285,596 07 

210,096 50 

167,869 58 

166,256 49 

172,513 65 

975,792 37 

1.532.590 58 
1,388,023 78 
1,517,319 52 
1,227,976 75 

1.695.591 63 
1,443,022 67 
1,292,301 14 
1,668,162 35 
1,443,632 03 
1,883,619 88 
2,153,254 61 
2,885,999 67 
3,108,735 50 
3,775,856 97 
3,402,026 63 
3.036,030 32 
2,859,714 59 
2,299,550 47 



Dominion 
Steamers. 



$ cts. 



24,732 72 

12,449 20 
2,975 12 

12,439 84 
5,509 31 
2,285 83 
1,612 09 
5,282 40 
7,050 33 

16,744 60 
7,327 06 
8,598 90 

20,007 68 
5,617 34 
8,701 37 
9,103 51 

16,367 05 

10,721 82 

16.011 02 
7,255 22 

15,006 47 
14,638 96 
9,534 74 
11,414 02 
9,982 19 
8,859 53 
12,579 75 
13,467 76 
19,527 28 
11,307 65 
16,086 35 
21,402 31 
20,244 79 
24,606 86 
22,277 36 
38,210 89 

28.012 15 
27,260 71 
24,744 28 
36,034 70 
38,017 49 
28,710 88 
35,579 38 
35,070 88 



Electric 
Light 

Inspection. 



$ cts. 



8,066 25 
6,805 25 
9,408 25 
11,378 25 
14,366 75 
15,363 02 
21,428 75 
23,869 75 
23,257 75 
27,999 50 
35,099 75 
25,930 80 
42,316 45 
44,139 25 
46,515 50 
59,808 00 
66,510 10 
75,307 30 
80,441 45 
82,440 20 
70,451 75 



64 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Table VII. — Comparative Statement of Receipts from Consolidated Fund, etc. — Con. 



Year , 



Fines, 

Forfeitures 

and 

Seizures. 



$ cts. 



1867-68 30, 

1868-69 20, 

1869-70 41, 

1870-71 47, 

1871-72 48, 

1872-73 17, 

1873-74 14, 

1874-75 20. 

1875-76 16. 

1876-77 .... 16, 

1877-78 26, 

1878-79 ! 32, 

1879-80 1 50, 

38, 
17, 
27, 
41 
51, 
99. 
19, 
12. 
18, 
68 
2, 
9, 
82, 
12, 
22, 
2, 

21 

32, 
38, 
25, 
23, 
49, 
59, 
40, 
52, 
89, 
54, 
58, 

*1, 

93, 

58, 

132, 

166, 

322, 

49, 

81, 



1880-81. 

1881-82 

1882-83 

1883-84...... 

1884-85 

1885-86 ....... 

1886-87 

1887-88 

1888-89 

1889-90 

1890-91 

1891-92 

1892-93 

1893-94 •. 

1894^95 

1895-96 .... 

1896-97 

1897-98 

1898 99 

1899-1900.... 

1900-01 

1901-02 

1902-03 

1903-04 

1904-05.,.. .. 

190506 

1907 (9 mos.). 

1907-08 

1908-09 

1909-10 

1910-11 

1911-12 

1912-13 

1913-14 

1914-15 

1915-16 



305 
649 
680 
877 
333 
850 
296 
422 
836 
778 
664 
148 
778 
216 
677 
185 
276 
847 
227 
736 
291 
576 
277 
429 
586 
535 
339 
469 
992 
037 
987 
414 
981 
063 
825 
848 
919 
918 
011 
907 
665 
988 
498 
487 
388 
413 
497 
636 
691 



49 
58 
69 
28 
1 17 
45 
04 
11 
39 
85 
12 
si 
04 
58 
13 
56 
15 
75 
38 
64 
73 
19 
92 
66 
53 
42 
64 
39 
58 
07 
41 
21 
61 
34 
71 
09 
03 
85 
S4 
74 
68 
65 
13 
97 
88 
82 
17 
12 
33 



Fisheries. 



Interest 



19,556 97 
13,583 97 
16,622 43 
12,408 97 
10,458 00 
10,338 24 
14,012 83 
14,764 20 
13,571 12 
13,364 85 
14,113 11 
17,738 34 
19,423 16 
24,596 94 
23,687 45 
21,337 16 
20,006 50 
26,627 86 
26,088 50 
25,947 53 
44,998 12 
56,426 26 
69,643 33 
70,794 42 
62,785 89 
111,540 32 
79,601 59 
94,970 04 
88,822 66 
106,469 55 
113,103 50 
85,502 85 
88,396 59 
88,145 11 
79,169 58 
78,635 82 
95,756 53 
90,988 14 
98,009 69 
57,144 25 
90,686 48 
82,696 26 
85,070 56 
100,861 58 
96,230 01 
106,462 69 
110,994 63 
101.635 77 
106,288 26 



Gas 

Inspection 
and Law T . . 
Stamps. Investments. 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



3,270 83 

3,776 21 

3,172 36 

3,394 75 

2,529 99 

'3,772 26 

3,797 62 

7,167 42 

8,078 93 

9.004 94 

8,164 22 

9,409 04 

12,247 10 

12,232 60 

10,543 65 

13,176 55 

18,164 78 

20,749 23 

23.550 85 
23,447 05 
21,559 28 
21,615 40 
22,893 90 
25,836 50 
27,289 75 
28,29/ 05 
45,289 90 
43,961 31 
49,142 02 
52,805 05 
39,228 10 
54,153 80 
55,841 06 
63,604 65 
69,957 74 
58,141 10 
70,648 45 
72,120 65 
66,629 55 

57.551 95 



S cts. 

174,073 46 

824,424 46 

383,955 91 

554, 3S3 72 

488,041 54 

396,403 94 

610,863 00 

840.886 65 

798.905 95 

717,684 31 

791,757 60 

592,500 04 

834,792 67 

751,513 49 

914,009 27 

1,001,192 96 

986,698 37 

1,997,035 50 

2,299,078 91 

990,886 69 

932,025 35 

1,305,392 25 

1,082,271 36 

1,077,228 14 

1,086,419 93 

1,150,166 51 

1,217,808 97 

1,336,046 94 

1,370,000 56 

1,443,003 84 

1,513,454 58 

1,590,447 91 

1,683,050 51 

1,784,833 79 

1,892,224 09 

2,020,953 04 

2,236,255 93 

2,105,031 41 

2,140,312 06 

1,235,746 06 

1,925,569 07 

2,256,643 13 

2,807,464 94 

1.668,773 16 

1. 281, 31 7 41 

1,430,511 28 

1,964,541 33 

2,980,246 87 

3,358,210 13 



Inspection 

. uf 

Staples. 



CIS. 



2,773 05 

102,880 87 

58,127 14 

63,163 36 

101,445 46 

70,939 40 

127,741 43 

140.668 9S 

154,130 16 

178,476 57 

230,173 87 

330,430 49 

510,1S4 01 

517,034 63 

913,616 46 



* A deduction. 



ITRLIC ACCOUNTS 



65 



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Table VII. — Comparative Statement of Receipts from Consolidated Fund, etc. — Con. 



1867-OS. 
1868-09. 
1869-70. 

1870-71 . 

1871-72. 

1872-73. , 

1873-74.. 

1874-75. 

1875 70.. 

1870-77.. 

1877-78.. 

1878-79. 

1879-80.. 

1880-81 . . 

1881-82.. 

1882-83 . . 

1883-84.. 

1884-85 . 

1885-SO.. 

1886-S7.. 

1887-88.. 

1888-89.. 

18S9-90. . 

1890-91.. 

1891-92.. 

1892-93. 

1893-94.. 

1894-95.. 

1885-90.. 

1890-97. 



Year. 



1897-98 

1898-99 

1899-1900 

1900-01 

1901-02 

1902-03 

1903-04 

1904-05 

1905 06 

1900-07 (6 hios. 

19C7-08 

1908-09 

1909-10 

1910-11 

1911-12 

1912-13 

1913-14 

1914-15 

1915-10. 



Insurance 

Super- 
intendence. 



$ cts. 



Imperial 
Contri- 
bution to 
Sable 
Island, etc. 



$ cts. 
29,537 32 



7,422 35 

235 11 

0,134 38 

8,005 91 

9,047 90 

9,315 44 

9,301 27 

9,855 13 

9,714 93 

10,197 80 

8,285 54 

9,702 14 

7,758 98 

7,706 70 

7,693 81 

7,913 44 

8,120 27 

8,977 79 

9,793 70 

9,985 78 

10,183 81 

10,574 95 

10,055 06 

10,901 85 

11,355 71 

12,844 18 

13,485 33 

14,628 23 

15,728 97 

16,669 10 

18,169 21 

20,123 96 

25,423 60 

25,939 05 

29,435 22 

33,482 17 

37,498 95 

41,252 52 

45,561 77 

52,951 27 



4,263 99 

2,909 94 

2,634 66 

695 00 

4,575 34 

2,810 60 

905 00 

105,023 84 

2,911 67 

915 00 

978 00 

990 00 

6,795 00 

4,815 33 

2,771 66 

2,774 66 

2,770 60 

2,737 06 

2,851 06 

2 793 66 

2,800 66 

2,873 66 

2,781 

2,727 

2,715 

554 

772 00 

(163 00 

610 00 

613 00 

741 00 

787 00 

751 (uj 

676 00 

643 00 



66 
66 
66 
00 



Militia. 



$ cts. 

26,155 70 
12,095 04 
16,535 75 
7,393 58 
38,966 54 
18,495 78 
42,756 85 
12,137 13 
24,344 73 
12,627 14 
12,796 43 
16,031 14 
20,555 69 
19,346 32 
18,579 93 
16,081 50 
22,211 73 
18,943 63 
24,331 51 
23,428 66 
20,719 52 
22,712 55 
43,209 15 
43,358 27 
40,372 65 
42,584 81 
42,527 09 
39,445 03 
42,716 80 
40,362 59 
36,916 34 
72,964 39 
47,755 16 
47,693 75 
41,686 78 
41,791 54 
43,217 40 
46,166 72 
55,262 29 
40,986 85 
63,018 03 
55,810 48 
60,930 58 
75,913 44 
94,114 91 
88,144 84 
73,457 53 
96,878 43 
227,441 80 



Militia 
Pensions. 



$ cts. 



Mounted 

Police 
Pensions. 



5,964 76 
6,243 97 
8,296 55 
11,307 66 
14,220 41 
13,236 51 
19,596 26 
21,196 40 
21,742 40 
23,347 21 
25,209 05 
28,392 72 
30,713 66 
27,281 68 
23,512 99 



$ cts. 



3,827 85 
2,648 86 
2,808 12 
3,312 78 
2,441 80 
3,424 75 
3,307 78 
3,315 96 
3,674 34 
3,606 39 
3,961 21 
4,827 28 
5,262 71 
5,330 36 



2^-5 



66 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Table VII. — Comparative Statement of Receipts from Consolidated, etc. — Con. 



Year. 



1867-68 

1868-69 

1869-70 

1870-71 

1871-72 

1872-73 

1873 74 

1874-75 

1875-76 

1876-77 

1877-78 

1878-79 

1879-80 

1880-81 

1881-82 

1882-83 .. 

1883-84 

1884-85 

1885-86. .".. . 

1886 87 

1887-88 

1888-89 

1889-90 

1890-91 

1891-92 

1892-93 

1893-94 

1894-95 

1895-96 

1896-97 

1897-98 

1898 99 

1899-1900 

1900-01 

1901-02 

1902-03 

1903-04 

1904-05 

1905-06 

1906-07 (9 mos) 

1907-08 

1908-09 

1909-10 

1910-11 

1911-12 

1912-13 

1913-14 

1914-15 

1915-16 :.. 



Mis- 
cellaneous 
Receipts. 



$ cts. 



3,377 05 


8,681 80 


18,421 31 


53,012 57 


80,681 06 


56,909 02 


64,674 25 


54,459 44 


38,011 51 


51,169 02 


22,877 07 


15,325 77 


32,079 06 


15,003 62 


9,177 89 


9,411 76 


9.672 55 


9,021 70 


9,573 47 


10,954 62 


10,329 78 


10,834 13 


7,347 89 


9,210 28 


8,969 21 


10,027 89 


11,641 59 


11,148 24 


22.411 75 


12,896 52 


12,812 52 


8,931 35 


8,085 48 


11,888 92 


11,340 25 


13,075 23 


10,708 32 


17,591 82 


20,431 29 


10,705 73 


13,618 48 


14,033 31 


20,614 58 


24,527 98 


30,235 56 


41,254 89 


33,860 21 


128,116 82 


3,661,027 28 



Ordnance 
Land. 



Passenger 
Duties (Im- 
migration. ) 



I 



$ cts. 

42,332 99 
45,248 50 
49,915 40 
95,216 35 
54,043 00 
54,308 43 
214,384 30 
45,016 93 
51,350 80 
87,689 28 
44,219 37 
40,849 56 
30,091 37 
50,747 33 
42,989 13 
19,402 79 
14,138 60 
24,540 11 

26.483 56 
21,676 87 
36,239 08 
42,072 67 
29,921 61 
54,229 99 
42,360 80 
33,776 90 
22,318 20 
22,645 97 
17,550 28 

9,831 27 

22,537 17 

12,349 65 

11,003 53 

14,594 47 

16,967 36 

35,706 50 

12,344 34 

10,308 66 

10,840 67 

6,662 90 

8,652 95 

5,712 66 

9 894 48 

5,910 24 

11.484 53 
60,599 SO 

5,797 98 
4,409 64 
5,977 02 



$ cts. 

31,064 04 
40,398 00 
39,855 24 
36,750 65 
15,361 50 
7,383 00 



5,092 70 



Patent 
Fees. 



S cts. 

8,948 13 
13,241 04 
13,822 26 
14,073 34 
13,076 31 
28,333 73 
29,915 17 

34.672 17 

35.673 31 
33,583 27 
35,111 33 
30,051 81 
38,440 76 
46,333 12 
58,769 93 
64,561 61 

73.039 78 
65,172 31 
70,246 02 
76,394 30 
72,194 93 

77.040 64 
89,163 61 
90,087 25 
83,972 06 
87,182 02 
83,104 01 
94,603 17 
98,864 n-l 

110,009 10 
112,084 39 
115,322 35 
121,430 97 
130,894 33 
140,959 95 
152,372 22 
162,715 07 
165,756 34 
187,792 23 
144,279 36 
203,011 58 
204,871 65 
223,233 43 
231,866 44 
243,443 67 
257,833 47 
2.V_>,724 39 
219,011 49 
230,191 95 



Peniten- 
tiaries. 



S cts. 

64,040 98 

75,935 16 

93,550 89 

124,817 85 

108,132 05 

98,087 94 

95,066 90 

97,072 90 

95,408 80 

98,752 70 

35,784 06 

53,115 10 

31,504 12 

30,344 16 

24,224 63 

22,156 64 

17.848 72 

13.468 69 

17,882 15 

19,863 17 

9,645 00 

10,607 29 

14,567 87 

13,069 43 

9,156 35 

10,321 01 

11,162 18 

24,623 84 

42,493 24 

83,807 57 

76,588 OS 

45,582 96 

6S,S30 80 

30,211 11 

73,601 29 

39,636 40 

72,862 60 

55,880 27 

75,260 74 

S2,60) 10 

71,933 29 

47,643 41 

43.835) 60 

50,497 55 

58.775 91 

64,529 18 

54.313 98 

44.546 67 

43,164 82 



/•/ HI AC ACCOUNTS 



67 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 
Table VII. — Comparative Statement of Receipts from Consolidated Fund, etc. — Con. 



Year. 



1867-68 

1868-69 

1809-70 

1870-71 

1871-72 

1872-73 

1873-74 

1874 75 

1775-76.... 

1876-77 

1877-78 

1878-79 

1879-80 

1880-81 

1881-82 

1882-83 

1883-84 

1884-85 

18S5-86 

1880-87 

1887-88 

1888-89 

1889-90 

1890-91 

1891-92 

1892-93 

1893-94 

1S94-95 

1895-96 

1896-97 

1897-98 

1898-99 

1899-1900 

1900-01 

3 901-02. 

1902 03 

1903-04 

1904-05 

1905 06. . . . 
1906-07 (9 months. 

1907-08 

1908-09 

1909-10 

1910-11 

1911-12 

1912 13 

l'.)13-14 

19U 13 

1915-16 



Post Office, 

including Ocean 

Postage and 
Money Orders. 



525,691 

535,315 

573,565 

612,630 

692,374 

833,657 

1,139,973 

1,155,332 

1,102,540 

1,114,945 

1,207,790 

1,172,418 

1,252,498 

1,352,109 

1,587,888 

1,800,391 

1,755,674 

1,!?41,372 

1,901,690 

2,020,623 

2,379,241 

2,220,503 

2,357,388 

2,515,823 

2,652,745 

2,773,507 

2,809,341 

2,792,789 

2,964,014 

3,202,938 

3,527,809 

3,193,777 

3,205,535 

3,441,504 

3,918,415 

4,397,832 

4,652,324 

5,125.372 

5,933,342 

5,061,728 

7,107,886 

7,401,623 

7,958,547 

9,146,9.)2 

10,492,394 

12,051,728 

12,954,529 

13,016,664 

18,858,690 



cts. 

80 
14 
84 
67 
98 
21 
15 
09 
32 
78 
15 
14 
22 
114 
15 
37 
49 
22 
25 
51 
57 
66 
95 
44 
79 
71 
06 
64 
23 
42 
69 
53 
16 
93 
55 
51 
74 
67 
53 
45 
86 
93 
72 
47 
18 
86 
92 
68 
10 



Public Works, 

including 

Railways and 

Canals. 



$ cts, 

901,466 41 
918,932 80 
1,006,844 67 
1,146,240 25 
1,211,729 08 
1,316,635 90 
1,509,915 04 
1,432,359 95 
1,479,231 61 
1,917,455 19 
2,034,483 53 
1,863,149 07 
2,167,401 00 
2,759,591 06 
2,711,134 30 
3,101,138 04 
3,055,792 09 
3,065,502 59 
3,082,410 58 
3,270,782 18 
3,556,101 24 
3,642,557 38 
3,800,110 42 
3,685,630 29 
3,575,167 83 
3,761,474 07 
3,702,745 74 
3,591,689 42 
3,594,264 48 
3,587,166 31 
3,873,464 49 
4,433,934 36 
5.232.459 45 
0,770,070 99 
6,447,982 24 
7,<>88,501 56 
6,972,218 98 
7,395,377 38 
8,310,267 30 
6,839,585 59 
9,973,523 41 
9,362,271 90 
10,114,990 16 
10,818,834 05 
11,651,947 27 
13,158,077 91 
14,197,052 79 
12,953.487 18 
19,286,418 15 



Premium 

and 
Discount. 



$ cts, 



608,510 12 
14,533 56 
92,019 59 
24,077 64 
52,477 16 
4,968 18 
13,415 29 
32,635 60 



460 82 

777 78 

90,685 47 

64,991 35 

83,363 09 

52,414 05 

16,444 04 

70,313 93 

40,508 74 

47,016 07 

77,397 64 

118,503 12 

118,352 42 

141,080 11 

126,925 91 

151,071 35 

18,875 86 

3,162 05 

34,853 92 

191,559 52 

186,830 59 

102,187 10 

64,921 86 

89,238 27 

129,609 27 

77,316 34 

40,355 83 

160,665 33 

249,588 23 

101,181 33 

7,060 82 

26, ISO 30 

164,623 11 

147,746 71 

416,744 97 

187,744 54 

268,572 33 

233,717 87 



Steamboat 

Inspection. 



$ cts. 

5,682 36 

11,914 63 

9,369 67 

10,692 13 

10,860 58 

18,284 12 

15,106 12 

16,144 25 

13,768 87 

15,879 93 

12,431 93 

12,331 16 

12,762 02 

13,953 49 

15,277 78 

12,577 36 

15,371 79 

12,942 66 

13,835 78 

12,701 20 

12,550 14 

12,624 43 

19,930 33 

21,239 23 

21,169 64 

25,283 55 

24,866 33 

25,092 61 

23,934 16 

25,033 95 

31,525 40 

34,890 93 

34,839 69 

33,876 57 

38,458 92 

28,888 09 

10,811 74 

6,170 08 

4,604 40 

2,988 64 

4,859 86 

7,967 46 

6,496 94 

5,585 10 

5,896 56 

5,997 97 

5,421 15 

5,707 38 

5,692 12 



Superan- 
nuation. 



$ cts. 



49,470 50 
53,213 80 
54,757 30 
34,620 18 
36,678 71 
38,476 00 
40,890 26 
41,856 62 
41,959 20 
43,531 80 
44,995 80 
46,426 30 
46,372 03 
51,882 21 
52,701 33" 
57,075 43 
62,600 96- 
62,967 43 1 

63.031 46; 
61,513 05 
62,824 60 
63,862 79 

64.433 27 
63,974 67 
63,274 88 
61,390 99 
59,218 14 
45,643 06 
39,647 32 
51,574 52 
50,474 91 
48,297 89 
47,402 37 
46,617 91 
45,937 30 
45,193 51 
33,321 18 
43,368 70 
42,407 89 
41,251 17 
39,249 84 

40.032 13 

38.434 59 
39,817 04 
37,366 22 
31,796 94 



-5.V 



68 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Table VII. — Comparative Statement of Receipts from Consolidated Funds, etc. — 

Concluded. 



Year. 



1867-68 

1868-69 

1809-70 

1870-71 

1871-72 

1872-73 

1873-74 

1874-75 

1875- 76 

1876-77. ...... 

1877 -78 

1878-79 

1879-80 

1880-81 

1881-82 

1882-83 

1883-84 

1884-85 

1885-80 

1880-87 

1887-88 

1888-89 

1889-90 

1890-91 

1891-92 

1892-93 

1893-94 

1894-95 

1895-96 

1896-97 

1897-98 

1898-99 

1899-1900 

1900 01 

1901-02 

1902-03 

1903-04 

1904-05 

1905-00 

1906 07 (9 mos. 

1907-08 

1908-09 



1909-10. 

1910-11 . 

1911-12. 

1912-13 

1913 14. 

1914-15. 

1915-10. 



Tonnage 

Dues (River 

Police). 



$ cts. 

11,918 76 
21,400 06 
23,490 91 
21,345 28 
26,744 51 
28,041 09 
28,650 39 
25,620 09 
26,499 09 
28,598 10 
26,805 75 
21,361 65 
21,510 15 
27,375 09 
21,420 33 
28,060 02 
28,497 25 
20,698 79 
24,089 97 
22,934 46 
21,072 73 
19,688 27 
17,810 95 
7,049 19 
8,714 79 
3,792 90 



291 25 



Tonnage Dues 

(Mariners' 

Fund). 



$ cts. 

24,072 60 ! 
33,018 27 
30,987 38 
30,409 41 
33,741 79 
38,303 14 
41,732 81 
37,058 12 
41,507 00 
44,245 83 
44,008 85 
37,757 39 
42,472 10 
49,771 -41 
45,914 77 
47,032 30 
48,000 05 
38,994 90 
40,848 05 
42,334 92 
41,069 64 
39,306 29 
47,881 75 
43,829 68 
45,381 92 
46,200 03 
49,090 85 
42 715 08 
45,726 11 
54,294 09 
54,552 81 
57,287 57 
59,945 52 
59,783 34 
65,853 83 
04,851 55 
01,785 33 
58,372 34 
00,340 80 
44,701 59 
69,364 45 
00,249 33 
53,381 77 
55,430 07 
60,157 12 
63,062 99 
70,540 52 
72,524 89 
72.545 65 



Weights 

and 
Measures. 



S cts. 



50,423 90 
30,054 10 
13,685 97 
15,372 57 
33,946 87 
27,989 70 
28,001 43 
31,387 53 
31,142 19 
33,230 09 
34,370 51 
37,810 39 
36,040 91 
40,438 88 
33,586 05 
38,296 66 
39,204 46 
38,631 52 
39,433 29 
37,056 94 
36,772 94 
44,014 59 
48,390 55 
53,523 54 
54,350 50 
62,912 68 
64,277 65 
66,325 19 
65,030 47 
72.957 23 
54,847 56 
S2,918 78 
80,184 32 
92,661! 95 
97,0(17 78 
105,810 46 
100,041 04 
111,070 11 
103.322 24 
110,857 25 



Total 
Receipts. 



S cts. 

13,687,928 49 
14,379,174 52 
15,512,225 65 
19,335,560 81 
20,714,813 68 
20,813,469 45 
24,205,092 54 
24,648,715 04 
22,587,587 05 
22,059,274 11 
22,375,011 88 
22,517,382 14 
23,307,406 69 
29,635,297 54 
33,383,455 52 
35,794,049 80 
31,861,961 73 
32,797,001 22 
33,177,040 39 

35.754.993 25 
35,908,463 53 
38,782,870 23 
39,879,925 41 
38,579,310 88 
36,921,S71 60 
38,168,608 85 
36,374,693 07 
33,978,129 47 
36,618,590 72 
37,829,778 40 
40,555,238 03 
46,741,249 54 

51.029.994 02 
52,514,701 13 
58,050,790 03 
00,037,068 93 
70,669,872 72 
71,182,733 6C 
80,139,166 70 
67,969,328 29 
90,054,505 SI 
85,093,404 3."i 

101,503,710 93 

117,780,409 78 

136,108,217 30 

16S,6S9,903 45 

163,174,394 50 

133.073,4*1 73 

172, 147.83S 27 



I' I MAC ACCOUNTS 



69 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Table VIII. — Comparative Statement of Expenditure on account of Consolidated 
Funds, from July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916. 



Year. 



Charges on Public Dkpt. 



Interest 

on 

Public Debt. 



$ cts. 



1867-68 4,501,568 

1868-69 4,907,013 

1869-70 5,047,054 

1870-71 5,165,304 

1871-72 5,257,230 

1872-73 5,209,205 

1873-74 5,724,436 

1874-75 6,590,790 

1875-76 6,400,902 

1876-77 6,797,227 

1877-78 7,048,883 

1878-79 7,194,734 

1879-80 7,773,868 

1880-81 ' 7,594,144 

1881-82 I 7,740,804 

1882-83 7,668,552 

1883-84 7,700,180 

1884-85 9,419,482 

1885-86 10,137,008 

1886-87 9,682,928 

1887-88 9,823,313 

1888-89 10,148,931 

1889-90 9,656,841 

1890-91 9,584,136 

1891-92 9,763,978 

1892-93 9,806,888 

1893-94 10,212,596 

1894-95 10,466,294 

1893-96 10,502,42) 



1896-97 . 

1897-98 

1S98-99 

1899-1900 

1900-1901 

1901-1902 

1902-1903 

1903-1904 

1904-1905 

1905-1906 

1906-07 (9 mos.) 

1907-08 

1908-09. 

1909-10 

1910-li 

1911.-12 

1912-13 

1913-14 

1914-15 

1915-16 



10,645,663 
10,516,757 
10,855,111 
10,699,645 
10,807,954 
10,975,935 
11,068,139 
11,128,636 
10,630,115 
10,814,697 
6,712,771 
10,973,596 
11,604,584 
13,098,160 
12,533,850 
12,259,396 
12.605,882 
12,893,504 
15,736,742 
21,421,584 



33 
71 
24 
24 

64 
97 
31 
19 
07 
25 
55 
14 
75 
88 
47 
89 
61 
19 
66 
87 
00 
97 
16 
74 
34 
45 
13 
44 
90 
27 
90 
84 
20 
65 
15 
17 
72 
05 
40 
14 
88 
23 
61 
81 
56 
18 
95 
94 
86 



Charges 

of 

Management. 



8 cts. 

285,512 75 
397,400 90 
332,599 45 
396,036 82 
293,522 51 
172,981 06 
238,003 52 
197,839 17 
189,596 91 
183,544 24 
189,566 54 
275,559 37 
245,731 40 
218,307 48 
191,075 06 
194,255 80 
179,766 58 
232,641 02 
282,390 85 
195,759 40 
205,363 29 
202,276 25 
186,336 97 
184,711 47 
176,036 62 
212,690 83 
166,414 39 
162,590 31 
166,315 43 
196,220 73 
152,880 16 
160,002 92 
174,028 29 
162,828 18 
210,864 57 
229,673 10 
282,244 11 
276,071 76 
331,534 12 
231,689 78 
350,69!) 22 
326,953 16 
358,293 66 
374,847 14 
447,456 66 
483,612 65 
460.013 96 
451,324 03 
435,527 28 



Premiums, 

Discount, 
Kxchange. 



I)!! 

63 

52 
76 
66 



¥ cts. 

73,676 54 
68,255 71 

7,400 01 
30,618 02 
52,889 54 

5,663 44 
26,680 99 
29,361 66 
18,551 64 
24,331 29 

2,519 80 

2,364 06 
43,354 

7,136 

3,968 
39,913 
50,138 
154,854 49 

64.530 01 
91,982 98 

138,228 83 

71,313 77 

44,071 98 

77,356 94 

7,901 44 

1,102 80 

14.531 40 
116,359 91 

82,260 42 
119,093 42 
47,007 32 
13,254 10 
53,165 83 
39,032 89 
52,385 05 
65,295 22 
6,739 69 

15J367 59 

12,858,05 

33,129 97 

29,753 52 

679 01 

1,92!) 83 

7,553 69 

19,375 00 

27,169 94 

103,405 58 

296,308 70 



Sinking 

Funds. 



$ cts. 

355,266 66 

426,806 66 

126,533 33 

421,666 24 

470,606 67 

407,826 62 

513,920 00 

555,773 32 

822,953 32 

828,373 59 

945,746 02 

1,037,219 76 

1,165,867 22 

1,250,731 20 

1,290,724 90 

1,344,136 83 

1,403,863 61 

1,482,051 48 

1,600,270 77 

1,592,952 62 

1.939.077 79 
1,730,644 34 
1,887,237 20 

1.938.078 57 
2,027,860 79 
2,095,513 89 
2,131,360 81 
2,002.311 36 
2,055,287 52 
2,101,813 80 
2,359,968 55 
2,482,484 65 
2,465,639 84 
2,480,336 90 
2,569,380 59 
2,620,588 46 
2,315,066 41 
2.261,618 27 
2,317,436 74 
1,177,146 71 
2,234,2(13 27 
1,922,525 20 
1,441,030 96 
1,203,416 40 
1,156,456 16 
1,38) ,285 36 
1,371, 428 61 
1,645,811 53 
1,773,021 11 



Miscellaneous 

Kxi'ENDITUKE. 



Administra- 
tion 
of Justice. 


Arts, 

Agriculture 

and 

Statistics. 


$} 3tS. 


$ cts. 


291,242 73 


5,580 59 


315,215 10 


7,020 11 


304,299 61 


6,226 84 


314,410 98 


6,173 64 


346,847 55 


6,411 00 


398,966 41 


10,090 52 


459,037 49 


19,091 97 


497, 405 08 


11,935 76 


544,091 20 


67,552 16 


565,597 84 


65,767 18 


564,920 11 


92,365 62 


57^896 58 


63,068 23 


574,311 41 


25,068 24 


583,957 46 


22,408 13 


581,695 72 


20,741 89 


615,588 48 


24,730 58 


615,044 90 


38,187 55 


627,252 56 


86,322 16 


707,832 47 


203,312 02 


657,114 57 


253,759 10 


678,814 65 


311,159 17 


685,806 78 


161.629 29 


709,784 12 


153,398 44 


726,592 27 


158,053 03 


750,723 23 


156,563 92 


736,457 40 


258,635 32 


745,504 00 


264,879 66 


755,682 97 


216,740 30 


758,270 08 


210,877 61 


774,761 69 


224,389 63 


765,608 28 


245,231 59 


815,454 91 


258,782 02 


827,560 88 


461,560 75 


873,232 90 


447,299 33 


949,229 85 


481,428 33 


959,948 08 


436,402 49 


984,257 75 


625,315 63 


997,718 48 


698,210 65 


1,171,358 C2 


603,590 34 


867,798 5S 


625.812 23 


1.224,510 49 


1,218,242 38 


1,240,364 28 


1,403,369 01 


1,246,695 32 


983,379 93 


1,292,401 79 


1,319,905 30 


1,300,513 79 


1,567,021 83 


1.335,243 30 


2,536,077 49 


1,399,456 70 


3,224,779 63 


1,469,504 46 


3,618,487 55 


1,477,238 43 


3,452,153 76 



70 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Table VIII. — Comparative Statement of Expenditure on account of Consolidated 

Fund, etc. — Continued. 



Year. 



1867 -68 

1868-69 

1869-70 

1870-71 

1871-72 

1872 73 

1873-74 

1874-75 

1875-76 

1876-77 

1877-78 

1878-79 

1879-80 

1880-81 

1881-82 

1882-83 

1883-84 

1884-85 

1885-86 

1886-87 

1887-88 

1888-89 

1889-90 

1890-91 

1891-92 

1892-93 

1893-94 

1894-95 

1895--96 

1896 97. 

1897-98 

1898-99 

1899-1900 

1900-1901 

1901-1902 

1902-1903 

1903-1904 

1904 1905. . . 

1905-1901) 

1906-07(9 mos.). 

1907-08 

1908-09 

1909-10 

1910-U 

1011-12 

1912-13 

1913-14 

1914-15 

1915-16 



Miscellaneous Expenditure— Continued. 



Boundary 
Survey 
United 

States and 
Canada. 



Census. 



Civil 
Government. 



cts. 



81,723 60 
121,741 66 
134,105 18 



43,905 69 



33,271 03 
61,869 85 
44,:>65 00 
28,358 14 
15,484 14 
7,696 31 
9,774 77 
14,417 37 
22,471 91 



§> cts 



159,506 37 

217,604 68 

57,565 44 

39,470 34 

18,392 18 

10,191 05 

7,546 75 

1,053 66 



127,033 56 

252,671 42 

38,163 49 

29,579 88 

5,059 44 



252,134 38 

269,939 40 

27,917 98 



249,907 17 

793,361 81 

106,609 54 

34,580 42 



1,204,614 29 
111,801 04 



$ ots. 

594,441 82 

559,643 06 

620,348 73 

642,300 50 

663,189 43 

750,874 40 

883,685 53 

909,205 73 

841,995 39 

812,193 03 

823,369 80 

861,170 85 

898,005 16 

915,958 78 

946,031 65 

986,721 47 

1,084,417 79 

1,139,495 49 

1,190,370 68- 

1,211,850 63 

1,258,618 15 

1,281,713 70 

1,308,846 95 

1,334,200 59 

1,325,087 20 

1,367,570 29 

1,402,279 49 

1,422,227 97 

1,396,628 36 

1,418,846 69 

1,399,422 44 

1,41181." 48 

1,420,997 90 

1,474,919 24 

1,497,369 44 

1,554,791 72 

1,652,782 42 

1,797,059 88 

1,911,611 22 

1,487,495 53 

2,088,416 01 

3,283,265 46 

4,268,390 26 

4,463,094 87 

4,774,678 00 

5,109,458 60 

5,607,794 95 

6,157,966 62 

6,408,856 63 



Dominion 

Forces, 
Manitoba. 



cts. 



147,367 91 

209,169 42 

133,227 10 

81,916 53 

29,969 17 

11,210 18 



Fisheries. 



S cts. 

30.572 06 

33,001 84 

61,312 57 

97,827 51 

93,325 18 

97,878 20 

76,247 11 

66,584 68 

108,183 73 

96,348 08 

93,262 28 

82,319 07 

86,162 55 

80,560 35 

92,700 71 

168,977 35 

286,700- 14 

273,174 78 

374,394 76 

415,443 21 

416,182 38 

355,595 93 

328,893 66 

374,202 16 

384,610 66 

482,381 47 

466,750 76 

443,822 95 

427,250 58 

443,586 85 

441,724 75 

412,367 88 

411,469 84 

491,351 27 

54S,S94 91 

527,829 12 

634,319 01 

979,888 70 

968,702 00 

693,685 65 

956,196 23 

951,728 10 

1,148,048 30 

760,734 69 

813,856 98 

921,953 14 

1,229,519 19 

1,465,360 65 

1,115,303 29 



Mines 

(Geological 

Survey) 



* 



cts. 



20,400 00 

29,400 00 

30,400 00 

36,400 00 

36,678 07 

45,800 00 

47,200 00 

49,200 00 

51,007 60 

50,000 00 

49,999 74 

49,578 93 

49,999 16 

64,688 86 

64,554 33 

60,245 30 

59,531 03 

60,015 96 

78,557 69 

55,946 89 

57,542 52 

60,055 91 

62,096 21 

66,614 48 

63,411 77 

59,998 75 

60,159 95 

68,151 41 

52,668 50 

67,000 00 

57,000 00 

62,945 41 

62,174 47 

61,941 50 

68,730 00 

78.746 26 

74,432 47 

111.953 68 

108,148 16 

94,984 65 

180,398 98 

247.659 36 

230,454 68 

244.274 67 

261.718 83 

Ss:}.;^ 19 

47i '..".I '6 M\ 

470,194 07 

462, 7S7 38 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



71 



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Tablk VIII. — Comparative Statement of Expenditure on account of Consolidated 

Fund, etc. — Continued. 



Year. 



18G7-68. ... 

18(58-69 

18(59-70 

1870-71 

1871-72....; 
1872-73. ... 

1873-74 

1874-75... . 

1875-70 

-1876-77.... 

1877-78 

1878-79 

1879-80 

1880-81... . 

1881-82 

1882-83 

1883-84..'.. 

1884-85 

18S5-86 

1886-87 

1887-88 

1888-89 

1889-90 

1890-91 

1891-92 

1892-93 

1893-94 

1894-95 

1895-96 

1896-97 

1897-98. ... 

1898-99 

1899-1900... 
1900-1901 . . . 
1901 1902... 
1902-1903... 
1903-1904... 
1904-1905... 
1905-1906... 
1906-1907 \ 
9 mos. ). . J 

1907-08 

1908-09... . 
1909-10. ... 

1910-11 

1911-12 

1912-13 

1913-14 

1914-15... . 
1915-16 



Miscellaneous Expenditure— Continued. 



Immigration. 



$ cts. 

36.049 76 
26,951 80 
55,965 99 
54,004 20 
109,953 90 
2(55,717 79 
291,296 57 
278,776 99 
338,179 10 
309,352 90 
154,351 42 
186,403 06 
161,213 32 
214,251 05 
215,339 24 
373,957 71 
511,208 83 
423,860 90 
257,354 93 
341,236 39 
244,789 09 
202,499 26 
110,091 76 
181,045 38 
177,604 82 
180,677 43 
202,235 52 
195,652 97 

120.199 00 
127,438 14 
261,194 90 
255,878 88 
434,562 61 
444,729 63 
494,841 55 
642,913 74 
744,788 50 
972,356 69 
842,663 23 

611.200 76 

1,074,696 51 
979,326 16 
960,676 03 
1,079,129 85 
1,364,999 93 
1,427,111 96 
1,893,297 77 
1,658,181 68 
1,307,480 46 



Quarantine. 



$ cts. 

24,346 47 

16,195 75 

15,968 85 

17,785 83 

19,012 78 

21,651 04 

27,276 30 

23,993 6!) 

47,666 2(5 

44,598 14 

26,340 02 

25,820 99 

21, 991 '03 

36,561 94 

37,721 78 

63,77(5 73 

64,117 89 

82,547 11 

90,220 62 

121,627 31 

67,701 47 

90,052 68 

72,245 19 

77,243 90 

80,083 30 

101,954 31 

113,571 43 

101,320 11 

95,247 16 

120,161 60 

537,243 59 

136,743 52 

136,067 52 

170,165 68 

264,737 78 

263.330 72 
217,765 32 
302,758 28 
624,758 32 

395,906 63 

150,048 18 
121,665 29 
138,136 01 
237,999 23 
182,392 43 

204.331 69 
220,927 83 
232,874 90 
203,303 69 



Indians. 



cts. 



0,080 00 

6,080 00 

43,934 79 

63,776 00 

146,068 31 

195,499 59 

276,325 00 

301,596 00 

421,503 66 

489,327 29 

694,512 72 

805,097 17 

1,183,414 40 

1,106,961 46 

1,116,153 87 

1,109,604 08 

1,195,093 36 

1,201,301 32 

1,000,802 33 

1,112,775 67 

1,107,824 31 

987,435 15 

894,265 54 

d56,552 39 

968,563 17 

955,403 77 

880,408 48 

908,063 98 

952,584 14 

986,219 77 

1,037,435 55 

1,019,329 12 

1,057,130 55 

1,077,81 

1,079,781 31 

1,173,864 43 

1,198,350 34 

940,679 72 

1,276,963 72 
1,307.245 09 
1.287,40-1 42 
1,449,961 18 
1,756,565 29 
1,818,186 46 
2,182,470 95 
2,400,629 92 
2,190,333 48 



Insurance 
.Superintend- 
ence. 



cts. 



8,032 91 
7,512 76 
8,577 48 
8,517 16 
9,551 73 
9,579 71 
9,072 87 
9,874 83 
9,854 54 
10,223 32 

8.577 92 
9,250 09 
7,244 31 
7,773 46 
7,647 15 
7,664 88 
8,541 87 
9,094 27 

9.578 20 
10,017 54 
10,038 79 
10,611 56 
10,165 46 
10,247 99 
11,223 61 
12,824 11 
13,500 00 
14,947 29 
15,(585 57 
17,587 50 
18,146 66 

15,920 96 

25,157 72 
10,277 87 



Legislation. 



$ cts. 

595,810 48 
409,613 70 
379,753 06 
356,205 84 
393,963 89 
614,487 09 
784,048 15 
572,273 41 

627.230 67 

596.006 34 
618,035 38 

748.007 58 
598,105 16 
611,375 73 
582,200 36 
740,768 26 
662,767 23 
649,538 35 

1,037,778 68 
977,302 17 
807,424 63 
701,170 42 
932,187 30 
596,486 67 

1,302,876 50 

867.231 83 
698,006 64 
941,570 41 
904,687 95 

1,134,772 94 

729,829 05 

892,354 14 

830,301 87 

1,172,725 92 

991,432 78 

789,204 69 

1,206,795 00 

1,713,172 35 

1,351,916 45 

1,322,074 62 

1,150,609 69 
1,543,327 99 
1,837,348 18 
1,655,418 53 
2,439,807 42 
1,370,130 08 
1,403,189 48 
2,376,983 (56 
1,180,363 26 



Lighthouse 

and 

Coast Service. 



$ cts. 

174,982 78 
190,670 68 
229,682 46 
334,692 56 
345,682 58 
480,375 57 
537,057 63 
490,256 58 
. 545,848 62 
471,278 49 
461,9(57 71 
447,566 92 
426,304 18 
443,724 36 
461,880 74 
491,546 35 
520,524 38 
532,446 12 
553,515 08 
512,811 76 
489,258 01 
511,779 37 
466,115 86 
492,596 99 
503,639 12 
503,011 66 
476,635 07 
475,903 32 
466,057 55 
445,742 72 
474,216 67 
545,644 90 
523,485 07 
578,617 71 
696.311 02 
964,143 74 
1,275,016 87 
2,507,307 03 
2,530,307 61 

2,026,641 92 

2,835,542 77 
2,721,801 57 
2,127,943 61 
1,979,838 25 
2,128,242 85 
2,262,735 19 
2,324,103 30 
2,583,025 71 
1,937,759 08 



72 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Table VIII. — Comparative Statement of Expenditure on Account of Consolidated 



Fund, etc. 



■Continued 



Year. 



1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 '.. 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890. 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 (9 mos.). 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 



Miscellaneous Expenditures— Continued. 



Mail 
Subsidies 

and 

Steamship 

Subventions. 



$ Cts. 



177,349 

253,746 

288,999 

286,098 

342,107 

363,447 

285,882 

287,772 

261,588 

314,941 

257,534 

257,701 

235,833 

201,503 

210,930 

237,500 

238,054 

261,778 

271,457 

273,496 

342,613 

304,254 

286,315 

321,117 

273,207 

413,938 

530,702 

513,268 

534,916 

553,812 

589,773 

584,056 

599,831 

629,198 

624,956 

799,285 

851,747 

1,027,074 

1,227,560 

1,128,876 

1,590,383 

1,684,683 

1,736,372 

1,918,941 

1,904,513 

1,952,525 

2,383,686 

2,162,632 

1,768,757 



33 

67 

02 

97 

98 

98 

29 

40 

89 

50 

08 

51 

34 

34 

00 

79 

01 

89 

20 

65 

33 

17 

13 

96 

37 

59 

66 

03 

63 

08 

21 

31 

92 

18 

25 

99 

97 

73 

19 

72 

96 

44 

86 

23 

91 

10 

58 

85 

27 



Marine 
Hospitals. 



$ cts. 

21,048 22 
34,837 16 
36,742^)9 
35,551 58 
44,536 16 
48,150 43 
66,462 53 
59,021 93 
60,971 57 
62,408 52 
57,484 60 
58,237 34 
55,031 23 
52,183 27 
53,100 57 
49,879 31 
51,312 62 
55,391 28 
49,359 67 
52,252 32 
49,445 29 
52,332 34 

41.729 11 
35,167 74 
34,102 71 
36,143 97 
38,403 94 
38,589 05 
36,683 36 
38,130 68 

38.162 56 
37,353 29 
37,741 36 
36,141 37 
51.S27 13 
48,750 15 
50,301 78 
51,731 56 

50.730 58 
38,155 67 
67,585 17 
56,993 87 
66,349 26 

56.163 73 
57,016 11 
53,690 36 
55,909 64 
65,801 04 
66,740 80 



Militia 
and Defence. 



Miscellaneous, 



!$ CtS. 

1,013,015 69 
937,513 35 
1,245,972 83 
908,732 86 
1.654,255 34 
1,248,663 93 
1,122,282 27 
1,013,943 84 
978,530 41 
550,451 87 
618,136 58 I 
777,698 90 i 
690,018 93 
667,000 51 
772,811 79 
734,354 25 
989,498 22 i 
f2, 707, 757 77 
1,178,659 10 
1,193,692 77 ! 
1,273,178 59 
1,323,551 56 
1,287.013 59 ! 
1,279,513 65 I 
1,2:6,308 05 ; 
1,419,745 89 ! 
1,284,517 17 ; 
1,574,013 76 
1,136,713 54 
1,667,588 20 
1,514,472 36 
2,112,291 79 
1,846,178 79 
2,061,674 17 
2,060,978 71 
1,963,009 38 
2,252,030 46 
2,650,700 33 
4,294,124 62 
3,347,037 87 
5,498,183 60 
5,221,644 79 
4,679,956 24 
6,868,651 29 
7,580,600 29 
9,112,474 90 
11,1^1,398 63 
10,060,617 74 
4,681,502 99 



$> cts. 

93,451 95 
29,784 51 
97,682 90 
9,C36 05 
39,422 02 
63,848 57 
102,160 20 
75,382 96 

86.026 20 
87,733 30 
62,968 61 

91.027 25 
174,191 46 

91,649 95 

97,408 01 

209,624 64 

301,732 93 

431,112 29 

433,413 38 

207,156 02 

359,646 71 

415,707 68 

174,066 18 

181,795 33 

164,787 12 

251,407 72 

187,974 04 

172,645 57 

172,363 61 

104,628 85 

181,410 93 

318,907 57 

381,336 56 

290.940 36 

1,146,120 58 

528,231 07 

960,089 81 

778,655 88 

946,037 29 

560,083 26 

752,074 41 

1,378,224 85 

852,552 19 

1,129, 453 2 5 

769,160 36 

2,016,811 67 

1,878,521 48 

2,837,136 98 

1,153,894 11 



I 



Mounted 
Police. 



Northwest 

Territories 

Government. 



S cts. 



S cts. 



199,599 14 
333,583 90 
369,518 39 
352,749 05 
334,748 50 
344,823 77 
332,855 12 
289,845 23 
368,456 47 

. 477,825 45 
485,983 66 
564,249 64 

1,029,369 20 
781,664 42 
862,965 06 
829,701 46 
753,093 50 
740,979 07 
701,932 32 
615,479 21 
611,263 21 
646,125 17 
533,014 17 
526,162 05 
865,415 96 
402,628 88 
843,989 11 
912,150 59 
948,215 66 
990,034 92 
949,783 90 

1,013,309 06 

1.004,079 19 
647,836 24 
649,867 49 
663.783 01 
670,637 34 
713,813 43 
696,663 45 
783,888 11 
963,650 95 
952,017 98 

1,395,022 45 



12, 

32, 

4. 

17, 

18, 

10, 

9, 

18, 

19, 

29 

34, 

48, 

*3,234, 

110, 

104 

177 

180, 

249 

244 

276 

276, 

303, 

330, 

320 

347, 

357. 

354, 

504, 

491, 

802, 

894, 

1,259. 

259, 

4 

5, 

4, 

4. 

■'• 

5. 

3, 

3 

2, 



729 91 
497 10 
282 47 
774 13 
199 20 
574 90 
527 07 
279 85 
305 20 
048 22 
637 07 
547 76 
587 61 
373 95 
801 94 
015 45 
692 89 
237 50 
768 56 
446 03 
951 99 
026 74 
702 99 
535 66 
687 34 
024 69 
209 97 
387 74 
923 89 
466 46 
150 98 
412 06 
520 45 
235 96 
9i ;i 54 
305 25 
955 8-1 
743 69 
597 93 
493 93 

! w 

B70 36 
232 08 



This amount includes $1,697,851.52 Northwest rebellion expenditures. 
$3,177,220.50 



PI IlLir \< <'<)/ A7.N 



73 



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Table VIII. — Comparative Statement of Expenditures on Account of Consolidated 

Fund, etc. — Continued. 



Year. 





$ cts. 


1867-68... . 


92,162 24 


1868-69 


63,510 31 


1869-70 


54,309 45 


1870-71 


72,939 86 


1871-72 


81,905 46 


1872-73 


92,742 34 


1873-74 


121,818 14 


1874-75 


165,699 89 


1875-76 


•284,941 07 


1876-77 


147,393 57 


1877-78 


144,837 82 


1878-79 


141,175 25 


1879-80 


149,501 52 


1880-81 


227,936 29 


1881-82 


187,809 29 


1882-83 


200,982 42 


1883-84 


231,519 23 


1884-85 


280,275 58 


1885-86. ... 


