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SESSIONAL PAPERS 



VOLUME 3 



THIRD SESSION OF THE TWELFTH PARLIAMENT 



OF THK 



DOMINION OF CANADA 



SESSION 1914: 




VOLUME XLVIII. 



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Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers. 



A. 1914 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX 



TO THE 



SESSIONAL PAPERS 



OF THE 



PARLIAMENT OF CANADA 



THIED SESSION, TWELFTH PAELIAMENT, 1914. 



Auditor General for year ended March 
31, 1913, Vol. I, Pts. A to J ; Vol. 
II, Pts. K to U, and Vol. Ill, Pts. 
V to Y 1 

Agriculture, Report of Minister of, 

ended March 31, 1914 15 

Agriculture, Dept. of ; number of lec- 
turer.s, inspectors, &c., belonging to, 
in Province of Nova Scotia, &c. . . . 253 

Agriculture, Dept. of ; correspondence 
with re importation of pure bred ani- 
mals into Canada 260 

Agricultural Instruction Act : copy of 
all arrangements between Govt, and 
Provinces under 298 

Aldershot Camp, N.S., re supply of ice 

for season of 1914, &c 256a 

Aldershot Camp, N.S., accounts re sup- 
plies for suminer and autumn drill 
at, 1913 256 

Antigonish Harbour, correspondence re 

dredging of, &c : 232r 

Antigonish Co., N.S., Blue Rock Break- 
water in, reexpenditures on in 1913, 
&c 232V 

Archives : Documents re Constitutional 

History of Canada. 1791-181S. &c.. 29c 

Arichat, N.S., re Public Building at, 

expenditures on, &c 232(2m) 

Armstrong, David, mail carrier of 

city of Sherbrooke, re dismissal, &c. 70(2") 

Asiatics : Immigration of, &c., in re- 
lation to O. in C. passed Dec. 19, 
1913, restricting such into B.C. . . 261 

Appointments : — 

Of the Moosejaw Post Office em- 
ployees, salary, &c 77 

Of Mr. Pierre Cournoyer, Postmas- 
ter at St. Pierre de Sorel, County 
of Richelieu, &c 77a 

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Appointments : — Continued. 

Of Public Officers in city of Quebec, 
Depts. of Inland Revenue, Rys., 
Custom.s, Immigration, Marine, &c., 
since Oct. 1, 1911, to April 14, 
1913 ; names, duties, &c 77& 

H. P. Duchemin re copy of instruc- 
tions issued to, on appt. as Com- 
missioner in N.S., &c 77e 

Of Train or Ticket Agents on I.C.Ry. 
and P.E.I.Ry., amts. rec'd, re- 
sults, &c *.. .. 77c 

Of J. G. H. Bergeron as Commis- 
snoner ; date of, number of inves- 
tigations held, &c 77<t 

Of P. Roy as Postmaster of St. Phil- 

lipe de Nery, Province of Quebec^ 77/ 

Of Mr. J. G. H. Bergeron as Com- 
missioner, &c 77 g 

Of Mr. T. J. Oliver, of Humboldt, 
Sask., to present position ; also 
appt. of successor at llh 

Of successor to W. S. McKechnie, 
Dom. Lands Agent, Prince Albert, 
Sask, &c 77* 

Of Jos. Lemitux, Pos master at Mont 

Louis, County of Gaspe, &c. . .. 77J 

Of successor to C. A. R. Desjardins, 
Postmaster at St. Andre de Ka- 
mouraska, &c 78 

Of for year 1913, of Captains, first 
and second Engineers for Dredges 
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11, 
Dept. of Marine, below Montreal : 
Appointment of Captains and En- 
gineers for 1913 for Tugs ' Car- 
melia,' ' Chambly.' ' Contrecceur,' 
' De Levis,' ' Emilia,' ' Iberville,' 
' Jas. Howden,' ' Jesse Hume,' &c. 77* 



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A. 1914 



A 

Of number of additional employees 
added to Customs Dept., city of 

Halifax, since Oct. 10, 1911.. lH 

Of correspondence re appt. of Care- 
takers of Post Office at Rigaud, 
&c 77"» 

Of Morrison, Allan, St. Peter's, N.S., 
Inspector of dwellings in Gregory- 
Island, N.S., 1912-1913 77n 

Of names, length of .'■ervice of all 
employees, Dept. Interior, in out- 
side service since Jan. 1, 1912, to 
Dec. 31, 1913 770 

Of number of appointments made in 
Customs at Montreal since Oct. 1, 
1911, names, salaries, &c 77p 

Of number of Engineers, Asst. En- 
gineers. Clerks. Divers, Dept. of 
Public "Works, in Co. Bonaventure, 
since Oct. 1, 1911 77g 

Of showing whether Louis P. Thi- 
bault, Alphonse Poirier, J. A. 
Morin, C. F. Rioux, and others, 
were appointed by Postmaster 
General 77»' 

Of correspondence re appointment of 
present Collector of Customs at 
Antigonish 77s 

OC correspondenec re appointment of 
present Collector of Customs at 
Antigonish 77f 



B 

Belanger, Capt. of Stmr. ' Eureka ' ; 
cori-espondence between, and Dept. 
Marine and Fisheries, year 1912 . . 249 

Binders, Reapers, Mowers, &c., export- 
er! to Canada, values, &c., in 1910, 
1911, 1912, 1913 184 

Bonaventure Co., Que., expenditure in- 
curred .since Oct. 1, 1911, re investi- 
gations held in 93c 

Boring Mill at Lethbridge, Alta., cor- 
re'^pondence in Dept. of Customs re- 
lating to 213 

Banks. Shareholders in Chartered, of 
the Dominiion of Canada, to Dec. 31, 
1913 6 

Banks, unclaimrd balances, &c., in . . 7 

Barre, Etienne, Trudeau, Jos., of muni- 
cipality of Chanibly Basin, re peti- 
tion of, to Minister of Justice. . . . 214 

Bergeron, J. G. H., Inquiring Commis- 
sioner — Report made by, re Dr. J. 
D. Pagg, Quebec, year 1913 60 

Bergeron, .1. G. H., return showing date 
of appointment, salary, travelling 
expenses, number of investigations, 
&c 77rt 

Bertrand, Mrs. C. F., Dionne, ArhtS- 
mise, re purchase of land from, con- 
nection with works, &c 232J/ 

Boards of Conciliation, Report of for 

year 1913 36a 

Bonds anl Securities, Statement of all 

since Dec, 1912 39 

Bonaventure Co., Que., Expenditure of 
public moneys in, since Oct., 1911, to 
Feb.. 1914 232(2s) 

Blais, M. C, Documents re resignation 
from Govt, yards at St. Joseph de 
Sorel, and appointment of successor. 146 



Bourinot, John C, Seizures made by, 
as Preventive Officer and Collector 
of at Port Hawkesbury, N.S., &c. .. 

Bourinot, John C, Return re telegrams, 
letters, &c., received or sent to, by 
Dept. Customs, during years 1895- 
6-7 

Boutillier's Island, Lunenburg Co., 
N.S., correspondence re tenders, ac- 
counts, &c., connected with 

Branch Lines of Ry. of I.C.Ry. re con- 
struction of into Co. of Guysbor- 
ough. &c 

Branch Lines Ry. of I.C.Ry re docu- 
ments respecting qucst:on of acquir- 
ing any or all of, also running rights 
over I.C.Ry 

Branch Lines of Ry. of I.C.R., Orange- 
dale to Cheticamp, in Inverness Co., 
N.S., Documents referring to 

Bruce, .las., re all documents connected 
with entry and cancellation of home- 
stead entry of ■ • • • 

British Columbia, Indian Lands in, in- 
quiry of N. W. White during 1912- 
1913 as Commissioner 

Breakwater at Green Point, Glouces- 
ter Co., N.B., re construction of a.. . 

Breakwater at Goulman's Point, Guys- 
borough Co., N.S., correspondence 
re 

Breakwater at Blue Rock, Antigonish, 
N.S • 

Breakwater at Meat Cove, N.S., &c. 

" ^~\ White Point. N.S., &c. 

Mill's Harbour, N.S., 

&c 

McLeod's, Ingonish, 

&r- 

Brpton Cove, N.S. . . 

Little Bras d'Or. N.S. 

Cape Dauphin, N.S... 

Point Anconi, N.S.. 

.Tamesville. N.S 

at the Graff, Halifax, 

N.S 

Bhwagan Singh, a Sikh Priest, cor- 
respondence re the deportation of, 
&c 



49a 

49 
168 
86a 

117 

117C 

llOe 

130 
165 

232/ 
232u 



271 



232(25) 
267 



Campbell, .Tohn, and Albert E. Milli- 
gan correspondence re expropriation 
of 'lands of 232(2fc) 

Canadian National Bureau of Breed- 
ing, Ltd., date of incorporation of. 
names, &c., of members of 289 

Chateauguay River, re damming of, 

number of employees on. wages. &c. 2329 

Coal lands situated in 28-19, 27-18, 
27-17 and 28-18, west of the Fourth 
Meridian 110< 

Coal in Canada, Report of Conservation 

Commission on conservation of . . . . 210a 

Customs, Report of Department of, 

year ended March 31, 1913 11 

Canadian Northern Railway Co. : — 
No. 1. Copy of trust deed, date 30th 
June, 1903, between, and British 
Empire Trust Co, &c 269 



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C 

No. 2. Copy of trust deed, date 6th 
May, 1910, between, and British Em- 
pire Trust Co., &c 260a 

No. 3. Copy of trust deed, date 19th 
Nov., 1913, between Mackenzie, 
Mann, Ltd., and British Empire 
Trust Co., &C 269& 

No. 4. Statement of floating liabilities 
of Ry. Co.s in general title of Cana- 
dian Northern Ry. System 269c 

No. 5. Statement of securities pledged 
as collateral to Temporary Loans of 
Canadian Northern Ry. System . . 269rt 

No. 6. Statement of Engineer's Esti- 
mate of cost of completing Cana- 
dian Northern Ry. System 269e 

Statement of Capital Stock authorized 
and issued of Companies set out in 
first schedule 269/ 

Approximate estimate of betterments 
for six years of Canadian Northern 
Ry. System 269<; 

Statement Vjearing on financing of 
Canadian Nortliern Ry. System to 
Dec. 31, 1913 269't 

Papers and Statements re Canadian 

Northern Ry. System, &c 269i 

Copy of trust deed dated Oct. 4, 1911, 
Canadian Northern Ry. to Guardian 
Trust Co., Limited, &c 269; 

List of Companies whose total stock is 
owned by Canadian Northern Ry. 
Co., &c 269/c 

Further Statements bearing on financ- 
ing of Canadian Northern Ry. Sys- 
tem 269< 

Correspondence, telegrams, &c., from 
Premiers of Provinces of N.S., B.C., 
Alberta and Sask. re matter of aid. 269m 

Copy of trust deed, Dec. 28, 1903, Lake 

Superior Terminals Co., Ltd., &c.. 269n 

Colonels, Honorary do, Lieut, do, re 
return showing number appointed by 
Minister of Militia since Oct. 11, to 
March 31, 1914 218 

Return re number of Honorary ap- 
pointments to Military rank made 
by Minister of Militia, &c 218rt 

Canal Statistics, season of Navigation, 

1913 20a 

Canadian Forestry Association, Com- 
munications made by, to the Govt., 
&c 45 

Canadian Pacific Railway Strikes, Re- 
turn re application for Board of 
Conciliation, &c 62 

Canadian Pacific Railway Coy, re 
lands sold by, year ended Oct. 1, 
1913 107 

Canadian Pacific Railway, Copy of all 
contracts with Dept. Rys. with re 
joint station at the Palais, Quebec 
city 1146 

Chesley, Village of, South Bruce, re 

installation of letter boxes in, &c. . . 209 

Civil Service Insurance Act, Statement 

re, for year ending March 31, 1913. 51 

Civil Service, Superannuation and Re- 
tiring Allowances in, during year 
ending Dec. 31, 1913, &c 52 

Civil Service, Inside, Number of per- 
sons appointed, not passing exams., 
held in May and November each 
year 104'' 

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C 

Civil Service, for each Dept. of Civii 
Service, names, salaries, &c., of em- 
ployees ; also names, &c., not in 
Service, employed in any Dept., since 
Oct. 10, 1911 ; also names removed 
from office, &c 104^7 

Civil Service, Number of Certificates 
asked from Civil Service Commission 
since March 31, 1913 ; number re- 
fused, and reason for, &c 104'» 

Civil Service, List for 1913 30 

Civil Service Commission, Report of, 

for year 1913 31 

Commissioners appointed by Govt, 
since Oct. 10, 1911, Number of; 
names, amount paid, number still 
under pay 115 

Commissions created since Oct. 10, 
1911, Return asking for copy of; 
copy of evidence tal<en. report. &c., 9ia 

Commissions created since Oct. 12, 
1911, Names and members of, pur- 
poses, salaries, &c 91 

Country Harbour, Guysborough, Co., 
N.S., Survey of line of Ry. from, to 
Cape George, N.S 86 

Conference of Representatives of the 
Provinces held Oct., 1913, Minutes 
of &c 119a 

Criminal Statistics, year ended Sept. 

30, 1912 (Appendix to Report of 
Minister of Trade and Commerce for 
year 1912) 17 

Cruiser, D.G.. 'Margaret,' re the build- 
ing of ; contract price, names of 
tenderers, &c 215 

Criminals released from parole from 
Penitentiaries, &c., year ended Mar. 

31, 1913, &c 274 

(^ar Ferry Service between Mainland 

and P. E. Island, Correspondence, 

&c., re 1210 

Canadian Contracting Coy, showing 
names of promoters and powers 
given to Company, by letters patent. 194 

Cape Breton Railway, re purchasing of 
by Govt., and building line fi'oin St. 
Peter's to Sydney and Louisbourg. 171 

I 'anal, Soulanges, Names of employees 

on, salary, date of hiring, &c. . . . 127 

Central Ry. Co. of Canada, re applica- 
tion of, for change of route, to 
Dept. of Rys. and Canals 82 

Central Ry. Co. of Canada, Annual 

Report by, to the Railway Dept... 136 

;!imon, Hon. Mr. Justice, re amount of 
money received by, from 1890 to 
1913, during time of connection with 
Kamouraska 280 

Chartered Banks in Canada in liqui- 
dation since Confederation, Number 
of; date in each case, &c 183 

Citizens of the United States, how 
many employed by Govt, since Nov. 
1, 1911 94 

'"hemical Manure, re report- of Geo. 
Lafontaine respecting manufactur- 
ing of. during fiscal year 223 

Chinamen, Number of entering Can- 
ada in years 1911, 1912 and 1913. . . 196 

■"olpitts, Gustavus A., re detention at 
Rimouski on steamship in Sept., 
1911, by oflicers of Govt, &c. . .. 195 



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C 

Combines Investigation Act, Board 
appt. under, to investigate United 
Shoe Machinery Co., Report 154 

Commissions, re each issued by Govt, 
since Oct. 10, 1911 ; Copy of Evi- 
dence, &c 91& 

Commissions formed by Govt, since 
Oct., 1911 ; names, occupations of 
Commissioners, &c 9ic 

Commission for purpose of beautify- 
ing Ottawa city and vicinity, Cor- 
respondence re, &c 91d 

Commissions created by legislation or 
Orders in Council since Oct. 12, 

1911. Members of, &c 9le 

Commission of N. W. White to inquire 

into Indian Lands in British Colum- 
bia 136 

Commission to investigate the cost of 
living, copy of O.C. appointing same. 132 

Commissions appointed under Inquir- 
ies Act ; number of since Oct. 1, 
1911 ; names of Commissioners, &c. 91/ 

Constitutional History of Canada, 1791- 

1818, Documents re. &c 29c 

Coteau Landing, Names of wharfing- 
ers at ; number of vessels moored 
at, &c 250 

Customs Tariff Act, &c.. Correspond- 
ence re temporary suspension of, re 
wire rods, &c 116 

Customs Act, Copy of Orders in Coun- 
cil since June, 1914, altering rates 
of duties existing under, &c 156 

Customs Building in Village of Ches- 

ley, South Bruce, Documents re, &c. 232 (2'0 

D 

Dairy and Cold Storage, Report of 
Commissioner of, for year ending 
March 31, 1913 15rt 

Distilled Water, &c., Amount paid for, 
in Ottawa by Govt, since Jan. 1, 

1912. to March 1, 1914, also cost per 

day 247 

Dominion Lands, Order in Council re, 
between Oct., 1912, and Nov. 30, 

1913. Forest Resfrves Park Act. ... 110 
Dominion Lands, Orders in Council re, 

between Oct. 1, 1912, and Nov. 30, 

1913 HOC 

Dominion Lands Regulations re dis- 
position of, from Oct., 1911, to Jan., 
1912, &c 43 

Dominion T'olice Force, Average num- 
ber of men employed on ; travelling 
expenses. &c 112 

Dorchester Penitentiary, re vacancy of 
Deputy Warden, and appt. of succes- 
sor to Mr. A. B. Pipes, &c 174 

Dredging operations in British Colum- 
bia 101 

Dredging nt Bathurst Harbour, N.B., 
relating to, done on bar, seasons of 
1010,1911,1912,1913 170 

Dredging at Bathurst Harbour, N.B., 
re all tenders for, and contracts 
awarded 170o 

Dredging at Bathurst Harbour, N.B., 
Correspondence re deposit of sand, 
&c., dumped into S.W. channel.. .. 1796 

Dredging at Bonaventure River, all 

documents, &c., connected with.. .. 232e 



D 

Dredging, Nova Scotia Dredging Co., 
re dredging performed by, or other 
companies, at Jeddore, N.S 232i 

Dredging in Harbour of St. John. N.B., 
or tributaries, Number of firms or 
persons engaged in, since Oct. 1, 
1911 232n 

Dredging in Harbour and River, St. 
John, N.B., Number of tug boats en- 
gaged in connection with, since 
Sept. 21, 1911 232P 

Dredging of Des Prairies River, all 

documents re, &c 232(2a) 

Dredging operations carried on in 

Bonaventure Co. in 1913 232(2f;) 

Dredging operations at Port Elgin, 

N.B., all documents relating to, &c. 232(2p) 

Dredging, Surrender of contract for, in 
Miramichi Bay, N.B., by A. & R. 
Loggie 232 (2t) 

Dry-Dock, Specifications, tenders. &c., 

re proposed, at Lauzon, Que 232d 

' Destructive Insect and Pest Act,' 

Regulations under 65 

Desjardins, C. A. R., Postmaster at 
St. Andr$ de Kamouraska, re resig- 
nation of. &c '^8 

Demers, Eugene, and Jos. Olivier, 

Claims of, against the I.C.Ry, &c. . 85b 

Deputy :Ministers, Number of em- 
ployees under each, &c., also salary 
of Customs Commissioner &c.. .. 104i 

Dog-Fi.sh Reduction Works at Clark's 
Harbour, N.S., Cost of maintenance, 
receipts>&c., years 1910, 1911. 1912. 67 

Duties, Remission and refund of, un- 
der section 92, Audit Act 66 

Dubisson. Arthur, re employment of, as 
Immigration Agent at Gravelburg, 
Sask 77" 

Duchemin, H. P.. Return re date of 
appointment, number of investiga- 
tvons held since, &c 93/ 

Duchemin. H. P., Return re expendi- 
tures by I.C.Ry. in connection with 
inquiries held by 33^ 

Dismissals : — 

Return re di-'-'missal of Horace Rin- 
dress. Quarantine Medical Officer, 
North Sydney, N.S 44 

Return re dismissal of A. T. Dou- 
cett. Postmaster and Collector of 
Customs at Salmon River, Digby 
Co., N.S 44a 

Return re dismissal of Alex. Bour- 
que. Storm Signal Agent at Bona- 
venture, Que 44& 

Return re dismissal of Patk. Con- 
way, I.,ightkeeper, White Head Is- 
land, N.S 44c 

Return re dismissal of Capt. Wm. 
Smith, Coxswain, Lifeboat at Shel- 
burne, Co., N.S 44o 

Return re dismissal from Public 
Offices, Co. of Kings, N.S., since 
Oct. 11, 1911 44c 

Return re dismissal of .Jos. E. A. 
Ijandry, Lighthouse keeper, St. 
Omer, Que., Copy of charges 
against 44/ 

Return re dismissal of Colin Mc- 
Isaac, Preventive Officer at Port 
Hood, N.S 4ig 



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D 

Return re dismissal of Mr. Peslia, 

Postmaster at Kent Bridge, Ont. 44ft 
Return re dismissal of John F. 
Reeves, Postmaster at Mulgrave, 
N.S 44f 

Return re dismissal of Havelocl? Mc- 
Leod, Postmaster at Big Intervale, 
Inverness Co., N.S 44/ 

Return re dismissal of S. Tjapointe, 
Postmaster, St. Kloi, T6miscouata 
Co., Que 44fc 

Return re dismissal of \Vm. Bow, 
Postmaster at Winchester Village, 
Dundas Co., Ont 44J 

Return re dismissal of Mrs. Ellen 
O'Neill, Postmistress at O'Neill's 
P.O., Westmorland Co., N.B . . . . 44m 

Return re dismissal of Alex. Labil- 

lois, Postmaster at Miguasha. . . 44n 

Return re dismissal of Madame Z. 
Narcotte, Postmistress, Nouvelle 
West, Bonaventure Co., Que. . . . 44o 

Return re dismissal of Jos. Venault, 
Postmaster at Guay, Co. of Levis, 
Que 44P 

Return re dismissal of Postmaster 
at Osage, Saslc, and appointment 
of successor, &c 44g 

Return re dismissal of Geo. Taylor, 

Postmaster at Bickerton, N.S . . 44r 
Return re dismissal of Mile Paul- 
hus. Postmistress, Point St. Vic- 
toire. Que 48s 

Return re dismissal of Perker S. 
Hartt. Postmaster at South Man- 
chester, N.S 44f 

Return re dismissal of Chas. L. 
Gass, Postmaster at Bayfield, N.S., 
also copy of evidence, &c 44w 

Return re dismissal of Madame Bel- 
zil, Postmistress at St. Octave, 
Co. of Rimouski, Que 44v 

Return re dismissal of John McDon- 
nell, Postmaster at Essex, Inver- 
ness Co., N.S iito 

Return re Jas. Bain, Postmaster of 

Ninga P.O., Ninga Manitoba.. .. 44a; 

Return re dismissal of Wm. McKin- 
non. Postmaster at Erinville, 
Guysborough, N.S 443/ 

Return re dismissal of J. N. Clou- 
tier, Postmaster at St. Benoit 
Lake, Beauce Co., Que 44s 

Return re dismissal, of Mrs. Weave, 
Postmistress at Coal Creek, 
Queen.'s Co., N.B 44(2a) 

Return re dismissal of Postmasters 
in Bonaventure Co., by present 
Government, &c 44(26) 

Return re dismissal of Alex. Eraser, 
Postmaster at Eraser's Grant, An- 
tigonish Co., N.S 44(2c) 

Return re dismissal of all public ofR- 
cers by present Government in 
the district of Portneuf, &c. . .. 44(2at) 

Return re dismissal of the Postmast- 

ters in Co. of Two Mountains, &c. 44 (2e) 

Return re dism's=;al of Thos. Chalm- 
ers McLean, Postmaster at Ivera, 
North Cape Breton and Victoria, 
N.S 44(2/) 

Return re dismissal of C. P. Blan- 

chard, Posmaster at Truro, N.S. 44 (2f/) 



D 

Return re dismissal of Samuel At- 
wood, Atwood's Brook, Shelburne 
Co., N.S 44 (2ft) 

Return re dismissal of Postmasters 
in Co. of Berthier, since 21st Sep- 
tember, 1911, &c 44(2i) 

Return re dismissal of Wilfrid Pelle- 
marre. Postmaster at Hervey 
Junction, County of Portneuf .. 44(2i) 

Return re dismissal of Rufus D. Cor- 
rigan. Postmaster at Sand Point, 
Guysborough Co., N.S 44(2fc) 

Return re dismissal of Daniel Dun- 
lop, Postmaster at New Campbell- 
ton, North Cape Breton, N.S.. .. 44(20 

Return re dismissal of Duncan Cam- 
eron, Postmaster, Craigmore, In- 
verness Co., N.S 44 (2m) 

Return re dismissal of Angus Cam- 
eron, Postmaster at Eairlight, 
Sask 44 (2n) 

Return re dismissal of M. Sauriol, 
Postmaster, Port Janvier, Co. of 
Terrebonne 44 (2o) 

Return rr dismissal of Donald John- 
ston, Postmaster, Leltche's Creek ; 
changes made in names of 
Leitche's Creek, &c 44 (2p) 

Return re dismissal of Jas. McLees, 
Postmaster at Bishop's Mills, 
Grenville Co., Ont, &c 44(2g) 

Return re dismissal of Mrs Sara C. 
Rankin. Postmistress at S. W. 
Ridge, Mabou, N.S 44(2r) 

Return re number of dismissals 
from public service in County of 
Cumberland, N.S., from June 23, 
1S96, to September 21, 1911, &c. . 44(2s) 

Return re dismissal of all employees 
in Co. of Three Rivers, and St. 
Maurice, since Oct. 15, 1911, to 
April, 1913 44(20 

Retui-n re number of dismissals by 
present Govt, in constituency of 
Regina, up to Dec. 10, 1912.. .. 44(2m) 

Return re dismissal of all public ofH- 
cers by present Govt, in Co. of 
Kamouraska, names, duties, &c. 44 (2u) 

Return re dismissal of all public offi- 
cers by present Govt, in Co. of 
Prince, P.E.I. , up to Feb. 10, 
1913, &c 44(210) 

Return re dismissal of all public offi- 
cers by present Govt, in Strath- 
cona Riding, to Dec. 10, 1912.. 44(2a?) 

Return re dismissal of all public offi- 
cers by present Govt, in Saltcoats 
Riding, to Dec. 10, 1912 44(22/) 

Return re dismissal of all public offi- 
cers by present Govt, in Co. of 
Champlain since Oct. 15, 1911, to 
April, 1913 44(23) 

Return re dismissal of all public offi- 
cers by present Govt, in Co. of 
Cumberland. N.S., since Oct. 11, 
1911, to March 3. 1913 44(3rt) 

Return re dismissal of all public offi- 
cers by present Gcvt. in Co. of 
Westmorland. N.B., since Oct. 
1911, to Feb. 3, 1913 44(36) 

Return re dismissal of all public offi- 
cers by present Govt, in Co. of 
Annapolis. N.S., since Oct., 1911, 
to Mar. 3, 1913 44 (3c) 



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Return re dismissal of all public offi- 
cers by present Govt, in Co. of 
Nicolet, since Oct., 1911, to April 

28, 1913 44(3d) 

Return re dismissal of all public offi- 
cers in constituency of Victoria, 
Alta., to 29th Jan., 1913, &c. . .. 44(3e) 
Return re dismissal of all public offi- 
cers by present (lovt. in Co. of 
Shelburne and Queens, N.S. . .. 44(3/) 
Return re number of Postmasters 
dismissed in County of Antigon- 

ish, N.S 44(3or) 

Return re dismissal of Dr. Freeman 
O'Neill, Port Physician, Louis- 
burg, C.B., N.S 44(3/1) 

Return' re dismissal from public offi- 
ces bv present Govt, in County of 
Diebv, N.S., since Oct. 11, 1911. 

to Mar. 3. 1913 44 (3i) 

Return re dismissals from public 
offices by prrsont Govt, in Co. of 
Queens-Shelburne, N.S., since Oct. 

11, 1911. to date 44(3j) 

Return re dismissals from public 
offices by present Govt, in city of 
Quebec. Dept. of Rys. and Canals 

and others 44(3^> 

Return re dismissals from public 
offices by present Govt, in Co. of 

L'Assomption, Que., &c 44(30 

Return re dismissals from public 
oflices by present Govt, from each 
Dept., names, P.O. address, since 

Oct. 11, 1911 44(3m) 

Return re dismissals from public 
offices by present Govt, in Co. of 
Digbv, N.S., since Oct. 11, 1911, 

to Mar. 3. 1913 . - . 44 (3n) 

Return re dismissal of Phileas Ha- 
bel, Lightkeeper, St. Louis de Lot- 
binere. Co. of Lotbiniere, Que... 44(3o) 
Return re dismis.sal of Fishery Over- 
seer Migneault at Seven Islands, 
and appt. of Elzear Levesque .. 44(3P) 
Return re dismissals from public 
offices by present Govt, in Co. of 
Maslsinonge since Oct. 11, 1911, to 

April 28, 1913 44(3qf) 

Return re dismis.sals from public 
offices by present Govt, in Co. of 
Kings, N.S., since Oct. 11, 1911, to 

Mar.. 1913 44(3r) 

Return re dismissals from public 
offices by pre.=ent Govt, in Co. of 
Colchester. N.S., since Oct. 11, 

1911, to Mar. 3, 1913 44(3s) 

Return re dismissals from public 
offices bv present Govt, in Co. of 
Hants. N.S., since Oct. 11, 1911, 

to Mar. 3. 1913 44(30 

Return re dismissal of Miss Kugenie 
Dorion from office of P. O. Inspec- 
tor, Quebec, &o 44(3m) 

Return re dismissal of Jas. R. Laing, 

Postmaster, Liscombe, N.S., &c, 44 (3v) 
Return re dismissal of A. L. Desfve, 
Officer in charge of Fish Hatch- 
ery, Magog. Que., &c 44(3t«) 

Return re dismissal of Jas. T. Rich- 
ard.son. Sub-Collector of Customs, 

Humboldt. Sask 44(3x) 

Return re dismissals from public 
offices in constituency of Regina, 
names, &c., to Dec. 10, 1912.. ., 44 (3l/) 



Return re dismissal of Mr. Hicks 
from Customs Service, Bridge- 
town, N.S., &c 44(3«) 

Return re dismissal of Ralph Har- 
ris, Sub-Collector of Customs at 

Pelee Is'nnd, Ont 44 (4a) 

Return re dismi-ssal of Aylmer Orton, 

Customs Officer at Windsor, Ont. 44 (4b) 
Return re dismissal of Fredk. Fors- 
ter, Sub-Collector of Customs, 

Kingsville. Ont 44(4c) 

Return re dismissal of Andrew Dar- 
ragh. Immigration Officer at 

Windsor, Ont., &c 44(4d) 

Return re dismissal of John Hal- 
stead, Immigration Officer at 

Windsor, Ont., &c 44(4e) 

Return re dismissal of Napoleon 
Daigle. Lightkeeper at Barre-il- 
Boulard, St. Louis de Lotbini§re, 

Que 44(4/) 

Return re dismissals from public 
offices by present Govt, in Co. of 
Cumberland, N.S., from June 23, 

1896, to Sept., 1911 44(4<7) 

Return re dismissal of Jas. H. Smart, 

Postmaster at Kingsville, Ont.. &c. 44(4/») 
Return re dismissal of John A. Roy, 
Postmaster at Maitland. Co. of 

Hants, N.S 44 (4i) 

Return re dismissal of Thomas Nel- 
son, Postmaster at Scotch Village, 

Co.' of Hants. N.S 44(4;) 

Return re dismissal of Albert Mc- 
Heffey, Postmaster, Shubenaca- 

die, N.S t .. .. 44(4A:) 

Return re dismissal of C. Stewart, 
McPhee, Postmaster at Enfield, 

Hants Co., N.S 44(40 

Return re dismissals from public 
offices by present Govt, in West- 
morland Co., N.B., since Feb. 1, 

1913, to Feb. 2, 1914 44(4m) 

Return re dismissal of D. Dishaw, 
employee of :Marine Shipyard at 

Prescott, Ont 44(4n) 

Return re dismissal of A. Michael 
Russell, caretaker drill hall, 

Windsor N.S 44(40) 

Return re dismissal of Mr. A. 
Goyette, Postmaster at St. Vale- 
rien de Milton. Shefford, Que., &c. 44 (4p) 
Iteturn relating to investigation re 
charges against P. D. Bourdage, 
Lightkeeper, Bonaventure Point, 

Que., &c 44(49) 

Return relating to investigation re 
charges against Louis Bujold, 
Lightkeeper, Carleton Pt., by W. 

S. Montgomery and others 44 (4r) 

Return re dismissal of Mr. Siiinbine, 
Caretaker Immigration Hall, Ed- 
monton, &c 44 (4s) 

Return re dismissal of Mr. Webster, 
Immigration Agent at Edmonton, 

&c 44(40 

Return re dismissal of Jacob Mohr, 
Interpreter at Immigration 

Agency, Edmonton 44(4u) 

Return re dismissal of P. Tompkins, 
Dominion Lands Agent at Gir- 
ounrd, &c., also name of succes- 
sor 44(4V) 



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A. lUU 



Feb. 3, 1914, also 



Arthur 



44(4w) 



44(4X) 



at 



Return re dismissals of Inland Rev- 
enue Dept., Bonaventure Co., since 
Jan. 1. 1913, to 
appointments 

Return re dismissal of Mr 

Dupuis, Postmaster at Pontbnand, 
Megantic Co., &c •• •■ 

Return re dismissal of Jos. Serguis 
Archambault. Postmaster of Town 
of Terrebonne, also appt. of sue- ^^^^^^ 

c€ssor . •• • ." 

Return re dismissal of Martin I.ani- 
gan Postmaster, Sexton, Co. of 
Kent, N.B., minutes of evidence ^^^^^^ 

Return 're' dismissal of Felix Ray- 
mond, Postmaster, Ste. Scholas- 

tique Village, Que 

Return re Sub-Lands Agency 

Gravelbourg, Saskatchewan . . • • 
Return re dismissal of all public offi- 
cials by present Govt, in Co. of 

Kings, N.S., &c • • 

Return re dismissal of Postmaster 
at Ainslie Green, Inverness Co., 
N.S., and appt. of successor.. .. 
Return re appointment of a Post- 
master at Upper Ohio, Shelburne 

Co., N.S., &c „ ■t' 

Return re dismissal of Jos. H. i-e- 
febvre, Postmaster. Howick Sta- 
tion, Chateauguay Co 

Return re dismissal of Postmaster at 
Alexander, Inverness 
appt. of successor, &c. . . . • 
Return re dismissal of N. H. 
Leod, N. East Margaree, N.S 
oial of Geological Survey, 
Return re dismissal of M. Barry 
from Marine Dept. at Prescott, 

Ont. . . ■ • 

Return re dismissal of W. Granton, 

Marine Dept. at Prescott, Ont. . . 

Return re dismissal of Postmaster 

at Fletwode, Sask., also changmg 

of said P.O • 44(oM 

Return r6 dismissal of all Postmast- 
ers and Postmistresses in the Co. 
of Westmorland, N.B., since Feb. 
1 1913, to Feb. 1, 1914, &c.. .. 44(.j/) 
Return re dismissal of Postmaster 

of St Henri de Lauzon, County _ ^ 

of Levis, &c ■■ ■■ 44(;3..i, 

re dismissal of Geo. Skates 
at Appin, Ont., &c. . 



Co., and 

Mc- 
offl- 
&c. . . 



44(50) 
44(51') 

44(5c) 

44(5d) 

44(5c) 

44(5/) 

45(0) 

44(5/1) 

44(50 
44(5J) 



Return 

Postmaster 



44(5M) 



44(5o> 



Return re dismissal of Geo. J. Ryan 
and Chas. Hamlin, Canadian Cus- 
toms Service, Newport, Vermont, 

u.s •• •• 

Return re dismissal of J- Shaver, 
employee of Marine Shipyard, 
Prescott, Ont 44(oP) 

Return re dismissal of R. Lunay, 
employee of Marine Shipyard, 
Prescott, Ont 44(5a) 

Return re dismissal of J. Slattery, 
employee of Marine Shipyard, 



Prescott, 
Return re 
employee 
Prescott, 
Return re 
employee 
Prescott, 



Ont 44(5r 

dismissal of J. TValsh, 

of Marine Shipyard, 

Ont 44(5.s) 

dismissal of W. Gerts, 

of Marine Shipyard, 
Ont 44(50 



44 (6d) 



44(66) 



Return re dismissal of D. Boivard, 
employee of Marine Shipyard, 

Prescott, Ont '^4(5"> 

Return re dismissal of G. Scott, em- 
ployee of Marine Shipyard, Pres- 

cott. Ont 44(&v> 

Return re dismissal of J. Offsprmg. 
employee of Marine Shipyard. 

Prescott, Ont *• 44 (ot") 

Return re dismissal of J. Hayes, em- 
ployee of Marine Shipyard, Pres- ^^^.^^ 

cott, Ont 44(.x) 

Return re dismissal of P. Belanger, 

employee of Marine Shipyard, ,,^_^,^ 

Prescott, Ont 'l'^^^^/) 

Return re dismissal of L. Place, em- 
ployee of Marine Shipyard, Pres- 

cott, Ont •• 44(D3> 

Return re dismissal of C. Kavanagh, 
employee of Marine Shipyard. 

Prescott, Ont *4<6a) 

Return re dismissal of J. Roche, 
employee of Marine Shipyard. 

Prescott, Ont •. • 44(6ft) 

Return re dismissal of J. Mclnnis, 
employee of Marine Shipyard, 

Prescott, Ont 44 (6C 

Return re dismissal of E. Scott, em- 
ployee of Marine Shipyard, Pres- 
cott, Ont • ■ : ■ : 

Kelurn re dismissal of C. Wright, 
employee of Marine Shipyard. 

Prescott, Ont 

Return re dismissal of L. Lalonde. 
employee of Marine Shipyard, 

Prescott, Ont •• •■ 44(6/) 

Return re dismissal of H. Birks, em- 
plovee of Marine Shipyard, Pres- 

cotl Ont '**(6^> 

Return re dismissal of W. Jarvis, 
employee of Marine Shipyard, 

Prescott, Ont ^4(6^) 

Return re dismissal of J. McDermott, 
employee of Marine Shipyard, 

Prescott, Ont 44(6t) 

Return re dismissal of Geo. L 
Brown. Lightkeeper, Prescott De- 

pot, Ont.. &c 44(6J) 

Return re dismissal of J. Lane, em- 
ployee Marine Shipyard, Prescott, 

Ont 

Return re dismissal of D. Perrin, em- 
ployee Marine Shipyard. Prescott. 

Ont 

Return re dismissal of J. A. Mundle. 
emplovee Marine Shipyard, Pres- 
cott, Ont 44(6m) 

Return re dismissal of Postmaster 
of Parish of St. Lambert. County 

of Lfevis. &c 44(6n) 

Return re dismissal of Postmasters 
in Bonaventure Co.. from Jan. 1. 

1913, to Feb. 1, 1914, &c 44(6o) 

Return re dismissal of Customs offi- 
cials in Bonaventure Co., from 
Jan. 1, 1913, to Feb. 1. 1914, &c. 44 (6P) 
Return re dismissal of Postmasters 

in Albert Co., N.B., since Oct. 1. ^^^^. 

1911, to Feb. 2, 1914 44(6«) 

Return re dismissal of public offi- 
cials by present Govt, in Queens. 
Shelburne, Oct. 11. 1911, to Mar., 
1913 



44(6fc) 



44(61) 



44(6r) 



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A. 1914 



Return re dismissal of public offi- 
cials by present Govt, in District 

of Kamouraska, &c 44(6.^ 

Ileturn re dismissal of W. H. Mc- 
Kechnie, Dominion Lands Agent, 

Prince Albert, Sask., &c 77i 

Return re names, salaries, &c., of 
persons removed from different 
Depts. since Oct. 10, 1911, &c... 104& 
Return re dismissal of Postmaster, 
Parish Notre Dame de Charny, 
Co. of Lfevis, Correspondence, &c., 

re 44(6t) 

Return re dismissal of Chas. S. M6- 
lanson, Postmaster of Corberrie, 

Digby Co., N.S 44(6M) 

Return re dismissal of Gordon Mc- 
Donald, Homestead Inspector, 

Grouard Land Agency, &c 44(6v) 

Return re dismissal of W. F. Slack, 
documents re suspension and re- 
instating of, &c 44(6to) 

Return re dismissal of Wm. Bru- 

nelle, Lightkeeper at Point a. Cit- 

rouille, Champlain Co., Que., &c., 44 (6x) 

Return re dismissal of Arthur Le- 

veque, Lightkeeper at Grosse Isle, 

Que., Documents re, &c 44(6y) 

Return re dismissal of L. Phillipe 
Carignan, Lightkeeper, Cham- 
plain, Co. of Champlain, &c.. .. 44(6^) 
Return re dismissal of Dominique 
Levesque, Lightkeeper at Riviere 
Quelle Wharf, Co. of Kamour- 
aska. &c.. 44(70) 

Return re nuinber of dismissals by 
Govt in Co. of Shefford, since 
Oct. 1, 1011, to Feb. 2, 1914, &c. 44(76) 
Return re dismissal of all public 
ollicers by present Govt, in Dis- 
trict of Portneuf, &c 44 (7c) 

Return re dismi.'-sal of Alex. W. Fin- 
layson, Lightkeeper, St. Esprit Is- 
land, Co. Richmond, N.S., &c. . 44(7ri) 
Return re dismissal of Lightkeeper 
of Cape Cove, County of Gaspe, 
investigation against, in 1911 .. 44 (7e) 
Return re dismissal of Dan. Cormier, 
officer in the Life Saving Station 

at Eastern Harbour, N.S 44(/) 

Return re dismissal of Ben. V. Wil- 
let, Lightkeeper at Point Duthie, 
Que., and appt. of successor .. 44 (7{/) 
Return re dismissal of Postmasters 
in the Co. of Levis since Sept., 
1911, number reinstated who were 

dismissed by late Govt 44(7ft) 

Return re dismissal of John A. Mc- 
Lellan, Lightkeeper at Fish Is- 
land, P.E.I 44 (7i) 

Return re dismissal of Thos. Le- 
Blanc, Postmaster of Allard, 

Bonaventure Co., &c 44(7/) 

Return re dismissal of Wm. E. Ehler, 
Lightkeeper, Queensport, N.S., e.K- 
penses re investigation, &c . . .. 44(7fc) 
Return re dismissal of Samuel Dick- 
son, Postmaster at Seaforth, Ont., 

re investigation held, &c 44(70 

Return re dismissal of Chas. Mc- 
pherson, Po.stmaster, North River- 
side, Guysborough Co., N.S., &c. . . 44(7'") 



D 

Return re dismissal of Christian Ij. 

Ehler, Postmaster at Queensport, 

N.S., appointment of successor, &c. 44(7") 

iteturn re dismissal of Christian L. 

Ehler, Postmaster at Queensport, 

&c 44(70) 

Keturn re dismii-sal of Jas. White, 
Postmaster at Sydney, B.C., re in- 
vestigation held, &c 44(7P) 

Return re dismissal of Postmaster 
at Mount St. Patrick, South Ren- 
frew ; change in location of Post 

Office in 44 (7</) 

Return re dismissal of Edwd. Dea, 
officer in charge of Lobster Hatch- 
ery, Port Daniel West, Que., &c. . 44 (7r) 
Return re dismissal of A. C. Cam- 
eron, Mail Contractor of Fairlight, 

Sask., correspondence re 44 (7s) 

Return re dismissal of Geo. F. 
Payne, Postmaster at Granby, 
Que., appt. of successor, &c. .. 44(70 
Return re dismissal of Postmasters 
in Co. of Portneuf, names of, num- 
ber of investigations, &c 44(7m) 

Return re dismissal of Postmaster 
at Havre Boucher, N.S., corre- 
spondence re, and appointment of 

successor.. 44 (7v) 

Return re dismissal of Wm. Camp- 
bell, Lightkeeper, wharf at New 
Richmond, and appt. of succes- 
sor «.. 44(7M7) 

Return re number of dismissals of 
public employees in Co. of West- 
morland, N.B., since Feb. 1, 1913, 

to Feb. 2, 1914 44 (7X) 

Return re number of dismissals from 
Dept. Marine and Fisheries from 
Dec. 5, 1912, to April 14, 1913 .. 44(71/) 
Return re dismissal of J. R. Deni- 
son. Postmaster of Richmond, 
Que., and appt. of successor.. .. 44(7^) 
Return re dismissal of Arthur B 
Caldwell, Asst. Inspector Weights 
and Measures, Dist. of Quebec. 44(8a) 
Return re dismissal of public offi- 
cials in Co. of Annapolis, N.S., 
since Oct. 11, 1911, to March 3, 

1913 44(86) 

Return re dismissal of public offi- 
cials in Prov. of P.E.I, by Govt., 
since Oct. 10, 1911, number of, 

&c 44(8c) 

Return re dismissal of Capt. .1. De- 
coste, Mate and Craneman on 
dredge No. 6, during season of 
1912 44(8rf) 

E 

l;]stimates of sums required, for year 

ending March 31, 1915 3 

Estimates, Supplementary, for year 

ending March 31, 1914 3i 

Estimates, Supplementary, for year 

ending March 31, 1915 4 

Elections, (Ji'nfral, &c.. Resume of, for 
1S96. 1900, 1904, 190S, 1911, and 
By-elections between July 11, 1896, 
and January 1, 1914 18 

Elections, By, &c., for House of Com- 
mons, for year 1913 18o 

Elmira Branch Ry., P.E.I. , Total cost 

of, &c 84 



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A. 1914 



13 



Employees of Depts. at Ottawa, and 
in all I'rovinces and Territories, in- 
side and outside service, who have 
left their employment since Oct. 1, 
1911, up to Jan. 10, 1912, names, 
&c 



104 
104a 
104& 
104C 



Exchequer Court of Canada, General 
Rules and Orders of, made on Sept. 
24 and Dec. 13, 1913 64 

Express Statistics of Canada, year 

ended June 30, 1913 20e 

Expenditure to June 4, 1913, by pre- 
sent Govt., into alleged partizan 
conduct of officials, &c 93a 

Experimental Farms, Report of Direc- 
tor and Onicers of year ending Mar. 
31, 1913 16 

Experimental Farm at Ste. Anne de la 
Pocatiere, Number of employees at, 
in years 1912, 1913, &c. . ■ 221 

Experimental, Farm in Prov. of Que- 
bec, Te purchase of horses, cattle, 
&c., during 1913, expenses, &c. . .. 297 

External Affairs, Report of 29e 

Edmonton Power Co., re lease of power 
on Saskatchewan River, at Rocky 
Rapids, Alberta, &c 80(J 



Flour and (Irain, Quantities of, ship- 
ped from Fort William to Port Ar- 
thur by vessel, 1912, &c 46 

Farm labourers and servants respec- 
tively, placed by Govt. Agents in 
1912, 1913; where placed, &c 182 

Falmouth, Township Dyke, Hants Co., 

Expenditures, pay-lists, &c., on.. 232Z 

Fair, Mrs. Marguerite, Postmistress of 
Blaclv Cape, Que., Copy of charges 
against, &c . . . . , 207 

Fairen, Frunlc, Evidence taken before 
Commissioner to inquire into charges 
at ainst, of partisanship 211 

Falardeau, A. O., and Falardeau, C. 
N., Document re withdrawal of ap- 
peal in case of, in Supreme Court. 238 

Fanners Bank, Corres'pondence re ap- 
pointing Sir Wm. Meredith, Commis- 
sioner ; letters re relief of share- 
holders, &c 272 

Ferry Service, Steam, between New 
Brunswick, Nova Scotia and P. E. 
Island, all correspondence apper- 
taining to tlie proposed, for all sea- 
sons of rlie year 121 

Ferry Service, Car, between Mainland 
and P. IC. Island, all documents, &c., 
re 121rt 

Fenian Raid Volunteer Bounty, Report 
of Board of Inquii'y re claims for 
Bounty in Province of Nova Scotia. 188 

Fenian Raid Volunteer Bounty, List of 
applicants in N.S. whose claims are 
approved list of, in N.S. not yet con- 
sidered, &c 188a 

Ferguson, John M., Correspondence re 
seizure of 11 horses belcn;.;:nf^ to, &c. 216 

Fisher, Ward, of Shelburne, N.S., In- 
spector, re amounts paid to, for sal- 
ary, expenses, &c., 1912-1913 .... 150 



P 

I'^ishery Hatchery at Port Daniel West, 
Rejjort of operation.^ at, for year 
1913 151 

Fishing Pond at Margaree, Corre- 
spondence re men apjiointed at, &c. 164 

Fish exported from Canada to United 
States, months of Oct., Nov. and 
Dec, 1913, and Jan., 1914, also 1912, 
1913 186 

I<'isli, Tr.'iiisportation of, from Mari- 
time Provinces to U.S., documents 
received by Dept. since Jan. 1, 1914, 264 

Forestry Association, Canadian, Do- 
cuments, re ij 

Fraser, Jos., re purchase of lands 
from, in connection with works at 
Cariboo Island, Pictou Co Z48 

Friar's Head Boat Harbour, re expen- 
diture of money at, by Simon P. 
Doucet, in 1912-13, and 1913-14 .. 232(2&) 

G 

Geographic Board, Report of 25<i 

Gold River, Lunenburg Co., N.S., Cor- 
respondence re tenders, contracts, 
&c., for wharf at 167 

Governor General's Wari-nnts issued 
since last session of Parliament on 
acct. 1913-14 50 

Government Public Buildings at L,unen- 

burg, N.S., re supply of coal for, &c. 169 

Government of Canada, showing cash 
on deposit to credit of, in last day 
of each month between April 1, 1913, 
and Dec. 31, 1913 ISO 

Government of Canada Loans placed 
by on London market in years 1912, 

1913 : date, copy of pro-spectus, 
price, &c 181 

Grazing Leases, Regulations re, of 

vacant Dominion Lands, &c 149 

Gravelburg, Immigration Hall at, do- 
cuments re, since Jan., 1912 232r 

Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Co. : — 
Copy of protests of, against changes 
in grades from Winnipeg east- 
ward, terminals at Quebec, &c. . 134 
Showing who were from incorpora- 
tion, and who are the officers and 
directors of, amt. of capital stock, 

&c 187 

Estimates of cost vc con.'^tri::-tion of 

Mountain Section of, &c 293 

Grain Commission, Copy of rules, re- 
gulations, &c., re hauling of grain, 
made by Commission to Marcli 2, 

1914 241 

Guysborough Co., N.S., re statement of 
salary and expenses of Commis- 
sioner Duchemin re investigations 
in 93d 

H 

Harbour Commissioners of Montreal, 
Documents re proposed Hdvances to, 

for 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917 157 

1 arbour Commissioners of Quebec, 
Iilemo. of proposed improvements for 

1914 out of advances to, <&c 158 

Tarbour Commissioners of Quebec, r^e 

construction by them of line of Ry. 
to connect Trans. Ry. with Union 
Station at the Palais 178 



9 



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A. 19U 



H 

Halifax Ocean Terminals, Names of 
owners from whom land has been 
expropriated for 172 

Halifax Ocean Terminals, construction 
of Ry. from Bedford Basin to Hali- 
fax Harbour, in connection with 
Terminals 172a 

Hantsijort, N.S., re erection of public 

building at 232(2/ 

Herald Publishing Co. of Halifax, re 
amounts paid by Govt, to, since 
Oct. 11, 1911 8le 

Hudson Bay Railway, re provisions, 
supplies forwarded to Port Nelson 
during 1013 by Govt, connection 
with Terminals at 201 

Hydrogiaphic Survey, 1911-1912 25/ 



Inland Revenue, Reports. Returns and 
Statistics for year ended March 31, 
1913 :— 

Part I — Excise 12 

" II — Inspection of Weights 

and Measures 13 

" III — Adulteration of Food.. 14 

Indian Reserve at Sydney, N.S., re 
sale and transfer of, and removal of 
Indians therefrom 19Sa 

Indian Titles, Report re presented to 
Superintendent General Indian Af-- 
fairs, Aug. 20, 1909 47 

Immigrants, Documents re mental, 
moral and physical inspection of all 
entering Canada : 228 

Interna! Economy Commission, Report 

of, for 1912-1913 109 

Interprovincial Conference, Copy of 
proceedings and resolutions adopted 
at last 119 

Interprovincial Conference, Minutes of 
proceedings in Conference of Repre- 
sentatives of 119o 

International Convention for safety of 

human life at sea. Copy of 129 

Imperial Naturalization, Correspond- 
ence between Imperial Govt, and 
Govt, of Canada Ill 

Imperial Naturalization, Documents re 
passing of an Act in Great Britain 
and Dominions providing for . . . . Ilia 

Indian Affairs, Report of 27 

Inspectors of Agents, Reports made 
by, re placing farm labourers, do- 
mestic servants, &c., in years 1912- 
13 290 

Industrial Disputes of, 1913, between 
operators and employees in Coal 
Mines on Vancouver Island, also be- 
fore or since 1913 147b 

International Conference on safety of 
life at Sea, O.C. appointing repre- 
sentatives of Canada on, &c 129« 

Indur;trial Di;?putcs of 1913, between 
operators and employees in Coal 
Minos on Vancouver Island, also be- 
fore or since 19iJ 147 

Irish, Pred. R., Postmaster at Afton, 
N.S., Correspondence re charges 
against..* 78a 

International Purity Congress, Report 
of Delegates appt. by Govt, of Can- 
ada to attend in November, 1913.. 281 



I 

Intercolonial Railway : — 

Return re amounts of receipts and 
expenditures on, during months 
of April, May and June, 1913, also 
same re corresponding months of 
1912 ; also working expenses, &c., 
for same periods 126 

Total revenue of, during fiscal year 
1912-1913, revenue east and west 
of Campbellton, N.B 126a 

Names of persons from whom land 
has been expropriated, in connec- 
tion with Dartmouth and Dean 
Settlement branch of 128 

Documents re claim for damages 
fiom fire in Village of Hopewell, 

Pictou Co., N.S 85C 

Electrical Branch at Moncton, con- 
duct of John W. Gaskin and 
others, cost of inquiry into, &c. . 93* 

Documents re loss of horse killed on 
Sept. 10, 1913, property of John 
Roy, of Amqui 152 

Re increase of freight on live stock 
cairied over; tariff of May 1, 
1913, compared tariff April, 1909. 153 

Agreement, Copy of, between Cana- 
dian Govt. Rys. and C.P.Ry. Co. 
re fi-eight and i)assengers between 
Halifax and St. John over I.C.Ry., 
making Halifax terminal port, &c. 155 

Re any arrangement between, and 
C.P.Ry. in 1913, re hauling C.P. 
freight and passenger transit be- 
tw^n St. John and Halifax . . . . 173 

Re local minimum rate of freight, 
small parcels on, prior to Oct. 10, 
1911, also present rate on same to 
Feb. 12, 1914 189 

Re jjapers, plans, &c., re shortening 
of distance between Pictou and 
I'ort Mulgrave and bridge connec- 
tion 197 

Rr purchase of quantity of coal for, 
in United .States within past few 
months 199 

Re time when I.C.Ry. called last for 
tenders for coal supply, also P.E.I. 
Ry. : number received, &c 199o 

Re freight rates on flour, hay, oats, 
lumber, &c., between Bathurst, 
N.B., and Nepisiguit Junction, and 
other places, &c 200 

Re purchase of i)roperty in Moncton 
owned by late P. S. Archibald, 
now occupied by General Supt. . . 202 

Supplementary re property in Monc- 
ton owned by late P. S. Archibald, 
now occupied by General Supt. . . 2020 

Freight rates under old tariff on 
fresh, dried and cured fish, molas- 
ses, &c., from Gloucester Jet. and 
Bathurst to St. John 203 

Copy of all documents, &c., re i)ro- 
posed diversion of, from Linwood 
Station, through Linwood, Cape 
Jack, &c 117<f 

Names of contractors, Szc, for 
double-tracking, from Chaudit^re 
Curve to St. Romuald, Que., from 
Nelson to D. Jvmr-tion, N.B.. .. 117e 

Re elimination of present grades, re- 
placing light bridges with heavier, 
and all reports thereon by F. P. 
Gutelius 117/ 



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A. 1914 



I 

Re total earnings on Division 3, in 
connection with passenger traffic, 
years 1910, 1911, 1912, 191S.. .. 126b 

lie purcliase of property in Monc- 
ton, N.B., formerly owned by late 
P. S. Archibald, &c 202b 

Re retirement of Amasa E. Killam, 

an official of 229 

Number of engineers employed at 
Moncton, and names of ; number 
of formerly in employ of C.P.R., 
&c 235 

Rules, regulations re employees on 

IC.R. and P.E.I.Ry 242 

All documents re refusal of Dept. to 
permit employees of Ry. to attend 
Militia Camp last year 270 

Bringing of, to ballast ground at 
Sydney, N.S., wharf at Sydney 
Mines, &c 271 

Number of passengers, tons of 
freight, total earnings, number of 
cars, &c., carried by C.P.Ry. over 
I.C.Ry. under agreement between 
said Rys., from Nov. 13. 1913, to 
March 31, 1914, &c 283 

Showing number of cars purchased 
in past six months, quantity, price, 

&c 199b 

Ice-breaker, Documents, &c., re con- 
struction of, by Canadian Vickers 
Co., of Montreal 301 

Immigration : — 

Reports re, made by C. P. McKin- 
non, F. A. McEchen, John A. Mc- 
Dougall, J. M. McDonald, Wm. 
Walkins, S. P. Fream and J. J. 
Walker, Special Agents, from 
Nova Scotia 244 

Names, duties, &c., of officials in 
both inside and outside services 
of, in 1911 and 1913 42 



Jackson, Mr. J. S., Correspondence, 
&c., re appt. of, Supt. of Govt. 
Shipyards at St. Joseph de Sore!. 69 

Judges, Nuinber of, retired since 18S0, 

names, salaries, reasons for, &c. . . 284 

Justice, Dept, of, Names of lawyers 
representing, in Dist. of Quebec 
since Sept. 21, 1911, &c 237 

Justice, Report of Minister of, for year 

ended March 31, 1913 34 



K 



Karluk, Documents containing all in- 
formation re charter, outfit, in- 
structions, &c., of the stmr. ... 191 

Kelly, Wm. J., all documents re im- 
prisonment and proposed libera- 
tion of, &c 302 

Kingsport Pier, Kings Co., N.S., re 
amount of money spent on, during 
year 1913 231 (2e) 

Kitsilano Indian Reserve, re purchase 
of, by Govt, from Province of 
British Columbia, &c 219 

Kraut Point Wharf, Lunenburg Co., 

N.S., re construction of, &c. . .. 231(2<J) 

11 



Lachine Canal, re cancellation of 
leases of water lots by Govt., dates 
of, names of lessees, &c 80« 

Lachine Canal, re cancellation of 
leases of water lots by Govt., length 
of time said leases were in force, 
&c 80C 

Labour, Report of Department of. ... 36 

Land, Purchases of, made by Dom- 
inion of Canada since Confedera- 
tion, &c 90 

Land, Purchases of, made by Domin- 
ion of Canada since supplementary 
return 90a 

Loans, Dominion, showing rates of in- 
terest paid on all, from 1890 to 1914. 225 

Long Sault Development Co., re appli- 
cation of, to dam St. Lawrence 
River, &c 79 

Long Sault Development Co., Corre- 
spondence re application made by, 
&c 790 

Lobster Fishery Regulations, New, by 
O. in C. of Mar. 25, 1914, in lieu of 
those of Sept. 30, 1910 234 

Long Beach, St. Marys, Digby Co., 
N.S., Correspondence, &c., re pur- 
chase of property for Lobster Pond, 
at 95 

Levis Co., Fees and disbursements paid 
to witnesses in, suinmoned by Com- 
inissioners in, &c 93 

Levis, Quarantine Station at, con- 
tracts, &c., re purchase by Govt., 
July 29. 1913 265 

Leroux, Paciflque, re application for 
damages sustained by removal of 
bridges on Soulanges Canal 120 

Lingan Beach, South Cape Breton, 
N.S., re work done on, under H. D. 
McLean 166 

Liquor, Relating to, brought fix)m out- 
side of Canada into Territories by 
special permission. &c. . 105 

Library of Parliament, Report of Joint 

Committee on 33 

Lighthouse at Red Cape, Margaree 

Harbour, N.S., Correspondence re... 17,19 

Lingan Bar, N.S., Names of all em- 
ployees on, wages, &c 232fc 

Life-saving station at Cheticamp, 

N,S,, document.?, pay-rolls re, &c. . 232"* 

Lighthouse at Grand Anse, Gloucester 

Co,, N,B., re tenders received for , , 232a? 

Live Stock, re purchase of, by Howard 
Corning, of Yarmouth. N,S,, in the 
Maritime Provinces, &c 295 



M 



Magdalen Islands, Documents re latest 
changes in Lobster Fishing Regula- 
tions at &c 205 

Manitoba Water-powers 25e 

Marine and Fisheries : — 

Report of Dept of, year 1912-1913 

(Marine) 21 

Report of Dept of, year 1912-1913 

(Fisheries) 22 

Supplement to Forty-fifth Report of 
Dept. of (Steamboat Inspection)... 23 

Margaree Harbour, N.S., re repairs to 

pier at, &c 23ia? 



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A. 1914 



M 

Margaree, N.S., Correspondence re sup- 
plying of coal to Lobster Hatchery 
at, years 1910-11, 1911-12, 1912-13, 
1913-14 206 

Margaree, N.S., Correspondence re 
Sheer Dams on ISIargaree River, 
1911-12, 1912-13 232(2v) 

Meridian, Demarcation of, 141st degree 
of West Longitude, Joint Report 
Cotnmissioners, &c 106 

Metapedia Road Cos. of Rimouski and 
Bonaventure, Documents re repair- 
ing of 2320 

Medical Inspection of Immigrants at 

port of entry in Canada 98 

Masinasin, Province of Alberta, docu- 
ments, re location of P.O. in 72 

Miscellaneous Unforeseen Expenses, 
from April 1, 1913, to January 14, 
1914, &c 54 

Militia : — 

Copies of Oeneral Orders promul- 
gated to, period from Nov. 18, 

1912, to Nov. 25, 1913 59 

Names, addresses, rank or occuiia- 
tion of pri-sons accompanying Min- 
ister of, to Old Country and 

Europe in 1913 143 

Re transfer of lands by, to Harbour 

Commissioners of Montreal, &c . . 239 
Total amount paid for pensions by 
Dept. of, for year ending March 

31, 1913, &c 257 

CoiTcspondence between Dept. of, 
and Messrs. Macdonald and Mont- 
petit re organization of 33rd Hus- 

.sars 258 

Correspondence re land in Farnham, 

Que., for Military Camp ground.. 259 
Militia, Sydney, N.S., Documents re 
transportation of, over I.C.Ry. in 

year 1912 97 

Militia Council, Report of 35 

Moosejaw, City of, re purchase of lots 
1 and 2, Block 125, I'lan 96, in, for 

warehouse, by Government 232(2w) 

Monlagnais Band of Indians, re ad- 
vances made to, through Agency of 

Seven Islands, Que 287 

Mira, Co. of Cape Breton, re petitions, 

&c., for subsidies for wharfs, &c., at. 96 
Moravian Indians of the Thames, and 
Regulations of the Abenakis Indians 
of St. Francis, approved of by Govt., 
iic, on March 27, 1913, and April 21, 

1913 63 

" Montfort," Stmr., Report re ground- 

i!ig of April 28, 1914 278 

Municipalities of Pictou, Guysborough 
and St. Mary's, Claim for refund of 

monies, &c S5 

Mails, re contract for carrying between 
Sheibrooke, (juysborough Co., N.S., 
and Moser's River, Halifax Co., N.S. 70 
Majl Contract between Sc^otsburn Sta- 
tion and West Branch, River John, 

Pictou Co., N.S., year 1912 70a 

Mail Contract between Scotsburn Sta- 
tion and West Branch, River John, 
Pictou Co., N.S., since Oct. 1, 1911. 70b 
Mail Contract, each one awarded, 
names and figures of tenderer, since 
Oct. 15, 1911, &c 70C 



M 

Mail Carriers, showing contracts can- 
celled or renewed by present Govt., 
in Co. of Two Mountains 70d 

Mail Contracts made between P. O. 
Dept. and party or parties, and can- 
celled before inaturit\-, from Oct. 15, 
1911, to Nov. 15, 1912 70e 

.Vlail Contract between Back Shore and 
I'ictou, Co. of I'ictou, N.S., since 
death of late contractor, D. G. Mc- 
Kay, in 1912 70/ 

.Uail Contract between P. O. Dept. 
and N. LeBlanc, for carrying of, be- 
tween Carleton Centre and Carleton, 
&c 70<7 

Mail Contract, re from Noel to Wal- 
ton, Hants Co., N.S., during 1913 . . 70'i 

.Vlails, Correspondence re cai'rying of, 
between Warkworth and Colborne, 
County of Northumberland 70* 

.Mails, Correspondence re carrying of, 
between St. Frangois Xavier de 
Brompton and Windsor Mills, Que. 70; 

-Vlail Contracts cancelled in Nova 
Scotia since Oct. 10, 1911, names of 
conti'actors, &c 70fc 

.Mail Contracts cancelled in Co. of Pic- 
to'u, N.S., since Oct. 1, 1911, names 
of contractors, &c 70t 

Mail Contracts, Documents re, between 
Tatamagouche and Brule Shore, 
Colchester, N.S., during 1913.. .. 70m 

.Mail Contracts and tenders received 
for carrying of, between Antigonish 
and Livingstone Cove, N.S 7 On 

Mails, Correspondence on file re ser- 
vice of, and tenders received, be- 
tween Antigonish and Livingstone 
Cove, N.S 70O 

Mails, Correspondence, &c., re service 
between Bridgetown, I'ort Lome and 
Hampton, Parker's Cove, Annapslis 
(^ove, N.S 70P 

Mails, Correspondence, &c., re con- 
tracts for carrying of, between An- 
tigonish and Livingstone Cove. N.S., 
&c 70qf 

Mails, names, amounts, to whom given 
of all tenders, in 1913, for mail 
routes in Co. of Shelburne. N.S., &c. 70r 

.Uails, Documents re contracts of, be- 
tween Bridgetown and I^ort Lome, 
Hampton and Parker's Covo, 1912 . . 70s 

Mails, Copy of Contract for carrying 
of, between North Ijochaber and Col- 
legeville, for 1913 70t 

Mails, re tenders received for carrying 
of, between Merigonish and Malig- 
nant Cove 70u 

Mails, number of Contracts cancelled 
in County of Inverness since Sept. 1, 

1911, to Mar. 19, 1914 70v 

Mails, Documents re renewal of con- 
tract with Geo. A. Stewart for carry- 
ing, between N. Lochaber and West 
Lochabcr 70w 

Mails. Documents re increased mail 
subsidy agreed upon by Postmaster 
General and various Ry. Companies. TOx 

Mails, Names of 82 tenderers for carry- 
ing of, between Bale St. Paul and 
Murray Bay, Co. of Charlevoix . . 702/ 

Mail Contract between Pictou Post 
Onice and Ry. Station, between Dept. 
and Pt.er Foley 70^ 

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A. 1914 



M 

Mail Contract awarded to Christophe 
Levetiue of St. Eleuthere, for car- 
riage of, between St. Eleuthdre and 
Sully 70(2«) 

Mail lock patent, No. 151043, corre- 
spondence, application. &c., for.. .. 74b 

Rural Mail service in I'arish of Ste. 
Marguerite de Blairflndie, Co. of St. 
Johns and Iberville 141c 

Rural Mail service in Co. of Quebec, 

what Parishes of .<=aid County, &c. . 141d 

Rural Mail route from New GlasROW, 
through Mount William, Granton 
and Ambercrombie, N.S 14le 

Rural Mail service in Parish of St. 

Theodore d' Acton, Que 141/ 

Mail carriage between Canadian and 
European Ports, Agreement between 
Govt, and Stmr. Co.'s re 282 

Mail carriage from Port Hood to S. 

West Port Hood, &c 70 (2e) 

Mail Contracts cancelled in Counties 
of Westmorland, Albert, King's, and 
Kent, N.B., since Oct. 9, 1911.. .. 70(2ri,) 

Rural Mail Routes in Pictou Co., N.S., 
re establishment of, also number of 
P.O. closed 141fir 

Melville, Sask., re applications to Govt. 

for Post Office Building at 292 

Montreal, re buildings, offices. &c., oc- 
cupied by Govt., rented or otherwise. 291 

Mc 



■McDougall, H. P., of Grand Narrows, 

N.S., Claim of, against the I.C.Ry. 

McGillis, Jos., re suspension of, from 



Dept. of Customs, Ottawa. 



85a 
220 



N 



Newspapers in Canada. List of re ad- 
vertisements in, by Govt., or Minis- 
ter, Officer, or Dept., between Oct. 
10, 1911, and April 28, 1913 81 

Newspapers in Canada, List of re ad- 
vertisements in. by Govt., Oct. 10, 
1906, ot Oct. 10, 1907, up to Oct. 10, 
1911 8la 

Newspapers in Canada, List of re ad- 
vertisements in, by Govt., between 
Oct. 10, 1906, and Oct. 10, 1907, and 
years up to 1911 81b 

Newspapers in Canada, List of re ad- 
vertisements in, by Govt., between 
Oct. 10, 1911, and April 28. 1913, 
amount paid 81c 

Newspapprs in Canada, List of re ad- 
vertisements in, by Govt., between 
Oct. 10, 1906, and 1907, and years 
up to 1911 %ld 

Newspapers in Nova Scotia, Moneys 
paid to, during years 1912, 1913, 
and nature of service 81/ 

Newspapers in Canada, List of ad- 
vertisements in, by Govt., between 
Oct. 10, 1911, and April 28, 1913.. 81f7 

New London Branch of P.E.I. Rail- 
way, re copy of contracts, tenders, 
in connection with proposed 179 



N 

New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., re non- 
erection of public buildings in, &c. 232j 

Navy, lioyal Canadian, i'ensions or 
Gratuities to Officers of, &c., Copy of 
Order in C-^uncil re 48 

Navy, Royal Canadian, Documents, 
&c., re death and burial at Montreal 
of Jos. LeBlanc, sailor on D.G.S. 
Canada 144 

Naval Affairs, Correspondence respect- 
ing requests that vessels belonging 
to Navy be present at regattas or 
celebrations in 1912-1913 227 

Naval Service, Report of Dept. of, for 
year 1913 38 

Niobe, Cruiser, Number of men on 
duty on, &c 41 

Natural Resources, certain portions of 
King's Dominions, Interim Report of 
Royal Commission on 135 

National Drop Forge Co., Ltd., show- 
ing names of promoters, powers held 
by, given by letters patent 193 

National Battlefields Commission, Re- 
ceipts and Expenditures of, to March 
31, 1914 268 

Northeast J 22-11-5-W. 3 M., Copy of 

all papers in connection with.. .. 110ft 

Northeast S 22-11-5-W. 3 M., Supple- 
mentary papers in connection with. 110/ 

Northwest i Section 20-4, Range 16, 

West of 2nd Meridian IIOI 

North S 1-3-16-W-2-M., Copy of all 

papers in possession of Dept. re. . llOw 

North Cape Breton and Victoria, 
South Cape Breton, Antigonish and 
Inverness, Names of witnesses in 
connection with investigations held 
by H. P. Duchemin in Counties of &c. 936 

North Cape Breton and Victoria, 
South Cape Breton, Antigonish and 
Inverness, Names of witnesses in 
connection with investigations held 
by H. P. Duchemin in Counties of, 
&c., Supplementary re 93e 

North Cape Breton and Victoria, 
South Cape Breton, Antigonish and 
Inverness, Names of witnesses in 
connection with investigations held 
by H. P. Duchemin in Counties of, 
&c.. Supplementary re 93fc 

North Cape Breton and Victoria, Ry. 
extension into. Breakwaters, Wharfs, 
opening of Harbours in, &c 271 

Northumbei-land, Dredge, Number of 
men employed on, at Pictou, in Jan., 

Feb. and March, 1913, &c 233 

Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and P. E. 
Island, Memoranda re claims to rep- 
resentation, &c 118ci 



Ontario Equipment Co., re Order of 
the House for production of sajn- 
ple of patent lock and key sold by, 
to P. O. Dept 74 

Orders in Council, Copies of all, re- 
quired by House under Resolution 
passed on February 20, 1882, since 
date of last Return under Resolu- 
tion 107a 



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A. 1914 



O 

Orders in Council, Return re those 
published in Canada Gaseffe between 
Oct. 1, 1912, and Nov. 30, 1913, in 
accordance with Dominion Lands 
Survey Act, Sec. 5, Chap. 21, 7-8 
Edward VII llOo 

Orders in Council, Return re those 
published in Canada Gazette between 
Oct., 1912, and Nov. 30, 1913, in 
accordance with Sec. 77 of Dominion 
Act, Chap. 20, Statutes of Canada, 
1908 llOlJ 

Orders in Council under a Resolution 
pas.sed on Feb. 20, 1S82 since the 
date of last Return and Resolution. llOd 

Order in Council, Copy of. No. P.C. 
976 re Regulations governing the en- 
try of Naval Cadets 266 

Order in Council, dated May 18, 1914, 
re the organization of a Naval Vol- 
unteer Force 266a 

Ottawa Improvement Commission, Re- 
ceipts and Expenditures of, to March 
31, 1913 53 

Ottawa City, Commission appointed 
for beautifying of, and vicinity, cor- 
respondence. &c., re 91ri 

Ottawa City, Correspondence between 
and Govt, re pure water supply for 
city and Govt, buildings 175 

Ouellette, Arsene, re death of, at Trois 

Pistoles, I.C.Ry., &c 88 



Public Accounts of Canada for year 

ended March 31, 1913 2 

Public Works, Report of Minister of, 

year ended March 31, 1913 (2 Vols.) 19 

Public Health Service. Several 

Branches of: P. S. engaged in. . . . 99 

Public Printing and Stationery, Total 
number of employees in. on Feb. 1, 
1914, increased wages, 1913 104<i 

Public Land of Dominion, Number of 
acres of, given to Ry. Cos. by Govt, 
from 1878 to March, 1914. &c.. .. 275 

Patrol Boat Davis and Lobster Hatch- 
ery, Charges incurred by, season of 
1912 40 

Parcel Boxes re Rural Boxes, Con- 
tracts for, &c 224 

Parcel Post Service, Regulations relat- 
ing to 108 

Petroleum and Natural Gas rights. 
Disposal of, in Manitoba, Saskatche- 
wan, Alberta, N. W. Territories, 
Yukon. &c 148 

Penitentiaries, Report of Royal Com- 
mission on, Evidence taken, &c. . . . 252 

Public Printing and Stationery, Report 

of 1913 32 

Private Secretaries of Members of 
I>iberal Govt., names, salaries, 
grades, on Oct. 11, 1911 139 

Prince Edward Island, Memo, of spe- 
cial claim of, re representation in 
House of Commons 118 

Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia 
and New Brunswick, Memo, re 
claims of 118a 



Provident Fund Board of the I.C.Ry. 
and P.E.I.Ry's employees. Return re 
proceedings of, from Jan. 1, 1912, to 
Feb. 2, 1914 125a 

Pure Bred Animals, re names and ad- 
dresses of persons with whom pure 
bred animals have been placed . . . . 294 

Pure Bred Stallions or Bulls. Number 
of, purchased by Govt, for settlers in 
Man., Sask., and Alta., since Jan. 1, 
1912 296 

Post Offices: — 

Masinasin P.O., Province of Alberta, 

re change in location, &c 72 

Moulin Basinet P.O., St. Jean de 
Matha, Co. of Joliette, re closing 
of 73 

Post Office Dept., regarding return 
for production of one sample of 
patented lock and key, &c 74 

Post Office Dept., Correspondence be- 
tween, and AUeyn Taschereau, 
avocat, re locks for mail bags . . 74a 

Post Office Dept., Correspondence be- 
tween, and Messrs. A. de Macdon- 
ald. Elzear Montpetit and others. 75 

Documents re changes in Postmas- 
tership of Port Daniel Centre, 
Avignon, New Richmond, Black 
Cape, Que., &c 75a 

Documents re removal of the Post 
Office from store of Alex. Robert- 
son, Red Point, P.E.I, i&c.. .. 75ft 

Documeivts re complaints against 
John A. Campbell, Postmaster, 
New Richmond, Que., &c 75C 

Correspondence between P.O. Dept., 
P.O. Inspector, St. John, N.B., 
and Postmaster at Kouchibougac, 
N.B., re sale of stamps, &c. . . . 76 

Re new Post Offices made in Co. of 
L'Islet, names of Postmasters, re- 
venues and expenses, &c 142 

Appt. of Caretakers of P.O. at 

Rigaud, Que., &c 77ni 

Numlier of persons appointed to In- 
side Service of, by present Govt., 
names, salaries, &c 104/ 

Documents re opening of Post Office, 
named Giasson, Parish of St. Au- 
bert, Co. of L'Islet 142a 

Building in Saskatoon, re purchase 

of a site for 232ft 

Building in Halifax, Purchase of 

site for. on Gottingen Street.. .. 232m 

Post Office at Canning, N.S., re pur- 
chase of site for 232W 

Post Office in Village of Eganville, 
Correspondence re location and 
erection of 232» 

Post Office in Village of Eganville, 
Supplementary 232(2/) 

Post Office in Village of Eganville, 

re further supplementary, &c. .. 232(23) 
Postmaster General, Report of, for 

year ended March 31, 1913 24 

Pointe Cascades, re tearing down of 

houses and dependencies erected on 
Govt, grounds at, the property of 

L. A. Sauv§ 176 

Population of Canada, Provinces and 
Territories, years 1871, 1881, 1891, 
1901 and 1911, &c. . 133 



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A. 1914 



I'otatoes, Quantities and values of, im- 
ported monthly during years 1911, 
1912, 1913 ; countries from which 

imported 

Potatoes, Quantities and values ex- 
ported monthly from Provinces, from 
Sept. 1, 1911, to Jan. 1, 1914, &c. 
Pictou Banl\, Documents fc incoriiora- 
tion and licensing of, also re wind- 
ing up of business of, &c 

Plaunte, Artliur, Copy of O.C. appoint- 
ing Commissioner re claims Atlantic 

Lake Superior Ry., &c 

Plaunte, Arthur, Supjilementary Re- 
turn relating to, appointment of, &c. 
Privy Council, Judicial Committee of, 
Documents generally respecting pro- 
posed changes of 

Public Works: — 

Return re amount of expenditure in 
Counties of Rimouski and Gaspe 

since Oct. 11, 1911, Szc 

Return re amount of expenditure in 
Antigonish Co. since Oct. 11, 1911, 

&c 

Return re documents concerning 

proposed building and purchase 

of site for, at Bear River, N.S.. 

Return re expenditure on Mabou 

Harbour, in years 1911-12, 1912- 

13 

Return re specifications, tenders, 
&c., connected with proposed dry- 
dock at Lauzon, Que 

Public Building at Oravelburg, all 
documents in connection with, 

since Jan. 1, 1912 

Public Building at Brantford, re all 
specifications and tenders pertain- 
ing to 

Public Works in Richmond Co., N.S., 
all documents received from J. A. 

Gillies re 

Post Office at Eganville, Renfrew 

Co., re location and erection of. . 

Public Works in Co. of Bonaventure 

since Oct. 10, 1911, to Feb. 2, 

1914 



Quebec Oriental Ry. and Atlantic, 
Quebec and Western Ry., Corre- 
spondence, re acquisition of, by Govt, 
as branch lines of I.C.Ry., &c. . . . 

Quebec Harbour Commission, re con- 
struction of a line of Ry. to connect 
Trans. Ry. with Union Station at 
the Palais 

Quebec Harbour Commissioners, Board 
of, re purchase of stone quarry by, 
at St. Nicholas, Que 



217 

217« 

243b 

279 
279a 

245 

232 

232a 

232& 

23 2c 

222(1 

232(2c) 

232(2d) 

232(2e) 
232/ 

2320 



117n 

178 
263 



B 



Railway Statistics of Canada, year 
ended June 30, 1913 

Railway Commissioners, Board of, 
Rfeport, year ending March 31, 1913. 

Railway Commissioners, Board of, 
appeals from ruling, decisions, find- 
ings, &c., and action of P.C 



206 



20c 



83 



Railway Commissioners, Board of, 
Copy of all decisions of, made on or 
after Oct. 10, 1911, re appeals from, 
&c 124 

Railway Belt in B.C., Sale by Govt, of 
following lands in: Town.ships 23-24, 
R. 18; T. 23-24, R. 19; T. 24-25, R. 
20, &c iiofc 

Rainy River Navigation Co., Claim of, 
against Govt, re operation of boats, 
.season of 1911, &c gg 

Uadio-Telograi)]iy, Copy of Regula- 
tions governing, under Radio-Tele- 
graph Act, 1913 300a 

Uadio-Telegraphy, Copy of Order in 
Council, No. P.C. 1386, re Regula- 
tions governing, &c 300 

tiestigouche River re projected Rail- 
way or Highway bridge over, at 
Campbellton, N.B., and Quebec. .. 103 

Uideau Canal, re permits to Clubs to 
erect boat houses on, between Lau- 
rier Ave., Bridge and Hartwell's 
Locks 80b 

l^ifle Range, near Souris. P.E.I., all 
documents connected with purchase 
of 255 

Itoyal Society of Canada, Statement 
of affairs of, for year ended April 
30, 1913 , 55 

! loyal Mail Steam Packet Co., Agree- 
ment between Govt, of Canada and, 
ro British W. I. service 113 

lloyal Northwest Mounted Police, Re- 
port of 28 

lioyal Northwest Mounted Police, Re- 
port of Magisterial cases entered 
by 280 

Uoss, Jean, or Joseph, of Amqui, 
Rimouski Co., re claim of, against 
I.C.R., for accident to horse, &c. . . 131 

Uovvell, Newton W., re sums of money 
paid to, for legal services during 
past fifteen years 228a 

Uowell, Newton W., re payments made 
by Govt, to, for legal services, &c. . 288 

Uoy, Hon. Judge, travelling expenses 

of, during years 1912, 1913 and 1914. 236 

Roy, Mrs. Marcelline, Complaints 
against, investigation into conduct 
of, &c 71 

Railways and Canals, Rervort of Dept. 
of, for year ending March 31, 1913. 20 

Rural Mails, &c. : — 

Routes established in Co. of Bona- 
venture from Oct. 1911, to Feb. 2, 

1914, &c 141 

Tabulated Statement of Rural Mail 
Routes opened since 1911, number 
of boxes used, delivery, contracts, 

&c I4la 

Number of Rural Mail Routes estab- 
lished in N.S., names, &c 141ft 



Shareholders in Chartered Banks to 

December 31, 1913 6 

Seizures made by John C. Bourinot, as 
acting Preventive Officer and Collec- 
tor of Customs for Port Hawkesbury, 
N.S., from 1884 to 1886, and from 
1886 to 1898, also from 1898 to 
1912 490 



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A. 1914 



S 

Section 36, East J of, in Township 6, 
Range S, West of Fourth Meridian, 
Correspondence, &c., re 61 

Section 8-49-23-4, and S.W. | of 7-49- 
2S-4, Documents, &c., in Dept. of 
Interior re 6la 

Shelburne, N.S., Reports, &c., re mail 
serivce from, to Jordan Bay and 
Jordan Ferry since Oct. 1, 1911 . . 208 

Shareliolders Montreal City and Dis- 
trict Savings Bank and La Caisse 
d'Economie de Notre-Dame de Que- 
bec, Statement of, as on December 
31, 1913 58 

Scoles, G. R., re contract entered into 
by, for completion of Atlantic and 
Lake Superior Ry 87 

S.E. J Section 16, Township 25, Range 
5, West Fifth Meridian, Papers con- 
nected with, &c 110/ 

S.W. i 23-16-12, W. 3 M., Papers con- 
nected with, &c 11 Off 

Secretary of State, Report of 29 

Skinner's Pond, Proposed Harbour at, 

Surveys made for 100 

Skinner's Cove, N.S., Documents re 
payments made for, purchase of land 
at, year 1913 230 

Steamboat Inspection, Report of Dept. 
of Marine on, for fiscal year 1912-13 23 

Steamship Service between Canada 
and West Indies, all documents re 
between May 1, 1913, to Dec, 1913. 286 

Strikes in British Columbia coal mines. 
Correspondence re, also copy of all 
Orders in Council, &c 147a 

Stream Measurements, Report of . . . . 25c 

Sackville, N.B., re proposal to have 
spur line to connect public wharf at, 
with I.C.Ry., &c 117b 

Salisbury and Albert Railway, Annual 

Report made by, to the Ry. Dept. . 137 

Salmon Hatchery, Nepisiguit River, 
N.B., Copy of tenders for construc- 
tion received, and contracts let. . . . 145 

Salmon Fishing in St. John River 
above tide water, Orders in Council, 
Documents re, &c 163 

Saturnia Stmr., Report of Commis- 
sioner on grounding of, April 28, 
1914.. . 277 

Senate, Opinion of Deputy Minister of 
Justice on increased representation 
in, of the "W^estern Provinces . . . . 212 

Senate, Copy of Resolution of Assem- 
bly of B.C., re increased number of 
Senators from said Province 212a 

Senate, Increased representation in. 
Copy of Assistant Deputy Minister 

on subject of 212ft 

Senates or Upper Chambers in Brit- 
ish Empire, or foreign countries. In- 
formation respecting constitution of. 246 
Senates or Upper Chambers in Brit- 
ish Empire, or foreign countries. 

Supplementary Return re 246o 

Smelt Fishing licenses issued in Co. of 
I'ictou, N.S., during past season, all 

correspondence, re 204 

Smelt Fishing licenses issued in Co. of 
Pictou, N.S., during past season, all 

correspondence re 204a 

Southampton Ry. Co., N.B., all docu- 
ments, &c., relating to, Reports of 
Engineers, &c 285 



S 

South Lake, Lakeville, Antigonish Co., 

re expenditures in 1913, at 232(2i) 

Steamship Service between St. John, 
N.B., and Bear River, N.S., during 
1912, 1913, Memo, re^ &c 159 

Smith, B. F., re cutting lumber on To- 
bique Indian Reserve, N.B., also 
amts. paid since Jan. 1, 1912.. .. 198 

Strikes and Lockouts from 1901 to 

1912 366 

' Stevens Dam,' across River Trent, 
Documents connected with power 
privileges relating to 262 

Stellarton, Town of, re purchase of 

site for public building in, &c. . . . 232s 

Steamer Cancida, Memo, of subsidy 
paid to, and copy of reports made 
by proprietors of, season of 1913.. 160 

St. Peter's Indian Reserve, Instruc- 
tions issued to C. P. Fullerton and 
Fawcett Taylor in reference to. . . . 1986 

St. Lin des Laurentides, re public 
building authorized in Elstimates of 
1911-12 232t 

St. Jean, Bank of, BanqueVille Marie, 
Banque Jacques Cartier, &c., re in- 
corporation and licensing of 248 

St. Phillipe East and St. Phillipe West, 
re expenses of, since June 1, 1912, 
to Feb. 2, 1914 276 



Trade and Commerce, Report of, year 
ended March 31, 1913 : 

(Part I — Canadian Trade) 10 

(Part II — Canadian Trade with (1) 
France, (2) Germany, (3) United 
Kingdom, and (4) United States) 10a 
(Part Ill^Canadian Trade with for- 
eign countries, except France, 
Germany, the United Kingdom, 

and United States) 10b 

(Part IV — Miscellaneous informa- 
tion) IOC 

(Part V — Report of Grain Commis- 
sioners for Canada) lOd 

(Part VI — Subsidized Steamship 
Services, Statistics, TrafTic, &c., 
to Dec. 31, 1913, and Estimates 

for fiscal year 1914-1915 lOe 

Part VII — Trade of Foreign Coun- 
tries, Treaties and Conventions) . . 10/ 
Treasury Bills discounted sines March 

31, 19"l3 57 

Trade Unions, Return respecting, &c. . 89 
Telegraph or Telephone line from Bad- 
deck, N.S., to Margaree, N.S., re 

construction of, by Govt 2Z2t 

Telegraph Statistics of Canada, year 

ended June 30, 1913 20/ 

Telephone Statistics of Canada, year 

ended June 30, 1913 20d 

Temporary Loans, Statement of, since 

March 31, 1913 56 

Temporary Loans, re total liability of, 
between May 1, 1913, and Dec. 31, 
1913, rates of interest paid, &c. . .. 122 
'I'emporary Clerks, re number employed 
in Library in Sessions of 1911-12, 
and 1912-13, names, salary. &c. . .. 162 
Three Rivers, Return re investigations 
held in District of, since Oct. 15, 
1911, to April, 1913 92 



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A. 1914 



T 

Transcontinental Railway : — 

lieturn re changes made in original 
scheme for terminals at city of 

Quebec, &c 114 

Return re correspondence between N. 
T.Ry. Commissioner and Minister 
of Rys., and between N.T.Ry. 
Commissioner and C.P.R. re term- 
inals, &c 114a 

Report of Royal Commission ap- 
pointed to investigate construction 

of, eivdence and exhibits, &c 123 

Copy of assignment by M. P. and 
J. T. Davis in Sept., 1909, of con- 
tracts Nos. 16 and 17 on, to 
O'Brien, Fowler & McDougall . . 123a 
Copy of contract with Jos. Gosselin, 
Locomotive and Car Shops at St. 
Malo, correspondence between De- 
partment and W. J. Press, M.E., 
or Chief Engineer re charge of 

price for excaavtion, &c 123b 

Copy of original contract and 
amended one of Mr. Jos Gosselin 
re car shops at St. Malo, Que. . 123c 
Copy of correspondence re appoint- 
ment of Messrs. Lvnch-StauTiton 
and Gutelius as Commissioner re. I23fl 
Copy of Report of Geo. S. Hodgins, 
of New Tork, re Transcona Shops 
of N.T. Railway, of June 10, 1912. 123^ 
Copy of documents submitted to Sir 
Wm. White by Govt re Commis- 
sion investigating Transcontinen- 
tal Ry 138 

Copy of agreements between, and 
the Canadian Northern Ry. for use 
of line by trains of Trans. Ry. to 

St. Malo 177 

Copy of all documents re the in- 
tended construction of, from 
Pointe St. Claire, east of Quebec; 

Bridge, &c 123/ 

Return re choice of site for station 
at Village of St. Eleuthere, on 

N.T.Ry., &c 123P 

Return re Coaling Plants on N.T.Ry., 
number of, where constructed, 

names of tenderers. &c 123ft 

Report of Commissioners of, for 

1913 37 

Interim Report of, for 1913 37a 

Taschereau. Alleyn, Que., Correspond- 
ence between, and P. O. Dept. re 
purchase of locks for mail bags. . . . 74a 
Toronto Harbour Works, re letting 

construction .of. &c 232(2n 

Towns in Prov. of Ontario having a 
population larger than town of Ches- 
ley, S. Bruce, number of, having 

letter boxes, &c 192 

Trent Valley Canal, Correspondence re 
investigation by Mr. Ferguson con- 
cerning affairs of 190 

Trent W'atershed Survey, Report of 
Commission of Conservation of Can- 
ada on 210 

Trawling. Steam, correspondence since 
Oct., 1911, between Govt, of Canada 
and Govt, of United States 226 

IT 

Unclaimed Balances, dividends un- 
paid, &c 7 

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United Shoe Machinery Coy, Report 
of Board appt. to investigate mat- 
ters of 154 

United States, Citizens of, employed by 

Government since October 11, 1911. 94 



Veterinary Director General, Report 

of, year ended March 31, 1913.. .. 15b 

Veterinary Inspectors employed by 
Govt, in slaughter houses, amt. of 
expenses of that branch of Dept... 222 

W 

Wharfs :— 

Expenditure of Govt, for Wharf at 

Whycocomagh 231 

Re expenditure on Wharf at Feltzen 

South, Lunenburg, N.S., &c. 231o 

Re expendi.ture on Wharf at South 
Gut, Victoria Co., by Govt, dur- 
ing summer of 1913 231b 

Re expenditure on Wharfs, Break- 
waters, &c., in Co. of Yarmouth, 
N.S., since Oct., 1911 23lc 

Re expenditure on Englishtown 

Wharf, Co. of Victoria, 1913.. .. 231d 

Re expenditure on extension of 
Wharf at Finlay Point,, Mabou, 
Inverness Co., year 1910-11.. .. 23le 

Re expenditure on Wharf at Port 

Clyde, Shelburne, N.S 231/ 

Re expenditure on construction of 
wharf at Finlay Point, Inverness 
Co., N.S 2Zig 

Re expenditure on construction of 
TVTiarf in Town of L'Assomption, 
Que 231A 

Re expenditure on construction of 

W^harf at Bear River, N.S., &c. 23 li 

Re expenditure for Public "^Tiarf at 

Centreville, Shelburne Co., N.S... 231; 

Re expenditure for Public Wliarf at 

Sainte Croix, Lotbiniere Co., Que. 23lfc 

Relating to proposed Wharf at 
Little Cape and Great Shemogue 
Harbour, N.B 2311 

Relating to construction of Wharf in 
Town of L'Assomption, Petitions 
for and against, &c 231m 

Relating to expenditure on Wharf at 

Arichat, N.S., since Oct. 11, 1911. 23ln 

Relating to expenditure on Govt. 
Vi^harf at Croft's Cove, N.S., in 
1911 2310 

Relating to claim re Wharf at Bona- 

venture River, Bonaventure Co... 231P 

Relating to completion of Wliarf at 
Ste. Croix, since Sept. 21, 1911, to 
March, 1914 2319 

Relating to purchase of site for 

Wharf at Bear River, N.S. . .. 23lr 

Relating to expenditure on Hall's 

Harbour Wharf, N.S., 1913.. .. 2313 

Relating to expenditure. &c., on 
Wharf at L'Ue Verte, Co. of Te- 
m.iscouata 231* 

Relating to copy of pay-list of em- 
ployees on Wharf to west of 
Riviere Verte, Temiscouata. . . . 231" 

Relating to completion of WTiarf at 

Sainte Croix, Co. of Lotbiniere. . 23lv 



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A. 1914 



\v 

Relating to construction of Wharf 

at Cole Harbour, N.S 231MJ 

Relating to repairs on Pier at Mar- 

garee Harbour, N.S 231X 

Relating to construction of Feltzen 

South Wharf, N.S 231J/ 

Relating to building and repairing 

Wharf at Port Hood, N.S 231« 

Relating to expenditure of $500 on 

Finlay Point Wharf, N.S., during 

1913 231(2a) 

Relating to expenditure on Wharf at 

Arichat, N.S., for use of stvnr. 

Magdalen 231(26) 

Wheat, Quantities of, by grades re- 
ceived at elevators at Fort William. 102 
Wheat, Quantities of, by grades re- 
ceived at elevators at Fort William 
and Port Arthur. 1910-11, 1911-12.. 240 
Wheat, Freight charges on, from Fort 
William or Port Arthur to Canadian 
Lake Ports, by C. P. stmrs. and 

other lines, year 1912 254 

Winnipeg River, re leases of water- 
powers granted on, dates, to whom, 
&c 80 



Wire Rods, Temporary suspension of. 
Dumping Clause of Act respecting, 
correspondence, &c 116 

Woollen Industries, Number of, op- 
erated in the country, &c 140 

Wright Co., Que., Memo, re sums of 
money spent in, by Govt, since Sept., 
1911, &c 161 

Wreck Commissioner, Dominion. Report 
re stmr. Satwmia grounding of, 
April 27,-1913 277 

Wreck Commissioner, Dominion, Report 
re stmr. Montfort, grounding of, 
April 28, 1914 278 

T 

Yarmouth, Bank of. Documents re in- 
corporating and licensing of, also re 
winding up 2430 

Yarmouth Harbour, N.S., re removal 
of ice in, by C.G.S. Stanley, in Feb., 
1914 251 

Yarmouth, North, re Postmaster of, 

selling stamps out of jurisdiction. . 273 

Young, Captain Murdock, investigation 

held against, by Mr. Wilson, B.C.. 101a 



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See also Alphabetical List. Page 1. 

LIST OF SESSIONAL PAPRRS 

Arrangea m Numerical Order, xvith their titles ai full length; the dates when Ordered 
and when Pre<sented to the Houses of Parlia)ment; the Names of the Senator or 
Member who moved for each Sessional Paper, and whether it is ordered to he 
Printed or Not Printed. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 1. 

(This volume is bound in three parts.) 

1. Report of the Auditor General for the year ended March 31, 1913. VolumeT. Parts A to J, 
and Volume II, Parts K to U. Presented by Hon. Mr. Foster. January 28, 1914. 

Printed for disti-ibution and sessioval papers. 

1. Report of the Auditor General for the year ended March 31, 1913, "Volume III, Parts V to T. 

Presented by Hon. Mr. White, January 19, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2. 

2. The Public Accounts of Canada, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1913. Presented by 

Hon. Mr. White, January 19, 1914 Printed for distribution and &essio7ial papers. 

3. Estimates of sums required for the service of the Dominion for the year ending March 31, 

1915. Presented by Hon. Mr. White, January 29. 1914. 

Printed for distribiUion and sessional papers. 

3o. Supplementary Estimates of sums required for the service of the Dominion for the year 
ending March 31, 1914. Presented by Hon. Mr. "V^Tiite. March 20, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

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

ing March 31, 1915. Presented by Hon. Mr. White, May 28, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

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

year ending March 31, 1915. Presented by Hon. Mr. White, June 9, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 3. 

6. List of Shareholders in the Chartered Banks of the Dominion of Canada as on December 31, 

1913. Presented by Hon. Mr. White, January 19, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers, 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 4. 

7. Report on dividends remaining unpaid, unclaimed balances and unpaid drafts and bills of 

exchange in Chartered Banks of the Dominion of Canada, for five years and upwards 
prior to December 31, 1913. Presented by Hon. Mr. White, March 16, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 5. 

(This volume is bound in two parts.) 

8. Report of Superintendent of Insurance for year ended 1913. Presented by Hon. Mr. 

White, June 2, 1914. 

Printe-d for distribution and sessional papers. 

9. Abstract of Statement of Insurance Companies in Canada for the j"ear ended December 31, 

1913. Presented by Hon. Mr. Wliite, June 2. 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 6. 

10. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1913, 

Part I. — Canadian Trade. Presented by Hon. Mr. Foster, April 15, 1914. 

Printed for distriJiution and sessional papers. 

10a. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce, for the year ended March 31, 1913: 
Part II. — Canadian Trade with (1) France, (2) Germany, (3) United Kingdom, and (4) 
United States. Presented by Hon. Mr. Foster, January 22, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 7. 

lOb. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce for the fiscal year ended March 31, 
1913: Part III. — Canadian Trade with Foreign Countries (except France, Germany, 
the United Kingdom and United States). Presented by Hon. Mr. Foster, April 15,1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

10c. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 
1013: Part IV. — Miscellaneous Information. Presented by. Hon. Mr. Foster, April 27, 
1914 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

lOd. Report of the Board of Grain Commissioners for Canada. Presented by Hon. Mr. Foster, 
June 4, 1914 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 8. 

lOe. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce, for the fiscal year ending March 31, 
1913 : Part VI. — Subsidized Steamship Services, with Statistics showing Steamship 
Traffic to December 31, 1913, and Estimates fo:- fiscal year 1914-1915. Presented by 
Hon. Mr. Foster, March 25, 1914 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

10/- Report of Trade and Commerce for fiscal year ended March 31, 1913 : Part VII. — Trade of 
Foreign Countries, Treaties and Conventions. Presented by Hon. Mr. Foster, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 9. 

11. Report of the Department of Customs for the year ended March 31, 1913. Presented by 

Hon. Mr. Reid, January 22, 1914 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 10. 

12. Reports, Returns and Statistics of the Inland Revenues for the Dominion of Canada, for 

the year ended March 31, 1913. Part I. — -Excise. Presented by Hon. Mr. Nantel, 
January 19, 1914 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

13. Part II. — Inspection of "Weights and Measures, Gas and Electricity. Presented by Hon. 

Mr. Nantel, January 19, 1914 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

14. Reports, Returns and Statistics of the Inland Revenues for the Dominion of Canada for the 

year ended March 31, 1913. Part III. — Adulteration of Food. Presented by Hon. Mr. 
Nantel, February 11, 1914 '. '.Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

15. Report of the Minister of Agriculture for the Dominion of Canada, for the year ended 

March 3.1, 1913. Presented by Hon. Mr. Burrell, January 22, 1914 . 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 11. 

15a. Report of the Dairy and Cold Storage Commissioner for the' fiscal year ended Marcli 31, 
1913. (Dairying, Fruit, Extension of Markets and Cold Storage.) Presented by Hon. 
Mr. Burrell. ilay 5, 1914 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

15b. Report of the Veterinary Director General for the year ending March 31, 1913. Presented 
by Hon. Mr. Burrell, February 2, 1914.. Printed for dist7-ibution and se»sional papers. 

16. Report of the Director and Officers of the Exr^rimental Farms for the years ending March 

31, 1913. Presented by Hon. Mr. Burrell, "April 7, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 12. 

17. Criminal Statistics for the year ended September 30. 1912. (Appendix to the Report of the 

Minister of Trade and Commerce, for the year 1912.) Presented by Hon. Mr. P'oster, 
February 20, 1914 Printed for disiributio7i and sessioyial papers. 

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18. R6sum§ of General Elections of 1896, 1900, 1904, 1908 and 1911, and of By-Elections held 

between July 11, 1896 and January 1, 1914. Presented by Hon. r. Coderre, January 
27, 1914 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

18«- Return of By-elections for the House of Commons of Canada, held during the year 1913. 
Presented by Hon. Mr. Coderre, January 27, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 13. 

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

fiscal year ended March 31, 1913. Presented by Hon. Mr. Rogers, January 19, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 14. 

20. Report of the Department of Railways and Canals, for the fiscal period from April 1, 1912, 

to March 31, 1913. Presented by Hon. Mr. Reid, March 20, 1914. 

Prvnted for distribution and sessional papers. 

20a. Canal Statistics for the season of Navigation, 1913. Presented by Hon. Mr. Reid, March 
12, 1914 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

20b- Railway Statistics of the Dominion of Canada for the year ended June 30, 1913. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, January 29, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 15. 

20c. Eighth Report of the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada, for the year ending 
March 31, 1913. Presented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, January 22, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

20rf- Telephone Statistics of the Dominion of Canada, for the year ended June 30, 1913. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane. P'ebruary 10, 1914. 

Piinted for distribution and sessional papers. 

20e. Express Statistics of the Dominion of Canada, for the year ended June 30, 1913. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, February 20, 1914. 

Printed for disti-ibution and sessio7ial papers. 

20/- Telegraph Statistics of the Dominion of Canada, for the year ended June 30, 1913. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, February 10, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 16. 

21. Forty-sixth Annual Report of the Department of Marine and Fisheries, for the year 1912- 

1913. — Marine. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, February 2, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

21b. List of Shipping issued by the Department of Marine and Fisheries, being a list of vessels 
on the Registry Books of the Dominion of Canada, on December 31, 1913. Presented 
by Hon. Mr. Hazen, May 1, 1914 Printed for distributio7t and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 17. 

22. Forty-sixth Annual Report of the Department of Marine and Fisheries, 1912-13. — Fisheries. 

Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, January 19, 1914. 

Printed for distribution ana sessional papers. 

23. Supplement to the Forty-sixth Annual R-eport of the Department of Marine and Fishei-ies 

for the fiscal year 1912-13. — Steamboat Inspection Report. Presented by Hon. Mr. 
Hazen, March 27, 1914 Printed for distributi07i a7id sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 18. 

24. Report of the Postmaster General, for the year ended March 31, 1913. Presented by Hon. 

Mr. Pelletier, March 12, 1914 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 19. 

(This volume is bound in two parts.) 

25. Annual Report of the Department of the Interior, for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1913. 

— Volume I. Presented by Hon. Mr. Roche., February 23, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

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-25. Annual Report of the Department of the Ititerior, for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1913. 
— Volume II. Presented by Hon. MrVRoche, March 9, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 20. 

25c.' Report of Progress of Strearn Measurements, for the calendar year 1913, prepared under 
the direction of F. H. Peters, C.E.. Commissioner of Irrigation. Presented by Hon. 
Mr. Roche, March 26, 1914 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

25d. Twefth Report of the Geographic Board of Canada, for the year ending June 30. 1913. 
Presented by Hon. Mr. Roche, February 2, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21. 

25^. Manitoba Water-powers, 

25/. Railway Belt Hydrographic Survey for 1911-1912. Presented, 1914. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 22. 

26. Summary Report of the Geological Survey, Department of Mines, for the calendar year 

1912. Presented by Hon. Mr. Coderre, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

26a. Summary Report of the Mines Branch for the calendar year 1912. Presented 1914. 

Printed for distribiUion and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 23. 

27. Report of the Department of Indian Affairs for the year ended March 31, 1913. Presented 

by Hon. Mr. Roche, January 27, 1914 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 24. 

28. Report of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police, 1913. Presented by Hon. Mr. Borden, 

January 19, 1914 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

28a. Statement of Magisterial cases entered, and convictions obtained by the Royal Northwest 
Mounted Police in the Provinces of Alberta and Sasl<atchewan, the Yukon Territory 
and a portion of Manitoba, during the years 1909 to 1913. Presented by Hon. Mr. 
Borden, February 16, 1914 Not printed. 

29. Report of the Secretary of State of Canada for the year ended March 31, 1913. Presented 

by Hon. Mr. Coderre, February 9, 1914. . . .Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

29o. Report of the Secretary of State for External Affairs for the year ended March 31, 1913. 
Presented by Hon. Mr. Borden, January 19, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 25. 

29c. Documents re Constitutional History of Canada. — (Senate). 

Printed for di'Stribution and sessional papers. 

29c. Public Archives. — Documents relating to the Constitutional History of Canada, 1791-1818, 
selected and edited with notes by Arthur G. Doughty and Duncan A. McArthur. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Coderre, March 27, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 26. 

30. The Civil Service List of Canada, 1913. Presented, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

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

31, 1913. Presented by Hon. Mr. Coderre, March 18, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessio7ial papers. 

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

ended March 31, 1913. Presented by Hon.' Mr. Coderre, March 11, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 27. 

33. The Report of the Joint Librarians of Parliament. Presented by the Hon. The Speaker, 

January 15, 1914 Not printed, 

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

March 31, 1913 Printed for distribution and sessioanl papers. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 27— Continued. 

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

31, 1913. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hughes, March 9, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

36. Report of the Department of Labour for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1913. Presented 

by Hon. Mr. Crothers, January 19, 1914. . . .Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

36«- Sixth Report of the Registrar of Boards of Conciliation and Investigation of the proceed- 
ings under "The Industrial Disputes Investigation Act, 1907," for the fiscal year ending 
March 31, 1913. Presented by Hon. Mr. Crothers, January 19, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

36b. Report on Strikes and Lockouts in Canada, from 1901 to 1912. Presented by Hon. Mr. 
Crothers, January 19, 1914 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

37. Ninth Annual Report of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway, for the year 

ended March 31, 1913. Presented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, January 22, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

37a. Inteiim Report of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway, for the nine 
months ended December 31, 1913. Presented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, February 18. 1914. 

Not printed. 

38. Report of the Department of the Naval Service, for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1913. 

Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, January 22, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 28. 

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

Oi State of Canada, since last return (4th December, 1912) submitted to the Parliament 
of Canada under Section 32 of Chapter 19, of the Revised Statutes of Canada, 1906. 
Presented by Hon. Mr. Coderre, January 22, 1914 Not printed. 

40. Return to an Order of the House of April 7, 1913, for a copy of all accounts, vouchers and 

charges incurred by and relating to the Lobster Hatchery and Patrol Boat Davis dur- 
ing the season of 1912, to December 31, 1912, with the names of the officers and crews, 
and the wages paid to each. Presented January 19, 1914. — Mr. Kyte Not printed. 

41. Return to an Order of the House April 21, 1913, for a Return showing the names and th» 

respective ranks and positions of the officers now on duty on the Niobe at Halifax, 
under the Department of Naval Affairs ; the number of men now on duty as seamen or 
other like positions on the Niobe ; the number of men dropped from the service on tha 
N.iobe since July 1, 1912 ; and if any efforts have been made to recruit men for th« 
Niobe since July 1, 1912. Presented January 19, 1914. — Mr. Macdonald. . .Not printed, 

42. Return to an Order of the House of May 12, 1913. — 1. For a Return showing the respective 

names, duties and salaries of Officials of the Immigration Department of both Inside and 
Outside Service on March 31, 1911. 
2, The respective names, duties and salaries of Officials of the Immigration Department of 
both Inside and Outside Service on March 31, 1913. Presented January 19, 1914. — Mr. 
Oliver Not printed. 

43. Return to an Order of the House of February 24, 1913, for a copy of all regulations relat- 

ing to the disposition of Dominion Lands made by the Minister of the Interior from 
October 12, 1911, to January 1, 1912, and of the regulations for the placing of half- 
breed scrip on homestead or other lands, made by the Minister of the Interior from 
October 12, 191i; to January 1, 1912. Presented January 19, 1914. — Mr. Oliver. 

Not printed. 

44. Return to an Order of the House of January 15, 1913, for a copy of all charges, correspond- 

ence, letters, telegrams nd other documents relative to the dismissal of Horace Rind- 
ress, Quarantine Medical Officer at North Sydney, in the Riding of North Cape Breton 
and Victoria, and of the evidence taken and report of investigation held by H. P. Duche- 
min, in regard to same, and a detailed statement of the expenses of such investigation. 
Presented January 19, 1914. — Mr. McKenzie Not printed. 

44a. Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of December 11, 1912, for a copy of all 
papers, documents and correspondence relating to the dismissal of A. T. Doucet, Post- 
master and Collector of Customs at Salmon River, Digby County, N.S. Presented 
January 19, 1914. — Mr. Maclean {Halifax) Not printed. 

44&. Return to an Order of the House of April 21,1913, for a copy of the charges made against 
Alexis Bourque, Storm Signal Agent at Bonaventure, on which he was dismissed by the 
Minister of Marine and Fisheries, and a copy of all letters and other documents bearing 
on the appointment of his successor. Presented January 23, 1914. — Mr. Marcil (Bona- 
venture) Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 28— Continued. 

44c. Return to an Order of the House of January 29, 1913, for a copy of all letters, petitions, 
telegrams, complaints, evidence, reports and other papers and dpcuments in the posses- 
sion of the Department of Marine and Fisheries, or any Department of the Government, 
relating to the dismissaJ of Patrick Conway, Lightkeeper at White Head Island, N.S., 
and if there was an investigation the names of the witnesses, a copy of the evidence, 
and a detailed statement of the expenses of such investigation. Presented January 21, 
1914._iJ/,-. Sinclair ^o* pnnted. 

44d. Return to an Order of the House of May 7, 1913, for a copy of all papers, documents, tele- 
grams and correspondence in connection wifh the dismissal of Captam Wm. Smith, 
Coxswain, of the lifeboat at Blanche, Shelburne County, N.S. Presented January 21. 
1914— Mr. Laiv ^ot printed. 

44e. Return to an Order of the House of March 3, 1913, for a Return showing in detail the 
numlier of dismissals from public offices and positions of employment by the present 
Government since the 11th day of October, 1911, to this date, in the County of King's, 
Prov nee of Nova Scotia, in connection with any of the Departments of the public ser- 
vice, not including cases in which orders have already passed ; together with the names 
of th" dismissed officials or employees, the reason for their respective dismissals, the 
complaints or charges against them, and by whom made : together with a copy of all 
correspondence, letters, telegrams and other communications with respect to each such 
case of dismissal, and of all minutes of evidence of investigations, where any such were 
held, and of all reports relating to such dismissals now in the possession of any of the 
Departments of the Government, also the names of all parties appointed to fill the 
vacmcies caused by such dismissals, and the names of the persons by whom the same 
have be^>n respectivelv recommended for appointment ; together with a detailed state- 
ment of all amounts and expenses paid, or to be paid, by any Department in connection 
with the said dismissals and investigations or removals from office. Presented January 
21, 1914.— A/r. McKenzie ^o( printed. 

44/. Return to an Order of the House of the 2ard April, 1913, for a copy of the charges made 
by Messrs. J. A. Mousseau, A. Godbout and J. Blondin. against Jos. E. A. Landry, 
keeper of the lighthouse at St. Omer, Quebec, on which he was dismissed for alleged 
political partisanship. Presented January 21, 1914. — Mr. Marcil (Bonaventure). 

Not pHnted. 

44f;. Return to an Order of the House of the 29th Januaryvl913, for a copy of all charges, cor- 
respondence, letters, telegrams and other documents relating to the dismissal of Colin 
Mclsaac, preventive officer at Port Hood, Inverness County, N.S. Presented January 
21, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (Inverness) Not printed. 

447*. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th May, 1913, for a copy of all petitions and 
correspondence/ relating to the dismissal of Mr. Pesha, postmaster at Kent Bridge, 
Ontario. Presented January 22, 1914.— Sir W. Laurier Not printed. 

4-4*. Return to an Order of the House of the 29th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, peti- 
tions, telegrams, complaints, evidence, reports and other papers and documents in the 
possession of the Post OfTice Department or any department of the Government, relating 
to the dismissal of John F. Reeves, postmaster at Mulgrave, N.S.. and if there was an 
investigation, the names of all witnesses examined, a copy of the evidence, and a 
detailed statement of the expenses of such investigation. Presented January 22, 1914. — 
Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

44;. Return to an Order of the House of the 29th January, 1913, for a copy of all charges, corre- 
spondence, letters, telegrams and other documents relating to the dismissal of Havelock 
McLeod, postmaster at Big Intervale, North East Margaree, Inverness County, Nova 
Scotia. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (.Inverness) Not printed. 

44fc. Return to an Order of the House of the 21st April, 1913, for a copy of all documents, peti- 
tions, correspondence, messages, inquiries, reports, &c., relating to the dismissal of S. 
Lapointe, postmaster of St. Eloi. County of Temiscouata, and to the appointment of his 
successor. Presented January 22, 1914. — Jkfr. Gauvrcau Not printed. 

44Z. Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd February, 1913. for a copy of all correspond- 
ence, letters, telegrams and other documents relative to the dismissal of M'^illiam Bow, 
postmaster at Winchester Village, County of Dundas, and of all recommendations for 
the appointment of his successor. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. MacNutt. 

Not printed. 

44Tn. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th March, 1913, for a copy of all charges, cor- 
respondence, letters, telegrams, petitions and other documents relating to the dismissal 
of Mrs. Ellen O'Neil. postmistress at O'Neil's post office. Parish of Moncton, County of 
Westmorland, New Brunswick, and of all evidence, if any, taken in regard to the same, 
and of all reports concerning same ; and also a copy of all recommendations, correspond- 
ence, letters, telegrams, petitions and other documents relating to the appointment of a 
successor, or of Robert C. Kelly as po.stmaster of or at the said O'Neil pest otfice, and 
of .ill reports, if any, as to the proper location of the office. Presented January 22, 1914. 
—Mr. Emmerson Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S-~Continued. 

44"- Return to an Order of the House of the 21st April, 1913. for a copy of the charges made 
aj,'ain.st Alex. Labillois, postmaster of Miguasha, on which his dismissal took place, and 
of all letters and documents regarding the appointment of John Caissy in his place. 
Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Marcil (Bonaventure) Net printed. 

44o. Return to an Order of the House of the 21st April, 1913, for a copy of all letters and 
other documents containing evidence or charges against Madame Z. Marcotte, post- 
mistress of Nouvelle West, Bonaventure County, on which the Postmaster General acted 
In removing her from office, and .also of letters ajid other documents regarding the 
appointment of Mr. Lazare Fallu in her stead. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. 
Marcil ( Bonuventure) Not printed. 

44P- Return to an Order of the House of the 28th April, 1913, for a copy of all complaints, 
accusations, correspondence, petitions, and telegrams respecting the dismissal ol Joseph 
Verault, postmaster at Guay, County of L^vis, of the evidence and report made follow- 
ing the inquiries held by the Inquiring Commissioner Smith and the inquiring Commis- 
sioner Jolicojur in this matter ; also the names of the witnesses summoned and heard, 
with a copy of the evidence heard at each inquiry, the names of those who represented 
the Government at these inquiries, and a detailed statement of the expenses caused by 
thesj inquiries, with a copy of all documents respecting the appointment of his successor, 
such as petitions, letters of recommendation, &c. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. 
Bourassa Not printed. 

44<7- Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd June, l913, for a copy of all telegrams, papers 
and correspondence in the possession of the Post Office Department, or with any of the 
officials thereof, regarding the removal from office of the postmaster of Osage, 
Saskatchewan, and of the appointment of a successor thereto ; and of all correspondence 
bearing upon the said removal or appointment with the post office inspector for that por- 
tion of the province of Saskatchewan, and of all other letters and documents with 
respect thereto. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Carvell Not printed. 

44''- Retu.n to an Order of the House of the 29th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, peti- 
tions, telegrams, complaints, evidence, reports and other papers and documents in the 
possession of the Post Office Department, or any department of the Government, relating 
to the dismissal of George Taylor, postmaster at Bickerton, N.S., and if there was an 
investigation, the names of all witnesses examined, a copy of the evidence and a detailed 
statement of the expenses of such investigation. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. 
Sinclair Not printed. 

44*. Return to an Order of the House of the 21st April, 1913, for a copy of all correspondence, 
tele.grams, complaints, affidavits, reports, recommendations, requests, certificates and 
other documents, relating to the dismissal of Mademoiselle Paul Hus. as postmistress of 
the Parisli Ste. Victoire, County of Richelieu, and the appointment of Mr. Paul Bardier, 
of the same place, as postmaster. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Cardin. 

Not printed. 

44*- Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd March, 1913, for a copy of all charges, corre- 
spondence, letters, telegrams and other documents relating to the dismissal of Parker 
S. Hart, postmaster at South Manchester, Guysborough County, N.S., and of all evidence 
taken and report of investigation held by H. P. Duchemin in regard to the same, and 
also a detailed statement of the expenses of such investigation. Presented January 22, 
1914. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

44«. Return to an Order of the House of the 17th P'ebruary, 1913, for a copy of all complaints 
anl charges made against Charles L. Gass, late postmaster at Bayfield, Antigonish 
County, of the evidence taken, if any, before Commissioner Duchemin. and of his report 
thereon, and of all letters, telegrams and documents of every kind relating to his dis- 
missal and the appointment of his successor. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Chis- 
holm (Antigonish) Not printed. 

44v. Return to an Order of the House of the 27th January, 1913, for a copy of all documents, 
correspondence, letters, reports, &c., relating to the dismissal of Madame Belzil, post- 
mistress at St. Octave, County of Rimouski, and the appointment of her successor. Pre- 
sented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Lapoiate (Kamouraska) Not printed. 

44w. Return to an Order of the House, of the 9th April, 1913, for a copy of all charges, corre- 
spondence, telegrams and other documents relating to the dismissal of John McDonnell, 
postmaster at Essex, Inverness County, Nova Scotia. Presented January 22, 1914. — 
Mr. Chisholm (Inverness) Not printed. 

44^- Return to an Order of the House of the 31st March, 1913, for a copy of all letters, tele- 
grams ajid documents in connection with the d'smissal of James Bain, from the post- 
mastership of Ninga post ofliee, Ninga, Manitoba. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. 
Turriff Not printed. 

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nents or any Kina wnaiBL>ever leiaLiug uu mc i.icmh.ooc^. ^^ ^.^.^^ ^^- — 

County, by the present administration, not already ordered and brought 
;ed January 22, 1914. — Mr. Marcil (Bonaventure) Not printed. 



CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

44j/. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th April, 1913, for a copy of all letters, petitions, 
telegrams, complaints, reports and other papers and documents in the possession of the 
Post Office Department, relating to the dismissal of William McKinnon, postmaster at 
Erinville, Guysborough County, N.S., and the appointment of Daniel Kenny as suc- 
cessor ; and if there was an investigation in connection with the dismissal of the said 
William McKinnon, the names of all witnesses examined, a copy of the evidence and 
report of the commissioner, and a detailed statement of the expenses of such investiga- 
tion. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

44«. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th May. 1913, for a copy of all correspondence, 
evidence and reports in connection with the dismissal of J. N. Cloutier, postmaster at 
St. Benoit Labre, County of Beauce, Quebec. Presented January 22, 1914.— Afr. Behind. 

Not x>^'''"'t^'^- 

44 (2a). Return to an Order of the House of the I2th February, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams, papers and documents relative to the dismissal of Mrs. Weave, postmistress 
at Coal Creek, Queens County, N.B., and of the appointment of Michael L. Kno::. Pre- 
sented January 22, 1914.— 3/r. McLean (Simburp) Not printed. 

44 (2b) Return to an Order of the House of the 26th May, 1913, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence and documents of any kind whatsoever relating to the dismissal of postmasters 
in Bonaventure 
down. Presented 

44 (2c). Return to an Order of the House of the 28th April, 1913, for a copy of all petitions, 
complaints, and correspondence containing any charges against Alexander Fraser, post- 
master at Fraser's Grant, Antigonish County, N.S., and of all other documents and 
correspondence on the file in relation thereto. Presented January 22, 1914. — 3Ir. Chis- 
holm (Antigonish) ■N'ot printed. 

44 (2d). Partial return to an Order of the House of the 10th December, 1912, for a return show- 
ing all public offlcors removed by the present Government in the District of Portneuf, 
together with the name and duties of each person, the reasons for their dismissal, the 
nature of the complaints brought against them, also a copy of all correspondence relat- 
ing thereto and reports of inquiries in cases where such were held. Presented January 
22, mi.— Mr. Delisle 7^. ^ot printed. 

44 (2e). Retui-n to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913, for a return showing a 
list of the postmasters dismissed or removed by the present Government in the County 
of Two Mountains, the names of such persons, the reason for their dismissal, the nature 
of the complaints brought aginst them, and a copy of all correspondence and petitions 
relating thereto, and reports of inquiry in the cases where such have been held ; also the 
names of their successors. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Ethier . . . .Not printed. 

44 (2/). Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913, for a copy of all charges, 
correspondence, letters, telegrams and other documents relative to the dismissal of 
Thomas Chalmer McLean, postmaster at Ivera, Middle River, Riding of North Capa 
Breton and Victoria, N.S., and of the evidence taken and reports of investigation held by 
H. P. Duchemin in regard to the same, and a detailed statement of the expenses of such 
investigation. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. McKenzie Not printed. 

44 (2f7). Return to an Order of the House of the 29th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams, reports and other documents relative to the dismissal of C!. P. Blanchard, 
po.stmaster at Truro, Nova Scotia, and the appointment of his successor. Presented 
January 22, 1914.— -itfr. Macdonald Not printed. 

44 (2A). Return to an Order of the House of the 29th January, 1913, for a copy of all papers, 
documents, evidence, reports, letters, correspondence, &c., relating to the dismissal of 
Samuel Atwood, Atwood's Brook, Shelburne County, N.S. Presented January 22, 
1914. — Mr. Law Not printed. 

44 (2»). Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd February, 1913, for a return showing th« 
names of the postmasters in the County of Berthier dismissed since the 21st September, 
1911; their respective parishes, the date of their dismissals and the reason alleged; if 
an inquiry was held in each case; on whose recommendation were these dismissals 
made ; the names of those appointed as their successors and on whose recommendation 
were they appointed. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. B6land Not printed. 

44 (2j). Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd March, 1913, for a copy of all complaints, 
accusations, correspondence, petitions and telegrams, respecting the dismissal of Wilfrid 
Pellemarre, postmaster at Hervey Junction, County of Portneuf, and of all documents 
respecting the appointment of his successor, such as petitions, letters of recommenda- 
tion. &c., and also of the evidence and reports made after the inquiry held by the 
inquiring commissioner ; together with a detailed statement of the expenses caused by 
Ihis inquiry. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Delisle .< Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

44 ^2A:). Return to an Order of the House of the lOlh February, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
petitions, telegrams, complaints, evidence, reports and other papers and documents in 
the possession of the Post Office Department, or any department of the Government, 
relating to the dismissal of Rufus D. Carrigan, postmaster at Sand Point, Guysborough 
County, N.S., and if there was an investigation, the names of all witnesses examined, 
and a detailed statement of the expenses of such investigation. Presented January 22, 
1914.- -Mr. Si7iclair Not printed. 

44 (21)- Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913, for a copy of all charges, 
correspondence, letters, telegram.s and other documents relative to the dismissal of 
Daniel Dunlop, postmaster at New Campbellton, Riding of North Cape Breton and Vic- 
toria, N.S., and of the evidence taken and reports of the investigation held by H .P. 
Duchemin in regard to the same, and a detailed statement of the expenses of such 
investigation. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. McKenzie Not printed. 

44 (2m). Return to an Order of the House of the 9th April, 1913, for a copy of all charges, corre- 
spondence, telegrams and other documents relating to the dismissal of Duncan Cameron, 
postmaster at Craigmore, Inverness County, Nova Scotia. Presented January 22, 1914. 
— Mr. Chisholm (Inverness) Not printed. 

44 (2n). Return to an Order of the House of the 29th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams, reports, charges and other documents relating to the dismissal of Angus 
Cameron, late postmaster at Fairlight, Sask., and of the evidence taken at the investi- 
gation held by Mr. Dorsett. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Turriff ... .Not printed. 

44 (2o). Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January. 1913, for a copy of all docu- 
ments, correspondence, petitions and telegrams respecting the dismissal of M. Sauriol, 
postmaster of St. Janvier, County of Terrebonne, and the appointment of his successor. 
Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Ethier Not printed. 

44 (2p.) Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd June, 1913, for a copy of all petitions, 
letters, telegrams and resolutions in connection with the changes made in the names of 
the post offices at Letches Creek Crossing and Letches Creek, North Cape Breton, N.S., 
the dismissal of Donald Jiohnston, the former postmaster at Letches Creek, and the 
appointment of his successor. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. McKenzie. 

Not printed. 

44 (2<?). Return to an Order of the House of the 27th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
docuinents, telegr-ams, reports, corresnondence and recommendations in any way relat- 
ing to the dismissal of James McLees, postmaster at Bishop Mills. County of Grenville, 
Province of Ontario, and the appointment of his successor. Presented January 22, 1914. 
— Mr. Proulx Not printed. 

44 (2r). Return to an Order of the House of the 9th April, 1913, for a copy of all charges, 
correspondence, telegrams and other documents relating to the dismissal of Mrs. Sarah 
C. Rankin, postmistress at S. W. Ridge Mabou, Inverness County, Nova Scotia. Pre- 
sented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (Inverness) Not printed. 

44 (2s). Partial Return to an Order of the House of the 19th March, 1913, for a Return show- 
ing In detail the number of dismissals from the public service during the period from 
June 23, 189C), to September 21, 1911, in the County of Cumberland, Nova Scotia, in 
connection with any department of the public service ; together with the names of the 
dismissed officials or employees, their ages at the time of entering the public service, 
the length of their period of service with dates, the amount of their remuneration, the 
reason for their respective dismissals, the complaints or charges against them, and by 
whom made ; together with a copy of all correspondence, letters, telegrams and other 
communication with respect to each such case of dismissal, and of all minutes of evi- 
dence on investigation, where any such were held, and of all reports relating to such 
dismissals now in the possession of any of the departments of the government ; also the 
names of all persons appointed to fill vacancies caused by such dismissals, their ages 
at the date of appointment, the amount of their remuneration, and the names of the 
persons by whom the same have been respectively recommended for appointment : 
together with a detailed statement of all amounts and expenses paid by any department 
in connection with said dismissals and investigations or removal from office. Presented 
January 22, 1914. — Mr. Rhodes Not printed. 

44 (20- Partial Return to an Order of the House of the 29th April. 1913, for a Return show- 
ing all employees of the Dominion dismissed in the County of Three Rivers and St. 
Maurice since October 15, 1911, to date, the date of dismissal, the employment of each 
man, the salary he was receiving at the time of his dismissal, the reason for dismissal, 
whether there has been an investigation or not, with the names and places of residence 
of the men appointed to replace them. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Bureau. 

Not printed. 

44 (2m). Partial Return to an Order of the House of the 10th December, 1912, for a return 
showing the number of dismissals from public offices by the present Government to this 
date in the constituency of Regina, together with the names of the dismissed officials, 
the reasons for their dismissals, the complaints against such officials, and a cony of all 
correspondence relating thereto and rep-orts of inquiries in cases where such have been 
held in respect of the same. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Martin (Regina). 

Not printed, 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

44 (2v). Return to an Order of the House of the 10th December, 1912, for a return showing 
all the public officers dismissefl by the present Government in the electoral district of 
Kamouraska, with the names and duties of such persons respectively, the reason for 
their dismissal, the nature of the complaints brought against them, also of all corre- 
spondence relating thereto and reports of inquiries in cases where such have been held. 
Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Lapointe ( E<irnouraska) Not pi-intcd. 

44 (2«J). Partial Return to an Order of the House of the 10th February, 1913, for a return 
showing in detail the number of dismissals from public offices by the present Govern- 
ment to this date in the County of Prince, Prince Eklward Island, giving the names of 
the dismissed officials, the reasons for their dismissal, the complaints against such 
officials and a copy of all the correspondence with respect to the same and of all notes 
of evidence and reports of investigations where such were held ; also the names of all 
parties appointed to fill the vacancies caused by such dismissals and the names of the 
.persons by whom the same have been recommended for appointment. Presented 
January 22, 1914. — Mr. Richards Not printed. 

44 (2x). Return to an Order of the House of the 10th December, 1912, for a return show;ng 
the detail and number of dismissals from public oftires by thb present Government to 
this date in the riding of Strathcona, together with the names of the dismissed occu- 
pants, the reasons for their dismissal, the complaints against such officials, and a copy 
of all correspondence with respect to the same, and of all reports of investigations, 
where such were held. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Douglas Not printed. 

44 (2i/). Partial Return to an Order of the House of the 10th December, 1912, for a return 
showing the detail and number of dismissals from public offices by the present Govern- 
ment to this date in the riding of Saltcoats, Sask., together with the names of the dis- 
missed occupants, the reasons for their dismissal, the complaints against such officials, 
and a copy of all correspondence with respect to the same, and all reports of investi- 
gations, in cases where such were held. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. MacNutt. , 

Not printed. 

44 (2a). Return to an Order of the House of the 28th April, 1913. for a return showing all 
employees dismissed in the County of Champlain since October 1.^, 1911. to date, the 
employment of each man, the salary each was receiving at the time of his dismissal, 
the reasons for dismissals, whether there has been any investigation or not. with the 
names and places of residence of the men appointed to replace them. Presented 
Januai\y 22, 1914. — Mr. Bureau Not printed. 

44 (3a). Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd March, 1913, for a return showing in 
detail the number of dismissals from public offices and position of employment, by the 
present Government since the 11th day of October, 1911, to this date, in the County of 
Cumberland, Nova Scotia, not including those for which returns have already been 
ordered, in connection with any of the departments of the public service ; together with 
the names of the dismissed officials or employees, the reason for their respective dis- 
missals, the complaints or charges against them, and by whom made ; together with a 
copy of all correspondence, letters, telegrams and other communications with respect to 
each such case of dismissal, and of all minutes of evidence of investigations, where any 
such were held, and of all reports relating to such dismissals now in the possession of 
any of the departments of the government ; also the names of all parties appointed to 
fill the vacancies caused by such dismissals, and the names of the persons by whom the 
same have been respectively recommended for appointment ; together with a detailed 
statement of all amounts and expenses paid by any department in connection with the 
said dismissals and investigations or removal from office. Presented January 22, 1914. 
— Mr. Kyte Not printed. 

44 (Sb). Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd February, 1913, for a return showing in 
detail the number of dismissals from public offices and positions of employment, by the 
present Government since the first day of October, 1911, to this date, in the County of 
Westmorland, New Brunswick, in connection with any of the departments of the public 
service ; together with the names of the dismissed officials or employees, the reason for 
their respective dismissals, the complaints or charges against them, and by whom made, 
save and except the case of George H. Cochrane, Collector of Customs at Moncton (the 
papers for which have been already moved for) ; together with a copy of all corre- 
spondence, letters, telegrams and other communications with respect to each such case 
of dismissal, and of all minutes of evidence of investigations, where any such were held, 
and of all reports relating to such dismissals now in the possession of any of. the 
departments of government, or of the Government Railways Managing Board, or of 
the officials of the Intercolonial and the Prince Kdward Island Railway; also the n.imes 
of all parties appointed to fill the vacancies caused by such dismissals, and the names 
of the persons by whom the same have been respecitvely recommended for appointment; 
together with a detailed statement of all amounts and expenses paid by any department 
in connection with the said dismissals and investigations or removals from office. Pre- 
sented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Emmerson Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

44 (.3c). Partial Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd March, 1913, for a return showing 
in detail the .number of dismissals from public ofTices and positions of employment by 
the ])ret^ent (government since the 11th day of October, 1911, to this date, in the County 
of Annapols, Nova Scotia, in connection with any of the departments of the public ser- 
vice, but not including cases in which orders have already passed together with the 
names of the dismissed officials or employees, the reason for tlicir respective dismissals, 
the complaints or chai-ges against them, and by whom made; together with a copy of 
all correspondence, letters, telegrams and other communications with respect to each 
such case of dismissal, and of all minutes of evidence of investigations, where any such 
were held, and of all reports relating to such dismissals now in the possession of any 
of the departments of the Government ; also the names of all parties appointed to fill 
vacancies caused by such dismissals ,and the names of the persons by whom the same 
have been respectively recommended for appointment ; together with a detailed state- 
ment of all amounts and expenses paid by any department in connection with the said 
dismissals and investigations or removals from office. Presented January 22, 1914. — - 
Mr. Chishohn (Antioonish) Not printed. 