206, 476 02 


18S6-87 


205,031 10 


1887-88 


211,462 27 


1888-89 


318,098 91 


1889-90 


164,046 70 


1890-91 


199,277 26 


1891-92 


177,185 37 


1892-93 


193,349 78 


1893-94 


211,922 67 


1894-95 


205,092 65 


1895-96 


181,451 71 


1896-97 


183,257 60 


1897-98 


145,553 22 


1898-99 


330,254 23 


1899-1900. .. 


247,784 93 


1900 01 


233,161 59 


1901-02 


496,190 57 


1902-03 


417,136 56 


1903-04 


566,546 78 


1904-05 


1,052,677 44 


1905-06 


1,013,682 90 


1906-7 (9rnos.) 


679,154 74 


1907-08 


881,221 19 


1908-09. 


1,201,804 76 


1909-10 .". 


803,922 22 


1910-11 


869,164 16 


1911-12 


1,128,907 73 


1912-13 


1,121,200 11 


1913-14. . .. 


1,216,278 06 


1914-15.. 


1,133,716 74 


1915-16 


1,213,917 52 



Miscellaneous Expenditure— Contin ted. 



Ocean 

and River 

Service. 



Penitentiaries. 



$ cts. 

209,369 42 
269,817 26 
211,981 62 
219,212 25 

205.111 23 
270,661 20 
395,551 76 
337,593 55 
312,015 31 
303,168 98 
308,101 69 
308,482 61 
270,381 54 
307,366 29 
293,616 76 
286,424 86 
296,996 32 
287,551 67 
310,782 46 
311,267 45 
320,776 61 
319,436 26 
349,839 40 
353,158 32 
344,528 66 
346,353 93 
446,134 16 
449,599 81 
385,227 58 
409,598 23 
386,395 09 
416,939 48 
438,421 22 
456,350 68 
438,072 92 
477,839 82 
448,845 S3 
463,720 09 
527,883 77 
423,263 06 
594,618 80 

545.112 67 
538,202 67 
527,760 92 
653,482 79 
7(4,831' 10 
910,413 17 
860,031 14 
903.318 11 



Pensions. 



$ cts. 

56,421 60 

50,564 18 
53,586 28 
52,611 49 
62,251 42 
49,204 04 
56,453 84 
63,656 58 
110,201 04 

112.531 13 
105,842 05 
107,795 04 
102,888 95 

96,388 66 

101,196 96 

98,446 13 

95,542 72 

89,879 38 

88,319 37 

102,109 24 

120,333 85 

116,029 78 

107,391 45 

103,850 35 

92,456 67 

90,309 06 

86,927 18 

84,349 36 

86.080 31 

90,881 89 

96,187 09 

96,128 60 

93,453 39 

93.551 28 

83,304 65 

87,924 75 

113,494 53 

140,423 55 

179,023 49 

125,832 26 

187,557 30 

191.532 56 
216,697 49 
240,585 69 
245,044 66 
283,188 27 
311,900 37 
358,557 52 
671,133 25 



Police. 



$ 



cts. 



49,176 17 

46.321 12 
49,494 21 
39,547 35 
37,281 24 
49,813 99 
56,387 54 
54,563 06 
13,427 73 
11,355 62 
10,616 44 
11,122 08 
12,368 05 
13,525 77 
12,841 11 
18,490 19 
20,124 49 
18,953 14 
17,341 33 
16,678 44 
16,812 20 
18,306 88 
20,464 61 
21,459 87 
21,788 76 
22,157 25 
21,947 47 
21,943 13 
22,703 38 
23,788 82 
22,100 04 
24,442 41 
28,276 88 
68,980 95 
60,241 16 
28,280 34 
31,084 27 
34,219 74 
37,265 22 
29,268 65 

43.322 68 
44,936 86 
51,808 11 
64,484 10 
82,445 35 
97,951 22 

119,892 11 
118,994 94 
116,664 54 



Public 

Works. 


Railway-; 

and 

Canals. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


126,269 78 




65,015 27 


4i3 53 


120,031 02 


6,208 21 


597,274 96 


168,583 73 


839,786 26 


25,777 30 


1,297,999 11 


299,614 64 


1,778,915 88 


47,085 15 


1,756,010 11 


1.065 53 


1,948,241 82 


700 00 


1,262,823 27 




997,469 70 


1,125 00 


1,013,023 10 


570 00 


1,046,341 97 


5,584 90 


1,108,814 85 


299,951 08 


1,342,000 48 


81,440 26 


1,765,255 64 


91,543 59 


2,908,851 65 


204,090 12 


2,302,362 74 


86,026 44 


2,046,552 32 


87,456 20 


2,133,315 59 


121,629 13 


2,162,116 29 


176,389 89 


2,299,231 24 


188,660 00 


1,972,501 18 


214,189 97 


1,937,545 72 


199,083 59 


1,627,851 24 


219,732 61 


1 1,927,832 45 


237,638 91 


2,033,954 91 


133,996 60 


1,742,316 89 


252,716 00 


1,299,768 89 


126,443 94 


1,463,718 54 


134,405 10 


1,701,312 95 


190,490 30 


1,902,664 27 


384,850 12 


2,289,888 75 


188,826 45 


3,386,632 16 


210,414 02 


4,221,293 59 


272,296 14 


4,065,553 27 


328,315 52 


4,607,330 45 


400,802 35 


6,765,446 01 


489,751 23 


7,484,715 72 


452,058 49 


5,520,571 42 


390,209 84 


8,721,326 98 


730,311 65 


12,300,184 05 


987,091 92 


7,261,218 22 


8 5,!>74 86 


8,621,431 25 


635,018 09 


10,344,487 21 


763.006 72 


13,468,505 20 


667,356 38 


19,007,512 63 


732,348 03 


19,313,532 35 


727,205 72 


12,039,252 06 


671,590 43 



74 



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Table VIII. 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

-Comparative Statement of Expenditure on Account of Consolidated 
Fund, etc. — Continued. 



Year. 



18G7-68 

1808-69 

1869-70 

1870-71 

1871-72 

1872-73 

1873-74 

1874-75 

1875-76 

1876-77 

1877-78 

1878-79 

1879-80 

1880-81 ....'... 

1881-82 

1882-83 

1883-84 

1884-85 

1885-86 ....:.. 

1886-87 

1887-88 

1888-89 

1889-90 

1890-91 

1891-92 

1892-93 

.893-94 

1894-95 

1895-96 

1896-97 

1897-98 

1898-99 

1899-1900 

1900-01.. 

1901-02 

1902-03 

1903-04 

1904-05 

1905-06 

1906-07 (9 mos.) 

1907-08 

1908-09 

1909-10 

1910-11 

1911-12 

1912-13 

1913-14 

1914-15 

1915-16 



Miscellaneous Expenditures— Contin tied. 



Scientific 


Institutions. 


$ cts. 


8,200 00 


8,950 00 


9,150 00 


9,379 82 


16,618 15 


18,830 54 


50,614 38 


44,629 76 


46,047 72 


45,558 85 


46,050 00 


61,206 99 


46,054 51 


46,663 94 


47,454 07 


51,990 35 


56,398 89 


55,825 46 


56,898 33 


57,266 21 


59,981 10 


59,477 07 


58,452 10 


62.457 10 


65,722 99 


64,513 38 


97,850 19 


77,241 56 


81,699 92 


79,994 12 


79,442 37 


86,813 02 


83,255 35 


90,551 48 


155,285 10 


126,754 19 


125,123 52 


163,726 65 


284,271 51 


292,823 67 


576,817 90 


553,921 40 


633,784 87 


378,1,50 38 


417,350 30 


417,390 55 


490,540 90 


501,431 21 


463,494 42 



Settler's 

Relief 

Manitoba. 



$ cts. 



83,405 



80 



Steamboat 

Inspection. 



•S cts. 

10,406 93 
11,299 99 
7,396 96 
8,321 00 
8,500 00 
13,266 00 
10,291 58 
12,199 81 
13,081 86 
13,073 01 
14,315 82 
13,15" 38 
11,8'A 34 
12,149 15 
14,835 97 

16.209 02 
21,893 28 
23,211 58 
21,799 03 
22,825 80 
21,430 45 
22,313 03 
20,989 52 
22,183 76 
22,736 59 
24,386 95 
25,939 89 
26,385 88 
26,321 27 
26,837 83 
26,342 29 
28,035 49 
27,965 72 
29,247 59 
27,493 80 
30,172 09 
33,608 87 
50,187 85 
37,576 19 
32,459 55 

42.210 43 
41,226 47 
40,782 77 
42,818 47 
45,353 11 
54,147 51 
63,714 12 
65,063 16 
64,884 01 



Subsidies 

to 
Provinces. 



2,753 
2,604, 
2,588, 
2,624, 
2,930, 
2,921, 
3,752, 
3,750, 
3,690 
3,655, 
3,472, 
3,442, 
3,430, 
3,455, 
3,530 
3,606, 
3,603, 
3,959, 
4,182, 
4,169, 
4,188, 
4,051, 
3,904, 
3,903, 
3,935, 
3,935, 
4,206, 
4,250, 
4,235, 
4,238, 
4,237, 
4,250, 
4,250, 
4,250, 
4,402, 
4,402, 
4,402, 
4,516, 
6,726, 
6,745, 
9,032, 
9,117, 
9,361 
9,092, 
10,281, 
13,211 
11,280, 
11,451, 
11,451 



cts. 

966 46 
050 13 
604 96 
940 23 
113 10 
399 87 
757 48 
961 88 
355 15 
850 58 
807 87 
764 34 
846 31 
517 73 
999 48 

672 61 
714 38 
326 91 
525 91 
341 04 
513 53 
427 62 
922 12 
756 61 
913 56 
764 80 
654 77 
674 46 
664 24 
059 08 
372 19 
636 47 
607 00 
607 48 
097 64 
502 88 
291 68 
038 48 
372 88 
133 68 
774 89 
143 28 
388 20 
471 80 
014 98 
800 37 
468 67 

673 28 
673 28 



Super- 
annuation. 



Yukon 

Provisional 

District. 



cts. S Ct8. 



12,880 49 
38,842 81 
53,026 03 
64,442 84 
77,298 25 
101,627 16 
104,826 99 
106,588 91 
113,531 63 
127,792 22 
147,362 10 
160,319 95 
186,236 67 
192,692 70 
203,636 21 
200,655 25 
202,285 85 
212,743 72 
218,933 65 
241,764 66 
241,110 49 
253,679 88 
263,710 15 
262,302 07 
265,385 77 
311,231 79 
307,792 66 
340,185 67 
325,560 47 
323,398 52 
324,507 13 
338,764 35 
346,418 98 
355,423 79 
353.260 65 
356,280 71 
269,346 81 
372,841 59 
390,319 32 
406,877 05 

405.341 60 
417,045 16- 
436,396 11 
443,556' 87 
461,698 61 

454.342 04 



47,026 65 

1,098,378 96 

331,850 21 

274,953 55 

266,931 98 

807,806 89 

638,387 51 

476,227 54 

405,734 84 

294,023 29 

394,596 71 

353,973 44 

330,431 08- 

303,674 94 

324.241 97 

295,394 20 

347,917 27 

340,043 30 

344,575 39 



I'l IlLIC ACCOUNTS 



75 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Table VIII. — Comparative Statement of Expenditure on Account of Consolidated 

Fund, etc. — Continued. 



1867-68.. 

1868-69. 

1869-70. . 

1870-71 . . 

1871-72. 

1872-73.. 

1873-74. 

1874-75. 

1875-76. 

1876-77.. 

1877-78., 

1878-79. 

1879-80. , 

1880-81. 

1881-82. 

1882-83. 

1883-84. 

18-S4-85. 

1885-86. 

1880-87. 

1*87-88. 

1888-89. 

1889-90. 

1890-91 . 

1891-92. 

1892-93. 

1893-94. 

1894-95. 

1895-96. 



Year. 



1896-97 

1897-98 

1898-99 

1899-1900 

1900-1901 -. 

1901-1902 

1902-1903 

1903 1904 

1904-1905 

1905-1906 ... . 
1906-07 (9 mos.). 

1097-08 

1908-09 

1909-10 

1190111 

1191-12 

1912-13 

1913-14 

1914-15 

1915-16 



Collection ok Revenue. 



Adulteration 
of Food. 



$ cts. 



2,601 83 
4,903 46 
5,964 94 
7,797 02 
8,887 37 
8,149 10 
9,968 06 
9.722 07 
11,754 49 
14,948 08 
13,523 79 
21,334 01 
25,622 06 
23,667 79 
23,259 37 
24,725 12 
23,387 94 
24,249 78 
24,006 67 
24,284 44 
24,312 98 
24,008 80 
24,940 20 
23,132 76 
24,577 10 
24,991 37 
24,956 74 
19,841 13 
20,994 55 
21,359 43 
27,356.42 
21,777 33 
26,574 95 
20,504 40 
22,163 39 
21,245 29 
22,786 19 
22,520 04 
30,202 27 
47.238 59 
44,721 51 



Culling 
Timber. 



$ cts. 

69,430 93 
67,089 33 
74,096 60 
62,130 22 
65,697 26 
69,691 90 
82,886 43 
81,956 33 
66,596 95 
68,171 76 
49,940 38 
44,670 02 
44,651 89 
51,079 65 
51,360 65 
56,228 79 
54,866 17 
50,580 00 
49,284 56 
51,120 43 
49,596 23 
48,307 56 
30,781 16 
28,599 75 
26,143 22 
27,628 69 
25,281 18 
23,299 16 
17,237 38 
16,618 75 
19,245 87 
17 601 39 
17,403 10 
18,448 10 
17,101 51 
16,378 16 
14,722 41 
13,912 89 
13,133 90 
9,822 27 
12,904 15 
13,276 87 
12,756 40 
12,015 93 
11,969 70 
12,089 68 
8,798 43 
7,911 84 
6,838 15 



Customs. 


1 )ominion 
Lands. 


Excise. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


477,503 82 




78,939 00 


496,049 94 




109,414 56 


505,109 31 




119,461 48 


500,441 49 


14,243 97 


129,563 56 


528,735 62 


200,519 81 


142,732 09 


567,765 36 


237,676 19 


171,704 85 


727,629 36 


282,696 28 


206,935 28 


682,673 65 


185,218 92 


199,253 72 


721,008 60 


212,841 27 


218,359 81 


721,604 95 


90,521 71 


211,157 18 


714,527 77 


«7,628 52 


215,024 50 


719,711 29 


91,773 29 


211,064 71 


716,126 23 


147.802 98 


219,284 91 


717,704 31 


67,745 97 


247,577 05 


723,913 85 


81,899 57 


280,573 51 


757,245 62 


115,746 90 


278,910 51 


798,837 96 


166,898 69 


303,610 28 


791,537 91 


178,727 29 


309,268 29 


800,107 34 


194,965 58 


310,022 01) 


819,131 62 


195,725 71 


344,690 93 


851,025 36 


184,548 04 


373,348 44 


864,590 46 


188,75'J "2 


362,833 42 


873,400 10 


173,574 29 


362,996 45 


900,491 82 


158,483 11 


378,236 81 


904,800 50 


132,807 24 


400,049 52 


901,946 10 


136,179 17 


387,673 27 


921,039 92 


133,305 06 


484,949 72 


917,632 39 


129,727 51 


471,864 90 


896,332 50 


119,908 08 


470,869 86 


945,245 33 


111,415 12 


464,426 75 


971,320 11 


91,296 26 


468,320 37 


1,037,635 65 


92,913 92 


464,620 01 


1,071,222 17 


104,979 49 


468,993 89 


1,123,817 06 


133,416 53 


458,382 71 


1,176,024 24 


158,843 94 


463,404 51 


1,229,028 71 


186,355 81 


478,984 31 


1,357,184 29 


247,282 02 


522,361 21 


1,468,093 42 


276,982 10 


537,813 77 


1,548,384 08 


433,135 09 


555,923 25 


1,222,948 67 


385,073 87 


456,773 97 


1,923,854 17 


562,711 74 


636,892 07 


1,994,951 46 


548,607 75 


643,704 74 


2,025,453 11 


599,613 07 


660,464 77 


2,187,174 76 


1,804,250 49 


703,659 65 


2,443,846 23 


2,277,099 87 


755,967 75 


3,150,776 75 


2,462,623 92 


843,685 67 


3,849,083 86 


3,286,480 25 


858,165 50 


3,775,364 31 


3,701,179 88 


830,174 57 


3,685,399 40 


3,418,297 80 


897,671 34 



76 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Table VIII. — Comparative Statement of Expenditure on Account of Consolidated 

Funds, etc. — Continued. 



Year . 



1867-68 

1868-69 

1860-70 

1870-71 .... 

1871-72 

1872-73 

1873-74 

1874-75 

1875-76 

1876-77 

1877-78 

1878-79 

1879-80. . .. 
1880-81...'... 

1881-82 

1882-83 

1883-84 

1884-85. . .. 

1885-86 

1886-87 

1887-88 

1888-89 

1889-90 

1890-91 

1891-92 

1892-93 

1893-94 

1894-95 

1895-96 

1896-97 

1997-98 

1898-99 

1899-1900.... 
1900-1901 . . 

1901-1902 

1902-1903 

1903-1904 

1901-1905 .... 

1905-1906 

1906-07 (9 mos. ) 
1907-08 

1908 09 

1909 10 

1910-11 

1911-12 

1912-13 

1913-14 

1914-15 

1915-16 



Bounties. 



$ cts. 



Collection of Revenue — Continued. 



Inspection 

of 

Staples. 



$ cts. 



538,530 84 
235,233 55 
143,652 47 
124,272 23 
109,236 68 



1,499 

537 

648 

1,020 

622 

966 

573 

933 

460 

706 

847 

1,797 

1,801 

2,549 

2,370 

2,040 

1,930 

2,258 

1,659 

2,208 

2,354 

2,576 

2,921 

4,161 

5,100 

18,508 

14,834 

13,509 

66,261 

73,509 

88,661 

109,939 

88,531 

132,487 

160,184 

184,871 

203,594 

226,894 

340,294 

450,737 

2,353 

2,066 



52 
72 
64 
08 
94 
94 
73 
44 
17 
40 
96 
38 
80 
22 
00 
51 
41 
46 
56 
06 
73 
94 
38 
83 
00 
87 
99 
60 
19 
72 
49 
80 
52 
70 
62 
02 
80 
75 
82 
57 
63 
60 



Liquor 
License Act. 



$ cts. 



3,840 65 

2,230 45 

53,515 86 

186,342 30 

6,340 29 

338 48 

268 08 

1,230 84 

"i.5'06 



12 61 



Minor 

Revenues.* 



$ cts. 

16,841 91 

21,778 26 

32,804 16 

35,436 78 

39,369 95 

22,262 12 

11,371 03 

23,867 04 

20,024 02 

20,181 01 

21,785 45 

27,888 26 

28,732 52 

3,575 08 

5,916 41 

5,445 20 

2,824 78 

2,587 92 

6,478 11 

3,973 35 

3,868 59 

3,773 99 

5,221 91 

3,810 97 

3,529 84 

4,478 38 

5,532 27 

1,585 49 

1,833 73 

859 10 

1,575 08 

2,078 66 

1,986 69 

1.718 49 

1,750 53 

2,658 50 

1,112 87 

1,949 32 

■ 1,777 12 

1,246 12 

2,703 18 

1,986 81 

(ISO 29 

522 69 



Post Office. 



$ cts. 

616,802 21 
787,886 32 
808,622 77 
815,470 59 
929,609 33 
1,067,866 09 

1.387.270 48 
1,520,861 21 
1,622,827 10 
1,705,311 54 
1,724,938 52 
1,784,423 88 

1.818.271 05 
1,876,657 96 
1,980,567 25 
2,170,089 09 
2,312,965 27 
2,488,315 36 
2,763,186 41 
2,818,907 22 
2,889,728 59 
2,982,321 48 
3,074,469 91 
3,161,675 72 
3,316,120 03 
3,421,203 17 
3,517,261 31 
3,593,647 47 
3,665,011 30 
3,789,478 34 
3,575,411 99 
3,603,799 10 
3,758,014 61 
3,931,446 01 
4,023,63682 
4,105,178 48 
4,347,540 84 
4,634,527 78 
4,921,577 22 
3,979,557 34 
6,005,929 74 
6,.V.)2,386 40 
7,215,387 47 
7.: '54,222 79 
9,172,035 47 

10,882,804 57 

12,822,058 44 

15,961,191 47 

16,009,13S 77 



Public Works. 



S cts. 

44.783 22 
51,039 41 
68,560 13 
78,300 12 
92,206 63 
118,021 66 
128,859 65 
157,680 64 
147,215 00 
112.486 17 
97,123 93 
110,618 25 
103,170 01 
199,948 28 
137,679 97 
147.411 14 
180,688 65 
180,360 91 
191,836 30 
173,612 82 
154, 1S7 05 
215,085 51 
186,345 83 
196,580 19 
190,386 22 
149,390 98 
154,257 24 
151,698 22 
159,460 22 
147.567 92 
156,313 85 
165,907 30 
182,859 42 
272,80s 72 
498,513 41 
562,403 51 
454,700 41 
560,360 50 
560,169 48 
456,814 03 
583,952 65 
625,034 23 
576.490 81 
594,868 80 
651,553 81 
686,370 64 
7S0.45."> 41 
799,152 31 
377 "9 



* From 1911 transferred to "Adulteration of Food," 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



77 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Table VIII. — Comparative Statement of Expenditure on Account of Consolidated 

Fund, etc. — Concluded. 



Year. 



1867-6S 

1868-69 

1869-70.. 

1870-71 

1871-72 

1872-73 

1873-74 

1874-75 

1875-76 

1876-77 

1877-78 

1878-79 

1879-80 

18S0-81 

1881-82 

1882-83 

1883 84 

1884-85 

1885 86 

1886-87 

1887-88 

1888-89 

1889-90 

1890-91 

1891-92 

1892-93 

1893-94 

1894-95 

1895-96 

1896-97 

1897-98 

1898-99 

1899-1900 

1900-1901 

1901-1902 

1902-1903 

1903-1904 .... 

1904-1905 

1905-1906 

1906 07(9mcs.) 

1907-08 

1908-09 

1909-10 

1910-11 

1911-12 

1912-13 

1913-14..... ~l.. 

1914-15 

1915-16 



Labour. 



$ cts. 



93,402 31 
53,399 31 
68,476 19 
80,474 24 
63,441 28 
56,741 58 



Naval 
Service. 



cts. 



2,256,709 13 
1,901,494 18 
2,086,049 45 
2.006,150 22 
1,289,021 98 
1,154,426 27 



Collection oi<' Revenue— Concluded. 



Railways 

and 
Canals. 



cts. 



581, 

641 

743, 

752, 

913, 

1,378, 

2,260. 

1,981, 

1,897, 

2,239. 

2,374, 

2,570, 

2,226 

2,603, 

2,755, 

3,117, 

3,122, 

3,268, 

3,339, 

3,673, 

4,160, 

4,095, 

4,362, 

4,505, 

4,337, 

3,848, 

3,760, 

3,704, 

3,826 

3,725, 

4,049, 

4,246. 

5,244, 

6,377, 

6,508, 

7,221, 

8,397. 

9,803, 

8,779, 

7,011, 

10,586, 

10,780, 

10,215, 

11,123, 

12,330, 

13,766, 

14,935, 

13,876, 

20,777, 



44 
60 



503 11 
813 65 
070 
771 
236 45 
163 62 
820 07 
892 75 
282 83 
346 23 
313 97 
360 85 
456 21 
717 46 
832 95 
465 50 
103 01 
221 85 
670 25 
894 35 
332 20 
300 97 
200 26 
516 35 
876 96 
403 53 
549 82 
126 48 
225 51 
689 92 
274 60 
403 53 
300 84 
961 26 
477 07 
705 13 
433 98 
911 81 
677 46 
857 58 
113 90 
125 52 
037 82 
250 80 
462 75 
180 34 
138 21 
059 63 
829 68 



Trade 
and 

Commerce. 



9 cts. 



Weights, 
Measures, Gas 

and 
Electric Light. 



9,249 30 

11,022 02 

9,462 80 

. 14,604 24 

17,186 71 

88,556 91 

55,591 06 

41,699 19 

11,974 11 

30,671 20 

38,483 75 

60,214 86 

63,625 14 

62,534 99 

102,881 04 

91,446 29 

132,103 17 

165,865 17 

158,938 66 

614,509 29 

1,805,441 02 

2,943,495 14 

1,897,245 68 



$ ets. 



69,969 92 

99,785 05 

11,085 70 

96,484 66 

84,004 97 

60,566 76 

74,170 53 

69,323 49 

73,777 03 

83,523 12 

84,977 93 

84,363 72 

85,492 33 

88.618 27 

85,990 26 

88,383 23 

92,038 93 

88,707 27 

91,097 10 

94,975 58 

98,173 67 

97,925 32 

94,080 64 

90,617 50 

89,704 08 

96,088 94 

103,724 98 

109,671 99 

121,575 02 

118,194 97 

125,649 89 

130,430 15 

100.243 18 

150,323 99 

160,495 07 

166 223 58 

180,965 17 

205,224 52 

224,344 78 

258,095 83 

288,831 57 

•305,215 24 



Total. 



9 cts. 

13,486,092 96 
14,038,084 00 
14,345,509 58 
15,623,081 72 
17,589,468 82 
19,174,647 92 
23,316,316 75 
23,713,071 04 
24,488,372 11 
23,519,301 77 
23,503,158 25 
24,455,381 56 
24,850,634 45 
25,502,554 42 
27,067,103 58 
28,730,157 45 
31,107,706 25 
35,037,060 12 
39,011,612 26 
35,657,680 16 
36,718,494 79 
36,917,834 76 
35,994,031 47 
36,343,567 96 
36,765,894 18 
36,814,052 90 
37,585,025 52 
38,132,005 05 
36,949,142 03 
38,319,759 84 
38,832,525 70 
41,903,500 54 
42,975,279 51 
46,866,367 84 
50,759,391 97 
51,691,902 76 
55,216,832 70 
63,319,682 86 
67,240,640 95 
51,542,161 09 
76,611,451 59 
84,064,232 38 
79,411,747 12 
,87,774,198 32 
98,161,440 77 
112,059,537 41 
127,384,472 99 
135,523,206 54 
130,350,726 90 



78 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Table IX. — Comparative Statement of the Debt of Canada, payable in London, from 
July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916, according to the rats of interest it bears. 



Year. 



1807 

1868 

1869 

1870.., 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 .. 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

L895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 (9 mos. 

1908 

1909 



1910. 

1911 

1912. 

1913 

1914. 

1915. 

1910. 



At 2i per cent 
interest. 



cts. 



9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
7,748,245 83 
4,838,185 64 
4,888,185 64 
4,888,185 64 
4,888,185 64 
4,88s, 185 64 
4,888,185 64 



At 3 per cent 
interest. 



cts. 



6,375. 
19,466, 
19,466, 
19 890, 
30,727, 
33,538, 
39,652, 
50,602, 
50,602, 
50,602, 
50,602, 
50,602. 
50,602, 
50,602, 
50,602, 
50,602, 
50,898, 
51,751, 
53,532, 
53,532, 
54,486. 
55,105, 
42,512, 
42,049, 
43.116, 
43.226, 
37,262, 
37,271, 
37,271, 



333 33 
666 67 
606 67 
297 66 
506 24 
644 67 
242 08 
241 01 
241 01 
241 01 
241 01 
241 01 
241 01 
241 01 
241 01 
241 01 
661 62 
568 26 
034 82 
034 82 
684 10 
899 30 
076 03 
409 49 
280 15 
130 55 
129 50 
230 16 
230 16 



At 3^ per cent 
interest. 



cts. 



24,333,333 33 

31,619,241 30 

24,333,333 33 

24,333,333 33 

21,333,333 33 

24,333,333 33 

24,333,333 33 

24-,333,333 33 

24,333,333 33 

24,333,333 33 

24,333,333 33 

24,333,333 33 

24.333,333 33 

24,333,333 33 

24,333,333 33 

24,333,333 33 

24,333,333 33 

24,333,333 33 

24,333,333 33 

24,333,333 33 

24,333,333 33 

24,333,333 33 

24,333,333 33 

39,389,339 99 

53,989,339 99 

78,322,673 32 

10S,402,370 08 

151,248,720 60 

175 582,05-* 93 

175,582,053 93 

175,582,053 93 

175,582,053 93 

175,582,053 93 



At 4 per cent 
interest. 



S cts. 

681,333 34 

681,333 34 

7,300,000 00 • 

7,300,000 00 

7,300,000 00 

7,300,000 00 

7,300,000 00 

16,000,000 00 

35,520,660 07 

47,093,333 33 

52,859,999 99 

59,859,999 99 

74,459,999 99 

89,059,999 99 

89,059,999 99 

89,059,999 99 

89,059,999 99 

89,059,999 99 

128,089,929 21 

140,850,595 87 

140,850,595 87 

140,850,595 87 

140,&56,595 87 

142,803,202 53 

148,043,202 52 

140,850,595 87 

142,310,595 87 

143,289,929 20 

140,850,595 87 

140,850,595 87 

140,850.595 87 

140,850.595 87 

140,850,595 87 

140,856,595 87 

140,856,595 87 

140.850,595 87 

140,850,595 87 

124,514.290 52 

123,701,998 40 

117,139,649 24 

104,972,982 58 

103,600,210 03 

81,666,143 36 

48,1-23,185 19 

22,244,845 23 

14,283.666 69 

8,273.333 34 

58,400,001) 00 

93,926,0)10 06 

93,926,606 66 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



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Table IX. — Comparative Statement of the Debt of Canada, etc. — Concluded. 



Year. 



1867 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1S94 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 (9 mos.). 

1908..., 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 



At 5 per cent 

interest, 
3 J per cent 
after 1908. 



31,822,282 

31,822,282 

34,257,615 

34,257,615 

34,257,615 

34,086,795 

33,985,082 

33,830,322 

33,830,322 

33,829,349 

33,828,375 

33,828,375 

33,828,375 

33,926,195 

33,926,195 

33,807,935 

33,806,962 

33,806,962 

2,433,333 

2,433,333 

2,433,333 

2,433 333 

2, 433; 333 

2,433,333 

2,433,333 

2,433,333 

2,433,333 

2,433,333 

2,433,333 

2,433,333 

2,433,333 

2,433,333 

2,433,333 

2,433,333 

2,433,333 

2,433,333 

2,433,333 



eta. 

55 
55 
89 
89 
89 
89 
58 
56 
56 
23 
90 
90 
90 
88 
88 
88 
55 
55 
34 
34 
34 
34 
34 
34 
34 
34 
34 
34 
34 
34 
34 
34 
34 
34 
34 
34 
34 



52,982,913 
50,605,181 
50,019,457 
44,154,093 
26,710,116 
26,710,116 
26,701,842 
26,701,842 



33 

47 
02 
06 

(tl 
ill 
68 
68 



At 6 per cent 

interest, 
4£ per cent 
after 1915. 



34,565, 
34,291, 
34,289, 
34,289, 
34,253, 
35,099, 
34,852, 
35,907, 
30,604, 
30,610, 
28,789, 

27,556, 

20,019, 

14,038, 

12,614, 

9,254, 

7,320, 

5,956 

5,948, 

4,623, 

4,052, 

2.603, 

1,149, 

526, 

526, 

453. 

453 



cts. 

500 03 
993 38 
560 05 
560 05 
546 72 
860 04 
633 36 
726 59 
033 29 
846 62 
253 29 
039 96 
033 29 
386 66 
886 66 
939 99 
440 00 
800 00 
526 66 
820 01 
473 35 
180 02 
506 69 
573 34 
573 34 
573 34 
573 34 



24,333,333 33 



Total. 



67,069, 
66,795, 
75,847, 
75,847, 
75,811, 
76,486 
76,137, 
85,798, 
99,961, 
112,133, 
122,477, 
121,244 
128,307, 
137,024. 
135,601, 
132,122, 
130,187, 
153,157, 
168,691, 
172,247, 
171,675, 
176,601, 
188,239, 
189,563, 
195,826, 
198,804 
203,075, 
209,708, 
218,225, 
2 I 8,225, 
218,225, 
227,958, 
227,958, 
227,958, 
227,958, 
227,958, 
227,958, 
209,479, 
209,520, 
204,738, 
207,627, 
221,809, 
277,810, 
257,451, 
271.050. 
282,(124, 
258,679, 
302 842, 
338,369, 
362,703. 



cts. 

115 92 

609 27 
175 94 
175 94 
162 61 
655 93 
715 94 
049 15 
022 52 
529 18 
629 18 
415 85 
409 18 
582 53 
082 53 
875 86 
402 54 
095 87 
030 51 
082 55 
735 89 
775 89 
435 90 
169 21 
800 19 
342 12 
480 55 
837 95 
503 55 
503 55 
503 55 
836 88 
836 88 
836 88 
836 88 
836 88 
836 88 
618 80 
233 38 
350 72 
690 72 
567 45 
962 64 
059 20 
677 98 
279 47 
819 47 
485 08 
979 07 
312 40 



Interest. 



$ cts. 

3,692,297 45 
3,675,887 05 
4,062,254 39 
4,062,254 39 
4,060,093 59 
4,102,331 39 
4,082,412 15 
4,488,379 71 
4,948,824 77 
5,435,851 53 
5,813,173 97 
5,739,181 19 
5,870,960 78 
6,101,012 98 
6,015,602 99 
5,808,093 20 
5,691,974 52 
6,461,822 79 
6,732,848 86 
6,885,026 35 
6,850,745 57 
6,955,047 97 
7,260,567 58 
7,301,058 23 
7,547,367 16 
7,556,636 75 
7,699,370 91 
7,894,497 77 
8,125,664 40 
8,125,664 40 
8,125,664 40 
8,368,997 73 
8,368,997 73 
8,368,997 73 
8,368,997 72 
8,368,997 72 
8,368,997 73 
7,612,531 45 
7,610,555 66 
7.508,895 25 
7,426,840 57 
7,911,569 14 
9,891,308 85 
9,087,869 80 
9,460,917 34 
9,788,190 09 
8.896,923 09 
10,723,069 76 
12,144,099 22 
13,239,099 22 



Average 
interest. 



per cent. 



00 
50 
35 
35 
35 
36 
36 
23 
95 
84 
74 
73 
57 
45 
43 
39 
37 
22 
99 
99 
99 
94 
85 
85 
85 
80 
79 
76 
72 
72 
72 
67 
67 
67 
67 
67 
67 
63 
63 
66 
57 
56 
56 
53 
49 
47 
43 
54 
59 
65 



80 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Table X. — Comparative Statement of the Liabilities and Assets of Canada, from July 
1, 1867, to March 31, 1916, according to the rate of interest they bear. 



LIABILITIES. 



Year. 



1867 . 

1868.. 

1869.. 

1870.. 

1871 . . 

1872.. 

1873 . 

1874.. 

1875 . 

1876.. 

1877.. 

1878.. 

1879.. 

1880 . 

1881 . . 

1882.. 

1883. 

1884.. 

1885.. 

1886 . 

1887.. 

1888 . 

1889.. 

1890.. 

1891.. 

1892 . 

1893.. 

1894.. 

1895.. 

1896.. 

1897.. 

1898.. 

1899.. 

1900.. 

1901.. 

1902 . . 

1903 . . 

1904.. 

1905 . . 

1906.. 

1907 

(9mos. 

1908 . . 

1909.. 

1910.. 

1911.. 

1912.. 

1913.. 

1914.. 

1915.. 

1916.. 



Without 
interest. 



$ cts. 

5,540,631 46 
7,357,516 08 
16,126,758 75 
15,992,256 24 
15,309,448 81 
20,798,013 74 
24,148,529 23 
23,852,384 38 
22,435,678 60 
23,109,916 35 
22,211,254 14 
22,144,318 79 
22,867,335 83 
25,955,254 58 
26,904,266 58 
27,969,352 45 
28,138,176 05 
16,580,674 13 
16,888,486 64 
17,538,563 86 
16,137,025 14 
17,164,248 57 
16,358,590 82 
16,590,489 19 
17,546,896 91 
18,220,323 23 
19,310,137 44 
20,737,413 23 
20,512,348 06 
21,131,308 81 
23,082,647 91 
22,921,520 11 
25,392,922 42 
27,121,574 75 
32,087,432 54 
40,630,898 03 
42,452,071 49 
50,102,921 56 
61,966,81S 06 
71,503,730 51 

69,058,244 08 

122 45 
932 67 
298 30 
036 53 
199 64 
625 73 
793 07 
111 49 
807 46 



74,217, 
88,096, 
96,659, 
102,539, 
119,649, 
118,465, 
127,498, 
176.465, 
186,771, 



At varying 
rates. 



$ cts. 

1,475,965 20 

1,372,873 87 

49,080 91 

215,570 75 



1,460,000 00 
2,006,471 47 



3,893,875 87 

4,446,574 93 

133,767 39 



2,323,399 04 



At 2£ iter cent 
interest. 



% cts. 



2,920,000 00 
3,127,473 22 

1,657,659 61 

9,299,999 99 
13,606,333 32 
17,033,333 33 



8,273,333 32 
14,599,999 99 



4,866,666 66 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 

9,733,333 33 

9,733,333 33 
9,733,333 33 

7.748,245 83 
i, 888. 185 64 
4,888,185 64 
4,888,185 64 
4,888,185 64 
4,888,185 64 
4,888,185 64 



At 3 per cent 
interest. 



At 3£ per cent 
interest. 



% cts. 



i cts. 



• 6,375,333 33 

19,466,666 67 

19,466,666 67 

19,890,297 66 

31,599,199 14 

35,353,216 64 

41,907,887 4>) 

52,477,715 10 

54,419,247 33 

52,525,498 98 

106,085,014 18 

106,325,222 48 

109,651,311 40 

113,275,927 25 

115,849,343 43 

119.235,036 01. 

126,410,805 50 

123,078,947 33 

125,983,337 62 

128,649,874 82 



130,796 

131,643, 

118,41 

119,445, 

124,470. 

126,147, 

120,446, 

118,282, 

117,410, 



887 93 
100 16 
093 86 
437 20 
5;,1 70 
459 65 
446 81 
916 39 
283 23 



24,333,333 33 
31,976,911 31 
24,333,333 33 
25,574,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
24,333,333 33 
65,345,798 37 
63,785,859 49 
66,050,115 09 
69,032,049 50 
69,954,096 20 
71,938,811 96 
74,900,235 63 
79,674,046 43 
27,897,548 01 
31,725,181 34 
27,755,098 01 
27,632,698 01 
28,085,398 01 
28,035,764 67 
32,907,804 07 
34,880,732 07 
43,268,499 34 

41,786,906 00 

56.202,206 00 
80,582,739 33 
1L0,771,936 09 
153,534,236 01 
177,803,381 94 
177,70:4,271 94 
176,291,507 27 
237,737,691 49 
188,275,785 63 



At 3$ per cent 

interest \\ per 

cent after 

1915. 



S cts. 



2,500,000 :»o 

2,500.000 00 
2,500,000 00 
2,500.000 00 
2.500,000 00 
2.500,000 00 



419,540,684 50 



I'l HI.IC [<■<•<>! NTS 



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Table X — Comparative Statement of the Liabilities and Assets of Canada — Continued. 



LIABILITIES. 



Year. 



18G7 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

187G 

1S77 

1878 

1870 

18S0 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1384 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1801 

1892 

1893 

1S94 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1808 

1809 

1000 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1900 

1007 (9 mos) 

1908 

1909 

1010 

1011 

1912 

1913 

1914.'. 

1915 

1016. .... . 



At 4 per cent 
interest. 



At 5 per cent 

interest. 



1, 

1, 

8, 

10, 

10, 

11, 

12. 

22, 

41, 

53, 

66, 

67, 

82, 

98, 

105, 

114, 

110, 

136, 

182. 

109, 

200, 

206, 

100, 

156, 

160, 

150, 

149, 

149, 

147, 

146, 

144. 

143, 

143, 

143, 

143 

143, 

143, 

124, 

123, 

118 

108, 

106 

82, 

49, 

24 

18, 

12, 

63, 

99, 

100, 



320 
482. 
462 
oss, 
784 
535, 
182 
000. 
407 
484 
048 
007 
30S. 
720, 
806, 
305 
440, 
005 
816 
315 
240, 
885, 
016 
809, 
117 
037 
583, 
526, 
038, 
994 
208, 
709 
731 
794 
767, 
800, 
770 
701 
062 
015, 
239 
463! 
814 
916 
890 
105 
421 
376 
789 
859 



020 
309 

349 

455 
737 
686 
426 
630 
278 
907 
861 
001 
380 
249 
671 
461 
440 
224 
345 
100 
843 
433 
662 
439 
136 
059 
711 
257 
124 
106 
595 
497 
700 
506 
498 
655 
888 
710 
308 
108 
400 
809 
596 
003 
709 
714 
941 
328 
349 
369 



cts. 

36 
41 
19 
77 
01 
42 
95 
30 
48 
35 
22 
60 
33 
29 
99 
68 
97 
IS 
06 
78 
18 
(iO 
75 
75 
92 
81 
79 
16 
05 
70 
87 
02 
76 
04 
38 
96 
58 
60 
27 
47 
66 
80 
03 
64 
33 
66 
83 
28 
60 
91 



$ cts. 

39,105,464 06 

38,842,604 18 

41. 150.757 78 

41.715.796 57 
42,421,848 16 

42.982.700 32 
45,507,104 92 
47,581,300 06 
46,506,339 70 
46,2S1,617 45 

46.085.697 04 
4(5.180,032 79 
46,646,224 26 
52,110,026 68 
51,071,759 81 
50,707,998 26 
44,028,810 89 
56,663,970 74 
25,088,176 22 
25,378,045 41 
25,200,173 65 
25,179,146 25 
24,825,223 01 
25,712,231 90 
25,588,639 33 
25,011,633 88 
21,026,312 66 

24.823.701 07 
24,7L2,924 63 
27,010,137 10 
26,914,412 74 
26,804,687 31 
27,021,916 20 
26,055,228 60 
20,976,189 10 
26,08 .,055 15 
16,831,284 24 
1! 1, 805, 002 18 
10,812,604 85 
16,895,034 19 
14,570,569 2L 
15,142,472 03 
15,147,924 14 

15.564.797 33 
15,571,041 01 
15,104,152 07 

15.169.758 60 

15.172.698 86 
20,172,698 86 

190,559,250 35 



At per cent 
interest. 



$ Cts, 

42,724,770 65 

44.468.162 66 
46,273,051 76 
47,081,627 43 
46,976,648 78 
47,083,778 88 
46,445,371 09 
47,729,227 59 
39,307,633 37 
38,328,246 71 
36,436 146 70 
35,178,440 70 

27.528.163 40 
17,830,010 13 
15,988,839 13 
12,202,430 58 
10,251,658 30 

8,800,213 83 
7,033,688 20 
6,599,288 73 
6,035,251 13 
4,570,346 81 
2,821,586 15 
2,187,669 22 
2,170,309 31 
2,090,943 91 
1,858,066 71 
1,398,667 91 
1,368,831 07 
1,253,501 16 
1,258,262 74 
1,224,384 27 
1,230,025 02 
1,105,836 89 
1,258,053 82 
1,272,802 68 
1,285,720 05 
1,300,874 27 
1,323,655 29 
1,340,073 71 
1,3(17,748 37 
1,307,326 72 
1,427,554 71 
1,446,256 14 
1,553,383 18 
1,603,272 16 
1,666,105 84 
1,733,959 60 
1,836,018 1,4 
1,950,593 02 



At 7 per cent 
interest. 



$ cts, 

2,873,200 00 
3,373,200 00 



A 41, pour 100 

d'interet. 

3 J pour 100 

apres 1008. 

2,394,000 00 

2,394/00 00 

2,391.000 00 

52,082,913 33 

50,605,181 47 

50,019,457 02 

44,154,003 06 

20,710,116 01 

26,710,116 01 

26,701,842 68 

26,701,842 68 



Total. 



$ cts. 

03,046,051 73 
06,806,606 20 
112,361,008 30 
115,993,706 76 
115,492,682 76 
122,400,170 30 
129,743,432 19 
141,163,551 33 
151,663,401 62 
161,204,687 86 
174,675,834 97 
174,957,268 96 
170,483,871 21 
194,634,440 68 
100,861,537 51 
205,305,251 97 
202,159,104 30 
242,482,410 21 
204.703,607 43 
273,164,341 11 
273,187,626 43 
284,513,841 89 
287,722,062 76 
286,112,295 10 
289,809,229 62 
205,333,274 10 
300,054,524 74 
308,348,023 96 
318,048,754 87 
325,717,536 73 
332,530,131 33 
338,375,0S4 23 
345,160,002 54 
346,206,97i> 92 
354,732,432 52 
300,358,476 59 
361,344,008 37 
364,902,512 17 
377,678,579 80 
392,269,680 39 
379,906,826 02 
408,207,158 25 
478,535,427 02 
470,603,015 99 
474,941,487 49 
508,338,501 77 
483,232,555 24 
544,391,368 86 
700,473,814 37 
9 56,987,802 42 



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Table X. — Comparative Statement of the Liabilities and Assets of Canada. — Continued. 



LIABILITIES. 



ASSETS. 



Year. 



1867 

1808 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882...: 

1883 

1884 '.. 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 „ 

1983 . .- 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 (9 months) 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915. 

1910 



Total 
interest. 



$ cts. 



4,851 

4,974, 

5,188, 

5,355, 

5,371, 

5,435, 

5,549, 

6,122, 

6,340, 

6,753, 

7,132, 

7,100, 

7,281, 

7,625, 

7,748, 

7,848, 

7,609, 

9,657. 

10,162. 

10,489, 

10,526 

10,851, 

10,842, 

10,560, 

10,675, 

10,683, 

10,817, 

11,001, 

11,291, 

11,560, 

11,675, 

11,564. 

11,707 

11,675, 

11,783, 

11,879, 

11,471, 

11,213, 

11,250 

11,386, 

10,906, 

11,435, 

13,247, 

12,470, 

12,914, 

13,242 

12,485, 

14,687, 

18,103, 

30,295, 



710 

279 
641 
614 
082 
599 
374 
844 
056 
171 
408 
033 
018 
065 
785 
764 
158 
227 
275 
130 
859 
882 
889 
352 
555 
742 
967 
880 
490 
016 
583 
375 
667 
576 
822 
500 
179 
803 
777 
164 
890 
329 
181 
165 
045 
330 
312 
797 
200 
088 



70 
93 
90 
96 
30 
19 
57 
30 
39 
so 
11 
17 
07 
90 
21 
76 
49 
00 
so 
64 
14 
13 
48 
24 

ss 

63 
50 
41 
ill 
73 
46 
22 
96 
57 
69 
12 
13 
67 
37 
97 
92 
42 
43 
91 
so 
68 
64 
46 
45 
44 



Average 

rate ol 

interest. 



21 
13 
62 
(il 
65 
44 
33 
28 
18 
18 
08 
05 

00 
91 
87 
82 
76 
98 
84 
84 
85 
81 
79 
69 
68 
62 
60 
57 
55 
54 
51 
II 
39 
37 
32 
24 
17 
08 
98 
90 
87 
80 
76 
65 
62 
60 
58 
7(> 
58 
23 



Without 

interest. 



$ cts, 

1,463,690 84 

4,209,856 29 

15,812,184 66 

15,675,193 64 

14,366,317 84 

18,107,041 19 

20,513,788 37 

21,408,907 41 

22,107,852 14 

21,167,884 23 

22,256,314 13 

22,316,036 10 

23,334,300 66 

24,778,812 88 

26,627,752 69 

26,829,052 85 

21,524,762 67 

■ 9,723,888 91 

10,203,605 48 

14,748,758 45 

10,283,517 25 

10,921,419 03 

9,945,182 80 

8,576,100 98 

9,615,076 45 

10,202,283 25 

11,700,649 44 

13,858,251 39 

14,734,803 47 

13,729,712 84 

15,118,098 48 

16,059,770 38 

17,725,920 85 

20,140,583 77 

22,602,735 50 

27,546,390 07 

35,500,382 24 

42,302,418 52 

48,877,013 45 

61,257,031 84 

53,581,60:. 90 

62,386,728 79 

70,625,532 45 

89,567,739 86 

90,066,199 50 

107,033,127 78 

106,835,624 20 

113,144,174 95 

112,869,581 49 

143,618,953 99 



At Varyng 
rate. 



f 



cts. 



3,174,660 16 

3,162,825 75 

1,460,116 25 

353,960 99 

677,754 14 

341,756 57 

301,756 57 

301,756 57 

787,703 70 

1,615,987 86 

5,297,169 70 

484,863 05 

601,491 21 

999,852 32 

177,378 98 

173,458 80 

173,262 70 

461,516 89 

344,185 96 

2,163,215 04 



At 2\ per cent 
interest. . 



cts. 



4,900,000 00 



940, 

19.696 

336, 

2,491 

15,469, 

1,899, 

13,241, 

4,574, 

43.710. 



000 00 
776 85 
240 51 
093 35 
839 16 
466 92 
778 55 
656 83 
945 33 



1,669,324 09 

3,444,3Sl 04 

4.484,448 45 

4,683,407 51 

5,102,254 55 

5,211,889 05 

5,211,889 31 

5,237.585 65 

5,237,585 64 

5,237,585 65 

5,357.139 29 

4.891,803 02 

3,372,-051 78 

511,991 61 

511,991 61 

511,991 61 

511,991 61 

511,991 61 

511.991 61 



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ASSETS. 



Year. 



18G7 

1808 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

187!) 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1SS7 

18*!8 

188!) 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

189 1 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1900 

1907 (9 aionths). 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 



At 3 per cent 
interest. 