44 (3d). Return to an Order of the House of the 28th April, 1913, for a return showing all 
employees dismissed in the County of Nicolet since October 15, 1911, to date, the date 
of dismissal, the employment of each man, the salary he was receiving at the time of 
his dismissal, the reasons for dismissal, whether tliere has been an investigation or not, 
with the n.ames and places of residence of the men appointed to replace them. Pre- 
sented January 2L', 1914. — Mr. Bureau Not printed. 

44 (3e). Return to an Order of the House of the 29th January, 1913, for a return showing in 
detail the number of dismissals from public offices by the present Government to this 
date in the constituency of Victoria, Alberta, together with the names of the dismissed 
officials, the reason of their dismissal, the complaints against such officials, and a copy 
of all correspondence with respect to the same and of all notes of evidence and of the 
reports of investigations where such were held ; also the names of all parties appointed 
to fill the vacanc'es caused by such dismissals and the names of the persons by whom 
the saine have been recommended for appointment. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. 
White (Alberta) Not printed. 

44 (3/). Officials dismissed in the constituency of Shelburne and Queens, N.S. — (Senate). 

Not printed. 

44 (3(7). Postmasters dismissed in the County of Antigonish, N.S. — (Senate) Not printed. 

44 (3ft). Return to an Order of the House of the 29th January, 1913, for a copy of all charges, 
correspondence, letters, telegrams, and other documents relating to the dismissal of 
Dr. Freeman O'Neil, from the office of port physician at Louisburg, Cape Breton South', 
Nova Scotia, and of the evidence taken and reports of investigation held by H. P. 
Duchemin in regard to the same. Presented January 26, 1914. — Mr. Sinclair. 

Not printed. 

44 (3i). Partial Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd March, 1913, for a return showing 
in detail the number of dismissals from public offices and positions of employment by 
the present Government since the 11th day of October, 1911, to this date, in the County 
of Digby, Nova Scotia, in connection with any of the departments of the public ser- 
vice, but not including cases in which orders have already passed ; together with the 
names of the dismissed officials or employees, the reasons for their respective dismissals 
the complaints or charges against them, and by whom made ; together with a copy of 
all correspondence, letters, telegrams and other communications with respect to each 
such case of dismissal, and of all minutes of evidence of investigations, where any such 
were held, and of all reports relating to such dismissals now in the possession of any 
of the departments of the Government ; also the names of all parties appointed to fill 
the vacancies caused by such dismissals, and the names of the persons by whom the 
same have been respectively recommended for appointment ; together with a detailed 
statement of all accounts and expenses paid by any department in connection with the 
said dismissals and investigations or removals from office. And also — Supplementary 
return to an Order of the House of the 3rd March, 1913, for a return showing in detail 
the number of dismissals from public offices and positions of employment by the pre- 
sent Government since the 11th day of October, 1911, to this date, in the County of 
Digby, Nova Scotia, in connection with any of the departments of the public service, 
but not including cases in which orders have already passed ; together with the names' 
of the dismissed officials or employees, the reasons for their respective dismissals tha 
complaints or charges against them, and by whom made ; together with a copy of all 
correspondence, letters, telegrams and other communications with respect to each such 
case of dismissal, and of all minutes of evidence of investigations, where any such were 
held, and of all reports relating to such dismissals now in the possession of any of the 
departments of the Government ; also the names of all parties appointed to fill the 
vacancies caused by such dismissals, and the names of the persons by whom the same 
have been respectively recommended for appointment ; together with a detailed state- 
ment of all accounts and expenses paid by any department in connection with the said 
dismissals and investigations or removals from office. Presented Janaury 22, 1914. — 
Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S—C ontinued. 

44 (3;). Partial Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd March, 1913. for a return showing 
in detail the number of dismissals from public offices and positions of employment by 
the present Government since the 11th day of October, 1911, to this date, in the con- 
stituency of Queen's, Shelburne, Nova Scotia, in connection with any of the departments 
of the public service, not including cases in which orders have already been passed ; 
together with the names of the dismissed officials or employees, the reason for their 
respective dismissals, the complaints or charges against them, and by whom made ; 
together with a copy of all correspondence, letters, telegrams and other communications 
with respect to each such case of dismissal, and of all minutes of evidence of investi- 
gations, where any such were held and of all reports relating to such dismissals now 
in the possession of any of the departments of the Government, also the names of all 
parties appointed to fill the vacancies caused by such dismissals, and the names of the 
persons by whom the same have been respectively recommended for appointment ; 
together with a detailed statement of all amounts and expenses paid by any department 
in connection with the said dismissals and investigations of removals from office. Pre- 
sented January 27, 1914.— Mr. Law Not printed. 

44 (3fc). Partial Return to an Order of the House of the 19th March, 1913, for a list of public 
officers employed in the city of Quebec, in the Departments of Inland Revenue, Rail- 
ways and Canals, the Transcontinental Railway, Customs, Immigration, Marine and 
Fisheries, Public Works and Militia, the names and duties of such persons, the reason 
for their dismissal, the nature of the complaints brought against them, also a copy of 
all correspondence relating thereto, and of reports of inquiry in the cases where such 
inquiries were held. Presented January 26, 1914. — Mr. Lachance Not printed. 

44 (30- Return to an Order of the House of the 29th January, 1913, for a return showing all 
the public officers removed by the present Government in the District of Li'Assomption, 
together with the names and duties of such persons, the reasons for their dismissal, the 
nature of the complaints brought against them ; also a copy of all correspondence relat- 
ing thereto and reports of inquiries in cases where such were held, with the names of 
the successors of the dismissed officers. Presented January 26, 1914. — Mr. Sepuin. 

Not printed. 

44 (3m). Further Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 7th February, 1912, 
for a return showing for each department of the Government the names, post office 
addresses, offices, employment, and salaries of all persons employed either in the inside 
or outside' service thereof, and of such persons not in the Civil Service, employed by the 
Government in any department, on the tenth day of October, 1911, who have been 
removed from office or employment by dismissal ; specifying in each case the manner 
of and grounds of such dismissals and the length of notice given to the persons removed, 
and also indicating in each case whether an inquiry was or was not neld prior to such 
dismissal. Presented January 26, 1914. — Mr. Kyte Not printed. 

44 (3n). Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd March, 1913, for a return 
showing in detail the number of dismissals from public offices and positions of employ- 
ment by the present Government since the 11th day of October, 1911, to this date, in 
the County of Digby, Nova Scotia, in connection with any of the departments of th© 
public service, but not including cases in which orders have already passed ; togeaher 
with the names of the dismissed officials or employees, the reasons for their respective 
dismissals, the complaints or charges against them, and by whom made ; together with 
a copy of all correspondence, letters, telegrams and other communications with respect 
to each such case of dismissal, and of all minutes of evidence of investigations, where 
any such were held, and of all reports relating to such dismissals now in the possession 
of any of the departments of the Government; also the names of all parties appointed 
to fill the vacancies caused by such dismissals, and the names of the persons by whom 
the same have been respectively recommended for appointment ; together with a detailed 
statement of all accounts and expenses paid by any department in connection with the 
said dismissals and investigations or removals from office. Presented January 28, 1914. 
— Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

44 (So). Return to an Order of the House of the 26th May, 1913. for a copy of all correspond- 
ence.' telegrams, inquiries and reports respecting the dismissal of Philias Hable, light- 
keeper at St. I^uis de Lotbinifere, County of Lotbini^re, Quebec. Presented February 
4, 1914. — Mr. Fortier Not printed. 

44 (3P)- Return to an Order of the House of the 19th May, 1913, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence, complaints, petitions and reports conn€cted with the dismissal of Fishery Overseer 
Mi^neault at Seven Islands, and the appointment in his place of Elzear Levesque. Pre- 
sen^ted February 10, 1914. — Mr. B41and Not printed. 

44 (34)- Return to an Order of the House of the 28th April, 1913, for a return showing all 
employees di-smissed in the County of Maskinonge, since October 15, 1911, to date, the 
date of dismissal, the employment of each man, the salary he was receiving at the time 
of his dismissal, the reasons for dismissal, whether there has been investigation or not. 
and the nam«s and places of residence of the men apiwinted to repl-ace them. Presented 
February 10, 1914. — Mr. Bureau Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

44 (3r). Partial Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd March, 1913, for a return showing 
in detail the number of dismissals from public offices and positions of employment by 
the present Government since the 11th day of October, 1911, to this date, in the County 
of King's, Province of Nova Scotia, in connection with any of the departments of the 
public service, not including cases in which orders have already passed ; together with 
the names of the dismissed officials or employees, the reason for their respective dis- 
missals, the complaints or charges against them, and by whom made ; together with a 
copy of all correspondence, letters, telegrams and other communications with respect to 
each such case of dismissal, and of all minutes of evidence of investigations, where any 
such were held, and of all reports relating to such dismissals now in the possession of 
any of the departments of the Government, also the names of all parties appointed to 
fill the vacancies caused by such dismissals, and the names of the persons by whom the 
same have been respectively recommended for appointment ; together with a detailed 
statement of all amounts and expenses paid, or to be paid, by any department in con- 
nection with the said dismissals and investigations or removals from office. Presented 
February 10, 1914. — Mr. McKensie Not printed, 

44 (3a). Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd March, 1913, for a return showing in 
detail the number of dismissals from public office and positions of employment by the 
present Government since the 11th day of October, 1911, to this date, in the County of 
Colchester, Nova Scotia, in connection with any of the departments of the public ser- 
vice ; together with the names of the dismissed officials or employees, the reasons for 
their respective dismissals, the complaints or charges against them, and by whom made ; 
together with a copy of all correspondence, letters, telegrams and other communications 
with respect to each such case of dismissal, and of minutes of evidence of investigations, 
where any stich were held, and of all reports relating to such dismissals now in the 
possession of any of the departments of the Government ; also the names of all parties 
appointed to fill the vacancies caused by such dismissals, and the names of the persona 
by whom the same have been respectively recommended for appointment ; together with 
a detailed statement of all amounts and expenses paid by any department in connection 
with the said dismissals and investigations or reniovals from office. Presented 
February 10, 1914. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed, 

44 (30- Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd March, 1913, for a return showing in 
detail the number of dismissals from public offices and positions of employment by tha 
present Government since the 11th day of October, 1911, to this date, in the County of 
Hants, Nova Scotia, in connection with any of the departments of the public service, 
not including cases in which orders have already passed ; together with the name of th» 
dismissed officials or employees, the reason for their respective dismissals, the com- 
plaints or charges against them, and by whom made ; together with a copy of all corre- 
spondence, letters, telegrams ajid other communications with respect to each such casa 
of dismissal, and of all minutes of evidence of investigations, where any such were held, 
and of all reports relating to such dismissals now in the possession of any of the depart- 
ments of the Government ; also of the names of all parties appointed to fill the vacancies 
caused by such dismissals, and the names of the persons by whom the same have been 
respectively recommended for appointment ; together with a detailed statement of all 
amounts and expenses paid by any department in connection with the sai-d dismissals 
and investigations or removals from office. Presented February 10, 1914. — Mr. Chis- 
hohn (Inverness) Not printed. 

44 (3i«). Return to an Order of the House of the 10th December, 1912, for a copy of ail corre- 
spondence, documents, recommendations, and reports concerning the dismissal of Miss 
Eugenie Dorion, an employee in the office of the post office inspector at Quebec ; tho 
reasons for her dismissal, the nature of the complaints brought against her, if any, tl>« 
names of the persons who brought these complaints, also a copy of all correspnodence 
relating thereto, and the report of inquriy, if there was one held. Presented February 
20, 1914. — Mr. Wilson (Laval) Not printed. 

44 (3v). Return to Order of tlie House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all charges, 
correspondence, letters, telegrams and other documents in the possession of the Post 
Office Department, relating to the dismissal of James R. Laing, postmaster at Liscombe, 
N.S., and of the facts taken, and report of investigation in regard to the same, if any, 
a detailed statement of the expenses of such investigation, together with a copy of all 
recommendations, letters, telegrajns, and other papers relating to the appointment of 
his successor. Presented February 23, 1914. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

44 (310). Return to an Order of the House of the 5th June, 1913, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence, papers, &c., in connection with the dismissal of Mr. A. L. Des^ve, officer in charge 
of the fishery hatchery at Magog, Quebec, and the appointment of Mr. L.. A. Audet to 
the said position. Presented February 23, 1914. — Sir W. Laurier Not printed. 

44 (3x). Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a copy of all corre- 
spondence, telegrams and other documents relating to the removal of Jas. T. Richard- 
son as sub-Collector of Customs at Humboldt, Saskatchewan, and the appointment of a 
successor. Presented February 23, 1914. — Mr. Neely Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

44 (33/). Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 10th December, 1912, for a 
return showing the number of dismissals from public offices by the present Government 
to this date in the constituency of Regina, together with the names of the dismissed 
officials, the reasons for their dismissals, the complaints against such officials, and a 
copy of all correspondence with respect to the same, and of all reports of any investi- 
gations held in respect of the same. Presented February 24, 1914. — Mr. Martin 
(Regina ) Not printed. 

44 (3«). Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a copy of all papers, 
documents, correspondence, &:c., in connection with the ■■ -inissal of Mr. Hicks, of Bridge- 
town, N.S.. from the customs service in 1913. Presented February 24, 1914. — Mr. Mac- 
lean (Halifax) Not printed. 

44 (4o). Return to an Order of the House of the IGth February, 1914, for a copy of all letters, 
petitions, telegrams, complaints, evidence, reports and other papers and documents -in 
the possession of the Customs Department, relating to the dismissal of Ralph Harris, 
sub-collector of customs at Pelee Island, Ont., and if there was an investigation, the 
names of all the witnesses, and a copy of the evidence ; and also of all the papers con- 
nected with the appointment of his successor. Presented February 26, 1914.— ril/r. 
Clarke ( Essex) Not printed. 

44 (4b). Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a copy of all letters, 
petition.s, telegrams, complaints, evidence, reports and other papers and documents in 
the possession of the Customs Department, relating to the dismissal of Aylmer Orton, 
customs officer at Windsor. Ont., and if there was an investigation, the names of all the 
witnesses, and a_copy of the evidence ; and also of all the papers connected with the 
appointment of his successor. Presented February 26, 1914. — Mr. Clarke (Essex). 

Not printed. 

44 (4c). Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a copy of all letters, 
petitions, telegrams, complaints, evidence, reports and other papers and documents in 
the possession of the Customs Department, relating to the dismissal of Frederick For- 
ster, sub-collector of customs at Kingsville, Ont.. and if there was an investigation, the 
names of all the witnesses, and a copy of the evidence ; and also of all the papers con- 
nected with the appointment of his successor. Presented February 26, 1914.- — Mr. 
Clarke (Essex) .> Not printed. 

44 (Ad). Retuin to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a copy of all letters, 
petitions, telegrams, complaints, evidence, reports and other papers and documents in 
the possession of the Interior Department, relating to the dismissal of Andrew Darragh, 
immigration officer at Windsor, Ont., and if there was an investigation, the names of 
all the witnesses, and a copy of the evidence ; and also of all the papers connected with 
the appointment of his successor. Presented March 2, 1914. — Mr. Clarke (Essex). 

Not printed. 

44 (4e). Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a copy of all letters, 
petitions, telegrams, complaints, evidence, reports and other papers and documents in 
the possession of the Interior Department, relating to the dismissal of John Halstead, 
immigration officer at Windsor, Ont., and if there was an investigation, the names ol 
all the witnesses, and a copy of the evidence ; and also of all the papers connected with 
the appointment of his successor. Presented March 2, 1914. — Mr. Clarke (Essex). 

Not printed. 

44 (4/). Return to an Order of the House of the 26th May, 1913, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence, telegrams, inquiries, and reports, respecting the dismissal of Napoleon Daigle, 
lighthouse keeper at Barre a Boulard, Parish of St. Louis de LotbiniSre, Quebec. Pre- 
sented March 2, 1914. — Mr. Fortier Not printed. 

44 (4y). Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 19th March, 1913, for a return 
showing in detail the number of dismissals from the public service during the period 
from June 23, 1896, to September 21, 1911, in the County of Cumberland, Nova Scotia, 
in connection with any department of the public service ; together with the names of 
the dismissed officials or employees, their ages at the time of entering the public ser- 
vice, the length of their period of service with dates, the amount of their remuneration, 
the reason for their respective dismissals, the complaints or charges against them, and 
by whom made ; together with a copy of all correspondence, letters, telegrams .and other 
communications with respect to each such case of dismissals, and of all minutes of evi- 
dence on investigation, where any such were held, and of all reports relating to such 
djsmissals now in the possession of any of the departments of the government ; also the 
names of all persons appointed to fill vacancies caused by such dismissals, their ages 
at the date of appointment, the amount ef their remuneration, and the names of the 
persons by whom the same have been respectively recommended for appointment; 
together with a detailed statement of all amounts and expenses paid by any department 
in connection with said dismissals and investigations or removal from office. Presented 
March 2, 1914. — Mr. Rhodes Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

44 (4ft). Return to an Orjier of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a copy of all letters, 
petitions, telegrams, complaints, evidence, reports and other papers and documents in 
the possession of the Department of the Postmaster General, relating to the dismissal 
of James H. Smart, postmaster at Kingsville, Ont, and if there was an investigation, 
the names of all the witnesses and a copy of the evidence ; and also of all the papers 

connected with the appointment of his successor. Presented March 2, 1914 Mr 

Clarke ( Essex) '^ot printed. 

44 (4t). Return to an Order of the House of the 11th February, 1914, for a copy of all papers, 
letters and documents of every kind relating to the dismissal of Jphn A. Roy from the 
position of postma.ster at Maitland, County of Hants. Presented March 2, 1914. — .1/r. 
Macdonald j^ot printed. 

44 (4;). Return to an Order of the Hou-se of the 11th February, 1914, for a copy of all papers, 
letters and documents of every kind relating to the dismissal of Thomas Nelson, frorn 
the position of postmaster at Scotch Village, County of Hants. Presented March 2, 
1914. — Mr. Macdonald 2Vot printed'. 

44 (4fc). Return to an Order of the House of the 11th February, 1914, for a copy of all papers, 
letters and documents of every kind relating to the dismissal of Albert McHeffey from 
the position of postmaster at Shubenacadie, County of Hants. Presented March -2, 1914. 
—Mr. Macdonald ^ot printed. 

44 (40- Return to an Order of the House of the 11th February, 1914, for a copy of all papers, 
letters and documents of every kind relating to the dismissal of C. Stewart McPhee from 
the position of postmaster at Enfield, County of Hants. Presented INIarch 2, 1914.— 
Mr. Macdonald 2<rot printed. 

44 (4Mi). Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return showing in 
detail the number of dismissals from public offices and positions of employment by the 
present Government since the first day of February, 1913, to date, in the County of 
Westmorland, New Brunswick, in connection with any of the departments of the public 
service, except the Post Office Department ; together with the names of the dismissed 
officials or employees, the reasons for their respective dismissal, the complaints or 
charges against them, and by whom made ; together with a copy of all correspondence, 
letteis, telegrams and other communications with respect to each such case of dismissal, 
and of all minutes of evidence of investigations, where any such were held, and of all 
reports relating to such dismissals now in the possession of any of the departments of 
the government, or of the Government Railway Managing Board, or of the officials of 
the Intercolonial and the Prince Edward Island Railways ; also the names of all parties 
appointed to fill the vacancies caused by such dismissals, and the names of the persons 
by whom the same have been respectively recommended for appointment ; together with 
a detailed statement of all amounts and expenses paid by any department in connection 
with the said dismissals and investigations or removals from office. Presented March 
3, 1914. — Mr. Emmerson j^^q^ printed. 

44 (4m). Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters 
documents, telegrams, reports, correspondence and recommendations in any way relating 
to the dismissal of D. Dishaw, employee of the Marine shipyard at Prescott, Ontario' 
Presented March 3, 1914. — Mr. Turriff j^^f printed 

44 (40). Return to an Order of the House of the 11th February, 1914, for a copy of all papers 
letters and documents of every kind relative to the dismissal of A. Michael Russell frorn 
the position of caretaker of the drill hall at TVindsor, County of Hants. Presented 
March 3, 1914.— Mr. Maclean (Halifax) 2Voj printed 

44 (iP). Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all charges, 
correspondence, letters, telegrams and other documents relating to the dismissal of Mr! 
A. Goyette, postmaster at St. Valerien de Milton, ShefCord County, Quebec, and of the 
evidence taken, and of the reports of investigation held by Dr. W. L. Shurtleff in regard 
to the same. Presented March 5, 1914. — Mr. Boivin Not printed. 

44 (4g). Return to an Order of the House of the 21st April, 1913, for a copy of the evidence 
and report in the investigation held by Mr. W. A. E. Flynn, in the case of P. D. Bour- 
dages, keeper of the lighthouse at Bonaventure Point, Quebec, of the charges made 
against the said Bourdages by Ovide Bourdages, Raymond Bourdages. Pierre Henry, 
J. A. Mousseau and D. Champoux. Presented March 5, 1914. — Mr. Marcil (Bonaven- 
*"'"e) 2Vof printed. 

44 (4r). Return to an Order of the House of the 21st April, 1913, for a copy of the charges 
made by Messrs. \V. S. Montgomery, J. I. Boudreau, N. Bourg, J. A. Mousseau, N. Boud- 
reau, against Louis Bujold, keeper of the lighthouse at Carleton Point, Quebec. Pre- 
sented March 5, 1914. — Mr. Marcil (Bonaventure) jV'ot printed. 

44 (4s). Return to an Order of the House of the 11th February, 1914, for a return showing 
reasons for the dismissal of Mr. Shinbine, caretaker of the Immigration Hall at Edmon- 
ton, the date of his appointment and of dismissal, and salary at time of dismissal ; also 
the name of caretaker appointed in his place, with date of appointment, salary and 
qualifications. Presented March 6, 1914. —Mr. Oliver. . . , Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

44 (40- Return to an Order of the House of the 11th February, 1914, for a return showing tho 
reasons for the dismissal of Mr. "Webster, immigration agent at Edmonton ; the date of 
his appointment and of dismissal, and salary at time of dismissal ; also the name of 
the agent appointed in his place, with date of appointment, salary and qualifications? 
Presented March 6, 1914. — Mr. Oliver Not printed. 

44 (4«). Return to an Order of the House of the 11th February, 1914, for a return showing 
reasons for '.he dismissal of Jacob Mohr, interpreter for the immigration agency at 
Edmonton ; the date of his appointment and of dismissal, and salary at time of dis- 
missal ; also the name of the interpreter appointed in his place with date of appoint- 
ment, salary and qualifications. Presented March 6, 1914. — Mr. Olivtf)- Not printed. 

44 t-;i')- Return to an Order of the Houe of the 11th February, 1914, for a return showing 
reasons for the dismissal of Mr. P. Tomkins, Dominion Lands Agent at Grouard, the 
date of his appointment and of dismissal, and salary at time of dismissal ; also the 
name of agent appointed in his place, with date of appointment and salary. Presented 
March 6, 1914. — Mr. Oliver Not printed. 

44 (4w^). Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all docu- 
ments bearing upon dismissals and appointments of officials of the Inland Revenue 
Department in Bonaventure County since January 1, 1913, fo date; together with 
a statement showing the salaries, emoluments and amounts paid to the new appointees 
since appointment, compared with amounts paid officials for corresponding periods in 
1911 and 1912. Presented March 6,1914. — Mr. Marcil (Boiiaventtire) . . . .Not printed, 

44 (4x). Return to an Oi-der of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all 
charges, correspondence, letters, telegrams and other documents relating to the dis- 
missal of Mr. Arthur Dupuis, postmaster at Pontbriand. County of Megantic, Quebec, 
and of the evidence taken and of the reports of investigation held by Dr. W. L. Shurt- 
lefC in regard to the same. Presented March 6, 1914.. .Mr. Pacaud Not printed. 

44 (42/). Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all 
correspondence, letters, telegrams, petitions and other documents relating to the dis- 
missal of Jos. Serguis Archambault, as postmaster of the town of Terrebonne, and to 
the appointment of George Beausoldeil, as his successor. Presented March 6, 1914. 
Mr. Seguin Not printed. 

44 (42). Return to an Order of the House of the ~ 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all 
correspondence, letters, telegrams, reports and all other papers relating to the dis- 
mssal of Martin Lanigan, postmaster at Sexton, County of Kent, New Brunswick, and 
of the minutes of evidence of any investigation or inquiry held relating to the said 
dismissal, and of all and any charges and recommendations connected therewith ; also 
a copy of all letters written to the Postmaster Genei-al or to any official of the Post 
Ofiice Department, by F. J. Robidoux, M.P., or by any other person relating to the said 
dismissal. Presented March 6, 1914. — Mr. Emmerson Not printed. 

44 (5«). Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all docu- 
ments, letters, correspondence and petitions asking for the dismissal of Mr. Felix Ray- 
mond, postmaster at Ste. Scholastique Village, County of Two Mountains, together with 
everything in connection with such dismissal. Presented March 6, 1914. — Mr. Ethier. 

Not pj-.inted. 

44 (5b). Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a copy of all 
papers in connect-on with the sub-lands agency in Gravelburg, Saskatchewan. Pre- 
sented March 10, 1914. — Mr. Knowles Not printed. 

44 (5c). Further Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd March, 1913, 
for a retuin showing in detail the number of dismissals from public offices and 
positions of employment by the present Government since the 11th of October, 1911, to 
this date. In the County of King's, Province of Nova Scotia, in connection with any of 
the departments of the public service, not including cases in which orders have already 
passed; together with the names of the dismissed officials or employees, the leason for 
their respective dismissals, the complaints or charges against them, and by whom made; 
together with a copy of all corres!)ondence, letters, telegrams and other communications 
with respect to each such case of dismissal, and of all minutes of evidence of investi- 
gations, where any such were held, and of all reports relating to such dismissals now 
in the possession of any of the departments of the Government, also the names of all 
parties appointed to fill the vacancies caused by such dismissals, and the names of the 
persons by whom the same have been respectively recommended for appointment ; 
together with a detailed statement of all amounts and expenses paid, or to be paid, by 
any department in connection with the said dismissals and investigations or removal! 
from office. Presented March 10, 1914. — Mr. McKcnrAc Not printed. 

44 (5fl). Return to an Order of the House of the 11th February, 1914, for a copy of all 
papers, telegrams, correspondence and petitions in any way referring to the dismissal 
of the postmaster at Ainslie Glen, Inverness County, and the appointment of Neil 
McKinnon to said office. Presented March 12, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (.Inverjiess). 

Net printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

44 (5e). Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a copy of all 
papers, documents, correspondence, letters, &c., since October 1, 1911, relating to the 
appointment of a postmaster at Upper Ohio, Shelburne County, N.S. Presented March 
12, 1914.— il/r. Maclean (Halifax) Not printed. 

44 (5/). Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a copy of all 
papers, documents, correspondence, letters and telegrams, relating to the dismissal of 
Jos. H. Lefebvre, postmaster at Howick Station, County of Chateauguay, and the 
appointment of his successor. Presented March 12, 1914. — Mr. Robb Not printed 

44 (Sp). Return to an Order of the House of the 11th February, 1914, for a copy of all 
correspondence, letters, telegrams, petitions and other documents in any way connected 
with the dismissal of the postmaster at Alexander, Inverness County, and the appoint- 
ment of a successor. Presented March 12, 1914. — Mr. Ghisholm (.Inverness). 

Not printed. 

44 (5h). Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all 
correspondence, letters, telegrams and documents of all kinds in possession of the 
Government or any department thereof, in any way relating to the employment of and 
dismissal from the Geological Survey of Canada of N. H. McLeod, North East Margaree, 
Inverness County, N.S. Presented March 12, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (Inverness). 

Not printed. 

44 (5i). Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 191.3, for a copy of all letters, 
documents, telegrams, reports, correspondence and recommendations in any way relating 
to the dismissal of M. Barry, from the service of the Marine Department at Prescott, 
Ontario. Presented March 17, 1914. — Mr. Lemicux Not printed. 

44 (5j). Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913, for a copy of all 
letters, documents, telegrams, reports, correspondence and recommendations in any way 
relating to the dismissal of W. Granton, from the service of the Marine Department at 
Prescott, Ontario. Presented March 17, 1914. — Mr. Thomson (Qxi'Appelle). 

Not printed. 

44 (5fc). Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a copy. of all letters, 
and telegrams in connection with the dismissal of the postmaster at Fletwode, 
Saskatchewan, and the changing of the location of the said post office. Presented 
March 17, 1914. — Mr. Turriff Not printed. 

44 (50- Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return showing in 
detail the number of dismissals or removals from office from 1st February, 1913, of 
postmasters in the County of Westmoi'land, New Brunswick ; together with the names 
of the dismissed postmasters, or postmistresses, the reason of their dismissal, and a copy 
of tlie charges or complaints against such officials respectively, and of all correspondence 
with respect to the same ; and of all correspondence, recommendations, petitions, pro- 
tests and other documents, and of all notes of evidence and of the reports of investiga- 
tions, where such were held, relating thereto, or to the appointment of successors to fill 
such offices respectively ; and also the names of all persons appointed to fill the vacancies 
caused by such dismissals, and of the persons by whom the same respectively were 
recommended for appointment. Presented March 17, 1914. — il/r. Emmerson. 

Not printed. 

44 (5wi). Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a return show- 
ing the name of the postmaster of the Parish of St. Henri de Lauzon, County of LSvis, 
who, it is said, was dismissed from office since September, 1911, the reasons for such 
dismissal, the nature of the complaints made against him, the names of the parties who 
made those complaints, together with a copy of all correspondence and telegrams relat- 
ing thereto, the name of tlie inquiring commissioner, and report of investigation, if any, 
and of all evidence taken at the investigation, the names of those who recommended the 
successor, names of the parties by whom the Government was represented at such 
investigation, with a detailed statement of all the accounts paid or to be paid by any 
department in connection with the aforesaid dismissal and investigation, the names of 
the parties who received any money or filed their accounts in connection with said 
investigation, and the amount awarded to or claimed by each of them. Presented 
March 17, 1914. — Mr. Bourassa Not printed. 

44 (5n). Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd February, 1914, for a copy of all letters, 
petitions, telegrams, evidence, reports, papers and documents, in the possession of the 
Post Office Department, or any other department, relating to the dismissal of Geo. 
Skates, postmaster at Appin, Ontario ; and if there was an investigation, the name of 
the investigator and witnesses, a copy of the evidence and of letters, papers, petitions, 
recommendations and other documents connected with the appointment of Mr. Skates' 
successor. Presented March 17, 1914. — Mr. Ross Not printed. 

44 (So). Return to an Order of the House of the 9th March, 1914, for a copy of all charges, 
coriespondence, letters, telegrams and other documents relating to the dismissal of Geo. 
J. Ryan and Charles Hamlin from the Canadian customs service at Newport, Vermont, 
and of the appointment of Charles A. Boright and Frank S. Baker to the said positions. 
Presentecl, March 20, 1914. — Mr. Boivin Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

44 (5p). Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
documents, telegrams, reports, correspondence, and recommendations, in any way relat- 
ing to the dismissal of J. Shaver, employee of the Marine shipyard at Prescott, Ontario. 
Presented March 20, 1914. — Mr. Law Not printed. 

44 (5Q). Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
documents, telegrams, reports, correspondence, and recommendations in any way relat- 
ing to the dismis.sal of R. I.,unay, employee of the Marine shipyard at Prescott, Ontario. 
Presented March 20, 1914. — Mr. Carroll Not printed. 

44 (5r).- Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
documents, telegrams, reports, correspondence, and recommendations in any way relat- 
ing to the dismissal of J. Slattery, employee of the Marine shipyard at Prescott, Ontario. 
Presented March 20, 1914. — iV/n Belaud Not printed. 

44 (5s). Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
documents, telegrams, reports, correspondence, and recommendations in any way relat- 
ing to the dismissal of J. Walsh, employee of the Marine shipyard at Prescott, Ontario. 
Presented March 20, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (Inverness) Not printed. 

44 (5t). Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913, for a copy of all 
letters, documents, telegrams, reports, correspondence, and recommendations in any way 
relating to the dismissal of W. Gerts, employee of the Marine shipyard at Prescott, 
Ontario. Presented March 20, 1914. — Mr. Wilson {Laval) Not printed. 

44 (5m). Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
documents, telegrams, reports, correspondence, and recommendations in any way relat- 
ing to the dismissal of D. Boivard, employee of the Marine shipyard at Prescott. Ontario. 
Presented March 20, 1914. — Mr. Kyte Not printed. 

44 (5v). Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913. for a copy of all letters, 
documents, telegrams, reports, correspondence, and recommendations in any way relat- 
ing to the dismissal of G. Scott, employee of the Marine shipyard at Prescott, Ontario. 
Presented March 20, 1914. — Mr. Nesbitt Not printed. 

44 (5m;). Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
documents, telegrams, reports, correspondence, and recommendations in any way relat- 
ing to the dismissal of J. Offspring, employee of the Marine shipyard at Prescott 
Ontario. Presented March 20, 1914.— Afr. Wui-noch Not printed. 

44 (5a;). Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
documents, telegrams, reports, correspondence, and recommendations in any way relat- 
ing to the dismissal of J. Hayes, employee of the Marine shipyard at Prescott, Ontario. 
Presented March 20, 1914. — Mr. Turriff Not printed. 

44 (5l/). Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913. for a copy of all letters, 
documents, telegrams, reports, correspondence, and recommendations in any way relat- 
ing to the dismissal of P. Belanger, from the service of the Marine Department at Pres- 
cott, Ontario. Presented March 20, 1914. — Mr. Proulx Not printed. 

44 (5«). Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
documents, telesiams, reports, correspondence, and recommendations in any way relat- 
ing to the dismissal of L. Place, employee of the Marine shipyard at Prescott, Ontario. 
Presented March 20, 1914. — Mr. Pacaud Not printed. 

44 (6a). Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
documents, telegrams, reports, correspondence, and recommendations in any way relat- 
ing to the dismissal of C. Kavanagh, employee of the Marine shipyard at Prescott, 
Ontario. Presented March 20, 1914. — Mr. Carvell : . .Not printed. 

44 (6b). Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913. for a copy of all letters, 
documents, telegrams, reports, corresuondence, and recommendations in any way relat- 
ing to the dismissal of J. Roche, employee of the Marine shipyard at Prescott, Ontario. 
Presented March 20, 1914. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed, 

44 (6c). Retuin to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913. for a copy of all letters, 
documents, telegrams, reports, correspondence, and recommendations in any way relat- 
ing to the dismissal of J. Mclnnis. employee of the Marine shipyard at Prescott. Ontario. 
Presented March 20, 1914. — Mr. McCoig Not printed. 

44 (6d). Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
documents, telegrams, reports, correspondence, and recommendations in any way relat- 
ing to the dismissal of E. Scott, employee of the Marine shipyard at Prescott, Ontario. 
Presented March 29, 1914. — Mr. Demers Not prinferi. 

44 (6e). Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
documents, telegrams, reports, coi-respondence, and recommendations in any way relat- 
ing to the dismissal of C. Wright, employee of the Marine shipyard at Prescott, Ontario. 
Presented March 20, 1914. — Mr. Clark (Red Deer) Not prin'cd. 

44 (6/). Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
documents, telegrams, reports, correspondence, and recommend.ations in any way relat- 
ing to the dismissal of L. Lalonde, employee of the Marine sliipyard at Prescott, 
Ontario. Presented March 20, 1914. — Mr. Bureau Not printed. 



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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

44 (60). Return to an Order of the House of the 15th Jlanuary, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
documents, telegrams, reports, correspondence, and recommendations in any way relat- 
ing to the dismissal of H, Birks, employee of the Marine shipyard at Prescott, Ontario. 
Presented March 20, 1914. — Mr. Charlton l^ot printed. 

44 (6ft). Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
documents, telegrams, reports, correspondence, and recommendations In any way relat- 
ing to tlie dismissal of W. Jarvis, employee of the Marine shipyard at Prescott, Ontario. 
Presented March 20, 1914. — Mr. Gauvrcau Not printed. 

44 (61). Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
documents, telegrams, reports, correspondence, and recommendations in any way relat- 
ing to the dismissal of J. McDermott, employee of the Marine shipyard at Prescott, 
Ontario. Presented March 23, 1914. — Mr. Devlin Not printed. 

44 (6;). Return to an Order of the House of the 27th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
documents, telegrams, reports, correspondence, and recommendations in any way relat- 
ing to the dismissal of George L. Brown, officer in charge of the Dominion lighthouse, 
Prescott Depot, Ontario, and the appointment of his successor. Presented March 23, 

' 1914. — Mr. Proulx Not printed. 

44 (6fc). Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
documents, telegrams, reports, correspondence, and recommendations in any way relat- 
ing to the dismissal of J. Lane, employee of the Marine shipyard at Prescott, Ontario. 
Presented March 23, 1914. — Mi^. MacNutt Not printed. 

44 (61)- Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
documents, telegrams, reports, correspondence, and recommendations in any way relat- 
ing to the dismissal of D. Perrin, employee of the Marine shipyard at Prescott, Ontario. 
Presented March 23, 1914. — Mr. Lemieux Not printed. 

44 (6m). Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
documents, telegrams, reports, correspondence, and recommendations in any way relat- 
ing to the dismissal of J. A. Mundle, employee of the Marine shipyard at Prescott, 
Ontario. Presented March 23, 1914. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax) Not printed. 

44 (6n). Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a return showing 
the name of the postmaster of the Parish of St. Lambert, County of L6vis, who, it is 
stated, was dismissed from office since September, 1911, the reasons for such dismissal, 
the nature of the complaints made- against him, the names of the parties who made 
those complaints, together with a copy of all correspondence and telegrams relating 
thereto, the name of the inquiring commissioner, and report of investigation, if any, 
and of all evidence taken at the investigat'on, the names of those who recommended the 
successor, names of the parties by whom the Government was represented at such 
investigation, with a detailed statement of all the accounts paid or to be paid by any 
department in connection with the aforesaid dismissal and investigation, the names of 
the parties who received any money or filed their accounts in connection with said 
investigation, and the amount awarded to or claimed by each of them. Presented 
Marcli 23, 1914. — Mr. Bourassa Not pr nted. 

44 (60). Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return showing the 
changes in postmasterships in Bonaventure County from January 1, 1913, to date, with 
a list of dismissals, and reasons therefor, and of new appointments, also a copy of all 
reports, correspondence, petitions and documents generally bearing on this subject ; 
togetlier with a list of post office contracts cancelled in said constituency, with reasons 
therefor, if any, and of new contracts awarded, with the old rate and the new, and 
whether tenders were called for, in each case, and whether contracts were awarded to 
lowest tenderer or not. Presented March 23, 1914. — Mr. Marcil (Bonaventure). 

Not printed. 

44 (6p). Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return of all 
repoi'ts, memor-als, correspondence and documents generally, bearing on the dismissal 
of customs officials in Bonaventure county from January 1, 1913, to date, together with 
a statement of salaries paid to old and new officials, and a copy of recommendations on 
which new officials were appointed, if any. Presented March 25, l9l4. — Mr. Marcil 
(Bonaventure) Not printed. 

44 (6q). Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return showing in 
detr.l the number of dismissals from office since October 1, 1911, not already brought 
down, of postmasters in the County of Albert, New Brunswick, together with the names 
of the dismissed i)ostmasters, the reason of their dismissal, and a copy of the charges 
or complaints against such officials respectively, also a copy of all correspondence, 
recommendations, petitions, protests and other documents, and of all notes of evidence 
and of the reports of investigations, where such were held with respect to the same or 
relating thereto, or to the appointment of successors to. flU such offices respectively. 
And also the names of all persons appointed to fill the vacancies caused by such dis- 
missals, and the names of the persons by whom the same were respectively recom- 
n)»«n(5-^.d for appointment. Presented March 25, 1914. — Mr. Emmerson Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

44 (6r). Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the Srd March, 1013, for a return 
showing in detail the number of dismissals from public offices and positions of employ- 
ment by the present Government since the 11th day of October, 1911, to this date, in 
the constituency of Queen's, Shelburne, Nova Scotia, in connection with any of the 
departments of the public service, not including cases in which orders have already 
been passed ; together with the naifies of the dismissed officials or employees, the rea- 
son for their respective dismissals, the complaints or charges against them, and by 
whom made ; together with a copy of all correspondence, letters, telegrams and other 
communications with respect to each such case of dismissal, and of all minutes of evi- 
dence of investigations, where any such were held and of all reports relating to such 
dismissals now in the possession of any of the departments of the Government, also the 
names of all parties appointed to fill the vacancies caused by such dismissals, and the 
names of the persons by whom the same may have been respectively recommended for 
appointment; together with a detailed statement of all amounts and expenses paid by 
any department in connection with the said dismissals and investigations or removals 
from office. Presented March 26, 191i.— Mr. Law Not printed. 

44 (6»). Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 10th December, 1912, for a 
return showing all the public officers dismissed by the present Government in the elec- 
toral district of Kamouraska, with the names and duties of such persons respectively, 
the reason for their dismissal, the nature of the -complaints brought against them, also 
of all correspondence relating thereto and reports of inquiries in cases where such have 
been held. Presented March 26, 1914. — Mr. Lapointe (Kamouras'ka.) Not printed. 

44 (6-t). Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a return showing the 
name of the postmaster of the Parish of Notre Dame de Charny, County of Lgvis, who, 
it is stated, was dismissed from office since September, 1911, the reasons for such dis- 
missal, the nature of the complaints made against him, the names of the parties who 
made those compJa'nts, together with a copy of all correspondence and telegrams relat- 
ing thereto, the name of the inquiring commissioner, and report of investigation, if any, 
and of all evidence taken at the investigation, the names of those who recommended the 
successor, names of the parties by whom the Government was represented at such inves- 
tigation, with a detailed statement of all the accounts paid or to be paid by any depart- 
ment in connection with the aforesaid dismissal and investigation, the names of the 
parties who received any money or filed their accounts in connection with said investi- 
gation, and the amount awarded to or claimed by each of them. Presented March 31, 
1914. — Mr. Bourassa Not printed. 

44 (6m). Return to an Order of the House of the IGth March, 1914, for a copy of all_ telegrams, 
letters and correspondence in connection with the dismissal of Charles S. Melanson, 
postmaster of Corberrie, Digby County, N.S. Presented April 1, 1914. — Mr. Lmc . 

Not printed. 

44 (Gv). Return to an Order of the House of the 11th February ,y 1914, for a return showing 
reasons for the dismissal of Gordon McDonald, homestead inspector in the Grouard Land 
Agency, the date of his appointment and of dismissal, and salary at time of dismissal; 
also the names of inspector appointed in his place, with date of appointment and salary. 
Presented April 2, 1914. — Mr. Oliver Not printed. 

44 (6w). Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 17th Feb- 
ruary, 1913, for a copy of all letters, papers and documents relating to the appointment 
of W. F. Slack as clerk of works in the Department of Public "Works at Ottawa ; a 
copy of the charges against the said W. F. Slack, which were investigated by Honour- 
able F. D. Monk, and of all the letters suspending and' re-instating the said W. F. Slack ; 
of the employees memorial, dated May 11, 1912, and addressed to Honourable F. D. 
Monk ; praying for the retention in office of the said W. F. Slack ; a copy of the charges 
inve.stigated by Commissioner R. V. Sinclair, of the evidence taken and the reports made 
by the said commissioner ; and also of all correspondence, requests, recommendations 
and orders in council relating to the dismissal of the said W. F. Slack. Presented April 
2, 1914. — Mr. Murphy Not printed. 

44 (6x). Return to an Order of the House of the 28th April, 1913, for a copy of all correspond^ 
ence, memoranda, reports, telegrams, and of all documents whatsoever, in connection 
with and having relation to the dismissal of William Brunelle, lighthouse keeper at 
Pointe a, Citrouille, County of Champlain, Province of Quebec. Presented April 2, 1914. 
— Mr. Bureau Not printed. 

44 (6j>). Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd March, 1914, for a copy of all documents, 
correspondence, petitions, recommendations, &c., in connection with the dismissal of 
Arthur Leveisque, light keeper at Grosse Isle, Kamouraska, and with the appointment 
of his successor? Presented April 7, 1914. — Mr. Lapointe (Kamouraska) . .Not printed. 

44 (6«). Return to an Order of the House of the 28th April, 1913, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence, memoranda, reports, telegrams and all other documents whatsoever having refer- 
ence to the dismissal of L. Fhilippe Carignan, lighthouse keeper at Champlain, County 
of Champlain. Presented April 2, 1914. — Mr. Bureau Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

44 (7o). Return to an Order oft he House of the 23rd March, 1914, for a copy of all documents, 
petitions, correspondence, recommendations, investigations, &c., in connection with the 
dismissal of Dominique IjCvesque, lightkeeper at Rivi&re Quelle wharf. County of 
K-imouraska, and with the appointment of his successor. Presented April 7, 1914. — 
Mr. Lapointe {Kamouraska) Not printed. 

44 (7?J). Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914 ,for a return showing in 
detail the number of dismissals from public offices by the present Government in the 
electoral district of Shefford from the 1st of October, 1911, not already brought down 
to the present date ; together with the names of the dismissed officers, the reasons for 
their dismi.<=sal, the complaints against such officials, names of the complainants in each 
case, and the names of their successors in office. Presented April 16, 1914. — Mr. Boivin. 

Not printed. 

44 (7c). Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 10th December, 1912, for a 
return showing all public officers removed by the present Government in the District of 
Portneuf, together with the names and duties of each person, the reasons for their dis- 
missal, the nature of the complaints brought against them, also a copy of all correspond- 
ence relating thereto and reports of inquiries in cases where such were held. Pre- 
sented April 16, 1914. — Mr. Delisle Not printed. 

44 (7d). Return to an Order of the House of the 4th February, 1914, for a copy of all corre- 
spondence relative to the dismissal of Alex. W. Finlayson, keeper of light on St. Esprit 
Island, Richmond County, N.S., and to his resignation and the appointment of a suc- 
cessor. Presented April 17, 1914. — Mr. Kyte Not printed. 

44 (7e). Return to an Order of the House of the 4th March, 1914, for a copy of all papers, evi- 
dence, <&c., in connection with the investigation held by the Department of Marine and 
Fisheries against the light keeper of Cape Cove, County of Gaspe, in 1911. Presented 
April 17, 1914. — Mr. Lemieux Not printed. 

44 (7/). Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a copy of all tele- 
grams, correspondence and documents of all kinds in any way relating to the dismissal 
or pusijension from duty of Dan Cormier, an officer in the life-saving station at Eastern 
Harbour, Inverness County, Nova Scotia. Presented April 21, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm 
(Iniyerness) Not printed. 

44 iTO). Return to Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a copy of all documents 
bearing on the appointment and dismissal of Ben. V. Willett, as light keeper at Point 
Duthie, Quebec, and of the appointment of James Doddridge as his successor, as well 
as of those bearing on the contemplated removal of that light to Maria wharf. Pre- 
sented April 21, 1914. — Mr. Marcil (Bonavcnlure) Not printed. 

44 (7'0- Return to an Order of the House of the 12th February, 1914, for a return showing the 
names of the postmasters who have been dismissed in the County of Levis since the 
month of September, 1911 ; the number of the dismissed postmasters, since the month 
of September, 1911, who have been appointed in the place of postmasters dismissed 
under the late administration ; and the names of the postmasters who were dismissed 
under the late administration. Presented April 22, 1914. — Mr. Bourassa. .Not printed. 

44 (7i). Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd March, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence, papers, documents, evidence, reports, telegrams, &c.. relating to the dismissal of 
John A. L. McLellan, late Light keeper at Pish Island, Prince Edward Island. Presented 
April 28, 1914.-^ilfr. Hughes (Kings, P.E.I.) Not printed. 

44 (7?). Return to an Order of the House of the 6th April, 1914, for a copy of all documents 
bearing on the dismissal of Tliomas Le Blanc, as postmaste? of Allard, Bonaventure 
County, and the appointment of his successor. Presented April 30, 1914. — Mr. Marcil 
(Bonaventure) Not printed. 

44 ilk). Return to an Order of the House of the 21st April, 1913, for a copy of all letters, tele- 
grams, petitions, complaints, evidence, reports and other documents relating to the dis- 
missal of William E. Ehler, Liglitkeeper, Queensport, N.S., also a detailed statement of 
the expenses connected with the investigation, distinguishing the allowance paid tha 
commissioner from travelling expenses and witness fees ; and of all papers connected 
with the appointment of Mr. Ehler's successor. Presented May 5, 1914. — Mr. Sinclair. 

Not printed. 

44 (70. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd March, 1914, for a copy of all letters, 
petitions, telegrams, evidence, reports, papers and documents in the possession of the 
Post Office Department, or any other Department, rela.ting to the dismissal of Samuel 
Dickson, postmaster at Seaforth, Ontario, and if there was an investigation, the names 
of the investigator and witnesses, with a copy of the evidence and of all letters, papers, 
petitions, recommendations, or other documents connected with the appointment of Mr. 
Dickson's successor. Presented May 8, 1914. — Mr. Ross Not printed, 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

44 (7w). Return to an Order of the House of the 6th April, 1914, for a copy of all petitions, 
letters, complaints and other documents relating to the dismissal of Charles McPherson, 
postmaster at North Riverside, County of Guysborough, N.S., and of all recommenda- 
tions and correspondence relating to the appointment of his successor; also a copy of 
all evidence and of the report of the investigation, if any, and a statement of the 
expenses of said investigation. Presented May 8, 1914. — J/r. Sinclair Not printed. 

44 (7n). Return to an Order of the House of the 9th March, 1914, for a copy of all letters, tele- 
grams, petitions, notes of evidence, charges, if any, and other papers and documents 
relating to the di.'^missal of Christian L. Ehler, postmaster at Queensport, N.S., and of 
all correspondence, petitions and other papers and documents relating to the appoint- 
ment of his successor, with a detailed statement of the expenses of the said investiga- 
tion, if any. Presented May 11. 1914. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

44 (70). Return to an Order of the House of the 12th March, 1914, for a return showing: — 

1. Whether Christian L. Ehler, postmaster at Queensport, N.S., has been dismissed ; 
and if so, when? 

2. Whether the charges against this postmaster were in writing, and by whom the 
said charges were signed? 

3. "What the charges were? 

4. Wlio conducted the investigation, if any? 

5. Whether the investigation took place after the dismissal or before? 

6. Whether the commissioner recommended the dismissal of this postmaster? 

7. The names of fne witnesses examined? 

8. The expense of the investigation in detail? 

9. If the Postmaster General is of the opinion that the evidence taken at the 
Investigation justifleoi this dismissal? Presented May 11, 1914. — Mr. Sinclair. 

Not printed. 

44 (7p). Return to an Order of the House of the 19th February, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
petitions, telegrams, complaints, findings, reports and other papers in the possession of 
the Post Office Department, or any Department of the Government, relatin.':? to the dis- 
missal or discharge of James White, postmaster at Sidney, British Columb'-a. and if 
there v/as an investigation, the names of the witnesses examined and a detailed state- 
ment of the expenses of such investigation ; also of all letters, telegrams, recommenda- 
fons and other papers connected with the appointment of his successor. Presented 
May 11, 1914. — Mr. Sinclair ." Not printed. 

44 (7Q). Return to an Order of the House of the 9th March, 1914, for a copy of the petition, 
recommendations and other correspondence relating to the change in the location of the 
post office at Mount St. Patrick in South Renfrew, and the dismissal of the postmaster. 
Presented May 11, 1914. — Mr. Graham Not printed. 

44 (7r). Return to an Order of tho House of the 16th February, 1914, for a copy of all docu- 
ments bearing on the dismissal of the officer in charge of the Port Daniel West, Quebec, 
lobster hatchery. Edward Dea, and on the appointment of his successor. Presented 
May 15, 1914. — Mr. Marcil (Bonavenlure) Not printed. 

44 (7s). Return to an Order of the House of the 20th April, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence in connection with the dismissal of A. C. Cameron of Fairlight, Saskatchewan, 
from his position as mail contractor. Presented May 16, 1914. — Mr. Turriff. 

Not printed. 

44 (70- Return to an Order of the House of the 16th March, 1914. for a copy of all charges, 
CO respondence, letters, petitions, telegrams and other documents relating to the dis- 
missal of Mr. Geo. F. Payne, postmaster at Granby, Shefford County, Quebec, and of 
the appointment of his successor, Mr. J. L. Dozois N.P., and also of the transfer of the 
said office from the one to the other, together with a copy of the evidence taken at 
all investigations held in connection with the said dismis-sal, appointment and transfer, 
and of -the reports of said investigations. Presented May 16, 1914. — Mr. Boivin. 

Not printed. 

44 (7u). Return to an Order of the House of the 30th March, 1914, for a return showing the 
names of the postmasters who have been dismissed from the office since 1900. in the 
County of Portneuf, the number of investigations and the names of those whose cases 
were investigated. Presented May 16, 1914. — Mr. Delisle Not printed. 

44 (7v). Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd March, 1914, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams, correspondence, complaints and protests on file, reefrring to the dismissal of 
the late postmaster at Havre Boucher, N.S., and to the appointment of a successor. 
Presented May 16, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (Antigonish) Not printed. 

44 (7t«). Return to an Order of the House of the 6th April, 1914, for a copy of all documents, 
investigations, reports and letters, concerning the dismissal of Will'am Campbell, light 
kecjier on the wharf at New Richmond, Quebec, and the appointment of James Robert- 
son as his successor ; together with a copy of recommendations and the letters respect- 
ing the appointment, if any. Presented May 29, 1914. — Mr. Marcil (Bonaventure). 

Not printed. 
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

44 (7a;). Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a 
return showing in detail the number of dismissals from public offices and positions of 
employment by the present Government since the first day of February, 1913, to date, 
in the County of Westmorland, New Brunswick, in connection with any of the Depart- 
ments of the Public Service, except the Post Office Department, together with the 
names of the dismissed officials or employees, the reasons for their respective dismissal, 
the rom!)!aiiits or charges against them, and by whom made ; together with a copy of all 
correspondence, letters, telegrams and other communications with respect to each such 
case of dismissal and of all minutes of evidence of investigations where any such were 
held and of all reports relating to such dismissals now in the possession of any of the 
departments of the Government, or of the Government Railway Managing Board, or of 
the ofRcals of the Intercolonial and the Prince Edward Island Railways; also the names 
of all parties appointed to fill the vacancies caused by such dismissals, and the names 
of the persons by whom the same have been respectively recommended for appointment; 
together with a detailed statement of all amounts and expenses paid by any department 
in connection with the said dismissals and investigations or removals from office. Pre- 
sented June 2, 1914. — Mr. Emmerson Not printed. 

44 (73/). Return to an Order of the House of the 14th April, 1913, for a return showing the 
detail and number of dismissals from public offices in the Department of Marine and 
Fisheries from December 5, 1912, to this date, in the County of Bonaventure, the names 
of the dismissed occupants, the reasons for their dismissal, the complaints against such 
officials, and a copy of all correspondence with respect to the same, and of all reports 
of investigations, where such were held ; as well as a list of the new appointments made 
by the department, with names, residence, salaries and duties, and a copy of all recom- 
mendations of swch appointments. Presented June 2, 1914. — Mr. Marcil (Bonaventure) . 

Not printed. 

44 (7^;). Return to an Order of the House of the 4th May, 1914. for a copy of all complaints 
and otl er documents bearing upon the dismissal of J. R. Denison as postmaster of Rich- 
mond, Quebec, and the appointment of his successor. Presented June 2, 1014. — Mr. 
Tobin Not pi inted. 

44 (8n). Return to an Order of the House of the 4th May, 1914, for a copy of all coi-respond- 
ence exchanged by and with the Department of Inland Revenue and the late J. G. 
Mousseau and A. M. Coldwell. New Carlisle, Quebec, and David Champoux, Campbell- 
ton. N.B., or Restigouche, Quebec, in connection with the dismissal of Arthur B. Cald- 
well, Assi.'-tant Inspector of Weights and Measures, District of Quebec. Presented June 
8, 1914. — Mr. Marcil iVot printed. 

44 (8&). Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd March. 1913, for a return 
showing in detail the number of dismissals from public offices and positions of employ- 
ment by the present Government since the 11th day of October, 1911, to this date, in 
the County of Annapolis, Nova Scotia, in connection with any of the departments of 
the publ'C service, but not including cases in which orders have already passed together 
with the names of the dismissed officials or employees, the reason for their respective 
dismissals, the complaints or charges against them, and by whom made ; together with 
a copy of all correspondence, letters, telegrams and other communications with respect 
to each sucli case of dismissal, and of all minutes of evidence of investigations, where 
any such were held, and of all reports relating to such dismissals now in the possession 
of any of the departments of the government ; also the names of all parties appointed 
to fill vacancies caused by such dismissals, and the names of the persons by whom the 
same have been respectively recommended for appointment ; together with a detailed 
statement of ail amounts and expenses paid by any department in connection with the 
said dismissals and investigations or removals from office. Presented June 8, 1914. — - 
Mr. Chisholm (Antigonish) Not printed. 

44 (8c). Partial Return to an Order of the House of the 18th February, 1914, for a copy of all 
charges, complaints, memorials, correspondence and telegrams, not already produced, 
relating to officials in any department of the Government since October 10, 1911, the 
number of officials dismissed, reports of investigations held in respect of such charges, 
items of expenditure and cost of each investigation, the nanifs of persons appointed to 
office in the place of dismissed officials, and of all recommendations received in behalf 
of persons so appointed in the Province of Prince Edward Island. Presented June 12, 
1914. — Mr. Hughes (Kings, P.E.I.) Not printed. 

44 (8d). Retui-n to an Order of the House of the 1st June, 1914, for a copy of all chaiges and 
complaints, letters, telegrams and correspondence respecting the dismissal of Captain 
Jeremiah Decoste, mate and craneman, employed on dredge N^o. 6 under Captain Dan 
Gillis during the season of 1912. and of all representations made and correspondence 
had with the Department of Public Works, or any officer thereof regarding his 
re-instatement. Presented June 12, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (Antigonish) . . . .Not printed. 

45. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th May, 1913, for a copy of all communications 
made by t'le Canadian Forestry Association to the Government between March 31, 1912, 
and March 31, 1913, with the replies made thereto. Presented January 19, 1914. — Mr. 
Oliver Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S—C(mtinued. 

46. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th January, 1913, for a return showing the num- 

ber of bushels of grain and sacks or barrels of flour which were shipped from Fort 
■VN'illiam and Port Arthur by vessel during 1912, and the different kinds of grain respec- 
tively ; to what points were the same shipped in Canada and the United States giving 
quantities and kinds respectively, and at what points in Canada was grain or flour 
received by vessel from the United States, giving the quantities and kinds respectively. 
Presented January 19, 1914. — Mr. Bennett (Simcoe) Kot printed. 

47. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th May, 1913, for a copy of the report concerning 

Indian Titles which was presented to the Superintendent General of Indian Affairs 
under date of August 20. 1909. Presented January 19, 1914. — Mr. Thompson (Yukon). 

Not printed. 

48. Copy of Order in Council No. P. C. 3002, dated 29th November, 1913, in respect to Pensions 

or Gratuities to officers of the Royal Canadian Navy, in accordance with section 47 of 
the Naval Service Act, 1910. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, January 19, 1913. 

Not printed. 

49. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th May, 1913, for a copy of all telegrams, letters, 

&c.. from the Department of Customs sent to or received from John C. Bourinot, Port 
Hawkesbury. customs officer, during the years 1S95-6-7. Presented January 19, 1914. 
- — Mr. Chisholm (Inverness) Not printed. 

49a.. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th May, 1913, for a return showing a complete 
list of the seizures made by John C. Bourinot, during his incumbency as acting preven- 
tive officer from 1SS4 to 1886 ; also during his term of office as Collector of Customs for 
the Port of Hawkesbury from 18S6 to 1898, also during his term of office of special 
officer of customs from 1898 to 1912; with the date of each seizure, number of each 
seizure, name of party from whom seizure was made, in case of vessels, the names of 
the vessels ; also the names of the o'wners of such vessels, the amount of each seizure, 
name of port where seizure was made, and the amount of the seizures made by him 
from 1884 to May 1, 1912, for the whole Province of Nova Scotia. Presented January 
19, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (^Inverness) Not printed. 

50. Statement of Governor General's Warrants issued since the last session of parliament on 

account of 1913-14. Presented by Hon. Mr. White, January 19, 1914 Not printed. 

51. Statement in pursuance of Section 17 of the CiviT~Service Insurance Act, for the year ending 

March 31, 1913. Presented by Hon. Mr. White, January 19, 1914 Not printed. 

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

ending December 31, 1913, showing name, rank, salary, service, allowance and cause of 
retirement of each person superannuated or retired, also whether vacancy- is filled by 
promotion or by appointment, and salary of any new appointee. Presented by Hon. 
Mr. White, January 19, 1914 Not printed. 

53. Statement of Receipts and Expenditures of the Ottawa Improvement Commission to March 

31, 1913. Presented by Hon. Mr. White, January 19, 1914 Not printed. 

54. Statement of expenditure on account of " Miscellaneous Unforeseen Expenses," from the 1st 

April, 1913, to the 14th January. 1914, in accordance with the Appropriation Act of 
1912. Presented by Hon. Mr. White, January 19, 1914 Not printed. 

55. Statement of the affairs of the Royal Society of Canada, for the year ended April 30, 1913. 

Presented by Hon. Mr. White, January 19, 1914 Not printed. 

56. Statement of Temporary Loans since March 31, 1913. Presented by Hon. Mr. White, 

January 19, 1914 Not printed. 

57. Statement of Treasury Bills discounted since March 31, 1913. Presented by Hon. Mr. 

White, January 19, 1914 Not printed. 

58. Certified List of Shareholders of the Montreal City and District Savings Bank, and La 

Caisse D'Economie de Notre Dame de Quebec, as on the 31st December, 1913. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. White, January 19. 1914 Not printed, 

59. Copies of General Orders promulgated to the militia for the period between November 18, 

1912, and November 25, 1913. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hughes, January 19, 1914. 

Not printed. 

60. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th April, 1913, for a copy of the report made by 

the Inquiring Commissioner, Mr. J. H. Bergeron, in the inquiry lately held by him, at 
Quebec, re Doctor J. D. Page, of Quebec .and of the reports made by the advocate of 
the complainant and defendant in the same cause at the request of the Inquiring Com- 
miss-oner. Presented January 20, 1914. — Mr. Boulay Not printed. 

61. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th March, 1913, for a copy of all petitions, 

reports, recommendations, correspondence, letters, telegrams and other communications 
concerning the east half of section 36, in townsl.ip 6, range 8, west of the fourth meri- 
dian. Presented January 20, 1914. — Mr. Buchanan Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

6la. Return to an Order of the House of the 24th February, 1913, for a copy of all memoranda, 
letters, papers, or other documents in the possession of the Department of the Interior 
relating to the N.W. i of 8-49-23-4, and the S.W. i of 7-49-28-4. Presented January 
20, 1914. — Mr. Oliver Not printed. 

62. Return to an Order of the House of the 22nd January, 1913, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence, &c., exchanged between the Minister of Labour and the Canadian Pacific Railway 
stril<ers on their application for a Board of Conciliation and Investigation. Presented 
January 20, 1914. — Mr. Lemieux Not printed. 

63. By-laws of the Moravian Indians of the Thames and Regulations of the Abenakis Indians 

of St. Francis, approved by His Excellency the Administrator in Council on the 27th 
March, 1913, and the 21st April, 1913, respectively. Presented by Hon. Mr. Coderre, 
January 20, 1914 Not printed. 

64. General Rules and Orders of the Exchequer Court of Canada made, respectively, on the 24th 

September, 1913, and the 13th December. 1913. Presented by Hon. Mr. Coderre, 
Jianuary 20, 1914 Not printed. 

65. Regulations under " The Destructive Insect and Pest Act." — (Senate) Not printed. 

66. Remission of Duties and refund under Section 92, Audit Act.— {Senate) Not printed. 

67. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th May, 1913. for a return showing a compar- 

ative and detailed statement of costs of production, maintenance, operation, and man- 
agement, and receipts of the Dog Fish Reduction Works at Clark's Harbour, N.S., for 
the years 1910, 1911 and 1912. Presented January 21, 1914. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax). 

Not printed. 

68. Return to an Order of the House of the 21st May, 1913, for a copy of all papers, letters, 

documents, contracts, settlements, records of settlements, and all other papers and docu- 
ments in any way relating to the claim of the Rainy River Navigation Company against 
the Government, arising out of a subsidy agreement for the operation of certain boats 
between Fort Frances and Kenora for the season of 1911, or in connection with the 
settlement of the said claim, or of the said subsidy. Presented January 21, 1914. — 
Mr. Maclean ( York) Not printed. 

69. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st March, 1913, for a copy of all correspondence, 

letters, telegrams, reports, recommendations, certificates, and of all other documents 
relating to the appointment of Mr. J. S. Jackson as superintendent of the Government 
shipyards at St. Joseph de Sorel. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Cardin. 

Not printed. 

70. Return to an Order of the House of the 29th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, peti- 

tio^s, telegrams, complaints, reports, bonds of indemnity, and all other papers and docu- 
ments in the possession of the Post Office Department, or any department of the Gov- 
ernment, relating to the letting of a contract for carrying the mails between Sherbrooke, 
County of Guysborough, N.S., and Moser's River, County of Halifax, N.S., during the 
years 1911 and 1912. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

70a- Return to an Order of the House of the 29th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, and 
other documents relating to the mail contract between Scotsburn Station and West 
Branch, River John, County of Pictou, in the year 1912. Presented January 22, 1914. 
— Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

70^. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd April, 1913, for a copy of all correspondence, 
reports and other documents relative to the mail contract between Scotsburn and West 
Branch, River John, Pictou County, since October 1, 1911. Presented January 22, 1914. 
— Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

IQc. Return to an Order of the House of the 10th December, 1912, for a return showing (a) 
each mail contract awarded since the 15th of October, 1911; (&) the name of the 
tenderer In each case; (c) the figures of each tender; and (d) the name of each 
party to whom such contract has been awarded. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. 
Lemieux Not printed. 

70d. Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1913, for a return showing a list of 
the mail carriers whose contracts have been cancelled or renewed by the pre- 
sent Government in the County of Two Mountains, the names of such persons, the 
reasons for cancelling or renewing the said contracts, the former price and the pre- 
sent price of the said contracts ; alsO a copy of all correspondence relating to the said 
mail carriers. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Ethier Not pri7ited. 

70e. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th December, 1912, for a return showing all the 
mail contracts made between the Post Office Department of Canada and any party or 
parties, and cancelled before the maturity thereof from October 15, 1911, to the 15th of 
November, 1912, designating such cancelled mail contracts by giving the name of the 
contractor, the amount of the contract, the period of the unexpired service, the name 
of the district or districts, and the county and province wherein the service was per- 
former), together with the reasons for such cancellation. Presented February 12, 1914. 
— Mr. Maclean (H-alifax) Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

70/- Return to an Order of the House of the 29th January, 1913, for a copy of all papers, and 
documents of every nature and kind relating to a certain mail contract between Back 
Shore and Pictou, County of Pictou, since the death of the late contractor D. G. McKay, 
in 1912. Presented February 20, 1914. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

70g. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th April, 1913, for a copy of the contract 
between the Post Office Department and Napoleon Le Blanc, for the carrying of the 
mai'.s b3tween Carleton Centre and Carleton, Quebec, Railway Station, and of all 
correspondence, petitions, and other letters bearing on the cancelling of that contract 
and the awarding of a new one, with a copy of said new contract. Presented February 
23,' 1014. — Mr. Marcil (Bonaventure) Not printed. 

70h. Retuin to an Order of the House of the 2nd April, 1913, for a copy of all papers relating 
to the mail contract from Noel to "Walton, County of Hants, during the present year. 
Presented February 26, 1914. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

70'- Return to an Order of the House of the 12th May, 1913, for a copy of all tenders for, and 
coi respondence relating to, the awarding of the contract for the carrying of His 
Majesty's mail between Warkworth and Colborne, County of Northumberland. Pre- 
fc-ented February 26, 1914. — Mr. Graham Not printed. 

703- Return to an Order of the House of the 12th May, 1913, for a copy of all correspondence, 
papers, &c., in connection with the carrying of the mail between St. Frangois Xavier de 
Brompton and Windsor Mills, Quebec. Presented February 26, 1914. — Mr. Tohin. 

Not pri7ited. 

fOk. Return to an Order of the House of the 17th February, 1913, for a return showing the 
number of mail contracts cancelled in the Province of Nova Scotia since October 10, 
1911, the names of the contractors, the prices paid to them, the reason for the can- 
cellation in each case, and a copy of any investigations and reports had into the causes 
of such cancellations, the names of the new contractors and the prices paid to them in 
each case. Presented March 2, 1914. — il/r. Sinclair Not printed. 

TQl. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th December, 1912, for a return showing the 
number of mail contracts cancelled in the County of Pictou since the 1st of October, 
1911 ; the names of the contractors, the prices paid to them, the reason for the can- 
cellation in each case ; and a coijy of any investigations and reports had into tlie causes 
of such cancellations, the names of the new contractors and the prices paid to them in 
each case. Presented March 2, 1914. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

70m. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st March, 1913. for a copy of all tenders 
received and of all letters, telegrams, papers and other documents relating to the mail 
contiaf^t between Tatamagouche and Brule Shore, Colchester County, during the pre- 
sent year. Presented March 2, 1914. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

70"- Return to an Order of the House of the 9th December, 1912, for a copy of all letters, tele- 
grams and corresponrlence referring to the tenders received and the contracts awarded, 
if any, for the carrying of the mails between Antigonish and Livingstone Cove. Pre- 
sentel March 5, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (^Antigonish) Not printed. 

70o. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th May, 1913, for a copy of all telegrams and 
correspondence on file relating to tlie mail service between Antigonish and Livingstone 
Cove, and of the tenders received, and the contract entered into for this service. Pre- 
sented March 12, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (Antigonish) Not printed. 

70P- Return to an Address to His Excellency the Administrator of the 28th April, 1913, for a 
copy of all documents, tenders, contracts, correspondence, orders in council, &c., in 
reference to the mail service between Bridgetown, Port Lome and Hampton, Parlver's 
Cove, Annapolis County, N.S., for which service tenders were recently solicited. Pre- 
sented March 12, 1914. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax) Not printed. 

70(1- Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a copy of the advertise- 
ment for tenders, and of the tenders I'cceived, and of the contract awarded last year, 
for the carrying of the mails between Antigonish and Livingstone Cove, and of all 
letters, teegrams, corresppndence and documents in any way relating thereto. Pre- 
sented March 12, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (Antigo7iish) " Not printed. 

TO*". Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return showing the 
names of all persons tendering, the amount of tender, and to whom awarded in 1913, 
for the carriage of mails covering the following mail routes in Shelburne County, Nova 
Scotia ; Shelburne to Jordan Bay and Jordan Feri-y and return ; Clyde River to Upper 
Clyde and return ; liOwer Woods Harbour to Charlesville and return ; Port Le Herbert 
to Sable River. Presented March 20, 1914. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax) Not printed.- 

70s. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February. 1914, for a copy of all tenders, con- 
tracts, documents, papers and cbrrespondence in connection with tenders and contracts 
for the carriage of mails between Bridgetown and I'ort Loi-ne, Hampton and Parker's 
Cove, in 1912. Presented March 20, 1^14. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax) Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

70f- Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a copy of the contract 
entered into last year for the carrying of the mails between North Lochaber and Col- 
legeville, and of all letters, telegrams, and correspondence referring to said service and 
the awarding of said contract. Presented March 23, 1914. — Mr. Chishohn (Antigonish). 

Not printed. 

70m. Return to an Order of the Hou.se of the 9th February, 1914, for a copy of the advertise- 
ment for tenders, and of the tenders received last year for the carrying of the mails 
between Merigomish and Malignant Cove, and of all letters, telegrams and correspond- 
ence and documents in any way relating thereto. Presented March 25, 1914. — Mr. 
Chisholm. (Antigonish) : Not printed. 

70i'. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th March, 1914, for a return showing how many 
mail contracts have been cancelled in the County of Inverness from September, 1911, 
up to date. 

2. The route of each contract, the name of the contractor, and the amount of each 
contract. 

3. The reasons for cancelling the several contracts. Presented April 22, 1914. — 
Mr. Chisholm (Inverness) Not printed. 

70w. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th March, 1914, for a copy of all letters, tele- 
grams, correspondence, guarantee bonds, and other documents and security relating to 
the renewal of the contract with George A. Stewart for carrying mail between North 
Lochabtr and West Lochaber, in or about the month of May, 1913, of the subsequent 
cancellation of said renewal contract, and of the contract made with Hugh D. Cameron 
for said service. Presented April 29, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (Antigonish) . .Kot printed. 

IQx. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th March, 1914, for a copy of all correspondence, 
telegrams and papers generally concerning the increased railway mail subsidy recently 
agreed upon by the Postmaster General and the various railway companies. Presented 
April 30, 1914. — Mr. Lemieux Not printed. 

70J/. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th May, 1914, for a return showing the names 
of the 82 tenderers for the carrying of the mails between Bale St. Paul and Murray 
Bay, County of Charlevoix, and the amount of the tender in each case. Presented May 
8, 1914. — Mr. Lemieux Not printed. 

70«- Retun to an Order of the House of the 20th April, 1914, for a copy of all letters, papers, 
contracts, memoranda and other documents relative to the mail contract between 
Pietou post office and railway station, between the Post Oiflce Department and Peter 
Foley. Presented May 8, 1914. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

70 (2a. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd ISIarch, 1914, for a copy of all documents, 
letters, recommendations, &c., in connection with a contract awarded to Christophe 
Lavesque, of St. Eleuthere, for the corveyance of the mail between St. Eleuthere and 
Sully. Presented May 11, 1914. — Mr. Lrapointe (Kcunouraska) Not printed. 

70 (2b). Return to an Order of the House of the 11th May, 1914, for a return showing: — 

1. Whether Mr. David Armstrong, mail carrier of the City of Sherbrooke, has 
been dismissed. If so, for what cause? 

2. Whether an investigation was held at which he was given an opportunity of 
meeting his accusers and being heard in his own defence? 

3. How many years Mr. Armstrong has been in the service? 

4. What remuneration he was receiving for his services? 

5. Whether a successor has been appointed? If so, what his name is, who recom- 
mended him and what remuneration he received. Presented May 28, 1914. — Mr. 
McCrea : Not printed. 

70 (2c). Return to an Order of the House of the ISth May, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence, papers, tenders and other documents in any way referring to the transfer from 
J. A. Campbell to Alexander Macdonnell of the contract for carrying the mail from 
Port Hood to South West Port Hood. Presented June 2, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (Inver- 
ness ) Not printed. 

70 (.2d). Return to an Order of the House of the 17th February, 1913, for a return in duplicate 
showing the number of mail contracts cancelled in the Counties of Westmorland, Albert, 
Kings and Kent, Province of New Brunswick, since October 9, 1911, the names of the 
conti actors, the prices paid to them, the reason for the cancellation in each case, and 
a copy of any investigations and reports had into the causes of such cancellations, the 
names of the new contractors, and the prices paid to them in each case; and in cases 
where tenders were asked and received preliminary to such new contracts, a statement 
in duplicate showing names of the tenderers, with the offers made by each, the name 
of the successful tenderer, and the amount or price, for which contract was executed in 
each case ; together with a copy Ln duplicate of all letters, correspondence and other 
communications relating to each such cancellation and the giving of any new contract. 
Presented June 2, 1914. — Mr. Emmerson Not printed. 



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CONTENTS OF VOLITME 2S— Continued. 

71. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd June, 1913, for a copy of all correspondence 

and telegrams relating to complaints, political or otherwise, made against Mrs. Mar- 
celline Roy, postmistress at Elm Tree, Gloucester County, N.B., which led the depart- 
ment to issue an order for an investigation, and the said postmistress to tender her 
resignation, and to the appointment of her successor. Presented January 22, 1914. — 
Mr. Turgeon Not printed. 

72. Return to an Order of the House, of the 26th March, 1913, for a copy of all petitions 

recommendations, correspondence, letters, telegrams and other communications concern- 
ing the change in location of the post office known as Masinasin, Province of Alberta. 
Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Buchanan Not printed. 

73. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st March, 1913, for a copy of all letters, tele- 

grams and petitions concerning the closing of the Moulin Basinet post office. Parish of 
St. Jean de Hatha, County of Joliette. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Lemieux. 

Not printed. 

74. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th April, 1913, for the production of one sample of 

a patented lock and key sold by the Ontario Equipment Company of Ottawa to the Post 
Office Department. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Verville Not printed. 

74«. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd April, 1913, for a copy of all correspondence 
between the Post Office Department and AUeyn Taschereau, advocate of Quebec, con- 
cerning the purchase of new locks for the mail bags. Presented January 22, 1914. — 
Mr. Carvell Not printed. 

74&. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th March, 1914, for a copy of the application, 
correspondence and papers generally concerning mail lock patent No. 151043. Pre- 
sented May 11, 1914. — Mr. Lemieux Not printed. 

75. Return to an Order of the House of the 10th February, 1913, for a copy of all letters, tele- 

grams and other correspondence exchanged between the Post Office Department and 
Messrs. A. de Macdonald, Elzear Monpetit and all others, relating to the change of the 
postmasters at He Perrot North and He Perrot South, Vaudreuil Station, Roquebrune, 
St. Lazare Village, Mount Oscar and Pte. Fortune, and of the report of the inquiring 
commissioner in each of the cases in which an inquiry was held ; of the correspondence 
exchanged between the parties above najned relative to the new post office building at 
Rigaud and of correspondence exchanged between the parties above mentioned, relating 
to the post offices lately named Choisy and Demartigny. Presented January 22, 1914. — 
Mr. Boyer Not printed. 

750. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th April, 1913, for a copy of all documents bear- 
ing on changes asked for in the postmastership of Port Daniel Centre, Avignon, New 
Richmond and Black Cape, Bonaventure County ; and of all documents bearing on the 
closing of Black Cape East post office, Bonaventure County. Presented January 22, 
1914. — Mr. Marcil Not printed. 

756. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all letters, tele- 
grams, papers, and other documents connected with the removal of the post office from 
the store of Alexander Robertson at Red Point, P.E.I., to the store of J. E. Robertson 
of the same place. Presented February 20, 1914. — Mr. Hughes (P.E.I.) . .Not printed. 

75c. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a copy of any complaints 
made against John A. Campbell, postmaster of New Richmond, Quebec, and of all corre- 
spondence bearing on any change called for in that office. Presented March 17, 1914. — 
Mr. Marcil (Bonaventure) Not printed. 

76. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th May, 1913, for a copy of all correspondence and 

telegrams exchanged between the Post Office Department, the Government or any mem- 
ber thereof, the post office inspector at St. John, N.B., or any official of the Post Office 
Department at St. John, N.B., on the one hand, and the postmaster at Kouchibouguac, 
Kent County, N.B., Mr. Cliff Atkinson, or any other person, corporation or firms, relating 
to the sale or non-purchase of postage stamps, or the mailing of letters, delivery of 
mail, &c., at the said post office ; together with a copy of all correspondence, reports 
and other papers and documents in any wise relating thereto, on file in the Post Office 
Department at Ottawa, or in the office of the post office inspector at St. John, N.B. ; 
also a copy of all regulations or orders of the Post Office Department relating to the 
sale of postage stamps, or the mailing of letters, or the delivery of mails, or generally 
as to the use of post office by residents and non-residents. Presented January 22, 
1914. — Mr. Emmerson T^ot printed. 

77. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd June, 1913, for a return showing the names, 

dates of appointment and salary respectively, of the employees of the Moosejaw post 
office. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Knowlcs Not printed. 

77a. Return to ap Order of the House of the 24th February, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams, recommendations, petitions and documents, relating to the appointment of 
Mr. Pierre Cournoyer as postmaster at St. Pierre de Sorel, County of Richelieu. Pre- 
sented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Cardin Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2B—CorUinued. 

77l>. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th April, 1913, for a return showing what public 
officers have been appointed in the City of Qubeec, in the Departments of Inland Reveniw, 
Post Office, Railways and tlie Transcontinental, Customs, Immigration, Marine and Fish- 
eries, Public Works and Militia, since the 1st October, 1911, up to this date; together 
with the names and duties of these persons, the dates of their appointment, the salary 
paid in each case and the increases granted since; also the date of these increases, and 
which ones of these officers have passed the Civil Service examinations required for th« 
positions which they occupy, and on what dates they passed such examinations ; and 
also a copy of all correspondence, requests, recommendations and reports relating to 
the appointment of these officers. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Lachance. 

Not printed. 

77c- Return to an Order of the House of the 29th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, peti- 
tions, telegrams, complaints, evidence, reports and other papers and documents in the 
possession of the Department of Railways and Canals, or of the Intercolonial Railway, 
or of the Government Railway.s Managing Board, relating or in any manner appertain- 
ing to the appointment and employment of train or ticket agents on the Ijitercolonial 
Railway and Prince Edwaj-d Island Railway, together with a copy of all statements 
showing the amounts received by said agent, in cash and tickets, on the trains of the 
respective divisions of said railways ; and also showing the amounts received during 
corresponding periods for the past two years, in cash and tickets, on the same trains 
on the said respective divisions by the conductors of said trains, when no train or 
ticket agents were employed thereon, either before or since the employment of such 
agents on the respective trains and also a copy of all statements showing the results of 
the experiment in employing such ticket agents. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. 
Emmcrson Not printed. 

T7d- Partial Return to an Order of the House of the 9th December, 1912, for a return showing 
when Mr. J. G. H. Bergeron was appointed commissioner to hold investigations, the 
number of investigations held since his appointment, salary received in each case and 
the amount paid for travelling expenses in each case. Presented January 22, 1914. — 
air. Lemienx Not printed. 

77^. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 29th January, 
1913. for a copy of all orders in council, memoranda or instructions issued to or written 

i to H. P. Duchemin in connection with his appointment as a commissioner to conduct 

investigations regarding political partisanship in the Province of Nova Scotia ; ^Iso a 
copy of all letters received by any department of the Government from the said H. P. 
Duchemin relating to such investigations since the date of his appointment as such 
commissioner, and all instructions of whatever nature at any time issued to him relat- 
ing to such Investigations. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Lernieux. . . .Not pi-inted. 

77/. Appointment of F. Roy, as postmaster of St. Phillipe de Nery, &c., Province of Quebec 
Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Lapointe (Kamouraska) Not printed. 

11 g. Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 9th December, 1912, for a return 
showing when Mr. J. G. H. Bergeron was appointed commissioner to hold investigations, 
the number of investigations held since his appointment, salary received in each case 
and the amount paid for travelling expenses in each case. Presented February 23, 1914. 
— Mr. Lernieux Not printed. 

77'»- Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence, telegrams, and other documents, relating to the removal of T. J. Oliver, as 
Dominion Lands Agent at Humboldt, Saskatchewan, his appointment to his present posi- 
tion, and the appointment of his successor at Humboldt. Presented March 6, 1914. — 
Mr. Neely Not printed. 

77^- Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February. 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence, telegrams, letters of instructions, or other documents relating to the removal of 
W. S. McKechnie, as Dominion Lands Agent at Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, and tha 
appointment of his successor. Presented March 6, 1914.— ilfr. Neely Not printed, 

77/- Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of ail correspond- 
ence, telegrams and papers generally in connection with the appointment of Joseph 
Lernieux as postmaster at Mont Louis, County of Gasp4. Presented March 6, 1914. — 
Mr. Lernieux Not printed. 

77^' Return to an Order of the House of the 7th April, 1913, for a copy of all correspondence, 
telegrams, petitions, affidavits, complaints, certificates, recommendations, reports and 
other documents relating to the engagement and appointment for the year 1913, of the 
captains and first and second engineers for dredging machines Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 
9, 10 and 11 of the Department of Marine and Fisheries, under the control of the agency 
at Sorel, and employed in the deepening of the St. Lawrence below Montreal. Return 
to an Order of the House of the 7th April, 1913, for a copy of all correspondence, tele- 
grams, petitions, affidavits, complaints, certificates, recommendations, reports and other 
documents, relating to the enga£;ement and appointment of the captains and engineers 
for the year 1913, for the tugs Carmelia, Chamily. Contrecoeur ,De Levis, Emilia, Iber- 
ville, James Howden, Jesse Hume, Lac St. Pierre, Lanorai^, Lothini-ere, Portneuf, 
Varennes and Vercheres, of the Department of Marine and Fisheries under the control 
of the agency at Sorel. Presented March 23, 1914. — Mr. Cardin Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

77/. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd March, 1914, for a return showing: — 

1. How many additional employees have been added to the 'Customs Department 
in the City of Halifax, since October 10, 1911. 

2. Their names and salaries at the time of their appointment, their respective 
salaries at present, and also their respective ages at the time of appointment. 

3. Whether all of them passed the necessary Civil Service examinations for the 
Customs service. 

4. How many temporary clerks there are upon the said Customs staff, who they 
are, and the dates of their appointment. Presented April 2, 1914. — Mr. Maclean (Hali- 
fax) Not printed. 

nm. Return to an Order of the House of the 28th April, 1913, for a copy of all letters and 
telegrams exchanged between the Government and Messrs. Arch. Macdonald, Elz. Mon- 
pe;it and others, on the subject of the appointment of caretakers of the post office at 
Rigaud, Messrs. Jean Baptiste Charlebois and Napoleon Vallee. Presented April 2, 1914. 
— Mr. Boyer Not printed. 

77M. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd February, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence, recommendations, &c., relating to the appointment of Allan Morrison, St. Peter's, 
N.S., as inspector of dwellings erected on Gregory Island, Richmond County, N.S., in 
1912-1913, and of all accounts, charges, vouchers, &c., rendered to the Department of 
Marine and Fishenles by the said Allan Morrison as such inspector. Presented April 7, 
1914. — Mr. Kyte Not printed. 

77o. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a return showing the 
names, date of appointment, length of service, remuneration and office held by each of 
all the employees of the Department of the Interior in the outside service since January 
1. 1912, to December 31, 1913, not given in the Civil Service list of 1912 or 1913. Pre- 
sented April 21,' 1914. — Mr. Neely Not printed. 

77P. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th April, 1914, for a return showing: — 

1. How many appointments have been made in the Customs Department at Mont- 
real since the 1st of October, 1911. 

2. The names of the persons so appointed, and the dates of their, respective appoint- 
ments. 

3. After what recommendations have they been appointed. 

4. The salary of each of these new employees. 

5. What increases of salaries have been granted in the same department since the 
same date, and to whom, and why. Presented April 29, 1914. — Mr. Proulx. 

Not printed. 

TJq. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return showing the 
number of engineers, assistant engineers, draftsmen, clerks, divers, and students in 
engineering or surveying, or other parties employed by the Department of Public Works 
in the constituency of Bonaventure, from October 11, 1911, to date, with their names, 
residences, salaries, nature of their work, time employed, and on whose recommendation, 
together with a copy of all correspondence, and reports bearing on such employment, 
and of reports made to the said Department of Public Works in that constituency from 
January, 1913, to date. Presented April 30, 1914. — Mr. Marcil {Bonaventure). 

Not printed. 

77r. Return to .in Order of the House of the 12th March, 1914, for a return showing: — 

1. Whether Louis Philippe Thibault, Alphonse Poirier, J. A. Morin, C. F. Rioux, 

Thomas Thibault and Adjutor Demers, of Levis, have been appointed to positions under 

the control of the Postmastei General of Canada. 

:'. If so, to what positions they nzxo. been appointed, what their duties are, when 

they were appointed and their salaries, respectively. 

3. The names of the officers who have been dismissed and replaced by the above. 

4. The total amount of the annual salaries of said dismissed officers. Presented 
May 4, 1914. — Mr. Bourassa Not pri7it(:d. 

77s. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th March, 1914, for a copy of all recommenda- 
tions, protests, petitions, and representations received by the Government or any 
Department or Minister thereof, regarling the appointment of the present collector of 
customs at Antigonish, and of all the letters, telegrams and correspondence relating 
thereto. Presented May 15, 1914. — Afr. Chisholm (Inverness) Not printed. 

77t. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th March, 1914, for a copy of all recommenda- 
tions, protests, petitions, and representations received by the Governmcst or any Depart- 
ment or Minister thereof, regarding the appointment of the present collector of customs 
at Antigonish, and of all the letters, telegrams and correspondence relating thereto. 
Presented May 16, 1914. — Jlf)-. Chisltolm (Antigonish) Not printed. 

77w. Return to an Order of the House of the ICth February, 1914, for a copy of all papers in 
connection with the employment of Arthur Dubisson as immigration agent at Gravel- 
burg, Sask , and all papers in connection with tho said Dubisson, showing the moneys 
paid to him and the work performed by him. Presented May 30, 1914. — 3/?-. Knoivles. 

Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

78. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th April, 1913, for a copy of all documents, recom- 

mendations and correspondence relating to the resignation of C. A. R. Desjardins, as 
postmaster at St. Andre de Kamouraska, and the appointment of his successor. Pre- 
sented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Lapointc (Kamouraska) Not printed. 

78«- Return to an Order of the House of the 28th April, 1913, for a copy of all complaints or 
ch'.rges against Fred. R. Irish, postmaster at Afton, Antif?onish County, N.S., and of 
all correspondence on file in reference thereto. Presented January 2?, 1914. — Mr. Chis- 
holm (Antigonish) Not printed. 

79. Return to an Order of the House of the 29th January, 1913, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence, papeis, &c., concerning the application made by the Long Sault DevelopKient Com- 
pi'ny, with a view to dam the St. Lawrence river above the Long Sault rapids from the 
American to the Canadian side. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Lemieux. 

Not printed. 

79a. Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 29th January, 1913, for a copy of 
all correspondence, papers, &c., concerning the application made by the Long Sault 
Develoi ment Company, with a view to dam the St. Lawrence river above the Long 
Sault rapids from the American to the Canadian side. Presented February 12, 1914. — 
Mr. Lemieux Not printed. 

80. Return to an Order of the House of the 21st April, 1913, for a return showing all leases 

of water powers granted on the Winnipeg river, the dates of such leases, to whom 
granted, and the location of the water powers covered by each ; together wjth a copy 
of all correspondence passing between the Government, or any member thereof and any 
person or persons, with respect to such leases. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. 
Martin (Regina) Not p<rinted. 

80^- Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd April, 1913, for a return showing whether the 
Governmc-nt cancelled any water lot leases on the Lachine Canal and, if so, the dates 
of such cancellation ; the names of the lessees : length of time the cancelled leases were 
in force, and the rental paid in each case ; the names of the lessees whose water lot 
leases on the said canal have not been cancelled, and the rental paid by each ; the 
basis on which rental has been calculated and the method to be followed in future ; the 
reasons why some leases were cancelled and others allowed to remain in force ; and if 
tenders are to be invited through the press for such water lot leases in future. Pre- 
sented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Buchanan Not printed. 

80&. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd April, 1913, for a return showing all leases 
or permits granted to clubs or individuals to erect or maintain boat houses on the 
Rideau canal between Laurier avenue bridge and Hartwells Locks, the date of such 
leases or permits, to whom granted, and the rental in each case ; together with a copy 
of all correspondence between the Government, or any member thereof, and any person 
or peisons with respect to' such leases or permits and the cancellation thereof. Pre- 
sented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Murphy Not printed. 

80c. Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd April, 1913, for a return show- 
ing whether the Government cancelled any water lot leases on the Lachine canal and, 
if so, the date of such cancellation ; the names of the lessees ; length of time the can- 
cel'ed leases were in force, and the rental paid in each case; the names of the lessees 
whose water lot leases on the said canal have not been cancelled, and the rental paid 
by each ; the basis on which rental has been calculated and the method to be followed 
in future ; the reasons why some leases were cancelled and others allowed to remain 
in force ; and if tenders are to be invited through the press for such water lot leases in 
future. Presented March 13, 1914. — Mr. Buchanan Not printed. 

80rf- Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd March, 1914, for a copy of the agreement for 
a lease of water power on the Saskatchewan river at Rocky Rapids. Alberta, made with 
the Edmonton Power Company, with information in detail as to the operations carried 
on by the company to date. Presented April 21, 1914. — Mr. Oliver Not printed. 

81. Return to an Order of the House of the 2Sth April, 1913, for a return showing a list of all 

the newspapers in Canada in which advertisements have been inserted by the Govern- 
ment, or any minister, officer or department thereof, between October 10, 1911, and the 
present date, together with a statement of the gross amount paid therefor between the 
above dates to each of said newspapers or to the proprietors of the same. Presented 
January 22. 1914. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

81a. Partial Return to an Order of the House of the 30th April. 1913, for a return showing a 
list of all newspapers in Canada in which advertisements have been inserted by the 
Government, or any minister, officer or department thereof, between the 10th day of 
October, 1906, and 10th October, 1907, and between said dates in each of the years fol- 
lowing up to the 10th of October, 1911, together with a statement of the gross amount 
paid therefor for the years mentioned, to each of the said newspapers or the proprietors 
of the same. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Thornton Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

SI?*- Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 30th April, l913, for a return show- 
ing a list of all the newspapers in Canada in which advertisements have been inserted 
by the Government, or any minister, officer or department thereof, between the 10th 
day of October, 1906, and 1 0th October, 1907, and between said dates in each of the 
rears following up to the 10th of October, 1911, together with a statement of the gross 
amount paid therefor for the years mentioned, to each of the said newspapers or the 
proprietors of the same. Presented April 1, 1914.— ilfr. Thornton Not printed. 

81c. Fu:ther Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 28th April, 1913, for a 
return showing a list of all the newspapers in Canada in which advertisements have 
been inserted by the Government, or any minister, officer or department thereof, between 
Octoper 10, 1911, and the present date, together with a statement of the gross amount 
paid therefor between the above dates to each of said newspapers or to the proprietors 
of the same. Presented April 2, 1914.— Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

81d. Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 30th, April, 1913, for a Return 
showing a list of all the newspapers in Canada in which advertisements have been 
inserted by the Government, or any minister, officer or department thereof, between the 
10th dav of October, 1906, and 10th October, 1907, and between said dates in each of 
the years following up to the 10th of October, 1911 ; together with a statement of the 
gross amount paid therefor for the years mentioned, to each of the said newspapers or 
the proprietors of the same. Presented April 2, 1914. — Mr. Thornton Not printed. 

81«. Return to an Order of the House of the 15th April, 1914, for a return showing how much 

money has been paid by the Government, or any department thereof, since October 10, 

■ 1911, to the Herald Publishing Company of Halifax, N.S., for advertising, printing and 

lithographing. Presented April 27, 1914. — ilfr. Sinclair Not printed. 

81/- Return to an Order of the House of the 4th February, 1914, for a return showing the 
names of all printing and publishing companies, and newspapers in Nova Scotia to 
whom any sum of money has been paid respectively, by any department of Government, 
during the calendar years 1912 and 1913 respectively, and the nature of the service 
rendered therefor. Presented April 29, 1914. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax) ... .Not printed.. 

81g. Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 28th April, 1913, for a return 
showing a" list of all the newspapers in Canada in which advertisements have been 
inserted by the Government, or any ministeiv officer or department thereof, between 
October 10, 1911, and the present date, together with a statement of the gross amount 
paid therefor between the above dates to each of said newspapers or to the proprietors 
of the same. Presented May 11, 1914. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

82. Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd February, 1913, for a copy of all letters, cor- 

respondence, reports and other documents in the possession of the Department of Rail- 
ways and Canals relating to an application by the Central Railway Company of Can- 
ada to the Honourable Minister of Railways and Canals for the approval of their pro- 
I)Osed route between Hawkesbury and South Indian. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. 
Proulx ^ot printed. 

83. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th December, 1912, for a copy of all documents, 

papers, memoranda, rulings, findings, appeals and correspondence relating to any appeal 
asserted from any decision, ruling or finding of the Board of Railway Commissioners at 
Canada to the Privy Council of Canada, and the action taken by the Privy Council 
thereon. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax) Not printed. 

84. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th May, 1913, for a return showing the total cost 

of the Elmira Branch Railway in Prince Edward Island ; the total amounts paid the 
contractors. Whitehead Brothers ; the total amount paid by the Government after taking 
the work off the contractor's hands, and showing the amount paid in wages each month, 
the names of the men to whom it was paid, the positions they held, and the wages per 
day to each ; also showing what materials were used, each kind and class, with the 
cost of each, from whom purchased, and when, and the quantities left over, if any. 
Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Hughes (P.E.I.) Not printed. 

85. Return to an Order of the House of the 13th January, 1913, for a copy of all letters, tele- 

grams, correspondence and documents referring in any way to the claim of the muni- 
cipalities of Pictou, Antigonish, Guysboro and St. Mary's for payment or refund to 
them of the monies paid by said municipalities for the right of way of that part of the 
Intercolonial Railway running through the Counties of Pictou, Antigonish and Guys- 
boro. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (Antigonish) Not priiited. 

85a- Return to an Order of the House of the 12th May, 1913, for a copy of all claims made by 
H. F. McDougall, of Grand Narrows, N.S., against the Intercolonial Railway, and of all 
letters, telegrams and other documents in connection with the said claim or claims ; 
together with the particulars of said claims ; the amount or amounts paid upon said 
claim or claims ; the particular items of the claim or claims upon which payments, if 
any, were made; the date of the filing of the claims and of the payment or payments 
made thereon ; and the total amount paid on said claims or upon any other claims made 
by the said H. F. McDougall against the said Intercolonial Railway or the Government 
of Canada. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

85&- Return to an Order of the House of the ISth February, 1914, for a copy of all documents, 
leters, petitions, telegrams and evidence heard, reports, &c., in connection with the 
claims of Eugene Demers and Joseph Olivier, of the parish of St Nicholas, County of 
Ij^vis, for damages arising out of flres caused by the Intercolonial Railway's locomo- 
tives ; and, if investigations have been held, a copy of all evidence and documents relat- 
ing thereto. Presented March 6, 1914. — Mr. Bourassa Not printed. 

85c. Return to an Order of the House of the 27th April, 1914, for a copy of all letters, tele- 
grams, reports, correspondence and documents relative to the claims made for damages 
from a flre in the village of Hopewell, County of Pictou, which was occasioned by 
sparks from a locomotive on the Intercolnial Railway. Presented May 13, 1914. — Mr. 
Macdonald Not printed. 

86. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th May, 1913, for a copy of all reports, corre- 

spondence and other documents on file in the Department of Raiwlays and Canals, relat- 
ing in any way to a suggested survey and construction of a line of railways from 
Country Harbour, Guysborough County, N.S., to Cape George, N.S., or any other point 
in Antigonish County. Presented January 22. 1914. — Mr. Chishohn (Antigonish). 

Not printed. 

86a. Return to an Order of the House of the 29th January, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 
written to the Right Honourable the Prime Minister, the Honourable the Minister of 
Railways and Canals, or any other member of the Government since October 10, 1911, 
by S. R. Griffin. Goldboro, N.S., John S. Wells, White Head. N.S., and G. A. R. Row- 
lings, Sydney, N.S., relating to the construction of a branch line of the Intercolonial 
Railway into the County of Guysboro. N.S., also of the replies to the same. Pre- 
sented January 22. 1914. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

87. Return to an Order of the House of the 27th January, 1913, for a copy of the contract 

entered into by C. R. Scoles, New Carlisle, Quebec, with the Department of Railways 
and Canals for the completion of the Atlantic and Lake Superior Railway between 
Caplin and Paspebiac, and of the report of the engineers on such work, of details of 
payments, and of all documents bearing on such matter. Presented January 22, 1914. 
— Mr. Marail Not printed. 

88. Return to an Order of the House of the 21st May, 1913, for a copy of all documents, corre- 

spondence, reports and incjuiries, relating to an accident which occurred at Trois Pis- 
toles, Intercolonial Railway on 10th September, 1912, respecting the death of Ars&ne 
Ouellet, and the wounds inflicted on Joseph Gagnon, at the time that these two men 
were struck by train No. 150 on the above date. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. 
Boulay Not printed. 

89. Annual Return respecting Trade Unions under Cbapter l25, R.S.C., 1906. Presented by 

Hon. Mr. Coderre, January 22, 1914 Not printed. 

90. Return to an Order of the House of the 29th January, 1913, for a return showing: — 

1. Wliat purchases of land have been made by the Dominion of Canada since Con- 
federation? 

2. The amount of money paid for same? 

3. The approximate area of land so purchased? 

4. In w'hat provinces the said land is now situated? 

5. The approximate area in each province? 

6. The acreage of school lands set aside by the Government for the Provinces of. 

Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta? 

7. The present approximate value of the said school lands so set aside in each of 
the said Provinces? ' 

8. The number of acres of the said school lands already sold in each of the said 
Provinces, and the proceeds of such sales, deducting expenses? 

9. The acreage of lands set apart at any time by the Government as an endowment 
to any university, the name of the university, and the Province in which the lands are 
situated? 

10. The number of acres of swamp lands transferred to the Province of Manitoba 
under the provisions of Chapter 50 of the Acts if 1885 and amendments thereto? 

11. The gross amount of cash allowance made at any time by the Federal Govern- 
ment to each or any Province of Canada, to assist in the construction of necessary 
public buildings? 

12. The approximate value of the railway, public works and other assets of each 
of the Provinces of Canada, taken over by the Federal Government at the time that 
each Province entered the union? 

13. The annual compensation made to the Province of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and 
Alberta, by reason of the fact that they are deprived of the public lands as a source of 
revenue? 

14. The debt allowance to any time placed to the credit of each of the Provinces of 
Canada by the Federal Government. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Sinclair. 

Not printed. 
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 28— C ontinued. 

90a- Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 29th January, 1913, for a return 
showing : — 

1. What purchases of land have been made by the Dominion of Canada since Con- 
federation? 

2. The amount of money paid for same? 

3. The approximate area of land so purchased? 

4. In what Provinces the said land is now situated? _ 

5. The approximate area in each Province? 

6. The acreage of school lands set aside by the Government for the Provinces of 
Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta? 

7. The present approximate value of tlie said school lands so set aside in each of 
the said Provinces? 

8. The number of acres of the said school lands already sold in each of the said 
Provinces, and the vroceeds of such sales, deducting expenses. 

9. The acreage of lands set apart at any time by the Government as an endow- 
ment to any university, the name of the university, and the Province in which the lands 
are situated? 

10. The number of acres of swamp lands transferred to the Province of Manitoba 
under the provisions of Chapter 50 of the Acts of 1S85 and amendments thereto? 

11. The gross amount of cash allowance made at any time by the Federal Govern- 
ment to each or any Province of Canada, to assist in the construction of necessary 
public buildings? 

12. The approximate value of the railway, public works and other assets of each 
of the Provinces of Canada, taken over by the Federal Government at the time that 
each Province entered the union? 

13. The annual compensation made to the Provinces of Manitoba. .Saskatchewan 
and Alberta, by reason of the fact that they are deprived of the public lands as a 
source of revenue? 

14. The debt allowance to any time placed to the credit of each of the Provinces 
of Canada by the Federal Government. Presented March 12, 1914.- — Mr. Sinclair. 

Not pi-inted. 

91. Partial Return to an Order of the House of the 12th May, 1913, for a return showing the 
names and purposes of the several Commissions created by legislation or Orders in 
Council since October 12. 1911 ; the names of the members of the several commissioners, 
with their respective salaries and remuneration ; the names of commissions still in 
existence; and the names of commissions created since October 12, 1911, which have 
ceased to exist. Presented January 22, 1914. — Mr. Oliver Not printed. 

91a. Partial Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 4th 
December, 1912, for a copy of each Commission issued by the Government since October 
10, 1911, directing an investigation to be held ; and also for a copy of the evidence 
taken and the report made in each case that has been concluded. Presented Jlanuary 
22, 1914. — Mr. Murphy Not printed. 

91b. Further Supplementary Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General 
of the 4th December, 1912, for a cony of each Commission issued by the Government 
since October 10, 1911, directing an investigation to be held; and also for a copy of the 
evidence taken and the report made in each case that has been concluded. Presented 
February 9, 1914. — Mr. Murphy Not printed. 

91c Return to an Order of the House of the 9th December, 1912, for a return showing the 
number of Commissions formed by the Government since September 21, 1912, the names 
and the occupations of the Commissioners appointed, their duties, the duration of their 
services, and their remuneration. Presented February 12, 1914.— Mr. Devlin. 

Not printed. 

91<Z. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 9th February, 

1914, for a copy of the Order in Council appointing a Commission for the purpose of 

beautifying the city of Ottawa and vicintiy, of all correspondence with regard to the 

same, and of all reports made by the commission up to date. Presented March 6, 1914. 

— Sir W. Laurier Not printed. 

91e. Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 12th May, 1913, for a return show- 
ing the names and purposes of the several Commissions created by legislation or Orders 
in Council since October 12, 1911 ; the liames of the members of the several commis- 
sionei s, with their respective salaries and remuneration ; the names of commissions still 
in existence; and the names of commissions created since October 12, 1911, which liave 
ceased to exist. Presented March 9, 1914. — Mr. Oliver Not printed. 

91/. Return to an Order of the Hoxise of the 9th February, 1914, for a return showing the num- 
ber and i)articulars of Commissions appointed or issued imder tlie InqU'ries Act since 
October 1, 1911, the purpose or object thereof, the name of the Commissioner or Commis- 
sioners, and the cost of each to the present time. Presented May 29, 19l4. — Mr. Maclean 
{Halifax) Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

92. Partial Return to an Order of the House of the 28th April. 1913, for a return showing all 

tliose wlio have been holding investigations within the judicial district of Three Rivers, 
since October 15, 1911. to date, in reference to the conduct of men holding offices from 
the Dominion Government, the place where each investigation was held, the amount 
paid to each investigator in each case ; the Barnes of the solicitors employed in each 
cas^ the post office addresses, and the amount paid in each case to the solicitor. Pre- 
sented January 22, 1914.— Jfr. Bureau -Not printed. 

93. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th March, 1913, for a return showing whether 

the Government paid or intends to pay fees and disbursements of the witnesses sum- 
moned by the commissioners appointed by it in the County of L^vis, to hold inquiries 
on the conduct of public officers whose dismissal had been requested ; the amounts 
which have been paid and to whom, and the sum remaining to be paid for the same 
purpose. Presented January 23, 1914. — Mr. Bourassa Not printed. 

93a. Partial Return to an Order of the House of the 4th June, 1913, for a return showing the 
total expenditure to date by the present administration in connection with the investi- 
gation of charged partisan conduct against officials. Presented January 23, 1914. — Mr. 
Sinclair Not printed. 

93b. Partial Return to an Order of the House of the 7th May, 1913, for a return showing in 
deaail the names of witnesses summoned by Commissioner H. P. Duchemin in connect-on 
with all investigations held by him in the counties of North Cape Breton and Victoria, 
South Cape Breton, Inverness and Antigonish, Nova Scotia, and the amounts paid in 
each such case. Presented January 23, 1914. — Mr. Carroll Not printed. 

93c. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th April, 1913, for a return showing in detail the 
expenditure incurred since October 11, 1911, in connection with investigations held in 
Bonaventure County by commissioners appointed by the Departments of the Post Office, 
Customs, and Marine and Fisheries into charges made against employees of said depart- 
ments of offensive political partisanship, together with the names and amounts paid to 
each of said commissioners in each investigation, as well ns details of amounts paid to 
Witnesses and others. Presented January 23, 1914. — Mr. Marcil Not printed. 

93d. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th February, 1913, for a copy of all statements 
of account for salary or remuneration to the commissioher, and his expenses for wit- 
ness fees, and all other expenses in connectoin with the investigation by Commissioner 
Duchemin, of the following, persons in the Ciunty of Guysboro, Nova Scotia namely : — ■ 

H. L. Tory, fishery officer, Guysboro. 
John W. Davis, fishery officer, Guysboro. 
Patrick Shea, postmaster, Tompkinsville. 
John M. Rogers, postmaster. East Roman Valley. 
James Bowles, postmaster. Alder River. 
Abner M. Carr, postmaster, St. Frangois Harliour. 
Everett Hadley, postmaster, Oyster Ponds. 
Parker S. Hart, postmaster, Lower Manchester. 
S. M. Ferguson, preventive officer, Oyster Pond. 
Robert Hendsbee, postmaster, Half Island Cove. 
A. B. Cox, Manager Reduction Works, Canso. 
Edward Kelly, engineer. Reduction Works, Canso. 

D. S. Hendsbee, weigher. Reduction Works, Canso. 
Al «. Roberts, postmaster, Canso. 

David Sutherland, caretaker, Canso. 

Henry Hanlon, chief engineer. Hatchery, Canso. 

Thos. Sullivan, assistant engineer, Canso. 

W. G. Matthew, cockswain life-boat, Canso. 

Patrick Ryan, assistant cockswain life-boat, Canso. 

M. McCutcheon. postmaster, Sonora. 

Stanley McCutcheon, preventive officer, Sonora. 

Freeman Pride, lightkeeper, Sonora. 

David Reid, fishery officer. Port Hilford. 

L. M. Pye, customs officer, Liscomb. 

Stanley Henilow, lightkeeper, JjiscQnib. 

W. H. Hemlow. keeper storm drum, Liscomi,. 

R. Conroy, postmaster. Country Harbour. 

John Milward, postmaster, Stormont. 

A. W. Salsman, postmaster. Lower Country Harbour. 

W. B. Harris, postmaster. Whitehead. 

E. L. Munro, customs officer. Whitehead. 
W. L. Munro, lightkeeper. Whitehead. 
Patrick Conway, lightkeeper, Whiteheail 

H. P. Munro, cockswain life-boat. Whitehead. 
lievl Munro, harbour master. Whitehead. 
Willia^n McKinnon, postmaster, Erinville. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S—ConUnued. 

J. H. McMillan, manager hatchery, Isaac's Harbour. 
Sanford Langley, postmaster, Isaac's Harbour North. 
Fred. E. Cox, engineer lobster hatchery, Isaac's Harbour. 
Simon Hodgson, assistant engineer, Isaac's Harbour. 
Archibald Brass, postmaster, L. New Harbour. 
Parker Sangster, postmaster, New Harbour West. 
William Gerrior, customs officer, Larry's River. 
James M. Webber, lightkeeper, Torbay Point. 
W. A. Hattie, preventive officer, Mulgrave. 
J. P. Reeves, postmaster, Mulgrave. 
John P. Meagher, foreman deck-hand, Mulgrave. 
Philip H. Ryan. Intercolonial Railway employee, Mulgrave. 
Alex. Wilkinson, Intercolonial Railway employee, Mulgrave. 
Alex. McTnnis, car inspector, IVIulgrave. 
Frank Fcugere, postmaster. Port Felix. 
Sam. Smith, postmaster, Port Felix, West. 
Captain Freeman Myers, postmaster, Cole Harbour. 
George Taylor, postmaster, Beckerton. 

Stephen C. Richard, lightkeeper, Charlo's Cove. Presented January 26, 1914. — Mr. 
Sinlair ^"^ printed. 

93c. Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 7th May, 1913, for a return show- 
ing in detail the names of witnesses summoned by Commissioner H P. Duchemin in con- 
nection with all investigations held by him in the Counties of North Cape Breton and 
Victoria, South Cape Breton, Inverness and Antigonish, Nova Scotia, and the amounts 
raid in each such case. Presented February 10, 1914. — Mr. Carroll Not printed. 

93/. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th December, 1912, for a return showing when 
H. P. Duchemin, of Sydney, Nova Scotia, was appointed commissioner to hold investi- 
gations, the number of investigations held since his appointment, names of officials 
investigated, if evidence and report in each investigation has been forwarded by Mr. 
Duchemin to the department interested, if not, in what cases has no evidence and report 
been submitted, salary or remuneration received in each case, and amount paid for 
travelling expenses in' each case. Presented February 10, 1914. — Mr. Carroll. 

~^ Not printed. 

93ff. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd February, 1914, for a return showing the 
expenditures by the Intercolonial Railway in connection with all the inquiries and 
investigations held by H. P. Duchemin, concerning any and all employees of the Depart- 
ment ci Railways and Canals, or of the Intercolonail Railway, for any cause whatever, 
and relnting to' any complaints or charges, or to any matter of whatsoever nature, 
giving in detail the items of all accounts or bills of or payments to the said H. P. 
Duchemin in conne'ction with same, during the years 1912, 1913, and for the year 1914 
to date ; together with a statement showing the total amounts paid in each specified 
investigation and the total paid in each year, for the whole period to the said H. P. 
Duchemin. Presented March 5, 1914. — Mr. Emmerson Not printed. 

93fc. Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 7th May, 1913, for a return show- 
ing indetail the names of witnesses summoned by Commissioner H. P. Duchemin in con- 
nection with all investigations held by him in the Counties of North Cape Breton and 
Victoria, South Cape Breton, Inverness and Antigonish, Nova Scotia, and the amounts 
paid in each such case. Presented March 17, 1914. — Mr. Carroll Not printed. 

93i. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd March, 1914, for a return showing in detail 
the expenses and cost cf an inquiry or investigation held by Commissioner Adair, under 
the authority of the Department of Railways and Canals, into the affairs of the Elec- 
trical Branch of the Intercolonial Railway at Moncton, and the conduct of .Tohn W. 
Gaskin and others, in relation to their services in said branch or otherwise, held during 
ihe year 1912; together with the names of the commissioner, the agents, attorneys, 
counsel, constables, police officers, detectives, witnesses or other persons in connection 
with said inquiry ; the number of days consumed and paid for in the conduct thereof, 
and the services rendered by each person in connection therewith ; and a detailed state- 
ment of the sum or sums of money paid to each party therefor, at what rate and the 
amo ints paid to each witness sworn and in attendance or otherwise, together with a 
copy of all bills, claims or accounts rendered in connection with said inquiry, and -of 
all vouchers for moneys paid, by whom paid and to whom ; with a copy of all letters or 
other correspondence relating to the appointment of a commissioner, and of counsel to 
be engaged or other officers employed, and relating to the compensation to be paid for 
services, and in connection with any of said bills, accounts, p.iyments and vouchers, with 
a statement or summary of the total cost of said investi.gation, showing the number of 
ra'lw;\y employees called as witnesses, the witness fees allowed and paid them, and the 
cases in which their time respectively was not allowed them while absent to give such 
evi(ience, and the cases to which such time was allowTid and no deduction made from 
their wages or salaries for the period of their absence in attendance at such inquiry as 
such witnesses respectively. Presented May 13, 1914. — Mr. Emmerson. .. .Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

94. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th December, 1912, for a return showing how 

many citizens of the United States have been empjoyed by the Government since Novem- 
ber 1, 1911, in what department employed, their names and occupations and salary paid 
to each, and also, the number appointed under section 21 of the Civil Service Act. Pre- 
sented January 24, 1911.— J/r. Murphy Not printed. 

95. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd April, 1913, .for a copy of all letters, telegrams, 

papers and documents in any way relating to the purchase of property at Long Beach 
St. Mary's, Digby County, N.S., for a lobster pond. Presented January 23, 1914. — Mr. 
Laio Not printed. 

96. Return to an Order of the House of the 24th February, 1913, for a copy of all requests, 

petitions, fcc, made to the Government, or any department thereof, by the residents of 
Mira, County of Cape Breton, for subsidies for boats, wharf accommodations, or in- 
creased facilities on the Mira river. Presented January 23, 1914. — Mr. Carroll. 

Not printed. 

97. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th May, 1913, for a copy of all reports, corre- 

spondence, telegrams and other documents in the custody or control of the Militia 
Depa;tment or the Railway Department, concerning matters brought to the attention 
of the Mil Ua Department by B. A. Ingraham, of Sydney, N.S., with reference to the 
transportation of the Sydney militia over the Intercolonial Railway in the year 1912. 
Presented January 23, 1914. — Mr. Carroll Not printed. 

98. Medical inspection of immigrants at port of entry in Canada. — {Senate Not printed. 

99. Public health service, several branches of R.S. engaged in. — {Senate) Not printed. 

100. Proposed harbour at Skinner's Pond — Surveys made for, &c. — {Seytate) Not printed. 

101. Investigation held in 1912 re dredging operations in British Columbia. — {Senate). 

Not printed. 

lOlO- Investigation held by Mr. Wilson, B.C., against Captain Murdock Young. — {Senate). 

Not printed. 

102. Quantities of wheat by grades received at elevators at Fort William. — {Senate). 

Not printed. 

103. Projected railway or highway bridge over the Restigouche River, X.B. Presented 

January 26, 1914. — Mr. Marcil Not printed. 

104. Relating to the employees of the different departments at Ottawa, the provinces, and 

territories, &c. Presented January 26, 1914. — Mr. Wilson {Laval) Not printed. 

104o- Return to an Order of the House of the 11th December, 1912, for a return showing for 
each department of the Civil Service, the names, ages, oflices and salaries of such per- 
sons employed either in the inside or outside divisions thereof, and of such persons not 
in the Civil Service employed by the Government in any department since the 10th 
October, 1911 ; and in cases where no commission of investigation was appointed, as 
have been removed from office by dismissal, superannuation or otherwise, specifying in 
each case the manner of, and grounds for such removal, and the length of notice given 
to the person removed, and the amount of superannuation or gratuity granted, if any ; 
also showing the name, age, office and salary or remuneration of any and every person 
appointed to the Civil Service in the place of, or as a consequence of any such removal. 
Presented January 26, 1914. — Mr. Murphy Not printed. 

104'!'- Partial Return to an Order of the House of the 11th December, 1912, for a return show- 
ing for each department of the Civil Service, the names, ages, offices and salaries of 
such persons enlployed either in the inside or outside divisions thereof, and of such per- 
sons not in the Civil Service employed by the Government in any department since the 
10th' October, 1911; and in cases where no commission of investigaiton was appointed, 
as have been removed from office by dismissal, superannuation or otherwise, specifying 
in each case the manner of, and grounds for such removal, and the length of notice 
given to the person removed, and the amount of superannuation or gratuity granted, 
if any ; also showing the name, age, office and salary or remuneration of any and every 
person appointed to the Civil Service in the place of, or as a consequence of any such 
removal. Presented February 10, 1914. — Mr. Murphy Not printed. 

104c. Further Supplementary Return to an Order of the Plouse of the 11th December, 1912, for 
a return showing for each department of the Civil Service, the names, ages, offices and 
salaries of such persons employed either in the inside or outside divisions thereof, and 
of such persons not in the Civil Service employed by the Government in any department 
since the 10th October, 1911 ; and in cases where no commission of investigation was 
appointed, as have been removed from office by dismissal, superannuation or otherwise, 
specifying in each case the manner of, and grounds for such removal, and the length 
of notice given to the person removed, and the amount of superannuation or gratuity 
granted, if any ; also showing the name, age, office and salary or remuneratio-~ of any 
and every person appointed to the Civil Service in the place of, or as a consequence of 
any such removal. Presented March 10, 1914. — Mr. Murphy , .Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

104d. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd February, 1914, for a return showing the 
total number of officials and employees in the Department of Public Printing ajid 
Stationery on February 1, 1914 ; and the increase in wages granted to the several 
groups of employees during the year 1913. Presented March 18, 1914. — Mr. Murphy. 

Not printed. 

104e. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd February, 1914, for a return showing how 
many persons have been appointed to positions in the inside Civil Service since October 
10, 1911, who had not passed the public competitive examination held by the Civil Ser- 
vice Commission in May and Xovember of each year. 

2. How many of such persons were appointed in each department. Presented 
March 23, 1914. — Mr. Murphy Not printed. 

104/. Return to an order of the House of the 4th March, 1914, for a return showing how many 
persons have been appointed to the Inside Service of the Post Office Department by the 

_ present Government, with the names of the appointees, the grade each of them was 
appointed to, and the salary in each case ; how many of tliese appointees passed the 
C:v 1 Service examination, and how many did not do so, with the names in each case. 
Presented April 1, 1914. — Mr. Proulx Not printed. 

104^. Further Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of 11th December, 1912, for a 
return showing for each department of the Civil Service, the names, ages, offices and 
salaries of s.;ch persons employed either in the inside or outside divisions thereof, and 
of such p rsons not in the Civil Service employed by the Government in any department 
since the ICth October, 1911; and in cases where no commission of investigation was 
appointe;!, as have been removed from office by dismissal, superannuation or otherwise, 
specifying in each case the manner of, and grounds for such removal, and the length 
of notice given to the person removed, and the amount of superannuation ci gratuity 
granted, if any ; also showing the name, age, office and salary or remuneration of any 
and every person appointed to the Civil Service in the place of, or as a consequence of 
any such removal. Presented April 2, 1914. — Mr. Murphy Not printed. 

104^. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd April, 1914, for a return showing how mnay 
certifi -ates for promotion have been asked from the Civil Service Commissioners since 
the 31st March, 1913 ; how manj- of such certificates have been refused, and to whom, 
and the reasons given in each case for such refusal. Presented April 16, 1914.— Afr 
Carroll Not printed. 

104«. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th 'March, 1914, for a return showing the salary 
of each deputy minister ; the number of clerks or employees under each of the deputy 
ministers, or over whose work the deputy is supposed to exercise supervision ; the salary 
of the Customs Commissioner, and length of time employed. Presented April 23, 1914. 
— Mr. Chisholm (Inverness) Not printed. 

105. 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. Presented by Hon. Mr. 
Roche, January 27, 1914 Not printed. 

106. Copy of the Seventh Joint Report of the Commissioners for the Demarcation of the Meri- 

dian of the 141st Degree of West Longitude. Presented by Hon. Mr. Roche, January 
2S, 1913 .' Not printed. 

107. Return showing lands sold by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company during the year 

which ended on the 1st October, 1913. Presented by Hon. Mr. Roche, January 2S, 1914. 

Not printed. 

108. Regulations relating to the Parcel Post Service, 1914. Presented by Hon. Mr. Pelletier, 

January 28, 1914 Not pritited. 

109. Report of the proceedings of the Commisioners of Internal Economy of the House of Com- 

mons for 1912-1913. pursuant to Rule 9. Presented by Mis Honour the Speaker, 
February 2, 1913 Not printed. 

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

the 1st October, 1912, and 30th November, 1913, in accordance with the provisions of 
"The Forest i:eserves and Park Act," Section 19, of Chapter 10, 1-2 George V. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Roche, February 2, 1914 Not printed. 

llOo. Return of Orders in Council which have been published in the Canada Gazette, between 
the 1st October, 1912, and 30th November. 1913, in accordance with the provisions of 
Section 5 of 'The Dominion Lands Survey Act," Chapter 21, 7-8 Edward VII. 

Not printed. 

\10b. Return of Orders in Council which have been published in the Canada Gazette, between 
1st October, 1912, and 30th November, 1913, in accordance with the provisions of Sec- 
tion 77 of "The Dominion Lands Act," Chapter 20 of the Statutes of Canada, 1908. 

Not printed. 
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

llOc. Return of Orders in Council which have been published in the Canada Gazette and in the 
British Columbia Gazette, between 1st October, 1912, and 30th November. 1913, in 
accordance with provisions of subsection (d) of Section 38 of the regulations for ' the 
survey, administration, disposal and managrement of Dominion lands within the 40-mile 
ra'lway belt in the Province of British Columbia. Presented by Hon. Mr. Roche, 
February 2, 1914 • N^f printed. 

llOd. Return of cofjes of all Orders in Council, plans, papers and correspondence which are 
required to be presented to the House of Commons, under a resolution passed on the 
20th February, 18S2, since the date of the last return, under such resolution. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Roche, January 28, 1914 Not printed. 

110^- Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a copy of all letters, 
papers, homestead inspector's reports, declarations and of all other documents connected 
in r.ny way with the entry and cancellation proceedings against the homestead entry 
of James Bruce for the southeast quarter section 36, in townshpi 49, range 27, West 
second meridian. Presented March 6, 1914. — Mr. Neely Not printed. 

110/- Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a copy of all papers in 
connection with the disposition of the S.E. J, section 16, township 25, range 5, West fifth 
m.n-idian. Presented March 10, 1914.— -J//'. Oliver Not printed. 

110i7. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a copy of all papers 
in connection with the S.W. J, 23-16-12 W, 3 M. Presented March 10. 1914. — Mr. 
Knowlcs Not printed. 

WOh. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a copy of all papers in 
connection with the N.E. |-22-ll-5-W. 3 M. Presented March 23, 1914. — Mr. Knowles. 

Not printed. 

110«. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams and papers concerning coal lands situate in 28-19, 27-18, 27-17 and 28-18 West 
of the fourth meridian. Presented April 21, 1914. — Mr. Buchanan Not printed. 

110;. Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a copy 
of all papers in connection with the N.E. 4-22-11-5 W. 3 M. Presented May 5, 1914. — • 
Mr. Knowles Not printed. 

110^'. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 20th April, 
1914, for a copy of all documents, letters, telegrams, papers. Orders in Council and 
agreements of sale, in connection with the sale by the Government of Canada of the 
following lands in the railway belt in British Columbia, viz. : Townships 23 and 24, 
range IS ; townships 23 and 24, range 19 ; townships 24 and 25, range 20 ; townships 
25, 26 and 27, range 21 ; townships 26 and 27, range 22, all West of the fifth meridian. 
Presented May 18, 1914. — Mr. Buchanan Not printed. 

110'. Return to an Order of the House of the 27th April, 1914, for a copy of all letters, tele- 
grams, &-c., in the Department of the Interior in connection with the N.W. | section 
20-4, range 16 west of the second meridian. Presented May 18, 1914. — Mr. Turriff. 

Not printed. 

llOm. Return to an Order of the House of the 27th April, 1914, for a copy of all papers, letters, 
telegrams, &c., in possession of the Department of the Interior in connection witli the 
N-J-1-3-16-W. 2-M. Presented May IS, 1914. — Mr. Twriff Not printed. 

111. Correspondence between, the Imperial Government and the Government of Canada, and 

ol:h r documents, relating to Imperial Naturalization. Presented by Hon. Mr. Doherty, 
February 4. 1914 Not printed. 

lllo- Return to an Oder of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence and documents, or other information, as to the passage of an Act in Great Britain 
and the different Dominions, providing for uniformity of the Naturalization Law. Pre- 
sented February 18, 1914. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

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

each month of the year 1913, 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, February 5, 1914 Not printed. 

113. Copy of Agreement between the Government of Canada and the Royal Mail Steam Packet 

Company, for a steamship service between Canada and the British West Indies. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Foster, February 9, 1914 Not printed. 

114. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return showing what 

changes have been made in the original scheme for terminals of the Transcontinental 
Railway at the city of Quebec ; the estimated cost of the former : the estimated cost of 
the said terminals under the present scheme. Presented February 10, 1914. — Mr. 
Graham Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

11 4n- Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 23rcl February, 
1914, for a copy of all correspondence between the National Transcontinental Railway 
Commissioner and the Minister of Railways, and between the National Transcontinental 
Railway Commissioner and the Canadian Pacific Railway regarding the Joint Terminals 
at Quebec ; also a copy of the Order in Council regarding joint terminals at Quebec, 
and of the final agreement regarding same. Presented March 16, 1914. — Mr. Graham. 

Not printed. 

1146. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th March, 1914, for a copy of all contracts by 
the Department of Railways or the Transcontinental Railway Commission with the 
Canadian Pacific Railway Company with regard to the establishment of a joint station 
at the Palais, city of Quebec, and of all correspondence with regard to the same. Pre- 
sented March 20, 1914. — Sir Wilfrid Laurier J^ot printed. 

115. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th December, 1912, for a return showing ths 

number of commissioners appointed by the Government since October 10, 1911, to hold 
investigations, giving their names, the amount paid to each commissioner up to Novem- 
ber 21, 1912, the number of the said commissioners still under pay, with their names. 
Presented February 10, 1914. — Mr. Murphy Not printed. 

116. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st March, 1913, for a copy of all papers, docu- 

ments, correspondence, &c., relating to requests for the temporary suspension of the 
application of the dumping clause of the Customs Tariff Act in reference to wire rods 
or any other products or articles, made to Department of Customs, or the Department 
of Finance, since November 1, 1911. Presented February 10, 1914. — Mr. Maclean (Hali- 
fax ) JN'of pi'inted. 

117. Return to an Order of the House of the 20th January, 1913, for a copy of all proposals, 

offers, agreements, reports, estimates, letters, telegrams and of all other communications 
or documents in the possession of the Department of Railways and Canals, or of the 
Prime Minister of Canada, or of any other department of the Government, filed with 
said department or any of them, since the first day of January, 1910, relating to or in 
any way appertaining to the question or proposal of acquiring any or all, or anj' one of 
the lines of railways connecting with the Intercolonial Railway along its line, and 
Serving as a feeder or feeders of said railway, either by lease, purchase or otherwise, 
also of all proposals, offers, requests, applications, petitions, memorials, or other docu- 
ments, and of all letters, telegrams and other communications and correspondence, relat- 
ing to or in any manner appertaining to the acquisition by any Railway company of 
running rights, so called, or the securing of a leasehold or other interest involving the 
rights by any Railway company to operate its trains over the rails of the Intercolonial 
Railway, together with a copy of all answers, letters, telegrams, correspondence and 
reports relating thereto, on the files of the Department of Railways and Canals, or of 
the Prime Minister, or of any Department of the Government. Presented February 10 
1914. — Mr. Emmerson Not printed. 

117o. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence, memorials, petitions, engineers' reports and other documents exchanged by or on 
behalf of the proprietors of the Quebec Oriental Railway and the Atlantic, Quebec and 
AVestern Railway, and the Department of Railways and Canals, since last session, with 
the view of the acquisition by the Government of these roads as branch lines or feeders 
of the Intercolonial Railway. Presented March 6, 1914. — Mr. Marcil (^Bonavcnture). 

Not printed. 

1171'. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams, petitions, reports, cvorrespondence and other documents on file in any Depart- 
ment of the Government, or in the possession of any member of the Government, relat- 
ing to, or in any manner connected with, the proposal to have a spur line or siding to 
connect the new public wharf at Sackville, N.B., with the Intercolonial Railway at that 
place, and of all letters, telegrams and other correspondence passed between any person 
or persons and any member of the Government. Presented March 11, 1914. — Mr. 
Emmerson Not printed. 

117c. Return to an Order of the House of December 9, 1912, for a copy of the report made by 
Mr. Tessier to the Department of Railways and Canals on a proposed line of railway 
from Orangedale to Cheticamp in the County of Inverness, N.S. ; and also all petitions, 
memorials and correspondence referring to the proposed Tine of railway. Presented 
March 17, 1914. — Mr. Chishohn (Antigonish) Not printed. 

117d. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd March, 1914, for a copy of all petitions, 
correspondence, engineers' reports of surveys and of all other reports on file, referring to 
a proposed diversion of the Intercolonial Railway from, at or near Linwood Station, 
through the districts of Linwood, Cape Jack and to village of Harbour au Bouch§ ; 
and more particularly of the petitions and reports relating to such diversion filed in or 
about the years 1887 and 1891. Presented April 7, 1914. — Mr. Chishohn (Antigonish). 

Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

117c. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd March, 1914, for a return showing: tha 
names of the successful contractors, with the particulars of their schedule prices respec- 
tively, on the contracts awarded by the Intercolonial Railway for the work of double 
tracking from Chaudiere Curve to St. Romuald. Quebec, and the division line from 
Nelson to Derby Junction, New Brunswick, and the division or spur line from North 
Sidney to Leitche's Creek, Nova Scotia, with a copy of the reports, correspondence and 
recommendations relating to the awarding of said tenders or contracts respectively, 
and also showing the estimate of cost of said works respectively. Presented April 15, 
1914. — Mr. Emmerson Not printed. 

117A Return to an Order of the House of the 16th March, 1914, for a copy of all memoranda, 
instructions and authorizations issued by the Minister of Flailways and Canals sinca 
October 11, 1911, relating to the eliminating of the present grades and replacing the 
light brid.ges with heavier steel structure on the Intercolonial Railway; and of all memor- 
anda, recommendations and reports made by Mr. F. P. Gutelius or the Board of Manage- 
ment of the Intercolonial Railway thereon. Presented May 6, 1914. — Mr. Kyte. 

Not printed. 

118. Memorandum of special claim on behalf of Prince Edward Island in respect to representa- 

tion in the House of Commons. Presented by Hon. Mr. Foster, February 10, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

118o. Memorandum on behalf of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, 
claiming the right to have their original representation in the House of Commons 
restored. Presented by Hon. Mr. Foster, February 10, 1914. 

Printed for distrihution and sessional papers. 

119. Copy of the proceedings and resolutions adopted at the last Interprovincial Conference. Pre- 

sented by Hon. Mr. Foster, February 10, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

119a. Minutes of the Proceedings in Conference of the representatives of the Provinces, Octo- 
ber, 1913. Presented by Hon. Mr. Borden, March 11, 1914 Not printed. 

120. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd June, 1913, for a copy of the application of 

Pacifique Leroux for damages sustained by removal of a bridge on the Soulanges Canal, 
and of all reports and corre.spondence on the same. Presented February 12, 1914. — Sir 
Wilfrid Laurier , Not pnnted. 

121. Return to an Order of the House of the 20th January, 1913, for a copy of all plans, pro- 

posals, diagrams, specifications, reports, surveys, requests, correspondence, letters, tele- 
grams and of all other communications and documents in possession of the Department 
of Railways and Canals, relating or in any wise appertaining to the proposed steam 
ferry service for ajl seasons of the year between the mainland of New Brunswick, or 
of Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island, whereby a connection could be made 
b3tween the Intercolonial Railway and the Prince Edward Island Railway, by the 
transfer of railway cars over and across the u-aters of the Straits of Northumberland 
by means of said proposed ferry, together with a statement of all estimates and figures 
as to the total cost of the installation of such ferry, and the items of said estimate or 
estimates in detail. Presented February 12, 1914. — Mr. Emmerson Not printed. 

121*. Return to an Order of the House of the 11th December, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams and other documents relative to the establishment of a car ferry between 
Prince Edward Island and the mainland, of the report or reports of any engineers or 
experts in regard to the said proposal, and of their estimates of the cost thereof, the 
advertisement calling for tenders therefor, and a copy of any plans, conditions or pro- 
posed specifications 'therefor, or in regard thereto, and of any tenders received in 
response to said advertisement, of the reports, if any, of any officials in regard thereto, 
and of all data in possession of the Department in respect of said project. Presented 
February 12. 1914. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

122. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return showing the 

total amount of liability in the form of temporary loans on the last day of each month 
during the period between the 1st day of May, 1913. and December si, 1913. together 
with, in each case, the rate of interest paid upon said amounts during the same periods. 
Presented February 12, 1914. — Mr. Maclean {Halifax) Not printed. 

123. Report of the Royal Commission appointed to investigate the construction of the National 

Transcontinental Railway, together with the evidence taken and exhibits filed before 
the said commission. Presented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, February 12, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

123a. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd February, 1914, for a copy of the assign- 
ment by M. P. and J. T. Davis in September, 1909, of contracts numbers 16 and 17 on 
the National Transcontinental Railway to O'Brien, Fowler and McDougall, and of the 
Transcontinental Commissioner's approval thereof, in the said month of September, 1909. 
Presented March 4, 1914. — Mr. Graham Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

1232'- Return to an Order of the House of the 18th February, 1914, for a copy of the contract 
with Mr. Joseph Gosselin for the locomotive and car shops at St. Malo, and of all 
telegrams, letters and correspondence between the Department and Mr. W. J. Press, 
mechanical engineer, or the chief engineer, with regard to change of the price of 85 
cents per cubic yard for common excavation to the price of $2.30 per cubic yard for 
frozen earth. Presented March 11, 1914.— Jfr. Graham Not printed. 

123c- Retu'.n to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 16th February, 
1914, for a copy of all papers in any way relating to the tender, original contract, ana 
amended contract of Mr. Joseph Gosselin for the locomotive and car shops at St. Malo. 
Quebec, together with a copy of the advertisements for tenders, the specifications, the 
contract, the amended contract, reports of engineers, recommendations to Council, Orders 
in Council, letters, telegrams, minutes or reports of interviews, and of all other docu- 
ments referring in any way to the said contract or the amendment thereof. Presented 
March 11, 1914.^ — Mr. Graham Not printed. 

123d. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 23rd Feb- 
ruary, 1914, for a copy of all correspondence in connection with the appointment of 
Messrs. Lynch-Staunton and Gutelius as commissioners to investigate the cost of con- 
struction of the Eastern division of the National Transcontinental Railway, and also of 
the Order in Council appointing them. Presented March 12, 1914. — Mr. Graham. 

Not printed. 

123e. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd February, 1914, for a copy of the report of 
Geo. S. Hodgins, of New York, regarding the Transcona shops of the Transcontinental 
Railway, dated June 10, 1912. Presented March 19, 1914. — Mr. Graham. .Not printed, 

123/- Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd March, 1914, for a copy of all plans and 
profiles deslgne^i by the engineers, in connection with the intended construction of the 
Transcontinental Railway from a point called Ste. Claire. County of Dorchester, between 
the twentieth and thirtieth miles, east of the Quebec Bridge, going through the parishes 
of St. Malachie, Standon, Cianbourne , Ste. Germaine and Ste. Justine, passing 
through the towi4ships of Panet, Rolette and Valois, towards Ste. Perpetue, on the 105th 
mile east of tlie Quebec bridge, and of all the information and reports on the nature 
of land, timber and minerals of the places "through which the engineers have been, 
showing also how much the railway would have cost per mile had it been built in that 
part of the country. Presented April 7, 1914. — Mr. Sevigny Not printed. 

123^- Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd March, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence, messages, netitions, and other documents in connection with the choice of a site 
intended for the construction of a station at the village of St. Eleuthere, on the 
National Transcontinental Railway. Presented April 15, 1914. — Mr. Lapointe (Kamoiir- 
aska) Not piinted. 

IZSh. Return to an Order of the House for a return showing. — 

1. 'V^'^hat kin.d of coaling plants have been provided on the National Transcontinental 
Railway? 

2. How many have been provided? 

3. WTiere they have been constructed? 

4. If any tenders were called for them? 

5. The name and address of the lowest tenderer. 

6. From whom thoy were obtained and at what price? Presented April 15, 1914. 
— Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

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

1914, for a copy of all decisions of the Board of Railway Commisioners made on or 
after the 10th of October, 1911, on which appeals have been taken to the Governor in 
Council, and of all decisions given by the Governor in Council on such appeals. Pre- 
sented February 13, 1914. — Mr. Siniclair Not printed. 

125. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all rules and 

regulations made and passed bv the Board, with the approval of the Minister, under 
the provisions of the Intercolonial and Prince Edward Island Railways Employees' 
Provident Fund Act, pursuant to section eight of said Act. Presented February 13, 
1914. — Mr. Emmeraon Not printed. 

125a. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a i eturn showing in 
detail the transactions and proceedings of the so-called Provident Fund Board from the 
1st day of January, A.D., 1912, to date, with the names of applicants and their addresses 
and the nature of their employment, for retirement under the provisions of The Inter- 
colonial and Prince Edward Island Railways Employees' Provident Fund Act, and a 
statement of the names so retired during that period, showing the amount of t heir 
respective retiring allowances, tlieir respective terms of service, their respective ages, 
and the total of the fixed yearly charges upon the said fund made thereby ; together 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

with a copy of all correspondence, letters, documents and other communications relat- 
ing to such applications and retirements on file in the Railway Department either at 
Moncton or at Ottawa, and of all correspondence, letters, petitions or other communica- 
tions addressed to and received by the Minister of Railways and Canals, the Depart- 
ment, or any official thereof, or any member of the Government from any member of 
I'arl ament, or other person charged with the responsibility of directing Government or 
railway ijatronage, or froin any person or persons, club or association assuming to 
advise or direct with respect to any such patronage, and of all replies made to any 
such letters, petitions or other communications. Presented March 3, 1914. — Mr. 
Einmerson Not prinlcd. 

126. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return showing the 

amounts of receipts and expenditures on the Intercolonial Railway during the months 
of April, May and June, of 1913, respectively, giving separately the revenue from 
passenger trains, freight traffic, mails and express and miscellaneous revenue, respecti- 
vely, with the total thereof during that period ; also the same infoi-mation respecting 
the corrt spending months of 1912, with the total thereof for that period. Also a state- 
ment showing the working expenses or expenditure during months of April, May and 
June of 1913, respectively, giving separately the working expenses or expenditure on 
maintenance of way and structures, maintenance of equipment, traffic expenses, trans- 
portation expenses and general expenses ; with the total thereof during that period ; 
and also the same information respecting the corresponding months of 1912, with the 
total thereof for the same period ; also a statement showing the cost of transporting 
freight per ton mile during the period named in the years 1912 and 1913. Presented 
February 13, 1914. — Mr. Emmerson Not printed. 

126a. Retu n to an Order of the House of the 4th March, 1914, for a return showing the total 
revenue of the Intercolonial Railway during the fiscal year 1912-1913, and the revenue 
fiom Campbellton and all stations east of Campbellton, and from those west thereof a3 
ffir as Halifax, on the main line, including the branches east of Campbellton, Prince 
Edward Island Railway excluded. Presented March 17, 1914. — Mr. Boulay. 

Not printed. 

126&- Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return showing the 
total earnings of the Intercolonial Railway on Division 3 in connection with passenger 
traffic for the calendar years 1910, 1911, 1912 and 1913 respectively, and the monthly 
passenger traffic earnings for each of the said years ; the total expenses or expendi- 
tures connected with the said passenger traffic on said division during the said years' 
respectively ; together with a statement showing the monthly passenger traffic expenses 
or expenditures connected with said passenger traffic for each of the months during the 
said years ; and showing, in addition, the loss and surplus for each of said years and 
the months thereof respectively, in connection with the passenger traffic on said division 
3 between St. John and Halifax ; also a statement of the revenue and expenditures 
on the transactions connected with said passenger traffic over said division durin.g the 
months of December, 1913, and January, 19l4, separately; and also a statement show- 
ing the gross passenger earnings for December, 1912, and January. 1914, respectively, 
and the gross expenditures with the passenger traffic for the said months respectively ; 
together with a copy of all reports, returns, letters and correspondence relating to the 
earnings, expenditures or losses or surpluses on said divi«-ion either in connection with 
freight or passenger traffic. Presented April 7, 1914. — Mr. Emmerson. .. .Not printed. 

127. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February. 1914. for a return showing the 

names of the employees of all kinds on the Soulanges Canal in the section extending 
from the foot of the canal to the first bridge ; with the functions of each of them, the 
salary thereto attached and the date of their hiring during the season of navigation. 
Presented February 13, 1914. — Mr. Bayer Not printed. 

128. Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd February, 1914, for a return showing: — 

1. The names of all persons from whom land or property has been expropriated for 
right of way and station purposes in connection with the Dartmouth to Dean Settlement 
Branch of the Intercolonial P^ailway of Canada. 

2. The quantity of land or property so expropriated. 

3. The amount paid or offered to such person or persons for such land or property, 
in cases where payment or an offer has been made. Presented February 13, 1914. — 
Mr. Maclean (Halifax) Not printed. 

129. Copy of the International Convention for the safety of human life at sea. Presented by 

I:on. Mr. Hazen, February 16, 1914 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

129a. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 2nd February, 
1914. for a copy of all correspondence with the Imperial authorities, or any commercial 
bodies, on the subject of Safety of Life at Sea ; and of the Order in Council appointing 
reijrfsentatives of Canada on the Internationa! Conference on Safety of Life at Sea. 
Presented February 20, 1914. — Sir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

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130. Retuin to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a copy of all accounts, 

bills, receipts and vouchers in connection with the services of N. W. White, during 1912 
and 1913, as commissioner to inquire into Indian lands in the Province of British Colum- 
bia. Presented February 17, 1914. — Mr. Maclean (HaUfax) Not piinted. 

131. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all documents 

whatsoever relating to the investigation of a claim of Jean Ross or Joseph Ross, • of 
Anqui, County of Rimouski, Province of Quebec, against the Intercolonial Railway, 
following an accident to a horse, which occurred on the 10th of December, 1906. Pre- 
sented February 17, 1914. — Mr. Boulay Not printed. 

132. Copy of the Order in Council appointing a commission to investigate the cost of living. 

Presented February 17, 1914.^Sir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

133. Statement of the population of Canada and its Provinces and Territories in the years 

1871. 18S1, 1S91, 1901 and 1911, according to the census returns. Presented by Hon. 
Mr. Borden, February 17, 1914 Not printed. 

134. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a copy of all protests, if 

any, by the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company, against changes in grades of the 
National Transcontinental Railway from Winnipeg eastward, and terminal facilities at 
Quebec ; of all subsequent approvals of such changes, if any, by the Grand Trunk Paci- 
fic Railway Company, and of all correspondence on the above subject Presented 
February 18, 1914. — Sir W. Laurier Not pri^tted. 

135. Copy of Second Interim Report of the Royal Commission on the natural resources, trade 

and legislation of certain portions of His Majesty's Dominions, together with the 
Minutes of Evidence taken in Australia and New Zealand in 1913, in connection there- 
with. Presented by Hon. Mr. Foster, February 18, 1914 Not printed. 

136. Return to an Order of the Senate dated 27th January, 1914, for a copy of the Annual 

Report made in January, 1913, by the Central Railway Company to the Railway Depart- 
ment. — (Senate) Not printed. 

137. Return to an Order of the Senate dated 27th Janu^y, 1914, for a copy of the Annual 

Report made by the Salisbury and Albert Railway Company to the Railway Depart- 
ment. — (Senate) Not printed. 

138. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence and documents in reference to the matter submitted to Sir William Whyte by the 
Government, the Transcontinental Commission or the commission appointed to investi- 
gate the construction of the National Transcontinental Railway, between the Govern- 
ment or any member or ofRcial thereof, and any official of the Grand Trunk Pacific 
Railway Company ; and also of all correspondence between any member or official erf 
either the above named commissions and the Justice Department, concerning the said 
matter. Presented February 19, 1914. — Mr. Graham Not printed. 

139. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a return showing the 

names, salaries and. grades of the private secretaries of the members of the Liberal 
Government on October, 1911 ; the names of the private secretaries employed from 
time to time by the members of the present Government, and the salary and grade of 
each. Presented February 19, 1914. — Mr. Murpliy Not printed. 

140. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a return showing how 

many woollen industries are operated in the country ; where situated, in which prov- 
ince, and in what city, town or village ; the number of hands employed in each, and 
the output for each during 1913. Presented February 19, 1914. — Mr. Verville. 

Not printed, 

141. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return showing the 

number, location, and mileage of rural mail routes established in Bonaventure County 
from October, 1911, to date, if any ; together with a copy of all applications, nnemoriala, 
reports and correspondence generally on this matter. Presented February 23, 1914. — . 
Mr. Marcil (Bonaventure) Not printed. 

141a. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return showing a 
tabulated statement of the number of rural mail delivery routes opened since 1911, 
including the number of boxes used ; also the new mail delivery contracts necessitated 
by the establishment of said routes in each county, not already moved for. Pre- 
sented February 23, 1914. — Mr. Lemieux Not printed. 

141b. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th February, 1914, for a return showing the 
number of rural mail delivery routes which have been established in Nova Scotia, and 
their names ; and if any of the routes are provided with a daily service. Presented 
March 2, 1914. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

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141c. Return to an Order of the House of the 18th February, 1914, for a copy of all docu- 
ments, petitions, letters, telegrams. &c., exchanged between any one and the Post Office 
Department, in connection with the establishing, of a rural mail service in the Parish 
of Ste. Marguerite de Blairfindie, County of St. Johns and Iberville, and of all docu- 
ments, letters and telegrams, &c., relating to the contracts for the conveyance of rural 
mail in said parish. Presented April 29, 1914. — Mr. Demers Not printed. 

141<i. Return to an Order of the House of the 20th April, 1914. for a return showing: — 

1. Whether the rural postal delivery service has been started in the County of 
Quebec? If so, when and in what parishes of said county? 

2. Whether public tenders have been advertised for such service? If so, when, 
how many were received and from whom, the amount of each tender, and what tender 
was accepted? 

3. The price of the accepted tender, the name of the tenderer, the condition or 
conditions of payment, and the length of the contract. Presented April 30, 1914. — 
Mr. Lachance Not printed. 

141^. Return to an Order of the House of the 6th April, 1914, for a copy of all letters, peti- 
tions and documents relative to the establishment of a rural mail delivery route from 
New Glasgow thi-ough Mount William, Granton and Abcrcrombie, County of Pictou. 
Presented May 8, 1914. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

141/. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th March, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence, telegrams, petition, recommendation and other documents relating to the estab- 
listment of the rural mail service in the parish of St. Theodore d' Acton. Presented 
May 16, 1914. — Mr. Marcil (Bonaventure) Not printed. 

141 iff). Return to an Order of the House of the 11th February, 1914, for a copy of all peti- 
tions, letters, telegrams and other papers relative to the establishment of rural mail 
delivery routes in the County of Pictou since January 1. 1912, together with the num 
ber of .said routes, the carriers on each route, the tenders received in each case for 
the seivice, a copy of the correspondence in relation to said tenders and their accept- 
ance, and the post offices closed or to be closed as the result of the establishment of 
said routes. Presented June 12, 1914. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

142. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return showing what 

new post offices have been established in the County of L'lslet since 1911 ; the names 
of the officer in charge of each of them ; the revenue brought ; the expenses incurred 
by these offices, including the salary and fees of the postmaster and charges for the 
conveyance of the mails ; if these officers have been asked for by opetitions of the 
interested ratepayers, and if so, by whom ; the quantity of letters and other postal 
matters that have passed through each of these offices since they have been established. 
Presented February 23, 1914. — Mr. Lapointe (Kamouraska) Not printed. 

142a. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th March, 1914, for a copy of all documents, 
papers, petitions, correspondence, reports, &c., in connection with the opening of a post 
office under the name of Giasson in the parish of St. Aubert, County of L'lslet. Pre- 
sented April 22, 1914. — Mr. Lapointe (Kamouraska) Not printed. 

143. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return showing the 

names and addresses, with rank or occupation, of all persons who accompanied the 
Minister of Militia and Defence to the Old country and Europe during the summer of 
1913, and whose expenses were paid wholly or in part by the Dominion Government, 
or who were paid salary or allowance during such time, with the amount paid to each 
person.. Presented February 23, 1914. — Mr. Carvell Not printed. 

144. Return to an Order of the House of the 11th February, 1914, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, telegrams and other papers to be found in the Department of the Naval 
Service in connection with the death and burial, at Montreal, of Joseph LeBland, a 
sailor on D.G.S. Canada. Presented February 23, 1914. — Mr. Sinclair. .Not printed. 

145. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914. for a copy of all tenders 

received for the construction of a salmon hatchery on Nipissiguit river, Gloucester 

County, N.B., and of the contract awarded. Presented February 23, 1914 Mr Tur- 

^^°» • "... .Not printed. 

146. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th April, 1913, for a copy of all correspondence, 

telegrams, petitions, affidavits, certificates, reports, complaints and other documents! 
relating to the resignation of Mr. M., C. Blais, recruiting officer of the Department of 
Marine and Fisheries from the Government shipyards at St. Joseph de Sorel, and to 
the appointment of Mr. F. P. Vanasse to this office. Presented February 23, 1914. — 
Mr. Cardin Not ' printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

147. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence, letters, telegrams, and other documents relating to industrial disputes during the 
year 1913, between the operators and employees of any of the companies operating coal 
mines on Vancouver Island, and disturbances arising out of the same ; and of any cor- 
respondence, either before or since the j'ear 1913, with respect to any of the said dis- 
putes. And in particular of all correspondence, letters, telegrams, and other documents 
to or from the Prime Minister, the Honourable the Minister of Labour or any of tlie 
officers of the Department of Labour, respecting attempts at conciliation in connection 
with these disputes, and to or from the Honourable the Minister of Militia, or any offi- 
cers of the Department of Militia and the Honourable the Minister of Justice, or any 
officers of the Department of Justice, respecting the calling out and services of the 
m'litia in connection with said disputes ; and a statement of the arrests made and of 
convictions, if any, for infringement of the laws. Also a copy of the evidence taken 
and reports of investigations made by the Honourable the Minister of Labour, Mr. 
Samuel Price, Commissioner appointed by the Department of Labour, and of the Deputy 
Minister of Labour ; together with a detailed statement of the expenses of all such 
investigations and expenses otherwise incurred by any of the Departments of the Gov- 
ernment in consequence of said disp^ites or difficulties arising out of same. Presented 
February 23, 1914. — Sir W. Laurier Not printed. 

147o. Retui-n to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 2nd February, 
1914, for a copy of all correspondence, letters, telegrams and reports that have been 
exchanged between the Government and the strikers and operators of coal mines in 
British Columbia since the beginning of the strike until the present ; also a copy of all 
Orders in Council in connection with said strike. Presented February 23, 1914. — Mr. 
Verville . . , Not printed. 

147b. Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a copy 
of all correspondence, letters, telegrams, and other documents relating to industrial 
disputes during the year 1913, between the operators and employees of any of the 
companies operating coal mines on Vancouver Island, and disturbances arising out of 
the same; and of any correspondence, either before or since the year 1913 with respect 
to any of the said disputes. And in particular of all correspondence, letters, telegrams, 
and other documents to or from the Prime Minister, the Honourable the Minister of 
Labour or any of the officers of the -Department of Labour, respecting attempts at con- 
ciliation in connection with these disputes, and to or from the Honourable the Minister 
of Militia, or any officers of the Department of Militia and the Honourable the Minister 
of Justice, or any officers of the Department of Justice, respecting the calling out and 
services of the militia in connection with said disputes ; and a statement of the arrests 
made and of convictions if any, for infringement of the laws. Also a copy of the evi- 
dence taken and reports of investigations made by the Honourable the Minister of 
Labour, Mr. Samuel Price, Commissioner appointed by the Department of Labour, and 
of the Deputy Minister of Labour ; together with a detailed statement of the expenses 
of all such investigations and expenses otherwise incurred by any of the Departments 
of the Government in consequence of said disputes or difficulties arising out of same. 
Presented February 24, 1914. — Sir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

148. Regulations, approved by Order in Council .dated the 19th day of January, 1914, for the 

disposal of petroleum and natural gas rights, the property of the Crown in Manitoba, 
Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Northwest Territories, the Yukon Territory, the Railway 
Belt in the Province of British Columbia, and within the tract containing three and 
one-half (3 J) million acres of land acquired by the Dominion Government from the 
Province of British Columbia, and referred to in subsection (&) of section 3 of the 
Dominion Lands Act. Presented by Hon. Mr. Roche, February 23, 1914. 

Not pri7ited. 

149.Regulations in regard to grazing leases of vacant Dominion lands, &c. Presented by Hon. 
Mr. Roche, February 23, 1914 Not printed. 

150. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a return showing the 

amounts in detail paid to Ward Fisher, of Shelburne, N.S., fishery inspector, for the years 
1912 and 1913 for salary, office expenses, travelling expenses, and all other expenses. 
Presented February 24, 1914. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax) Not printed. 

151. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of the report of 

operations at the fishery hatchery at Port Daniel West, for the year 1913. Presented 
February 24, 1914. — Mr. Marcil iBonaventnre) Not printed. 

152. Return to an Order of the House of the 18th February, 1914. for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, investigations or other documents respecting the loss of a horse killed on 
the Intercolonial, on the. 10th of September last, the property of Johnny Roy. of 
Amqui. Presented February 24, 1914. — Mr. Bouluy'. Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

153. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a return showing the 

increase in freight rates on live-stock, including horses, carried over the Intercolonial 
Railway, by the tariff effective May 1, 1913, as compared with the tariff effective 
April 15, 1909, for the following distances, respectively: — 

Over 5 and not over 10 miles. 

" 10 " " 15 

" 15 " " 20 

.. 20 " " 25 

" ?5 " " 30 '* 

.. 30 .. .. 4Q 

" 40 " " 50 

.. 50 .. .. fi(, » 

.. pQ .. .. ^Q 

.. ^Q .. .. 80 " 

" SO " " 90 " 

"90 " " 100 " 

" 100 " " 110 

" 110 " " 120 " 

" 120 " •' 130 " 

" 130 " " 140 " 

" 140 " " 150 

" 150 •' " 160 

Presented February 24, 1914. — Mr. Kyte Not printed. 

154. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence, letters, telegrams, and other documents relative to the report and recommenda- 
tions of the Board appointed under the Combines Investigation Act to investigate the 
methods adopted by the United Shoe Machinery Company. Presented February 24, 
1914. — Sir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

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

1914, for a copy of memorandum of agreement between the Canadian Government rail- 
ways and the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, covering the transportation of freight 
and passengeis between Halifax and St. John over the Intercolonial Railway, in con- 
nection with the Canadian Pacific and Allan Line Steamships, carrying British mails, 
making Halifax the terminal port ; also of all agreements, Orders in Council, petitions, 
memorials, regulations or orders of the Department of Railways and Canals, or of 
any officer or officers of the Intercolonial Railway ; of letters or other correspondence, 
interviews with the Prime Minister and other member or members of the Government, 
and representations to the Prime Minister, or other member or members of the Govern- 
ment, in any manner relating to the said memorandum of agreement ; and of all tele- 
grams and letters received by the Government, or any member thereof, or sent by 
them, either in reply or otherwise ; also of all letters, telegrams, representations or other 
documents relating to the said agreement or in any way connected therewith, received 
by F. P. Gutelius, the General Manager of the Intercolonial Railway, from the Can- 
adian Pacific Railway, or from any corporation, persons or body, or sent by him, in 
reply thereto or otherwise, to the said Canadian Pacific Railway or to any other cor- 
poration, body or person. Presented February 24, 1914. — Mr. Emmerson. .Not printed. 

156. Return to an Address to Hie Royal Highness the Governor General of the 9th February, 

1914, for a copy of all Orders in Council since the 1st of June last in any way altering 

the rates of duties existing under the Customs Act. Presented Februarj^ 24, 1914. 

fiir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

157. Corres'ondence, statements, &c., in respect to certain proposed advances to the Harbour 

Commissioners of Montreal, for expenditure during the years 1914, 1915, 1916 and 1917. 
Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, February 27, 1914 Not printed. 

158. Memorandum of proposed harbour improvements to be made by the Harbour Commis- 

sioners of Quebec during 1914, out of certain proposed advances to be made to the said 
commission. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, February 27, 1914 Not printed. 

159. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February. 1914, for a copy of all papers. 

corre.'spondence, telegrams, &c., between the Department of Trade and Commerce and 
any person or persons, companies or corporations. In the years 1912 and 1913, respect- 
ing a steamship service between St. John, N.B., and Bear River, N.S., and intermediate 
jioints, and the matter of the payment of a subsidy therefor. Presented March 2, 1914. 
— Mr. Maclean (Halifax) jVot printed. 

160. Return to an Order of the Ho\i.5e of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of the reports 

made by the proprietors of the steamer Canada, on which the subsidy was paid to 
them for the season of 1913, for the service between Campbellton, N.B., and Gasp^, 
Que. ; together with a copy of all complaints regarding the said service and of the corre- 
spondence, reporifi and documents in the po.ssession of the Department of Trade and 
Commerce- in that connection in the said year. Presented March 2, 1914. — If?-. Marcil 
I Bonaventure) Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

161. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th February, 1914, for a return showing what 

sum or sums of money, If any, have been expended by the Government since the 2l3t 
of September, 1911, in the County of Wright, Quebec, and how such money has been 
expended. Presented March 2, 1914. — Mr. Devlin Not printed. 

162. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th February, 1914, for a return showing: — 

1. How many temporary clerks were employed in the Library of Parliament during 
the Sessions of 1911-1912 and 1912-1913, their names and the salary paid to each for 
such service, and the total so paid? 

2. How many temporary clerks are at present so employed, their names and salaries 
respectively? 

3. If any temporary clerks were employed in said library, during the Session of 
1910-1911 ; if so, how many? 

4. What was the then number of permanent clerks in the library, and the present 
number of temporary clerks employed in said library? 

5. Why temporary clerks are employed in said library In positions superior to and 
at higher pay than that paid to permanent clerks? Presented March 3, 1914. — Mr. 
Turgeon Not printed. 

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

1914, for a copy of all correspondence, telegrams, memoranda. Orders in Council, 
instructions to officers, regulations and other papers and documents relating to a change 
in the regulations governing the fishing of salmon in the St. John River, above tidal 
water. Presented March 3, 1914. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

164. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all letters, tele- 

grams and correspondence in any way relating to the appointment of men in any way 
connected with the salmon fishing "pond at Margaree during the year 1913. Presented 
March ^, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (Inverness) Not printed. 

165. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all tenders 

received in 1912 for the construction of a breakwater at Green Point, Gloucester County, 
N.B., and of all correspondence, letters and telegrams showing why the contract was 
not awarded to lowest tenderer. Presented March 3, 1914. — Mr. Turgeon. .Not printed. 

166. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd FeBruary, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence, letters, telegrams, &c., touching in any way the work done on Lingan Beach, 
South Cape Breton, under Superintendent H. D. McLean. Presented March 3, 1914.— 
Mr. Carroll Not printed. 

167. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all papers, 

advertisements, tenders, bids, contracts, reports, vouchers, accounts, receipts, correspond- 
ence, &c., in connection with a wharf recently constructed at Gold River, Lunenburg 
County, N.S. Presented March 3, 1914. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax) Not printed. 

168. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General, of the 9th February, 

1914, for a copy of all documents, Orders in Council, correspondence, telegrams, tenders, 
accounts, vouchers, part, &c., in connection with the construction of a bridge or work be- 
tween the mainland and an island, known as Boutilier's island, at South West Cova, 
Lunenburg County, N.S. Presented March 3, 1914. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax). .Not printed. 

169. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a copy of all advertise- 

ments, tenders, contracts, documents, letters and correspondence relating to the supply 
of coal for the Government public buildings at Lunenburg, N.S. Presented March 3, 
1914. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

170. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a comparative statement 

of the quantity of cubic yards of dredging done by the Restigouche, or dredge No. S, 
on the outside bar of Bathurst Harbour, during the seasons of 1910, 1911, 1912 and 

1913. Presented March 3, 1914. — Mr. Turgeon Not printed. 

170o. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all tenders 
received for the dredging in Bathurst Harbour, and of the contract awarded. Presented 
March 3, 1914. — Mr. Turgeon Not printed. 

1706. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence, letters and telegrams relating to the deposit of sand and mud dumped into the 
southwestern channel by the contractors of dredging in Bathurst Harbour. Presented 
March 3, 1914. — Mr. T%t,rgeon Not printed. 

171. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 9th February, 

1914, for a copy of all corresnondence, telegrams, petitions and memorials received by 
the Right Honourable R. L. Borden, Premier of Canada, or the Minister of Railways 
and Canals, from J. A. Gillies, Esq., Sydney, N.S., or from any resident of the County 
of Richmond, N.S., relative to the purchasing of the Cape Breton Railway by the Gov- 
ernment and the building of a line of railway from St. Peters to Sydney and Louisburg, 
and of replies thereto. Presented March 3, 1914. — Mr. Kyte Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 28~-Continued. 

172. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return showing: — 

1. The names of all proprietors from whom land and property have been expro- 
priated for the purpose of the Halifax Ocean Terminals between Three Mile House and 
tlie proposed site of the railway and shipping terminals? 

, 2. The price or amount of damages paid therefor, or the amount offeerd and 
accepted in the case of each proprietor? 

3. The amount offered or tendered each proprietor for damages and which has not 
been accepted. 

4. The quantity of land and nature of property so expropriated from each pro- 
prietor. Presented March 3, 1914. — Mr. Maclean {Halifux) Not printed. 

172a- Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all advertise- 
ments, tenders, papers, documents, letters and correspondence relating to the construc- 
tion of the railway from Three ISIiie House at Bedford Basin to Halifax Harbour, and 
also to the piers or wharfs and sea walls in connection with the proposed Halifax Ocean 
Terminals. Presented March 16, 1914. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax) Not printed. 

173. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February. 1914, for a copy of all agreements, 

correspondence, papers and documents referring to any arrangement made between the 
Intercolonial Railway of Canada and the Canadian Pacific Railway in the year 1913, 
relating to the hauling of Canadian Pacific Railway freight and passenger trains be- 
tween St. John and Halifax, connecting with any transatlantic steamship lines at Hali- 
fax, during the winter season of 1913-14. Presented March 4, 1914. — Mr. Maclean {Hali- 
fax) Not printed. 

174. Return to an Order of the House of the 20th January. 1913, for a copy of all recommenda- 

tions, correspondence, letters, telegrams and reports now on file in the Department of 
Justice, relating to the vacancy in the office of deputy warden of the Dorchester peni- 
tentiary, and the appointment of a successor to Mr. A. B. Pipes, who was promoted from 
the position of deputy warden of Dorchester penitentiary to that of warden. Presented 
March 4, 1914. — Mr. Emmerson Not printed. 

175. Correspondence between the City of Ottawa and the Government, on the subject of a pure 

water supply for the city and Government buildings. Presented by Hon. Mr. Borden, 
March 4, 1914 Not printed. 

176. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all letters, corre- 

spondence, telegrams and all other documents between the Department of Railways 
and Canals and Archer, Macdonald, E. Montpetit, C. A. Harwood. and A. Marceau, local 
engineer, St. Amour, Superintendent of the Canal of Soulanges, L. A. SauvS, and others, 
respecting the tearing down of several houses and dependencies erected on the Govern- 
ment grounds at Pointe Cascades, the property of the said D. A. Sauv6. Presented March 
.5, 1914. — Mr. Bayer Not printed. 

177. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd February, 1914, for a copy of all agreements 

between the Transcontinental Railway Commission and the Canadian Northern Railway 
for the use of the line of the said company by the trains of the Transcontinental Rail- 
way from. Cap Rouge to the shops at St. Malo. Presented March 5, 1914. — Sir Wilfrid 
Lanrier Not printed. 

178. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd February, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence between the Minister of Railways or the Transcontinental Railway Commission 
and the Quebec Harbour Commission, with regard to the construction by the said Har- 
bour Commission of a line of railway to connect the said Transcontinental Railway from 
Champlain Market with the proposed Union Station at the Palais, and of all contracts 
by the said Harbour Commission towards that end. Presented March 5, 1914.— Sir 
Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

179. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a copy of all advertise- 

ments, tenders, contracts and correspondence in connection with the proposed New 
London Branch of the Prince Edward Island Railway. Presented March 5, 1914. — Mr. 
Graham Not printed. 

180. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th February, 1914, for a return showing the total 

amount of available cash on deposit to the credit of the Government of Canada on the 
last day of each month between April 1, 1913, and December 31, 1913. Presented 
March 5, 1914. — Mr. Maclean (.Halifax) Not printed. 

181. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th February, 1914, for a return showing the 

following particulars respectively, of all loans placed or extended by the Government 
of Canada, upon the London market during the calendar years 1912 and 1913: Loan, 
date and copy of prospectus ; price in prospectus and price realized ; date on which loan 
matures ; rate per cent ; total issue ; amount realized ; charges including discount for 
immediate payments, &c. ; net amount of cash realized ; and the annual effective rate 
of interest per unit. Presented March 5, 1914. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax) . . . .Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 28— Continued. 

182. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a return showing the 

number of farm labourers and public servants respectively, placed by the Government 
employment agents during the years 1912 and 1913 ; also the counties where placed and 
amount of bonus paid. Presented March 6, 1914. — Mr. Sutherland Not printed. 

183. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th February, 1914, for a return showing: — 

1. What chartered banks in Canada have gone into liquidation since Confederation, 
and at what date in each case ; 

2. The loss in each case to the depositors, the note holders and the stockholders 
respectively ; 

3. What relief, if any, was given in each case by the Government to any of the 
parties suffering loss. Presented March 6, 1914. — Mr. Neely Not printed. 

184. Return to an Order of the House of the 11th February, 1914, for a return showing the 

number of binders, reapers, mowers, ploughs, seeders, and cultivators exported from 
and imported to Canada, with their value respectively, in each of the year.s 1910, 1911. 
1912 and 1913. Presented March 6, 1914. — Mr. Neely Not printed. 

185. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd February, 1914, for a return showing the 

number of cattle exported from Canada to the United States in the months of October, 
November and December, 1913, and January, 1914, and for the corresponding months 
in 1912 and 1913. Presented March 6, 1914. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax) ... .Not printed. 

186. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd February, 1914. for a return showing the 

quantities and varieties of fish exported from Canada to the United States in the months 
of October, November and December, 1913, and January. 1914, and for the correspond- 
ing months in 1912 and 1913. Presented March 6. 1914. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax). 

Not printed. 

187. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th February, 1914, for a return showing: — 

1. Who were, from incorporation, and who are, the officers and directors of the 
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company ; 

2. The amount of capital stock of said company, the amount paid up, and who are 
the holders of such paid up stock, and the amount held, and still held, by each ; 

3. If this company, or a subsidiary company, has contracted to build any portion 
of the National Transcontinental Railway ; and, if so, the total amount of their con- 
tracts for such work ; ^\ 

4. What portion of such contracts or work was sublet, and on such sublet contracts 
what profit was made by the said company. Presented March 6, 1914. — Mr. Middlebro. 

Not printed. 

188. Report of the Board of Inquiry appointed to investigate and verify the claims of appli- 

cants for Fenian Raid Volunteer Bounty in the Province of Nova Scotia. Presented by 
Hon. Mr. Hughes. March 9. 1914 Not printed. 

188ct- List of applicants, in Nova Scotia, for the Fenian Raid Volunteer Bounty whose claims 
have been approved. — Liist of Fenian Raid Volunteer Bounty applicants, in Nova Scotia, 
received to December 31, 1913, but not yet considered. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hughes, 
March 9. 1914 Not printed 

189. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th February, 1914, for a return showing what 

was the local minimum rate of freight on small parcels on the Intercolonial Railway 
prior to October 10, 1911, and also the present rate on the same. Presented March 9, 
1914. — Mr. Sinclair ' Not printed. 

190. Return to an Order of the House for a copy of all correspondence, reports, evidence taken, 

and of all other papers in the possession of the Minister of Railways and Canals, relat-. 
ing to the investigation recently held by Mr. Fergu-son. M.L.A.. concerning the affairs 
of the Trent Valley Canal. Presented March 9. 1914. — Mr. Burnham. 

R-eport only printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

191. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914. for a copy of all papers 

necessary to convey full information as to the charter, outfit and instructions of the 
Karlnk and auxiliary vessels ; the names, rank, pay and terms of engagement of their 
officers and crews ; and of all communications received from Mr. V. Steffansson, or any 
other person who has received such a communication, written after the expedition 
sailed for the Arctic Ocean. Presented March 10, 1914. — Mi: Oliver Not printed. 

192. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return showing the 

number of towns in the Province of Ontario which have a population larger than the 
town of Chesley, South Riding of Bruce, which was 1,734, according to the last census; 
also the number of such towns served by letter boxes on the street. Presented March 
10, 1914. — Mr. McCraney Not printed. 

193. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return showing the 

names of the promoters of the National Drop Forge Compnny, Limited, and the powers 
asked by and given to said company by letters patent. Presented March 10, 1914. — 
Mr. Leinieux Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

194. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return showing the 

names of the promoters of the Canadian Contracting Company, and the powers asked 
by and given to said company by letters patent. Presented March 10, 1914. — Mr. 
Lemieux Not printed. 

195. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th February, 1914, for a copy of all papers, 

letters, telegrams, reports, inquiries and documents or other communications had with 
any of the Departments of the Government, particularly with the Interior, Customs and 
Marine and Fisheries Departments, relating to Gustavas A. Colpitts, a Canadian citizen 
returning as a passenger on the Royal Mail Steamship Empress of Britain, in September, 
1911, who alleged that he was not allowed by officers of the Government to disembark 
at Rimouski from said steamship. Also a copy of all letters, correspondence or other 
communications received by any members of the Government, particularly by the 
M nister of Marine and Fisheries, and by any Department of the Government, from the 
said Gustavas A. Colpitts, who was at the time a student at Mount Allison University, 
SackviHe, New Brimswick, and of all letters or other communications sent in reply 
thereto. Presented March 10, 1914. — Mr. Emmerson Not printed. 

196. Numljer of Chinamen entering Canada during years 1911-12-13, &c. — {Senate.). 

Not printed. 

197. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd February, 1914, for a copy of all letters, 

papers, plans, correspondence, memoranda and other documents relative to the shorten- 
ing ot distances on the Intercolonial Railway between Pictou and Port Mulgrave. and 
to the construction of a new bridge at Pictou in connection therewith. Presented 
March 12, 1914. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

198. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd February, 1914, for a copy of all letters, 

telegrams, correspondence, leases and other documents relating to the cutting of lumber 
by Mr. B. F. Smith from the so-called Tobique Indian reserve, in the Province of New 
Brunswick, and of all recommendations with reference thereto, made by the Indian 
agent for that portion of the Province, or any other official of the Department in the 
said Province ; together with a statement of the lumber cut by said Smith from said 
reserve, with the rates of stumpage charged and amounts paid since January 1, 1912. 
Presented March 12, 1914. — Mr. Carvell Not printed. 

198a. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd February, 1914, for a copy of all corre- 
spondence, letters, telegrams, memorials, petitions, &c., relating to the sale or transfer 
of the Indian reserve at Sydney, N.S., and the removal of the Indians therefrom. Pre- 
sented March 17, 1914. — Mr. Kytc Not printed. 

198?'- Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd March, 1914, for a copy of all the instruc- 
tions issued to C. P. Fullerton and Fawcett Taylor, or either of them, in reference to 
the St. Peter's Indian reserve. Presented April 8, 1914. — Mr. Oliver Not printed. 

199. Return to an Order of the House of the 11th February, 1914, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, letters, telegrams and other documents relative to the purchase for the Inter- 
colonial Railway of a quantity of coal in the United States, within the past few months. 
Presented March 12, 1914. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

199n. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return showing: 

1. When the Intercolonial Railway and the Prince Edward Island Raliway last 
called for tenders for its coal supply, and when the tenders were returnable? 

2. The number of tenders received, the names of the tenderers, and their respec- 
tive prices? 

3. The date of the last contract or contracts for coal for the Intercolonial Railway, 
and who was the contractor or contractors respectively? 

4. The names of the successful tenderers, as the result of the last call for tenders, 
and their prices' respectively? 

5. The amount in tons of the contract made with each, and at what prices per ton 
respectively? 

6. If any coal was purchased for the Government system of railways in the United 
States since March 31, 1913? If so. by whom, from whom, and through whom it was 
purchased, and at what price, the cost per ton delivered, inclusive of commissions to the 
railways. Presented March 18, 1914. — Mr. Emmerson Not printed. 

199^'- Return to an Order of the House for a return showing whether the Government has pur- 
chased any coal, freight or passenger cars during the past six months for the Inter- 
colonial Railway ; if so, from whom and in what quantity ; the price paid in each case ; 
if any tenders were called for the same ; who the tenderers were and the amount of 
each tender. Presented April 6, 1914. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

200. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th March, 1914. for a return showing the freight 

rates on flour, hay, oats, lumber and firewood per 100 lbs. or per ton, between Bathurst, 

N.B., and Nepisiguit Junction, Red Pine. Bartibogue, Beaver Brook, and between 

Bathurst, Berresiord, Petit Rocher and Belledune, before the changes made in August, 

^ 1913, and the freight rates on the same articles, between the same points, under the 

new schedule of rates. Presented March 16,1914. — Mr. Turgeon Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2&— Continued. 

201. Return to an Order of the House of the 11th February, 1914. for a copy of all contracts, 

accounts, bills, memoranda, letters, correspondence, receipts, vouchers, bills of lading. 
&c referrins to all materials, provisions, supplies and goods of every description pur- 
chased and forwarded to Port Nelson during the year 1913, by any Department of the 
Government of Canada, and agreements for employment of workmen in connection with 
the construction of the Hudson Bay Railway terminals at Port Nelson. Presented March 
18, 1914.— J/r. Maclean {Halifax) ^o^ printed. 

202. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914. for a copy of all papers. 

letters or other correspondence, instructions, reports, valuations, appointment of 
valuators, or appraisers, appraisements, abstracts of titles, deeds or other conveyances, 
in any Department of the Government or in the railway offices at Moncton. relating to, 
or in any manner connected with, the purchase by the Intercolonial Railway of a prop- 
erty in Moncton, N.B., at the corner of Archibald and Main streets in said city, form- 
erly owned in his lifetime by the late P. S. Archibald, C.E., and now occupied by the 
General Superintendent of the Intercolonial Railway, F. P. Brady, as a residence ; 
together with a copy of all bills, accounts and statement of expenditures for repairs 
made on the buildings of said property ; and also of accounts, commissions and bills 
paid to solicitors, attorneys or other agents, for searches, conveyances, and a statement 
of all moneys paid for charges and expenses in connection with such purchase or the 
procuring of a deed of said property? Presented March 16, 1914.— Mr. Emmerson. 

Not printed, 

202a Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a 
copy of all papers, letters or other correspondence, instructions, reports, valuations, 
appointment of valuators, or appraisers, appraisements, abstracts 'of titles, deeds or 
other conveyances in any department of the Government or in the railway offices at 
Moncton, relating to, or in any manner connected with, the purchase by the Inter- 
colonial Railway of a property in Moncton. N.B.. at the corner of Archibald and Main 
streets in said city, formerly owned in his lifetime by the late P. S. Archibald. C.E., 
and now occupied by the General Superintendent of the Intercolonial Railway, F. P. 
Brady, as a residence ; together with a copy of all bills, accounts and statement of 
expenditures for repairs made on the buildings of said property ; and also of accounts, 
commissions and bills paid to solicitors, attorneys or other agents, for searches, con- 
veyances, and a statement of all monies paid for charges and expenses in connection 
with such purchase or the procuring of a deed of said property. Presented March 26, 
1914. — Mr. Emmerson ^ot printed. 

202?>- Further Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a 
copy of all papers, letters or other correspondence, instructions, reports, valuations, 
appointment of valuators, or appraisers, appraisements, abstracts of titles, deeds or 
other conveyances in any department of the Government or in the railway offices at 
Moncton. relating to, or in any manner connected with, the purchase by the Inter- 
colonial Railway of a property in Moncton, N.B., at the corner of Ai-chibald and Main 
streets in said city, formerly owned in his lifetime by the late P. S Archibald, C.E., 
and now occupied by the General Superintendent of the Intercolonial Railway, F. P. 
Brady, as a residence ; together with a copy of all bills, accounts and statement of 
expenditures for repairs made on the buildings of said property ; and also of accounts, 
commissions and bills paid to solicitors, attorneys or other agents, for searches, con- 
veyances, and a statement of all monies paid for charges and expenses in connection 
with such purchase or the procuring of a deed of said property. Presented April 1, 
1914. — Mr. Emmerson Not printed. 

203 Return to an Order of the House of the 4th March, 1914, for a return showing the freight 
rates under the old tariff of the Intercolonial Railway, per 100 lbs. or per ton, on fresh, 
dried and cured fi.sh, molasses, coal oil. nails, hardware and anthracite coal from Glou- 
cester Junction and Bathurst station to and from St. John, and the present rates for 
the same articles between the same points. Presented March 17, 1914. — Mr. Turpeon. 

Not printed. 

204. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd February, 1914, for a return showing all 

smelt fishing licenses issued in the County of Pictou during the past season, and of all 
correspondence in reference to the same. Presented March 17, 1914. — Mr. Macdonald. 

Not printed. 

204«- Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd February, 1914, for a return 
showing all smelt fishing licenses issued in the County ot Pictou during the past season, 
and of all correspondence in reference to the same. Presented April 17, 1914. — Mr. 
Macdonald Not printed. 

205. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all documents 

concerning the latest changes in the lobster fishing regulations at Magdalen Islands. 
Presented March 17. 19-14. — Mr. Lemieux Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

206. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence, telegrams, tenders and- documents connected in any way with the supplying of 
coal to the lobster hatchery at Margaree during the years 1910-1911, 1911-1912, 1912- 

1913 and 1913-1914. Presented March 17, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (Antigonish). 

Not printed, 

207. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a copy of the charges 

made against Mrs. Marguerite Fair, postmistress of Black Cape, Quebec, on which Mr. 
Louis Tachg of Rimouski, was authorized to hold an investigation, together with the 
appeal of said Investigation, if any was held. Presented March 17, 1914. — Mr. MarcU 
{Bonuvcntitre) ^ot printed. 

208. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence, papers, documents, reports, &c., in connection with the proposed increase of mail 
' service from Shelburne, N.S., to Jordan Bay and Jordan Ferry and return since Octo- 
ber 1, 1911. Presented March 17, 1914. — Mr. Maclean {Halifax) Not printed. 

209. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence between the Post Office Department, or any official thereof, and any person or 
persons, concerning the installation of street letter boxes in the village of Chesley, in 
the riding of South Bruce. Presented March 17, 1912. — Mr. Graham. .. .Not printed. 

210. Report of the Commission of Conservatipn of Canada on the Trent "Watershed Survey, a 

reconnaissance by C. D. Howe, Ph.D., and J. H. White, B.A., B.Sc. F., with an intro- 
ductory discussion by B E. Fernow, LL.D Presented by Hon. Mr. Borden, March 19, 

1914 jjot printed. 

210a. Conservation of coal in Canada. Report of Commission of Conservation. — (Senate). 

Not printed. 

211. Copy of evidence taken before Mr. William Henry Moore, the commissioner appointed to 

inquire into certain charges against Mr. Frank Fairen, store keeper on the Trent Canal, 
sentation in the Senate, of the Western provinces oif Canada. Presented by Hon. Mr. 
March 19, 1914 Not printed. 

212. Copy of the opinion of the Deputy Minister of Justice on the subject of increased repre- 

sentation in the Senate, of ahe Western provinces of Canada. Presented by Hon. Mr. 
Borden, March 19, 1914 Not printed. 

212a. Copy of a resolution of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of British Columbia, 
approved by His Honour the Lieutenant Governor in Council, in which application ia 
made to the Federal Government to increase the number of senators for the said 
province. Presented by Hon. Mr. Borden, March 19, 1914 Not printed. 

212&- Copy of opinion of the Assistant Deputy Minister of Justice on the subject of increased 
representation in the Senate, of the prairie provinces of Canada. Presented by Hon. 
Mr. Borden, March 23, 1914 Not printed. 

213. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th March, 1914, for a copy of all papers and 

correspondence in the Department of Customs regarding the entry of a boring mill at 
Lethbridge, Alberta, shipped in Aug^^-^^t, 1913, by John Stirk and Company, and billed 
to the Lethbridge Iron Works. Presented March 20, 1914. — Mr. Buchanan . 

Not printed. 

214. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th March, 1914, for a copy of a petition dated 

the 9th of July, 1911, signed by Etienne Barre, Joseph Trudeau and others, taxpayers 
of the municipality of Chambly Basin, and addressed to the Minister of Justice, together 
with a copy of all documents and vouchers attached to said petition, and of all corre- 
spondence and other documents relating thereto. Presented March 23, 1914. — Mr. 
Lamarche Not printed. 

215. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return showing wher« 

the D.G. cruiser Margaret was built ; the names of the builders ; the contract price ; 
whether the contract was awarded to the lowest tenderer ; the name and address of 
each tenderer and amount of each tender ; if the Government or any department thereof 
has contracted for any other vessel or vessels during the past eighteen months ; and if 
so, the number of such vessels, the names and addresses of the contractors, the gross 
tonnage of each and the contract price, and the service for which they were intended. 
Presented March 23, 1914. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

216. Return to an Order of tlie House of the 2nd March, 1914, for a copy of all letters, tele- 

grams or other correspondence in connection with the seizure of eleven (11) horses be- 
longing to Mr. John M. Ferguson, Kaleida, Manitoba, on or about the 28th day of 
March, 1912. Presented March 24, 1914. — Mr. Turriff Not printed. 

217. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th February, 1914, for a return showing the 

quantities and values of potatoes imported monthly into Canada daring the years 1911, 
1912 and 1913, and the countries from which such potatoes were imported. Presented 
March 25, 1914. — Mr. Hughes {Kings, P.E.I.) Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLU?'^'^, 28— Continued. 

217o- Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return showing the 
quantities and values of potatoes exported monthly from each province of Canada, from 
September 1, 1911, to January 1, 1914, and the countries to which the same were 
exported. Presented March 25. 1914. — Mr. Carvell Not printed. 

218. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th March. 1914, for a return showing: how 

many colonels, honorary colonels, lieut.-colonels, honorary lieut. -colonels, and other 
officers, honorary and otherwise, have been appointed by the Minister of Militia and 
Defence from October, 1911, to the present time. Presented March 25, 1914. — Mr. 
Hughes (Kings, P.E.I.) Not printed. 

218a- Return to an Order of the House of the 11th February, 1914, for a return showing the 
number of honourary appointments to military rank which have been made by, or with 
the approval of, the present Minister of Militia and Defence since he assumed ofRce. 
giving the names of the persons so appointed, and the rank of each. Presented A')ril 
1, 1914. — Mr. Murphy " Not printed. 

219. Kitsilano Indian reserve — relating to the purchase of by the Government of the Dominion 

of Canada from the Province of British Columbia. — {Senate) Not printed. 

220. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 9th March. 1914, 

for a copy of all papers, documents. Orders in Council, correspondence, &c., in refer- 
ence to the suspension of Mr. Joseph McGillis of the Department of CustonT^, 
Ottawa. Presented March 27, 1914. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax) Not printed. 

221. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return showing the 

names of all parties who have been employed at the Experimental Farm at Ste. Atme 
de la Pocatiere during the years 1912 and 1913, and the salary and fees paid to each of 
them. Presented March .30, 1914. — Mr. Lapointe ( Kamouraska) Not printed. 

222. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a return showing the 

total number of veterinary inspectors employed by the Government in the slaughter 
houses of the country ; how they are distributed in each Province ; the names of the 
establishments they are connected with, and the number of officers in each of them; if 
the Government employ some otiiers to supervise the liealth of the herds on the farms 
besides the veterinary inspectors connected with the slaughter houses ; the number of 
them, and how they are distributed in each Province ; the number of herds of both 
cattle and hogs that have been submitted to inspection during the years 1911, 1912 and 
1913 ; the number of animals in each Province slaughtered .after tuberculosis was 
found in them ; if the Government paid indemnities to the owners on account of such 
slaughtering, and if so, the amount in each Province ; the respective salaries of the 
veterinary inspectors employed in the slaughter houses ; the working hours of those 
officers ; the respective salaries paid to the veterinaiy inspectors employed for other 
purjioses ; the amount of the expenses of that branch of the Department of Agriculture 
for the years 1911. 1912 and 1913 for internal managmeent. such as salaries, and the 
salaries and expenses for each of the Provinces. Presented March 30. 1914. — Mr. Boyer. 

Not printed. 

223. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd February. 1914, for a copy of the report of 

George Lafontaine, received by the Department of Agriculture during the present fiscal 
year, relating to the manufacture of chemical manure. Presented IMarch 30, 1914. — • 
Mr. Boulay Not printed. 

224. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a return showing . — 

1. Whether the Postmaster General has given a contract for rural parcel boxes; 
and, if so, to whom? 

2. Whether tenders for the boxes were asked? 

3. From whom tenders were received? 

4. The price, if any, of the different tenders? 

5. How many boxes were ordered, and at what price? 

6. Whether the Postmaster General, since he came into office, has made a contract 
for rural mail boxes, and, if so, when? 

7. The amount of the contract? 

8. Who the tenderers were, and the price, if any, of the different tenders? 

9. Who received the contract, and the price paid per box? 

10. How many boxes, if any, were ordered? Presented March 31, 1914. — Mr. 
Nesbitt Not printed. 

225. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd March, 1914, for a return showing the 

rates of interest paid on all Dominion loans from 1890 to 1914. Presented March 
31, 1914. — Mr. Pardee Not printed. 

226. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General, of the 9th March, 

1914, for a copy of all correspondence since October, 1911. between the Government 
of Canada, represented by the Department of Marine and Fisheries, of the one pait, 
and the Goverment of the United Kingdom, the Government of the United States, or 
any other Government, of the other part, relating to steam trawling in Atlantic 
w.i.eit; Presented March 31, 1914. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 28— Continued. 

227. Return to an Order of the House of the 11th February, 1914, for a copy of all letters. 

telegrams, and written requests during the years 1912 and 1913. addressed to the 
Department of Marine and Fisheries, or the Department of Naval Affairs, or any 
officer of either Department, or Marine branches of said department, or any officer or 
persons of either branch, by any person or persons, relating to proposals or requests 
that the vessels or any vessel under the control of the Naval Branch of said Depart- 
ment, should be present at any regatta or celebration of any description held any- 
where on the Atlantic or I'acific Coasts of Canada during said years; also of all 
replies to such letters, telegrams and written requests. Presented March 31. 1914. — 
Mr. Law xot printed. 

228. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th March, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence, memoranda and other documents relating to the moral, mental and physical 
inspection of all immigrants entering Canada. Presented April 1, 1914. — Mr. Paqicet. 

Not printed. 

229. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th March, 1914, for a copy of all orders, 

reports, applications, letters, telegrams and other documents connected with or in any 
manner relating to the retirement of Amasa B. Killam, an official of the Intercolonial 
Railway, from the employment of the said railway, and to his claim for a retiring 
allowance, under the provisions of the Intercolonial and Prince Edward Island Rail- 
way Employees' Provident Fund Act ; and also of all letters showing the date of his 
beginning work in the service of the said railway and of his appointment to a posi- 
tion in the employ of said railway on the first of April, 1897, or at any other date. 
Also a copy of all instructions and letters from the then Minister of Railways to the 
general manager or to any other official of the Intercolonial, relating to engagement 
or employment of the said Amasa E. Killam, and of all letters, correspondence, instruc- 
tions, reports, or other documents in any way relating thereto and to the engagement 
of the said Amasa E. Killam. during the month of March, 1897. to take the position 
of bridge and building inspector on the Intercolonial Railway, to commence work on 
the first day of April. 1S97. Presented April 1, 1914. — Mr. F.mmerson. . .Not printed. 

230. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd February. 1914. for a copy of all letters, 

papers and other documents relating to the payments made at Skinners Cove, Pictou 
County, for purchase of land or other rights in the year 1913. Presented April 2 
1914.— J/r. Macdonald 2Vot printed. 

231. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February. 1914, for a copy of all papers, 

correspondence, telegrams, letters, pay rolls, accounts and vouchers in any way 
referring to the expenditure of money by this Government for the public wharf at 
Whycocomagh. Presented April 2, 1914. — Mr. Maclean {Halifax) Not printed. 

231«- Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914. for a copy of all papers, 
advertisements, tenders, bids, contracts, reports, vouchers, accounts, receipts, corre- 
spondence, &c., in connection witli the construction of a wharf at Feltzen South, 
Lunenburg County, N.S.. now under construction or recently completed. Presented 
April 2, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (Inverness) Not printed. 

231?'- Return to an Order of the House of the 4th March, 1914. for a return showing: — 

1. How much money was expended on the repairs to the wharf at South Gut, 
Victoria County, during the summer of 1913? 

2. How much on labour and how mucli on material, respectively? 

3. Who was the foreman, by whom recommended, and his rate of wages per day? 

4. How many days he was employed as foreman? 

5. How many men he had Vvorking for him on the wharf each day. and the wages 
paid each man? 

6. How much w&.s paid for material for the repairs, and where it was obtained? 

7. From whom the material was purchased, the nature of it. and the price paid 
per foot?' 

8. Who was the paymaster on this work and when the men were paid? Pre- 
sented April 2. 1914. — Mr. McKenzie Not printed. 

231c. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February. 1914, for a return showing the 
amount expended by the Government on wharfs, breakwaters, public works and 
dredging in the County of Yarmouth since October 11, 1911 ; and to whom the 
amounts so expended were paid. Presented April 2, 1914. — Mr. Law ... .Not printed. 

231f?- Return to an Order of the House of the 4th March, 1914, for a return showing: — 

1. How much money was expended on repairs to the Englishtown wharf, County 
of Victoria, in the summer of 1913? 

2. How much on labour and how much on material, respectively? 

3. Who was the foreman, by whom he was recommended, and his rate of wages 
per day? 

4. How many days he was employed as foreman? 

5. How many men he had working for him on the wharf each day, and the wages 
paid each man? 

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6. From whom the material was purchased, of what it consisted, and the price 
paid per foot? 

7. Who was the paymaster on this work, and when the men were paid? 

8. When the work was begun and when completed? Presented April 2, 1914. — • 
Mr. McKenzie ^ot printed. 

231e. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1913, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams, correspondence, pay-rolls, vouchers and documents of all kinds connected 
in any way with repairs or extension of wharf at Finlay Point, Mabou, Inverness 
County during the year 3 910-1911. Presented April 2, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (Inver- 
ness) ' ^ot printed. 

231/. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th March, 1914, for a return showing the 
amount of timber used and the price paid for same in renewing and repairing the 
wharf at Port Clyde, Shelbourne County, N.S. ; the amount of wages paid on same, 
and to whom ; and the number and price of ballast poles used in the above work. Pre- 
sented April 2, 1914.— Jir. Laio ^ot printed. 

231f7- Return to an Order of the House of the 12th May, 1913, for a copy of all papers, tele- 
grams, documents, reports, correspondence, &c., in any way relating to a proposed 
extension of a wharf or the construction of a new wharf at Finlay Point, Inverness 
County, N.S. Presented April 2, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (Inverness) Not printed. 

gSlA- Return to an Order of the House of the 26th May, 1913, for a copy of all papers, letters 
and documents relating to the building of a wharf in the town of L'Assomption. Pre- 
sented April 2, 1914.— Mr. Seguin Not printed. 

23 It Return to an Address of the 19th May, 1913, to His Excellency the Administrator for a 
copy of all papers, tenders, contracts, accounts, and Orders in Council, between the 
Department of Public Works and any other person or persons, relating to the pur- 
chase of a site for the public wharf being erected or recently erected at Bear River, 
N.S., and also relating to the construction of said wharf, and anything in connection 
therewith. Presented April 2, 1914. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax) Not printed. 

231i- Return to an Order of the House of the 31st March, 1913, for a copy of all papers, 
documents, correspondence, &c., relating to the purchase of a property at Centreville, 
Shelburne County, Nova Scotia, as a site for a public wharf, and in connection with 
any monies expended on the McGray properT:y at Centreville, upon the public wharf. 
Presented April 2, 1914.— 3/r. Kyte Not printed. 

2S1'^- Return to an Order of the House of the 9th March, 1914. for a copy of all correspond- 
ence, letters, telegrams, notes, requests, &c., addressed to the Department or the 
Minister of Public Works, directly or indirectly, in connection with the work necessary 
for the completion of the wharf at Sainte Croix, County of Lotbinigre, since the 21st 
of September, 1911, to date. Presented April 16, 1914. — Mr. Fvrtier Not printed. 

231I. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence, petitions, memorials, letters, reports, and telegrams, in the Department of Public 
Works, or in any of the Departments of the Government, relating to a proposed wharf 
or breakwater at Little Cape, and Great Shemogue Harbour, Westmorland County, N.B. ; 
also of all correspondence, letters and telegrams exchanged between any member of the 
Government and M. G. Siddal, or any other persons or corporations, relating to a pro- 
posal or application to construct a wharf or breakwater at Little Cape or Great She- 
mogue Harbour in Westmorland County, N.B., or in connection with having a survey 
made in connection with any such proposal. Presented April 17, 1914. — Mr. Emmer- 
so^ Not printed. 

231"*- Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a copy of all reports, 
memoranda, correspondence and documents of every nature, relating to the construction 
of a wharf in the town of L'Assomption, and of all petitions and correspondence in 
favour or against such construction to date, and the reasons why the construction of 
such wharf, authorized in the estimates of 1911-1912, has not been proceeded with. 
Presented April 17, 1914. — Mr. Seguin Not printed. 

231»- Return to an Order of the House of the 16th March, 1914, for a copy ol all accounts, 
vouchers, pay-rolls, instructions, correspondence and recommendations relating to the 
expenditure on the public wharf at Arichat, N.S., since the 11th day of October, 1911. 
Presented April 30, 1914. — Mr. Kyte Not printed. 

2310. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a copy of all tenders, 
contracts, memorandums, pay-rolls, accounts, vouchers, correspondence, papers and 
documents, &c., in connection with work performed upon the Government wharf at 
Croft's Cove, Lunenburg County, in 1912. Presented April 30, 1914. — Mr. Maclean 
(Halifax) Not printed. 

231P. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th March, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence, letters, telegrams, petitions and other documents relating to the claim of the Bona- 
venture and Gloucester Interprovinclal Company. Limited, in connection wtih a wharf 
on Bonaventure river, Bonaventure County. Presented April 30. l914. — Mr. Sevigny. 

Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 28— Continued. 

2319- Suppl&mentary Return to an Order of the House of the 9th March, 1914, for a copy of all 
correspondence, letters, telegrams, notes, requests, &c., addressed to the Department or 
the Minister of Public Works, directly or indirectly, in connection with the work neces- 
sary for the completion of the wharf at Sainte Croix, County of Lotbini&re, since the 
21st September, 1911, to date. Presented April 30, 1914. — Mr. Fortier Not printed. 

231r. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all tenders, 
contracts, pay rolls, vouchers, documents, correspondence, &c., in connection with the 
purchase of a site for the Government wharf at Bear River, N.S., and the construction 
of the said wharf. Presented April 30, 1914. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax) . .Not printed. 

231s. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th March, 1914, for a return showing: 

1. How much was spent upon Hall's Harbour wharf, Kings County, N.S., in 1913? 

2. The name of the commissioner or foreman, by whom he was recommended, and 
his remuneration? 

3. How much lumber was used upon the said wharf during 1913, from whom the 
same was purchased, and the price paid for the various forms thereof. Presented 
April 30, 1914. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax) Not printed. 

231^ Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a copy of the pay-list. 
Including the names and residences, of all those who have worked at the wharf of L'lle 
Verte, County of Temiscouata ; the number of days of employment of each of them ; 
the amount received by each of them ; who has or have signed the receipt or receipts 
for said amounts, in connection with the works which have been going on during the 
summer of 1912 and during the summer of 1913. Presented April 30, 1914. — Mr. 
Gauvreau Not printed. 

23 Iw- Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a copy of the pay-list. 
Including the names and residences, of the men who have worked on the wharf to the 
west of Rivi^re-Verte, T6miscouata ; the number of days' work of each of them ; the 
amount of money received by each of them ; who has or have signed the receipt or 
receipts for said amounts on said pay-list or otherwise, the whole for: (lo) 1912; (2o) 
1913. Presented May 4, 1914. — Mr. Gauvreau Not printed. 

23 Iv- Further Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 9th Mrach, 1914, for a 
copy of all correspondence letters, telegrams, notes, requests, &c., addressed to the 
Department or the Minister of Public Works, directly or indirectly, in connection with 
the work necessary for the completion of the wharf at Sainte Croix, County of Lot- 
bini&re, since the 21st of September, 1911, to date. Presented May 4, 1914. — Mr. 
Fortier Not printed. 

Z3\w. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th March, 1914, for a copy of all letters and 
telegrams addressed by G. A. R. Rowlings and J. S. Wells to the Department of Public 
Works, or the Minister, since October 1. 1911, relating to the construction of a public 
wharf at Cole Harbour, Guysborough County, N.S., and of all replies thereto. Pre- 
sented May 12, 1914. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

231a;. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams and correspondence of all kinds in any way relating to repairs required on 
the pier at Margaree Harbour, Inverness County, received in 1912-1913 and 1913-1914. 
Presented May 12, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (Inverness) Not printed. 

2312/- Return to an Order of the House of the 27th April, 1914, for a copy of all correspondence, 
pay-rolls, accounts, receipts, vouchers and papers relating to the construction of Feltzen 
South wharf, Lunenburg County, N.S. Presented May 16, 1914. — Mr. Maclean (Hali- 
fO'^) Not printed. 

231«. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all papers, 
correspondence, telegrams, letters, pay-rolls, accounts and vouchers in any way referring 
to the expenditure of money by this Government for the building and repair of the pub- 
lic wharf at Port Hood. Presented May 16, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (Inverness) 

Not printed. 

231 (2a). Return to an Order of the House of the 4th May, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence, telegrams, complaints, pay-rolls, vouchers and all other documents in any way 
connected with the expenditure of $500 during the year 1913 on Finlay Point wharf, 
Inverness County. Presented May 16, 19H. — Mr. Chisholm (Inverness) . .Not printed. 

231 (26). Return to an Order of the House of the 6th April, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence, letters, telegrams, petitions and recommendations relating to the wharf at Arichat, 

N.S., to be used by SS. Magdalin. Presented May 29, 1914. — Mr. Kyte Not printed. 

231 (2c). Return to an Order of the House of the 9th March, 1914, for a return showing: 

1. How much money was spent upon Kingsport Pier, Kings County, N.S during 
the year 1913? 

2. The name of the foreman or commissioner, by whom he was recommended, and 
the remuneration paid him? 

3. How much lumber was purchased and used for said pier, from whom it was pur- 
chased, and the particulars of the prices paid therefor? 

4. What was done with the lumber or piling taken out of said pier, and if the same 
was sold, to whom and at what price? Presented May 29, 1914. — Mr. Maclean (Hali- 
^°^> Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

231 (2d). Return to an Order of the House of the 27th April, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence, pay-rolls, accounts, receipts, vouchers and papers relating to the construction of 
Kraut Point wharf, Lunenburg County, N.S. Presented June 12, 1914. — Mr. Maclean 
(Halifax) Not printed. 

232. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th March, 1914, for a return showing:— 

1. How much money has been expended in public works in the Counties of 
Rimouski and GaspS, respectively, since October 11, 1911. 

2. How much of the money so expended was provided for in the estimates of 1911- 
1912? 

3. "What amount was expended on the works for which money was not included in 
the estimates of 1911-1912? Presented April 2, 1914. — Mr. Marcil {Bonaventure). 

Not printed. 

232a. Return to an Order of the_House of the 23rd February, 1914, for a return showing how 
mu/h money has been expended on public works in Antigonish County since October 11, 
1911. 

2. How much of the amount so expended was provided in the estimates for 1911- 
1912? 

3. What amount, not included in the estimates for 1911-1912, was expended on 
public works in said county? Presented April 2, 1914. — Mr. Chisholni {Antigonish). 

232b- Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a copy of all papers, 
reports, documents, correspondence, plans, &c., in reference to a proposed Government 
public building at Bear River, N.S., and the purchase of a site for the same. Presented 
April 2, 1914. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax) Not printed. 

232<7- Return to an Order of the House of the 9th April, 1913, for a copy of all charges, corre- 
spondence, pay-rolls, telegrams and other documents relating in any way to the expen- 
diture of money on the harbour improvements at Mabou Harbour by the Department of 
Public Works, during the years 1911-12, 1912-13. Presented April 2, 1914. — Mr. Chis- 
hohn (Inverness) Not printed. 

232^. Return to an Order of the House of the 28th May, 1913, was issued to the proper officer 
for a copy of the specifications and tenders for materials to be used in connection with 
the proposed dry dock at Lauzon, Quebec, ^'resented April 2, 1914. — Mr. Lemieux. 

Not printed. 

232€- Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd March, 1913, for a copy of all documents, 
letters, reports of engineers and statements of detailed expenditure in connection with 
dredging at Bonaventure River, Quebec. Presented April 2, 1914. — Mr. Marcil (Bona- 
venture) Not printed. 

232/- Return to an Order of the House of the 3rd March, 1913, for a copy of all petitions, corre- 
spondence, reports or other papers or documents in the Department of Public Works 
relating to the building of a breakwater at Goulman's Point, Half Island Cove, Guys- 
boro' County, N.S. Presented April 2, 1914. — il/?-. Sinclair Not printed. 

232g. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams, correspondence and documents of all kinds in any way relating to a light- 
house to be built at Red Cape, Margaree Harbour, Inverness County. Presented 
April 7, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (Inverness) Not printed. 

232'i- Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all papers, 
documents, telegrams, correspondence, &c., in reference to the purchase of a site in 
Saskatoon for a post office building. Presented April 16, 1914. — Mr. McCraney. 

Not printed. 

232i. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence, reports, petitions and documents exchanged by and with the Department of Public 
Works since the 1st of September, 1911, to date, with the reasons why the construction 
of the public building, authorized in the town of St. Lin Des Laurentides, County of 
L'Assomption, as per the estimates of 1911-1912, has not been proceeded with. Pre- 
sented April 17, 1914. — Mr. Seguin Not printed. 

232i- Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for all correspondence, reports 
and documents exchanged by and with the Department of Public Works from Octdber, 
1911, to date, regarding the non-erection of the public building authorized to be erected 
at New Carlisle, the county seat of Bonaventure County, in the estimates of 1911-1912. 
Presented April 17, 1914. — Mr. Marcil (Bonav-enture) Not printed. 

232fc. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return showing the 
names of all persons who worked on Lingan Bar, South Cape Breton, under Superin- 
tendent H. D. McLean, the wages paid to each per diem, the amount paid each or pay- 
able to each, and showing generally how the amount voted for such work was expended, 
and the amount received by H. D. McLean in connection with said worl^. Presented 
April 17, 1914. — Mr. Carroll Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

232'- Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all papers, 
advertisements, tenders, contracts, papers, telegrams, correspondence, returns, reports, 
accounts, vouchers, receipts, &c., in connection with any dredging performed by the 
Nova Scotia Dredging Company, or any other company, corporation or individuals, 
at Jeddore, Halifax County, N.S., in the years 1912 and 1913. Presented April 17, 1914. 
— Mr. Maclean (Halifax) Not printed. 

232"!. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th May, 1913, for a copy of all papers, tele- 
grams, documents, reports, correspondence, pay-rolls, &c., in any way relating to a life- 
savnu'- staticn which was constructed at Cheticamp, during 1912. Presented April 28, 
1914. — Mr. Chisholm (Inverness) Not printed. 

232"- Return to an Order of the House of the 12th March, 1914, for a return showing: — 

1. AVliat films or persons are or have been engaged in dredging for the Government 
in the has bour of St. John and upon the St. John river and its tributaries since Octo- 
ber 1. 1911. 

2. Wliat amount has been paid to each firm or person for this work from October 1, 
1911, to the pi-esent time? 

3. Who are the offlcers, president, manager and secretary of each of these corpor- 
ations? Presented April 30, 1914. — Mr. Carvell Not printed. 

2320. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a copy of all documents 
bearing on the repairing and improvement of the Metapedia Road in the Counties of 
Rimouski an^i Bonaventure. Presented April 30, 1914. — Mr. Marcll (Bonaventure). 

Not printed. 

232p- Return to an Order of the House of the 12th March, 1914, for a return showing: — 

1. What lug boats, steam or gasoline tenders, have been employed by the Govern- 
ment sinie September 21, 1911, in connection with the dredging operations in St. John 
harbour and in the River St. John and its tributaries? 

2. Who are the registered owners of these boats and from whom each is hired? 

3. The sum paid per day for each tug boat or tender and how many days each has 
worked in the period referred to. 

4. What amount of money has been paid for the service of each boat in the period 
referred to and to whom it has been paid. Presented April 30, 1914. — Mr. Carvell. 

Not printed. 

232Cf- Return to an Order of the House of the 9th March, 1914, for a return showing the details 
as to the nature of the work concerning the damming of the Chateauguay river, the 
number of men employed, their names, the wages paid in each case and the period of 
their employment during the calendar year 1913. Presented April 30, 1914. — Mr. 
Lcmieux Not printed. 

232>". Return to an Order of the House of the 16th March, 1914, for a copy of all letters, tele- 
grams, correspondence, reports, petitions, and communications filed in the Department of 
Public Works since 191Q.. relating to tlie dredging of Antigonish harbour, or the straight- 
ening or widening of the channel, or other improvements proposed to be made tliere. 
Presented April 30, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (Antic/onish) Not printed. 

232s- Return to ^in Order of the House of the 23rd March, 1914, for a cony of all letters, papers 
and other documents relative to the purchase of a lot of land in the town of Stellarton, 
for a public building. Presented April 30, 1914. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

232t. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all papers, 
correspondence, telegrams, letters, pay-rolls, accounts, and vouchers in any way refer- 
ring to the expenditure of money by this Government in the construction of the new 
telegraph or telephone line from Baddeck, Victoria County, N.S. ,to North East Mar- 
garee, Inverness County. N.S., thence to Big Intervale, Inverness County, N.S., and also 
in connection with the lines from South West Margaree to Loch Ban, and from Scots- 
ville to Whycocomagh, all in Inverness County, N.S. Presented May 4, 1914. — Mr. Chis- 
holm (Antigonish) Not printed. 

232"- Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all papers, 
documents, telegrams, correspondence, &c., in reference to the purchase of a property 
or site on Gottingen street, Halifax, for the erection of a post office building. Pre- 
sented May 4, 1914. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax) Not printed. 

232v. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th March, 1914, for a return showing all pay- 
ments made in the year 1913 in connection with repairs done to, or moneys expended 
on, the Blue Rock breakwater in Antigonish County, with the names of the persons to 
whom such payments were made, the amount paid to each, and what such amounts 
were for. Presented May 4, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (Antigonish) Not printed. 

232w- Return to an Order of the House of the 9th March, 1914, for a copy of all papers, docu- 
ments, correspondence, &c., from any person or persons in connection with the purchase 
of the site for the post office at Canning, N.S. Presented May 4, 1914. — Mr. Maclean 
(Halifax) Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 28— Continued. 

232a;. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all tenders 
received for the construction of a lighthouse at Grand Anse, Gloucester County, N.B., 
and of the contract awarded. Presented May 5, 1914. — Mr. Turgeon Not printed. 

232y. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a copy of all papers, 
letters, telegrams, reports, deeds, fees paid to lawyers, and other documents relative to 
the purchasing of land from Mrs. C. F. Bertrand and Ai-themise Dionne. in connection 
with the works on the southwest side of Riviere-Verte, I'lslet, County of Temiscouata. 
Presented May 5, 1914. — Mr. Gauvreau Not printed. 

232iS. Return to an Order of the House of the 20th April, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence between the Minister of Public Works, the Minister of Justice, or any other mem- 
ber of the Government, and any person or persons, relating to the location and erection 
of the new post office in the village of Eganville, County of Renfrew. Presented May 
5, 1914. — Mr. Graham Not printed. 

232 (2a). Return .to an Order of the House of the 16th March, 1914, for a copy of all corre- 
spondence, documents, recommendations and reports, respecting the dredging of Des 
Prairies river, the work done, depth, length and width of channel dredged, the list of 
men employed to perform that work, their salaries respectively, and the amount of 
money spent on that work since the 22nd of November, 1912, up to the 2nd of February, 
1914. Presented May 7, 1914. — Mi: Wilson (Laval) JVot printed. 

232 (2b). Return to an Order of the House of the 6th April, 1914, for a copy of all letters, tele- 
grams, correspondence, complaints, bills, accounts, vouchers, receipts and any docu- 
ments in any way connected with the expenditure of money at Friar's Head Boat Har- 
bour by Simon P. Doucet, during the years 1912-13, 1913-14. Presented May 7, 1914. — 
Mr. Chishohn ( Inverness) Not printed. 

232 (2c). Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a copy of all papers 
in connection with the public building at Gravelburg, from and since January 1. 1912. 
Presented May 7, 1914. — Mr. Knoioles Not printed. 

232 (2d). Return to an Order of the tlouse of the 23rd March, 1914, for a copy of all specifi- 
cations and of all tenders pertaining to the Brantford public building now being erected, 
and of the contract awarded, and of all correspondence, whether by letter or telegram, 
with reference thereto. Presented May 7, 1914. — Mr. Nesbitt Not printed. 

232 (2e). Return to an Address to His Royal Highness\the Governor General of the 9th 
February, 1914, for a copy of all correspondence, telegrams, petitions and memorials 
received by the Right Honourable R. L. Borden, Premier of Canada, or any other Min- 
ister of the Crown since the first day of October, 1911, from J. A. Gillies, Esq., N.S., or 
any resident of the County of Richmond, N.S., relative to expenditure of public money 
on public works in the said County of Richmond. Presented May 8, 1914. — Mr. Kyte. 

Not printed. 

232 (2/). Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 20th April. 1914, for a copy 
of all correspondence betewen the Minister of Public Works, the Minister of Justice or 
any other member of the Government, and any person or persons, relating to the loca- 
tion and erection of the new post office in the village of Eganville, County of Renfrew. 
Presented May 8, 1914. — 3/?-. Graham Not printed. 

232 (2g). Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return showing 
the dredging operations carried on in Bonaventure County in 1913, together with a 
copy of estimates, reports, and correspondence. Presented May 11, 1914. — Mr. Mai-cU. 

Not 2>rinted. 

232 (2fc). Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a copy of all corre- 
spondence and other documents in reference to the erection of a customs building in the 
village of Chesley, Riding of South Bruce. Presented May 12, 1914. — Mr. Truax. 

Not printed. 

232 (2i). Return to an Order of the House of the 6th April, 1914, for a copy of all accounts 
and vouchers covering the expenditure during the calendar year 1913 at South Lake, 
Lakevale, Antigonish County, and showing in detail, the persons to whom such pay- 
ments were made, what such payments were for, the number of day labourers 
emploj^ed, and the rate of wages, the quantity of material used and the price paid 
therefor, the quantity of material hauled to the work and not used, and the persons 
supplying such material. Presented May 12, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (Antigo^iish). 

Not printed. 

232 (2;). Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd February, 1914, for a copy of all 
letters, papers, telegrams, valuations, appraisals and other documents relative to the 
obtaining of a site for a public building at Hantsport, Nova Scotia. Presented May 
12, 1914. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

232 (2fc). Return to an Order of the House of the 11th February, 1914, for a copy of all corre- 
spondence, letters, telegrams, reports, appraisals and other documents relative to the 
expropriation of the lands of John Campbell and Albert E. Milligan, in connection with 
the improvements on the East River at Pictou. Presented May 12, 1914. — Mr. Mac- 
donald Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME ZS—Continiud. 

232 (20- Return to an Order of the House of the 16th March, 1914, for a copy of all papers, 
letters and other documents, including pay-lists relating to the expenditure of moneys 
by the Public Works Department on Falmouth Township Dyke, Hants County, in 1913. 
Presented May 12, 1914. — Mr. Macdonald Noi printed. 

232 (2w). Return to an Order of the House of the 16th March, 1914, for a copy of all accounts, 
vouchers, pay-rolls, instructions, correspondence and recommendations relating to the 
expenditure on the public building at Arichat, N.S., since the 11th day of October, 1911. 
Presented May 16, 1914. — Mr. Kyte Not printed. 

232 (2»i). Return to an Order of the House of the 4th March, 1914, for a copy of all corre- 
spondence and other documents in connection with the letting of the construction for 
the Toronto harbour works. Presented May 16, 1914. — Mr. Pardee Not printed. 

232 (2o). Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return showing the 
nature and cost of works carried on in the County of Bonaventure by the Department 
of Public Works since October 10, 1911, to date, together with a copy of all reports, 
estimates, pay-lists, and correspondence in connection therewith. Presented May 27, 
1914. — Mr. Marcil (,Bonave7iture) Not printed. 

232 (2p). Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd March, 1914, for a copy of all corre- 
spondence, documents, recommendations and reports respecting the dredging at Port 
Elgin, Westmorland County, N.B., with the names of men employed to perform that 
work, their salaries, respectively, and the amount of money spent on the same from 
January 1, 1901, to January 1, 1914. Presented May 27, 1914. — Mr. Robidoitx. 

Not printed. 

232 (2q). Further Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 20th April, 1914, for 
a copy of all correspondence between the Minister of Public Works, the Minister of 
Justice, or any other member of the Government, and any person or persons, relating to 
the location and erection of the new post office in the village of Eganville, County of 
Renfrew. Presented May 27, 1914. — Mr. Graham Not piinted. 

232 (2r). Return to an Order of the House of the IGth February, 1914, for a copy of all papers 
in connection with the Immigration Hall at Gravelburg, Sask., from and since the 
1st January, 1912. Presented June 1, 1914. — Mr. Knowles Not printed. 

232 (2s). Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all adver- 
tisements, tenders, accounts, vouchers, letters, documents and correspondence relating to 
the construction of a breakwater at The Graff, Halifax County, N.S. Presented June 
2, 1914. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax) Not printed. 

232 (2t). Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd February, 1914, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams, correspondence, contracts and documents relating to the surrender of a con- 
tract for dredging in Miramichi Bay, N.B., by Messrs. A. and R. Loggie, and also with 
reference to the letting of a contract for the same, or any portion of said work, to the 
Northern Dredging Company ; together with a copy of all notices for tenders, tenders 
and contracts in connection therewith. Presented June 2, 1914. — Mr. Carvell. 

Not printed. 

232 (2m). Return to an Order of the House of the 6th April, 1914, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams, documents, papers, &c., in connection with the purchase by the Government 
of lots 1 and 2, block 125, plan 96, in the city of Moosejaw, for an examining warehouse 
site. Presented June 2, 1914. — Mr. Knowles Not printed. 

232 (2v). Return to an Order of the House of the 16th February, 1914, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams, correspondence of all kinds, pay-rolls, vouchers, &c., in any way referring to 
the expenditure of moneys on sheer dams on the Margaree river, at Margaree and 
North East Margaree, during 1911-1912 and 1912-1913. Presented June 2, 1914. — Mr. 
Chisholm (Inverness) Not printed. 

233. Return to an Order of the House of the 24th April, 1913, for a return showing what officers 

and men were employed on the dredge Northumberland at Pictou In the months of 
January, February and March, 1913, and the salaries and wages paid to them respecti- 
vely ; the amounts paid for repairs and supplies respectively, for -said dredge during 
said months and to whom paid respectively. Presented April 2, 1914. — Mr. Macdonald. 

Not printed. 

234. New Lobster Fishery Regulations established by Order in Council of the 25th March, 1914, 

in lieu of those established by Order in Council of the 30th September, 1910, and all 
amendments thereto, by virtue of the provisions of Section 54 of the Fisheries Act, 
chapter 45 of the Revised Statutes of Canada, 1906. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, 
April 7. 1914 Not printed. 

235. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd March, 1914, for a return showing: — 

1. How many engineers there are in the employ of the Intercolonial Railway at 
Moncton and at other points on that railway, and their names? 

2. How many were formerly in the employ of the Canadian Pacific Railway Com- 
pany? 

3. Whether Martin Murphy, C.E., is employed in the service of that railway. If 
so, when he was employed and what his age is? Presented April 7, 1914. — Mr. Emmer- 
son Not printed, 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

236. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th March, 1914, for a return showing the travel- 

ling expenses paid by the Government to the Honourable Rodolphe Roy, Judge of the 
Superior Court at Rimouski, during the years 1912-1913 and 1914, for trips from Quebec 
to Rimouski and return. Presented April 8, 1914. — Mr. Boulay Not printed. 

237. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd March, 1914, for a return showing: — 

1. The names of the lawyers who represented the Department of Justice in the 
district of Quebec, since the 21st September, 1911. 

2. The amount of money paid to each of them. Presented April 8, 1914. — Mr. 
Lapointe {Kamouraska) Not prin'ed. 

238. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th February, 1914, for a copy of all letters, tele- 

grams and documents generally concerning the withdrawal of an appeal in the Supreme 
Court of Canada, in the case of His Majesty the King, appellant, and Alfred Olivier 
Falardeau and Constant Napoleon Falardeau, respondents. Presented April 8, 1914. — 
Mr. LrCmieux Not printed. 

239. Return to an Order of the House of the I6th March, 1914, for a copy of all transfers of 

lands by the Militia Department to the Harbour Commissioners of Montreal, and of all 
correspondence with regard to the same. Presented April 15, 1914. — Mr. Carvell. 

Not printed. 

240. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd March, 1914, for a return showing: — 

1. The quantities of wheat, by grade, received into the teiminal elevators at Fort 
William and Port Arthur, from the date of the weigh-up in 1910, to date of weigh-up 
in 1911, the same for 1911-1912, and the same for 1912-1913. 

2. The quantities, by grade, delivered by each of the said elevators during the same 
periods. 

3. The average or shortage, as the case may be, of each grade in each of the said 
elevators, as shown by the said weigh-ups in each of those above mentioned periods. 

4. The date of the weigh-up in each case. Presented April 15, 1914. — Mr. Neely. 

Not printed. 

241. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd March, 1914, for a copy of all rules, orders 

and regulations, &c., affecting the handling of grain made by the Grain Commission to 
date, and of any changes made in elevator charge:s and terms, if any. Presented Apr 1 
15, 1914. — Mr. Neely v Not printed. 

242. Return to an Order of the House of the 6th April, 1914, for a copy of the new rules and 

regulations in regard to employees of the Intercolonial Railway and Prince Edward 
Island Railways. Presented April 15, 1914. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

243. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 30th March, 

1914, for a copy of all correspondence, petitions, lists of shareholders, Orders in Council, 
licenses, certificates and other papers and documents, and of all renewals thereof, relat- 
ing to the incorporation and licensing of the Banque St. Jean, the Banque Ville Marie 
and the Banque Jacques Cartier, all in the Province of Quebec. Presented April 16, 
1914. — Mr. Demers Not printed. 

243a. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 23rd March, 
1914, for a copy of all correspondence, petitions, lists of shareholdres. Orders in Council, 
licenses, certificates and other papers and documents and all renewals thereof, relating 
to the incorporation and licensing of the Bank of Yarmouth, and of all papers and 
documents relating to the winding up of the business of the said bank. Presented 
April 16, 1914. — Mr. Law Not pr.nted. 

2^3b. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General, of the 16th March, 
1914, for a copy of all correspondence, petitions, lists of shareho'dres. Orders in Council, 
licenses, certificates and other papers and documents and all renewals thereof, relating 
to the incorporation and licensing of the Pictou Bank, and of all papers and documents 
relating to the winding up of the business of the said bank. P-esented April 30, 1914. 
— Mr. Macdonald I^ot printed. 

244 Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd March, 1914, for a cpoy of the reports made 
by Colin F. McKinnon, of Taylor's Road, Antigonish County, Frank A. McKchen. of 
Inverness, N.S., John A. McDougall of Glace Bay, C.B., J. M. McDonald, of Christmas 
Island, C.B.. William Watkins of Cobourg Road, Halifax. S. 1'. Kream, of Brighton, 
Digby County, and J. J. Walker of Truro, N.S., special immigration agents appointed 
from the Province of Nova Scotia. Presented April 16, 1914. — Mr. Chisholm (.Anti- 
(jonish) ■'^o^ printed. 

245. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 4th February. 
1914, for a copy of all correspondence and papers generally concerning the proposed 
changes of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council. Presented April 16, 1914. — 
Mr. Lemieux ^'ot printed. 

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246. Return to an Order of the House of the 2ncl March, 1914, for a return giving the follow- 
ing information, as far as may be available, respecting the constitution of Upper Cham- 
bers or Senates within the British Empire and in foreign countries, and especially such 
informat on in respect of the self-governing Dominions and of foreign countries possess- 
ing a federal system of Government: — 

1. As to the method of appointment, whether by executive authority or by election 
by the jieople, or otherwise. 

2. As to the term of appointment, whether for life or for a term of years, or toher- 

wise. 

3. As to a re-appointment or re-election, and generally as to the filling of vacancies 
occasioned by death or otherwise. 

4. As to qual flcations, whether by age, residence, possession of real or personal 
property or otherwise. 

5. As to limitation of the membership, and as to the numerical relation of the 
membership to that of the Lower House. 

6. As to provisions for dissolution, appeal to the electorate, conferences or a ddi- 
tienal appointments in case of disagreement between the Upper and Lower House. 

7. As to the operation of the various systems in the several Dominions and coun- 
tries mentioned, and in what respect defects or. difficulties have made themselves mani- 
fest. 

8. All other relevant information respecting the constitution and status of such 
Upper Chambers. Presented April 16, 1914. — Mr. Middlebro. 

Printed for sessional papers only. 

246«. Further Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd March, 1914, for a 
return giving the following information, as far as may be available, respecting the 
constitution of Upper Chambers or Senates within the British Empire and in foreign 
countries, and especially such information in respect of the self-governing Domin.ons 
and of foreign countries possessing a federal system of Government : — 

1. As to the methoJ of appointment, whether by executive authority or by election 
b.\' the people, or otherwise. 

2. As to the term of appointment, whether for life or for a term of years, or other 
w se. 

3. As to a re-appointment or re-election, and generally as to the filling of vacancies 
occasioned by death or otherwise. 

4. As to qualifications, whether by age, residence, possession of real or personal 
property or otherwise. 

5. As to limitation of the membership, and as to the numerical relation of the 
membership to that of the Lower House. 

6. As to provisions for dissolution, appeal to the electorate, conferences or addi- 
tional appointments in case of disagreement between the Upper and Lower Houses. 

7. As to the operation of the various systems in the several Dominions and coun- 
tries mentioned, and in what respect defects or difficulties have made themselves mani- 
fest. 

8. All other relevant information respecting the constitution and status of such 
Upper Chambers. Presented June lO, 1914. — Mr. Middlebro.... 

Printed for sessional papers only. 

247. Return to an Order of the House of the 1st April, 1914, for a return showing : — 

1. What it has cost the Government for bottled and distilled water in Ottawa since 
January 1, 1912, to March 1, 1914? 

2. What it is costing the Government per day now for bottled and distilled water? 
Presented April 16, 1914. — Mr. Sexsmith Not printed. 

248. Return to an Order of the House of the 11th February, 1914, for a copy of all papers, 

letters, telegrams, reports and other documents relative to the purchase of land from 
Joseph Eraser, in connection with the works at Cariboo Island, Pictou County, in tlie 
Public Works Department. Presented April 16, 1914. — Mr. Macdonald. . . .Not printed. 

249. i;eturn to an Order of the House of the 21st May, 1913, for a copy of all correspondence 

exchanged during the year 1912, between Captain Belanger, commandant of the 
Eureka and the Department of Marine and Fisheries, both at Quebec and Ottawa. Pre- 
sented April 16, 1914.— Afr. Boulay Not printed. 

260 l^^fturn to an Order of the House of the 23rd March, 1914, for a return showing: — 

1. The names of the wharfingers at Coteau Landing from 1900 to 1914. 

2. The names of the vessels which moored there during that period. 
3! What wharfage each of those vessels paid during that time? 

4. What wharfage a coaler paid for unloading between 1900 and 1912? Presented 
April 17, 1914. — Mr. Paqiiet Not printed. 

251 Return to an Order of the House of the 4th March, 1914, for a copy of all correspondence,, 
letters, telegrams and documents in connection with the removal of ice in Yarmoufh, 
N S harbour by C.Q.S. Stanley in February, 1914. Presented April 21, 1914. — Mr.. 

Law ' ^o' printed . 

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252. Report of the Royal Commission on Penitentiaries, together with the evidence taken and 

exhibits filed before the said commission. Presented by Hon. Mr. Doherty, April 22. 
1914. (Report only) Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

253. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th March, 1914, for a return showing: — 

1. How many professors, lecturers and inspectors the Department of Agriculture 
has in the Province of Prince Edward Island? 

2. Their names, the salaries they receive, and the travelling expenses of eaeh. 

3. The duties of these professors, lecturers and inspectors? 

4. How m^ny meetings were held or demonstrations given by each of these pro- 
fessors, lecturers and inspectors during the months of March, April, May, June, July. 
August, September and October last year? 

5. Where each meeting was held or demonstration given, and how each was adver- 
tised? 

6. How many boxes, baskets and barrels of fruit were inspected last season, and 
the kinds of fruit so inspected? 

7. When and where the inspection took place and how many boxes, baskets and 
barrels were found to be improperly or falsely marked? 

8. Whether the Department received a resolution or petition from the Fruit 
Growers' Association of Prince ISdward Island. 

9. If so, what prayer or request the said resolution or petition contained, and what 
the Department has decided to do in regard to the matter? 

10. How many cheese and butter factories were operated in each of the counties 
of Prince Edward I.sland in the year 1910 and how many in the year 1913. Presented 
April 22, 1914. — Mr. Hughes (P. E.I.) ■ Not printed. 

254. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th February, for a return showing: — The freight 

rates charged during the years 1912 and 1913 on wheat from Fort William or Port 
Arthur to ports on the Georgian Bay and Canadian ports on Lake Huron and Lake Erie, 
by the Canadian Pacific Steamship Line, the Northern Navigation Company, the Mer- 
chant's Mutual Line, Inland Lines, and the Canadian Lake Line. Presented April 24, 
1914. — Mr. Aikins Not printed. 

255. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd Mai-ch, 1914, for a copy of all letters. 

papers, telegrams, recommendations and documents of every kind in connection with the 
purchase of a Rifle Range near Souris, Prince Edward Island. Presented April 27, 1914. 
—Mr. Hughes (P. E.I.) t-.^ Not printed. 

256. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all papers, 

advertisements, tenders, bids, contracts, telegrams, correspondence, accounts, receipts, 
vouchers, &c., in reference to the supply of meats, hay, oats, and all other supplies for 
the 1913 summer and autumn drill at Aldershot Camp, Nova Scotia. Presented April 
27^ 1914. — Mr. Maclean {Halifax) Not printed. 

256o- Return to an Order of the House of the 30th March, 1914, for a copy of all advertise- 
ments, tenders, contracts, documents, papers, &c., relative to the supply of ice for the 
AUlershot Military Camp, N.S., for the season of 1914. Presented May 29, 1914. — Mr. 
Maclean (Halifax) ^ot printed. 

257. Return to an Order of the House of the 1st April, 1914. for a Return showing: — 

1. The total amount paid for pensions by the Department of Militia and Defence 
for the vear ending March 31, 1913. 

2. The number of militia officers at present on the pay-roll of the permanent corps. 

3. How many private soldiers are at present on the pay-roll of the permanent force? 

4. How many private soldiers joined the force during 1913? 

5. How many deserted during 1913? 

6. The gross amount expended by the Department of Militia and Defence for the 
salaries of officers and officials of every kind in the employ of the Department at Ottawa 
or elsewhere during the fiscal year 1912-1913. 

7. The gross amount paid out for services to the private soldiers of the permanent 
corps during the said year 1912-1913. Presented April 27, 1914.— 3/r. Sinclair. 

Not pj'intcd. 

258 Return to an Order of the Hou.se of the 4th February, 1914, for a copy of all letters, tele- 
' grams, &c., exchanged between the Department of Militia and Messrs. A. Macdonald, E. 

Montp'etit and others, in connection w'th the organization of the 33rd Hussars, at Vaud- 
reuil and Soulanges. Presented April 27, 1914.— 3/r. Boyer Not printed. 

259 Return to an Order of the House of the 9th March, 1914, for a copy of all letters, tele- 

grams, reports, and other correspondence, in possession of the Department of Militia 
and Defence, relating to the purchase of land in Farnham, Quebec, for a military camp 
ground. Presented April 27. 1914.— Mr. Kap Not pri-nted. 

260 Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914,' for a copy of all correspond- 

ence between the Department of Agriculture or the Department of Customs and C. S. 
Campbell Esq. K.C., relating to the importation of pure-bred animals into Canada. 
Presented April 27, 1914.— Mr. Kay Not pririied. 

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261. Return to an Order of tlie House of the 2nd March, 1914, for a copy of all correspoiul- 

ence, letters, telegrams, and other documents relative to the immigration of Asiatics, 
including Hindus, Japanese and Chinese, which have a bearing either d rectly or 
indirectly upon the Order in Council passed by the Government during December, 1913, 
restricting immigiation into the Province of British Columbia. Presented April 27, 
1814. — Mr. Oliver Not printed. 

262. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 30th March, 

1914, for a copy in duplicate of all leases, agreements, correspondence. Orders in 
Council and other documents relating to the water-power or privileges connected with 
the Stevens Dam, so called, that had been constructed across the River Trent at the 
village of Campbellford, together with a copy in duplicate of a license in connection 
with said dam, granted to the Honourable James Cockburn and others under date Decem- 
ber 9, 1869, and of all correspondence with, and opinions of, the Minister of .Justice at 
the time of the granting of said license and since that date ; also a duplicate copy of all 
papers, correspondence. Orders in Council and other documents relating to or connect* :1 
with the cancellation, termination and revocation of such license on the 12th of August, 
1911, and of all correspondence, propositions, agreements or other documents had and 
made by, to or with the Trent Valley Woollen Manufacturing Company, Limited, and 
of all correspondence with the Department of Justice and opinions thereof relating 
thereto ; also a duplicate copy of all correspondence, reports. Orders in Council and other 
documents referred to or mentioned in an Order in Council of date August 25, 1913, set 
forth on page W 39S, in the third volume of the Auditor General's Report, 1913, and of 
all correspondence with the Auditor General and by and between the Auditor General 
and any department of Government relating thereto or connected therewith. Presented 
April 27, 1914. — Mr. Emmerson Not printed. 

263. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all papers, 

deeds, contracts, &c., in connection with the purchase by the Board of Harbour Com- 
missioners of Quebec, of a stone quarry at St. Nicholas, Que. Presented April 28, 1914. 
— Mr. Lemieux Not printed. 

264. Return to an Order of the House of the 6th April, 1914, for a copy of all petitions, corre- 

spondence, telegrams and other papers and documents received by the Department of 
Maiine and Fisheries since January 1, 1914, relating to the transportation of fish from 
the Maritime Provinces to the United States, and of all replies thereto. Presented 
April 29, 1914. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

265. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all papers, 

deeds and contracts in connection with the purchase by the Department of Agriculture 
of a quarantine station at L6vis, Que., on or about July 29, 1913. Presented April 29, 
1914. — Mr. Lemieux Not printed. 

268. Copy of Order in Cotincil No. P. C. 976, dated 18th April, 1914, " Revised Regulations 
governing the entry of Naval Cadets." Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, April 30, 1911. 

Not printed. 

266"- Copy of Order in Council dated 18th May, 1914, concerning the organization of a Naval 
Volunteer Force. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, May 23, 1914 Not printed. 

267. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th jMarch, 1914, for a copy of all papers, corre- 

spondence and telegrams concerning the deportation of Bhwagan Singh, a Sikh priest, 
in defiance of a writ of Habeas Corpus. Presented April 30, 1914. — Mr. Lemieux. 

Not printed. 

268. Statement of receipts and expenditures of the National Battlefields Commission to 31st 

March, 1914, as required by 7-8 Edward VII, chapter 57, section 12. Presented by 
Hon. Mr. White, May 4, 1914 Not printed. 

269. CQi>y of the trust deed, dated 30th June, 1903, between the Canadian Northern Railway 

Company and the British Empire Trust Company and. the National Trust Company, 
Limited. Presented by Hon. Mr. Borden, May 4, 1914 Not printed. 

269n- Copy of the trust deed, dated 6th May, 1910. between the Canadian Northern Ra Iway 
Company and the British Empire Trust Company and the National Trust Company, 
Limited. Presented by Hon. Mr. Borden, May 4, 1914 Not printed. 

269^. Copy of the trust deed, dated 19th November, 1913, between the Canadian Northern Rail- 
way Company, Mackenzie, Mann & Co., Limited, and the British Empire Trust Com- 
pany, and the National Trust Company, Limited. Presented by Hon. Mr. Borden, May 
4, 1914 Printed for distribution and sessio7ial papers. 

269c. Statement showing the floating liabilities of the railway companies embraced in the gen- 
eral title of the Canadian Northern RaUway System. Presented by Hon. Mr. Borden, 
May 4, 1914 Not printed. 

269d. Statement of securities pledged as collateral to temporary loans of the Canadian Northern 
System. Presented by Hon. Mr. Borden. JMay 4, 1914 Not printed. 

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269e. Statement showing the engineer's estimate of the cost of completing the Canadian Nor- 
tliern Railway System. Presented by Hon. Mr. Borden, May 4, 1914 Not printed. 

269/- Statement of capital stock authorized and issued, of the companies set out In the first 
schedule. Presented by Hon. Mr. Borden, May 6, 1914 Not printed. 

Z&Qff- Approximate estimate of betterments for six years of the lines of the Canadian Nortliern 
Railway System. Presented by Hon. Mr. Borden, May 6, 1914 Not printed. 

269/». Statements as on 31st December, 1913, bearing on the financing of the Canadian Mor- 
thern Railway System. Presented by Hon. Mr. Borden, May 6, 1914 Not fninted. 

269t. Papers and statements in respect to the Canadian Northern Railway System:-^ 

1. Correspondence, including oHicial application for aid. 

2. Detailed statements show ng particulars of capitalization, earnings, cost to •om- 
plete, &c. Presented by Hon. Mr. Borden, May 6, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessiorutl papers. 

269/- Copy of trust deed dated October 4, 1911. — The Canadian Northern Railway to the Guar- 
dian Trust Company, Limited, and the British Empire Trust Company, Limited, and 
His Majesty the King and the Canadian Northern Railway Company. Presented by 
Hon. Mr. Borden, May 7, 1914 Printed for distribution and sessional pupers. 

269fc. List of companies whose total issued stock is owned by the Canadian Northern Raihvay 
Company ; also, list of companies whose total issued stock is to be transferred to The 
Canadian Northern Railway Company ; and also, list of companies in which the •oti- 
troUing interest is to be transfeired to The Canadian Northern Railway Company. Pire- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Borden, May 7, 1914 Net printed. 

269'. Further statements bearing on the financing of the Canadian Northern Railway System. 
Presented by Hon. Mr. Borden, May 7, 1914. 

Printed for distribution and sessloiitiS pap^^Ks. 

269"). Correspondence and telegrams received from the premiers of the Provinces ©f Nova 
ficotia, British Columbia, Alberta, and the Acting Premier of Saskatchewan, in regai'd 
to the granting of aid to the Canadian Northern Railway System. Presented by Hon. 
Mr. Borden, May 7, 1914 Printed for distribu.tion and sessio<»nl papers. 

269". Copy of trust deed dated 28th December, 1903. — The Lake Superior Terminals Company-, 
Limited, and the National Trust Company, Limited, and the Canadian Northern Rail- 
way Company. Presented by Hon. Mr. Borden, May 11, 1914 Ket printe<l. 

270. Return to an Order of the House of the 20th April, 1914, for a copy of all letters, tele- 

grams and other documents relating to the refusal of the Railway Department, or any 
official of the Intercolonial Railway to permit employees of the railway at Monoton to 
attend the militia camp in the last year. Presented May 6, 1914.— il/r. Macdonald. 

Mfot printed. 

271. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd March, 1914, for a copy of all coi-respondence 

received by the (Government since October 1, 1911, to date, from John M. Cormick, of 
Sydney Mine.s. N.S., in reference to the following matters in the Riding of Morth Cape 
Breton ajul \'ictoria : — Railway extension into the Riding of North Cape Breton and 
"Victoria ; the opening of the harbour at Dingwall, Aspey Bay, C.B. ; the breakwater at 
Meat Cove in the said Riding ; the boat harbour at Bay St. Lawrence ; the breakwater 
at White Point; the breakwater at Neil's Harbour; the breakwater at McLeod's, 
Ingonish ; in respect to Ingonish Harbour; the breakwater at Breton Cove; the 
breakwater at Little Bras d'Or ; the breakwater at Cape Dauphin ; the breakwater 
at Point Aconi ; the proposed wharf at North Sydney the proi)Osed extei»sion of the 
breakwater at North Sydney ; the bringing of the Intercolonial Railway to the baHast 
ground at North Sydney ; the wharf at Sydney Mines ; the wharf at Leitches Creek ; the 
repairs to the wharf at Groves Point ; the rebuilding of the wharf at Boisdale ; the 
breakwater at Jamesville ; the wharf at Castle Bay, and the proposed wharf at 
Shenacadie. Presented May 7, 1914. — Mr. MoKcnzic Not printed. 

272. Copy of all letters, documents and correspondence relating to action by the Government 

in regard to the relief of the shareholders and depositors of the Farmers Bank, and of 
the Order in Council appointing Sir William Meredith as Commi.ssioner, and all corre- 
spondence in relation thereto. And also. Statement of Affa'rs, &c., relating to the 
Farmers Bank of Canada. Presented by Hon. Mr. White, May 8, 1914. . . .Not printed. 

273. Return to an Order of the House of the 6th April, 1914, for a copy of all letters, telegrams 

and correspondence received by the Postmaster General in connection with complaints 
made that the postmaster at Yarmouth North, N.S., had been or is selling stam))s out- 
side his jurisdiction. Presented May 8, 1914. — Mr. Law Not printed. 

274. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a return lowing the 

number of criminals released on parole from the vaiious penitent aries of the Dominion 
for the year ending March 31, 1913; the offence for which each prisoner so released was 
convicted, and showing at the same lime whether such offence was a first, second, or 
i-ub.sequent offence. Presented May 8, 1914. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

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275. Hcturn to an Order of the House of the 9th March, 1914. for a return showing: — 

1. How many acres of public land have been given to railway companies In the 
Dominion of Canada by the Federal Government from 1878, to the present time? 

2. How many acres were granted in each year during the above period of time 
Presented May 11, 1914. — Mr. ToMn .Vof printed. 

276. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a return .showing the 

receipts and expenses of the post office at St. Philippe. East, and of the post office at 
St. Philippe, West, in the parish of St. Philippe de Neri, since the first of June, 1912, 
to date. Presented May 11, 1914. — Mr. Lapointe ( Eamouraska) Not printed. 

ml, Beport of the Dominion Wreck Commissioner in the matter of a formal investigation into 
the causes which led to the British steamer Saturnia touching the ground in the Lower 
Traverse, River St. Lawrence, on Tuesday, April 28, 1914. Presented by Hon. Mr. 
Hazen, May 12, 1914 Printed for sessional papers only 

278. Report of the Dominion Wreck Commissioner in the matter of a formal investiagtion into 
the causes which led to the stranding of the British steamship Montfort, on Beauport 
Bank, River iSt. Lawrence, on Tuesday, April 28, 1914. I'resented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, 
May 12, 1914 Printed for sessional papers only. 

"279. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 2nd February, 
1914, for a copy of the Order in Council appointing Arthur Plaunte, Esq., a Commis- 
sioner to receive claims against the Atlantic and Lake Superior Railway, the Baie des 
Chaleurs Railway and the Quebec Oriental Railway, and of the report of said Co:n- 
m'ssioner and of the statement of claims accepted and those rejected by him, with the 
reasons therefor, as well as of all correspondence, memorials, petitions and documents, 
generally bearing on said subject. Presented May 12, 1914. — Mr. Marcil (Bonaven- 
ture) Not printed. 

279«. Supplementary Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of 
the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of the Order in Council appointing Arthur Plaunte. 
Esq., a Commissioner to receive claims against the Atlantic and Lake Superior Railway, 
the Baie des Chaleurs Railway and the Quebec Oriental Railway and of the report of 
said Commissioner and of the statement of claims accepted and those rejected by him, 
with the reasons therefor, as well as of all correspondence, memorials, petitions and 
documents, generally bearing on said subject. Presented May 22, 1914. — Mr. Marcil 
(Bonaventure) Not printed. 

280 Return to an Order of the House of the 6th Apri.l 1914, for a copy of all correspondence, 
accounts, indemnities, travelling expenses, &c., from Fraserville to Quebec, and of all 
ether documents relating to the amount of money received each year by His Honour 
Mr. Justice Ernest Cimon, from 1S90 to 1913, as Judge of the Superior Court sitting at 
Quebec, during the time he was connected with the District of Kamouraska. Presented 
May 16, 1914. — Mr. Gauvreau * Not printed. 

281. Report of the delegates appointed by the Government of Canada to attend the "Interna- 

tional Purity Congress," held in the city of Minneapolis, Minn., November 7-12, 1913. 
Presented by Hon. Mr. Borden, May 16, 1914 Not printed. 

282. Agreement between the Government and steamship companies for mail carriage between 

Canadian and European ports. — (Senate) Not printed. 

263. Return to an Order of the House of the 15th April, 1914, for a return showing: — 

1. How many passengers have been carried over the Intercolonial Railway from 
St. John to Halifax, and from Halifax to St. John, respectively, under the agreement 
made on the 30th September, 1913, between the Canadian Government Railways by F. 
P. Gutelius, General Manager and the Canadian Pacific Railway Comapny, by O. M. 
Bosworth, General Traffic Manager, from the 15th November, 1913, when the said agree- 
ment went into effect, to the 31st March last? 

2. How many tons of freight of each of the classes mentioned in said agreement 
have been carried each way over the Intercolonial Railway between St. John and Hali- 
fax, imder said agreement during said period? 

3. What have been the total earnings by the Intercolonial Railway under said 
agreement up to the 31st March last, for passengers and freight carried, respectively? 

4. What amount has been paid to or earned by the Canadian Pacific Railway for 
ear hire under sa'd agreement? 

5. What number of empty cars of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company have 
been hauled by the Intercolonial Railway free under said agreement, and what has been 
the cost of such haulage? 

6. What would have been the total amount paid by the Canadian Pacific Railway 
Company to the Intercolonial Railway, under the tariff prevailing at the time of the 
making of said agreement, for the passengers and the freight so carried, respectively? 

7. Whetlier the said agreement has been submitted, as promised by the Govern- 
ment, to the Board of Railway Commissioners by the Minister of Railways for the pur- 
pose of having the Board detei-mine as to whether or not said agreement is discrimina- 
tory against the port of St. John. If not. why was it not so submitted? 

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5. If it is the intention of the Minister of Railways to renew the said agreement, 
or to put in force a similar agreement, during the next Winter Port season. 

9. What agreement the Government intends to make as to the Atlantic termini of 
the fast Atlantic mail steamers for the winter orf 1914-1915. Presented May 22, 1914. — 
Mr. Pntjsley Not prxntrfl. 

284. Return to an Order of the Senate dated 15th May, 1914: — 

lT How many judges have been retired since 18S0? 
2. What are their names? 

'■'•. What .salary did they receive in each case? 
4. IIow many years did they serve in each case? 
.'). What was the reason given for their retirement? 

6. How much did they receive for retirement allowance each year in each case? 
Ordered, that the same do lie on the table, and it is as follows.— (Sejtate). 

Not printed. 

285. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 9th March, 

1914, for a copy of all petitions, letters, telegrams and documents by any and all parties 
to and by the Department of Railways and Canals, or any other Department of the 
Government, with reference to the Southampton Railway Company, also of all reports 
of engineers .ind recommendations regarding a subsidy to the said railway, and of all 
Orders in Council granting same, and of all other documents and memoranda in the 
possession of the Department of Railways and Canals or other Departments of the 
Government regarding the said railway. Presented May 27, 1914. — Mr. Carvell. 

Not printed. 

286. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd February, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence, papers, documents, contracts, &c., between the Government of Canada and any 
company, fiim or individuals from May 1, 1913, to December 1, 1913, referring to the 
fstabrshment of a subsidized steamship service between Canada and the British West 
Indies. presented M-ay 27, 1914. — Mr. Maclean (.Halifax) Not printed. 

287. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th May, 1914, for a copy of all papers, letters, 

telegrams, accounts and receipts concerning advances made to the Montagnais Band of 
Indians thi-ough the agency of Seven Islands, Quebec. Presented May 29, 1914. — Mr. 
Lemicvx Not printed. 

288. Return to an Order of the House of the 11th May,^914, for a copy of all papers, letters, 

telegrams, accounts and receipts, concerning advances or payments made by the Govern- 
ment to Newton Wesley Rowell, K.C., for legal services in connection with the Oko 
Indian litigation. Presented May 29, 1914. — Mr. Sharpe (Ontario) Not printed. 

288''- Return to an Order of the House of the 6th May, 1914, for a return snowing: — 

1. Whether the Government paid Newton Wesley Rowell, K.C., any sums of money 
for lesal services during the past fifteen years? 

2. If so, the amounts and when? 

3. Whether the Government paid the firm of which Mr. Rowell is the senior partner 
any sums of money for legal services? 

4. If so, the amounts and in what years? Presented May 29, 1914. — Mr. Sharpie 
( Ontario ) Not p rinted. 

289. Ileturn to an Order of the House of the 20th April, 1914, for a return showing: — 

1. The date of the incorporation of the Canadian National Bureau of Breeding, 
Limited, with the names, addresses and occupations of the charter members of said 
Company. 

2. The amount of capital of the Company and the number of shares into which it 
is divided. 

3. The number of shares taken from the commencement of the Company up to the 
date of the return. 

4. The amount of calls made on each share, the total amount of calls received, the 
total amount of calls unpaid, and the total number of shares forfeited. 

5. The names, addresses and occupations of the persons who have ceased to be 
members within the twelve months next preceding, and the number of shares held by 
each of them. 

r.. The amount of money paid to said Company by the Government in each year 
since incorporation. Presented May 29, 1914. — Mr. Sutherland Not printed. 

290. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914. for a copy of all reports made 

by the inspectors of agents for placing farm labourers and domestic servants in Canada 
during the calendar years 1912 and 1913. Presented May 29, 1914. — Mr. Snlhcrland. 

Not printed. 

-291. Return to an Order of the House of the 2nd March, 1914, for a return showing .all the 
buildings, houses, odices and immoveables, occupied by the Federal Government in 
Montreal, for the use of the various Departments and services of each branch of the 
administration, together with the following information in each case; for what Depart- 
ment and for what service; where situated, street and number thereof; whether Govern- 
ment property or under lease ; in the latter case, the length of lease, the rent per annum 
and also the other charges that may be impnspfl uron the Government. Presented .Tune 
4 ;i9i4._,i/,-. Wilson (Laval) Not printed.. 

86 



4-5 George V. Alphabetical Index to Sessioiuil Papers. A. 1914 



CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2S— Continued. 

292. Return to an Order of the House of the Itli May, 1914, for a copy ot all correspondence 

exchanged by and with the Departnieiit of Public Wo:-ks or the I'ost Office Department, 
relating to an application or applications for a post office building at the town of Mel- 
ville. Province of Saskatchewan. Presented June 4, 1914. — Mr. MacNutt. 

Not printed. 

293. Memorandum, coi-respondence, estimates of cost, &c., in connection with the construction 

of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway — Mountain Section. Presented by Hon. !Mr. 
Borden, June 4, 1914 Not printed. 

294. Tleturn to an Order of the House of the 4th February, 1914, for a return showing the 

names and addresses of the people with whom pure bred animals have been placed by 
the Department of Agr-cuUure, the breed in each case, and the conditions on which 
these animal.s were placed. Presented June 5, 1914. — Mr. Kay Not printed. 

295. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th March, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence, telegram.s, instructions, accounts, vouchers and other papers and documents relat- 
ing to the purchase of live stock in the Maritime Provinces by one Howard Corning of 
Yarmouth, N.S., during the period of his employment ; also a copy of the appointment 
of the said Howard Corning and of all correspondence, compla'nts and other documents 
relating to the dismissal of the said Howard Corning, if he has been dismissed or retired 
from the service, together with a copy of all recommendations, correspondence and other 
papers relating to the appointment of the said Howard Coming's successor. Presented 
June 5, 1914. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

■296. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th March, 1914, for a return showing: — 

1. How many pure bred stallions and bulls have been purchased by the Depart- 
ment of Agriculture for the use of settlers in the Provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan 
and Alberta since the first of January, 1912, to date.? 

2. Wl>ere these animals were purchased, and from whom ; and also the price paid 
for them respectively. Presented June 5, 1914. — Mr. Douglas Not printed. 

■297. Return to an Order of the House of the 9th February, 1914, for a copy of all correspond- 
ence, including letters, telegrams and accounts, regarding the purchase and disposal 
during year 1913, of all horses, cattle, sheep and ewine for the Department of Agricul- 
ture, Province of Quebec for Experimental Farms, or for the improvement of stock, 
together with a return showing the commission and fees paid, and to whom paid, for 
and on account of said purchases. Presented June 8, 1914- — Mr. Robb.. . .Not printed. 

'298. Return to an Address to His Roj-al Highness the Governor General of the 9th February, 
1914, for a copy of all arrangements made between the Government and the various 
Provinces under the Agricultural Instruction Act. Presented June 10,1914.- — Sir Wilfrid 
Lauricr .... ' Not printed. 

299. Partial Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 4th 

March, 1914, for a copy of all correspondence, telegrams, petitions. Orders in Council, 
and other papers and documents, relating to subventions or assistance given, or to be 
given, by the Department of Marine and Fisheries or the Department of Agriculture to 
firms or joint stock companies, or persons operating cold storage plants for the preser- 
vation of fish products in Nova Scotia during the years 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912 
and 1913, excluding sucli correspondence, &c., as relates to companies known as Fisher- 
men's Bait Association. Presented June 10, 1914. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

300. Copy of Order in Council No. P.C. 13S6, of the 29th May, 1914, concerning the regulations 

governing the Radiotelegraph administration. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, June 11. 
1914 Not printed. 

300«- Copy of regulations governing Radiotelegraphy promulgated under section 11, Radiotele- 
graph Act, 1913. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, June 11, 1914 Not printed. 

301. Jteturn to an Order of the House of the 27th April, 1914, for a copy of all letters, tenders, 

telegrams, plans, specifications and other documents in regard to the construction of the 
new ice breaker by the Canadian Vickers Company of Montreal. Presented June 11, 
1914. — Mr. Macdo^iald Not printed. 

302. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 16th March, 

1914, for a copy of all petitions, letters, affidavits, telegrams and documents to and by 
the Department of Justice, or any oaher Department of Government, on behalf of or in 
refeience to Wm. J. Kelley, a prisoner in the United States federal prison at Atlanta, 
Ga., and of all the letters, telegrams and other ijiemoranda between the Department of 
Justice, or any other Department of the Government, and the British Ambassador at 
Washington, or the Government of the United States, regarding the imprisonment and 
proposed liberation of the said Wm. J. Kelley. Presented June 12, 1914. — Mr. Carvell. 

Not printed. 



87 



4 GEORGE V. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 *■ '" + 

LIST OF SHAREHOLDERS 



IN THE 



CHARTERED BANKS 



OF THE 



DOMINION OF CANADA 



AS OJ!C 



December 31, 1913 



IN CONFORMITY WITH SECTION 114 OF THE BANK ACT. CHAP'IT:R 9 

OF THE STATUTES OF 1913. 




OTTAWA 
PRINTED BY J. ok L. TACHE, PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST 
^^ EXCELLENCE MAJESTY 

1914 



[No. 6—1914.1 



-4 GEORGE V. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 A, 1914 



To His Royal Highness The Duke of Connaught and of Strathearn, K.G., K.T., 
K.P., G.C.B., G.CS.L, G.C.M.G., G.C.I.E., G.C.V.O., Governor General of 
Canada, &c., &c., &c. 



Mat it Please Your Royal Highness: 

The undersigned has the honour to present to your Royal Highness lists 
of the shareholders in the several Chartered Banks of Canada, as on December 
31", 1913. 



All of which is respectfully submitted. 



W. T. WHITE, 

Minister of Finance. 



Finance Department, 

Ottawa, June 30, 1914. 



4 GEORGE V. 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 



A. 1914 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Name of Bank. 




Bank of Montreal 

Quebec Bank 

Bank of Nova Scotia 

Bank of British North America 

Bank of Toronto 

Molsons Bank 

Banque Nationale 

Merchants Bank of Canada 

Banque Provinciale du Canada 

Union Bank of Canada 

Canadian Bank of Commerce 

Royal Bank of Canada 

Dominion Bank 

Bank of Hamilton 

Standard Bank of Canada 

Banque d'HoChelaga 

Bank of Ottawa 

Imp)erial Bank of Canada 

Metropolitan Bank 

Home Bank of Canada 

Northern Crown Bank 

Sterling Bank of Canada 

Bank of Vancouver 

Weyburn Security Bank 

Montreal City and District Savings Bank 

Caisse d'Economie de Notre-Dame de Quebec 



Montreal 

Quebec 

Halifax 

Montreal 

Toronto 

Montreal 

Quebec 

Montreal 

it 

Winnipeg 

Toronto 

Montreal 

Toronto 

Hamilton 

Toronto 

Montreal 

Ottawa 

Toronto 

Winnipeg 

Toronto 

Vancouver 

Weyburn, Sask 

Montreal 

Quebec 



1 

47 
63 
109 
154 
168 
188 
203 
235 
245 
278 
361 
423 
449 
465 
479 
492 
504 
528 
533 
558 
576 
601 
611 
612 
614 



4 GEORGE V. 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 



A. 1914 



Summary of number of sbaree. capital paid up and capital subscribed in the Chartered Banks of Canada as on the 31st day 

of December, 1013. 



Name of Bank. 



Nom de la Banque. 



Bank of Montreal 

Quebec Bank 

Bank of Nova Scotia 

Bank of British North America. 

Bank of Toronto 

Molsons Bank 

Banque Nationale 

Merchants Bank of Canada 

Banque Provinciale du Canada... 

Union Bank of Canada 

Canadian Bank of Commerce 

Royal Bank of Canada 

Dominion Bank 

Bank of Hamilton 

Standard Bank of Canada 

Banque d'Hochelaga 

Bank of Ottawa 

Imperial Bank of Canada 

Metropolitan Bank ., 

Home Bank of Canada 

Northern Crown Bank 

Sterling Bank of Canada 

Bank of Vancouver 

Weyburn Security Bank 



Number 
of shares. 



Nombre 
d 'actions. 



160,000 
27,326 
60,000 
20,000 
50,000 
40,000 
20,000 
69,046 
10.000 
50,000 
300.000 
115,600 
60,000 
30.000 
57,912 
40.000 
40,000 
70,000 
10,000 
20,000 
28,624 
12,417 
11,747 
6,322 



Total. 



1,308,994 



Capital Stock. 



Capital 
Paid up. 



Capita! 
vers6. 



16,000,000 
2,731.240 
6.000.000 
4,866.666 
5.000,000 
4,000,000 
2,000,000 
6,904,600 
1,000,000 
5,000.000 
15,000.000 
11.560.000 
5,811,344 
3.000.000 
2,843,660 
4,000,000 
4.000.000 
6.977,750 
1,000,000 
1,942,805 
2,818,802 
1,161,656 
874,669 
316.100 



Capital 
Subscribed. 



Capital. 

souscrit. 



114,809,292 



16.000.000 
2,732.600 
6.000,000 
4,866,666 
5,000 000 
4,000.000 
2,000.000 
6.904.600 
1,000.000 
5.000.000 
15.000,000 
11,560,000 
6.000,000 
3,000.003 
2,895.600 
4,000.000 
4,000.003 
7,000,000 
1.000,000 
2,000,003 
2,862.400 
1,241.700 
1.174.700 
632,200 



115,870.466 



4 GEORGE V. 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 



A. 1914 



BANK OF MONTREAL. 



BANQUE DE MONTRP.AL. 
List of shareholders, as at close of business on the evening of December 31, 1913. 

Value of share, ?100— Valeur de chaque action, $100. 



Name. 
Xom. 



No. 1. 
No. 2. 



Abbott, Hon. Sir. John J. 

Abbott, Mrs. William 

Acadia Fire Insurance Co. 

Acheson, Matilda 

Ackhurst, Isabel R 

Acton, Jane 

Adams, Annie Stanley 

Adams, Gideon 

Adams, Joel 

Adams, .Mary Stuart 

Adams, Thomas D 

Addison, Jessie 

Addison, Jessie 

Agnew, William 

Agnew, William, in trust, 
Agnew, William, in trust, 

Ahem, Amelia V 

Ahem, ."Arthur 

Ainley , Margaret 

Aird, James, in trust 

Aitkin, Mary 

Alexander, F. Jessie 

Alexander, James 

Alford, Wiihelmina E 

'Alison, Agnes 

Allan, Archibald A 

Allan, Bryce James 

Allan, Charlotte E 

Allan, Sir Hugh Montagu, C.V.O. 
Allan, Sir H. Montagu and wife... 

Allan, Travers 

Allan, John 

Allan. John 

Allan, Margaret A 

Allan, Margaret W 

Allan, Wilfred Norman 

Allen, Thomas C 

Alleyn, Jolin Alexander 

Alleyn, Louise J. B 

AUoway, William Forbes 

Almon, Frances A. M 

Almon, Mather B 

Alport, .\Iice W 

Alston, .\nna M 

Alston, John W 

Alves, Hazel O. ..."... . 

Alward, S. Edith '..'..... 

Amaron, Margaret L 

Ames, Mary C 

Amy, Emily 

Anchor Company, The 

Anderson, Ann E 

Anderson, Caroline 

Anderson, Charlotte D 

Anderson, Clementina 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Estate of late. 



Montreal, P. Q. 



Number 
of shares. 



Amount 
Paid. 



Nombre Montant 
d'actions. pay^. 



Widow 

Married 

Heirs at law of 'Montreal, P.Q. 

Widow South Devon, Eng 



Halifax, N.S... 
Montreal, P.Q. 
Halifax, N.S. 



Farmer. 



Married 

Retired merchant.. 

Widow 

.Surviving trustee... 
Retired merchant.. 



Wales, Ont. 
Lunenburg, Ont. 
Montreal, P.Q.. 
Bathurst, N.B.. 
London, Eng 



Victoria, B.C. 



P.Q 



.Married QuebeC: 

•Steamship agent... . I " 

.Married HoUj-wood, Cal., 

■Secretary JMontreal, P.Q. . . . 

Estate of late " . . . . 

.Married IToronto, Ont 

Exporter I Montreal, P.Q. . . . 

Widow I 

.Married i Dorchester, Mass 

Gentleman ! Montreal, P.Q. . . . 

Boston, Mass 

Married 

Capitalist 

Trustees of 

Gentleman 

Contractor... . 
Estate of late 
Spinster 



U.S.A.. 



Merchant 

Estate of late . . 

Gentlem.en 

"Spinster 

Banker Winnipeg, Man 



Montreal, P.Q. 



Harbour Grace, Nfld. 

Yarmouth, N.S 

Halifax, N.S 

Quebec, P.Q 



Married . 
Estate of late. 

Spinster 

\\ idow 

.Manager 

Married 



Halifax, N.S. 
Milwaukee, Wis.. 
West mount, P.Q. 
London, Eng 



Eng. 



Anderson, C. Willoughby Retired merchant 

Anclerson, David H jManufacturer 



Anderson, Helen J Spinster 



Tunbridge Wells, 

St. John , X.B... 

" Quebec, P.Q , 

Spinster Montreal, P.Q 

Widow Jersev, Chan. Isles 

Pawtucket, R.I., U.S.A... 

Estate late Westmount, P.Q 

Executrix, widow . . . Halifax, N.S 

Spinster Westmount, P.Q 

Widow Chaudifere Basin, P.Q 

Halifax, N.S 

Heswall, Cheshire, Eng.. . 



Anderson, Jane. 
Anderson, Captain John W. 

Anderson, Lillian E 

Anderson, Peter. 



Bridgeburg, Ont . 



Anderson, Rev. William Estate of late. 

Carried forward 

6—1 



Estate of late Westmount, P.Q. . : . . 

.Master mariner Yarmouth, N..S 

Widow Guelph, Ont 

Druggist Denver, CoL, U.S.A. . 



.Ottawa, Ont. 



99 
71 
30 
39 

1 

2 
10 
17 
33 
25 
55 

4 

102 

240 

57 

7 
28 

3 

8 

1 
61 
41 
45 

1 
18 
11 
26 
20 
55 
100 
22 
11 

40 I 
35 
10 

2 
25 

it : 

100 

11 

8 

3 
15 

2 

14 
27 

2 

122 

11 

200 

100 

10 

26 

17 

1 
34 
22 
28 
16 

1 
10 
20 



2,178 



9,900 
7,100 
3,000 
3,900 

m) 

200 
1,000 
1,700 
3,300 
2,500 
5,500 

400 

10, 200 

24,000 

5,700 

700 
2,800 

300 

800 

100 
6,100 
4,100 
4.500 

100 
1,800 
1,100 
2,600 
2,000 
5,500 
10,000 
2,200 
1,100 
4,000 
3,. 500 
l.OiiO 

200 
2.500 

800 

1,500 

10,000 

1.100 

800 

300 
1.500 

200 
1,400 
2,700 

200 

12,200 

1,100 

20,000 

10,000 

1,000 

2.600 

1,700 

100 
3,400 
2,200 
2,800 
1,600 

100 
1.000 
2,000 



217,800 



DEPARTMEyr OF F/.YAACB 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 



Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Brought forward 

Anderson, William A 

Andras, Jean C. C 

Andrews Home, The 

Angus, D. James 

Angus, D. Forbes 

Angus, Richard B 

Angus, William F 

Apps, Charles O.. 