$ eta 



2,000,000 00 



390,000 00 
15,000 00 
15,000 00 



434, 
5,564, 
3,356, 
4,743, 
6,624, 
8,711, 
10,662, 
11,892, 
13,584, 
14,844. 
15,361, 
16,068, 
18,489 
17,840, 
19,620 
21,544, 
22,740, 
23,375, 
24,810, 
25,792, 
27,449, 
28,479. 
14,883, 
10,003. 
15,045, 
20,401, 
35,745, 
42,018, 
42,083, 



717 42 
375 59 
044 12 
422 29 
845 79 
227 59 
540 19 
870 18 
053 04 
344 56 
384 20 
811 90 
111 74 
146 16 
481 55 
060 02 
830 14 
784 44 
333 05 
403 82 
737 17 
737 15 
455 29 
103 06 
018 87 
660 07 
544 65 
071 29 
943 28 



At 3\ P er cent 
interest. 



cts. 



At 4 per cent 
interest. 



cts. 



4,883,089 49 
5,055,492 89 
3,584,778 18 



1,000,000 00 
2,100,000 00 
3,853,066 67 



4,087, 
1,122, 
1,888, 
2,713, 
2,923, 
2,959, 
2,860, 
2,916, 
2.978, 
2^87, 
2,985, 
2,985, 
4,219, 
4,459, 
4,374, 
4,374, 
3,337. 
5,508, 
5,595, 
5,925, 
5,721, 
6,083, 
5,931, 
6,014, 
6,305, 
7,057, 
6,139, 
6,611, 
11,960, 
15,382. 
19,855, 
20,132, 
28,732. 



093 28 
015 40 
350 53 
802 18 
825 72 
409 42 
377 73 
738 15 
089 89 
221 98 
717 13 
717 13 
783 80 
921 03 
881 03 
881 03 
120 00 
978 15 
580 40 
059 73 
S83 67 
341 12 
013 87 
347 20 
662 33 
056 43 
951 25 
547 31 
418 30 
229 18 
200 82 
047 70 
148 75 



2,708,234 70 
2,070,170 03 
1,384,117 30 
1,042,058 09 



2,280, 
4,802, 
5,993, 
3,059, 
4,082, 
6,025 
0,105, 
11,205, 
10,583, 
19,017, 
19,493, 
20,549, 
22,234, 
21,141, 
21,808, 
22,514, 
23,007, 
23,102, 
23,186, 
22,933, 
23,029, 
24.633 
25,522, 
25,910, 
26,160, 
23,098, 
24,423, 
25,552, 
27,012, 
23,462, 
23; 848, 
23,961 
21,632 
23,698, 
19,122 
16,405, 
15,802, 
15,174, 
14.005, 
22,799 
29,978, 
31,300, 



213 29 
955 47 
492 04 
680 00 
972 82 
457 45 
150 79 
294 49 
133 14 
019 37 
197 79 
916 68 
816 47 
398 83 
474 00 
851 09 
091 07 
731 08 
533 50 
006 57 
305 93 
665 77 
878 94 
706 47 
337 45 
350 10 
049 35 
031 41 
830 49 
384 27 
696 10 
587 96 
231 97 
349 93 
888 68 
407 85 
,070 73 
080 07 
753 24 
438 55 
530 87 
794 71 



At \) 2 per cent 

interest, 

3f per cent 

after 1908. 



cts. 



140,000 00 



1,185,252 88 
550,409 01 
225,159 88 
225,159 88 
225,159 88 
225,159 88 
225,159 88 
044,006 55 



At 5 per cent 
interest. 



$ cts. 

12,244,725 90 

13,334,215 96 

14,019,390 12 

14,358,230 70 

15,362,739 09 

15,011,582 22 

7,680,488' 47 

9,735,918 01 

9,087,249 55 

7,074,341 29 

6,467,177 88 

6,674,614 98 

7,309,328 67 

8,176,112 25 

8,041,276 38 

8.686.123 44 
10,487,533 05 
25,750,419 36 
36,408,043 70 
10,111,302 50 
10,130,043 15 

9,412,791 32 

9,821,983 12 

11,220,550 48 

11,724,737 80 

11,271,350 30 

11,705,319 27 

11,703,919 20 

11,709,505 07 

11,030,728 51 

11,024,731 86 

11,021,899 15 

11,090,471 03 

11,141,980 91 

11,172,552 10 

11,112,042 99 

4,542,887 97 

4,565,387 66 

4,031,992 44 

4,028,550 28 

4,036,788 59 

4,048,680 90 

3,545,500 39 

3.139.124 11 
3,128,263 95 
2,998,S94 73 
3,009,044 46 
2,871,109 71 

33,925,378 16 
29,433.747 19 



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-Comparative Statement of the Liabilities and Assets of Canada, etc. — Con. 



ASSETS. 



Year. 



18G7 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 . 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893.... 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

19C5 

1906 

1907 (9 mos.). 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 



At 6 per cent 

interest. 

4i per cent after 

1914. 



!j> Cts. 

434,333 46 

432,633 46 

442,853 46 

437,313 46 

939,743 79 

1,525,890 47 

1,392,937 14 

1,392,094 92 

1,392,004 92 

1,394,002 93 

1,420,371 59 

1,359,998 26 

1,165,590 49 

1,202,617 17 

1,024,198 27 

881,604 94 

768,698 28 

680,628 14 

664,266 96 

543,684 82 

511,476 32 

248,331 41 

92,536 12 

44,558 93 

22,533 35 

22,533 35 

22,533 35 

21,560 00 

21,560 00 

21,560 00 

21,560 00 

21,560 00 

21,560 00 

21,560 00 

21,560 00 



262,313 33 
1,188,439 99 



Total Assets. 



$ cts. 



17,317, 

21.139 

36,502, 

37,783, 

37,786, 

40,216, 

29,894, 

32,838, 

35,655, 

36,653, 

41,440, 

34,495, 

36,493, 

42,182. 

44,465, 

51,703, 

43,692, 

60,320, 

68,295, 

50,005, 

45,873, 

49,982, 

50,192. 

48,579, 

52,090, 

54,202, 

58,373. 

62,164, 

64,973, 

67,220, 

70,991 

74,419, 

78,886, 

80,713, 

86,252. 

94,529, 

99,737, 

104,094, 

111,454, 

125,226. 

116,294, 

130,246, 

154,605, 

134,3.^4, 

134,899, 

168,419, 

168,930, 

208,391, 

251,097, 

321;831, 



410 36 

531 46 

679 19 

964 31 

165 11 

107 32 

970 55 

586 91 

023 60 

173 78 

525 94 

199 05 

683 85 

852 07 

757 11 

601 19 

,389 84 

565 95 

915 29 

234 02 

715 37 

483 73 

021 11 

083 33 

199 11 

162 04 

485 13 

994 48 

827 78 

103 96 

534 87 

585 32 

363 90 

173 03 

428 83 

386 97 

109 50 

793 57 

413 20 

702 64 

966 13 

298 41 

147 85 

499 66 

435 39 

13 06 

92!) 56 

518 72 

731 16 

631 40 



Total Interest. 



$ cts. 



783,187 

806,968 

929,268 

1,001,452 

1,068,269 

1,033,282 

467,900 

570,316 

629,091 

673,955 

648,680 

566,718 

616,765 

75(5,980 

798,243 

1,078,325 

1,005,771 

2,272,240 

2,694,333 

1,501,927 

1,521,568 

1,507,820 

1,649,894 

1,655,407 

1,753,333 

1,792,007 

1,882,968 

1,928,186 

1,993,230 

2,093,408 

2,174,872 

2,244,514 

2,323,525 

2,265,911 

2,381,946 

2,489,723 

2,291,673 

2,179,532 

2,198,208 

2,061,462 

2,182,312 

2,330,586 

2,205,342 

1,579,520 

1,523,636 

1,648,140 

2,088,i >7S 

2,844,079 

5,121,621 

7,2S6,104 



38 
26 
20 
06 
50 
50 
05 
1!) 
29 
4') 
89 
20 
(!) 
9.3' 
11 
32 
77 
77 
14 
85 
57 
So 
04 
(II 
02 
65 
88 
11 
45 
(17 
90 
(il 
17 
15 
96 
72 
7:; 
78 
L9 
37 
71 
80 
69 
75 
79 
45 
45 
78 
34 
53 



Average 

rate 

of interest. 



4 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
I 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
2 
2 



■35 

•77 

■53 

•65 

■88 

■57 

56 

■74 

•76 

•83 

•55 

63 

•69 

•79 

79 

08 

•29 

76 

•94 

00 

•31 

•02 

28 

41 

•36 

30 

•23 

10 

07 

11 

06 

00 

■94 

•80 

•75 

•63 

■30 

09 

■97 

•64 

87 

•78 

•42 

17 

13 

97 

•23 

•36 

39 

■26 



Total Debt. 



S cte. 



93,046, 
96,896, 
112,361, 
115,993, 
115,492. 
122,400, 
129,743, 
141,163, 
151,663, 
161,204, 
174,675, 
174,957, 
179,483, 
194,634, 
199,861 
105,365, 
202,159, 
242,482 
264,703, 
273,164, 
273,187, 
284,513, 
287,722, 
286,112, 
289,899, 
295,333, 
300,054, 
308,348, 
318,048, 
325,717, 
332,530 
338,375, 
345,160, 
346,206, 
354,732. 
366,358, 
361,344, 
364,962, 
377,ii7s. 
392,269, 
379,966, 
408,207, 
478,535, 
470,663, 
474,941, 
508,338, 
483,232. 
544,391, 
700,473, 
936,987, 



091 73 
666 20 
998 39 
706 76 
682 76 
179 36 
432 19 
551 33 
401 62 
687 86 
834 97 
26S 96 
871 21 
440 68 
537 51 
251 97 
104 30 
416 21 
607 43 
341 11 
626 43 
841 S9 
062 76 
295 10 
229 62 
274 10 
524 74 
023 96 
754 87 
536 73 
131 33 
984 23 
902 54 
979 92 
432 52 
476 59 
098 37 
512 17 
579 80 
680 39 
826 09 
158 25 
427 02 
045 99 
487 42 
591 77 
555 24 
368 86 
814 37 
802 12 



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fear. 



1S07 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871... . 
1872.. .. 
1873. ... 

1874 

1875 

1876. .. 

1877 

1878 

1879 

18S0 

1881 

1882 

1883. ... 

1884 

1885. ... 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1S93 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1S97 

1898 

1899 



1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907(9 mos. 

1908.. 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

191'5 

1916 



Total Assets. 



$ cts. 

17.317,410 36 

21,139,531 46 

36,502,679 19 

37,783,964 31 

37,786,165 11 

40,213,107 32 

29,894,970 55 

32,838,586 91 

35,655,023 60 

38,653,173 78 

41,440.525 94 

34,595,199 05 

36,493,683 85 

42,182,852 07 

44,465,757 11 

51,708,601 14 

51,703,601 19 

60,320,5(55 95 

68,295,915 29 

50,005,234 02 

45,873,713 37 

49,982,483 73 

50,192,021 11 

48,579,083 33 

52,095,199 11 

54,201,839 66 

58,373,485 13 

62,164,994 48 

64,973,827 78 

67,220,103 96 

70,991,534 87 

74,419,585 32 

78,886,363 90 

80,713,173 03 

86,252,428 83 

91,529,386 97 

99,737,109 50 

104,094,793 57 

111,154,413 2D 

125,226,702 64 

116,294,966 13 

130,246,298 41 

154,605,147 85 

134,394,499 66 

13l,S99,135 39 

168,419,131 06 

168,930,929 56 

208,394,518 72 

251,097,731 16 

321,831,631 40 



Net Debt. 



$ cts 

75,728,641 37 
75,757,134 74 
75,859,319 20 
78,209,742 45 
77,706,517 65 
82,187,072 04 
99,848,461 64 
108,324,964 42 
116,008,378 02 
124,551,514 08 
133,235,309 03 
140,362,069 91 
142,990,187 36 
152,451,588 61 
155,395,780 40 
153,661,650 78 
158,466,714 46 
182,161,850 26 
196,407,692 14 
223,159,107 09 
227,313,911 06 
234,531,358 16 
237,530,041 65 
237,533,211 77 
237,809,030 51 
241,131,434 44 
241,681,039 61 
246,183,029 48 
253,074,927 09 
258,497,432 77 
261,538,596 46 
263,956,398 91 
268.274,538 64 
265,493,806 89 
268,840,003 69 
271,829,089 62 
261,600,988 87 
260,867,718 60 
266,224. 166 60 
267,042,977 75 
263,671,859 96 
277,960,859 84 
323,930,279 17 
336,268,516 33 
340,042,052 03 
339,919,460 71 
314,301,625 68 
335,996,850 14 
449,370,083 21 
615,156,171 02 



Interest (calculated on balance at 
the close of the year) . 



On Liabilities. 



$ cts 

4,851,710 70 ! 

4,974,279 93 

5,188,641 90 

5,355,614 96 ' 

" 5,371,082 30 | 

5,435,599 19 

5,549,374 57 

5,122,844 30 

6,340,056 39 

6,753,171 89 

7,132,408 11 

7,100,033 17 

7,281,018 07 

7,625,065 90 

7,748,785 21 

' 7 ,848, 764 76 

7,609,158 49 

9,657,227 00 

10,162,275 80 

10,489,130 64 

10,526,859 14 

10,849,424 13 

10.842.889 48 
10,560,352 24 
10,675,555 38 
10,683,742 63 
10,817,967 50 
11,001,880 41 
11,291,490 91 
11,560,016 73 
11,675,583 46 
11,564,375 22 
11,707,667 96 
11,675,576 57 
11,783,822 69 
11,879,500 12 
11,471,179 13 
11,243,803 67 
11,250,777 37 

11.386.164 97 

10.906.890 92 

11.435.329 42 
13,247,181 43 

12.470.165 91 
12,914,045 80 

13.242.330 68 
12,485,312 64 
14,687,797 46 
18,103,200 45 
30,295,088 44 



On Assets. 



S cts. 

753,187 48 

806.968 26 

929,268 20 

1,001,452 06 

1,068,269 50 

1,033,282 50 

467,900 85 

570,316 19 

629,091 29 

673,955 49 

648,680 89 

566,718 20 

616,765 49 

756,980 93 

798,243 11 

1,078,325 32 

1,005,771 77 

2,272,240 77 

2,694,333 14 

1,501,927 85 

1,521,568 57 

1,507,820 83 

1,649,894 04 

1.655.407 63 
1,753,333 02 
1,792,007 65 
1,882,968 88 
1,928,186 11 
1,993,230 45 

2.093.408 67 
2,174,872 90 
2,244,514 61 
2,323,525 17 
2,265,911 15 
2,381,946 96 
2,489,723 72 
2,291,673 73 
2,179,532 78 
2,198,208 19 
2,061,462 37 
2,182,342 71 
2,330,586 80 
2,205,342 69 
1,579,520 75 
1,523,636 79 
1,648,140 45 

2.088.078 45 

2.844.079 78 
5,121,621 34 
7,280,104 53 



86 



DEPARTMENT OF FIX A \<i: 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Taijle X. — Comparative Statement of the Liabilities and Assets of Canada, etc. — Con. 



Years. 



Interest (calculated 
on balance at the 
close of the yeai). 



Net interest. 



18(37 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

18S2 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894..' .... 

1895 

1896 

1897 

189S . . 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 (!) mos) 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 . . . 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 



$ cts. 

4,098,523 22 
4,167,311 67 
4,259,373 70 
4.354,162 90 
4,302,812 80 
4,402,316 69 
5,081,473 92 
5,552,528 11 
5,710,965 10 
6,079,216 40 
6,483,727 22 
6,533,314 97 
6,664,252 58 
6,868,084 97 
6,950,542 10 
6,770,439 44 
6,603,386 72 
7,384,986 23 
7,467,942 66 
8,987,202 79 
9,005,290 57 
9,341,603 30 
9,192,995 44 
8,904,944 61 
8,922,222 36 
8,891,734 98 
8,934,998 62 
9,073,694 30 
9,29 S 260 46 
9,466,607 06 
9,500,710 56 
9,319,860 61 
9,384.142 79 
9,409,665 42 
9,401,875 73 
9,389,776 40 
9,179,505 40 
9,064,270 89 
9,052,569 18 
9,324,702 60 
8,724,548 21 
9,104.742 62 
11,041,838 74 
10,890,645 16 
11,390,409 01 
11,594,190 23 
10,397,234 19 
11,843,717 68 
12,981,579 11 
23,008,983 91 



Average. 


541 


5 


50 





63 


5 


56 


5 


54 


5 


38 


5 


09 


5 


12 


4 


92 


4 


88 


4 


85 


4 


65 


4 


52 


4 


50 


4 


47 


4 


42 


4 


16 


4 


06 


3 


80 


4 


02 


3 


96 


3 


99 


3 


86 


3 


75 


3 


75 


3 


68 


3 


69 


3 


69 


3 


67 


3 


66 


3 


63 


3 


52 


3 


52 


3 


54 


3 


50 


3 


45 


3 


51 


3 


47 


3 


40 


3 


49 


3 


30 


3 


27 


3 


40 


3 


23 


3 


35 


3 


41 


3 


30 


3 


52 


2 


89 


3 


74 



Interest Paid. 



$ cts. 

4,501,568 33 

4,907,013 71 

5,047,054 24 

5,165,304 24 

5,257,230 64 

5,209,205 97 

5,724,436 31 

6,590,790 19 

6,400,902 07 

6,797,227 25 

7,048,883 55 

7,194,734 14 

7,773,868 75 

7,594,144 88 

7,740,804 47 

7,668,552 89 

7,700,180 61 

9,419,482 19 

10,137,008 66 

9,682,928 87 

9,823,313 00 

10,148,931 97 

9,656,841 16 

9,584,136 74 

9,763,978 34 

9,806,888 45 

10,212,596 13 

10,466,294 44 

10,502,429 90 

10,645,663 27 

10,516,757 90 

10,855,111 84 

10,699,645 20 

10,807,954 65 

10,975,935 15 

11,068,139 17 

11,128,636 72 

10,630,115 05 

10,814,697 40 

6,712,771 14 

10,973,596 88 

11,604,584 23 

13,098,160 61 

12,535,850 81 

12,259,396 56 

12,605,882 48 

12,893,504 95 

15,736,742 94 

21,421,584 86 



Less Actual 

Interest 

on Investment. 



Net Interest. 



$ cts. 

126,419 84 

313,021 20 

383,955 91 

554,383 72 

488,041 54 

396,403 94 

610,863 00 

840,886 65 

798,905 95 

717,684 31 

605,774 22 

592,500 04 

834,792 67 

751,513 49 

914,009 27 

1,001,192 96 

986,698 37 

1,997,035 51 

2,299,078 91 

990,886 69 

932,025 35 

1,305,392 25 

1,082,271 36 

1,077,228 14 

1,086,419 93 

1,150,166 51 

1,217,808 97 

1,336,046 94 

1,370,000 56 

1,443,003 84 

1,513,454 58 

1,590,447 91 

1,683,050 51 

1,784,833 79 

1,892,224 09 

2,020,953 04 

2,236,255 93 

2,105,031 41 

2,140,312 06 

1,235,746 06 

1,925,569 07 

2,256,643 13 

2,807,464 94 

1,668,773 16 

1,281,317 41 

1,430,511 28 

1,964,541 33 

2,980,246 S7 

3,358,210 13 



S cts. 

4,375,148 49 
4,593,992 51 
4,663,098 33 
4,610,920 52 
4,769,189 10 
4,812,802 03 
5,113,573 31 
5,749,903 54 
5,601,996 12 
6,079,542 94 
6,443,109 33 
6,602,234 10 
6,939,076 08 
6,842,631 39 
6,826,795 20 
6,667,359 93 
6,713,482 24 
7,422,446 68 
7,837,929 75 
8,692,042 18 
8,891,287 65 
8,843,539 72 
8,574,569 80 
8,506,908 60 
8,677,558 41 
8,656,722 30 
8,994,787 16 
9,130,247 50 
9,132,429 34 
9,202,659 43 
9,003,303 32 
9,264,661 93 
9.016,594 69 
9,023,120 86 
9,083,711 06 
9,047,186 13 
8,892,380 79 
8,525,082 04 
8,674,385 34 
5,477.025 08 
9,048,027 81 
9,347,941 10 
10,290,6:0 07 
10,867,077 65 
10,978,079 15 
11,175,371 20 
10,928,963 62 
12.756,496 07' 
18,063,374 73 



7 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 A. 1917 



EXPENDITURE ON CAPITAL ACCOUNTS, CANADIAN PACIFIC 

RAILWAY, DEBTS ALLOWED TO THE PROVINCES AND 

NORTHWEST TERRITORIES EXPENDITURE. 



88 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Expenditure on Railways, Canals, other Public Works, Dominion Lands, and 

Provinces, and N.W. 



Year. 



1868 . . 
1809 . . 

1870 . . 

1871 . . 

1872 . . 

1873 . . 

1874 . . 

1875 . 

1876 . . 

1877 . . 

1878 . . 
187!) . . 

1880 . . 

1881 . . 

1882 . . 

1883 . . 

1884 . . 

1885 . . 

1886 . . 

1887 . . 

1888 . . 

1889 . . 

1890 . . 

1891 . . 

1892 . . 

1893 . . 

1894 . . 

1895 . . 
1896 

1897 . 

1898 . . 

1899 . 

1900 . . 

1901 . . 

1902 . . 

1903 . 

1904 . 

1905 .. 

1906 . . 

1907 (9m) 

1908 . 

1909 . 

1910 . 

1911 . 

1912 . 

1913 . 

1 914 . 

1915 . 

1916 . 



Canals. 



$ cts. 

51,498 18 
130,141 80 



255,645 75 

256,547 27 
1,189,591 91 
1,714,830 37 
2,388,733 46 
4,131,374 30 
3,843,338 62 
3,004,098 01 
2,123,3c* 34 
2,077,028 49 
1,047,758 54 
1,703,001 97 
1,577,295 42 
1,504,621 47 
1,333,324 80 
1,783,698 16 
1,033,118 34 

972,918 43 
1,026,364 24 
1,280,725 15 
1,463,279 19 
2,069,573 30 
3,027,164 19 
2,452,273 65 
2,258,778 97 
2,348,636 91 
3,207,249 79 
3,899,877 31 
2,639,564 93 
2,300,509 89 
2,114,689 88 
1 823,273 61 
1,880,787.20 
2,071,593 72 
1,552,121 21 

887,838 61 
1,723,156 07 
i;873.868 45 
1,050,706 64 
2,349,474 59 
2,500,938 11 
2,259,257 45 
2,829,661 34 
5,190,790 03 
6,170,952 70 



Canadian 

Pacific 
Railway. 



$ cts, 



30,148 32 

489,428 16 

561,818 44 

310,224 88 

1,546,241 07 

3,346,567 00 

1,691,149 97 

2,228,373 13 

2,240,285 47 

4,044,522 72 

4,968,503 93 

4,589,075 79 

10,033,800 01 

11,192,722 02 

9,900,281 53 

3,672,584 81 

915,05.7 49 

52,098 65 

SO. 716 07 

40,980 54 

37 307 00 

• 166,211 39 

413,836 49 

146,539 87 

49,209 77 

65,669 49 

14,054 50 

692 17 

8,418 

236 

8,978 



53 
11 

87 



448 70 



33,076 39 



600 00 
937 77 



Debts 
allowed to 
Provinces. 



$ cts. 



1,666,200 00 

13,859,07!) 84 

4,927,060 74 



Dortiinion 
Lands. 



S cts. 



7,172,297 92, 

5,420 39| 

3,113,333 80 



267,020 43 



2,918 35 



334,681 41 

511,882 32 

556,869 77 

723,658 01 

303,592 66 

130,653 66 

162,391 67 

135,047 82 

130,084 85 

133,832 20 

94,847 00 

80,735 33 

115,038 39 

119,140 58 

99,842 251 

82,184 15 

91,411 80 

127,504 71 

151.212 0s 
199,470 09 
209,000 90 
370,837 97 
449,512 20 
748,85') 23 
794,409 83 
599.780 01 
520,582 61 

708.213 94 
7'- )7, 740 71 
785,157 52 

■ 5,508 50 



Intercolonial 

and 

connected 

Railways 

Miscellaneous 



$ cts, 



455,249 

282,615 

1,693,228 

2,866,376 

5,131,141 

5,019,239 

3,614,898 

3,420,099 

1,108,321 

1,318,352 

408,810 

220,039 

2,048,014 

0j)3.732 

585,568 

1,610,032 

2,689,689 

1,247,006 

765,967 

926,029 

1,713,487 

2,023,137 

2,351,787 

1,184,317 

316,783 

299,080 

439,209 

327,605 

260,395 

190,569 

252,756 

1,081,929 

3,255.348 

3,033.836 

4,626,841 

2,251,266 

1,879,566 

14,755,577 

3,705.170 

1,512.490 

1,309,737 

3,874, 480 

1,278,409 

763,833 

1,710,448 

§2,406,987 

4,317,999 

6,914.970 

7,861.899 



77 

18 

83 

14 
51 
70 
81 
55 
59 

10 
74 
10 
60 
80 
70 
96 
40 
45 
03 
69 
40 
30 
45 
31 
96 
95 
14 
06 
54 
81 
SO 
74 
29 
57 



Public 
Works. 



S cts. 



41,689 

8,548 



68,745 
99,517 
135,963 
189,484 
267,839 
258,833 
170,120 
77,179 
8,730 
187,309 
70,949 
119,869 
491,376 
182,306 
500,201 
353,043 
963,778 
575,408 
3,220,925 
515,702 
221,389 
181,877 
102,058 
102,392 
114,825 
129,237 
304,017 
385,094 
1,089,827 
1,006,983 
05 2,190,125 
08 1,268,004 
29 1,334,390 
86 1,042,042 
90 2,359,528 
1,797,871 
2,909,049 
2,832,295 
4,514.00. 
3,742,717 
4,110,385 
6,057,514 
10,100,016 
11,049,029 
8,471.228 



55 
711 
22 
45 
14 
50 
63 
88 
65 
mi 



Hudson 

Bay 
Railway. 



S Cts. 



92,427 S3 

53,042 63 

184,149 81 

159,632 00 

1,0! 19. 003 15 

4.408.717 25 

4.773,743 99 

4, St 7,131 77 



98,115,105 30 62,789,770 09 31,010,419 12 10,425,395 92100,291,552 19 70,722,007 02 15,747,908 43 

* Including $2,725,504.10 for the improvement of the St. Lawrence, spent during the previous years 
by Montreal Harbour Commission. 

+ Including $17,955.93, cost of new car for the Governor General. 
X .. 38,582.89 

6 „ 15,000.00 



1THUC \CCOUNTS 



89 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 



Militia, chargeable to Capital, the Canadian Pacific Railway, Debts allowed to the 
Territories Expenditure. 



Quebec Bridge. 



$ cts. 



National 
Trans- 
continental 
Railway. 



$ Ct8. 



6,421,781 00 
100,000 00 
227,563 40 
1,153,778 27 
1,512,823 96 
2,604,105 61 
2,816,305 10 
2,746,813 70 



6,249 40 

778,491 28 

1,841,269 95 

5,537,867 50 

18,910,253 58 

24, 892, 35 L 23 

19,968,064 31 

23,487,986 19 

21,110,352 05 

13,767,011 44 

12,670,100 17 

9,831,937 58 

7,078,451 69 



Prince 

Ed ward 

Island 

Kailwav. 



cts. 



46,086 63 
42,546 10 
200,000 00 
6,551 86 
40,129 05 
16,539 82 



402 03 

57,186 02 

130,663 38 

76,956 56 

4,668 33 

5,800 00 



8,300 49 



Northwest 
Territories 



$ cts. 



19,113 13 

1,821,887 35 

773,871 75 

241,888 85 

03,238 92 



17,541 88 

22,000 00 ; 

53,546 02 1 
280,173 93' 
475,997 94 
829,414 18 
698,877 47 
591,412 65 
496,124 89 

91,210 52 
390,961 83 
561,206 90 
206,396 97 

94,320 56 
128,041 91 
103,001 03 
129,574 95 
570,530 70 
1,350,472 73 



17,386,173 04 159,880,386 37 7,726,637 33 3,746,077 87 12,118,150 87 



293,917 79 

539,929 87 

31,448 77 

4,773 10 

2,901 42 

- 1,243 22 

8,910 84 

1,149 05 

833 13 

542 52 

3,284 64 

■ 1,272 

■ 1,853 

■ 1,472 
1,631 
1,543 
3,040 43 
2,616 52 

■ 2,477 91 
1,766 68 
1,352 16 

910 91 

1,044 £2 

650 01 

33,688 23 ! 



03 
41 
69 
63 
31 



Militia. 



$ cts. 



1,000,000 00 

745,964 75 

173,740 32 

387,810 16 

230,850 51 

135,8S4 79 

299,697 43 

428,223 40 

1,299,910 11 

1,299.964 42 

1,299,875 65 

975,282 87 

1,297,904 65 

1,243,071 54 

1,299,970 27 



Total. 



$ 



548,437 

440,418 

3,515,116 

3,670,396 

7,853,049 

19,859,441 

10,177,740 

6,922,742 

7,154,007 

7,599,709 

6,657,200 

5,648,331 

8,241,173 

8,176,316 

7,405,637 

14,147,359 

23,977,702 

13,220,185 

9,589,734 

4,439,938 

4,437,460 

4,420,313 

*6, 778, 663 

3,115,860 

2,164,456 

3,088,317 

3,862,969 

3,030,490 

3,7S1,311 

3,523,160 

4,142,231 

6,201,515 

7,467,370 

7,693,856 

10,077,094 

7,049,684 

7,879,102 

11,931,014 

11,912,104 

11,327,791 

30,428,995 

42,592,122 

29,655,703 

30,813,766 

30,939,575 

27,205,661 

37,180,175 

41,447,320 

38,506,950 



cts. 

58 
to 
is 
51 
79 
17 
06 
33 
9 1 

55 
36 
66 
98 
50 
06 
76 
41 
35 
19 
72 

i<; 
66 

OS 

(It 

7S 
60 



Increase 

and 

Decrease of 

Debt. 



+ 
+ 
+ 
+ 
+ 
+ 
+ 
671 + 
40 + 
2l| + 
23 + 
36 + 
76 + 
55 — 
71 + 
75 + 
15 
02 

00 

4;; 
66 
95 
25 
37 
75 



95 — 

13k- 
93 + 
03' + 
50 + 



$ cts. 

28,493 37 

102,184 46 

2,350,423 25 

503,224 80 

4,480,554 39 

17,661,389 60 

8,476,502 78 

7,683,413 60 

8,543,136 06 

8,683,794 95 

7,120,760 88 

2,628,117 45 

9,461,401 25 

2,944,191 79 

1,734,129 62 

4,805,063 68 

23,695,135 80 

14,245,841 88 

26,751,414 95 

4,155,668 35 

7,216,582 72 

2,998,683 49 

3,170 12 

275,818 74 

3,322,403 93 

549,605 17 

4,501.989 87 

6,891,897 61 

5,422,505 68 

3,041,163 69 

2,417,802 45 

2,317,047 69 

779,639 71 

2,986,196 80 

3,349,085 93 

10,222,100 75 

739,270 27 

5,350,448 00 

818,811 15 

3,371,117 79 

14,288,999 88 

45,969,419 33 

12,338,267 16 

3,773,505 70 

122,591 32 

25,617,835 03 

21,695,224 4'i 

113,379,233 07 

165,780,087 81 



601,959,679 61 539,427,529 65 



90 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Statement accounting for the Increase of Debt fiom July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916, 



Year. 



Items which Increase the debt. 



War. 



$ cts. 



1868 

1869. 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893...'... 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 .... 

1904 

1905 

1906.... 
1907(9 mos.) 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 



Railways, Canals, 

Canadian Pacific 

Railway and other 

Public Works. 



60,750,470 01 
166,197,755 47 



226,918,231 48 



$ cts. 

548,437 58 

421,305 27 

1,693,228 83 

2,896,524 76 

5,944,960 94 

5,937,122 41 

5,250,679 32 

6.922,742 33 

7,154,007 94 

7,599,709 55 

6,657,200 36 

5,648,331 66 

8,241,173 98 

7,841,635 09 

6,893,754 74 

13,590,489 99 

16,081,746 51 

12,911,172 30 

6,345,746 73 

3,983,629 26 

6,487,986 57 

4,258,180 04 

3,914,553 68 

3,018,111 56 

2,078,964 67 

2,964,368 37 

3,714,972 14 

2,931,481 28 

2,699,669 58 

2,682,498 98 

3,842,258 36 

5,397,320 10 

7,038,522 64 

7,290,542 65 

9,408.102 66 

6,174,958 98 

5,832,953 20 

9,839,117 66 

10,014,215 45 

9,827,278 34 

28,363,758 27 

40,552,348 69 

27,571,225 59 

30,852,863 38 

30,939,575 95 

27.205,661 13 

37,180,175 93 

41,447,320 03 

38,566,950 50 



544,659,535 93 



Dominion Lands. 



$ cts. 



Consolidated 
Fund Transfers. 



334,681 41 
511,882 32 
556,869 77 
723,658 01 
303,592 66 
130,653 66 
162,391 67 
135,047 82 
130,684 85 
133,832 20 
94,847 06 
86,735 33 
115,038 39 
149,146 58 
99,842 25 
82,184 15 
91,411 8b 
127,504 71 
151,212 68 
199,470 09 
269,060 90 
370,837 97 
449,542 20 
748,855 23 
794,409 83 
599,780 01 
526,582 61 
768,243 94 
797,746 74 
785,157 52 



10,430,904 42 



$ cts. 

37,157 98 
429,663 24 
155,988 18 



223,456 13 

5,718 48 

4,018- 90 

40,300 37 

110 75 

28,750 68 

372,650 65 



117,771 74 

201,884 75 

21,368 75 

12,481 23 

*io,220,180 2i 



Railway Subsidies 

including 

Quebec Railway 

Subsidy. 



155,623 07 
10,517 34 
44,946 56 
33,377 69 

971,027 91 
• 12 18 



94 67 

137,185 19 

682,880 52 

12,834 94 

230,758 46 

1,547,623 74 

908,681 42 

1,038,830 83 

1,555,712 66 

+6,522,016 58 

2,233,897 97 

2,400,504 21 

1,580,515 16 

2,787,354 21 

3,143,749 14 

2,570,991 22 

1,657,107 43 

6,099,543 56 

210,495 26 

239,100 77 

274,655 88 

26,341 65 



48,940,8S2 26 



cts. 



208, 

403, 
2,701, 
1,406, 
1,027, 

846, 
1,678, 
1,265, 
1,248, 

811, 

1,229 

1,310, 

t3,228, 

416, 
1,414, 
3,201, 

725, 
2,512, 
2,093, 
1,463, 
2,046, 
1,275, 
1,637, 
1,324, 
2,037, 
1,785, 
2,048, 
1,284, 

859, 

4,935 

19,036, 

5,191, 

1,400, 



000 00 
245 00 
249 00 
533 CO 
041 92 
721 83 
195 72 
705 87 
215 93 
394 07 
885 10 
549 10 
745 49 
955 30 
934 78 
220 05 
720 35 
328 86 
939 00 
222 34 
878 45 
629 53 
574 37 
889 30 
629 30 
8S7 39 
097 05 
892 04 
400 25 
507 35 
236 77 
507 48 
171 42 



r4,05b,103 41 



* Land returned by C.P.R. for $10,189,521.33. t Quebec Ky. Subsidy, on which interest is paid, 

$2,394,000. J Prov. Account, Ontario and Quebec, $5,397,503.13. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



91 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Statement accounting for the Increase of Debt for July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916 — 

Continued. 





Items which Increase the Debt— Con. 


Year. 


Expenses 

of and Discount 

on Loans. 


Deficits. 


Territories. 


Allowance 

to 
Provinces. 


Militia. 


1868 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ Cts. 


$ cts. 


1869 






19,113 13 

1,821,887 35 

773,871 75 

241,888 85 

63,238 92 






1870 










1871 










1872 






1,666,200 00 

13,859,079 84 

4,927,060 74 




1873 








1874 


2,212,796 80 
315,653 65 

1,360,233 70 

12,762 34 

676,225 30 

949,947 68 






187o 








1876 


1,900,785 06 
1,460,027 66 
1,128,146 37 
1,937,999 42 
1,543,227 76 








1877 








1878 








1879 








1880 








1881 










1882 












1883 












1884 


2,554,971 61 
502,587 06 
314,792 86 






7,172,297 92 

5,420 39 

3,113,333 80 




1885 

1886 


2,240,058 90 
5,834,571 87 


293,917 79 

539,929 87 

31,448 77 

4,773 10 

2,901 42 

—1,243 22 

8,910 84 

—1,149 05 

—833 13 

—542 52 

3,284 64 

—1,272 03 

—1,853 41 

—1,472 69 

—1,631 63 

—1,534 31 

—3,040 43 

—2,616 52 

- 2,477 91 

—1,766 68 

—1,352 16 

—910 91 

—1,044 72 

—650 01 

—33,688 23 




1887 




1888 




810,031 26 






1889 


1,322,810 47 




* 


1890....' 








1891 


34,696 63 

1,122,541 52 

139,951 16 

330,353 60 

399,199 22 








1892 

1893 






1894 


1,210,332 45 

4,153,875 58 

330,551 31 

519,981 44 






1895 






1896 




1,000,000 00 
745,964 75 
173,740 32 


1897 




1898 


. 930,482 25 
3,786 87 




1899 





267,026 43 


387,810 16 


1900 


230,850 51 
135,884 79 
299 597 43 


1901 









1902 






1903 . 

1904 

1905 


184,783 21 
40,614 58 
84,784 00 




428,223 40 
1,299,910 11 
1,299,964 42 
1,299,875 65 


1906 




1907 (9mos.).. 


975,282 87 
1,297,904 65 


1908 


682,337 9L 
1,854,488 41 
1,608,584 93 
1,292,089 29 
1,082,121 67 
45,152 63 
2,408,061 17 
4,911,360 39 
3,160,556 55 




1909 




1,243,071 54 
1,299,970 27 


1910 






1911 




1912 








1913 










1914 










1915 


2,449,724 81 








1916 




















30,538,727 46 


25,519,313 89 


3,746,077 87 


31,010,419.12 


12,118,150 87 



92 



DEPARTMENT OF l'l \ .1 \ CE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Statement accounting for the Increase of Debt from July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916 — 

Continued. 



Yeai . 



1808 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

18S2 

1883 

1884 

18S5 

1886 

1887 

1S88 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

L895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1900 

1907 (9 mos. 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 



1915. 
1916. 



Gross 

Increase of 

Debt. 



$ cts. 

585,595 56 

870,081 64 

3,671,104 36 

3,670,396 51 

8,076,505 92 

19,865,159 65 

10,181,758 96 

9,175,839 50 

9,370,557 40 

10,448,721 59 

8,170,759 72 

8,262,556 38 

10,734,349 42 

8,294,088 24 

7,607,521 81 

14,168,728 51 

i;6,753,155 28 

16,366,076 31 

28,660,528 13 

5,846,471 72 

9,155,660 51 

6,600,363 30 

5,776,301 26 

4,449,640 23 

5,506,242 1-1 

4,039,675 01 

6,633,540 8-z 

8,894,208 97 

7,477,793 20 

5,142,977 49 

6,500,483 33 

9,637,281 34 

9,740,714 64 

11,114,866 99 

13,209.864 58 

.10,068,619 15 

16,632,780 26 

15,481,156 08 

16,034.967 01 

14,233,196 12 

35,936,317 37 

49,376,247 19 

35,883,376 57 

35,053,263 91 

38,9S0,641 43 

32,396,810 37 

58,85' i,574 64 

115,025,044 60 

209,351,775 59 



1,007,970,346 71 



Items which Decrease the Debt. 



Sinking- Funds. 



$ cts. 

355,266 66 

426,806 66 

126,533 33 

421,666 24 

470,606 67 

407,826 62 

513,920 00 

555,773 32 

822,953 32 

896,440 00 

1,012,753 35 

1,131,296 17 

1,215,807 96 

1,217,153 33 

1,226,205 80 

1,290,153 33 

1,350,500 00 

1,563,194 84 

1,606,270 77 

1,592,952 62 

1.939.077 79 
1,736,644 34 
l,887,-'37 20 

1.938.078 57 
2,027,860 79 
2,095,513 89 
2,131,300 81 
2,002,311 36 
2,055,287 52 
2,101,813 80 
2,359,908 55 
2,482,484 65 
2,165,639 84 
2,480,336 90 
2,569,380 59 
2,620,588 46 
2,315,066 41 
2,261,618 27 
2,317,436 74 
1,177,146 71 
2,234,263 27 
1,922,525 20 
1,411,030 96 
1,203, 116 40 
1,156,451! 16 
1,384,285 36 
1,371,428 61 
1,645,811 53 
1,773,021 11 



75,301,172 78 



Surplus. 



3 cts. 

201,835 53 

341,090 52 

1,166,716 07 

3,712,479 09 

3,125,344 86 

1,638,821 53 

888,775 79 

935,644 00 



4,132,743 12 

6,316,351 94 

7,064,492 35 

754,255 48 



97,313 09 



1,865,035 47 
3,885,893 94 
2,235.742 92 
155,977 42 
1,354,555 95 



Consolidated 
Fund Transfers. 



1,722, 
4,837, 

8,054, 
5,648 
7,291, 

14,345. 
15,056, 

7,863. 
12,8)8, 
16,427. 
19,413, 

1,029, 
22,091. 
30,006, 

:s7,9i6 

56,630, 
35,789, 



712 33 
749 00 
714 51 
333 29 
398 06 



166 
984 



17 
12 



089 81 
719 12 
167 20 
054 22 
171 97 
963 81 
211 46 
776 59 
3^6 01 
921 57 



41,797,111 37 



378,723,679 71 



cts. 



27,431 71 
39,475 98 



156,121 90 
6,962 36 



4,468 22 

f867,486 44 

28,233 26 

J4. 503, 142 76 

57,140 21 



54,637 21 



22,938 06 
"53766 



190 14 



§ 3,324,965 27 



455,130 69 
12,114 64 
64,621 85 



1,55c 30 



9,627,153 R6 



f Northern Railway composition, 
and Quebeo, $3,305,450.24. 



J Fishery award, §4,490,882.01. 



Province account?, Ontario 



in-iiuc ACCOUNTS 



93 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Statement accounting for the Increase of Debt from July 1, 1867, to March 31, 1916 — 

Conclude'/. 





Items which Decrease the 


Debt — Con. 


Gross 

Decrease of 

Debt. 




Year. 


Receipts 

from Premiums 

on Loans. 


Dominion 
Lands. 


Refunds from 
Sales of 

Public Works. 
(Capital.) 


Net Increase 
of Debt. 


1868 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 

557,102 19 

767,897 18 

1,320,681 11 

4,173,621 31 

3,595,951 53 

2,203,770 05 

1,705,256 18 

1,492,425 90 

827,421 54 

1,764,926 44 

1,043,998 84 

5,634,438 93 

1,272,948 17 

5,349,896 45 

9,341,651 43 

9.363,664 83 

3,058,019 48 

2,120,234 43 

1,909,113 18 

1,690,803 37 

1,939,077 79 

3,601,679 SI 

5,773,131 14 

4,173,821 49 

2.183,838 21 

3,490,069 84 

2,131,550 95 

2,002,311 36 

2,055,287 52 

2,101,813 80 

4,082 680 88 

7,320,233 65 

10,520,354 35 

8,128,670 19 

9,860,778 65 

20,290,719 90 

17,372,050 53 

10,124,708 08 

15,216,155 86 

17,604,313 91 

21,647,317 49 

3,406,827 86 

23,545,109 41 

31,279,758 21 

39,103,232 75 

58,014,651 40 

37,161,350 18 

1,645,811 53 

43,571,687 78 


!8> cts. 
28,493 37 


1869 








102,184 46 


1870 




2,350,423 25 


1871 








—503,224 80 


1872 








4,480,554 39 


1873 






1,000 00 
7,783 57 
1,008 58 


17,661,389 60 


1874 

3875 


287,814 46 




8,476,502 78 
7,683,413 60 


1876 






8,543,136 06 


1877 






1,000 00 
3,012 23 


8,683,794 95 


1878 






7,126,760 88 


1879 






2,628,117 45 


1880 








9,461,401 25 


1881 








2,944,191 79 


1882 




1,744,456 48 

1,009,019 15 

951,636 50 

393,618 20 

176,795 78 




—1,734,129 62 


1883 






4,805,063 68 


18S4 

1885 


1,627 50 
140,483 33 
126,046 63 


23,695,135 80 
14,245,841 88 


1886 

18S7 


26,751,414 95 
4,155,668 35 


1888 








7,216,582 72 


1889 








2,998,683 49 


1890 








3,170 12 


1891 








275,818 74 


1S92 








3,322,403 93 


1893 






40,000 00 


549,605 17 


1894 






4,501,989 87 


1895 




6,891,897 61 


1890 








5,422,505 68 


1897 








3,011,163 69 


1898 








2,417,802 45 


1899 








2,317,047 69 


1900 








—779,639 71 


1901 








2,986,196 80 


1902 








3,349,085 93 


1903 








—10,222,100 75 


1904 








—739,270 27 


1905 








+ 5,356,448 00 


1906 








+ 818,811 15 


1907 (9 mos.) 






—3,371,117 79 


1908 






i 


+ 14,288,999 88 


1909 






+ 45,909,419 33 


1910 








+ 12,338,267 16 


1911 




5,508 50 




f3, 773, 505 70 


1912.' 




-122,591 32 


1913 








—25,617,835 03 


1914 








+ 21,695,224 46 


1915 








+ 113,379,233 07 


1916 








+ 165,780,087 81 














555,971 92 


4,281,034 61 


53,804 38 


468,542,817 06 


539,427,529 65 



94 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Statement of the Business of the Post Office Saving Bank, Canada. 



Period. 



Three months ended June 30, 1868. . 

Year ended June 30, 1869 

1870 



1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

ii ii 1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

,, ,, 1880 

' „ 1881 

1882 

ii it 1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

9 months ended March 31,1907 

Year ended March 31, 1908 

1909 



1910. 

1911. 

1912 

1913. 

1914. 

1915. 

1916. 



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> 

<D PS 
O 

O <t 

m O 
&* 

c ™ 
u w 
a; ^4 

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81 

213 

226 

230 

235 

239 

266 

268 

279 

287 

295 

297 

297 

304 

308 

330 

343 

355 

392 

415 

433 

463 

494 

634 

642 

673 

699 

731 

755 

779 

814 

838 

847 

895 

915 

934 

961 

989 

1,011 

1,043 

1,084 

1,102 

1,133 

1,151 

1,172 

1,212 

1,250 

1,269 

1,289 



13 
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a 

is 



7-~ 

"*-i i 

o & 

t- bo 

o c 



K 



3,247 
16,653 

24,994 

33,256 

39,489 

44,413 

45,329 

42,508 

38,647 

36,126 

40,097 

43,349 

56,031 

71,747 

97,380 

109,489 

109,388 

116,576 

126,322 

143,076 

155,978 

166,235 

154,678 

147,672 

145,423 

148,868 

145,960 

143,685 

155,398 

161,151 

179,814 

174,65S 

201,262 

212,217 

219,678 

231,619 

235,043 

223,281 

233,803 

186,916 

242,386 

199,884 

190,510 

203,196 

225,316 

230,263 

23V260 

183,515 

173,456 



^T3 
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<s 
u-, — 

c — 

to 

2 'C 

1! 

? 

o « 



$ cts. 

212,507 00 
927,885 00 
1,347,901 00 
1,917,576 00 
2,261,631 00 
2,306,918 00 
2,340,284 00 
1,942,346 Ou 
1,726,204 00 
1,521,000 00 

1.724.371 00 
1,973,243 00 
2,720,216 00 
4,175,042 00 
6,435,989 00 
6,826,266 00 
6,441,439 00 
7,098,459 00 
7,645,227 00 
8,272,041 00 
7,722,330 00 
7,926.634 00 
6,599,896 00 

6.500.372 00 
7,056,002 00 
7,708,888 00 
7,524,286 00 
7,488,028 00 
8,138,947 00 
8,223,000 00 
9,183,693 00 
8,310,630 00 

10.448,485 00 
11,091,099 00 
11,382,035 00 
12,060,825 00 
11,737,940 00 
10,504,430 00 

10.805.458 00 
8,803,503 00 

12,293,274 17 

9.415,569 29 

8,816,511 71 

9,957,016 17 

11,054,877 19 

11,299,963 88 

11.346.459 39 
10,151,189 07 

8,539,742 07 



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$ cts. 

65 44 
55 71 
53 93 
57 66 

57 27 
51 94 
51 63 
45 69 

44 66 

42 10 

43 00 

45 52 

48 55 

58 19 

66 09 
62 35 
58 88 

'60 89 
60 52 
57 81 

49 51 

47 67 
42 67 

44 02 

48 52 
51 78 

51 55 

52 11 
52 37 
51 02 
51 07 
47 58 

51 91 

52 26 

51 81 

52 07 

49 94 
47 04 

46 21 

47 09 

50 71 

47 10 
46 28 
49 00 
49 06 
49 07 

48 02 
55 33 

49 23 



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$ cts. 



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o.i 



217,385 10 

1,085,979 72 

167,501 53 

389,169 28 



218,173 60 

493,889 23 

449,931 61 

1,856,474-81 

786,868 48 

"l41,i7i 82 
415,507 96 



252,773 93 

559,503 31 

1,216,168 80 

59,243 71 



223,831 24' 

I 

140,318 64 

295,166 47 



-§60 



£ 



166 

4,787 

9,478 

15,148 

20,154 

23,800 

25,811 

25,954 

24,152 

22,484 

21,944 

23,226 

26,716 

28,510 

35,859 

45,253 

56,026 

59,714 

62,205 

65,853 

78,229 

84,572 

90,151 

84,963 

77,381 

73,361 

84,941 

85,588 

87.221 

91,398 

94,532 

95,090 

92.713 

102,083 

105.946 

104,393 

108,237 

110,157 

106.923 

79,338 

110,435 

115,048 

96,413 
90,664 
95,829 
96,835 
104,917 
104.816 
77,985 



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95 



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204,588 89 


97 33 


296,754 35 


61 99 


6,429 




1,319 


7,212 


21,094 72 


856,814 26 


118 80 


664,555 51 


70 11 


7,823 




2,857 


12,178 


48,689 08 


1,588,848 83 


130 41 


1 093,438 86 


72 10 


9,424 




4,449 


17,153 


84,273 68 


2,497,259 65 


145 59 


1' 778, 565 19 


81 33 


10,846 




6,940 


21,059 


116,174 55 


3,096,500 01 


147 04 


2'323,299 32 


86 91 


11,995 




9,528 


23,526 


126,932 88 


3,207,051 57 


136 32 


2' 468, 643 42 


86 04 


12,048 




10,606 


24,968 


126,273 31 


3,204,965 46 


128 36 


2'341,979 04 


82 88 


10,516 




11,190 


24,294 


120,758 06 


2,926,090 48 


120 44 


2'021,457 97 


77 11 


10,218 




10,097 


24,415 


110,116 08 


2,740,952 59 


112 27 


1' 726,082 98 


70 49 


8,971 




9,312 


24,074 


104,067 86 


2,639,937 47 


109 60 


1'713,658 73 


70 55 


10,058 




8,597 


25,535 


103,834 29 


2,754,484 03 


107 87 


1' 733, 448 79 


66 07 


10,755 




8,845 


27,445 


110,912 56 


3,105,190 80 


113 14 


2-015,813 16 


69 89 


14,407 




10,487 


31,365 


136,075 47 


3,945,669 11 


125 80 


2-097,389 15 


73 56 


18,731 




10,491 


39,605 


184,904 81 


6,208,226 77 


156 75 


3-461,619 31 


96 53 


25,778 




13,920 


51,463 


291,065 07 


9,473,661 53 


184 08 


4-730,995 39 


104 54 


27,127 




17,531 


61,059 


407,305 17 


11,976,237 31 


196 13 


5-649,611 13 


100 84 


26,562 




20,939 


66,682 


477,487 46 


13,245,552 64 


198 63 


5-793,031 84 


97 01 


27,591 




20,951 


73,322 


539,560 51 


15,090,540 31 


205 81 


6-183,470 60 


99 40 


29,103 




21,555 


80,870 


607,075 38 


17,159,372 09 


212 18 


6-626,067 51 


100 62 
96 05 


31,874 
37,515 




22,585 
26,704 


90,159 
101,693 


692,404 57 
765,639 15 


19,497,750 15 
20,689,032 62 


216 26 


7.514,071 78 


723 


203 44 


7-532,145 56 


89 06 


38,049 


2,962 


29,581 


113,123 


841,921 79 


23,011,422 57 


203 41 


8.575,041 98 


95 12 


32,127 


570 


33,499 


112,321 


786,875 37 


21,990,653 49 


195 78 


7.875,977 57 


92 67 


29,791 


1,124 


32,006 


111,230 


734,430 89 


21,738,648.09 


195 44 


7,230,839 14 


93 44 


28,943 


* > • • . . 


29,368 


110,805 


734,590 70 


22,298,401 65 


201 24 


6,631,578 97 


90 39 


29,502 




26,032 


114,275 


777,482 98 


24,153,193 66 


211 36 


7,473,585 46 


87 98 


29,116 


662 


27,033 


117.020 


835,800 34 


25,257,868 14 


215 84 


7,310,291 97 


85 41 


27,998 


1,647 


26,037 


120.628 


876,049 07 


26,805,542 47 


222 22 


7,406,066 13 


84 91 


30,100 


1,959 


26,245 


126,442 


944,524 73 


28,932,929 68 


228 82 


7,656,086 64 


83 76 


30,236 


5,722 


26,663 


135,737 


1,024,511 74 


32,380,829 09 


238 55 


8,853,178 42 


93 65 


33,722 


2,279 


29,449 


142,289 


982,725 62 


34,480,937 77 


242 47 


9,021,862 56 


94 88 


30,172 




30,320 


142,141 


1,001,899 96 


34,771,605 17 


244 62 


8,903,505 46 


96 03 


37,596 


587 


29,337 


150,987 


1,019,699 27 


37,507,455 80 


248 41 


9,774,694 62 


95 75 


38,685 





32,304 


157,368 


1,126,952 44 


39,950,812 62 


253 87 


10,617,070 50 


100 21 


38,886 


712 


31,205 


162,761 


1,188,924 83 


42,320,209 91 


260 01 


1,379,756 94 


109 01 


39,786 




35,524 


167,023 


1,254,048 96 


44,255,326 93 


264 96 


11,883,127 70 


109 79 


38,925 




37,376 


168,572 


1,309,567 05 


45,419,706 28 


269 44 


12,129,101 23 


110 11 


35,376 


• 572 


39,002 


165,518 


1,320,511 70 


45,368,320 68 


274 09 


12,324,529 26 


115 26 


37,681 


879 


39,536 


164,542 


1,328,205 78 


45,736,488 51 


276 75 


9,330,766 39 


117 35 


30,282 


3,310 


30,849 


167,285 


1,027,833 83 


47,453,227 75 


283 66 


13,610,865 95 


116 89 


42,530 


279 


44,403 


165,691 


1,369,404 60 


47,564,284 28 


287 07 


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114 14 


31,611 


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41,407 


155,895 


1,342,869 64 


45,190,484 21 


289 88 


11,699,649 54 


121 35 


29,66L 




36,663 


148,893 


1,279,011 04 


43,586,357 42 


292 73 


11,470,360 24 


126 51 


34,639 




36,054 


147,478 


1,257,565 84 


43,330,579 19 


291 93 


12,303,688 13 


128 39 


3s,790 


600 


38,955 


147,919 


1,258,164 84 


43,563,764 33 


294 51 


13,389,966 01 


138 28 


40,120 




42,005 


146,034 


1,255,179 63 


42,728,941 83 


292 59 


13,842,924 98 


131 94 


41,917 


343 


44,f/T4 


143,320 


1,218,491 69 


41,591,286 57 


290 20 


12,925,606 20 


123 31 


34,506 




42,349 


135,477 


1,175,536 96 


39,995,406 40 


295 22 


9,981,914 13 


128 00 


27,988 


1,050 


39,170 


134,345 


1,160,082 89 


40,008,417 70 


297 80 



96 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Statement of the Balance at credit of Depositors in the Dominion Government Savings 

Banks, on the 1st April, 1916. 



Agency. 


Balance . 
on 
1st April, 1915. 


Deposits 

1st April 1915, 

to 31st March, 

191C 


Interest 

added 

19151916. 


Total. 


Withdrawals, 

1st April 1915, 

to 31st March, 

1910. 


Balance 

on 

1st April. 1916. 


Novu Scotia : — 
Anihersc. . . . 


$ cts. 

378,097 63 
154,019 15 
126,003 22 
2,534,357 09 
249,310 30 
417,373 44 
101,301 03 
220,607 42 
100,927 13 
134,597 22 


$ cts. 

39,042 08 

5,591 95 

11,794 00 

337,226 76 

32,889 03 

32,343 00 

3,278 00 

29,636 05 

10,673 00 

13,313 00 

515,783 07 


$ QtS. 

10,649 97 
4,441 43 
3,574 51 

74,171 70 
0,961 34 

12,211 02 
2,871 4l' 
6,526 58 
2,917 16 
3,978 06 


$ cts. 

427,790 28 
104,052 53 
141,371 76 
2,945,755 01 
289,160 73 
461,931 06 
•107,510 45 
256,770 05 
114,517 29 
151,888 28 


$ cts. 

427,790 28 
28,212 94 
22,200 39 

400,283 90 
54,392 36 
3a, 275 57 
14,333 97 
31,851 28 
15,027 45 
15,186 72 


$ cts. 


Barrington. 
Guysboro' .... 
Halifax 

Lunenburg. . . 
Fort Hood . . . 

Shelburne 

Sherbrooke . . 


135,839 59 
119,105 37 
2,545,471 71 
234,708 37 
422,655 49 

93,176 48 
224,919 37 

99,489 84 
130,701 56 




4,416,056 09 

282,876 56 
5,647,628 17 


128,303 88 

8,291 74 
163,-160 87 


5,060,748 04 


1,048,560 86 


4,012,187 78 


N. 'Brunswick :- 

Newcastle. . . 
St-John 


10,190 00 
698,314 14 


307,358 30 
6,509,403 18 


28,129 38 
974,601 89 


279,228 92 
5,534,801 29 




5,930,504 73 

575,496 82 


714,504 14 


171,752 61 


6,816,761 48 


1,002,731 27 


5,814,030 21 


Manitoba:— 

Winnipeg.'. . . 


61,857 00 


16,759 45 


654,113 27 


74,188 72 


579,924 55 


British Col. : — 


1,157,398 54. 


285,590 97 


33,585 77 

50,746 08 
407,147 79 


1,476,575 28 


327,191 27 


1,149,384 01 


P. E. Island :— 
Charlottetown 


1,920,255 08 


326,051 72 


2,309,652 88 


345,170 79 


1,904,482 09* 


Recapitulation 


14,000,311 80 


1,904,391 90 


10,317,851 55 


2,797,842 91 


13,520,008 64 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



111 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 



SAVINGS BANKS. 
GENERAL RECAPITULATION. 















Increase 








Interest 
allowed, 






Ol 


• Decrease of 




Year. 


Deposits. 


Total. 


Withdrawals. 




Deposits 


Total. 












Withdrawals 






$ cts. 


§ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 




$ cts. 


$ cts. 


1867-68.... 


505,501 34 


67,017 02 


572,518 36 


306,757 32 


+ 


265,761 04 


572,518 36 


1868-69... 


1,251,023 02 


90,622 76 


1,341,645 78 


578,114 48 


+ 


763,531 30 


1,341,645 78 


1869-70.... 


1,810,382 20 


125,816 70 


1,936,198 90 


976,119 22 


i_ 


960,079 68 


1,936,198 90 


1870-71.... 


2,474,244 90 


172,530 51 


2,646,775 41 


1,488,897 38 


+ 


1,157,878 03 


2,646,775 41 


1871 72.... 


2,385,337 80 


217,009 98 


3,602,347 78 


2,920,911 16 


+ 


681,436 62 


3,602,347 78 


1872-73... 


4,749,835 35 


220,824 60 


4,970,659 95 


4,056,171 52 


+ 


914,488 43 


4,970,659 95 


1873 74. . 


5,797,913 98 


280,764 33 


6,078,678 31 


5,033,639 44 


+ 


1,045,038 87 


6,078,678 31 


1874-75.... 


5,512,634 77 


298,654 00 


5,811,288 77 


5,850,360 40 


— 


39,079 63 


5,811,288 77 


1875-76.... 


4,948,876 44 


288,688 35 


5,237,564 79 


5,364,627 90 


— 


127,063 11 


5,237,564 79 


1876-77.... 


5,432,575 72 


294,224 25 


5,726,799 97 


5,300,287 23 


+ 


426,512 74 


5,726,799 97 


1877-78.... 


7,090,729 04 


236,650 50 


7,427,379 54 


6,400,997 02 


+ 


1,026,382 52 


7,427,379 97 


1878-79.... 


6,522,533 26 


353,577 84 


6,876,111 10 


6,165,441 25 


f 


710,669 85 


6,876,111 10 


1879-80.... 


7,960,411 41 


404,803 55 


8,365,214 96 


6,519,941 98 


+ 


1,845,272 98 


8,365,214 96 


1880-81.... 


10,669,681 76 


508,778 66 


11,178,460 42 


6,394,744 60 


+ 


4,783,715 82 


11,178,460 42 


1881-82.... 


13,526,422 53 


703,013 68 


14,229,436 21 


8,267,449 52 


+ 


5,931,989 69 


14,229,436 21 


1882-83.... 


13,893,656 13 


912,692 87 


14,806,349 00 


10,355,903 14 


+ 


4,450,445 86 


14,806,349 00 


1883-84.... 


13,249,070 97 


1,054,239 93 


14,303,216 90 


11,304,781 61 


+ 


2,998,429 29 


14,303,210 90 


1884-85.... 


14,268,938 60 


1,185,267 52 


15,454,206 12 


11,692,666 57 


+ 


3,761,539 55 


15,454,206 12 


1885-8G.... 


15,158,295 74 


1,335,620 56 


16,493,916 30 


12,299,178 81 


+ 


4,194,737 49 


16,493,916 30 


7886-87.... 


14,406,952 41 


1,487,569 36 


15,894,521 77 


12,236,060 28 


+ 


3,658,461 49 


15,894,521 77 


1887-88.... 


11,480,859 02 


1,578.987 86 


13,059,846 88 


12,521,064 02 


+ 


538,782 86 


13,059,846 88 


1888-89.... 


12,657,802 14 


1,619,221 95 


14,277,024 09 


12,691,724 64 


+ 


1,585,299 45 


14,277,024 09 


1889-90.... 


9,854,332 98 


1,475,292 36 


11,329,625 34 


13,273,517 98 


— 


1,943,892 64 


11,329,625 34 


1890-91 ... 


9,748,075 60 


1,348,525 26 


11,096,600 86 


12,709,039 74 


— 


1,612,438 88 


11,096,600 86 


1891-92.... 


10,211,345 75 


1,320,580 00 


11,531,925 75 


11,402,404 28 


+ 


129,521 47 


11.531,925 75 


1892-1.3.... 


11,118,981 12 


1,365,802 44 


12,484,783 56 


10,164,673 17 


+ 


2,320,110 39 


12,484,783 56 


1893-94.... 


11,142.915 78 


1,437,220 20 


12,580,135 98 


11,393,781 68 


+ 


1,186,354 30 


12,580,135 98 


1894-95.... 


11,224,195 15 


1,470,332 34 


12,694,527 49 


11,280,040 96 


4* 


1,414,486 53 


12,694,527 49 


1895-96.... 


11,882,300 06 


1,542,969 78 


13,425,276 84 


11,076,457 11 


+ 


2,348,819 73 


13,425,276 84 


1896-97 .... 


13,296,655 33 


1,622,061 80 


14,888,147 13 


12,752,489 99 


+ 


2,135,657 14 


14,888,147 13 


1897-98.... 


12,675,551 49 


1,446,038 90 


14,121,630 39 


12,945,487 13 


+ 


1,176,143 26 


14,121,630 39 


1898-99 ... 


10,825,027 81 


1,451,066 34 


12,276,094 15 


12,145,497 68 


+ 


130,596 47 


12,276,094 15 


1899-1900.. 


13,374,238 26 


1,502,099 10 


14,876,337 36 


11,970,330 41 


+ 


2,906,006 95 


14,876,337 36 


1.900-01.... 


13,972,573 71 


1,589,761 05 


15,562,334 76 


12,663,100 10 


+ 


2,899,234 66 


15,562,334 76 


1901-02.... 


14,769,126 15 


1,662,258 32 


16,431,384 47 


14,042,354 83 


+ 


2,389,029 64 


16,431,384 47 


1902-03.... 


12,112,964 90 


1,729,292 81 


16,841,987 71 


14,50^,845 16 


4- 


2,333,142 55 


16,841,987 71 


1903-04.... 


14,617,733 27 


1,732,799 45 


16,410,532 72 


15,023.212 07 


+ 


1,387.320 65 


16,410,532 72 


1904-05 ... 


13,574,470 62 


1,809,833 91 


15,384,304 53 


15,525,297 78 


— 


140,993 25 


15,384,304 53 


1905-06 .... 


14, H '9,869 11 


1,801,487 05 


15,911,356 16 


16,017,630 73 


— 


L06,274 57 


15,911,356 16 


1906-07 . . \ 
(9mos.)/ 


12,000,958 19 


1,361,700 16 


13,362,658 35 


12,731,468 56 


+ 


631,189 79 


13,362,658 35 


1907-08.... 


14,809,848 04 


1,805,943 56 


16,615,791 60 


16,576,448 17 


+ 


39,343 43 


16, 615,791 60 


1908-09 .... 


11,49J,048 66 


1,773,989 64 


13,264,038 30 


15,906,273 27 


— 


2,642,234 97 


13,264,038 30 


1909-10.... 


10,936,712 98 


1,706,048 15 


12,642,761 13 


14.317,451 56 


— 


1,674,690 43 


12,642,761 13 


1910-11.... 


12,294,204 02 


1,686,074 69 


12,980,278 71 


14,150,177 58 


— 


169,898 87 


13,980,278 71 


1911-12.... 


13,894,956 48 


1.681,026 36 


15,575,982 84 


15,450,985 81 


+ 


124,997 03 


15,575,982 84 


1912-13.... 


13,873,738 87 


1,664,633 13 


15,538.372 00 


16,617,216 67 


— 


1,078,844 67 


15,538,372 00 


1913-14.... 


13,850,420 61 


1,627,142 19 


15,477,562 80 


17,050,597 17 


— 


1,572,879 97 


15,477,717 20 


1914-15.... 


12,431,342 08 


1,580,061 51 


14,011,403 59 


15,577,288 75 


— 


1,565,885 16 


14,011,403 59 


1915-16.... 


10,739.234 44 


1,567,230 68 
56,357,777 96 


12,306,465 12 
570,912,454 95 


12,779,757 04 


— 


473,291 92 






514,554,676 99 


518,806,238 87 


+ 65,253,847 55 














— 


13,147,468 07 




Inc 
Bal 


rease of deposit 
ance, July 1867 


s over withdraw 








52,106,379 48 
1,422,046 86 










y 








53,528,426 34 





112 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Comparative Statement of Finance Department. 





Letter or Credit 
Cheques. 


Reference 
to the 

Treasury 
Board . 


Issue and 

Redemption of 

Currency. 


Savings Banks 

Accounts 

Renraining 

Open. 




Year. 


Number 

Cheques 

Cashed 

by Banks. 


Total amount 

of cheques issued 

under Letter of 

Creiit System. 


of 

Staff. 


1878-79 


Number. 


$ cts. 


329 
372 
313 
1,297 
703 
897 
810 
1,040 
1,070 
990 
1,115 
1,134 
1,707 
1,659 
1,492 
1,366 
1,778 
1,966 
827 
1,225 
1,015 
1,485 
1,603 
1,576 
1,508 
2,114 
1,902 
2,156 
1,579 
2,514 
2,800 
2,893 
3,237 
4.228 
5,233 
5,047 
4,652 
6,507 


$ cts. 

2,946,010 00 
4,900,941 00 
3,262.903 60 
4,006,583 00 
3,095,612 00 
3,770,990 00 
6,967,579 00 

8.377.952 00 
5,760,852 00 
7,334,852 00 

6.862.953 00 
6,899,973 00 
6,769,398 00 
8,906,805 00 
7,179,351 00 
8,114,390 00 
8,333,474 00 
7,562,761 00 
9,679,714 00 

16,296,903 00 
5,437,361 00 
9,050,907 00 
10,673,753 00 
18,199,358 00 
22,593,790 00 
20,274,945 00 
41,605,644 11 
31,446,640 50 
27,441,857 36 
37,525,244 50 
45,349,192 86 
18,622,588 00 
39 769,998 25 
56,976,718 85 
65,955,340 25 
75,595,064 62 
81,060,335 01 
72,722,484 87 


Number. 

22,622 

25,468 

28,212 

33,748 

38,758 

43,406 

46,601 

51,592 

53,519 

57,367 

58,114 

57,297 

56,149 

54,794 

55,039 

55,815 

54,932 

54,186 

47,081 

46,093 

49,320 

45,773 

48,569 

49,001 

46,615 

47,531 

47,347 

45,092 

41,362 . 

40,376 

38,881 

37,833 

36,930 

35,609 

34.762 

33,280 

32,410 

30,618 


$ ct>. 
51,968 33 


1879-80. 






51,454 91 


1880 81 

1881 82. . 






52,058 28 
52,694 90 


1882 83 






54,377 78 


1883-84 






56,034 19 


1884-85 






54,632 92 


1885-86 






55,427 57 


1886-87 






51,129 78 


1887-88 






52,382 41 


1888 89. ...... 






52,090 71 


1889 90 






51,347 50 


1890 91 






51,764 88 


1891 92 




48,482 52 


1892-93 






49,770 00 


1893-94 

1894-95. . .- 






50,492 50 
49,690 00 


1895-96 






49,893 89 


1896-97 




50,418 14 


1897 98 






50,46O"O0 


1898-99 






49,465 00 


1899-00 






49,907 50 


1900-01. 






49.626 54 


1901 02. . 






50,533 27 


1902 03. 






46,601 71 


1903-04 


418,730 
503,978 
593,218 
443,501 
629,302 
669,447 
614.484 
662,344 
779,450 
874,106 
981,994 
1,087,962 
1,901,176 


50,891,249 59 

60,106,808 84 

62,884,254 76 

54,053,750 09 

92,847,436 17 

100,892,151 36 

87,614,833 59 

109,597,189 46 

113,562,077 31 

120,319,953 59 

141,441,053 76 

216,793,283 06 

370,656,918 58 


51,367 97 


1904-05 

1905 06. . . 

1906-07(9 mos.). 
1907-08 


55,063 10 
56,921 63 
45,321 61 
61,672 40 


1909-10 

1910-11. . ... 
1911-12 


99,562 02 
105,553 89 
100,546 30 
100,504 61 


1912-13 

1913-14 

1914 15 


99,976 28 
104,554 83 
112,452 45 


1915-16 


118,747 43 







PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



113 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Total Amount of Issue and Redemption of Dominion Notes from July 1, 1878, to 

March 31, 1916. 



Year. 



1878-79 

1879-80 

1880-81 

1881-82 

1882-83 

1883-84 

1884 85 

1885-86 

1886-87 

1887-88 

888-89 

1889- 90 

1890-91 

1891-92 

1892-93 

1893-94 

1894-95. . 

1895-96 

1896-97 

1897-98 

1898-99 

1899-00 

1900-01 

1901-02 

1902-03 

1903-04 

1904-05 

1905-06 

1906-07 (9 mos.) 

1907-08 

1908-09 

1909-10 

1910-11 

1911-12 

1912-13 

1913-14 

1914-15 

1915-16 



Issue. 



$ cts 

1,650,412 00 

3,838,195 00 

2,104,213 00 

2,645,819 00 

1,652,159 00 

1,555,110 00 

3,523,167 00 

4,622,088 00 

2,452,500 00 

4,263,667 00 

3,017,958 00 

3,413,793 00 

3,793,911 00 

5,006,593 00 

4,172,573 00 

4,863,808 00 

3,895,994 00 

3,906,764 00 

5,812,806 00 

8,078,500 00 

3,747,817 00 

5,454,682 00 

6,574,500 00 

11,540,618 00 

17,861,500 00 

11,421,765 00 

23,682,541 00 

17,026,923 00 

16,132,-513 50 

21,593,319 50 

32,122,141 00 

13,202,788 00 

21,315,100 00 

40,213,041 00 

32,306,796 25 

40.644,448 75 

67,503,725 00 

40,804,748 75 



503,418,997 75 



Redemption. 



$ cts. 

1,295,598 00 

1,062,746 00 

1,158,690 00 

1,360,764 00 

1,443,453 00 

2,215,880 00 

3,444,412 00 

3,755,864 00 

3,308,352 00 

3,071,185 00 

3,844,995 00 

3,486,180 00 

2,975,487 00 

3,900,212 00 

3,006,778 00 

3,250,582 00 

4,437,480 00 

3,655,997 00 

3,866,908 00 

8,218,403 00 

1,689,544 00 

3,596,225 00 

4,099,253 00 

6,658,740 00 

4,732,290 00 

8,853,180 00 

17,923,102 00 

14,419,717 50 

11,279.343 86 

15,931,925 00 

13,227,051 86 

5,419,800 00 

18,154,898 25 

16,763,677 85 

33,648,544 00 

34, 9 ->0, 615 87 

28,213,244 62 

25, 9 L7, 736 12 



Increase. 



$ cts. 

354,814 00 
2,775,449,00 

945,523 00 
1,285,055 00 

208,706 00 



78,755 00 
866,224 00 



1,192,482 00 



818,424 00 

1,106,381 00 

1,165,795 00 

1,613,226 00 



250,767 00 
1,945,898 00 



328,508,855 93 



2,058,273 00 
1,858,457 00 
2,475,247 00 
4,881,878 00 

13,129,210 00 
2,568.585 00 
5,759,438 00 
2,607,205 50 
4,853,169 64 
5,661,394 50 

18,895,089 14 
7,782,988 00 
2,860,201 75 

23,449,363 15 

' 5,693,832 88 
39,260,480 38 
20,887,012 63 



179,289,324 57 



Decrease. 



$ cts. 



660,770 00 



855,852 00 

827,037 00 
72,387 00 



541,486 00 
139,903 00 



1,341,747 75 



4,439,182 75 



Circulation, March 31, 1916 ' '. $177,943,131 54 

„ „ 31, 1915 1.57,050,118 91 

Increase 1915-1916 $ 20,887,012 63 



2—8 



114 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Statement showing the total amount paid to each Railway on account of Railway 

Subsidies, from 1884 to March 31, 1916. 



Railway. 



Alberta Central Railway Co 

Albert Southern Railway, N.B 

Atlantic and Lake Superior Ry. Co 

Algoma Central and Hudson Bay Ry. Co 

Algoma Eastern Ry. (formerly Manitoulin and North Shore Ry. Co). 

Atlantic, Quebec and Western Ry. Co 

Atlantic and Northwestern Ry. Co 

Baie des Chaleurs Ry. Co 

Buctouche and Moncton Railway 

Brockville, Westport and Sault Ste. Marie Railway 

Belleville and North Hastings Railway 

Beersville Coal and Ry. Co. (see North Shore Ry. Co., N.B.)— 

Beauharnois J unction Railway 

Brantford, Waterloo and Lake Erie Railway 

Baie of Quinte Railway 

Bruce Mines and Algoma Railway 

Caraquet Railway, N. B 

The Canadian Northern Alberta Ry. Co 

The Canadian Northern Ontario Ry. Co. — 

James Bay Railway Co 

Canadian Northern Ontario Ry. Co 



Canadian Northern Quebec Ry. Co. — 

Great Northern Ry. Co 

Canadian Northern Quebec Ry. Co . 
Chateauguay and Northern Ry. Co. 



Canadian Northern Railway Co 

Canadian Northern Pacific Railway Co. 
Canada Eastern Railway — 

Northern and Western Railway. . .. 

Chatham Branch Railway 

Canada Eastern Railway 



Canada Atlantic Ry. Co 

Cumberland Railway and Coal Co 

Chateauguay and Northern (see Canadian Northern Que. Ry. Co.). 

Cornwallis Valley Railway 

Chatham Branch (see Canada Eastern) 

Central Railway Co. of Canada 

Central Railway, N.B " 

Columbia and Kootenay Railway 

Canadian Pacific Railway — 

Revelstoke to Arrow Lake 

Crow's Nest Pass 

Pipestone Branch 

Kootenay and Arrowhead Branch 

Selkirk Branch 

Dyment Branch 

Waskada Branch 

Pheasant Hill Branch 

Staynerville Branch 

Teulon to Islandic River 

Moosejaw Northwesterly 

Winnipeg Beach to Gimli and Icelandic Bridge 

Calgary-Edmonton Branch 



Cap de la Madeleine Railway 

Coast Ry. of N.S. (see Halifax and Yarmouth Ry.)- 

Central Ontario Railway Company 

Cape Breton Extension Railway 

Colchester Coal and Ry . Co 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



1,071,872 00 
12,956,710 10 



557,788 31 
1,099,388 58 



3L2,000 00 
24,439 84 
38.400 00 



. 80,000 00 

3,404,720 00 

160,000 00 

153,866 00 

83,200 00 

22,336 00 

64,000 00 

435,200 00 

13,024 00 

112,000 00 

600,474 27 

114,554 43 

126,000 00 



Total AmouDt. 



I 



cts. 



404,480 00 

50,460 00 

164,940 01 

2,048,704 00 
547,648 00 
902,800 00 

3,732,000 00 

620,000 00 

101,600 00 

140,800 00 

21,888 00 

62,400 00 

57,600 00 

141,722 45 

53,920 00 

224,000 00 

3,094,104 00 



14,028,582 10 



1,657,176 89 
1,909,132 00 
5,648,626 37 



374,839 84 

282,355 20 

39,850 00 

44,800 00 

30,145 02 

226,012 54 

88,800 00 



5,369,374 70 
7,424 00 

205,862 79 

196.800 00 

12.800 00 

42.491,647 91 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



115 



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Statement showing the total amount paid to each Railway on account of Railway 
Subsidies, from 1884 to March 31, 1916 — Continued. 



Railway. 



Brought forward . 



Canadian and Gulf Terminal Ry. Co 

Crow's Nest Pass Ry. (see Canadian Pacific Ry. Co.) — 

Dominion Lime Co 

Drummond County Rail way 

Dominion Coal Company 

Elgin, Petitcodiac and Havelock. 

Esquimalt and Nanaimo Ry 

Erie and Huron Ry 

East Richelieu Ry 

Edmonton, Yukon and Pacific Ry. Co 

Fredericton and St. .Mary's Ry. Bridge Co 

Fredericton and Grand Lake Coal and Ry. Co 

Great Eastern Ry., Quebec 

Gatineau Valley Ry. (Ottawa, Northern and Western Ry.) — 

Guelph J unction Ry 

Grand Trunk, Georgian Bay and Lake Erie Ry 

Gulf Shore Ry. Co 

Great Northern Ry. (see Canadian Northern Quebec Ry. Co.) — 

Grand Trunk Ry. Co., Victoria Jubilee Bridge 

Grand Trunk Pacific Ry. Co 

Ha Ha Bay Ry. Co 

Halifax and Yarmouth Ry. (formerly Coast Ry. of Nova Scotia) 

Hereford Ry. , Quebec 

Harvey Bianch Railway Co., N.B 

Halifax and Southwestern Ry. Co 

International Ry., Quebec 

Inverness and Richmond Co, (see Inverness Ry. and Coal Co.) — 

Irondale, Bancroft and Ottawa Ry 

Interprovincial Bridge over Ottawa River, (see Pontiac and Pacific 
Junction Ry . ) — 

International Ry. of New Brunswick (formerly Restigouche and West- 
ern Ry. Co. ) 

Inverness Ry. and Coal Co. (formerly Inverness and Richmond Co.).. . 

James Bay Railway (see Canadian Northern Ontario Ry. Co.) — 

Joggins Ry., N.S. . . .- 

Kingston, Napanee and Western Ry.— 

Napanee, Tarn worth and Quebec Ry 

Kingston, Napanee and Western Ry 



Kingston and Pembroke Ry 

Klondike Mines Ry . 

Kettle River Valley Ry. Co 

Kootenay Central Ry 

L' Assomption Ry. , Quebec 

Laurentian Ry. (formerly St. Lawrence, Lower Laurentian and Sague- 
nay Ry. I 

Leamington and Saint-Clair Ry 

Lake Erie and Detroit River Ry 

Lake Erie and Northern Ry. Co 

Long Sault and Lake Temiscaming Ry. (see Lake Temiscaming Col- 
onization Ry.) — 

Lotbiniere and Megantic 

Lower Laurentian and Saguenay Ry. (see Laurentian Ry.) — 

Lindsay, Bobcaygeon and Pontypool Ry. Co 

Liverpool and Milton Ry * ' 

Lake Temiscaming Colonization Ry. — 

Long Sault and Lake Temiscaniingue Ry 

Lake Temiscaming Colonization Ry 



Montreal and Champlain Junction Ry . 
Montreal and Lake Maskinonge Ry . . . 



■H 



Carried forward . 



$ cts, 



192,944 00 
15,788 80 



17,400 00 
292,935 95 



Total Amount. 



$ cts. 

42,491,647 91 

210,053 59 

15,360 00 

423,936 00 

87,808 00 

82,652 82 

1,520,560 00 

96,000 00 

69,952 00 

91,200 00 

30,000 00 

216,576 00 

40,345 00 

46,000 00 
39,744 00 
53,699 20 

500,000 00 

1,220,480 00 

231,226 20 

160,000 00 

155,200 00 

5,553 57 

1,238,450 93 

156,800 00 

144,000 00 



726,080 00 
368,545 97 

37,500 00 



208,732 80 

48,000 00 

197,184 00 

1,883,288 29 

1,065,856 00 

11,200 00 

217,600 00 

51,200 00 

475,851 00 

135,129 60 



96,000 00 

185,173 06 
32,000 00 



310,335 95 

103,600 00 

41,280 00 



55,521,80' 



116 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Statement showing the total amount paid to each Railway on account of Railway 
Subsidies, from 1884 to March 31, 191 6— Continued. 



Railway. 



Brought forward . 



Montreal and Ottawa Ry 

Monti-eal and Western Ry 

Montreal and Sorel Ry. (see Quebec, Montreal and Southern Ry.) 

Montfort Colonization Ry 

Massawippi Valley Ry. Co 

Midland Ry. Co., N.S 

Montreal and Province Line Ry 

Manitoulin and North Shore Ry. Co. (see Algoma Eastern Ry. Co.). . . 

Magnetawan River Ry, Co 

Middleton and Victoria Beach Ry. Co 

Minudie Coal Co 

Maritime Coal and Ry. Co 

Nakusp and Slocan Ry 

North Shore Ry. Co '. 

Napanee, Tamworth and Quebec Ry. (see Kingston, Napanee and 
Western Ry.)— 

Northern and Pacific Junction Ry 

New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island Ry 

Nova Scotia Central Ry. Co 

New Glasgow Iron, Coal and Ry. Co 

Northern Colonization Ry. Co 

Northern and Western Ry. (see Canada Eastern Ry.) — 

Northern New Brunswick and Seaboard Ry. Co. ... , 

New Brunswick Coal and Ry. Co ' 

Nicola, Kamloops and Similkanieen Coal and Ry. Co 

Napierville Junction Ry. Co ... 

.North Shore Railway Co., N.B. — 

Beersville Coal and Ry. Co 

North Shore Railway Co 

Ottawa, Northern and Western Ry. — 

Gatineau Valley Ry ) 

Ottawa and Gatineau / 

Ottawa, Northern and Western Ry , 



Orford Mountain Ry., Quebec 

Ottawa, A) nprior and Parry-Sound Ry 

Ottawa and Gatineau Ry. (see Ottawa, Northern and Western Ry. 

Oshawa Railway and Navigation Co 

Ontario and Quebec Ry. (see West Ontario Pacific Ry.) — 

Ontario, Belmont and Northern Ry. Co 

Ottawa and New York Ry. Co 

Pontiac and Pacific Junction Ry. Co 

Pontiac and Renfrew Ry. Co 

Port Arthur, Duluth and Western 

Parry Sound Colonization Ry 

Philipsburg Junction Ry. Quarry Co 

Pembroke Southern Ry 

Pontiac and Pacific and Gatineau Valley Ry. — 

Interprovincial Bridge over Ottawa River at Ottawa 

Quebec and Lake St. John Ry 

Quebec, Montreal and Southern Ry. — 

South Shore Ry 

Montreal and Sorel Ry '. 

Quebec, Montreal and Southern Ry 



Quebec Central Ry 

Quebec, Montmorency and Charlevoix Ry. Co. 

Quebec Bridge Co 

Quebec Ry. Subsidies 



Carried forward 



cts. 



20,736 00 
6,880 00 



284,128 00 
130,803 20 



203,240 81 

93,757 57 

311,570 25 



Total Amount. 



S cts. 

55,521,801 89 

192,000 00 

361,270 00 

167.440 00 

5,376 00 

399,000 40 

58,560 00 

3,552 00 

125,760 00 

18,544 00 

3,200 00 

117,760 00 

530,000 00 



1,320,000 00 

113,440 00 

235,200 00 

39,840 00 

3.35,200 00 

108,160 00 

4S, 000 00 

300,800 00 

173,440 00 



27,616 00 



414,931 20 
202,926 50 
779,712 00 

22,400 00 

30.720 00 
262,3. a 4 00 
]!»3,b78 00 

13,600 00 
271.200 00 
152,800 00 

U.S. 71 2 00 

64,000 00 ' 

212,500 00 
1,261,463 50 



608,568 63 

585JKW 90 

96,000 00 

374,353 33 

2,394,000 00 



68,1S9,90S 35 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



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Statement showing the total amount paid to each Railway on account of Railway 
Subsidies, from 1884 to March 31, 1916— Concluded. 



Railway. 



Brought forward 



cts. 



Quebec and Saguenay Ry 

Restigouche and Western Ry. (See International Ry. of N.B.). 

St. Louis and Richibouctou Ry 

South Shore Ry. (See Quebec, Montreal and Southern Ry.). 

Southampton Ry. Co 

South Norfolk Ry 

St. Catharines and Niagara Central Ry 

St. Clair Frontier Tunnel Co 

Shuswap and Okanagan Ry . . 

St. John and Quebec Ry. Co 

St. Lawrence anl Adirondack Ry.. 

St. Stephen's and Milltown Ry 

St. Mary River Ry. Co 

Schomberg and Aurora Ry. Co 

St. Mary and Western Ontario Ry. Co 

St. Maurice Valley Ry. Co 

Temiscouata Ry., N. B 

Temiskaming & Northern Ontario Ry. Co 

Toronto, Crey and Bruce 

Thousand Islands Railway Co . 

Tobique Valley Ry., N.B 

Tilsonburg, Lake Erie and Pacific Ry 

Thessalon and Northern Ry 

United Counties Ry., Quebec 

Victoria Jubilee Bridge {See Grand Trunk Ry. Co.). 

Vancouver and Lulu Island Ry 

West Ontario Pacific Ry. and Ontario and Quebec Ry 

Waterloo Junction Ry 

York and Carleton Ry., N.B 



Total. 



Total 


Amount. 


$ cts. 


68,189,908 35 


248,801 28 


22,400 00 


81,280 00 


54,400 00 


38,400 00 


375,000 00 


163,200 00 


598,319 70 


149,481 60 


14,848 00 


148,094 00 


46,144 00 


67,709 00 


173,120 00> 


645,950 00 


2,134,080 00' 


14,656 00 


29,840 00 


134,016 00 


150,071 48 


6,112 00 


188,816 00 


61,760 00 


256,000 00 


32,800 00 


32,896 00 


74,058,103 41 



118 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Statement showing the Yearly Subsidy Payments made to various Railways from 1884 

to March 31, 1916. 



To Whom Paid. 



1884. 



International Ry Co 

Quebec and Lake St. John Ry . . . 
Napanee, Tamworth and Quebec 



1885. 



Napanee, Tamworth and Quebec 

Pontiac & Pacific Junction Ry . Co. . 

Caraq uet Ry. Co . . 

Great Northern Ry. Co 

Kingston & Pembroke Ry Co 

Quebec & Lake St. John Ry. Co . 
Northern & Pacific Junction Ry. Co. 



1886. 



St. Louis & Richibucto Ry. Co 

Pontiac & Pacific Junction Ry. Co 

Esquimalt & Nanaimo Ry. Co 

Northern & Pacific Junction Ry. Co 

Northern and Western Ry. Co 

Quebec and Lake St. John Ry. Co 

Quebec Central Ry. Co 

Canada Atlantic Ry. Co 

Montreal and Sorel Ry. Co 

Caraquet Railway Co 

Montreal and Champlain Junction Ry. Co., 
Elgin, Petitcodiac and Havelock Ry. Co. . . 
North Shore Ry. Co 



1887. 



Ry. 



Albert Southern Ry . . . 
Baie des Chaleurs Ry. 
Buctouche and Moncton 
Canada Atlantic Ry. 

Caraquet Ry 

Erie and Huron Ry 

Esquimalt and Nanaimo Ry 

Great Eastern Ry . 

Irondale, Bancroft and Ottawa Ry 

L' Assomption Ry 

Long Sault and Lake Temiscamingue Ry 

Montreal and Sorel Ry 

New Brunswick and P. E. I. Ry 

Northern and Western Ry 

Northern and Pacific Junction Ry 

Pontiac and Pacific Junction Ry 

Quebec and Lake St. John Ry. 

St. Lawrence and Lower Laurentian & Saguenay Ry. 

188S. 



Albert Southern Ry 

Baie des Chaleurs Ry 

Buctouche and Moncton Ry 

•Caraquet Ry 

Drummond C mnty Ry 

Dominion Lime Co 

International Ry 

Joggins Ry 

Leamington ard Lake St. Clair Ry. 



$ cts. 

144,000 00 
32,000 00 
32,000 00 



57,C00 00 
49.U90 00 
32,000 00 
25,088 00 
48,000 00 
37,027 00 
154,440 00 



1, 



22,400 00 

41,000 00 

422,520 00 

051,590 00 

128,000 00 

186,745 00 

00,342 00 

48,480 00 

64,972 00 

76,800 00 

30,000 00 

38,400 00 

530,000 00 



Carried forward. 



1,000 00 

250,000 00 

40,480 00 

44,384 00 

61,200 00 

96,000 00 

327,480 00 

19,200 00 

15,000 00 

11,200 00 

14,400 00 

4,950 00 

97,440 00 

18,200 00 

78,370 00 

60,580 00 

202,219 00 

64,430 00 



18,428 57 
50,300 00 
20,573 57 
40,050 00 
15,057 00 
11.S40 00 
8,960 00 
26,138 78 
32,000 00 



223,347 92 



$ cts. 



208,000 00 



403,245 00 



2,701,249 00 



1,406,533 00 



4,719,027 00 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



119 



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Satement showing the Yearly Subsidy Payments made to various Railways from 1884 

to March 31, 1 1) 1 6 — Continued. 



To Whom Paid. 



Brought forward 

\888— Concluded. 

Long Sault and Lake Temiscamingue Ry 

Montreal and Lake Champlain Junction Ry . . . 

New Brunswick and P. R. I. Ry . . 

Northern and Western Ry 

Pontiac and Pacific Ry 

Quebec and Lake St. John Railway 

St. Lawrence and Lower Laurentian Railway . 

Temiscouata Railway 

Toronto, Grey and Bruce Railway 

West Ontario and Pacific 



1889. 



Albert Southern Ry. Co 

Baie des Chaleurs Hy. Co. 

Beauharnois Junction Ry. Co 

Belleville and North Hastings Ry. Co 

Brockville, Westport and Sault Ste. Marie Ry. 

Canada Atlantic Ry. Co 

Caraquet Railway Company 

Dominion Lime Company 

Drummond County Ry. Co 

Fredericton and St. Mary's Bridge Ry. Co 

Guelph Junction Ry. Co 

Harvey Branch Ry. Co . 

Hereford Railway Company 

Lake Erie, Essex and Detroit River Ry. Co ... . 

Lake Temiscamingue Colonization Ry. Co 

Leamington and Lake St. Clair Ry. Co 

Montreal and Lake Champlain Ry. Co 

Montreal and Lake Maskinonge Ry. Co 

Northern and Western Ry . Co 

Ontario and Pacific Junction Ry . Co 

Quebec and Lake St . John Ry . Co 

South Norfolk Ry. Co 

St . Catharines and Niagara Ry . Co 

Temiscouata Railway Company 



Co. 



1890. 

Atlantic and North- Western Ry. Co 

Baie des Chaleurs Ry .Co 

Buctouche and Moncton Ry . Co 

Beauharnois Junction Ry . Co 

Brantford, Waterloo and Lake ErieRy. Co. . . 

Canada Atlantic Ry . Co 

Cumberland Railway and Coal Co 

Drummond County Ry. Co 

Great Northern Ry. Co 

Hereford Ry . Co 

International Ry. Co. . . 

Joggins Ry. Co 

Lake Temiscamingue Colonization Ry. Co 

Lake Erie, Essex and Detroit Ry . Co 

Montreal and Lake Champlain Junction Ry. Co 

Montreal and Sorel Railway Co 

Montreal and Lake Maskinonge Ry. Co 

Napanee, Tamworth and Quebec Ry. Co 



Carried forward . 



cts. 



223,347 92 



3,000 00 
16,400 00 
16,000 00 

159,400 00 
24,158 00 

232,013 00 
28,383 00 

249,684 00 
14,656 00 
60,000 00 



1,387 06 
75,200 00 
54,650 00 
21,888 00 
45,000 00 

9,491 20 
13,950 00 

3,520 00 
13,815 00 
30,000 00 
46,000 00 

5,553 57 

63,900 00 

106, 5fl0 00 

9,000 00 
19,200 00 
36,700 00 
19,700 Ot 

6,300 CO 

800 00 

19,911 00 

54,400 00 

26,640 00 

163,216 00 



136,600 0') 

148,675 00 

4,366 00 

4,250 00 

36,620 00 

149,812 00 

29,400 00 

12,428 00 

20,000 00 

91,300 00 

3,840 00 

9,761 22 

26,360 00 

11,900 00 

5,400 00 

6,719 50 

20,080 00 

95,744 00 



863,255 72 



$ cts. 
4,719,027 00 



1,027,041 92 



846,721 83 



6,592,790 75 



120 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Statement showing the Yearly Subsidy Payments made to various Railways from 

1884 to March 31, 1916— Continued. 



To Whom Paid. 



Brought forward 

1890— Concluded. 



Northern and Western Ry. Co 

Northern and Pacific Junction Ry. Co 

Nova Scotia Central Ry . Co 

Pontiac and Renfrew Ry . Co 

Quebec and Lake St. John Ry. Co 

Quebec, Montmorency and Charlevoix Ry. 

St. Clair Frontier Tunnel Co , 

Temiscouata Ry. Co 

Thousand Islands Ry. Co 

West Ontario and Pacific Ry. Co 



Co. 



1891. 



Co 



Albert Southern Ry. Co 

Atlantic and North- Western Ry . 

Buctouche and Moncton Ry Co 

Brantford, Waterloo and Lake Erie Ry . Co , 

Brockville, Westport and Sault Ste. Marie Ry. Co. 

Canada Atlantic Railway Co 

Central Railway, N ew Brunswick 

Cumberland Railway and Coal Co 

Corn wallis Valley Ry. Co 

Drummond County Ry. Co 

Great Eastern Ry. Co 

Great Northern Ry. Co 

Joggins Railway Co 

Lower Laurentian Ry. Co ; . . . 

Montreal and Ottawa Ry . Co 

Montreal and Sorel Ry. Co 

Montreal and Lake Maskinonge Ry. Co. 

Montreal and Western Ry. Co 

Napanee, Tarn worth and Quebec Ry . Co 

Northern and Pacific Junction Ry . Co 

Nova Scotia Central Ry . Co 

Ottawa and Gatineau Valley Ry . Co 

Ontario and Quebec Ry. Co 

Pontiac and Renfrew Ry. Co 

Port Arthur, Duluth and Western Ry. Co 

Quebec and Lake St. John Ry. Co 

St. -Catharines and Niagara Central Ry. Co 

St. Clair Frontier Tunnel Co 

Temiscouata Railway Co 



1892. 

Albert Southern Ry .Co 

Atlantic and North-Western Ry. Cc 

Brockville, Westport and Sault Ste. Marie Ry. Co. 

Central Railway, New Brunswick. 

Chatham Branch Ry 

Columbia and Kootenay Ry • 

Corn wallis Valley Ry . Co 

Drumm* md County Railway Co 

Elgin, Petitcodiac and Havelock Ry. Co 

Great Eastern Ry . Co 

Great Northern Ry. Co 

Montreal and Western Ry . Co 

Nova Scotia Central Ry. Co 



cts. 



863,255 72 



100 00 
35,000 00 

219,100 00 

9,800 00 

38,440 00 

65,600 00 

173,000 00 
74,300 00 
10,400 00 

189,200 00 



10,684 37 
186,600 00 

1,600 43 
16,190 00 
47,400 00 
30,188 00 
75,639 00 
10,450 00 
42,670 00 
136,000 00 
16,300 00 

9,500 00 

1,000 00 
32,003 00 
49,960 00 
17,116 07 

1,500 00 
76,143 00 

7,600 00 
600 00 

3,300 00 
87,582 00 

6,000 00 

3,800 00 
87,000 00 
70,350 00 
11,760 00 
143,400 00 
82,770 00 



Carried forward . 



18,960 00 

186,600 00 

12,800 00 

83,612 54 

24,439 84 

88,800 00 

2,130 00 

5,105 00 

44.252 82 
4,845 00 

24,100 00 

32.253 00 
8,300 00 



536,198 20 



$ cts. 

6,592,790 75 



1,678,195 72 



1,265,705 87 



9,536,692 34 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



121 



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Statement showing the Yearly Subsidy Payments made to various Railways from 

1884, to March 31, 1916— Continued. 



To Whom Paid. 



Brought forward 

1892— Concluded. 

Ottawa and Gatineau Valley Ry. Co 

Orford Mountain Ry. Co 

Parry Sound Colonization Ry. Co 

Port Arthur, Duluth and Western Ry. Co 

Quebec and Lake St. John Ry. Co 

Shuswap and Okanagan Ry. Co 

St. Clair Frontier Tunnel Co 

St. Lawrence and Adirondack Ry. Co 

St. Lawrence, Lower Laurentian and Saguenay Ry. Co 

Temiscouata Ry. Co 

Tobique Valley Ry. Co 

Waterloo Junction Ry. Co 



1893. 

Atlantic and North- Western Ry. Co 

Drummond County Ry 

Irondale, Bancroft and Ottawa Ry . . . 

Kingston, Napanee and Western 

Montreal and Western Ry 

Montreal and Champlain Junction Ry.. . . 
New Glasgow Iron, Coal and Railway Co 

Ottawa and Gatineau Valley Ry 

Parry Sound Colonization Ry 

Port Arthur, Duluth and Western Ry. . . 

Quebec and Lake St. John Ry 

St. Lawrence and Adirondack Ry 

Temiscouata Ry 

Tobique Valley Ry 



1894. 