Archbald Frederick F 

Archbold, Rev. Francis H. W 

Archbold, Rev. Francis H. W 

Archer, Robert 

Archibald, Charles B 

Arena, Mauricio de la 

Armour, Beatrice 

Armour, Margaret 

Armour, Mary 

Armstrong, Flora M 

Armstrong, George 

Armstrong, George E., M.D 

Armstrong, Rev. John 

Armstrong, John S 

Arnold, Benjamin W 

Arnton, John J 

Atkin, Eva D 

Atkin, Grace E. M 

Atkinson, Rev. Charles S 

Rutter, Algernon , 

Harding, Col. John S. G 

Atkinson, Clara 

Atkinson, Florence 

Atkinson, Selina J 

Auld, Christina M 

Auld, John 

Auld, John, in trust 

Ewing, Samual H., in trust 

Auld, John, in trust 

Ewing, Samuel H., in trust 

Auld, John in trust 

Ewing, Samuel H., in trust 

Austin, Nina C. L 

Aylmer, The Hon. Isabella, in trust. 
Avlmer, Arthur L., M.D., " 
Biackwell. M. L. Ethel, " . 

Aylmer, H. N. Paget, " . 

Avlwin, Thomas C 

Babbitt, D. Lee 

Babbitt, George N 

Badglev, Dorthea C 

Badgley, Col. James M.T., R.E 

Bagnani, Florence R 

Baiiey, Wilfred 

Baillie, George G 

Bain, Elizabeth M 

Bain, Mary 

Baird, Hugh 

Baker, Clara M 

Baker, Harriet E 

Baker, M. H. Crow 

Baker, William A 

Balcer, Eugene, usufructuary 

Balcer, Eugene 

Thibaudeau, Marie L., in trust 

Balcer, Henry E 

Balcer, Henry E., usuf 

Baldwin, Rt. Rev. Maurice S 

Baldwin, S. Jessie 

Balfe, Col. Edmond 

Balfour, Katharine I. L 

Ball, Emma L 



Ballard, Georgina E 

Bancroft, Sir Squire Bancroft. 

Bankes, Helen 

Banks, Mary F 

Bannerman, Frances 

Bannerman, Janet 

Baptist Church, The 



Description. 



Estate late. 
Widow 



Advocate. 
Capitalist. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Bridgeburg, Ont. 
Montreal, P.Q... 



Paris, Ont 



Estate late 

Stock Broker ^Montreal, P.Q 

Trustee Dublin, Ireland 

Clergjman 

Investor 

Estate late 

Capitalist 

Spinster 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Married 

Farmer 

Physician 

Clergyman 

Civil engineer. 

Capitalist 

Estate late — 

Married 

Spinster 

Deceased 



Montreal, P. Q 

Truro, N. S 

Mexico City, D.F. 
Perth, Ont 



Retired Colonel. 
Spinster 



Widow 

Married ^j. . 

Cork manufacturei^ 



Montreal, P.Q 

Fredericton, N.B 

Montreal, P.Q 

Westmount, P.Q. 

Fredericton. N.B 

Albany, N.Y., U.S.A... 

Montreal, P.Q 

Birkenhead, Eng -. . . 

Toronto, Ont 

Yorkshire, Eng 

London, Eng 

Instow, Devon, Eng 

Montreal, P.Q 



Etchemin, P. Q. 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q. . 



Importer 

Cork manufacturer.. 

Importer 

Cork manufacturer.. 

Importer 

Married 

Widow 

Physician 

Married 

Advocate 

Capitalist 

Bank clerk 

Deputy Rec. Gen.. . 

Spinster 

Estate late 

Married 

Gentleman 

Ship surveyor 

Spinster 



2,178 

24 

20 

266 

111 

118 

1,000 

83 

2 

40 

18 

31 

80 

4 

10 

27 

27 

27 

2 

«2 

10 

2 

1 

5 

170 

17 

4 

'50 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay§. 



London, England.. . . 
Bournemouth. Eng. 
Minneapolis, Minn... 
Bournemouth, Eng. 

Montreal, P.Q 

Quebec, P.Q 

Fredericton, N.B. . 



Eng.. 



Merchant 

Spinster 

Heirs at law of — 

Married 

Manufacturers agent 
Manufacturer 



Warlington, Surrey 
Exmouth, England 

London, England 

Brighton, England 

Stromness. Orkney lids 

Winnipeg, Man 

Toronto, Ont 

St. John's, Nfld 

London, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 

Victoria, B.C 

"Westmount, P.Q 

Three Rivers, P.Q 



Widow 

Gentleman. 



Estate late. 

Widow 

Colonel 

Married . . . . 



Carried forward . 



Retired 

Widow 

Spinster 

Trustees of. 

Spinster 

Trustees of. 



Montreal, P.Q. 



Dublin, Ireland 

North Bay, Ont 

Santa Ana, Orange 

Cal., U.S.A 

Toronto, Ont 

London, England 

Isle of Skye, Scotland 

Montreal, P.Q 

Halifax, N.S 

Kildonan, Man 

Guysboro, N.S 



Co. 



12 

25 

2 

15 

8 

36 
20 
250 
8 
6 
6 
2 

2 

6 

20 

8 
58 

58 

86 
58 
11 
3 
17 
14 

26 
6 

22 
1 

16 
8 
4 
4 



217,800 

2,400 

2.000 

26,600 

11,100 

11,800 

100,000 

8.300 

200 

4,000 

1,800 

3,100 

8,000 

400 

1,000 

2,700 

2,700 

2,700 

200 

200 

1,000 

200 

100 

500 

17,000 

1,700 

400 

5,000 



55 
60 

111 
11 

150 


5,500 
6,000 

11,100 
1,100 

15,000 


22 


2,200 


22 


2,200 


22 


2,200 


4 


400 



1,200 

2.500 
200 

1,500 
800 

3.600 

2,000 
25.000 
800 
600 
600 
200 
200 
600 

2,000 
800 

5,800 

5,800 

8,600 
5,800 
1,100 
300 
1,700 
1,400 

2,600 
600 

2,200 
100 

1,600 
800 
400 
400 



5,604 



560,400 



S^HAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BAyKS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Brought forward 

Baptist, Flora McD 

Barheau, Henry 

Barber, Frances H. A 

Barber, Harriet M. McP 

Barbour, Elizabetli A 

Barclay, John 

Baril, Luce C 

Barnes, Henry W 

Barnes, Isabella M. A 

Barnett, Tom 

Barnston, Frances S 

Barrett, Amelia 

Barrett, Mary A. E 

Barrett, William H., 'M.B.' & 'CM. 

Barrie, Winnifred J 

Barss, Ida P 

Barss, Margaret C 

Bary, Andre F 



Description. 



Married . . . . 

Estate lat€., 

Widow 

Married. . . . 



Merchant 

Married 

Retired pubhsher. 

Married 

Gentleman 

Spinster 



Bascon, Anne M 

Bate, Henry J 

Battye, Jessie M 

Baumgarten, Alfred. . 

Baylis, Hilda E 

Baylis, James 

Baylis, Samuel ^L . . . 

Beadnell, May 

Beattie, Jeannie E. A. 
Beattie, John 



Beau, Arthur., 



Beaudry Mary J 

Beaudry, Victor. . . . 
Becher, Francis G.. 
Becket, Grace C. . . 
Beckett, Naomi A. 
Beckett, Naomi A. 
Beckwith, Jean D.. 
Beechey, Augusta. . 
Beek, Kate A. H... 
Beilby, Frances J... 
Belcher, Ethel .S... 
Belcher, Ethel S... 

Belcher, M. A 

Bell, Alfred J 



Bell, Ann. 



Bell, Edith M 

Bell, James S 

Bell, John A 

Bell, Madeleine E 

Bell, Mary G 

Belleau, Emma C, tutrix . . 
Belleau, M. A. Marguerite... 
Belleau, Marie Z.K., tutrix. . 

Bellingham, Sydney R 

Benallack, Mary A..'. 

Benedict, Agnes McM 

Benjamin, Frank D 

Bcnner, Elizabeth E 

Bennett, Agnes 

Bennett, Helen W 

Bennett, William S., in trust. 

Benning, James 

Benny, Chester R 

Benny, Christiana 

Benny, James 

Benny, James J., M.D 

Benny, Julia E 

Benny, Lorae L 

Benny, Margaret N 

Benny , Robert H , 

Benny, Sophia 

Benny, Walter N 

Benny Walter W 

Benny, William 



Carried forw^avd . 

6— U 



Widow 

Physician & surgeon 

Married 

Estate late 

Spinster 

Capitaine comman 

dant 

Married 

Druggist 

Widow 

Capitalist 

Married 

Estate late 

Gentleman 

Married 



mer- 



Com mission 

chant 

Retired restaurant 

proprietor 
Married . . . 
Estate late.. 
Gentleman.. 
Married . . . 

Widow 

Trustees of.. 
Married . . . 
Spinster 



Widow 

Spinster 

Trustee 

Estate late 

Trustee, Gen. 

Agent 

Spinster 



Ins 



Widow 

Estate late. 



Spinster 

Married. . . . 

Widow 

Spinster 

Widow 

Estate late.. 
Married . . . . 



Merchant 

Married 

Widow 

Married 

Gentleman 

Estate late 

Farmer 

Spinster 

Farmer 

Physician 

Spinster 

Dentist 

Spinster 

Barrister 

Spinster 

Estate late 

Civi lengineer. 
Farmer 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Three Rivers, P.Q. 
Montreal, P.Q 



St. John, X.B 

Glasgow, Scotland 

Spencer, Mass., U.S.A. 

Halifax, N.S 

Portland, Ore., U.S.A., 

London , England 

Montreal, P.Q 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 

Southport, England. . . . 

Toronto, Ont 

Hahfax, N.S 

Wolfville, N.S 



Paris, France 

Toronto, Ont 

Chicago, 111., U.S.A. 

Wallace, N.S 

Montreal, P.Q 



Ottawa, Ont 

East Orange, N.J., U.S.A 

London, England 

Toronto, Ont 

Spokane, Wash., U.S.A... 

Brighton, England 

St. John, N. B 

Banchory, Scotland 

Halifax, N.S 



Chaudiere Station, 

P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 



Levis 



Halifax, N.S..., 
Hamilton, Ont. 
Montreal, P.Q. , 
Quebec, P.Q... 



Westmount, P.Q. . 

Montreal, P.Q 

London, England.., 

Brantford, Ont 

Montreal.P.Q 

Westmount , P.Q . . . 
Worthing, England. 

Montreal, P.Q 

St. Melanie, P.Q.,. 



De Ramsay, P.Q 

St. Melanie, P.Q 

Joliette, P.Q 

St. Melanie, P.Q 

Boston, Mass., U.S.A. 
St. Melanie, P.Q 



Ottawa, Ont 

St. Melanie, P.Q. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d 'act ions. 



5,604 

6 

51 

5 

12 

5 

88 

5 

8 

24 

27 

48 

5 

1,068 

582 

37 

10 

11 

10 
11 
17 

1 

1,222 

17 

8 
11 

9 
171 

20 

56 

10 

193 

17 

23 

66 

20 

1 

56 

10 

22 

3 

3 

3 



14 

25 

17 

4 

5 

32 

21 

21 

23 

32 

4 

4 

36 

100 

17 

16 

92 

146 

14 

24 

31 

15 

46 

16 

56 

9 

46 

19 

16 

40 



10,520 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



560,400 

600 

5,100 

500 

1,200 

500 

8,800 

500 

800 

2,400 

2,700 

4,800 

500 

106, 800 

58,200 

3,700 

1,000 

1,100 

1,000 
1,100 
1,700 

100 

122,200 

1,700 

800 
1,100 

900 
17,100 

2,000 

5,600 

1,000 

19,300 

1,700 

2,300 

6,600 

2,000 

100 

5,600 

1,000 

2,200 

300 

300 

300 

300 

1,400 

2,500 

1,700 

400 

500 

3,200 

2,100 

2,100 

2,300 

3,200 

400 

400 

3,600 

10,000 

1,700 

1,600 

9,200 

14,600 

1,400 

2,400 

3,100 

1,500 

4,600 

1,600 

5,600 

900 

4,600 

1,900 

1,600 

4,000 



1,052,000 



DEPARTMEST OF FIXAXCE 

4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 
Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Montant 



Brought forward 

Benson, Etheldred N 

Benson, Etheldred N 

Miller, William R 

Benson, Mary A 

Benson, Hon. Thomas M 

Benson, William T 

Bent, Arnold C 

Bent, Frank F., D.D.S 

Benyon, Major Jaseph A 

rerczy, Elizabeth de M 

Eerczy, Harr'e; JeM 

Fergasse du Fetit Thouarsa, Marie L. 
Eemard, Edward S 



Te-i. Frances M 

Bethune, GeraldineP. 

Bethune, Louisa M 

Bethune, M. Maud... . 
Bethune, Robert A — 

Bickford, Julia M 

Bingay, Thomas S — 



Bingham, Claire McF 

Binmore, Elizabeth 

Binney, Rev. John E. H 

Binnev, Rev. William H 

Birt, Lillian M 

Bishop, John, K.C • 

Bishop of Nova Scotia, The, in trust 

Bishop of Nova Scotia, The, in trust No. 

Bissett, Phebe 

Black, Albert S 

Black, .\nn 

Black, Charles H. M 



2 



Black, Emily I 

Black, Harold G 

Black, John F., M.D. 



Black, Muriel L 

Black, William A 

Blackadar, Charles C 

Blackadar, Henry D 

Blackader, .-Vlice H 

Blackader. Edward H., M.D 

Blackader, Helen B 

Blackburn, Robert L 

Blackstock, Thomas G 

Blackwood, Ada B 

Blackwood, -\nn 

Blackwood, Eliza S 

Blackwood, Florence M 

Blackwood, Robert 

Blaiklock, Martha 

Blair, David 

Blake, Thomas P. U. J. H , trustee 
Eyre, William H. G... " .. 

Boak, Marv A. (deceased) 

Boake Trust Fund, The 

Boas, Bendix A 

Boas, Sophie 

Boissier, Albert J. A 

Bompas, George C. 

Bond, John R 

Bond, Marv B 

Bond. Rachel M. 



Married 

Institute 

Curator 

Estate late 

Surviving trustee.. . 

Estate late 

Accountant 

Dentist 

Major 

Splns'.er 



Montreal, P.Q. 



Manied 

Provincial land sur- 
veyor 

Marriei 

Spinster 



Port Hope, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 

Yarmouth, N.S 

Oxford, N.S 

London, Eng 

Montreal, P.Q 

We^tmount, P.Q 

Cap Brun, Toulon, France. 



Architect 

Widow 

Retired master mar 

iner 

Spinster 



Port Mail land, N.S 

Westmount, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 

Clergyman |Pau, B-P., France 

iNorthwich,Cheshire, Eng 

Spinster Liverpool, Eng 

Barrister Ottawa, Ont, 

Bishop Halifax, N.S 



Richmond, P.Q. 
Fcterboro, Ont-. 
Montreal, P.Q... 



Dansville.N.Y., U.S.A.. 
Buffalo, N.Y., U.S.A.... 
Oswego, N.Y., U.S.A.... 



Widow 

Merchant. ...... 

Estate late...7>. 
Trustees under 

of 

Married 

Professor 

Physician 



will 



Spinster 

?teamship agent. . . 

Journalist 

Estate late 

Spinster 

Physician 

Spinster. . 

Lumber merchant . . 

Estate late 

Spinster 

Widow 



Spinster 

Retired tarmer. 
Estate late 



Lachine, P.Q 

Truro, N.S 

Quebec, P.Q 

Halifax, N.S 

St. Johns, P.Q 

Charlottetown, P. E.L.. 
Loughrea, Co. Galway, 

Ireland 

Halifax, N.S 



Montreal, P.Q. 
Ottawa. Ont . . 
.Montreal, P.Q. 
Ottawa. Ont... 
Toronto, Ont. .. 



Tatamagouche, N. 
Toronto, Ont 



Huntingdon, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q... 

Rimouski, P.Q. . 

Gentleman York , England . . 

" 'Galway, Ireland. 

Spinster Baddeck, N.S.. . 

Toronto, Ont 

Estate late .Montreal, P.Q. 

Widow .... 
Gentleman 
Estate late 



Bond, S. M. and Mrs. Julia. 



Gertrude A . 
Harriet A.. . 
Helen A 



Boomer. 
Boomer, 
Boomer, 
Boomer, H. Chesmer 



Boomer, Jessy I 

Borthwick, Barbara 

Bosse, Mary E 

Boswell, -Andrew W 

Boswell, .Xndrew W'., curator. 

Carried forward . 



Widow 

Married 

Trustees of marri- 
age contract 

Spinster 

Widow 

Spinster. 

Retired 
grocer. 

.Spinster. 



wholesale 



.Married ... 
.Accountant. 



Nimes, Gard, France 

London England 

Montreal, P.Q 



London, England. 

Toronto, Ont 

London, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 



Halifax, 
Quebec, 



N.S.. 
P.Q.. 



10, 520 
70 

60 

18 

16 

51 

10 

4 

51 

8 

4 

428 

22 
S 
78 
78 
17 
1 
12 

2 

8 

13 

13 

14 

3 

3 

5 

2 

40 

1 

2 

46 



17 

4 
11 

4 

26 
30 

5 

30 

200 

4 
33 

8 

6 
33 
37 
14 

8 

204 

1 

2 

402 

22 

5 
15 
55 
10 
22 

82 
13 
15 
18 

30 

13 

6 

230 

2 



13,246 



SHAREHOLDERS I\ CHARTERED BAyKS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Boswell, Joseph K 

Boswell, Margaret L. 

Boswell, Marion 

Boswi'll, Martha A. . . 

Boswell, Mary 

Boswell, Mary J 

Boswell, St. George.. 

Boswell, Vesev 

Boswell, \V. Albert... 
Botterell, Dorcas A.. 

Botterell, Sarah 

Bouche, Joseph 



Boulton, Margaret C 

Boulton, Zaidee M 

Bovey, Constance M 

Bovey, Emily J. B 

Bovey, Emily J. B., in trust. No. 2. 

Bovey, Erica E 

Bovey, Jean M 

Bovey, Wilfrid 

Bowen, Alicia C. A 

Bowen, Alicia C. A., usufructuary... 

Bowen, Alicia C. A 

Bowen, Annie B 

Bowen, James, Jr 

Bowie, Agnes M 

Bowie, Alice G .C. B 

Bowie, Annette J. C 

Bowie, Christiana 

Bowie, H . William 



Bowles, James F 

Bowles, Joseph 

Boyd, Joseph W 

Boyle, Isabella 

Boys' Home, The 

Bradburn, Thomas, 

Bradshaw, Mary J 

Brads^aw, Robert C 

Brailsford, Mary B 

Braine, Robret T., trustee. 
Braine, Thomas R. R 



Breadon, Anne J 

Breakey, Helen 

Breakey , John 

Brecken, Rev. Egerton R. M. 

Bremner, Marian 

Bretnor, Edward L., 

Bridger, Albert 

Bridges, Col. Edward S 

Brodie, Mary 

Brookfield, Samuel M 

Brookfield, Walter G 



Brooks, Ellen A : . . . 

Brotherhood, Mary L — 
Broughton, Christiana S. 



Broughton, William K... 

Brouse, Elizabeth J 

Brown, Agnes C 

Brown, Anna J. C 

Brown, Annie M 

Brown, Augusta A 

Brown, Caroline C 

Brown, Ellen H 

Brown, Enid E 

Brown, Ethel 

Brown, Florence E 

Brown, F. R. Fountaine. 

Brown, Herbert A 

Brown, Ida M 

Brown, Jean 



Description. 



Brought forward 

Boswell, Charles E. A Brewer. 

Boswell. J. Irvine, M . D Physician. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Carried forward . 



Brewer . . 
Spinster . 



Estate late 

Civil Engineer. 

Brewer 

Gentleman 

Widow 



Road surveyor. 



Married . 
Spinster. 



Widow . . 
Spinster. 



Advocate, tutor. 
Spinster 



Trustees of . 

Widow 

Estate late. 
Spinster 



Widow 

Deputy Sergeant at 

arms 

Gentleman 

Estate late 

Can. Customs offlc'r 
Widow 



drug- 



Estate late. .. 

Widow 

Estate late . . . 

Spinster 

Gentleman. . . 

Chemist and 
gist 

Spinster 

Widow 

Estate late 

Clergyman 

Spinster 

Manager 

Racket professional . 

Colonel 

Married 

Contractor 

Commission mer- 
chant 

Widow 

Legatees of 

Married 



Gentleman 

Married 

Stenographer. 
Spinster 



Trustee for 

Married 

Widow 

Spinster 

Married 

Spinster 

Retired mech. eng'r 

Gentleman 

Spinster 



Quebec, P.Q 

Newport Pagnell, Bucks 

England 

Quebec, P.Q 



London, England. 
Quebec. P.Q 



London, England 

Montreal, P.Q 

Quebec, P.Q 

Aurignac fHaute Garonne) 

France 

Port Hope, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

London, England 

Montrea,l P.Q 



Quebec, P.Q. 



Toronto, Ont 

Quebec, P. Q 

London, England. 



Montreal, P.Q. 



Ottawa, Ont 

London, England. 



Yarmouth, N.S 

Quebec, P.Q 

Toronto, Ont 

Peterboro', Ont 

Walton, N.S 

Thornhill, Man 

Tunbridge Wells, Eng. 
Hantsport, N.S 



Canso,N.B 

Westmount, P.Q... 
Breakey ville, P.Q. 



Toronto, Ont 

St. John's, Nfld... 
Minniapolis, Minn. 
Brighton, Eng. . . . 
London, England.. 
Owen .Sound, Ont. 
Halifax, N. S 



U.S.A 



Montreal, P.Q... 



Northwood, 
Eng 



Middlesex, 



Iroquois, Ont 

Carleton Place, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 

Carleton Place, Ont 

Halifax, N.S 

St. Hyacinthe, P.Q 

Yarmouth North, N.S — 

Quebec, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 

Carleton Place, Ont 

Brackenhurst, Hants, Eng 

London, Eng 

Quebec, P.Q 

Carleton Place, Ont 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombro 
d'actions. 



13,246 
2 

200 

2 

6 

2 

2 

66 

42 

44 

136 

30 

22 

142 

1 
5 
2 
3 
204 
4 
5 
5 
5 
4 
4 
10 
44 
6 
6 
6 
6 
1 

3 

26 
242 

2 
37 

2 
113 

2 
20 
66 

2 

4 

7 
50 
61 

6 
21 

6 
44 
24 

4 
44 

1 

30 
55 

2 

33 

12 

1 

6 

1 

33 

4 

2 

3 

2 

1 

20 

55 

3 

1 



15,314 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



1,324,600 
,. I 200 

20,000 

200 

i.', 600 

200 

200 

6,600 

4,200 

4,400 

13,600 

3,000 

2,200 

14,200 

100 

500 

200 

300 

20,400 

400 

500 

500 

500 

400 

400 

1,000 

4,400 

600 

600 

600 

600 

100 

M 

300 

2,600 

24,200 

20O 

3,700 

200 

11,300 

200 

2,000 

6,600 

200 

400 

700 
5,000 
6,100 

600 
2,100 

600 
4,400 
2,400 

400 
4,400 

100 
3,000 
5,50» 

200 

3,300 

1,200 

100 

600 

100 

3,300 

400 

200 

300 

200 

100 

2,000 

5,500 

300 

lOO 



1,531,400 



DEPARTMENT OP FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 



Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 









Number 


Amount 


Name. 




Post Office Address. 


of shares. 


Paid. 


— 


De;*cription. 


— 


— 


— • 


Nom. 




Adresi=e. 


Nombre 
d 'actions. 


Montant 
pave. 



Brought forward . 

Brown, John 

Brown, Julia 

Brown, Lucia A 

Brown, M. Bayard 

Brown, Robert 

Brown, William H 

Browne, Daniel M 

Browning, John M 

Brownlee, Ellen 

Bruce, Rev. George 

Brunton, David W 

Brymner, GeorgieG 

Bryson, Jean 

Bryson, Margaret 

Bryson, Robert B 

Buchanan, Agnes 

Buchanan, Berthe L. Q 

Buchanan, Claude \V 

Buchanan, Mary J 

Buchanan, R. Trevor 

Buckley, Mark A 

Budden, Ernest F 



Budden, Ernest F., and Hamilton, Mrs. J. Irene. 

Budden, H. Aimee 

Budden, Jessie M 

Buell, Katrina S 

Buell, William S 

Bunting, Margaret E 

Burges, John Y 

Burke, John 

Burke, Julia 

Burke, Michael 

Burke Roche, Hon. E. Blanche 

Burland, Flora S 

Burland, George B 

Burmester, Margaret M 

Burnham, George, M.D 

Burnham, Henry H '. 

Burns, Rev. Robert F 

Burstall, John F 

liurton, A. George 

liurton, John W 

Burwell. Mahlon G 

Butler, Charles S 

Butterfield, Stella M „ 



Buzzell, Emma H. 



Cahan, Charles H., K.C. 

Caie, Claire A 

Caie, Robert 

Caie, Sophia 

Calvert Louise M 

Calvin, Eleanor E 

Calvin, H. Augustus, Jr.,. 



Cameron, Grace 

Cameron, James, in trust. .. 

Cameron, Margaret 

Cameron, James A., M.D 

Cameron, Margaret 

Cameron, Mary 

Cameron, Mary 

Cameron, Peter 

Campbell, Ada C 

Campbell, Sir Alexander 

Campbell, \. McTavish 

Campbell, Catherine 

Campbell, Charles .S., K.C 
Campbell, Donald A., M.D. 

Campbell, Eliza 

( "ampbell, Emma H 

Campball, Florence M 

Campbell, George M., M.D. 

Campbell, Helen 

Campbell, Isabella 

Campbell, Janet 



Lumber Merchant. 
Spinster 



Gentleman. 
Estate late. 



Married 

Clergyman 

Mining engineer. 

Married 

Spinster 



Commercial trav'r. 

Estate late 

Married 

Gentleman farmer. 

Married 

Gentleman farmer. 

Estate late 

Lieut., Royal Horse 

Artillery 

Trustees of 

Spinster 



Quebec, P.Q 

Maitland, N.S 

Boston, Mass., U.S.A. . . . 
New York. N.Y., U.S.A. 

Ottawa, Ont 

Quebec, P.Q 

Halifax, N.S 

Montreal, P.Q 

McDonald's Corner, Ont. 

Kinosota,Man 

Denver, Col., U.S. A 

Lethbridge, Alta 

Perth, Ont 



Montreal, P.Q. 



Barrister 

Estate late. 
Gentleman. 
Estate late. 

Married 

Estate late. 
iMarried . . . . 
Estate late. 



Spinster 

Physician. . 
Estate late. 



Lumber merchant . 

Manager 

Estate late 

Gentleman 

Physician 

Spinster 



Married . 



Barrister... 
.Spinster. .. . 
Estate late. 

Widow 

Married. . . . 



Bank Clerk. 



Spinster 

Of Bank of Toronto 

Spinster 

Physician 

Spinster 

Widow 

Estate late 



Married 

Estate late. 

.Manager 

Married 

Barrister 

Physician . . . 

Widow 

Spinster 

Married. . .. 
Physician... 

Widow 

Spinster. . . . 
.Married. . . . 



Carried forward. 



Knowlton, P.Q 

Vernon, B.C 

Woodlands, P.Q 

San Francisco, U.S.A.. 

Montreal, P.Q 



Brockville, Ont. 



Toronto, Ont.., 
Montreal, P.Q. 



Orleans, Vt., U.S.A. 

Montreal, P.Q 

V'ictoria, B.C 

Montreal, P.Q 



Sunningdale, Berks, Eng... 

Peterboro, Ont 

Port Hope, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 

Quebec, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 

Halifax, N.S 

Port Burwell, Ont 

Boston, Mass., U.S. A 

West Summerville, Mass., 

U.S. A 

Cowansville, P.Q 



Montreal, P.Q... 
Yarmouth, N.S. 



Detroit, Mich., U.S.A.. 

Toronto, Ont 

Point St. Charles, Mont- 
real, P.Q 

.Surrey, Eng 

CoUingwood, Ont 

Glenlivet, Scotland 

Nairn, Scotland 

Glenlivet, Scotland 

Montreal, P.Q 

Newton Stewart, Scotrd. 

Stonefield, P.Q 

..Montreal, P.Q 



Winnipeg, Man. 
Halifax, N.S... 
Montreal, P.Q. 
Halifax, N.S. . 



Morden, Surrey, Eng. . . . . . 

Christchurch, Hants, Eng. 

Halifax, N.S.. 

Dumbartonshire, Scot. . . . 

Edmonton, .Mta 

Fenelon Falls, Ont 



15,314 
4 
1 
3 

200 

568 

10 

2 

200 

2 

37 

55 

1 

14 

14 

22 

35 

2 

28 

22 

29 

22 

16 
41 
55 
16 
30 

5 
22 
12 
50 

2 
84 
22 
34 
30 

8 
U 

4 
24 

2 

2 

12 
17 
10 

24 
6 

190 
5 

28 

33 

1 

6 

3 

20 

24 

50 
20 

7 
31 
13 
12 
69 
11 

4 
251 

5 

9 
104 

2 
22 
40 

4 
10 



18,097 



1,531,400 

400 

100 

300 

20,000 

56,800 

1,000 

200 

20,000 

200 

3,700 

5,500 

100 

1,400 

1,400 

2,200 

3,500 

200 

2,800 

2,200 

2,900 

2,200 

1,600 
4,100 
5,500 
1,600 
3,000 

500 
2,2*3 
1,200 
5,000 

200 
8,400 
2,200 
3,400 
3,000 

800 
1,100 

400 
2,400 

200 

200 
1,'200 
1.700 



1,000 

2,400 
600 

19.000 

500 

2,800 

3,300 

100 

600 

300 
2,000 

2,400 

5,000 
2,000 

700 
3, 100 
1,300 
1,200 
6,900 
1,000 

400 
25,100 

500 

900 
10,400 

200 

200 
4.000 

400 
1,01)0 



1.809,700 



SHAREHOLDERS I\ CHARTERED BANKS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 

Notn. 



Deacription. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
payfe. 



Brought forward. 
Campbell, Col. John E 



Campbell!, Katharin M 

Campbell, Lome, M.D 

Campbell, Margaret 

Campbell, Robert 

Campbell, Victoria S 

Campbell, William D 

Canada Life Assurance Co 

Cann, Joseph H 

Cantile, James A., Jr 

Capel , Eliza R 

Capon, Agnes E 

Capon, Frederick J 

Carlyle, Robert C 

Carlvle, William A 

Carlyle, William G 

Carlyon, Lt. Col. Tredenham F 

Carman, Mary A. E 

Carmichael, Emma B 

Carmichael, Frederick 

Carmichael, Isabella 

Carmichael, Isabella, No. 2 

Carmichael, Isabella, usufructuary. 

Carmichael, Rev. James S 

Carney, Michael 

Carrier, Eugenie 

Carrier, Mary A 

Carroll, Amazelie .' 

Carscallen, Henry G 

Carson, Captain Thomas 



Carter, Edith... 

Carter. John T., 

MaccuUoch, 



in trust 

Robertson, in trust. 



Carter, Mary J., usufructuary 

Carter, William H 

Casselman, James C 

Cavcrhill, Emily M 

Caverhill, George 

Caverhill, George, in trust 

Caverhill, Jane M 

Caverhill, John 

Cawley , Sarah 

Cawthra. Joseph 

Chabot. Elmire A and 

Delage, Jean B., N.F 

Chadbourn, William H 

Chafee, Rev. Alexander B 

Chatee, Frances A. L 

Chafee, Ednah M., deceased 

Chalmers, James, " 

Chambers, Aurelia C 

Champion, Henry T 

Chandler, Mary L., usufructuary. 

Chandler, Minnie 

Chapleau, Lady Mary L 

Chapieau, .Sir Joseph A 

Chapman, Rev. John 

Chapman, Mary E 

Chaput, Charles 

Charlebois, Henriette E. L 

Charles, Walter 

Charlton, Charles P 

Charlton, Gertrude M 

Charlton, Maude E 

Charters, Emma V 

Chartier, Marie P 

Chauvelon, Emile 



Chay tor, Alice 

Chaytor, Rev. Charles. . . . 
Chaytor, Rev. Edward C. 

Chaytor, Henry J 

Chavtor. Robert J 

Cheney, William G 

Chicoine, Agnes E 



Col. in H. M. Indian 

Army 

Spinster 

Estate late 



London, England 

Montreal, P.Q 

Dumbartonshire, Scot. . . 
Montreal, P.Q 



.Spinster 

Hardware merchant 



Estate late 

Financial Agent. 
Married 



Peterboro, Ont.. 

Toronto, Ont 

Yarmouth, N.S. 
Winnipeg, Man. . . 
Montreal, P.Q... 
Toronto, Ont 



Dentist 

Retired farmer.. 
Mining engineer. 
Retired farmer.. 

Lt. -Colonel 

Widow 

Married 

Bank Manager. . 
Spinster 



London, England 

Toronto, Ont 

Farnborough, Hants, 

Westmount, P.Q 

Longueuil, P.Q 

Toronto, Ont 

Longeuil, P.Q 



Rural Deanof Brome 

Gentleman 

Spinster 

Estate late 

Married 

Manufacturer 

Captain 



Married 

Deceased 

Asst. manager, R. T. 

Co 

Widow 

CoUectorif Custom* 

Farmer 

Married 

Merchant 



Married 

Estate late 

Spinster 

Estate late 

Married 

Curator 

Civil engineer. 
Clergyman — 

Spinster 

Married 

Merchant 

Widow 

Banker 

Married 

Widow 



Eng. 



Montreal, P.Q. 
Halifax, N.S... 
Quebec, P.Q... 



Hamilton, Ont 

Ballymahon, Longford Co. 

Ireland 

Montreal, P.Q 



.Montreal, P.Q... . 

Quebec, P.Q 

Chesterville, Ont. 
Montreal, P.Q.. .. 



Toronto, Ont. 
Quebec, P.Q.. 



Estate late. 



W'idow 

Merchant.. . 
Married. . . 
Estate late. 



Carried forward. 



New York, N.Y., U.S.A.. 

King.ston, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Richford, Vermont, U.S.A. 

Toronto, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

Winnipeg, Man 

Franklin, Vt., U.S. A 

Dorchester, N.B 

Montreal, P.Q 



Spinster. 



Married .... 

Widow 

Gentleman.. 

Spinster 

Clergyman. 



Tunbridge, England.. 
Chicago, 111., U.S.A. 

Montreal, P.Q 

Quebec, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 

We.^t mount, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 



Estate late.. 
Lt. -Colonel. 
Gentleman.. 
Married .... 



Charters, N.B 

Paris, France 

Nantes, Loire Inferieure, 

France 

Folkestone, Eng 

Worehester, Eng 

Lj-ndhurst, Eng 

Folkestone, England 

Southsea, England 

Montreal, P.Q 

St. Theodore d'Acton.P.Q 



18, 097 

14 
260 
100 
KJO 
150 
120 

52 

444 

6 

44 
2 

12 
3 
11 
60 
11 
2 

30 

4 

6 

17 

14 

14 

6 

37 

46 

64 

10 

10 

10 
36 

20 



4 

22 

166 

55 

2 

40 

222 

9 

14 

20 

10 

20 

22 

4 

118 

15 
5 

40 

1 

160 

128 

30 
5 

20 
6 

90 
6 
5 
8 
5 

22 

5 
36 
42 
46 
48 
36 
346 

6 



S 4,809,700 

1,400 

26,000 

10,000 

10,000 

15,000 

12,000 

5,200 

44,400 

600 

4,400 

200 

1,200 

300 

1,100 

6,000 

1,100 

200 

3,000 

400 

600 

1,700 

1,400 

1,400 

600 

3,700 

4,600 

6,400 

1,000 

1,000 

1,000 
3,600 

2,000 

800 

400 

2,200 

16,600 

5,500 

200 

4,000 

22,200 

900 

1,400 

2,000 

1,000 

2,000 

2,200 

400 

11,800 

1,.500 
500 

4,000 

100 

16,000 

12,800 

3,000 
500 

2,000 
600 

9,000 
600 
500 
800 
500 

2,200 

500 
3,600 
4,200 
4,600 
4,8i;0 
3,6lO 
34,61)0 
600 



21,659 



2,165,90 



8 



DEPAETAIEXT OF FIXAXCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 



Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
payf. 



Brought f on^"a^d 

Chipman, Mary B 

Chipman, Maud M 

Chisholm, Margaret D 

Chisholm, William D.... 

Christensen, Laura 

Christian, Cordelia R 

Christie, John, K.C 

Church Home, The 

Church of the Good Shepherd, Rector and Ch. 
Wardens of the 

Church of the Redeemer ■ ■ • 

Church Society of the Diocese ol Quebec Mission 
Fund 

St. Peters Episcopal Church, Rector and War- 
dens ol 

Churchill, George • • • 

Churchill, Julia A 

Clapcott, Charles B 

Clark, Alexandrina A 

Clark, Alice M 

Clark, Harriet H. R 

Clark, Horace D 

Clarke, Edith 

Clarke, Helen S 

Clarke, Margaret 

Clay, Capt. J. Bonham 

Clayes, Edwin D , 

Clayes, George 

Clayton, Gerald M 

Cleghorn, James 



Married . 



Estate late.. 
Married. . . . 

Widow 

Banister 



Wolfville, N.S.. 
Montreal, P.Q.. 
Belleville, Ont.. 
Wellinf^ton. Ont. 
Quebec, P.Q. ... 
St. John, N.B... 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q.. 



Cornwall, Ont. 
Halifax, N.S... 



'Quebec, P.Q. 



Gentleman 

Widow 

Judge 

Married 

Spinster 

Married 

Trustee of 

Spinster 

Estate late 

Spinster 

Retired captain. 

Estate late jBrockville 



Clerk, Harriet B 

Clerk, Ronzo H 

Cleveland, Harr3' R., 



Cloutier, Josephine 

Clouthier, Josephine, u.sufructuary. 

Coate, P. Stenning 

Cobden, George E 



Secretary 

Corn merchant 

Wholesale wine mer 

chant 

Estate late 

Notary public 

Doctor of veterinary 

science 

Married 



Coburn, Mary M 

Cochran, Ernest J 

Cochran, Sarah C 

Cochrane, William E 

Cockcroft, Margaret R 

Cockshutt, Henry 

Codv, Rev. Canon, Henry J. 

Coffin, Adele J 

Coffin, Peter 

Cogan, Ethel G 

Coker, Alice M 

Coker, Ernest G 

Colboume, Alfred J 

Cole, Gertrude M 

Cole, H. Margaret 



Colley, Benjamin W^ 



Cookshire, P.Q 

Kingston, Ont 

Yarmouth, N.S 

Cairo, Egypt 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 

Fredericton, N.B 

Wilmington, Del., U.S.A. 

Parkstone, Dorset Eng 

Dublin, Ireland 

Vancouver, B.C 

Montreal, P. Q 

Ont 

St. Louis, Mo., L' 
Manchester, Eng. 



.S.A. 



Montreal, P.Q. 



Danville, P.Q... 
Chateau Richer, 



Cotton merchant.. . 
H.^LE.L. regiment 



21,659 

10 

121 

140 

33 

2 

22 

11 

222 

2 
21 

11 



P.Q. 



New York, N.Y., U.S.A. 
Clonmel, Tipperary, Ire- 
land 

Fredericton Jet., N.B.. . . 

Vancouver, B.C 

Medicine Hat, Alta 

Calgary, Alta 

Redhill, Surrey, England 
Brantford, Ont 



Spinster 

Bank of Montreal 

Estate late 

Rancher 

Spinster 

Manufacturer 

Clergyman Toronto, Ont 

Married Ottawa, Ont 

Estate late jPetite Riviere Bridge, N.S 

Married London, England 

" [Chingford, Essex, Eng 

Prof, of engineering.. . " _ 

M ining captain Twillingate, Nf Id 

Married (Montreal, P.Q 

Parnell, Auckland, New 
Zealand 



Manager 
tion 



cable sta- 



Halifax, N.S... 

Collcv, Martha B Spinster JMontreal, P.Q. 

Collins, Agnes J -Widow iWestport, N.S. 

Collins, Robert, M.D lEstate late jSouthsea, Eng. 



Colquhoun, Frances B iSpinster 

Colter, George J iFarmer — 

Comte, J. dela C. Joseph lEstate late 



Conner, Col. William. 

Connors, David 

Conrov. Elizabeth 

Cook, George E., M.D 

Cook, Marion A 

Cook, William, K.C 

Cooke, Adeline M., usufructuary legatee. 

Cooke, Eliza G 

Copeland, Nora M 

Copland, Kate A 

Corbett, .Mary B 

Corbett , Reginald A 

Corcoran, .\nnie I 

Cormack, Charles T. E 



Retd. Colonel 

Estate late 

Married 

Retired physician. 

Spinster 

Advocate 

Married 



Spinster 

Steamship agent. 

Spinster 

Gentleman 



Cornwall, Ont. 
Keswick, N.B... . 
Montreal, P.Q... . 
London, England.. 
Salt Springs, N.S. 

Halifax, N.S 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q... . 

Quebec, P.Q 

Hull. P.Q 

Elgin, Scotland.. . 

Ix)ndon, Ont 

W'estmount, P.Q.. 
Halifax, N.S 



Carried forward ' 25, 258 



Rock Island, P.Q. 
.Montreal, P.Q... 



180 

2 

8 

1 

58 

58 

14 

600 

4 

5 

15 

61 

2 

27 

28 

8 

8 

2 

6 

4 

1 

12 



2,165,900 

1.000 

12,100 

14.000 

3,300 

200 

2,200 

1,100 

22,200 

200 
2,100 

1.100 



1 


100 


4 


400 


2 


20O 


22 


2,200 


13 


1,300 


9 


900 


4 


400 


428 


42.800 


11 


1.100 


86 


S,600 


4 


400 


27 


2,700 


132 


13,200 


7 


700 


10 


1,000 


10 


1,000 


464 


4ri,400 


333 


33,3(X) 


17 


1,700 


5 


500 


5 


500 


2 


200 


44 


4,400 


,4 


400 


5 


500 


2 


200 


40 


4,000 


4 


400 


65 


6,. 500 


4 


400 


66 


6.600 


5 


500 


20 


2,000 


30 


3,000 


8 


800 


3 


300 


4 


400 



18,000 

200 

800 

100 

5,800 

5,800 

1.400 

60.000 

400 

500 

1.500 

6,100 

200 

2,700 

2,800 

800 

800 

200 

600 

400 

100 

1,200 



2,525,800 



SUARKHOLJ)i:h'S I\ CHARTERED BAy'KS 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Xame. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
.\dresse. 



] Number 
of shares. 



Amount 
Paid. 



Nombre I Montant 
d 'actions' p^yk. 



Brought forward 

Cormack, Charlotte M. G Spinster.. . 

Cormack, Frances E , 

Costen, Mary A., tutrix AVidow.... 

Costen, Mary A., tutrix and ; " 

Allen, Kate A :Mamed. . 

Costlev, Alfred Asst. P.O. 

Cotton, Charles S Sheriff... . 

Estate late 

Widow 

Spinster 



Montreal, P.Q... 



Coulthard. George E 

Coursol, Georgina E. F. P., usufructuary 

Cowie, Emilv , — 

Covle, Henrietta M Married 

Covle, Richard Estate late. 

Coyle, RosinaE Married.. . 

Craig, Marv " 

Cramp, George B., K.C Estate late. 

Cramp, Mary A Spinster. . . . 

Crathern, James, deceased Estate late. 

Crawford, Caroline S 

Crawford, Eliza S Spinster. . . . 

Crawford, Lilian E " .... 

Crawford, Robert Engineer 



Inspector Halifax, N'.S... ... 

Sweetsburgh, P.Q. 
Fredericton, N.B.. 

.Montreal, P.Q 

Westmount, P.Q... 



Cream, Rachel 

Creed Laura H 

Creighton, Elizabeth M. Watt. 
Creighton, Henry D., in trust. 
Crerar, John 



Crerar, Marie G 

Crerar, Marie G., in trust. 

Crisp, Catherine E 

Crof ton, Emma K 

Croil, Jane L 

Crombie, Lillian M 

Crombie, Marcus G 



Cronan, Daniel 

Cronan, Eleanor 

Cronan, Francis " 

Crosby, Alice M 

Crosby, George G 

Crosby, Maria 

Cross, Hon. Alexander 

Cross, A. Ernest 

Cross, Edmund L 

Cross, George H., in trust 

Cross, Janet 

Cross, Rebecca \V 

Cross, Selkirk, K.C 

Cross, Selkirk, K.C , in trust 

Cross, Selkirk, K.C, " 

Cross, Selkirk, K.C, and 

Maclnnes, Margaret F., in trust. 
Cross, Selkirk, K.C., and 

Maclnnes, Margaret F., in trust. 
Cross, William H 



Berthierville, P.Q. 

Montreal, P.Q 

Yarmouth, X.S 

Montreal, P.Q 



Westmount, P.Q. 



Kippen, Stirlingshire.Scot- 

land 

Spinster Quebec, P.Q 

Married JDartmouth, X.S 

Widow I Ha lifax, X.S 

Accountant I " 

Coal miner and mer- 
chant 

Married 



Chicago, 111., U.S.A. 



Widow 

Spinster 

Married 

Lumber dealer and 

manufacturer Richmond, P.Q 

Trustee of late !Halifax, X.S. . . 



Portsmouth , Ont — 

Halifax, X.S 

Montreal, P.Q 

St. Catharines, Ont. 



Married . 



Yarmouth, X.S. 



Merchant 

Widow 

Estate late Montreal. P.Q. 

Brewer Calgary , Alta 

Farmer i Kensmith, Sask^ 

Ranchman 

Spinster 



Advocate. 



I 



Married 

Advocate 

Married 

Retired notary pub- 
lic 

Capitalist. 



Beaver, Wyo., U.S.A. . 
Westmount, P.Q 



Montreal, P.Q. 



Crout.WilliamS.. 

Crowell, Edith R ... 

Gumming, Alice L ' jTrained nurse 

Gumming, James C : Farmer 

Gumming, Rev. Thomas, D.D Clergyman 

Cummins, Olive M Spinster 

Cunningham, Frances A AVidow j Point Pleasant, N.J. ,U.SA 

Currie, Caroline C ! " Longueuil, P.Q 



Xew Brompton,Kent,Eng. 

Widow 'St.Anne de Bellevue, P.Q. 

Port Hope, Ont 

Colborne, Ont 

Stellarton, X.S 

Magog, P.Q 



Currie, Helen M 
Currie, Jessie S. 

Currie, Maria F 

Currie, Mary L iMarried 

Curry, Cornelia A 

Cornelia A., trustee 

Hon. Xathaniel 

Arthur E ! Farmer jStanstead, P.Q 

Married Wokingham, Eng 



Curry, 

Curr\-, 

Curtis, 

Cusack, Frances. 

Dalhousie College, The Governors of. 

Dalton, Ophelia H 

Dance, Janet L 

Dane, Frederick 



Married [Cambridge, Mass., U.S.A. 

Spinster [Montreal, P.Q. 

1 Windsor, X.S. 

[Halifax, X.S.. 

'Windsor, X.S. . 



Capitalist 'Montreal, P.Q. 



Halifax, X.S. 

Widow Toronto, Ont. . 

Spinster Montreal, P.Q. 

Grocery broker Toronto, Ont . . 



Carried forward 27, 751 



25, 258 

12 

12 

6 

1 

60 

12 

27 

20 

50 

5 

116 

3 

2 

11 

65 

222 

82 

80 

11 

11 

15 

2 

1 

2 

100 

40 

5 

24 

46 

120 

1 

100 
8 

26 

1 

2 

5 

1 

315 

25 

58 

21 

15 

15 

35 

5 

2 

171 
19 



101 

12 

11 

4 

48 

4 

4 

20 

31 

58 

1 

3 

1 

3 

2 

111 

2 

15 

48 

8 

3 

15 



2,525.800 

1,200 

1.200 

600 

100 

6,000 

1,200 

2,700 

2,000 

5,000 

500 

11.600 

300 

200 

1,100 

6,500 

22,200 

8.200 

8,000 

1,100 

1,100 

1,500 

20O 

lOO 

200 

10,000 

4,000 

500 

2,400 

4.600 

12,000 

100 

10,000 

800 

2,600 

100 

200 

500 

100 

31,500 

2,500 

5,800 

2.100 

1,.500 

1,.500 

3.. 500 

500 

200 

17,100 
1,900 

10,100 

1,200 

1,100 

400 

4,800 

400 

400 

2,000 

3,100 

5,SO0 

100 

300 

100 

300 

200 

11,100 

200 

1,500 

4,800 

800 

300 

1,500 



2,775,100 



10 



DEPARTMENT OF FIXAyCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 
Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adre.sse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
paye. 



Brought forward 

D'Araujo, Eduardo Velloso Estate late. 

Dargitz, Ernest Schmidt 



Dart, F. Helen 

Darwall, Robert C 

Dashwood, Alfred H 

Hinckes, Ralph T 

Sergeant, Wilfred O. F 

David, Bertha 

David, Charles R. E 

Boyer, Louis A 

David, Joseph A 

Boyer, Louis A 

David, J. Horace R 

Bover, Louis A 

David,''01ier J 

Davidson, Leonidas H., K.C. in trust 

Davidson, Margaret 

Davidson, Susan 

Davie, Allison C 

Davie, George D 

Davie, John L 

Davis, Charles J 

Davis, Edith R 

Davis, Eliza A 

Davis, Florence N 

Davis, Helen E „ 

Davis, Laura A 

Davison, Arthur McK 

Davison, James P 

Davison, Major Thomas 

Dawes, Andrew J 

Dawes, Gertrude J., tutrix IWidow 

Dawson, Benjamin Gentleman 

Dawson, Francis G. T Tutor 

Dawson, Henry Retired 

Dawson, John T Estate late 

Dawson, Mary F.. 
Dawson, Olga T. 



Actual privy coun- 
cillor of legation. . 

Married 

Superintendent 

Land Agent 

Stock exchange 

Gentleman 

Spinster 

Clergyman 

Curator 

Advocate 

Curator 

Barrister 

Curator 

Insurance Inspector , 

Advocate 

Estate late 

Spinster 

Shipbuilder 



Negrellos, Portugal. 



Commercial travel'r 

Spinster 

Married 

Spinster 



Divorcee. 
Clerk 



Berlin, Germany 

New Westminster, B.C.. 

Dover, England 

Stibbington, Eng 

Foxley, Herts., Eng 

Tunbridge Wells, Eng 

Lowell, Mass., U.S.A.... 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 



Lowell, Mass., U.S.A. 
Montreal, P.Q 



Petit Brule, 
Levis, P.Q. 



P.Q. 



Winnipeg, Man.... 
London, England. 
Brock ville, Ont.. 
London, England. 

Halifax, N.S 

Montreal, P.Q 



Major... 
Brewer. 



Buttervant, Cork. 
Lachine, P.Q 



Montreal, P.Q. 



M.D. 



De Witt, George E. 

De Witt, Louisa B 

Dewolf , James E 

De Young, Helen J 

Dickie, Annie 

Dickson, A. Anderson 

Dickson, William B 

Dionne, Charles E. L., usufuctuary legatee. 

Dixon, E. Dorothy M ". i Married. 



Civil engineer 

\\ holesale stationer. 

Married 

Trustees of 

H. M. Service 

Spinster 



Spinster. .. 

Trustee of. 

Dawson, Samuel E., C.M.G | Gentleman. 

Dawson, W. Bell 

Dawson, William V 

Day, E. Lillian C 

Dean, Jessie 

Dean, Percy H '. 

Debbage, Beatrice M 

Debbage, MjTtle B 

Debbage, Sarah 

de Blaquiere, Rt. Hon. William Lord 

de Blois, Eugene P . . 

de Bury, Mary A 

de Freycinet, Baron 

DehajTiin, Albert E. Watel 

■d'Humieres, La Comtes.se 

de Raymond-Cahusac, Laure M. C. de S 

de Lery, M. E. Corinne C 

de Loisy, Gabriel 

de Loisy, Raoul 

Delory , Louise A 

Dennison, Eva M 

Densmore, Robert F 

de Sola, Rev. A. D. Meldola ~. 

•de Sola, Clarence I., trustee 

Devilder, .\ndre C. H. M 

Dewar, Annie J ' 

Dewar, John 

Dewing, Arthur S 



Married. . . . 
Gentleman.. 

Parmer 

Married. . .. 

Baron 

Land owner. 
Married. . . . 



Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S.A. 

Montreal, P.Q 

Quebec, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 

Westmount. P.Q 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 



Quebec, P.Q . 

England 

Portneuf, P.Q. 



Spin.>ter 

Gentleman 

Land owner 

Widow 

Married 

Master mariner 

Rabbi 

Beliiian consul 

Banker 

Estate late 

Gentleman 

Professor in econo- 



Bath, England. 
Quebec, P.Q... 
.Montreal, P.Q. 
Paris, France.. 



Cantal, France 

Toulouse. France. 

Quebec, P.Q 

Dijon, France 



mics 

Physician 

Widow 

Steamship agent. 
Married 



Lorient, France. 

Digbv, N.S 

Maitland, N.S.. 
Montreal, P.Q. . 



Lille, France 

London. England. 
Cornwall, Ont 



Woollen manufact'er 

Gentleman 

.Advocate ,. . . 



Cambridge, Mass., U.S. A 

'WolfviUe, N.S 

Erie, Pa., U.S.A 

tHalilax, N.S 

ISydney, N.S 

^iiddle Musquodoboit.NS 

Glashiels, Scotland 

Westmount , P.Q 

Quebec, P.Q 

Shenstone, Westmoreland 
England 



Carried forward. 



27,751 
5 

2 

7 

26 

102 

5 
19 

5 

19 

5 

4 

8 

2 

100 

56 

56 

5 

5 

10 

5 

5 

1 

13 

11 

13 

33 

35 

96 

15 

8 

55 

40 

20 

8 

21 

9 

7 

20 

84 

11 

U 

3 

22 

11 

13 

3 

52 

3 

3 

20 

10 

10 

11 

4 

4 

13 

12 

8 

120 

4 

2 

1 

34 

17 

5 

10 
49 
20 

65 



$ 2,775,100 
500 



29,244 



2.924,400 



SHAREHOLDERS IX CHARTERED BANKS 



11 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 

Noni. 



Brought forward . . 

Dixon, William H 

Doane, Mary A 

Dobba, Mary 

Dobell, Henry 

Dobell, Hon. Richard R 

Dobell, William M., in trust... 
Dobell, Alfred C, in trust. 

Doddrigde, Emma E. E 

Dodge, Annie C 



Dolbel, Eliza M 

Don, John B 

Donnelly, John T 

Donohue, Thomas 

Doran, Blanche E., Institute 

Doran, James 

Dorey, Hannah E., usufructuary legatee. 

White, Col. George R., curator 

Dougall, Elizabeth 

Dougall, Lily 

Dougall, .Su.san G., M.D 

Douglas, Charlotte A 

Douglas Trust, trustees of Emily 

Douglas, James M 

Douglas, William, M.D 

Doull, Elizabeth .M 

Dou.ssede, Elise 

Dow, Alexander 

Dow, Jessie 

Dow, William 

Drake, George S., Jr 

DriscoU, Charlotte A. L 

Driscol!, Eleanor 

Drum, William 

Drummond, Arthur L 

Drummond , Elizabeth M 

Drummond, Lady 

Drummond, Guy M 

Drummond, Henry M 

Drummond, Huntly R 

Drummond, Jane R 

Drummond, Kate H. M 

Drummond, M. Margaret 

Drummond, Maurice. 

Drummond, Thomas 

Drynan, Alice 

Dudman, Louisa D 

DufT, Barbara 

Duff, Isabella C 

Duflf, Margaret C 

Duff, Maria E 

Duffus, Catherine D 

Duffus, Winifred B 

Duggan, Edward J 

Dumaresq, Clarence E. F 



Description. 



Po.it Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Pipe manufacturer. 
Married 



Importer 

Estate late 

Timber merchant. 

Importer 

Married 

Widow 



Linen manufacturer. 
Manufacturers Agent 
Dry goods merchant 

Spinster 

Estate late 

Married 

Colonel 

Estate late 

Spinster 



Montreal. F.Q... 
Barrington, N.S. 
Kingston, Ont .. 
Montreal, P.Q... 
Quebec, P.Q 



Montreal, P.Q j 

Quebec, P.Q 

North Cambridge, Mass. 

U.S.A 

Jersey, Channel Islands. . . 

Brechin, Scotland 

Montreal, P.Q 

Quebec, P.Q 



Widow . 



Estate late 

Physician 

Widow 

Married 

Estate late 

Spinster 

Estate late 

Physician 

Spinster 

Widow 

Estate late 

Gentleman 

.Married 

Widow 

Gentleman 

Asst. receiver gen'l. 

Capitalist 

Spinster 



Estate late 

Civil engineer. 
Married 



Spinster. 



Dumoulin, Philippe B 

Dunbar, Emma \ 

Duncan, Robert G.., M.D. 

Duncanson, Thomas 

Dunfield, Helen M. I 

Dunn, Matilda 

Dunn, William H 



Dunphy, Hattie E 

Dupuis, Jeanne A. A., in usufruct 

Dupuy , Charlotte A 

Durie, Isabella M., for self and in trust 

Duriez, Suzanne 

Durnford, George 

Dwyer, Margaret L 

Eager, William L 

Earle, Arthur B 

ISarle, Henrv 

Eastern Trust Co., The 

Eastern Trust Co., The 

Eastern Trust Co., The, trustees for All Saints 
Saints Springhill Cot. H. C 



Widow 

Married 

Advocate 

Vice-president Hartt 
& Adair Coal Co.. 

Bank manager 

Married 

Physician 

Estate late 

Married 

Widow 

Commission mer- 
chant 

Married 



Spinster. 



Carried forward . 



Widow 

Accountant . 
Trustees of. 
Estate late. 
Merchant. . . 
Capitalist . . , 



Montreal, P.Q 

Ottawa, Ont 

Quebec, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 

Oxford, England 

Montreal, P.Q 

Chicago, III., U.S.A. 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 

Fort Erie, Ont 

Halifax, N.S 

St. Loubes, France... 

Hahfax, N.S 

Montreal, P.Q 



St. Louis, Mo., U.S.A 

Aylmer East, P.Q 

Avlmer, P.Q 

Quebec, P.Q ,. . 

Montreal, P.Q 

Petite Cote, Montreal, P.Q. 



Winnipeg, Man. 
Montreal, P.Q. 
Kingston, Ont. 
Winnipeg, Man. 
Ottawa, Ont. . 
Montreal, P.Q. 



Hamilton, Ont. . 

Yarmouth, N.S. 
Toronto, Ont... 
Lunenburg, N.S. 



Toronto, Ont 

Halifax, N.S 

Camberley, Surrey, Eng. 
Murray Bay, P.Q" 



Montreal, P.Q. 
Quebec, P.Q... 



Bathurst, N.B.. 

Ottawa, Ont 

St. John's, Nfld. 
Montreal, P.Q... 



Nashwaak Village, N.B. 

Aulnais, P.Q 

Kingston, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 



Halifax, N.S 

Westmount, P.Q .... 
Liverpool, England. 
Westmount, P.Q... . 

Halifax, N.S 

St. John, N.B 



Number ! 
of shares. I 

Xonibre I 
d'actions.l 



Amount 
Paid, 

.Montant 
pave. 



Halifax, N.S. 



29,244 


$ 2,924,400 


22 


2,200 


3 


300 


22 


2,200 


151 


15,1(X) 


33 


Z.iOO 


100 


10,000 


11 


1,100 


9 


900 


59 


5,900 


20 


2.000 


16 


1,600 


24 


2,400 


4 


400 


84 


8,400 


) ■■ 

38 


1,100 


3,800 


24 


2,400 


50 


5,000 


6 


600 


61 


6,100 


100 


10.000 


140 


14,000 


2 


200 


5 


500 


20 


2,000 


250 


25,000 


724 


72,400 


60 


6,000 


3 


300 


32 


3,200 


32 


3,200 


575 


57,500 


38 


3,800 


500 


50,000 


500 


50,000 


4 


400 


600 


60,000 


44 


4,400 


20 


2,000 


8 


800 


479 


47,900 


11 


1.100 


17 


1,700 


3 


300 


30 


3,000 


3 


300 


1 


100 


30 


3,000 


1 


100 


5 


500 


55 


5,500 


2 


200 


6 


600 


6 


600 


15 


1,500 


2 


200 


21 


2,100 


22 


2,200 


4 


400 


1 


100 


16 


1,600 


36 


3,600 


4 


400 


8 


800 


2 


200 


1 


100 


54 


5,400 


14 


1,400 


55 


5,500 


33 


3,300 


18 


1,800 


42 


4,200 


34,646 


3.464,600 



12 



DEPARTMENT OF FIXAXCE 

4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 
Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Ofiice Address. 
Adresse. 



Brought forward j 

Eastern Trust Co., The, trustee Sir Adams G.' 

Archibald ' 

Eastern Trust Co., The, and others, trustees for 

Mrs. Sara Cameron ! 

Eastern Trust Co., The, trustee estate William! 

Chearnley I 

Eastern Trust Co., The ITrustees estate Hon. Jas. I 

Kenny, Joseph B J Cochran | 

Eastern Trust Co., The, trustee Anstice E. B.' 

Crocker ! 

Eastern Trust Co., The, trustee Winifred B. Duffus 

Eastern Tru.st Co., The, and others, trustees Miss 

Annie Eraser i 

Eastern Trust Co., The. ' 

Eraser, Mrs. Frederica, administrators estate' 

James Fraser ' 

Eastern Trust Co., The, and others, trustees Miss 

Jessie G. Fraser 

Eastern Trust Co., The, trustee Emma Gunnison 

Eastern Trust Co., The, trustee Ida M. Hope 

Eastern Trust Co., The, trustee estate Thomas 

Humphrey I 

Eastern Trust Co., The, trustee Cecil W. Ingham. ' 

Eastern Trust Co., The, trustee Kate D. Jones. . . | 

Eastern Trust Co., The, trustee Marr. Settle. L. 

Jones I 

Eastern Trust Co., The, and \ 

Archbold, Rev. Frances H. W Clergyman 

Eastern Trust Co., The, trustees Helen Kaulbach 

and Kate Moore, exec. Miss Clara Killam ' 

Eastern Trust Co., The, trustee T. C. Konnear,! 

will trust 1 

Eastern Trust Co., The, trustee 1878 Kinnear trust .^. 

Eastern Trust Co., The, trustee, late John Lithgow 

Eastern Trust Co., The, exor. and trustee, Mrs. 

Frances F. Moren ' 

Eastern Trust Co., The, trustee, will of Saul 

Mosher ' 

Eastern Trust Co., The, trustee of Grace Mc-. 

Donald ' 

Eastern Trust Co., The, trustee, will of Patrick! 

O'MuUin I 

Eastern Trust Co., The, trustee for Rev. Harryj 

Y. Payzant I 

Eastern Trust Co., The, trustee for Amy S. Pearce 

Eastern Trust Co. , The, trustee, will James Reeves 

Eastern Trust Co., The, and\Trustees of Kenneth! 

Ritchie, James D / C. Ritchie / 

Eastern Trust Co., The, trustee of Agnes Saer ' 

Eastern Trust Co., The, trustee, will of Bennett, 

Smith 

Eastern Trust Co., The, trustee for Margaret 

Smith ; 

Eastern Trust Co., The, trustee for Mary St. B.l 

Smith ' 

Eastern Trust Co., The, trustee of Adelaide A.l 

Symons 1 

Eastern Trust Co., The, trustee for Mrs. Martha' 

J. Taylor I 

Eddy, Ezra B Estate late 

Edgecombe, Albert W | " 

Edgecombe, A. Clarence Guardian of 

Edgecombe, F. Allison i " 

Edgecombe, Frederick B Dry goods merchant 

Edgecombe, Helen L Married 

Edwards, Mary E Spinster 

Egan, Ann M Estate late 

Egan, Sir Henry K Manufacturer 

Ela, Hannah S Married 

Elgee, Percival C Barrister 

EUot, Frances E. W Trustees marriage 

f settlement 

EUerton, Alice H Spinster 

Ellerton, Amelia F 

Ellerton, Annie E 

Ellerton, Robert 



Halifax. N.S. 



Dublin, Ireland. 
Halifax, N.S... . 



Hull,P.Q 

Fredericton, N.B. 



Hungerford, Eng. 
Ottawa, Ont 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
paye. 



Cambridge, Mass., U.S.A. 
London, England 



Sec.-treas. of Coun- 

I cil 

Elhot, Catherine Widow 



Carried forw ard ' 36, 714 



Montreal, P.Q 

Franklin, Mass., U.S.A.... 



Hemmbgford, P.Q. 

(t 
St. Lambert, P.Q..", 



34,646 

114 

1 

4 

204 

20 
1 

24 

72 



11 

8 
20 

7 
5 
9 

15 
34 

20 

57 

8 

11 

5 

11 

6 

112 

4 
5 
9 

2 

20 

137 

7 

10 

4 

14 

200 

5 

7 

2 

3 

25 

22 

155 

273 

4 

71 

244 
16 
16 
16 

10 



3,464,600 

11,400 

100 

400 

20,400 

2,000 
100 

2,400 

7,200 

1,100 

800 

2,000 

700 
500 
900 

1,500 
3,400 

2,000 

5,700 

800 

1,100 

500 

1.100 

600 

11,200 

400 
500 
900 

200 

2,000 

13,700 

70O 

1,000 

400 

1,400 

20,000 

500 

700 

200 

300 

2,500 

2,200 

15,500 

27,300 

400 

7,100 

24,400 
1,600 
1,600 
1,600 

1,000 
800 



3,671,400 



SHAREHOLDERS IX CHARTERED BAXKS 



13 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post OflPiCe Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Brought forward. 

Elliot, Robert 

Elliott, George H 

Elliott, Lydia J 

Emmerson, Samuel 

Englehart, Charlotte E 

Englehart, Jacob L 



! Estate late. 



English. Lt.-Col. Charles E 

Eppstein, Rev. William C, D.D. 

Esdaile, Alice L 

Essex, W. Gilbert 

Estey, Emma L 

Evans, Emilie J 

Evans, Marj' E 

Evans, William H 



Widow 

Hudson's Bay Co. . . 

Estate late 

Railway commis- 
sioner 

Lt.-Colonel 

Clerk in holy orders 

Spinster 

Clerk 

Estate late 

Spinster 



St. Lambert, P.Q. 

Calgary, Alta 

Toronto, Ont 

Winnipeg, Man 

London, Ont 



Toronto. Ont 

London, England.. 
Reading, England. 
Montreal, P.Q 



Ewing, Ethel R 

Ewing, William 

Fair, Thomas J 

Fairbank, John 

Fairbanks, Mary E 

Fairie, Annie L 

Fairlie, Rev. John 

Parish, Henry G., M.D. 
Farlet , Georges 



. iCommercial travel- 

I ler 

. Married 

. Brass finisher 

. Cigar manufacturer. 

. I Dental surgeon 

. jEstate late 

. j Widow 

. Clergyman 

. 'Physician 

. [Artist and engraver 



Fredericton, N.B 

Montreal, P.Q 

Nashua, N.H., U.S.A. 



Westmount, P.Q. 
Montreal, P.Q... 



Farlet, Pierre lEngineer. 



Farley, Elizabeth 

Farley, Margaret 

Farquhar, Jessie A 

Farwell, Albert L 

Faulkner, Mary A 

Fauvel, Bertram A 

Fauvel, George P 

Fauvel, Winnifred E 

Fay, Fred. A 

Fa\-, Wilhelmina 

Ferguson, Anna E 

Ferguson, Hector , 

Ferris, Amelia L , 

Fetherstonhaugh, Harold L 

Fetherstonhaugh, Janet C 

Fetherstonhaugh, Mary L 

Fetherstonhaugh, Robert C 

Fillmore, .Sebina W 

Finlay, Robert McN 

P'inlayson, Letitia A 

Finlayson, Sarah S 

Finley, Samuel 

Fmley, Thora D 

Fmn, Elizabeth 

Finn, Kate, tutrix 

First Presbvterian Church, trustees of 

Fiset, Louis' J C 

Fisher, Caroline 

Fisher, Lewis P •. 

Fisher, Mary F 

Fisher, Hon. Sydney A., trustees 

Fisher, R. Eric 

Fisher, Roswell C 

Fisher, The Hon. Sydney A 

Fiske, Edward " 

Fitch, Marion .\ 

Fitchett, Alexander 

Fitzgerald, Henry M.F.V. and/trustees, marriagel 

Fitzgerald, Frances E . . . . \ contract of / 

Fitzgerald, John 

Fitzgerald, John V.F.V. andf trustees, marriagel 

Fitzgerald, .\nnie \ contract of / 

Fitzgerald, Sarah T. C 

Fitzgerald, Selina 

Fleet, C. A. Robertson 

Fleet, Charles J 

Fleet, Charles J., in trust 

Fleet , Eleanor M 

Fleet, Isabella R 

Fleet, Jane D 

Carried forward 



Married . 



Director 

Widow 

Ci\'il servant 

Estate late 

'Spinster 

jMagistrate 

lEstate late 

Spinster 

Estate late 

Spinster 

Architect 

j Married 

I Spinster 

'Greenshields, Ltd... 

Married 

'Manufacturers' agent 

Spinster 



Brantford, Ont 

London, England 

Boston, Mass. U.S.A 

Montreal, P.Q 

Kingston, Ont 

Liverpool. X.S 

Bourg-la-Reine, Seine, 

France 

Bourg-la-Reine, Seine, 

France 

Belleville, Ont 

Quebec, P.Q 

Halifax, N.S 

Boston, Mass., U.S.A 

Westmount, P.Q 

Ottawa, Ont 

Point St. Peter, P.Q 

Ottawa, Ont 

Bridgetown, N.S 



Montreal, P.Q. . 
Dublin, Ireland. 
Kingston, Ont . . . 
Montreal, P.Q.. 



Estate late, 
ilarried . . . 
!Estate late. 
; Widow 



.\mherst, X.S 

Montreal, P.Q..., 
London, England. 

Victoria, B.C 

Montreal, P.Q... 



Estate late 

Spinster 

Estate late 

Widow 

Gentleman 

Advocate 

Estate late 

Gentleman 

Lumber merchant. 

Married 

Farmer 



Huntingdon, P.Q. 

Montreal, P.Q 

Quebec, P.Q 

Toronto, Ont 

Woodstock, N.B 

Montreal, P.Q 

Knowlton, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 



Ottawa, Ont... 
Joliette, P.Q... 
Wolfville. N.S. 
Roslin, Ont 

Quebec, P.Q... 

Estate late Halifax, N.S... 

Quebec, P.Q . . 

Married Newark, N.J. , 

Estate late Halifax, N.S . . . 

Lawyer Montreal, P.Q. 

Advocate ■ " 



.A.. 



■spinster. 



36,714 
S 
2 

31 
8 

60 

140 

3 

4 

11 

10 

12 

35 

6 

20 
22 

2 
16 

5 
14 
33 

7 

6 

14 

5 

257 

128 

4 

60 

5 

2 

4 

2 

3 

23 

4 

15 

7 

5 

20 

11 

4 

2 

20 

8 

55 

55 

464 

10 

4 

4 

10 

28 

11 

161 

2 

100 

165 

4 

6 

128 

1 

128 

4 

10 

5 

135 

465 

6 

6 

10 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montiint 
payfi. 



3,671,400 
800 
200 

3,100 
800 

6,000 

14,000 

300 

400 

1,100 

1,000 

1,200 

3,500 

600 

2,000 
2.200 

200 
1,600 

500 
1,400 
3,300 

700 

600 

1,400 

500 

25,700 

12,800 

400 

6,000 

5C0 

2C0 

4(0 

200 

300 

2,300 

400 

1,500 

700 

500 

2,000 

1,100 

400 

200 

2,000 

800 

5,500 

5,500 

46,400 

1,000 

400 

400 

1,000 

2,800 

1,100 

16,100 

200 

10,000 

16,500 

400 

600 

12,800 

100 

12,800 

400 

1,000 

500 

13,500 

46,500 

600 

600 

1,000 



39, 749 



3,974.9(X) 



14 



DEPARTMEyr OF FiyAXCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 



Bank of Montreal — Banque de ISIontreal. 



Name. 
Xom. 



Description. 



Post OfF.ce Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
I d'aotions. 



Brought forward 

Fleet , Mary E 

Fleming, Minnie " 

Fletcher, George F jExpress agent 

Flett, Marv Widow- 



Spinster 'Montreal, P.Q. 



Spinster. 



Married . 
Spinster. 



Fleury, C. Gracia 

Fleury, M. B. Colombe . 

Fleury, Selina 

Fleury, S. M. Glorianna. 

Flint , Jerome T ' Druggist 

Flumertelt, Alfred C. . .1 ( 'President. 

Burke Roche, Hon.j-In trust] 

Mrs. E. Blanche...] [ Married.... 

Fobin, Henrv W Bank clerk. 

Foley, J. Leslie, M.D Physician. 

Folev, Jean S Spinster. . . 

Folger, Lucretia ; Estate late. 

Folkingham, Eliza .Marned. . . 

Fonseca, Edith " • • 

Forbes, Margaret : . . . I Spinster 



Halifax, N.8 

Gilolo, Man 

St. Melanie d'.Aillebout. 
St. Melanie, P.Q 



Rock Island, P.Q... 
Victoria, B.C 



Peterboro, Ont. . 
Westmount, P.Q. 



Co. 



Forbes, Mildred H I 

Ford,ClaraM Married 

Ford, John Hua.=on's Bay Co. 

Forget, Hon. Louis J Estate late 

Forneri, Jessie A i 

Forrest, Annie P Married. 



Nantucket, Mass., U.S. A 

Bridgewater. N.S 

Toronto, Ont 

Rasharkin, Antrim 

Ireland 

Westmount, P.Q. 

Portneuf station, P.Q. 

Winnipei;. Man 

Montreal, P.Q 



Forrest, Margaret C 

Forrest, Margaret E 

Forsyth, Rev. James E. 

Fortin, Rev. Ivan C 



.■>pinst3r. 



Clergjman. 



Fortin, Kathleen M Spinster. 

Fortin, Matilda M Married. . . . 

Foster, Asa B Jeweller 

Foster, Cynthia E Estate late. 

Foster, George, G., K.C Advocate. . . 

Foster, John G., in trust Gentleman. 

Fowler, Miss Adelaide V Spinster 

Fox, Ellen Widow 

Eraser, Annie Spinster. . 

Eraser, Catherine Married 

Eraser, George B., in trust Wholesale dry goods 

merchant 

Eraser, Helen E Spinster 

i^nspT" Jgssig Cj .. .... 1 ........... 

Fraser! John B ;: : .' ... : . .'jj^' ^^A. '..'.::'.: .::'.'. : iLumber merchant. 

Eraser, William H A.l J 

Fraser, J. Knowlan Gentleman 

Fraser, Miranda R Estate late 

Fraser, Mary A IWidow 

Fraser, Rebecca Married 

Fraser, Selina Estate late 

Freer, Cortlandt E Bank manager 

Fremont, Jules J. T Estate late 

French, The Rev. Arthur T. W iClergyman 

French, The Rev. Arthur T. W., usufructuary I " 

French, Dorothy M. M ISpinster 

French, Helen Widow 



French, Magdalene 

Frigon, Helen V 

Fripp, Clementina S 

Frith, J. E valine 

Fry, Mary J 

Futcher, Marjorie G 

Gaetz, Catherine M 

Gage, Charlotte D 

Gairdner, Anne S 

Galibert, Casimir 

Gait. Elliott T 

Garden, Anne B 

Gardiner, Rev. Joseph P 

Gardiner, Marion J., usufructuary. 

Gardner, Jennie 

Gardner, William, M.D 

Garland, Marjorie K 

Garratt, Mary C 



Married. 



Widow 

Married 

Widow 

Married 

Spinster 

>Ianufacturer. 

Capitalist 

Spinster 

Estate late... 
Married 



Carried forward . 



Physician. 
Married . . , 



Halifax, N.S 

London, Lngland... 
Halifax, N.S....... 

Glen wood Springs 

U.S.A 

New Bedford, M ass. 

U.S.A 



Col. 



Bedford, P.Q 

Danville, P.Q 

Montreal. P.Q 

Derby Line, Vermont. . . 
Long Island, Me., U.S.A. 

Belleville, Ont 

Halifax, N.S 

Quebec, P.Q 



Montreal, P.Q... 
Westmount, P.Q. 

Halifax, N.S 

Ottawa, Ont 



Trenton N. J., U.S.A. 

Ormstown, P.Q 

Brockville, Ont 

Westmount. P.Q 

Montreal. P.Q 

Guelph, Ont 

Quebec, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 



Los Angeles, Cal., U.S.A. 

Montreal, P.Q 

Westmount, P.Q 

Ottawa, Ont 

Westmount, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 

Baltimore, Md., U.S.A.... 

Red Deer, Alta 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 



Toronto, Ont 

Market Harborough, 
Cypress River, Man. 
Montreal, P.Q 



Eng. 



Ottawa, Ont. 



39,749 

100 

2 

8 

13 

5 

4 

60 

22 

U 



310 
11 
18 
17 
6 
1 
10 

15 

10 

4 

11 

275 

4 

2 

20 

4 

20 

2 

3 

23 

115 

14 

111 

22 

22 

1 

10 

17 

4 
16 
23 

104 

158 

128 

10 

22 

4 

22 

36 

40 

30 

2 

44 

129 

2 

6 

11 

10 

23 

12 

93 

24 

13 

50 

2 

165 

28 

16 

111 

11 

48 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
paye. 



3,974,900 

10,000 

200 

800 

1,300 

500 

400 

6,000 

2.200 

1,400 



31,000 
1,100 
1,800 
1.700 
600 
100 
1,000 

1,500 
1,000 

400 

1,100 

27,500 

400 

200 
2,000 

400 

2,000 

20O 

300 

2,300 

11,500 

1,400 

11.100 

2.200 

2,200 

100 

1,000 

1,700 

400 
1,600 
2.300 

10,400 

15,800 

12,800 

1,000 

2,200 

400 

2,200 

3,600 

4.000 

3,000 

200 

4,400 

12.900 

200 

60O 

1 , 100 

1.000 

2,300 

1,200 

9,300 

2,400 

1,300 

5,000 

20O 

16.500 

2,800 

1,600 

11,100 

1,100 

4,800 



42,452 



4,245.200 



SHAREHOLDERS IX CHARTERED BAXKS 



15 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Xarae. 
Nom. 



Brousht forward. 

Garrett, Minnie F 

Garrett, Rich.ird W., M.D... 

Gaudet, F. C 

Gault, Andrew F 

Gault, A. Hamilton 



Gault, Emily M 

Gault, F. Hilda, in trust. 
Gault, Leslie H 



Gault, Leslie H., in trust... 

Gault, Leslie H. and 

Allan Hugh A 

Gault, Ixjuisa S 

Gault, Marion A., in trust. . . 

Gault, M. Henry 

Gault, Percy R., intrust.... 

Gear, Ellen B 

Geldert, John M 

Gemmill, Lt.-Col. James D. 
Gemmill, Winifred K. D.... 

Gentle, William S 

Gibb, Clarinda 

Gibb, Elizabeth 

Gibb, James 

Gibb, James, D 

Gibb, James R 

Gibb, Mary I 

Gibson, Elizabeth 

Gibson, Mar>- A 

Gibsone, Ann I. F 

Gibsone, Mary F 

Gigot, Herman C. L 

Gilbert, Captain Emile 



Gilder, Marion A. K. 

Gill, A. Louisa 

Gillean, Francis E 

Gillean, William D... 
Gillespie, Alexander.. 



Gillespie, Elizabeth . 

Gillespie, Emily 

Gillespie, Helen 

Gillespie, Margaret.. 
Gillespie, Minnie A.. 
Gillies, Christina... . 

Gillies, Henrv 

Gillis, Mary E 



Gillman, Maud 

Gilmour, Arthur B. 
Gilmour, Thomas.. 



Girard, Eugenie P 

Boyer, Louis A 

Girardin, L. A. Camille 

Girardin, Stephanie, M. P 

Gladman, Robert 

Glass, Margaret T., usufructuary. 

Glassford, Winnifred M 

Goddard, Fanny D 

Godden, Rev. John K 

Godfrey, Marj- A 

Goodhue, Frederick W.J 

Goodhue, Louisa M. C 

Goodspeed, Luther 

Gordon, Amelia G 

Gordon, Charles B 

Gordon, Helen L 

Gordon, James 

Gordon, Robert 



Gore, Elizabeth M 

Gossip, Helen, W 

Gough. Janie 

Gouin, Hon. Sir Lomer, K.C.M.G. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adrcsse. 



Married 

Physician 

Post manager.. . 

Estate late 

Wholesale dry goods 

merchant 

Spinster 

Married 

Wholesale dry goods 

merchant 



Kingston, Ont. 

Winnipeg, Man. 
Montreal, P.Q. 



Steamship agent. . 

Widow 

Married 

Steamship agent. . 
Insurance broker. . 

Married St. John's, Nfid 

Barrister Halifax, X.S 

Lt.-Colone! Almonte, Ont 

Spinster j " 

Estate late 'Montreal, P Q 

Widow I " 

Spinster } Westmount, P.Q 

Merchant |Quebec, P.Q 

Estate late |Montreal, P.Q 

Advocate iWestmount, P.Q 

Spinster | " 

Married .Toronto, Ont 

Spinster jMontreal, P. Q 

" iL'pper Melbourne, P. Q. 



Engineer 

Captain in French 

navy 

Trustees, marriage 

settlement of 

Married 



Paris, France . 
Brest, France. 



Manufacturer's agent 
Commander in H.M 

Navy (ret'd.) 

Spinster 



Montreal, P. Q... 

Ottawa, Ont 

Westmount, P.Q. 



Montreal, P.Q.... 
Lancaster, Ont. . . 
Bristol, England. 
Lancaster, Ont. . . 



" South Lancaster, Ont. 

" Braeside, Ont 

Lumber merchant. . Arnprior, Ont 

Married Walnut Grove, Minn. 

i S.A 

Southsea, England 

Estate, late Stanbridge East, P.Q. , 

Retired whol. mer- 



U. 



chant . 
Married . 
Curator.. 
Spinster. 



Estate late. , 

Widow 

Married . . . 

Spinster 

Estate late. 



Physician 

Spinster 

Farmer 

Spinster 

Capitalist 

Married 

Estate late 

Medical practitioner 

Trustee for 

Spinster 

Married 

Premier of Quebec . . 



Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 

Meurthe-et-Moselle France 

London, England 

Quebec, P. Q 

Montreal, P.Q 

London, England 

Caledonia, Ont 

Burlington, Vt., U. S. A.. 
London, England 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d 'actions.' 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
payp. 



Carried forward 45, 404 



Penniac, N. B 

Pictou, N. S 

Montreal, P. Q 

St. Lambert, P. Q 1 

St. John's, Nfld ' 

Cyferfontein, Boshof, O. 

F. S., South Africa 

St.-Leonards-on-Sea, Eng.. 

Halifax, N. S 

Montreal, P. Q 

Quebec, P. Q 



42, 452 

31 

34 

2 

275 

50 
33 
12 

198 
2 

31 

150 

264 

20 

44 

52 

4 

100 

10 

40 

no 

20 
37 
58 

6 
20 
24 
31 
17 
21 

2 



120 
3 
3 
7 

11 
17 
2 
7 
7 
3 
4 
4 

38 
71 
17 

155 

19 

27 

25 

8 

2 

8 

20 

23 

10 

62 

62 

7 

34 

300 

30 

21 

6 

2 

3 

11 

102 



$ 4, 



245, 200 

3,100 

3,400 

200 

27,500 

5,000 
3,300 
1-200 

i9,80(V 
200 

3,100 

15,000 

26,400 

2,000 

4,400 

5,200 

400 

10,000 

1,000 

4,000 

11,000 

2,000 

3,700 

5.800 

6C0 

2,000 

2,400 

3,100 

1,700 

2,100 

200 

300 

12, COO 
300 
300 
700 

1,100 
1.700 
200 
700 
700 
300 
400 
400 

3,800 
7,100 
1,700 

15,500 

1,900 

2,700 

2,500 

800 

200 

800 

2,000 

2,300 

1,000 

6,200 

6,200 

700 

3,400 

30,000 

3,000 

2,100 

60O 

200 

300, 

1,100 

10,200 



4,540,400 



16 



DEPARTMENT OF FIXANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 



Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



! Post OflSce Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

cmbre 
Rctions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pave. 



Brouaht forward -, -v.; , t j t:- i j 

Govett, Frederick L iStock Broker London, England. 

Graham, John A li'*'*** '^*o^ ' VV,' ' " ' w'*"'?? n;i°v R ' ' 

Graham, Percy J. E .Manager B. of M... . Hartland, VB 

Grandv \nnie Married Port Hope, Ont.. . 

L.rana> , Annie , „ Quebec, P.Q 

Ottawa, Ont 

London, England. 
Ottawa, Ont 



Montreal, P.Q.... 
Port Hope, Ont.. 

Halifax, N.S 

Westmount, P.Q. 
Toronto, Ont 



Montreal, P.Q. 



Grant, Caroline | . 

Grant, Catherine jbpmster 

Grant, E. A. Forsyth i.^ 

Grant, Isabella |Estate late 

Grant, James M Gentleman 

Grant, John G Curator to 

Grant, Josephine S 'Married 

Grant, Laura M 

Grant, Mary P ! , . 

Grasett, Frederick LeM., M.D Physician 

Grasott, Henry J. and.f ._„tpes\ '^^"'.* °^ P^''**' • ' ' 

Strathy, Gerard B.\''™^^^^/ |Barrister 

Gravel, Joseph O jAccountant 

Gravel, Joseph O., in trust 

Gravel, Joseph P. A 'Advocate 

Grav, Catherine A Married 

Gray, Charles C. H. Siddons Bank clerk 

Grav, Francis J Retired merchant 

Grav, Jane H Widow 

Gray, Joseph H. D Gentleman 

Gray, M. Haldane IMarried 

Grav, Wilhelmina B I " 

Green, Elizabeth E Spinster | • • ■ • ■ - • 

Green, Thomas J. Shipton Gentleman iTunbridge \\ells, Eng 

Greene, George A Capitalist nT h ;^ 

Greene, Wentworth Barrister m"^^', p K 

Greenshields, Edward B Merchant Montreal, I .Q 

Greenshields, Edward B., in trust " 

Greenshields, Eliza B Married 

Greenshields, Elizabeth M. C Widow. 

Greenshields, Margaret Spinster 

Greenwav, Edith J 

Gregorv," Helena C iMamed 

Grier, George A ILumber Merchant. 



Etchemin Bridge, P.Q. 

Prescott, Ont 

Perth, Ont 

Prescott, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Danville, P.Q 

Chatham, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 



Berthier 'En Haut,' P.Q. 
Woodcote, Oxon, Eng. . . . 
Montreal, P.Q. 



Grier, Surgeon- Lt.-Col. Henry and Surgeon Lt 

Grier, Sophia jMarried 

Grier, Marj' J 



.Qoj Guildford, Surrey, 



Eng... II 



13,404 

21 

6 

3 

5 

30 
45 
40 
29 
10 
22 
44 
35 
4 
22 

11 

54 

100 

3 

4 

5 

6 

2 

1 

6 

35 

15 

22 

57 

1 

108 

62 

2 

28 

14 

5 

17 

111 

53 



$ 4 



South Dakota, 



Grier, .Sophia 

Grier, Thomas J .Supt. Minini 



Xead, 

! U.S. A 

Guildford, Surrey, Eng .. 

Co Lead, South Dakota, 

I U.S.A 

Griffin, Henry W jPensioner, Civil Ser-| ♦ c » irn^ 

vic°ofCan iClaygate, Surrey, Eng. .. . 

Griffin, William H., C.M.G Estate late... '. ..... :ix>ndon, England 

Griffith, A. Maud Married |Montreal, P.Q. . . ^ ••_■•• • 

Griffiths, E. Bessie I " \\ootton \\awen, Warwick 

I shire, Eng 

Grist, Amelia C Spinster Ottawa, Ont 

Grist, Mary L I " ,,, , . ^^a' 

Grose, LiUie L ,Widow F'f ""T^' ?% R 

Grosvenor, Amelia C " Benton Ridge, N.B 

Grover, Helena L " m°T i Pn 

Guarantee Co. of North America I..: Montreal, P.Q 

Gue, Louise B Trustees of Halifax, N.b 

Gue, TheronR Estate late " V " " V V ' i 

Guess, Eva C .Married Kew Gardens, Long Island, 

I i\.l..U.o.A.. 

Guest, Emily J Spinster. . . iBellviUe Ont. . 

Gullison, Benjamin Master manner B'^^ver River,_ N.S 

Gunn, John Y lEstate late Strathlorne, N .& 

GuvJuliaF I Montreal, P.Q. . 

Gwvnne, J. Eglinton A [Estate office jPolegate, Sussex 

Gzowski, Casimir S Stock Broker |Toronto, Ont 

Hackland, John G Conductor. . lOttawa, Ont 

Hague, George • 'Retired banker Montreal, P.Q 

Hardimand, Mary A Married , " x? t a 

Hale, Frances A .Spinster lt°"u°°J ^",fr n t^- 

Hale, Henrietta I " ■ • Tunbridge Wells. Eng 

Hale, Louisa G jMarried LV?"?;^"?,' ^l-,, 

Hales, Laura S \ " ■ ■ ■ ■ S^r^''^^^^ 

Halifax .^ss'n. for improving the condition of poor Halitax, .n .». 

Halifax. Fire Insurance Co | 

Halifax, Industrial School 

Halifax Protestant Orphans' Home 



Eng. 



Carried forward 



, 540, 400 

2,100 

600 

300 

500 

3,00<) 

4,500 

4,000 

2,900 

1,000 

2,200 

4,400 

3,500 

400 

2,200 

1,100 

5,400 

10,000 

300 

400 

500 

600 

200 

100 

600 

3,500 

1,5C0 

2,200 

5(700 

100 

10, £0 I 

6. 200 

200 

2.S00 

1,-iOO 

500 

1,700 

11,100 

5,300 



111 


11,100 


01 


5,700 


213 


21,300 


42 


4, -200 


42 


4,200 


9 


900 


12 


1.200 


11 


1.100 


11 


1,100 


18 


1,800 


8 


800 


15 


1,500 


256 


•25,600 


18 


l.bOO 


27 


2,700 


4 


400 


4 


400 


4 


4t)0 


6 


600 


24 


2,400 


10 


1,000 


65 


6,500 


2 


200 


10 


1,000 


13 


1.300 


88 


8,800 


86 


8,600 


102 


10.200 


6 


600 





200 


m 


3.000 


■ji 


2.100 


4 


400 



47.773 



4,777,300 



SHAREHOLDERS /.V Vll .\in r.Rl.h fiWKS 



17 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Brousht forward ' 

Halifax .-School for the Blind 

Halkett . Ellen E. and iSpinster. 

Hallcett, Frances A I ". • 

Hall, Agnes 'Married. 

Hall, Jane G IWidow 



Hall. Janet A Spinster 

Hall Richard Merchant 

Hallidav, Christina E Spinster 

Halls, Frederick E Bank manager. 

Halls, Marv A Widow 

Hamel, Georgina Estate late 

Hamilton, Alice M Spinster 

Hamilton, Rev. C. Chetwode Rector 

Hamilton, Charles R., K.C Barrister 

Hamilton, Charlotte K ISpinst«r 

Hamilton, Edith B |Married 



Hamilton. Capt. Edmund C. 

Hamilton, Elizabeth 

Hamilton, Frances 

Hamilton, Capt. Frank A. C. 



Captain.. 
Spinster . 



Captain Scottish 

Rifies 

Estate late 

Clergyman 

Married 

Spinster 

Trustee for 



Hamilton, Rev. George 

Hamilton, Rev. Harold F 

Hamilton, Ida M 

Hamilton, Isabella 

Hamilton, Isabella 

HamiJton, Jane R Widow. 

Hamilton, John [Merchant 

Hamilton, Robert .Estate late 

Hamiltom, Hon. Robert " 

Hamilton, Robina Spinster 

Hampson, E. Greville [Insurance broker.. 

Hampson, F. Gertrude iSpinster 

Hampson, Harold, in trust | Insurance broker.. 



Hampson, Robert Insurance agent . 

Hanburv, Fanny Estate late 

Hankey, Minna'G Married 

Hankey, M. Gwendoline iSpinster 

Hannah Lillian E i Married 

Hanson. Bros [Investment Brokers 

Hanson, William, in trust " 

Hanson. William G Bond salesman 

Hardie, A. Isobel I Married 

Hardie, Mary J ISpinster 

Harding, Brenda G ' Married 

Harding, Ida ! " 

Harding, Phoebe T [Spinster 

Hardistry, Alfred C. W [Farmer 

Hardistry, Richard H. M., M.D jPhysician 

Hardistry, Richard ,. . [Estate late 

Hardistry, William L | " 

Harrington, Anna Lois Widow.' 

Harrington, Muriel T .Married 

Harris, Frances J Spinster 

Harris, Marj- A " 

Hart, Bessie R Married 

Hart, Catherine McL ■ Spinster 

Hart, Emma E. (deceased) Widow 

Hart , Frank J Estate late 

Hart, George R Merchant 

Hart , Helen C Married 

Hart, Reuben I Estate late 

Hart, Sarah M [Married 

Hartford Fire Insurance Co ' 

Hartt, Kate G Widow 

Harwood, Matilda H 'Married 

Hastings, George V ! Manager 

Hastings, Georgie R Widow 

Ha-stings, William A 'Estate late 

Haswell, A. Maude M Widow, . . .-. 

Hatt, John J. Jervase, in trust Civil and elec. eng 

ineer 

Hattie. Daisy G Trustees of 

Haws, Allison D Master mariner. . . . 

Haws. Calista Spinster 

Hawthorne, John A Insurance agent. . . . 

Hay. William Clerk 



Post Ofhce Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
payfe. 



Halifax, N.S 

Edinburgh, Scotland 1. .. 

Westmount, P.Q 

Harriston, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

Peterboro, Ont 

Perth, Ont 

Cookshire, P.Q 

Halifax, N.S 

St. Joseph Beauce, P.Q... 

Montreal. P.Q 

Broome, W'orcester, Eng. 

Nelson, B.C 

London, England 

HaUfax, N.S 

Montreal, P.Q 



London, England 



Quebec, P.Q 

Ottawa, Ont 

Quebec, P.Q 

Ottawa, Ont 

Quebec, P.Q 

Glasgow, Scotland. 
Quebec, P.Q 



Peterboro, Ont. 
Quebec. P.Q.... 
Montreal, P.Q. . 



Dublin, Ireland . , . 
London, England 

W'estmount. P.Q. 
Montreal, P.Q... 



Westmount, P.Q 

Ottawa, Ont 

St. Theodore d'ActonP.Q. 

Montreal, P.Q 

iQuebec, P.Q 

iSt. John, N.B 

IBlvth, Ont 

ISherbrooke, P.Q 

: Winnipeg, Man 

iCalgarv, .\lta 

Montreal, P.Q 



Hamilton, Ont . 

n 

Halifax, N.S... 
Montreal. P.Q. 
Halifax, N.S... 
Montreal, P.Q. 
Halifax, N.S... 



Montreal, P.Q 

iHartford, Conn., U.S.A. 

iMontreal, P.Q 

Edmonton, Alta 

Winnipeg, Man 

'Montreal, P.Q 

I " 

Montreal, P.Q 



Lowestoft. England . 

Halifax, N.S 

Levis, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 

Westmount, P.Q.... 
Buenos A jtcs 



6- 



Carried forward . 

-2 



47,773 % 

7 

20 



53 
8 

71 
7 
2 
2 
5 
4 
140 
9 
5 

26 

1 

430 

22 

56 

2 

23 

5 

12 

55 

8 

8 

625 

889 

36 

155 

11 

17 

2 

300 

20 

24 

8 

55 

13 

10 

1.0 

1 

6 

333 

2 

16 

10 

11 

110 

162 

20 

11 

10 

6 

2 

2 

1 

50 

21 

7 

28 

12 

388 

27 

11 

111 

30 

111 

15 

50 
18 
63 
73 



52,686 



4.777,300 
700 

2,000 

5,300 
800 

7,100 
700 
200 
200 
500 
400 
14.000 
900 
500 

2,600 

100 

43.000 

2.200 

5.600 

200 

2.300 

500 

1.200 

5.500 

800 

800 

62,500 

88,900 

3,600 

15,500 

1,100 

1,700 

200 

30,000 

2,000 

2,400 

800 

5,500 

1,300 

1,000 

1,000 

100 

600 

33,300 

200 

1,600 

1,000 

1,100 

U.OOO 

16,200 

2,000 

1,100 

1,000 

600 

200 

200 

100 

5,000 

2,100 

700 

2.800 

1,200 

38,800 

2,700 

1,100 

11.100 

3,000 

11,100 

1,500 

5,000 
1.800 
6,300 
7,300 
800 
100 

5, 268. 600 



18 



DEPABTMEXT OF FJNAXCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 



Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Brought forward ... 

Hazen, Hon. J. Douglas 

Healev, Lucinda I 

Heartz, Rev. William H., D.D. 

Heath, Emilie 

Heighan, Mabel F 



Helliwell, Abigail 

Henderson, Hannah M. 



Henderson, James M., in trust. 

Henderson, Kate M 

Henderson, Margaret E 



Accountant and 

ditor 

Married 

Spinster 



Heneker, Alice E 

Heney, Elizabeth 

Henry, Agnes 

Henry, Catherine 

Henry, Elizabeth 

Henry, Isabella 

Henshaw, Beatrice H 

Henshaw, Frederick C 

Henshaw, Maria L 

Hepburn, Clarence 

Heron, William S 

Herring, William 

Hetherington, Thomas, Martha L. Ashmead, trust 
Heatherington, Thomas S., 



Trustee for. 
Widow 



Heward, Charles V., tutor 

Heward, Edmund H 

Heward, Louisa 

Hewitt, Rev. William J 

Hickson, Lady Catherine 

Higgins, Letitia 

Higginson, Rebecca 

Hill Trust, trustees of Caroline. 

Hill, FlorenceG 

Hill, Helena A 

Hill, James G 

Dickson, Francis C 

Dickson, Thomas C 

Hill Lewis F 

Hill, Margaret 

Hill, Sarah T 



Hilton, Bradford R. 
Hilton, Edward A. . , 



Hilton, Marion 

Hilton-Green, Louisa H. 



Hilyard, Bertha I 

Hines, I.,ovitt W 

Hirst, George C 

Hoare, Annie M 

Hodgson, Annabella M 

Hodgson, Lt-Col. James O. 



Hodgson, Jane 

Hodgson, Mary F 

Hogan , Henry 

Hogan, Margaret E 

Hogg, Jenty D 

Hogg, William L 

Holden, Alfred J 

Hollis, Charlotte A 

Holme, Fanny 

Holt, Adelaide C., in trust. 

Holt, Helen A 

Holton, Eliza 

Home, for the Aged 

Hooper, George R 

Hooper, Margaret A 

Hope, Charles G 

Hope, John 



Barrister 

Widow 

Clergyman 

Heirs at law of . 
Spinster 



Married . 



Married 

Widow 

Spinster 

Widow 

Estate late 

Married . 

Commission agent. 

Fruit farmer 

Estate late 



St. John, N.B 

Yarmouth, N.S.... 

Amherst, N.S 

Fra.serville, P.Q . . 
Bury St. Edmunds 

land 

Toronto, Ont 

Ruisseau a I'Eau Chaude, 

P.Q 



Eng- 



Westmount, P.Q 

Brandon, Man 

Aspely GuJse, Bedford- 
shire, Eng 

Montreal, P.Q 



L'pper Magaguadavic, NB 

Toronto, Ont 

Quebec, P.Q 

Halifax, N.S 

Montreal, P.Q 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d 'actions. 



SanJo.se, Cal., U.S.A. 

Quebec, P.Q 

London, England 



Montreal, P.Q. 



Biscuit and bread 

manufacturer 

Clerk 

Estate late 

Married 

Estate late imuc, i-.. >>a,i 

Widow TTjMontreal, P.Q 

Spinster 

Widow 



Ottawa, Ont 

Rhos., N. Wales, G. 



B... 



Estate late. 

Spinster 

Trustee 



Lumber merchant . 

Widow 

Spinster 



Teacher of Nav. 

School 

Professor of music . . . 

Married 

Trustees marriage 

settlement of 

Widow 

Master mariner 

Woollen manufacturer 

Married 

Estate late 

Lt-Col. Royal Artil 

ery 

Married 



Estate late. 

Widow 

Married 

Miller 

Manager 

Estate late. 
Married 



Estate late. 



Brewer 

Married. . .. 
Estate late. 



Carried forward I 56, 349 



Vancouver, B.C 

Ottawa, Ont 

Hahfax, N.S 

Montreal, P.Q 

Manchester , England 

London, England 

St. John, N.B 

Dartmouth, N.S 

Ottawa, Ont 

East Foxboro, Mass. 
U.S.A 



Yarmouth, N. S 

Notre Dame de Grace, 

Montreal, P.Q 

Yarmouth, N.S 



Montreal, P.Q 

Fredericton, N.B.. 

Yarmouth, N.S 

Huddersfield, Eng. 

Quebec, P.Q 

Florida, U.S.A 



Andover, Hants, Eng. 
Montreal, P.Q 



Westmount, P.Q. 

Algeria 

Westmount, P.Q. 
Southsea, Eng. . . 

Montreal P.Q 

Quebec, P.Q 

Toronto, Ont 

Halifax, N.S 

Montreal, P.Q. . . 



52,686 

2 

3 

33 

12 

97 
24 



28 

55 

14 

1 

31 

10 

62 

100 

31 

8 

51 

231 

100 

286 

3 

11 

50 

4 

60 

2 

22 
73 
26 
46 

42 

14 

10 

50 
5 

5 

3 

223 
24 
15 
2 
22 
31 



3 

131 

653 

77 

50 

4 

100 

15 

20 

2 

27 

11 

3 

80 

10 

250 

277 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay^. 



5.268,600 

200 

300 

3,300 

1,200 

9,700 
2,400 

600 

100 
500 

800 

2,800 

5,500 

1,400 

100 

3,100 

1,000 

6,200 

10,000 

3,100 

800 

5,100 

23,100 

10,000 

28,600 

300 

1,100 

5,000 

400 

6,000 

200 

2,200 

7,300 

2,600 

4,600 

4,200 

1,400 
1,000 

5,000 

500 

500 
300 

22,300 
2,400 
1,500 
200 
2,200 
3,100 

800 

300 

13,100 

65,300 

7,700 

5,000 

400 

10,000 

1,500 

2,000 

200 

2,700 

1,100 

300 

8,000 

1,000 

25,000 

27,700 



5,634,900 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BAXKS 



19 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Broucht forward. 

Hopkins & Co. , F. H 

Hopkins, Harriet I 

Hopkins. Manley 

Hopkins, Lt.-Col. Manley O . 



Horden, Beatrice C 

Horden, Martha 

Horridge, Sarah A 

Horton, Deborah L 

Horton, James S., tutor 

Horwood, Mary F 

Hosmer, Charles R 

Hosmer, Clara J 

Hosmer, Elwood B 

Hosmer, Olive 

Houdaver, Jean A. C 

Houk, MaryE 

Houliston, Janet 

Houston, Catherine 

Houston, Margaret W 

Howard, Emily S 

Howard, Margaret C 

Howard, Ottilie W 

Howard, Robert J. B., M.D. 

Howden, James G 

Howden, John D 



Howe, Florence M 

Howe, Sarah E 

Howell, G. Louise 

Howitt, Rev. William 

Huke, limma L 

Hulburd, Corinne A 

Humphrys, Jessie C 

Hunt, Anna R 

Hunt, Caroline E 

Hunter Church Bldg. Fund. 



Hunter, Rev. Charles B.R. 



Hunter, Jean 

Hunter, David 

Hunter, Eliza B 

Hunter, James '. 

Hunter, M ichael J 

Huntington, Mary M 

Hurlbut, Catherine M ., usufructuary . 
Huron & Erie Loan & Savings Co. . . . 

Huston, Ellen 

Huston, Fannie 

Huston, George 

Hutchins, Jean I 

Hutchins, William M 

Hutchison, Ernest 

Hutton, Corn elia M 

Hutton, May L 

Huxley, Henry 

Hyde, Susan L 

Ibbotson. F Louisa 

Impey, Edward 

Innes, Robert 

Innes, William P 

Institution for the Deaf and Dumb.. 

Irish, Jenny H 

Irish Protestant Benevolent Society. 
Ironside, George A 



Irvine, C. F. Louisa A. 

Irvine, David 

Irving, James D 

Irving, Thomas 

Irwin, Alexander R 

Irwin, Emily 

Irwin, George L 

Irwin, lasbella 

Irwin, R. Hamilton 



Jackson, Constance M. 



6- 



Carrfed forward . 

-2h. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d 'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
paye. 



Merchants 

Married 

Estate late 

Lt-Col. Royal Artil- 
lery 

Spinster 

Widow 

Married 

Widow 

Clerk 

Married 

Capitalist 

Married 

Stock broker 

Spinster 

Propriefaire 

Widow 

Married 

Widow 

Spinster 

Estate late 

Married 



Halifax, N.S 

Ix)ndon, England 

Haslemere, Surrey, Eng. 

London, England 



Yarmouth, N.S. 
Montreal, P.Q. . . 

Ottawa, Onl 

Montreal, P.Q. . . 



I Le Mans, France 

New York, N. Y., U.S.A 

i Three Rivers, P.Q 

iDanville, P.Q 



60th 



Physician . . 

Estate late. 
Major H. M 

Rifles 

Married 

Widow 

Married 

Methodist clergymn 

Spinster 

Married 

Spinster 

Widow 

Spinster 

The Board of Trus 

tees of 

Clergyman 



JMontreal, P.Q 

{ London, England 

Iowa City, Iowa, U.S.A. 

London, England 

Montreal, P.Q 



Estate late. 



Spinster . . . 
Estate late. 
GentlemEin . 

Widow 

Spinster — 



Married 

Spinster 

Captain R. C.A. 

Spinster 

Bank clerk 

Fanner 

Estate late 

Married 

Surgeon 

Married 

Widow 

Gentleman 

Merchant 

Manufacturer 



Widow . 



Ex-Collector inland 

revenue 

Widow 

Estate late 

Retired colonel 

Farmer 

Insurance agent 

Spinster 

Bank manager 

Married 

Royal Can. Engi- 

ners 

Spinster 



London, England. 



Dartmouth, N.S 

Wcstmount, P.Q 

Prescott, Ont 

Rockford. 111., U.S.A. 

Bedford P.Q 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 

Quebec, P.Q 



Halifax, N.S 

West Hartlepool, Durham 

Eng 



Montreal, P.Q 

Fredericton, N.B 

Halifax, N.S 

Sheffield, England 

Windsor, Conn., U.S.A... 

Boston, Mass., U.S.A 

Ix)ndon, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 



Halifax, N. S. 



Douglostown, N.B. 

Montreal, P.Q 

London, England. . . 



Weymouth, N.S 

Westmount, P.Q 

Eaton College, England. 

Peterboro, Ont 

Simcoe, Ont 

Halifax, N.S 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 



Port Arthur, Ont 

Quebec, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 

Halifax, N.S 

North Georgetown, P.Q. . 

Brandon, Man 

New Bedford, Mass., U.S.A 

Dauphin, Man 

Ottawa, Ont 



Montreal, P.Q . . 
Westmount, P.Q. 



56,349 

50 

4 

28 

20 
26 

4 
55 

6 

8 

10 

1,200 

225 

25 

75 

1 
28 

8 
28 

3 
40 
11 

2 
93 

5 

20 

14 

4 

7 

18 
51 
30 
32 
472 
31 



15 
43 
22 
13 
13 
33 
69 
20 

4 

111 

22 

2 

1 

1 
50 

8 
12 
11 
24 
10 

2 

55 

28 

104 

2 
128 

10 

30 

24 

3 

5 

9 

48 

9 

170 

5 
6 



S 5,634,900 
5,000 
400 
2,800 

2,000 
2,600 

400 
5,500 

600 

800 

1,000 

120,000 

22,500 

2,500 

7,500 

100 
2,800 

800 
2,800 

300 
4,000 
1,100 

200 
9,300 

500 

2,000 

1,400 

400 

700 

1,800 

5,100 

3,000 

3,200 

47,200 

3,100 

300 

1,500 
4,300 
2,200 
1,300 
1,300 
3,300 
6,900 
2,000 

400 

11,100 

2,200 

200 

100 

100 
5,000 

800 
1,200 
1,100 
2,400 
1,000 

200 

5,500 

2,800 

10,400 

200 
12,800 

1,000 

3,000 

2,400 

300 

500 

900 

4,800 

900 

17,000 

500 
600 



60, 108 



6,010,800 



20 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 



Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Brought forward j 

Jackson, John Day Editor 

Jacobs, Joseph H Gentleman 

Jacobs, Lucy P Widow , 

Jaffrey, Margaret B Spinster 

James, Isabel H The guardian of. 

Jarvis, A. Edwin Grocer 

Jarvis, Caroline Estate late 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Jarvis, Frances A.J Married . 

Jarvis, Jennie E Widow 

Jarvis, Morrison M. E Clerk 

Jefferj- Hale's Hospital 

Jenaway, Eleanor Spinster 

Jenckes, Louisa M Married 

Jenner, Elizabeth A Widow 

Jennings, Joseph Estate late. .. 

Jermain, Edward J. (deceased) Captain R.N. 

Johnson, Hon. George M Judge 

Johnson, Rev. George M 'Estate late . . . 

Johnson, Isabella J Married 

Johnson, John Professor. 

Johnson, 
Johnson, 
Johnston 
Johnston 
Johnston 
Johnston 



New Haven, Conn., U.S. A 

Montreal, P.Q 

Moncton, N.B 

Oromocto, N.B 

Halifax, N.S 

Vancouver, B.C 

Cornwall, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 



Montreal, P.Q 

Quebec, P.Q 

London, England 

1st. Catharines, Ont. 

'Digby, N.S 

[Halifax, N.S 

IWalmer, Kent, Eng. 
St. John's, Nfld 



S. 



Marion G Estate late 

Richard M " 

Agnes iWidow 

James Estate late 

Mary Widow 

MaryF I " 

Johnstone, Elizabeth G Spinster 

Johnstone, George M. G Trustees for 

Johnstone, Hon. Robert S Chief Justice 

Joly de Lotbiniere, Edmond G Estate late 

Jones, Ethel M. M 'Spinster 

Jones, Francis H Chief steward S 

I Stephano 

Jones, Herbert L Insurance and ^n. 

I agent 

Jones, Jane Christian 'Married 

Jones, Mary A., in trust Estate late 

Jones, Mary I. E Spinster 

Jones, M. K. Watts 'Widow 

Jordan, Mary M Married 

Joseph, Andrew C Commission merch- 

! ant 

Joseph, Fanny D Spinster 

Joseph, Henry iReal estate agent. . . 

Joseph, Horace ' " 

Joseph, Marguerite M Spinster 

Joseph, Montefiore, andl , ,„. „^ / .Wholesale grocer. . . . 
.nK ^.rt..^.n ftrustees 1 Gentleman 

^-^-^ ^GenSaT"""- 



■trustees ( Wholesale grocer . 

Gentleman. 



Joseph, Andrew C. 
Joseph, Montefiore, and 

Joseph, Andrew C 
Joseph, Montefiore, and 

Joseph, Andrew C. 
Joseph, Montefiore, andl, „. _ /Wholesale grocer 

Joseph, Andrew C. . /'^™stees | Gentleman 

Joseph, Rachel S Spinster 

Joseph, S. Celine 'Married 

Joseph, Sybil M 'Spinster 

Jourdain, Augustin Clerk 

Judah, Frederick T 'Estate late ...'....'... 

Judah, Sarah 1 " 

Kains, Margaret A ', Widow 

Kane, Henriette i " . . . 

Kaulbach, Capt. Henry A ^Capt. The King's 

I Own Regiment. . . . 

Kaulbach, Ven. James (deceased) 'Archdeacon of Nova 

. I Scotia 

Keating, Michael Y 'Book store 

Keefe, Michael E Contractor 

Keefer, Thomas C Capitalist. . 

Keegan, Mary Married. . . . 

Keirstead, Mary A " 

Kelly, Dennis '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..['.'.'.'.'.'.'.['.'.'.[ Estate late 

Ke ly, Lucy S 'Married .... 

Kelso, Charlotte F. M I 

Kemp, Helen U " 

Kemp, Mary ...\ " 

Kennedy, Annie C ..[."......'. Trustee for, 

Kennedy, Elizabeth Widow 



Montreal, P.Q 

Drummondville, P.Q. 
Holt, Norfolk, Eng... 
Charlottetown, P.E.I. 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 



St. John's, Nfld. 
Grenada, B.W.I. 
Quebec, P.Q 



Brooklj-n, N.Y., U.S.A... 

Weymouth North, N.S. . , 

Liverpool, England 

Quebec, P.Q 



Bristol, England. 
Halifax, N.S 



Quebec, P.Q... 
Montreal, P.Q. 



Quebec, P.Q. 



Montreal, P.Q. 



Quebec, P.Q... 
Montreal, P.Q. 



Gushing, P.Q.... 
Westmount, P.Q. 



London, England . 



Carried /orward. 



Truro, N.S 

St. Catharines, Ont 

Halifax, N.S 

Ottawa, Ont 

Van Buren, Me., U.S.A. 

Toronto, Ont 

Halifax, N.S 

Toronto, Ont 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions 



Weymouth, N.S. 

Ottawa 

Montreal, P.Q... 



60, 108 

50 

100 

8 

5 

2 

4 

10 

21 

11 

32 

55 

13 

5 

3 

14 

12 

2 

4 

4 

24 

12 

20 

18 

36 

148 

200 

66 

1 

2 

55 

95 

10 

5 
5 
10 
95 
4 
6 

50 

64 

3 

60 
10 

12 
12 
12 

24 

62 

90 

5 

6 

295 

491 

11 

38 

60 

7 

4 

3 

2 

3 

11 

3 

2 

11 

24 

3 

6 

106 



62,765 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



$ 6,010,800 

5,000 

10,000 

800 

500 

200 

400 

1,000 

2,100 

1,100 

3,200 

5,500 

1,300 

500 

300 

1,400 

1,200 

200 

400 

400 

2,400 

1,200 

2,000 

1,800 

3,600 

14,800 

20,000 

6,600 

100 

200 

5,500 

9,500 

1,000 

500 
500 
1,000 
9,500 
400 
600 

5,000 
6,400 
300 
6,000 
1,000 

1,200 
1,200 
1,200 

2,400 

6,200 

9,000 

500 

600 

29.500 

49,100 

1,100 

3,800 

6,000 

700 

400 

300 

200 

300 

1,100 

300 

200 

1,100 

2,400 

300 

600 

10,600 



6,276,500 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 



Bank of Montreal — Banquc de Montreal. 



21 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Major 

Spinster 

Physician 

Lumber merchant . 



Brought forward 

Kennedy, Major Francis M. E ) 

Stack, Alice M Jjointly. 

King-Edwards, Thomas R.,M.D) 

Kennedy, Harold .' 

Kennedy, Harold, No. 2 account 

Kennedy, Mary 

Kent, Robert E Bajiker 

Kent, William C L . , 

Kerr, Charlotte S Spinster..,. . 

Kerr, Daniel M Commercial travel 

j Icr 

Kerr, William jEstate late 



PoBtOffice Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6> 



Widow . 



Somerset, Eng 

Dublin, Ireland 

Watlington, Oxon, Eng.. 
Quebec, P.Q 



Kilburn, John.. 

Kilkenny, Patrick P. 



Farmer . 
Major _ India 

service 

Merchant 

Married 



Med, 



Killam, John H... 
Kincairney, Lady 

King, Augusta M 

King, Charles (deceased) Lumber merchant . . 

King, Charles S jCuxator to 

King, Emma .Spinster 

King, Frances 1 . 

King, Katherine M., in trust iMarned 

Kingdom, Mary E Estate late 

Kinnear, Rev. George F Clergyman 

Kinnear, John L Trustees for 

Kinnear, Lydia, tutrix ; W'idow 

Kinnear, W'illiam Miller 

Kirby, Amelia iSpinster 

Kirbv, James, K.C | Advocate 

Kirby, Robert Estate late 

Kirk, Lavinia T 'Married 

Kirk Session of St. Paul's Church ! 

Kirkpatriek, Harriet B Widow 



Kangston, Ont 

Halifax, N.S.. '.'.'.'. 
Montreal, P.Q... . 

41 

Fredericton. N.B. 



London, England 

Yarmouth, N.S 

Murthly, Perthshire, Scot. 
Quebec, P.Q 



Kingston, Ont 

Waterville, P.Q... 
London, England. 
Montreal, P.Q.... 



Quebec, P.Q 

Lemesurier, P.Q.. 
Westmount, P.Q.. 



Kirkpatriek, Lady. 

Kirkwood, Beatrice E 

Kirkwood, Isabel M 

Kirkwood, John, M.D 

Kirkwood, William B . ..1 

Brown , Roderick G . > jointly . 

Davidson, William. .J 
Kirouac, Napoleon G., tutor 



Trustees of. 
Spinster.... 



itl- 



Estate late. 
Solicitor 



felF 



Writer to the signet. 
Flour and provision 

merchant 

Married 



Montreal, P.Q 

Antigonish, N.S 

Montreal, P.Q , 

Kingston, Ont 

Toronto, Ont , 

Edinburgh, Scotland. 



Kirwan, Katharine i 

Kittson, Mildred Spinster 

Knowlton, William H jMerchant. . 

Kuhn, Loeb & Co |Bankers... 

Labatt, Robert P Estate late 



Lachance, Arthur. 



Lachance, Joseph L. 



^i- 



Lachance, Marie Z. E. 



Farmer. 



La 



K 



Spinster. 



Quebec, P.Q 

Cricklade, Wilts, Eng 

Ottawa, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

New York, N.Y., U.S.A.. 

London, Ont 

St. Pierre de Montmagny, 

P.Q ., 

St. Francois de la Riviere 

duSud,P.Q 

St. Pierre de la Riviere du 

Sud 



Communaute des Soeurs de Charite de la 

Providence , 

Lacrois, Henriette ^Spinster — 

Lacroix, Maria I " . 

Nichols, Victorine Married 

Lacroix, Marie A Estate late 

Lacroix, Telesphore District magistrate 

Ladies' Benevolent Society 

Ladies' City Mission of Quebec 

La Faculte de droit de L'Universite Laval a 

Montreal 

Laflamme, Edmund J jMerchant 

Laing, Dona H. H Spinster 

Laing, Margaret Married 

Laing, Marion, in trust Spinster 

Lally, Constance I " 

Lamb, Martha M Married 

Lamere, J. B. Hercule 'Clerk 

Lamere, Jean J. F., and Itrustees marriage con- 

Lamere, M. L. Aline. /tract of | 

Lamplough, Frank W., and \ /.Hardware merchant 

Starke, William /trustees \l " 

Lamplough, Mary E. G Spinster 

Lamplough, Sydney L Paper manufacturer. 



62,765 S 6,276,500 

i 

7 700 



Montreal, P.Q 

St. Charles. P.Q.... 

Montreal, P.Q 

St. Hyacinthe, P.Q. 
Sorel, P.Q 



Montreal, P.Q. 
Quebec, P.Q... 



Montreal, P.Q 

Papineauville, P.Q. 
London, England... 
Montreal, P.Q 



Barrie, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q. 



Carried forward. 



Quebec, P.Q... . 

IJMontreal, P.Q. 

^Quebec, P.Q.... 
iPortneuf, P.Q... 



300 
40 
16 
33 
33 
1 

14 

133 



40 
15 
30 

4 
111 

2 
160 
154 

7 
34 
22 

8 

8 

8 
10 
18 

4 
20 

4 
138 
40 
11 
11 
33 

11 



58 

2 

2 

22 

500 

102 



2 
46 



2 

8 

123 

8 

95 
33 

6 
11 
15 
16 
35 

4 

8 

22 

18 
11 



65,406 



30,000 
4,000 
1,600 
3,300 
3,300 
100 

1,400 

13,300 

60(> 

4,000' 
1,500 
3,000 

400 
11,100 

200 
16,000 
15,400 

700 
3,400 
2,200 

800 

800 

800 
1,000 
1.800 

400 
2,000 

400 
13,800 
4,000 
1,100 
1,100 
3,300 

.1.100 



5,800 

200 

200 

2,200 

50,000 

10,200 

200 

200 

200 

4.600 

' 200 

200 
' 800 
12,300 

800 

9,500 
3,300 

\ 600 
1,100 
1,500 
1,600 
3,500 

^400 

r 800 

2,200 

1,800 
1,100 



6,540,600 



22 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 



Bank of jMontreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 

of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Brought forward . 

Lancaster, Helen F Married Nantwich, Eng 

Langelier, Gustave A Supt. of Experiment 

I Stn 



St. Felix du Cap Rouge, 

P.Q 

Quebec, P.Q 

Toronto, Ont 

Quebec, P.Q 

Lebanon, N.H.. U.S.A.... 

Westmount, P.Q 

Ottawa, Ont 



Law, 
Law, 
Law, 
Law, 
Law, 
Law 
Law 



Spinster . 



Widow . 



Yarmouth, N.S. 
Montreal, P.Q... 



Yarmouth, N.S. . 
London, England. 



New Westminster, B.C. 



Langevin, Edouard J Notary pubhc 

Langton, Ann Estate late. . . . 

Larue, Louige Married 

Lathrop, Margaret S [Spinster 

Laurie, .\gne3 S Married 

Laurie, Angelica M | Widow 

Laurie, Charles A Gentleman Quebec, P.Q 

Laurie, Duncan 'Estate late 

Laurie, Elizabeth F Widow. ' 

Laurie, Frances R 'Trustees of Halifaa. N.S 

Laurie, Frank C 'Gentleman Quebec, P.Q 

Laurie, James, M.D |Physician. . . 

Laurie, Sophia A Estate late. 

Laurie, William P Gentleman. 

Lavallee, Georgiana Spinster 

Law, Bowman B jMerchant . . 

Clara J 'Trustees for 

David Merchant . . . 

Helen H Widow 

James Merchant 

James, in trust 

Madge 

W' innie E 

Lawford, Annie S — 

Lawrence, Lizzie L , 

Laws, Mansfield G Merchant .. . . — — ; 

Lawson, Sarsh M Spinster Halifax, N.S 

Learmont, Joseph B Merchant ;Montreal, P.Q 

Lebano, Albina F Married .TTv^Nice, France 

Lebaudv, L. Robert 'Land owner |Bougival, France. ....... 

LeBout'illier, Harriet M [Widow Jersey, Channel Islands.. . 

Lecq, Paul O ! Proprietaire : Nord, France 

T (w Arthur J . ' Buver for Henry 

l.ee,Axtnurj ^ Morgan & Co iWestmount, P.Q 

Lee, Clara 'Spinster Montreal, P.Q ^ 

Lee, Minnie " iRockbum, P.Q. . . . . 

Leese, Thomas 'Banker Newport, Oregon U.S.A.. 

LeGro^ John J .Merchant IPoint St. Peter, P.Q 

Leigh, Charlotte E Widow [Toronto, Ont . 

LeMaire, Jeanne Spinster Stanstead, PA^ 

LeMarquand, A. Maude | " - Montrsal ,P.Q 

Le Mesurier, Emily i!''^''.'''; L^, , ' . ^ W 

Lemieux, Elsie .Married iCharlesburg, P.Q 

Lemieux, Marie E. M 'Estate late Quebec, P.Q 

Lemieux, Hon. Rodolphe K.C .advocate jOttawa, Ont 

Lenev, John M., M.D 'Physician jWmnipeg, Man 

Leney, William A jGsntleman prmstown, P.Q 

Leonard, Bridget M : 'Spinster Quebec, PQ^ 

Leslie, Alexander C 'Estate late Montreal, P.Q 

Leslie, J. Norman S 'Major R. C. A iKingston, Ont 

Leslie John 'Bank Manager iSt. Mary s, Ont 

Leslie', Margaret M ]Spinst2r [Montreal, P.Q -•.■■■• 

Leslie, Percy C, M.D iMsdical missionary. Changtsf a, Hon.an, China. 

Leslie', William S [.Merchant iMontreal, P.Q 

Les Soeurs de la Charitfe de I'Hopital Ganerale de 

Montreal ' 

Lethbridge, Alice G Spinst.'r. . , 

Lethbridge, Edith C '. [[ 

I^ethbridge, Mary 

Levesque, Marie L 'Estate late 

Levey, Charles E I 

Lewes, Florence 'Surviving trustee of. 



63,406 
13 



25 

10 

4 

2 

2 

3 

44 

6 

215 

238 

29 

222 

33 

249 

184 

2 

22 

49 

100 

50 

150 

160 

6 

6 

142 

2 

33 

10 

333 

4 

232 

53 

2 



Southsea, England. 



Lewis, Capt. Ernest H. 



Ser- 



Lewis, E.sther.. . 
Lewis, Ethel G . 
Lewis, F. Orr.. . 
I^ewis, Helen M . 
Lewis, Henry. . . 
Lewis, John M . . 



.Montreal, P.Q... 

Quebac, P.Q 

London, England. 



Halifax, N.S 

Yarmouth, N.S. 

Halifax, N.S 

Montreal, P.Q.. 



Capt. Imperial 
vice. . . 

Married . 

Spinster . 

Wholesale Hardware 

Married 

Merchant Yarmouth, N.S 

Bank clerk 'Haverford west, S. Wales 

' G.B 

Lewis, Mary K ISpinster | Yarmouth, N.S 

Lewis, Violet E Widow " 

Lewis, William J | Retired physician . |Halilax, N.S 



37 
24 
26 
24 
26 
5S2 
260 

14 

7 

14 

120 

3.50 

19 

5 

4 
10 

82 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
paye. 



6,540,600 
1.300 



2,500 

1,000 

400 

200 

200 

300 

4,400 

600 

21,500 

23.800 

2,900 

22,200 

3,300 

24,900 

18,400 

200 

2,200 

4,900 

10,000 

5,000 

15,000 

16,000 

600 

600 

14.200 

200 

3,300 

1,000 

33.300 

400 

23.200 

5,300 

200 



23 


2,300 


3 


300 


10 


1,000 


15 


1,500 


2 


200 


2 


200 


17 


1.700 


6 


600 


6 


600 


20 


2,000 


16 


1.600 


96 


9,600 


35 


3,590 


33 


3,300 


15 


1,500 


100 


10,000 


33 


3.300 


11 


1.100 


2 


200 


4 


400 


5 


500 



3,700 
2,400 
2,600 
2,400 
2,600 
58,200 
26,000 

1.400 
700 

1.400 
12,000 
35,000 

1,900 

500 

400 

1,000 

8,200 



Carried forward i 1 70. 09!) 



7,009,90a 



SHAREnOLDERS- IX CHARTERED BAyKS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of jMontreal — Banque de Montreal. 



23 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Brought forward . 

Lewis, Winnie T ; . . 

Liddell, Victoria 

Lindsay, Amelia J 

Lindsay, Amy C 

Lindsay, Cecil V 



Lindsay, Crawford W. A., in trust. 

Linnell, Carl O 

Lissotte, Michel 

Litchfield, Paul W., in trust 

Little, Eugenie L 

Little, Major John 



Little, Margaret E.... 

Little, Marj- A 

Liangattock, Rt. Hon. 

Lloyd, Annabel 

Lloyd, Frances M 

Lobley, Elizabeth A. . 



John M. Lord. 



Lockwood, Thomas D 

Logie, Jessie M., usufructuary (deceased) 
Longley, Evelyn M 



Widow 

Married. . 

Widow 

Spinster 

ManagerKoyal Bank 

of Canada 

Advocate 

Merchant 

H. Bay Co 

Factory manager. .. 

Spindter 

Major 1st North 

amptonshire Reg 
Spins'ter 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Port Maitland, N.S. 

Montreal, P.Q 

Quebec, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 



Westmount, P. Q 

Quebec, P.Q 

Jonkoping, Sweden... 

Winnipeg. Man 

lAkron, Ohio, U.S.A. 
Dublin, Ireland 



London, Eng 

Combermere, Ireland. 



Gentleman. 

Spinster 

Married 



Longmaid, J. Henry 

Longmore, Mary H 

Longstaff, John 

Lord, Ellen J 

Lorrain, Rt. Rev. Nareisse Z. 

Louis, Daniel 

Love, Edward G 

Lovitt, William L 

Jjowitz, Robert M 

Ludwig, Carl 

Lumb, William Jr 



Lunan, Isabella G 

Lunan, Robert 

Lundie, Elizabeth 

Lunn, Emma H 

Lutyens, Charles B and 

Lutyens, Francis A 

Lyman, Albert C 

Lyman, Florence A 

Lyman, Henry H 

Lyman, Walter E 

Lyman, Walter E., in trust 

LjTich, Agnes B 

Lynch, Elizabeth J 

Lynch, John 

Lyster, Alice G 

Lyster, Emma J 

Mabe, Adelia J 

Mabe, William H 

Macaulay, John A 

Macaulay, James A 

Macoy . Jessie W 

Macculloch, Emily E 

Macculloch, Ferdinand 

Macculloch, Henry 

Macculloch, Robertson 

Macculloch, William 

Macdonald, Annie 

Macdonald, Arthur N 

Macdonald, Benjamin, in trust. 

Macdonell, Hon. Donald A 

Macdonald, Edward de B 

MacDonald, EUenora C 

Macdonald, John A 



Electrical engineer. 

Widow 

Married 



Mining engineer 

Trustees of 

Gentleman 

Married 

Bishop 

Estate late 

Tanner 

Estate late 

Clerk 

Retired 

Director Messrs. 
Lumb & Sons Ld . 

Married 

Ret. bank agent . . . . 

Married 

Spinster 

Gentleman 



Notary public 

Married 

Wholesale druggist. 
Insurance agent.. . . 



Spinster. 



Gentleman . 
Spinster 



Macdonald, Margaret 

Macdonald, Margaret J 

Macdonald, Mima 

Macdonald, Sophia H 

Macdonald, Victoria E 

Macdonald, Walter D 

Macdonald, Sir William C. 



Carried forward . 



Farmer 

Merchant 

Farmer 

Married 

Spinster 

Estate late 

Rank clerk 

Assistant manager 

Estate late 

Widow 

Wholesale dry goods 

Merchant 

Estate late 

Trustee for 

Married 

Commercial travel 

ler 

Estate late 

.Married 



Estate late 

Spinster 

Agent 

Tobacco manufact- 
urer 



Monmouth, Eng 

Sherbrooke, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 

St.. Leonards-on-Sea, Eng- 
land 

Boston, Mass., U.S. A 

Montreal, P.Q 

Pelham Manor, N.Y., U. 
S.A 

Camden, N. J., U.S. A 

Toronto, Ont 

Staines, England 

Fredericton, N.B 

Pembroke, Ont 

Quebec, P.Q 

Charlottetown, P.E.I 

Yarmouth, N.S 

New York, N.Y., U.S.A.. 

Montreal, P.Q 



Huddersfield, England. 

Sorel, P.Q 

.\berdeen, Scotland. . . . 
Montreal, P.Q 



Great Amwell, Herts, Eng. 

London, England 

Montreal, P.Q 



L'Epiphanie, P.Q. 
Montreal, P.Q 



Comer of the Beach, P.Q. 

Montreal, P.Q 

River Dennis, N.S 

Harriston, Ont 

Brighton, England 

Montreal, P.Q 



Toronto, Ont 

New York, N.Y., U.S.A. 

Toronto, Ont 

St. Andrews, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 



Fort Qu'Appelle, Sask. 

Montreal, P.Q 

Westmount, P.Q 

Charlottetown, P.E.I. . 

Rockingham, N.S 

Montreal, P.Q 

Westmount, P. Q 

Montreal, P. Q 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



70,099 

2 

110 

6 

36 

37 

34 

30 

1 

4 

6 

5 
6 
8 
22 
16 
4 

16 

200 

4 

18 

40 

93 

1 

5 

8 

350 

10 

50 

80 

6 

100 

6 

22 

24 

168 

57 

45 

26 

41 

40 

1 

6 

6 

3 

10 

10 

1 

1 

3 

20 

13 

4 

266 

155 

140 

45 

4 

6 

10 

576 

5 



22 
18 
8 
1 
24 
7 
4 

5,555 



78,848 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
paye. 