Atlantic and North Western Ry 

Baie des Chaleurs Ry 

Buctouche and Moncton Ry 

Irondale, Bancroft and Ottawa Ry 

Kingston, Napanee and Western Ry 

Lake Erie and Detroit Ry 

Lotbiniere and Megan tic Ry . , 

Montreal and Ottawa Ry 

Montreal and Western Ry 

Montford Colonization Ry 

New Glasgow Iron, Coal and Ry. Co 

Ottawa, Arnprior and Parry Sound Ry 

Ottawa and Gatineau Valley Ry 

Orford Mountain Ry . . . 

Philipsburg Junction Railway and Quarry Co. . . . 

Quebec and Lake St. John Railway Co 

Shuswap and Okanagan Railway Company. . . 
St. Lawrence and Adirondack Railway Company. 

Thousand Islands Railway Company 

Tobique Valley Railway Company 

United Counties Railway Company .'. . 







$ cts. 


9 cts. 


536,198 20 


9,536,692 34 


38,790 00 


- 


32,000 00 




30,400 00 




70,075 00 




20,222 73 




162,260 00 




58,600 00 




40,256 00 




92,784 00 




54,830 00 




73,000 00 




32,800 00 






1,248,215 93 



186,600 00 

13,435 00 

17,000 CO 

1,856 00 

133,388 00 
15,100 00 
32,9 f5 84 

101,380 00 
28,820 00 

114,125 00 
76,471 77 
24,448 00 
21,150 00 
41,674 46 



Carried forward . 



186,600 00 
95,825 00 
34,580 00 
32,000 00 
13,932 80 

220,331 00 
35,200 00 
23,640 00 

119,486 00 

32,000 00 

5,454 16 

101,120 00 
53,376 00 
52,800 00 
18,688 00 
81,600 00 
640 00 
297 60 
14,000 00 
19,341 54 
88,973 00 



811,394 07 



1,229,885 10 



12,826, L8f 44 



122 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Statement showing the Yearly Subsidy Payments made to various Railways from 1884 

to March 31 1916 — Continued. 



To Whom Paid. 



Brought forward 



1895. 



Atlantic and North Western Railway 

Canada Eastern Railway 

Canadian Pacific Railway 

Drummond County Railway 

Dominion Coal Company Railway 

Irondale, Bancroft and Ottawa Railway 

Grand Trunk, Georgian Bay and Lake Erie Railway 

Great Northern Railway 

Lake Temiscamingue Colonization Railway 

Lotbiniere and Megan tic Railway 

Montford Colonization Railway 

Nakusp and Slocan Railway 

Ottawa, Arnprior and Parry Sound Railway 

Parry Sound Colonization Railway 

Philipsburg Junction Railway and Quarry Company. 

Quebec, Montmorency and Charlevoix Railway 

Shuswap and Okanagan Railway 

United Counties Railway 

Pontiac and Pacific Junction Railway 



1896. 

Atlantic and North-Western Railway 

Beauharnois Junction Railway 

Dominion Coal Company 

Great Northern Railway 

Lake Temiscamingue Colonization Railway 

New Glasgow Iron, Coal and Railway Company 

Oshawa Railway and Navigation Company 

Ottawa, Arnprior and Parry Sound Railway 

Parry Sound Colonization Railway 

Quebec Central Railway 

Quebec and Lake St. John Railway 

St. Stephen and Milltown Railway . 

Tilsonburg, Lake Erie and Pacific Railway 

Toronto, Hamilton and Buffalo Railway 

United Counties Railway 



1897. 

Atlantic and North-Western Railway. . . . 

Canadian Pacific Railway 

Cap de la Madeleine Railway 

Gulf Shore Railway - 

Irondale, Bancroft and Ottawa Railway.. 

Lake Temiscamingue Railway 

Lotbiniere and Megantic Railway 

Montreal and Ottawa Railway 

Ontario, Belmont and Northern Railway 
United Counties Railway 



1898. 

Atlantic and North-Western Railway. 

Coast Railway of Nova Scotia 

Gulf Shore Railway 

Carried forward 



tts. 



186,000 00 
30,400 00 
28,000 00 
92,096 00 
32,000 00 
32,000 00 
39,744 00 
32,000 00 

233,198 95 
38,400 00 
35,200 00 

117,760 00 

249,280 00 
68,780 00 
2,912 00 
30,400 00 
300 00 
42,728 15 
18,750 00 



186,600 00 

3,500 00 

55,808 00 

32,000 00 

17,900 75 

1,440 00 

22,400 00 

80,000 00 

24,800 00 

288,000 00 

3,744 00 

9,635 89 

51,200 00 

4,790 00 

52,926 85 



186,600 00 
52,000 00 

7,424 00 
28,635 05 
48,000 00 

6,476 25 
22,400 00 
32,000 00 
30,720 00 

2,700 00 



186,600 00 
90,400 00 
25,064 15 



302,064 15 



$ cts. 
12,826,187 44 



1,310,549 10 



834,745 49 



416,955 30 



15.3S8,437 33 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



123 



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Statement showing the Yearly Subsidy Payments made to various Railways from 

1884 to March 31, 1916— Continued. 



To Whom Paid . 



Brought forward 



1898. 

Ottawa, Amprior and Parry Sound Railway. 

St. Lawrence and Adirondack Railway 

Crow's Nest Pass Railway 

Montreal and Ottawa Railway 

Ottawa and New York Railway 

St. Stephen and Milltown Railway 

Montford Colonization Railway 

United Counties Railway 

Grand Trunk Railway 



1899. 

Atlantic and North- Western Railway 

Nova Scotia Central Railway 

Central Railway of New Brunswick 

Crow's Nest Pass Railway 

Great Northern Railway Company 

Montreal and Ottawa Railway , 

Ottawa and New York Railway 

Drummond County Railway 

Victoria Bridge 

Montford Colonization Railway 

Restigouche and Western Railway .... 
Tilsonburg, Lake Erie and Pacific Railway 
Ottawa, Arnprior and Parry Sound Railway 
East Richelieu Valley Railway 



1900. 



Atlantic and North-Western Railway 

Canada Eastern Railway 

Crow's Nest Pass Railway 

Grand Trunk Railway 

Pembroke Southern Railway 

Philipsburg Railway and Quarry Company . 

Restigouche and Western Railway 

South Shore Railway . 

Tilsonburg, Lake Erie Pacific Railway 



1901. 



Atlantic and North-Western Railway 

Ma.ssawippi Valley Railway 

Great Northeru Railway 

South Shore Railway 

Inverness and Richmond Railway 

Canadian and Northern Railway 

Grand Trunk Railway 

Central Ontario Railway 

Midland Railway 

Canadian Pacific Railway 

Ottawa and New York Railway 

Quebec Bridge 

St. Mary's River Railway 

Crow's Nest Pass Railway _, . 

Pontiacand Pacific Junction and Gatineau Valley Railway. . . 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
302,064 15 



327,232 00 

84,480 00 

453,750 00 

40,000 00 

33,600 00 

5,212 11 

35,840 00 

1,488 00 

131,268 52 



2, 



186,600 00 

4.500 00 

66,761 00 

322,500 00 
32,000 00 
46,400 00 

138,784 00 

136,000 00 
68,331 05 
64,400 00 
32,000 00 
10,912 00 
22,('80 00 
69,952 00 



186,600 00 

8,000 0C 

340,000 00 

72,028 68 

64,000 00 

2,112 00 

14,930 00 

30,890 19 

7,159 48 



186,600 00 

5,376 00 

345,323 11 

88,400 00 

132,800 00 

537,600 00 

228,371 75 

67,200 00 

170,264 00 

92,800 00 

90,000 00 

74,570 00 

75,000 00 

205,524 00 

212,500 00 



9 cts 

15,388,437 33 



1,414,934 78 



3,201,220 05 



725,720 35 



2,512,328 86 
23,242,641 37 



124 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Statement showing the Yearly Subsidy Payments made to various Railways from 

1884 to March 31, 1916— Continued. 



To Whom Paid . 



Brought forward . 



1902. 



Algoma Central and Hudson's Bay Ry 

Atlantic and Lake Superior Ry. . .- 

Atlantic and North- Western Ry 

Canadian Northern Ry 

Canadian Pacific Ry 

Crow's Nest Pass Ry 

Inverness and Richmond Ry 

Lake Erie and Detroit Ry 

Montreal and Province Line Ry 

Ottawa, Northern and Western Ry 

(Quebec Bridge. .. 

Thousand Islands Ry .... 

York and Carleton Ry.. 



1903. 



Atlantic and North-Western Ry 

Quebec Bridge 

Crow's Nest Pass Ry 

Cape Breton Ry. Extension ..... 

Canadia Pacific Ry. — West Selkirk Branch 

M M Dyment Branch 

ii n Kootenay and Arrowhead . 

,, ii Was-kada Branch 

Great Northern Ry 

Inverness and Richmond Ry 

Algoma Central and Hudson's Bay Ry 

Atlantic and Lake Superior Ry 

Manitoulin and North Shore Ry 

Bay of Quinte Ry . .' , 

Canadian Northern Ry 

Bruce Mines and Algoma Ry 

Halifax and Yarmouth Ry 

Midland Ry 

Magnetewan River Ry 

Tilsonburg, Lake Erie and Pacific Ry 



1904. 



Atlantic and Lake Superior Ry 

Atlantic and North-Western Ry ... 

Bay of Quinte Ry 

Canadian Northei'n Ry . 

Canadian Pacific Ry 

Cape Breton Ry 

Cha<eauguay and Northern Ry 

Halifax and South Western Ry 

Halifax and Yarmouth Ry 

Inverness Railway and Coal Company 

Midland Ry 

New Brunswick Coal and Railway Company 

Northern Colonization Ry 

Ottawa, Northern and Western Ry 

Pontiac and Pacific Junction Ry 

Restigouche and Western Ry 

St. Mary's River Ry 

Schombf rg and Aurora Ry 

South Shore Ry 

Tilsonburg, Lake Erie and Pacific Ry 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



380,624 00 
14,800 00 

186,600 00 

939,891 00 
67,200 00 
22,946 00 
86,800 00 

137,120 00 

58,560 00 

8,192 00 

167,430 00 

5,440 00 

18,336 00 



186,600 00 

132,353 33 
60,000 00 
65,280 00 
83,200 00 
22,336 00 
42,771 CO 
50,480 00 
37,777 20 
91,775 53 

202,912 00 
52,353 98 
32,000 00 
19,200 00 
57,485 00 
28,800 00 
60,000 00 

190,186 30 

3,552 00 

44,160 00 



37,000 00 

186,600 00 

49,920 00 

374,156 00 

409.986 85 

117,120 00 

191,595 00 

185,422 00 

9,600 00 

57,170 44 

1,750 00 

48,000 00 

58,384 00 

96,672 00 

21,696 00 

30,208 00 

40,960 00 

46,144 00 

80,494 16 

4.000 00 



S cts. 
23,242,641 37 



2,093,939 00^ 



1,463,222 34 



2,046,878 45 



28,846,681 16 



I'l IU.IC AMOUNTS 



125 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Statement showing the Yearly Subsidy Payments made to various Railways from 1884 

to March 31, 1916 — Continued. 



To Whom Paid. 



Brought forward . 



1905. 



Co. 



Atlantic and North-Western Ry. Co. 
Atlantic and Lake Superior Ry. Co . . 
Algoma Central and Hudson's Bay Ry. 

Bruce Mines and Algoma Ry. Co 

Beersville Coal and Ry. Co 

Canadian Pacific Ry. — Pheasant Hills Branch 

Halifax and South- Western Ry. Co 

Kootenay and Arrowhead Ry. Co. . . . ; 

Lindsay, Bobcaygeon and Pontypool Ry. Co . . 

Middleton and Victoria Beach Ry. Co 

Or ford Mountain Ry. Co 

South Shore Ry — Canadian Bridge Co 

St. Mary's River Ry. Co 



190G. 

Atlantic and North- Western Ry. Co 

Northern Colonization Ry. Co 

Kootenay and Arrowhead Ry. Co 

Orford Mountain Ry. Co 

Restigouche and Western Ry. Co 

Quebec and Lake St. John Ry. Co 

Middleton and Victoria Beach Ry. Co 

James Bay Ry. Co 

Halifax and South-Western Ry. Co 

Nicola, Kamloops, Similkameen Coal and Ry. Co 
Chateauguay and Northern Ry. Co 



1907. 

Atlantic and North-Western Ry. Co 

Klondyke Mines Ry. Co 

Canadian Pacific Ry. Co. (Staynerville Branch) . 

Bay of Quinte Ry. Co 

Brockville, Westport and Sault Ste. Marie Ry. Co 

Midland Ry. Co 

International Ry. Co. of New Brunswick 

Quebec and Lake St. John Ry. Co 

Middleton and Victoria Beach Ry. Co 

James Bay Ry. Co 

Halifax and South-western Ry. Co 

Chateauguay and Northern Ry. Co 



1908. 



Canadian Northern Quebec Ry. Co 

Canadian Northern Ontario Ry. Co 

Ottawa Northern and Western Ry. Co 

Central Ontario Railway Co 

Kettle River Valley Ry. Co 

Colchester Coal and Ry. Co 

Minudie Coal Co., Limited . . .... ... 

Napierville Junction Ry. Co 

Atlantic, Quebec and Western Ry. Co 

York and Carleton Ry. Co . .j. 

Carried forward 



% cts. 



186,600 00 
42,336 86 

341,440 00 
25,120 00 
20,736 00 
56,576 00 

291,842 00 
4,176 15 

185,173 06 

47,789 00 

38,250 00 

3,456 46 

32,134 00 



186,600 00 

75,376 00 

89,076 00 

45,764 50 

50,070 07 

86,016 00 

50,303 80 

651,264 c0 

176,512 00 

110,592 00 

116,000 00 



186,600 00 

96,000 00 

9,600 00 

72,602 45 

35,600 00 

4,967 70 

51,200 00 

67,712 00 

27,667 20 

420,608 00 

268,107 20 

84,224 75 



256,870 40 

244,224 00 

4,243 20 

76,861 36 

97,771 52 

12,800 00 

18,544 00 

173,440 00 

64.000 00 

14,560 00 



963,314 48 



% cts. 
28,846,681 16 



1,275,629 53 



1,637,574 37 



1,324,889 30 



33,084,774 36 



126 



DEPARTMENT OF FINAXOE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Statement showing the Yearly Subsidy Payments made to various Railways from 1884 

to March 31, 1916 — Continued. 



To Whom Paid. 



Brought forward 

1908— Concluded. 

Nicola, Kamloops and Similkameen Coal and Ry. 

Quebec Central Ry. Co 

Orford Mountain Ry. Co 

Edmonton, Yukon and Pacific Ry. Co 

Halifax and South- Western Ry. Co 

Quebec & Lake St. John Ry. Co 

Midland Ry. Co 

Canadian Pacific Ry. Co 

Klondyke Mines Ry. Co 

Atlantic & North-Western Ry. Co 

Quebec Railway Subsidies 



Co. 



1909. 

Cauadian Northern Quebec Ry. Co 

Canadian Northern Ontario Ry. Co , 

International Ry. Co. of New Brunswick 
Central Ontario Ry. Co . 

St. Maurice Valley Ry. Co , 

Maritime Coal, Railway & Power Co 
St. Mary's & Western Ontario Ry Co . 

North Shore Ry. Co 

Atlantic, Quebec & Western Ry. Co. . . . 

Northern Colonization Ry. Co 

Grand Trunk Pacific Ry. Co 

Quebec, Montreal & Southern Ry. Co. . . , 
Atlantic & North-Western Ry. Co 



1910. . 

Canadian Northern Quebec Ry. Co 

Grand Trunk Pacific Ry. Co 

Canadian Pacific Ry. Co 

International Ry. Co. of New Brunswick 

Atlantic Quebec & Western Ry. Co 

Cape Breton Ry. Co 

Northern Colonization Ry. Co 

Canadian Northern Ontario Ry. Co 

Quebec, Montreal & Southern Ry. Co . . . 



1911. 



Atlantic, Quebec & Western Ry. Co 

International Ry. Co. of New Brunswick. 

Central Ontario Ry. Co 

Quebec-Central Ry. Co 

Liverpool & Milton Ry. Co., Ltd 

Manitoulin & North Shore Ry. Co 

Grand Trunk Pacific Ry. Co 

Quebec, Montreal & Southern Ry. Co. . . 

Canada & Gulf Terminal Ry. Co 

St. Maurice Valley Ry. Co 

Canadian Northern Quebec Ry. Co 

Canadian Northern Ontario Ry. Co 



Carried forward. 



$ " cts. 
963,314 48 



190,208 00 
55,638 69 
24,128 00 
91,200 00 

316,567 73 

73,472 00 

31,892 40 

3,424 00 

101,184 00 

186,600 00 
,394,000 00 



55,449 60 
556,864 00 
189,849 60 

85,404 64 

112,640 00 

3,200 00 

67,344 00 
6,880 00 

92,672 00 

68,320 00 
367,249 00 

43,414 55 
186,600 00 



164,172 29 
550,551 96 
334,160 00 
187,494 40 
208,896 00 
14,400 00 
153,120 00 
250,982 10 
1S4.320 00 



31,334 40 
169,536 00 

24,601 32 
129,320 61 

32,000 00 

68,638 72 
302,679 04 

60,000 00 
144,803 84 

60,480 00 
144,608 51 
116,889 60 



S cts. 
33,084,771 36 



4,431,629 30 



1,785,887 39 



2,048,097 05 



1,284,892 04 



42,635,280 14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



127 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Statement showing the Yearly Subsidy Payments made to various Railways from 

1884 to March 31, 1916 — Continued. 



To Whom Paid. 



Brought forward. 



1912. 



The Central Ontario Ry. Co 

The St. Mary's & Western Ontario Ry. Co. . 
The Quebec, Montreal & Southern Ry. Co . . 

The Canada & Gulf Terminal Ry. Co 

The Quebec & Lake St. John Ry. Co 

The Canadian Pacific Ry. Co 

The Atlantic, Quebec & Western Ry. Co. . . . 
The Algoma Central k Hudson Bay Ry. Co 

The Canadian Northern Quebec Ry. Co 

The Thessalon & Northern Ry. Co 

The Kettle River Valley Ry. Co 

The Quebec & Saguenay Ry. Co 

The Vancouver & Lulu Island Ry. Co 



1913. 

The Canadian Pacific Ry. Co 

The Quebec & Saguenay Ry. Co. . 

The Ha Ha Bay Ry. Co. . . 

The Northern New Brunswick & Seaboard Ry. Co. 

The Canadian Northern Pacific Ry. Co 

The Algoma Eastern Ry. Co 

The Orford Mountain Ry. Co 

The Algoma Central & Hudson Bay Ry. Co 

The Quebec Central Ry. Co 

The Atlantic, Quebec & Western Ry. Co 

The Esquimalt & Nanaimo Ry. Co 

The Southampton Ry. Co 

The Kettle River Valley Ry. Co 

The Fredericton and Grand Lake Coal & Ry. Co . . 
The St. John & Quebec Ry. Co 



1914. 



The Algoma Eastern Ry. Co 

The Canadian Northern Pacific Ry. Co 

The Canadian Northern Alberta Ry Co 

The Canadian Northern Ontario Ry. Co 

The Northern New Brunswick & Seaboard Ry. Co. 

The Algoma Central and Hudson Bay Ry. Co 

The St. John & Quebec Ry. Co ' 

The Central Railway Co. of Canada 

The Temiskaming & Northern Ontario Ry. Co. . . . 

The Southampton Railway Co 

The Lake Erie & Northern Ry. Co 

The Quebec & Saguenay Ry. Co 

The Ha Ha Bay Ry. Co 

The Canadian Pacific Ry. Co 

The Alberta Central Railway Co 

The Kettle River Valley Ry. Co 

The Central Ontario Ry. Co 

The Tilsonburg, Lake Erie & Pacific Ry. Co 



Carried forward. 



$ eta. 



826 17 

365 00 

23,835 70 

65,249 75 

27,520 00 

108,608 00 

91,279 60 

133,584 00 

86,468 03 

6,112 00 

148,800 00 

104,992 00 

61,760 00 



2, 



85,546 43 

27,611 60 
148,148 20 

86,528 00 
705,378 00 
254,089 40 
9,984 00 
394,859 44 
8,576 00 
414,618 00 
365,440 00 

48,442 88 
107,138 40 
104,996 04 
174,120 96 



179,897 01 
520,281 00 
832,024 00 
948,809 47 

21,632 00 
456,304 00 
364,617 42 

30,145 02 
134,080 00 

32,837 12 
135,129 60 
116,167 68 

66,919 28 

344,682 27 

119,712 00 

699,389 60 

969 30 

32,640 00 



$ cts. 
42,635,280 14 



859,400 25 



4,935,507 35 



19,036,236 77 



67,466,424 51 



128 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Statement showing the Yearly Subsidy Payments made to various Railways from 

1884 to March 31, 1916— Concluded. 



To Whom Paid. 



Brought forward . 
1915. 



The Fredericton and Grand Lake Coal and Railway Company , 

The Canadian Northern Ontario Railway Company 

The Atlantic and Lake Superior Railway Company 

The St. John and Quebec Railway Company 

The Ha Ha Bay Riilway Company 

The Algomi Central and Hudson Bay Railway Company 

The E-squimalt and Nanaimo Railway Company 

The Kootenay Central Railway Company 

The Canadian Northern Pacific Railway Company 

The, Canadian Northern Alberta Railway Company 

The Algomi Eastern Railway Company 

The Alberta Central Railway Company 

The Kettle River Valley Railway Company 



191G. 

Quebec Central Railway 

International Railway of New Brunswick 
Canadian Northern Ontario Railway 

The Kettle Valley Railway 

Canadian Pacific Railway 

The Alberta Central Railway 

The Canadian Northern Pacific Railway. . 



cts. 



in, 

2,343. 

18, 

59 

16, 

138. 

405, 

1,065, 

178, 

262, 

13, 

209, 

369, 



579 96 
335 80 
449 17 
581 32 
158 72 
980 56 
120 00 
856 00 
077 80 
080 00 
022 87 
768 00 
497 28 



43.161 60 

791 93 

495,604 83 

460,691 49 

80.032 00 

("5,000 00 

244,889 57 



S cts. 
67,466,424 51 



5,191,507 48 



1,400,171 42 



74,058,103 41 



7 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 A. 1917 



PAET II 



REVENUE STATEMENT 



2—9 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



n 



Comparative Statement of Consolidated Fund. 

1914-15 and 1915-16. 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Revenue for Fiscal Years 



1914-15. 



1915-16. 



Customs — 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Prince Edward Island . 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

Saskatchewan 

British Columbia 

Yukon 

British P.O. Parcels... 
North West Territory . 



S cts 



30,891, 

22,459, 

2,796, 

2,139, 

158, 

6,310, 

2,423, 

1,334, 

7,240, 

164, 

21, 

1, 



053 46 
282 23 
531 21 
361 36 
960 66 
417 09 
824 99 
666 79 
531 73 
201 57 
262 46 
126 17 



Chinese Immigration. 



Excise — 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Prince Edward Island . 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

Saskatchewan 

British Columbia 

Yukon 



5,871,124 71 

12,292,854 71 

132,789 94 

208,585 84 

21,061 57 

1,231,444 07 

698,312 65 

226,326 08 

691,303 34 

9,180 21 



Methylated spirits. 



21,382,983 12 
96,747 67 



Post Office— 

Balance due by postmasters 

Postage stamps, postcards, etc. 

Postage paid in cash on news- 
papers 

Postage paid in cash on 3rd class 
matter 

Rent on boxes and drawers 

Commission on Money Orders. 

Commission on Postal Notes. . . 

Profit in exchange on Money 
Order business with other 
countries 

Profit in exchange on British 
Postal Order business 

Commission on United Kingdom 
Postal Order business 

Transit charges on correspond- 
ence from other countries. . . . 

Postage on parcels from other 
countries 

Void Money Orders 

Collections for rural mail boxes. 

Miscellaneous 

Revenue for the Fiscal Year 1914 
15 credited 1915-16 



27,161 61 
14,598,287 94 

284,420 57 

431,705 31 
194,295 43 
649 723 61 
124,359 99 



55,343 28 

545 93 

893 81 

121,979 50 

165,838 60 

48,614 74 

123,238 50 

8,274 28 



16,834,683 10 



Deductions — 
Salaries, allowances, etc. 

Carried forward 



3,518,778 81 



3,518,778 81 



$ cts 



75,941,219 72 
294,490 17 



21,479,730 79 



$ cts 



47,133, 

27,404, 

3,542, 

3,226, 

152, 

6,849, 

1,918, 

1,619, 

6,610, 

182, 

11, 



091 51 
935 47 
055 37 
399 02 
064 19 
079 40 
550 84 
180 88 
110 09 
743 51 
199 20 



5,986,974 62 

13,391,269 73 

184,043 49 

229,973 52 

24,420 49 

1,014,324 32 

541,389 85 

311,192 69 

.624,776 52 

8,280 00 



22,316,645 23 
111,846 35 



27,161 61 
20,617,454 48 

253,558 03 

422,763 79 
189,503 75 
634,286 99 
122,908 37 



537 01 

912 29 

135,326 62 

160,261 83 

37,757 48 

130,855 24 

6,411 37 

280 17 



22,739,979 03 



3,553,737 70 



97,715,440 68 



3,553,737 70 



$ cts. 



98,649,409 48 
-31,713 75 



22,428,491 5 



121,046, 1S7 31 



u 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Comparative Statement of Consolidated Fund. Revenue for Fiscal Years 

1914-15 and 1915-16— Continued. 



Brought forward . 



Post Office — Concluded. 

Discounts to stamp vendors and 
postmasters and compensation 
to messengers for special de 
livery letters 

Losses by fire, burglary, etc. . . . 

Balance of commission paid to 
other countries on Money Order 
business 

Transit charges on correspond 
ence to other countries 

Postage on parcels to other coun- 
tries 

Balance due by postmasters 

Amounts to be adjusted 

Loss in exchange on Money Order 
business with other countries. . 



Total, post office. 



Public Works — 

Graving docks 

Slides and booms. 
Telegraph 



Minor Public Works — 

Ferries 

Wharves and piers. 
Harbours 



Railways — 

Intercolonial — 

Passenger traffic . 
Freight traffic... 
Mail and express. 
Miscellaneous 



1914-15. 



$ cts. 
3,518,778 81 



111,835 55 
5,271 40 



69,916 95 

23,103 71 

31,965 50 

27,161 61 

-15 11 



3,788,018 42 



Windsor Branch. 



Prince Edward Island . 
Passenger traffic . . . 

Freight traffic 

Mail and express. . , 
Miscellaneous 



National Transcontinental Rail- 
way — 

Passenger traffic 

Freight traffic 

Mail revenue 

Miscellaneous 



Less Income account — Hire of 
equipment 



Carried forward . 



2 — 9i 



35,304 56 

80,598 12 

225,512 29 



939 00 

33,223 75 

789 00 



3,093,856 82 

7,199,477 07 

704,908 60 

446,630 65 



11,444,873 14 



23,169 22 



180,796 97 

188,396 21 

30,488 27 

15,813 99 



415,495 44 



22,571 59 

168,011 01 

262 92 

10,391 41 



201,236 93 
48,023 38 



153,213 55 



12,036,751 35 



$ cts 
97,715,440 68 



13,046,664 68 



341,414 97 



34,951 75 



111,138,472 08 



1915.16. 



$ cts. 
3,553,737 70 



150,181 77 
4,468 19 



26,423 44 

15,678 19 

103,238 01 

27,161 61 



400 02 



3,881,288 93 



63,464 34 
108,227 41 
181,227 04 



1,039 00 

56,261 40 

1,568 10 



4,010,879 58 

9,200,339 21 

781,452 30 

76,120 32 



14,068,791 41 



174,454 52 

181,518 96 

21,937 03 

13,016 31 



390,926 82 



473,109 61 

3,776,275 90 

38,797 63 

82,466 39 



4,370,649 53 
612,262 14 



3,758,387 39 



18,218,105 62 



S cts. 
121,046,187 31 



18,858,690 10 



352,918 79 



58,868 50 



140,316,664570 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



11 



^ 7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Comparative Statement of Consolidated Fund. Revenue for Fiscal Years 

1914-15 and 1915-16— Continued. 



1914-15. 



1915-16. 



Brought forward. 



Railways — Concluded. 

New Brunswick and Prince Ed 
ward Island Railway — 

Passenger traffic 

Freight traffic 

Mail and express 

Miscellaneous 



$ cts. 
12,036,751 35 



6,697 30 

24,602 99 

4,479 21 

1,176 95 



Less — Hire of equipment. 



St. John & Quebec Railway — 

Passenger traffic 

Freight traffic 

Express 

Miscellaneous 



Less- 



-Hire of equipment 

Rental 

Half of difference between 
Operation expenses and 
Earnings credited to Rev- 
enue in error 1914-15.... 



International Railway of New- 
Brunswick — 

Passenger traffic 

Freight traffic 

Mail and Express 

Miscellaneous 



Less — Hire of Equipment. 



Total Railways 

Canals — 

Chambly 

Murray 

Chats Falls 

Carillon and Grenville 

Rideau 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Beauharnois 

Cardinal 

Cornwall 

Montreal 

St. Anne's Lock and Canal. 

Soulanges 

St. Peters 

Trent 

Welland Ship Canal 

Welland 

Port Col borne Elevator 

Lock House Rents 



Brought forward . 



36,956 45 
11,536 64 



25,419 81 



4,544 12 
16,269 76 



3,407 34 



24,221 22 
2,503 98 



21,717 24 



28,119 10 

42,426 43 

1,258 55 

757 83 



72,561 91 
7,092 99 



65,468 92 



208 00 
5 00 



1,149 93 

4,304 68 

493 00 

14,788 65 

1,819 00 

7,780 35 

139,488 15 



3,258 00 

2 00 

16,598 04 



55,253 46 

176,674 38 

5,940 50 



$ cts. 
111,138,472 08 



12,149,357 32 



427,763 14 



123,715,592 54 



$ cts. 
18,218,105 62 



10,404 56 

41,696 60 

2,902 86 

357 71 



55,361 73 
4,947 39 



50,414 34 



27,532 08 

38,193 59 

215 27 

76 80 



66,017 74 

8,255 00 

20 03 



2,977 51 



54,765 20 



41,067 41 

68,643 57 

2,032 38 

417 18 



112,160 54 
7,537 05 



104,623 49 



979 00 
215 00 

1 00 
2,386 75 
9,124 43 

493 00 

15,040 15 

1,885 00 

4,993 10 

143,929 22 

444 24 

3,597 00 

2 00 
17,830 33 

100 00 
79,776 
165,925 



T9 
20 



S cts. 
140,316,664 70 



18,427,908 65 



446,722 21 



159,191.295 56 



11 



I'l Id AC U-COVNTS 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Comparative Statement of Consolidated Fund. Revenue for Fiscal Years 

1914-15 and 1915-16— Continued. 



1914-15. 



191.5-16. 



Brought forward. . 



Canals — Concluded. 

Note — Lock House Rents for 1915-16 

included in Canals Revenue. 
Interest on Investments — 

Loans to Banks, Finance Act. 1914 

Interest on Sinking Funds 

Interest on Montreal Harbour 
debentures 

St. John's Bridge and Railway 
extension 

Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. . . 

Canadian Northern Railway 

Interest on Province of Quebec 
debt account 

Interest on Current Account with 
Bank of Montreal, London. . . 

Montreal Turnpike Trust Co 

Interest on Quebec Harbour De- 
bentures 



Patents — 

Patents 

Assignments 

Notices 

Caveats 

Certified copies 

Subscriptions to record. 
Sundries 



Less — Refunds. 



Trademarks — 

Trademarks 

Copyrights 

Designs 

Assignments 

Certified copies 

Timber marks 

Less — Refunds 

Total Patent Fees.. 

•Casual Revenue — 

Agriculture 

Customs 

External Affairs 

Finance 

House of Commons 

Indian Affairs 

Inland Revenue 

Interior 

Justice 

Labour 

Marine and Fisheries 

Militia and Defence 

• Mines 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 



211,551 97 
349,841 49 

681,876 90 



1,591,652 16 



58,944 38 

81,379 97 
5,000 00 



169,966 40 
8,513 87 
1,995 80 
2,095 80 
2,708 40 
851 50 
38 85 



186,170 62 



28,381 85 

2,045 27 

1,272 55 

662 85 

397 60 

80 75 



32,840 87 



64,700 07 

3,482 22 

1,078 00 

395,463 92 

6,988 75 

13,092 99 

8 ,270 89 

11,704 44 

4,956 86 

1,273 82 

641,210 27 

1,624 61 

634 05 



S cts. 
123,715,592 54 



2,980,246 87 



219,011 49 



$ cts. 



62,722 49 
398,787 91 

755,528 06 

34,712 00 

1,304,443 84 

516,301 39 

58,944 38 

4,109 96 
5,000 00 

217,660 10 



186,969 87 
8,462 64 
2,053 30 
2,209 90 
2,625 15 
718 58 
241 96 



203,281 40 
3,347 81 



199,933 59 



32,510 94 

1,674 97 

1,240 50 

493 40 

268 15 

78 50 



36,266 46 
6,008 10 



30,258 36 



76,120 54 

1,515 88 

8,062 50 

231,424 61 

8,801 70 

50,803 16 
9,273 62 

28,881 09 

2,716 84 

1,128 18 

284,565 33 

41,318 57 
1,824 62 



1,154,480 89 126,914,850 90 



$ cts. 
159,191,295 56 



3,358,210 13 



230,191 95 



746,436 64 162,779,697 64 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



11 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Comparative Statement of Consolidated Fund. Revenue for Fiscal Years 

1914-15 and 1915-16— Continued. 



1914-15. 



1915-16. 



Brought forward. 



Casual Revenue — Concluded. 

Naval Service 

Post Office 

Printing and Stationery. . . 

Public Works 

Railways and Canals 

R. N. W. Mounted Police. 

Secretary of State 

Senate 

Trade and Commerce 



$ cts 

1,154,480, 89 



34,395 49 

427 73 

22,107 82 

146,020 97 

125,052 64 

83 20 

115,189 62 

4,335 15 

525 76 



Ordnance Lands 

Fines and Forfeitures 

Premium, Discount and Exchange. 



Mariner's Fund — 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Prince Edward Island . 
British Columbia 



Less — Refunds . 



Electric Light — 

Inspection Fees 

Export Licenses, Electric Power. 



Steamboat Inspection — 

Steamboat Inspection. . 
Engineers' Certificates. 



Gas Inspection — 

Ontario.. : 

Quebec 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Prince Edward Island . 

Manitoba 

Alberta 

British Columbia 



Tl eights and Measures — 

Ontario 

Quebec 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Prince Edward Island . 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Yukon 



Culling Timber. 



Law Stamps — 

Exchequer Court. 
Supreme Court. . . 
Territorial Court. 



Carried forward. 



21,529 18 
24,943 62 
10,063 71 
475 26 
15,513 12 



82,015 20 
425 00 



4,065 38 
1,642 00 



34,046 20 

12,162 40 

659 80 

364 60 

54 40 

4,129 60 

2,572 30 

2,852 00 



40,547 72 

25,478 80 

3,780 39 

3,383 80 

496 20 

8,862 95 

11,187 08 

6,180 70 

3,404 60 



5,450 50 
2,103 90 
2,233 85 



$ cts 

126,914,850 90 



1,602,619 27 

4,409 64 

49,636 12 

268,572 33 



72,524 89 



82,440 20 
5,707 38 



56,841 30 



103,322 24 
3,114 54 



9,788 25 



129,173,827 06 



$ cts. 
746,436 64 



66,024 35 

5 37 

50,809 10 

155,068 55 

170,924 20 

625 39 

111,412 55 

5,147 85 

21,670,09 



22,776 18 
21,338 97 
13,903 79 
527 79 
14,117 07 



72,663 80 
118 15 



70,051 75 
400 00 



3,677 12 
1,415 00 



30,034 15 

8,637 45 

614,90 

560 75 

75 10 

2,567 45 

1,178 85 

2,363 15 



46,672 15 

28,502 45 

2,319 15 

2,908 65 

343 30 

9,640 55 

11,389 40 

5,770 30 

3,228 75 

82 55 



6,180 75 
2,804 00 
2,535 40 



S cts. 
162,779,697 64 



1,328,124 09 

5,977 02 

81,691 33 

233,717 87 



72,545 65 

70,451 75 

5,092 12 



46,031 80 



110,857 25 
1,737 07 



11,520 15 



164,747,443 74 



ii 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Comparative Statement of Consolidated Fund. Revenue for Fiscal Years 

1914-15 and 1915-16— Continued. 





1914-15. 


1915 


16 






Brought forward. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
129,173,827 06 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
164,747,443 74 


Penitentiaries — 

Kingston 


14,502 33 
4,794 63 
6,072 91 
8,029 73 
3,625 54 
4,692 96 
2,828 57 


11,341 68 
6,985 13 
8,706 63 
5,243 72 
3,602 40 
3,713 06 
3,572 20 




St. Vincent de Paul 






Dorchester. . 




Manitoba 


44,546 67 
45,561 77 

92,757 02 

8,878 75 

19,443 49 

37,366 22 

676 00 

35,579 38 
32,047 17 

64,831 26 

9,973 00 

643 38 

s 




British Columbia 




Alberta 




Saskatchewan 






43,164 82 
52,951 27 


Insurance Inspection 






Fisheries — 

Ontario 


918 80 
7,639 75 
7,415 80 

14,263 99 
2,046 50 
8,312 08 
6,102 50 
4,329 65 

41,423 95 
304 00 


2,600 65 
7,006 89 
6,969 18 

15,097 80 
3,165 35 
5,926 00 
5,237 85 
3,195 00 

46,862 54 
315 00 




Quebec 




Nova Scotia 




New Brunswick 




Prince Edward Island 




Manitoba 




Alberta 




Saskatchewan 




British Columbia 




Yukon 






96,376 26 
9,912 00 














29,863 38 








31,796 94 








643 00 


Dominion Steamers — 




580 32 

10,296 70 

7,610 12 




Stanley 


8,580 17 
7,093 90 
5,534 74 




Champlain 




Earl Grey. . 






9,563 78 

6,940 46 

79 50 




Minto 


14,201 77 
168 80 




Winter Mail Service 






35,070 88 
35,142 19 








Militia — 

Ammunition, stores and clothing. 
Rents 


42,474 39 

3,962 46 

18,394 41 


120,341 59 

4,488 40 

67,469 62 




Miscellaneous 






192,299 61 
10,241 50 








Exchequer Court Reports 






140 68 


Dominion Lands — 

Homestead fees 


238,295 00 

28,720 00 

4,150 00 

114,982 17 

387,642 22 
170,126 14 
133,354 20 


170,350 00 

22,760 00 

2,980 00 

112,320 18 

772,833 32 

204,372 07 

96,764,82 




Pre-emption fees 




Purchased homestead fees 

Improvements 




Pre-emption sales under Act of 
1908 




General sales 










1,077,269 73 


129,566,131 17 


1,382,380 39 


165,285,046 27 



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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

Comparative Statement of Consolidated Fund. Revenue for Fiscal Years 

1914-15 and 1915-16— Continued. 



Brought forward . 



Dominion Lands — Concluded. 

Map, sales, office fees, etc 

Rental of lands 

Survey fees 

Timber dues 

Grazing lands 

Grazing lands — Improvements. 

Coal lands 

Hay, permits 

Mining fees 

Hydraulic leases 

Dredging leases 

Export tax on gold 

Free certificates for export on 

gold 

Stone quarries 

Irrigation fees 

Irrigation sales 

Rent of water power 

Fees re Board of Examiners 

D.L.S 

Patent and interchange fees 

Suspense Account 

Interim receipt account Yukon. . 

Sand, stone and gravel 

Petroleum 

Rocky Mountains Park 

Jasper Park 

Yolio Park 

Waterton Lakes Park 

Buffalo Park 

Elk Island Park 

Forestry Branch, sale of trees, 

etc 

Miscellaneous 

Glacier Park 

Moose Mountain, Buffalo Park... 
Revelstoke Park 



Less refunds. 



Militia Pensions. 



Inspection of Staples- 
Fees, etc 

Winnipeg 

Fort William.... 

Toronto '. 

Peter boro 

Montreal 



Elevators — 

Calgary 

Port Arthur. 

Moosejaw 

Saskatoon . . . 



Carried forward . 



1914-15. 



1,077,269 73 



14,290 23 

8,249 47 

9,607 92 

310,934 29 

101,710 58 



247,466 59 

9,065 62 

77,343 12 

5,286 98 

5,597 49 

116,241 04 

107 00 

12,098 40 

679 50 

5,549 67 

953 98 

970 60 

626 10 

7,663 62 

1,015 37 

2,517 58 

,116,181 89 

35,380 21 

1,221 65 

656 25 

267 46 

22 69 

5 00 

1,366 23 

6,697 76 

345 71 



7 00 



3,177,386 73 
317,672 14 



261,210 01 

9,777 86 

3,268 08 

152 34 

1,977 80 



276,386 09 



226,968 13 
8,158 07 
5,522 34 



240,648 54 



129,173,827 06 



2,859,714 59 
27,281 68 



132,453,127 44 



1915-16. 



1,382,380 39 



11,485 83 

8,975 60 

6,977 35 

378,960 68 

118,955 02 

462 52 

175,572 51 

9,775 37 

66,082 00 

2,850 63 

1,480 65 

111,457 19 

82 50 

9,053 27 

542 00 

16,872 15 

1,862 00 

470 00 

495 00 

2,258 87 

285 76 

1,030 32 

94,535 37 

33,224 45 

1,566 61 

442 27 

1,393 80 

219 15 

11 50 

2,085 01 

998 40 

583 50 

52 00 

25 



3,561 72 

254,993 IS 

94,274 41 

91,737 46 



444,566 77 



165,285,046 27 



2,443 
143 


479 92 
929,45 






463 


265 26 


2 


702 90 


3 


081 53 


469,049 69 



2,299,550 47 
23,512 99 



167,608,109 73 



11 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Comparative Statement of Consolidated Fund. Revenue for Fiscal Year; 

1914-15 and 1915-16— Concluded. 



Brought forward . 
Total Inspection of Staples 



Royal Northwest Mounted Po- 
lice Officers' Pensions 



War Tax Revenue. 



1914-15. 



129,566,131 17 
517,034 63 

5,262 71 
98,056 95 



133,073,481 73 



1915-16. 



167,608,109 73 
913,616 46 

5,330 36 

3,620,781 72 

172,147,838 27 



Note. — Besides the Cash Receipts shown on account of Dominion Lands, Scrip to the gross amount 
of $160.00 was received in payment of grazing lands rental. 



10 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



11 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

2STo. 

Statement of the Revenue arising from the Customs Duties, etc., of Canada for 
Dk. province of 



Balance 

at Dr. on 

April 1, 

1915. 


Balance 

at Cr. on 

April 1, 

1915. 


Customs 
Duties. 


Bonding 

Warehouse 

Fees. 

1 


Warehouse 

Storage 

Fees. 

2 


Sundries. 
3 


Total 

Receipts, 

including 

Columns Xos. 

1, 2, and 3. 


Total. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 

97,684 88 

4,047 10 

4,983 29 

715 62 

3,888 87 

2,829 14 

16,888 50 

4,887 93 

5,616 87 

42,364 62 

2,412,938 25 

17,806 42 

3,817 62 

1,015 99 

9,260 62 

2,327 07 

543,061 33 

102,365 69 

1,009 26 

68,285 43 

2,108 45 

2,185 87 

5,231 90 

336,144 66 

122,712 43 

1,786 83 

17,301 01 

96,721 00 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
5 12 


$ cts. 

97, 690 00 

4,047 10 

4,983 29 

715 62 

3,888 87 

2,829 14 

16,888 50 

4,887 93 

5,616 87- 

42,751 67 

2,413,892 54 

17,806 42 

3,817 62 

1,015 99 

9,260 62 

2,327 07 

543,061 33 

102,365 69 

1,009 26 

68,285 43 

2,108 45 

2,185 87 

5,231 90 

336,211 61 

122,712 43 

1,786 83 

17,301 01 

96,837 15 


$ cts. 
97,690 00 


48 








4,047 58 












4,983 29 


25 










715 87 




30 








3,888 57 










2,829 14 












16,888 50 












4,887 93 




10 








5,616 77 






387 05 
304 66 




42,751 67 




02 




645 63 


2,413,892 52 


1 00 




17,807 42 












3,817 62 




92 
5 33 








1,015 07 










9,255 29 










2,327 07 












543,061 33 












102,365 69 




71 40 








937 86 










68,285 43 












2,108 45 












2,185 87 


47 










5,232 37 








66 95 




336,211 61 


417 40 








123,129 83 












1,786 83 












17,301 01 




2 05 




116 06 


09 


96,835 10 








419 60 


80 12 


3,929,986 65 




874 72 


654 84 


3,931,516 21 


3,931,855 69 





















PROVINCE 


OF PRINCE 






125,316 90 
28,007 46 




61 79 


10 


125,378 69 
28,007 56 


125,378 69 








28.007 56 
















153,324 36 




61 79 


10 


153,386 25 


153.3S6 25 











PROVINCE OF NEW 



57 15 




95,643 65 

32,403 95 

16,620 G2 

4,981 34 

90,032 21 

11,761 98 

123,094 40 

7,037 77 

28,137 67 

2,705,243 09 

101,835 22 

18,007 90 

95,506 77 








95,643 65 

32,403 95 

16.620 62 

4.9S1 34 

90,032 21 

11,761 9S 

123,094 40 

7,037 77 

28,137 67 

2,705,274 27 

101.S35 22 

18,007 90 

95,506 77 


95,700 80 












32,403 95 












16,620 62 












4.9S1 34 












90,032 21 













11,761 98 




53 
25 03 








123,093 87 










7,012 74 


10 



















31 18 


2,705.274 27 










101,835 22 




20 








18,007 70 


56 42 








95,563 19 














113 67 


25 76 


3,330,306 57 






31 18 


3,330,337 7S 


3,330,425 66 











11 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



11 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

1 

the year ended March 31, 1916, and the Expenses of the Collection, etc., thereon. 

NOVA SCOTIA. Cr. 



Ports. 



Amherst 

Annapolis Royal 

Antigonish 

Ariohat 

Baddeck 

Barrington Passage. 

Bridgewater 

Canso 

Digby 

Glace Bay 

Halifax 

Kentville 

Liverpool 

Lockeport 

Lunenburg 

Middleton 

New Glasgow 

North Sydney 

Parrsboro 

Pictou 

Port Hawkesbury.. 

Port Hood 

Shelbume 

Sydney 

Truro 

Weymouth 

Windsor . . . . , 

Yarmouth 



Balance 

at Dr. on 

March 31, 

1916. 



$ cts. 



48 
25 



1 00 



47 
417 40 



419 60 



Balance 
at Cr. on 
March 31, 
1916. 



$ cts. 



30 



10 
6 02 



92 
5 33 



71 40 



2 05 



80 12 



Total 

Deposited 

to Credit of 

Receiver 

General. 



S cts. 

97,690 00 

4,047 10 

4,983 29 

715 62 

3,888 87 

2,829 14 

16,888 50 

4,887 93 

5,616 87 

42,751 67 

2,413,892 54 

17,806 42 

3,817 62 

1,015 99 

9,260 62 

2,327 07 

543,061 33 

102,365 69 

1,009 26 

68,285 43 

2, 108 45 

2,185 87 

5,231 90 

336,211 61 

122,712 43 

1,786 83 

17,301 01 

96,837 15 



3,931,516 21 



Total 



S cts. 

97,690 00 

4,047 58 

4,983 29 

715 87 

3,888 57 

2,829 14 

16,888 50 

4,887 93 

5,616 77 

42,751 67 

2,413,892 52 

17,807 42 

3,817 62 

1,015 07 

9,255 29 

2,327 07 

543,061 33 

102,365 69 

937 86 

68 285 43 

2,108 45 

2,185 87 

5,232 37 

336,211 61 

123,129 83 

1,786 83 

17,301 01 

96,835 10 



3,931,855 69 



Memorandum 

of 

Expenses of 

Collection. 



S cts 

12,694 10 
3,934 44 
1,874 62 
3,040 22 
3,679 14 
2,234 13 
2,036 88 
6,121 91 
4,384 79 
2,905 81 
111,692 74 
5,597 63 
2,740 42 
1,076 00 
6,477 29 
2,034 28 
6,229 17 

14,839 22 
2,268 50 
5,876 44 
2,989 01 
3,167 33 
1,986 10 

19,674 36 
7,129 47 
3,905 94 
6,075 53 

11,794 99 



258,460 46 



EDWARD ISLAND. 



Charlottetown 






125,378 69 
28,007 56 


125,378 69 
28,007 56 


19,050 29 


Summerside 






5,238 54 
















153,386 25 


153,386 25 


24,288 83 











BRUNSWICK. 



Bathurst 

Campbellton 

Chatham 

Dalhousie 

Fredericton 

McAdam Junction. 

Moncton 

Newcastle 

St. Andrews 

St. John 

St. Stephen 

Sackville 

Woodstock 



57 15 



10 



56 42 



113 67 



53 
25 03 



25 56 



95,643 65 

32,403 95 

16,620 62 

4,981 34 

90,032 21 

11,761 98 

123,094 40 

7,037 77 

28, 137 67 

2,705,274 27 

101,835 22 

18,007 70 

95 506 77 



S, 330, 337 55 



95,700 80 

32,403 95 

16,620 62 

4,981 34 

90,032 21 

11,761 98 

123,093 87 

7,012 74 

28,137 77 

2,705,274 27 

101,835 22 

18,007 70 

95,563 19 



3,330,425 66 



4,051 81 
1,998 35 
6,038 96 
1,985 94 
5,492 08 

11,467 46 
9,055 70 
2,260 24 
6,646 48 

84,790 75 

14,526 10 
2,255 57 

17,611 30 



168,180 74 



12 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



n 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Statement of the Revenue arising from the Customs Duties, etc., of Canada for 

Dr. PROVINCE OF 



Balance 

at Dr. on 

April 1, 

1915. 


Balance 

at Cr. on 

April 1, 

1915. 


Customs 
Duties. 


Bonding 

Warehouse 

Fees. 

1 


Warehouse 

Storage 

Fees. 

2 


Sundries. 
3 


Total 

Receipts, 

including 

Columns Nos. 

1, 2 and 3. 


Total. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 

22,751 99 

70,518 62 

160,039 19 

33,657 41 

11,601 28 

9,778 75 

2.560 91 

1,846 95 

328,392 42 

1,389 83 

24,116,304 73 

11,493 34 

13,471 84 

2,178,711 16 

6,629 86 

16,483 52 

290,894 34 

316,777 47 

505, 153 39 

33,179 12 

615,250 06 

269,926 46 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts 


$ cts. 

22,751 99 

70,518 62 

160,039 19 

33,657 41 

11,601 28 

9,778 75 

2,560 91 

1,846 95 

328,392 42 

1,389 83 

24,118,853 49 

11,493 34 

13,471 84 

2,179,117 92 

6,629 86 

16,483 52 

290,894 34 

316,778 72 

505,177 37 

33,179 12 

615.250 06 

269,926 46 


S cts. 
22,751 99 












70,518 62 












160,039 19 












33,657 41 












11,601 28 




2 60 








9,776 15 










2,560 91 












1,846 95 












328,392 42 


10 00 










1,399 83 




05 

4 22 




1,567 11 


981 65 


24,118,853 44 






11,489 12 










13,471 84 








309 89 


96 87 


2,179,117 92 


56 53 






6,686 39 


10 00 










16,493 52 












290,894 34 




10 




1 25 




316,778 62 


08 




23 98 


505,177 45 


1,577 56 








34,756 68 












615,250 06 




04 








269,926 42 












1,654 17 


7 01 


29,016.812 64 




1,878 25 


1,102 50 


29,019,793 39 


29,021,440 55 









PROVINCE OF 





01 


79,728 61 
267,239 43 
756,875 71 
180,212 96 
520,148 64 
592,917 51 
115,904 24 
526,464 51 
184,979 97 

64,129 98 
135,869 52 
7,410 08 
187,123 22 
752,018 85 
503,797 76 

63,812 64 

116,388 59 

295,382 00 

4,664,091 49 

316,807 35 

20,789 30 
468,112 86 

40,318 40 
1,225,962 50 

98,159 99 
8,240 67 

12,269 32 
401,055 87 
370,941 00 
448,623 28 
994,535 19 
1,701,941 44 






15 64 


79,744 25 
267,239 43 
756,875 71 
180,212 96 
520,198 74 
592,917 51 
115,904 24 
527,038 72 
184,979 97 

64,129 98 
135,869 52 
7,410 08 
187,125 92 
752,018 85 
503,797 76 

63,812 64 

116,388 59 

295,382 00 

4,664,404 23 

316,807 35 

20,789 30 
468,112 86 

40,318 40 
1,226,109 38 

98,159 99 
8,240 67 

12,269 32 
401,055 87 
370,941 00 
448,623 38 
994,535 19 
1,701,945 43 


79,744 24 


296 63 






267,536 06 


6,708 42 










763,584 13 




09 

58 90 

27 

05 








180,212 87 






45 12 


4 98 


520,139 84 






592,917 24 










115,904 19 








574 21 


527,038 72 










184,979 97 




02 








64,129 96 










135,869 52 












7,410 08 










2 70 


187,125 92 










752,018 85 












503,797 76 


3,178 70 










66,991 34 


35 71 










116,424 30 












295,382 00 


1,492 01 






312 74 




4,665,896 24 








316,807 35 












20,789 30 












468,112 86 












40,318 40 


1, 165 19 






131 58 


15 30 


1,227,274 57 








9S,159 99 












8,240 67 


174 55 










12,443 87 


164 84 










401,220 71 












370,941 00 












448,623 28 












994,535 19 










3 99 


1.701,945 43 













11 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



13 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

the year ended March 31, 1916, and the Expenses of the Collection, etc., thereon. 

QUEBEC. 



Ports. 



Abercorn 

Athelstan 

Beebe Junction. 

Coaticook 

Cookshire 

Gaspe 

Hemmingford . . 

Highwater 

Hull 

Mansonville. . . . 

Montreal 

Paspebiac 

Perce 

Quebec 

Rimouski 

St. Armand 

St. Hyacinthe 

St. Johns 

Sherbrooke 

Sorel 

Three Rivers. . 
Valleyfield 



Balance 

at Dr. on 

March 31, 

1916. 



$ cts 



10 00 



56 53 
10 00 



08 
1,577 56 



Balance 

at Cr. on 

March 31, 

1916. 



$ cts. 



2 60 



05 
4 22 



10 



1,654 17 



04 



7 01 



Total 

Deposited 

to Credit of 

Receiver 

General. 



$ cts. 



22, 

70, 

160, 

33, 

11, 

9, 

2, 

1, 

328, 

1, 

24,118, 

11, 

13, 

2,179, 

6, 

16, 

290, 

316, 

505, 

33, 

615, 

269, 



751 99 
518 62 
039 19 
657 41 
601 28 
778 75 
560 91 
846 95 
392 42 
389 83 
853 49 
493 34 
471 84 
117 92 
629 86 
483 52 
894 34 
778 72 
177 37 
179 12 
250 06 
926 46 



29,019,793 39 



Total. 



22, 

70, 

160, 

33, 

11, 

9, 

2 

1, 

328, 

1, 

24,118, 

11, 

13, 

2,179, 

6, 

16, 

290 

316, 

506, 

33, 

615, 

269 



cts 

751 99 
518 62 
039 19 
657 41 
601 28 
776 15 
560 91 
846 95 
392 42 
399 83 
853 44 
489 12 
471 84 
174 45 
639 86 
483 52 
894 24 
778 80 
754 93 
179 12 
250 02 
926 46 



29,021,440 55 



Memorandum 

of 

Expenses of 

Collection. 



$ cts. 

6,001 81 

5,398 93 

14,070 27 

13,928 63 

7,817 71 

1,899 96 

2,621 87 

6,373 56 

4,068 70 

2,055 20 

438,144 27 

2,632 13 

1,850 59 

104,002 78 

1,675 00 

5,909 60 

6,102 27 

30,260 62 

17,733 32 

2,958 70 

15,418 56 

4,685 85 



695,610 33 



ONTARIO. 



Amherstburg. . 

Belleville 

Berlin 

Bowmanville . . 

Brantford 

Bridgeburg. . . . 

Brockville 

Chatham 

Cobourg 

Collingwood . . . 

Cornwall 

Deseronto 

Fort Francis . . 
Fort William.. 

Gait 

Gananoque . . . 

Goderich 

Guelph 

Hamilton 

Ingersoll 

Kenora 

Kingston 

Lindsay 

London 

Midland 

Morrisburg. . . . 

Napanee 

Niagara Falls. 
North Bay. . . 

Orillia 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 



296 63 
6,708 32 



3,178 70 
35 71 



1,492 01 



1,165 19 



174 55 

164 84 

1,613 75 



01 



09 

58 90 

27 

05 



02 



79,744 25 
267,239 43 
756,875 81 
180,212 96 
520,198 74 
592,917 51 
115,904 24 
527,038 72 
184,979 97 

64,129 98 
135,869 52 
7,410 08 
187, 125 92 
752,018 85 
503,797 76 

63,812 64 

116,388 59 

295,382 00 

4,664,404 23 

316,807 35 

20,789 30 
468,112 86 

40,318 40 
1,226,109 38 

98,159 99 
8,240 67 

12,269 32 
401,055 87 
369,327 25 
448,623 28 
994,535 19 
.'1,701,945 43 



79,744 24 
269,536 06 
763,584 13 
180,212 87 
520,139 84 
592,917 24 
115,904 19 
527,038 72 
184,979 97 

64,129 96 
135,869 52 
7,410 08 
187,125 92 
752,018 85 
503,797 76 

66,991 34 

116,424 30 

295,382 00 

4,665,896 24 

316,807 35 

20,789 30 
468,112 86 

40,318 40 
1,227,274 57 

98,159 99 
8,240 67 

12,443 87 
401,220 71 
370,941 00 
448,623 28 
994,535 19 
1,701,945 43 



7,260 69 
8,320 88 
9,346 65 
2,266 50 

19,863 84 

34,479 29 
7,602 15 

11,635 58 
5,750 60 
4,674 07 
5,659 90 
2,015 55 

14,667 55 

21,737 00 
7,522 34 
3,767 03 
7,732 60 
8,406 05 

85,344 68 
3,231 52 
1,040 90 

16,380 89 
2,023 50 

38,259 98 
4,428 15 
3,484 42 
1,852 99 

48,322 79 

17,188 37 
5,342 98 
4,702 15 

74,071 52 



14 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



11 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Statement of the Revenue arising from the Customs Duties, etc., of Canada for 
Dr. PROVINCE OF 



Balance 

at Dr. on 

April 1, 

1915. 


Balance 

at Cr. on 

April 1, 

1915. 


Customs 
Duties. 


Bonding 

Warehouse 

Fees. 

1 


Warehouse 

Storage 

Fees. 

2 


Sundries. 
3 


Total 

Receipts, 

including 

Columns Nos. 

1, 2 and 3. 


Total. • 


$ cts. 
1,841 68 


S cts. 


$ cts. 

78,706 65 
151,655 06 
279,377 92 
820,954 06 

22,141 02 
528,042 41 

28,552 04 
939 61 
207,951 41 
845,359 69 
375,470 23 
631,298 72 
769,253 34 

88,243 22 
244,869 22 
219,003 05 

32,212 48 
22,326,270 02 

27,235 27 
816,972 47 
564,016 61 

26,392 65 

4,679,002 89 

134,187 86 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 

78,706 65 
151,655 06 
279,377 92 
820,954 06 

22,141 02 
528,042 76 

28,552 04 
939 61 
207,951 41 
845,394 73 
375,470 23 
631,298 72 
769,253 34 

88,243 22 
244,869 22 
219,003 05 

32,212 48 
22,330,225 20 

27,235 27 
816,972 47 
564,032 58 

26,392 65 

4,679,059 21 

134,187 86 


S cts. 

80,548 33 
151 655 06 






















279,377 92 
823,775 41 


2,821 35 


















22,141 02 




10 




35 




528,042 66 








28 552 04 












939 61 












207,951 41 










35 04 


845,394 73 


1,881 26 








377,351 49 
631,298 72 












524 02 








• 


769,777 36 












88,243 22 


526 89 










245,396 11 












219,003 05 












32,212 48 


3,902 58 






3,710 64 


244 54 


22,334,127 78 








27,235 27 












816,972 47 










15 97 


564,032 58 




3 95 
03 






26,388 70 






17 70 


38 62 


4,679,059 18 






134,187 86 














24,713 83 


63 42 


50,020,360 78 




4,218 13 


950 99 


50,025,529 90 


50,050,180 31 







PROVINCE OF 







284,146 92 

20,169 25 

18,300 03 

76,262 19 

6,566,886 10 








284,146 92 

20,169 25 

' 18,300 03 

76,270 19 

6,566,998 47 


284,146 92 












20,169 25 












18,300 03 










8 00 
112 37 


76,270 19 




10 






6,566,998 37 












10 


6,965,764 49 






120 37 


6,965,884 86 


6,965,8S4 76 











PROVINCE OF 







346,492 96 

63,609 54 

34,616 07 

812,543 99 

378,376 43 






19 80 


346,512 76 

63,609 54 

34,616 07 

812,577 92 

378,376 43 


346,512 76 










63,609 54 












34,616 07 










33 93 


812,577 92- 










37S,376 43 


















1,635,638 99 






53 73 


1,635,692 72 


1,635,692 72 













PROVINCE OF 



21 31 




949,086 62 

750,561 10 

181,027 48 

62,990 64 




102 94 
664 18 


132 83 
30 28 


949,322 39 

751,255 56 

181,027 48 

62,990 64 


949,343 70 








751,255 56 


18,001 57 






199.029 05 










62,990 64 














18 022 88 




1,943,665 84 




767 12 


163 11 


1,944,596 07 


1,962,618 95 











11 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



/ 



15 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 
the year ended March 31, 1916, and the Expenses of the Collection, etc., thereon. 

ONTARIO— Concluded. Cr. 



Ports. 


Balance 

at Dr. on 

March 31, 

1916. 


Balance ' 
at Cr. on 
March 31, 
1916. 


Total 

Deposited 

to Credit of 

Receiver 

General. 


Totals. 


Memorandum 

of 
Expenses of 
Collection. 


Owen Sound 


$ cts. 
1,841 68 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 

78,706 65 
151,655 06 
279,377 92 
820,954 06 

22,141 02 
528,042 76 

28,552 04 
939 61 
207,951 41 
845,394 73 
375,470 23 
631,298 72 
769,253 34 

88,243 22 
244,869 22 
219,003 05 

32,212 48 
22,330,225 20 

27,235 27 
816,972 47 
564,032 58 

26,392 65 

4,679,059 21 

134,187 86 


$ cts. 

80,548 33 
151,655 06 
279,377 92 
822,775 41 

22,141 02 
528,042 66 

28,552 04 
939 61 
207,951 41 
845,394 73 
377,351 49 
631,298 72 
769,777 36 

88,243 22 
245,396 11 
219,003 05 

32,212 48 
22,334,127 78 

27,235 27 
816,972 47 
564,032 58 

26,388 70 

4,679,059 18 

134,187 86 


$ cts. 

4,495 91 
4 178 00 


Paris 




Parry Sound 






6,497 63 
11 636 08 


Peterboro 


2,821 35 




Picton 




3 191 39 


Port Arthur 




10 


20,454 87 
3 103 20 


Port Hope 




PortMcNicoll 






6,362 44 
13 627 15 


Prescott 






St. Catherines 






14 169 06 


St. Thomas 


1,881 26 




8 724 16 


Sarnia 




31 650 21 


Sault Ste. Marie 


524 02 




28 600 07 


Simcoe 




3,380 57 
12 810 43 


Stratford 


526 89 




Sudbury 




11 709 56 


Tillsonburg 






2 244 21 


Toronto 


3,902 58 




287 179 31 


Trenton 


, 


2 350 55 


Wallaceburg 






9 963 18 


Welland 






5,854 36 
2 352 47 


Whitby 




3 95 
03 


Windsor 




69 051 55 


Woodstock 




5 506 11 












26,327 48 


63 42 


50,023,916 25 


50,051,180 31 


1,057,475 58 



MANITOBA. 



Brandon 






284,146 92 

20, 169 25 

18,300 03 

76,270 19 

6,566,998 47 


284, 146 92 

20, 169 25 

18,300 03 

76,270 19 

6,566,998 37 


24 649 92 


Emerson 






19 249 31 


Gretna 






7 514 66 


Portage la Prairie 






10,871 85 
198,397 41 


Winnipeg 




10 










10 


6,965,884 86 


6,965,884 76 


260 683 15 









SASKATCHEWAN. 



ALBERTA. 



Moose Jaw 


291 02 




346,221 74 

63,609 54 

34,616 07 

812,577 92 

378,376 43 


346,512 76 

63,609 54 

34,616 07 

812,577 92 

378,376 43 


37,288 97 


North Portal.. 


14 615 08 








10,032 15 
31 470 57 








Saskatoon 






35,015 97 










291 02 




1,635,401 70 


1,635,692 72 


128,422.74 



Calgary 


21 31 




949,322 39 

751,255 56 

181,027 48 

62,990 64 


949,343 70 

751,255 56 

199,029 05 

62,990 64 


57,756 90 
65 712 63 




Lethbridge 


18,001 57 




25 901 70 


Medicine Hat 




7,850 40 










18,022 88 


* 


f, 944, 596 07 


1,962,618 95 


157,221 63 



16 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



11 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Statement of the Revenue arising from Customs Duties, etc., of Canada for 

Dr. PROVINCE OF 



Balance 
at Dr. on 
April 1, 
1915. 


Balance 

at Cr. on 

April 1, 

1915. 


Customs 
Duties. 


Bonding 

Warehouse 

Fees. 

1 


Warehouse 

Storage 

Fees. 

2 


Sundries. 
3 


Total 

Receipts, 

including 

Columns Nos. 

1, 2, and 3. 


Total. 


$ cts. 


$ cts 


$ cts. 

14,263 17 

32,600 85 

39,893 67 

109,996 91 

28,859 23 

98,527 11 

90,930 87 

212,375 99 

136,271 25 

134,469 86 

98,581 22 

4,765,677 47 

988,682 11 


$ cts. 


S cts. 


$ cts. 
13 27 


$ cts. 

14,276 44 

32,600 85 

39,893 67 

109,996 91 

28,859 23 

98,554 21 

90,930 87 

212,375 99 

136,271 25 

134,469 86 

98/585 18 

4,766,414 82 

988,827 48 


$ cts. 
14,276 44 










32,600 85 












39,893 67 












109,996 91 












28,859 23 








23 91 


3 19 


98,554 21 








90,930 87 


17 










212,376 16 










136,271 25 


124 68 










134,594 54 










3 96 
294 45 
• 9 12 


98,585 18 








442 90 
136 25 


4,766,414 82 








988,827 48 










124 85 




6,751,129 71 




603 06 


323 99 


6,752,056 76 


6,752,181 61 









YUKON 







147,894 58 
35,631 00 








147,894 58 
35,631 00 


147,894 58 












35,631 00 


















183,525 58 








183,525 58 


183,525 58 










. 





RECAPITU 



419 60 


80 12 


3,929,986 65 

153,324 36 

3,330,306 57 

29,016,812 64 

50,020,360 78 

6,965,764 49 

1,635,638 99 

1,943,665 84 

6,751,129 71 

183,525 58 

11,199 20 




874 72 
61 79 


654 84 

10 

31 18 

1,102 50 

950 99 

120 37 

53 73 

163 11 

323 99 


3,931,516 21 

153,386 25 

3,330,337 75 

29,019,793 39 

50,025,529 90 

6,965,884 86 

1,635,692 72 

1,944,596 07 

6,752 056 76 

183,525 58 

11,199 20 


3,931,855 69 






153,386 25 


113 67 


25 76 
7 01 

63 42 
10 




3,330,425 66 


1,654 17 
24,713 83 




1,878 25 
4,218 13 


29,021,440 55 
50,050,180 31 




6,965,884 76 








1,635,692 72 


18 022 88 






767 12 
603 06 


1,962,618 95 


124 85 






6,752,181 61 








183,525 58 












11,199 20 














45,049 00 


176 41 


103,941,714 81 




8,403 07 


3,400 81 


103,953,518 69 
5,302,204 34 


103,998,391 28 




5,302,204 34 
















45,049 00 


176 41 


103,941,714 81 




8,403 07 


3,400 81 


98,651,314 35 


98,696,186 94 







11 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



17 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 
the year ended March 31, 1916, and the Expenses of the Collection, etc., thereon. 

BRITISH COLUMBIA. Ch. 



Ports. 


Balance 

at Dr. on 

March 31, 

1916. 


Balance 

at Cr. on 

March 31, 

1916. 


Total 

Deposited 

to Credit of 

Receiver 

General. 


Total. 


Memorandum 

of 
Expenses of 
Collection. 


Abbotsford 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 

14,276 44 

32,600 85 

39,893 67 

109,996 91 

28,859 23 

98,554 21 

90,930 87 

212,375 99 

136,271 25 

134,469 86 

98,585 18 

4,766,414 82 

988,827 48 


$ cts. 

14,276 44 

32,600 85 

39,893 67 

109,996 91 

28,859 23 

98,554 21 

90,930 87 

212,376 16 

136,271 25 

134,594 54 

98,585 18 

4,766,414 82 

988,827 48 


$ cts. 
11,477 03 








10,445 77 


Fernie 






10,948 95 


Grand Forks 






7,272 33 
11,587 58 


Greenwood 






Nanaimo 






17,993 25 
8,617 11 


Nelson 






New Westminster 


17 




26,922 52 


Prince Rupert 




21,080 49 


Revelstoke 


124 68 




19,567 70 


Rossland 




7,646 72 
183,723 66 


Vancouver 






Victoria 






76,455 82 










124 85 




6,752,056 76 


6,752,181 61 


413,738 93 







TERRITORY. 









147,894 58 
35,631 00 


147,894 58 
35,631 00 


15,283 97 
12,752 45 


White Horse 


















183,525 58 


183,525 58 


28,036 42 









LATION. 



Nova Scotia 


419 60 


80 12 


3,931,516 21 

153,386 25 

3,330,337 55 

29,019,793 39 

50,023,916 25 

6,965,884 86 

1,635,401 70 

1,944,596 07 

6,752,056 76 

183,525 58 

11,199 20 


3,931,855 69 

153,386 25 

3,330,425 66 

29,021,440 55 

50,050,180 31 

6,965,884 76 

1,635,692 72 

1,962,618 95 

6,752,181 61 

183,525 58 

11,199 20 


258,460 46 
24,288 83 


Prince Edward Island 


New Brunswick 


113 67 

1,654 17 

26,327 48 


25 56 
7 01 

63 42 
10 


168,180 74 


Quebec 


695,610 33 


Ontario 


1,057,475 58 
260,683 15 
128,422 74 
157 221 63 


Manitoba 


Saskatchewan 


291 02 

18,022 88 

124 85 


Alberta 




British Columbia 




413,738 93 


Yukon Territory 




28,036 42 


British Post Office Parcels 














Inspection, Preventive Service, 


46,953 67 


176 21 


103,951,613 82 


103,998,391 28 


3,192,118 81 
142,467 45 


Board of Customs 










190,505 70 


Miscellaneous 










130,510 26 


Customs Laboratory 










1,651 39 


Revenue Cruisers 










23,215 48 


Secret Preventive Service 










4,930 31 


Less — 
Return Duties.. . .$1,702,359 57 
Drawbacks 3,599,844 77 






5,302,204 34 


5,302,204 34 














46,953 67 


176 21 


98,649,409 48 


98,696,186 94 


3,685,399 40 



2—10 



18 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



11 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 



No. 2 

Statement of Fines and Forfeitures including Seizures, for the fiscal year ended 

March 31, 1916. 



Customs. 



Less paid to Officers and Informers. 



Inland Revenue 

Excise 

Weights and Measures. 

Adulteration Act , 

Patent Medecines 

Feeding Stuffs 

Fertilizer Act 

War Tax Fines 



Less Excise refunds. 



Agriculture — 

Inspection and Sales Act. 
Contagious Disease Act.. 

Dairy Industry Act 

Fruit Inspection Act 

Seed Control Act 

Meat and Canned Foods. 



Finance Department — 

Contractor's Security forfeited. 



Interior Department — ■ 

Immigration Act 

Northwest Territory 

Forestry Act , 

Violation of the Criminal Code. 

Justice Department — 

Police Magistrate Dawson 

White Horse. 

" " Napanee , 

Corns, of Police, Cochrane 



Marine Department — Marine Act. 

Post Office Department 

Mounted Police — Dawson 

Trade and Commerce — 

Gold and Silver Marking Act. 



$ cts. 

255,143 76 
191,766 70 



10,425 16 

200 60 

291 00 

30 00 

65 50 

121 00 

1,943 00 



13,076 26 
9,303 35 



524 70 

25 00 

879 12 

102 00 

10 00 

50 00 



2,982 71 

77 50 

5 00 

10 00 



1,005 00 

182 00 

10 00 

250 00 



$ cts. 
63,377 06 



3,772 91 



1,590 82 
7,481 83 



3,075 21 



1,447 00 

50 00 

331 50 

10 00 

555 00 

81,691 33 



ii 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



19 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Statement of Customs Fines, Forfeitures, etc. — Continued. 



Ports. 


Actual amount 

paid to the credit 

of the Receiver 

General during 

the year. 


Seizing Officers' 
and Informers' 
shares and ex- 
penses paid by 
departmental 
cheque. 


Nova Scotia. 
Amherst 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
60 00 


Canso 




12 50 


Halifax 


9 10 
30 40 
62 00 

9 00 
1,220 29 




North Sydney 




Sydney 


15 50 


Weymouth 




Yarmouth 


971 21 








1,330 79 


1,059 21 






Prince Edward Island. 
Charlottetown 




42 












42 








New Brunswick. 
McAdam Jet 




60 


St. John 


1,617 30 

802 94 

2,766 05 


1,528 43 


St. Stephen 


459 78 


Woodstock 


2,863 54 






New Brunswick Total 


5,186 29 


4,852 35 






Quebec. 
Abercorn 


450 00 
486 00 

5,657 11 

300 00 

225 50 

11,553 50 

144 26 

2,043 73 
150 25 


124 30 


Athelstan 


427 50 


Beebe Junction 


3,105 75 


Coaticook 


307 50 


High water 


232 09 


Montreal 


8,310 17 


Quebec 


82 50 


St. Johns 


800 18 


Sherbrooke 


108 13 






Quebec total .... 


21,010 35 


13,498 12 






Ontario. 
Amherstburg 




20 07 


Berlin 


5 20 

199 25 

2,594 91 

9 22 

10 00 

282 98 

1 75 

49 50 

861 26 

290 59 

97 00 

12 00 

837 80 




Brantford 


49 81 


Bridgeburg 


1,657 61 


Chatham 




Cornwall 


10 00 


Fort Frances 


83 10 


Gananoque 


90 


Goderich 


116 46 


Hamilton 


306 22 


Kingston 


202 45 


London 




Morrisburg 


7 50 


Niagara Falls 


200 53 


Parry Sound 


3 66 


Peterboro 


126 70 


37 93 








5,378 16 


2,696 24 



2—101 



20 



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11 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Statement of Customs Fines, Forfeitures, etc. — Continued. 



Ports. 


Actual amount 

paid to the credi 

of the Receiver 

General during 

the year. 


Seizing Officers' 
and Informers' 
shares and ex- 
paid by 
departmental 
cheque. 


Brought forward 


$ cts. 
5,378 16 

56 30 

17 88 

2 35 

25 00 

113 76 

277 84 

5,132 67 

15 01 

3,064 61 


$ cts. 
2,696 24 


Ontario — Concluded. 
Port Arthur 


29 31 


Prescott 


2 63 


St. Catharines 




St. Thomas 


7 50 


Sarnia 


56 88 


Sault Ste Marie 


256 2.5 
2,409 97 


Toronto 


Welland 




Windsor - 


3,260 59 






Ontario total 


14,083 58 


8,719 37 






Manitoba. 


151 20 
147 18 


61 73 


Emerson 


286,96 


Gretna 


33 63 


Winnipeg 


2,839 85 


2,068 23 






Manitoba total 


3,138 23 


2,450 55 






Saskatchewan. 
Moose Jaw 


4,773 76 

1,013 56 

253 29 

74 10 


2,132 81 


North Portal 


260 58 


Regina 


139 58 


Saskatoon 


121 82 






Saskatchewan total 


6,114 71 


2,654 79 






Alberta. 
Calgary 


130 00 

6,210 63 

1,529 17 

5 81 


65 00 


Edmonton 


4,105 75 


Lethbridge 


1,077 81 


Medicine Hat 








Alberta total 


7,875 61 


5,248 56 






r 

British Columbia. 
Abbotsford 


230 97 

64 40 

896 56 

318 40 

27 33 

3,474 88 

400 00 

7,607 71 

731 96 


61 07 


Fernie 


15 29 


Grand Forks 


672 20 


Greenwood 


389 52 


Nanaimo 


20 34 


New Westminster. 


2,536 21 


Prince Rupert 


7 50 


Vancouver 


3,106 03 


Victoria 


264 61 






British Columbia total 


13,752 21 


7,072 77 







11 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



21 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Statement of Customs Fines, Forfeitures, etc. — Concluded. 



Ports. 



Yukon Territory. 



Actual amount 

paid to the credit 

of the Receiver 

General during 

the year. 



cts. 



Seizing Officers' 
and Informers' 
shares and ex- 
penses paid by 
departmental 
cheque. 



cts. 



Dawson 


. 




3 57 












175,218 15 


109,233 81 








2,513 55 


3 201 49 












28,851 40 




Recapitulation. 






Nova Scotia 


1,330 79 


1,059 21 
42 






5,186 29 

21,010 35 

14,083 58 

3,138 23 

6,114 71 

7,875 61 

13,752 21 


4,852 35' 
13,498 12 
8,719 37 
2,450 55 
2,654 79» 
5,248 5& 
7,072 77 
3 57 


















175,218 15 
2,513 55 


109,233 81 

3,201 49 

28,851 40 














250,223 47 


186,846 41 



22 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



11 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 



No. 3 
PREMIUM, DISCOUNT AND EXCHANGE REVENUE. 





Rate 




Amount 




From what source received. 


per 


Amount 


of 


Total. 




$1,000. 


Sold. 


Revenue. 








$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Premium on New York Funds sold 


005 


1,750,000 00 
1,700,000 00 


87 50 
265 61 









15625 






(J 


17 


450,000 00 


76 50 









3125 


2,850,000 00 


890 60 






9 


325 


800,000 00 


260 00 






u 


33 


500,000 00 


165 00 






() 


34 


250/000 00 


85 00 









40 


2,000 000 00 


800 00 









425 


1,000,000 00 


425 00 









■45 


1,000 000 00 


450 00 




, 





■46875 


3,800,000 00 


1,781 24 









■475 


300,000 00 


142 50 









50 


2,350,000 00 


1,175 00 









•625 


5,400,000 00 


3,375 00 









64 


2,100,000 00 


1,344 00 









66 


250,000 00 


165 00 









68 


1,300,000 00 


884 00 









78125 


3,000,000 00 


2,343 76 









80 


300,000 00 


240 00 









9375 


650,000 00 


609 37 






1 


25 


4,150,000 00 


5, 187 60 
1,562 62 






1 


2501 


1,250,000 00 






1 


26 


1,800,000 00 


2,268 00 


. 




1 


30 


300,000 00 


390 00 






1 


5625 


1,500,000 00 


2,343 75 






1 


875 


7,000,000 00 


13,125 00 






2 


1875 


600,000 00 


1,312 50 






2 


50 


3,200,000 00 


8,000 00 






2 


501 


500,000 00 


1,250 50 






2 


51 


1,400,000 00 


3,514 00 






2 


52 


500,000 00 


1,260 00 






2 


60 


600,000 00 


1,560 00 






2 


65625 


2,800,000 00 


7,437 49 






2 


66 


500,000 00 


1,330 00 






2 


8125 


3,500,000 00 


9,843 74 






2 


96875 


250, 000 00 


742 19 






3 


1350 


1,100,000 00 


3,448 50 






3 


14 


250,000 00 


785 00 






3 


20 


650,000 00 


2,080 00 






4 


20 


750,000 00 


3,150 00 






4 


25 


300,000 00 


1,275 00 






4 


375 


500,000 00 


2,187 50 






4 


38 


1,000,000 00 


4,380 00 






5 


02 


750,000 00 


3,765 00 






5 


05 


1,250,000 00 


6,312 50 






5 


15625 


1,000,000 00 


5,156 25 






7 


51 


1,250,000,00 


9,387 50 






7 


55 


1,000,000 00 


7,550 00 












126,169 62 












71,400,000 00 








Par 


16,550,000 00 








87,950,000 00 












126,169 62 






ii PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Premium, Discount and Exchange Revenue. — Concluded. 



23 









Amount 




From what source received. 


- 


Amount 
Sold. 


of 
Revenue. 


Total. 






£ a. d. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 










126, 169 62 


Discount on Stock purchased for Sinking Funds 


69f 


8,000 


11,777 33 




70i 


5,535 6 10 


7,946 90 






77f 


10,000 


11,010 83 






77| 


250 


273 75 






78i 


6,003 12 10 


6,281 81 






92 


57,901 9 10 


22,542 97 






94| 


40,900 


11,196 38 






95 


128 19 6 


31 39 






95| 


28,000 


6, 132 00 






95! 


58,200 


12,037 70 






' 96i 


35,500 


6,694 71 






96£ 


13,900 


2,367 64 






96f 


2,000 


328 50 






96H 


15,000 


2,418 12 






98 


6,000 


584 00 






98A 


10,300 


971 20 






98i 


40,700 


3,713 87 






991 


26,000 


158 16 


106,467 26 














364,319 9 






Premium on amounts deposited in London, England 






for credit in Ottawa 




621 9 6 
1,489 7 3 


78 74 
248 23 














1,936 9 6 


148 45 


475 42 






4,047 6 3 




Premium on New York cheque received from 














605 57 














233,717 87 



24 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



u 



No. 4 



INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS. 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 



From what source received 

and 

Nature of Investment. 


Time. 


To 
what Date 
Paid. 


to 

4> 

hi 

O) 
-♦J 

a 

M 

o 

V 
03 


Amount 
Invested. 


Interest Realized. 


Sterling. 


Currency. 


Cana 


Sinking Funds. 
Loan of 1884. 
dian Securities. . . .- 


1 year 

1 " 

i » 

2 

1 year 

1 4< 

2 

1 << 

2 

1 << 

2 

1 year 

i « 
j 

i << 

i << 


Dec. 
Jan. 

n 

April 

Oct. 

April 

Nov. 

Jan. 
Oct. 
April 
Nov. 

Jan. 
Oc*t 
April 

Nov. 


1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 

1 

1 
1 
1 


1915 
1916 
1916 
1916 
1915 
1916 
1915 

1916 
1915 
1916 
1915 

1916 
1915 
1916 
1915 


p.c. 

3i 

3* 

3* 

2\ 

4 

4 

4* 

3* 
4 

4 

H 

4 

4 
41 


£ s. d. 

805,789 17 7 
56,453 8 
328,309 14 8 
105,203 15 3 
48,263 10 4 
48,291 16 11 
30,400 

594,957 10 1 

219,352 4 4 

219,420 2 2 

43,200 

95 3 5 

62,758 17 7 
62,898 9 2 
98,800 


£ s. d. 

28,202 12 11 

1,693 11 10 

11,490 16 10 

2,630 1 10 

965 5 5 

965 16 9 

684 


S cts. 
137,252 87 




8,242 14 
55,922 10 
12,799 78 
4,697 65 
4,700 41 
3,328 80 




46,632 5 7 


226,943 75 


Cana 


dian Securities 


20,823 10 4 

4.387 11 

4.388 8 
972 


101,341 11 




21,350 29 

21,356 88 

4,730 40 


T n nn „t to/n_cn 


30,570 19 3 


148,778 68 


Cana 


dian Securities 


3 6 8 
1,255 3 7 
1,257 19 5 
2,223 


16 22 




6,108 54 

6,122 12 

10,818 60 




4,739 9 8 


23,065 48 


Debt 




81,942 14 6 


J98.787 91 


Montreal Harbour 
Commissioners. 

intures 


1 year 
290 d. 
5 year 

* " 
157 d. 
108 " 
10 " 
177 " 
141 " 
135 " 
100 " 
65 " 
53 " 


Jan. 1 
Jan. 1 
July 1 
July 1 
July 1 
July 1 
July 1 
Jan. 1 
Jan. 1 
Jan. 1 
Jan. 1 
Jan. 1 
Jan. 1 


1916 
1916 
1915 
1915 
1915 
1915 
1915 
1916 
1916 
1916 
1916 
1916 
1916 


3 

3 

3i 

3* 

3* 

3* 

31 

31 

31 

3| 

3* 

3* 

3J 




$ cts. 

9,217,500 00 

32,500 00 

12,864,500 00 

13,440,000 00 

200,000 00 

270,500 00 

105,000 00 

200,000 00 

190,000 00 

200,000 00 

125,000 00 

175,000 00 

225,000 00 


$ cts. 

276,525 00 

775 99 

225,128 75 

235,200 00 

3,010 96 

2,801 34 

100 68 

3,394 53 

2,568 90 

2,589 04 

1,198 63 

1,090 75 

1,143 49 


S cts. 














































































755,528 06 










1,154,315 97 



11 



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25 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Interest on Investments. — Concluded. 



From what source received 

and 

Nature of Investment. 



Brought forward. 



Montreal Turnpike Trust Com 
mutation money to be applied 
to arrears of interest 



St. John Bridge and Railway 

Extension 

Province of Quebec. 
Interest on Debt. Account 



Quebec Harbour 
Commissioners. 

Debentures 

Loans to Banks. Finance Act 1914. 

Sundry Banks 

Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. 

Interest on 3% Mortgage Bonds. 
Interest on Loan Acct. 1914 



Canadian Northern Ry. 

Bonds 

Bank of Montreal, London. 
Interest on Current Acct.. . 



Time 



2 yrs. 



1 year 



Vari- 
ous. 



1 year 
1 " 



Vari- 
ous. 



To 

what Date 

Paid. 



July 1, 1915 



Jan. 1, 1916 



July 1, 1915 



Jan. 1, 1916 
Nov. 1, 1915 



Nov. 1,1915 






o 

a> 
•*> 

as 

OS 



p.c. 



3* 



Amount 
Invested. 



$ cts. 



433,900 00 



1,473,609 63 



4,615,000 00 



33,093,333 23 
6,000,000 00 



10,000,000 00 



Interest Realized. 



$ cts 



992,800 00 
311,643 84 



Currency. 



$ cts. 
1,154,315 97 

5,000 00 

34,712 00 

58,944 38 

217,660 10 
62,722 49 

1,304,443 84 
516,301 39 

4,109 96 



3,358,210 13 



26 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



11 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 



Is T o. 5 

Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General for the fiscal year 

ended March 31, 1916. 



From whom Received and Nature of Receipt. 



S ets. 



S cts. 



Department of Agriculture — 

Cattle Inspection 

Sales — Experimental Farms 

Sale of Publications 

" old quarantine yards at Coutts 

" " machinery, etc 

" machine, Calgary Creamery 

" old copper, Brome 

" tobacco 

" Sundries 

Refund previous years — Live Stock 

" Health of Animals 

" Meat and Canned Goods 

" Exhibitions 

" Conservation Commission 

Public Health 

" Dairy 

Seed 

" Cattle Inspection 

" Experimental Farms 

" Archives 

Travelling expenses 

" Contingencies 

Rent of warehouse, Revelstoke 

" Experimental Farm, Fredericton 

Unclaimed cheques 

Part reserve Grimsby Cold Storage. .' ". 

Horse killed 

Agricultural Gazette. 

Charges for seed testing 

Refund — Unused portion of tickets 

" Unused mileage ; 

" Balance of advance to Fruit Branch 

" Storage charges — goods lost in transit 

Less — Refund amount over in deposit, Bank of Montreal 95 82 

" overpaid salary 3 21 

Department of Customs — 

Conscience Money 

Outstanding cheques 

Certified copies of documents 

Sale of old iron, scrap, etc 

" " stoves 

" " desk and chairs 

" bedding 

coal 

" horse 

Refund previous years Customs services for International Ferry Co . . . 

Rent of old Customs House, Sudbury 

Deposits forfeited .-. 

Surplus cash, Sault Ste. Marie 

Contents of unclaimed parcel in coppers 

Refund — Post Office key returned 

" from Town of The Pas, re sewers 

Less — To recoup contingent advance, Collector of Customs, Toronto. . 
Carried forward 



6,114 75 


58, 178 24 


76 60 


20 00 


67 00 


450 00 


73 56 


1,532 07 


7 00 


635 15 


266 95 


113 20 


2,770 20 


1 10 


24 65 


74 40 


100 00 


14 40 


4 00 


20 00 


1 00 


1,232 33 


150 00 


40 00 


48 38 


1,813 60 


73 33 


7 00 


260 40 


742 41 


1,279 57 


18 70 


9 58 



76,219 57 



99 03 



371 44 
501 19 

45 00 
231 73 

27 50 
5 00 

14 00 
9 00 

20 00 
173 50 

30 00 

31 57 
72 
29 
25 

59 21 



1,520 40 
4 52 



76,120 54 



1,515 SS 



77,636 42 



ii PVBLTC ACCOUNTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General, etc. — Con. 



27 



From whom Received and Nature of Receipt. 



Brought forward. 

Department of External Affairs — 
Fees 



Department of Finance — 

Sale of Publications 

" old chest of drawers 

" Silver sweepings 

Refund previous years — Civil Govt. Contingencies 

Profit on Gold coinage 

Silver " 

Copper " 

Charges on gold deposits : . . 

silver chlorides 

fine gold plates 

rolling silver foil 

destroying plates 

making assays 

Commission on sale of gold bars 

Interest on excess circulation 

Conscience money • 

Outstanding cheques 

P.O. Money Order — no particulars can be traced 

Lost triplicate receipts deposited in Bank of Montreal, Ottawa. 



House of Commons — 

Fees on Private Bills 

Refund previous years — Expenditure Committee. 



$ cts. 



95 

8 76 
284 63 

4 00 

8,906 75 

120,629 32 

41,186 84 

4,337 65 

117 61 

9 33 

1 50 
40 08 
60 50 
94 21 

40,285 65 
102 10 

14,826 99 

50 00 

477 74 



Department of Indian Affairs — 

Refund previous years — Advances to Indians. 
Annuities 



Okanigan Agency 

Battleford " 

Onion " 

Babini " 

B.C. " 

N.B. " .' 

Indian Education 

Contingencies 

Sale of supplies 

" heater 

" hospital furniture 

" old sleigh, Fisher River 

" school house, St. Peter's 

" Copies of Treaties 

To close Trust Fund Suspense Account 

Refund — overpayment on lot at Elkhorn 

to various Bands on surrender of lands 

care of distressed Indian woman 

Canadian Northern Railway— transportation . 
Halifax Herald, overpayment for advertising. 

unused portion of ticket 

advance, F. E. Cullen 

sundry debts, Saddle Lake Agency 

Freight 

Hudson's Bay Co., provisions supplied 

Costs recovered, J. R. Booth v. King 

Scripy- R. Logan 

Annuity money paid Indian woman 

Account ex-pupils 



Carried forward . 



8,621 70 
180 00 



2,141 25 

711 80 

12 00 

140 25 

51 13 
20 00 
35 50 

200 00 
40 52 
33 85 

368 60 
40 00 

14 00 
10 00 

10 00 

15 00 
43 07 

52 20 
45,114 42 

46 00 

4 80 
14 50 
17 10 

9 25 
39 30 

11 83 
93 62 

148 13 
20 00 

5 00 
1,340 04 



$ cts. 



77,636 42 
8,062 50 



231,424 61 



8,801 70 



50,803 16 



376,728 39 



28 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



11 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General, etc. — Con. 



From whom Received and Nature of Receipt. 



Brought forward . 



Department of Inland Revenue — 

Fees on account Fertilizers Act 

Patent Medicine Registration Fees 

Adulteration of Food Act 

Feeding Stuffs 

Refund previous years — Weights and Measures. 
" Adulteration of Food. . 



Sale of Publications. 

" Instruments 

Electric Standard Laboratory. 

Testing glasses 

Extra services 

Conscience money 



Contingencies, Excise 

Weights and Measures. 
Expenditure 



Department of the Interior — 

Registration Fees ;•■■■. 

Refund previous years — Immigration 

Surveys 

Parks 

Forestry 

Irrigation Survey 

Water Power 

Protection of Timber 

N. W. Territory 

Yukon Government 

Salaries 

Contingencies — Dominion Lands and Parks. 

Civil Government 

Sale of buggy, Lethbridge : 

" harness, Swift Current 

" team, Edmonton 

■>* effects of W. S. Oliver, found dead 

Refund — three sleds sold by Hudson's Bay Co 

by H. G. Whitman, acct. insane patient, Yukon 

Damage to barracks, Internment Camp 

Cost of Poor Law children emigrated to Canada 

Inspection of immigration children 

Repatriation expenses 

Liquor Permits 



Less — Amount charged to Dominion Lands Rev., in error. 

Department of Justice — 

Sale of old material— Kingston Penitentiary 

St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary 

" Dorchester 

Saskatchewan 

" Manitoba 

" British Columbia 

Refund previous years — Dominion Police 

" Penitentiaries Generally 

Short paid salaries 

Sheriff's fees 



Department of Labour — 

Labour Gazette 

Refund previous years- 
Unused railway ticket. 
Outstanding cheques. . . 



-Conciliation and Labour Act. 



$ cts 



1,327 80 

1,665 00 

4,003 08 

756 00 

83 18 

10 00 

5 00 

7 00 

89 90 

3 15 

39 00 

110 50 

1,170 26 

75 

3 00 



820 25 

2.626 21 
754 70 

2.627 48 
240 06 
206 25 

3,828 59 

125 00 

44 65 

421 29 

20 00 

2,015 49 

94 27 

25 00 

5 00 

148 20 

112 50 

75 00 

200 00 

3 90 

8,155 80 

6,097 45 

29 00 

213 00 



28,889 09 
8 00 



572 99 

460 21 

288 55 

76 52 

11 55 

197 15 

73 11 

99 11 

1 18 

936 47 



1,111 01 

2 11 

14 10 

96 



Carried forward . 



$ eta. 



376,728 39 



9,273 62 



28,881 09 



2,716 84 



1,128 18 



418,728 12 



11 



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29 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General, etc. 



-Con. 



From whom Received and Nature of Receipt. 




$ Ct8. 



Brought forward . 



Department of Marine — 

Examination of Masters and Mates 

Marine Register 

Sale of Publications, Charts, etc 

" supplies, scrap, junk, etc 

Sale of empties 

" tug Hosana 

" steamer Minto to Russia 

" steamer Emerald 

" steamer Quadra 

" canoe 

" Light house property, Glengarry Point 

" Lighthouse property, Cap Rosier 

" old elevator, Whitby 

" old boat house 

" old pump 

" wrecked lumber -. 

" unclaimed freight 

Refund previous years — Maintenance of lights 

Construction of lights 

Ship channel 

Dominion steamers 

Steamboat inspection 

" Pilotage 

Investigation into wrecks 

Repairs to wharf 

Meteorological service 

Expenditure 

Rent of water lots, etc 

Rent of lighthouse reserve 

Imperial Board of Trade — selling claims 

Wages due deserter 

Wages and effects deceased seamen 

Settlement — Montmagny Lingan collison 

Government share of profits wreckage operations 

Conscience money 

Overpaid wages 

Post Office Order unpaid 

Earnings steamer Montcalm 

Board on steamer Montcalm 

Stores taken from cache 

Radio telegrams collected on Dominion steamers. 

Permission to lay cable — Victoria 

Payment on account of sale of boiler 

Goods returned 

Received on account of wrecked seamen 

Refund of duties 

" for express 

" treatment Picton College Hospital 



Less- 



- Refund previous years — Marine hospitals $115 45 

Refund for professional services, collection of claim 20 14 

Advance re tenders for old elevators, Whitby 261 30 



Department of Militia & Defence— 

Refund previous years — Annual drill 

Transport 

Permanent force 

Headquarters staff 

Dominion arsenal 

Cadet services 

Schools 

Ordnance arms, etc. 

Carried forward 



4,828 23 




39 69 




61 05 




721 89 




1,278 85 




1,805 00 




150,000 00 




270 00 


i 


9,300 00 




15 00 




600 00 




200 00 




1,000 00 




25 00 




20 00 




123 00 




24 00 




23 40 




3,233 24 




20 00 




2 41 




06 




12 22 




690 00 




558 90 




98 00 




2,963 74 




7,453 85 




380 44 




61 25 




19 00 




32 44 




94,492 34 




4,235 25 




99 00 




6 25 




50 




12 85 




8 10 




15 32 




63 87 




1 00 




66 67 




6 25 




23 32 




78 




45 06 




25 00 




284,962 22 




396 89 






284,565 33 




259 01 




665 61 




7,753 09 




336 67 




155 00 




33 '52 




140 60 




40 00 




9,383 50 


703,293 *5 



30 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE ii 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General, etc. — Con. 



From whom received and nature of Receipt. 



S cts. 



S cts. 



Brought forward. 



Department of Militia & Defence — continued. 

Refund previous yeais — Pensions 

Clothing 

Engineer services 

Provisions and supplies. 

Pay and allowances 

Salaries and wages 

Maintenance 

Contingencies 

Surveys 

Ordnance lands 

Grants to associations. . 

Aid to civil power 

Customs dues 

Balance of advance to War Office 



Department of Mines- 
Sale of publications 

" arithmometer 

" equipment 

" scrap 

" horses and waggons 

" canoes and boats 

" material, S. C. Ellis 

" democrat seat 

Refund previous years — Exploration expenses in N.S. 

Refund of Customs duties 

Refund of overpayment for translating report 



Department of Mounted Police — 

Refund previous years — Cancelling Receiver General's cheque, P. Fitz- 

geral who has never been located 

" Salaries 

" Expenditure 

Unclaimed cheques 



Department of Naval Service — ■ 

Refund previous years — Naval service . 



Fishing bounty 

Fish breeding 

Life saving station. . . . 

Board 

Hydrographic survey. 

Radio telegraph 

Contingencies 



Expenditure. 
Sale of publications 

" fertilizer 

" fry 

" fish 

" dog fish oil 

" launch 

" hull 

" steamer Lady of the Lake 

" boat house 

" oil boiler 

" empties 

" timber 

" old material 

Rents and deductions for rents 

" of Souris fish drier 

" of sheds — Shippigan 

" of hut — Louisburg 

" of site refunded 

" of plots 



Carried forward. 



9,383 50 



3 00 

9,409 28 

101 00 

48 47 

2 20 

46 50 

714 54 

11 80 

96 

953 65 

30 00 

10 00 

478 42 

20,125 25 



435 91 

10 00 

641 85 

18 

397 50 

281 65 

47 00 

6 00 

20 
3 25 

1 08 



56 80 

1 15 

564 36 

3 08 



12 05 

73 45 

141 21 

62 16 

151 30 

1 90 

02 

6 48 

6,056 83 

370 33 

3,518 20 

562 69 

366 53 

4,408 96 

250 00 

50 00 

1,003 00 

75 00 

12 50 

64 15 

20 00 

108 70 

975 32 

151 00 

50 00 

4 00 

400 00 

6 00 



18,901 78 



703,293 45 



41,318 57 



1,824 62 



625 39 



747,062103 



ii PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 31 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General, etc. — Con. 