7,009,900 

200 

-11,000 

600 

3,600 

3,700 

3,400 

3,000 

100 

400 

600 

500 
600 
800 
2,200 
1,600 
400 

1,600 

20,000 

400 

1,800 

4,000 

9,300 

100 

500 

800 

35,000 

1,000 

5,000 

8,000 

600 

10,000 

600 

2,200 

2,400 

16,800 

5,700 

4,500 

2,600 

4,100 

4,000 

100 

600 

600 

300 

1,000 

1,000 

100 

100 

300 

2,000 

1,300 

400 

26,600 

15,500 

14,000 

4,500 

400 

600 

1,000 

• 57,600 

500 

8,800 

2,200 
1,800 
800 
100 
2,400 
700 
400 

555,500 



7,884,800 



24 



DEPARTMEXT OF FIXAXCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 



Bank of Montreal — Banquade Montreal, 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



! ( 

j Xumber ! Amount 

I of shares, i Paid. 



Nombre 
d'actions. 



Montant 
pay4. 



Brought fomard 

Macdonell, Allan R 

Macdonell, Helen M 

Macdonell, Lucy A 

MacDonell, Emily J 

MacDonell, Harriette J 

MacDougall, Janet F. A 

MacDougall, Jean J 

MacDougall, Mary 

MacDougall, Mary 



Estate late. 
Married. . . . 



Spinster . 



MacDougall, Mary L 

MacDougall, S. E. Douglas.. 

Macduff, A. Frederick 

Macfarlan, Catherine N , 

Macfarlan, Jessie J 

Macfarlan, Sarah K. B 

Macfarlane, Ann 

Macfarlane, Cecilia 

MacGarvey, Mary 

Macgregor, Jessie 

Macgregor, J. Hej-wood 

Macgregor, Murdoch 

Maclnnes, Mabel S 

Maclnnes, Margaret F 

Macintosh & Hvde 

Macintosh, Preble 1 intrust. 
Bovey, Wilfridj 

Maclntyre, Peter M 

Mack, Lestina D 

Mackay, Christina 

Mackay, Eldridge, P 

Mackay, Joanna 

Mackay, Josephine 

Alackay, Hon. Robert 

Mackay, Sarah B 

Mackay, Thomas, Jr 

Mackay, William F 



Widow 

Executrix and usuf. 

legatee 

Widow 



Montreal, P.Q 

Frimley, Surrey, Eng. 
Montreal, P.Q 



Gentleman. 
Estate late. 
Spinster 



'Bournemouth, Eng 

Tunbridge Wells, Eng. 
Montreal, P.Q 



Estate late. 
Widow 



Spinster 

Hardware merchant 

Estate late 

Widow 

Married 

Accountants 

Accountant 

Lawyer 

Advocate 

W' idow 



Cassadaga, Fla., L'.S.A.. 

Montreal, P.Q 

New Glasgow, N.S 

Ri\^erport, N.S 

Mineville, N.S 

Montreal, P.Q 



78.848 


S 7,884,800 


211 


21,100 


8 


800 





500 


49 


4.900 


49 


4.900 


17 


1.700 


17 


1.700 


183 


18,300 


183 


18.300 


125 


12.500 


188 


18.800 


38 


3.800 


158 


15.800 


164 


16,400 


105 


10.. 500 


9 


200 


24 


. 2,400 



Manager B, of M. 

Widow 

Married . 
Senator. . 

Widow 

Estate late 

Gen. merchant. 



Mackenzie, Edith M 

Mackenzie. Francis A. A 

Mackenzie. George 

Mackenzie, Alexander G., (deceased). 

Mackenzie, Georgiaa 

Mackenzie, Hector •; . . . 

Mackenzie, Jane 

Mackeiizis, Jessie E 

Mackenzie, Kenneth A. J 

Mackenzie, Roderick 

Mackenzie, Sir Stephen 

Mackerras, Margaret 

Maclagan. Robert D 

MacLean, Charles W 

Maclean, Rev. James 

MacLeay, A., and Riddle Bros., in trust.. 

Maclennan, Alexander D 

Macmaster, Donald. K. C, M.P 

Macmaster. Ella V 

Mac.Millan, Duncan A 

MacMillan, Rev. Hugh 

Macmorine, Mildred 

Macmorine, Rev. Samuel 

Macnab, Charles R. S 

Maenab, Frances A 

Macnachtan, Margaret H 

Macnaghten, Russell E., in trust 

Macnee, Catherine R 

Macnider, Agnes. 

Macnider, Archibald 

Macnider, Francis 

Macnider, Ida 

Macnider, James 

Macnider, Laura 

Macnider, Marj' 

Macphenson, Sir David L., K.C.M.G 

Macpherson, W. Molson 

Macpherson, W'. Molson, in trust 

Macrae, Ada B 

Macrae, Catherine A. L 



Married 

Insurance clerk. 

Gentleman , 

Widow 

Estate late 

Spinster 



Callander, Scotland 

Derby Line, Vt.,U.S.A... 

Montreal. P.Q 

Bathurst, N.B 

Renfrew, Ont 

Quebec, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 

Bridgewater, N.S 

Ottawa, Ont 

Invergordon, Rosshire, 

I Scotland 

ILos Angeles, Cal., U.S.A.. 
jMontreal. P.Q 

London, England 

Montreal. P.Q 



Physician . . 
Estate late. 



(Deceased) widow. 

Gentleman 

1 Merchant 

Clergyman 

General store 

Druggist 

Advocate 

Married 

Bank manager 

Clergyman 

Spinster 

Estate late 

Gentleman 

iMarried 



Melbourne, P.Q 

Halifax, N. S 

Portland, Oregon', U.S.A.. 

^Montreal, P.Q 

Dorking, Surrey, Eng 

Sierra Madre, Cal. .U.S.A. 

London, England 

Brockville, Ot 

Eglington, Ont 

Danville, P.Q 

Kemptville, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 



Professor 

Married 

.Spinster 

Banker 

Estate late... 

Spinster 

Stock broker . 
I Spinster 



Hespeler, Ont . . 
Elmsdale, N.S. 
Toronto, Ont. .. 
Brandon, Man.. 
Ottawa, Ont 



Westmount, P.Q 

North ^'ancouver, B.C. 

Kingston, Ont 

Little Metis, P.Q 

Montreal. P.Q 

Little Metis, P.Q 



Quebec, P.Q 

'Little Metis, P.Q. 



Estate late. 
Merchant... 



Carried forward . 



Toronto, Ont. 
Quebec, P.Q.. 



Spinster London .England . 



18 
4 
2 

7 

9 

16 

1 

191 

468 

11 

60 

2 

47 

11 

800 

2 

2 

6 

8 
18 

20 

80 
1,900 
25 
23 
24 

8 
10 
24 

8 
117 

2 

23 

33 

285 

324 

41 

5 
15 
10 

2 
32 

9 

8 
31 

2 
27 

2 

2 
150 

2 

8 
346 
128 

8 
92 
60 



1.800 
400 
200 
700 
900 

1.600 
100 

19,100 

46,800 

1,100 

6,000 

200 

4,700 

1.100 

80.000 

200 

200 

600 

800 

1,800 

2,000 

8,000 
190,000 
2,500 
2,300 
2,400 

800 
1,000 
2,400 

800 
11,700 

200 

2.300 

3,300 

28,500 

32,400 

4,100 

500 
1,500 
1,000 

2oO 
3,200 

900 

800 
3,100 

200 
2,700 

200 

200 
15.000 

200 

800 
34,600 
12,800 

800 
9,200 
6,000 



86,003 i 8.000,300 



SHAliEHOLDElis IS CEARTERED BiyKS 
SESSIONAL PAPER Mo. 6 

Bank of INIoiitreal — Banque de ^Montreal. 



25 



Name. 
Xom. 



Description. 



Post Oflfice Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d 'actions 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



London, England. 
Montreal, P.Q 



I 



Brought forward I 

Macrae, Lucy C [Spinster. . . 

Macrae, Rose L S Widow 

Macrae, William, in trust 'Estate late 

MacTier, Ethel j Married. . . 

MacTier, Ethel, in trust " 

MacVicar, Eleanor |Widow W'estmount, P.Q 

Magor, J. Harold [Manufacturers'agent ' Montreal, P.Q. . 

Maguire, Denis T., usufructuary [Retired labourer — " 

Maguire, John H Bank messenger Halifax, N.S 

Mahony, Thomas H Insurance agent Quebec, P.Q 

Malloch, .Archibald E., M.D jPhysician Hamilton, Ont.. 

Malloch, Edmund S Electrical engineer.. Laehine, P.Q. . . 

Malloch, Edward G., K.C ;Barrister Perth, Ont 

Malloch, Frances G 

Malloch, George S 

Malloch, Harriet, in trust 

Malloch, Jean O 

Malloch, T. Archibald 

Manchester City Mi-^^sionary Society 

Manufacturers Lite Insurance Co 

Marchand, Eva Le B 

Marchand, John O 

Marden, Heber 

Maritime Commercial Traveller's Ass'n. 

Marler, Herbert M 

Maroger, Jean P.E.A 

Marshall, Edward 

Marshall, Jamies 

Marshall, Mary B 

Marston, Reuben S y. 

Martin, Annie 

Martin, Edith 

Martin, George 

Martin, Mabel F 

Martin, Margaret F 

Mason, Lucy G. 



Spinster Hamilton, Ont 

Civil Servant Ottawa, Ont 

Widow Arnprior, Ont 

Spinster Hamilton, Ont. . 

Medical student i " 

Manchester, X.H 

Toronto, Ont 

Married Westmount, P.Q 

Architect " 

Gentleman Clifton, Bristol, Eng.. 

Halifax, N.S 

Notary public Montreal, P.Q 

Bridge engineer Nimes, Gard, France 

Stationer Halifax, N.S 

Estate late [Montreal, P.Q 

Spinster Halifax, N.S 

Miller Warden, P.Q 

Spinster Folkestone, Eng 



U.S.A. 



Massey, W. Morton 

Masson, The Hon. Joseph 'Estate late 

Masson, Joseph L. de G., M.D 1 " 

Masson, Louis H. R " 

Masson, Marie G.S.R ' " 

Masson, Raymond .Artiste sculpteur 

Masson, Roderique B Gentleman 

Mathers, Ada H Married 

Mathers, Annabella 



Clerk Montreal, P.Q 

Married Hamilton, Ont 

[Montreal, P.Q 

Widow Bournemouth, Eng. 

Insurance agent Quebec, P.Q , 

Montreal, P.Q. 



Terrebonne, P.Q.. 
Montreal, P.Q 



Terrebonne, P.Q. 



Matheson, Anna 

Matheson, Eliza J 

Matheson, Joanna 

Matheson, Joseph 

Matheson, Hon. Roderick 

Mathias, Marv 

Mathieu, M. t. Louisa / Widow 

Boyer, Louis A \ Curator 

Matthews, Eliza H lEstate late. . . 

Matthews, George H " 

Matthews, A'irginia P 'Widow 

Maude, Frederick, S.A ; 'Gentleman 

Maude, Helena L ' Widow 

Maxwell, Eliazbeth S ; Married 

Mayhew, Constance E ' " 

Meacham, Rev. George M Clergyman 

Aleighen, Letitia Married 

Meighen, Robert Estate late 

Meighen, Robert S IClerk 

Meikle, George D I Merchant 

Meikle, John H [Engineer 

Mendes, Rica, Institute and / I Married 

Meldola de Sola, Rev. A D., curator\ [Clergyman 

Mercer, Lawrence C 'Bank clerk 

Meredith, Charles [Stock broker. . 

Meredith, Edward G Notary public 

Meredith, Elspeth H i Married 

Meredith, Frederick E., K.C, in trust 
Meredith, H. V 



.... HaUfax, N.S., 

" Toronto, Ont. 

Spinster Perth, Ont. . . 



Retired merchant. . . Lower L' Ardoise, C.B . . 

Estate late Perth, Ont 

Married Montreal, P.Q 



[Bournemouth, Eng. 



Fredericton, N.B. 

Quebec, P.Q 

Toronto, Ont 

Perth, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q. . .. 

Perth, Ont 

Morrisburg, Ont. . 



New York, N.Y. 
Montreal, P.Q . . . 



U.S.A.1 



Merrett, Katherine S. 
Merrill, Charles W.... 
Merrill, Clara R 



Carried forward. 



Quebec, P.Q.. 
Montreal, P.Q, 

Advocate 

President Bank of] 

Montreal " 

Married | " 

Metallurgist [San Fransico, Cal., U.S.A. 

Married. 



86,003 

78 

39 

26 

HI 

17 

22 

10 

14 

5 

4 

20 

6 

133 

5 

5 

22 

5 

6 

46 

55 

15 

63 

26 

3 

10 

5 

9 

2 

2 

10 

22 

12 

4 

5 

111 

6 

20 

413 

39 

78 

446 

19 

12 

1 

204 

14 

14 

14 

5 

56 

163 

19 

2 
14 
87 
77 
20 

1 

2 

17 

11 

300 

7 
44 
44 

36 

6 

30 

99 

100 

8 

300 

11 

111 

111 



11 



8,600,300 

7,800 

3,900 

2,600 

11,100 

1,700 

2,200 

1,000 

1,400 

500 

400 

2,000 

600 

13,300 

500 

500 

2,200 

500 

600 

4,600 

5,500 

1,500 

6,300 

2,600 

300 

1,000 

500 

900 

200 

200 

1,000 

2,200 

1,200 

400 

500 

100 

600 

2,000 

41,300 

3,900 

7,800 

44,600 

1,900 

1,200 

100 

20,400 

1,400 

1,400 

1,400 

500 

5,600 

16,300 

1,900 

200 
1,400 
8,700 
7,700 
2,000 

100 

200 

1,700 

1,100 

30,000 

700 
4,400 
4,400 

3,600 

600 

3,000 

9,900 

10,000 

80O 

30,000 

1,100 

11,100 

11,100 



89,892 



8,989,200 



26 



DEPARTMEXT OF FIXANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 



Bank of Montreal — Banque cle Montreal. 



Name. 

Nom. 



Description. 



Brought forward . 

Messenger, Charles B 

Messervy, Philip C ' 



Metcalf , Clara 

Metcalf , Edward S 

Metcali, Isabella 

Middleton, Henrietta M 

Alillar, Margaret R 

Millard, Elizabeth 

Miller, Catherine A 

Miller, Harriett, F., Institute/.. 

Benson, George, F \. 

Miller, Jane G 

Miller, Robert, in trust 



Miller, William R 

Milroy, Susannah S 

Ministers, Widows' and Orphans' Fund of the 
Sj-nod in the Maritime Provinces of the Presby- 
terian Church in Canada 

Missionary Society of the Methodist Church 
of Canada 

Mitchell, Alfred 

Mitchel 1, Andrew 

Mitchell, Charles H 



Mitchell, Ella L.. 
Mitchell, Walter. 
Moat, John F 



Moat, William. 



Moffat, Elizabeth 

Mofifat, Jane C 

MoUon, Edne 

Molson, Agnes 

Molson, Eva M 

Molson, Herbert 

Molson, John E., M.D 

Molson, John W 

Molson, John W /. 

Elliott, Jamea, curator. 1. 



Molson, John W 

Whyte, W'illiam H. }In trust 



Molson, Kenneth 

Molson, Lillias, S 

Molson, Mabel 

Molson, Percival f. 

Kingsman, Abner, jr\. 

Molson, William A 

Molson, William H 

Monahan, John L 



Monk, Caroline J 

Monk, Madeline A 

Monro, .Amy 

Monro, Neville F 

Montgomery, Anne M 

Montgomery, Rev. Hugh 

Montizambert, Alice L., Institute 

Montizambert, Frederick, M.D 

Montizambert, Mary J 

Montizambert, William C 

Montreal Auxiliary Bible Society 

Montreal General Hospital 

Montreal General Hospital, Edward 

Fund 

Montreal Maternity 

Montreal Protestant House of Industry and Refuge 

Montreal Protestant Orphans' Home 

Montreal St. Bridget's Refuge 

Montreal St. Patrick's Orphan .\sylum 

Montreal Tramways Mutual Benefit Association. . 

Moody, Catherine L 

Moody, Josephine I 

Mooney, Agnes 



Student 

Commercial travel- 
ler 

Spinster 

Can. exf)ort agent . . . 

Spinster 

liarried 



Post OfEceAddress. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Middleton, N.S. 



Spinster. 



Married 

Curator 

Spinster 

Chartered account- 
ant 

Stock broker 

Estate late 



Insurance clerk. 

Estate late 

Commission r 

chant. 

Married 

Merchant 



en- 



Ret . electrical 

gineer 

Estate late. . .^;^, 

Spinster 

Actress 

Estate late 

Spinster 

Brewer 

Physician 

Insurance broker 



Gen. Man. Molson's 

Bank. 
Insurance broker — 
Man. Royal Marine 

Ins. Co 

Stock broker 

Spinster 



Moss 



Carried forward . 



Man. Nat. Tr. Co. 

Bond Broker 

Physician 

Bank clerk 

Proprietor of travel- 
ling theatrical Co. 

Married 

Widow 

Spinster 

Bank clerk 

Married 

Estate late 

Married 

Physician 

Married 

Bank manager 



Montreal, P.Q 

Cobourg, Ont 

Sidcup, Kent, Eng. 

Cobourg, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

St. Marv's, Ont.... 
Montreal, P.Q..,.. 



Kingston, Jamaica, W.I. 



Halifax, N.S. 



Toronto, Ont 

Edinburgh, Scotland. 
HaUfax, N.S 



Dun Murray, Co. Antrim, 
Ireland 



Stafford, England. 
Pembroke, Ont — 



London, England 

Montreal, P.Q 

Westmount, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 

Goring Hall, Sussex, Eng. 
.Montreal, P.Q 



Newboro, Ont. 
Cornwall, Ont.. 
Montreal, P.Q. 
Toronto, Ont. . . 



New Richmond, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 

Early, Nr. Reading, Eng. 
Ottawa, Ont 



Widow . . 
Married. 



Glace Bay, N.S. 
Montreal, P.Q... 



89,892 
1 

2 

27 

2 

27 

10 

184 

4 

62 

60 

28 

4 
4 
2 

52 

14 
5 
6 

3 

15 
2 

41 

212 

15 

2 

15 

356 
30 
80 

777 
33 

22 



15 

90 
90 

111 

342 
29 



Yarmouth, N.S.. 
Toronto, Ont. . 



15 
24 

2 
2 

75 
75 
70 
15 
257 
11 
13 
26 

6 
6 

60 

31 

105 

377 

55 

U 

2 



93,928 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
oaye. 



3,989.200 
100 

200 
2,700 

200 

2,700 

1,000 

18,400 

400 
6,200 

6,000 

2,800 

400 
400 
200 



5,200 

1,400 
500 
600 

300 

1,500 

200 

4,100 

21,200 

1,500 

200 

1.500 

35,600 
3,000 
8,000 

77,700 
3,300 

2,200 



800 

1.500 
9,000 
9,000 

11,100 

34,200 
2,900 

800' 

1,500 

2,400 

200 

200 

7,500 

7,500 

7,000 

1,500 

25,700 

1.100 

1.300 

2.600 

600 

600 

6.000 

3,100 

10,500 

37.700 

5.500 

1.100 

200 

800 

9,392.800 



f;HAREHOLDERS IX CHARTERED BAXKS 



27 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Norn. 



Brought forward 

Moore, Jessie E 

Moore, Kat herine H 

Moore, Sarah H. B., usufructuary 

Moore, William J 

Moren, Emily A 

Moron, Martha E 

Moreton, Hilda W 

More\v<x5d, Mary E 

Morewood, Mary E 

Morgan, Anna E. L 

Morison, M. Klyne B 

Morrice, David 

Morrin, Amy 

Morrin, Jeannie E 

Morrin, John. No. 1 account 

Morrin, John, No. 2 account 

Morrin, Maria 

Morris, Charles K 

Morris, Conrad \V 

Morris, Ellen A 

Morris, F. Augustus 

Morris, Jessie 

Morris, Jessie C 

Morrison, Amy M 

Morri.^on, .\my M 

Morrow, Marion L 

Morse, Jessie G 

Mortimer, Helen M 

Mott, Catherine A., (deceased) 

Mountain, Catherine S 

Mountain, Rev. Jacob J. S 

Moyse, Je.s.sie M 

Mudge, Elisa L 

Mudge, Greta M 

Mudge, Henry J 

Mudge, Sarah E 

Muir, Annie 

Muir, Robert, in trust 

Muir, William 

Muir, Winifred M 

Mulholland, Jo.seph 

Mulligan, Ada E 

Mulroney, Catherine 

Municipality Township of Beckwith, Ont. 
Municipality Township of Ramsay, Ont... 

Munn, Elizabeth 

Munro, John C 

Munro, Peter, M.D 

Munro, William 



Murchie, Frederick M.. . . 
Murphy, Rev. Charles' H. 
Murphy, Hon, Edward.. . 

Murphy, Edward J 

Murphy, John L 

Murphy, John M 

Murphy, Mary 

Murphy, Mary L 

Murphy, Samuel H.: 

Murray, Alexander - 

Murray, Annabella 

Murray, Emily A 



Description. 



I Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares . 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Spinster . 



Widow 

Gentleman. 
Spinster . . . 

Widow 

Married 



Trustees of. 
Married 



Merchant. 
Spinster . . 
Married . . 
Farmer . . . 



Spinster 

Gentleman . 
Merchant . . . 
Married . . . . 

Farmer 

Widow 

Married. . .. 



Kingston, Ont. 



Stanbridge East, P.Q. 

London, England 

Halifax, N.S 



Wilmington, Del., U.S.A. 
Bergerville, P.Q 



Montreal. P.Q 

Velasco, Texas, U.S.A. 

Montreal, P.Q 

Petit Brule, P.Q 

Brown's Gore, P.Q 

Petit Brule, P.Q 



Wallace. N.S. 



Trustee for . 

Widow 

Spinster 



Spinster 

Widow 

Estate late 

Married 

Spinster 

Married 

Investment agent. 
Estate late 



Gentleman. 
Married . . . . 
Estate late. 

Spinster 

Widow 



Spinster 

General merchant. 

Estate late 

Retired bank 

manager 

Merchant 

Clergyman 

Estate late 

Wholesale dry goods 

Gentleman 

Wholesale dry goods 

Widow 

Spinster 

Retired merchant.. 

Estate late 

Spinster 

Married 



Murray, 
Murray, 
Murray, 
Murray, 
Murray, 
Murray, 
Murray, 
Murray, 
Murray, 
Murray. 
Murray, 
Murray, 
Murray, 



E. S. Ranney Gentleman. 

Florence M Married 

Louisa jSpinster. 

Jane M 

Katherine G 

Margaret O 

Marv 

Sarah H.P 

Walter G 

Walter H 

William 

William A 

William F.. M.D 



Musgrave, H. and E. 



Carried forward . 



Widow 

Married 

Spinster 

Married 

Spinster 

Estate late 

Gentlenaan 

Estate late 

Engineer 

Surgeon in H. M. 
dian Army .... 
Merchants 



Middleton, N.S 

Wallace, N.S 

Halifax, N.S 

Hamilton, Ont 

Newcastle-on-Tyne. Eng. 

Ottawa, Ont 

Halifax, N.S 

Boston, Mass., U.S. A 

Montreal. P.Q 

Dartmouth, N.S 

Quebec, P.Q 

Cornwall, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 



Wimbledon, Surrey, Eng. 
London, England 



Montreal, P.Q. 



Port Hope, Ont 

Halifax, N.S 

Carleton Place, Ont 

Almonte, Ont 

Quebec. P.Q 

Margaree Harbour. N.S. 
Montreal, P.Q 



St. Stephen, N.B. 
London, England. 
Montreal, P.Q... . 

Halifax, N.S 

Ottawa, Ont 

Halifax, N.S 



Montreal, P.Q 

Halifax, N.S 

Montreal, P.Q 

Westmount, P.Q 

Schuylerville, N.Y., 

U.S.A 

St. John, N.B 

Westmount, P.Q 

St. John, N.B 

Westmount, P.Q 



In- 



st, John, N.B... . 

Toronto, Ont 

Massawippi. P.Q. 

Westmount, P.Q. 
Montreal, P.Q... 



Belfast. Ireland. 



93,928 

11 

11 

28 

340 

2 

30 

18 

11 

2 

2 

2 

200 

57 

8 

27 

30 

66 

1 

3 

6 

4 

5 

15 

12 

74 

6 

10 

27 

8 

46 

52 

200 

20 

150 

8 

4 

17 

102 

714 

6 

20 

62 

7 

28 
26 
26 
7 
30 

280 

17 

4 

66 

1 

150 

3 

15 

15 

6 

164 

166 

4 
8 
8 
8 

22 

11 
8 
2 
2 

50 

2 

1,700 

75 

36 
20 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



$ 9,392,800 
1,100 
1,100 
2.800 
34,000 
200 
3,000 
1,800 
1,100 
200 
200 
200 
20,000 
5,700 
800 
2,700 
3.000 
6,600 
100 
300 
600 
400 
500 
1,500 
1.200 
7,400 
600 
1,000 
2,700 
800 
4,600 
5,200 
20,000 
2,000 
15,000 
800 
400 
1,700 
10,200 
71,400 
600 
2,000 
6,200 
700 
2,800 
2,600 
2,600 
700 
3,000 

28,000 

1.700 

4(X) 

6,600 

100 

15.000 

300 

1,500 

1,.500 

600 

16,400 

16,600 

400 
800 
800 
800 

2,200 

1,100 
800 
200 
200 

5,000 

20O 

170,000 

7,500 

3,600 
2,000 



99,312 



9,931,200 



28 



Di:PARTMEXT OF FIXA^^CE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 



Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Brought forward. 

Mussen, Elizabeth C 

Mussen, Nora F 

Mussen, Thomas 

Myers, Peter 



Description. 



Post OfBce Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Spinster 

Estate late. 



Cayuga, Ont... 
Montreal, P.Q. 



McAdie, William F 

McArthur, Helen M 

McArthur, Margaret 

McArthur, Peter 

McBrine, Agnes R 

McCallum, Georgia 

McCallum, Josephine 

McCallum, Lachlan T 

McCallum, MaryA 

McCallum, Peter, Jr 

McCarthy, C. Ida 

McCarthy, James M 

McCarthy, James M., Institute 

McCarthy, John G 

McCarthy, John G., Institute 

McCarthy, John G., Institute 

McCarthy, John L. G 

McCaskill, S. Lillian A 

McColl, Mary, No. 1 account 

McCoU, Mary, N.o 2 account 

McColl, Thomas M., No. 1 account. 
McColl, Thomas M., No. 2 account. 
McColl, William H., No. 1 account. 
McColl, William H., No. 2 account. 

McColl, WiUiam H., in trust 

McConnell, Annie B 

McCormick, Christina 

McCosh, Margaret A 

McCready , Ann 

McCready, Catherine 

McCready, Michael 

McCready, Catherine 

McCready, James 

McCuaig, Matilda 

McCuUoch, Agnes H 

McCurdy, Robert W 

McDonald, Mary 

McDonnell, William 

McDougall, Isabella 

McDougall, Margaret E 

McDougall, Sarah C 

McElroy , James 

McElwaine, S. George 

McEwan, Patrick A 

McFarlane, A. Maude R 

McFiggins, Arthur J 

McGee, Agnes C 

McGibbon, Alexander 

McGibbon, Colin F 

McGillivray, Kate 

McGoun, Archibald 

McGrath, Pactrik T 

Mcintosh, Ethel F 

Mclntyre, Charles C 

Mclntyre, Duncan 

Mclntyre, Janet 

Mclntyre, Jean 

Mclntyre, John M 

McKean, Edward 



Lumberman and 

miller 

Gentleman 

Spinster 

Estate late 



Married . 
Spinster. 



.'Jeddore, N.S 

. Oshawa, Ont 

. Ottawa, Ont 

. , Westmount, P.Q . . 
. ! Merrick ville, Ont. 

. .Toronto, Ont 

Stromness, Ont.. . 



Gentleman. 
Estat« late. 



Widow , 

Civil engineer . 



Cobourg, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 

Quebec, P.Q 



Physician . 



Estate late. 
Widow 

Spinster 



Farmer . 



Married . 



Widow -. 

Spinster 

Widow 

Estate late. 



Married . 



McKean, George 

McKeeman, Frank J. E. and.. 
McKceman, Henrietta, tutrix. 
McKenzie, George 



McKenzie, Hector A 

McKillop, Ethel A 

McKinstry, Arthur W., and. 
McKinstry, Harriet M.. 

McLachlrn, Claude 

McLachlin, Hugh F 

McLaren, Hon. Peter 

McLaurin , Christy A 



Gentleman 

Spinster 

Bank manager 

Spinster 

Widow 

Spinster 

Privy Council Office 
Manufacturers' agent 

Gentleman 

Married 

Farmer 

Spinster 

Farmer 

Engineer 

Spinster 

Cadet, R.M.C 

Journalist 

Married 

Merchant 

Wholesale dry goods 

Widow 

Spinster 

VVholesaledry goods 
Commissioner of 

Customs 

Lumber merchant. . 

Clerk 

Widow 

Retired H. B. Co. 

officer 

Estate late 

Married 

Trustees marriage 

settlement of 

Estate late 



Senator. 
Widow . . 



Carried forward J 102, 515 



Montreal, P.Q. 



Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 

St. Joseph du Lac, P.Q.. 



Watch Hill, R.I., U.S.A. 

Ormstown, P.Q 

CoUingwood, Ont 

Montreal, P,Q 



Belleville, Ont , 

Gait, Ont 

Stratford, Ont 

Bournemouth, Eng. 

Moosejaw Sask 

St. John's, Nfld 



Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 

Chicago, 111., U.S.A.. 

Montreal, P.Q 

Fenella, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 

Douglas, N.B 

Butte, Mont., U.S.A.. 
Montreal, P.Q 



St. John's, Nfld 

New York, N.Y., U.S.A. 
Montreal, P.Q 



Winnipeg, Man. 
Montreal, P.Q. 



Belfast, Ireland 

St. John, N.B 

St. Lambert, P.Q. 



Winnipeg, Man. 



Calgary, Alta 

(Edinburgh, Scotland. 

Arnprior, Ont 



Perth, Ont 

Vankleek Hill, Ont., 



99, 312 

4 

2 

11 

4 

5 

4 

11 



$ 9,931,200 

400 

200 

1,100 



62 


6,200 


24 


2,400 


51 


5,100 


51 


5,100 


46 


4,600 


46 


4,600 


95 


9,500 


95 


9,500 


120 


12,000 


150 


15,000 


102 


10,200 


120 


12,000 


150 


15,000 


2 


200 


207 


20,700 


22 


2,200 


10 


1,000 


2 


2oa 


10 


1,000 


3 


300 


10 


1,000 


30 


3,000 


30 


3,000 


22 


2,200 


5 


500 


11 


1,100 


30 


3,000 


30 


3,000 


28 


2,800 


200 


20,000 


25 


2,500 


23 


2,300 


4 


400 


4 


400 


1 


100 


10 


1,000 


22 


2,200 


10 


1,000 


10 


1,000 


20 


2,000 


33 


3,300 


11 


1,100 


26 


2,600 


20 


2,000 


1 


100 


1' 


100 


5 


50d 


2 


200 


5 


500 


3 


300 


131 


13,100 


131 


13,100 


12 


1,200 


131 


13.100 


130 


13.000 


20 


2,000 


10 


1,000 


16 


i,6oa 


32 


3,200 


10 


1,000 


37 


3,700 


20 


2,000 


105 


10,500 


105 


10,500 


257 


25,700 


15 


1.500 


102,515 


10,251,500 



SHAREHOLDERS IX CHARTERED BAXKS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



29 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Brought forward . 

McLean, Allan N 

McLean, Sarah 

McLeish, William C 

Mclennan, Alice 

McLennan, Bartlett 



Estate late 

Widow 

Retired 

Spinster 

Pres. Mont. Trans- 
portation Co 



Berlin, Ont 

Taymouth, N.B. 
Montreal, P.Q... 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



Mcl^ennan, Bartlett, in trust 

McLennan, I'arquhar Estate late. 

McLennan, Francis, K.C Advocate. 

McLennan, Isabella C 'Spinster. . . . 

McLennan, John S Retired — 

McLeod, Helen M Estate late 

McLeod, Kate , Married. . . . 

McLeod. Lily G. A jSpinster... 

McLimot, Christina 

McLimont, Helena i " 

McLimont, John C, in trust .Merchant.. 

McLimont, Sarah E Widow 

McLimont, Sarah E., usufructuary " 

McLimont, William, in trust •. {Estate late 

McMa.ster, Amelia Widow 



Dundee Centre, 
Montreal, P.Q. 



P.Q. 



Spinster. 



Estate late. 



McMa-ster, Jessie R 

McMaster, Margaret 

McMaster, Sarah J 

McMaster, William ;Pres. Can. Explos 

ives. Ltd 

McMeekin, Rev. Henry, LL.D Clergyman 

Mc M i llan, Amelia M Spinst«r 

McMillan, Annie W j " 

McM illan, Elizabeth [Married 

McMillan, H. Louisa Spinster 

McMillan, Henrietta R " 

McMilhin. John C [Estate late 

McMillan, John W |Gentleman 

McMillan, Sarah S Spinster 

McNaim , Hester A I Married 

McNeil, John 'E.state late 

McNeill, Alexander I Farmer 

McNeil, Margaret ISpinster 

McPherson, Hon. David Gentleman 

McTavish, George T iEstate late 

McWood, William 'Car Builder .... . 

Nairn, Thomas M., in trust i Retired marine super- 

I intendent 

National Breweries, Ltd. , in trust 

National Trust Co., Ltd 

Naylor, Esther 'Spinster 

Naylor, Jessie Z iWidow 

Neelin, James M Gentleman 

Neill, Christiana !Estate late 

Neish, Rev. Charles W ' Clergj-man 

Neish, Ethel S Spinster 

Neish, Frances M " 

Neish, Robert A Civil servant 

Neish, Sarah S Widow 

Nelles. Christie A Married 

Nelson, Annie E Spinster 

Nelson, Emily Widow 

Nelson, Jessie S Spinster 

Nesbitt, Margaret D.' Married 

Newman, Emily S Widow 

Newton, Charles H Official a.ssignee 

Newron, William J. Estate late 

Neyret, Jean B Mechanical contrac- 
tor 

Nichols, George E. E Solicitor ; . 

Nichol.eon, Emily M Spinster 

Nicholson, Emily M I " 

Hannan, R. Adrian Curator 

Shaw, James W Trustee 

Nicholson, Florence S Married 

Nicholson, Harry E Gentleman 

Nicholson, Harry E j " 

Hannan . R. Adrian 'Curator 

Shaw, James W Trustee 

Nicholson, Harry E Institute 

Hannan, Walter R Curator 

Nicholson, R. George C Butcher 

Nicolls, Rev. Gustavus G |ClergjTnan 



Sydney, N.S 

Montreal, P.Q 

Glace Bav, N.S 

St. Johnsbury, Vt., U.S.A 
Victoria, B.C 



Quebec, P.Q. . 
Victoria, B.C. 



Quebec, P.Q 

Westmount, P.Q. 



Montreal, P.Q... 
Fort Steele, B.C. 
Halifax, N.S 



W^estmount, P.Q. 



Toronto, Ont 

Notre Dame de Grace.P 

Halifax, N.S 

Toronto, Ont 

St. John's, Nfld 

Wiarton, Ont 

Lame, Antrim Co. Ireland 

jHalifax, N.S 

'Winnipeg, Man 

Montreal, P.Q 



Toronto, Ont 

Halifax, N.S 

Port Arthur, Ont 

Wellington, Ont 

Granville, Ferry, N.S. 
Halifax, N.S 



Ottawa, Ont 

Halifax, N.S 

Toledo, Ohio, U.S.A.. 

Westmount, P.Q 

Ottawa, Ont 

Westmount, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 

Oxford, England 

Winnipeg, Man 

Quebec, P.Q 



Grenoble, France. 

Halifax, N.S 

Westmount, P.Q.. 



Montreal, P.Q 

Franklin, Ma.ss., U.S.A. 
Montreal, P.Q 



W'estmount, P.Q. 
Montreal, P.Q... 



I West mount, P.Q. 
[Montreal, P.Q... 
[Westmount, P.Q. 



Carried forward I ' 104,743 10,474, SW 



102,515 

35 

2 

11 

23 

166 

23 

18 

55 

25 

55 

164 

2 

2 

33 

31 

14 

60 

228 

6 

8 

5 

5 

2 

200 

20 

3 

3 

2 

41 

41 

2 

6 

3 

25 

26 

37 

22 

4 

115 

46 

14 
4 

45 
2 
S 

50 
5 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

13 
4 

66 
4 

23 

18 
222 

16 

10 
5 

27 

16 

15 
11 

15 



15 
25 
16 



S 10,251,500 

3,500 

200 

1,100 

2,300 

16,600 
2,300 
1,800 
5,. 500 
2,500 
5,500 
16,400 
200 
200 
3,300 
3,100 
1,400 
6.000 
22,800 
600 
80O 
500 
500 
200 

20,000 

2,000 

300 

300 

200 

4,100 

4,100 

200 

600 

300 

2,500 

2,600 

3,700 

2,200 

400 

11,. 500 

4,600 

1,400 
400 

4,500 
200 
800 

5,000 
500 
200 
200 
200 
200 
200 
,300 
400 

6,600 
400 

2,300 

1,800 
22,200 

1,600 

1,000 

500 

2,700 

1,600 

1,500 
1,100 

1,500 



1, 



1,500 
2,.i00 
1,600 



33 



DEPARTMEXT OF FINAyCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 



Bank of Montreal — Banque de IMontreal. 



Name. 
Xom. 



Married . . . . 
Gentleman 



Brought forward 

Nicolson. G.Clara C 

Noble, JohnH. B 

Gladstone, Henry N 

Thompson, Thomas W Solicitor . 

Xoel, Lazare Estate late 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Winnipeg, Man 

Newcast le-on-T jTie, 
Ix)ndon, England . . . 



Eng. 



Quebec, P.Q. 



Norbury. John, Jr Retired stock-broker London, England 

Ryder, Hon. Archibald D Stock broker 



Nott, George. 

Xowlan, Agatha 

Noyes, Annie D 

Xoyes, May 

O'Brien, Annie F 

O'Brien, .Austin E 

O'Brien, Everett A 

O'Brien, Hon. James 

O'Bryan. Joseph S 

O'Connor, Andrew 

Odell, EllaW 

Odell, Fanny E 

Odell, M. Kearney 

O'Dwver, Rebecca C 

Ogli vie, Albert E 

Oglivie, Alice H 

Ogli vie. Flora D 

Oglivie, Gavin L 

Oglivie, Marv A . . . 

O'Malley. Lt'.-Col. Frederic W 

O'Neil, Elizabeth, legatee 

O'Neill, John F 

O'Reillv, Bernard 

O'ReillV, Edward B 

O'Reillv, Rev. Thomas W 

Orr, William C 

Osborne, RosaljTide F 

O'Shaughnessv, Daniel 

Osier, Sir Edmund B 

Osier, Edward H., trustee 

Osier, Sir William, Bart 

Otter, Charles 

Owen, Emma 

Owens, Robert, tutor 

Oxley, E. Wilmot 

Packwood, Mary A '. 

Paisley, Louise F 

Palm, Eliza 

Palmer, L Gladys H 

Panet, Nancy 

Pangman, Marie L 

Pann, Elizabeth I 

Pardey, Amelia 

Parke, Boyle S 

Parker, Fanny A 

Parker, Fanny H 

Parker, The Rev. George H., in trust. 

Parker, Gertrude 

Parker, Mary E 

Parker, Susan H 

Parker, Walter M 

Parker, William F 

Parker, William N 

Parsons, John W. , M . D 

Parsons, Langdon B 

Parson, William D 



Patenaude, Charles S.A. . . 

Paterson, .\lexandcr T. 

Paterson , Bertha 

Paterson, l-:thel .M 

Paterson, Geraldine 

Paterson, Grace G 

Paterson, Isabella B 

Paterson, John 

Paterson, R. MacDougall. 

Paton, Hugh 

Pattee, H. Gordon 

Pattee, Lewis G 



Estate late 

Asst. postmaster. 

Gentleman 

Spinster 



Architect... 
Estate late. 
Married 



Eng. 



Harpenden, Herts 

Montreal, P.Q 

Chicago, III., U.S.A.. 



Merchant. 



Capitalist 

Spinster 

Married 

Capitalist 

Married 

Lt .-Colonel 

Spinster 

Farmer 

Retired policeman. 

Phjsician 

Clergyman 

Merchant. 



Ottawa, Ont... 
Montreal, P.Q.. 
Kingston, Ont . . 
Dublin, Ireland. 
Montreal, P.Q. . 
Cornwall, Ont .. 
Montreal, P.Q. . 
Hamilton, Ont. 
Montreal, P.Q.. 
Stratford, Ont.. 
Spinster rr4iamilton, Ont. . 



Gentlemen. 

Stock broker 

Agent Dom. bank.. 

Physician 

Notary public 

Spinster 

Farmer 

Estate late 

Married 

Widow 



Married . 
Spinster . 



Dover, Kent, Eng. 
Noel, N.S 



Montreal, P.Q... 

Haliiax, N.S 

St. John's, Nfld. 
Halilax,.N.S 



Manchester, N. 
Montreal, P.Q. 



H., U.SA 



Montreal, P.Q 

Toronto, Ont 

Cobourg, Ont 

Oxford, England 

Chatenois, France 

Wimbeldon, Surrey, Eng. . 

Cypress River, Man 

Halifax, N.S 

Point St. Peter, P.Q 

Sackville, N.B 

HaUfax, N.S 

Ottawa, Ont 

Quebec, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 

Los Angeles, Cal., U.S.A.. 

Montreal, P.Q 

CharlesbourgRd.,P.Q... 



Number | 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pa\e. 



Married ^ . 

Estate late 

Farmer 

Spinster Dartmouth, N.S 

Married | " 

Clergyman jLennoxville, P.Q 

Married I " 

Estate late Worthington, England 

Spinster Sand Beach, N.S 

Retired banker Manchester, N. H., U.S.A 

Barrister Wolf ville, N.S 

Retired banker New Haven, Conn., U.S.A 

Estate late Portsmouth, N.H., U.S.A 

Merchant Rye, N.H., U.S.A 

Retired counsellor at 

law New York, U.S.A 

Steam engineer Lowell, Mass., U.S.A 

Estate late Montreal, P.Q 

Married I " 

*' Norwich, England 

Widow Montreal, P.Q 

Spinster | " 

Married ' " 

Merchant I " 

Manager | " 

President ' " 

Fruit grower Riverside, Cal., U.S.A... . 

Gentleman 



Carried forward 109, 67 



104, 743 
2 



10 

5 

4 

8 

16 

16 

16 

6 

18 

2,000 

10 

44 

18 

20 

20 

18 

329 

9 

5 

329 

30 

2 

2 

25 

50 

4 

2 

13 

12 

18 

111 

24 

111 

3 

10 

28 

6 

2 

2 

22 

5 

2 

10 

33 

78 

14 

10 

87 

166 

6 

10 

1 

128 

11 

22 

10 

11 

33 

2 

160 

222 

23 

41 

35 

19 

33 

44 

200 

70 

55 



$ 10,474,300 
200' 

800 

1,000 

50O 
400 

80O 

1,600 

1,600 

1,600 

60O 

1,800 

200,000- 

1,000 

4,400 

1,800 

2.000 

2,000 

1,800 

32.900 

900 

50» 

32,900 

3,000 

200 

200 

2,500 

5,000 

400 

200 

1,300 

1,200 

1.800 

11,100 

2,400 

11,100 

30O 

1,000 

2,800 

600 

20O 

20O 

2,200 

50O 

20O- 

1,000 

3,300 

7,800 

1,400 

1,000 

8,700 

16,600 

600 

i.rxw 

100 
12,S0O 
1,100 
2,200 
1,000 
1,100 

3,300 
200 

16.000 
2 2 , 200 

2,300 
4,100 
3.500 
1,900 
3,300 
4.400 

20.000 
7,000 
5,500 



10,967,200 



SEAREHOLBERS IX CHARTERED BANKS 



31 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d 'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pa>6 



Brought forward. 
Patten, Nathaniel E 



Patterson, .\ndrew 

Patterson, Rev. James 

Patterson, John 

Patterson, John D 

Patterson, M. Emily 

Paulin, C. H. Bradshaw 

Payzant , John Y 

Payzant. John Y., trustee 

Peard, Flora A 

Pearson, Annie 

Pearson. Charlotte E. C. A 

Peart, Minnie A., administrator of. 

Chapman, Eliza H 

Dicketts, Ada L 



Peck, Harriett M. C 

Peck, Margaret 

Pedneault, Mrs. Blanche E Married. 

Peniston, Rosina Spinster. 

Pennell, Georgina M Widow 

Pennoyer, Alexander R., M.D Physician. 

Penny, Helen Widow. 

Penny, James Estate late. 

Pension Fund Society of the Bank of Montreal. 

Pentland, Margaret Widow. 

Percy, Annie R Married . 

Perlev, Alice E Spinster . 

Perley, Charlotte H 

Perret, Marie A Widow. 

Perret, Paul F Heirs at law of., 

Perry, Louis \' Insurance broker. 

Peters, A. Louisa Trustees for. 

Peters, Edith A Married . 

Peters, Elizabeth A Spinster. 

Peters, Florence A 

Petherbridge, Mary D Widow . 

Pettit, Isobel M...' iMarried 

Peverley, Frederick R IXutor to 

Phelan, Thomas P 'President 



Retired shoe manu- 
facturer Hebron, N.S 

Capitalist Montreal, P.Q 

Presbyterian Chapln . " 

Gentleman Westmount, P.Q 

Bank clerk iMontreal , P.Q 

Married Thompson Station, N.S. . 



Garage . 
Barrister. 



Married . 



W'indsor. N.S. 
Halifax, N.S.. 



Buenos A vrea 

Montreal,' P.Q 

Derbyshire, Eng 

Guvsboro, N.S 

Dartmouth, N.S.... 
Norfolk Island, nr. 

tralia 

Denver, Col., U.S.A 

Estate late iMontreal, P.Q 



Aus- 



Lowell, Mass., U.S.A.. 

Ottawa, Ont 

Westmount, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 



Westmount, P. Q. 
Fredericton, N.B. 



Paris, France . 



Montreal, P.Q 

Quebec, P.Q 

Dereham Centre, Ont. 
Halifax, N.S 



Phillips, Charles S. 

Phillips, James 

Phillips, Jessie L. . 
Phillips, Mary I.... 
Phillips, Mary I.... 
Phillips, S. Ashton. 

Phillips, Henrv 

Philp, Mary M 

Phippen, KateE... 
Pickel, George P.. . 
Piddington, Alfred. 



J., in trust. 



Piddington, Annie. . 
Piers, Temple L. E. 



in trust. 



Pinhey , Catherine 

Pinhey, Charles H 

Pinhey, Horace 

Pinhey, John C 

Pinto, C. Harriet ■. 

Pinto, C. Octavia 

Pipon, Maude M 

Pitts, Janet T 

Plunket, Frances 

Pollock, Christina A 

Pollock, William 

Pollok. Rev. Allan, D.D. 
Pool, John 



Poole, Marj' A 

Pope, Louisa F 

Porteous, Frances H 

Porter, Clara P ' iWidow 

Porter, George lEstate late. 



Stationer. 



London, England 

iPembridge, Harts, Eng. 

Montreal, P.Q 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q. 



East Lothian, Scotland.. 
Hawkesburj-, Ont 

Westmount, P.Q 



Mining engineer iPort Hope, Ont. 

Widow 

Married 

Trustees for 

Spinster 

Estate late i Montreal, P.Q . . . 

Married ; New York, N.Y 

" 'Conway, Ont. . . . 

Curator to Iberville, P.Q 

Real estate and 

insurance 

Married 

Chartered account-! 

ant Halifax. N.S. 

Estate late Ottawa, Ont 



U.S.A. 



Montreal, P.Q. 
Quebec, P.Q... 



Married ^London, England. 



Porter, Susan M. 
Poston, William.. , 
Pottenger, Jane J. 



Widow Toronto, Ont 

Married iWestmount, P.Q. 

Spinster 'Montreal, P.Q. . . 

Married " 

Printer Cornwall, Ont 

Professor Halifax, N.S 

Manager Royal 

Bank St. Marjs, Ont.. . 

Widow Perth, Ont 

Spinster Quebec, P.Q 

Married Montreal, P.Q... 

jNew York, N.Y. 
Derby Line, Vt. 



U.S.A. 
U.S.A. 



Widow Peterboro, Ont. 

Estate late I Victoria, B.C.. . 

Widow 'Hamilton, Ont. 



Carried forward I J 112, 159 



109.672 

4 
112 

60 
320 
3 
2 
3 
3 
1 
2 
6 

21 



1 

51 

4 

4 

2 

5 

28 

22 

600 

28 

10 

14 

13 

38 

12 

37 

52 

4 

3 

10 

10 

26 

5 

100 

10 

5 

40 

11 

28 

6 

64 

2 

4 

14 

11 

2 



22 

22 

58 

26 

26 

4 

73 

8 

3 

44 

45 

13 

2 

6 

22 

50 

100 

53 

46 

35 



$ 10,967,200 

400 
11,200 

6,000 
32,000 
300 
200 
300 
300 
100 
200 
600 

2,100 

40a 



loa 

5.100 

400 

40O 

20O 

50O 

2,800 

2,200 

60,000 

2,800 

1.000 

1.400 

1,300 

3,800 

1.200 

3,700 

5,200 

400 

300 

l.OOO 

1,000 

2.600 

500 

lO.OOO 

1,000 

50O 

4.000 

1,100 

2,800 

600 

6,400 

20O 

400 

1,400 

1,100 
200 

400 

800 

2,200 

2,200 

5,800 



60O 
2,600 

40O 
7,300 

800 

30O 
4,400 
4,500 



1,300 

200 

60O 

2,200 

5,000 

10,000 

5,300 

4,600 

3,500 



11,215,900 



32 



DEPARTMEXT OF FIXAXCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 



Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Brought forward . 

Potts. James McC 

Powell, Flora C 



Detcription. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Xumber 
of shares. 



Amount 
Paid. 



Xombre ! Montant 
d'action.s.; pave. 



Physician 'Stirling, Ont 

Spinster Duncan's Station, Van- 
couver Island, B.C 

Ottawa, Ont 



112,159 
5 



Powell, Edith E 

Powell, Helen L 'Married 

Powell, M. Ursula i " | " 

Power, LawTence G Surviving trustee of Halifax, N.S , 

Power, Michael W i Gentleman I " 

Power, Patrick [Trustees of 1 " 

Powis, Rt. Hon. George I Gentleman Welshpool, Wales 

Pratt, Jessie [Married Undianapolis, Ind., U.S.A 

Predergast , Charlotte A " I London, Englnad 

Prentice, Elizabeth, in trust Estate late Montreal, P.Q 

Presbyterian Church in Can., The Board ofj i 

Trustees of the Toronto, Ont 

Presbjterian College, The Board of the Halifax, N.S 

Preston, Elizabeth lEstate late Bedford Mill, Ont 

Preston. Robert H., M.D IPhysician Newb'oro, Ont 



Preux. Jules A.A Gentleman. 

Prevost, Hector I " 

Prewer. Mary I Married 

Price, Cecilia Spinster 

Estate late. 



Paris, France. . . . 
'Montreal, P.Q... 
■Sheguindah, Ont. 
IQuebec, P.Q 



Montreal, P.Q. . . . 

Marble polisher Sydney, N.S.W... 

Spinster London, England. 



Montreal, P.Q. 
Ottawa, Ont... 
Lumbv, B.C. . 



U.S.A. 



Price, Charlotte I 

Price, Trustees of marriage settlement of Edward 

G. and Henrietta K 

Price, Edwin G. S 

Pries, Maria L ] 

Price, Caroline G.I 

Price, Anne M JJointlj- 

Price, Emily M . . ) 

Pride, Jessie and Agnes B iSpinsters. 

Pritchard, James S Phj-sician 

Procter, Hannah iMarried. . 

Proctor, John A 

Protestant Hospital for the Insane 

Providence Washington Insurance Co 

Prjce-Browne, Marianna I 

Pryor, Isabella B iTrustees of 

Purdy, William S Gentleman 

Purnej-, Mary E ! Married . . 

Purves, Jane A ISpinster 

Pyke, Emma C jMarried . . . 

Pyke, Rev. James 'Estate late 

Pyke, John G Barrister ^ .... 

Pyke, Mary L Estate late iMontreal, P.Q 

Pyke, Naomi F ! " i " 

Quebec Sa\'ings and Trust Co " 

Quebec, Corporation of the city of [Quebec, P.Q 

Quigley , Annie J Married Atchison, Kansas, U.S.A. 

Quinn, Jane Spinster Outremont, P.Q 

Rabaud, Georgina J 1 Married 'Montreal, P.Q 

Racey. Harriet S [Spinster Quebec, P.Q 

Racey, Herbert W., and others Gen. manager St. : 

Lawrence Pulp & 



Gentleman jBeaverton, Ont 

.:>>., . . IMontreal, P.Q .... 

[Providence, R.I. 

Spinster Chester, England . 

Halifax, N.S 

South Stukely, P.Q 
Sand Beach, N.S. .. 



I Vancouver, B.C. 
Montreal, P.Q. . . 



. [Liverpool, N.S. 



L. C'pn. 
Widow 



Chandler, P.Q 

Lennoxvilie, P.Q 

Sweet.sburg, P.Q 

Estate late iMontreal, P.Q 

Spinster 'Chelston, England 

Surgeon [Cambridge, Eng 

Married 'Boston, Mass., U.S.A. 

'Frdericton, N.B 

[Toronto, Ont 

Lachine, P.Q. 



Racey, Martha S., usufructuary ■. 

Racicot, Susan A 

Race, William 

Ramsay, Bella 

Ramsav, Robert A 

Randall, M. Isobel 

Randolph, Archibald D. Fitz Estate late 

Ranken, Helen F [Spinster 

Rankin, Georgina E I " 

Rankin, Louisa 'Married 

Rathbun, Bunella 'Widow 

Rathwell, Sarah M Spinster 

Rawlings, Alicia L : " 

Rawlings, George W 'insurance 

Rawlings, Henry E , Managing Director 

Rawlings, Lucretia Widow 

Rawlings, Edward Estate late 

Rawlings, Walter T Insurance 

Rawson, Jane A Estate late 

Raymond, Heloise Spinster 

Raymond, Rev. Joseph E Clergyman Ascot 'Corner, P.Q 

Raymond, Rev. Louis N [ " St. Hyacinthe 

Raynes, Annie 'Spinster Westmount, P.Q . . 



.Montreal, P.Q.. 
. [Deseronto, Ont. 
.Montreal, P.Q.. 



Winnipeg, Man. 
Montreal, P.Q. 



Lennoxvilie, P.Q.. . . 
St. Hyacinthe, P.Q. 



48 

69 

8 

4 

10 

100 

2 

2 

2 

33 
4 



16 

19 

10 
8 

20 

30 
100 

14 
6 
4 
6 

15 
2 
4 
1 

17 
4 

11 

12 
3 

20 
155 

15 



5 

50 

31 

20 

20 

98 

27 

31 

10 

19 

28 

33 

17 

18 

18 

17 

13S 

34 

17 

8 

2 

2 

2 

50 



S 11,215,900 
500 



2 


200 


6 


600 


50 


5,000 


29 


2,900 


6 


600 


30 


3,000 


92 


9,200 


133 


13,300 


10 


1,000 


18 


1,800 


60 


6,000 



4,800 

6,900 

800 

400 

1.000 

10,000 

200 

200 

200 

3,300 
400 



1.600 

1,900 

1,000 
800 

2,000 

3,000 
10.000 

1,400 
600 
400 
600 

1,500 
200 
400 
100 

1,700 
400 

1,100 

1,200 
300 

2.0IJO 
15.500 

1,500 



500 
5.000 
3.100' 
2,0iX) 
2,000 
9.800 
2,700 
3.100 
1,000 
1,900 
2. SIX) 



300 

700 

800 

800 

700 

,3.800 

3,400 

1,700 

800 

200 

200 

200 

5,000 



Carried forward ' 114.069 



11,406,900 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



33 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d 'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Mont ant 
pay6. 



Spinster. 



Estate late. 



Brought forward 

Raynes, Dora V 

Raynes. Ethel G 

Raynes, Mary T. V 

Raynes, Norah B 

Rea, David. Sr 

Rea, Eleanor, B Spinster. 

Rea, James McK Gentleman. 

Read, Emily A iSpinster. 

Read, Jessie iMarried . 

Ready, Mary 

Ready, T. Louis 

Reaves, George 

Reddy, William B. S 

Redmond, James 



Westmount, P.Q. 



Spinster 

Brewer 

Estate late 

Notary public 

President Redmond 

Co., Ltd 

Spinster 

Estate late 

Married 



Redpath, Alice E. 
Redpath, Annie J. 
Redpath, Florence 

Redpath, Francis R iCan. Sugar Ref . Co. 

Redpath, Grace jEstate late 

Redpath, Grace, in trust 

Redpath, Helen L 

Redpath, Jane M 

Redpath, John R 

Redpath, Lucy M 

Reed, Jsssie E 

Reed, Jessie E., in trust 

Reed, Jessie E., in trust No. 2 

Reekie, Isabella G 

Reekie, Jessie C 

Reeves, James D 



Spinster 

Estate late 

Retired rancher. 

Spinster 

Married 



Spinster. 



Heirs at law of. 



.■\rchibald Port Warden 

Lady Harriet D [Estate late. . . 

Peter ;Farmer 

Sir Robert G [Estate late. . . 

Robert G General superintend- 

I ent 

William D., M.D Physician 

Reid, William D [President, Reid 

Nfld. Co... 

Reid, W. Murray 'Civil engineer 

Reilley ~"" " ' — . - 

Remon 

Remon 

Rendel, 



Reid, 



Elizabeth iHeirs at law of 

^L Evelyn jWidow 

Susan P , Spinster 

George W JAttache in H.M 

j diplomatic service 
Rendel , George W 'Estate late 



Gentleman. 



Fur merchant. 

Judge 

Married 

Estate late 



Rendel, Silvio G 
Renshaw, .Sir C. Bine, Bart 

Revillon, Victor P.E 

Reynolds, Hon. Edmimd J. 

Reynolds, Elizabeth 

Reynolds, Helen E 

Reynolds, John G Stipendiary 

strate 
RejTiolds, Margaret A 

Reynolds, Mary L 

Rhind, Harriet 

Rhind, Thomas 

Rhodes, Francis B> F. 



Rhodes, Godfrey William. 

Rhodes, Godfrey W 

Rhodes, Francis B.F.. 



Williams, Very Rev. Lennox 
Rhodes, William 




Richards, David M 

Richards, James N 

Richards, Lillian F 

Richards, Mary L 

Richards, Hon. William. 

Richardson, Catharine. . 



Carried forward . 

6—3 



magi 



Spinster. 
Widow... 



Estate late 

Retired mining en 



gmeer 
Retired railroad 

officer 
Retired railroad 

officer 
Retired 

gineer 

Clergyman 

Asst. Supt. Baldwin 

Loco. Works 
Gentleman 



mining en- 



Montreal, P.Q. 



Halifax, N.S... 

tt 

Fairville, N.b'. 

tt 

Montreal, P.Q! 



Eastbourne, Eng 

London, England 

Pincher Creek, Alta. 
Montreal, P.Q 



Windsor, England 

Montreal, P.Q 

Pincher Creek, Alta. 

London, England 

Montreal, P.Q 



Cypress River, Man. 

Sherbrooke, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 



Chateauguay Basin, P.Q . 
Montreal, P.Q 



St. John's , Nfld 

Barre, Vt.. U.S.A 

St. John's, Nfld 

Westmount, P.Q 

St. Johns, P.Q 

Winnipeg, Man 

Jersey, Channel Islands. 



London, England 

Newcastle-on-Tyne, 

It it 

Houston, Scotland.. 

Paris France 

Brockville, Ont 



Eng. 



Rej-nolds, N.S. 



Hamilton, Ont. 
Halifax. N.S... 



Bergerville, P.Q. 



Quebec, P.Q. 



Spinster. 



Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A 

Fredericton, N.B 

Warkworth, Ont 



114,009 
46 
47 
50 
46 
24 

8 
20 

2 

2 

10 

10 

200 

4 

100 

9 

11 

8 

275 

222 

14 

10 

38 

340 

10 

4 

1 

1 

37 

37 

40 

166 

22 

85 

85 

2,160 

26 
22 

193 

84 

12 

39 

4 

26 

10 

16 

22 

3 

17 

4 

2 

2 

3 

35 

2 

2 

11 
11 



10 



Merchant and Sen- 
ator 

Widow 



Vancouver, B.C. 

Bideford, P.E.I. 
Quebec, P.Q 



26 

1 

26 

26 

6 

80 
6 



i 11,406,900 
4,600 
4,700 
5,000 
4,600 
2,400 

800 
2,000 

200 

200 

1,000 

1,000 

20,000 

400 

10,000 

900 

1,100 

300 

27,500 

22,200 

1,400 

1,000 

3,800 

34,000 

1,000 

400 

100 

100 

3,700 

3,700 

4,000 

16,600 

2,200 

8,500 

8,500 

216,000 

2,600 
2,200 

19,300 

8.400 

1,200 

3,900 

400 

2,600 

1,000 

1,600 

2,200 

300 

1,700 

400 

200 

200 
300 
3,500 
200 
200 

1,100 

1,100 



1,000 



2,600 

100 

2.600 

2,600 

600 

8,000 
600 



118,940 I 11,894,0C0 



34 



DEPARTMENT OF FIXANCE 

4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 
Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Brought forward. 

Richardson, Edward M 

Richardson, Frederick H 

Richardson, John A., in trust. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Richardson, Margaret T. 

Richardson, Mary 

Richardson, Peter L 

Ridout, Christina 

Ridout, Christina 

Rielle, Joseph 

Rimmer, Frances J 

Ritchie, A. Bruce 

Ritchie , Caroline J 

Ritchie, Helen A 

Ritchie, Reginald L 



Robbie, Elizabeth. . . 
Robbins, Albert P... 
Robbins, Josephine. . . 
Robertson, Ahce E . . . 
Robertson, Arthur F. 



Robertson, Arthur H 

Robertson, D. Stewart 

Robertson, Ellen 

Robertson, Fanny M 

Robertson, George, in trust. 

Robertson, Grace M 

Robertson, Helen C 

Robertson, Helen F 

Robetson, Helen I 

Robertson, Henry 

Robertson, Isabella B 

Robertson, James S 

Robertson, Jane 

Robertson, Jane M 

Robertson, Mary R 

Robertson, Robert A 



LawTie, Henry D 

Robertson, W. Fleet 

Robinson, Alexander 

Robinson, Anne , . . . 

Robinson, Arthur W 

Robinson, Elizabeth S 

Robinson, Emily L., in trust 

Robinson, Harriet J., usuf., legatee. 



Robinson, Mary H 

Robinson, Mildred C 

Robson, Alice 

Robson, Sarah C 

Roche, Hon. William 

Roche, William 

Roddick, Amy R 

Rodger, James 

Rogers, Alice M 

Rogers, R. Vashon 

Rolin, Constance 

Rolland, Mary L 

Romans, Nellie M 

Root, Charles I 

Root, Eliza M 

Roper, Jessie C 

Rosebush, Barbara J. M. . 

Rosenberg, Emily C 

Ross, Euphemia S 

Ross, Franklin T.. .. 

Ross, Grace 

Ross, Harriet A., in trust. 

Ross, James 

Ross, Jane C 

Ross, John A 

Ross, John T., in trust 

Ross, Leonora 

Roth-nell, Martha J 

Routh, Francis C 



Iron manufacturer. . . 

Superintendent 

Manager Imperial 

Bank of Canada. . . 

Spinster 

Trustees of 

Professor 

Married 

Trustees of 

Surveyor 

Spinster 

Mining engineer 

Widow 

Married 

Manager Royal Bk. 

of Can 

Married 

Farmer 

Married 



Lime Rock, Con., U.S.A. 
Clinton, Mass., U.S.A..., 



Montreal, P.Q. 
Quebec, P.Q... 
Montreal, P.Q. 



London, England 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 

Birkenhead, England. 

Vancouver, B.C 

Bridgeburg, Ont 

Vancouver, B.C 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
payfe. 



Supt. Nat. Drug & 

Chem. Co 

Farmer 

Merchant 

Widow 

Married 

• Retired physician.. . 
Spinster 



Married 

Widow^ 

Gentleman 

Spinster 

Rancher 

Surviving trustee for 

Spinster 

Widow 

Solicitor before Sup 

Court 

Stock broker 

Civil engineer 

Master mariner 

Spinster 

Mechanical engineer 

Widow 

Married .-. . 

Widow 



Regina, Sask 

Edinburgh, Scotland.. 
Chebogue Point, N.S. 

Yarmouth, N.S 

Montreal, P.Q 



Brookholm, Ont. 

Kingston, Ont 

Westmount, P.Q.. 

Kingston, Ont 

London, England. 
Montreal, P.Q 



Carried forward . 



Married . 
Spinster. 



Westmount, P.Q 

Brookholm, Ont 

Gainsborough, Sask... 

Montreal, P.Q 

Quebec. P.Q 

(Montreal, P.Q 

Edinburgh, Scotland. 



Victoria, B.C 

Littlehampton, Eng.. 

Quebec, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 

Toronto, Ont 

Littlehampton, Eng.. 
South Denver, Col. 

S.A 

Fredericton, N.B 

Calgarv, Alta 

Chicago, 111.. U.S.A. 



Merchant. . . 
estate late. 
Married . . . 
Merchant.. . 

Married 

Estate late. 

Spinster 

Married: . . 
Estate late. 
Gentleman. 
Married. . . . 



Married . 



Widow 

Jeweller 

Married 

Widow 

Estate late 

Married 

Curator to 

Merchant 

Married 

Estate late 

Tutor, coal importer 



Halifax. N.S.. 

Montreal. P.qI 

It 

Kingston, Ont. 



Airdrie. Alta 

Montreal, P.Q 

Beaver River, N.S. 
Westmount, P.Q 



Appleton, W'is., U.S.A. . 

Dartmouth, N.S 

Truro, N.S 

Calais. Me., U.S.A 

Thompson Staion. N.S. 

Quebec, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 



Montcalm, P.Q. . . 

Quebec, P.Q 

Vancouver, B.C.. 
London, England. 
Montreal, P.Q 



lib, 940 

1 

44 



6 
17 
50 
33 
40 
18 
30 
80 

2 

14 

2 

25 
8 

16 
8 

77 

10 

111 
11 
6 
10 
11 
22 

6 

4 
11 
76 
36 

9 
15 
340 
40 
12 
13 
11 
200 

2 
50 
22 

8 

5 
22 

"e 

4 
2 

53 

1.111 

3 

4 

44 
6 

30 
5 



S 11,894.000 

100 

4,400 



111 


11,100 


2 


200 


20 


2,000 


18 


1,800 


58 


6,800 


6 


600 


170 


17,000 


28 


2,800 


4 


400 


22 


2,200 


4 


400 


4 


400 


34 


3,400 


31 


3,100 


2 


200 


60 


6,000 



600 
1,700 
5,000 
3,300 
4,000 
1,800 
3,000 
8,000 

200 
1,400 

200 
2,500 

80O 
1.600 

800 
7.700 

1,000 

11,100 
1,100 
60O 
1,000 
1,100 
2.200 

600 

400 

1,100 

7,600 

3,600 

900 

1,500 

34,000 

4,000 

1,200 

1,300 

1.100 

20,000 

200 

5,000 

2,200 

800 

500 

2,200 

600 

400 

20O 

300 

100 

300 

400 

4,400 

600 

3,000 

500 



6 
111 



122.316 



12.231.600 



SHAREHOLDERS 7.\ CHARTERED BANKS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



35 



Name. 
Kom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions 



Amount 
Paid. 

MontaHt 
pay6. 



Brought forward 
Routh, Francis C 

Foy, James J 

CuvilliiT, George S 

Routh, Sur. Lt.-Col. Jules I.. 
Routh, William R 



Rous, Margaret E . . . 
Rowand, Edith K... 
Rowand, Margaret.. 
Rowe, Katherine A. 



Rowley William H. 
Rowlings, George.. 



Roy, Ferdinand, K.C 

Roy, Fredinand E 

Roy, Jessie G 

Royal Institution for the Advancement of Learning 
Royal Institution for the Advancement of Learn- 
ing, Wicksteed Est 

Royal Trust Co., The 

Royal Trust Co., The spec. acct. No. 2 

Roval Trust Co.. The, spec. acct. No. 3 

Royal Trust Co., The, in trust 

Royal Trust Co., The, "I" Baumgartcn trust 

Royal Trust Co., The, "M" Baumgarten trust 

Roj-al Trust Co., The, executor and trustees of . . . . 

Royal Trust Co., The, administrator of Archibald 

Cameron 

Royal Trust Co., The, "Cheney trust" 

Royal Trust Co., The, executor and trustee Sir 

Edward S. Clouston, Bart 

Ro>-al Trust Co., The, executor of Mrs. Frances 

Cotter 

Royal Trust Co., The, trustee for Marie S. D. 

Fournier 

Royal Trust Co., The, executor and trustee of 

Hon. William Fraser 

Royal Trust Co., The, trustee of Lady Grant. . . . 
Royal Trust Co., The, executor of Angus W. 

Hooper 

Royal Trust Co., The, trustee for estate late 

Jane M . Kerr 

Royal Trust Co., The, trustee under will of 

Frederick S. Lyman, K.C 

Royal Trust Co., The, trustee, George R. Major 

and Jessie M. Major 

Royal Trust Co., The, executor of Andrew 

Morrison 

Royal Trust Co., The, administrator of the 

estate Horace W. Mussen 

Royal Trust Co., The, executor of Alexander 

McLennan 

Royal Trust Co., The, '•Ogilvie Trust" 

Royal Trust Co., The, as executor of the will 

of the late William W. Ogilvie. . .■ 

Royal Trust Co., The, executor of Robert Peddie 
Ro.val Trust Co., The, executor and trustee of 

estate Clavering T.S.A. Peverley 

Royal Trust Co., The, trustee for Mrs. Emily 

L. Pipon 

Royal Trust Co., The, trastee for Redpath 

Donation 

Roj-al Trust Co., The, trustee under the will of 

James Reed, M.D 

Roj-al Trust Co., The, in trust for heirs at law 

of Henry W. Shepherd 

Royal Trust Co., The, executor of William Warren 
Royal Trust Co., The, trustee, executor and 

administrator of Mrs. Isabella W. Wilson 

Royal Trust Co., The, executor of Hugh B. 

Woodrow 

Royal Victoria Hospital 

Ruben, Mrs. Harline, Institute and 

Hart, David A., M.D., curator 

Rudolf, Edna H 



Trustees. 



Surgeon Lt.-Col. . . 
Late Col. 12th 

Suffolk Reg 

Married 

Spinster 



Montreal, P.Q.... 
London, England. 



Widow. 



Manufacturer. . 
Builder and 
mills 



Hoye, Sussex, Eng 

Cotes du Nord, France.. . 
Helena, Mont., U.S.A.... 

Redhill, Surrey, Eng 

Haverford west. S. Wales, 

B.B 

Hull. P.O 



Advocate 

Manufacturer. 
Spinster 



Estate John H. Bot- 
terell 



Married . . . 
Physician. 
Widow 



Musquodoboit 

N.S 

Quebec, P.Q... 
Paris, France.. 
Montreal, P.Q. 



harbour, 



Ottawa, Ont. . . 
Montreal, P.Q. 



Toronto, Ont. . 
Montreal, P.Q. 



Ottawa, Ont. . 
Montreal, P.Q. 
Toronto, Ont.. 
Montreal, P.Q. 
Ottawa, Ont. . . 



Toronto, Ont.. 

t* 

Montreal, P.Q'. 



Toronto, Ont.. 
Montreal, P.Q. 



Lunenburg, N.S. 



122,316 

131 

20 

20 
66 
12 
41 

10 
22 



2 
16 
11 

37 
837 

74 
530 
265 
2,857 
324 
500 
500 

142 

11 
300 

500 

24 

20 

26 
174 

262 

112 

160 

11 

2 

6 

25 

291 

222 
83 

'8 

4 

72 

75 

40 
33 

24 

232 
100 

24 

30 



$ 12,231,600 

13,100 

2,000 

2,000 
6,600 
1,200 
4,100 

1,000 

2,200 



200 

1,600 

1,100 

3,700 

83,700 

7,400 
53,000 
26,500 
285,700 
32,400 
50,000 
60,000 

14,200 

1,100 
30,000 

50,000 

2,400 

2,000 

2,600 
17,400 

26,200 

11,200 

16,000 

1,100 

200 

500 

2,500 
29,100 

22,200 
8,30t) 

800 

400 

7,200 

7,500 

4,000 
3,300 

2,400 

23,200 
10,000 

2,400 

3,000 



Carried forward j - , J 131 , 603 



13,160,300 



6— 3i 



36 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 



Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Brought forward. 
Rushton, William and 



Wadeson, Frederick G. 

Russel, EveljTi 

Russell, Harriet 

Rutherford, Amy E 

Rutherford, Fannie 

Ryan, Mary 

Ryan, Hon. Thomas 

Ryde, Ediths 

Samuel, Arthur M 

Samuel, Jean M., in trust. . . 

Sandeman, M. Maud 

Sanders, Essie C 



Sandford, Mabel M 

Sandham, Maria A 

Sandys, S. Lucinda 

Saunders, Rebecca 

Saville, Sumner C 

Saville, Henry M 

Saville, Huntington. 

Sawtell, Alfred E. F 



Sawtell, Frederick W. 



Jointly. 



Jointly. 



Sawtell, Maria 

Sawj'er, Ida 

Sawyer, Manfred J. C. 
Scalbert, Andre B. J . . 

Scherman, Julius 

Scholes, Francis 

Scholes, Mary 

Schuyler, Marie L.N.. 
Schwartz, Robert L.. . 



m trust. 
Boog 



Scott, Arthur G. 

Scott, Elizabeth. 

Scott, Erskine G. 

Scott, Ethel S. P. 

Scott, Hannah. 

Scott, Isabella. 

Scott, Jane H., usufructuray legatee and 

George R. \Vhite, curator 

Scott, Jean H 

Scott, Katlierine G 

Scott, Marie L 

Scott, Martha H 

Scott, Mary 

Scott, Mary B 

Scott, Patience W 

Scott, Walter A 

Scott, William B., usufructuary legatee and. 

White, George R., curator 

Scougall, Margaret. 

Seath, William 

Secord, Daniel 

Sedgewick, Mary S, 

Sedgewick, Mary S 

Seed, Josephine C. S 

Selby . L. Edith 



Col. 



Selby, Margaret 

Selby, Maria M.J 

Senklor, Agnes C 

Senkler, Edmund C 

Senkler, Eleanor M 

Senkler, Frances I 

Senkler, Honor 

Senkler, Hon. William S. 

Setchell, Charlotte 

Setchell, Samuel S 

Sewell, Edward L 

Sewell, Emily E 

Sewell, John M 

Sewell, Margaret A 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Indian Public Works 
Dept 



Reading, England. 



Indian staff corps. ..'London, Eng 

Married Montreal, P.Q. 

Trustees for Toronto, Ont. 

Spinster 



Married . . . 
Estate late. 
Married. . . 
Capitalist.. 

Spinster 

Married 

Widow 



Married 

Spinster 

Aj arried 

Physician 

Clergyman 

Lawyer 

Umbrella maunu- 
facturer 

Sec'y. Tor Cuban 
Grape Fruit Co., 
Ltd 

Estate late 

M arried 

Gentleman 

Banker 

Estate late 



Cheltenham, Eng. 

Montreal, P.Q 

Lachine, P.Q 

London, England. . 
Montreal, P.Q 



Newport Pagnell, Bucks, 

England 

London, England 

Toronto, Ont 

Chatham, Ont 

London, England 

Boston, Mass., U.S. A 

Waltham, Mass., U.S.A. . 
Cambridge, Mass., U.S.A. 

Toronto, Ont 



Montreal, P.Q 

St. Ives, Cornwall, Eng. 



Lille, France.. 
Montreal, P.Q. 



Widow 7>: . . 

Married 

Printer and pub- 
lisher 

Gentleman 

Spinster 

Hardware merchant I 

Married * j Kelso, Scotland. 

Spinster j Dublin, Ireland 

Widow Musselburgh, Scotland. 



Portland, Me., U.S.A.. 



Halifax, N.S 

Bromley, Kent, Eng. 

Montreal, P.Q 

Quebec, P.Q. 



Spinster ! Montreal, P.Q 



Widow. 



Number 
of shares. 



Amount 
Paid. 



Nombre I Montant 
d'actions.l pay6. 



Chazy, N.Y., U.S.A 

Yarmouth, N.S 

Chateauguay Basin, P.Q. 

Married Quebec, P.Q 

Student IChateauguay Basin P.Q. . . 

Gentleman " 

Bank manager Montreal, P.Q 

Colonel " 

Spinster Quebec, P.Q 

Estate late 'Montreal, P.Q 

Gentleman jBrantford, Ont 

Widow iHalifax, N.S 

Trustee for iMontreal, P.Q 

^) arried Stonewall, Man 

Spinster jNotre Dame de Grace, 

I P.Q 

Widow jMontreal, P.Q 

Spinster 1 " 

" Brockville, Ont 

Barrister 'Vancouver, B.C 



Spinster 

Widow 

Married 

County judge. 

M arried 

Rstatc late 



Widow 

-^tock breeder, 
uarried 



Perth, Ont. 



Salt Springs, N.S. 

it 

Quebec, P.Q 



Buenos Ayres. 
Toronto, Ont.. 



131,606 

1 


$ 13,160,300 


[ 32 


3.200 


^ 90 


9,000 


106 


10,600 


6 


600 


4 


400 


83 


8,300 


777 


77,700 


2 


200 


11 


1,100 


2 


200 


14 


1,400 


56 


5,600 


2 


200 


26 


2,600 


4 


400 


4 
51 


400 


5,100 


28 

■ 

37 


2,800 


3,700 


20 


2,000 


108 


10,800 


11 


1,100 


10 


1,000 


46 


4,600 


46 


4,600 


24 


2,400 


2 


200 


63 


6,300 


188 


18,800 


12 


1,200 


10 


1,000 


35 


3,500 


37 


3,700 


11 


1,100 


188 


18,800 


188 


18,800 


20 


2,000 


4 


400 


15 


1,500 


1 


100 


2 


200 


20 


2,000 


2,400 


200 


1 


100 


2 


200 


11 


1,100 


1 


100 


1 


100 


4 


400 


4 


400 


2 


200 


115 


11,500 


37 


3,700 


3 


300 


160 


16,000 


8 


800 


85 


8,500 


1 


100 


3 


300 


77 


7,700 


30 


3,000 


2 


200 


20 


2,000 



Carried fon^-ard | 134,592 



13,459,200 



SHAREHOLDEIiS /.V CHARTERED BANES 



37 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Brought forward 

Sewell, Margarita 

Shanks, Sarah H 

Shannon, Catherine A 

Sharkey, Margaret 

Sharkey, Rosa B 

Sharpies, Charles 

Sharpley, Eliza 

Shatford, E. Matilda 

Shatford, Robert P 

Shaughnessy, Sir Thomas G., K.C.V.O 

Shaw, Frederick J 



Shaw, Frederick W.L 

Shea , Priseilla 

Shearer, Creswell, M.D 

Shearly, Eva 

Shearly, John 

Shearly, Mary 

Shearly, Nicholas 

Sheffield, Mary A 

Sheltering Home, The 

Shepherd, Frances A. R 

Shepherd, Francis J., M.D 

Shepherd , George W 

Shepherd, John 

Shepherd, Margaret A 

Shepherd, Robert, \V., Sr., in trust. 

Shepherd, Robert W., jr 

Shepherd, Sherringham A 

Sheriff, Nora L 

Shevlin, Nora 

Shields, William de L 

Shiels, John 

Shiels, Mary J 

Shirres, Edith 

Shiriff, Helen 

Shortt, Ellen 

Sikes, Edward H 

Sills, Letitia M 

Simms, Florence M 

Simms, Florence M 

Hibbard, Frederick VV 

Simms, Frances 

Simms, Frances A 

Simms, Frances A 

Hibbard, Frederick W 

Simms, Francis H 

Simms, Frank H., in trust 

Simms, Henry 



Spinster . 

Widow. . , 
Spinster. 



Estate late. 
Widow 



Grocer 

President of C. P. R. 

Sec.-Treas., Mcln- 
tyre Son & Co., 
Ltd 

Organ builder 

Married 

Physician 

Spinster 

Checker 

Spinster 

Butcher 

Married 



Spinster. . . . 

Physician.. . 

Agent 

Farmer 

Widow 

Estate late. 
it 

Gentleman.. 

Widow 

Widow 

Bank clerk. 
Gentleman. 

Widow 

Married. . . . 

Spinster 

M arried . . . . 
Gentleman. 
Married.. . 
Spinster 



Post Office Address. 
Adressc. 



Buenos Ayrea 

Montreal, P.Q.... 

Picton, Ont 

Fredericton, N.B. 

Quebee,P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q. . . . 
Hubbards, N.S.. . 
Dartmouth, N.S.. 
Montreal, P.Q.... 



Toronto, Ont 

Quebec, P.Q 

Cambridge, Eng. 
Montreal, P.Q... 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



St. John, N.B. 
Montreal, P.Q. 



Alexandria, Ont 

Bradley Creek, Ont. 

Como, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 



Curator. 
Widow . . 
Spinster. 



Simms, Frances A 

Simms, Florence M., in trust. 

Simms, Henry W 

Simon, L'Abbe Pierre Adrien 



|Curator 

Estate late 

Farmer 

Manager Bank 

Montreal 

Spinster 



of 



Simons, William 

Simpson . Arthur G 

Simpson, Fanny M 

Simpson, J. Cradock 

Simpson Agnes .' 

Sims, Margaret 

Sinclair, M. Jean 

Sinton .\nna M 

Sinton, Elizabeth 

Sirois, Louis P., tutor 

Sisters of Charity in tust for the Poor Ward of 

Halifa.x Infirmary 

Skaife, Francis W., M.D 

Skaife, Lewis J 

Skeleton, John G., M.D 

Skeoch, James 

Skinner, Pattie W 

Skinner, Sir Thomas, Bart 

Slater, Esther 

Sloggett, Frances I 

Sloggett, Rev. Richard L 



Commander, R. N 
Honourary cannon 

etc 

Estate late 

Accountant 

M arried 

Real estate agent . . . 
Spinster 



Married . 
Spinster. 
Widow . . 
Notary . . 



Physician 

Civil engineer. 

Estate late 

Retired W. I. 

chant 

Widow 

Gentleman 

Estate late 

Widow 

Clergyman 



Carried forward. 



Guildford, Surrey, Eng. 

Georgeville, P.Q 

Peterboro, Ont 

Troy, N.Y.,U.S.A 

Halifax, N.S 

Dartmouth, N.S 

Montreal, P.Q 

Atlanta, Ga., U.S.A 

Kingston, Ont 

Ingatestone, Essex, Eng. . 

Kingston, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 



St. John's Nfld. 
Montreal, P.Q. . 



Portsmouth, Eng. 



Aurillac, France 

Quebec, P.Q 

Montclair, N.J., U.S.A. 

Westmount, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 



Halifax, N.S... 

Montreal, P.Q. 

tt 

Quebec, P.Q..'. 



Halifax, N.S 

Montreal, P.Q... 
Westnount, P.Q. 
St. John's, Nfld. 



Montreal, P.Q 

Worcester, Mass., U.S.A. 

London, England 

Ottawa, Ont 

Plymouth, Eng 

Calais, Me., U.S.A 



134, 592 
2 
2 
4 
3 
3 

58 

36 

9 

4 

340 



10 

135 

17 

17 

4 

4 

4 

71 

7 

2 

105 

130 

16 

15 

21 

72 

53 

47 

8 

20 

4 

4 

3 

2 

12 

12 

11 

5 



40 
30 



56 

2 

2 

2 

4 

5 

10 

6 

6 

11 

20 

12 

2 

4 
200 
110 

6 

50 
25 
400 
22 
40 
40 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



136.995 



13,459,200- 

200' 

200' 

400' 

300 

300 

5,800 

3,600 

900 

400 

34,000 



1,000 

13,500 

1,700 

1,700 

400 

400 

400 

7,100 

700 

200 

10,. 500 

13,000 

1,600 

1,500 

2,100 

7,200 

5,300 

4,700 

800 

2,000 

400 

400 

300 

200 

1,200 

1,200' 

1,10> 

500' 

500 

600 



400 
500 

600 

4,000 
3,000 



5,600 

200 

200 

200 

400 

500 

1,000 

600 

600 

1,100 

2,000 

1,200 

200 

400 
20,000 
11,000 

600 

5,000 
2,500 
40,000 
2,200 
4,000 
4,000 



13,699,500 



38 



DEPARTMHXT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 
Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Brought forward . 
Small, Alice G 



Small, Catherine G. 
Smart, Alfred M.... 



Smart, Laura P 

Smith, Albert C. and. 
Smith, Harrj- A.. 

Smith, Andrew Dr 

Smith, Anne M 

Smith, Beatrice M 

Smith, Charles D 

Smith, Charles F 

Smith, Charles J 



Description. 



Post OflBce Address. 
Adresse. 



Married. 



Estate late 

Manager The Ont. 
Ix)an & D. Co. . . . 
Spinster | Belleville, Ont. 



Ivy Depot, Virgiana, U.S. 

A 

Samia, Ont 

London, Ont. 



Smith, Constance N 

Smith, Edmund A 

Smith, Elizabeth 

Smith, Elizabeth A. C. 

Smith, Elizabeth U 

Smith, Emily 

Smith, Ethels 

Smith, F. Napier 

Smith, George E 

Smith, Gertrude 

Smith, H. Meredith.... 



Smith, 
Smith, 
Smith, 
Smith, 
Smith, 



Smith, Harriett 

Smith, H. Catterson 

H. Stanley 

James 

Jessie 

Letitia M 

Lilian C 

Smith, Mabels 

Smith, Maria L 

Smith, M.Edith 

Smith, Mary H 

Smith, Norah K. R 

Smith, Robert A 

Smith, Lady Sarah M 

Smith, Sampson S. H 

Smith, Sydney F 

Smith, T. Watson 

Smith, Wilhelmina 

Smith, William 

Snetsinger, John G 

Snodgrass, Elizabeth A 

Snodgrass, William G 

Snowball, Margaret M 

Somerville, Annie 

Somerville, George 

Sovereign, Ernest M 

Spackman, S. H. Jessie 

Spalding, Lilly P 

Spence, Gilbert 

Spence, Harry J., in trust 

Spencer, Aldana R 

Spencer, Aldana R., trustee. 

Spencer, Margaret A 

Spencer, Walter H 

Spinks, Margaret B. S 

Spinney, Edgar K 

Spinney, Emma A. W 

Spragge, W. T. Henry 

Sprague, .■Mice E 

Sprins, Winthrop N 

Spurden, John \V 



Foundry men . . . 

Estate late 

Married 

Spinster 

Bank clerk 

Estate late 

Manager, North 
Railway 

Trustees of 

Merchant 

jMarried 

I Widow 

'Spinster 

!\Mdow 

Spinster 

iBank clerk 

iMerchant 

Spinster 

Chartered account- 
ant 

Married 



' Fredericton, N.B. 
I Toronto, Ont 



Montreal, P.Q... 
New York, N.Y. 
Montreal, P.Q... 



U.S.A. 



Quebec, P.Q 

Halifax, N.S 

MilfordStn, N.S 

Bellingham, Wa3h.,U 
Montreal, P.Q 



S.A. 



St. John, N.B. 
Montreal, P.Q. 
Halifax, N.S... 



Gentleman 

Retired B. of M. 

Estate late 

Spinster 



Widow 

Spinster 

'Married 

1 Spinster 

Estate late 

j Widow 

Estate late... 
jCivil servant. 
lEstat-e late. .. 

•Widow 

JEstate lat«. . . 



iMontreal, P.Q 

j Wimbledon, Eng 

! Dublin, Ireland 

Wimbledon, Eng 

Montreal, P.Q 

St. Leonards-on-Sea, Eng. 

Halifax, N.S 

Montreal, P.Q 

St. John, N.B 

Westmount, P.Q 



jSpinster 

jCorn factor 

I Married 

Married 

With Central Agency 

Farmer 

[Married 



Toronto, Ont.. 
Montreal, P.Q. 



Dorchester, N.B 

Halifax, N.S 

Macuata, Fiji Islands. 

Halifax, N.S 

St. John, N.B 

Windsor, N.S 

Ottawa, Ont 

Kilmacolm, Scotland. 



Estate late. 
I 
iWidow 



St. Andrew's .Society 

St. Denis, Alberta A. M 

St. Johnsbury Athenaeum 

St. Pierre de la Malbaie Corpn of, No. 2. 

Stack, .Alice .M 

Stack, Rev. John B 

Stack, Margaret L. I 

Stack, M. Olive 

Stack, Rev. Thomas L 



Spinster 

Electrical engineer. . 

Married 

Merchant 

Married 

Estate late 

Married 

Secretary 

Retired bank man- 
I ager 

Spinster 



Spinster 

Clergyman. 
Spinster 



Clergyman. 



Carried forward I 139, 245 



Chatham, N.B 

Inverness, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 

Rockford, III., U.S.A 

Montreal, P.Q 

Washington, D. C. U.S.A, 

Fort William, Ont 

Owen Sound, Ont 

Westmount, P.Q 



Ryde, I. of Wight, Eng... 

Montreal, P.Q 

Pasadena, Cal., U.S.A.... 
Yarmouth, N.S 



Montreal, P.Q , 

Winnipeg, Man 

Chicago, III., U.S.A... 



Fredericton, N.B 

Montreal, P.Q 

Point Fortune, P.Q 

St. Johnsburv, Vt.. U.S.A 

Point St. Peter, P.Q 

Dublin, Ireland 

Gateshead-on-Tyne, Eng. 

Dublin, Ireland 

Oxford. England 

.^shford, Kent, Eng 



Number 
of shares.! 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



136,995 

28 
14 

4 
1 

3 
55 
5 
7 
1 
116 

2 

34 
11 

4 

18 

111 

7 
10 

6 
50 

2 

10 
40 
38 
55 
44 

8 

6 
24 
10 

6 
IS 
20 
22 
130 
174 
11 
16 

1 
20 

6 

277 

31 

31 

131 

4 

50 

■ 4 

5 
14 

6 

10 
61 
61 
38 
55 

6 
15 

3 
105 

4 

2 

4 
88 

6 
22 

1 
18 

7 

18 
18 

7 



$ 13,699,500 

2,800 
1,400 

400 
100 



300 

,500 
500 
700 
100 

,000 



11 



200 
3,400 
1,100 

400 

1,800 
11,100 

700 
1,000 

6(j0 
5,000 

200 

l.OOO 
4,000 
3.800 
5,500 
4,400 

800 

600 
2.400 
1,000 

600 
1,800 
2,000 
2,200 
13,000 
17,400 
1,100 
1,600 

100 
2,000 

600 

27,700 

3,100 

3,100 

13,100 

400 
5,lX)0 

400 

500 
1,400 

600 
1,000 
6,100 
6,100 
3,800 
5,500 

600 
1,500 

300 
105,000 

400 

200 

400 
8,800 

600 
2,200 

100 
1,800 

700 
1,800 
1,800 

700 



13,924,5C0 



SHAREHOLDERS 7.V CHARTERED BANKS 



39 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Nom. 


Description. 


Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 


Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d 'actions. 


Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay 6. 








139,245 

10 
5 
5 

10 

6 

150 

10 
6 

24 
3 
3 

3 

20 
3 

24 

28 

13 

5 

1 

14 
6 
33 
20 
240 
22 
30 

] 11 

i 

2 
4 

2 

4 

16 

42 

151 

14 

15 

6 

155 

2 
10 
42 

55 
42 

2 
26 
11 

4 

68 
2 

83 

60 

16 

94 

27 

3 

10 

5 

11 

4 

4 

2 

4 

2,777 

27 

22 

4 

50 

2 

2 


S 13,924,500 
1,000 


Stairs. Isabella H 


Married 

Brewer 


Halifax, N.S 

Macclesfield, Eng 


Stancliffe, Richard S . . 


500 


Stanwav, Frances M 


Married 

Spinster 


Montreal, P.Q 


500 


Stanway, H Winnifred . ... 


ti 


1,000 




Merchant 


(( 


600 




(f 


It 


15,000 


Stark, Elizabeth I 


Spinster 


Ottawa, Ont 


1,000 


Stark, Gertrude F 


it 


Ticonderoga, N.Y., U.S.A. 
Kelso, Scotland 


600 


Stark, William 


Gentleman 


2,400 


Starke, Allen K . . 


Clerk 


Montreal, P.Q 


300 


Starke, George R 

Starke, George R \ 


Dom. Transport Co. 

Wholesale dry goods 
Estate late 


i< 


300 


1 




Hodgson, Thomas E., in trust/ 

Starke, .\laria 


:....: } 

tt 


300 
2,000 


Starke, Robert 


Merchant 


It 


300 


Stames, Henry P. B 


Trustee of the chil- 
dren of late 

Married 

Tutor 


tt 


2,400 


Starr, Margaret I 


St. John, N.B 


2,800 


Stead, Austin C 


Montreal, P.Q 

Fredericton, N.B 

Montreal, P.Q 


1,300 


Steadman, Emma J 


Widow 


500 


Steele, Zelie S . 


Married 


100 


Steele, Zelie S., in usufruct 




It 


1,400 


Steeves, G. Walter, M.D 


Physician 


London, England 

ti 


600 


Steeves, Mary 

Stephen, John G 


Estate late 


3,300 


Trustees of late 

King's counsel 

Married 


ti 


2,000 


Stephens, Pembroke S 

Stephenson, Agnes F 


tt 
Montreal, P.Q 


24,000 
2,200 


Sterens, Alice M 


Horsham, Sussex, Eng 

London Eng 


3,000 


Stevens, Edward and . 


Bank manager. 




Richardson, William 




1,100 


Stevens, Sarah B 


Spinster 


Lincoln, England 


200 


Stevens, Thomas G 


Insurance agent 

Spinster 


Dartmouth, N.S 


400 


Stevenson, Maria M. W 


Sound Beach, Conn., U. S. 
A 






Estate late 


200 


Stevenson, Richard R 


Montreal, P.Q 


400 


Stevenson, Samuel C 


. " 


Westmount, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 


1,600 


Stewart, Agnes . 


Spinster 


4,200 


Stewart, Rev. Alexander 


Clergvman 


Edinburgh, Scotland 

Haliiax, N.S 


15,100 


Stewart, C. Olivia 


Estate late 


1,400 


Stewart, Charles E . . . . 


Farmer . . 


Edibnurgh, Scotland 

Halifax, N.S 


1,500 


Stewart, Lt-Col. Charles J 


Lt.-Colonel 


600 


Stewart, David 


Manager 

Inspector of Peniten- 
t iaries 


Montreal, P.Q 


15,500 


Stewart, Douglas 


Ottawa, Ont 


200 


Steawrt, Eliza J. P 


Widow 


Aberdeen, .Scotland 

Montreal, P.Q . 


1,000 


Stewart, Elizabeth 


Spinster 


4.200 


Stewart, i lorence S 


Married 


Lachgoil, Argyllshire, 
Scotland 






5,500 


Stewart, Helen 


Montreal, P.Q 


4,200 


Stewart, Isabella 


Estate late 


Ottawa, Ont 


200 


Stewart, Isabella H 


Widow 


Westmount. P.O 


2,600 


Stewart , Jeanie 


Married 


Montreai. P.Q 


1,100 


Stewart, John, M. B., in trust 


Idalifax, N.S 


400 


Stewart, Lewes G 


Gentleman 


Ilfracombe. N.Devonshire, 
Knff 






Retired farmer 

Spinster 


6,800 


Stewart, Thomas A 




200 


Stikeman, Lucy A 


Glenbarr, Argyllshire, 






It 
tt 


8,300 


Stirling, Jessie 


Glasgow, Scotland 

n 

Winnipeg, Man 


6,000 


Stirling, Jessie L ■ 


1,600 


Stirling, Margaret 


Trustees of the late . 
Gentleman 


9,400 


Stobart, Frederick W 


2,700 


Stodart, Bertha M. B 


Married 


New York, N.Y., U.S.A.. 

Edinburgh-, Scotland 

New York, N.Y., U.S.A.. 
London, England 


300 


Stodart, Henrietta M 


1,000 


Stodart, John H 

Stoeving, Florentine B 


Fire insurance 

Married 

Commander R. N.. 
Produce merchant . . 


5oO 
1,100 


Stokes, John M 


400 


Stout, James H 


New York, N.Y., U.S.A.. 
Montreal. P.Q 


400 


Stout, Lewis A 


200 


Strange, Courtlandt M 


of Lewis Bros. Ltd. . 
Gentleman . 


400 


Strathcona and Mount Royal, Rt. Hon. Lord, 
G.C.M.G.. 


n 


277,700 


Stratton, Hon. James R 




Peterboro, Ont 


2,700 


Strickland, Caroline C 


Estate late 


Yiewslev, Eng 


2,200 


Stuart, Elizabeth 


Married 

Clergyman 


Hamilton, Ont 


400 


Stuart, Rev. Sir James, Bart 


Reading, Berks, Eng 

Colwyn Bay, Wales 

Montreal, P.Q 


5,000 


Stubbs, Emily F. A 


Married 

Baker 


200 


Stuttaford, Irving A 


200 










Carried forward 


143,832 


14,383,200 



40 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 



Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Brought forward. 

Sullivan, Denis P 

Sutherland, John 

Sutherland, Louis 

Sutherland, Mary 

Sutton, Emily 

Swanston, Thomas 

Sweet, Lillian 

Rufus 

Alice R 

Herbert R 

Lt. -Col. Walter H 

Sjin, Margaret N 

Syme, John 



Sweet, 
Sweny, 
Sykes, 
Sykes, 



Sjinmes, Abigail 

Tait, Elizabeth 

Tait, William, in trust. 
Tannahill, Robert 



Tanner, Charles P. 



Tasker, M. Helena J 

Taunton, S. Barbara 

Taylor, Andrew T 

Taylor, Clara M. Drummond. . . 

Taylor, Elizabeth 

Tavlor, Elizaberh 

Tajlor, Florae 

Taylor, Sir Frederick Williams. 



Taylor, Harriet L. Norton 

Taylor, John 

Taylor, Kathleen E 

Tavlor, Martha J 

Taylor, Wilham H 

Tedford, Ann W 

Templeton, Mary O 

Tennant, John and Margaret C. Galbraith. 



Tennant, Mary C. P 

Tessier, Cyrille 

Tessier, Florence 

Theobald, Ann I. M. and 

Newman, Emily S., usufructuaries 

Thibaudeau, Marie L., usufructuary 

Thin, Robert 

Thiriez, Emile D 

ThLstle, Frances M 

Thomas, Elizabeth A 

Thoma-s, Henrv W. and \- t_„„t 

Thomas, Alfred C. (deceased)../"' ^"^^■ 

Thoma.s, James Sutcliffe 

Thomas, J. Alick 



Thomas, Lucy A 

Thomas, Mary M 

Thomas, Myrrha C. E 

Thompson, Annie E 

Thompson, Clara P , 

Thompson, Elizabeth C 

Thompson, Hon. Frederic P. 

Thompson, Harriet A 

Thompson, James 

Thomp.son, Jans 

Thompson, Jessie L 

Thompson, ,\iargaret F 

Thompson, Maria 

Thompson, Thomas R 

Thom.son, Agnes Y 

Thomson, A. Bayard 

Thomaon, Donald C 

Thomson, Edith 

Thomson, Hylda G 

Thomson, Jamas 

Thomson, Jane 

Thomson, Katherine B 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Merchant . . . 
Estate late. 



Widow 

Spinster 

Estate late 

Widow 

Estate late 

Married 

Gentleman 

Lt. Col 

Widow 

Commission mer- 
chant 

Estate late 

Spinster 

Estate late 

Manager Bank of 
Montreal 

Gentleman 



Renous. N.B 

West River Station, N.S. 
Montreal, P.Q 



Sherbrooke, P.Q 

Winnipeg, Man 

Alhambra, Cal.. U.S.A.. 

Halifax, N.S 

Toronto, Ont 

Shrewsbury, Eng 

Guildford, Eng 

Wiarton, Ont 



St. John's, Nfld.. 

Toronto, Ont 

Westmount, P.Q. 
Montreal, P.Q... 



Spinster . 



Gentleman . 

Widow , 

Married. . . 



Estate late 

Bank of Montreal, 
general manager. . 

Widow 

Gentleman 

Spinster 

Widow 

Estate late .^ >, 

Married 



Trustees marriage. 

contract 

Married 

Notary public 

Married 

Widow 



Commission agent. 

Flax spinner 

Estate late 

Spinster 

Bank of Montreal . . 



Belleville, Ont 

Chulmleigh, N. Devon, 

England 

Mount Forest, Ont 

Stockbridge, Hants, Eng.. 

London, England 

Winnipeg, Man 

Montreal, P.Q 

Ganonoque, Ont 

Headingly, Man 



Montreal, P.Q. 
Kingston, Ont. 
Montreal, P.Q. 



Halifax, N.S 

Victoria, Australia. 
Yarmouth, N.S.... 
Belleville, Ont 



London, England. 

York, England 

Quebec, P. Q 



London, England. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



Three Rivers, P.Q 

Liverpool, England 

iLiile, Prance 

lOttawa, Ont 

iMalden, Mass., U.S.A., 

Montreal, P.Q 



Justice of the Peace . 
Architect 



Widow . . 
Married. 
Widow. . 
Widow.. 
Spinster. 



Hebden Bridge, Eng 

Worcester Park, Surrey, 

England 

Ottawa, Ont 

Quebec, P.Q 

Springfield, Mass., U.S.A. 

Toronto, Ont 

London , Eng 



Manufacturer. 

Married 

Estate late... 

Widow 

Married 

Spinster 

^larried 

Broker 

Spinster 

Gentleman.. . 

Xierchant 

Spinster 

Married .... 
Estate late. .. 

M arried 

Spiaster 



. Fredericton, N.B 

. Kinnear's Mills, P.Q 

. IPerth, Ont 

, 'BrookljTi, N.Y., U.S.A. 

.'Granby, P.Q 

.Perth Ont 

. Coaticooke, P.Q 

, Toronto, Ont ; 

. Halifax, N.S 

. Westmount, P.Q 

. Quebec, P.Q 

, Wolfville, N.S 

. Quebec, P.Q 

Halifax, N.S 

. Montreal, P.Q 

. HaHfax, N.S 



Carried forward . 



143,882 


$ 14,383,200 


40 


4,000 


2 


200 


24 


2,400 


3 


300 


6 


600 


46 


4,600 


1 


lOO 


4 


400 


24 


2,400 


55 


5,500 


37 


3,700 


26 


2,600 


22 


2,200 


34 


3,400 


6 


600 


144 


14,400 


84 


8,400 


2 


200 


6 


600 


28 


2,800 


250 


25,000 


20 


2,000 


76 


7,600 


6 


600 


16 


1,600 


30 


3,000 


11 


1,100 


326 


32,600 


71 


7,100 


103 


10,300 


32 


3,200 


20 


2,000 


35 


3,500 


157 


15,700 


34 


3,400 


8 


800 


5 


500 


} ^ 

58 


2.400 


5,800 


34 


3,400 


20 


2,000 


1 


100 


8 


800 


46 


4,600 


22 


2,200 


40 


4,000 


11 


1,100 


93 


9,300 


2 


200 


7 


700 


11 


1,100 


22 


2,200 


107 


10,700 


4 


400 


56 


5,600 


8 


800 


32 


3,200 


2 


200 


10 


1,000 


11 


1,100 


2 


200 


5 


500 


22 


2,200 


2 


200 


46 


4,600 


2 


200 


24 


2.400 


8 


800 


146,366 


14,636,600 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



4t 



Name. 
N'om. 



Brought forward. 

Thomson, M. Edith 

Thomson. Mary A 

Thomson, .Samuel R 

Thomson, Thomas C 

Thomson, WilHam J. G 

Thome, Alice M 

Thornloe, Rt. Rev. George... 

Thorpe, WilHam H 

Thouroude, Katherine D 

Thurgar, John V., Jr 

Tice, CharlesH 



Tilley, John A 

Tinning, Annie M 

Tipping, Col. W. Fearon. 

Tobin, Francis, 

Tobin, John 

Tobin, Thomas F., K.C. 



Tobin, Violet A 

Toronto Gen. Trusts Corpn., The, executor of 

George M. Clark 

Toronto Gen. Trusts Corpn., The, executor and 

trustee of William E vanson 

Toronto Gen. Trusts Corpn., The, executor of 

Charles E. Goad 

Toronto Gen. Trusts Corpn. , The, in trust for Ethel 

M . Hamilton 

Toronto Gen. Trusts Corpn., The, in trust for 

George T. Hamilton 

Toronto Gen. Trusts Corpn., The, in trust for Mary 

A. Hamilton 

Toronto Gen. Trusts Corpn., The, trustee marriage 

contract of Mrs. Margaret A. Lyde 

Toronto Gen. Trusts ®orpn., The, administrator of 

Jane Walton 

Toronto House of Industry, The 

Toronto Industrial Refuge and Aged Men's and 

Women 's Homes 

Torrance, Alice M 

Torrance, Rev. Edward F 

Torrance, John 

Tourangeau, ^'ictoria A 

Tovey, Maria E 

Townsend, William H 

Traill, Frances E 

Travers, John N 

Travers, Mary I 



Description. 



Estate late 

Widow 

Estate late 

Barrister 

Insurance agent 

Trustees for 

Bishop of .^Igoma. . 

Lace Manufacturer. 

Married 

Estate late 

Secretary and man- 
ager 

Master mariner 

Spinster 

Estate late 

Widow 

Estate late 

Barrister and solici- 
tor 

Spinster 



Travis, John J 

Trenholme, WiUiam H. 



Trew, Mary 

Trigge, Elizabeth 

Trigge, Henry H 

Trigge, Theodora 

Trinity Church, of Liverpool, N.S., Rector, War- 
den and vestry of the parish of . , 

Tripet-Skrvpitzine, Mrs. Marv A. (Minda) 

Trotter, Xoel " 

Tucker, Joseph J . . .'. 

Tuastall, George C 

TumbuU, Elizabeth , 

Turnbull, J. Ruth D 

Turnbull, John W 

Turnbull, Margaret -. 

Turner, Eliza 

Twining, Herbert, H., and\ 

Johnston, Charles P / 

Tydd, Mary E 

Tyler, Mary A 

Uniacke, Frederika D 

Uniacke, Robie 

Union Trust Co. and Peoples' State Bank 

Urquhart, Hugh 

Usbome, Jessie 



Widow 

Clergyman 

Steamship agent. 

Estate late 

Married 

Estate late 

Married 

Estate late 

Widow 



Real estate 

Manager Guarantee 

Pure Milk Co 

Spinster 

Widow^ 

Travelling salesman 
Spinster 



Trustees for. 
Capitalist... 
Gentleman.. 
Estate late. . 



Spinster 

Gentleman 

Spinster 

Estate late 

Bank manager. 

Manager 

Estate late 

Married 

Widow 

Estate late 



■\ 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Quebec, P.Q.,.. 
Montreal, P.Q. 
St. John, N.B. 
Toronto, Ont. . 
Halifax, N.S... 



Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. 

Nottingham, Eng 

Cherbourg, France 

St. John, N.B 



Montreal, P.Q 

Yarmouth. N.S 

Montreal ,P.Q 

Chepstow, Mon., Eng. 

Furgus, Ont 

Halifax, N.S 



Fergus, Ont. .. 
Toronto, Ont. 



Upper Lachine, P.Q 

Kingston, Ont 

Portland, Me., U.S.A 

Quebec, P.Q 

\Voking, England 

Yarmouth, N.S 

Prince Albert, Sask 

Toronto, Ont 

Bridge of Allen Scotland 

N.B 

Delta, Col., U.S.A 



Westmount, P.Q. 

Toronto, Ont 

Cookshire, P.Q.. 
Winnipeg, Man. . . 
Toronto, Ont 



Liverpool, N.S 

Montreal, P.Q 

London, England 

St. John, N.B 

Vancouver, B.C 

Quebec. P.Q 

Nottingham, England 

Newcastle-on-TjTie, Eng. 

Hampton, N.B 

Halifax, N.S 



London, England 

Montreal, P.Q 

Newport Landing, N.S. 
Halifax, N.S 



Number ' 

of shares. [ 

Nombrc ■ 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



Estate late. 



Detroit, Mich., U.S.A.. 

Wellington. Ont 

Toronto, Ont 



Carried forward 149, 200 



146.366 

4 

10 

46 

11 

1 

19 

16 

100 

22 

36 

2 

5 

2 

100 

16 

39 

1 
1 

360 

51 

HI 

7 

5 

5 

5 

27 



4 
11 
46 

2 

6 
35 
50 

2 
100 



42 

50 
8 
3 
2 
2 

2 
30 
55 

124 
8 

600 
9 
9 
8 
2 

20 

100 
11 
30 
10 

333 

4 

22 



% 14,636,600 

400 

1,000 

4,600 

1,100 

100 

1,900 

1,600 

10,000 

2,200 

3,600 

200 

500 

200 

10,000 

1,600 

3,900 

100 

100 

36,000 
5,100 

11,100 

700 

500 

500 

500 

2,700 
400 

400 
1,100 
4,600 

200 

600 
3,500 
5,000 

200 
10,000 

8,800 
4,200 

5,000 
800 
300 
200 
200 

200 

3,000 

5,500 

12,400 

800 

60,000 

900 

900 

800 

200 

2,000 

10,000 
1.100 
3,000 
1,000 

33,300 

400 

2,200 

14,920,000 



42 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 



Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Brought forward . 
Usher, Thomas 



K.C.M.G... 



Utting, Hannah 

Vallee, Honorine C 

Vallentine, James R 

Valpy, Drusilla D 

Valpy, Dumaresq C 

Valpy, Edward Le M 

Vaply, Lottie D 

Vanasse, Grace 

Van Buskirk, James S 

Vandall, Albertine 

Vhndali, Albertine, tutrix. 

Van Home, Edith B 

Van Home, Sir William C 
Van Straubenzie, Annie M. . . 
Van Straubenzie, Edith A. . . 
Van Straubenzie, Madeline E 

Vaughan, Emily F 

Vavssie, Marie T. H 

Veith, Stella M 

Vibert, Beatrice 

Vibert, Hilda 

Vibert, James 

Vibert, James, tutor 

Vibert, James, " 

Vibert, James, " 

Vibert, James, " 

Vibert, Jessie 

Vibert, Peter D 

Viets, Annie R jMarried 

Villeneuve, M. C. L. Jeanne 

Vincent, James lEstate late 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Nr., Hawick, 



Farmer Courthill, 

Scotland. 

Widow Montreal, P.Q 

Married Quebec, P.Q 

Gentleman London, England 

Widow J Perce, P.Q 

Secretary " 

Bookkeeper Sayabec, P.Q 

Spinster Perce, P.Q 

Married Duncan Station, P.Q. 

Shoemaker Oxford, N.S 

Widow Montreal P.Q 



Married 

Capitalist 

Widow Kingston, Ont. 

Spinster " 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d 'act ions. 



Married Melrose, Mass., U.S.A... 

Spinster Laval, Mayenne, France.. 

Montreal, P.Q 



Farmer. 



Trustee for. 



Corner of the Beach, P.Q. 



Viney, Rene.. 



Quebec, P.Q 

Farmer j Corner of the Beach, P.Q. 

Yarmouth, N.S 

Montreal, P.Q 

Winnipeg, Man 



Vondy, Agnes J 

Von Iffland, Harriet S 

Vooght , Janie 

Waddell, Elizabeth 

Waddell. R. Hallaway 

Wadleigh, Frederick P 

Wadleigh, John A., in trust 

Wadsworth, William R 

Wainman, Evelyn C 

Wainwright, H. Isabel 

Wainwright, Susan G. S 

Wait, Emma 

Wait, Emma, usufructuary 

Walcot, Florence M 

Walcott, Fanny C 

Walkem, Joseph B 

Walker, Arthur 

Walker, Edmund M 

Walker, G. L Daisy 

Walker, Helen F 

Walker, Henry S 

Walker, Sutherland M 

Wall{ice, Alice 

Wallace, Annie 

Wallace, Reginald, R., testamentary guardian. 

Wallis, Adah 

Wallis, Katherine E 

Walsh, Anna R 

Walsh, Dora 

Walsh, Marjorie T 

Walton, Frederick P.. K.C 



Wambolt, James P 

Wanklyn, Frederic L., tutor 

Ward, John J. C, in trust 

Ward, Charles L 

Wark, Hon. David 

Wark, Helena A 

Warner, Louisa C 

Warner, Louisa C, institute 

Warner, Louisa C institute & 

McCarthy, John G., curator, M.D. 
Warner, L. Margaret 



Inspector of 
ifc Fore.sts.. 

Spinster 

Married. . . . 
Widow 



Waters 



Clerk 

Farmer 

Gentleman. 
Estate late.. 
Widow 



Spinster.. 



Married 

Spinster 

Barrister 

Estate late 

Retired merchant. 

Maried 

Spinster 

Gentleman 

Manager 

Married 



Bank manager. 
Spinster 



Married . 



Dean Faculty of Law 

McGill College.... 

Gentleman 



Farmer 

Estate late. 

Spinster 

Widow 



Physician. 
Spinster.... 



Carried forward 150, 969 



Dijon, Cote-d'or, France.. 

Halifax, N.S 

Caterham, Surrey, Eng. . . 

North Sydnev, N.S 

Quebec, P.Q." 

Kingston, Ont 

East Berkshire, Vt., U.S.A 

Danville, P.Q 

Toronto, Ont 

Worcester, England 

Ottawa, Ont 

Hahfax, N.S 

Montreal, P.Q 



London, England. 



Kingston, Ont 

York, England 

Dartmouth, N.S 

L'Orignal, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 

Belleville, Ont.... 

Montreal, P.Q 

Hamilton, Ont 

London, England.. 

Paris, France 

Westmount, P.Q.. 
Cowansville, P.Q. 
xMalbay, P.Q 



Montreal, P.Q 

Halifax, N.S 

.Montreal, P.Q 

Westmount, P.Q 

Conrad, .Mont., U.S.A... 
Castlorock, Derry, Ireland, 

Montreal. P.Q 



149,200 

22 

22 

2 

111 

36 

1 

1 

1 

8 

2 

27 

11 

29 

11 

15 

2 

2 

10 

10 

2 

2 

1 

11 

2 

2 

2 

1 

4 

2 

4 

23 

2 

8 
1 
6 
3 

8 
62 

2 

1 
40 
22 

6 

1 
14 
18 
86 
46 

2 
14 

5 

9 

202 

50 

1 
40 
13 
46 
10 
10 
17 
15 

1 

15 

3 

128 

37 

2 

60 

24 

50 

160 

100 

50 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



1, 



$ 14,920,000 

2,200 

2,200 

200 

11,100 

3,600 

100 

100 

100. 

800 

200 

2,700 

1.100 

2,900 

1,100 

1,500 

200 

200 

1,000 

1,000 

200 

200 

100 

,100 

200 

200 

200 

100 

400 

200 

400 

2.300 

200 

800 

100 

600 

300 

800 

6,200 

200 

100 

4,000 

2,200 

600 

100 

1.400 

1,800 

8,600 

4,600 

200 

1,400 

500 

900 

20,200 

6,000 

100 

4,000 

1,300 

4,600 

1,000 

1,000 

1,700 

1,500 

100 

1,500 

300 

12,800 

3,700 

200 

6,000 

2,400 

5,000 

16,000 

10,000 

5,000 



15.096,900 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montrdal. 



43 



Name. 
Nom. 



Warner 
Warren 
Warren 
Washer 



Description. 



Brought forward 

Jiarv L Widow 

Henry H Estate late 

Margaret's'. '. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. ; Widow 

Annabella M Married 

Washer, Rev. Charles B Clergyman 

Waters, Edith .M. Brocas , Spinster 

Watson, Clara J ]^ 

Watson, Diana S |_ . ,■ •, 

Watson, Edmund F Retired farmer. 



f armer 

Widow 

Civil servant 

Trustees of marr- 
iage contract of.. . 
Estate late 



Watson, Edmund L 

Watson, Eleanor S 

Watson, Harrison 

Watson, Ruth A., and\ 
Watson, Harri.^on./ 

Watson, James 

Watson, John F Farmer. . . . 

Watson, Mabel S |\\idow 

Watson, Rachel E Married. . . 

Watson, Ruth ' 

Watt. Alexander 'Baker 

Watt, James M. M Gentleman 

Watt, James S lEstate late 

Watt, Stella E iMarned. . 

Watt, William H Retired factor 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Gentleman. 



Weatherbe, Karl 

Weaver. Mary A 

Weir, Alice A 

Wells, Gladys A 

Wells, Mary 

Wells, Marj-, guardian 

Wells, Preston A 

Wells, Thomas E 

Welsh, James H. M 

West, A. W 

West, John C 

West, John C 

West, Sarah A 

Weston, Rev. Walter C 

Wheeler, Annie P 

Wheeler, Claude L., M.D., in trust 

White, Annie G [Spinster.. . . 

White, Eva .M iMarried. . 

White, Florence R I 

White, Col. George R [Colonel. . . . 

White, I. Margaret 'Married. . 

White, John R IGentleman 



Civil engineer. 

Spinster 

Trustees for... . 

Married 

Widow 



Estate late 

Trustees of late . 

Gentleman 

Estate late 

Widow 

Estate late 

Spinster 

Physician 



Whitehead 
Whitehead 
Whitehead 
Whitehead 



White, Mary. 

White, Mary F., usufructuary legattee and\ 

White, Col. George R., curator /. 

White, Nellie M 

White, Hon. William 

Whitehead, Alfred B 

Whitehead, A. Whiston 

Benjamin J 

Catherine 

Joseph L 

Thomas H 

Whitehead, William M., Rt. Hon 

Whiteway, Sir William V.. K.C.M.G 

Whitman, Dorothy 

Whitman, Susan McN 

Whitman, .Susan McN 

Whitney, Edwin C 

Whyte, Maud J 



Widow 

Married ■. 

Colonel 

Spinster 

Retired judge, S 
Com. merchant. 

Author 

Gentleman 

Widow 

Gentleman 

Carriage mfgr... 

Barrister 

Estate late 

Spinster 

Married 

Trustee for 

Lumberman 

Widow 



Wicksteed, Harriet E. 

Wicksteed, Henry K 

Wicksteed, Louisa C 

Wigmore, Amy G 

Wilby, Harriette 

Wilgress, Meta C 

Wilkie, Angelica 

Willard, Agnes F 

Willcox, Grace F 

Williames, John C 

Williams, C. Annie 



Montreal, P.Q 

Monaghan, Ireland. . . . 
Chicago, 111., U.S.A... 
Port Hope, Ont 



Redhill, Surrey, Eng. 
Dunham, P.Q 



Scotch Bav, Man. 

Dunham. P.Q 

Westmount, P.Q.. 
London, England.. 



Montreal,P.Q 

Pittsburg, Pa., U.S.A. 

Dunham, P.Q 

Cape Town, Cape Colony 

Montreal, 

London, England 

Westmount, P.Q 

Fergus, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 

Fergus, Ont 

Stromness, Orkney Island, 

Scotland 

Ottawa, Ont 

Westmount, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 

Chicago, 111., U.S.A 



Number ■ 

of shares. ; 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
payfe. 



150,969 

8 

12 

22 

4 

2 

4 

4 

11 

15 

105 

8 

238 



Toronto, Ont.. 
St. John, N.B. 
Halifax, N.S... 



Yarmouth, N.S 

Montreal, P.Q 

Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S.A.. 

Fredericton, N.B 

Fraserville. P.Q 

Chicago, 111., U.S.A 

Quebec, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 

Fredericton, N.B 

Vancouver, B.C 

Quebec, P.Q 



Fredericton, N.B 

Sherbrooke, P.Q 

Quebec, P.Q 

Eastbourne, Eng 

London, England 

Montreal, P.Q 

Eastbourne, England. 

Brantford, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

St. John's, Nfld 

Halifax, N.S 



Spinster 

Civil engineer. 

Spinster 

Widow 



Devonshire, 



Ottawa, Ont. 

Bideford, 
England . . . 

Ottawa, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont.. 

Montreal, P.Q 

Kuebworth, Herts, Eng.. 

.Married jBrockville. Ont 

Estate late JToronto. Ont 

Married Boston. Mass., U.S.A 

" iNewtonville, Mass., U.S. 

Coal merchant Belfast, Ireland 

Married Quebec, P.Q 



Carried forward ' 1^3, 169 



S 15,096.900 

800 

1,200 

2,200 

400 

200 

400 

400 

1,100 

1.500 

10.500 

800 

23,800 



17 


1,700 


172 


17.200 


2 


200 


16 


1,600 


8 


800 


50 


5,000 


57 


5.700 


50 


5.000 


4 


400 


6 


600 


111 


11.100 


5 


500 


20 


2,000 


.SI 


3,100 


15 


1.500 


11 


1.100 


16 


1,600 


IR 


1.600 


16 


1,600 


4 


400 


45 


4,500 


9 


900 


84 


8,400 


5 


500 


5 


500 


102 


10,200 


46 


4,600 


5 


500 


10 


1,000 


51 


5,100 


10 


1,000 


13 


1,300 


5 


500 


4 


400 



10 

5 
84 
4 
5 
4 
4 
5 
3 
3 

26 

4 

5 

23 

111 

4 
104 
71 
90 
26 
23 
31 
10 
14 
26 
40 
11 



1,000 

500 

8,400 

400 

500 

400 

400 

500 

300 

300 

2,600 

400 

500 

2,300 

11,100 

400 
10,400 
7,100 
9,000 
2,600 
2,300 
3,100 
1,000 
1,400 
2,600 
4,000 
1,100 



15.316,900 



44 



DEPARTMEXT OF FIXAXCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 



Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number Amount 
of shares. | Paid. 



Nombre 
d'actions. 



Montant 
pay6. 



Brought forward . 
Williams, C. Annie 



Trustees of., 



Ber- 



Wood, Lissa Birchall 

Wood, Marie L.E... 

Wood, Marie L. E., tutrix. .. . .< 

Wood, Mary J. W 

Wood, Marion G. B 

Woodcock, Percy F 

Woodiil. Evelina 

Woodman, A. Vere 

Woods, Henry G 

Wooler, C. Pemberton 

Workman, Thomas 

Worthington, John 

Wortherspoon, Blanche J 

Wotherspoon, Helena C 

Wright, Amelia S 

Wright, Rev. Clement B. B. . . . 

Wright, Grace A.J 

Wright, James A 

Wright, I.ily T 

Wright, Lome G. C 

Wright, Rev. Robert W. E. . . . 

Wurtele, Augusta M 

Wurtele, Ernest F 

Wurtele, M. Gertrude L 

Wylde, Kate N 

Wy lie, Janet M 

Wyman, Maria E 

Wyse, J. N. L. L. J. Bonaparte. 

Wyse, Louis Bonaparte 

Yates, Alice M 

Yates, Henry B., M.D 



Estate late.. 
Merchant. . . 
Estate late.. 

Widow 

Married . . . 

Widow 

Estate late.. 



Spinster.. 
Widow... 
Married . 
Widow... 
Spinster. 



Williams, Eliza jWidow. 

Williams, Miles 

Williams, >Stillman P 

Williamson, David 

Williamson, Ida 

Williamson, Isabella C 

Willson, Mary A 

Wilson, Andrew 

Wilson, Hon. Charles 

Wilson, Edith R 

Wilson, Eliza J. M 

Wilson, Emma i 

Wilson, Esther (decesaed) 

Wilson, Ethel M 

Wilson, Frances E. M 

Wilson, Frederick J 

Wilson, Jessie 

Wilson, Captain John 

Wilson, Margaret 

Wilson, Margaret C 

Wilson, May F 

Wilson, Richard W 

Wilson, William 

Wilson, William, in trust 

Windsor, Kate M 

Winn, Anna M 

Winslow, S. M. Alice 

Wiswell, Florence E 

Wiswell, Caroline A 

Wiswell, Charles E 

Wisewll, Emily S 

Wiswell, Mary H 

Wiswell, William H 

Wiswell, William H., trustee 

Withall, William J 

Witton, Harrj- B 

Witton, William P 

Wonham, Walter C 

Wood, Agnes M 

Wood, Casey A 

Wood, Emma S 

Wood, Grace B 

Wood, G. Napier 



Philadelphia, Pa., & 

gerville, P.Q 

Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S.A.. . 

Montreal, P.Q 

Boston, Mass., U.S.A 

Montreal, P.Q 

Westmount, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 

London, England 

Montreal, P.Q 



Cornwall, Ont 

Grenville, P.Q.,.. 
Sherbrooke, P.Q. 
Montreal, P.Q 



Gentleman 

Widow 

Gentleman 

Widow 

Spinster JToronto, Ont 

" ' Montreal, P.Q. 

Barrister Cobourg, Ont. . 

Estate late jRockland, Ont 



New York, N.Y., 

Ottawa, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Kingston, Ireland 
Montreal, P.Q 



U.S.A. 



Married Bedford, P.Q ... . 

Widow I Westmount, P.Q. 

Married Winnipeg, Man. . . 



Accountant. 



Estate late.. 

Spinster 

Estate late.. 
Married . . . . 



Halifax, N.S. 



Montreal 



P.Q.. 
, Ont. 



Estate late 

Capitalist Hamilton 

Architect I " 

Importer Montreal, P.Q 

Spinster jLondon, England 

Physician [Chicago, 111., U.S.A 

Married " " 

Spinster London, England 

" j Duntocher, Dumbarton- 

I shire, Scotland 

Married [Kingston, Ont 

Widow Montreal, P.Q 

(( I t( (( 

Spinster Montreal, P.Q \ 



.1 153,169 

26 

4 

55 

U 

111 

10 

2 
17 
34 
64 
25 
46 

6 

223 

14 

2 
124 
24 
30 
25 
25 
14 

4 

157 

11 

4 
11 

5 
40 

7 
87 

2 

3 

5 

26 

11 

120 

11 

15 

150 

30 

21 

178 

1 

3 

2 

26 



Artist I " 

Widow'.! ^ '.'.'.'.'/:'.'.'.['. Halifax, N.S...'.'. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Gentleman Boscombe, Hants, Eng... 

Capitalist Pulaski, N. Y., U.S.A 

Engineer Toronto, Ont 

Estate late Montreal, P.Q 

Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S.A.. 

Widow Montreal, P.Q 

Spinster Quebec, P.Q 

Married Windsor, N.S. 

Clergyman ^Milwaukee, Wis., U.S.A.. 

Spinster iSorel, P.Q 

Jeweller ^ " 

Spinster ' " 

Insurance clerk Montreal, P.Q 

Clergyman Lcnnoxville, P.Q 

Married Chicago, 111., U.S.A 

Char, accountant.. . . Quebec, P.Q 

Spinster i " 

Married Montreal, P.Q 

" Ardrossan, Scotland 

Spinster iHalifax, N.S 

Pro. planter iParis, France 

Tea planter " 

Married [Montreal P.Q. 

Physician 



Carried forward 156, 237 



$ 15,316,900 

26,000 

400 

5,500 

1,100 

11,100 

1,000 

200 
1.700 
3,400 
6,400 
2,500 
4,600 

600 

22,300 

1,400 

200 
12,400 
2,400 
3,000 
2,500 
2,500 
1,400 

400 

15,700 

1,100 

400 
1,100 

500 
4,000 

700 
8,700 

200 

300 

500 

2,600 

1,100 

12,000 

1,100 

1,500 

15.000 

3,000 

2,100 

17,800 

100 

300 

200 

2.600 

600 



120 


12,000 


11 


1 , 100 


11 


1,100 


10 


7.500 


3 


300 


.50 


5,000 


100 


10,000 


2 


200 


51 


5,100 


10 


1,000 


45 


4,500 


6 


600 


4 


400 


6 


600 


4 


400 


50 


5,000 


20 


2,000 


10 


1,000 


1 


100 


32 


3,200 


59 


5,900 


1 


100 


333 


33,300 


234 


23,400 


1 


100 


1 


100 



15,023,700 



SEAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



45 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Physician. 



Trustee of 

Civil engineer. 
Spinster. 



Rrought forward 

Yates, Henry B., M.D., in trust 

Yates, Henry B., M.D., " 

Yates, Herbert R 

Yates, Herbert R., in trust 

Yeats, Helen M. (deceased) 

Yeats, Isabella Estate late 

Yeoman, Alan R Student 

Yorston, John P Estate late.. 

Youell, Alice J Married. . . 

Young, Amy I " .... 

Young, Charlotte L Estate late.. 

Young, J. William I " 

Young, John W | 

Young, Amelia J Trustees for 

Young, Laura L Married 

Young Men's Christian Association 

Yuile, Herbert, in trust Manufacturers agent 

Yule, Harry V Lieut Indian Army. . 

Zuhlcke, George W. G. R Gentleman 

Zwicker, E. Fenwick Merchant 

Zwickl, Francis Estate late 



Montreal, P.Q. 



Brantford, Ont. 



Fairville, N.B. 



Halifax, N.S 

■Truro, N.S 

'Aylmer West, Ont. 
;Westmount. P.Q... 

[Toronto, Ont 

iLunenburg, N.S.... 

I Halifax, N.S 

Westmount, P.Q... 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 



Bombay, India 

Montreal, P.Q 

Lunenburg, N.S 

Hoboken, N.J., U.S.A. 



Total, Canadian register 

BANKS AND BROKERS. 



Barlow & Company 

Beaubien& Co., L. G 

Dunlop & Sons, G. C 

Garland & Co., C. Simpson 

Hansons & Ferguson 

La Caisse d'Economie de Notre Dame de Quebec, 

in trust 

La Societe d'Administration Generale 

Meeker, John R 

Meredith & Co., C 

Moat, R., & Co 

Montreal Citv & District Savings Bank 

McCurdy &Co., F. B 

McDougall & Cowans 

Paterson & Co. , Alex 

Pitblado & Co, J 

Shepherd & Mackenzie 

Turpin & Co., W'. J 



Number 
ol shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



156.237 
3 
3 

66 
1 

12 

11 
1 
4 
5 

60 

10 

1 

129 

62 
4 
3 
3 
9 
120 
5 

22 



156,771 



Montreal, P.Q. 



Total. 



LONDON, ENGLAND, REGISTER. 

Adams, Samuel 

Anderson, Andrew M 

Anderson, George W 

Bainbrigge, Rev. Philip T 

Bainbrigge, Edith M 

Bainbrigge, Lorina G 

Bainbrigge, Marion S 

Bainbrigge, Rev. Philip T 

Barclay, James M , 



Estate late. 
Merchant . . . 



;Clergj-man. 
Spinster 



10 

1 

51 

41 

5 

23 
28 



Dublin, Ireland 

Liverpool, England. 

London, England. . . 



Barr, James 

Barrington, Emily M 

Brown, Ormiston 

Bruneton, Jules F 

Bruneton, Emilieu J. A. 



, E. H. 



Campbell, Emma H. , 
Campbell, William F. 
CoUicott, Deloraine C. 

Corderoy, George 

de Pever, Edith M 

de Rouville, Alfred J. P. G. G 

<le Trentinian, Comtesse Sophie J. I. 
EUiman, James, trustee 



Fenwick, Gerard C. D. 
Foss, Richard H.W.... 



Clergyman 

Chartered account- 
ant 

Cotton broker 

Married 

Gentleman 

Retired banker 

Officer, Remount 
Dept 

Spin.ster 

Doctor of medicine. 

Married 

Surveyor 

Married 

Doctor of medicine.. 

Married 

Embrocation manu- 
facturer 

Gentleman 



Carried forward. 



Norwich, England 

Birkenhead, England 

Vancouver City, B.C 

London, England 

Nimes (Gard), France 

Paris, France 

Morden, Surrey, England . 

Hackney, England 

King's LjTin, Norfolk, Eng. 

London, England 

Newent, Glos., England... 

Herault, France 

Paris, France 

Slough, Bucks, England. . . 

Bournemouth, England.... 

Newton Abbot, Devon, 

England 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
payfe. 