From whom Received and Nature of Receipt 



Brought forward. 



Department of Naval Service — continued. 

Examination fees 

Naval college fees 

Received for use of telephone line. . . 

Share of cost SS. Borthwick 

Returned goods 

Refund Dominion Express Co 

" of freight 

" maintenance Le Pas station. 

" cheques, owners not located. 

" cartage 

" berth on C.P.R 

" overpayment on lumber 

" drums returned 

Wireless apparatus fees 

Radio telegraph service 



Post Office Department — 

Refund previous years — Salaries. 



department of Public Works — 

Sale of scrap, old material, etc 

" old timber 

" water tanks 

" plans 

" horses 

Sale of dredge 

" Ferro engine 

" house at Long Point 

" hay, Last Mountain Lake 

" damaged provisions 

" old P.O. boxes 

" old elevator, Calgary P.O 

old Post Office, Brantford 

" Photographic copies 

Refund previous years — International Joint Commission 

Public Buildings, Manitoba 

" " Prince Rupert 

Generally 

new Public Buildings, Calgary 

Asst. Receiver General Office, Calgary. 

Beaver Harbour Works 

Vancouver Island Extension 

Harbours, British Columbia 

Dominion Buildings, water 

Ottawa Public Buildings, repairs 

Baie St. Paul wharf 

Telegraph lines, C.B 

Telegraph Maintenance, Yukon 

Dominion Buildings, heating 

Duncan Station 

Postal Station C, Winnipeg 

Telegraph, Saskatchewan to Alberta. . . 

Surveys and inspection 

Inspection of boats 

Ottawa storage land 

" Salaries of caretakers 

Supplies for caretakers 

Dredging 

Survey rapids Saskatchewan River 

Grand Mere, inspection 

Insurance on freight 

Expenditure 



Carried forward . 



$ cts. 



18,901 78 



102 00 

1,300 00 

7 50 

36,848 45 

14 25 

67 00 

119 34 

19 55 

20 85 
35 
4 98 

51 12 

120 00 
247 50 

8,199 68 



12 



20 



604 62 

151 23 

75 00 

165 00 

115 00 

100 00 

100 00 

500 00 

471 13 

50 00 

236 00 

800 00 

, 100 00 

10 00 

67 03 

16 50 

19 80 

4 05 

,456 19 

789 81 

98 00 

48 00 

28 45 

58 00 

867 75 

177 08 

100 00 

38 75 

111 35 

370 38 

8 08 

350 00 

85 94 

36 25 
31 80 
35 00 
41 85 

37 98 
124 00 

15 00 
1 18 
3 39 



44,499 59 



$ cts. 



747,062 03 



66,024 35 
5 37 



813,091 76 



32 



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ll 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 
Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General, etc. — Con. 



From whom Received and Nature of Receipt. 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



Brought forward . 



Department of Public Works — Continued. 

Rent — Victoria old Post Office 

" Sundry other 

" Stand on Custom House site, Toronto 

" from buildings, B.C.; 

Balance in Ontario Bank, Port Arthur 

Witness fees, Lowry and Goring 

Water pipe line, William Head 

N.S. share River St. John International Commission. 

Deposit for plans forfeited 

Conscience money 

Hire of Inspection boat Margaret 

Rent of diving outfits 

Hire of scows and engines 

Rent of blasting material 

Refund, portion of railway tickets 

" cost re Halifax Postal Station 

" double payment to J. A. Robert 

Deposit for plan of East River Lock 

Coal supplied, Calgary 



Less — Re R. H. Kendrick. 



Department of Printing and Stationery — 

Sale of publications 

" waste paper 

Profit on stationery 

King's Printer's Advance Account. 



Department of Railways and Canals — 

Sale of scrap, etc 

empty cement bags 

old timber 

buildings 

barn 

aluminium 

old car dynamo 

cable heels and wire, etc 

hull and cargo, Theresa Zean 

Refund previous years, Contingencies 

Interest on railway subsidies 

Rent of scows and tugs 

dredge 

pile drivers 

steam pump 

Material and labour supplied from Lachine Canal. 

Labour performed 

Refund — Supplies furnished car 

amount paid twice to Bell Telephone Co. 
cost of repairs sundry canals 



Department of Secretary of State — 

Fees 

Refund previous years — Contingencies. 

The Senate- 
Fees on private bills 

Certified copies of Acts 



Department of Trade and Commerce — 

Sale of sample fish 

Refund previous years — Salaries 

Interest re purchase of wheat 

" on price of Power House, Saskatoon. 



44,499 59 



3,414 50 

86,712 89 

20 00 

105 00 

84 50 

20 00 

12 00 

18,885 79 

20 00 

2 00 

415 63 

35 00 

417 75 

11 50 

75 80 

213 25 

29 10 

20 00 

287 50 



155,281 80 
213 25 



13,818 57 

3,710 49 

33, 127 53 

152 51 



4,013 46 

116 70 

99 13 

50 00 

15 00 

1,667 20 

12 00 

254 45 

75 00 

22 00 

163,027 75 

422 25 

45 50 

893 50 

5 00 

70 29 

62 76 

3 21 

9 00 

60 00 



111,401 30 
11 25 



5,059 60 
89 25 



39 34 

162 96 

19,645 13 

1,822 66 



813 091 75 



155,068 55 



50,809 10 



170,924 20 

111,412 55 

5,147 85 

21,670 09 



1,328,124 09 



11 



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33 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 



No. 6 



Statement of Total Receipts on account of Superannuation for the fiscal year 

ended March 31, 1916. 



From whom received. 


Superannuation 
Revenue 
R.S.C., Cap. 17, 
Sec. 18. 


Superannuation. 

Revenue 
R.S.C., Cap. 17, 
Sec. 18. 


Charges of Management — 

Assistant Receiver General's Office, Halifax 


$ cts. 


$ ,cts. 


$ cts. 
42 00 


$. eta 


Charlottetown... 
Victoria 


94 00 
58 00 
38 00 


190 00 




Winnipeg 


42 00 


Civil Government — ■ 

Agriculture. . 


320 47 
76 04 

588 28 
70 00 


. 322 88 

66 06 

222 25 


Archives 






Auditor General's. . 






Civil Service Commission . 










175 04 
469 30 






804 55 
117 50 
348 00 
120 00 
96 34 
132 00 
547 50 
265 66 
105 00 

1,986 48 
750 50 
18 12 
424 51 
492 00 
573 67 
181 50 

3,180 05 
191 20 
185 75 
461 25 
380 35 
92 00 
404 00 
283 66 






External Affairs. . 






Finance 




140 00 
50 74 
28 00 




General Consulting Engineer 






Governor General's Secretary's Office 






High Commissioner's Office 






Indian Affairs 




42 00 
225 75 




Inland Revenue 






Insurance Department. . 






Interior 




203 00 
168 00 










Labour 






Marine and Fisheries 




515 38 
508 38 
329 00 
301 00 
619 50 
122 50 
283 50 
189 00 
175 00 




Militia and Defence 






Mines 






Naval Service 






Post Office 






Printing and Stationery 






Privy Council 






Public Works 






Railways and Canals 






Mounted Police 






Secretary of State 




46 97 
365 75 




Trade and Commerce '. 








13,196 38 


5,569 00 


Legislation — 

House of Commons 


031 78 
331 50 
182 00 


366 37 

42 00 


Senate 






Library 








1,145 28 




408 37 


Penitentiaries — 

Kingston 


56 00 
56 00 


70 83 


St. Vincent de Paul 








112 00 

26 03 
42 80 
10 38 




70 83 


Immigration 







Lighthouse and Coast 






Scientific Institutions 








V 






14,722 87 


6,090 20 






2—11 



34 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

No. 6 — Statement of Total Receipts on account of Sui erannuation for the 
fiscal year ended March 31, 1916 — Concluded. 



From whom received. 


Superannuation 
Revenue 

R.S.C., Cap. 17, 
Sec. 18. 


Superannuation 

No. 2 
R.S.C., Cap. 17, 

Sec. 18. 


Brought forward 


$ cts. 


S cts. 

14,722 87 

40 00 
84 03 
52 00 
80 41 
68 00 
4,163 39 
2,335 25 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
6,090 20 


Steamboat Inspection 








Naval Service 






Indian Affairs 






R.N.W. Mounted Police 






Dominion Lands and Parks 






Customs 




2,224 34 


Excise 






1,008 02 


Weights, Measures, Gas and Electric Light — 

Wrights and Measures 


123 87 
15 72 


38 40 




Gas and Electric Light 








139 59 

13 92 

211 24 

6 34 

13,325 97 

134 00 
116 75 




38 40 


Adulteration of Food 






Railways and Canals 






Public Works 






Post Office. . : 




5,093 72 


Trade and Commerce — 

Trade Commissioners 


104 00 
30 00 






Culling Timber 








Printing and Stationery 




42 34 


nterest on Abatements 






25,550 72 


Less Payments — 

Chas. D. Richards 


551 57 
1,472 88 
1,672 37 


3,696 82 






John B. Forster 




Telesphore Ouimet 




Less Allowances paid to the following persons during the 
years 1907-08 to 1915-16. Chargeable to Superannuation 
Revenue but charged to Superannuation No. 2 Account:— 

Christopher McRae $ 1 , 596 00 

W. L. Ryan 1,568 00 

J. H. Fraser 960 00 

Wm. Hoey 1, 195 48 

F. A.Osborne 1,880 58 

M. A. Morgan 807 34 

S. A. Wood 931 26 

Geo. H. Roe 1,018 71 

R. G. Davis 2,087 91 

A. H. O'Brien 4,208 48 






H. E. Ross 336 00 

John L. Scott 376 08 

S. B. Jamieson 1,319 80 

J. B. Trudel 1,207 75 

Robert S. B. Young 327 24 

Daniel Phelan 378 00 








$20,198 63 


20,198 63 
















$ 31,796 94 




$ 19,849 11 









7 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 A. 1917 



PAR l' 111 



EXPENDITURE STATEMENTS 



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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



in 



SINKING FUNDS. 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 



To whom paid. 



Loans. 



Nature of 
Investments. 



Rate of 
Interest. 



Amount 
purchased. 



Total. 



Sundry persons. 



Loan of 1884. 



Loan of 1930-50. 



Loan of 1940-60. 



Canadian securities. 



Loan of 1909-34. 
1914-19. 
1940-60. 
1920-25. 



1909-34. 
1914-19. 
1940-60. 
1920-25. 

1888.... 



1909-34. 
1940-60. 
1920-25. 

1888.... 



Of 

/o 



3i 

3i 

4 
4* 

3| 

3! 

4 

4* 

3 



4 

41 

3 



$ cts. 



43, 

9, 

35, 

272, 



166 97 
733 33 
540 29 
533 33 



409, 

246, 

199, 

30, 



336 81 
773 34 
186 36 
046 66 
507 04 



35, 

454, 
35, 



597 27 
688 08 
546 68 
364 95 



cts. 



360,973 92 



885,850 21 



526,196 98 



1,773,021 11 



Ill 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT. 



To whom paid. 



D. Creighton 

R. Cane 

A. Wilson 

K. Freeman. 
A. W. Steel.. 



City and District Savings 
Bank, Montreal, P.Q. 



I. H. Mathers 

A. C. Johnston 

J. H. Balcom 

M.J. Ring 

M. D. S.Brown 

John E. Wilson 

H. C. Wetmore 

S. P. McCavour 

R. S. Cowan 

R. Ewing 

E. H. Cameron 

Geo. T. Corbett 

Thos. H. Lawson. . . 

P. Pope 

F. Loughran 

D. A. McKinnon 

H. S. Stewart 

H. M. Drummond.. 
A. C. McMicken 

E. W. H. Armstrong 

K. Frederickson 

H.E.Boyd 

D. B. McConnan 

W. Winsby 

S. A. Staden 

T. Knight 

L. S.Miller 

M. F. Gower 



Service. 



Savings Banks and Offices of the Assistant 
Receivers General. 

Assistant Receiver General's Office, Toronto, Ont. 

Salary to March 31 , 1916 

" 3i, 1916 : 

" 31, 1916 

" 31, 1916 

" 31, 1916..... 

Contingencies, including printing and stationery 



Assistant Receiver General's Office, Montreal, P.Q. 

Amount paid that institution ior__ acting Assistant 

Receiver General, year ended March 31, 1916. . . 
Contingencies, including printing and stationery. . . . 



Assistant Receiver General's Office, Halifax, N.S. 

\- 

Salary to March 31, 1916 

" " 31, 1916 

" 31, 1916 

" 31, 1916 

". 31, 1916.. 

Contingencies, including printing and stationery. . . . 



Assistant Receiver General's Office, St. John, N.B. 



Salary from Julyl2, 1915 to March 31, 1916. 
Salary from April 1, 1915 to June 30, 1915. . 



Salary to March 31, 


1916 


n 


" 31, 


1916 


a 


" 31, 


1916 


it 


" 31, 


1916 


a 


" 31, 


1916 


it 


" 31, 


1916 



Contingencies, including printing and stationery. 



Assistant Receiver General's Office, Charlottetown, 
P.E.I. 

Salary to March 31, 1916 

" 31, 1916 

" 31, 1916 

" 31, 1916 

Contingencies, including printing and stationery 



Assistant Receiver General's Office, Winnipeg, Man. 

Salary to March 31, 1916 

" 31, 1916 

" 31, 1916 

" 31, 1916 

" 31, 1916 

Contingencies, including printing and stationery 



Assistant Receiver General's Office, Victoria, B.C. 



Salary to March 31, 


1916 


" 31, 


1916 


" 31, 


1916 


" 31, 


1916 



Salary from April 1 to October 31, 1915 

Salary from December 8, 1915 to March 31, 1916. 
Contingencies, including printing and stationery.. 



Carried forward. 



cts. 



3,500 00 
1 , 700 00 
1,100 00 
900 00 
850 00 
1,545 97 



5,500 00 
202 80 



2,900 00 
2,000 00 
1,850 00 
1,200 00 
900 00 
1,278 50 



1,801 04 

649 98 

1,800 00 

1,450 00 

1,450 00 

1,100 00 

900 00 

700 00 

1,110 06 



2,900 00 

1,800 00 

1,300 00 

800 00 

358 95 



3,000 00 
1,900 00 
1,900 00 
1,300 00 
900 00 
325 62 



2,900 00 
1,900 00 
1,300 00 
1,100 00 
583 31 
251 59 
1,370 64 



$ cts. 



9,595 97 



5,702 80 



10,128 50 



10,961 08 



7,158 95 



9,325 62 



9,405 54 
62,278 46 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



in 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT— Continued. 



To whom paid. 



C. H.Bent 

C. A. Lowe 

T. Campbell.... 

F. W. Homer... 

G. E. Jost 

J. W. Morris. . . . 
J. M. Rudolphe. 

J. Redden 

E. D. Tremaine 
W. W. Atwood.. 

W. A. Park 



Bank of Montreal. 



Bank of Montreal. 



Bank of Montreal. 



Bank of Montreal. 



Service. 



cts. 



Brought forward . 



Savings Banks, Nova Scotia. 



Salary to March 31, 1916, Amherst 

" 31, 1916, Amherst.... 

" 31, 1916, Sherbrooke. 

" 31, 1916, Barrington.. 

" 31, 1916, Guysbcro... 

" " 31, 1916, Wallace 

" " 31, 1916, Lunenburg.. 

" 31, 1916, Kentville... 

" 31, 1916, Port Hood., 

" 31, 1916, Shelburne... 



Savings Banks, New Brunswick. 



Salary to March, 31, 1916, Newcastle 

Contingencies, including printing and stationery. 



Public Debt. 
Printing, advertising, inspection, express charges, etc. 



Cables 

Advertising 

Freight 

Printing and stationery. 



Commission for payment of interest on Public Debt, 
purchase of Sinking Funds. 

For services as Financial Agents in London for year 
ended December 31, 1915, at rate of £150 per 
million of Debt 

One-eighth of one per cent paid Bank of Montreal, 
New York, for payment of interest coupons due 
February 1, 1916 



Brokerage on purchase of Sinking Funds. 



For j of 1 per cent brokerage. 



English Bill Stamps, Postage, etc. 



375 00 
65 85 
250 00 
300 00 
300 00 
250 00 
500 00 
500 00 
300 00 
300 00 



400 00 

457 77 



198 86 

217 78 

3 87 

690 46 



52,397 98 
1,281 89 



Postage . 
Stamps. 



Less— Commutation of Stamp Duty $131 77 

Sundry fees for issue of certificates. . . . 138 95 



Cuixied forward. 



815 07 
967 83 



1,782 90 



270 72 



S cts. 



02,278 46 



3,998 62 



1,110 97 



53,679 81 



4,433 31 



1,512 IS 



127,013 41 



Ill 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT— Concluded. 



To whom paid. 



American Bank Note Co. 



Dominion Express Co. . . 

Canadian Express Co 

Canadian Northern Ex- 
press Co 

American Express Co 

Courtney & Sears 

Sundry persons 

S. A. Staden 

Bank of Montreal 

Sullivan & Brown 

Toronto Type Foundry... 

Porter Safety Seal Co 

Collator of Customs 

Thornton & Trueman. . . . 

Royal Trust Co 

W. L. Ball ! 

Wilson Stationery Co 

F.J. Clethero 

J. & J. Taylor 

American Machinists, 

Limited 

The Goldie McCullough 

Company 

Sundry Banks 



Ottawa Branch Royal 
Mint- 
Prof. A. Stanfield.... 

Prof. Wm. Nicol 

Prof. W. H.Ellis 

Sundry persons 



Service. 



Brought forward. 



Printing, advertising, inspection, express charges, etc. 



Printing notes 

Printing special labels. 



Insurance on Notes 

Cartage on notes shipped 

Travelling expenses 

Cables ■ 

Cartage 

Repairing cutting machines 

"Seals" 

Duty. 

Repairing writing machines. . . . 
Administration of Finance Act.. 

Salary to March 31, 1916 

Stationery for Mr. Ball's office. 
Cleaning and repairing balances. 
Locks, etc 



Removal of foreign coin . 



Statutory, Currency Act of 1910. 
Trial of Pyx ; 

U « 

u u 

Assistance at the trial of the Pyx 



Total charges of management. 



$ cts. 



274,855 50 

198 19 

4,513 21 

13,016 91 

14 13 

19 52 

736 72 

31 50 

164 00 

4 96 

95 00 

14 06 

45 00 

17 05 

4 25 

568 12 

2,400 00 

27 20 

50 00 

7 00 

17 46 

45 25 
11,133 43 



172 79 

166 85 

180 85 

14 92 



cts. 



127,013 41 



307,978 46 



535 41 



435,527 28 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



m 



REDEMPTION OF DEBT. 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 



To whom paid. 


Service. 


S cts. 


$ cts. 


Sundry persons 


Dominion Stock, issue "A," 3£ per cent 

" "B", 3£ " 


2,300 00 

29,500 00 

3,200 00 

357,900 00 










a a i 'U" 01 tc 


' 




1896 

Temporary Loans 


392,900 00 
10,000,000 00 


Bank of Montreal, Ottawa 




Bank of Montreal, London. 


Treasury Bills redeemed 




14,599,999 99 












24,992,899 99 



PREMIUM, DISCOUNT AND EXCHANGE EXPENDITURE. 







Amount of 








Rate. 


Sterling 
purchased. 


Discount. 


Total. 




p.c. 


£ 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Discount on cable transfers of cash from Bank 










of Montreal, London, England 


4-802777- 


500,000 


31,944 45 






4-8106 


50,000 


2,803 33 






4-81 


150,000 


8,333 32 






4-8114 


250,000 


13,816 65 






4-811805 


100,000 


5,486 16 






4-8125 


50,000 


2,708 33 






4-8135 


80,000 


4,253 33 






4-8191 


50,000 


2,378 33 






4-8194- 


600,000 


28,333 34 






4-8201 


50,000 


2,328 33 






4-8215 


250,000 


11,291 67 






4-8220 


100,000 


4,466 67 






4-82- 


300,000 


13,333 33 






4-8225 


250,000 


11,041 67 






4-82361- 


400,000 


17,222 21 






4-8240 


20,000 


853 33 






4-8245 


150,000 


6,325 00 






4-8250 


640,000 


26,666 67 






4-8260 


200,000 


8,133 33 






4-82638- 


400,000 


16,111 11 






4-8265 


100,000 


4,016 67 






4-827 


200,000 


7,933 33 






4-8275 


180,000 


7,050 00 






4-827- 


400,000 


15,555 55 






4-83- 


650,000 


21,666 67 






4-834 


30,000 


980 00 






4-8355 


200, 000 


6,233 33 






4-836 


100,000 


3,066 67 


284,33. 












£6,420,000 


















284,332 7S 













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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

PREMIUM, DISCOUNT AND EXCHANGE EXPENDITURE— Con. 





Rate 


Principal. 


Discount. 


Total. 




Forward 


Per $1,000. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
284,332 78 


Discount on transfers of cash from Bank of 
Montreal, New York 


0-15625 

0-3 

0-3125 

0-46875 

0-5 

0-62 

0-625 

0-75 

0-78125 


200,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

1,900,000 00 

200,000 00 

500,000 00 

750,000 00 

12,600,000 00 

500,000 00 

2,550,000 00 


31 24 

300 00 

593 75 

93 75 

250 00 

465 00 

7,875 00 

375 00 

1,992 18 




11,975 92 




20,200,000 00 




296,308 70 







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7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

LIST OF PERSONS SUPERANNUATED DURING THE FISCAL 

YEAR 1915-16. 



$ cts. 

J. D. Anderson 958 62 

Geo. G. V. Ardouin 1,386 00 

J. E. Asselin 840 00 

Thomas Baker 364 00 

Pierre A. Berube 501 50 

Frederick Briegal 1,750 00 

Jas. S. Brough ' 1,662 50 

Wm. C. Bowles 2,310 00 

J. J. Campbell 1,120 00 

Henry Carroll 682 50 

D. C. Chamberlain 1,307 16 

John Conway 546 00 

Asher Farrow 849 05 

Thomas Fox 1,048 53 

Henry H. Grant 1,610 00 

Louis Grison 1, 120 00 

P. Harty 1,198 75 

Joseph Larose 792 00 

Edward Lee .• 1 , 007 25 

C. P. Lesoeur 1,750 00 

John Mahar 640 56 

Frederick Mason 1,516 66 

Thomas Mitchell 840 00 



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Alexander Murray 888 89 

Robert Myers 654 38 

James McElroy 945 00 

Jno. W. North 561 97 

W. H.O'Regan 972 22 

Thomas Patterson 1,193 89 

Daniel Phelan 1,512 00 

Arthur Ed. Powell 1,069 44 

Arthur R. F. Ralph 604 00 

William Russell 1,245 75 

M. J. Sheehan 455 89 

M. W. Sloan 840 00 

A. R. Soutter 1,470 00 

Octave Z. Talbot 1 , 750 00 

J. B. Trudel 1,106 00 

Joseph Ward 648 17 

W. S. Warwicker 655 84 

Richard Wilkinson 875 73 

H. W. Wood 832 00 

W. C. Whittaker 1 , 7.50 00 

Robert Young. : 436 33 

Total 46,268 58 



LIST OF SUPERANNUATED PERSONS WHO DIED DURING THE 

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Thomas Brennan 

J. R. Bruce 

T. R. Burpe 

F. R. E. Campeau 

J. M. Camyre 

William Carleton 


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461 53 

884 00 

1,617 55 

2,014 44 

323 00 

525 00 

133 86 

635 86 
331 04 

156 00 


W. F. Metcalf 

John Murphy 

A. E. Murray 

P. McEUigott 

William McGill 


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310 00 

756 00 

595 20 

577 09 

192 00 

810 83 


P. Chatigny 

J. A. Clark 

C. H.Collier 

James Conroy 


G. B. Nash 

B. O'Leary 

W. H. Ostrom 

James Parrett, sr 


493 05 

240 00 

198 68 

560 00 


T. G. Creighton 


857,50 

188 00 

1,407 21 

480 00 

840 00 

511 38 


522 00 

2 , 240 00 


E. Dagneault 

S. E. Dawson 


James Robinson.. 


336 00 

41S 00 


F. A. Estey 




166 40 


H. F. Falkiner 

W. Farrow 


Silas W. Spillette 

C. J. Tasker 

G. Thompson 


604 50 

150 72 


F. A. Gemmill 

Alex. Hannah 


835 33 

217 00 

1 , 706 66 


647 11 

247 15 


A. C. Irvine 


-T. L. M. Tipton 

H. Watheu 


525 00 


T. Johnston 


182 00 

378 00 


840 00 


John Jordon 


William Webster.. 


1,010 16 


W. F. Lano 


300 00 

210 25 

354 20 


Alfred Wheeler 


700 00 


Frederick Lay 




435 07 


P. LcBlanc' 


1'. F. Wood.. 


252 00 


J. A. Macrae 


1,190 00 




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Rev. H. McMillan 

J. P. McPherson 


4S8 88 

720 00 


Total 




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EXPENDITURE, 1915-16. 



Service . 



Interest on Public Debt 

Charges of Management 

Sinking Funds 

Premium, Discount and Exchange. 



Civil Government. 



The Governor General 

The Lieutenant Governor of Ontario 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

" Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Prince Edward Island 

Office of the High Commissioner for Canada in England . 

Department of Agriculture 

" Archives 

Office of the Auditor General 

Civil Service Commission 

Conservation Commission 

Consulting Engineer 

Department of Customs 

External Affairs 

Finance 

" Insurance 

Office of the Governor General's Secretary 

Department of Indian Affairs 

Inland Revenue 

Interior 

Justice 

Labour 

Marine 

Militia and Defence 

Mines 

Naval Service 

Post Office 

Printing and Stationery 

Privy Council 

Public Works 

Railways and Canals 

R. N. W. Mounted Police 

Secretary of State , 

Trade and Commerce 

Departments generally 



Administration of Justice. 



The Supreme Court of Canada — 

Salaries 

Contingencies 



Exchequer Court of Canada- 
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48,666 66 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 

9,000 00 

9,000 00 

9,000 00 

9,000 00 

9,000 00 

9,000 00 

7,000 00 

18,569 00 

416,877 28 

48,202 59 

133,522 85 

26,646 40 

33,674 89 

7,449 99 

311,366 69 

28,216 66 

125,747 43 

30,645 84 

26,941 56 

114,454 82 

130,428 03 

1,111,461 60 

148,442 61 

50,558 28 

205,496 46 

172,534 09 

306,482 02 

150,795 81 

734,242 41 

60,166 18 

56,216 56 

511,140 86 

169,917 93 

17,250 00 

79,608 80 

105,888 26 



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55,000 00 
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25,565 14 
70,443 99 
7,462 40 
13,201 44 
15,323 65 

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18,003 50 

8,490 66 
27,728 66 
26,255 33 
57,699 62 
17,883 03 
19,802 82 
115,091 33 
27,940 46 
14,321 99 
23,332 79 
28,350 78 

2,871 10 
42,869 71 
94,964 11 

8,745 26 

7,203 60 

49,837 93 

16,170 19 

499 65 

13,598 34 

9,203 81 
183,297 28 



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27,428 99 



97,914 17 



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21,421,584 86 



435,527 28 



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296,308 70 



6,408,856 63 



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EXPENDITURE, 1915-16— Continued. 



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$ cts. 



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Ontario — 

Court of Appeal 

" King's Bench 

Chancery 

" Common Pleas 

Exchequer Court 

County Courts 

Circuit Allowances 

Unattached High Court Judges. 



Quebec — 

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Superior Court 

Circuit allowances 



Nova Scotia — 

Supreme Court 

County Courts 

Court of Divorce. . 
Circuit allowances. 

New Brunswick — 

Appeals 

King's Bench 

County Courts 

Court of Divorce. . 
Circuit allowances. 



Prince Edward Island — 

Supreme Court 

County Courts 

Circuit allowances. 



Manitoba — 

Court of King's Bench . 

Court of Appeal 

County Courts 

Circuit allowances 



Alberta — 

Supreme Court 

District Courts — 
Circuit allowances. 



Saskatchewan — 

Supreme Court 

District Courts 

Circuit allowances. 



British Columbia — 

Supreme Court 

Court of Appeal . . . 
County Courts. . . . 
Circuit allowances. 



Yukon Territory. 
Miscellaneous 



Dominion Police. 



97,914 17 



36,000 00 
22,000 00 
22,000 00 
17,916 65 
22,000 00 
218,916 82 
24,820 18 
14,000 00 



42,642 52 

279,421 68 

23,731 47 



41,850 00 

21,500 00 

469 94 

5,528 52 



19,000 00 
25,000 00 
18,500 00 
500 00 
10,555 18 



16,400 00 

7,970 47 

549 35 



37,000 00 

36,000 00 

24,000 00 

5,161 25 



55,000 00 
25,725 80 
19,840 03 



37,000 00 
45,000 00 
11,329 80 



37,000 00 
36,000 00 
40.050 00 
19,676 15 



377,653 65 



345,795 67 



69,348 46 



73,555 18 



24,919 82 



102,161 25 



100,565 83 



93,329 80 



132,726 15 

49,281 66 

9,986 79 



1,477,238 43 



116,664 54 






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33 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

EXPENDITURE, 1915-16— Continued. 



Service. 



cts, 



cts. 



$ cts. 



Penttentaries. 



Kingston 

St. Vincent de Paul. 

Dorchester 

Manitoba 

British Columbia. . . 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

Generally 



Legislation. 



Senate 

House of Commons 

Library, salaries and contingencies 

Books for General Library 

Books for Library of American History 

Printing of Parliament 

Printing, binding and distributing the laws 

Franchise Act and Voters' List 

Contingencies of the Clerk of the Crown in Chancery, etc . 

Provincial Voters' Lists 

Elections 

Controverted elections 



Arts and Agriculture. 



Patent Record 

Experimental Farms— Maintenance of Central Farm, and 
establishment and maintenance of additional branch sta- 
tions 

Branch of Entomology 

For the administration and enforcement of the Destructive 
Insect and Pest Act 

For the development of the dairying industries, and the 
improvement in transportation, sale, and trade in food 
and other agricultural products 

Fruit Branch 

Towards the encouragement of cold storage warehouses for 
the better preservation and handling of perishable food 
products 

Exhibitions 

For the renewing and improving Canadian exhibit at Imperial 
Institute, London, and assisting in maintenance thereof. . 

Health of Animals 

Dominion Cattle Quarantine buildings — Repairs, renewals, 
etc 



For the administration and enforcement of the Meat and 
Canned Foods Act 

Publications Branch 

International Institute of Agriculture, to assist in maintenance 
thereof, and to provide for representation thereat 

For the development of the Live Stock Industry 

To enforce the Seed Act, to test seeds for farmers and seed 
merchants, to encourage the production and use of 
superior seeds, and to encourage the production of farm 
and garden crops 

For the administration and carrying out of the provisions of 
The Agricultural Instruction Act 1 

Grant to Dominion Exhibition 

The Agricultural Instruction Act "Statutory" 



Quarantine. . 
Immigration . 



202, 183 84 

169,313 17 

99,999 02 

82,313 36 

127,842 49 

119,479 05 

97,769 34 

4,417 84 



165,311 75 

569,953 25 

37,928 76 

16,457 47 

849 74 

300,077 80 

9,921 59 

32,962 93 

4,977 70 

14,078 51 

27,819 76 

24 00 



26,862 56 



701,792 74 
18,286 01 

67,596 41 



135,162 63 
88,632 92 



42,822 36 
165, 103 30 

2,195 24 
425,076 19 

13,604 08 

261,100 91 
14,340 69 

15,511 12 

445,823 82 



111,662 60 

23,949 74 

7,500 00 

885, 130 44 



903,318 11 



1,180,363 26 



3,452,153 76 



203,308 69 



1,307,480 46 



-m 



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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



in 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 



EXPENDITURE, 1915-16— Continued. 



Service. 



? cts. 



$ cts, 



cts. 



Pensions. 

Judges and Miscellaneous 

Militiamen — Rebellion of 1885 and generally 

Militia Pension Act, 1901 

Pensions on account of the Fenian Raid 1866-70 

Pensions payable to Mounted Police, Prince Albert Volun- 
teers, and Police Scouts on account of the Rebellion of 
1885 

Military Asylum Pensions 

Mounted Police (Statutory) 

European War 



Superannuation . 



Militia and Defence. 



Allowances Active Militia 

Cadet Services 

Contingencies 

Customs Dues 

Departmental Library 

Dominion Arsenal 

Engineer Services and Works 

Grants to Associations and Bands 

Headquarters, Divisional and District Staffs. 

Maintenance, Military Properties 

Permanent Force 

Printing and Stationery 

Royal Military College 

Salaries and Wages 

Schools of Instruction 

Surveys 

Transport and Freight 

Training Areas 

Gratuity to Ronald Morrison 



Railways and Canals — Capital. 
Railways. 

Intei-colonial Railway — 

Air-brakes — To improve triple valves 

Amherst — Additional facilities 

Anti-creepers and tie-plates 

Bridges — To strengthen 

Chatham — Diversion of line and branch to wharf 

Chaudiere Jet. to St. Romuald — Double tracking 

Diversion of line between Nelson and Derby Jet 

Diversion of line between North Sydney and Leitches 
Creek m 

Fredericton — To increase accommodation at 

General Protection of Highways 

Halifax — Docks and wharves. 

Halifax — New terminal facilities 

Halifax — To increase accommodation and provide ma- 
chinery at 

Halifax — Willow Park Sewer. 

Hampton — Subway and facilities at 

Branch Line from Sunnybrae to Mulgrave 



213,086 13 

21,163 94 

82,877 30 

1,896 70 



2,899 49 

24 00 

41,613 95 

307,571 74 



Carried forward 4,039, 198 90 



3,400 00 

14,462 08 

20,927 28 

700,000 00 

523 94 

29,401 06 

4,061 00 

59,990 29 

- 3,273 31 

259 39 

30,000 00 

3,154,184 57 

3,496 42 

52 00 

505 00 

21,209 18 



68, 
84, 
31, 
26, 

299, 
690, 

47, 

202, 

175, 

2,116, 

70, 
135, 
232, 
178, 

25, 

60, 
233, 



642 91 
972 05 
670 05 
003 68 
984 67 
678 21 
755 30 
877 77 
646 92 
052 70 
245 11 
000 00 
685 33 
797 44 
898 58 
440 36 
567 16 
084 75 
500 00 



671,133 25 



454,342 04 



4,681,502 99 



iii PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

EXPENDITURE, 1915-16— Continued. 



35 



Service. 



Brought forward 

Railways and Canals — Capital — Continued. 

Intercolonial Railway — Concluded . 

Installation of block system in connection with operation 

Installation of telephone system in connection with oper- 
ation 

Levis — Improvements at 

Moncton — Locomotive and car shops with equipment . . 

Moncton — Elimination of level crossings and grades. . . . 

Moncton — Installation of roofing 

Mulgrave — To provide new car ferry and dock for same. 

Original construction 

Permanent wiring of engine houses 

Permanent farm crossings and culverts 

Power Plants — Increased facilities at divisional points. 

Pugwash Spur Line — Pugwash Harbour 

Raising Grade, Memramcook and Sackville 

Rolling Stock 

Safety appliances for equipment 

Standard track signs 

Standard clocks for divisional points 

Mont Joli (formerly St. Flavie) — To increase accommo- 
dation at 

St. John — Spur Line to Courtenay Bay 

Levis — New coaling plant 

Surveys and inspections 

Sussex — Improvements at 

Sydney Mines diversion 

Tile drainage in wet cuts 

To increase accommodation and facilities along the line 

Trenton — Increased facilities at 

Water supply — To increase 

Towards the construction of a railway from a point on 
the Intercolonial Railway at or near Dartmouth, in 
the County of Halifax, via Musquodoboit Harbour 
and the valley of the Musquodoboit to Dean's Settle- 
ment in the said County 

Bathurst spur line 

Hard-pan claims, Cape Breton Railway 



cts. 



Prince Edward Island Railway — 

Bridges — to strengthen 

Original construction 

Power plants 

Surveys and inspections 

To increase accommodation and facilities along the line 

To provide car ferry, construct terminals, and necessary 

connections 



New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island Railway — 

To bring line up to Intercolonial branch line standard. . . 

' Purchase price 

International Railway — 

To bring line up to Intercolonial Railway branch line 

standard 

Hudson Bay Railway — 

Construction of railway terminals and elevators 



National Transcontinental Railway — 

Construction 

Rolling stock 



Quebec Bridge — 
Construction. 



Carried forward . 



4,039,198 90 



6,600 90 

9,283 02 

71,715 71 

81,467 97 

83,657 02 

3,656 87 

343,755 26 

600 00 

6,460 92 

3,135 51 

19,965 61 

413 60 

3,500 00 

2,250,000 00 

24,000 00 

313 29 

2,151 00 

15,998 57 
1,643 83 

75,000 00 

68,753 76 

928 68 

4,745 56 

2,710 06 

102,000 00 

11,883 16 
7,955 82 



330,360 13 

62,400 00 

795 10 



6,398 85 

30 69 

125 00 

10,197 61 

11,127 24 

1,322,593 34 



49,699 97 
174,511 31 



3,898,463 88 
3,179,987 81 



$ cts. 



cts. 



7,635,050 25 



1,350,472 73 

224,211 28 

2,637 47 

4,887,131 77 

7,078,451 69 
2,746,813 70 



23,924,768 89 



36 



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in 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 



EXPENDITURE, 1915-16— Continued. 



Service. 



$ Ct8. 



cts. 



cts. 



Brought forward 

Railways and Canals — Capital— Concluded. 

Canals (Capital)— 

Lachine — Improvements, Lock 4 

Lachine— Concrete vertical walls 

Rideau — Towards construction of bridge on Rideau 

Canal at Pretoria Avenue, Ottawa 

Soulanges — Protection works, upper entrance 

Soulanges — New mooring posts 

Trent — Construction 

Trent — To pay claim of Corry and Laverdure 

Welland — Towards construction of high-level bridge over 

canal 

Welland — Construction 

Grenville — Widening and deepening 

Enlarging Port Colborne elevator 



Railways and Canals — Income. 
Canals — 

Chambly — Macadamizing road 

Cornwall — Improvements 

Quebec Canals — Dredging 

Quebec Canals — Concrete facing, dam at Valleyfield. 
Quebec Canals — Protection walls, Lake St. Francis. . 

Rideau — Repairs and replacements of dams 

St. Peters — Improvements 

Soulanges — Rebuilding wharves 

Soulanges — Mooring posts 

Trent — Improvements *. 

Welland — Heavy repairs 

Rideau— Improving banks at Ottawa 



106,441 06 
24,919 98 

615 00 

31,260 34 

2,499 45 

999 072 67 

16,000 00 

50,000 00 

4,909,732 51 

9,663 55 

20,747 54 



Miscellaneous — 

Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada — Mainten- 
ance and operation of, including $800 for Clyde 
Leavitt as chief fire inspector 

Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada — To 
expenses in connection with cases before the Board 
of Railway Commissioners, Statutory 



Contribution of the Government Railways to the 
Faculty of McGill University towards the founda- 
tion of a school of railway engineering and trans- 
portation in general, in connection with the faculty 
of applied science 

Contribution of the Government Railways to the 
Faculty of the Poly technic School, Montreal, for the 
advancement of learning in connection with railway 
engineering and transportation in general 

Costs of litigation 

Governor General's cars— Attendance, repairs, and al 
terations, etc 

Grand Trunk Pacific Railway — Remuneration to Gov- 
ernment Director of 

Subscription to International Congress, Brussels 

Surveys and inspections — Canals 

Surveys and Inspections — Railways 

To pay expenses in connection with consolidation of 
Railway Act 



/ 



Carried forward . 



8,499 68 

4,809 26 

1,530 24 

25,976 49 

793 42 

29,999 13 

207,807 99 

9,995 62 

1,198 11 

29,959 19 

35,925 49 

19,979 94 



161,757 29 
1,500 00 

49,500 00 



2,500 00 



2,500 00 
4,525 65 

11,500 00 

2,000 00 

97 33 

21,190 39 

36,873 46 

1,171 75 



23,924,768 89 



6,170,952 70 



376,474 56 



30,095,721 59 



295,115 87 



671,590 43 



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37 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

EXPENDITURE, 1915-16— Continued. 



Service. 



Railways and Canals — Collection of Revenue. 

Railways — 

Intercolonial Railway — 

Working Expenses 12,551,495 84 

Working Expenses, Improvements and 

Betterments 1,515.895 57 

Prince Edward Island Railway 

National Transcontinental Railway 

International Railway of N. B 

New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island Railway. . . 
St. John and Quebec Railway 

Canals — 

Staff and Repairs 

Statistical Officers 



Miscellaneous — 

Compassionate allowance to the widow of the late W. D 
Smith, who was accidentally killed in the discharge 
of his duties as labourer on the Port Nelson 
Terminals of the Hudson Bay Railway 

Compassionate allowance to the widow of the late 
Michael Lawrence Allen, who was accidentally 
killed in the discharge of his duties as handyman on 
the Lachine Canal 

Compassionate allowance to the widow of the late Fred 
Jacobs, who was killed in ihe periormance of his 
duties as brakesman on the Intercolonial Railway.. 

Compassionate allowance to the widow of the late 
Chailes Hughes, who was killed while in the per- 
formance of his duties as yardman at Haliiax on the 
Intercolonial Railway 

Compassionate allowance to the widow of the late 
Maurice P. LeBianc, who was killed while in the 
performance of his duties as brakesman on the Inter- 
colonial Railway 

Compassionate allowance to the widow of the late 
George A. Zimmerman, who was injured in the per- 
formance of his duties as a shoveller at the Govern- 
ment grain elevator, Port Colborne, and sub- 
sequenl ly died 

Gratuity to Jacob Isakeson, cook on the Govt. S.S. 
Scotia, who was injured a,\ Mulgrave in October, 1914 



$ cts 



Public Works — Capital. 

Public Buildings — 

Ottawa Parliament Buildings — addition 

Ottawa New Departmental Buildings and sites therefor. 

Ottawa Eastern Departmental Block — addition 

Ottawa Victoria Memorial Museum 

Toronto New Dominion Buildings 

Harbours and Rivers — 

Esquimalt Dry Dock 

French River waterway improvements 

Halifax Dry Dock ^ 

Port Arthur and Fort William — harbour and river im- 

prov ements 

Quebec Harbour — dry dock at Lauzon ". 

Quebec Harbour — deep water wharf at Levis 

Carried forward 



14,067,391 41 

545,020 62 

4,410,528 75 

206,651 38 

87,030 93 

90,757 13 



1,329,105 91 
34,943 55 



2,000 00 

1,000 00 
500 00 

500 00 

250 00 

2,000 00 
150 00 



45,728 01 
99,975 78 
12,371 59 
20,816 98 
24,489 51 



24,912 90 

45.697 04 

95 60 

1,315,512 23 

699,146 75 

27,692 00 



$ cts 



2,113,056 52 



19,407,380 22 



1,364,049 46 



cts. 



6,400 00 



203,386 87 



203,386 87 



20,777,829 68 



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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



in 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 



EXPENDITURE, 1915-16— Continued. 



Service. 



Brought forward 

Public Works— Capital — Concluded. 

Harbours and Rivers Concluded. 

Quebec Harbour Improvements (Generally) 

Quebec Harbour— Riv. St. Chailes— improvements 

navigation 

St. John Harbour, N.B.— improvements 

Toronto Harbour — improvements 

Vancouver Harbour, B.C. — improvements 

Victoria Harbour, B.C. — improvements 

River St. Lawrence Ship Channel 



to 



Public Works — Income. 
Public Buildings— 
Nova Scotia — 

Amherst New Post Office— inclusive of 6 per cent 

interest on balance due on site 

Bear River Public Building 

Canning Public Building ■ 

Chester Public Building 

Dartmouth New Public Building 

Halifax Customs House — improvements 

Halifax Dominion Buildings— improvements 

Halifax Postal Station at North End 

Middleton Public Building 

Pictou Custom House — new furnaces, etc 

Shubenacadie Public Building 

Sydney — improvements 



Totals — Nova Scotia. 



Prince Edward Island — 

Summerside Public Building — new roof 
addition, inclusive of heating and fittings. 



and 



Totals— Prince Edward Island 

New Brunswick — 

Chatham Public Building — addition 

Fredericton New Public Building 

Milltown Public Building 

St. George Public Building 

St. John Custom House — improvements, etc 

St. John Dominion Buildings — improvements, 

pairs, etc 

St. John New Post Office 



re- 



Totals — New Brunswick. 



Maritime Provinces Generally — 

Dominion Public Buildings — renewals, improve- 
ments, repairs, etc 



Total — Maritime Provinces Generally. 



Quebec — 

Athabaska Settlement of claim A. Quesnel 

Coaticook Armoury 

Dominion Public Buildings — Quebec — renewals, im- 
provements, repairs, etc 

East Angus Public Building 

Grand Mere Public Building — inclusive of 5 per cent 
interest on balance due on site 

Grosse Itle Quarantine Station — improvements and 
repairs to building and fittings, furniture 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station — new buildings. . . . 



Carried forward. 



$ t-ts. 



2,113,056 52 



4,025 08 

392,649 95 

1,132,533 45 

219,443 47 

1,273,271 39 

1,195,771 70 
1,937,090 48 



13 50 

2,246 45 

22 60 

32 75 

26,224 81 

5,254 56 

4,320 70 

185 00 

73 25 

822 40 

1,521 70 

1,100 00 



4,623 35 



200 00 

10,087 80 

15,351 25 

3 38 

4,375 96 

2,252 86 
81,003 92 



22,612 10 



1,290 00 
16,654 65 

17,722 54 
22,679 18 

1,626 55 

14,078 93 
29,632 36 



cts. 



203,386 87 



8,267,842 04 



103,684 21 



41,817 72 



4,623 35 



S cts. 



8,471,228 91 



113,275 17 



22,612 10 



182,328 34 



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39 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

EXPENDITURE, 1915-16— Continued. 



Services. 



Brought forward 

Public Works — Continued. 

Public Buildings — Continued. 
Quebec — Continued. 

Jeune Lorette Public Building 

Joliette New Public Building 

Jonquieres Public Building 

Lachine Post Office — To pay bal. due Contractor. 

Levis Armoury and Gun Shed 

Louiseville Public Building 

Matane Public Building 

Montreal Customs Building and Examining Ware 
house (New) 

Montreal General Post Office — remodelling old build- 
ing, including fittings, furniture, &c 

Montreal Postal Station "A" (St. James St.) 

Montreal Postal Station "C" Seguin and Guindon 
in full 

Montreal Postal Station "F" — (Notre Dame and 
Richmond Sts) 

Montreal Postal Station "G" — (St. Lawrence Div- 
ision — Prince Arthur and Elgin Sts.) 

Montreal Postal Station "L" (at Westmount) 

Montreal Dominion Buildings— improvements, alter- 
ations and repairs 

Murray Bay Public Building 

Quebec Customs and Examining Warehouse — altera- 
tions and improvements 

Quebec Drill Hall Extension 

Quebec Immigration Building — Louise Embank- 
ment, including additional storey to be added 
to present building for detention purposes 

Quebec Immigration Hospital in Savard Park- 
repairs and improvements, &c 

Quebec Post Office — enlargement and alterations.. . . 

Shawville Public Building 

Sle. Agathe des Monts Public Building 

St. Gabriel de Brandon Public Building 

St. Laurent Public Building 

St. Ours Public Building 

Ste. Therese Public Building 

Three Rivers New Public Building 

- Verdun Public Building inclusive of 6 per cent interest 
on balance due on site 

Waterville Public Building 



Totals — Quebec . 



Ontario — 

Almonte Post Office — additions and alterations 

Aurora Public Building 

Barrie Drill Hall 

Barrie Public Building — addition and alterations, &c. 

Berlin Public Building 

Brantford New Public Building 

Brantford Public Buildings — to provide for Govern- 
ment's share of cost of laying sewers, etc., in 
front of buildings 

Burford Public Building 

Burk's Falls Public Building 

Brussels Public Building 

Brockville— Alterations and improvements 

Cobourg Public Building 

Collingwood Public Building 

s 

Carried forward 



cts 



103,684 21 



90 19 
20,121 62 
9,711 33 
2,445 00 
1,153 35 
3,572 16 
6,509 96 

364,242 88 

37,996 96 
12,303 51 

2,404 50 

5,089 54 

1,222 35 

4,827 48 

30,099 22 
15,981 33 

20,987 97 
31,925 06 



20,114 78 

4, 566 00 

169,786 58 

16,774 62 

15,830 81 

5,772 93 

2,749 29 

242 65 

3,245 89 

60,372 48 

1,089 75 
26 43 



3,969 11 
15,018 13 

1,637 46 

46,943 52 

46 75 

19,005 96 



859 81 

22,117 71 

82 43 

42 85 

1,981 82 

3 50 

15,969 25 



127,678 30 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



182,328 34 



974,940 83 



1,157,269 17 



40 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



in 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

EXPENDITURE, 1915-16— Continued. 



Services. 



$ els. 



Brought forward 

Public Works — Income — Continued. 

Public Buildings — Continued. 
Ontario — Continued. 

Copper Cliff Public Building 

Cornwall Public Building — improvements 

Dominion Public Buildings — Ontario — renewals, re 
pairs, improvements, &c 

Durham Public Building 

Eganville Public Building 

Elmira Public Building 

Forest Public Building 

Fort Frances Public Building 

Fort William Custom House and Examining Ware- 
house 

Fort William Drill Hall 

Gait Drill Hall 

Georgetown Public Building 

Gore Bay Public Building 

Gravenhurst Public Building 

Grimsby Public Building .■ 

Hamilton Postal Station "B" 

Hamilton Public Building— enlargement and impro- 
vements 

Hanover Public Building 

Hespeler Public Building 

Ingersoll Drill Hall 

Ingersoll Public Building— addition 

Kemptville Public Building 

Kingston R.M.C. — additional dormitory accommo 
dation for cadets 

Kingston to pay Govt, share of asphalt pavement.. 

Kingsville Public Building 

Lakefield Public Building 

Lindsay Public Building — improvements 

Listowel Drill Hall 

London Armoury — to enlarge site 

London Fair Grounds — rebuilding grand stand 

London Customs House — improvements 

London Post Office Building 

Milton Public Building 

Milverton Public Building 

Morrisburg Public Building 

Napanee Drill Hall 

Newmarket Public Building 

Norwich Public Building 

Orillia Public Building — addition 

Ottawa Customs Building 

Ottawa Departmental Buildings — fittings, etc 

Ottawa Departmental Buildings, Langevin Block- 
new elevators, etc 

Ottawa Langevin Block — repairs to copper roof 

Ottawa Parliament and Departmental Buildings, 
etc. — fire protection 

Ottawa Parliament Buildings — re-wiring 

Ottawa Parliament Buildings — improvements — 

Ottawa Post Office — new elevator, etc 

Palmerston Public Building 

Pembroke Drill Hall 

Pembroke Public Building — addition and improve- 
ments, etc 

Perth Public Building 

Peterboro Public Building 



Carried forward . 



127,678 30 



90 42 
846 50 

31,415 97 

38 49 

4,531 16 

18,478 03 
97 43 
19 28 

32,470 19 

3 38 

29,810 62 

105, 60 

1,822 10 

88 48 

52 56 

96 99 

2,221 42 

14,439 10 

70 45 

14 00 

7,022 10 

3,687 46 

2,454 26 

2,289 80 

32 21 

7,869 76 

4,362 33 

7,786 43 

454 37 

15,000 00 

1,472 79 

3,037 88 

10,528 43 

14,992 72 

50 95 

31,098 07 

10,294 24 

13,266 00 

3,770 53 

599,832 89 

54,720 70 

10,093 00 
1,948 97 

2,323 25 

57,325 18 

6,345 17 

6,260 25 

19,521 26 

23,846 29 

3.S36 89 

3 00 

362 04 



cts. 



1,157,269 17 



1,190,279 69 



cts. 



1, 157,269 17 



11 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



41 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

EXPENDITURE, 1915-1$— Continued. 



Service. 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



cts. 



Brought forward 

Public Works — IkcTjme — Continued. 

Public Buildings — Continued. 
Ontario — Continued. 

Petrolia Public Building — improvements, etc 

Picton Post Office — addition, etc 

Port Arthur Custom House and Examining Ware- 
house 

Port Arthur Drill Hall 

Preston Public Building 

Shelburne Public Building 

Smiths Falls Public Building — enlargement and im- 
provements 

St. Catherines Public Building — to pay Govt, share 
sewer and pavement 

Steelton Public Building 

Sudbury Public Building 

Toronto Customs Examining Warehouse and Postal 
Station "A" 

Toronto Dominion Buildings — improvements, renew- 
als.repairs, etc 

Toronto Postal Station "A" — temporary premises... 

Toronto Postal Station "E" (corner of Spadina Ave. 
and Oxford St.) 

Toronto Postal Station "G" (Queen and Saulter Sts.) 

Toronto North — alterations and repairs to Postal 
Station "K" 

Walkerville Public Building 

Waterloo — to pay Chas. Moogk services as clerk. . . . 

Waterloo — to pay Govt, share, etc 



1,190,279 69 



Manitoba — 

Boissevain Public Building 

Brandon Public Building 

Carberry Public Building 

Carman Public Building 

Dominion Public Buildings — Manitoba — renewals, 

improvements, repairs, etc 

Gretna Public Building 

Morden Public Building 

Oak Lake Public Building 

Portage la Priarie — electric wiring and fixtures. . . . 
Portage la Prairie— Govt, share sidewalks and sewer 

Souris — Govt, share, etc 

Stonewall Public Building 

Virden Public Building 

Winnipeg Custom House Building (old P.O.) repairs 

etc 

Winnipeg Dominion Buildings — improvements, re 

newals, repairs, etc 

Winnipeg Drill Hall (new) ^ 

Winnipeg Immigration Buildings — improvements... 

Winnipeg North — drill hall 

Winnipeg Postal Station "D"— West 

Winnipeg Elmwood site — Govt, share sidewalks, etc 

Saskatchewan — 

Battleford Public Building — improvements 

Dominion Public Buildings — Saskatchewan— renew- 
als, repairs and improvements 

Indian Head — Forestry Branch (Dept. of Interior) 
Building 

Moosejaw Customs Examining Warehouse 

Moosejaw New Public Building 



Carried forward. 



16 

22 

131,394 

416 

19,062 

41 



0(1 
59 

04 
98 
31 

NO 



11,992 69 



1,761 

5,478 

16,445 



36 

57 

is 



79,042 35 



5,304 
3,105 

51 
40, 167 

1,527 

51,166 

1,915 

729 



72 
03 

70 
30 

51 

14 
50 
96 



173 

1,546 

5 

4,084 

4,044 

6 

1,515 

37 

853 

573 

79 

2,885 

4,716 



3,407 23 



14,766 

181,078 

188 

69,954 

199 

166 



564 

12,185 

300 

18 

10,695 



1,157,269 17 



1,559,921 51 



290,282 46 



23,764 77 



3,007,473 14 



42 



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EXPENDITURE, 1915-16— Continued. 



Service. 



Brought forward 

Public Works — Income — Continued. 

Public Buildings — Continued. 
Saskatchewan — Continued. 

Prince Albert Drill Hall 

Regina Customs Examining Warehouse. , 

Saskatoon Drill Hall 

Saskatoon New Public Building 

Weyburn — Govt, share sewer, etc 



Alberta — 

Bassano Public Building 

Calgary — accommodation for Assistant Receiver 

General 

Calgary Customs Examining Warehouse 

Calgary Drill Hall 

Calgary New Post Office — site and buildings 

Calgary Dom. Building — improvements, renewals, 

repairs, etc 

Edmonton Customs Examining Warehouse 

Dominion Public Buildings — Alberta — renewals, 

improvements, repairs, etc 

Edmonion Drill Hall (new) 

Lethbridge Public Building (new) 

Medicine Hat Public Building — addition 



Total— Alberta. 



British Columbia — 

Comox Public Building 

Courtenay Public Building 

Dominion Public Buildings, British Columbia — 
Renewals, Improvements, repairs, etc 

Grand Forks Public Building 

Greenwood Public Building 

Mission City Public Building 

New Hazelton Public Building 

New Westminster Public Building — Fittings 

New Westminster — Government share in pavement . 

North Vancouver Drill Hall 

Penticton Public Building 

Port Alberni Public Building 

Powell River Public Building 

Prince Rupert Drill Hall 

Prince Rupert Public Building 

Prince Rupert Quarantine Station 

Revelstoke Public Building 

Vancouver Drill Hall 

Vancouver Detention Building (new) 

Vancouver New Post Office Building — improvements 
etc 

Vancouver Postal Station "B" 

Vancouver Postal Station "C" 

Vancouver Dominion Buildings — improvements, re- 
newals, repairs, etc 

Victoria New Drill Hall 

Victoria Observatory 

Victoria Post office — improvements 

William's Head Quarantine Station — repairs 



Total — British Columbia. 
Carried forward 



23,764 77 



60,083 60 

651 54 

5,509 43 

938 69 

122 45 



15,159 31 

145 28 

37,471 65 

808 59 

140 45 

2,392 66 
1,385 16 

2,709 18 

146,627 70 

4,164 54 

21,234 38 



cts 



240 00 
15 67 

9,077 46 

3,568 58 

3,844 11 

4 00 

13 68 

8,947 22 

857 99 

5,814 80 

60 

4,604 52 

12 71 

109 28 

1,496 93 

108 94 

442 56 

727 07 

128,870 39 

8 70 

76 50 

52,087 03 

5,189 CO 

114,151 78 

74,980 60 

39,096 71 

9,835 75 



3,007,523 14 



91,070 48 



232,238 90 



cts. 



464,183 4S 



3,794 ,966 00 



Ill 



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43 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

EXPENDITURE, 1915-16— Continued. 



Service. 



Brought forward. 



Public Works — Income — Continued. 
Generally — 

Experimental Farms — new buildings and improve- 
ments, tobacco curing stations, renewals, and 
repairs, etc., in conned ion with existing build- 
ings, fences, etc 

Fire escapes for Dominion Public Buildings 

Flags for Dominion Public Buildings 

Immigration Buildings — construction and repairs.. 

Public Buildings generally (Dominion) 



Totals Generally 

Total, Public Buildings. 



Rents, Repairs, Furniture, Heating, etc. — 

Ottawa Public Buildings— elevator attendants 

" gas and electric light, includ- 
ing roads and bridges 

Ottawa Public Buildings— grounds 

Ottawa Public Buildings — Heating — including salaries of 
engineers, firemen, and watchmen 

Ottawa Public Buildings — removal of snow — including 
Rideau Hall 

Ottawa Public Buildings — repairs, including ventilation 
and lighting, furniture, etc 

Ottawa Rideau Hall (including grounds) — improvements 
furniture, and maintenance, etc 

Ottawa Rideau Hall — allowance for fuel and light 

Ottawa Public Buildings — Telephone service 

Ottawa PublicBuildingsNew Departmental Building sites 

Dominion Public Buildings — 

Dominion Immigration Buildings — repairs, furniture 
etc 

Dominion Quarantine Stations — maintenance 

Fittings, general supplies, and furniture — Dominion 
Public Buildings 

Heating Dominion Public Buildings 

Lighting Dominion Public Buildings 

Power Dominion Public Buildings, for running eleva- 
tors, stamp cancelling machines, etc 

Rents — Dominion Public Buildings 

Salaries of caretakers, engineers, firemen, etc 

Supplies for caretakers, etc 

Water — Dominion Public Buildings 

Yukon Public Buildings — rents, repairs, fuel, light, 
water service, and caretakers' salaries 

Totals — Renls, repairs, etc 



Harbours and Rivers — 
Nova Scotia — 

Advocate — widening and repairing wharf 

Anderson's Cove — new breakwater 

Arisaig — extension and improvements to wharf 

Bass River — wharf, repairs to 

Broad Cove — repairs to breakwater 

Canning — Repairs to wharves 

Canada Creek — breakwater repairs and improve- 
ments 

Cape Negro — completion of wharf 

Centreville (Trout Cove) — in full for E. J. Reid's 
claim 



Carried forward . 



cts 



91,595 57 
1,475 75 
4,947 12 
4,042 72 

30,094 10 



35,32/ 07 

50,673 05 
18,619 ^5 

154,545 68 

7,196 98 

414,958 27 

57,120 97 
17,000 00 
38,194 48 
10,875 44 



10,992 18 
1,581 37 

55,701 47 
248,673 97 
149,255 20 

35,689 41 

771,705 57 

449,960 55 

25 092 87 

43,035 04 

,62,536 69 



2,195 08 
126 41 
1,898 78 
1,029 98 
1,500 86 
797 18 

40 32 
890 68 

22,439 96 



30,919 25 



$ cts 



3,794,966 00 



132,155 26 



2,658,735 71 



$ cts. 



3,927,121 26 



2,658,735 71 



6,585,856 97 



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EXPENDITURE, 1915-16— Continued. 



Service. 



$ cts. 



S cts. 



$ ' cts. 



Brought forward 

Public Works — Income — Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers— Continued. 
Nova Scotia — Continued. 

Digby Pier — renewals 

Chezzetcook (Head) — wharf 

East Ferry — breakwater-whari, to complete 

East River — improvements 

Feltzen South— repairs to wharf 

Fox Island, extension of breakwater 

Fox Point — breakwater 

French River — extension of breakwater-pier 

Granville Centre — repairs to wharf 

Hantsport — to complete wharf 

Harbours, Rivers, and Bridges Generally— repairs 

and improvements 

Harbourville — repairs to breakwater 

Inverness — harbour improvements 

Jamesville — breakwater to complete, 

Joggin's Mines — breakwater improvements 

Kelly's Cove — repairs to breakwater 

Kingsport — repairs to pier 

Litchfield— breakwater extension 

Little Anse — repairs to breakwater 

Margaretville — repairs to breakwater 

Meteghan — breakwater repairs 

Middle County — wharf repairs and extension 

Minudie — repairs to wharf 

Mosher's Bay — breakwater 

McKay's Point — repairs to wharf 

Necum Tench — repairs to wharf 

New Harbour — repairs to breakwater 

North Belleville — wharf 

North West Cove (Tancook Island) — breakwater. 
Ostrea Lake — repairs to wharf and building shed.. 

Peggy's Cove — breakwater, to complete 

Petite Riviere — repairs to breakw r ater 

Plaster Mines — wharf 

Port Dufferin East — repairs to wharf 

Porter's Lake — boat channel to Three Fathom 

Harbour 

Quoddy — repairs to wharf 

Rainy Cove — wharf _ 

Shag Harbour — wharf repairs and improvements — 
South Bay (Ingonish) — wharf extension, to complete 

South Lake (Lakeville) — breakwater repairs 

Three Fathom Harbour — repairs to wharf and beach 

protection 

Tignish — repairs to wharf 

Upper Prospect — extension of breakwater. 

Vogler's Cove — breakwater and landing skids 

Washabuck Centre — repairs to wharf 

West Chezzetcook — wharf extension and breakwater 



repairs 

Windsor — harbour improvements 

Wolfville — wharf and harbour improvements. 
Yarmouth Harbour — improvements 



Prince Edward Island— 

Alberton — repairs to wharf 

Belle River — repairs to breakwater. 
Brudenell — wharf reconstruction. . . . 
Cape Traverse; — repairs to wharf. . . . 
Charlottetown Harbour 



( anied forward. 



30,919 25 



1,919 15 

2,299 61 

3,895 10 

104,088 70 

700 01 

,176 62 

110 25 

25 00 

977 11 

,204 00 



1, 



42,137 00 

3,791 55 

210' 00 

3,413 62 

4,992 70 

1,290 22 

2,359 61 

115 92 

760 37 

4,785 22 

149 84 

764 18 

634 37 

4,998 17 

899 74 

72 02 

805 46 

815 27 

8 10 

1,814 37 

1,044 07 

999 99 

64 70 

999 13 

100 01 

976 91 
4,079 17 

774 99 
2,499 00 

699 90 

1,800 03 
413 40 
382 75 
999 10 

1,100 00 

1,723 29 

149 23 

17 20 

16,091 10 



L\!>72 38 
2,649 41 
3,096 43 
1,335 65 
14, 159 71 



24,213 58 



6,585,856 97 



260,040 50 



260,046 50 



6,5S5,S56 97 



Ill 



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45 



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EXPENDITURE, 1015-16— Continued. 



Service. 



and 



Brought forward 

Public Works — Income — Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers — Continued. 

Prince Edward Island — Continued. 

Harbours, rivers and bridges, generally — repairs and 

improvements 

Kier's Shore — repairs to wharf 

Lambert's Pier (Montague) — repairs 

McPherson's Cove — repairs to wharf 

North Lake — boat harbour 

Pownall— repairs to wharf 

Rocky Point — wharf, to complete 

Red Point — repairs to wharf 

Robinson's Island — repairs to breakwater 

Souris — extension of breakwater 

St. Mary's Bay — repairs to wharf 

Summerside — repairs to breakwater 

Tignish Harbour — repairs to breakwater and beach 

protection 

Vernon River — repairs to pier 

West Point- — repairs to wharf 



New Brunswick — 

Bathurst — harbour improvements 

Beaver Harbour — repairs to wharf 

Buctouche Beach— extension of breast-works 
breakwaters 

Burnt Church — repairs to wharf 

Cape Bald — repairs to breakwater pier 

Caraquet — repairs to wharf 

Chockfish — to repair breakwaters % 

Chocolate Cove— rebuilding wharf approach. . . 

Cocagne — wharf 

Dalhousie — repairs to deep water wharf 

Dorchester — wharf improvements, to complete 

Durham — wharf improvements 

Fredericton — wharf 

Harbours, rivers and bridges, generally — repairs and 
improvements 

Lord's Cove — wharf improvements 

Lower Caraquet — repairs to wharf 

Martin's Head — breastwork 

Portage River — breakwater and breastworks, to con- 
struct 

Quaco — repairs to breakwater extension 

Quaco — reconstruction of eastern breakwater, 

Richibucto Beach — extension of breakwaters 

River St. John and tributaries — construction of 
wharfs in tidal waters 

River St. John, including tributaries — improvements 

Shippegan Gully— repairs and reconstruction of 
breakwater 

St. John — deep water wharf at Partridge Island 

St. John Harbour — extension of Negro Point break- 
water to Partridge Island 

Stonehaven — to repair breakwater 

Tracadie — to construct breakwater and breastworks 

Upper Salmon River — breakwater extension 

Upper Caraquet — repair and rebuild wharf . . 



Maritime Provinces Generally — 

To purchase creosoted timber for works in the Mari- 
time Provinces generally 



Carried forward. 



$ cts 



24,213 58 



4,121 27 

1,359 47 

894 01 

1,057 23 

39 31 

2,505 56 

17,319 84 

2,070 28 

1,269 75 

5,697 49 

1,500 08 

1 80 

2,484 79 
745 69 
998 33 



142,740 63 
1,009 47 

2,535 57 

4,770 38 

3,589 89 

1,190 72 

691 25 

1,648 36 

7 67 

1,809 44 

11,987 53 

2,028 99 

54 55 

17,665 16 

531 08 

1,390 68 

3,223 61 

893 27 

4,486 89 

33 54 

30,014 86 

27,930 37 
7,665 59 

3,472 30 
248 99 

734 00 

2,477 58 

1,456 77 

. 5,104 00 

1,853 46 



5,258 71 



$ cts 



260,046 50 



66,278 48 



283,246 60 



5,258 71 



614,830 29 



$ cts. 



6,585,856 97 



-6,585,856 97 



46 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



in 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 



EXPENDITURE, 1915-16— Continued. 



Service. 


$ cts. 


S cts. 


$ cts. 


Public Works — Income — Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers— Continued. 
Quebec — 


2,799 00 

685 69 

4,479 53 

14,623 32 
1,908 29 
1,486 39 
4,795 74 
2,461 93 
390 59 

17,608 01 
1,112 10 
1,725 08 
1,221 31 
7,888 72 
1,123 34 
1,499 91 
698 63 
2,174 41 
1,071 79 
1,384 53 
7,946 86 
3,624 07 
4,478 42 
3,049 76 
5,961 82 

74,324 48 

2,353 85 

946 09 

1.608 05 
5,027 62 
3,883 56 
4,499 99 

49 93 

19,975 45 

1,895 23 

621 18 

2,949 22 

13,245 33 

1,599 04 

4,473 31 

59 52 

1,630 60 

1,463 62 

1.609 23 
15 75 

1,299 90 

207 26 

2,878 92 

1,355 88 

823 46 

600 72 

50,025 76 

3,200 55 

3,622 63 

585 20 

999 89 

4,531 01 

8,552 29 

133 85 


614,830 29 


6,585,856 97 


Anse au GrifTond— repairs and improvements to piers 












































Chicoutimi — wharf repairs and improvements 








































Grosse Isle Quarantine Station— extension of wharves 
Harbours, rivers and bridges — general repairs and 












Hospi' al Bay, Magdalen Islands— breakwater 








































Murray Bay—wharf improvements and repairs 




















































Riviere du Loup (Fraserville)— Harbour improve- 








Riviere Ouclle— repairs and improvements to wharf. 










317,247 61 


614,830 29 


6,585,856 97 







in 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



47 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 2 

EXPENDITURE, 1915-16— Continued. 



Service. 



Public Works — Income — Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers — Continued. 
Quebec — Continued. 

Ste. Adelaide de Pabos — repairing breakwater and 

improving approach 

Stra* ford — repairs to wharf 

St. Alphonse — addition to wharf 

St. Andre — repairs to wharf 

Ste. Anne de Beaupre — wharf to repair 

Ste. Annes des Monts — landing pier 

Ste. Anne du Saguenay — extension of wharf 

Ste. Anne du Saguenay — repairs to wharf 

St. Fulgence — repairs to wharf , 

St. Gregoire — repairs to breakwater 

St. Ignace de Loyola — repairs to dyke 

St. Irenee — repairs to wharf 

St. Jean des Chaillons — wharf improvements 

St. Jean, Island of Orleans — wharf extension 

St. Jean Port Joli — repairs to wharf 

St. Mark — repairs to wharf 

St. Michel de Bellechasse — repairs to wharf 

St. Valier — extension to wharf 

Trois Lacs — repairs to wharf 

Valleyfield — wharf 

Vercheres — repairs to wharf 



Ontario — 

Bayfield — repairs to piers 

Belleville — harbour improvements 

Brighton — reconstruction and extension of wharf. . , 

Burlington — revetment wall 

Burlington — to pay Hutchison & Latimer security 
deposited re revetment wall 

Cobourg — harbour improvements 

Collingwood Dry Dock No. 1 

Collingwood Dry Dock No. 2 

Colpoy's Bay — repairs to wharf 

Depot Harbour — wharf renewal 

Dyers Bay — repairs to wharf 

Elk Lake Wharf — improvements and repairs 

Fort Frances — wharf 

French River Dam — repairs and maintenance 

Gananoque — wharf improvements 

Goderich — harbour improvements 

Grand Bend — repairs to piers 

Haileybury — harbour improvements 

Hamilton — harbour improvements 

Harbours, Rivers and Bridges — general repairs and 
improvements 

Honey Harbour — final claim W. McClinchy dredg- 
ing 

Helen's Bay — wharf 

Hilton — repairs to wharf 

Kagawong — wharf 

Kensington — wharf and warehouse 

Kingston — harbour improvements 

Kingston — Royal Military College — repairs to 
wharves 

Kingsville — repairs to piers 

Leamington — reconstruction of wharf 

Leith — wharf reconstruction 

L'Orignal — repairs to wharf 

Madawaska River — deepening channel 

Minaki — wharf 



Carried forward. 



$ cts 



317,247 61 



1,484 37 

2,496 15 

540 99 

978 10 

18,930 13 

36, 162 50 

33 60 

10,281 42 

1,178 28 

3,781 17 

736 78 

5, 142 89 

2,798 63 

1,487 09 

994 65 

794 12 

2,499 93 

1,298 96 

925 40 

60 89 

2,199 32 



2,933 81 

30,278 13 

52 73 

59,809 70 

2,180 00 

23,954 97 

15,000 00 

9,208 96 

2,726 32 

41 21 

1,560 72 

570 52 

5 88 

894 92 

1,459 59 

200,109 65 

1,098 26 

9,965 70 

79,854 12 

33,707 2% 

854 44 

2,497 46 

269 71 

192 73 

137,144 18 

505 06 

1,466 99 

. 6, 688 47 

25 25 

990 78 

2,302 24 

3,949 90 



632,299 63 



2—14 



cts 



614,830 29 



412,052 98 



$ cts. 



6,585,856 97 



1,026,883 27 



6,585,856 97 



48 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



in 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 



EXPENDITURE, 1915-16— Continued. 



Service. 



Brought forward 

Public Works — Income — Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers- — Continued. 
Ontario — Continued. 

Montreal River — improvements above Latchford, 
to complete 

Pelee Island- — repairs to docks 

Pleasant Point — wharf repairs and extension 

Port Bruce — repairs to piers 

Port Burwell — repairs to piers 

Port Credit — harbour improvements 

Port Elgin — renewal to breakwater 

Port Hope — harbour improvements 

Portland — wharf 

Port Perry — wharf 

Port Rowan — repairs to pier 

Port Stanley — harbour improvements 

Providence Bay — repairing and strengthening 

Providence Bay — In full Chas. H. Sherwodd's claim 

Rainy River — survey and maintenance of gauges. . . . 

Richard's Landing — wharf reconstruction and ware- 
house 

River Thames — ice breaking and removal of obs- 
tructions 

River Thames — protection work at Chatham 

Roche's Point — repairs to wharf 

Rondeau Harbour— repairs to pier 

Sarnia — wharf and shelter basin 

Sault Ste. Marie — wharf repairs 

Sault Ste. Marie — harbour improvements 

Shanty Bay— wharf renewal 

South Baymouth — wharf and warehouse 

Sturgeon Falls — wharf extension 

Thessalon — reconstruction of wharf 

Trent Bridge — completion of wharf 

Wellington — wharf and harbour improvements 

Windsor — landing dock improvements 



Totals — Ontario . 



Harbours and Rivers — 
Manitoba — 

Harbours, Rivers and Bridges — general repairs and 
improvements 

Le Pas — wharf 

Red River — improvements 

Red River— St. Andrews Lock and Dam — improve- 
ments 

Selkirk — harbour improvements and repairs to 
plant 

Winnipeg Harbour — wharfs 



Totals — Manitoba. 



Saskatchewan and Alberta — 

Athabaska River — improvements, full and final 
settlement of claim of John Lucy for injuries 
sustained by him while on duty 

Harbours, Rivers and Bridges— general repairs and 
improvements 

Pigeon Lake — improvements 

1 'rince Albert— protection works 

Saskatchewan River — improvements 

Sturgeon River — improvements 



Totals — Saskatchewan and Alberta. 
Carried forward 



$ cts. 



632,299 63 



4,552 22 

1.451 99 

1,384 42 

984 83 

9,297 20 

150 50 

48 57 

38,619 95 

2,418 71 

4,877 20 

500 00 

12,008 02 

2,713 39 

10,072 50 

17,019 47 

5,593 33 

5,208 15 

1,000 63 

882 03 

2,499 29 

61 67 

4,998 94 

32,344 36 

825 93 

107 61 

1,113 79 

5,083 77 

2,095 75 

59,457 95 

1,929 48 



4,672 72 

3, 173 38 

30,000 09 

8,620 28 

6,063 12 
15,787 72 



400 00 

4,980 21 

50 00 

8,974 33 

24,625 00 

1,533 07 



cts 



1,026,883 27 



861,601 28 



68,317 31 



40,50:.' ill 



1,997,364 47 



cts. 



6,585,856 97 



ii..")S5,856 97 



Ill 



IT MAC -ACCOUNTS 



49 



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EXPENDITURE, 1915-16— Continued. 



Service. 



Brought forward 

Public Works — Income — Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers — Continued. 
British Columbia — 

Ainsworth — wharf to complete 

Arrowhead — wharf .' 

Bamfield— repairs to wharf 

( 'ampbell River — repairs to wharf 

( olumbia and Kootenay Rivers — wharfs generally. 
Columbia and Kootenay Rivers — improvements.. , 

Fraser River — improvements 

Fraser River (lower) — improvements 

Fraser River (upper)— and tributaries improvements 

Fraser and Thompson Rivers — wharfs 

Goose Bay — repairs to wharf 

Harbours, Rivers and Bridges — general repairs and 

improvements 

Massett — wharf, repairs to 

Massett — repairs to wharf of Indian Reserve 

New Westminster— repairs to wharf 

Okanagan River — protecting and improving channel 

Port Essington — repairs to landing float 

Powell River— repairs to breakwater 

Queen Charlotte City — repairs to wharf 

Refuge Bay — repairs to wharf 

Skidegate — repairs to wharf of Indian Reserve 

Spiller River — repairs to wharf 

Stewart— repairs to wharf 

Stickine River — improvements 

White Rock — wharf to complete 

Williams Head Quarantine Station — improvements 
and repairs 



Totals — British Columbia. 



Yukon — 

Yukon River — improvements, gauging and surveys . 

Total — Yukon 



Generally — 

Harbours, Rivers and Bridges works — generally. 

Totals — Generally 



Dredging — 

New Dredging Plant — Maritime Provinces 

Ontario and Quebec, includ- 
ing Victoria Island ship- 
yard 

Manitoba, Saskatchewan and 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Dredging — Maritime Provinces 

Ontario and Quebec 

Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. . . 
" British Columbia 



Totals — Dredging Plant and Dredges. 
Carried forward 



cts 



3,176 19 

235 40 

1,099 95 

5,102 33 

8,283 30 

9,314 99 

398,875 66 

18,354 62 

12,350 20 

3,550 12 

1,495 20 

31,736 64 
999 53 
4,688 07 
3,492 69 
4,994 76 
47 35 
4,931 72 
5,724 90 
2,998 67 
6,813 00 
3,918 32 
2,985 93 
5,611 02 

10,157 24 

2,873 68 



4,876 91 



31,675 65 



30,540 01 



21,168 71 

37 36 

37,037 06 

449,344 01 

588,675 70 

71,333 74 

638,019 02 



cts. 



1,997,364 47 



553,811 48 



4.S76 91 



31,675 65 



$ cts 



6,585,856 97 



2,587,728 51 



1,836,155 61 



11,009,741 09 



iH 



50 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



ui 



7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

EXPENDITURE, 1915-16— Continued. 



Services. 



8 cts. 



Brought forward 

Public Wokks — Income — Continued. 

Harbours and Rivers — Continued. 
Slides and Booms — 

Saguenay District — booms and piers 

St. Maurice District — Improvements to slide and 
boom works to facilitate the floating and storage 

of logs, &c 

Slides and Booms, generally 



Totals— Slides and Booms. 



Roads and Bridges — 

Banff — new bridge 

Dominion traffic bridges throughout Canada, inciud 
ing approaches generally 

International Bridge over River St. John, between 
Clair, N. B., and Fort Kent, Me. (State of Maine 
to provide $15,000. County of Aroostook 
$10,000 and town of Fort Kent, $5,000) 

Metapedia Road — repairs and improvements 

North .Temiskaming — bridge over Quinze River; 
Quebec government to contribute $15,000 

Ottawa City — bridges over the River Ottawa, the 
slides and the Rideau Canal and approaches 
thereto — ordinary repairs, renewals and main 
tenance 



Totals — Roads and Bridges. 

Telegraph Lines — 
Nova Scotia — 
Cape Breton Lines 



4,420 58 



13,915 59 
2,273 78 



413 15 
4,953 75 

800 CO 
2,550 55 

14, 16G 86 
17,129 39 



247 4S 



Saskatchewan and Alberta — 

Athabaska Landing to Lake La Biche— telegraph 
line ' 

Battleford— Isle La Crosse line;— to complete 

Contraction of line from Athabaska Landing to Fort 
McMurray — to complete 

Northwest Lines — shifting of line from farm lands to 
established roadwaj's 

Peace River Line — offices and dwellings at Saskatoor. 
Lake, Grande Prairie 

Peace River — Grande Prairie Telegraph Line — exten- 
sion from Lake Saskatoon to Hudson's Hope, 
B.C 



British Columbia — 

Alberni — Clayoquot Telegraph Line — office at Ciayo- 
quot 

Okanagan Valley Telephone System — repairs and 
improvements 

Okanagan Valley Telephone System— extensions. . . 

Okanagan Telephone System Co — allowance late 
P. Johnson 

Vancouver Island Telegraph and Telephone Lines- 
general repairs and improvements 



994 98 
6,894 01 

5,678 24 

3,312 43 

1,923 50 

11,462 87 



2,455 00 

12,522 15 
5,497 28 

500 00 

4,000 01 



Total 

Generally — 

Telegraph lines — generally. 



Totals — Telegraphs . 
Carried forward 



6.S42 90 



S cts. 



S cts. 



11,909,741 09 



247 48 



20,614 95 



40,103 70 



30,266 03 



24,974 44 
2 90 



62,330 85 



11,132,790 59 



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EXPENDITURE, 1915-16— Continued. 



Services. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 








11,132,790 59 


Public Wobks — Income — Concluded. 

Miscellaneous — 

Architectural- 
Architectural Branch— salaries of architects, clerks 
of works, inspectors, draughtsmen, clerks, and 


45,615 36 
21 18 

403,687 90 

117,986 65 

16,670 22 

13,934 34 

142,278 02 

2,015 97 

52,816 23 

35,641 50 
3,329 99 

133 33 

17,694 10 
9,905 26 

20,144 92 
24,586 50 


906,461 47 




Monument to His late Majesty Kjng Edward VII. . 

Engineering — 

Engineering Branch — salaries of engineers, inspectors, 
superintendents, draughtsmen, clerks, and mes- 








St Lawrence River — metering 








Construction and operation of water storage dams 

and regulation works on the Ottawa river and 

tributaries and settlement of land damages. . . . 

Lake Winnipeg — inspection tug 




For operation and maintenance of inspection boats 

To pay Western Dry Dock and Shipbuilding Co., 
Ltd., of Port Arthur, a portion of the first pay- 
ment of subsidy due them upon their completion 
of the work covered by the agreement ratified 
by Chap 57, 3-4 George V, 1913, notwithstand- 
ing that the work is not completed 




Dry Docks generally — inspection, etc 




Deep Waterways Commission — inclusive of pay- 
ments authorized to Wm. J. Stewart, Chief 
Hydrographic Surveyor, Department of Naval 
Service, as a member of the Board oi Commis- 
sioners, also for the definition and demarcation 
of the International boundary between the 
United States and Canada from Pigeon River 
to St. Regis, as provided for by Article 4 of the 
Treaty of April 11, 1808 

Georgian Bay Ship Canal Royal Commission 




International Commission, River St. John, N.B 

Sundry — 

Accounts Branch — salaries of agents and clerks, 
travelling and contingent expenses of outside 




The National Gallery of Canada, including the pur- 
chase of paintings by the Board of Trustees. . . . 




Total 


93,306 46 

43,630 85 

39,081 63 

1,496 96 


12,039,252 06 


177,515 90 


Public Works — Collection of Revenue 
Sundry Works — 












Collection of Public Works revenues 
















177,515 90 





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EXPENDITURE, 1915-16— Continued. 



Service. 



Brought forward 

Public Works — Collection of Revenue — Concluded. 

Telegraph and Telephone Linen — 

Land and cable telegraph lines, lower St. Lawrence and 
Maritime Provinces, including working expenses of 

vessels required for cable service 

Saskatchewan and Alberta 

British Columbia 

Yukon System ( Ashcroft-Dawson) 

Telegraph and telephone service generally 



Mail Subsidies and Steamship Subventions. 

Atlantic Ocean — 

Steam service between Canadian Atlantic ports and 
Australia and New Zealand 

Ocean and mail service between Canada and Oreat 
Britain 

Ocean and mail service between Canada and France... 

Steam service between Canada and Cuba 

Steam service-or services between Canada and New- 
foundland 

Steam service between Canada and the West Indies or 
South America or both 

Steam service between Canada and South Africa 

Steam service between Halifax, St. Johns, Newfound- 
land, and Liverpool 

Steam service between Montreal, Quebec, and Man- 
chester, England, during the summer season, and 
between St. John, Halifax, and' Manchester during 
the winter season 

Winter steam service between St. John, Dublin, and 
Belfast ( 

Winter steam service between St. John and Glasgow. . 

Steam service between St John, Halifax, and London 



Pacific Ocean — 

Steam service between Canada and Australia or New 
Zealand or both, on Pacific Ocean 

Steam service between Prince Rupert, B.C , and Queen 
Charlotte Islands 

Steam service between Victoria and San Francisco 

Steam service between Victoria, Vancouver, way ports, 
and Skagway 

Steam service between Victoria and West Coast Van- 
couver Island 

Steam service between Vancouver and northern ports of 
British Columbia 



Local Services — 

Steam service between Baddeck and Iona _ 

Si cam service between Charlottetown, Victoria, and 
Holliday's Wharf 

( Jarried forward 



$ cts. 



184,306 39 
117,417 99 
145,009 94 
218,625 35 
15,001 52 



cts. S cts. 



177,51? 90 



680,361 19 



116,666 60 

421,275 93 

88,669 23 

2,000 00 

54,232 70 

340,666 66 
146,000 00 

13,500 00 



34,270 83 



7,500 00 
7, 125 00 


18,749 99 


1,250,656 94 


180,509 00 


11,333 33 
3,000 00 


12,500 00 


5,000 00 


16,800 00 


229,142 33 



5,728 32 
2,500 00 



s,22s 



857,877 09 



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53 



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EXPENDITURE, 1915-16— Continue d. 



Service. 



cts 



cts. 



cts. 



Brought forward 

Mail Subsidies and Steamship Subventions — Continued. 

Local Services — Continued. 

Steam service between Froudc's Point and Loekeport, 
N.S 

Steam service from the opening to the closing of naviga- 
tion in 1915 between Gaspe Basin and Dalhousie or 
< anipbcllton 

Steam service between Grand Manan and the mainland 

Steam service between Halifax and Canso 

Steam service between Halifax and Newfoundland, via 
Cape Breton Port 

Steam service bwteeen Halifax, Mahone Bay, Tancook 
Island, and La Have River ports 

Steam service between Halifax and Spry Bay and ports 
in Cape Breton 

Steam service between Halifax, South Cape Breton and 
Bras d'Or Lake ports 

Steam service between Halifax and West Coast Cape 
Breton, calling at way ports 

Steam service between Halifax and Sherbrooke 

Steam service from the opening to the closing of navi- 
gation between Kenora and Fort Frances 

Steam service from the opening to the closing of navi- 
gation in 1915 between the mainland and Magdalen 
Islands 

Steam service between Mulgrave and Canso 

Steam service between Mulgrave and Guysboro, calling 
at intermediate ports 

Steam service between Newcastle, Neguac, and Escu- 
minac, calling at all intermediate points on the 
Miramichi River and Miramichi Bay 

Steam service between Pelee Island and the mainland 

Steam service between Petit de Grat and Intercolonial 
Railway terminus at Mulgrave 

Steam service between Moncton and way ports, and a 
port or ports on the west coast of Cumberland 
County 

Steam service between Pictou and Montague calling at 
Murray Harbour and Georgetown 

Schooner service between Pictou, New Glasgow, Anti 
gonish County ports and Mulgrave 

Steam service from the opening to the closing of naviga- 
tion in 1915, between Port Mulgrave, St. Peter's, 
Irish Cove and Marble Mountain and other ports on 
the Bras d'Or Lakes 

Steam service between Prince Edward Island and Cape 
Breton and Newfoundland 

Steam service from the opening to the closing of naviga- 
tion in 1915, between Pictou, Mulgrave and Cheti- 
camp 

Steam service from the opening to the closing of naviga- 
tion in 1915, between Prince Edward Island and the 
Mainland 

Steam service during the year 1915, between Quebec and 
Harrington calling at ports and places on the northern 
shore of the river St. Lawrence between such ter- 
minals 

Steam service between Quebec and Gaspe Basin, touch- 
ing at intermediate ports 

Steam service between Quebec and ports on the north 
shore of the Isle of Orleans 

Steam service between Riviere du Loup, Tadoussac and 
other North Shore ports 



Carried forward. 



8,228 32 



600 00 

20,000 00 

10,000 00 

5,000 00 

10,000 00 

3,480 77 

3,680 00 

2,666 66 

3,000 00 
2,000 00 

5,016 83 



17,769 23 
6,500 00 

5,500 CO 



2,500 00 
8,000 00 

7,000 00 



2,500 00 
6,000 00 
1,000 00 

6,500 00 
10,416 67 

6,672 65 

12,500 00 

28,000 00 
8,500 00 
4,500 00 
5,954 54 



213,485 67 



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EXPENDITURE, 1915-16— Continued. 



Service. 



Brought forward 

Mail Subsidies and Steamship Subventions— Continued. 

Local Services — Continued. 

Winter steam service between Riviere du Loup, Tadoussac 
and other St. Lawrence ports 

Winter steam service between St. Catherines Bay and 
Tadoussac 

Steam service between St. John and ports in Cumber- 
land Basin 

Steam service between St. John N.B., and St. Andrews, 
N.B., calling at intermediate points 

Steam service between St. John and Bridgetown 

Steam service between St. John and Digby 

Steam service between St. John, Digby, Annapolis and 
Granville, viz., along the west coast of Annapolis 
Basin 

Steam service between St. John, N.B., and ports on the 
Bay of Fundy and Minas Basin and Margaretsville, 
N.S 

Steam service or services between St. John, Westport 
and Yarmouth and other way ports 

Steam service during the year 1915 between St. Stephen, 
N.B., St; Croix river points, Deer Island, Campo- 
bello and the inner islands, Passamaquoddy Bay 
and L'Etete or Back Bay 

Steam service during the season of 1915 between Sydney 
and Bay St. Lawrence calling at way ports 

Steam service during the season 1915 between Sydney 
and Whycocomagh 

Steam service from Sydney, N.S., around the east coast 
- of Cape Breton to Hastings and return to Sydney 
via the Bras d'Or Lakes 

Expenses in connection with the supervision of subsidized 
steamship services 



Naval Service. 

Naval Service — to provide for the maintenance and upkeep 
of ships, Naval College, and dockyards at Halifax and 
Esquimault and Royal Canadian Volunteer Reserve. . . . 

Fisheries Protection Service — to provide for the repairs and 
maintenance of Fisheries Protection Steamers 

Hydrographic Surveys, including the survey of Hudson Bay 

Radiotelegraph Service — to provide for the building and 
maintenance of Wireless Stations 

Tidal Service — to provide for maintenance of Tidal Stations 
and surveying steainers 

Patrol of the Northern Waters of Canada 

Rewards for saving life, including Life Saving Stations — for 
merly voted under Ocean and River Service 



Ocean and River Service. 

repairs to Dominion steamers and ice- 



Maintenance and 

breakers 

Examiners of Masters and Mates. . 

Investigation into wrecks 

Expenses of Schools of Navigation 

Carried forward . . 



$ cts. 



I cts. 



213,485 67 



4, 

2, 

3, 

4, 

2, 

20, 



900 00 

391 65- 

000 00 

000 00 
500 00 
000 00 



2,000 00 



5, 

7, 

6, 
6, 
3, 

5, 
2, 



914 83 
413 54 

000 00 
000 00 
000 00 

500 00 
852 31 



288,958 00 



401,722 28 

145,241 00 

231,029 42 

1S8.35S 25 

16,793 23 

75,616 44 

95,065 65 



1,124,708 21 
13,828 13 
10,221 72 

4.067 97 



1,152,826 03 



cts. 



1,768,757 27 



1.154.426 27 



HI 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



55 



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EXPENDITURE, 1915-16— Continued. 



Service. 



Brought forward 

Ocean and River Service — Concluded. 



Registration of shipping. 

Removal of obstructions in navigable waters 

Winter* mail service 

Inspection of live stock shipment .•■„■■• 

To continue subsidy for wrecking plants — Quebec, Maritime 

Provinces, and British Columbia 

Unforeseen expenses 



Lighthouse and Coast Service. 



Agencies, rents and contingenceies 

Salaries and allowances to light keepers 

Maintenance and repairs to lighthouses 

Construction of lighthouses and aids to navigation, including 
apparatus, submarine signals, and providing suitable 
boats for carrying on construction work 

Signal Service 

Administration of pilotage and maintenance and repairs to 
steamer Eureka 

Maintenace and repairs to wharfs. . .- 

To provide for breaking ice in Thunder Bay and Lake Super- 
ior and other points deemed advisable for the good of 
navigation 

Repairs to Maritime Roads 

Amount required to pay $300 per annum to the following 
retired pilots: — Ls. R. Demers, Theodule Lachance, 
Charles Brown, Jos. Lapointe, Nestor Lachance, Paul 
Gobeil, Barthclemi Lachance, Alphonse Asselin, Chas. 
Normand, Napoleon Rioux, Elzear Desrosiers, Hubert 
Raymond, Onesime Larochelle, Arbel Bernier, Laurent 
Godbout, Adelme Pouliot, Edmond Larochelle, L. E. 
Morin, A. I. Simard, Jos. Plante, Victor Vezina, J. G. 
Dupil, Raymond Baquet, Alfred Larochelle 

To provide for telephones at different points throughout the 
Dominion in connection with aids to navigation 

Amount required to construct a steamer to replace the Seoul 

New vessel to replace the Maisonneuve 

Allowance to Harbour Master at Amherstburg for super- 
vision of lights and buoys on St. Claire river, the Detroit 
river, and Lake Erie, and other service for season ol 
navigation 1915 

Amount required to pay compassionate allowance to the 
widow of Second Officer Lachance of the C.G.S. Mont- 
magny, who was lost on the occasion of the sinking of 
that vessel 



Scientific Institutions. 

Department of the Interior. 

Astronomical Surveys — Investigations and demarcations of 
the exterior boundaries of Canada, the triangulation, 
levelling and topographic work of the Geodetic Survey 
of Canada, and the Astronomical work of the Depart- 
ment of the Interior, including the expenses of the Domin- 
. ion Astronomical Observatory at Ottawa and the branch 
therefrom at Saanich Hill, B.C., and $1,000 to W. F. 
King as International Boundary Commissioner 



Carried forward. 



cts. 



$ cts, 



1,152,826 03 



1,308 83 

1,108 77 

11,000 03 

2,426 12 

45,000 00 
247 74 



143,880 85 
449,961 05 
604,625 18 



564,664 65 
57,847 86 

41,580 29 
8,241 21 



30,600 00 
999 69 



8,558 33 

1 50 

14,377 30 

10,021 17 



400 00 



2,000 00 



2:9,805 04 



259,805 04 



$ cts. 



1,213,917 52 



1,937,759 08 



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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

7 GEORGE V, A. 1917 

EXPENDITURE, 1915-16— Continued. 



Service. 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



cts 



Brought forward 

Scientific Institutions — Concluded. 
Department of the Interior — Con. 

To provide for payments on account of the construction and 
installation of a large reflecting telescope for the 
Dominion Astronomical Observatory (Western Branch) 

Meteorological Service, including Magnetic Observatory, 
grants of $500 each to Kingston and Montreal Observa- 
tories; also allowance of $400 of L. F. Gorman, observer 
at Ottawa 



Marine Hospitals. 

Marine Hospitals, including grants to institutions assisting 

sailors 

Wrecked and distressed seamen 



Steamboat Inspection. 



Fisheries. 

Salaries and disbursements of Fishery Officers including the 
expenses of the Fisheries Advisory Board, and an allow- 
ance of $300 to W. J. E. Casey, secretary thereof 

Building fish ways and clearing rivers 

Legal and incidental expenses 

Canadian Fisheries Museum 

'Oyster culture : • - 

To assist in the establishment, maintenance and inspection 
of cold storage for bait, the conservation and develop- 
ment of deep sea fisheries, and to provide for better 
transportation facilities for fresh fish. 

To provide for the maintenance of experimental works for 
the reduction of dogfish • 

To pay Customs Officers for services in connection with 
issuing modus vivendi licenses 

To provide for the maintenance of a Fisheries Intelligence 
Bureau 

Fisheries Patrol Service 

To provide for an exhibit of fresh and cured food fish at the 
Toronto Annual Exhibition 

Salaries, building and maintenance of fish breeding estab 
lishments : . 

Inspection of canned and pickled fish 

To provide for the building of Fisheries Patrol boats. . . . . . . . 

To provide for a Fisheries Patrol steamer for Lake Winnipeg 

To provide for the removal of obstructions in the Fraser 
River, British Columbia 

To provide for an investigation into the fisheries of Hudson 
Bay 

To compensate Captain Peter Cailson for loss sustained 
owing to the seizure of his fishing vessel Thelma, the 
appeal against the conviction of the vessel having been 
allowed by the Supreme Court 

Marine Biological Board of Canada — to provide for the con- 
struction and maintenance of marine biological stations 
for investigations • 

Investigating claims for compensation under Pelagic Sealing 
Treaty 

Fishing Bounty 



259,805 04 



31,299 64 



172,389 74 



64,950 36 
1,790 44 



247,539 58 
5,205 55 
1,138 98 
6,646 80 
4,470 95 



89,459 10 

32,137 86 

439 65 

4,618 64 
153,933 97 

10,928 97 

275,079 38 
12,327 75 
21,423 10 
49,212 81 

7,007 83 

442 17 



4,500 00 



26,000 00 

4,049 15 
158,741 05 



403,594 42 



66,740 SO 



64,884 01 



1.115,303 2D 






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EXPENDITURE, 1915-16— Continued. 



Services. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


% cts. 


Subsidies to Provinces. 
Ontario 




2,396,378 88 

1,969,630 28 

636,666 86 

637,976 16 

1,406,204 16 

723, 135 06 

381,931 88 

1,589,075 00 

1,710,675 00 




Quebec . . 






Nova Scotia 






New Brunswick . 






Manitoba 






British Columbia 






Prince Edward Island 






Alberta. . 




















130,298 89 

315,511 81 

16,976 63 


11,451,673 28 


Mines and Geological Survey. 




















462,787 33 




34,958 40 

13,413 45 

232 00 

8,137 73 


Labour. 

Conciliation and Labour Act, including publication, printing, 
binding and distribution of the Labour Gazette, and 
allowance to correspondents and for clerical assistance in 




Industrial Disputes Investigation Act 






Industrial Training and Technical Education 






Inspection of railway construction, etc 










56,741 58 


Indians. 
Ontario and Quebec 


105,923 26 

28,599 19 

16,283 56 

2,919 95 

558,287 18 

222,201 30 

17,734 86 

911,377 89 

117,457 29 

209,549 00 


Nova Scotia 






New Brunswick 






Prince Edward Island 






Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and Northwest Territory. 






British Columbia 






Yukon 






Indian Education 






Ger er.il 






Annuities 










2,190,333 48 






Royal Northwest Mounted Police 


1,395,022 45 








Government of the Northwest Territories 


5,232 08 








Government of the Yukon Territory 


344,575 39 






454,516 60 

266, 193 02 

1,043,158 57 

2,385 13 
125 00 


Dominion Lands and Parks. 
Salaries of the Outside Service 




Contingencies, advertising, etc 




> 


Surveys, examination of survey returns, printing of plans, etc. 






Amount required to pay the fees of the Board of Examiners 
for D. L. Surveyors, of the Secretary and of the Sub- 
examiner and-for travelling expenses, stationery, printing, 
rent of rooms and furniture, etc. (The fees of Mr. E. 
Deville, W. F. King, and Otto J. Klotz, members of the 
Board, and J. A. Cote, Secretary, are to be paid out of 
this sum 






To assist in publishing the transactions of the Association of 
Dominion Land Surveyors