$ 15,623.700 
300 
300 

6,600 
100 

1,200 

1,100 
100 
400 
500 

6,000 

1,000 

100 

12,900 

6,200 
400 
300 
300 
900 
12,000 
500 

2,200 



15,677,100 



1,000 

100 

5,100 

4.100 

500 



6 

1 


600 
100 


2 


200 


1 


100 


5 


500 


2,523 


252,300 


3 


300 


1 * 


400 


4 


400 


4 


400 


4 


400 


4 


400 


2 


200 


10 


1,000 


11 


1,100 


111 


11,100 


[ 20 


2,000 


6 


600 


15 


1,500 


5 


500 


20 


2,000 


10 


1,000 


8 


800 


11 


1,100 


26 


2,600 


10 


1,000 


10 


1,000 


298 


29, 800 



46 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 
Bank of Montreal — Banque de Montreal. 



Name. 
Nom 



Brought forward . 

Gooch, Emma M. B 

Hamilton, Hugh R 



Henslowe, Cecelia M. H. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Married . , , 
Land agent. 

Spinster 



Henslowe, Frederick W. D Surgeon . 

Howard, Andrew L [Manufacturer. 

Levetus, Daisy [Spinster 

Levy, David j Gentleman 

Lewis, Evelyn J [Spinster 

Loxley, Herbert J [Gentleman 



Worthing, England 

New Ross, Wexford, Ire- 
land 

King's Lynn, Norfolk, 
England 



Liverpool, England. 
London, England. . . 



• 



McConnel, Mary C 

Moir, John 

Packington, Dorothy J. S 

Parker, Lucinda 

Ranee, Ricarda C. (receiver for Julia S. Gibb). . 

Smyth, Ross V. B 

Stayner, Lawrence G 

Steeves, Carrie 

Stewart, Angus M 

Travers, Rosamond St. L. S |Widow 

Usher, Charles H., Dr Doctor 



^■arried 

Gentleman 

Married 

Widow 

Married 

Doctor of medicine. 
Major H.B.M.Army 

Spinster 

Civil engineer 



Sandbach, Cheshire, Eng 
Norwood, Surrey, Eng. . . . 
Crowborough, Sussex, Eng 

Hurlingham, England 

Bamet, London, England . 

Shrewsbury, England j 

Crowborough, Sussex.Eng.i 
London, England 



Van Buskirk, Charlotte 

Van der Meerschen, Eugene P. E. 
Yovitchitch, Alice M 



Total. 



Canadian register 

Banks and brokers 

London, England, register. 



Grand total. 



Spinster 

Attorney at law. 
Married 



Aberdeen, Scotland 

London, England 

Brussels, Belgium 

Gern, Munich, Germany. 



298 
4 



5 

5 
5 
4 

80 

5 

6 

13 

11 

62 

40 

12 

24 

6 

24 

14 

36 

15 

12 

4 

18 



706 



156,771 

2,523 

706 



160,000 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



29, sOO- 
400' 

400 

500 

500 

500 

400 

8,000 

500 

500 

1,300 

1,100 

6,200 

4,000 

1,200 

2,400 

600 

2,400 

1,400 

3,600 

1,500 

1,200 

400 

1,800 



70,600 



15,677,100 

252,300 

70,600 



16,000,000 



We hereby certify the fcgoing to be a correct list of the shareholders of 
the Bank of Montreal, and in accordance with the books of the bank with regard 
thereto, as on December 31, 1913. 

A. MACNIDER. 

for General Manager. 

J. C. C. ALMON, 

Transfer Clerk. 



Montreal, January 16, 1914. 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 



47 



QUEBEC BANK. 



BANQUE DE QUEBEC. 

Value of sluire. $100.— Valeur de chaque action, $100. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
oi shares. 

Nombro 
d'acticns. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



Abbott, Mary L 

Ahern, Amelia V 

Ahern, Artliur 

Ahern, Arthur (in trust for Arthur Weston Ahern), 

Ahern, A., and Thos. B. Macauley 

Ahern, A., and Thos B. Macauley 

Ahern, George Stuart 



Married . 

i( 

Manager. 
It 

Trustees . 



Alain, Henriette 

Aldred, J.E 

Alexander, Elizabeth. 
Allan, Elizabeth L. . . 

Allan, John 

Allan, Mary Ann 

Allan, Samuel 

Allan, William O 

Allard, Henrietta E . . 
Alleyn, E 



Commission merch 

ant 

Employee 

Director 

Spinster 

Farmer's wife 

Farmer 

Housekeeper 

Farmer 



Alleyn, Edmund Roche. 



Almon, Frances Anna Matilda 

Amy, Emily 

Anderson, Clementina 

Andenson, Edmund H 

Anderson, Josepha H 

Anderson, Mary H 

Anderson, Percival H 

Andrews, Agnes J. C 

Andrews, Annie 

Angers, Charles 

Angers, Charles (curator for Paul Angers) 

Angers, Charles fin trust for Jules Angers) 

Angers, Eugene R 

Annett, Emily 

Annett, Emily (us. leg.) 

Annett, Geo. Thomas 

Archer, Joseph 

Antliffe, Rev. James Cooper 

Antrobus, Mary Charlotte 

Arcand, Adolphe 

Arcand, Alphonse 

Arcand, Arthur 

Arcand, Oscar 

Armstrong, Anna W 

Armstrong, Rev. J .' 

Armstrong, John 

Armstrong, John (intrust for Harold Armstrong). 

Atkinson, E. H 

Auger, Adelaide 

Auger, Lorenzo 

Auger, Raoul 

Austin, James Hill Bradahaw '. 

Aylw in, Thomas C 

Badgley, Dorothea C 

Bailey, Ernestine V 

Bailey, Joseph Whitman 

Bailey, Ixjring W., L.L.D 

Bailey, Loring W., Jr 

Baker, John 

Balcer, Eugene (us. leg.) 

Balcer, H. E 

Balcer, H. E (us. leg.) 

Bald, Arthur S 



Carried forward. 



Spinster 

Retired timber mer 

chant 

Advocate and civil 

servant 

Married 



Gentleman. 
Spinster 



Cashier. 
Married. 
Widow. . 
Clerk..., 



Gentleman. 
Widow 



Master mariner 

Merchant 

Methodist minister. 

Spinster 

Const ructeur 

Manager 

Druggist 

Civil engineer 

Spinster 

Minister 

Gentleman 



Married 

Architect 

Customs officer. . . 

Clerk 

Advocate 

Spinster 

Married 

Attorney at law.. . 
Retired professor. 

Proker 

Hotelkeeper 

Gentleman 



Stanstead . 
Quebec . . . . 



Montreal 

Sandy Beach, P.Q... 
Kinnear's Mills, P.Q. 



Quebec . 



Halifax, N.S 

England 

Chaudiere Basin. 
Quebec 



Chicago, 111. 
Sherbrooke. 

Quebec 

Montreal 



Gaspfe, P.Q. 



P.Q. 



Lachute, 
Quebec . 

Montreal 

Berthier (en haut) . 

M ontreal 

Three Rivers 

Montreal 

Three Rivers 

Quebec 

Westmount, P.Q... 
Beauce, P.Q 



Three Rivers. 
Levis, P.Q... . 



Chicago, III . . . 

Quebec 

'Montreal 

Fredericton , . . 
Boston, Mass. 
Fredericton. .. 



Gaspe Basin. . 
Thxee Rivers. 



St. Barnabe, North. 



1 


S 100 


24 


2,400 


47 


4,700 


1 


100 


2 


200 


32 


3,200 


2 


200 


2 


200 


140 


14,000 


4 


400 


8 


800 


5 


500 


8 


800' 


6 


600 


1 


100 


31 


3,100 


10 


i,ooa 


15 


1,500 


2 


200 


19 


1,900 


4 


400 


10 


1,000 


23 


2,300 


21 


2,100 


10 


1,000 


1 


100 


10 


1,000 


4 


400 


4 


400 


4 


400 


4 


400 


2 


200 


2 


200 


4 


400 


12 


1,200 


24 


2,400 


5 


500 


5 


500 


4 


400 


4 


4oa 


4 


40O 


8 


800 


18 


1,800 


6 


60O 


1 


100 


6 


600 


8 


800 


1 


lOO 


2 


200 


9 


900 


24 


2,400 


5 


500 


18 


1,800 


6 


600 


13 


1,300 


7 


700 


12 


1,200 


49 


4,900 


25 


2,500 


49 


4,900 


26 


2,600 


814 


81,400 



48 



DEPARTMENT OF FINAyCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 



Quebec Bank — Banque de Quebec. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of sliares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Pfiysician 

Married 

Ass't Gen'l Supt 

Lumber merchant. 

Married 

Steamship agent 



Brought forward 

Bald, William A 

Balfour, Katherine I. L 

Balfour, R. H 

Baptist, Alex 

Baptist, Flora McDonald 

Barrow, Septimus (in trust for Fred. S. Barrow) 

BajTie, Edmund C jStoreman 

Beauchemin, C. N jPhysician 

Beaudet, Adeline (Mrs.) and Georgine [Married 

Beerworth, H. A i Station agent. . . 

Bell, Edward A Merchant 

Bell, Margaret A Married 

Belleau, EmmaC I 

Belleau, Marguerite M. A |Spinster 

Belleau, Marie Z. E [Married 

Beneteau, Charlotte and Patrick (executors) Real estate 

Bennett, Maude B [Married 

Bethune M. L [Widow 

Bignell, Emmeline J Spinster 

Billingsley, Anne Widow 

Bissett, Elizabeth Spinster 

Bisson, Donat A Teller and acc't 

Blair, Margaret Eliza (sole extrx. and univ. leg.). . W'idow 



St. Barnabe North. 

North Bay, Ont 

Montreal 

Three Rivers 



Quebec 

Montreal 

Yamachiche 

Nashua, N.H 

Stanstead,P.Q.... 
Earling, England. . 
Chaudiere Station. 
Quebec 



Priest 

Spinster 

Gentleman. 



Manager. 
Married . 



Blanchet, Rev. A 

Block, Katherine 

Blouin, Jos. A. (tutor to Marie Paule) 

Boswell, A. W 

Boswell, A. W. (curator) 

Boswell, Charles Edward Allen 

Boswell, E. Margaret 

Boswell, Henrietta S I " 

Boswell, Joseph K Brewer and malster. 

Boswell, Lewis H [Bond broker 

Boswell, Margaret L [Married 

Boswell, Marion [Spinster ^.,^.. . 

Boswell, Martha A " 

Boswell, St. George 'Civil engineer 

Boswell, Vesey Brewer 

Boswell, Vesey, and C. A. Pentland (in trust) Brewer— lawyer 

Botterell , Sarah Married 

Boucher, Joseph R .Farmer 

Bourgaize, Elijah " 

Bowen, Annie B Married 

Bowen, Elizabeth F W'idow 

Bowen, Elizabeth F. (in trust) | " 

Boxer, Mary F None 

Boyle, Isabella [Married 

Bradshaw, Fanny E Farmer 

Breakey, George Superintendent 

Breakey, Helen A Married 

Breakey, Helen A., and exors. est. late John ■ " 

Bridle, W. G. (administrator) Commercial clerk... 

Brisson, Napoleon Gentleman 

Brodie, Margaret [ Married 

Broomer, Mary Jane " 

Brophy, Ida Isabella " 

Brousseau, F. X [Farmer 

Brou.sseau, Jos. E. D., M.D [Major 



Accountant 

Lumber merchant . 



Brown, A. W. 

Brown, W. D 

Brown, W. D. (in trust for Colin) 

Brown, W. D. (in trust for Fred. E.) 

Brown, M. L [Spinster 

Browne, Agnes G !Married 

Browne, Agnes M Spinster 

Browne, Annie K. de M | " 

Browne, Augustus A. H Supervisor R. R. . . 

Browne, Catherine C Spinster 

Browne, J. C. T. C. CofRn and K. H. Egan (trus-j 

tees and executors) [Trustees 

Bruneau, Arthur (tutor) Gentleman 

Bruneau & Dupuis Stock brokers 

Brunet, Rev. Eugene Chaplain 

Bryant, Grace Fletcher Telegraph operator. 

Bucknall, Anna M Widow 

Bucknall, Gertrude Spinster 

Budden.EvaM. A I " 

Budden, Louisa JMarried 



St. Paul, Minn 

Elmira, N.Y 

London, England. . . 

Bergerville, P.Q 

Westmount, P.Q 

Quebec 

St. George, Beauce. 

Rimouski, P.Q 

St. Jean Port Joli.. . 

Fredericton 

Levis 

Quebec 



Montreal . 
Quebec . . . 



Yamachiche . 
Cape Ozo — 

Toronto 

Quebec 



Thornhill, Man 

Breakeyville, P.Q. 



England . 
Quebec . . 



Ste. Anastasie, P.Q. 

Halifax 

Montreal 

Quebec 



Montreal. 
England.. 



St. Louis, Mo. 
England 



Ottawa... 
Montreal. 



Quebec 

Derby Line, Vt, 
Thetford Mines. 

England 

Montreal 

Quebec 



Carried forward . 



814 

26 

8 

50 

8 

9 

1 

2 

6 

16 

4 

2 

6 

4 

4 

10 

8 

5 

16 

10 

92 

21 

4 

60 

12 

2 

1 

35 

12 

48 

18 

17 

65 

1 

2 

3 

1 

15 

526 

5 

10 

12 

1 

32 

8 

4 

10 

93 

4 

9 

130 

3 

5 

140 

25 

10 

5 

24 

48 

5 

25 

6 

5 

20 

8 

22 

24 

22 

9 

19 

14 

10 

40 

5 

6 

24 

35 

5 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
paye. 



2,826 



81,400 

2,600 

800 

5,000 

800 

900 

100 

200 

600 

1,600 

400 

200 

600 

400 

400 

1,000 

800 

500 

1,600 

1,000 

9,200 

2,100 

400 

6,000 

1,200 

200 

100 

3,500 

1,200 

4,800 

1,800 

1,700 

6,500 

100 

200 

300 

100 

1,500 

52,600 

500 

1,000 

1,200 

100 

3,200 

800 

400 

1,000 

9,300 

400 

900 

13,000 

300 

500 

14,000 

2,500 

1,000 

500 

2,400 ■ 

4,560 

500 

2,500 

600 

500 

2,000 

800 

2,200 

2,400 

2,200 

900 

1,900 

1,400 

1,000 

4,000 

500 

600 

2,400 

3,500 

500 



282,360 



SHAREHOLDERS IX CHARTERED BANKS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Quebec Bank — Banque de Quebec. 



49 



Name. 

Xom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
ot shares. 

Nombre 
d'action.s. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



Brought forward. 

Buell, KatrinaS 

Bueli, Susan H. H 

Burcham-Rogers, Sarita 

Burchili, Geo. Percival 

Burns, .Mice 

Burns, Matilda 



Spinster. 



, Ont. 



>[arried. 
Lumber. 
Spinster . 



Bums, Joseph 

Bumn, Lewis 

Burstall, Amy B 

Burstall, Edith 

Burstall, Ethel F 

Burstall, Frances Jane 

Burstall, John F 

Butterfield, F. G 

Cadman, estate of Fred. W 

Caie, Robert C 

CaLsse D'Economie N. D. de Quebec in trust. 

Caldwell, Claude N. R 

Caldwell. Lee M. R 

Caldwell, Rena R 

Caldwell, Thomas Jones 

Calvin, Eleanor E 

Campbell, Florence M 

Campbell, I.=iabella Jane 

Campbell. Janet P 

Cannon, Matilda 

Caron, Azarine 

CaroE, Heloise 

Caron, Heloise & Azarine (us. leg.) 

Carpenter Lucy M 

Carrier, Alfred 

Carrier, Eugenie 

Carrol, .Amazalie B 

Carter, Edith 

Carter, Emma B 

Carter, J F. C 

Carter, Lillian M 

Carter, Lucy F 

Carter, William Henry 

Casgrain. P. H. Du P. Rev 

C^ssels, K' C. H., Chas. Percy Dean, H. F. Ham- 
ilton fin trust for Mary Longmore, Dartmouth 

Caswell, Edna }.[ 

Caswell, Fred T 



Gentleman 

Electrical engineer. 
Spin-ster 



Brockville 

Ottawa 

England 

South Nelson. N.B 

Quebec 

St. Patrick de Beaurivage 

P.Q 

Quebec 



Married 

Spinster 

Lumber merchant. 

.Manufacturer Derby, Line, 



Interdicted. 
Merchant. .. 

Bank 

Trainman. . . 
Gentleman. , 

Student 

Postmaster. 
Married. . . . 



Toronto . 
Quebec. . 



Spinster. 



Spinsters . . 

Married 

Organist 

Spinster 

\farried.. . . 

Spin.ster 

Widow 

Gentlenian. 
Spinster 



Collector of Custons 
Priest 



Caswell, Mary E 

Cauchon, Matilda 

Cazeau, Antoinette 

Chabot, Bathilda 

Chabot, Eulalie 

Chabot, I^evis (in trust for Eulalie Chabot). 

Chalmers Church of Quebec Poor Fund 

Chambers, Amelia C 

Chapais, (Langevin) Hectorine 

Chapin, Cora W 

Chapman, Maria and W. H. Retry, curator.. 

Christensen, Boswell L.iura 

Cimon, Stella (Langevin) 

Clark, Curtis ' 

Clark, Elizabeth G 

Clark, Matild i ■ 

Cleaiihue, Jean 

Clifford, Anna Mary 

Clint, Effie 

Clint, Effie (in trust) 

Clint, Mabel 

Clint, Olive 

Clough, Harry L 



Bainster-at law. . . 

Student 

Trader and lumoer 

manufacturer 

Married 

Renciere 

Spinster 

School mistress 

Spinster ^. . 

Gentleman 



Married 



Farm.er. . 
Spinster. 



Vt. 



Woodstock, N.B. . 

Janeville, N.B 

Quebec 

New Carlisle. P.Q. 



New York City. 
Quebec 



Montreal . 
England.. 
Quebec 



Toronto. . . . 
Derby Line, 



Quebec. 



Vt. 



Shawinigan Falls. 
St. Claire. P.Q... 



Vt. 



Cloutier, Josephine Mrs 

Coburn, Bertha S. (univ. leg). 

Coffin, Adele J 

Cogan, Margaret F 

Collas, W. F 

Colley, Arthur W 



Stenographer 

Real estate and 

Timber , 

Rentiere 

Married 



Quebec . 
Ottawa . 
Quebec . 
Jericho, 

Quebec 

England 

Quebec 

Panet Falls, P.Q. . 
Chesterville, Ont.. 
East Oakland, Cal. 

Toronto 

London, England . . . 
Quebec 



Montreal . 
Quebec. . 



Collins, Margaret. 



Merchant 

Cu.'^tom-house 

I broker 

Spinster 



Lisbon, N.H 

Chateau Richer, P.Q. . 
Upper Melbourne, P.Q. 

Ottawa 

England 

Gaspe, P.Q 



Carried forward. 

6—4 



Quebec . 



2,826 

11 

3 

16 

6 

9 

20 

8 

1 

29 

29 

48 

21 

100 

40 

10 

1 

219 

7 

7. 

9 

39 

4 

67 

33 

7 

9 

2 

2 

19 

20 

8 

10 

52 

5 

3 

20 

5 

5 

40 

10 

3 

12 

76 

12 

1 

3 

4 

3 

15 

35 

2 

1 

24 

28 

1 

2 

6 

56 

4 

5 

83 

2 

7 

2 

2 

18 
5 
2 
7 
5 
2 

3 
6 



4,217 



282,360 

1,100 

300 

1.600 

600 

900 

2,000 

800 

100 

2,900 

2,900 

4.800 

2,100 

10.000 

4,000 

1,000 

100 

21.900 

70!) 

700 

900 

3,900 

400 

6.700 

3,300 

700 

900 

200 

200 

1,900 

2,000 

800 

1,000 

5,200 

500 

300 

2,000 

500 

500 

4.000 

1,000 

300 
1,200 



7.600 

1,200 

100 

300 

400 

300 

1,500 

3.500 

200 

loa 

2,400 

2,800 
100 
200 
600 

5,600 
400 
500 

8,300 
200 
700 
200 
200 

1,800 
500 
200 
700 
500 
200 

300 
600 



421,4 



50 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 



Quebec Bank — Banque de Quebec. 



Name. 
Nom. 


Description. 


Post Office Addresa. 
Adresse. 


Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 


Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
payfe. 








4,217 
10 
39 

2 
43 

4 
25 

6 

1 

7 

3 

5 

68 

1 

3 

3 

1 

2 

10 

6 

5 

31 

39 

6 

7 

3 

2 

15 

3 

36 

5 

3 

8 

12 

12 

12 

19 

4 

7 

60 

20 

7 
14 
35 

8 

48 

18 

2 

54 

20 

1 

12 

7 

12 

12 

12 

12 

1 

33 

12 

3 

3 

2 

24 

59 

27 

7 

12 

1 

7 

7 

8 

50 

4 

30 

37 


S 421 460 


Comstock, William S 


Manufacturer 

Religious order 

Married 


Smith's Mills, P.Q 

Rimouski, P.Q 


1 000 


Congregation des Soeurs de N.D. du Rosaire 


3 900 


Conve V, Annie T 


Lauzon, Levis... 


200 






Quebec 


4 300 


Conwav, Mary 


Designer 

Doctor 




400 


Coote, Patrick M.D 


tt 


2 500 


Ck)rcoran, Annie I 


Spinster 

Book keeper and 
stenographer 


Rock Island, P.Q 


60O 


Corcoran, Lenora M 


Montreal 






100 


Corporation du College de St. Anne 


St. Anne de la Pocatiere, 
, P.Q 






Married 

Widow 


700 


Corriveau, Sophoronie 


Berthier, P.Q 


300 


Cote, Florence Dugal 


Quebec 


500 


Cote, Frances C. R 




6,800 
100 


Courcv, Josephine 


Spinster 


St. Pacome, P.Q 


Craig, Fanny E 


Quebec 


300 


Crawford, G. Edward . 


Teller 

Bank m.anager 

Married 


Derbv Line, Vt 


300 


Crepeau, A. C 


St. Hyacinthe, P.Q 

Halifax 


100 


Crofton, Emma C 


200 


Currey, Blanche Ainslie 


South Africa 


1 000 


Curtis, Arthur E 


Farmer 

Married 

Ship builder 

Married 

Com'ercial traveller 
Spinster 


Stanstead, P.Q 


600 


Dauphin, Octavie 


Quebec 


."iOO 


Davie, Allison, C 


Levis, P.Q 


3 100 


Davie, Mary E. P 


3 900 


Davis, Charles Joseph 


Xew York 


600 


Davis, Edith R 


England .... 


700 


Davis, Florence N 


ti 


30O 


Davis, Helen Ehzabeth 


It 


tt 


200 


Davis, James A 


Gentleman 

it 


Quebec 


1 500 


Dean, A. Cecil H 


Toronto 


300 


Dean, A. L 


tt 


Quebec 


3 600 


Dean, Elizabeth Marion 


Spinster 




500 




Toronto 


300 


Dechene, An9:eline Hudon 


Married 


Quebec 


800 


Delagravve, Dr. C. G 


Doctor 




1,200 


Delisle, Blanche Hudon 


Married -- 


Westmount, P.Q 


1 200 


Demers, Louis Robert 


Captain-steamer 

Mtirried 


Quebec 


1 200 


DepejTe, Belzamire 


tt 


1 900 


Depeyre, Louis 


Gentleman 


tt 


400 


Depevre, Romeo D 


tt 


700 


Derbishire, Catherine E 


Married 


Sherbrooke, P.Q 


6.000 


Derbishire, Eliza M 


** 


tt 


2.000 


Dery, M. M. C 


(( 


Ste. Anne de la Pocatiere, 
P.Q 








700 


Deslauriers, L. F. & Maria T. (guardians) 


Ottawa 


1,400 


Dickinson, James M 


Organist 

Advocate 


Philadelphia, Pa 


3,500 

800 


Dionne, C. E. L. (us. leg) 


Quebec 


Dionne, Leontine 


Married 

tt 


L'Islet, P.Q 


4 800 


Doddridge, Emma E. E 




1 800 


Dolbel, Celina (us. leg) 


Westmount, P.Q 

England 


200 


Dolbel, Eli?a M 


tt 

Gentleman 

Married 

Gentleman 

Married 

Supt. log driving 

Retired merchant... 


5.400 

2,000 

100 


Donnellv, Joseph T 


Quebec . . . 


Donnelly, Marv A 


St. Catherines, Ont 

Quebec . 


Donohue, Thos 


1 200 


©orev, Hannah E (us. leg.) 


Ottawa . . 


700 


Dorrity, William H 


Grand Falls, Nfld 


1,200 


Dovle, John R 


West Frampton, P.Q 

Spokane, U.S. A 

Rimouski, P.Q . 


1 200 


Draffin. Isobel Bel! 


1.200 


Drapeau, M. A. .Susan Quinn 


Married 


1 200 


Drennan, Marv Paterson 


King.ston, Ont 


100 


Drvsdale, George . . 


Superintendent 

Widow 


Drummondsville, P.Q 

Quebec 


3,300 
1,200 


Dube, Julie L 


Duberger, Antoinette (us. leg.) 




tt 


300 


Duchaine, J. A 


Boot and shoe mfg.. 


tt 


300 


Duchaine, Thomas 


tt 


200 


Dugal, Zoe Guay 


Married 


It 


2,400 
5,900 


Duggan, E.J 


Oentleman 


it 


Duggan, Frank M 


Manager 


It 
tt 


2,700 


Duggan, Marj- H 


Married 


700 


Dunlop, Annie Elizabeth 




tt 


1,200 


Dunlop, J. Constance 


Spinster 

Gentleman 


tt 


100 


Dunn, Charles Gyllym 


tt 


700 


Dunn. Charles William S 


11 


700 


Dunn, Jane G 


Married 

Spinster 


Maple Hill, Que 


800 


Dunn, Marv E 


Quebec . 


5000 


Dunn, Stuart H. (tutor) 




tt 


400 


Dunn, Stuart H. & H. R. Scougall, trustees 


Lumber merchant . . 


tt 


3,000 


Dupont, Lucy 


It 


3,700 










Carried forward 


5,366 


636.360 



SHAREHOLDERS AY CHARTERED BANKS 



51 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Quebec Bank — Banque de Quebec. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Broueht forward . 

Durnford, Maria G 

Durnford, Sophia M 

Eager, Robert 

Eden, AliceE..... 

Edp;ecombe, Minnie 

Egan, H. K 

Egan, Mary Ann 

Egg, Edward E 

Eglinton, Rosalie B 



Evov, Margaret 

Evoy, Philip 

Alle\ii, Zoe A 

Andrews, Julia A . E 

Archibald, C. B 

Barrow, J. W 

Bates, William J 

Bell, George 

Bogue, heirs of Anastiasia 

Boswell, Mary Jane 

Bourgaize, heirs of John 

Bowen, Alicia C. A 

Bowen. Alicia, us. leg. and H. T. Machin, curator 

Brochu, Charles 

Bum, William 

Bums, Michael 

Burstall, John 

Burton, Winnifred Maud 

Cinq-Mars, Caroline 

Cino-Mars, Caroline 'us. leg) 

Coufthard, W. B 

Da-is, W. H 

DeBlois, E. J 

Dougl s, Eleanor..., 

Dunn, C. W. S 

Drum, William 

Fortier, Jos. E. Dr " 

Eraser, Hugh Jr 

Glass, Marg. T. (us. leg) 

Hatch, Thomas 

Heath, heirs of Emily 

Hossack, Helen 

Hunt, Arthur F 

Johnston. George 

Joseph,, Emile 

King, Charles 

Logic, Jessie M. (us. leg) 

MacLaren, W. M 

McGill. Mary Ida 

Paterson, W. S 

Peebles, Maria 

Picher, Adelaide 

Picher, Adelaide (us. leg) 

Pinhev, Charles H 

Pinhev, J. C 

Robitaille, O. L., M.D 

Roy, Dame A. Romain 

Sandilands, Col. Philip O 

Sewell, Alex , 

Simard, heirs est., late George 



Spinster. 



Gentleman . 
Married. . 



Gentleman. 
Married .. . 

Agent 

Farmer 



Spinster — 
Stationer. . . 
Estate late. 



Smith, R. Harcourt. . . . 

Swanston, Thomas 

Tache, Adele 

Wallace, Sarah A 

Wheeler, Katherine H. 

Worthinglon, John 

Wright, Rosalie 

Andrews, Thos 

Barden, Margaret Ann. 

Black, Ann 

Blaiklock, Martha 

Boswell, Jos. K 

Bowen, Jas. Jr 

Breakey , John 

Brodie, John 

Brown, R 

Bruce, Robert 



6- 



Carried forward. 
.41 



Post Office Address. 
Adresac. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Montreal, P.Q. 



I..ake Megantic 

En land 

Fredericton, N.B 

Ottawa 

Quebec 

Montreal 

N. D. des Laurentides, P 

Q 

Quebec 



Toronto. 
Quebec . . 



Ottawa 

Marquette Mich. 

Quebec 

Cape Ozo, P.Q... 
Quebec 



Three Rivers. 
Quebec 



Toronto. 
Quebec.. 



Toronto . . 
Ottawa... 
Quebec. . . 
Montreal. 
Quebec.. . 



Lachute, P.Q.... 

Quebec, P.Q 

Toronto, Ont 

Fraserville, P.Q. 
Quebec, P.Q 



Montreal, P.Q. 
Quebec, P.Q... 



Napa, Cal 

Ottawa, Ont. . 
Montreal P.Q. 
Levis, P.Q... . 
Quebec, P.Q. . 



Ottawa, Ont 

Hudson Heights, P.Q. 
Quebec, O.Q 



Executors estate late 



England 

Quebec, P.Q 

St. Michel de Bellechasse 

P.Q 

Quebec, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q 

Quebec, P.Q 



New York 

Montreal, P.Q. 
Quebec, P.Q... 



Montreal. P.Q. . 
Quebec, P.Q.... 



Breakeyville, P.Q. 

Quebec, P.Q 

Ottawa, Ont 

Quebec, P.Q 



5,366 

6 

6 

5 

5 

10 

64 

2 

12 

20 

23 

30 

23 

49 

14 

9 

85 

2 

41 

33 

1 

22 

23 

129 

35 

46 

2 

10 

20 

24 

3 

5 

3 

7 

30 

44 

20 

4 

7 

2 

65 

120 

10 

6 

22 

120 

5 

10 

3 

19 

77 

7 

9 

24 

106 

10 

11 

6 

12 

8 
12 
15 
10 

5 
11 
66 

1 
82 
33 
12 
20 
75 
40 
130 
40 
90 
100 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
payfe. 



7,641 



536,360 

600 

600 

.500 

500 

1000 

6,400 

200 

1,200 

2,000 

2,800 

3.000 

2,300 

4,900 

1,400 

900 

8,500 

200 

4,100 

3,. 500 

100 

2.200 

2,. 300 

12.900 

3,500 

4,600 

200 

1,000 

2,000 

2,400 

300 

.500 

300 

700 

3,0'DO 

4,400 

2,000 

400 

700 

200 

6,500 

12,000 

1,000 

600 

2,200 

12,000 

500 

1,000 

300 

1,900 

7,700 

700 

900 

2,400 

10,600 

1.000 

1,100 

520 

1,200 

800 
1,200 
1.500 
1,000 

500 
1,100 
6,600 

100 
8,200 
3,300 
1,200 
2,000 
7,500 
4,000 
13,000 
4,000 
9.000 
10,000 



763,780 



52 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 



Quebec Bank — Banque de Quebec. 



Name. 
Nom. 


Description. 


Post Office Address. 
Adres.se. 


Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 


Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
paye. 


T?rou<ylit forward 






7,641 

5 

4 
14 
41 

2 
103 
60 
16 
20 
12 

1 
10" 
31 
48 
13 
11 

3 

. 12 

15 

5 
20 

7 
10 
24 

9 
50 

4 
10 
25 
30 
24 
56 
15 
10 
126 
144 
14 

1 
50 
26 
31 
18 
34 
94 
16 
12 

2 
15 

3 
20 

4 
30 

42 

7 
23 

2 
10 
43 
43 
40 
44 

7 

9 

4 
16 
10 
61 

3 

4 

I 

2 
9 
7 


S 763 , 780 


Budden. Heber 


Executors estate late 

n 
tt 
tt 

U 
tt 
It 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
It 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
It 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
It 

Married 


Quebec, P.Q 

Ottawa, Ont 


500 


Caron, SirA. P 


400 


Charlton, C. P 


Westmount, P.Q 


1,400 


Cousin Eliza L 


Baton Rouge, La 


4,100 


Dolbel, Alf W 


Westmount, P.Q 


200 




Ste. Marie Beauce 


10,300 


Dunn, T. H.. 


Quebec, P.Q 


6,000 


Oauthicr, Jean . 


Rimouski, P.Q 


1,600 




Quebec, P.Q 


2,000 


Hatch, Huo-h 




1,200 


Hossack. Martha J 


it 


100 


Johnston, Marianne 


Montreal, P.Q 


1,000 


T^egros, late P. E. 


Isle of Jersey 


3,100 




Quebec, P.Q 


4,800 


Macpherson, Emma S 


Ottawa, Ont 


1.300 


Marsh, Marian , 


Quebec, P.Q 


1. 100 




Toronto, Ont ' 


300 


Martindale, Lt-Col. B.H 


England 


1,200 


Mountain, J. J. S 


Cornwall, Ont 


1,500 


Murphy, Edward . 


Montreal, P.Q 


500 


Newton, W. J 


Quebec, P.Q 


2,000 


Pellctier, Alice (Hudon) 




700 


Parsons, R. C 


Rock Island, P.Q 


1,000 




Quebec, P.Q 


2,400 


Pinhey, Catherine 


Ottawa, Ont 


900 




Derby Line, Vt 


5,000 


Pyncheon, Mary 


Thetford Mines, P.Q 

Quebec, P.Q 


400 




1,000 


Russell, Col. H. A 


England 


2,500 




Toronto, Ont 


3,000 


Sewell, E. L 


Quebec, P.Q 


2,400 




i( 


5,600 


Simard, Alf 


St. Joachim, P.Q 


1,500 




Quebec, P.Q 


1,000 


Slater, Esther 


Ottawa, Ont 


12,600 




Quebec, P.Q 


14,400 


Spragge, W. T. Henry 


Montreal, P.Q 


1,400 




Quebec, P.Q 


100 


Sweetland, John .... 


Ottawa, Ont 


5,000 


Symmes, Abigail 


Toronto, Ont 


2,600 


Tetu, V 


Quebec, P.Q 


3,100 




Ottawa, Ont 


1,800 


Wicksteed, R. J 


Montreal, P.Q 


3,400 


Withall,W. J 


t< 


9,400 


Fages, Nathalie G 


Haii'fax, N.S 


1,600 


Fages, Major A. O. (trustee to Caroline Gingras) 


Major 


(( 


1,200 


Fatt, Julia 




St. Vincent de Paul 

Gasp6,P.Q 

Fredericton 


200 


Fauvel, Carrie (Lvster) (tutrix to Philip B.) 


tt 


1,500 


Fenet V, Georgena C 


Spinster 


300 




Gentleman 


St. John, N.B 


2,000 


Fiset, H. R 


I^awyer 


Rimouski, P.Q 


400 


Fisher, Sydney, Hon 


Farmer . . 


Ottawa 


3,000 


Fisher, Hon. Sydney. 


None 


Montreal, P.Q 


4,200 


R.Eric 


/Spinster 


Quebec, P.Q 


700 


Fitzsimmons, Mary 


tt 


tt 


2,300 


Flanagan, Julia J 


Housekeeper 

Drugt^ist .... 


Purv, P.Q 

Rock Island, P.Q 


200 


Flint, Jerome T 


1,000 


Flood, Eva T 


Spinster 


Quebec, P.Q 


4,300 


Flood, ]\Targaret Louisa 


tt 


it 


4,300 


Flood, Nicholas 


Manager 


it 


4.000 


Flood, Nicholas, Jr 


Gentleman. 


tt 


4,400 


Flynn, Hon. E. J 


Professor of law, ad- 
vocate, etc 

Married 


tt 






700 


Forbes. Georgena L 


Victoria, B.C 


900 


Ford, Clara M., (in trust for Mary Eyre M. Ford). 
Ford, Clara M 


tt 


Portneuf , P.Q 


400 


tt 


It 


1,600 


Ford, Elizabeth G. R 


It 

Ex. paper mfg 

Trained nurse 

Spint.er 


Portneuf Village 


1,000 


Ford, Joseph 


Portneuf Station 


6,100 


Forrest, Clara G. V 


Montreal, P.Q 


300 


Forsyth, Annie W ... 


Quebec, P.Q 


400 


Fortier, Eliza T 




Ste. Marie, P.Q 


900 






tt 


300 


Fortier ,John 


Farmer 


Lemesurier, P.Q 


200 


Fortier, Joseph Hugues 


Advocate 


Ste. Marie. P.Q 


900 


Fortier, Marie J. J. A 


Spinster 


Quebec. P.Q 


700 










Carried fora-ard 


9.399 


939 , 580 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Quebec Bank — Banque de Quebec. 



53 



Name. 
Xoni. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



Brought forward 

Fortier, Tancrede 

Fortin, Philomene 

Frascr, Anais de G 

Fraser, Andrew 

Fraser, Bros 

Fraser, Catherine 

Fraser, Emily 

Fraser, Rev. James 

Fraser, John 

Fraser, Kalherine E 

Fraser, 8imon M . L 

Frechette, Genevieve H 

Fregeau, Arthur F 

Fregeau, S. T 

Frement, Alix B. (test extrx. and us. leg) 

Frenette, Jos. O. A 

Frigon, Helen V 

Frigon, Joseph A., (in trust for Blanche Frigon) . . 

Frigon, Joseph A., (in trust for Alice Frigon) 

Fry, Laura 

Fry, Mary E 

Fulton, Jean Kinlock 

Fulton, John A 

Fumiss, Hector Albert 

Furniss, Joseph Charles 

Fumiss, Marie Eliza 

Gale, Alfred J. V 

Gale, Ernest Goldsworthy 

Gale, G. Gordon 

Gameau, F. X 

Garneau, Julie 

Gameau, Marie Louise and Marie Ann (us. leg). . . , 

Gauthier, F. Rev 

Gauthier, I^aure 

Gauthier, Narcisse 

Gavey, Elias 

Gavey , Priscilla 

Geggie, Agnes Hossock 

Geggie, David H 

Geggie, D. H . in trust 

Geggie, Isabella M 

Gendreau, Marg. Cahill 

General Hospital, Ladies of 

Genest, Alice 

Gennis, Mary Jane 

Gibb, James 

Gibsone, Ivy 

Gill, Anna Louise 

Gilman, Hon. F. E 

Girard, Henry (us. leg) 

Girard, Williara Henry 

Giroux, Gustave (us. leg and Ins.) 

Glass, Kate I 

Goldstone, Mary Jane 

Goldstone, Mary Jane (extrx.) 

Goodridge, Amy (intrust for Theodosia Good- 
ridge 

Godreau, Laure P 

Graddon, Frances Amelia • 

Graham, Margaret C.J.R 

Grant, Agnes Isabella 

Grant, Caroline D 

Grant, Jean Forsyth 

Grant, Jessie Blyth 

Grant, Mary Jane D 

Grant, T. H 

Grassett, F. Le M 



Doctor . . 
Married. 



City ganger.. 
Auctioneers . . . 

Married 

Spinster 

Minister 

Gentleman. . . 

Married 

Civil servant. 

Married 

Trader 

Manufacturer. 

Married 

Gentleman. .. 

Spinster 

Gentleman 



Married . 



Married 

Manager 

Gentleman 

Clerk in orders 

Spinster 

Superintendent 

Physician 

Gen'l supt 

Gentleman 

.Married 

Spinster 

Parish priest 

Married 

Notary 

Secretary treasurer 

Housekeeper 

•Married 

Retired 



Married . . . 
Merchant. 



Grassett, J. H., and Gerard B. Strathy (trustees) 

Gravel, Joseph 

Gravel, Joseph P. A 

Gray, Charles C. H 

Gray, Gwendolj-n 

Gray, Joseph H. D 

Gray, Ralph 

Green, Arabella (us. leg.) 

Greenshields & C^o 

Greig, Mary Jane 



Married 

Spinster 

Gentleman. 

Spinster 

Married.,.. . 
Gentleman. 

Farmer 

Gentleman. 

Spinster 



Widow 

Commercial artist. 

Married 

Music Teacher 

.Married 

Civil servant 



Ste. Marie, P.Q. 

Quebec, P.Q 

Fra.serville, P.Q. 

Quebec, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q... 
Quebec, P.Q 



Gushing, P.Q 

Coaticook 

Lachute, P.Q 

Ottawa, Ont 

Quebec, P.Q 

Rock Island, P.Q. 



Married 

Gentleman 

Physician and 

geon 

Tmstees 

Superintendent. 

Advocate 

Bank clerk 

Spinster 

Farmer 

Gentleman 

Widow 

Stock brokers. . . 
Married 



Quebec, P.Q 

CapSante, P.Q... 
Westmount, P.Q.. 
Shawinigan Falls. 



Montreal, P.Q. 
Quebec, P,Q... 
Montreal West. 



Quebec, P.Q. . 
North Wales. 
Quebec, P.Q., 
Hull, P.Q... 
Quebec, P.Q.. 

Hill, P.Q 

Quebec, P.Q. . 



CapSante, P.Q 

Douglastown, Gasp6. 
Chiccutimi, P.Q 



Grande Greve, Gaspfe. 



Ottawa, Ont. 
Quebec, P.Q. 



Jersey Mills, P.Q. 

Quebec, P.Q 

Sherbrooke 

Waterville, P.Q... 
Quebec, P.Q 



Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 

Douglastown, P.Q. . . 
Malbay, Gaspe, P.Q. 

Montreal, P.Q 

Quebec, P.Q 

Baltimore, Md 



Bristol, England. 

Montmagny 

Bergerville, P.Q. 
Ottawa, Ont 



England 

Ottawa, Ont. 



Carried forward . 



Quebec 

Toronto, Ont 

Etchemin Bridge, P.Q. 



Perth, Ont 

Hahfax, N.S... 
Danville, P.Q. 

Moosejaw 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Breakey ville. . , 



20 

12 

12 

9 

1 

32 

2 

1 

6 

20 

4 
9 

12 
5 
3 
3 
1 
3 

30 
3 

25 



9,399 


$ 939,580 


4 


400 


10 


1,000 


7 


700 


31 


3,100 


18 


1,800 


10 


1,000 


1 


100 


1 


100 


1 


100 


9 


900 


35 


3,500 


7 


700 


12 


1,200 


12 


1,200 


61 


6,100 


7 


700 


4 


40O 


1 


100 


1 


100 


1 


100 


123 


12,300 


13 


1,300 


35 


3,500 


65 


6,500 


64 


6,400 


65 


6,500 


18 


1,800 


18 


1,800 


18 


1,800 


10 


1,000 


1 


100 


7 


700 


10 


1,000 


4 


400 


4 


400 


5 


500 


4 


400 


21 


2,100 


24 


2,400 


20 


2,000 


31 


3,100 


10 


1,000 


130 


13,000 


3 


300 


20 


2,000 


31 


3,100 


25 


2,500 


56 


5,600 


100 


10,000 


8 


800 


19 


1,900 


25 


2,500 


5 


500 


38 


3,800 


3 


300 



10,878 



2,000 

1,200 

1,200 

900 

100 

3,200 

200 

100 

600 

2,000 



400 
900 

1,200 
500 
300 
300 
100 
30O 

3,000 
30O 

2,500 



1,087,480 



54 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 



Quebec Bank — Banque de Quebec. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Brought forward 

Griffin, Henry W 

Griffiths, Anne 

Grist, Amelia C 

Grist, Emma S 

Grist, Mary L 

Grogan, S. J 

Grogan, S. P 

Grundy, C. Gertrude 

Guignion, Julia 

GuUock, Caroline A 

Hale, Edward Russell (univ* leg. and teat. ex.).. 

Hale, Ellen 

Hale, Jeffrey 

Hall, Janet Anna 

Hall, Margaret 

Hamel, Annie 

Hamel, Julia E 

Hamilton, John 

Hamilton, Blanche G 

Hamilton, Laura S. M 

Hamilton, Robina 

Hamon, Walter F 

Hammond, Elizabeth 

Harkin, James L 

Hart Catherine McLeod 

Hatch, Jane T 

Hatch, Mildred 

Haws, Calista 

Hazen, Alfred Aruna 

Healy, Louisa 

Hearn, John G 

Heath, Blanche J 

Hees, Geo. H., & the National Trust Co., Ltd.. 

(trustees for the Jean Gilbert Hees Trust) 

Henderson, Edward D 

Henderson, Gilbert 

Henderson, Hannah M 

Henderson, Mary A 

Hennessy , Maria 

Hetherington, Thos. S 

Hetherington, T. S. (eior., Martha L. Ashmead, 

Trust) 

Hickey, Daniel J 

Hicks, Dennis F 

Hicks, Eleanor 

Hicks, Marion 

Hicks, Marion and Eleanor 

Hill, Margaret 

Hill,S. H 

Hogan, P 

Holland, John C 

Holt, John H 

Hornor, Emilia Frances 

Hossack, Clara F 

Hossack, Georgiana G 

Hossack, John R 

Houliston, Alex 

Houliston, Janet 

House. Fanny M. H 

Hovey, Mary W 

Hovey, Susanna M 

Howard, Gertrude E 

Hudon, Joseph A 

Hume, Ellen E 

Humphrey, Mary Ann 

Hunt, Caroline E 

Hunt, Caroline E. (us. leg. ) 

Hunt, Fred F 

Hunter, Mary Fanny 

Huot, A. J., (us. leg) 

Huot, Charles (us. leg.) 

Irwin, Charlotte F. L. A 

Irwin, Harry 

Jack, Agnes 

Jalbert, George 

Jalbert, Wilbrod. 

Jeffrey Hale's Hospital 



Description. 



Gentleman. 
Spinster 



Married. . 
Spinster. . 

Clerk 

Manager. 
Married.. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



England 

Ottawa, Ont. 



Gentleman. 
Married. . . . 
Gentleman. 
Married 



Spinster. 



Gentleman. 
Spinster 



Gentleman. 
Married . . . . 
Gentleman. 



Married.. 
Spinster. 



Gentleman. 

Spinster 

Gentleman. 
Married 



Trustees. . . . 
Gentleman., 

Manager 

Married 

Spinster 

Accountant. 
Gentleman. . 



B. of M. trainmen. 

Gentleman 

Spinster , 



Spinsters 

Widow 

Major 

Merchant... 
Gentleman. 

p'urrier 

Married. . . . 
Spinster 



Quebec . 



Sherbrooke 

Rosebridge, Gaspe.. 

Ottawa, Ont , 

Toronto, Ont 

Sherbrooke , 

London, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

Kinnears Mills, P.Q. 
Levis, P.Q 



Quebec . . 
Toronto. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Quebec 

Paspebiac, P.Q. 
Ottawa, Ont. . . . 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Quebec 



Montreal 

Derby Line, Vt., 
Quebec 



Orleans, Vt., U.S.A.. 



Toronto. 
Quebec. 



Newcastle, N.B. 
Quebec 



Stanstead, P.Q. 
England 



Ottawa, Ont. 
Quebec 



Grocer. . . 
Retired. . 
Married., 



Gentleman. 
Spinster 



Gentleman. 
Married... . 
Gentleman. 



Married 

Jeweller 

Spinster 

Coil merchant.. 



Carried forward 12,493 



Rock Island, P.Q. 

Quebec 

England 

Quebec 



Three Rivers . 



Providence, R.I. 
Rock Island 



Montreal 

Quebec 

Leeds, Megantic. 

Montreal 

Quebec 



New York. 
Montreal... 
Quebec 



Pembroke, Ont. 

Montreal 

Quebec 



10,878 
36 
7 
30 
12 
30 
12 
84 
16 
3 

50 

57 

15 

10 

12 

8 

26 

20 

10 

10 

9 

20 

50 

6 

3 

3 

3 

4 

4 

2 

4 

150 

10 

101 
11 
10 
8 
15 
60 

100 

60 

5 

3 

3 

3 

1 

10 

4 

2 

25 

30 

20 

24 

24 

1 

12 

9 

30 

24 

12 

1 

8 

16 

2 

39 

28 

10 

3 

1 

1 

80 

42 

2 

6 

6 

47 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



S 1,087,480 

3,600 

700 

3,000 

1,200 

3,000 

1,200 

7,420 

1,600 

300 

5,000 

5,700 

1,500 

1,000 

1,200 

800 

2,000 

2,000 

1,000 

1,000 

900 

2,000 

5,000 

600 

300 

300 

300 

400 

400 

200 

400 

15,000 

1,000 

10,100 
1,100 
1,000 
800 
1,600 
6,000 

10,000 

6,000 

500 

300 

300 

300 

100 

1,000 

400 

200 

2,500 

3,000 

2,0UO 

2,400 

2,400 

100 

1,200 

900 

3,000 

2,400 

1 



200 

100 

800 

1,600 

200 

3,900 

2,800 

1,000 

300 

100 

100 

8.000 

4,200 

200 

COO 

600 

4.500 



1.247,800 



SHAREnOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Quebec Bank — Banque de Quebec. 



55 



Name. 
Nona. 



Brought forward 

Jeffrey Hale'a Ho.spital (Mackenzie Memorial 

Wi.g) 

Jenkins, Anna Kathleen 

Jenkins, Charles R 

Jiggens, Charles W 

Jiggens, Isabella 

Johnson, H. de L., and J. G W. (trustees) 

Jones, G. E. Allan 

Jones, Grace A 

Joseph, Andrew C 



Joseph, Andrew C, (in trust for A. Hugh) 

Joseph, Andrew C, (in trust for Sophia L) 

Joseph, Annette 

Joseph, Monte liore, (in trust for Kenneth Joseph) . . 

Joseph, Montefiore, (in trust for Rosetta Joseph) . . 

Joseph, Patricia O'Leary 

Jourdan, Augustin 

Kane, Henriette 

Kean, Eliza J 

Kean, William Lawrence 

Kelly, Annie Eleanor 

Kennedy, Jane 

Kennedy, Malvina 

Kennedy, Michael (tutor) 

Kenny, Helen P 

Ketchum, Margaret C. and Fred W. Cadman 

Kinnear, Duncan 

Kinnear, G. F., [in trust fori 

Thompson, Wm \ Mrs. \ 

Mooney, J. W [ Ellen WoodJ 

Kinnear, Geo. F. Rev 

Kinnear, John L 



Kinnear, Wm 

Kirkpatrick, H irriet Bourne 

Knox, Eva B 

Labreque, C 

Labreque, Ernest 

Lacerte, Arthur 

Lachance, Aiistide J 

Lachance, Arthur 

Ladies Protestant Home 

Laflamme, Eugene, Rev 

Lafieur, E 

Laing, James N 

Laing, Marion, (in trust) 

Laing, Peter 

Laird J. Grace, (in trust for Elspeth A. Laird). 

Lamb, Martha , 

Lambkin, Mary A 

Lampman, Elsie, Alberta 

Languedoc, Erie R. de Guerry 

Lanigai, S. A 

La Roque de Roquebrune, Josephine Angers. . 

LaRue, Lac, Rev 

Laurie, A.J 

Laurie, Elizabeth 

Lawrence, Jane • 

Lavallee, Georgina 

Learmonth, Helen. ^ 

Leboutillier, C. Sutton 



Layfield, I. C 

Lay ton, Mary Russell 

Leboutillier, Gertrude M. S 

Leboutillier, Harriet M 

Lee, Katherine G 

Lefevre, Charles A 

Lefevre, Ernest H 

LeGrand, Elvina.. .-. 

LeGrand, Geo.P.,Ella A. .Harold C, and Arthur S. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Married.. 

Manufacturer; 

Farmer 

Married 

Trustees 

Advocate 

Married 

Commission mer- 
chant 



Married 

Wholesale grocer 



Married. 
Retired. 
Married . 



Gentleman. 
Spinster 



Widow. . . 
Manager. 
Married . 



Farmer. 



Gentlemen 

Trustees 

Minister 

Retired from lumber 

mills 

Gentleman 

Widow 

Married 

Notary 



Merchant 

Scales maker. 
Advocat 



Priest 

Barrister. . . 
Gentleman. 

Spinster 

Director 

Married 



Spinster. 
Married. 
Spinster. 
Married., 

Priest 

Married.. 



Widow 

Dress maker. . . 

Married 

Insurance and 

eral agent 

Spinster 

Widow 

Married 



gen- 



Lehou, Isaac 

LeMarquand, John 

Lemesurier, Amelia 

Lemesurier, Charles Stuart. 
Lemieux, Elise , 



Carried forward. 



Spinster Watertown, N.Y. 

A rchitect Quebec . 

Importer 

Married 

Gentlemen 

Spinster 

Gentleman j Quebec 

" I Jersey, England 

Married Quebec 

Gentleman Montreal 

Married Quebec 



Quebec 

Derbv Line, Vt 

Rock Island, P.Q.. 
Leeds Village, P.Q. 



Montreal. 
Quebec. . 



Montreal 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Roxbury, Mass. 
« 

Quebec 



Toronto 

Quebec 

Woodstock, N.B. 
Lemesurier, P.Q. 



Inverness, P.Q. 
Montreal 



Inverness, P.Q 

High River, Alta. 

Kingston, Ont 

England 

Quebec 



Yamachiche, P.Q. 
St. ohnsbury, Vt.. 
Quebec 



Montreal. 



Quebec 

Montreal 

Halifax 

Thorold, Ont. 

Quebec 

Montreal 



Quebec. . 
Toronto. 
Quebec . . 



Gaspe Harbour, P.Q. . 

Vancoiver, B.C 

Montreal 

Gas.ie Harljour, P.Q. 



Paspebiac West, P.Q 
Paspebiac, P.Q 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



12,493 

80 
7 
12 
2 
40 
10 
12 
10 

66 
1 
1 

15 

1 

1 

2 

24 

73 

85 

85 

21 

1 

1 

20 

65 

10 

4 

17 

45 

42 

42 

12 

8 

27 

6 

7 

2 

13 

77 

4 

42 

100 

100 

120 

36 

8 

7 

25 

22 

7 

4 

8 

5 

32 

2 

3 

4 

3 

37 
14 

1 
47 

2 
50 

3 

6 

3 
10 
24 
60 

5 
11 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



S 1,247,800 

8,000 
700 
1,200 
200 
4,000 
1,000 
1,200 
1,000 

6,fi00 

100 

100 

1,-500 

100 

100 

200 

2,400 

7,300 

8,500 

8,500 

2,100 

100 

100 

2,000 

6,500 

1,000 

400 



1,700 

4,500 

4,200 

4,200 

1,200 

800 

2,700 

600 

700 

200 

1,300 

7,700 

400 

4,200 

10,000 

10,000 

12,000 

3,600 

800 

700 

2,500 

2,200 

700 

400 

800 

500 

3,200 

200 

300 

400 

300 
3,700 
1,400 

100 
4,700 

200 
5,000 

300 

600 

300 
1,000 
2,400 
6,000 

500 
1,100 



14.245 



1,423,000 



56 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 



Quebec Bank — Banque de Quebec. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'aotions 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
paye. 



Brought forward 

Lemoine, Gaspard 

Lennon, James 

Lesperance, Marie E. H 

Lewi.s, Helen, M. B 

L' Hotel Dieu du Sacre Coeur de Jesus. . . 

Lighthall, W. F 

Lindsay, Amelia D 

Lindsay, Marie A. E. (tutrix) 

Lindsay, C. W. A. (us. leg.) 

Lindsay, C. W. A. (in trust) 

Literary & Historical Society of Quebec. 

Little, Jessie 

Lloyd, Clara E 

Lodge, Mary 

Lincoln, Albert E 

Lord, Janet Louisa 

Mabe, Adelia Jane 

Mabe, Lilly Maud 

Mabe, Lucy Eliza 

Mabe, \Vm. Henry 

Mabe, Jane .'. 

Macadam, Janet 

MacCarthy, Isobel G 

Machin.T., and John Hamilton 



Mackay, Angus R 

MacKay, Edward 

Mackenzie, Edith M 

Mackenzie, Georgina 

Macnider, James & Co 

Macnider, James 

Macpherson, Annie C 

MacTavish, Flora S 

Magee, Sarah H 

Maguire, Rev. A. E 

Maguire, Rev. A. E., in trust 

Maguire, Isabella 

Maguire, Mary A 

Maguire, Wm. ,M.D 

Malloch, Frances, Grace 

Malloch, George Stewart 

Malloch, Jean O 

Malloch, Thomas Arch 

Malzard, Isaac 

Manual, John 

Marsh, Annie M -. . 

Marsh, Annie M., (in trust for Ruth L) 

Marsh, Annie M., (in trust for A. Alfreda). 

Marsh, Dorothy. 

Marsh, Katherine H 

Marsh, Marion Jean 

Marsh, Win. A 

Mason, Eva, Jackson 

Mathie, Flora 

Mathie.Mary A 

Mayhew, Constance E 

McCaghey, W. D 

McCaghey, Helen 

McCarthy, Frank A 

McConechy , Emma M 

McCuUen, Margaret 

McCurdy & Co., F. B 

McCutcheon, Oliver F 

Macdonough Mary E. J 

McDonough, Josephine E 

McDonough, Theresa M ? 

McDougall, Alice 

McDougall, Dinah 

McDougall, Helen O , 

McDougall & Cowans 

McDougall, Martha V 

McDougall, Mary G 

McDougall, Thos 

McFarlane, A. M. R 

McFarlane, A. S 

McGibbon, Marie and Claxke Rachel 

McGill, Mary Ann. 



Merchant. . . 
Gentleman. 
Married. . . . 



Gentleman. 
Married 



Gentleman., 



Married. 
Spinster. 

Farmer. . 
Married. 
Spinster. 



Gentleman... 

Married 

Spinster 

Married 

Civil service 

man 

Mining engineer 

Engineer 

Married 



gentle- 



Stock brokers. 
Stock broker.. 
Married 



Quebec 

Priest .^r^lgillery, Quebec. 



Married. . . . 

Hotel 

Doctor 

Spinster 

Gentleman. 

Spinster 

Physician... 
Gentleman., 



Quebec . 



Montreal 

Quebec 

Montreal, P.Q. 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Quebec 



Megantic 

Quebec 

Fredericton, N.B.. . . 

Stanstead, P.Q 

Hull, P.Q 

Corner oi the Beach. 



Quebec . 



VVickenberg, Arizona. 
Montreal 



Quebec. 



Ottawa, Ont. 



New- Carlisle, P.Q. . 
St. George, Beauce. 
New Carlisle, P.Q.. 

Hamilton, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 

Hamilton, Ont 



Married . 



Jersey, England. 

Ottawa, Ont 

Quebec 



Spinster., 



Manufacturer. 

Marled 

Spinster 

Married 



Merchant 

Married 

Bank clerk 

Married 

Spinster 

Stock brokers 

Inspector of schools 

.Married 

Spinster 



Married . 



McGratty, Rev. Hugh Priest 



Stock brokers. 

Married 

Spinster 

Gentleman 

Married 

Gentleman 

None 

Spinster 



Lachute, P.Q. 

Montreal 

Quebec 



New Westminster, B.C.. . 

London, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 



Leeds Village, P.Q. 
Chicago., Ill 



Montreal. 



Stanstead. 
Montreal. 



Fredericton. 
Lachute. ... 

Montreal 

Quebec 



Carried forward 15 , 857 



14,245 
130 

40 

3 

» 62 

6 

50 

14 
4 
5 

35 

17 
8 
2 

33 
5 

24 
3 
3 
3 
2 
3 
4 
5 

12 

12 

12 

5 

120 

36 

40 

25 

3 

24 

7 

1 

55 

2 

4 

1 

1 

1 

2 

5 

31 

36 

5 

5 

7 

1 

7 

200 

6 

5 

5 

44 

6 

31 

1 

65 

13 

12 

8 

10 

1 

1 

8 

18 

4 

18 

1 

4 

126 

75 

3 

16 

7 

3 



1,423,000 
13,0CO 

4,000 
300 

6,200 
600 

5,000 

1,400 
400 
500 

3,500 

1,700 
800 
200 

3,300 
500 

2,400 
300 
300 
300 
200 
30O 

4oa 

500 

1,200 

1,200 

1,200 

500 

12,000 

3,600 

4,000 

2,500 

300 

2,400 

700 

100 

5,500 

200 

400 

100 

100 

100 

200 

50O 

3,100 

3,600 

500 

500 

700 

lOO 

700 

20,000 

600 

50O 

500 

4,400 

600 

3,100 

100 

6,500 

1,300 

1,200 

80O 

1,000 

100 

100 

800 

1,800 

400 

1,800 

100 

400 

12,600 

7,500 

300 

1,600 

700 

30O 



1,584,400 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 



57 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Quebec Bank — Banque de Quebec. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Brousht forward 

McHarg, Christina 

McHars, John 

McIntjTO, Annie 

Mclntyre, Eva 

Mclntyre, Wm 

McKeon, H. J 

McKcnzie, John 

McLearn, Annie M 

McLiinont, Anna F. (Institute) 

M cLimont, J . C. (in trust) 

McLiinont, Sarah E. (us. leg.) 

McLiniont, Sarali E. & J. C, in trust. 



McMahon, F. O 

McMillan, A. G 

McMillan, D. A 

McMillan, J. W 

McMillan, Harriet Louise 

McMillan, Henrietta R 

McMillan, Lome 

McNaughton, Annie E. (univ. leg.) 

McPherson, W. A 

Meiklejohn, Elizabeth 

Meredith, Edward G 

Meredith, Erie C 

Messervey, Mary 

Messervey, Charles Philip 

Methot, Louis T. E 

Mickle, Sarah 

Miller, Evelina B 

Miller, J. N 

Milne, Catherine L 

Mitchell, Ida Mary 

Mitchell, Sophia A. (in trust) 

Moffatt, A. W 

Monod, Maud M 

Mon. City & District Savings Bank 

Mon. St. Bridgets Refuge 

Montizambert, Alice L., (Institute 

Montizambert, Caroline E 

Mooney, Samuel W 

Mooney, Sarnuel W. (in trust for Charles) 

Mooney, Samuel W. (in trust for John) 

Mooney, Samuel W. (in trust for Colin) 

Morgan, Alfred R 

Morgan, David VV 

Morrill, Abbot Joseph 

Morrill, Survina 

Morrin College 

Mount Hermon Cemetery Association of Quebec. 

Mountain, Catherine, S 

Mulhall, Ellen and Eliza 

Mulroney, W. J. and Geo 

Mulroney, Thos 

Murphy, Hermine 

Murray, Ida G 

Murray, Loui.sa E 

Murray, Melissa 

Myrand, Zoe D 

Nash, Arthur E., (manager), in trust for the 

Doctor Henry Fowle, Smith's Trust 

Neilson, Wm. Aug 

Neilson, Alfred N 

Neilson, Henry Ivan 

Neilson, Hubert, M.D 

Neilson, Norman J. R 

Nelson, Jessie J 

Newcombe, H 

Norris, Helena 

Newton, Bertha 

NicoUs, Rev. G. G 

Norris, Myra L 

Norris, Carolina J 

Nugent, Janet A 

O'Brien, Eliza J 

O'Connel, Mary 

Ogle, Frances G 

O'Neill, John F 



Carried forward . 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
{ of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



Married. 
Farmer. . 
Married. 



Farmer 

Agent 

Gentleman 



Maple Hill, P.Q. 



Montreal.. 
Inverness, 



P.Q. 



Montreal 

St. Pierre Baptiste 

Widow Newcastle, Miramichi. 

Spinster , Ottawa 

Merchant jQuebec 

Married " 



Merchant. . . 
Gentleman. 



■| 



Spinster. 



Gentleman 

Married 

Farmer 

Spinster 

Notary public. 

Married 

Spinster 

Com. traveller. 

Dentist 

Spinster 

Married 

Civil service 

Married 



Chatsworth, Ont. 

Vancouver 

Hespeler 

Montreal 



iQuebec 

IPort Daniel, P.Q. 

Toronto 

Quebec 



Montreal 

'Boston, Mass. 

jToronto 

iQuebec 



None 

Accountant . 
Married 



Married 

Spinster 

Gentleman. 



Montreal 

Halifax, N.S. 



Montreal 

Paris, France 

Montreal 

Montreal 

Quebec 

iMaynooth, Ireland. 
Inverness 



Merchant. . . ' jQuebec 

Gentleman " 

Farmer IStanstead, P.Q.. . . 

Widow 'SomerviUe, Mass. 

Quebec 



Married 

Spinsters 

Merchants.'. 

Provincial police. 

Spinster 

Married 



Spinster.. 
Widow... 



Manager. . . . 
Gentleman. 



Doctor 

Gentleman. 
Married. . . 
Gentleman. 

Spinster 

Married 

Minister. . . . 

Spinster 

Married 



Gentleman.. 



England . 
Quebec. 



Montreal. 



Boston.. 
Quebec. 



Quebec j,. 

. . Neilsonville, P.Q . 



Lancaster, N. H. 

Ottawa, Ont 

Quebec 

Winnipeg 

Montreal 

Quebec 



Kinnear's Mills, 

Quebec 

Sillery, P.Q 

Hahfax, N.S.... 
Cornwall, Ont... 



P.Q. 



15,857 

3 

1 

10 

10 

6 

10 

2 

3 

35 
59 
30 

4 
3 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
2 

15 
40 
9 
36 
7 
9 
3 

50 

6 

24 

12 

5 

10 

2 

4 

10 

272 

4 

51 

2 

25 

2 

2 

2 

1 

48 

5 

10 

6 

64 

37 

13 

20 

10 

4 

1 

1 

4 



75 

7 

1 

5 

5 

9 

2 

12 

18 

17 

18 

21 

25 

1 

35 

10 

52 

15 



17,206 



1,584,400 

30O 

100 

1,000 

1,000 

600 

1,000 

200 

300 

3,500 

5,900 

3,000 

40O 
300 
200 

200 

100 

200 

200 

200 

1,500 

4,000 

900 

3,600 

700 

900 

300 

5,000 

600 

2,400 

1,200 

500 

1,000 

200 

400 

1,000 

27,200 

400 

5,100 

200 

2,500 

200 

200 

200 

100 

4,800 

500 

1,000 

600 

6,400 

3,700 

1,300 

2,000 

1,000 

400 

100 

100 

400 

800 



7,500 

700 

100 

500 

500 

900 

200 

1,200 

1,800 

1,700 

1,800 

2,100 

2,. 500 

100 

3,500 

1,000 

5,200 

1,500 



1,719,300 



58 



DEPARTMEXT OF FIXAXCB 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 



Quebec Bank — Banque de Quebec. 



Name. 
Nom. 




Post Office Addresa. 
Adresse. 



Brought forward 

Oliver, Matilda E 

O'Meara, Josephine, Henrietta Mary, Eliza Ellen 

and Kathleen Tus. leg.) 

O'Rourke, Man- B 

O'Rourke, T. Frank 

Orphan .Asylum, (Female) 

Page, Eliza Marj- 

Pagnuelo, Justine (J. de L. Tache, curator) 

Pagnuelo, Justine 

Paquet, Adelina Therien 

Paquet, Joseph 

Paquet, Rev'd Louis H. (test ex. and un. leg.) 

Pare, Celina (univ. leg.) 

Parke, B. S 

Parsons. Alice Katherine 

Paterson, R. MacD 

Patton, Allan 

Patton, Emmy C 

Patton, Florence 

Patton, Louisa C .... 

Patton, H. B 

Patton, Reainald C 

Patton. W.R 

Pelletier, Elise 

Pearson, Charlotte E 

Pelletier, Joseph C 

Pelletier, Napoleon (tutor to Caroline Pelletier)... 

Pennev, Sarah 

Pentliind, C. .\ 

Pentland, C. A., and A. Ahem (exors.) 

Pentland, Margaret 

Pepin, Henri Godin 

Perrett, Eleanor G 

Perr>-, James (in trust) 

Petrie, Alex 

Petry, .■Vraminta 

Phelan, Mary 

Richer, Roland 

Picher, Romeo 

Piddington, Alfred 

Piddington, .Annie, Institute 

Piddington, Samuel 

Pierce. Henry F 

Pirie, Elizabeth L 

Pirie, MarvT 

Pool, Maud G. S [ ....'. 

Pope, Ann (us. leg.) 

Pope, Ix)U!sa F 

Poston, C. Matilda ■. 

Powell, Charles Edward 

Pozer, Ethe! J 

Pozer, Hannah G 

Pozer, Philip G '. '..'...'.'. 

Pozer, Wm . John 

Provenchnr, Louise D 

Purves, Jane Ann 

Pye, Clara Emma 

Pye, George Peter 

Pyke, James W 



Married. 



Quebec. 



Spinsters 

Married jRock Island, P.Q. 

Gentleman j Derby Line, Vt...- 

; Quebec 

Married IBath, England 

Thetford Mines... 



Number 
of shares . 

Nombre 
d'actions 



Quebec 

Contractor iLevis, P.Q 

Priest Quebec 

Spinster I " | 

Farmer I Domain Lairet, Quebec... i 

Married |Rock Island, P.Q | 

Insurance Montreal 

Clerk ■ Levis, P.Q 

Spinster | Montreal, P.Q 



Married. 
Banker.. 



Physician 

Spinster 

Married 

Farmer 

Gentleman 

Widow , 

Lawyer 

[Solicitor, manager. 

jMarried 

1 Druggist 

jMarried 

I Cabinet maker 

iSailmaker 

Married 

Spinster 

Gentleman 



Retired banker. 

Married 

Gentleman 

Horse dealer 

Spinster 



Married. 



Spinster 

Married , 

Gentleman 

Spinster 

Trained nurse. 

Bank clerk 

Gentleman. . 
Widow 



Quebec, Archbishop of 

Quebec, Bishop of (R.C.) 

Quebec, Corporation (in trust) 

Quebec, Corporation of the Cure of the Parish of 

Notre Dame 

Quebec Seminarv 

Quebec, S. P C." A 

Quebec, St. Andrews Society 

Quebec Women's Christian Assoc 

<iuinn, Andrew W 

Quinn, Catherine S 

Quinn, Esther McGill ........[.[...[.. 

Quinn, Jas. L .• 

liacey , Daisy A 

Racey, Geo. W. Norman Withington, Maurice 

Jame.s, jointly 

Racey,' Harriet S 

Carried forward 



ftpmster 

Housekeeper 

Mini.«ter 

Iron and steel mer- 
chant 



I Manager 

; Spinster 

: Married 

Gentleman. 
Spin-ster. . . . 



Gentleman. 

■ Spinster 



Toronto., 



Montreal 

Toronto 

Cacouna, P.Q. 

Montreal 

Cacouna, P.Q. 
Quebec 



[Montreal.. 



Belham, England. 
Quebec 



Toronto 

Arthabasca , 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Quebec 

Ottawa 

Stanstead, P.Q 

Baton Rouge, U.S.A., 

Rye, New York 

Westmount, P.Q 

Quebec 

Levis, P.Q 

Herts, England 

Bowmanville, Ont. . . . 

Hanover, N H 

Bowmanville, Ont 

Winnipeg, Man 

Quebec 

Kitsilano, Vancouver. 
Sandy Beach, Gaspp. . 
Drummond, P.Q 



Montreal. 
Quebec. . 



Montreal . 



Mor.semere, New Jersey. 
Quebec 



Parkhill, Ont. 



17,206 
19 

25 

5 

30 

105 

4 

4 

8 

6 

12 

50 

55 

34 

10 

120 

5 

38 

39 

72 

21 

18 

100 

18 

12 

27 

1 

4 

42 

130 

64 

21 

1 

10 

70 

22 

2 

I 

1 

35 

134 

50 

8 

13 

13 

7 

25 

10 

1 

3 

6 

6 

5 

78 

20 

36 

6 

6 

60 

228 

77 

765 

123 

140 

39 

IS 

49 

1 

3 

5 

2 

6 

14 
6 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
paye. 



20,416 



$ 1,719,300 
1,900 

2,500 

500 

3,000 

10,500 

400 

400 

800 

540 

1,200 

5,000 

5,500 

3,400 

1,000 

12,000 

500 

3,800 

3,900 

7,200 

2,100 

1,800 

10,000 

1,800 

1,200 

2,700 

100 

400 

4,200 

13,000 

6,400 

2,100 

100 

1. 000 

7,000 

2,200 

200 

100 

100 

3,500 

13,400 

5,000 

SCO 

1.300 

1,300 

700 

2,500 

1,000 

100 

300 

600 

600 

500 

7,800 

2,600 

3,600 

600 

600 

6,000 
22,S00 

7,700 
76,500 

12,300 

14,000 

3,900 

1,800 

4,900 

100 

300 

500 

200 

600 

1,400 
600 



I 
I 



2,040.240 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Quebec Bank — Banque de Quebec. 



59 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



Brought forward 

Racey , John 

Racey, Maruice James 

Racine, David 

Racine, J . R 

Ratle, Emma 

Ratte, Louis L 

Riiwle, Amelia N 

Recordon, Ed 

Recordon, Mnthilde 

Read, Joseph .-V. *. 

Renfrew, Allan E ^ 

Renfrew, Eliza 

Renfrew, Gordon C 

Renfrew, G. Constance 

Renfrew, Walter C 

Reynolds, .\lary L 

Rhodes, Dorothy G. E 

Rhodes, Godfrey VVm, William & F. B. F. (exe- 
cutors) 

Rhodes, Godfrey \V., and William (in trust for Car- 
oline Annie Williams) 

Rhodes, M. Grace 

Rhodes, Sophia A 

Richardson, Catherine 

Richardson, Margaret T 

Richardson, Marion T 

Ridd, Ellen S 

Ridout, Douglas K 

Ritchie, Helen A 

Ritchie, Robert 

Robertson, Jane M 

Robertson, Sarah J. (us. leg.) 

Robinson, Anna 

Robin-son, G. W 

Roclcett, Alice 

Rodey, Carrie L. Fletcher 

Rodej', Edward A 

Ross, Frank W 

Ross. Harriet A. (exetrix) 

Ross, Jane 

Ross, John 

Ross, John Algernon (Edmund Durnford Sewel!, 
curator) 

Ross, John T 

Ross, John T. (trustee) 

Ross, John T. (in trust) 

Ross, John T. and J. G. Scott (trustees) 

Ross, Mabel K 

Ross, Mary 

Roulston, Ida 

Roulston, Maria S 

Roulston, Reginald 

Rousseau, Rev. L. Albert 

Rowlands, C. S 

Roy, Alexandre 

Roy, Leontine J 

Roy, Alfred 

Roy, Alice 

Ro}^ Francis P. (us. leg.) ' 

Roy, Ida 

Roy, Marguerite (us: leg. ) 

Royal Trust Co. {trustees for Coffin Carrier trust) 

Royal Trust Co. {trustees for Cecilia, Caroline and 

\ I Emma Eraser) 

Royal Trust Co. (exor estate J. H. Botterell' 

Russell, Elizabeth 

Russell, Fanny E 

Roval Trust Co. (curator to the substitution of 

W " Rev. G. V. Housman) 

Sandilands, Edith Caroline 

Sandilands, H. G. Lt.-Col. R. F. A 

Sandilands, Margaret Geraldine 

Sandilands, Mary 

Saunders, Alex 

Saunders, Rebecca 

Scholes, Mary 

Scott, Arthur E 

Scott, Cordelia 



Stockman 

Art student 

Jeweller and optician 

Bank clerk 

Spinster 

Gentleman 

Married 

Gentleman.. 

Spinster 

Master mariner 

Merchant 

Married 

Gentleman 

Married 

Gentleman 

Married 

Spinster 



Lennoxville, Que. 

Toronto, Ont 

Quebec 



St. Valier, P.Q 

St. Flavie, P.Q 

Edge Cove, England . 
Vevey, Switzerland.. 



Fredericton, N.B.' 
Toronto, Ont 



Gentleman. 



.Married . 



Spinster. 



Insurance broker.. 

Married 

Gentleman 

Spinster 

Married 

Spinster 

Gentleman 

Spinster 

Married 

B. & M.Ry. operator 

Gentleman 

Married 

Spinster 

Gentleman 



Gentleman . 



Married 

Spinster 

Teacher 

Married. . . . 
Paper-ruler. 

Priest 

Married.. . . 
Gentleman. 
Married.. . . 
Gentleman. 

Spinster 

Gentleman. 

Spinster 

Married 



Spinster. 
Married., 



Spinster 

Lt. -Colonel. 
Spinster 



Kelowna, B.C. 



Toronto, Ont . . . 
Hamilton, Ont. 
Quebec 



Amherst, N.S. 
Quebec 



Toronto 

Kitsilano, Vancouver. 
Quebec 



Hamilton, Ont 

Quebec 

Hastings, England. 

Quebec 

Derby Line, Vt 



Quebec 

It 

Kinnear's Mills, P.q'. 
(( 

Quebec 



Kinnear's Mills, P.Q. 
Montreal 



Mastai, P.Q 

Montera! 

Quebec 

Scotstown, P.Q. 
Quebec 



Three Rivers 

Quebec 

Cap Chatte, P.Q. 
Montreal 



Quebec 

Levis, P.Q. 
Quebec 



Gentleman. 

Married 

Widow 

Insurance. . . 
Married 



Bourne, England 

Aldershot, England. 
Bournemouth, Eng.. 
Edinburgh, Scot. . . . 
London, England — 



Montreal. 
Quebec. . 



20,416 

3 

1 

5 

5 

12 

10 

8 

4 

3 

3 

67 

3 

32 

21 

27 

9 

4 



o 

20 

7 

46 

32 

18 

1 

42 

11 

100 

37 

48 

37 

40 

7 

5 

5 

244 

216 

3 

1 



19 
600 
224 

60 
218 

60 
3 
6 

12 
4 
3 

12 
3 

20 
1 
3 

14 
1 
5 



45 

10 

100 

34 

14 

5 

5 

5 

5 

132 

114 

31 

2 

8 



Carried forward I I I 23,340 



2,040,240 

3U() 

100 

500 

500 

1,200 

1,000 

800 

400 

300 

300 

5,700 

300 

3,200 

2,100 

2,700 

900 

400 

700 

500 

2,000 

700 

4,600 

3,200 

1,800 

100 

4,200 

1,100 

10,000 

3,700 

4,800 

3,700 

4,000 

700 

500 

500 

24,400 

21,600 

300 

100 

1,900 
60,000 
22,400 

6,000 
21,800 

6,000 
300 
600 

1,200 
400 
300 

1,200 
300 

2,000 
100 
300 

1,400 
100 
500 
800 

4,500 

1,000 

10.000 

3,400 

1,400 

500 

500 

500 

500 

13,200 

11,400 

3,000 

200 

800 



2,332,640 



60 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 



Quebec Bank — Banque de Quebec. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Brought forward 



Scott, E. G 

Scott, E. G. & H. C. (intrust) 

Scott, E. G. & J. G. (intrust) 

Scott, H. C. and Company 

Scott, James G 

Scott, Jane H. (us. leg.) 

Scott, Jane M. A 

Scott, Isabella 

Scott, Margaret S 

Scale, William 

Sedgewick, Rev. T 

Senkler, Agnes C 

Senkler, Eleanor Mary 

Senkler, Frances Isabella 

Senkler, Honor 

Senkler, William S 

Sewell, Ada G 

Sewell, Caroline 

Sewell, Eva J. (in trust for H. Arthur) 

Sewell, Emily E 

Sewell, Henrietta C 

Sewell, Janie E. H 

Sharpies, Euphemia (us. log.) 

Sharpies, H. H 

Sharpies, Margaret 

Sharpies, Mary 

Shaw, Charles H 

Shaw, Elizabeth B 

Shaw, Marion 

Shee, Mary Ann 

Sheppard, Sophia E 

Sherwood, Esther A 

Shirres, Edith 

Short, Agnes 

Simmons, Amelia L 

Simon, Wm. (fils d'Abraham) 

Simon, Moses 

Sirois, L. P 

Sirois, L. P. (in trust) 

Sirois, L. P. (tutor) 

Sissons, Robert 

Sissons, Robt. (in trust) 

Sisters of the Good Shepherd 

Slater, Robert N 

Smith, Annie C 

Smith, Arthur W 

Smith, Charles 

Smith, Frances H 

Smith, George T 

Smith, Henry 

Smith, Louisa C 

Smith, Maggie Forsvth 

Smith, R. H. (in trust for A. B. Smith) 

Smith, R. H. (in trust for E. E. Smith) 

Somerville, Annie K 

Soeurs de la Charite 

Soeurs de la Congregation de Notre Dame 

Sowden, Mary M 

Staton, Jessie Mabel 

Stevenson, Agnes Allan 

Stevenson, Agnes 

Stevenson, Agnes S 

Stevenson, Alice 

Stevenson, B. B 

Stevenson, Maud 

Stevenson, Elizabeth 

Stevenson, F. A. Dr 

Stevenson, Mary 

Stevenson, Maria M. W 

Stewart, Donald M 

Stewart, Edith C 

Stewart, Florence S 

Stewart, Isabella 

Stewart, Isabella H 

St. Andrews Church (in trust for Sunday School 

St. Andrews Church (in trust for Poor Fund) . . . . 

St. Andrews Church, Levis 



Merchant Quebec. 

Trustees 



Stock brokers. 
Gentleman .. 

Spinster 

Married 



Spinster 

Saw-mills mgr. 

Minister 

Spinster 



Married. 



Montreal 

Quebec 

Ottawa 

Hull 

Toronto, Ont 

Charlottelown, P.E.I. 

Price, P.Q 

Tatamagouche, N S. . , 

Brockville, Ont 

Perth, Ont 



Gentleman 

Spinster Quebec. 



Married. 



Lumber... 
Married.. . 
Spinster . . . 
Merchant. 
Married.. . 



Spinster. 
Married. 



-^^t;* 

Farmer G 

Merchan D and farmer 
Notaire 



Levis, P.Q 

Ottawa, Ont 

Montreal 

Quebec 

Levis 

rand Greve, Gasp6. 



Quebec . 



Superintendent. 



Gentleman 

Spin.ster 

Merchant 

Gentleman 

Married 

Machinist 

Retired merchant.. 



Ottawa, Ont. 



Mayers Falls, Wash. 
American Falls, lo. . 
Saratoga Springs — 

Aurora, Ont 

Quebec 



Married iPickford, Mich. 

Trustee [Quebec 



Married Inverness. 

Quebec. . . 



Toronto 

Quebec 

iLillico, Alta. 

Spinster Quebec 



Banker IMontreal 

Spinster I London, England . 



Doctor Montreal 

Spinster \ Quebec 

" Sound Beach, Conn . 

Lumber Quebec 

Married Montmagny, P.Q. . . 

Spinster London, England.... 

Ottawa, Ont 



Carried forward ' 24, 836 



Montreal. 
Quebec. 



Levis. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



23,340 



8 

7 

6 

15 

15 

6 

12 

15 

5 

39 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
paye. 



2,332,640 



39 


3,900 


37 


3,700 


10 


1,000 


2 


200 


18 


1,800 


7 


700 


24 


2,400 


12 


1,200 


23 


2,300 


50 


5,000 


12 


1,200 


21 


2,100 


4 


400 


21 


2,100 


4 


400 


35 


3,500 


5 


500 


15 


1,500 


1 


100 


24 


2,400 


20 


2,000 


42 


4,200 


37 


3,700 


8 


800 


13 


1,300 


9 


900 


43 


4,300 


2 


290 


2 


200 


10 


1,000 


1 


100 


44 


4.400 


37 


3,700 


3 


300 


54 


5,400 


4 


400 


3 


300 


8 


800 


9 


900 


10 


1,000 


88 


8,800 


8 


800 


9 


900 


43 


4,300 


6 


600 


4 


400 


2 


200 


30 


3,000 


3 


300 


144 


14,400 


9 


900 


8 


800 


2 


200 


2 


200 


,3 


300 


20 


2,000 


7 


700 


70 


7,000 


1 


100 


1 


100 


8 


800 


12 


1,200 


8 


800 


120 


12,000 


8 


800 


27 


2,700 


2 


200 



800 

700 

600 

1,500 

1,500 

600 

1,200 

1,500 

500 

3,900 



2,482,240- 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Quebec Bank — Banque de Quebec. 



61 



Xame. 
Nom. 



Brought forward 

St. Georges Society of Quebec 

St. Julien, Rose 

Stocking, Imogen 

Stoddard, Susan 

Storey, Wm. L. M.D 

Straehan, J. \V 

Stuart, Adelc Maud 

Stuart, G. G 

Stuart, Mary L 

Stubbs, Emily F. A 

Sullivan, Ethel Lillian 

Sutherland, Catherine Ann 

Sutherland, Elizabeth M 

Sutherland, Jos. D 

Sutherland, Susan 

Sutherland, W. J 

Swail, Sarah M 

Sweetland, Louisa A 

Talbot, Georgiana (us. leg.) 

Taschcreau, Jlarguerite, Alice and Edith 

Taylor, Eva I 

Taylor, Helen 

Taylor, J. B 

Taylor, J. B., in trust 

Taylor, Margaret J 

Temple, Annie (univ. leg. and extrx.) 

Tessier, C 

Tessier, C. , in trust for Guy Hamel 

Theberge, G. S 

Thom , John S 

Thomas, H. \V., in trust 

Thomas, Myrrha C. E 

Thomson, Charlotte H 

Thomson, D. C 

Thompson, Harriet 

Thompson, ^iaria 

Thompson, William 

Thompson, Wm., M.D 

Thompson, W. G 

Thompson, W. J 

Thompson, Wm. R 

Tims, Frances A 

Tims, Frances A. (us. leg.) 

Tofield, Sarah J. (us. leg.) 

Toronto General Trust Corporation, trustees for. 

H. S. Perley 

Toronto General Trust Corporation, in trust for 

Frances L. H. Hamilton 

Toronto General Trust Corporation, in trust for 

Geo. T. Hamilton 

Trinity Church of Quebec 

Trustees of the Emily Douglas Trust 

Trustees of the Caroline Hill Trust 

Turner, Harriet A 

Tweddell, Ida Maud 

Tweddell, Mary Ann V 

Tweddell, Margaret 

L'rsulines de Quebec, Les Dames Religieuses 

^.'alin, Celina Bardy 

Vallee, Honorine C. Vallee, extrx. and univ. leg... 

Valpy, Druscilla D 

Valp.\-, Dumaresq C 

Valpy, Lottie D 

Veit, Mary I 

Vibert, Beatrice 

Vibert, George 

Vibert, Hilda 

Vibert , James 

Vibert, James, tutor to Ada Vibert 

Vibert, James, tutor to Gladys 

Vibert, James, tutor to Ida 

Vibert, James, tutor to Wilson 

Vibert, Jessie 

Vibert, Sydney 

Vibert, William 

Vincent, Delia 

Vintiner, Ellen Louisa 

Von Iffland, Rev. A. A., in trust 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 

Adrcssc. 



i 



Widow 

Married. .. 
Spinster... 
Doctor. . . . 
Caretaker. 
Spinster. .. 
Solicitor.. . 
Spinster. . . 
Married.. . 



Spinster. 



Quebec 

Aylmer, P.Q.... 

Canton, N.Y 

Montreal 

Belfast, Ireland. 

Quebec 

Ottawa, Ont 

Quebec 

Ottawa, Ont 

Quebec 

Halifax. N.S.... 
Quebec 



Merchant. 
Spinster. .. 
Clerk.. .. 
Married.. . 



Married.. 
Spinsters. 
Spinster.. 



Gentleman . 



Spinster. . . 
Married.. . 
Advocate . 



Saskatoon, 
New York. 
Quebec .... 
Chicoutimi 
Quebec 



Sask. 



Notary 

Forwarder 

Gentleman JMontreal 

Nurse Springfield, Mass 



Ste. Marie, Beauce. 
Quebec . 



Spinster . 
Gentleman. 
Married — 



Carried forward . 



Gentleman. 

Doctor 

Farmer 

Manager — 

Farmer 

Spinster 



Married. 



Quebec. 



Kinnear's Mills, 
Coaticook, P.Q 



P.Q. 



Kinnear's Mills, P.Q.. 



Quebec 

Kinnear's Mills. 
Quebec 



Montreal . 



Ottawa. 



Toronto . 



Married . . 
Spinster . . 

Married.. 
Convent . 
Married. . 



Widow 

Secretary 

Spinster 

Married 

Spinster 

General merchant. 

Spinster 

Farmer 



Married . . . . 
Gentleman. 
Fisherman . 
Married 



Minister. 



Quebec . 
Ottawa . 



Quebec . . . 
Winnipeg. 



Quebec . 



Perce, P.Q. 



Gaspe Basin, P.Q 

Montreal 

Corner of the Beach, P.Q 



Montreal 

Corner of the Beach. 



Quebec. . . 
Bury, P.Q. 
England . . . 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



24.836 

21 

3 

29 

69 

60 

6 

9 

224 

8 

32 

3 

37 

39 

39 

38 

7 

3 

2\ 

8 

9 

40 

32 

6 

11 

30 

9 

24 

15 

20 

15 

43 

10 

11 

6 

54 

33 

4 

2 

8 

6 

27 

5 

13 

30 

24 



3 

17 

10 

10 

1 

10 

10 

11 

30 

26 

5 

17 

1 

1 

12 

6 

10 

6 

35 

6 

6 

6 

5 

30 
3 
2 
2 
7 
19 



26, 292 



2,482,240 

2.100 

300 

2,900 

6,900 

6,000 

600 

900 

22.400 

800 

3.200 

300 

3.700 

3.900 

3,900 

3.800 

700 

300 

2,400 

800 

900 

4,000 

3,200 

600 

1,100 

3,000 

900 

2,400 

1,500 

2,000 

1,500 

4.300 

1,000 

1,100 

600 

5,400 

3,300 

400 

200 

800 

fiOO 

2,700 

500 

1,300 

3,000 

2,400 

300 

300 

1,700 

1,000 

1,000 

100 

1,000 

1,000 

1,100 

3,000 

2,600 

500 

1,700 

100 

100 

1,200 

600 

1,000 

-600 

3,500 

600 

600 

600 

500 

3.000 

300 

200 

200 

700 

1,900 



2,627,840 



62 



DEPARTMEXT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 



Quebec Bank — Banque de Quebec. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Broucht forward 

Von I£fland, Harriet S 

Von Iffland, L. D., in trust for Maud Lillian 

Waddell, Elizabeth 

Wakeham, Wm., M.D 

Walker, Margaret 

Wallace, Beatrice M 

Walsh, Gertrude F 

Walsh, John H 



Walsh, William 

Walters, Marjorie T 

Ward, Mary 

Ward. MaryE 

Ward, Harriet W 

Ward, William J 

Washer, Anabella M 

Walters, Catherine E 

Watts-Jones, M ary K 

Webster, Margaret D.. . 

Webster, Nena S 

Webster, Sarah R 

Wedge, Joseph F 

West, Charlottes 

West, Christine 

West, Grace 

Wheeler, Eleanor E 

Whitaker, Emily C 

White, Amelia 

White, Mary F (us. leg.). 

White, William, Hon 

Whitehead, Alfred B 



Description. 



Married 

School teacher. 

Married 

Doctor 

Married 



General Mgr. 

Ry 

Manager 

Married 



Q. C. 



Gentleman. 
Married 



Spinste 



Gentleman. 
Spinster 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



England 

Fort Saskatchewan. 

Quebec 

Gaspe, P.Q 

Riviere du Loup 

St. Catherine, Ont.. 
Montreal 



Sherbrooke 

Montmagny, P.Q. . . . 
Malbay, Gaspe, P.Q. 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Lennoxville, P.Q 



Quebec . 



Montreal . 
Quebec . . . 



Montreal 

Portneuf, P.Q. 



Whitehead, Arthur W Gentleman. 

Whitehead, Benj. J 

Whitehead, Jos L 

Wicksteed , Harriet Elizabeth Spinster 

Wicksteed, Henry K iGentleman 

Wicksteed, Louisa Caroline I Spinster 

Wilkie, Annabella O'Hara 

Wilkie, Margaret S 

Williams, Caroline A., in trust for Violet N. Wil' 

,„.„liams Married. 

Williams, Caroline A., in trust for Gertrude Wil 

liams 

Williamson, Isabella C 

Wilson, D. R Gentleman. 

\\ ilson, Emma Married 

Wilson, H. Estelle 

Wilson, J. H Gentleman. 

\> ilson, Jane Married. 

Wilson, J. McD ; Gentleman. 

W ilson, Robert 

W'ilson, Robert, Jr. , in trust 

Winfield, Mary Isabella 

Winfield, Joseph 



Quebec 

Liverpool, England. 

Married Montreal 

Quebec 

Gentleman jSherbrooke 

Commission mer- 
chant Quebec 



Winfield, Richard 

Wood, Josiah, Hon 

Woodley, Marion S 

Wood ley, Marion S., tutrix. 

Woodside, Jessie 

Woodward, Caroline B 

Woolryche, Eliza J 

Wotherspoon, Blanche G . . . 
Wright, C. B. B., Rev. 



Wright, R. W. E tGentle: 



Married 

Accountant. 



Wurtele, Bessie 

Wurtele, Ernest F 

Wurtele, Ernest F., in trust for F. Aubry 

Young, Isabella J Spinster 

Young, Jane D 



Ottawa, Ont. 

.~ Toronto 

Ottawa, Ont. 
Quebec 



Spinster 

Commission mer- 
chant 

Gentleman 



Married . 



England. 



Montreal 

Joliette, P.Q 

Sherbrooke, P.Q. 
Montreal 



Quebec . 



Montreal . 
Quebec.. . 



Sackville, 
Quebec . . . 



N.B. 



Spinster. 
Married . , 

Minister. 



Total. 



Thurso, P.Q 

Hamilton 

Toronto 

Montreal 

Milwaukee, Wis.. 
Lennoxville, P.Q. 
Quebec 



Montreal . 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actiona. 



26. 



292 

7 

1 

1 

54 

28 

20 

8 

50 

12 

1 

42 

50 

2 

10 

2 

14 

5 

2 

4 

1 

2 

9 

11 

10 

6 

16 

30 

7 

36 

4 

7 

4 

5 

43 

19 

36 

50 



1 
3 
2 

19 
8 
2 
5 
7 

20 
6 

18 

60 

48 

10 

9 

5 

45 

12 

5 

6 

15 

25 

1 

12 

10 

6 

14 



27,326 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
payg. 



2,627.840 

700 

100 

100 

5,400 

2,800 

2,000 

800 

5,000 

1,200 

100 

4,200 

6,000 

200 

1,000 

200 

1.400 

500 

200 

400 

100 

200 

900 

1,100 

1,000 

600 

1.600 

3.00O 

700 

3,600 

400 

700 

400 

500 

4,300 

1,900 

3,600 

5,000 

5,000 

100 



100 
300 
200 
900 
800 
200 
500 
700 

2,000 
600 

1,800 



1 



6,000 

4,800 

1,000 

900 

500 

4,500 

1,200 

500 

600 

1,500 

2,500 

100 

1,200 

1,000 

600 

1,400 



2,731,240 



We certify the foregoing to be a correct list of the shareholders of this Bank as on December 31, 1913. 

B. B. STEVENSON. General Manager. 
W. H. SCOTT, Chief Accountant. 



.SHAREHOLDERS I\ CHARTERED BANK8 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 



63 



BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA. 



BANQUE DE LA NOUVELLE-ECOSSE. 

Value of share, 1100. Valeur de cheque action, $100. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of .shares. 



Amount 
Paid. 



Nombre \ Montant 
d'action.^.! Pay6- 



Halifax Register. 



Abbott, Rev. H. P. Almon 

Acadia Fire Insurance Company. 

Acadia Sugar Refining Co., Ltd. 

Adame, Edward D. , 

Addy. Charles E. R 



Addy. EUaA 

Addy. Frederick W. 

.^ddy. George A. B. 



Addy, Hannah H 

Addy. John Smallfield. 

Adlington. Laura M. . . . 



Aitken, Elizabeth H 

Alexander, Chandler C, in trust. 

Alexander, Esmond St. C , 

Allan, Clarence B 



Allen, Addie M 

Alliance Investment Co. (Canada) Limited . 

Allison, Cevilla 

Allison. Georgianna M 

Allison, J . Walter 

Allison. Joseph 



Allison, Mary 

Allison, William S.. trustee for Gertrude A. Allison 
Almon, Andrew Uniacke 



Almon, Francis A. M. 
Alward, S.Edith 



Ambrose, Isobel M . 
Anderson, .\lex 



Clergyman 

Fire Insurance Co. 

Sugar refiners 



Hamilton, Ont 

58 Bedford Row. Halifax, 

N.S 

P.O. Box 1100. Halifax, 

N.S 



Manufacturer's 

agent 
Manager, Metals, 

Ltd 



Spinster . 



Civil servant, Dept. 
Rys. and Canals. . 

Physician and sur- 
geon 

Spinster 

Commercial travel- 
ler 

Married 



57 Inglis St., Halifax, N.S. 

P.O. Box 847, Edmonton. 

I Alta 

147 Union St., St. John, 
N.B 



Dept. of Railways and 
Canals, Ottawa. Ont 

147 Union St., St. John, 
N.B 



Spinster. .. 
Surgeon . . . 

Clerk 

Merchant. 



Married 

Financial agents. 
Widow 



Manufacturer . 
Merchant 



Widow 

Broker 

Draughtsman . 



Widow. . 

Married . 



Farmer. 



Anderson, Caroline, ex. est. of T. A. Anderson. 
Anderson, C. Willoughby 



Anderson. F. U., M.D. 
Anderson. George 



Widow 

Retired merchant. 



Physician . 
Retired . . . 



Anderson, Jessie D. 



Anderson, John H., executors est. of. 

Anderson, estate John M 

Anderson, Mrs. Mary A 



Carried forward . 



Trained nurse. . . 



Widow. 



"The Croft," Ockbrook, 
near Derby, England 

jGeoreetown, P.E.I 

St. George, N.B 

!Chipman, N.B 

19 Water St., St. John, 

I N.B 

South Ohio, N.S 

Calgarv, Alta 

i7 South St., Halifax, N.S. 

|10 Peel St., St. John, N.B. 

Halifax. N.S 

!c/o. Manchester, Robert- 

I son & Allison, Ltd., St. 

I John, N.B 

The Grange. Ayer's Cliff. 

I Que 

c/o. Allison & Thomas. St. 

I John, N.B 

ic/o. Railwav and Canals 

I Dept., Ottawa, Ont 

[Halifax, N.S 

;84 Burpee Ave., St. John, 
N.B 

'55 Fort St., Montreal,P.Q. 

R.R. No. 6, Bedeque, 

I P.E.I 

69 HoUis St., Halifax. N.S. 

P.O. Box 1123. Halifax, 

I N.S 

69 Hollis .St., Halifax. N.S. 

30 Roxborough West, To- 

I ronto. Ont 

c/o. G. R. Anderson, P.O. 

! Box 1131, Halifax. N.S. 

Halifax, N.S 

St. John, N.B 

c/o. Geo. R. Anderson, 
P.O. Box 1131. Halifax, 
N.S 



10 

182 

70 

34 

2 
1 



15 
1 



10 
4 

25 
3 



1.000 

18,200 

7.000 

3,400 

200 
100 

200 



1,500 
100 

100 

1,000 
400 

2,500 
300 



16 

5 

100 

3 

1 
402 


1,600 
500 

10,000 
30O 
100 

40,200 


43 


4,300 


16 


1.600 


5 


500 


10 
12 


1,000 
1,200 


120 
18 


12,000 
1.800 


1 
100 


100 
10,000 


86 
25 


8.600 
2,500 


20 


2,000 


5 

26 

9 


500 

2,600 

900 


61 


6,100 



1,144 



144,400 



64 



DEPARTMEyT OF FIXAXCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 

Bank of Nova Scotia— Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Brought forward.. 
Anderson, R. H 



Anderson, Sarah Jane. 

Anderson, Sophia 

Anderson, Thomas O jstock broker 

Anderson & Co., T. O 'stockbrokers 



Branch bank man- 

,„?fer St. John's, Nfld. . 

"O""' Musquodoboit Harbour 

N.S 



Anderson, William, Jr. 
Ansell, Anne F. M 



Anthony, Nora Gertrude . 
Archbold, Rev. Francis H. W. 

Archibald, Arthur E 



Farmer. 



Archibald, Charles 

'^"tn,^?fi ?i^^r ^"d mev-: J.' wV Falconer,' in 
trust for the Misses Romans 



'Archibald Chas arid tH. A. Flemming, trustees 
estate Susan H. McLarty ' . ' 



♦Archibald, Chas., and fSmith, O. E., trustees... 



♦Retired; fBranch 

bank manager. 
♦Retired; fmerch- 

Archibald, David W . T„^"t ■:■: 

Archibald, George H |Medical doctor 

Engineer and con- 



c/o. T. O. Anderson & Co., 

Toronto, Ont 

Manchester Bldg., Toron- 
to, Ont 

«5 . , West Petpeswicic, N.S.'... . 

'^P'nster Assaye Lodge, Fountain 

Rd., Upper Norwood 
S.E., London, England. 

Berwick, N.S 

Merchamp-Clontarf , ' Dub- 
lin, Ireland 

c/o. Blowers Archibald, 
n *• , North Sydney, N.S. 

K^t"-<^d 32 Inglis St., Halifax, is .S 



Widow 

Clergyman 

Engineer. . . 



♦Retired; 
man . . . . 



tclergy- 



Halifax, N.S. 



Archibald, Mrs. Louisa. 
Archibald, William H.. 



tractor . 
Married 



''''ArSong'^"'".^.:.^^.^- ^"d tElizabeth N. 



'^HSpTtaf:.^°°: .^: ^:: '" *'""'' '"' ^^°^'^ Scotia 

Armstrong, Edward E 



General contractorv 
secy.-treas. G. H 
Archibald & Co. 
Ltd 



Sj'dney Mines, N.S. 



♦Physician; fmar- 
ried 



Commissioner of I 
Public Works and| 

Mines 

Commission rner 

Armstrong, George chant 

Arnold, Roswell V Retired Farmer 

Atkinson, Hattie Branch bank mangr 

Married 

Atkiason, Joseph, estate of 

Aucoin, Charles 



827 Union Bank Building, 

Winnipeg, Man... 
19 DufTerin Row, St. Johii", 

N.B 



827 Union Bank Building, 
Winnipeg, Man 



Chipman, N.B 



Audain, M. R. P., Major 
A.usten, Harrv E 



Baile, Ethel Z. J. 
Bailey, Chas. F.. 



Halifax, N.S. 



Baillie, Jane... 

♦Baird, E lizabeti), and BairdV Isaac \V ' 
♦Baird, Mary, and Isaac Baird. . . 

Baker, Charles P 

Baker, Edgar C.. 

Baker, Geo. Prescott 

Baker, Rev. Hibert R 



Baldwin, Charles MacLeod. 

Baldwin, John Macleod 

Baldwin, L. H 



Falmouth, N.S 

St. Mary's Ferry, N.B. 
St. George, N.B 
Mayfield, 479 Lordship 

Lane, London, S.E. En-^ 
Hornsea, East Yorkshire, 

( England 

44 Upper Water St., Hal'i-I 

fax, N.S 

London, E.C., England..' ' 
Pleasant St., Dartmouth, 

N.S 

New AVindsor, Md.,' U.S. '. 

Deputy Minister of 

Agriculture IParliament Bldgs., Tor- 
onto, Ont... 

P.O. Box314, Pictou, 'n'.S. 
Chipman, N.B 



Wholesale liquors. 

Mihtary 

Retired 



Married 



Widow 

♦Married.... 

♦Spinster 

Lumber mfr, 
Merchant 



Carried forward . 



Clergyman 

Gentleman 

Phj^sician 

Barrister at law. 



Fairville, N.B 
Halifax, N.S... 
Yarmouth, N.S. .... .....' 

1617 Camosun St., Victoria 

B.C 

110 Dunvegan Rd., 'Tor-' 

onto, Ont I 

fl5 Lyndhurst Ave., "Tor- 

_ onto, Ont 

"Ma.shquotch" Fore-stiiili' 

Rd., Toronto, Ont I 



Number 
of shares. 



Amount 
Paid. 



Nombre | Montant 
d'actions.i pay6. 



1,144 

7 

78 
1 



15 

50 
4 



16 
5 

90 

25 
453 



37 

15 
25 



25 
10 

25 
12 



10 
5 

2 

60 

25 

62 
20 

16 

3 



2 

12 

4 

2 

200 

5 

10 



$ 144,400 

700 

7,800 
100 



1,500 

5,000 
400 



1,600 
500 

9,000 

2,500 
45,300 



600 



3,700 

1,500 
2,500 



2,500 
1,000 

2,500 
1,200 

200 

1,000 
500 
200 

6,000 

2,500 

6,200 
2, COO 

1,600 

300 



200 

1,200 

400 

200 

20,000 

500 

1,000 



5 


500 


5 


500 


5 


500 


3 


300 



2,801 



280, 100 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



65 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actioDs. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay^. 



Brought forward 

Baldwin, L. H., in trust for Miss Elizabeth A. M 
Baldwin '. 



Barker, C. Woodville, and Edith May Barker... 



Barker, Fred. C, and Laura Barker 

•Barker, Mrs. Martie Muriel, and tFred C. Barker, 
in trust for Charles Perley Barker and Wm 
Harold Barker. .■ 



Bamaby, Lydia A. 
Barnes, Ethel 



Barrister at law . . 
Farmer and wife. . 

Widow; tfarmer. 

Widow 

Spinster 



Barnes, Marjorie W 

Bamhill, Alexander P. 



Barnhill, Annie S 

Bamstead, Louise P. 
Barry, Wm 



Barri.iter at law. 
Married 



Gentleman . 



Barss, Charles S. 
Bate, Josephine.. 



Merchant. 
Married... 



Bates, Edward 

Bates, John McFadden, 
Bath, Carrie E 



"Mashquotch" Forest Hill 
Rd., Toronto, Ont 

R.M.D. No. 1, Mauger- 
ville, Sheffield, N.B.... 



iR.M.D. No. 1, Mauger- 

I ville, Sheffield, N.B.... 
622 Columbia Rd., Dor- 
chester, Mass., U.S.A... 
91 Cobourg St., St. John 

N.B 

Hampton, N.B 

39 Princess St., St. John 

N.B 

248 Douglas Ave., St. John 

N.B 

414 Tower Road, Halifax, 

N.S 

Waverley House, Halifax, 

N.S 

Halifax, N.S 

14 Church St., St. Cath 

arines, Ont 

80 Duke St., St. John N.B. 
Toronto, Ont 



Bauer, Susan 

Bauld, Elizabeth 

Bauld, Henry G., in trust. 



Widow . 



Merchant . 



Bauld, H. G., in trust for estate of William Bauld 
Baumgarten, A 



Baxter, Alice C . 
Bayard, Ada V. 

Bayard, Edith. 



Bayard, Harriet Frances. . 
Bayard, Colonel Reginald. 

Bayne, Andrew N 



Contractor 

Bank clerk 

Widow, supt. of 
Nurses St. Luke's 

training school St. Luke's Hospital, New 

York, N.Y 

c|o W. N. Forbes, Pleasant 

St., Dartmouth, N.S..., 

314 Pleasant St., Halifax 

N.S 

clo Bauld Bros., Ltd., Fer- 
ry Wharf, George St. 

Halifax, N.S 

c|o Bauld Bros., Ltd., Fer- 
rv Wharf, George St., 
Halifax, N.S 
c|o St. Lawrence Sugar Re- 
fineries, Ltd., Montreal, 

Que 

Norton, N.B 

170 Princess St., St. John, 

N.B 

179 Herbert Road, Wool- 
wich, Kent, England 



Bayne, Charles H 

BajTie, Rev. Ernest S 

BajTie, Rev. Ernest S., trustee.. 
Beairsto, estate Mrs. Isabella F. 
Beatteay , Fred C 



Sugar refiner. 
Spinster 



Colonel on active list 
Real estate 



Clergyman . 



Beddome, Helen. 



Beer, Frederick H., Beer, Edgar Geo., Haszard, 
Francis L., executors estate of late Lemuel L. 
Beer 



Begg, John W., M.D. 



Belcher, Ethel Sydney 

*Bell, A. M., and fA. J. Bell, trustees estate E. Jost 



Bell, Bessie E., trustee 

Bell, Bessie E., and Bell, Mary M., 



Manager, Stetson 
Cutler & Co 



Married . 



18 Prince of Wales Road, 
Norwich, England 

198 HoUis St., Halifax, 
N.S 

3 Prince St., Halifax, N.S. 

Mabou, N.S 



Charlottetown, P.E.I. . . 

282 Douglas Ave., St. John 
N.B 

c|o Bank of Montreal, Lon- 
don, Ont 



(no record). 
Physician . . 



Spinster. 



6- 



Carried forward. 

-5 



•Merchant 

tinsurance agent 



Spinster. . 
Spinsters. 



235 Euston St., Charlotte- 
town, P.E.I 

c|o Wm. Lacheur & Son, 
58 Lombard St., London 
England 

217 Robie St., Halifax, 
N.S 

clo A. M. Bell & Co., 131 
133 Granville St., Hali 
fax, N.S 

98 Queen St., Halifax, N.S 



2,801 



2 
6 

20 

2 

17 

7 

12 

50 
20 

3 
10 
10 



3 
24 
25 

13 

50 



100 
2 

18 



102 
90 

5 
13 

5 



13 
9 

32 

93 
5 



3,606 



280, 100 



600 



200 
200 



200 

600 

2,000 
200 

1,700 

700 

1,200 

.5,000 
2.000 

300 
1,000 
1,000 

300 
2,400 
2,500 

1,300 

5,000 



10,000 
200 

1,800 

800 
800 

800 

10,200 
9,000 

500 
1,300 

500 



1,300 
900 

3,200 

9.300 
500 



200 
400 
400 



360,600 



66 



Bank of Nova 



DEPARTMENT OF FINAliCE 

4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 

Scotia-Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 




Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions 



Montant 
payfe. 



Brought forward ' Married 

Bell Catherine •. Medical doctor.. 

Bell, Edward Augustine j JHalifax, N.S 

Married Lf,, TT-iKg 



Salt Springs, N.S. . . . . • • • • | 

Sandv Mount Drive, Newj 

Brighton, Cheshire, bng. 



Bell; Maria.execu'torsestate of. 



Bell, Thomas 

Bennett, Jane 

Bennett, William. 



i05""Hollis St., Halifax, I 

N.S ■•■ 

. . .! Lumber broker j^fa R^V'fets,Westvme, 

N.S ■^•;-u" 

Bank House, Grimsbj.l 



I Widow. 
I Banker.. 

(Married. 



Benson, Mary K-- 

Bent, Mable Anna • ■ Spinster 



, Eng •■■- 

Campbellton, N.B. 
Oxford, N S 
Tupperville, N.o... 



l|.KlK:^C:;^trix estate ^^ B.l^^^^^ J5, H^l ^^ ^^i^^ 

I Married 
Bentley , Anna Van Buskirk 1 



110 El'mhurst Road, Ro 
land, Park, Md., U.S.A 

Five Islands, N.S 



3,606 
3 

1 
12 

3 
33 

12 

25 

20 

2 

13 



Bentley, Bessie M .'.■.'.'.'.... ,- „^ 

Berry, Joseph Norman Ilnsurance agt 

Bessonett, Clarence A 

Merchant — 

Bessonett, John W " / / '. [Insurance mgr 

Bethel, Harold F 

[Married 

Bethel, Mary Jane ■ ' ' 

Beverley, Wynne L 



•;; iGranville Ferry, N.S. 

(no record) , .^ Alhambra, Los Angeles] 



Bingay. Bessie Grant. . 
Binney, Rev. John E. ii. 

Binnev, Rev.Wm. H. .. 
Binning, Jennie 



Clergyman. 



Bird, John D. 



Married . 
Clerk... 



Married 

Accountant . 



Bird, Sarah E. .^ ' " ' ' 

Bishop, Burpee R .... Retired 

Bishop, Calvin ■ ' " ' (Spinster 

Bishop, Mary .■•■•.•■;" V "" 

Bishop of Frederiction m trust 



Co., California, U.S.A. 

387 Brunswick St., Halifax, 

N.S. 

15 St. Stanislaus St., Que-I 

bee, P.Q.- 
TraiUB.C ....... ;^ , 

Villa Mirador, Paw B-r., 

France .■•.••• v^ ' ' 

Northwich, Cheshire, Eng 
53 Hazen St., St. John, 

jsj B 

102 Queen St., Halifax, | 

N.S .,; 

Kentville, N.S 

Annapolis Royal, N.S. 



Bishop of Nova Scotia. 



■.Bishop of Frederic-L ^^^^^i^^^^^ j^ B 

ton o' ■ 

Bishop of Nova Sco 
tia 



Black, Albert S .....■■■ • 
Black, Alberts., in trust. 

Black, Annie 



Merchant. 
Married.. 



20 Harvey St., Halifax, 

N.S 

Truro, N.S 



clo W. A. Black, Pickford 

and Black, Halifax, N.S. 

■ loAlbertS. Black, Truro. 



Black, Florence Louise 

Black. Lady Florence Maude. 



Widow. 



Black, IdaM 

Black, John. ^....••- 

Black. Kate Brecken 

Black, Margaret A 

Black,W. A.,sr 

Waikie. Melinda G. .... ■ 

Blanch^rd. Edward Sherburne.. 

Blanchard, Jane T ■■ 



Spinster... 
Farmer.... 
Married... 



clo^ifolt-&Co.. 3 Whit^ 
hall Place, London. S. W 
England 

Truro, N.S 

Belmont, Ont • — 

409 Brunswick Ave., ior- 
onto, Ont 



Widow 

Steamship owner 



Blenkhorn, Gilbert. 

Bli8S,Rev.J.Worthington ••• 

Bliss, Rev. W. B 

Board of the Presbyterian College 

Boardman, Sophia A 

Boggs, Florence Marion 

BoMell. Helen Jane ••; 

Bonnell, Ida K 

Bonner, William 

Carried forward 



Married 
Medical 

Married 

Farmer 
Clergyn 

Married 

Spinster 

Married 



p Pickford & Black, Ltd 

Halifax, N.S 

Great Village, N;^-:;;- 

Marrieu..... |„. vvater St.. Charlotte- 

Medical doctor fl Water^bt^. 

PO. Box 378, Deep River 
Conn., U.S.A 

Farmer l£stry";s'^0:Keni:Eng: 

Clergyman \^r^en Rectory, Newport 

Essex, England 

Halifax, N.S^ rifoi; 

oJohnY.Payzant,Hali- 

fax,N.S 

London, Eng...... ■ ■•• 

North Sydney, N.S... 

Sussex, N.B 

Pictou, N.S 



Trader.. 



10 
10 

3 
5 

5 
3 

1 
1 

12 
20 

7 

25 



42 

127 

6 

12 

36 



360,600 
^300 

100 
1,200 

300 
3,300 

1,200 

2,500 

2,000 

200 

1,300 



600 

800 
1,000 
1,000 

300 
500 

500 
300 

100 
100 

i,'2oo 

2,000 

700 

2,500 
200 

6,800 
200 
500 

800 



4,200 

12,700 

60O 

1,200' 

3,600 



82 

32 

5 

15 
1 

30 
21 

31 

7 

10 
88 



109 

108 

11 

2 

6 

9 



4,809 



I 



8,200 
3,200 
500 , 

1,500 
100 

3,000 
2,100 

3,10a 

700 
1.000 
8,800 

8,800 
10,900 

10,800 

1,100 

200 

600 

900 



480.900 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



67 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Brought forward. 
Bookhout, Sarah T 



Borden, H. C 

Borden, Rt. Hon. Robert Laird. 



Married. 



Bostwick, Charles M . 

Boswell, Vesey 

Botterell, Sarah 



Bowden, Ida M 

Bowman, Annie 

Bowser, Samuel Avery, in trust 

Bowser, Samuel Averj', trustee for Mary Frances 

Bowser, and Louisa A. Bowser 

Boyce, John E. and Annie E. Boyce 



Boyd, Chipman. 
Boyd, Laura 



Boyd, Mary Ella.. 
Bradley, Jane Ann. 



Bradlej', Thomas. 



Braine, Robt. T., tru.stee for Annie M. DeWitt. . . 

*Braine, R. T. and Brown, Georgina 

Brecken, Rev. Egerton R. M 

Brecken, Leith E 



Brecken, Paul R. 



Brecken, exrs. estate Ralph. 

Brennan, Rosara L 

Brice, Mabel D 

Brice, Walter C 



Bridges, Alice M. 



Brigham, Margaret F 

Brigham, Margaret F., in trust for Charles A 

Forbes 

Brigham, Margaret F., in trust for Margaret Irving 

Forbes 

Brigstocke, Sophia D 



Barrister at law 

Barrister at law and 
Pres. of the King's 
Privy Council for 
Canada 



512 East Orange Ave., Mon- 
rovia, Cal 

Halifax. N.S 



House of Commons, Otta- 
wa, Ont 

Gentleman 101 Prince William St., St. 

John, N.B 

Brewer 46 Des Carrieres Quebec, 

P.Q 

Widow cIo Roval Trust Co., Mon- 
treal, P.Q 

School teacher !300 Robie St., HalifaxN.S. 

Married Windsor, N.S 

Farmer iGrand Pre, N.S 



Farmer Grand Pre, N.S 

Merchant and wife.. 363 Chesley St., St. John, 

N.B 

Gentleman Rose Cottage, Aldrich, 

Sus.sex, England 

Married c|o Wm. Boyd-Chambers, 

58 Queen St., Edinburgh, 

Scotland 

Married c|o Ross Bros., Calais, 

Me., U.S.A 

Spinster c|o T. Bradley, Marsh 

Bridge P.O., St. John, 

N.B 

Farmer Marsh Bridge P.O., St 

John, N.B 

Hantsport, N.S 



Widow. 



Gentleman 
Gentleman 
Missionary 
Deputy Prothono- 

tary Supreme 

Court 
Secy. Broadview 

Branch Y.M.C.A 



Toronto, Ont. 



Married 

Widow 

Accountant. 



Married. 
Widow.. 



Charlottetown, P.E.I 

275 Broadview Ave., Tor- 
onto, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Summerside, P.E.I 

WatertowTi, Mass., U.S.A. 

38 Westland Ave., Boston, 
Mass., U.S.A 

112 Wentworth St., St. 
John, N.B 

New Glasgow, N.S 



Brittain, H. H 



Brock, Annie C 

Brookfield, Sam. M. . 



Brookfield, Walter G 

•Brookfield, Walter G., and fHarold Oxley, trustee 



Brookfield, William Herbert. 
Brookfield, W. H., in trust. . . 
Brown, Rev. Canon Alfred. . . 



Brown, Alice M 

Brown, Beatrice E. . 
Brown, Elizabeth P. 



Brown, Florence 

Brown, Jessie M 

Brown, Margaret S. 



Carried forward. 



Barrister at Law. . 

Widow 

Contractor 



•Retired 

Retired; fCommis- 

sion merchant. .. 
Retired 



Clergyman 

Spinster-clerk. 

Married 

Spinster 



Widow.. 
Spinster. 



Church House, Crewkerne 
England 

120 Prince William St., St, 
John, N.B 

Rothesay, N.B 

58-60 Granville St. ,HaU- 
fax, N.S 

56 Inglis St., Halifax, N.S 



Chester, N.S. 



"The Grosvenor," Halifax 

N.S 

94 Medford St., Medford, 

Mass., U.S.A 

P. O. Box 25, St. John. N. 

B 

c/o. R. H. Brown, 36 Kent 

St., Halifax, N.S 

P.O. Box 25 Stjohn, N.B. 

St. Martins, N.B 

36 Kent St., Halifax, N.S 



4,809 

2 
5 



666 
50 
93 

38 
4 
8 

14 

10 
10 
27 

8 
2 



5 

20 
55 
16 



10 



16 

15 

9 

7 



3 
9 

2 

4 

3 

5 
5 

82 
52 

2 
45 
47 

10 

4 

5 

30 

2 

25 

7 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



6,253 



480,900 

200 
50O 



66,600 

5,000 

9,300 

3,800 
400 
80O 
400 

1,000 

1,000 

2,700 

80O 
20O 

50O 

50O 
2,000 
5,500 
I,60O 

1,000 

1,600 

1,500 

900 

70O 

70 e 

30O 
90O 

20O 

40O 

30O 

500 
500 

8,200 
5,200 

20O 
4,500 
4,700 

1,000 

40O 

500 

3,000 
20O 

2,500 
70O 



625,300 



6—5^ 



Bank of Nova 



nEPAurMEyT of finance 

4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 

Scotia-Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse- 




Brouaht forward 
Bruckhof, William 
Buckley, Abigail W., estate 
Buckley, M A., executors estate of 

Burchill, Hon. John P 

Burnett, Jennie i 

Burney, Charles. 

Burns, Eveleen M . • • . ■ • ■ • 

Burns, estate of Mrs. Jediah G 

lurns'. Rev. R. f' ' B. T).. executors estate of. 



Merchant . 
Married . . 
Merchant. 
Widow — 

Capitalist. 



31 Paddock St., St. John 

41 Spring Garden Road 

Halifax, N.S.^ ■ -^^^ i 

c/o. Wetmore.Bros., taan.j 

Francisco, Cal. ■■ 

South Nelson, N.B 

Rothesay, N.B 

Litchfield, NS....^ ■■•■•■ 
29 Carleton, Hahfax, N.b- 

Shelburne, N.S. 

Vancouver, B.C ; >,,:^ 

c/o. Mackay, Irons & Co., 
22 Meadowside, Dundee 

Scotland 



Burwash, J. H., and Finnic, 



D . M . , executors estate 



of late Claude McLachlin. 

Butler, Ada • 

Butler, Wilson W 



Spinster-nurse 

Ivice-Pres. Can. Car 
&Foundry Co .... 



100 
6 
1 
2 
10 
10 
166 



35 



Byrne, Henrietta Blair. 

Byron, Frank H 

Cabot, Susan J 



Married . 



Farmer. . 
Spinster . 

Married . 



*Arnprior, Ont and Otta 
wa, Ont V '„„ 

686 Temple Ave., 1-ong 
Beach, Cal., I -SA 

.Transportation Bldg.. 

' Montreal, Que ■ ■ •■ • 

c/o. W. H. Spmney, Yar 

mouth, N-.^-T ■«■■■■ 1 
Norton Station, N^...^;^- 
391^ Brenton St., Halifax,] 

uSversityAve.rFreder- 
icton, N.B • 



82 
2 

82 



Cadwallader, Mary A 

,.,,.. ISchool teacher 

Cadwallader, b. Miriam ^^^^^ 3ank of Nova . j. j^- y ., U.S.A 

Caldwell, Wesley i^^otia ' 901 Brock St., Peterbor 

Medical doctor r ^^^^^ Qnt -, . 

11301 Morris Bldg., Phila 
delphia, Pa 



Caldwell, Dr. Wm 

Calhoun, John A 

Calhoun, John I., and Agnes P. Calhoun. 
Calhoun, Sarah L 



Calkin, John Burgess 

Calkin, Mary I 

Cameron, Anne 

Cameron, Hazel B . . 
Cameron, Jos. Chas 



Lumberman . 



Hotel proprietor 

wife 

Widow 



& 



Retired. 
Married 
Widow- 



Married 
Planter . 



Widow 



Cameron, Louisa 

Cameron, Mary Gordon ; Spinster . '. 

Cameron, May 

r^ u \i n Physician . 

Cameron, Owen n., m-^ Barrister at law. 

gSSIiit, «.«..»».. orM».M.rs.« 



Sussex, N.B ^.:,\^ 

31 Leinster St., St. John, 

N.B 

Truro, N.S. ....■■■• ■;■ 
Spring Grove,Pen.,lJ.S.A. 
P O. Box 135, New Glas 

gow, N.S..... 

PortHood.N.S..._ .■•^^• 
Windsor, St. Ann s Bay, 

Jamaica, W.I. ■ ■ .- • 

St. Ann's Bay, Jamaica 

W.I 

Rexton, N.B....... — ■ 

.Windsor, St. Ann s Bay, 
1 Jamaica, W.I 

Amherst, N.S 

Truro, N.S 



Campbell, Annie 

Campbell, M.D., Donald A 

Campbell, Eliza 

Campbell, George, executors estate of. 

Campbell, George S 

Carried forward ■ 



t Surgeon, 
i Widow — 



Physician 
Widow.. 



Portland, Dartmouth, N. 

g .■ • * ■ 

130 Gottingen St., Halifax, 

N.S ;;■,•■(■■■ 

i275 Pleasant St., Halifax, 

1 N.S 

Truro, N.S 



Merchant. 



Halifax, N.S. 



10,0(X) 

600 

100 

200 

1,000 

1,000 

16,600 



3.500 

8,200 

200 



.200 



3 
4 


300 
400 


16 


1,600 


1 
1 


100 
100 


7 


700 


12 


1 , 200 


52 5,200 


6 600 


60 
15 
10 


6,000 
1,500 
1,000 


10 
4 


1.000 
400 


5 500 


20 2,000 
5 500 


2 

20 
2 


200 

2,000 

200 


25 
4 

40 
18 


2,500 

400. 

4,000 

1,800 


13 


1,300 


35 


3,500 


30 


3,000 


2 200 


6 


600 


17 
39 


1.700 
3,900 


326 32.600 


7.57i 


I 1 757,800 



SSHAREHOLDKR,^ 1\ CHARTERED BANKS 



69 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Nova Scotia— Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



Name. 
Xom. 



Brought forward 

•Campbell, Geo.S.,and tMcInnes, Hector, trustees 



Campbell, John J.. 
Campbell, Jo.soph. . 
Campbell, Mary S. 



Campbell, William, est of. 
Canada Life Assurance Co . 

Canada Tru.st Co 

Carlysle, Angelina VV 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Carmichael, Anna 

Carmichael, Caroline E 

Carmichael & Co , Limited, 

Carter, Benjamin T 

Case, Edward W 

Cassidy, Camilla Gomes 



J. \V. 



Catherwood, Robert 

Chalmers, David Campbell. 



Chandler, Minnie 

Chase, W. H 

Childrens Hospital 

Chipman, Henry 

Chipman, Henry, trustee Mary A. Dunlop. 

Chipman. L. D. V 

Chipman, Minna E 



Chipman, Reginald H 

Chipman, W. H., estate of 

*Chisholm, Joseph A., fWallace, Wm. B. and 
tThomas VV. Murphj-, trustees James Cosman 

estate 



Christian, Cordelia Elizabeth 
Christie, Jane E 



Christie, William J 

Christopherson, Stanlej" 



Churchill, John W 

Chute, Rev. Arthur C 

Chute, Rev-. Arthur C, guardian Majorie P. Chute 

Chute, Arthur H 

Chute, Austin Aubrey 

Chute, Catherine J 

Chute, Ella M 

Clark, George, executors est. of 



Clark, J. Wm. 



'Clark, J. Wm., Butter, Chas. A. J., Spens, John 
A., Lowe, Wm. D., Harrington, Walter B. L.. 
Clark, Geo. A. and tWaters, Daniel, trustees..* 



Clark, Jennie M. 



Clark, Mary E., estate of 

Clark, William G 

Clark, Wm. G., trustee. . . 
Clarke, Hovey C 



Clawson, Ernest Edward (C.E.). 
Clay, Edith Marion 



Clay, Miss Ella Florence. 

Clay, Jessie E 

Cochran, Bertha A 

Cochran, Ernest J 



'Cochran, Mrs. Josephine A.,exrx.,and tCochran, 
Ernest J., exr. estate of Henry Cochran 



•Merchant; fBarris- 

ter at law 

Farmer 

Lumberman 

Spinster-Clerk 



Life Ins. Co. 
Trustee... 
Widow 



Spinster. 



Ship owners. 

Sheriff 

Druggist 

Married 



Halifax, N.S 

Belmont, Ont 

P.O. Box324,Sussex, X.B 
1 I^orenzo St., Ncpon.set, 

Mass., U.S.A 

P. O. Box 14,3, Truro, N.S 

Toronto, Ont 

London, Ont 

North Head, Grand 

Manan, N.S 

New Glasgow, N.S 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d 'act ions 



Retired merchant. 
Retired 



Widow 

Merchant. 



Physician& surgeon. 



County clerk . 
Married 



Hopewell, Cape, N.B. . . . 

Picton, Ont 

Mon Repos,Half Way Tree 

P.O., Jamaica, W.I 

Fairville, N.B 

617 Avenue Road, Toronto 

Ont 

Dorchester, N.B 

Wolfville, N.S 

Halifax, N.S 

Grand Pre, N.S 



-Druggist & chemist 



•Barrister at law 
fJudge; tBarrister 
at law 

Spinster 

Married . 

Retired 

Director of Public 
Co 



Kentville, N.S 

106 Jubilee R"ad, Halifax, 

N.S 

Grand Pre, N.S 

Kentville, N.S 



Halifax, N.S 

loCliff St.,St.John, N.B. 

162 Dalv Ave., Ottawa, 

Ont 



Gentleman 

College professor . . . 

Student 



Married . 



8 Old Jewry, London, Eng- 
land 

Hantsport, N.S 

Wolfville, N.S 



Manufacturer. 



Manufacturers 

tBanker 

Spinster 



Merchant . 



c|o George Clark, Tata- 
magouche, N.S 

260 Ogden St., Newark, N. 
J., U.S.A 



303 Tower St. West, St. 

John, N.B 

Fortune Cove, P.E.I 

Fredericton, N.B 



Retired 1829 Palace Bldg., Minnea- 
polis, Miim 

Civil engineer |25 Kent St., Guelph, Ont.. 



Spinster . 



Secretary 

Spinster 

Widow 

Bank official. 



11 Maple Ave. 
Mass., U.S.A. 



Newton, 



Petitcodiac, N.B 

Bank of Montreal, Winni- 
peg, Man 



Cochran, Mrs. Sarah C, (deceased) estate of.. 
Cockshutt, Harry 



•Widow; fbank offi- 
cial 



Carried forward . 



Manufacturer 



Newport, N.S 

Medicine Hat, Alta. 
Brantford, Ont 



7,578 

33 
5 
5 

3 

12 

600 

6 

5 
2 
9 
365 
2 
50 

2 
3 

600 
1 

100 
6 
1 
1 

100 

12 
5 
2 



344 

22 

3 
3 



500 
225 
6 
2 
4 
6 
4 
19 

25 

95 



67 

21 
2 

32 
2 

62 
1 

3 
2 
3 
2 



20 

1 

62 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



7.57,800 

3,.30() 
.500 
.500 

30U 

1,200 

60,000 

600 

500 
20O 
900 
.36,501) 
20O 
5,000 

200 
300 

60,000 
100 
•10,000 
600 
100 
lOO 

10,0(0 

1,200 
500 
200 



34,400 
2,200 

300 
300 



50,000 
22,500 
600 
200 
400 
600 
400 
1,900 

2,500 

9,50Q 



6,700 

2,100 
2(K) 

3,200 
200 

6,200 
100 

300 
20O 
300 
200 

800 



2,000 

100 

6,200 



11,045 



1,105,400 



70 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



Name. 
Nom. 


Description. 


1 

Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 


Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 


Amount 
Paid. 

Mont ant 
pay6. 


Brought forward 






11,045 

6 
5 
3 

3 

12 
9 

4 

25 
5 

2 

5 

12 

37 

85 

10 

4 

40 
1 

4 

1 

3 

164 

133 

7 

77 

2 

6 

2 

1 

5 

1 

1 

12 
12 

15 

16 

25 
11 
10 
15 

40 

6 

30 

18 
8 
5 

17 


$ 1,105,400 
600 


Cogswell, Caleb Bill 


Retired 


Hantsport, N.S . 


Cogswell, Mary Jane 


Spinster 


*^< ' 


500 


Colboume, Alfred John 


Mining captain 

Manager, J. A. Pugs- 
ley & Co 


Twillingate, Nfld 


300 


£!oll, Maurice D 


56 Douglas Ave., St. John, 
N.B 










Widow 


300 


Collier, Emily 


Tigh Voine, Hill St., 
Broughty P>rrv, Scot... 

Granville Ferry.'N.S 

278 Duke St., St. John, 
N.B 




Collins, Cla3'ton Wiswell 


Master mariner 

Steamfitter 


1,200 
900 


Collins, Thos. J 








400 


Colonial Investment & Loan Co 


15 Richmond St. West, 
Toronto, Ont 








2,500 


Comeau, Hon. Ambrose H., estate of 


Metaghan River, N.S 

83 Maple Ave., Quebec, P. 
Q 


500 


Connell, Helen 


Married 








200 


Connolly, Ow^en, trustees estate of. 


Charlottetown, P.E.I 

Salts Sprines. N.S. 

St. John, N B 


500 


Connors, David, estate of 




1,200 


Cook, trustees of Elizabeth E 




3,700 

8 500 


*Cook, Mrs. Lucy, McCoy, Florence M. and fBain 
J. W., trustees of estate of J. L. Cook.f 


*\Vidow; tbarrister 
at law 


Toronto, Ont 


Cook', Tasker, K 


Merchant 


284 Water St., St. John's, 
Nfld 






Retired merchant... 
Married 


1,000 


Cook, William 


St. John's, Nfld.. 


400 


Cooke, Eliza G 


c/o. Eastern Trust Co., 
Halifax, N.S 






Widow 


4,000 


Cooke, Nellie May 


New Glasgow, N.S 

East Dover, Halifax, Co., 
N.S 


100 


Coolen, Laura 


Married 








400 


Coombs, Emily Wakefield 


P. O. Box 494, Fredericton, 
N.B 






Widow 


100 


Copp, Eliza S 


Port Elgin, N.B 


300 


Corbett, Mary Beatrice 


Spinster .>r- 


99 Inglis St., Halifax, N.S 


16,400 


Corbett, Reginald A 


Steamship agt 

Steamship agt. & 
capitalist 


11 

Halifax, N.S . . 


13,300 


Corbett, Reginald A., and Charles Archibald in 
trust 






700 


Corbitt, George E. . . . 


Promoter 


Annapolis Roval, N.S 

853^ Prince William St., 
St. John, N.B 


7,700 


Corbitt, Samuel A 


Accountant 








200 


Corporation of the Parish Christ Church.Windsor, 
trustees, G . Howard Shaw, treaa 


Windsor, N.S 


600 


Coss, James Harvey 


Retired builder 

Accountant 


Calais, Maine, U.S. A 

295 Lancaster St. West, 
St. John, N.B 


200 


Coster, Charles 






Spinster 


100 


Coster, F. Geraldine H 


Oxford, England 


500 


Coster, Geo. J 


Retired 


Lower Jemseg, Queens 
Co., N.B.... 






Accountant 


100 


Coster, J. Arthur 


204 Guilford St. John,, 
N.B 






Spinster 


100 


Coster, Joan C. H 


205 Hemmenway St., Bos- 
ton, Mass., U.S.A 

95 Union St.,St.John,N.B 

tt 

Fredericton, N.B., 78 Wa- 
terloo Row 




Coster, Sophia Frances 


Widow 


1,200 
1,200 


Coster, Sophia Frances, Marion A. Hazen, Lilian 
Hazen 


tc 


1,500 


Coulthard, Annie Clara 


ti 






tt 


1,600 


Coulthard, Emma E., exrx. est. W. Byron 
Coulthard 


Suite No. 10, The Lona- 
dale, 619 Avenue Rd., 
Toronto, Ont 






Married 


2,500 


Coupe, Sara E 


147 Germain St., St. John, 
N.B 






{( 


1,100 


Cowie, Margaret S 


"The Alexandra," Hali- 
fax. N.S 






Widow 


1,000 


Cowie, Sarah M., trustee Annie de W. A. Cowie, 
K.G.S., Cowie and Joseph R. Cowie 


Liverpool, N.S 


1,500 


Cowper, Marguerita Beaumont 


Married 


Gogar House, Corstor- 
phine, Midlothian, Scot- 
land 






Physician 


4,000 


Cox, George H., M.D 


New Glasgow, N.S 

Truro, N.S 


600 


Cox, Gertrude S 


Widow 


3,000 


Coyle, Rosina Esther 


Married 


634 Lansdowne Ave., West- 
mount, Que 

83 Queen St., Halifax, N.S. 

Wilton Grove, Ont 

Dartmouth, N.S 




Crawford, Annie Howton 


Widow 


1,800 
800 


Crawford, Rev. John W. M 


Clergyman 


500 


Creed, Laura Helen .-. . 


Married 


1,700 










Carried forward 


11,960 


1,196,90j 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANES 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



71 



Name. 

Nom. 



Brought forward. 
Creighton, E. M. Watt 



Creighton, Henry D., in trust for Mrs. Frances 
Sarah Crichton 



Crerar, James P. 
Crerar, John 



Crerar, Marie Gir\'in. 
Crichton, Anne Marj'. 

Crisp, B. Maud 



Crisp, Catherine E 

Crisp, Rev. Robert Samuel . 



Crockett, Thos. J., and Murphy, Thos. W., trus- 
tees under will of D. Cronan 



Crockett, Thos. J., and Murphy, Thos. W., trustees 
Cronan, Mary Agnes 



Cronan, John M., and Cronan, William M., trustees 
Cronan, William M 



Description. 



Widow. 



Auditor and accoun- 
tant 

Gentleman 



Coal merchant . 



Married. 
Spinster. 



Married 

Clergjinan. 



Trustee. 



Spinster . 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



9 Dundonald St., Halifax, 
N.S 



P.O.Box 517, Halifax,N.S. 

c/o. Bank of Montreal, 
Ottawa, Ont 

645 Rookery Bldg., Chi- 
cago, 111 



26 Fenwick St., Halifax, 
N.S 

70 Exmouth St., St. John, 
N.B 

Portsmouth, Ont 

70 Exmouth St., St. John, 
N.B 



Cronan's Wharf, Halifax, 
N.S 



Cronj-n & Co., Edward 

Croscup, Clarence W Fanner. 

Croscup, Laura T .Married. . 

Croucher, Gertrude A " 

Crowe, William Druggist. 



Retired (both) 

Retired merchant. . 

Stock brokers 



Crowell, Maria Widow 

*Crowell, Maurice D., exr., and tCrowell, Maria, 
exrx., estate S. O. Crowell 



Crowell, Stella M. 



Cumming, Rev. Robt 

Cumming, Rev. Thomas, D.D. 
Cummings, D. Mark 



♦Merchant; jwidow. 
Spinster 



Cummings, William S. 

Cummins, John 

Cundall,H. J 



Retired clergyman. 

Clergyman 

CapitaUst 



Cunningham, Frances A. 



Cunningham, Margaret K 

Cunningham, Margaret K., in trust. 
Curren, Charles J 



Curren, Lavinia A 

Currie, Mary D., exrx. 



Curry, Cornelia Augusta • 

Curry, Cornelia Augusta, trustee for Arabella F. 

Carver 

Curry, CorneUa Augusta, trustee for D. Franklin 

Carver 

Curry, Nathaniel 



Curry, Rufus 

Curry, Stewart L. 



Curry, W'ilfred Alan, M.D 

Cushing, Eliza Avard 

Dalhousie College, Governors of. 

Dal ton, Charles 

Daly, Malachy B. (Sir) 



Dane, Lois Annette. 
Daniel, Jessie P 



Carried forward. 



Merchant. 
Labourer. 
Retired... 



Widow 

Married 

Factory manager. 



Married. 
Widow.. 



Married. 



Pres. Canadian Car 
& Foundry Co., 
Ltd 



289 Tower Rd., Halifax, 
N.S 



265 Tower Rd., Halifax, 

N.S 

71 Bay St., Toronto, Ont. 
Granville Ferry, N.S 



Yale, B.C 

87 Woodlawn Ave. West, 

Toronto, Ont 

449 Brunswick St., HaU- 

fax, N.S 



15 Lome Terrace, Halifax, 
N.S 

449 Brunswick, Halifax, 
N.S 

New Glasgow, N.S 

Stellarton, N.S 

Room 405, 38 South Dear- 
born St., Chicago, 111. . . 

Annapolis Royal, N.S 

Norton, N.B 

Cor. Kent and West St., 
Charlottetown, P.E.I... 

Point Pleasant, New Jer- 
sey, U.S.A 

Annapolis Royal, N.S 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions 



King Edward Hotel, Hali- 
fax, N.S 



16 South Park St., Hali- 

tax, N.S 

Windsor, N.S 



Bldg.. 



Ship owner... 
Stock broker. 



Physician . 
Married... 



Capitalist 

K.C.M.G., barrister 

at law 

Married 



Transportation 

Montreal, P.Q 

Windsor. N.S 

162 HoUis St., Halifax, 

N.S 

30 South St., Halifax, N.S. 

Callahan, Fla.. U.S.A 

Halifax. N.S 

Tignish, P.E.I 



Halifax. N.S 

12 Kent St., Brookline, 

148 Princess St., St'. John', 
N.B 



11.969 
10 

4 

62 

140 
50 



13 
57 

27 



27 
4 

1 
5 

7 
1 
20 
5 
5 

12 

27 



24 

7 

12 
4 

366 
5, 
1 

12 

27 
2 
2 

4 
6 

27 
11 

7 

5 



125 

70 

17 

17 

2 

310 

20 



10 
10 



13,560 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



$ 1,196,900 
1,000 

400 

6,200 

14,000 
5,000 

300 

1,300 
5,700 

2,700 



2,700 
400 

100 
500 

700 
100 

2,000 
500 
500 

1,200 

2,700 

2,400 

700 

1,200 

400 

36,600 
500 
100 

1,200 

2,700 
200 
200 

400 
600 

2,700 
1,100 

700 

500 



12,500 
7,000 

1,700 

1,700 

200 

31,000 

2,000 

800 

1,000 

1,000 



1,356,000 



V 



72 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



Name. 
Nom. 


Description. 


Post OfBce Address. 
Adresse. 


Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 


Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay§. 








13,560 

16 
2 
2 
2 

20 
12 

22 
10 

120 

8 

2 

37 

10 
6 

5 
10 
31 

5 

30 
3 

6 
5 

1 

8 
20 

8 

129 
39 
62 
12 

3 

14 
20 

21 

21 

1 
5 

50 

7 

53 
5 

24 
4 

4 

77 

12 

25 
4 


$ 1,356,000 


Daniel, Hon. John W 


Physician, senator. . 
Spinster 


148 Princess St., St. John, 
N.B 




1 600 


Darrah , Annie I 


Chipman, N.B 


200 


Darrah, Robert C 


Farmer 


ti 


200 


Darrah, William B 


Hotel proprietor 

Widow 


ti 


200 


Dart, Helen 


New Westminster, B.C.... 
Halifax, N.S 


2,000 
1,200 


Dartmouth Manufacturing Co., Limited 


Manufacturers. . . 

Superintendent 
Lloyd's, Dover... 

Barrister at law 

Retired merchant. . . 

Married 


Darwall, R. C 


6 Eastcliff, Dover, Eng. . . 
Newcastle, N.B 




Davidson, Allan A., in trust . 


2,200 
1,000 


Davies, William 


178 Balmoral Ave., Toron- 
to, Ont. . . 




12 000 


Davis, Margaret A., in trust for Mildred V. Davis 
and Gladys Davis 


Mill Village, N.S 


800 


Davis, Mildred V., and Davis, Gladys 


Spinsters 


i( 


200 


Daw, Azariah . . 


Merchant .... 


St. John's, Nfld 


3,700 


Dawson, David C 


Supt. Western Union 

Telegraph Co 

Married 


5 King St., St. John, N.B. 
Truro, N.S 




Dawson, Ellen. . . 


1,000 
600 


Dean, Harry 

Dean, Mary A 


Musical director 

Widow 


c/o. Conservatory of Mu- 
sic, Halifax, N.S 

69 Exmouth St., St. John, 
N.B 


500 




Commercial travel- 
ler 


1,000 


Dearborn, Harry N 


Hampton, N.B 






3,100 


DeBlois, Rev. Austen K 


Clergyman 


c/o. First Baptist Church, 
Boston, Mass 








500 


DeBlois, Rev. Henry D., executers estate of. 
No. 2 Account 


Annapolis, N.S 


3,000 


DeBoo, Isaac 


Retired 


Sussex, N.B 


300 


deCarteret, Annette E. Squares 


Married . 


99 South Park St., Hali- 
fax, N.S 






Physician and ^ur- 


600 


Dechman, Dr. Andrew A 


Bridgetown, N.S 






500 


Deer, Eunice M., in trust 


Married 


236 W. Young St., Hali- 
fax, N.S 






ti 


100 


DeForest, Mary C .. .. 


155 Sydney St., St. John, 
N B 






Merchant 


800 


Dennis, James D 


Yarmouth, N.S 


2,000 


dePass, Eliot A 


u 


72-75 Fenchurch St., Lon- 
don, Eng 






Spinster 


800 


DesBarres, Harriet A 


Sidney, Vancouver Island, 
B C 






12,900 


DesBarres, Margaret J 


it u 
it a 

Bridgewater, N.S 


3,900 


DesBarres, Rev. Thos. C 


Clergyman 


6,200 


DesBrisay, Ada A .... 


Widow 


1,200 


DesBrisay, Amy 


Trained nurse 

Merchant 


18 "The Grosvenor," 
Sherbrooke St., Mont- 
real, P.Q 






300 


DeVeber, AUeyne W 


Florence, Ma., U.S.A 

Gagetown, N.B 


1,400 


DeVeber, Gabriel 


Gentleman 


2,000 


•DeVeber, Gabriel, and *Macintyre, Adam P., 
trustees for Leverett DeVeber . 


a 


2,100 


De^'eber, Gabriel, and Adam P. Macintyre, 
trustees for Nathaniel D. DeVeber 


^^ 


ti 


2,100 


DeVeber, Harriet A 


Married 


298 Princess St., St. John, 
N.B 






Clerk 


100 


DeVeber, Wm. H 


813A 1st Street East, Cal- 
gary, Alta 


500 


Devenish, O. G 


Broker 






Stenographer 

Steamship agent — 
(( 


5,000 


Dewar, Blanche 


Bank of Nova Scotia, 
Halifax, N.S 






700 


DeWolf, James E 


c/o. T. A. S. DeWolf & 

Son, Halifax, N.S 

Halifax, N.S 




DeWolf, James E., in trust for Mrs. Eliza DeWolf. 


5,300 
50 


DeWolf, James E., trustee for Mrs. Naomi DeWolf 




2,400 


DeWolf, James R., trustees estate of 


H 


400 


DeWolf, Naomi 


Widow 


c/o. Jas. E. DeWoif, Hali- 
fax, N.S 






Merchants 


400 


DeWolf & Son, T. A. S 


135 Upper Water St., Hali- 
fax, N.S 






Widow 

Ship manager and 
wood broker 

Postmaster 


7,700 


DeWolfe, Bessie 


1091 Broughton St., Suite 
35, Vancouver, B.C 

95 South Park St., Hali- 
fax, N.S 




Dickie, Alfred 


1,200 
2,500 


Dickie, C. R .' 


Canning, N.S 


400 








Carried forward 


14,653 


1,455,300 








y 



SHAREHOLDERS /.V CHARTERED BA^KS 



73 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nom b re 
> d'ac^ions. 



Brought forward 

Dickson, C. Harold, M.D iMedical Supt., Dav- 

' ison Lbr. Co., Ltd. 

Dimock, C. Henry ^Merchant 

Dimock, Mary B Spinster 

Diocesan S jniod of Fredericton 

Diocesan SjTiod of Newfoundland 

Diocesan Synod of Nova Scotia 

Doane, Frank A Manufacturer 

Doane, Mary A Widow 

Dobell, Henry 'Merchant 



Dobie, William . 



IPres. E. W. Gillett 
; Co., Ltd 



Dodd, May E [Widow 

Dodge, Geo. O., executor estate of Geo. Dodge 



Lt. Col. Can. per- 
manent force 



Springfield, N.S 

Windsor, N.S 

Annapolis Royal, N.S 

St. John, N.B 

St. John's, Nfid 

Halifax, N.S 

P.O. Box 697, Truro, N.S. 

Barrington, N.S 

19 St. Sacrament St., 
Montreal, P.Q 



Fraser Ave. and Liberty 
St., Toronto, Ont 

146 Pownal St., Char- 
lottetown, P.E.I 



Doherty, Nora E. 



87 St. Louis St., Quebec, 

P.Q ■ 

Married Prince George Hotel, 



Dolan, Michael iFarmer. 

Donahoe, Margaret Mary, trustee jMarried. 



Donahue, Mary. 



Donovan, Mary Jean . 
Doran, Agnes M 



Doran, Mary A... 
Dougan, Annie H. 



Spinster, 
pher 



stenogra- 



Spinster. 



Halifax, N.S 

Bloomfield, N.B 

27 South Park St., Hali- 
fax, N.S 



Bookkeeper 

. 'Widow '59 Queen St 

ines, Ont 

Dougan, Geo. Archibald Carlisle Rancher. . . 

Dougherty, David Farmer. . . . 

Dougherty, estate of Francis 

Dougherty, Sylvanus P Farmer — 

Douglas, J. Robson Broker 

Doull, Rev. A.J Clergj'man 



121 Prince St., West, St. 
John, N.B 

211 South Broad St., 
Elizabeth, N.J., U.S.A. 

29 North Park St., Hali- 
fax, N.S 



St. Cathar- 



Crossfield, Alta.. 
Northam, P.E.I. 



Doull, John, executors estate of 

Dowker, Harry Bainbridge Leather merchant. 



Amherst, N.S 

The Rectory, Christ Ch. 

Cathedral, Victoria, 

B C 
Ualiiax.'ii.S.............. 

9 Front St. East Toronto, 

Ont 



Drolet, Amable Napoleon Merchant 87 Dalhousie St., Quebec, 



P.Q. 



Dudman, Louisa D .\rtist 'Yarmouth, N.S 

Duff, Mary A Widow 11 Bland St., Halifax, N.S 

Duffus, Allan W., and Saunders, Bernard P Insurance brokers. 

Duffus, Catherine D., and Duffus, Jas. N'^^rwood.. Widow 

Duffas, Winifred B Married 



Halifax, N.S. 



Thomhurst, Branksome 
Park Rd., Camberley 

Surrey, England 

Dugal, J. F. Simeon Flour merchant |87 Dalhousie St., Quebec, 

I P.Q ,■ 

Dunbar. Jane C Widow 1 1325 Femwood Road, \ ic- 

I toria, B.C 

Duncanson, Laura B " !115H Morris St., Halifax, 

j N.S 

Duncanson, Thomas, executors estate of Care of H. H. Bligh, 

Supreme Court, Ottawa, 



Ont. 
Amherst, N.S. 



Dunlap, Mary A Widow 

Dunn, George B Lumberman and! 

farmer Houtlon, Me., U.S.A 

Durick, Josephine Spinster 8 Elgin, St. John, N.B. . . 

Dwyer, Patrick Dairyman Truro, N.S 

Dyer, Arthur F Civil engineer 199 Upper Water St., 

I Halifax, N.S. 

Dyer, Wm. B., and Jane D. Dyer Pharmacist and wife 63 Shelborne Rd., South- 

> gat€, London, N., Eng. 

Earle, Eliza C, and Maria Earle Spinsters 133. Union St., St. John, 

N.B 

Easson, C. H Branch bank mana-i 

ager Toronto, Ont. 

Easson, C. H., in trust for H. C. McLeod " " 

Easson, Jessie M Married 



Carried forward . 



14,553 

40 

10 

2 

4 

3 

26 
5 
1 

45 



10 
2 



17 
4 

95 



20 
20 

15 

23 

2 

2 

3 

151 



206 
70 

14 

12 
3 

6 
4 

25 



166 
12 
67 



Amount. 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



$ 1,455,300 

4.000 
1,009 
200 
400 
300 
2,600 
500 
100 

4,500 

1,000 
200 

500 

1,700 
400 

9,500 

100 

200 

2,000 
2,000 

1,500 

2,300 

200 

200 

300 

15,100 



20,600 
7,000 

1,400 

1,200 
300 
600 
400 

2,500 



16,600 
1,200 
6,700 



8 


800 


8 
10 


800 
1,000 


56 
2 
3 


5,600 
200 
300 


2 


200 


1 


100 


8 


800 


6 

1 
6 


600 
100 
600 


15,757 


1,575,700 



74 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Saints 



Brought forward 

Eastern Trust Co 

Eastern Trust Co., Account B 

Eastern Trust Co., The, No. 2 Account 

Eastern Trust Co., The, Xo. 3 Account 

Eastern Trust Co., The, No. 4 Account 

Eastern Trust Co., The, No. 5 Account 

Eastern Trust Co., trustees for the All 

Cottage Hospital Corporation, Springhill 

Eastern Trust Co., trustees for Mrs. J. C. C.Almon 
Eastern Trust Co., trustees under will Sir Adams 

G. Archibald | 

Enstem Trust Co., trustees Mrs. Mary J. Cahan. . | 
Eastern Trust Co., trustees estate of Wm. Cheam-[ 

ley I 

Eastern Trust Co., trustees J. R. and L. C. Cullen. 
Eastern Trust Co., trustees estate of T. M. Cutler 
Eastern Trust Co., The, trustees Winnifred B.i 

Duffus 

Eastern Trust Co., trustees under will of Wm i 

Gossip : 

Eastern Trust Co., trustees for S. W. Hensley ! 

Eastern Trust Co., trustees Ida May Hope I 

Eastern Trust Co., trustees Mrs. Eva J. Hovey . . . 
Eastern Trust Co., trustees Mrs. Alexandrina I. 

Huddleston 

Eastern Trust Co., trustees for Mrs. Kate Dickson 

Jones 

Eastern Trust Co., trustees Miss M- Eliza Keith. . 
Eastern Trust Co., trustees est. of John Lithgow. . 
Eastern Trust Co., trustees under will late Israel 

Longworth 

Eastern Trust Co., in trust for Mrs. Grace McDon- 
ald 

Eastern Trust Co., in trust for Isabella McKay and 

Margaret Bayers 

Eastern Trust Co., trustees under will of John 

McKenzie 

Eastern Trust Co., trustees estate R. Malcolm 

Eastern Trust Co., trustees estate A.D. Merkel.. . 
Eastern Trust Co.. trustees under will of lateFrancis 

F. Moren 

Eastern Trust Co., trustees estate Antoinette 

Nordbeck 

Eastern Trust Co., trustees for Agnes Saer 

Eastern Trust Co., trustees estate Bennett Smith. . 

Eastern Trust Co., trustees Margaret Smith 

Eastern Trust Co., trustees Mrs. Mary J. Smith. . . 
Eastern Trust Co., trustees for Mary St. Barbe 

Smith 

Eastern Trust Co., trustees for Mrs. Winifred G. 

Sullivan 

Eastern Trust Co., trustees M. Jean Taylor 

Eastern Trust Co.. trustees for Alice Tremaine 

and Mary Wiggins 

Eastern Trust Co., trustees Mrs. Margaret Louise 

Wickwire 

Eastern Trust Co., Almon Sarah F. and Hensley 

H. A., trustees for late H. P. Almond 

Eastern Trust Co. and Kenny, J. B., trustees under 

will late Jas. Cochran 

Eastern Trust Co., and Kenny, J. B., trustees 

under will late M.J. Cochran 

Eastern Trust Co. and Mclnnes, Hector, trustees 

under will late Michael Dwyer 

Eastern Trust Co., Payzant, j'ohn Y. and Holmes, 

John Camm, trustees Annuity Fund estate of 

John Bayley Bland 

Eastern Trust Co., Wickwire, Mrs. Margaret L. 

and Powell, Wm. R., trustees of Elliott Children 
Eastern Trust Co., Wickwire, Mrs. Margaret L. 

and Powell, Wm. R., trustees Wm. K. Wickwire 

Eaton, Aaron, estate of 

Edwards, Mathew Boyde ...\.. 




Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



' Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d 'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



Trust Co. 



Ehrgott, J. F 

Elder, Carolines. 



Elderkin, Carrie S. 



Carried forward . 



St. John, N.B. 

ii 

Halifax. N.S.! 



Insurance agent. 

Fish merchant. . 
Widow 



St. John, N.B 

Care of Cowie & Edwards, 
St. John, N.B 

Yarmouth, N.S 

33 Concord Ave., Cam- 
bridge, Mass 

Port Greville, N.S 



15,757 

6 

6 

4 

25 

17 

50 

44 
48 

57 
1 

19 

4 

22 



10 

29 

12 

1 

40 

17 
40 
52 

42 

13 

65 

20 

8 

17 



26 
22 
24 
9 
24 

19 

410 
32 

67 

49 

47 

130 

30 

15 

216 

30 

14 
144 

2 
50 

3 
12 



17,815 



1,575,700 

600 

600 

400 

2,500 

1,700 

5,000 

4,400 
4,800 

5,700 
100 

1,900 

400 

2,200 

900 

1,000 

2,900 

1,200 

100 

4,000 

1,700 
4,000 
5,200 

4,200 

1,300 

6,500 

2,000 

800 

1,700 

500 

2,600 
2,200 
2,400 
900 
2,400 

1,900 

41,000 
3,200 

6,700, 

4,900 

4,700 

13,000 

3,000 

1,500 

21,600 

3,000 

1,400 
14,400 

200 
5,000 

300 
1.200 



1,781,500 



SHAREHOLDERS IX CHARTERED BANKS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



75 



Name. 
Xom. 



Description. 



Post OflBce Address. 
Adresse. 



Number i 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



Brought forward i 

Eldridge, Adelbert B Merchant Yarmouth, N.S 



Elkin, Frances J. 



Elkin, Robert C 

Elliott, Geo. H., executors estate of. 



Emerson, Robert B. 
Esson, Agnes 



Estabrook, Wm. G. 



Estabrooks, C. H., estate of. 
Estabrooks, Theodore H 



Everett, Tabor C. 
Ewing, William A. 



Fairbanks, Charlotte. 



Married. 
Ship broker. 



Merchant. 
Widow . . . 



Merchant. 



141 Douglas Ave, St. John, 
N.B 



Wholesale tea mer- 
chant 



Care of Mrs. Emilie Elliott 
Royal Bank of Canada, 
Calgary, Alta 

St. John, N.B., care of 
Emerson & Fi?her 

Care of Hauptmann V. 
Frankenberg, Bahnofstr 
63, AUenstein, Apstr, 
Germany 

197 Main St., St. John, 

St' Johni N.B.'.'.'.!! ;.;;;!! 



3.5 Mill St., St., St. John, 
N.B 

Farmer Island View, N.B 

Barrister at law 'P.O. Box 45, St. John, 

N.B 

Spinster Pleasant St., Dartmouth, 

N.S 



.\ylesford, N.S. 



Fairbanks, Charlotte A., exr. estate of 

Fairn, Leslie R Architect 

Fairweather, Annie R. Lee ." Spinster Rothesay, N.B 

Fairweather, estate of Georee E 1 67 Prince William St., 

I ! St. John, N.B 

FauTveather, Lucilla H i Widow 12 Canterbury St., St. 

I . I John, N.B 

Fairweather, Margaret Lee Spinster Rothesay, N.B 

Fairweather, Muriel Lee ! " " 

*Farish, Henry G., and jPyke, Jno. Geo., trustees, 'Retired; jBarrister 
W. H. Sterns I at law j Liverpool, N.S 

Farquhar, Jessie 'Married !4l Upper Water St., 

Halifax, N.S 

Farrell, Letitia [Spinster Alwin Hotel, Atherstone 

Terrace, London, S.W 
England ,. 



Farrell, Teresa 

Farwell, Granger. 



•Faulkner, Geo. E., amd fRoy, J. E., trustees 
estate of T. C. Allen 



Retired . 



Faulkner, Laura G. D. 



Fawson, Clara, trustee estate of the late. 
Fay, Fred. R 



Fenerty, Edward L., trustee estate of Chas. H. 

Bennett 

Fenerty, Mary Louisa 



Fenety , Georginia C 

Ferguson, Bertha May 

Ferguson, estate Hon. Donald (deceased). 



Ferguson, Lydia Reta. 
Ferguson, Capt. R. M . 



Finen, Rev. John Edward, D.D. 
Fisher, Estelle E 



Fisher, Frank Lemuel , 

Fish wick, Jessie M. F , 

Fishwick, Theresa E. J 

Fitzgerald, Clara DuBois. 



FitzGerald, R. R. 



Carried forward . 



10 South La Salle St. 
Room 649, Otis Bldg., 
Chicago, 111., U.S.A... 
'Insurance; tFinan- 

cial agent ;173 Hollis St., Halifax, 

N.S 

Married 49 South Park St., Halifax, 

N.S 

Halifax, N.S 



Stipendiarj' magi- 
strate Bridgetown, N.S. 



Manufacturer Dutch Village, N.S 

Spinster 27K Spring Garden Road, 

Halifax, N.S 

" Fredericton, N B 

" 130 Elm Ave., Charlotte- 

, town, P.E.I 

Care of A. W. Sterns, 73 

I Cumberland St., Char- 

I lottetown, P.E.I 

Spinster Yarmouth, N.S 

Master mariner P. O. Box 214, Yarmouth, 

, N.S 

Clergyman Franklin Falls, N.H., 

U.S.A 

Married P.O. Box 383, Schenectady 

N.Y., U.S.A 

Student Truro, N.S 

Spinster 10 Bland St., Halifax.N.S. 

a it It 

Married !clo Can. Mtge. Invest. Co., 

10 Adelaide St. East, 
Toronto, Ont 



Judge .SupremeCourt 
of P.E.I Mount 



Edward Road, 
Charlottetown, P.E.I. . . 



17,815 
5 

10 
11 



7 
67 

12 

10 
2 



36 
10 



10 
4 
2 
5 



15 
5 
5 

20 

2 



18 
18 



125 

25 

2 
26 

2 

4 

3 
2 

22 



10 

20 

1 

12 

12 



1,781,500 
500 

1,000 
1,100 



700 
6,700 

1,200 

1,000 
200 



3,600 
1,000 

400 

1,000 
400 
200 
500 

300 

1,500 
500 
500 

2,000 

200 



1.800 
1,800 



12,500 

2,500 

200 
2,600 

200 

400 

300 
200 

2,200 

200 
100 

600 

1,000 

2,000 

100 

1,200 

1,200 

600 

400 



18,381 



1,838,100 



76 



DEPARTMEyr OF FIXAXCE 

4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 

Bank of Nova Scotia— Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Brought forward . 
Fleming, Robert H 



! Harbour master. 



Flemming, H. A., in trust Branch bank mana- 



Fletcher, Charles R 

Fletcher, Charles R., in trust. 
Fletcher, Mary C 



Fletcher, Violet Charlotte. 



ger. 

Dentist . . 

(( 

Married . 



Flinn, James, trustee estate of 

Folker, Capt. Fred. Whitney 

Forbes, F. G., and Eastern Trust Co. 

H. F. Forbes 

Forbes, S. Antonia 

Ford, Dr. F. S. L 

Forgan, James B 



Number Amount 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



i of shares. 

i Nombre 
! d'actions. 



Paid. 

Montant 
pay 6. 



11 Pagan Place, St. John, 

N.B 



Halifax, N.S 

Fredericton, N.B. 



1 Master mariner 



do L. C. McNutt. Freder- 
icton, N.B 

171 Richmond Road, 
Roath, Cardiff, Wales. . 

Halifax, N.S 

Hantsport, N.S 



trustees of 



Forman, Marion 

Formbv, Lt.-Col. R. F. R . 



Forrest, Rev. John, D.D., trustee No. 1 

Forrest, Rev. John, D.D., trustee No. 2 

^Forrest, Rev. John, and fHenry S. Creighton, 
exrs. estate Catherine Ann Mott 



Forrest, Margaret E 

Fors>-th, Eliza A., admrx. estate Adelia M. For- 
syth 

Fosbroke, Mary Thorpe 



Judge Halifax, N.S. . . 

Spinster Liverpool, N.S 

Physician Milton, N.S. 

Pres. First National 

Bank 

Married 

Retired 



'Retired. tCivil ser- 
vant. Custom- 
house 

Spinster 



Chicago, Illinois 

Londonderrj-, N.S 

c!o Henrs- S. King & Co., 
' 9 Pall Mall, London, 

Eng 

22 Tobin St., Halifax,N.S. 



37 Tobin St., Halifax,N.S. 



Foster, Clara M . 
Foster, Johan M . 



Faster, Hon. John G., in trust 

Foster, Hon. John G., trustee 

Fotherby, Mary, and Eliza P. Fotherby... 

Fowler, Florence B 

Fowler, H. Ernest 

Fra.ser, A. Sinclair 



18,3S1 $ 

4 

70 
18 
14 

32 

7 

35 
4 

4 
25 
34 

215 
3 



23 
13 
25 



Digby.N.S... 

Married i Bidford on Avon, War- 
wickshire, England 

26 Wellington St., U.S 
Consulate, Ottawa, Ont. 
36 Coburg St., St. John, 

N.B 

Gentleman Derby Line, Vermont 

90 Union St., St. John.N.B 
Fredericton, N.B 



Eraser, Annie . 



Eraser, 
Eraser, 
Eraser, 

Eraser, 
Fraser, 
Fraser, 



Capt. Collin, trustee. 

Daniel C 

Elizabeth 



Spinsters 

Married 

Accountant 

Commercial travel- 
ler 



Spinster. 



Retired 

Retired mariner. 
Spinster 



Graham 

Isabella 

Jessie Gordon. 



Retired. 
Married. 
[Spinster. 



Fraser, Josiah Frederick. 



Fraser, 
Fraser, 
Fraser, 



Margaret. . 
Mary Ann 
Mar>- B . . . 



Fraser, Mary Marshall 

Fraser, Mary Sebuda, guardian of the person and 
estate of Thos. Clyde Fraser 



Fraser, Susan. 



Fraser, Thomas Edward. 



Merchant . 

Spinster . . 
tt 

Widow — 



11 Preston St., Halifax, 

N.S •■••• 

135 South Park St., Hah- 

fax, N.S 

New Glasgow, N.S 

Chance Harbor, N.S. . . 
11 Preston St., Halifax, 

N.S 

New Glasgow, N.S 

P.O. Box 410, Pictou,N.S, 
135 South Park St., Hall 

fax, N.S 

clo Davis & Fraser, Hah 

fax. N.S 

Pictou, N.S 

Harrietsfield, N.S 

165 Princess St., St. John, 

N.B 

176 Metcalfe St., Ottawa, 

Ont 



Gentleman. 



Fraser, Rev. Wm. M Clergyman 

Fraser, William S 'Farmer 

Freeman, Annie A. S., exrx Widow 

Freeman, John K Whol. grocer 

Freeman, Newton C Farmer & trader. . 



1298 10th Ave. West, Van- 
couver, B.C 

11 Preston St., Halifax, 
N.S 

534 Huron St., Toronto 
Ont 

77 Inghs St., Halifax, N.S. 

Granville Centre, N.S 

271 South St., Halifax,N.S 

399 Main St., Buflfalo, 
N.Y., U.S.A 

Milton, N.S 



Carried forward . 



22 
5 

1 

7 

20 

31 

25 

32 

5 

1 

2 



56 

9 

-10 

18 

258 

25 

57 

25 

5 

24 

3 

67 



34 

20 

22 

29 

5 



1,838,100 

4(10 

7,000 
1,800 
1,400 

3.200 

700 

3.500 

400 

40O 
2,500 
3,400 

21,500 
300 



2,300 
1.300 

2,500 



19,748 



2.200 
500 

100 

700 

2.000 

3,100 

2,500 

3,200 

500 

100 

200 



200 

5,600 

900 

1,000 

1,800 

25,800 

2,500 

5,700 

2,500 

50O 

2,400 

300 

6,700 



3,400 

2,000 

2,200 

2,900 

500 

800 

500 
800 



1,974,800 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 



77 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Brought forward 

Frizzle, Robert Retired merchant. . 

Fuller, Mar>- Emma Spinster 



Fullerton, I.etitia May Married 

Fultori, Willard H- Barrister at law. 



Fyshe. estate Thomas, Royal Trust Co., Montreal 

executors 

Gaetz, Catherine M 



Gaither, Otho S . 



Gallagher, Francis 

Ganong, Annie R 

Gardiner, Charles Coulson. 



Gardiner, Lucy D 



Widow 

Business agt . 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Truro, N.S 

3 Turner Ave.. Hamilton, 

Ont 

Pictou, X.S 

c|o Mclnnes, Mellish, Ful- 
ton & Kenny, Halifax, 

N.S 



Retired . 
Married. 
Retired . 



Travelling 
woman . 



sales- 



Montreal, Que 

P.O. Box 636, Red Deer, 

Alta 

Room 405, 1st National 

Bank, Chicago, 111 

203 Pitt St., St. John, N.B. 

Long Reach, N B 

925 South Vermont Ave., 

Los Angeles, Cal 



Gardiner. Minnia Jones ' Married 

Gardner, Frank 



Garvin, Christine. . 

Gates, Edwin 

Gates, John Henry 



Geldert, Jennie A . . . 
Geldert, John M, Jr. 



General Securities Co., Limited. 

Gerow, Bridget .\ 

Gesner, John H 



Gibbons, Frances Eliza. 
Gibbs, Edwin 



Gilbert, Ella M., in trust for Dorothy H. Gilbert 

Gill. John MacLeod 

Gillespie, Harry C 

Gillespie, Hugh 

'Gillespie, Hugh, and fGillespie, Harry C 

Gillespie, Margaret 

Gillies, W. D.-. 

Gillis, D.J 

Gilmour, estate of Andrew 

Gilpin, Charlotte M 

•Gilpin, Edwin L., and Eastern Trust Co., trustees 

estate Edwin Gilpin ■ 

Giipin, Ma :y W 

Gilpin, Mary W., excutrix estate Wm. S. Gilpin . 

Gilpin, Thomas Bernard 

Girvan, Clarissa 



107 Highland Rd., Somer 
ville, Mass., L'.S.A 

925 South Vermont Ave., 
Los Angeles, Cal 



19,748 
40 

20 
5 



80 
50 
20 



Mer. San Domingo 

Trading Co !c|o A. Logic, 43 Exchange 

Place, New York.U.S.A 
Widow 1124 Hancock, Cambridge, 

I Mass.,U.S.A 

Farmer and High 

Sheriff [Annapolis Royal, N.S 

Retired 25 Longworth Ave., Char- 

I lottetown, P.E.I 

Married i Windsor, N.S 

Barrister at law County Court House, Hali- 
fax, N.S 

HaOfax, N.S 

46 Garden, St. John, N.B. 



Dealers in securities 

Widow 

Asst. mgr., Went- 
zells. Ltd 



Widow . 
Banker. 



Married. 



31 Cogswell St., Halifax, 
N.S 

49 Brunswick Ave., Tor- 
onto, Ont 

c|o Farmers Loan & Trust 
Co., 22 William St., New 
York, N.Y 

R.M.D. No. 1, Mauger- 
ville, N.B 

Brockville, Ont 



Manufacturer . . . 

Clerk iParrsboro, N.S 

Ship owner 

*Ship owner; tClerk 

Spinster 

Mfr's. agt Springfield, N.B 

Husbandman [Indian River, P.E.I. 

St. John, N.B 



Spinster. 



*Real estate. 
Widow 



Glendenning, Helen F. . . . 

Glennie. Mary A 

Glidden, Isabella 

Glover, Thomas 

Godfrey, James MacNab. 



Godfrey, Sophia 

'Godfrey, Sophia, and tGodfrey, Chas. G. 

Godsoe, Annie F 



Carried forward . 



Digby, N.S. 



P.O. Box 370, Sydnev, N.S 
Digby, N.S .".... 



c|o Thomson <fe Thomson, 
McCurdv Bldg., Hali 

! fax, N.S 

Retired P.O. Box 2290. Verdun, 

I Que 

Married 47 Fifth Ave., New York, 

I N.Y., U.S.A 

Widow 133 Kent St., Halifax, N.S. 

jPictou, N.S 

" ISummerside, P.E.I 

Merchant iPictou, N.S 

Retiredmastermar-i | 

iner ' 193 Barrington St., Halifax 

j N.S 

Spinster -Annapolis Royal, N.S 

'Spinster fins. In-| 

spector [Yarmouth, N.S 

Spinster ! 172 King St. East, St. John 

N.B 



50 

25 

1 

100 



10 
12 

12 

7 

7 

40 
7 

12 

150 

2 

6 
5 

67 

4 
61 
12 
50 
91 

2 

2 

107 

23 

5 

7 
2 



12 



20 
8 
3 
4 

17 



10 
20 

112 

14 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
payf. 



21,066 



1,974.800 
4,000 

2,000 
500 



8,000 

5.000 

2,000 

5,000 

2,500 

100 

10,000 

1,000 
1,200 

1.200 

700 

700 

4.000 
700 

1.200 

15,000 

200 

600 
500 

6,700 

400 
6,100 
1,200 

5,000 

9,100 

200 

200 

10,700 

2,300 

500 

700 
200 



1.200 
400 

2.000 
800 
300 
400 

1,700 

1,000 
2,000 

11,200 

1,400 



, 106. 600 



78 



DEPARTMEXT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouville-Ecosse. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



Brought forward . 
Godsoe, Harry L 



Godsoe, Ida M . 



Agent... 
Spinster. 



*Godsoe, Marie E., and fNellie T. Godsoe *Widow; fspinster.. . 

Godsoe, Nellie T 1 " 

Godsoe, estate of Thomas Amos ' 

Goggin, Robert H., and Eleanor C. Goggin Farmer and wife 

Gordon, Matilda | Widow 

Goreham Academy Fund, trustees of 

Gorham, John Wm 



Gossip, Helen Wells. 
Goudge, Adeline 



Gow, Charles, and Clodd, Edward. 



Mdse. broker. 



Spinster. 
Married. 



Gentlemen. 



Graham, Harry Charles 

Graham, Harry Charles, in trust for Gladys F. 

Graham ] " 

Graham, Harry Charles, in trust for Mildred 

Graham | " 

Grant, Alice M. D Married, teacher, 

Acadia Seminary . 
Grant, Elizabeth F 



45 Union Ave., Montreal, 
P.Q 

172 King St.East.St.John, 
N.B 



Petitcodiac, N.B 

Georgetown, P.E.I. . . 

Liverpool, N.S 

c|o J. W. Gorham & Co., 
Halifax, N.S 

144 South St., Halifax.N.S. 

101 Victoria Road, Hali- 
fax, N.S 

c|o London Joint Stock 
Bank, Ltd., 5 Princes 
St., London, E.C., Eng. 

Annapolis Royal, N.S 



21,066 1$ 2,106,600 



Widow . 
Merchant. 



Grant, Jacob W 

Grant, Julia E I Widow 

Grant, Laura McNeill IMarried 



Grant, M. C Commission mer'nt. 

Grant, M. C, trust No. 1 
Grant, M. C, trust No. 2. 



Grant, M. C, and Oxley, Harold. 

Grant, Oxley & Co 

Grant, Oxley & Co., trustees 

Grantham, Charles T 

Grantham, Helen M 



Gravel, Joseph. 



Gravel, Joseph P. A 

Gray, Ann E., trustees of. 

Gray, Anna Louisa 

Gray, Emily 



Gray, Jessie 

Gray, John A 

Greenough, Florence M. 



Com 



n merchants. . . 



Capitalist 

Divorced woman. 

Supt., A. Gravel 

Lbr. Co., Ltd 

Advocate 



Wolfville, N.S 

132 Tower Road, Halifax, 

N.S 

Yarmouth, N.S 

93 Queen St., Halifax, N.S. 
68 Bedford Row, Halifax, 

N.S 



Halifax, N.S. 



. Welland, Ont 

.245 James St. S., Hamil- 
I ton, Ont 



Widow. . . 
Spinster. 



Gregory, Helen Maria. 



Gregory, J. Eraser, in trust for E. S. R. Murray's 
minor children 



Gregory, James S. 
Grier, Sophia 



Griffin, Rob Roy 

Grindon, Mary Louise. 



Grundmark, Capt. Jonas. 
Guest, Janet S 



Gunter, Eliza 

Guptill, Scott D. 



Haliburton, Ella 

Halifax Association for Improving the Condition 

of the Poor 

Halifax Fire Insurance Company 



Halifax Industrial School . 



Halifax Protestant Orphans' Home. 
Halifax School for the Blind 



Carried forward. 



Retired . 
Married. 



Etchemin Bridge, P.Q 

Princess St., St. John.N.B. 

Mahone Bay, N.S 

13 Edith Road, Peckham, 

London, S.E., Eng 

Hopewell, N.S 



Lumber Mfr. 



Lumber merchant... 
Married 



46Copeland, Boston, Mass. j 
U.S.A 

297 Douglas Ave., St. John, 
N.B 

207 Douglas Ave., St.John, 
N.B 



Barrister at law. 
Spinster 



Master mariner. 
Spinster 



Widow 

Merchant. 
Widow 



Charitable organiz'n 
Fire Ins. Co 

Inc. Charitable Inst. 



Denton House, Warren Rd. 

Guildford, Surrey, Eng. 

Antigonish, N.S 

c|o Bank of Liverpool, Ltd. 

Birkenhead, Eng 

Sea View, N.B 

311 Lindsay St., Chata- 

nooga, Tenn., U.S.A 

University Ave., Freder- 

icton, N.B 

Grand Harbour, Grand 

Manan, N.B 

Annapolis Royal, N.S 

Halifax, N.S 

60 Bedford Row, Halifax, 

N.S 

68 Bedford Row, Halifax, 

N.S 

Halifax, N.S 



i 

1 4 


400 


i 4 

; 10 

14 

2 

' 10 

8 

18 


400 
1,000 
1,400 

200 
1,000 

800 
1.800 


6 
30 


600 
3,000 


5 


500 


125 
3 


12,500 
300 


4 


400 


4 


400 


8 


800 


10 

5 

10 


1,000 

500 

1,000 


17 
173 
46 
64 
200 
92 
77 
70 


1,700 
17,300 
4,600 
6,400 
20,000 
9,200 
7,700 
7,000 


5 


500 


31 
3 

80 
8 


3,100 
300 

8,000 
800 


5 

7 
15 


500 

700 

1,500 


5 


500 


3 


300 


M 


1,100 
2,500 


'I 


4,100 
800 


8 
15 


800 
1,500 


1 


100 


10 


1,000 


3 
31 


300 
3,100 


8 


800 


416 


41,600 


22 

5 

30 


2,200 

500 

3,000 


22,881 


2,288,100 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



79 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Brought forward 

Halifax Visiting Dispensary— O. E. Smith, treas.. 
Hall, Mrs. Emma K 

Hall, Mrs. M. Isabel 



•Hall, Stephen S., and fEthelwyn L. Hall. 
Hamilton, Abbie R 



Charitable organiz'n 
Widow 



*Ins. agent; fspinster 
Widow 



Hamilton, Charlotte Kirk. 



Hamilton, Eliza... 
Hamilton, Mary J. 
Hamon, Edith M.. 



Spinster. 



Hanford, Eliza T 

Hanford, Emma A., estate 

Hanington, A. H 

Hanington, Catherine M Married 

Hanley, Kathryn L ! 

Hansard, Ethel Maud Spinster 

Hanson, P. Knight, in trust for Jane K. Hanson. . 

Harding, Alvin C. (D.D.S.), executor estate Mrs. 

Helen Byers 

Harding, Herbert 



Barrister at law 1 



Dentist 

Ship owner. 



Harding, Ida King iMarried. 

Harding, James S jBroker.. 



Harding, Margaret F {Spinster 

Harding, Phoebe T., exrx. estate Wm. S. Harding] " 

Hardwick, Caroline A < " teacher 

Harlow, Maurice A iMerchant 

Harman, S. Bruce 



Harrington, Mary S. 



Gen. agt. London 

Assn. Corp 

Married 



Harrington, Mary S. R i Widow 



Harris, Jeannette M 

Harris, Mary H 

Harris, Ralph Tull 

Harris, Robert E 

Harrison, Emmeline A 

Harrison, Louise, and Anna M. Merritt. 
Hart, Annie 



Hart, Bessie R 

Hart, Emiline Shaw 

Hart, estate of Mrs. Emma E. 

Hart, Geo. R., trustee 

Hart, Helen C 



Married 

Spinster, teacher 

Plumber 

Barrister at law 

Married 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Halifan, N.S 

131 Wentworth St., St. 

John, N.B 

20 Wellington Row., St. 

John, N.B 



16 Mt. Vernon St., Boston, 

Mass 

21 Lammas Park Road, 

Ealing W., Mid'x, Eng.. 

Georgetown, P.E.I 

20 Peters St., St. JohnN.B. 
L'Heritage, St. Aubin's, 

Jersey, Europe 

c|o J. Roy Campbell, St. 

John, N.B 

19 Rogers Ave., West Som- 

erville, Mass., U.S.A 

27 Prince William St., St. 

John, N.B 

119 Union St., St. John, 

N.B 

221East 60th St., Chicago, 

III., USA 

St. Barnabas Nursing 

Home, Onaway, Alta. . . 
158 Union St.,St.John N.B 



Yarmouth, N.S 

.31 James St., Liverpool, 

Eng 

St. Pacome, P.Q 

65 Prince William St., St. 

John, N.B 

32 South St., Halifax, N.S. 

St. John, N.B 

Annapolis Royal, N.S 

North Brookfield, N.S.... 



Spinster. 
Married. 



Vice Consul of Brazil 
Married 



Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance 

Co. of Hartford, Conn 

Hartshorne, Lawrence H jMillet and farmer. . 

Harvey, Hester jMarried 

Harvey, W. C, trustee Bank oflBcial. 



'Haszard, F. L., and fRogers, Benj., exrs. estate 
of Hon. Benjamin Rogers 



Haughton, Emily M., and Rowe, Lydia A., trustees 



Havill, Mary Helen. 



Hay, estate of George Upham 

Hayes, Harry T., in trust for Alice M. Hayes, Elsie 

A. Hayes, and Mary E. Hayes 

Hayes, James S 

Hayes, Sarah E 

Hays, Katharine 



Carried forward . 



23 Scott St., Toronto, Ont. 

Norton, N.B 

115 South Park St., Hali- 
fax, N.S 

Annapolis Royal, N.S 

Upper Granville, N.S 

Annapolis Royal, N.S 

Halifax, N.S 

Antigonish, N.S 

St. John, N.B 

208 Morris St., Halifax, 
N.S 

30 Kent St., Halifax, N.S. 

Granville Ferry, N.S 

Halitax,N.S 

30 Kent St., Halifax, N.S. 

179 St. James St., Mont- 
real, P.Q 

Hartford, Conn., U.S.A. 

Guysboro, N.S 

Sackville, N.B 

c|o Royal Bank of Canada, 
Halifax, N.S 



*Judge; fbroker. 
Married 



Farmer. 



Married. 
Spinster. 



235 Euston St., Charlotte- 
town, P.E.I 

c|o R.S. Haughton, Kings- 
ton Gen. Com., Kings- 
ton, Jamaica 

Hazlewood, 339 Quinpool 
Rd., Halifax, N.S.. 

P.O.box21,St.John,N.B. 

Sussex Corner, N.B... 
Jeffries Corner, N.B. . 
Sussex Corner, N.B... 
19 Inglis St., Halifax, N.S. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



22,881 
10 



2 
6 

28 

16 
10 
22 

50 
2 

30 

3 

2 

2 

2 
4 

13 

25 
5 

10 
1 
2 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



$ 2,288,100 
1,000 

200 

200 
600 

2,800 

1,600 
1,000 
2,200 

5,000 
200 

3,000 

300 

200 

200 

200 
400 

1,300 

2,500 
500 

1,000 
100 
200 



7 
18 


700 
1,800 


7 
5 


700 
500 


1 
21 

2 

20 

125 

32 

3 


100 
2,100 

200 

2,000 

12,500 

3,200 

300 


4 

10 
12 
17 
35 


400 
1,000 
1,200 
1,700 
3,500 


4 


400 


50 
10 
10 


5,000 
1,000 
1,000 


6 


600 


200 


20,000 


1 


100 


17 
4 


1,700 
400 


6 

4 

1 

13 


600 

400 

100 

1,300 


23,773 


2.377,300 



80 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouville-Ecosse. 



Name. 
Nona. 



Description. 



Brought forward ' 

Hayward, Annie E jMarried 

Hayward, Chas. W., amd Haj'ward, Margaret B.IDealer in real-estate 

I and wife 

Hayward, Margaret A ; Widow 

Hazen, Hon. J. Douglas Minister of Marine & 

Fisheries & Naval 
Affairs 



Heales, Stephen P Retired merchant. . . 

Heaney, Patrick Retired master 

mariner 

Heartz, Rev. Wm. H Clergyman 

Heckman, Nellie B ! Spinster 



Hegan, Jas. B Consulting engineer, 

I Dept. Public Wks. 

Hendricks, Blanche I Widow 

Hennessy, Patrick, and Catherine Hennessy .Merchant, and wife 

of C. W. Hennessy 

Hensley, Bessie Married 

Hensley, Fanny A. D " 



Herman, Charles T Commercial trav'r . 

Herschel, Arthur E. H jStructural engineer. 

Hersey, Elizabeth Married 

Hewetson, H. T. H., and Black, W. A., trustees 

Alice B. Hewetson Steamship owner... . 

Heymanson, Dina Married 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



214 Bishop St., Montreal, 
P.Q 



P.O. box 781, Halifax, N.S. 
Hampton, N B 



House of Commons, Otta- 
wa, Ont 

Wolfville, N.S I 

Port Gilbert, N.S 1 

Amherst, N.S 

129 Spring Garden Road,| 
Halifax, N.S 

Charlottetown, P.E.I 

Hampton, N.B 



Newcastle, N.B 

54 Inglis St., Halifax, N.S. 
75 Kent St., Charlotte- 
town, P E.I 

Dartmouth, N.S 



2314 2nd St. West, Calgary 

Alta 

Grand Manan, N.B 



Hickman, Annie M I Spinster 

Hickman, James S i Merchant . , 

Hicks, Allan W Postmaster 

*Hicks, Jno., fPayzant, W. L., and Hicks, Ralph 

H. D., trustees under marriage settlement of 

Mrs. Isabella Ellis Hicks "Retired ; fBarrister 

at law 

Hickson, Florence E I Spinster 

Hickson, Hazel M.McL I " 

Highland Society of New Brunswick at Miramich' 

Hill, estateof Florence Grace ' 



Spinster- Artist . 



Hill, Kat«F 

Hill, Lewis F Retired 

Hill Grove Baptist Church 

Hilyard, Henry, estate of j 

Hilyard, Teresa IWidow. 



Hinds, C. C Merchant 

Hines, Ethel L I Married 

Hines, Lovitt W 'Master mariner. 

Hinton, Ella M 'Married 

Hoffman, Louise B ISpinster 



Hogan, Michael, estate of I 

Holder, Henry A Pattern maker. 

i 

Holder, Latilla Louisa IMarried 

Hole, Augusta Sophia Widow 



Hollies, Rose E Nurse, spinster., 

Hollifield, George Steward 

Hollifield, Jessie ,, Married 

Holly, Alice E 



Holly, Hannah, exrx. estate of S. Holly Widow. 

Holly, James, estate of I 

Holman, Ada L Married. 



Carried forward. 



Halifax, N.S 

708 Sheridan Road, Chic- 
ago, 111., U.S.A 

Amherst, N.S 

Oxford, N.S 

Hampton, NB 



Halifax, N.S 

Newcastle, N.B. 



c|o Mgr. Canadian Bank 
of Commerce, Halifax, 
N.S 

7 South St., Halifax, N.S. 

Dartmouth, N.S 

Digby, N.S 

St. John, N.B 

c|o Geo. A. Hilyard, St. 
John, N.B 

Barrie, Ont 

P.O. Box 295, Yarmouth, 
N.S 



Summerside, P.E.I 

2621 New Kirk Ave., Flat- 
bush, Brooklyn, N.Y., 
U.S.A 

St. John, N.B 

488 Robbie St., Halifax, 
N.S 



Sidney, Vancouver Island, 
B.C., c|o Rev. T. C. 
DesBarres 

423 Clermont Ave., Brook- 
lyn, N.Y 

Baddeck, N.S 



200 Douglas Ave., St. John, 

N.B 

161 Douglas Ave., St. John, 

N.B 

c|o Holly & Sons (James), 

St. John, N.B 

16 Queen St., St. John, 

N.B 



23,773 
8 

31 

24 



200 
8 



62 
45 



10 

8 

25 
6 

6 
3 



10 
4 
5 
2 



20 
40 
40 
23 



31 
5 

20 
4 

41 

5 
15 

10 
15 
20 



1 
60 

6 

7 



125 

2 

10 

2 

15 

15 

10 

9 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



24,795 



2,377,300 

800 



2,479,500 



SiHMiEHOLDKlis l\ (UAUTKRED BANKS 



81 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



Brought forward . 
Holman, Wm. Ludlow 



Hopkinson, Flora B. 



Horncastle, Catherine. 
Hourigan, Annie 



How, Rev. Henry |Clergyman 

How, Rev. Henry, in trust for Mrs. H. Clara; 

Beckman " 

Howe, Clarence D Chief engineer, Bd. 

of Grain Com. for 



Asst. professor 
bacteriology University of Pittsburg, 

Pittsburg, Pa., U.S.A... 
Married 19 Morey St., Attleboro, 

Mass., U.S. A 

Widow 36 Sydney St., St. John 

N.B 

Spinster c|o R. Fair, 505 Dickson, 

j St., Peterborough, Ont. 

"■ Annapolis Royal, N.S — 



Howe, Florence Maud. 



Canada . 



Howe, Sarah E 



Married . 



c|o Grain Commission for 
for Canada, Fort Wil- 
liam, Ont 

c|o Cox & Co., 16 Charing 
Cross, London, S.W. 

Eng 

Widow Dartmouth, N.S 



Hoyt, Harriet A iSpinster [Bridgetown, N.S 



Huddleston, Alexandrina Isabella j Married 



Hudson, Harvey IMaster mariner 

Hughson, Naaman . . , ' Farmer 

Huie, D. H Chartered account- 

tant 



Humbert, Charles Stewart Gentleman. 

Humphrey, Frances [Married. . . . 



Humphrey, Mary E Widow 

Humphrey, Robert Hoskins Steamship agt. 

Hunt, Ariana L Spinster 



Sawston Hall, Sawston, 

Cambridge, Eng 

Karsdale, N.S 

Cornhill, N.B 



5a York Place, Edinburgh 

Scotland 

Riverside, N.B 

c|o Plant Line, Halifax 

N.S 

Sackville, N.B 

clo Plant Line, Halifax 

N.S 

c|o Rev. Canon Neales, 

Sussex, N.B 

HaUfax, N.S 



Hunt, Mary E [ Married 

Hunt, W. P Branch bank mana- 

ager 'Montreal, P.Q 

Hunter Church Building Fund Committee \ 193 Hollis St.. Halifax 

I _ j N.S 

Hunter, James, executors estate of JHalifax, N.S 

Hutchins, Georgetta Margeson Married 

Hutchison, Eliza J " 

Hutchison, Ernest Retired 

Imrie, Helen Spinster 



Imrie, Isabella. 



Inch, James N., in trust for Mary E. Inch Merchant. 

Ings, A. Ernest [Barrister at law. 

Rancher 



Ings, F. W 

Ings, J. Walter 

Ings, John, executor estate of 

Innes, Peter 

•Innes, Peter, and fYoung, Mrs. Margaret, trustee? ', 

estate of Wm. Young i*Retired; t widow. 

*Innes, Peter, and fYoung, Margaret, guardians 

children Wm. Young 



Retired Ry. Mgr. 



Innes, Wm. Patrick. 
Inness, Ellen A.. 
Innis, Emma H. 



Manufacturer.. . 

Married 

Spinster, nurse . 



Innis, Kenneth R iButcher and farmer 

Irving, estate Sir jEmiliua 

Jack & Son, A. M 

Jackson, John Day 



James, Helen I . 



Bankers and brokers 
Publisher 

Married 



James, Henrietta Augusta Spinster . 

Jamieeon, Sarah E Married . 



Jarvis, iEmilius. 



Carried forward . 

6—6 



Banker. 



Margaretville, N.S. 
Douglastown, N.B. 



No. 1 Lome Terrace, Mary 
hill, Glasgow, Scotland 

Brannockstown, county 
Kildare, Ireland 

Oak Point, N.B 

2 Esplanade, Charlotte- 
town, P.E.I 

Nanton, Alta 

Lineham, Alta 

Charlottetown, P.E.I 

Coldbrook, N.S 



Simcoe, Ont 

Liverpool, N.S 

Spelman Seminary, Atlan- 
ta, Ga 

Pictou, N.S 

19 Russell, Toronto, Ont. . 

Halifax, N.S 

86-90 Crown St., New 
Haven, Conn., U.S.A. . . 

c|o Can. Bk. of Commerce, 
Danforth & Broadview, 
Toronto, Ont 

101 Queen St., Halifax, 
N.S "... 

Norton, N.B 



103 Bay St., Toronto. 



24,795 $ 2.479,500 



10 

2 

45 

4 
1 



18 

14 

2 

60 
4 
2 



1 
6 

12 

4 



17 
27 

71 

45 

36 

4 

166 

219 

17 

15 
1 

21 
70 
26 
3 
25 



6 

50 

2 

30 

4 

100 

78 

24 



5 
2 

166 



1,000 

200 

4,500 

400 
100 

300 



.500 



l.gOO 

,1400 

200 

6,000 
400 
200 



100 

600 

1,200 
400 

SOD 

1,700 
2.700 

7,100 

4,500 

3.600 

400 

10,600 

21,900 

1,700 

1,.500 
100 

2,100 
7,000 
2,600 
300 
2,500 

400 

600 

5,000 

200 

3,000 

400 

10,000 

7,800 

2,400 



500 

500 
200 

16,600 



28,232 



2,623,200 



82 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 

Bank of Nova Scotia-Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Brought forward. 
Jarvis, Augusta 



Post OfiEice Address. 
Adresse. 



Married . 



Jarvis. Mary Amelia, trustee for. 

Jenkins, Alice E 

Jenner, Elizabeth A 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay 6. 



Widow . 



Jermain, Elizabeth Maude 

Jessopp, Capt. Dudley F 

Jewett, Fred B., and Harriet E. Jewett. 
KtiSi:;andFredB.-Jewett. 
Johnson, A. G 



Retired. 



Johnson, Alice Jane 

Johnson, Daisy C. . . ■ • • • • • • • 

Johnson, George Foster, estate of. 

Johnson, R. M., estate of 

Johnston, Anme E. ...... •• 

Johnston, Eliza Ratchford 

Johnston. Francis Pemston 



Jones, Ahce C. 



Farmer and wife — 

Married 

" Farmer.. 
Jeweler 



34 Prince Arthur Ave., 
Toronto, Ont 

Halifax, N.S...^.. 

Georgetown, P.E.I ■ • 

o James T. Thomson, 6i 
Spring Garden Road, 
Halifax, N.S....... | 

Walmer Lodge. Walmer, 
Kent, Eng w," ' ' ' V ' 

77 Walmer Rd., Toronto, 
Ont 

Sheffield, N.B 



Widow . 



Spinster. . . 
Widow — 
Merchant . 



Spinster. 



187 Barrington St., Hali- 
fax, N.S ■••■■,;;• 

44 Water St., Charlotte- 
town, P.E.I... .... • 

Charlottetown, P.E.I 

Sussex, N.B •■-•• 

Charlottetown, P.E.I 

Gagetown, N.B........... 

P O. box 174, Digby, N.S 
49 Sm>-the St., St. John, 

N.B ,•••■ 

do Bank of Montreal, 
Threadneedle St., Lon- 
don, E.G., Eng 



26,232 

20 
2 
3 



13 

5 

12 
3 
1 
3 

17 

35 
6 
6 
10 
10 
12 



•Jones, Alfred E., and tJones. Harry T.. trustees 
Frances Bannerman 

Jones. Elizabeth K 

Jones, Everett B 



♦Merchant, fBarris- 

ter at law 

Married 



Halifax, N.S...... .•••••• • 

144 Duke St., St. John, 
N.B 



Accountant . 



Jones, Florence A 

Jones, Jacob C....^-.- 

Jones. Llewellyn, D.U 

Jones, Seth, and Elizabeth J. Jones. 

Jones, Walter G.. ..■.■■:■■ ■■ 

Jordan, estate Miss Louisa M 



Married 

(not known) ■;•• 

Bishop of Newfl d. 

and Bermuda. . . 

Prov. Poultry Supt 

(Dept. of Agri're) 

Merchant 



o Manchester, Robertson 
and Allison, Ltd., St 
John, N.B 

Woodstock, N.B 

Petitcodiac, N.B 

St. John's, Newfl' d 



Widow. 



Jordan, Mary M 

Jost, F. Mabel 

1 Retired merchant 
Jost, H. M ■ Married 

'^SacrRupStC; S.Vexecu^r C: Edwin Kaul-l ^^.^^^^ ^^ ^^^ 

bach u-wVV " 

Kaulbach, Rupert C. S . trustee.^ ...... — ^:^_ 

*Kaye, Louis R., and Foster, Wm «• surviving ^j 

trustees of the estate of Joseph Jennings ^'erK, i 



Sussex, N .B ........■•■• • 

P O box774,Halifax,N.S 
72 Bav State Ave., West 
Somerville, Mass., L.b. 
12 South Park St., Halifax, 

Spinster, artist |*2^|>^*;:° ' ^*:' ^'^"^'. 

Guysb'oro, N^S. 

Fredericton, N .13 



Lunenburg, N.S. 



Keator, Frances C. S 

Keay, Capt. Richard H. 
Keirstead, Mary Ann. . . . 



Keith, Amanda Edith. 

Keith, Donald 

Keith, Eliza 



probate . 
Married. 



Master mariner. 
Married 



28 Campbell road. Halifax 
N S 

109 Morris St.. Halifax, 
N.S •■ 

St. Andrews, N.B . • • 

76 Lowther Ave., Toronto, 
Ont ■• 

Hillsborough, N.B 



Keith. Elizabeth A. 
Keith. Marion E.... 



Keith. Bainsford E. 

Kelley & Glassey. Ltd 

Kellogg, Frances Henrietta Tremaine 

Kellog; Sin iVtrusteeof Mary iieien keliogg 
Kennedy. F.. estate of 



Widow, milliner I"'t"'"r '"of "W"olifnT N S 

Retired merchant... |58^Ingl. St., Halifax, g^^^ 

N.S A---u-iV" 

1224 Main St., Campbello, 

Mass.. U.S.A.... ...-•• • 

Chapel House, Newby 

Bridge, Ulverston, Eng. 

Butternut Ridge. N,B 

Halifax, N.S......... ■•••■ 

52 South St., Halifax, N.b 



Spinster. . 
Married. 
Spinster. 



Farmer 

Whol. liquors 

R^etfred insV cashier. JHalifax. N.S 

152 Somerset St.. Ottawa, 
Ont 



$ 2,623,200 

2,000 
200 
300 



1,300 

500 

1,200 
300 
100 
300 

1,700 

3,500 
600 
600 
1,000 
l.OOC 
1,200 

700 

200 

1,500 
500 



Carried forward. 



15 
5 



1 
1 
5 

43 

1 

10 

10 
12 

1 

250 
2 

87 
2 



22 

55 
4 

16 
2 

290 

34 

25 

36 

1 

6 

16 

10 

5 

21 

27,387 



100 
100 
500 

4,300 

100 
1,000 

1,000 

1,200 

100 

25,000 

200 

8,700 
200 



2,200 

5,500 
400 

1,600 

200 

29,000 

3,400 

2,500 

3.600 

100 

600 

1.600 

1,000 

500 

2,100 



2,738,700 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



83 









Number 


Amount 


Name. 




Post Office Address. 


of shares. 


Paid. 


— 


Description. 


— 







Nom. 




Adresse. 


Nombre 
d'actions. 


Montant 
pay^. 



Brought forward. 
Kenney, Margaret 



Kenny, J. B., trustee estate E. G. Kenny. 



Kenny, J. B., Daly, Sir M. B., trustees Lady Fane 
Kenny, J. B., and Eastern Trust Co., trustees of 

Charitable Irish Society 

Kenny, J. B., and Kenny, Louis F., trustees for 

Mrs. Margaret J. Kenny 

Keough, Frank 

Kerr, A. L 

Kerr, Daniel M 



Widow 

Barrister at law. . . 
Barristers at law. 
Barrister at law... 



Kerr, Letitia A 

Kimball, George W. 
King, Annie 



King, Bessie 

King, George H. 

King, Harrj' 

King, Laura K. . 
King, Laura M... 
King, Marie 



Barristers 

Farmer 

Branch bank mangr. 
Commercial ambas- 
sador 



Widow. 



Farmer. 
Widow. . 



Spinster, stenog'r. . . 
Manager, King Lum 

ber Co., Ltd 

Accountant 

Married 



King, Maude. 



King, Sydney 

King's College Visitors' Fund 

Kirk, D. Grant 

Kirk, Lavinia T 

*Kitchen, James, and Sutherland, Daniel, trust's* 



Widow 

Married 

Gentleman . 



Kitchin, Mary L. 
Kitchin, Mary P. 



Klingenfeld, Marie M. 



Klugh, Alice Hannah. 



Knight, Rev. Arthur Shawn. 
Knight, Joseph T 



Kohl, Edith L 

Laidlaw, Elizabeth Balfour. 



Lamb, Martha M. 



Lamy, James R 

Lamy, Mary O 

Lancaster, Helen Fanny. 

Langelier, Gustave A 



Langstroth, Bethiah H 

Langstroth, Julia S. .' 

Lathem, Rev. John, estate of. 
Lathem, Mary E., estate of . . . 



Merchant 

Married 

Postmaster; fre- 

tired 

Married 

Spinster 



Married. 



Spinster. 



Clergyman 

Ship broker and 
comm. merchant 

Widow 

Married 



Merchant. 
Married. . . 



Supt. of Experiment- 
al Sta 

Spinster 

Widow 



Law, Bowman B 

Law, Miss Winnie E 

Lawrence, Hattie Amelia. 



Lawrence, Henry. . 

Lawson, Elizabeth B. 



Lawson, Sarah M. 
Lawton, Eliza...,. 



Lawton, Sarah Ann. 



Lay ton, Anna M. 
Learmont, J. B. . , 



Merchant 

Spinster 

(Widow 

u 

Carpenter 

[Dressmaker. 

iSpinster 

Married 

Spinster 

Married 

Merchant 



104 East 8l8t St., New 
York, U.S.A 

35 Bedford Row, Halifax, 
N.S 



Second Falls, N.B.. 
Sydney Mines, N.S. 



1630 Hutchison St., Mont- 
real P Q 

143 South Park StV.Haii'- 
fax, N.S 

Oromocto, R.F.D. No. 1, 
N.B 

40 Board of Trade Bldg., 
Chicago, 111., U.S.A 

Chipman, N.B 



c|o King Bros., Ltd., Que- 
bec, P.Q 

1060 Fairmount Ave. , Mon 
treal, P.Q 

St. Pacome, Que 

Windsor, N.S , 

Antigonish, N.S 



Pictou, N.S 

River John, N.S 

8 Cumberland St., Boston, 
Mass, U.S.A 

2621 New Kirk Ave., Flat- 
bush, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
USA 

Duchy Court, Harrogate, 
England 

Stewartsville, N.J. , U.S.A 

Water St., St. John, N.B. 

297 Peel St., Montreal,P.Q 

Summerton, Castlenock, 
County Dublin, Ireland. 

25 Springfield Ave., West- 
mount, Que 

Amherst, N.S 



Wybunbury, Nantwich , 
Cheshire, Eng 



Cap Rouge, P.Q 

Hampton Sta., N.B 

Sussex, N.B 

Halifax, N.S 

313 Brunswick St., Hali- 
fax, N.S 

Yarmouth, N.S 



Carried forward. 

6—6^ 



152 Granville St., Halifax, 

N.S 

Port Daniel Centre, P.Q. . . 
124 Agricola St., Halifax, 

N.S 

97 Morris St. , Halifax, N.S. 
41 Milk St., Fitchburg, 

Mass., U.S.A 

61 Brussels St., St. John, 

N.B 

Truro, N.S 

30 McGregor St., Montre'l 

P.Q 



27,387 

8 

6 
46 



26 
4 
5 



13 

50 

2 

15 
4 

10 
7 
4 
5 

10 

5 

6 

43 

10 

12 

16 
2 

26 



11 

10 
1 

13 
50 

90 



2,738,700 

800 

600 
4,600 

300 

2,600 
400 
500 



1,300 

5,000 

200 

1,500 
400 

1,000 
700 
400 
500 

1,000 

500 

600 

4,300 

1,000 

1,200 

1,600 
200 

2,600 



1,100 

1,000 
100 

1,300 
5,000 

9,000 



23 

52 

8 


2,300 

5,200 

800 


12 


1,200 


8 
10 
20 

5 


800 
1,000 
2,000 

500 


6 
40 

8 


600 

4,000 

800 


22 
2 


2,200 
200 


11 
16 


1,100 
1,600 


1 


100 


3 
3 


300 
300 


16 


1,600 


28, 166 


2,816,600 



84 



DEPARTMENT OF FINA^'CE 

4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Brought forward 

Leavitt, Grace W., and A. Gordon Leavitt. 

LeBlanc. . . Alfred L 

LeBrun, John 

Leek, Martha 

Lee, Elizabeth Chipman 



Lee, Florence R 

Lee, Thomas Carleton. 



•Lefroy, E. B., andfLefroy, H. B., trustees. 
Lefurgey, Alfred A 



Lefurgey, Alfred A., exor. estate late J. E. Lefurgey 

Lefurgey, Havelock H 

LeMaistre, John LeBas 

LeMoine. Gaspard, Lavery J. I., and Casgrain. T 

Chase, exors. estate of late Alex. LeMoine 

*LeMoine, Henriette M., executor estate of late. . 
Leslie, Bertie 



Spinster, Sec. Bd . 
School Trustees. . 
Merchant 



Married. 
Spinster. 



Merchant. 



'Cashier, Toronto 
Mtge. Co.; tclerk 
Broker 



Post OflBce Address. 
Adresse. 



62SewellSt., JohnN.B... 

Wedgeport, N.S 

Arichat, N.S, 

Shubenacadie, N.S 

317 State St., Brooklyn, 

N.Y 

Bridegtown, N.S 

c|oW. H. Thome & Co., 

Ltd., St. John, N.B 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



13 Toronto, Toronto, Ont. 
837 Hastings West, Van- 
couver, B.C 



Leslie, Catherine L. . 
Lewin, J. D. Pollard. 



Levrin, Margaret C. 
Lewin, Percival L.. 



Lewis, Ethel Grace 

Lewis, Capt. Ernest H. 
Lewis, Mary K 



Lewis, W. J . . 
Likely, Frank J. 



Likely, Jos. A . 



Lindahl, Frederica L 



Lindsay, Emma F . 
Linton, J. F 



Little, David 

Livingston, Boyd Archibald. 
Lookwood, Marj' Elizabeth. , 
Logan, J. Herbert 



Logan, Jessie F 

Lombard, Joseph Howe 

Long, Edward, and Joanna Long. 
Long, Lydia A 



Longard, E. J., guardian of W. T. Longard. 



Longard, George E. 
Longard, John P. . . 



Longmaid, John Henry 



Longr^aid, Sophia 

Ix>ngw-orth, Charles H. B. 



Longworth, Geo. D., estate of 
Longworth, H. W 



Longworth, Mary CoUison. 

Longworth, May E 

Longworth, Minnie Mayne. 



Lordl.v, Elizabeth Allison. . . . 
Carried forward. 



Baker and grocer... 
Retired merchant.. 

'Merchant 



Widow . 



Barrister at law. 

Married 

Gentleman 



Spinster 

Imperial ser\ace. 
Music teacher 



Gentleman 

Treas. Jos. A. Like- 
ly, Ltd 



Summerside, P.E.I 

4 Bond St., Jersey, Eng. . . 

P. O. box 386, QuebecP.Q. 

114 Young Ave., Halifax, 

N.S 

Liverpool, N.S 

19 Market Sq., St. John, 

N.B 

St. John, N.B 

P. O. box 383, Schenectady 

N.Y., U.S. A 

Corstorphine, Ryde, I.W., 

Eng 

Corstorphine, Ryde, I.W., 

Eng 

c|o Dr. G. D. Dudman, 

Yarmouth, N.S 

Halifax, N.S 



Lumber and timber 
merchant 



Married . 



Widow 

Accountant. 

Farmer 



piaster 

Music teacher. 



Spinster 

Retired 

Farmer and wife. 
Married 



Comm. agt. 
broker 



and 



Gentleman 

Manufacturer . 



Mining engineer. 



Spinster. . 
Merchant . 



Merchant. 
Married . . 



Widow . 



Married . 



P.O. Box 20-5, St. 
N.B 



John, 



99 Marsh Rd., St. John, 

N.B 

14 Cleaves St., Roxbury 

Mass., U.S. A , 

Woodstock, N.B 

c|o Peterborough Lbr. 

Co., Peterborough, Ont. 

Apohaqui, N.B 

Clyde River, P.E.I 

Canning, N.S 

250 Gottingen St., Halifax, 

N.S 

P.O. Box 392, Pictou, N.S. 

Kentville, N.S 

Apohaqui, N.B 

P.O. Box 114, Fairville. 

N.B 



6-7 Bedford Chambers, 
Halifax, N.S 

117 Inglis St., Halifax, N.S 

213 HoUis St., Halifax 
N.S 

c]o Estabrook Steel Pen 
Mfg. Co., Camden, N.J. 

16 Queen St., St. John,N.B. 

215 Hillsboro St., Char- 
lottetown, P.E.I 

Charlottetown, P.E.I 

P.O. Box 267, Charlotte- 
town, P.E.I 

181 Fitzroy St., Charlotte- 
town, P.E.I 

96 Upper Prince St., Char 
lottetown, P.E.I 

Cor. Hillsboro and Fitz- 
roy Sts., Charlottetown, 
P.E.I 

Riverside, N.B 



28, 166 

8 

2 

40 

1 

10 
1 

1 

26 

9 

7 

5 

114 

25 
12 

12 
2 

46 
12 

52 

27 

27 

1 
112 



10 



100 

5 
5 

2 
1 

2 
8 

1 

3 

4 

30 



3 

80 



40 
7 

72 
48 

41 

2 

3 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



S 2,816,600 

800 

200 

4,000 

100 

1,000 
100 

100 

2,600 

900 

700 

500 

n.400 

2,500 
1,200 

1,200 

200 

4,600 
1.200 

5,200 

2,700 

2,700 

100 
11,200 

1,000 

10,000 

500 
500 

200 
100 
20C 
80C 

100 

300 

400 

3,000 

200 



300 
8,000 

900 

4,000 
700 

7,200 
4,800 

4,100 

200 

300 



29,205 



400 
500 



2,920,500 



.■s' H A A' A' no/.n E It y i\ cii \ ii t e u eh i m ;v a' s 



85 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Brought forward . 
Lordly, Georgia nna Gilmore. 



Lovett, Arthur A... 

Lowden, Georgina F. C. 



I.unam, Dr. Henry. 
Lundy, John J 



Lutwick, Graham K, 
Lutwiok, Mnfie D — 



Description. 



Married . 



Number 
Post Office Address. i of shares. 

Adre8.se. j Nombre 

; d'actions. 



Merchant. 
Spinster... 



Physician. 
Capitali.st. 



Civil engineer. 
Nurse 



Lyle, AUce Rebecca 

Lynch, Mary ' 

Lynch, Mary Edith L 

Lynch, Thos. Burton, adm. estate of 

Lynch, Thos. E. G.. executor 

L>-nch, Thos E. G., in trust for Edith G. L>-nch.. 
Lynch, Thos. E. G., in trust for Mary Nichols 

L ynch 

McAli ster, Isabella 

McArel, Catherine 

McArel, Mary 

McArel, Sarah 

McAvity. Ella E 



Widow. 
Married . 



Capitalist . 



McAvity, Thomas. 



McCabe, John A 

McCarthy, Tmothy, estate of. 

McClearn, Maiy Da\'ison 

McClelan, Hon. A. R 

McConnel, Mary Clare 



McCormick Albert Edward . 



McCormick, Chas. . 
McCormick, Edgar. 



McCormick, Emily C 

McCormick, Josie Edna. . . 
McCoy, Jessie W. Lawson. 



.\IcCray, JaneE. 



McCray, Thos. D 

McCullough, Elizabeth. 



McCurdy & Co., F. B 

McDonald, Allan J. Rev 

McDonald, Rev. Allan Jos., in trust 

McDonald, Rev. Allan J., guardian for Catherine 

M. McDonald 

McDonald, Arthur 

McDonald, George 



McDonald, Jessie Auld. 
.McDonald, NelUeK... 



McDonald, Thos. A 

McDougall, Mrs. Ellen, estate of. 



McDougall, Geo 

McDougall, Geo. C 

McDougall, John G., M.D. 
McElmon, Annie Eliza 



McElmon, Lorena Ethel. 



McElwaine, Samuel George. 
McEvoy, Margaret 



McEwen, Bessie 

McEwen, Harvey D. 
McFarlane, Helen. . . . 
McFarlane, Jeanie W. 



Carried forward . 



Married . 



Spinster. 
Married . 



Merchant . 
Retired . . . 



54 Celebration St., St. 

John, N.B 

7 William St., Halifax.N.S 
276 Jarvis St., Toronto, 

Ont 

Campbellton, N.B 

95 Hunter St. West, 

Peterborough, Ont 

Dartmouth, N.S 

447 West 59th St., New 

York, N.Y 

Bellisle, N.S 

Digby, N.S 



Shubenacadie, N.S. 
Digby, N.S 



Sussex, N.B 

Glace Bay, N.S. 



Married 

Retired merchant. 
Married 



Principal of Canning 
School 

Merchant 

Collector of Cus- 
toms 

Married 



Carvill Hall, Waterloo 
St., St. John, N.B 

192 King St., East, St.l 
John, N.B 

Canning, N.S 

Dorchester, N.B 

Liverpool, N.S 

Riverside, N.B 

c|o M. H. McConnel, "U" 
Battery R.H.A., Luck- 
now, India 



Widow . 



Married . 



Retired merchant.. 
Spinster 



Bankers and brokers 
Parish priest 



Retired banker. 
Merchant 



Widow . . 
Married . 

Farmer . . 



Retired 

Druggist 

Medical doctor. . . 
Spinster, teacher. 

Spinster 



Comm. & mfr. agt. 
Widow 



Married 

Mfr 

Married 

Teacher of manual 
training 



Canning, N.S 

Annapolis Royal, N.S. 



13 Powis Rd., Brighton, 

England 

clo Allan House, Halifax, 

N.S 



9 Hillside Ave., White 
Plams, N.Y., U.S.A.. 

Halifax, N.S 

Fort Augustus, P.E.I. . . 



St. John, N.B 

41 Hollv St., St. John, 
N.B 

Pictou, N.S 

108 Douglas Ave., St. John 
N.B 

Lome, N.S 

c|o Bishop's Palace, Char- 
lottetown, P.E.I 

New Glasgow, N.S 

Kentville, N.S 

Amherst, N.S 

1348 Robson St., Vancou- 
ver, B.C 

Oxford, N.S 



105 Union Ave., Montreal 
P.Q 

106 Trowbridge St., Cam- 
bridge, Mass 

Morrell, P.E.I 



Femwood, P.E.I . . . 
Nashwaaksis, N.B. 



30,149 

5 
24 

4 

30 

100 
10 

7 
5 
5 

66 
2 

80 
2 

1 
5 
3 

20 
6 

66 

120 

24 

6 

5 

24 



12 

5 
14 

4 
8 
5 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



12 
37 

9 
28 
12 

5 

3 
40 

4 
18 

4 
9 

3 

20 
10 
12 

1 
4 



10 

10 

2 

10 



« 3,014,900 

500 
2,400 

400 
3,000 

10,000 
1.000 

700 
500 
500 

6,600 
200 

8,000 
200 

100 
500 
300 
2,000 
600 

6,600 

12,000 

2,400 

600 

500 

2,400 



1,200 

500 
1,400 

400 
800 
500 

600 

1,200 
3,700 

900 
2,800 
1,200 

500 

300 
4,000 

400 
1,800 

400 
900 

300 
2,000 
1,000 
1,200 

100 
400 



500 

1,000 

1,000 

200 

1,000 

200 



30, 149 



3,014,900 



86 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 

Bank of Nova Scotia— Banque de la Nouvelle-Eccsse. 



Name. 
Norn. 



Brought forward . 
McFatridge, Winifred G 



McGillivray, Margaret Catherine 

McGlashen, Jean 

McGregor, Murdoch, M.D.', exrs.'estate of' 
McGregor, William H. . . 



Description. 



Spinster. 



McGregor Limited, J. D. and P. A 

McHardy, Alex 

Mclnnes, Hector 



Mclnnes, Hector, and Hattie, Robt. M., trustees 

Louise B. Gue 

•Mclnnes, Hector, and tHattie, RobV.M.; Vrlistees 
estate of T. R. Gue 



•Mclnnes, Hector, and tHattie, Robt. M., trustees 

Daisy Gue Hattie 

•Mclnnes, Hector, and fSmith, Mrs. Lucy K ' 
trustees ' 



Widow . . 
Married. 



Farmer. 



Merchants 

Bank officer 

Barrister at law. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



'Barrister at law; 
tAssociate Ed. 
JLaritime Mer- 
chant 



Mcintosh, Rev. Alex'r Duncan. 

Mcintosh, Anna 

Mcintosh, Bertha Farish .. 
Mcintosh, John R., M.D 



Mclntyre, Lizzie J. . 
Mclntyre, Nettie E. 



McKay, George C.. 

McKay, Isabel 

McKay, Mary Jane. 
McKay, Robt. M... 
McKay, William A. 
McKean, George 



McKee, J. A., estate of 

McKeen, John, in trust for the Officers' Mutual 
Guarantee & Savings Fund of the Bank of Nova 
bcotia 



•Barrister at law; 

tWidow 

Clergyman 

Widow 

Married 

Medical doctor... 



305 Tower Road, Halifax, 
N.S 

Williams Point, N.S 

Bridgeport, N.S 

Riverport, NS 

Lot 16, Prince Co., Mis- 
couche, P.E.I 

New Glasgow, N.S 

San Juan, Porto Rico 

35Bedford Row, Halifax 
N.S 

Halifax, N.S.— 35 Bedford 

Row..; 



Widow. 



Guide. . . . 
Spinster... 
Married.., 
Chemist.. 

Guide 

Merchant. 



McKenzie, George Isaac, exrs. estate of. 

McKenzie, Roderick, exrs. estate of 
McKinlay, Wm. Alex 



Branch bank mana- 
ger 



Souris, P.E.I 

VVestville, N.S 

Liverpool, N.S 

40 Coburg St., St. John 

N.B 

142 Charlotte St., St. 

John, N.B 

2052 Broad St., Regina, 

Sask 

Chaplin Road, N.B 

New Glasgow, N.S 



Chaplin Road, N.B 

Royal Bank Bldg., St. 

John, N.B 

c|o Dodds Medicine Co., 

Toronto, Ont 



McLachlin, Hugh F., estate of . 

McLaggan, Helen 

McLaughlin, Eliza 

McLaughlin, Frederick S . , ' and ' Clinton' H. ' Mc- 
Laughlin 



McLaunn, Barbara, estate of. 

McLaurin, Eliza Jane 

McLean, Addie M 

McLean, Calvin Stowe. ...... 



McLean, Charlotte W. 



Bank officer . 

Widow 

it 

Merchants... 



McLean, Duncan. 
McLean, Eliza 



McLean, John William, M D 

McLellan, A.J 

McLellan^ Rev. Gregory J.; 'in trust 'for St. Dun- 

stan s College 

McLellan, John M 

McLennan, Sophia C. 

•McLeod, Colin, and, tMacKay," Donald wV, Vrus- 

tees Gorham estate 

McLeod, H.C 

McLeod, John ..', 

McLeod, Mary Jobinah, . . . .......'. 



Widow 

Civil engineer 

Spinster 



Halifax, N.S 

52 Edson St., Dorchester, 

Mass 

Pictou, N.S 

c|o Royal Bank of Can., 

San Juan, P.R 

Arnprior, Ont 

Chatham, N.B 

Welland, Ont 



School teacher. 
Widow 



Physician. 
Merchant. 



Clergyman. 
Victualer. . . 
Widow 



Seal Cove, Grand Manan, 

N.B 

Charlottetown, P.E.I 

P.O. Box 25, St. John, N.B 
P.O. Box 192, Germiston 

Transvaal 

121 Union St., St. John, 

N.B 

Glenville, N.S 

62 Princess St., St. John. 

N.B 

North Svdney, N.S.. . 
Richmond, P.E.I 

Charlottetown, P.E.I 

Lower Truro, N.S 

Dartmouth. N.S 



Merchant; t mer- 
chant tailor 

Retired 

Merchant 

Widow 



Carried forward . 



Brooklyn, N.S 

Toronto, Ont 

North Sydney, N.S. 
Grand Pr6, N.S 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



30, 149 

1 

2 

5 

41 

10 
247 
. 1 

233 

20 



50 
20 

32 
6 

4 
4 

74 

7 



o 
15 
72 
20 

2 

15 
166 



476 



100 

5 

82 

62 

5 



14 
5 

22 
4 

19 

3 
1 

15 

5 
3 

12 

25 

5 



38 

8 

10 

15 



Amount. 
Paid. 

Montant 
payg. 



S 3,014,900 

100 

200 

5oO 

4,100 

1,000 

24,700 

100 

23,300 

2,000 



5,000 
2,000 

3,200 
600 
400 
400 

7,400 

700 

600 

500 

1,500 

7,200 

2,000 

200 

1,500 

16,600 



47,600 

800 
10,000 

500 
8,200 
6,200 

500 



1,400 
500 

2,200 
400 

1,900 

300 
100 

•1,500 
500 
300 

1,200 

2,500 

500 



3,800 

800 

1.000 

1,500 



32, 149 



3,214,900 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 



87 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



Name. 

Nom. 



Brought forward . 
McLeod, Roderick 



McMaster, Wm . 



McMechan, Annie G 

McMonagle, Hugh R., and J. E. McMonagle. 
McMulkin, John Willard 



McNab, Ellen. 



McNeil, Capt. A. J. 
McNeil, Frank H.. 
McNeil, Gilbert A. 



McNeil, Henry B. . 
McNeil, James P. . . 

McNeil, Janet A 

McNeill, Chas. C. . 
McNichol, Mary L. 



McPhail, Agnes, estate of. 
McPhail, Edmund Q 



McRae, R. D., estate of. . 
McSweeney, Beatrice L. . . 

McVey, JohnT 

Macdonald, A. G 

Macdonald, Adelia Pineo. 



MacDonald, Annie. . 
Macdonald, Annie S. 



Macdonald, Rev. Dugald, M. 
Macdonald, E. L 



Macdonald, Helen A. 



Macdonald, James 

Macdonald, John K 

Macdonald, Margaret Caroline. 



Macdonald, William Huntley, M.D. 

Macfarlane, Ann, exrx. estate of 

MacGarvey, Mary 

MacGregor, Laura McN 

MacGregor, Robert M 

Maclnnes, George E 



Maclnnes, J. A. 



Maclnnes, Mabel S. 
Maclnnes, W. R 



Maclnnes, & Son, Ltd., John 

Macintyre, Emma E. A 

Mackay, Annie, in trust for Roderick Mackay. 



Description. 



Gold miner. 



Pres. Can. Explo- 
plosives. Ltd 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



3 Williams 
N.S 



St., Halifax, 



Number 
ofshares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Widow 

Farmer and wife. . . . 
Lbr. man and con- 
tractor 

Spinster 



clo Canadian Explosives 

Ltd., Transportation 

Bldg., Montreal, Que — 

364 King St., London, Ont 

Sussex Corner, N.B 



Trader 

Contractor. 
Manager 



Clerk 

Salesman .... 

Widow 

Lumberman. 
Widow 



Gentleman. 



Widow 

Farmer 

Bank officer. 
Widow 



Married. 
Clerk.... 



Clergyman 

Hotel manager. 

Married 



Upper Gagetown, N.B. . 

92 Birmngham St., Hali- 
fax, N.S 

Glace Bay, N.S 

New Glasgow, N.S 

336 Broadway, Winnipeg, 
Man 

New Glasgow, N.S 



Trader 

Merchant. 
Widow 



Mac Kay, George W 

Mackay, Norman E., M.D. 



Mackay, Susan Rankin. 
MacKay, W. Malcolm. . 



MacKenzie, Mary 

MacKenzie, May Tremain. 
MacLaren, Murray, M.D. . 



Maclean, John S., exrs. estate of. 
Carried forward 



Surgeon. 



Widow 

Married . . . 
Merchant . 



Oxford, N.S 

74 Elliott Row, St. John, 

N.B 

52 Edson St., Dorchester, 

Mass 

52 Edson St., Dorchester, 

Mass 

Harbor Grace, Nfld 

Moncton, N.B 

North Station, N.B 

Winnipeg, Man 

11 Carleton St., Halifax, 

N.S 

119 East 20th St., New 

York, N.Y 

58 W. Rutland Sq., Bos- 
ton, Mass., U.S. A 

Tignish, P.E.I 

Halifax Hotel, Halifax, 

N.S 

265 Charlotte St., St. 

John, N.B 

West Bay, N.S 

Whycocomagh, N.S 

c|o Dr. Andrew M. Flynn, 

3802 Thompson Ave., 

Tacoma, Wash 

Antigonish, N.S 

Minudie, N.S 

Cassadaga, Florida 

New Glasgow, N.S 



Contractor 
builder. . . 



and 



Widow 

Ins. and 
broker... 



Invest. 



Contractors and Lbr 

merchants 

Married 



School teacher . 



Mechanical engineer 
Surgeon 



Married 

Lbr. merchant. 



Widow . . 
Married . 
Surgeon . 



77 Young Ave., Halifax, 
N.S 



87 Young Ave., Halifax, 

N.S 

Mineville, N.S 



151 Hollis 
N.S 



St., Halifax, 



Halifax, N.S 

250 Rockland Road, 

John, N.B 

Pictou, N.S 



St. 



New Glasgow, N. S 

309 Pleasant St., Halifax, 

N.S 

71 Orange St., St. John 

N.B 

Robinson Bldg., Market 

Sq., St. John, N.B 

King St., Dartmouth, N.S 

Mulgrave, N.S 

75 Coburg St., St. John, 

N.B 

Halifax, N.S 



32, 149 

26 



37 
8 
3 



9 

50 

3 

1 
5 
9 
50 
2 

12 

12 

30 
6 
9 
1 
2 

11 

3 

15 

8 



2 
25 
10 



16 
10 
20 
32 
11 
5 

10 



29 
10 



76 
18 

3 

4 

20 

100 

16 

482 

4 

40 

20 
140 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
payfe. 



33,578 



$3,214,900 
2,600 



3,700 
800 
300 

800 

900 

5,000 

300 

100 
500 
900 
5,000 
200 

1,200 

1,200 

3,000 
600 
900 
100 
200 

1,100 

300 

1,.500 
800 

600 

200 
2,500 
1,000 



16,00 
1,000 
2,000 
3,200 
1,100 
500 

1,000 



2,900 
1,000 



7,600 
1,800 

300 

400 

2,000 

10,000 

1,600 

48,200 

400 

4,000 

2,000- 
14,000 



3,357.800 



88 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Ar GEORGE v., A. 1914 

Bank of Nova Scotia-Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 




Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares . 

Nombre 
d'actions 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
payfe. 



.M.=L.„..'='.!S?L^..'o..T.o...«..... 
of Mrs. Clara Primrose 



33.578 $3,357,800 



;=a....S>-S?r^'^^:.''"; 



iiaiil:!=.s?^Mfc^" 



* Retired 
tBarriste 

Gentleman | Edmonton, Alta 



ptal 

Macleod, B. Brodie. 



Macleod, Edith J. 



Macleod, Melinda 

MacMillan, Catherine 

MacNab! Jot.trustee for A.' E.' Brownfield and 

J. C. Kent...... 

MacNutt, Francis L 



Spinsler 

1 Widow 1,63 



Belmont, Downhill, Glas-| 
gow, Scotland..... ■■•.• •, 
Ic/o Thos. Cook & Son, 
Place de 1' Opera, Paris, 

i France • 

Francis Ave., Oam- 
, bridge. Mass...... ■;••■• 

75 Hillsboro St., Char- 

■ i lottetown, P-E.I ■ ■ • • • • • • 

. Ip.O. Box 702, Hahfax.N.S. 



Macpherson, Catherine 

MacQuarrie, Jas. C, and MacQuarrie, Catherine. . 



Macaloney, Harvey ".....-- 

^^^"^^"•'■^ ..Married Summerside: RE.I. . 



Gentleman.. 

Merchant..::::::::: 9 pnebar St Charlottell 

town, P.iii.i • ■••:•• •,■ • • 
w^„„, P O. Box 545, Charlotte- 
WidoN^ 'town, P.E.I 

£Sr:::::::;'ii;sSf3;&;D»».,. 

Pn -to ■ 



Mackie, May^B ::::::::::: iBranch bank mgr 

Publisher; fmgr. 
Trust Co., Mont- 



Mackie, W. H 

ackinlay, ^. , „, . 
Mrs. G. Maud Chipman 



Mactolay, Andrew, and^tStair^ H. B., t^^^^^^j-p^blishe^r; tmgrr^E.' 



Mackinlay, Chas. Henry. 



St. 



Mackintosh, Minnie E^. ; 

Mackintosh &Co., J. V 

Maddison, Esther Annie , 

Merchant 

Magee, Fred . Spinster. . 

Magee, Julia A 



, n=i-137 Granville 

'^^^ 1 Hlliiax.N.S....^...... 

Merchant IS^/™"^^':'. ^'''^": 

Married Oxford ^.S. ■••i 

|-^-k-V.V;;:;i^Wa^Rd:.- Toronto. 

Ont ■ • 

Port Elgin, N.B... ...-■■ 

214 Maine St.. St. John,] 

N.B -. 

St. John, N.B ^ 

Married '47 Rosemont Ave.. W^t- 

mount, 1 .m ■ • • • • • ■■ ; , 
Merchant '403,81. Paul St-. Montreal, 

Mnrripd Glen Margaret. N.S. ..^■- \ 

Mahon. Lilian H ■■••■• ^,amed_.^ ll.arrv's River. N.S.. . ...^. 

Mahoney. F. A • ' " 

Mahony , Joanna 



l^.: ^S^E:^di^:^s'and Mrs: M: H. Gibb 
Carsley, treas 

Magor, John Harold 



SeT' :::::il'8'"Uun;ton row. st. 

^P'"^*®"^ I John, N.B -■•••;•■ 

'q rnlleee St., Toronto, 
Surgeon ,9 College ot , 



Ont. 



Malloch, Wm. J. O., M.D |^^_^^^^ I ApVhaqui, N B.- 
Manchester, Emma ::::::::::: : | Retired merchant. ■ If *-^°^"^„\ve.;" Toronto: 

Manchester, James Married j28 Nanton Ave., 

Mannl„..»l.ri«S. _^ ^^^ ItSSUVO* 

Marks, Maude W. 

Marshall, James A 



10 
3 
1 

3 

25 

5 

10 

25 
190 

60 



10 



Spinster — 
Contractor . 



Halifax, N.S 

St. Stephen, N.B. 

76 Victoria Rd.. naiuax, 

, Retired Z^^^Tv'^'^ : : : : 

Marsten, Abram J Lbr. merchant Warden. fM | 

Marston. Reuben S. . . .- • • • ■ • ■ • • ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ' ; Qneof His Majesty si gj^ King 

Masten.C.A Counsel [gt Toronto, Ont 

, , , Retired merchant. . ■ ll-^^^i^f I^e.!" Mont- 

Matheson. Joseph^ .. Machinist iSaO ^''^'??" ' 

Matheson, Wm. D real. P.y 



6 
4 

18 
5 



68 

21 
1 

27 

12 
10 

2 
13 



10 
5 

32 

7 

12 

15 

5 

1 

291 

4 

82 
22 
17 

3 

4 
100 



1,000 
300 
100 

300 

2,500 

500 

1,000 

2,500 
19,000 

6.000 

200 

1.000 



600 
400 

1,800 
500 
800 



10 
52 

1 



Carried fornmrd 



34,799 



6,800 

2,100 

100 

2,700 

1,200 
1,000 

200 
1,300 



900 

1,000 
500 

3,200' 

- 700 

1,200 

1,500 

500 

100 

29,100 

400 
8,200 
2,200 
1,700 

300 

400 

10,000 



1,000 
5,200 

100 



3.479,900 



811 ARKHOLn EL'S l\ VII A in I.UKIi BANKS 



89 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



Name. 
Nom. 


Description. 


Post Office Address. 
Adrcsse. 


Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 


Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 


RrniipKt. forward 






34,799 

6 

12 
200 

25 

62 

1 

10 
23 

4 
5 
9 

7 

27 
5 

48 

20 

2 

62 

10 

50 
36 
10 

2 

81 
3 

1 

65 

1 

8 
4 
4 
1 
6 

9 

28 

8 

20 

4 

165 

27 

6 

21 

23 

7 
10 

2 


$3,479,900 


VfathRWR Jamps 


Printer 


Bank of Nova Scotia, To- 
ronto, Ont 






Spinster 


600 


Mitthftw Jpsaip 


275 De I'Epee Ave., Outre- 
mont, P.Q 






(Not known) 

Real estate broker. . 

Merchant 

Spinster 


1,200 




W.St. John, N.B 


20,000 


Mayhew, R. W 


SI 6 1st St. West.. Calgary, 
Alta 






2.500 




40 Board of Trade Bldg., 
Chicago, Illinois 

c/'o Bank of Australasia, 
Wellington, New Zea- 
land 




Medley. Adela CM 


6,200 




100 


Meikle Rirhiird estate of . 


New Glasgow, N.S 

54 Orange St., St.' John', 
N.B 


1,000 


Meikle. Ruth 


Widow 


2,300 


Melrose. A R . trustee 


Merchant 

Widow 






400 


Melvill Elizabeth 


St. John's, Nfld 


500 




11 


St. Stephen, N.B 


900 


Meredith, E. G 


Estate agent and 
notary public 

Married 


46 Dalhouaie St., Quebec, 
P.Q 






700 


Merrill. Ellen Frothineham 


91 Orange St., St. John, 
N.B 






2,700 




St. John, N.B 


500 


Methodist Church Superaumerary Fund of the 




ii 


4.800 


Newhum Svdnpv C, 


Barrister at law 

Spinster 

Shipowner 

Married 

Manufacturer 

Physician 

Widow 

Spinster 

Manufacturer 

Spinster 

Married 

Mechanic and far- 


Hamilton, Ont 


2,000 




St. Stephen, N.B 


200 


Milburn, Chas. Thomas 


130 Fenchurch St., Lon- 
don, E.C., England 

158 Douglas Ave., St. 
John, N.B 




Miller, Bertha 


6,200 




1,000 


Miller. Chas 


P.O. Box 231, St. John, 
N B 






5,000 




New Glasgow, N.S 

P.O Box 483, NewGlaa- 
gow, N S .... 


3,600 


Miller, Christy A 


1,000 


Miller, Clarinda 






200 


Miller, Harry 


158 Douglas Ave., St. 
John, N.B 






8,100 


Miller, Jennie 


New Glasgow, N.S 

Chester, N.S 


300 




100 


Miller, P A 


Merigomishe, N.S 

Hiram, N.B 




Miller, Pearl A 


mer 

Spinster 

Widow 

Merchant 

Married 

Clergyman 


6.500 
100 


Millett, Alice G 


100 Fargo Ave., Buffalo, 
N.Y 






800 


Millett, Da%'id H 


235 Brunswick Ave., Hali- 
fax, N.S 






400 


Millett. Mary E 


235 Brunswick Ave., Hali- 
fax, N S 






400 


Millidge, Rev. James W 


38 Cranston Ave., St. John, 
N.B 






Married 


100 


Millidge, Katherine D .... 


38 Cranston Ave., St. John, 
N.B 






Spinster 


600 


Millidge, Sarah E , 


414 Broadway Court, Win- 
nipeg, Man 






900 




St. John, N.B 


. 2,800 


Millisran. Robert estate of 






800 


Mills. Josie H 


Married 

Sec. Lord's Day Al- 
liance 


Annapolis Royal, N.S. — 

412 Bourgeois St., Point 
St. Charles, Montreal, 
P.Q 


2,000 


Mingie, Rev. Geo. W . 






400 


Ministers' Widows and Orphans Fund in the Mari- 
time Provinces of the Presbj-terian Church in 


Halifax, N.S 


16,500 


Missionarv Societv of the Methodist Church 




33 Richmond St. West, 
Toronto, Ont 






Collector of customs 

n 

Merchant 

Widow 

Married 

It 


2,700 


Mitchell Archibald S 


Halifax, N.S 


600 


Mitohpn \rrhibald S in trust 




2,100 


Mitchell, G. McG., and Pryor, E. J., trustees Mrs. 
I B Pryor . . . 


l{ 


2,300 


Mitchell, Ida May 


6 Rhuland St., Halifax, 
N.S 






700 


Mitchell Marv Gpraldine 


Halifax, N.S 


, 1,000 




60 Spring Garden Rd., 
Halifax, N S 






200 








Carried forward 


35,939 


3,593,900 



90 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Brought forward. 
Mitchell, Sophia A., trustee. . . 



Mitchell, Sophia A., in trust for M. G. Bumyeat. 



Mockler, Patrick. 
Moffatt, Eliza... 



Monro, Kat« S 

Monro, Kate S., in trust. 
Monroe, Daniel 



Montreal Trust Co 

Montreal Trust Co. and W. B. Ross, exrs. estate 

C. O. Stewart 

Moody, Catharine L 

Moody, Percivale Sadleir 



Moore, Rev. F. W., exrs. estate of . 



Moore, Helen Marie. 
Moore, Sarah C 



Married. 



Farmer . 
Married. 

Widow.. 



Retired mfr. 
Trust Co 



Widow 

Bank officer. 



Moran, Hannah . . 
Moren, Emily A. 



Moren, Martha E Widow 



Spinster. 

Married, 

Widow. . 

Spinster. 



Morris, Cyrus Farmer 

Morris, Edwin A Gentleman. 

Morrb, Ellen Amelia Married 

Morris, Ellen A., in trust for Eleanor Sophia Morris " 



Morris, Lucy, errx. estate of W. T. Morris. 

Morrisey , Capt. George 

Morrison, Emily 



Widow. . 
Captain . 
Widow. . 



*Widow; tnaerchant 
Medical doctor 



Morrison, Jessie H 

'Morrison, Mrs. Jessie H., andfStewart L. Morri- 
son, exrs. estate Frank I. Morrison 

Morrison, Dr John Charles 

Morrison, Lydia |Married 

Morrison, Mary T I " 

Morrison, Murdock D., M.D I Physician and sur 

j geon 

Morrissey, Michael Printer 

*Morrow, Marion L., exrx., and Morrow, H.' 

Mervyn, executor ,*Widow 



Morse, Cordelia V. 
Morse, Emma R. . . 



Moses, John R 

Mott, Henry Louis. 



Mowat, Alexander 

Mowat, John 

Mungall, M. Laura 

Munro, A. D 

Munro, Ernest Eraser 

Munro, John C 

Munro, N. Margaret 

Munro, N Margaret, in trust. 

Murchie, Fred. M 

Murphy, Chas. W., estate of. . 

Murphy, Jessie M 

Murphy, John E 



Murphy, Mary. 



Carried forward. 



Married . 
Widow. . 



Merchant 

Teacher of music 

Fishery officer 

Branch bank mgr. . . 

Married 

Retired 

Merchant 



Married... 
Merchant . 



Clerk — spinster 

Master mariner, re- 
tired 

Widow 



60 Spring Garden Rd., 

Halifax, N.S 

60 Spring Garden Rd., 

Halifax, N.S 

Brule, N.S 

Ballvlickie, The Park, 

Fernie, B.C 

54 Morningside Ave. East, 

New York, N.Y 

54 Morningside Ave. East, 

New York, N.Y 

203 Gower St., St. John's 

Nfld 

Halifax, N.S 



Yarmouth, N.S 

4 Christ Church Rd., Sur- 

biton, England 

285 Kent St., Charlotte 

town, P.E.I 

Wolfville, N.S 

211 Germain St., St. John, 

N.B 

62 Rosemont Ave., West- 
mount, Que 

c/o Andrew Mackinlay, 

Granville St., Halifax, 

N.S 

271 Tower Rd., Halifax, 

N.S 

Granville, P.E.I 

68 Garden St., St. John, 

N.B 

The Rextory, Middleton, 

N.S 

The Rectory, Middleton, 

N.S 

74 Victoria Rd., Halifax, 

N.S 

Moore Lane House, Wilm- 

slow, Cheshire, Eng 

15 Harold Park, Roxbury, 

Mass., U.S. A 

Fredericton, N.B 



New Waterford, N.S 

P.O. Box 444, Pictou, N.S. 
New Waterford, N.S 



Dominion, N.S 

Prince Albert, Sask. 



99 Morrow St., Halifax, 

N.S 

Digby, N.S 

W. Farnan Apt., Omaha, 

Neb 

North Head, Grand Man- 

an, N.B 

62 Barrington St., Halifax, 

N.S 

Campbellton, N.B 

Pictou, N.S 

St. Stephen, N.B 

Westmount, Que 

Margaree Harbor, N.S — 

We'stmount, Que 



St. Stephen, N.B 

Yarmouth, N.S 

Dominion St., Truro, N.S. 

Yarmouth, N.S 

106 Dresden Rd., Halifax, 
N.S 



35,939 

39 

28 
200 

28 

3 

2 

30 
300 

3 
13 



12 
16 



21 
21 



15 


1,500 


16 


1,600 


16 


1,600 


2 


200 


31 


3,100 


1 


100 


16 


1,600 


6 


600 


8 


800 


3 


300 


10 


1,000 


5 


500 


10 


1,000 


3 


300 


45 


4,500 


3 


300 


42 


4,200 


3 


300 


10 


1,000 


2 


200 


1 


100 


12 


1,200 


5 


500 


2 


200 


184 


18,400 


4 


400 


10 


1,000 


73 


7,300 


22 


2,200 


9 


900 


20 


2,000 


3 


300 


5 


500 


26 


2,600 


37,284 


3.72S.400 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 



91 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Notnbre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



Brought forward . 

Murray, Anna H. S 

Murray, Christopher 

Murray, E. S. Ranney 

Murray, Edwin 

Murray, Florence E 



Murray, Hon. Geo. H. 
Murray, I. Louisa 



Produce merchant . . 
Spinster 



Provincial treasurer. 
Spinster 



Murray, James B 

Murray, Jane 

•Murray, Jessie B., and tMabel E. Dodge, exrcs. 



Murray, John 

Murray, Margaret — 
Murray, Margaret O . 

Murray, Maria G — 



Murray, Robert. 
Murray, Robert. 



Murray, W. Parkyn 

Musson, Georgina Wyatt . . 
Narraway, Hannah Mary, 
National Trust Co., Ltd. . 
Neales, Elizabeth 



Neelin, J. M... 
Nelson, Adam. 



Newcombe, John A 

Newfoundland Manufacturers Accident Mutual In 
surance Association, Ltd 



Married ]Pictou, N.S 

Gentleman Chester Villa, Shanklin, 

Isle of Wight, Eng 

Manufacturer 1254 Douglas Ave., St. 

John, N.B 

13 New Gower St., St. 

John's 

254 Douglas Ave., St. 

John, N.B 

Halifax, N.S 

170 Douglas Ave., St. 

John, N.B 

Retired I Waterville, N.S 

Widow I P.O. Box 335, Pictou, N.S. 

'Widow; fmarried. . 8 Summer St., Halifax, 

N.S 

Merchant Springhill, N.S 

Spinster Toney Mills, N.S 

" 170 Douglas Ave., St. 

I John, N.B 

" 170 Douglas Ave., St. 

John, N.B 

Locomotive engineer Springhill, N.S 

Merchant McKay St. , New Glasgow 

i N.S 

Pres. Murray-Kay, 

Ltd : Toronto, Ont 

New Hope, Brown's Town 

Jamaica, W.I 

40 Orange St., St. John, 

. N.B 

Trust Co 22 King St. East, Toronto, 

Ont 

Widow 1 4 Peter's St., St. John 

N.B 

Gentleman ! Port Arthur, Ont 

Retired [c/o King Edward Hotel 

i Toronto, Ont 

! Canning, N.S 



Married . 
Widow. 



Nichols, Geo.E.E 

Nickerson, John S., estate of. 



Noble, Janet C 

Nolen, Anna Margaret. 



Nolen, John P 

Nolen, Mary Elizabeth 

Norris, James 

Norris, James, in trust for Jas. Dougan Norris. 



North British Society. 
Noyes, Annie Wells 



Noyes, Catharine, estate of. 
Noyes, Mary Wells 



Oakleaf , John Eric 

O'Brien, Bella 

O'Brien, Everett A., in trust. 
O'Brien, Richard 



O'Bryan, Jos. S 

Odell, EllaW 

Odell, Ella W., Odell, Fanny E., and Odell, Mary 

K 

Odell, Fanny E 

O'Dell, Mary E 



Odell, Mary K 

O'Flynn, Frederick William. 



Carried forward. 



Imperial contractor. 

Spinster 

Grain merchant 



Ins. Co c/o Morison & Hunt, St . 

John's, Nfld 

Barrister at law 48 Granville St., Halifax, 

N.S 

175 Wright St., St. John, 

N.B 

Spinster |New Glasgow, N.S 

44 Quinpool Rd., Halifax, 

N.S 

44 Quinpool Rd., Halifax, 

N.S 

44 Quinpool Rd., Halifax, 

N.S 

40 Board of Trade Bldg., 

Chicago, 111 

40 Board of Trade Bldg., 

Chicago, 111 

Halifax, N.S 

Married |1014 Royal Ins. Bldg., 

Chicago, 111 

jSt. John, N.B 

Married 1014 Roj-al Ins. Bldg., 

Chicago, 111 

Locomotive engineer Dalhousie, N.B 

Spinster INoel, N.S 

Merchant ! " 

Journalist 143 Prince William St., 

St. John, N.B 

Asst. postmaster Halifax, N.S 

Spinster 34 Tobin St., Halifax, N.S. 

Spinsters 

Spinster 

Widow [77 Lansdowne Place, Hove 

Sussex, Eng 

Spinster l34 Tobin St., Halifax, N.S. 

Retired banker 1299 Avenue Rd., Toronto, 

Ont 



37,284 
33 

12 

12 

10 

3 

100 

43 
55 

7 

16 

32 

1 

28 

28 
7 

7 

82 

1 

2 

300 

4 
100 

51 
5 

12 

90 

8 
1 

32 

54 

42 

120 

21 
12 

3 
13 

3 

2 

10 

12 

6 
20 
33 

202 
39 

15 
36 

12 



39,021 



$3,728,400 
3,300 

1,200 

1,200 

1,000 

300 
10,000 

4,300 

5,500 

700 

1,600 

3,200 

100 

2,800 

2,800 
700 

700 

8,200 

100 

200 

30,000 

400 
10,000 

5,100 
500 

1,200 

9.000 

800 
100 

3,200 

5,400 

4,200 

12,000 

2,100 
1,200 

300 
1,300 

300 

200 

1,000 

1,200 

600 
2,000 
3,300 

20,200 
3,900 

1,500 
3,600 

1,200 



3,902,100 



92 



DEFARTMEXT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 
Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de ia Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Brought forward . 

O'Halloran, Catherine C 

O'HoUoran, Eliza C 

O'Halloran, Mary EC 



O'Leary, Cornelius, and John O'Leary. 

O'Leary, John 

Old Ladies Home 

Oldright, R. Gertrude 



O'Neill, James, in trust 
Orman, Rev. George. . . . 



Osborne, Henrietta L. . 

Outhit, C. W 

Owen, Mary R. Green. 



Owen, Wm. H 

Oxley, Affie Morrison. 



Oxley, Col. Fred. H 

Oxley, Col. Fred. H., exr 

*Oxley, F. H., and tC. S. N. Strickland, trustees 



Oxley, Janet G . . 
Paddon, John A 



Paisley, Louise F 

Pallister, W. H., exrs. estate of. 
Palm, Eliza 



Palmer, Florence M., in trust for Jean Tilford 
Palmer 



Palmer, Florence M., in trust for Morse Chase 
Palmer 



Palmer, Geo. Frederick. 
Palmeter, Louisa H. L. . 



Parker, Edward F 

Parker, F. G., exrs. estate of. 

Parker, Fanny Aline 

Parker, Fanny Holmes 



Parker, Wm. Frederick. 
Paterson, Alexander P. . 

Paton, Jane 

Patterson, Douglas A . . , 

Patterson, Isabell 

Paul, Sophia Louisa 



Spinster. 



Retired farmer. 



Widow . 



Merchant. . . 
Clergyman. 

Married 

Merchant . . . 

Married 



Barrister at law. 
Spinster 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



82 Great George St., Char- 
lottetown, P.E.I 

82 Great George St., Char- 
lottetown, P.E.I 

82 Great George St.,Char- 
lottetown, P.E.I 

Norton, N.B 



Chartered acct. 



'Chartered acct.fre- 

tired 

Married 

Branch bank mgr. . . 

Widow .>.>.^ 



Civil engineer. 

Widow 

Merchant 



Halifax, N.S 

c/o H. H. BUgh, 427 Gil- 
mour St., Ottawa, Ont.. 

St. George, N.B 

Methodist Parsonage, 
Cornwall, P.E.I 

120 Aberdeen Ave., Ham- 
ilton, Ont 

112 Barrington St., Hali- 
fax, N.S 

20 Oxford St., Halifax, 
N.S 

Bridgewater, N.S 

c/o Col. Fred. H. Oxley, 
Keith Bldg., Halifax, 
N.S 

Keith Bldg., Halifax, N.S 



Halifax, N.S 

c/o Bk. Montreal, 

John's, Nfld 

Sackville, N.B 

Halifax, N.S 

182 Robie St., Halifax 

N.S 



St. 



■ill South 40th St., Oma- 
ha, Neb 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Spinster . 
Widow . . 



Barrister at law. 

Merchant 

Spinster 



Payne, Margaret J. H. 
Payzant, Emily M . . . . 



Payzant, John Y 

Payzant, John Y., trustee Mrs. Frances Miller 

Payzant, John Y., trustee Alice M. K. Purvis 

Payzant, John T., trustee Mrs. Louise Short 

Payzant, John Y., trustee Mary Sawyer 

Payzant, John Y., and Edmund P. Allison, intrust 

for Florence Louise Black 

Payzant, John Y., and Chas. Archibald, in trust 

for Officers' Pension Fund of the Bank, of Nova 

Scotia 

Payzant, John Y.,andEatern Trust Co., trustees 

Mather est 



Carried forward . 



Gen. supt. of coal 

mines 

Married 



Widow. . 
Married . 



Barrister at law 



411 South 40th St., Oma 

ha. Neb 

c/o Norton Griffith & Co., 

Ltd., E. St. John, N.B.. 
c/o A. Bowser, Grand Pre, 

N.S 

Yarmouth, N.S 

Halifax, N.S 

Dartmouth, N.S 

Pleasant St., Dartmouth, 

N.S 

Wolfville, N.S 



c/o Baird & Peters, Ltd., 
St. John, N.B 

55 Castle Frank Rd., To 
ronto, Ont 



Norton, Va., U.S.A 

61 Davenport St., Detroit, 

Mich., U.S.A 

Springfield, Old Carleton, 

Kent, England 

Fredericton, N.B 

61 O.xford St., Halifax, 

N.S 

Halifax, N.S 



39,021 

6 

6 

6 

3 

4 

62 

2 
50 

4 

37 

165 

15 
14 



6 

16 
10 

12 
5 

7 

1 

160 



40 

2 

7 

98 

14 

96 
18 



1 

10 
2 



8 
13 

11 
737 
33 
54 
5 
29 

80 



458 
25 



41,. 364 



$ 3,902,100 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 



93 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecos.se. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

I Nombre 
d'actions. 



Brought forward 

Payzant, John Y.,and Eastern Trust Co., in tnist 
for Alice M. Thome 

Payzant, John V., and Eastern Trust Co , trustees 
SirWm. Young Charitable& Benevolent Fund. . 

Payzant, John Y., Gerald B. Ternan and Kobt. 
E. Harris, trustees for Mrs. Mary Ternan 

Payzant, Leard D 

Pavzant , W. L 

Payzant, W. L., Eastern Trust Co. and J W. Y. 
Smith, trustees estate J. VV. Young 

Payzant & Son, John Y., for Mrs. Sophia A Board- 
man 

Payzant & Son, John Y., for Mrs. Beatrice E: 
Smythe 

Pearman, Dr. H. V 



Barrister at Ian- 



Bank officer 

Barri.ster at law. 



Toronto, Ont. . 
Halifax, N.S. 



Pearman, Lionel G. 



Physician. 
Student 



Pearman, Sarah Spencer, and Pearman, Florencel 
Olivia, trustees [Spinsters. 



Peat, Sir William Barclav Chartered Acct. . 



Perkins, Sarah E . . . . 

Perrin, Frederick 

Petere, Ada M 

Peters, Elizabeth A . 
Peters, Florence A . . 



Peters, Frederick H. 
Peters, I. Grace 



Peters, trust€es I. Grace. 
Peters, John G 



Widow 

Gentleman 

Clerk, spinster. 
Spinster 



School teacher, spin- 
ster 



Civil engineer. 

Married 



Petherbridge, Mary Dalzell. 



Pethick, H. S 

Phillips, Lucy Ann, estate of 

Phillips, Mabel, guardian Arthur Clarence Edge- 
combe 



Phillips, Mabel, guardian F. Allsison Edgecombe. 



Pickels, Sarah A 

Pickf ord, Emeline 

Pickford, Robt 

Pickford & Black, Limited 

Pickup, Helen L 

Pickup, L. E. L [Married 

Pickup, Samuel W. W ! Merchant 

Picot, Emma Freida (Married. . 



Lightkeeper 

Widow 

Branch bank officer 



Married. 



Gentleman 

Steamships agents. 
Spinster 



Picot, Rev. Thos. R. 



Halifax, N.S, 



311 Pleasant St , 

N.S 

311 Plesant St., 
N.S 



Halifax, 



Halifax, j 



335 Brunswick St. , Halifax, ' 

N.S 

11 Ironmonger Lane, Lon- 
don, E.C., Eng 

61 Grafton St., Charlotte- 
town, P.E.I I 

P.O. Box 567, Halifax,; 
N.S 

87 Victoria Rd., Halifax,! 
N.S 

87 Victoria Rd., Halifax, 
N.S 



87 Victoria Rd., Halifax, 
N.S 

709 Sifton Blvd., Elbow 
Park, Calgary, Alta. . 

Ashburn, Thorburn P O., 
Victoria, B.C 

Victoria, B.C 

Victoria Mines, Flat Point, 
N.S 

Melrose, 198 Crowborough 
Rd., Streatham, London- 
S. W. Eng 

•Sackville, N.B 

Woodstock, N.B I 

I 

582 George St., Freder-I 
icton, N.B 

582 George St., Feder-: 
icton, N.B 

Annapolis Royal, N.S I 

91InglisSt., Halifax, N.S. 

Halifax, N.S 



41,364 

19 

195 

76 

2 

134 

648 

14 

14 

4 

1 



125 

5 

10 

43 

2 

2 

24 

6 
25 

3 



Granville Ferry, N.S. 



Clergyman. 



Pierce, Annie Ashbumham Spinster. . . 

Piggott, Chas. Lambert 'Merchant. 

Pirie, Chas. N [Banker. . . 



Pitman, S. Augusta Married 

Pitts, Hon. James S Gen. com. merchant 



Flint, Elizabeth B. 
Plummer, J H. 



*Pooley, Mary Maude, and fFrederick P. Bligh, 
exTs. estate of Sophia Jane King 



Carried forward . 



Widow 

President Dominion 
Steel Corporation 
Ltd 



*Spinster; 

fBarrister at law. 



Roseneath, Hope Road, 
Half Way Tree P.O., 
Jamaica, W.I 

Roseneath, Hope Road, 
Half Way Tree, P.O. 
Jamaica, W.I 

Chatham, N.B 

Bridgetown, N.S 

Care of W. R. Booth, 
Dundas, Ont 

Annapolis Royal, N.S 

St- John's, Nfld 

Chipman, N.B 



18 Wellington St. 
Toronto, Ont 



East,! 



60 Bedford Row, Halifax, 
N.S I 



1 

1 

33 

110 

114 

175 

4 

6 

125 



65 



60 
4 
6 

125 
1 

300 
4 



72 
70 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay 6. 



4.136,400 

1,900 

19,500 

7,600 

200 

13,400 

64.800 

1,400 

1,400 

400 

100 

•00 

12.50 

500 

1,000 

4,300 

200 

20 

2,400 

600 
2,500 

309 



200 
900 
200 



100 

100 

3,300 
11,000 
11,400 
17,500 

4oa 

600 
12,500 



«,500 



6,000 
400 
600 

12,500 
100 

30,000 
400 



7,208 
7,000 



44,007 



4,400,790 



94 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 
Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Brought forward . 
Pope, Ethelwyn E 



Porter, Henry R., and Martha A. Porter. 

Potter, Emma Mary 

Pow, David 



Power, Hon. L. G., W. B. Wallace, and T. J. 
Crockett, trustees Mary E. Skerry and Ellen 
Skerry 



Powers, Jas. T 

Pratt, Chas. E 

Pratt, Capt. Rodman. 



Pratt, Capt. Rodman, in trust. 
Prescott, C. A., in trust 



Prescott, Gideon, estate of. 

Prescott, Jesse T 

Prevost, Sarah B 



Price, Helen M . 



Prime, Seth, and Lillie Prime 

Pringle, G. Adam 

Puddington, H.F 

Puddington, Jane 

Pugsley, David 

Pugsley, Georgie L 

Pyke, John George 

Pyke, John George, and Henry|G. Parish, trustees 

estate Francis W Collins 

Pyke, John George, and G. E. E. Nichols, trustees 

estate E. E. B. Nichols 

Quinton, W. A 



Ramsden, Violet Nathalie. 
Rankine, Henry C 



Rankine, Mary E. 
Ransom, A. C 



Rathbone, Charles, Frederick Allison. 

Read, Jessie 

Redmond, Annie S 

Reid, James 

Rendell, Arthur S 



*Rettie, Alex., and fSamule Rettie, exrs. estate 

Alex. Rose Rettie 

Rettie, May Christine 

Reynolds, Ada M.D '. 



Reynolds, Charlotte E. 

Reynolds, Mary 

Reyolds, Susannah B . . . 



Rhodes, Edgar Nelson.. . 

Rhodes, Sara D 

Richards, Arthur James . 

Richards, Isabel A 

Richards, Mabel D 



Carried forward . 



Married . 



Farmer and wife. . 

Widow 

Branch bank man- 
ager 



Retired judge. 



Real estate 

Merchant 

Retired master mar- 
iner 

Retired master mar- 
ner 

Secretarj' and treas- 
urer Nova Scotia 
Building Society. 



Farmer. 
Widow. . 



Spinster. 



Merchant and wife. 
Merchant tailor. . . . 
Barrister at law. . . 

Widow 

Farmer 

Married 

Barrister at law. . . 



Post Office Address. 

Adresse. 



398 Daly Ave., Ottawa, 

Ont 

Chipman, N.B 

Canning, N.S 



Port Antonio, Jamaica. 



South Park St., Halifax, 

N.S 

Bridgewater, N.S 

St. Peters, P.E.I 



Wolfville, N.S. 



Lumberman 

farmer 

Married 

Retired 



and 



Halifax,NS 

St. John, N.B 

Sussex, N.B 

Lovat House, Christ 
Church Rd., Chelten- 
ham, England 

R.M.D. No. 1 Norton, 
N.B 

Westfield Beach, N.B 

Pictou, N.S 

St. John. N.B 

Rothesay, N.B 

Maccan, N.S 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d 'actions. 



Liverpool, N.S. 



Halifax, N.S. 



Widow. 



President and man- 
ager of Ault & 
Wiborg Co. of 
Can. Ltd 



Fairx-ille, N.B 

Bellfield, Hampden, Ja 

212 Germain St., St. John, 

N.B 

257 Princess St., St. John, 

N.B 



F a r m e r — F i s h 

inspector 

Married 



Farmer. 
Broker.. 



*ClergjTnan; fCivil 

servant 

Spinster 



Care of Ault & Wiborg Co. 
19 and 23 Charlotte St., 
Toronto 



Hortonville, N.S 

89 Hollis St., Halifax, 

N.S 

North Head — Grand Man- 

an, N.B 

Charlo, N.B 



Barrister 

Widow 

Foreman 

Married 

Married, supt: Vic- 
toria Public Hosp- 
ital 



Care of A. S. Rendell & 
Co., St. John's, Nfld.. 

Millerton, N.B 

Stillman, N.S 

12 Mitchell, St., Halifax, 

N.S 

365 Union St., St. John, 

N.B 

365 Union St., St. John, 

N.B 

365 Union St., St. John, 

NB 

Amherst, N.S 



Simcoe, Ont 

Bideford, P.E.I 



Fredericton, N.B. 



44,007 

2 
5 

10 



58 
10 
20 

22 

6 



641 
65 
10 



30 

1 
1 
25 
1 
8 
6 
1 
7 

14 

14 

100 
5 

67 

28 



30 
2 
1 

2 

100 

10 

8 
2 

14 

13 

13 

13 
6 

31 
5 

15 



45,334 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



95 



Name. 
Nom. 



Brought forward. 
Richards, Hon. Wm 



Richardson, Ella C. 
Richardson, Ella F. 



Richardson, Robert D . 
Ritchie, Catherine 



Ritchie, David. 
Ritchie, Jas. D. 



Ritchie, John W. P., trastee, M. A. Uniacke. 



Ritchie, John W. P., and Geo. Ritchie, trustees 
under will J. C. Haliburton 

Ritchie, John W. P., and Geo. Ritchie, trustees 
for Mrs. Frances R. Laurie 

Ritchie, Lilian 



Ritchie, T. F., Ritchie, John W. P., and Eastern 
Trust Co., trustees for Mrs. Isabel Rit- 
chie 

•Ritchie, W. B. A., and tRobertson, T. Reginald, 
trustees, Mrs. Annie Tremaine 



Description. 



Merchant and ship- 
owner 

Married 

Spinster, music 
teacher 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Bideford, P.E.I. 
Chipman, N.B.. 



Merchant. 
Widow 



Lumber salesman. 
Gentleman 



Barrister. 



16 Young St., Halifax, 
N.S 

Chipman, N.B 

66 Lockman St., Halifax, 
N.S 

Newcastle, N.B 

Head St. Margaret's Bay, 
Halifax, Co., N.S 

c/o Geo. Ritchie, 58 Bed- 
ford Row, Halifax, N.S 



Barristers . 
Married... 



•Ritchie, W. B. A., and tRobertson, T. Regina d, 
trustees under marriage settlement, Florence 
M. Whitman 



Roberts, Dorothy L. 

Roberts, Jane E 

Robertson, Alex 



Robertson, Alice M 

Robertson, Amelia Jane. 



Robertson, Anstiss. 
Robertson, Comly. 



Robertson, James F . 



Robertson, Lachlan. . 
Robertson, Louise M . 



•Robertson, Robert Augustus, and fHenry David 
Lawrie 



•Robertson, W. G., and fFIemming, H. A., trus- 
tees Mrs. Ella W. Murray 



Robertson, Wilma 

Robinson, Elizabeth . 
Robinson, Emily E.. 



Robinson, Ethel P. 
Robinson, Frank J. 



Robinson, Isabelle D. 



Robinson, estate of J. Morris . 
Robinson, Mary 



Carried forward. 



Barrister at law. 



•Barrister; tcity so- 
licitor 



•Barrister; tcity so- 
licitor 

Married 



Spinster. 



Vice-pres. Continen 
tal & Commercial 
Nat'I Bank of 
Chicago 



Married . 
Widow.. 



Surveyor of lumber 
Merchant 



Branch bank mgr. . 
Married 



'Solicitor; fstock 
broker 



'Merchant; 
manager. 



tbank 



Spinster. 
Widow.. 



Married. 



President, the Hali- 
fax Transfer Co., 
Ltd 



Married. 



Widow. 



1050 Dervis St., Vancou- 
ver, B.C 



Halifax, N.S 

Victoria, Vancouver, B.C. 



17 Oak Lane, Davenport, 
Iowa, U.S.A 

52 Winter St., St. John, 
N.B 



Continental & Nat'I Bank 
of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 
U.S.A 

16 South Park St., Hali- 
fax, N.S 

50 Elliott Row, St. John, 
N.B 

Digby,N.S 

126 Bridge St., St. John, 
N.B 

c/o. Manchester, Robertson 
& Allison, Ltd., St. John 
N.B.. 

Annapolis Royal, N.S 

Port Jolie, Queens Co., 
N.S 



4 Forres St., Edinburgh, 
Scotland 



W. G. Robertson. 205-207 
Lower Water St., Hali- 
fax, N.S 

R.R. No. 8, London, Ont. 

P.O. Box 265, Sussex ,N.B. 

Suite 12, Kennilworth Apt. 
44 Hargrave St., Winni- 
peg, Man 

c/o. J. M. Robinson Sons 
St. John, N.B 



105 Queen St., Halifax, 
N.S 

31 West Jackson St., Wil- 
kesbarre. Pa., U.S.A 

St. John, N.B 

18 Wellington Row, St. 
John, N.B 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



45,334 

180 
10 



12 
10 

3 
5 

23 

14 

1 

25 

12 

150 

43 

28 
9 
7 



162 

3 

5 
43 



25 

7 



10 



22 
6 
2 



20 
2 

100 

5 
8 

12 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



$ 4,533.400 

18,000 
1,000 



1,200 
1,000 

300 
500 

2,300 

1,400 

100 

2,500 

1,200 

15,000 

4,300 

2,800 
900 
700 



16,200 

r " 
300 

f* ^ 

500 

4,300 

500 



2,500 
700 

500 



1,000 



2,200 
600 
200 



2,000 
200 

10,000 

500 
800 

1,200 



46,308 ) 4,630,800 



96 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 

Bank of Nova Scotia-Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 




Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Brought forward . 

Robinson, Robett. 

Robinson, T. Barclay 



Number 
of shares, i 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
payfe. 



Farmer .Sussex, N.B 

General insurance , ^^^^^^ g^^ ^ joi,„, 

^^""^ I N.B VV,r-- 

r^ ♦! ™«« '64 Russell St., Halifax, 

Gentleman ," ^^ g 

167 Upper Water St., Hali- 
Merchant I ^g^^^ g . 

P O ' Box 412, Charlotte 
Bro^^e"" i W-n, P.E.I. 



46,308 
10 



Roche, Charles 
Roche, William . 

Rogers, Beniamin , ^ iK^i.iigton, P.E.I. 

Rogers, Frances A Farmer and garden- 

U;,'s counsel:::::: Halifax, N.S 

Roeers, T. Sherman 

SSSans, trustees of Sarah Jane 

Romeril, Elie B 



Paspebiac, PQ- ■ • ■ 
New Glasgow, N.b. 



Annapolis Royal, N.S. 



Accountant 

. . Lumberman. . . . 

Rood, C. L. ' Merchant 

Roop, Albert! Married 

Roop, Maria R ' / Master mariner iT>i„eU River, Jamaica. 

Roop, Norman ;; Branch bank mgr ... Black Kive g 

Roop, Reginald Spinster. pi-tou N S 

Roop, Sarah Margaret •• Schoolteacher lV„pi°to^Wis., U.S.A 

Rose, Jessie^t . . . . ■ • j M^NaughWn.V Married ■ ■ ■ iEdgemere St., Dartmouth 



Rosebush, Barbara . 
Rosenberg, Emily C 

Ross, Agnes I . . . • ■ • ■■■■ ■■ 
Ross, firs, estate of Alex. i> ■ 



Ross, Armenia M . . . 

Ross, Charlotte A 

Boss, Christiana p. 
Ross, EuphemiaL.. 



Spinster. 



Widow— Postmist 
ress 



, N.S. 

iTruro, N.S. -......- ■• 

r/o.deo.L. Fisher, Truio 

i N.S 

East Margaree, 



North 

ii^ O 
c/o. Bank of Nova Scotia 
Yarmouth, N.S 
Fairview', Oueen St., Tru- 
ro, N.S... 

Ijeweller .lCalais,Me.. U.S.A 

Ot- 



74 

3.5 

240 

60 
1 

8 
12 
6 
7 
191 
5 
7 

15 
5 
2 
4 
5 

56 
14 

7 

3 

5 
19 

16 
51 



Ro69, Frank T ::::::::::::::: Clvll servant. Fin- Finance Dept 

Ros8,HenryT ance Dept tawa.Ont 

!Truro, N.S ^ ' .• ' ' 

„ • •, iBank of Nova Scotia, 

Ross, James D Branch bank mgr. . ; Qij^gter, N.B 

Ross, John ., , , :pO Box 4S9, Truro, N.S 

, ^ T^ Mail clerk ^^q g^ p^^^j. gt., Quebec, 

Ross, John U Merchant 

Ross, John T 

^ ,,, , jStudent 

Ross, Kenneth Ward .Widow 

Rose, Lelia Miranda 

_ Married 

Ross, Margaret O Spinster 

Ross, Maria Catherine 



•Ross. Sarah A., and tM. Ella Ross. 

Ross, Sarah Jcjne 

Ross, estate of Susan A 

Roes, William D 

Rossborough, R. B 



•Widow; tspinstet 
Msnied 



Gen'l manager 

Branch bank mgr 



P.Q- 
Calais, Me., U.S.A. . 
12 CalaisAve., Calais, Me. 

U.S.A 

Lunenburg, N.S.^ ■ 

I c/o. Thomson & Thomson 
i McCurdy Bldg., 181 

HoUis Si., Halifax, N.S 

'Sussex, N.B..... ••••■ 

P.O. Box 489, Truro, N.b. 

Toronto, Ont. .... ■■ 

Metropolitan Bank, Toron- 

i to, Ont : ■ ■ ■ ■ j- 

Bank of Nova Scotia, Ed 

I monton, Alta 

St. Martins, N.B 



_, , ^ . < Married . . ._ ''^^: "u 'i^n sV. , St. John, 

Rourke, Charlotte School teacher ,y\, ^j^'i'O" ^'" 



Rowan, Jean M 
Rowan, Joseph J . . 
Rowley, Alfred... 
Rowley, Alfred H 



N B 

Merchant Kenn^edy St.. St. John, 

Accountantandmgr.ilS4^P™s St., St. John,| 



Vice-pres. and treas. Atlantic Fruit Co. 

Atlantic Fruit Co. c/o.^ Atlantic ^ ^^ ^^^^^ 

I way. New York 
•Rowley, Alfred H., tCampbell, Andrew J., '^"'^ Lyjes. and treas 

McKay, Wm. Park, trustees j Atlantic Fruit Co. ; ^^^j^^^p^^jlTniro. 

''■fcVo 

g .j^gj^j. |l84 Princess St,:,' St. John. 

Rowley, Mary Edna 1 ^'"^ 1 N.B 



4,630,800 
1.000 



7, 00 

3,500 

24.000 

6.000 
100 

800 

1,200 

600 

700 

19.100 

500 

700 

1,500 

500 

200 

400 

500 

i.,600 
1,400 

700 

300 

500 
1,900 

1.600 
5,100 



6 
2 

1 
2 

93 
1 

10 
4 



IS 
8 
5 

21 



11 

7 

10 

1 



Carried forward. 



28 
1 
47,409 



600 
200 

100 
200 

»,300 
100 

1,000 
400 



1,600 
800' 
500 
500 

2,100 

500 
1,100 

700 

1,000 
100 



608 



2,800 
100 
4,740,900 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



97 



Name. 
Nom. 



Brought forward. 
Rowlings, Geo. A. W 



Rowntree, St., David 

Royal Trust Co., trustees estate John H. Botterell 
Ruddock, Charlotte, estate of 



Ruddock, Mary A. 



Rudolf, Edna Havelock 

Ruel, Charles Percival, M.D. 



Ruel, Edward A 

Ruel, Frederick C. S. 



Ruffman, Louis Charles. 



Ruffmann. Mary Ann Louisa 
Rugeles, Catherine E 



Ruggles, Louisa 

Ruggles. Stephen S 

Rumbold, Bessie Gordon. 



Russell, Jas. A. 



Russell, Jas. A., in trust for Elizabeth Cameron. . . 
Russell, Jas. A., in trust for Anna M. McLellan. . . . 
Russell, James A., in trust for Charlotte A. Russell 

Russell, Jame.'t A., in trust for Sophia Russell 

Russell, Jessie S 

Russell, Samuel Marcus 

Rutherford, Sadie 

Ryan, Daniel A 

Ryan, Edmund J 

Ryan, James 



St. Andrews Church, trustees of. 



St. James Presbyterian Church of Newcastle, 
N.B., trustees of 



St. John's Church, wardens of. 
Saer, Agnes 



Sanderson, George. 



Sanford, Charles F. 
Sanford, FredB.... 



Sanford, Mary Maude. 
Saunders, Annie L 



Description. 



Builder and saw- 
mills 



Cattle dealer. 
Trust Co 



Spinster. 



Widow 

Physician and sur- 
geon 



Gentleman. 
Retired 



Clerk. 



Widow. 



Married . 
Farmer.. 
Married . 



Civil servant, 
ance Dept. . . 



Fin- 



Married . . . 
Retired... 
Married . . . 
Merchant . 
Manager.. 
Merchant . 



Married 

Bank official 



Barrister 

Marble worker. 



Married. 
Spinster. 



Saunders, Bernard P.. 
Saunders, Emma Lee. 



Saunders, Sarah Agnes . 



Saunders, Dr. William 

Savage, Edward A., in trust for Chavola L. Savage 
Savage, Edward A., in trust for Edward S. Savage 

Savarv, A. W 

Savary, H. P.Ottv, and Eastern Trust Co., trustees 

R". M. Hunt Fund 

Savary, H.P.Otty, and Eastern Trust Co.,trustees 

for Eliza T. Savary 

Sawyer, Manfred J. C 



Sayre, Frederick E. 



Carried forward . 

6—7 



Insurance agent . 
Married 



Retired . 
Farmer , 



Retired judge. . . 
Barrister at law. 



Gentleman. 



Lumber merchant . 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Musquodoboit Harbour, 
N.S 

Weston, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

104 Harrison St., St. John, 
N.B 

276 Douglas Ave., St. 
John, N.B 

Lunenburg, N.S 



Shediac, Heene Road, 
Worthing, Sussex, Eng. . 



3 Dundonald St., Toronto, 
Ont 

Westoe Lodge, Mitchel 
Ave., Newcastle-on- 
Tyne, Eng 



407 Washington Ave.", 
Brooklyn, N.Y 

Westport, DigbyCo.,N.S. 

Bridgetown, N.S 

c/o. Royal Bank of Scot- 
land, Hope St. Branch, 
Edinburgh, Scotland 

c/o. Finance Department, 

Ottawa, Ont 



58 Park Ave, Ottawa, Ont. 

Windsor, N.S 

Wolfville, N.S 

St. John, Nfld 

Trinity, Nfid 

Rennie's Mill Road, St. 
John's, Nfid 

c/o. Parker Archibald, 
treasurer, 36 Victoria 
Road, Halifax, N.S 



c/o. A. J. Ferguson, finan- 
cial secretary to board 
of trustees, Newcastle, 
N.B 

Lunenburg, N.S 

311 Avenue Road, Toron- 
to, Ont 

General Office, Bank of 
Nova Scotia, Toronto, 
Ont 

Box 45, St. John, N.B 

82-84 Argyle St., Halifax, 
N.S 

40 Orange St., St. John, 
N.B 

355 Dufferin Ave., London, 
Ont r 

159 Hollis St., Halifax,N.S 

240 Central Ave., London, 
Ont 

355 Dufierin Ave., London, 
Ont 



Centreville, N.B 

if 

Annapolis Royal, N.S. 
Halifax, N.S 



c|o J. A. Macdonald, The 
Cottage, St. Ives, Corn- 
wall, Eng 

St. John, N.B 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



47,409 



20 
25 
37 



7 
18 



16 
16 

12 



6 
18 

18 

7 
6 



55 

2 

2 

12 
32 
21 

1 
12 

2 
37 
12 

100 



23 



40 
14 



7 
3 

10 



2 
6 

14 

3 

20 
1 
1 
5 

7 

16 



42 
70 



48. 201 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



$ 4,740,900 



2,000 
2.500 
3,700 

700 

700 
1,800 



1,600 
1,600 

1.200 



600 
1,800 

1,800 
700 
600 



5.500 

200 

200 
1,200 
3,200 
2,100 

100 
1,200 

200 
3,700 
1,200 

10,000 



2,300 



4,000 
1,400 

200 



700 
300 

1,000 

500 

200 
600 

1,400 

300 
2,000 
100 
100 
500 

700 

1,600 



4,200 
7,000 



4,820,100 



98 



DEPARTMENT OF FINAyCE 

4 GEuHGE v., A. 1914 

Bank of Nova Scotia-Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 




Name. 
Nom. 



Brought forward . 
SajT-e, Katie E 

Scammell, estate of Sarah E. 
Schofield, Mrs. Anme L 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



School for the deaf. 



Married. 
Married 



Nombre 
d'actions. 



Scott, Eliza S 

Scott, H. S 

Scott, Sarah M 

Scovil. Mrs. Alice L., executrix of the estate of 

Edward G. Scovil 

Scovil, Annie Clftire 



19 Queen Square, St.John 
N.B 

St. John, N.B............ 

48 Carleton St., St. John, 
N.B •; 

clo A. MacKinlay, Treas , 
School for the Deaf, 135- 
137 Granville St., Hali- 
fax, N.S -^ 

24 Central Ave., Tomp- 

kinsville, N.Y.,U.S.A 
'02 Douglas Ave., St. John 

, N.B ;,•-;•■■•■■ 

j^Iarried jlS* Montrose St., Winnipeg 

64 Union St., St. John, N.B 



Widow 

Com. traveller 



Widow — 
Widow, 
teacher. 



music 



Scriven, James A. 



master baker. 



171 Germain St., St. John, 
N B i- o'"' 

do J. J. Scnven & Sons, 
Halifax, N.S....-- 



Scriven, Wm. R Spinster 

Secord, Celia A 

l!te±l;'W^::::::;:::::;:::::;:;:::::::--li±VF-;::;;&^^^ 



75 Sewell St., St. John, 

•VT "O 

27 Inglis'st!,"Haii'fax, N.S. 



Sedgewick, C. P [Merchant. 

Seeds, James A. 



Seeley, Edgar J. 



Superintendent Met 
ropolitan Life Ins. 
Co ■>• 



S;f=sD:,andtLureneSeely:.-.V 

SeelvVLurene* and James D. Seelyt 

Seely, Victoria -■.-••••■• 

Shadbolt, E. M., in trust 

Sharp, Arthur W., and Phebe E. Sharp. 



90 Mecklenburg St., St 
John, N.B 



Farmer • 

♦Farmer; twidow... 
•Widow; tfarmer... 

Married 

Branch bank mgr. . 



c|o MetropoUtan Ins. Co. 

Fort William, Ont 

Havelock, N.B 



Sharp, Bessie Jane 

Sharp, Sarah A. -....• •• 

Shatford, Rev. Allan Pearson. 



Shatford, Cecilia Victoria 
Shatford, Edward Everett. 



Chairman of assess 

ors, and wife 

Married 

School teacher 

Clergyman 



Bank of Montreal, St. John 
N-B 



Widow. 



Shatford, Ralph Owen 

Shatford, Robert Peel 

Shaw, G. Howard, trustee........ • -■• 

Shaw, Capt. Gilbert, exors. estate of. 



Shaw, Louisa J.. ^. 
Shaw, Margaret B. 



Shaw, Sarah A . . . ; 

Sheffield, Mary Alice 

Shepard, Florence Goodwin 

Sherwood, Abram 



Sherwood, Abram ^H^rtnlde Sherwood Executnces 

Sherwood, Lena A., and Gertrude bnerwoou jQentleman. 

Shiels, John 



Shiels, Mary Jane 

Shives, Arnold K 

Shives, Maria S 

iil^^:il^^M;;andPa.;zant;w:L:,- trustees for 

Louisa Gilpin 



P.O.boxl8,St.John,N.B. 

Windsor, N.S 

Apohaqui, N.B.. . . . ■ • • • • ■ 
697 St. Catherine West, 

Montreal 

Hubbard's, N.S... .---•■ - 
Merchant:;: : : : : : : . . Imdl^n ^Harbor, Halifax 

Physician |Lo"'J'^"'^Th^M^S ^ 

c/o Miss Elizabeth Shaw, 

75 Maitland St., Halifax, 

N.S 

Clementsport, N^S..^..-. 

80 Upper Prince St., t^nar- 
lottetown, P.E.I 

Windsor, N.S..... ..•■-•• • 

116 Princess St., St. Jonn, 
N.B i,- T 

48 Harvard Ave., Brook- 
line, Mass., USA 

Fredericton, N.B 

Sussex, N.B ■• . • - ■ • • 

243 Creighton St., Hahfax, 

N.S ■•■ 

Dartmouth, N.S^ 

Campbellton, N.B 



Widow. . . 
Married. 

Milliner. 
Widow.. 



Married 

Railway manager. 



Widow 

Forester . . 
Widow — 
Merchant . 



Barristers. 



Simpson, Agnes. 

Simpson, Arthur George 

Sinclair, John H., in trust 

Carried forw ard . 



Married. 
Clerk.... 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
payfe. 



48,201 

4 
12 



11 

9 

15 

8 
21 



Glace Bay, N.S 

;/o W.L.Payzant, 95 HoUis 



Barrister. 



St., Halifax N^S 
11 Bland St., Halifax, N.S. 
9 Hawthorne Place, Mont 

clair, N.J. .U.S.A. 

New Glasgow, N.S 



53 

40 

1 

15 
16 



S 4,820,100 

400 
1,200 

.400 

1,100 
900 

1,500 
80O 

2,100 

500 

5,300 
4,000 

lOO 
1,500 
1,600 

3,60a 



36 



10 
1 
2 
2 
1 



2 
3 

7 

17 



11 
7 
4 
6 



4 
10 

12 
6 

39 

10 
9 
5 

2 
2 

20 

100 

50 



10 
6 

1 

7 



48,826 



1,000 
100 
200 
200 
lOO 

100 

200 
300 
700 

1,700 
800 

1,100 
700 
40O 
600 



400' 
1,000 

1,200 
600 

3,900 

1,000 
900 
50O 

200 
200 

2,000 
10,000 

5,000 



1,000 
600 

100 
700 



4,882,600 



SHAREEOLDEKS IX CHARTERED BANKS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



99 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 

Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay^. 



Brought forward. 
Sinclair, M. Jean 



Married. 



Sinclair, Robert L. 

Sinclair, Robert R. 

Skillen, Annie M 

Skinner, Sarah E... 



Farmer and lumber- 
man 

(Not known) 

Milliner 

Widow 



c/o The Alexandria, South 
St., Halifax, N.S 



Slater, J. Howard. 
Slipp, Hannah 



Physician . 
Married.. . 



Stoggett, Rev. Canon Richard L. 
Small. John T 



Clergyman 

King's counsel. 



Broadlands, Que 

Sherbrooke, N.S 

St. Martins, N.B 

c/o G. B. Hegan, 51 Hazen 

St., St. John, N.B.... 
c/o The Long House, Duns 

fold, Godalming, Eng. 
218 Douglas Ave., St.John, 

N.B 

Calais, Me., U.S.A 

24 Adelaide St. E.,Toron 

to, Ont 



•Small, Mrs. Laura E., and Miss Elizabeth A, 
Thomas, executrices estate of William Thomas. 



Smallwood, Charles R 

Smith, Adeline J 

Smith, estate of Benjamin. 
Smith, Edmund A 



'Married. 



Smith, executors of Edward. 



Smith, Elizabeth. . . 

Smith, Ellen E 

Smith, Florence C. 

Smith, Florence M. 

Smith, Frances M.. 
Smith, Francis 



Smith, Geo. E.. 
Smith, Geo. M. 



Smith, Gordon F. , . 
Smith, Hezekiah A. 
Smith, Isabella M... 
Smith, J. Elliott.... 
Smith, J. Willard 



Smith, James 

Smith, John Robert. 
Smith, L. V 



Smith, Lucie Katherine. 

Smith, M. A. B 

Smith, Mabel L 

Smith, Marguerite 



Smith, Mary Josephine. 
Smith, Maud E 



Smith, Maud R 

Smith, Murdoch C. 



Smith.O.E 

Smith, R. Duncan. 



Smith, Robert M. 
Smith, Sarah E.. . 



Smith, Lady Sarah M ^ 

Smith, executors, estate of S. S. B. 



Smith, W. M 

Smith, Wilhelmina. 



Carried forward . 



Barrister. 
Married.. 



Merchant. 



Widow. 



Married . 



Retired phycisian. . . 
Merchant 



Married 

Fruit grower 

Shipbroker and com 

mission 

Stationary engineer . 
Retired merchant... 
Merchant 



108 Porter St., Maiden, 
Mass., U.S.A 

Charlottetown, P.E.I 

Mount Uniacke, N.S 

St.John, N.B 

c/o Webster, Smith & Co., 
Halifax, N.S 

c/o John Y.Payzant, Bank 
of Nova Scotia, Halifax, 
N.S 

Milford Station, Hants Co. 
N.S 

Young's Cove, Queens Co. 
Co., N.B 

c/o Bank of Nova Scotia, 
Halifax, N.S 

25 Melbourne St., West- 
mount, Que 

Woodstock, N.B 

94 Forest St., St. John, 
N.B 

62 Bedford Road, Halifax, 
N.S 

119-123 Bar.ington Street, 
Halifax, N.S 

Port Hood Island, N.S... 



IWoIfville, N.S. 



Married. 



Physician. 
Spinster.. . 
Married 



Spinster. 
Farmer.. 



Merchant . 
Clerk 



Merchant 
Spinster 

Widow 




6WardSt.,St. John, N.B 

Norton, N.B 

New Glasgow, N.S 

c/o J. E. Morse & Co., Hal 
ifax, N.S 

143 South Park St., Hali- 
fax, N.S 

Dartmouth, N.S 

Port Hood Island, N.S.. . 

94 Forest St., St. John, 
N.B 

c/o A. H. Buckley, 56 Vic- 
toria Road, Halifax, N.S. 

141 King St. E., St. John, 
N.B 

Truro, N.S 

Central Clareme, Annap- 
olis County, N.S 

77 Upper Water St., Hali- 
fax, N.S 

P. O. box 363, St. John, 
N.B 

Port Hood Island, N.S.. . 

282 Princess St., St. John, 
N.B 

Dorchester, N.B 

W. N. Silver, c/o W. & C. 
Silver, 7-17 George St., 
Halifax, N.S 

Mount Uniacke, N.S 

110 Union St., St. John, 
N.B 



48,826 

51 

9 
15 
10 



10 
15 

12 



20 
8 
4 

17 



80 

7 

3 

5 

43 
6 

50 

50 

30 
4 

30 
4 
1 

66 

4 

13 



67 
10 



23 

2 

4 
5 

7 

200 

2 
2 

2 
189 



17 
11 

59 



50,012 



S 4,882,600 

5,100 

900 
1,500 
1,000 

100 

800 

1,000 
1,500 

1,200 



2,000 
800 
400 

1.700 

700 



8,000 

700 

300 

500 

4,300 
600 

5,000 

5,000 

3, COO 
400 

3.000 
400 
100 

6,600 

400 

1,300 

200 

6,700 

1,000 

100 

2,300 

200 

400 
500 

700 

20,000 

200 
200 

200 
18,900 



1,700 
1,100 

5,900 



5,001,200 



100 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 
Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Brought forward. 

Smith. William H 

Smith, William J 

Smythe, Beatrice E 



Snaddon, Charity C 

Snodgrass, John Melville. 
Snodgrass, Sarah 



Snodgrass, William 

Snodgrass, William T., 
Somerville, Annie M... 



Southam, Wm 

Spears, Harry B. C. 

Spicer, John N 



Spooner, Laura E. White, in trust 

Stafforth, Henry L., and Francis S. Tidcombe, 

trustees under marriage settlement of Albiiua 

Dora Nobbs Rawdon 

Stalker, Alexander P. R., executors, estate of 

Stalker, Alex. S 

Stalker, Alice J 

Stalker, Sarah Ross 

Stanfield, Annie E 

Stanfield, Eleanor A 

Stanfield, Emma M 

Stanfield, Frances J 

Stanfield, Frank 

Stanfield, Frank, trustee for Charles E. Stanfield. 
Stanfield, Frank, in trust for Frank T. Stanfield . . 
Stanfield, Frank, trustee for Miss Kathryn Stan 

field 

Stanfield, John 

Stanfield, John, trustee for Harold Frederick 

Stanfield 

Stanfield, John, trusteefor John Yorston Stanfield 

Stanfield, Lydia 

Stanfield, Mary C 

Stanfield, S. Emma 

Starkie, Carrie B 



Starr, Annie C. M. 
Starr, Francis P. .. 



Starr, Joseph C 

Starr, Margaret Irene., 



Starr, Mira C 

Starratt, Anna E. 



Stavert, H. W. B. 
Stavert, Wm. E... 



Steeves, Archibald 

Sterling, George 

Sterling, Margaret S 

Sterns, Margaret, executors estate of. 



Stetson, Henry N . 



Stetson, Henry N., in trust for J. M. Robinson & 
Sons 



Stevens, Edmund F.. 



Stevens, Frank G . . . 
Stevens, Thomas G . 



Stevens, Thomas G., executor, estate of Lamira 
Allen 



Carried forward . 



Description. 



Merchant 

Wholesale lumber. 
Married 



Spinster 

Farmer 

Dressmaker. 



Farmer. . . 
Merchant. 
Married... 



Publisher 

Commercial travel- 
ler 



Farmer and lumber 
man 



Married. 



(Not known) 



Merchant. 
Widow 



Spinster., 



Bookkeeper . . , 

Spinster 

Manufacturer. 



Widow... 
Married. 



Coal merchant . 



Retired.. 
Married.. 

Spinster.. 
Married.. 



Retired 

Accountant. 



Merchant. 

Clerk 

Married... 



Merchant. 



Mining engineer. 
Insurance agent. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Burin, Nfld 

Weston, Ont., Box 310 

c/o Bank of Montreal, 

Halifax, N.S 

Liverpool, N.S 

Young's Cove, Road, N.B 
230 Duke St., St. John. 

N.B 

Young's Cove, Queens Co. , 

N.B 

Young's Cove, Queens Co., 

N.B 

382 Union St., St. John, N. 

B 

Hamilton, Ont 



31 Leinster St., 
N.B 



St. John, 



Spencer's Island, 

boro, N. S 

Hampton, N.B 



Parrs- 



High St., Bognor, Eng. 
Pictou, N.S 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Truro, N.S., 



New Glasgow, N.S 

Truro, N. S 

R.F.D. Box 65, Cedar St., 
Wellesley, Hills, Mass., 
U.S.A 

112 College St., Toronto, 
Ont 

c/o R. P. & W. F. Starr, 
Ltd., 47 Smythe St.. St. 
John, N.B 

Bridgewater, N.S 

51 Carleton St., St. John, 
N.B 

P.O.boxl74, Digby, N.S.. 

6 Eldgride Road, Forest 
Hills, Mass., U.S.A 

Summerside, P.E.I 

157 St. James St.. Montre- 
al, Que 

Hillsborough, N.B 

Kentville. N.S 



c/o H. G. Parish, Liver- 
pool, N.S 

198 Mount Pleasant Ave., 
St. John, N.B 



198 Mount Pleasant Ave., 
St. John, B.N 

P.O. Box 456, Halifax, N. 
S 

16 Prince St., Halifax,N.S. 

P.O. Box 107, Dartmouth, 
N.S 



50,012 

2 

16 

85 
8 
3 

3 

20 

3 

2 
50 



13 
5 



14 

11 

7 

30 

34 

29 

18 

22 

24 

340 

1 

5 

1 

120 

40 

40 

42 

2 

6 



70 
10 

120 
12 

2 
6 

7 

4 

25 

21 

16 

4 

46 

1 

35 

25 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
paye. 



51,434 



$ 5,001.200 

200 

1,600 

8,500 
800 
300 

300 

2,000 

300 

200 
5,000 

200 



1,300 
500 



1,400 

1,100 

700 

3,000 

3,400 

2,900 

1.800 

2,200 

2,400 

34,000 

100 

500 

100 
12,000 

4,000 

4,000 

4,200 

200 

600 



400 
800 



7,000 
1,000 

12,000 
1,200 

200 
600 

700 

400 

2,500 

2,100 

1,600 

400 



4,600 

100 
3,500 

2,500 

800 



5,143,400 



SHAREHOLDERS /.Y CHARTERED BAyKS 



101 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



Name. 
Nom. 


Description. 


Post OflTice Address. 
Adres.se. 


Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 


Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay 6. 








51,434 

7 

2 

18 

18 

12 

25 

10 

9 

2 

5 
5 
5 

5 

26 

7 
2 

5 

15 

8 

40 

8 

2 

8 

8 

12 

3 

4 

395 

37 

6 

1 

7 

10 
4 
1 

20 

10 
12 

2 

18 
3 
4 
5 

130 

40 

5 

46 


$ 5, 143, 400 


Stevens. W H . 


Retired 


8 South St., Halifax, N.S. 
c/o J. H. Stevenson, Bank 

of Nova Scotia, New 

Cilasffow. N S.. 


700 


Stpvpnson I^ponora 


Married 






Artist 


200 




34 Redcliffe Square, Lon- 
don, England 






Spinster 


1,800 




Eastbourne, Sussex, Eng- 
land 






Retired 


1,800 


Stewart Lt -Col Charles J .... 


180 Pleasant St., Halifax, 

N.S 






Married 


1,200 


Stewart Ethel Penelone 


Woodfield, Walkers Wood 
P.O., Jamaica 






Spinster 


2,500 


"Stpwart. Helen 


Dartmouth, N.S 


1,000 




Merchant 


.\ntigonish, N.S 


900 


Stewart Walter Donald 


Clerk 


Penobsquis, N.B 


200 


Stone, Fred Lav/son 


Electrical engineer. . 
Spinster 


171 Germain St., St. John, 
N.B 






500 


Stone Janie Davidson 


n 

c/o General Electric Co., 
30 Church St., New 
York, N.Y., U.S.A 

c/oC. N. S. Strickland, 68 
Spring Garden Road, 
Halifax, N.S ' 

68 Spring Garden Rd., 
Halifax, N.S 


500 


Stone, Jessie Olive 


ii 


500 


Stone, Joseph Waldo.. . 


Electrical engineer. . 
Married 




Strickland. Annie S 


500 


Strickland, Winnifred Claire 


Spinster 


2,600 




Barrister 


700 


Stron**^, Heath.. 


Summerside, P.E.I 

c/o Northern Crown Bank, 


200 


Strothard, Jane . . . . 


Married 






Widow 


500 


Stubbing, Margaret J 


92 Birmingham St., Hali- 
fax, N.S 






Spinster 


1,500 


Suffren, Bessie . ... 


P. O. Box 143, Sussex, N.B 
Renous, N.B 


800 


Sullivan. Dennis P 


Merchant 


4,000 


Sullivan, Winnifred Gillies 


Married 


Dilkusha, Lucknow, India 
Moncton, N.B 


800 




Merchant 


200 




Widow 


4 Elm St., Saranac Lake. 
N.Y., U.S.A 

298 South Street, Halifax, 

N.S 




Sutherland, Alexa. in trust for Elizabeth McCorm- 
ick.. 


(( 


800 
800 




Married 






Spinster 


1,200 




920 Cherrv St., Grand 

Rapids, Mich., U.S.A... 

Svdney, N.S 




Sutherland. Christina 


Married 


300 
400 


Sutherland, Daniel 


Retired 


High St., Pictou, N.S 

New Glasgow, N.S 

200 Windsor St., Willow 

Park, Halifax, N.S 

168 Argyle St., Halifax, N. 

S 


39,500 


Sutherland, Hector T 


Merchant 


3,700 


Sutherland, estate of Mrs. Isabel 










600 




Widow 


100 


Sutherland, Jean 


52 Edson St., Dorchester, 

Mass., U.S.A 

St. John's, Nfld 






Clergyman 


700 
1,000 


Sweet, Jessie M 


Widow 


Newport, N.S 


400 


SymnnH.s, Annip ,, , , ' 


Spinster 


4 Peters St., St. John, N.B 

c/o John C. Symons, Room 

1403, 17 Batterv Place, 

New York. U.S.A 

19 Colborne St., Toronto, 
Ont.. 


100 




Retired 




Taft, Hulbert 


Journalist 


2,000 
1,000 


Tapper. Annie I 

Tapper, Chas. A 

Tate. Harriet A 


Georgetown, P.E.I 

110 Portland St., Boston, 

Mass., U.S.A 

Middleton, N.S 

Oxford, N.S 


1,200 


Merchant. .... 




Married 


200 
1,800 


Taylor, Ada S . . . 


Spinster 


300 


Tavlor, Albert Thomas 


Physical instructor.. 


9 Teresa St., London, Ont.. 
Charlottetown, P.E.I 

42 Princess St., St. John, 
N.B 


400 


Taylor, estate of Francis P 


500 


Taylor, Fred R 


Barrister at law 

it 
Farmer 






13,000 


Taylor, Fred R. and Royal Trust Co., trustees, 
estate Arthur P. Hazen 


42 Princess St., St. John, 

N.B 

Little Shemogue, N.B. . . . 
Rothesay, N.B 






4,000 
500 


Taylor, John F 


Retired ship owner. . 

Secretary of Halifax 

Ladies College. . . 


4,600 


Taylor, M. Ethel.. . 


Halifax Ladies College, 








Carried forward 


52.461 


5.246.- 



102 



DEPARTMEXT OF FiyAXCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 
Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post OflBce Address. 
Adresse. 



Brought forward . 
Taylor, Martha Jean 



Widow. 



Taylor, Mary A 

Taylor, estate of Marj- Jane.. 

Taj-lor, Richard N 

Taylor, Thos. Gibson 



Optician . 



TeriLan, Gerald B., trustee Mrs. Johanna M. Teman 

Teman, Gerald B. and Payzant, W. L., trustees, 

estate of Eleanor Cronaa 

Ternan, Johanna Mary 

Thomas, Eliza 

Thomas, Harriet R , 

Thomas, James U 

Thomas, John L 



Agt. Marine & Fish- 
eries for P.E.I. . . . 

Barrister 



Thomas, \Vm. S. 



Thompson, Eliza G 

Thompson, Janie N 

Thomson, Agnea Young 

Thomson, estate of Mrs. Bridgetta. 



Thomson, Catherine. 
Thomson, Edith 



Thomson, Elizabeth Walker 

Thomson, James T 

Thomson, James T., trustee Margaret R. Chipman 

Thomson, James T., guardian of Una Bentley 

Thomson 



Thomson, Katherine B 

Thomson, trustees, estate Samuel R. 
Thomson, W.J. G 



♦Thomson, W. J. G., and fThomson, Walter K., 
executors 



Thomson, Walter K 

Thomson, Rev. Wm. McCulloch. 
Thome, Harry L 



Halifax, N.S 

c/o C. N. S. Strickland, 68 

Spring Garden Road, 

Halifax, N.S 

c/o Richard N. Taylor, 

Montreal, Que 

London, England 



522 St. Catharine St. W., 
Montreal, P.Q 



86 Cumberland St., Char- 
lottetown, P.E.I 

Roy Building, Halifax, N. 
S 



Barristers 

Widow ! Antigonish, N.S 

Married 543 Main St., St. John, N.B 

Widow : Kentville, N.S 

Secretary 89 Water St., St. John.N.B 

227 Mott Ave., New York 
U.S.A 



Branch bank mana- 
ger 



School teacher . 
Widow 



c/o Bank of Nova Scotia, 
Fredricton, N.B 

14.3 Princess St., St. John, 
N.B 

Paris Hill, Maine, U.S.A.. 



Spinster ! 33 Spring Garden Road, 

Halifax, N.S 

c/o Mary Alice Thomson, 
15 Bland St., Halifax, 
N.S 

Pictou, N.S 

Cleveland Lodge, Wolf 
^•ille, N.S 

Rothesay, N.B , 

33 Spring Garden Road . . . 

Halifax, N.S 



Spinster. 



Merchant. 



Spinster. 



Insurance agt. 



'Insurance agt.; 
tBarrister 



Barrister. . , 
Clergyman. 
Carpenter. . 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
paye. 



52,461 
4 



166 



33 Spring Garden Road, 

Halifax, N.S 

275 Pleasant St., Halifax, 

N.S 

c/o James A. Belvea, Box 

21, St. John, N.B 

McCurdy Bldg., 181 HoUis 

St. HaUfax, N.S 



Thome, James 

Thome, Lydia J 

Thorne. William H. 



Farmer... 
Married... 
Merchant. 



Thorgar, estate of J. Venner. 
Tiliey, Lady Alice 



Widow. 



Tiliey, estate of Sir Samuel Leonard . 
Tillotson, Catherine 



Tilton, Joseph A. 



Titus, Charles L 

Tobin, Jacob Noyes 

Tobin, Thomas F., K.C. 



Married . 
Broker.. 



Carried forward . 



Machinist. 
Merchant.. 
Barrister. . 



c/o W. J. G. Thomson, 
McCurdy Bldg., 181 
Hollis St., Halifax, N.S. 

McCurdy Bldg., 181 Hollis 
St., Halifax, N.S 

Grey Friars Manse, Port 
of Spain, Trinidad 

Karsdale, Aimapolis Co., 
NS 



C/o W. H. Thorne & Co., 
Ltd., St. John, N.B... 



223 Germain St., St. John, 
N.B 



141 Svdney St., St. John, 
N.B 

15 North Wharf. St. John, 
N B 

MidiandrN.B... '.'.'.'. '.!!!!! 

Milledgeville, N.B 

McCurdy Bldg., 181 Hollis 
St.. Halifax, N.S 



5 

10 



18 



25 



36 

33 

5 

4 

14 



12 

1 

10 



52 



8 
7 

54 

3 

64 

35 



10 

16 

113 

70 

20 

50 

10 

1 
4 
4 

66 
13 

5 
5 



10 

2 

16 

20 



S 5,246,100 
400 



16,600 



53,485 



500 

1,000 



1,800 

2,500 

900 

3,600 

3,300 

500 

400 

1,400 

900 

1.200 

100 
1,000 

5,200 



800 

700 

5,400 

300 

6,400 

3,500 



1,000 
1.600 

11,300 
7,000 



2,000 

5,000 

1,000 

00 
400 
400 

6.600 
1,300 

500 
500 

500 

1.000 

200 

1,600 

2,000 



5,348.500 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



103 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d "actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



Brought forward 

•Tobin, Wm. and tDwyer, Michael, trustees estate 
of John Tobin 



Todd, Frank 

Todd, Jane Charlton. 



Toronto General Trusts Corp'n. 

Torrance, Mary F 

Townshend, Sir Charles J 



Townshend, Lady Margaret. 

Trask, Benjamin F 

Travis, Minnie E 



Tremain, E. D 

Tremaine, Emma. , . 
Tremaine, Edith M . 



Tremaine, exrs. estate of W. H . 



Troop, Frank Rupert, and Troop, Isabelle L. 

Troop, Margaret 

Troop, R. Etta 

Tryder, Elizabeth R 

Tucker, Jos. J 



Tupper, Caroline McL. 
Tupper, Susannah B . . . 
TumbuU, D. R 



TurnbuU, James, and TurnbuU, D. R., trustees 
Agnes R. Barclay 



Turne Annie M 

Turner, Fred. McG 

Turton, Edmund Russborough. 



Turton, Robert Bell. 
Twining, Alice E 



Tyler, Mary Ann . 
Uniacke, Cecil D . 



Uniacke, Florence A. 



Uniacke, Frederika D. 



Uniacke, Frederika D.,(Mrs.) and Uniacke, Eliza- 
beth R., trustees under will of late Robie 
Uniacke 

Uniacke, Helena E 

Uniacke, Mary Alma 

Uniacke, Mary Alma, guardian 



Union Trust Co. and Peoples State Bank. 
University of Mount Allison 



•Physician; 
tMerchant. . 



Manufacturer. 
Married 



Toronto 

Married 

Chief Justice 
Nova .Scotia. . 

Married 

Druggist 

Spinster- 
Trained nurse. .. 

Barrister 

Married 



of 



C/o John Tobin & Co., 13 
Upper Water St., Hali- 
fax, N.S 

St. .Stephen, N.B 

C/o Wm. Skene, 501 Hast- 
ings St., Vancouver, B.C 

Toronto 

Sussex, N.B 



Wolf ville, N.S... 

it 

Yarmouth, N.S. 

Hampton, N.B. . 
Port Hood, N.S. 



Merchant and wife . 

Spinster 

Married 

Widow 

Gentleman 



Married. 



Asst.Gen. Mgr. Aca 
dia Sugar Ref. Co 
Ltd 



65 Victoria Road, Halifax 
N.S 

C/oA. J. Campbell, Truro. 
N.S 

Granville Centre. N.S 



Windsor, N.S 

IPrince William St., St. 

John, N.B 

P.O. Box 603, Truro, N.S. 
Tupperville, N.S 



Manufacturers. 



Married 

Merchant 

Justice of Peace. 



Barrister. 
Widow 



Married 

Captain R.R.A.. . 



Spinster. 
Widow.. 



C/o Acadia Sugar Ref. 
Co. Ltd., Dartmouth. . 

C/o D. R. TurnbuU, Dart- 
mouth, N.S 

Canning, N.S 

Truro, N.S 

Up.sall Castle, Thirsk, 
England 

Kildale Hall, Grosmont, 
S.O., Yorkshire, Eng. . . 

C/o Geo. Ritchie, 58 Bed- 
ford Row, Halifax, N.S 

Newport Landing, N.S... 

C/o Cox & Co., 16 Charing 
Cross, London, Eng 

C/o Geo. Ritchie, 58 Bed- 
ford Row, Halifax, N.S. 

4 Alhambra Road, South- 
sea, Eng 



Spinster 
Widow.. 



Halifax, N.S. 



Upham, Angelina A 

Upham, Gilbert D 

Urquhart, Ella Elizabeth Boyd. 

VanBuskirk, James Sidney 

VanBuskirk, Charlotte 



Vassie, Jane. 
Vassie, Wm. 



Vaughan, Amelia. 



Vaughan, Mary M 

Vaughan, S Ernest 

Vaughan, S. Ernest, exr. estate of David Vaughan. 



Chartered 

sity 

Married 

Farmer 

Spinster 

Shoemaker. 
Spinster 



Univer 



C/o Geo Ritchie. 58 Bed 

ford Road, Halifax, N.S 

Detroit, Mich., U.S.A 



Sackville, N.B. 
Upham, N.B... 



Widow 

Merchant. 
Widow 



Merchant . 



40 Kent St., Halifax, N.S 

Oxford, N.S 

C/o Bank of British North 

America, 5 Grace St 

London, E.C., Eng 

C/o Vassie & Co., Ltd 

St. John, N.B 

C/o Vassie & Co., Ltd 

St. John, N.B 

9 Pagan Place, St. John, 

N.B 

Bav Verte, N.B 

St. Martins, N.B 



1 



Carried forward 55, 532 



53,485 



306 
30 

25 
25 



50 
10 
10 

20 

171 

4 



18 
4 
2 
9 
4 

121 
3 
4 



13 
4 

50 

25 

12 

35 
32 



25 
33 

159 

6 

25 

5 

400 

237 

3 

2 

21 

2 

12 

17 

13 

50 

2 

10 

10 



S 5,348,500 



30,600 
3,000 

2,500 

2,500 

800 

5,000 
1,000 
1,000 

2,000 

17,100 

400 

600 

1,800 
400 
200 
900 
400 

12,100 
300 
400 



500 

1,300 

400 

5,000 

2,500 

1,200 

3,500 
3,200 

900 

2,500 
3,300 



15,900 

600 

2,500 

500 
40,000 

23,700 

300 

200 

2,100 

200 



1,200 

1,700 

1,300 

5,000 

200 

1,000 

1,000 

5,553,200 



104 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 
Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



Name. 
Nom. 


Description. 


Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 


Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 


Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 


Brought forward 






55,532 
10 

2 
11 

22 

5 

1 
5 

■ 10 

34 

1 

21 

10 

2 

27 

50 
5 

20 
3 

20 

15 

2 
7 

51 
55 

8 
4 

31 

11 

32 
20 

5 

16 
76 
53 

3 


$ 5,553,200 

1 ooo 


Victoria Public Hospital, Chas. A. Sampson, Sec- 
Treas . . 




Fredericton, N.B 


Vincent, Thomas N 


(Not known) 

Spinster 


C/o Manchester, Robert- 
son & Allison, Ltd., St. 
John, N.B 






200 




The Grosvenor, Hollis St., 
Halifax, N.S 






11 


1 lOO 


Vo^ght, Ann?^ 


Theobalds, North End, 
Burgess Hill, Sussex, 
Eng 






Widow 

Merchant 


2,200 


Vooght , Anna M 


The Hayes, 97 Blenheim 
Gardens, Wallington, 
Surrey, England 

North Sydney, N.S 

C/o Mis.s Wainwright, P. 

O. Dept., Ottawa, Ont.. 
214 Peel St., Montreal, 

P.Q 




Vooght, Arthur Thos 


50O 
100 


Vooght, Janie 


Widow 


500 


Wainwright, Harriet Isabel 






Walbank, Isabel M 


li 


1,000 




Mechanical engineer. 
Married 


3,400 


Walbank, W. McLea, Jr 


60, Russell Terrace, Lea- 
mington Spa, Eng 

183 Cumberland St., To- 
ronto, Ont 


100 


Wall, Laura 




Wallace, John 


Railway conductor. . 
Spinster 


2,100 




1,000 


Wallis, Bessie 


45 Willow St., Halifax, 
N.S 






Merchant ... 


200 




120-126 Upper Water St., 
Halifax, N.S 






Manufacturer 

Farmer 

Farmer and wife. . . . 
Farmer 


2,700 


Ward, Fred. J 


C/o John P. Mott & Co., 

Halifax, N.S 

Chipman, N.B 




Ward, John, sr 


5,000 
500 


Ward, John, and Mary J. Ward 




2,000 


Ward, Wm 


a 


300 


Wark, Helena A. S 


Spinster 

Widow 

Minor 

Physician 


Aldersyde, Castle Rock, 
Ireland 






2,000 


Warlock, Bessy B 


30 Wellington Row, St. 
John, N.B 






1,500 


Wameford, Harry McNeil 


Hampton, N.B 


200 


Wameford, Percv H 




70O 


Warwick, Geo. R 


President Warwick 
Bros. & Rutter, 
Ltd 

Gentleman 

Spin.sfer 


C/o Warwick Bros. & 
Rutter, Limited, 401 
King St. W., Toronto. . . 

24 Bloor St. East, Toronto 

34 Orange St., St. John, 
N.B . 




Warwick, Guy F 


5,100 
5,500 


Warwick, Ida M 








800 


Warwick, estate of 0. H 


C/o 0. H. Warwick Co. 
Ltd., St. John, N.B 

General Office, Bank of 
Nova Scotia, Toronto. . . 

C/o National Provincial 
Bank of England, Ltd., 
The Hard, Portsmouth, 
Eng 

Apartment 8, Lincoln 
Apts., 49 Lincoln Ave., 
Montreal, Que 

Costalia, Grand Manan, 
N.B 




Waters, D 


Asst. gen. mgr.. 
Bank of Nova 
Scotia 


400 






Watson, Eliza Viets 


Married 


3,100 


Watson, Jessie 


it 


1,100 


Watt, Charles 


Merchant 


3,200 




Spinster 


2,000 


Watt, Lillian Vernon 


C/o Equitable Trust Co., 
618 Fifth Ave., New 
York, U.S.A 

C/o Brown Bros. & Co., 
153 Granville St., Hali- 
fax, N.S 

125 Fitzrov St., Charlotte- 
town, P.E.I 

129 Fitzroy St., Charlotte- 
town, P.E.I 

1106 Borland Bldg., 105 
South LaSalle St., Chi- 
cago, U.S.A 




man 


Druffcist 


50O 


Weeks, Arthur W 


Retired merchant... 
It 

Real Estate 


1,600 


Weeks, Wm. A 


7.600 


Wells, John E " 


5,300 






300 


Carried forward 


56, 180 


5,618,000 



SHAREHOLDERS I\ CHARTERED BANKS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



105 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Wells. Mary 



Brought forward . 



Wells, Mary, guardian (or Eleanor May Wella. 

Wells, Preston A 

Wells, Thos. E 

Wentworth, James 

Wentzell, Howard William 



W'entzell, H. W., exr. and tru.'Jtee estate John W. 

Wentzell 

West, A. W., trustee estate of 



West, Charles E., exr. estate of J. T. West,. 



West, John C 

Wetherby & Co., W. H 

Wetmore, A. H., exr. estate of Louisa C. Dearborn 



Wetmore, Frederick H 

Wetmore, Maude H 

Whelan, Anna M. Macleod. 



Whelan, Fred. W., in trust for Mary Mahoney.. 

White, Hon. Albert S 

White, Charlotte D 



White, Douglas Vincent. 



White, Helen G. 
White, James E . 



White, Louise Gerow, in trust for Charles T. White, 

jr., and Louisa A. White 

White, Marianne V 



White, Mary E... 
White, Walter W. 



White, Walter W., in trust for Mary W. White. . 

Whitman, John Eraser 

Whitman, John F., guardian Katherine Hazen 

Whitman 

Whitman, Louisa 

Whitman, William Smith 



Whitney, Fanny C 

Wickwire. Annie A 

Wickwire, Margaret L 

Wier, Joseph B., and Esson, Mrs. Agnes, guardians 



Wiggins, Ada B., exrx. estate of Geo. C. Wiggins 

Wiggins, Mary, estate of 

Wigginton, George, exr. estate of 

Wilby, Harriette 



Wilcox, estate of C. S. 



Wilcox, E. Gertrude. 
Wilkie, D.R 



Wilkinson, W.S 

Carried forward . 



Widow . 



Real estate 

Retired merchant.. 

Merchant 



Gentleman 

Investment brokers 

Manager wholesale 

grocery 



Physician and sur- 
geon 

Married 



Carpenter 

Judge SupremeCourt 
Widow 



Student . 

Married . 
Retired . 



Married . 
Widow.. 



Spinster . 
Surgeon . 



Gentleman. 



Widow 

Stipendiary magis 

trate 

Married 

Widow 



(Not known). 



Widow . 



Widow . 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



c/o Est. T. E. Wells, 1014 
Royal Insurance Bldg., 
Chicago, U.S. A 



Truro, N.S 

245-249 Barrington St., 
Halifax, N.S 



c/o Frank S. West, Pugs- 
ley Bldg., St. John, N.B. 

c/o E. Sidney Crowley, 
Wolfville, N.S 

57 John St., Halifax, N.S.. 

P.O. Box 99, Halifax.N.S. 

175 Canterbury St., St. 
John, N.B 



Hampton, N.B 

175 Canterbury St., St 

John, N.B 

c/o C. Pratt Whelan, 48 

Dame St., Dublin, Ire 
Sussex, N.B 



c/o V. S. White & Co., St. 

John, N.B 

71 Sydney St., St. John, 

N.B ,. 

84 Germain St., St. John, 
N.B 



Sussex, N.B 

Gogar House, Cor.stor 

phine, Midlothian, Scot 

land 

1228-20th Ave. North 

Seattle, Wash., U.S.A.. 
71 Svdney St., St. John 

N.B 



Annapolis Royal, N.S. 



Widow 

Pres. & Gen. Mgr 
Imperial Bank of 
Canada 



Branch bank mana- 
ger 



Hantsport, N.S 

Summerside, P.E.I 

Kentville, N.S 

61 Hollis St., Halifax, N.S 

c/oHauptmann V. Frank 
enberg, Bahnhof Str. 63, 
Allenstein Ostpr, Ger 
many 

32 Morris St., Halifax, N.S 

c/o Hadley B. Tremain 

Windsor, N.S — .... 

c/o T. Henry Smith, 
admr. Tryon, P.E.I 

c/o Henry Orbe, The 
Manor House, Kneb- 
worth, Hertfordshire, 
Eng 

c/o E. Gertrude Wilcox, 
P.O. Box 423, Windsor, 
N.S 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



c/o Imperial Bank of Can- 
ada, Toronto, Ont 

Gagetown, N.B 



56, 180 



18 
3 
3 
3 

12 



40 
34 

78 



73 
12 
15 



7 
i 

10 

11 
10 
15 

143 

1 
23 

23 

18 

100 



107 

12 

7 

2 
47 

4 
12 

7 
63 



10 
17 



16 
4 

136 



3 
10 



31 
1 



t 5,618,000 

1,800 
300 
30O 
300 

1,200 

4,000 

3,400 

7,800 

7,300 
1,200 
1,500 

700 

400 

1,000 

1,100 
1,000 
1,500 

14,300 

100 
2,300 

2,300 

1.800 

10,000 

200 

10,700 

1,200 

700 

200 
4,700 

400 
1,200 

700 
6,300 



1,000 
1,700 



1,600 
400 

13,600 



300 
1,000 



3,100 
100 



57.327 



5, 732, 700 



106 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



Name. 
Nom. 


Description. 


Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 


Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d 'actions. 


Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
paye. 


T^rnuerht forward . . 






57,327 

'no 

8 
6 

15 

25 
40 

50 
10 
30 
39 

6 
30 

31 

4 
10 

5 
5 

43 

21 

57 

93 

2 

10 
38 

15 

22 

62 

4 
4 
4 
4 

3 

4 

37 

37 

9 

28 
28 
16 
6 
6 
20 
20 

5 


S 5,732,700 


Willcox, Grace F 


Married 

it 

Farmer 

Widow 

Tea importer 

Widow 


8 Birch Hill Road, New- 
tonville, Mass., U.A.S. . 

Granville Centre, N.S 

Tupperville, N.S 




Willet, Bessie Shaw Delap 


11,000 
800 


Willett, Frank H 


600 


Willett, Helen M 


2953 Linden Ave., Berke- 
lev, Calif., U.S.A 

30 Broad St., Boston, 
Mass., U.S.A 

Clementsport, N.S 

30 Broad St., Boston, 
Mass., U.S.A 

17 Church St., Halifax, 
N.S 




Williams, Horace D. H 


1,500 




2,500 
4,000 


Williams, Stillman P 


Tea importer 

Gentleman 




Willis, John . 


5,000 




1,C00 


Wilson estate of Alexander 


17 South Hollis St., Hali- 
fax, N.S 

19 Paddock St., St. John, 
N.B 




Wilson, Elizabeth 


Widow 

Married 


3,000 




3,900 


Wilson, Emma L 


8 Davenport St., North 
Cambridge, Mass, 
U.S.A 

151 King St. E., St. John, 
N.B 




Wilson, Jarvis 


Merchant and broker 

President Boivin, 
Wilson & Co., Ltd. 

Tailor; plumber 

Married 


600 




3,000 


Wilson, Joseph M 


c'o Boivin, Wilson & Co. 
Ltd., Montreal, P.Q.... 

72 Germain St., St. John, 
N.B 




Wilson, Le Baron, and George Blake, trustees 
Thomas Amos Godsoe . 


3,100 




400 


Wilson, Margaret Y 


P.O.Bos358,Halifax,N.S. 
22 High Street, Meb-ose, 

Mass., U.S.A 

Fairville, N.B 


1,000 


Wilson, Sarah Anna 


Widow 




Wilson, Thomas H . . . 


Druggist 


500 
500 


Wishart, Dr. John 


Surgeon 


195 Dufferin Ave., London, 
Ont 






Married 


4,300 


Wiswell, Emily Sarah . . 


144 South St.. Halifax, 
N.S 






11 


2,100 


Witton, Agnes 


7 Ravenscliffe Ave., Ham- 
ilton, Ont 






Manufacturer 


5,700 


Witton, Harry B 


t( tt 
S.John, N.B '.'. 


9,300 


Women's Christian Temperance Union of St. John 
Wood, Major Herbert Wm. W 


200 


Retired 


93 South Park St., Halifax, 
N.S 






Lt. Gov. of N.B... 

Electrician; Trade 
Commissioner, 
Bristol 


1,000 


Wood, Hon. Josiah. 


Sackville, N.B 


3,800 


Wood, William Gavin, and Amaud, Elias DeBar- 
baran, trustees 


c/oW. G.Wood, 1221 Lom- 
bard St., San Francisco, 
Calif., U.S.A 

23 Carlton St., Halifax, 
N.S 








Woodill, Evelina 


Widow 


1,500 




It 


2,200 


Woodman, Mary M 


2 Wellington Row, St. 
John, N.B 






Widow and Spinster 

It 


6,20Q 


Woods, Bertha T., and Georgie R. Woods 


51 Sydnev Street, St. John, 
N.B 


400 


Woods, Bertha T., and Katie Woods 


t( tt 
Granville, N.S 


400 


Wooster, estate of Mary 


400 


Worthylake, Janie Harriet 


Widow 


Windsor, N.S 


400 


Wright, Eliza 


It 


8 Richmond St., St. John, 
N B 






It 


300 


Wright, Florence May 


222 First Ave., Ottawa, 
Ont 






Spinster 


400 


Wright, M. Millicent . . 


Room 20 Exchange Bldg., 
142 Hastings St. West, 

Vancouver, B.C) 

it it 

Summerside, P.E.I 

Fairville, N.B 




Wright, Richmond Harold 


Broker 


3,700 
3,700 




Married 


900 


Yeats, Helen M 


Spinster . ... 


2,800 


Yeats, estate of Isabella 






2,800 


Yeoman, Elizabeth 


Widow 


47 Inglis St., Halifax, N.S. 
it tt 

Bridgetown, N.S 


1,600 


Yeoman, Robert Forsythe 


Clerk 


600 


Young, Abram 




600 


Young, Benjamin F 


Lumberman 

Accountant . 


Callaway, Neb., U.S.A. 

Nurses Home, Royal Vic- 
toria Hospital, Mon- 


2,000 


Young, Daniel P 


2,000 


Young, Frances Rand 


Spinster-Nurse . . 






500 








Carried forward 


58,349 


5,834,900 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



107 



Name. 
Nom. 



Brought forward . 
Young, Margaret 



Description. 



Widow.. 

Young, T. Kenneth Mariner. 



Montreal Register. 



Ambrose, Edward Herbert. 



Baines, Egerton B 

Barker, C. Woodville, and Edith May Barker. 
Campbell, estate of Robert 



Cochran, Bessie -Amelia. 
Coleman, Maud M 



CoUis-Sandes, Maurice J. 



Cornish, Mary Mansell. 
Davis, Harry E 



Barrister at law. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



Kentville, N.S. "Fair- 
view" 



Bank clerk 

Farmer and wife. . . . 



Spinster. 
Widow. . , 



Solicitor. 



Married. . . 
Merchant . 



Drolet, Amable Napoleon Merchant 

Ea.s3on, C. H., in trust for H. C. McLeod ' Branch bank mgr. . 

*Evans, Fred W., and t James W. Pvke i 'Insurance mgr; 

fmerchant 



Fairie, Annie L.. . 
Ferrie, Campbell 



Friedman, Hirsch N. 



Widow. 



Mgr. Hamilton Pro- 
vident and Loan 
Society 

Whol. clothier 



c/'o Mewburn & Ambrose, 

Hamilton, Ont 

Toronto, Ont 

Sheffield, N.B 

P. O. box 2023, Montreal, 

P.Q 

New^port, N.S 

210 Bloor St. E., Toronto, 
Ont 

7 Lawrence Pountney Hill, 
L:ondon, Eng 

Vancouver, B.C 

355 Melville Ave., West- 
mount, P.Q 

87 Dalhousie St., Quebec, 
PQ 

Toronto, Ont 



58,349 

27 
4 



26 St. Sacrament St., Mont- 
real, P.Q 

392 Dorchester W., Mont- 
real, P.Q 



Glaubitz, Hugh J Water eommiss'nr. . . 

Graham, Harry C Retired 

*Hanson, Edwin, and tRobb, Arthur M., in trust. *Bankerand broker; 

; tComptroller Mtl. 
Water Power Co. . 



Hamilton, Ont 

322 Notre Dame 
Montreal, P.Q... 

London, Ont 

Annapolis Royal, N.S 



West, 



Hayes, Michael 

Kayter, Capt. Herbert Roche, and Helen Hayter 



Jackson, John Day. 
Joseph, Andrew C 



Keane, Christopher. . . . 
King, Herbert William. 
Lawry, James R 



Lee, John H 

Livingstone, Christina. 



Lj-nds, Ernest W 

McCurdy & Co., F. B. 



McDonald, John Lonzo. 
McDougall & Cowans. . 



McKay, Wm. A 

McPherson, Edgar Allan. 



McWhinnie, John. 



Macleod, Bruce M 

Monro, Isabel Stevenson. 



Montreal City & District Savings Bank. 

Montreal Trust Co 

Moodie, John 



Carried forward . 



Farmer 

Capt., Army Servce 
Corps, and wife.. . 



Publisher 

Comm. merchant. 



Riverman. . 

Farmer 

Gentleman. 



Merchant. 
Widow 



Farmer and trader. . 
Bankers and brokers 



Master mariner. 
Stock brokers. . . 



164 St. James St., Montreal 

P.Q 

New Mills, N.B 



Guide 

Inland Rev. officer. . 



Planter. 



Gentleman. 
Spinster 



Bankers 

Trust Co 

Capitalist and mfr. 



c/o Sir Chas. R. McGregor 
&Co.,25CharlesSt.,St. 
James' Sq., London, S,W 
Eng 

89-90 Crown St., New Ha- 
ven, Conn., USA 

Hochelaga Bank Bldg., 
Quebec, P.Q 

Cross Point, Que 

Granville Ferry, N.S 

3777 Fourth St., San Diego 
Cal., USA 

Woodstock, N.B 

c/o Wm. P. Innes, Simcoe, 
Ont 

Hopewell Cape, N.B 

Yorkshire Bldg., Montreal 

P.Q 

Campbellton, N.B 

95 Notre Dame West, Mon- 
treal, P.Q 

Chaplin Road, N.B 

P. O. box 272, Prescott, 
Ont 

Boston Farm, Zent, Costa 
Rica 

Edmonton, Alta 

54 Morningside Ave. East, 
New York, U.S. A 

Montreal, P.Q 



58,380 



812 Main St.vE., Hamilton 
Ont 



12 
1 
1 

23 
5 

10 

4 
2 

20 

12 
20 



50 
35 

10 

27 
15 

4 



125 
17 



10 

11 

12 

22 

1 

10 
10 

4 
10 

50 
36 



2 
35 

1 

566 
65 

10 



S 5,834,900 

2,700 
400 



5,838,000 



1,259 



1.200 
100 
100 

2.300 
500 

1,000 

400 
200 

2,000 

1,200 
2,000 



5,000 
3,500 

1,000 

2,700 

1,500 

400 



12,500 
1,700 



1,000 

1,100 

1,200 

2,200 

100 

1,000 
1,000 

400 
1,000 

5,000 
3,000 

500 
300 

300 

200 
3,500 

100 

56,600 

6,500 

1,000 



125.900 



108 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v.. A. 1914 
Bank of Nova Scotia — Banque de la Nouvelle-Ecosse. 



Name. 

Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of sfiares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



Brought forward . 
Nelles, Cfiritsie A 



New Brunswick Telephone Co., Ltd. 

Ottmann, James H 

Park, Edith 

Parker, Edward F 

Peace, Ann Eliza 



Peace, Daniel J 

Penna, William Arthur 

Pitblado, John 

Prudential Trust Co., Limited. 
Randall, Charles P 



Ready, Mary 

Ready, Thomas Louis. 
Riddell&Co., A. F.... 



Rubovits, Rae L 

Sedgwick, Lee M 

Van Hook, Wendell. 
Walmsley, Joseph . . . 



Married. 



Telephone business. 

Bank clerk 

Married 

Merchant 

Married 



Merchant 

Clerk 

Stock broker 

Trust Co 

Comm. merchant. 

Spinster 

Brewer 

Stock brokers 



Married 

Real estate 

Retired 

Inse. underwriters. 



Walmsley, Joseph, and John D. Chipman, joint 
managers in trust 

Walmsley, Joseph, and John D. Chipman, vice- 
president, in trust 

White, Douglas Vincent 



•Willett, Bessie Shaw DeLap. 
Williams, Mary Blanche 



Student. 

Married. 
Widow.. 



2479 Parkwood Ave., To- 
ledo, Ohio, U.S. A 

St. John, N.B 

Hamilton, Ont 

Newcastle, N.B 

Yarmouth, N.S 

55 East A-ve., North, Ham- 
ilton, Ont 

Hamilton, Ont 

St. Stephen, N.B 

Montreal, P.Q 



321ErieSt.,OakPark,Ill. 

U.S. A 

Fairville, N.B 



80 St. Francois Xavier, 
Montreal, P.Q 

4812 Prairie Ave., Chicago 
111., USA 

Kansas City, Missouri, 
U.S.A 

P. O. box 553, Santa Mon- 
ica, Cal., U.S.A 

32 Church St.. Toronto, 
Ont 



71 Sydney St., St. John, 

N.B 

Granville Centre, N.S 

Clementsport, N.S 



Montreal register. 

Halifax register. . 
Total 



1,259 

8 
84 

2 
24 
15 

5 

15 

4 

5 

75 

20 
10 
10 

25 
2 

10 

10 
5 

20 
5 

1 

4 
2 



1,620 



58, 380 



60,000 



$ 125,900 

800 
8,400 

200 
2,400 
1,500' 

500 

1,500 

400 

500- 

7,500 

2,000- 
1,000 
1,000 

2,500 
200 

1,000 

1,000 
500 

2,000 

500 

100 
400 
200 



162,000 



5,838,000 



6,000,000 



We hereby certify that the foregoing List of Shareholders is correct and in 
accordance with the books of the Bank. 

H. A. RICHARDSON, 

General Manager. 



A. L. MacDONALD, 

Chief Accountant. 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 



109 



BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA. 



BANQUE DE L'AMERIQUE BRITANNIQUE DU NORD. 



Value of Share, £50.— Valeur de chaque action, £50. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Ablett, Delphine Blanche. 

Acadia Fire Insurance Co. . 
Adair, Desmond 



Adair, Isabella Anna 

Mary Elizabeth Constance Adair. 
Adam, Joseph 



Adams, Edward Duckett. 
Adams, Mary Louisa 



Adams, Samnel, deceased. 
Adamson, Joanna Maria . . . 



Adlington, Louisa Wilkinson. 

Agnew, Letitia French 

Aitken, Susan Elizabeth 

Alexander, Agnes Gertrude. . 



Alexander, Bertha Marion 

Alexander, Constance Marjory 

Alexander, Emily Harriett Catherine. 
Alexander. Helen Augusta , 



Allan, Ann 

Arthur, Percy Allan. 



Allan. Charlotte Elizabeth. 
Allan, Margaret Wilson 



AllejTi, Charles Ernest 

Allingham, Harold Stanley. 



Allison, Jane Grant 

Allison, Mary Rebecca. 
Almack, William 



Alment, Iris Thornton. 



Almon, Andrew Uniacke 

Almon, Frances Anna Matilda Egan. 

Alumm of King's College 

Amphlett, Charles Grove 



Anderson, Anne Catherine. 



Anderson, Caroline 

Fitzgerald Uniacke Anderson. 

Anderson, Fitzgerlad Uniacke 

Anderson, James 

Anderson, James 

Anderson, Mary 



Anderson, Rupert Darnley. 

Anderson. Sarah Jane 

Anderson, Sarah Jane 

George Rowlings '. 

Anderson, Zelicia Alicia. . . . 
Andrews, Bertha Miller. . . . 



Angel, Mary Letitia. 



Carried forward. 



Description. 



Widow. 



Esquire. 



Widow 

Spinster 

Gentleman. 



Merchant. 
Widow 



Esquire., 
Spinster . 



Married . 
Spinster. 



Married , 
Spinster. 



Widow 

Gentleman. 



Married 
Spinster. 



Gentleman. 



Spinster 

Married . . . 
Clergyman. 

Married . . . 



Gentleman. 
Married . . . 



Captain. 
Spinster. 



Widow 

Physician. 



Gentleman. 

Banker 

Widow 



Gentleman. 

Widow 

Widow 

Carpenter... 
Married . . . 



Post Office Address. 
Adres.se. 



192, Boulevard Malesher- 
bes, Paris 

Halifax, N.S 

Whiteways, Farnham, Sur- 
rey 

Northern Bank, Donegal! 
Square, W., Belfast 

Dunarthur, Victoria road, 
Gourock 

Halifax. N.S 

Lalpuri, Silchester Road, 
Kingstown, Co. Dublin. 

Ardilea, Silchester Road, 
Kingstown, Co. Dublin. 

13, Lypiatt Terr., Chelten- 
ham 

Brookfield, N.S 

Liverpool, N.S 

Kemback, Cupar, Fife. . . . 

Danesacre, Worthy Road, 
Winchester 



39 Old Broad St., EC... 

House of Prayer, Pleshey, 
Chelmsford 

41 Croham Road, South 
Croydon 

Neptune Lodge, 58 Croy- 
don Road , Penge 

Montreal, P Q 

c/o Rev. J. M. Allan, The 
Manse, Curling, Bay of 
Islands, Newfoundland. . 

Quebec, P.Q 

66 Palmerston Road, East 
Sheen, S.W 

Wei ton, Weymouth, Eng. 

Hantsport, N.S 

Ospringe Vicarage Favei^ 
sham 

The Rectory, Drakestown 
Navan, Co. Meath 

Ottawa, Ont 

Halifax, N S 

Windsor, N.S 

Four Ashes Hall, Stour- 
bridge 

3 Warriston Cres., Edin 
burgh 

Halifax, N.S 



Guelph, Ont 

Montreal, P.Q 

Yewlands, Felsham, Bury 

St. Edmunds, Suffolk. 
WaverleyAbbey, Farnham 

Petpeswick, N.S 

Petpeswick, N.S \ 

Musquodoboit, N.S / 

Montreal, Que 

Hill Crest, Hook Road, 

Sheringham, Norfolk 

17, Banbury Road, Oxford 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d 'actions. 



7 
30 

1 

7 

10 
10 

6 

4 

20 

14 

2 

4 

3 
5 
3 
2 



4 
16 

18 



3 
3 
6 

12 

6 
5 
1 
3 

15 

4 

12 

'13 

32 

1 

50 

28 
8 

2 

4 

5 

2 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



386 



350 
1,500 

50 

350 

500 
500 

300 

200 

1,000 
700 
100 
200 

1.50 
250 
150 
100 

150 

200 
800 



900 
100 

150 
150 
300 

600 

300 

250 

50 

150 

750 

200 

600 

650 

1,600 

50 

2,500 

1,400 

400 

100 

200 

250 
100 



19,300 



110 DEPARTMENT OF FINAIS^CE 

4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 

Bank of British North America— Banque de TAmerique Britannique du Nord. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Brought forward 

Ansell, Anne Frances Madeleine Spinster.. 



Apps, Albert William 

App.s, Alfred 

Archbold, Frances Henry Walter.... 
Archbold, Francis Henry Walter..) 
The Ea.stern Trust Company./ 
ArchilDald, Clarence Holford 



Charles Falcon Archibald. 
Archibald, Luther Bracette.... 

Cyrus Witter Archibald. . . 

Alexander John Campbell.. 
Ardagh, Anne 



Ardagh, Arthur William. 
Ardagh, Ellen 



Ardagh, Gertrude 

Ardagh, Henry 

Ardagh, Henry 

Mark Mortimer Cassidy. 



Ardagh, Robert Michael 

Ardagh, Robert Michael . . . 

Arthur William Ardagh . 

Ardagh, Vernon Langley 



Ardagh, William Stafford Ambrose. 
Armstrong, Edith 



Armstrong, Jane Elizabeth 

Amaud, John Macaulay 

Arnold, Ada Caroline Margaret 

Arnold, Emma Charlotte Georgiana.. 

Arnold, Henrj- Abel 

Arnold, Mabel Caroline Frances 

Arnold, Maria Emily 

Ashmore, Rosa Gloag 

Asquith, Violet 



Atkey, Joseph Douglas Ratsey 

Atkinson, Charles Edwin 

Attwood, Thomas Arthur Carless. 



Austin, Frederick, St. Clair. 
Avery, Edwina Georgiana. . . 



Bagot, Villiers Spencer. 



Bailey, Loring Woart. . . 
Baily, Mary Alexandra. 
Bainbrigge, Alice Anne. 



Baines, Horace 

Baker, Seymour Creighton 

Baldwin, Edward 

Balfour, Frederick Robert Stephen. 
Balfour, Robert 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions 



Gentleman.. 
tt 

Clergyman.. 
Esquire 



Barrister., 
Spinster... 



Clerk in holy orders 
Spinster 



Carried forward. 



Esquire 

Reverend. 

Esquire... . 



Clerk in holy orders . 
Esquire 



Assage Lodge, Fountain 

Road, L'pper Norwood . 

Brantford, Ont 



Halifax. N.S. 



1 

Milton Lodge, Twicken-j 

ham [ 

Rusland Hall, Ulverston.J 

Truro, N.S 



Pouldrew, Portlaw, Co. 

Waterford 

The Rectorv, Finglas, Co 

Dublin 

Pouldrew, Portlaw, Co. 

Waterford 



The Chestnuts, Pinner, 
Middlesex 



Pouldrew, Portlaw, Co. 
Waterford 



Esquire, M.D. 
Spinster 



Lieutenant, R.N.. . 
Spinster 



Clerk in holj- orders 

. Spinster 

Married 

Widow 

Spinster 



Esquire.. 
Farmer. . 
Esquire.. 

Farmer. . 
Married 



Lieutenant-Colonel . 



Gentleman. 
Spinster 



Woollen Mfr. . 

Merchant 

Butcher 

Esquire 

Baronet, M.P. 



The Rectors', Finglas, Co. 

Dublin..." 

Pouldrew, Portlaw, Co 

Waterford 

Haslemere, Surrey 

2, Victoria Road, Clapham 

S.W 

2, Victoria Road, Clap- 
ham, S.W 

R.N. Rifle Range, Ricaso 

Malta 

94, Marina, St. Leonards- 

on-Sea 

94, Marina, St. Leonards- 

on-Sea 

The Parsonage, Alsager, 

Cheshire 

2, Kelveden, 39, High St., 
Highgate, N 

3, Bellevue Terrace, Cole- 
rane 

106 Gloucester Terrace, 
Hyde Park, W 

10, Downing Street, Lon- 
don, S.W 

Lisbume, Cowes, I. of W.. 

Maccan, N.S 

7, Hyde Park, Mansions 
London, W 

Pincher Creek, Alta 

7, Carmalt Gardens, Put- 
nev, S.W 

26, Charles Street.Berkley 
Square, W 

Fredericton, N.B 

Brant Broughton, Newark 

c/o S. Dobree, & Sons, 
Tokenhouse Yard, Lon- 
don, E.C 

"Ashville," Park Street, 
Morlev, near Leeds, 

Yarmouth, N.S 



5, Sea vale Road, Clevedon 
Somerset 

Pinners Hall, Austin Friars 
London, E.C 

7, Gracechurch Street, 
London, E.C 



386 

25 
4 
4 
2 

10 



15 

10 

10 

10 
15 
15 

10 



5 

10 

10 
10 

11 

6 

9 

11 

29 
5 

18 

4 

44 

8 

4 

15 

7 
3 

10 

5 

11 

3 



10 
1 



22 

25 

8 



832 



SHAREHOLDERS IX CHARTERED BANKS 111 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 
Bank of British North America — Banque de I'Am^rique Britannique du Nord. 



Name. 
Nona. 



Ballantine, 



Brought forward. 
Robert 



Barkley, Lily. 



Barlow, Eleanor Amelia. 



Barnes, Henry Wisdom 

Baronsfeather, William Nicol, deceased. 

Julia Jane Baron.sfeather 
Barratt, Walter 



Barrett, Charles Rollo. 



Kennett Jeken Kingsford . 



Barrett, Mary Anne Elizabeth. 



Barrie, Emily. 



Barry, Jeremiah Haj'es., 

Barry, Agnes 

Barss, Spurgeon 

Barton, Dulcibella 



Barton, John Maynard. 



Barton, Robert Childers. 



Bartram, Robert Appleby. 



Bartrum, Walter Eccleston. 



Bate, Clementina Jane 

Bate, Xewell 

Henry James Taylor 

Battiscombe, Maria Isabella. 



Bauld, Henry Gibson 

Baxter, Jessie Margaret Ramsay.. 



Bazalgette, Edward. 



Bazalgette, Theresa Philo. 



Beachcroft, Richard Melvill. .. 

Henry Awdry Beachcroft. 

Henry John Gepp 

Beadon, Richard William 



Bealby, Alfred. 



Beale, Anna Chrj-sogon.. 



Beck, Robert Alexander. 



Bedford, Gilbert 

Beilby, Ernest George., 



Beken, Alfred Edward 

Belcher, Mary Elizabeth 

Bell, Andrew Mackinlay , 

Bell, Andrew Mackinlay 

Alfred Joseph Bell 

Bell, Bessie Elder 

Alfred Joseph Belli 

Bell, Bessie Elder 

Mary Morton Bell 

Bell, Francis Hugh 

George Alexander Jamison. 
Bell, John Albert 



Bell, Sophia- 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Gentleman.. 



Spinster., 
Married 



Publisher. 
Widow 



Esquire, F.G.S., 
L.S 



NumbeV 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



4 & 5, Honey Lane Market, 
Cheapside, E.C 

12, Langdale Road, Scar- 
borough 

The Peaks, Victoria Drive 
Bognor 

Halifax. N.S 



Esquire., 



Married 



Lawyer. . . 

Widow 

Merchant. 
Spinster... 



Esquire., 



Shipbuilder. 
Esquire 



W'idow 

Gentleman., 

Brewer 

Married . . . 



C.M.S. Hospital, Pakhoi, 



Merchant. 
Married . . 



Esquire.. 
Spinster., 



Knight 

Esquire 

Clerk in holj' orders . 
Gentleman 



Esquire.. 
Spinster., 



Carried forward. 



Gentleman. 



Farmer. 
Esquire. 



Chemist. . 

Widow 

Merchant. 



Insurance agent . 

Spinster 

Gentleman 

Spinster 



Royal Colonial Institute, 
London, S.W 

WhitehiU Hall, Chester-) 
le-Street \ 

8, Brunswick Garden^, 
Kensington, W J 

Care of R. H. Clerk, Esq., 
157 St. James Street, 
Montreal, P.Q 

Cliff Lodge, Eldon Street, 
Greenock 

Fredericton, N.B 

Chester, X.S 

Halifax, N.S 

Glendalough House, Anna- 
moe, Greystones, Co. 
Wicklow 

Saxohurst, New Milton, 
Hampshire 

Glendalough House, Anna- 
nioe, Greystones, Co. 
Wicklow 

Thomhill Park, Sunder- 
land 

10, Arg%-Il Road, Kensing- 
ton, W 

Ottawa, Ont 

Ottawa, Ont 1 

St. Catharines, Ont / 

Care of Little & Mills, 
Stroud, Gloucestershire 

Halifax, N.S 

Tophead, Stanley, Perth- 
shire 

Cherney, 24, Arthur Road, 
Wimbledon Park 

1.3, The Grange, Wimble- 
don, Surrey 

9, TheobaldsRoad,Londonj 

East Sheen, Surrey \ 

New College, Oxford | 

Woodgate, near Wellington 

Somerset 

Heathfield, Murray Road, 

Wimbledon, Surrey 

Rosare, South Woodches- 

ter, near Stroud 

"Hawick," Alexandra Rd, 

Worthing 

Campbellford, Ont 

Care of Messrs. Beilby &' 

Gregor, C.A., 4, Forres 

Street, Edinburgh 

Blenheim House, I.of W.. 
Halifax, N.S 



Barrister.., 
Physician.. 
Surgeon 



Spinster.. 



Ship Harbour, N.S 

The Gables, Aylesbury, | 

Bucks i 

Mineholm, 5, Clarendon 

Road, Southsea 



832 

10 

6 

2 

10 



5 

20 



7 

10 

2 

3 



6 
4 

19 

3 

5 
15 

10 

2 
53 

5 

12 
55 



1 

15 



10 
6 

8 
2 

10 

2 
2 

7 

5 
1 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay4. 



41,600 

500 

300 

100 
500 

250 

250 
1,000 



200 

350 
500 
100 
150 



300 
200 

950 

150 

250 
750 

500 

100 
2,650 

250 

600 

2.750 

100 

400 

50 

750 

150 
100 

500 
300 
400 
100 

500 
100 
100 
350 

250 
50 



1,189 



59,450 



112 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 
Bank of British North America — Banque de TAmerique Britannique du Nord. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Brought forward . 
Bennett, Frances 



Bennett, James Allen 

Benest, Mary Ann 

Bent, Frank Forman 

Bethune, Louisa Morland 

Geraldine Price Bethune. 
Bethune, Mary Louisa 



Biddle, Marj- Ann Elizabeth. 
Biddulph, George Toumay . . . 



William Henry Campbell, deceased . 
Bigger, Margaret 



Widow., 



Esquire.. 
Spinster.. 
Dentist. . 
Spinster. 

Married 

Widow... 
Esquire.. 



Spinster. 



Billingslev, Anne : Widow. 

Binney, John Edward Hibbert Clergyman. 



Binney, William Hibbert 
Bint, Frederick Alfred.. . . 



Gentleman., 
Bint, Georgina Married . .-. 



Bird, Martha Elizabeth .■ 

Aline Cecilia Payne 

Bird, Mary 

Bird, Martha Elizabeth 

Edward Henry Lble Reeve tClerk in holy orders 

William Barrott Montfort Bird Solicitor. 



Bischoff, Thomas William. 



Black, Albert Seymour 

Black, Annie 

Black, Charles Hibbert 

William Alexander Black. 
Black, Florence Maude 



Black, Jane Frances. 



Black, John Ferguson 

Black, Muriel Longfellow. 
Blacker, Arthur 



Blacker, Latham 

Blain, Florence 

Bland, Frances Sarah Margaret 

Bliss, John Worthington 

Bliss, Minnie Frances Kate Archer., 



Bliss, Pattie Louise 

Bliss, William Blowers. 



Board of the Presbj'terian College. 
Boby, Ethel Mary 



Boby, Margaret Annie — 
Bolton, Charles Perceval. 



Esquire. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Mer Vue, Booterstown, Co 

Dublin 

Stanhope, Villa, Hertford . 
Sid Court, Redhill, Surrey 
Oxford, N.S 

Montreal, P.Q 



Number 
of shares. 



Amount 
Paid. 



Nombre | Montant 
d'actions. | pay6. 



Merchant. 
Married . . 
Esquire... 



Widow., 



Spinster.. 



Physician. 
Spinster..., 
Esquire... . 



Commissarj- Gen... . 

Widow 

Spinster 

Clerk in holy order 
Spinster 



Clerk in holy order 

Spinster 

Esquire 



30, Hereford Square, Sout! 

Kensington, S. W 

Kingsland, Seaton, Devon. 
43, Charing Cross, London 

S.W 

30, Lancaster Gate, Lon- 
don, W 

Carnamuff, Carrichne, Co. 

Derrv 

Quebec, P.Q 

Villa Mirador, Pau, B.-P., 

France 

The Vicarage, Northwich . 
76, Bonsfield Road, New 

Cross, London, S.E 

Trevor House, 76, Bonsfield 
Road, St. Catharine's 

Park, S.E 

34, Ovington Square, 

London, S.W 

4, Alfred Place West, South 
Kensington, S.W 

Croft Villa, EaelescUff, 
Durham 

5, Gray's Inn Square, 
London, W.C 

5, Stondon Massei' Rectory 
Brentwood, Essex 

5, Gray's Inn Square, 
London, W.C 

4, Great Winchester Street 
E.C 

Truro, N.S 

Halifax, N.S 

Charlottetown, P.E.I \ 

Toronto, Ont / 

Care of Messrs. Holt & Co, 
3, Whitehall Place, 
London, S.W 

7, Palace Court, Bays- 
water, W 

Halifax, N.S 

Halifax, N.S 

13, Redcliflfe Street, Red- 
cliffe. Gardens South 
Kensington, S.W 

144, Holland Road, Kens- 
ington, W 

9, Gatestone Road, Upper 
Norwood, S.E 

Greenhill, Lympstone, 
near Exeter 

Betteshanger Rectory, 
Dover, Kent 

Highfield .\bbotts Road, 
Manor Park, Aylesbury. 



New- 



Bompas, Charles Steele Murchison. 

Harold Buckland Bompas 

Alan Chantrey Bompas 



Carried forward. 



Wicken Rectory, 

port, Essex 

Halifax, N.S 

Bloom field. House, Bury 

St. Edmunds, 



Brooke Lodge, Waterford 

4, Great Winchester Street 
E.C 

6, New Square, Lincoln's 
Inn, W.C 

121, Westboume Terrace, 
W 



1,189 

10 
2 

12 
1 

20 



10 
70 



3 
20 

3 
6 

12 



17 
15 

4 
10 



20 
1 

8 



20 



29 

5 

21 

1 



1 

2 

3 

16 

4 

3 
5 

2 
16 

4 
4 
3 

50 



1,630 



81,500 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 113 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 
Bank of British North America — Banque de rAmerique Britannique du Nord. 



Name. 

Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresae. 



' Number i Amount 

of shares. | Paid. 

Nombre Montant 

d'actions. payfe. 



Brought forward . 
Booth, Charles Alexander 



Booth, Francis Filgate. 
Booth, Robert Bell 



Gentleman.. 
Esquire 



Gentleman., 



Bosanquet, Violet Cecilia 'Married. 



Boswell, Andrew William Gentleman., 

Boswell, Charles Edward Allen i " 

Boswell, Charlett Married... . 

Boswell, Joseph Knight Gentleman., 

BosK-ell. Margaret Louisa Spinster 

Boswell, Marion " . . . . 

Boswell, Martha Ada 

Boswell, Mary Jane Widow. 

Boswell, St. George 

Boswell, Vesej- 

Botterell, Sarah 

Botwood, Rose Emlyn 



Avenue, 
County 



Wesley A'illa, Coningsby 

Lincoln 

44, Belmont 

Donnvbrook, 

Dublin 

Lalpuri, Silchester Road, 

Glenaeiearv, Kingstown, 

Co. Dublin 

7, Kensington Gate, 

London, S.W 

Quebec, P.Q 



Boulton, Walter Mountford. 
Henry Gerald Boulton.. 



Bourke, George Deane. 



Bourke, Margaret Augusta. 
Bourke, Marj' Josephine. . . . 
Bourke, Robert John 



Bowen, Annie Barrett 

Bowker, AlexanderGeorge. 



Bowles, Marj'. 



Charles Henrj- McEuen.. 



Civil engineer. 

Gentleman 

Married 



Banff, Alta.. 
Quebec, P.Q. 



Esquire., 



Lieut.-CoLRA.MC. 



Spinster.. 



Esquire., 



Widow 

Gentleman. 



Widow., 



Gentleman., 



Montreal, P.Q 

Briardale, Cauldwell Ave., 

Ipswich 

The Grove, Lowfield 

Heath, Crawley, Sussex 

Care Messrs. Sir C. R. 
McGrigor, Bt. & Co., 25 
Charles Street, London, 
S.W 

The Clents, Richmond, 
Yorks 

The Clents, Richmond, 
Yorks 

The Clents, Richmond 
Yorks 

Columbus, Ohio 

Care of Messrs. Ward, 
Perks, & McKay 85j 
Gracechurch, St.. E.C. .1 

12, Manson Place, Queen's 
Gate, S.W 



Bowley, Charles W'illiam Esquire 



Boxer, Marj- Fox. . . 
Boyd, Anne Mouat . 



James Hotchkis Jameson. . 

James Young 

Frederick Gulov Salvesen. 



Boyd, Sarah Grey 

Boyle, Martha Moore 

David Dorrington Boyle. 

Bradford, Emily Maud 



Bradley, John 

Bradshaw, Robert Connor, deceased. 
Braine, Robert Thomas 

Georgina Brown 

Brayshaw, Thomas Henry 

Breakey, John, deceased 

Bremmer, James John 

Easretn Trust Co., of Halifax 

Brett, Constance 



Briggs, Sarah Ann 

British Union Trust Limited 

Biittain, Russell Kendall 

Herbert Campbell 
William Orr Campbell 

Carried forward 

6—8 




Spinster 

Widow 

Writer to the Signet 

Shipo^-ner 

Spinster 

Married 

Presby. minister. 



2, Sydney Villas, Cod- 
rington Road, Rams- 
gate 

7, York Mansions, Earl's 
Court Road, S.W 

39, Moray Place, Edin- 
burgh 



jLeith. 



Spinster. 



Esquire 

Farmer 

Accountant 

Widow 

Postal superint'dt. . 
Lumber merchant. 
Gentleman 



39, Union Street, Greenock 

14, Kirkliston Drive, 

Bloomfield, Belfast . . . . 
Acton Rise, Henley-on 

, Thames 

iMoville. Ireland 

Thornhill, Manitoba 

Halifax, X.S 



102, Bankside St., Leeds. 

Quebec, P.Q 

Halifax, N.S 



Married. 



Montrose.Fortwil liam 

I Park, Belfast 

iHylton Castle, near Sun- 

I derland 

4, Forres Street, Edin- 
burgh 

'GifTords Hall, Stoke-by- 

! Nayland, Suffolk 

72, Gresham House, Lon- 
don, E.C 



1.630 



20 
48 

8 
7 



20 

3 
3 



10 
1 
3 

15 

1 

16 
4 



14 

20 

8 



1,939 



81.500 
100 

100 

100 



7 


350 


14 


700 


12 


600 


12 


600 


4 


200 


4 


200 


4 


200 


4 


200 


2 


100 


5 


250 


10 


500 


2 


100 



100 
300 

50 

50 

50 

50 
150 

1,000 
2,400 

' 400 
350 

1,000 

250 
150 



500 

50 

150 

750 

50 
800 
200 



700 
1,000 

400 

250 



96, 950 



DEPARTMENT OF FINA^'CE 

4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 

Bank of Briti* North America-Banque de rAmeriqu^Brita^ue duNord. 

Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
paye. 




Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post OfiBce Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre I 
d'actions. 



Brought forward. 
Britten, Jessie Mabella 

Britten, Mary Charlotte 



Brock, Annie Cooper. 
Brodie, John Henry.. 



Spinster 
Widow.. 



Brodrick, Cecil 

The Public Trustee 

Brookes, Dora 

Brookfield, Samuel Manners. 
Brown, Adam 



Esquire.. 
Solicitor 



Spinster. 



Gentleman 
Farmer — 



Brown, Alfred Harbin .. 
Emily Jane BowhiU. 



Brown, Alfred Jobson 

Brown, Catherine Landy. 

Brown, Ernest Alfred 

Brown, Harrison Bir>' 

Brown, Hugh Taylor 



Esquire. 
Married 



Gentleman 
Spinster.... 



Brown, Margaret 

Brown, Margaret Bennett., 

Brown, Oliphant Arthur. . . 



Brown, Richard Henry 

Browne, Agnes Montague 

Browne, Annie Kathleen de Montmorency. 

Browne, Edmund Burke 

John Matthew Galwey Foley 

Browne, William Robert, deceased 



Brownfield, Annie Eliza. ■•■•■■••■•■■ 
Brownfield, Dorothy Anne Constance., 
Bruce Tulloch, Constance Marion 

Brunton, David William 

Bryans, John Lonsdale 



Killarney, The Crescent, 

Maidenhead • • 

Killarney, The Crescent, 

Maidenhead 

Rothesay, N.B •■• 

110, Cannon Street, Lon- 

1 don, EC X" 

Ormond House, 63, Queen 

Victoria Street, E.C 

3 and 4, Clement's Inn, 

Strand, W.C 

Charmouth, Worcester 

Road, Sutton, Surrey... . 
Halifax, N.S • v^v.- ' 

2, Arboretum Road, tdm- 
burgh ■•■••,Wi'" 

55, Carlisle Road, Hove 
The Birches, Burgess Hill 

Sussex 

10, Wilbury Gardens, 
Hove, Sussex 

3, Chapel F.eld Grove, 
I Norwich ; ; r ' 

p„rmer Coppice Farm, Ashley, 

^^'^^^'^ 1 nearAltrincham 

25, Grosvenor Road, West- 
minster, s.w .■■,■■■ 

Ill, French Street, Bridge- 
ton, Glasgow 

10, West Port, Selkirk 

East View, Northumber- 
land Road, Carlisle..... 
"Shiel," Sandy Lane Road 

near Cheltenham i 

Halifax, N.S... ......■••■ 

19, Roland Gardens, South 

Kensington, S.W ■ 

19, Roland Gardens, South 

Kensington, S.W 

Grove Villa, TuUa, Co. 

Qiare 

Fountain' Villa, London- 
derry ■ • • v; ■.■ • ■ 

Northam, Higher Brim 

ley, Teignmouth 

Kingston, Ont 



Artist... 
Esquire 



Married 

Spinster 

Gentleman.... V^f 

Mining manager.. 
Spinster 



Esquire 

Esquire, D.L.,R.I.C 

Gentleman 



Widow... 
Spinster., 
Married 



Mining engineer 
Clerk in holy or 



Glaslvn Court, Crickho- 
well, Breconshire 

Boston Building, Denver 
Colorado, U.S. A 



Buchan-Hepburn, Edith Agnes. 

Buchanan, Mary Jane 

Bull, Ellen Mackey 



Married. 



Knight, M.P. 

Esquire 

Knight, M.P 



Arthur ;C^,,.;" 



holy 



Bull, William 

Arthur Reynolds. . . . 

Bull, William James 

BuUer, Spencer Richard 

. ,j TT u ..Iciergyman, D.C.L. 

Bullock, Reginald Heber Esquire, M.D 

Bunn, Charles Grinling | 

I \f "irriGQ • 

Bunting, Janet Elizabeth Spinster. 

Burchill, Alice Mary '' >< 

Burchill, Edith Lovibond Married 

Burchill, Eliza Bac9n.. Merchant 

Burchill, John Percival Widow. 

Burgess, Emma Caroline Spinster. 

Burgess, Sophia Louisa. 



ders. '". . . . St. John's Vicarage. Builth 

'^^olgg 

Smeaton-Hepburn, Prest- 
onkiik, Scotland 

Vernon, B.C ^ ■ 'i' ' ' ' 

Carcavellos, near Lisbon, 
Portugal. • •.•• 

3, Stone Buildings, Lin- 
'coln'slnn. W.C ....... .• 

9, Gloucester Walk, Ken 
'sington,W. ••.• 

3, Stone Buildings, Lin- 
coln's Inn, W.C 



The Rectory, Wey bridge.. 

Halifax, N.S^... ■■•••■• ■ 

Gatestone, Central HiU 

Upper Norwood, b.E. . . . 

St. John's, Worcester 

South Nelson, N.B 



Carried forward . 



Hantsport, N.S....... ■•■■ 

Latimer, Westby Road, 
Boscombe.Bournemouth 



1,939 

1 

5 
10 

25 

70 

1 
13 

5 

18 

2 

1 

1 

2 

10 
3 



3 

10 



12 



12 
1 
3 



50 



25 
2 

20 



13 
15 

5 
6 

2 

2 

2 

11 

2 



2,332 



96,950 

50 

250 
500 

1,250 
3,500 



50 
650 

250 

900 

100 

50 

50 

100 

500 
150 

250 

150 
500 

100 

150 

600 

600 

50 

150 

50 

2,500 

350 

1,250 
100 

1,000 
250 

200 

650 
750 

250 
300 
100 
100 
100 
550 
100 

150 

116,600 



SHAREHOLDERS I\ CHARTERED BANKS 115 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 
Bank of British North America — Banque de I'Amerique Britannique du Nord. 



Name. 
Nom. 


Description. 


Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 


Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 


Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 


Brought forward 






2,332 
35 

11 

12 

2 

4 

4 

2 
12 

27 
4 
8 

10 
3 
3 

10 

10 

2 
12 

6 

38 

4 

18 
2 

3 

1 

1 

10 

8 
18 
50 

19 

18 


£ 116,600 


Burke, Elizabeth West 


Widow 


Llewellyn Park, Orange, 

N.J... 




Reverend canon 

Clerk in holy 
orders.. 


1 750 


Burkitt, Francis Hassard 


Stradbally Rectory, Kil- 
macthomas, Co. Water- 
ford 






550 


Burkitt, Robert Scott Bradshaw 


The Rectorj', Cappoquin, 
Co. Waterford 










Clerk in holy- 
orders.. 


600 


Burkitt, Robert Scott Bradshaw 


The Rectory, Cappoquin, 
Co. Waterford 










Reverend canon 

Clerk in holy 
orders 




Francis Hassard Burkitt 


Stradbally Rectory, Kil- 
macthomas, Co. Water- 
ford 


100 






Burland, William 


Langridge Rectory, Bath. 

26, Old Square, W.C 

12, Copthall Gardens, 
Folkestone 








John Henry Boome.. 


Barrister 




James Browne 


Deceased 


200 




Esquire, M.B 

Spinster 




Archibald Scarlvn Wilson 


7, Warrior Square, St. 
Leonards-on-Sea 

Sunningdale, Berks 

c/o London County & 
Westminster Bank Ltd., 
Caxton House Branch, 
Westminster, S.W 

11, Breeze Hill, Bootle, 
near Liverpool 




Burmester, Margaret Mary 


200 


Burn, John Gunn 


Gentleman 




Bumie, Edgar Wilson.. 


Contractor 


100 




Merchant 


600 


Burns, John 


Care of Wm. Skene, Van- 
couver Board of Trade, 
Vancouver, B.C 




Burns, Samuel Wesley 


Physician 


1,350 


John George Pvke 


Barrister 




20O 


Burroughs, Joseph Henry. 


Gentleman 


Woodlands, St. Briavels, 






Architect 


400 


Burton, Benjamin 

Burton, Frederick Murray . . 


Leigham Lodge, 22, Leig- 
ham Court Road, 
Streatham Hill, S.W.... 

Halifax, N.S 

Cookshire P 


500 
150 


Burton, John Hebditch. 


Gentleman 


150 


Butler, Lewis William George 


Insurance agent 

Spinster 


16, St. James Street, Lon- 
don, S.W 








Horace John Nevill 


5, Austin Friars, London, 
E.C 


500" 


Michael Hugh Hicks-Beach 


Colne St. AldwjTis, Fair 
ford, Gloucestershire.... 
Halifax, N.S. . 




Butler, William James 


500 


Butterfield, Clara Sophia 


c/o W. Butterfield, Esq., 
7, Bridge Street, and 29, 
Tyrell Street, Bradford, 
Yorks 






it 


100 


Cabot, Anna Martha 


Halifax, N.S. 


600 


Cabot, Susan Jane 


1 


(( 




William Hplipr Cahnt 


Merchant / 

Spinster 


300 


Cabot, Susan Jane 


(( 


1,900 


Caldwell, Mary Caroline 


Mariied 


c/o Messrs. Holt & Co., 3, 
Whitehall Place, S\V . . . 

34, Westbere Road, West 
Hampstead, N.W 

Quebec, P.Q 




Call, Ada Maria " 


(( 


200 


Calvin, Eleanor Elizabeth 


,1 


900 
100 


Cambden, Herbert 


Cabinet maker 

Spinster 


39, Palace Road, Streath- 
am Hill, S.W 






150 


Cambden, Rhoda 


10, Palace Road, Streath- 
am Hill, S.W. . 






It 


50 


Cambden, Susan 


39, Palace Road, Streath- 
am Hill, S.W 






Widow 


50 


Cameron, Eleanor Mary 


7, Alwyne Mansions, Wim- 
bledon 






Married 


500 


Cameron, Mary 


86, Mossgiel Road, New- 
lands, Glasgow 






Widow 


400 


Cameron, Sarah 


Halifax, N S 


900 


Campbell, Alexander John 


Barrister 


Truro, N.S, 


2,500 


Campbell, Alexander John 






Alexander Primrose 


Physician l 

Bachelor of medicine 
Barrister j 


Toronto, Ont . 


950 


John William Stirling 


Montreal, P.Q . ... 




Campbell, Alexander John 


Truro, N S 


900 


Eastern Trust Co 


Halifax, N.S. 










Carried forward 


2,699 ■' 


134,950 


6— 8A 









116 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 

Bank of British North America — Banque de rAmerique Britannique du Nord. 



Name. 

Nom. 


Description. 


Post OfiBce Address. 
Adresse. 


Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 


Amount. 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 


Brou(»'ht forward 






2,699 
21 

29 

79 

4 

6 
30 

23 
103 

7 

^ 8 

5 

1 

5 
46 
51 

12 

16 

11 

1 
17 

5 

4 

8 

5 

20 
12 

4 

5 

8 

25 

40 

4 

6 

14 
20 
12 

3 

2 
2 


£ 134, 950 


Campbell, Alexander John 


Barrister 1 

Gentleman J 


Truro, N.S 


1,050 


Martin Dickie 


Toronto, Ont 






1,450 


Campbell, Archibald Hamilton.. 


it \ 

it 

Barrister-at-Law. . . J 
Gentleman 


Ottawa, Ont 




Graham Campbell ... 


3,950 


Leighton McCarthy 




Campbell, Arthur William 




George Gordon Campbell 


Physician 


Montreal, P.Q 


200 


Alexander John Campbell 


Barrister 


Truro, N.S 




Campbell, Eliza.. 


Widow 


Halifax, N.S 


300 


Campbell, Graham.. 


Gentlemian 


Toronto, Ont 


1,500 


Campbell, Herbert Montgomery 


Major R.A 


United Service Club, Pall 
Mall, S.W... 






Esquire 


1,150 


Campbell, John Henry Mayne. 


Toronto, Ont 


5,150 


Campbell, Marion 


Married 1 

Esquire 

Widow 1 

Spinster f 

Gentleman \ 

" / 

Married 


c/o National Bank of India 
Ltd., 26, Bishopsgate, E 
C 




Daniel Alexander Campbell 


350 






Campbell, Marj' Hester 


St. John, N.B 


400 


Margaret Letitia Campbell. 


72, Gresham House, Lon- 
don, E.C 




Campbell, William Orr 




Herbert Campbell 






250 


Cant, Emma Augusta 


Toronto, Ont 


50 


Carbis, Richard 


Gentleman 


Fore Street, Redruth, 
Cornwall 






Spinster 


250 


Cardale, Agnes Blanche . . . 


Belmont, Uckfield, Sus- 
sex 






a 


2,300 


Cardale, Mary Louisa. . 


Belmont, L'ckfield, Sus- 
sex 






T.ieiitpnnnt 


2,550 


Carew, Ponsonbv Mav Lvnn 


Ballinamona Park, Water- 
ford 






Colonel, R.E 7.. 

Married 


450 


Carey, Herbert Clement. 


Care of Messrs. Cox & Co., 
16/17, Charing Cross, S. 
W 






600 


Carey, Kate Mackinlaj^ 


Care of Messrs. Cox & Co., 
16/17, Charing Cross, S. 
W 






Lieutenant, R.N. . . . 
Married 


800 


Carey, Walter 


The Lodge, Bereweke 
Road, Winchester 

33, DenningtonPark Road, 
West Hampstead, N.W. . 

2, Church Place, Greenock 

93, Finnart Street, Green- 
ock 

32, Buccleuch Street,Dum- 
fries 




Carlton, Grace. . 


550 


Carmichael, Andrew. . 


Gentleman 


50 
850 


Carmichael, Robert Deans. 


Esquire 




Carnegie, David 


250 




a 


200 


Carpenter, Edward Thwaites 


Colonial Bank, St. Thom- 
as, West Indies.. 






tc 




William Henry Carpenter.. 


Havering, Cunuito, Trini- 
dad 


400 




Vice-Admiral, R.N. 

Gentleman 

Widow 




Carr, Henry John . .. 


United Service Club, Pall 
Mall, S.W 






250 


Carrington, Charles 


Meadowcroft, Horley 

King.ston, Ont 


1,000 


Carruthers, John Bell. 


600 


Carter, Agnes Sophia 


21, Saumarez Street. Guer- 
nsey 






Spinster 


200 


Carter, Eliza Miriam Wimbum 


51, Muswell Avenue, Mus- 

well.Hill London, N.... 

Montreal, P.Q 




Carter, George Herbert 


Gentleman 

Right Rev. Bishop.. 


250 
400 


Casey, Timothy. . . . 


St. John, N.B 


1,250 


Carter, John James... . .. 


Lyston House, Clifton 
Road, Wimbledon, S.W. 

Hampton Court Palace, 
Middlesex 




Cavagnari, Mercy Emma 


Widow 


2,000 




Married 


200 


Cave, Eve Eleanor 


Killoughey Rectory, Tul- 
lamore. King's County, 
Ireland 






Spinster 

Widow 

Esquire 


300 


Cave, Lucy Elizabeth. . ... 


Beachcroft, Clevedon, 
Somerset 




Anne Harris, deceased 


700 


Cazalet, WiUiam Marshall ■. . . 


Fairlawn, Tonbridge, Kent 

Ottawa, Ont 

3, Sydenham Villas, Dun- 
drum Co. Dublin 

3, Sydenham Villas, Dun- 
drum, Co. Dublin 

16, Kendrick Street, 
Stroud, Gloucester 


1,000 


Chambers, Aurilia Charlotte) . . . . . . . 


Widow 


600 


Chambre, Mary 






Chambr^, William 


Gentleman 


150 


Champion, Llewellyn Charles 


Surveyor 


100 






100 


Carried forward 


1 3,382 


169, 100 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 117 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of British North America — Banque de I'Aradrique Britannique du Nord 



I 



Name. 
Nom. 



Brouslit forward. 
Champion, Marion 



Llewellyn Charles Champion. 

Edward Frank Champion 

Stroud Linden Cocks 

Champion, Millie Harriet 

Chance, William Edward 



Chandler, Minnie 

Chaplin, Frank 

William John Faulks. 
Chaplin, Charles John 



Charlebois, Jean Alfred, and 
Edmund Roche AUeyn. . . 
Chatterton, Caroline 



Chipman, Mary Harris 

Christensen. Laura 

Christian, Cordelia Rawlin. 
Christie, Alexander 



Christie, Georgina 

Christie, James — 

Christie, John 

Christie, Margaret 

Anne Grayh'irst Christie. 
Christie, Thomas North 



Chubb, William James 

William Precey 

George Robert Chubb. 

James Kemp Furner 



Church of the Redeemer 

Churchill, Henry 

Chute, Ella Maude 

Clark, Elizabeth 

James William Clark 

George Clark 

Clark, Henry Lawrence Urling. 



Clark, Ida Alice. ., 
Clark, Janet Weir. 



Clark, Jean Spurr , 

Clark, Jean Spurr , 

Joseph Sutton Clark. 
Clark, John Murray 



Clark, Joseph Sutton 
Clarke, Samuel 



Clarke, Samuel Creighton 

Clayhills, Beckett 

John Borlase Warrren Chauncey. 



Cleaver, John 

Cleaver, Rachel Mary. 



Cleghorn, Sarah Jane 

Clerk, Harriet Bousfield. 



Clinch, Herbert Wareham. 
Clunn, Ethel Mary 



Cobb, Christabelle Madeleine. 
Cobbold, Evelyn Anna 



Carried forward . 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adreese. 



Deceased 

Surveyor 

Solicitor 

Gentleman... 

Married 

Esquire, J. P. 

Widow 

Esquire 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Notary public. 
Advocate 
Married 



Oakhurst, Cleve Road. 
VV. Hampstead 

16, Kendrick Street, 1 
Stroud, Gloucester 

7, Union Court, Old Broad 
Street, E.C 

Cotswold, Fitzjohn's Av- 
enue, Hampstead i 

20 Wilbury Villas, Hove, 
Sussex 

Thurtsron Grange, Bury, 
St. Edmunds 

Dorchester, N.B 

15 Lombard St., London, 
EC 

Care of National Safe De- 
posit Co., 1 Queen Vic- 
toria St., E.C 



Spinster. 
Married. 
Widow . . 
Esquire. 



Married. . . 
Physician . 
Solicitor... 
Spinster... 



Esquire . 



Gentleman. 



Bank manager. 



Es uire 

Married. . . . 

Widow 

Physician. . 
Merchant. . . 
Gentleman. 

Spinster 



Quebec, P.Q 

Rutland House, Marloes 
Road, Kensington, W.. . 

Halifax, N.S 

Quebec, P.Q 

St. John, N.B 

38 Highbury New Park, 
N 

Newton House, Elgin 

iSt. John, N.B 

■Ottawa, Ont 

116 Blackford Rd., Edin- 
burgh 

Blackhills House, Llan- 
bryde, Elginshire 

Brighton, Sussex 

Metropolitan bank, Walsall 

75 Craven Gardens, Wim- 
bledon 

Wilts and Dorset Bank, 
Swindon 

Halifax, N.S 

57 East Street, Brighton. . 

Wolfville, N.S 



! Tatamagouche, N.S. 



The Stock E.\change, Lon- 

I don, EC 

Halifax, N.S 

20 Great Stuart St., Edin- 
burgh 

St. John, N.B 



Gentleman 

Esquire, K.C. 

Gentleman. .. 
Esquire 



F.R.C.S.I.. 

Land agent. 
Bank clerk. . 

Merchant 
Married 



Army Captain. 
Spinster 



Married. 



St George, N.B 

156 Yonge St., Toronro, 
Ont 

St. George, N.B 

Newtownbutler, Co. Fer- 
managh 

203, Upper Dale Road, 
Derby 

Whittingham, Northum... 

1 St. James's Sq., London, 
S.W 

36 Donegall Place, Belfast 
Beauregard, St. Leonards- 

on-Sea 

Brackendise, The Heath, 

Woburn Sands, Bedford. 

2 Beaver Hall Sq., Mon- 
treal, P.Q 

St. John, N.B 

Filstone, Woodcote Road, 

Wallington, Surrey 

29 Richmond Avenue, Clif- 

tonville, Margate 

The Rookery, Sproughton, 

Ipswich 



3,382 



41 

3 



90 
26 

5 

7 

4 

14 

16 

10 

4 

14 

16 

10 



10 



1 

12 

4 
3 



10 
3 

4 

4 

8 

10 

10 

1 

4 

10 

6 

9 

13 



3,796 



Amount. 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



169, 100 



300 



100 

2,050 
150 

250 



4,500 
1,300 

250 
350 
200 
700 

800 
500 
200 
700 



500 



500 



350 
100 
150 

200 



50 
600 

200 
150 

150 



500 
150 

200 

200 

400 

500 

500 

50 

200 
500 

300 

450 

650 



189, 800 



118 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 
Bank of British North America — Banque de rAmerique Britannique du Nord. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



Brought forward . 
Cocksedge, Mary Edith 



Coffin, Adele Josephine. 



Widow. . , 

Married . 



Coghlin, Louise Jean 

Cogwsell, Sarah 

Goldman, Florence Mary. 



Widow. . 
Spinster. 



Coleman, Albert 

Coles, Sophia 

Colfer, John 

Collins, Henrietta 

Collis, Augusta Anne 

Colomb, Mabel Louisa 

Colville, Magdalen 

Colville, Thomas Richard. 



Lieut. -Col., LM.S. 

Married 

Miller , 

Widow 

Spinster 

Married 



Comerford, James William 

Commissioner of Public Worka and Mines of the 

i'rovince of Nova Scotia 

ConnoU, John 



Violet Beatrice Connell . 
Connington, James 



Connor, Charles Cunningham. 
Connor, Emily Jane 



Conrod, John George . 

Jean Conrad 

Cook, Henry Philip. . 

Alice Mary Cook . 
Cook, Isoline Emily. . 



Henry Philip Cook 

Cook, Mary Cecil 

Cooke, Eliza Grant 

Cooke, Sidney Fitzwyman 

Cooper, Frederick Thomas 

Frank Gilman Smedley 

Cooper, John Frederick de Courcy. 



Corbett. Mary Beatrice. . . 
Corbett, Reginald Arthur. 
Corbett, Reginald Arthur. 

Charles Archibald 

Cordery , James 



Corrance, Frances Maria. 
Corrie, Elizabeth 



Corse-Scott, Alexander James 

Corse-Scott, Alexander James 

Hugh Blacklie Blundell McCalmont. 

William de Courcy Strettton 



Corvan, Susan Emily. 



Cossman, Sarah Cunningham. 

Coster, Laura Keturah 

Costley, Alfred 

Cotsell, Madeline Annie 



Carried forward . 



Lieutenant 

Notary public. 



63, Garland St., Bury St. 
Edmunds 

c/o T. C Coffin, Ottawa, 
Ont 

Montreal, P Q 

Halifax, N.S 

The Institute, Wotton, 
Dorking 

Rawal Pindi, Punjaub, 
India 

3 Litfield Place, Clifton, 
Bristol 

Dungulph Mills, Fethard, 
Co. Wexford 

St. Swithin's, 2 South Pa- 
rade, Southsea, Hants . 

Upton Lodge, Upper Trin- 
ity, Jersey 

Dromquinna, Kenmare, 
Co. Kerry 

Loders Court, Bridport, 
Dorset 

c/o Messrs. Cox & Co., 16 
Charing Cross, S . W 

1 Tokenhou.se Bldgs.,King' 
Arms Yard, E.G...: 



Clerk in holy orders 

MA 

Married 

Esquire 



Merchant. 
Spinster... 



Esquire 

Married . . . . 
Gentleman . 
Spinster 



Gentleman . 
Married 



Major 

Estate agent . 



Brewers, manager. 
Gentleman 



Spinster 

Gentleman. 



>Both of the Rectory 

J Clontarf , Dublin 

Swindon, Tramore, Co. 
Waterford 

10 College Gardens, Bel- 
fast 

Raglan L odge, Bangor, Co 
Down 

49, Lennox Gardens, Lon- 
don, S.W 

Nether Hall, Stoke, Col- 
chester 

7 Carmalt Gardens, Put- 
ney, S.W 

Nether Hall, Stoke, Col- 
chester 

Minster Precincts, Peter- 
borough 

c/o Bank of Nova Scotia, 
Hahfax, N.S 

Trevella, The Goffs, East- 
bourne 

The White House, Henley- 
in Arden 

7 Lidgett Park Rd., Leeds 

Yew Tree Cottage, Lea 
Bailey End, Lea, Here- 
fordshire 

Halifax, N.S 



Esquire . 
Widow. . , 
Spinster. 
Captain . 



4 New Square, Lincoln's 
Inn. W.C 

Parham Hall, Wickham 
Market, Suffolk 



Gentleman 

Captain R.A. 



Spinster. 
Married . 



Gentleman . 
Married . . . . 



5 Royal Well Terrace, 

Cheltenham 

Highfield, Southampton. . 

Hampton Court, Mid'sex.. 
Care of Cox & Co., Charing 

Cross, London, S.W 

West Bank, Ambergate, 

near Derby 

Halifax, N.S 

St. John, N.B 

Halifax, N.S 

Charmouth, Freta Road, 

Bexley Heath 



3,796 

4 

1 
1 
6 

3 

4 

10 
4 
20 
2 
50 
26 
22 



6 
4 
16 
51 
60 
3 
11 

2 

21 

5 

6 



8 
12 
11 



10 
6 

12 

4 

10 



10 
3 
3 

45 

17 



189,800 

200 

50 

50 

300 

150 

200 

500 

200 

1,000 

100 

2,500 

1,300 

1,100 

400 
100 

300 
200 
800 
2,550 
3,000 
150 
550 

100 

1,050 

250 

300 



400 
600 
550 

50 



500 

300 

600 
200 

500 



500 

150 

150 

2,250 

850 



4,296 



214,800 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 



119 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 
Bank of British North America — Banque de TAmdrique Britannique du Nord. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Poat Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount. 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



Brought forward. 

Cotter, Richard 

Mary Cotter 

Cotterell, Alice 



Cotterell, John Richard Geers. 
Cotterell, Louisa 



Cotton, Harold Temple. 



Coulthard, Annie Clara 

Coupe, Sara Elizabeth 

Covvie, Ella Blanche Eliza. . . 
Cox, Charlotte Margaret. . . . 

George Lindsay Cox 

Cox, Ethel Mary 

Charlotte Margaret Cox. 
Cox, George Lindsay 

Charlotte Margaret Cox. 

Cox, Sarah Maria 

Coxe, Philip Henry 



Co.xe, Philip Henry 

Charles Coltman Rogers. 



Robert Windsor Skipwith .... 

Claude George Melville Fym. 
Coxe, Philip Henry 

JohnFrancis Waggett 

John Erne.st Smith-Masters. . . 

Fleetwood Isham Edwards. . . 
Coxe, Henry Philip 



Philip Edward Vizard. 
Crabtree, Alice Firth 



George Harold Crabtree. 
Crabtree, Mary Wilding 



Cradock, John Hooper 

Crailsheim, Cecilia Edina. 



Crampton,St. John Cecil. 

Crawford, William 

Creak, Alice 



Creak, Lucy 

Creighton, Nellie Wilbur 

Crisp, Elizabeth Harriet 

Crisp, John Orlebar 

Crisp, Sophia Jane 

Croft, Herbert Christopher 

Elizabeth Pilkington Croft. 

Alfred Edgar Oddy 



Crofts, Charles Guerin 

Francis Richard Sutton. 



Crofts, Lucy Elizabeth 

Susan Caroline Crofts 

Cronan, John Mark 

William Mathew Cronan. 
Cross, Beatrice Lucinda 



Crowe, Charles Ernest. 
Cudlip, Emily Sarah. .. 
Culham, James 



CuUinan, Frederic Fitz James. . 
Cumberland, Charles Sperling. 



Cunningham, Frances Amelia 

Cunnj-nghame, Hugh Colin Robert. 
Cunnynghame, John Macpherson — 
Currie, Helen Maria 



Carried forward . 



Master mariner. 

Married 

Spinster 



Captain, Bart. 
Spinster 



Captain. 

Widow . . 
Married. 



IBaileys, New Street, 

/ Waterford 

1g Montagu Mansions, 

Portman Square, W 

Garnons, Hereford 

10 Hertford St., Mayfair, 

London, W 

Malta Cottage, Yarmouth 

Isle of Wight 

Fredericton, N.B 

St. John, N.B 



Widow 

Barrister at law. 

Spinster 

Widow 

Barrister at law . 

Widow 

Spinster 

Sohcitor 



Connellmore, Old Bath 
Road, Cheltenham...- 



6 Albyn Terrace, Aberdeen 

i Great Winchester Street, 

E.C 



Esquire. 



Solicitor. . 
Deceased . 
Reverend. 
Deceased . 
Solicitor.. 



Stanage Pk., Brampton I 

Bryan, Herefordshire. . . \ 

1 Fleet St., E.C | 

;J 
4 Great Winchester St. EC ) 
NewSq., Lincoln's Inn. . 
Reading 



4,296 

5 

13 
28 

13 

3 

14 

4 

3 

20 
10 

10 
10 

6 
11 



Esquire. .. 
Deceased . 



Esquire. 
Married. 



Gentleman. 
Married 



Insurance broker. 

Knight 

Spinster 



4 Great Winchester Street, 
F C 

10 EUerdaie' Rd.i Hamp- 
stead, N.W 

c/o The Tootal, Broad- 
hurst, Lee Co., Ltd 

8 Moor Lane, London, E.C. 

Woodhill, Sandy Lane, 
Pendleton, Manchester. . 

8 Denbigh Road, West 
Ealing, W 

132 Lexham Gardens, Ken- 
sington, W 

69, Lombard St. E.C 

Mount Randal, Belfast 

21 Gonville Road, Thorn- 
ton Heath 



Married. .. . 
Spinster. . . . 
Clergyman. 

Spinster 

Esquire 

Spinster 

Esquire 



Spinster 

(( 

Gentleman. 

(( 

Widow 



Woodstock, N.B 

Halifax, N.S 

Portsmouth, Ont 

Hahfax, N.S 

Brier Garth, Ben Rhyd- 

ding, Yorks 

Manor House, Birkenshaw 

Bradford 

13 Durward House, Ken- 

ington Court, W 

The Canons, Thetford, 

Norfolk 

Trevazlor, Heathfield, 

Sussex 

Halifax, N.S 



Gentleman. 

Widow 

Gentleman . 

K.C.B 



Major . 



Widow 

Reverend 

Reverend, M.A. 
Married 



15 Marlborough Buildings, 
Bath 

Old Barns, N.S 

St. John, N.B 

Ruxley Lodge, Claygate, 
Surrey 

55 Fitzwilliam Sq., Dublin 

10 Duke Street, St.James', 

S.W 

Point Pleasant, N.J 

93 Clepington Rd., Dundee 
Kincarrathie House, Perth 
Cambridge, Mass 



12 



2 

4 

3 

9 

30 

2 
2 
5 
3 
4 
3 

40 



32 
5 
4 

2 
15 



25 
10 

5 
15 

5 



4,708 



214,800 

250 

650 
1,400 

650 

150 
700 
200 
150 

1,000 
500 

500 
500 

300 

550 



450 



600 



200 



100 

200 

150 

450 

1,500 

100 
100 
250 
150 
200 
150 

2,000 



150 



350 

100 



1,600 
250 
200 

100 
750 



1,250 
500 
250 
750 
250 



235,40 



120 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 

Bank of British North America — Banque de TAmerique Britannique du Nord. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'aetions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
paye. 



Brought forward. 
Currie, Laurence 



Curry, Cornelia Augusta. 
Cuthbert, Robert 



da Costa, Arthur 

Dacosta, Louise Isabella. 



Dalgleish, George 

Dalgleish, Isabella 

Daly, Malachy Bowes 

Eastern Trust Co 

Darby, Susan Margaret, and 

Harriet Elizabeth Wetherell. 
Darley, Edmund Sanders 

Edmund Arthur Trouton. ... 



Darling, Charles Hial .... 

Dart, Frances Helen 

Dartnell, Henry William. 



Darwall, Robert Cecil. . 
Darwin, Emma Cecilia. 



Davey, Julia Mary Ann 

Davidson, Alice Helen 

Davidson, Henry Ashmore. 



Davidson, Madgwick George. 
Da vies, Louis Henry , 



Davis, Catharine Eliza 

Isabella Frances Davis 

Mary Catharine Violet Mayor. 

Etheldreda Mayor 

Davis, Mary Ann 

Dawes, Andrew Joseph 

Dawes, Constance Mary 

Dawes, Gertrude Jane 

Dawson, Alice Ann 



Dawson, Ella Isabel 

Dawson, Mary Cameron 

Dean, Andrew Lewis 

Dean, Arthur Cecil Hamilton 

Dean, Charles Percy 

Harold Francis Hamilton 

Robert Cecil Hamilton Cassels. 

Dean, Elizabeth Marion 

Dean, Percy Hamilton 

Deas, George Francis 

de Blaquiere, William 

De Blois, Louis George 

De Garis, George Augustus 

John Nicholas Le Motte 

de Montgolfier, Eugene Marie Leon. 

de Robiglio, Joseph Hamilton 



de Sausmarez, George Spencer 

de Sausmarez, Havilland Walter. 



Deevy , Mary 

Delage, Marie Emma Elmire. 
Dennehy, Florence Isabella. . . 



Dennison, Eva 

Des Barres, Alexander Hamilton. 



DesRivieros, Eugenie Taschereau. 

Dessain, Francis Julien 

Devany, Frances Josephine 



Esquire. 



Married 

Major-General. 



Gentleman. 
Spinster 



Esquire. 
Spinster. 
Knight.. 



67, Lombard St., London 
E.C 

Windsor, N.S 

18 Westwood Rd., South- 
ampton 

102, Rue Miromesnil, Paris 

16 Manson Place, South 
Kensington, S . W 

62 Union St., Greenock. . . 

Halifax, N.S '.'. 



Widow. . . 
Spinster. 
Esquire. 



Gentleman 

Widow 

Bank manager. 



Esquire. 
Married. 



Spinster. 
Widow. . . 
Esquire. 



Judge of the Supreme 

Court of Canada . 
Spinster 



Pashley, Ticehurst, Sus'x. 

5 College Green, Dublin. . 

Fern Hill, Kilgobbin, Co. 
Dublin 

Burlington, Vermont 

New Westminster, B.C. . . 

Abbotsfield, 18 Park Lane, 
Salisbury 

National SignalCo., Dover 

The Orchard, Huntingdon 
Road, Cambridge 

Holmlea, The Avenue, 
Braintree, Essex 

c/o British Linen Bank, 
Nairn 

c/o Union of London and 
Smith's Bank, Ltd., 67 
Bishop's Road, Bays- 
water, W 

89 Westboume Terr., Lon- 
don, W 



Married. 
Brewer. . 
Spinster. 
Widow. . . 
Married. 



.A.. 



Spinster 

Married. . . 
Gentleman. 
Lieutenant, R 

Gentleman 

Clerk in holy orders. 

Barrister 

Spinster 

Lieutenant 

Gentleman 

Right Hon., Baron.. 

Doctor of med 

Deceased 



Esquire. 
Count. . . 



Clerk in holy orders. 
Esquire 



Married . . . 
Deceased. 
Married . . , 



Colonel. 



Widow. . 
Esquire. 
Spinster. 



Carried forward . 



Ottawa, Ont 

Elm Bank, Clevedon 

Pine Glen, Spencer Road, 
Bournemouth 



Kingston, Ont. 
Lachine, P.Q.. 



Heathlands, Southbourne- 

on-Sea, Hants 

Bridgewater, N.S 



Quebec, P. Q 

Toronto, Ont 

Yarmouth, Isle of Wight. . 

Quebec, P. Q 

Toronto, Ont 

Quebec, P.Q 

"Toronto, Ont 

32, Heriot Row, Edinburg' 

3 The Circus, Bath 

Bridgetown, N.S 

Smith St., Guernsey 

Court Place, Guernsey. . . . 
75 Avenue de Wagram, 

Paris 

97 Promenade des Anglais, 

Nice, France 

The Rectory, Acton 

c/o Dobree & Sons, 6 To- 

kenhouse Yard, E.C... 

Landscape, Waterford 

Quebec, P.Q 

The Caribbees, St. Lucia 

West Indies 

Digby, N.S 

Care Messrs. Child & Co., 

1, Fleet Street, E.C 

Quebec, P.Q 

Malines, Belgium 

Bridge Street, Ballina, 

County Mayo 



4,708 

50 
3 

3 
15 

55 
2 
2 

21 

52 



25 
10 

2 
2 

32 

10 

5 



1 
15 
20 

10 

29 
32 

2 
1 

3 

10 

4 

4 



3 

5 

10 

10 

10 



17 
4 

15 
5 
3 

6 
1 

30 

1 

20 



235,400 

2,500 
150 

150 
750 

2,750 
100 
100 

1,050 

2,600 



250 

1,250 
500 

100 
lOO' 

1,600 

500 

250 



50 

750 

1,000 

500 

1,450 

1,600 

100 

50 

150 
500 
300 
200 
20O 

250 

150 
250' 
500 
500 
500 

200 

150 

850 
200 

750 
250 
150' 

300 
50 

1,500 

50 

1,000 

300 



5,297 



264,850 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 



121 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of British North America — Banque de TAm^rique Britannique du Nord. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Brought forward. . 

Devcr, Margaret 

Dever, Margaret 

James Edmund Dever 

The Eastern Trust Company . 
Dewar, Elizabeth 

Thomas WilHam Dewar. 

James Campbell Dewar 



Dewes, Walter. 



Dickson, Thomas 

Dillwyn, Elizabeth Amy 

Dinham, Mary Ann Elizabeth. 



Diocesan Sj-nod of Nova Scotia. 
Dixon, Henry Gould 



Doane, Francis William Whitney. 

Dobbs, Mary 

Dobbyn, Margaret. 



Dobree, Susannah Alice. 



Dobson, Susan Anne 

Mary .Somerville Dobson... 
Dorothy, Beatrice Dobson. 
William Hardman 



Doggett, Annie 

Doggett, Arthur Henry. 
Doggett, Ella Mary 



Doggett, Frank Foster. . . 

Doggett, Frank Foster. . . 

Arthur Henry Doggett. 



Doggett, Rose Ethel 



Donaldson, Harry Tulloh. 
Dott, Peter MacOmish 



Dottridge, Mary Miriam Dunsford. 

Samuel Stevens Dottridge 

Douglas, Duncan 



Douglas, Margaret Bruce. 
Douglas-Hamilton, Lillie. 



Douglass, Maxwell Vandeleur Blacker. 

Thomas Graves LowTy Hebert 

Armstrong 

Doull, Alexander John 

Doveton, Henry 



Dow, James Henry. . 
Dowling, Mary Ann. 



Downey, John 

Downey, Sarah Florence. 



Doyle, Jane Teresa 

Drapeau, Mary Ann Susan. 
Drysdale, Charles Robert . 



Alice Vickery 

Drysdale, Charles Vickery 

Bessie Ingram Edwards Drysdale. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actiona. 






Widow 

Gentleman. 



Married 

M.B.andC.M 

Chartered account- 
ant 

Gentleman 



Esquire. 
Spinster. 

Widow. . . 



Esquire. 



Engineer. 
Married. . 
Widow... 



Married . 

Spinster. 
Surgeon. . 
Married . 
Esquire. . 
Spinster. , 

Esquire. . 

it 

it 
Spinster. 



Esquire. 



Widow. . , 
Esquire. . 

Spinster. 
Married. 



Gentleman. 



Colonel 

Clerk in holy orders. 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 
R.E 



Gentleman. 
Widow 



Esquire. 
Widow. . 



Spinster. . 
Married. . 
Deceased. 



Licentiate in medi- 
cine 

Doctor of science . . 



Married , 



Carried forward 5, 626 



St. John, N.B. 



Blackford Rd., Edinburgh 



4, Bloomsbury Place, 
Bloomsbury Square, 
London, W.C 

15 High Street, Selkirk. 

Ty Glyn, West Cross, R. 
S.O., Glamorganshire. . 

Care of Parr's Bank, Ld., 
164-6, High St., Cam- 
den Town 

Halifax, N.S 

Frankham, near Tunbridge 
Wells 

Halifax, N.S 

Kingston, Ont 

Clirf Terrace, Tramore, 
Co. Waterford 

The Lawn, East Cliflf, 
Ram.sgate 



W.vresdale, Ale.xandra Rd. 
South Shore, Blackpool. 

Fernleigh, Bispham, near 
Blackpool 

14 Hemstal Road, West 
Hempstead, N.\V 

Radwell Bury, Radwell, 
near Hitchin, Herts 

Newnham, Westbourne 
Park Road, Bourne- 
mouth 

Cherry Hinton.Cambridge 



Radwell Bury, Baldock 
Herts 

Newnham, Westbourne 
Park Road, Bourne- 
mouth 

British Linen Bank Build 
ings, Nairn 

Hailes Brae, Colinton 
Scotland 

Morillon, Furze Lane, Pur- 
ley, Surrey 

Wilts, and Dorset Bank, 
Southampton 

Berkhill Cottage, Muck- 
art, Dollar, Scotland 

55 Grange Park, Ealing, 
S.W 

Bellevue Park, Killiney, 
Co. Dublin 

94 Piccadilly, London W. . 

Montreal, P.Q 



c/o Messrs. Coutts & Co., 

440 Stand, W.C 

Halifax, N.S 

8 Grosvenor Road, Cres- 

sington Park, I^iverpool 

PuUamore, Cavan 

4 Eldon Terrace, John's 

Hill, Waterford 

Halifax, N.S 

Rimouski, P.Q 

47Rotherwick Road, 

Hampstead Garden 

Suburb, London, N.W 



47 Rotherwick R o a 
Hamp.stead Garden. . . 
Suburb, London, N.W... 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



5.297 
3 

20 



10 



3 
2 

20 



6 
15 

46 
3 

7 

1 
12 



1 
10 



3 
11 

10 



3 
6 
4 
20 
8 
5 
2 
3 
2 



2 
5 

5 
10 

3 

17 
9 

10 



30 



£ 264,850 
150 

1,000 
500 



150 
100 

1,000 



300 

750 

2,300 
150 
350 

50 

600 

100 



50 
500 



150 
550 

500 



150 
300 
200 
1,000 
40O 
250 
100 
150 
100 



100 
250 

250 
50O 

150 
850 
450 

500 



K-WO 



281,300 



122 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 

Bank of British North America — Banque de TAmerique Britannique duNord. 



Name. 

Nom. 



Description. 



Post OflQce Address. 
Adresse. 



Brought fonvard 

Drysdale, Henrietta Emma Buchanan. 
John James Kelly 



William Napier Church. 



Edward John McCandlish. . 
Drysdale, Mary Arbuthnott. . 
Pu Buisson, Edward William. 
Dudley, Edward 



William Haworth Glynn Smith, deceased. 



Duffus, Winifred Blanche 

Dumas, Hugh Charles Sowerby. 

Robert Hodgson Wilson 



Dunbar, Jane Cotter. 
'Duncombe, Beatrice. 



Dunlop, George. 



James Pa ton 

Dunsworth, Matthew. 
Dvkes, William 



Eagle, Emma 

Earle, John LlewelljTi. 



Eastern Trust Company 

Eastern Trust Company 

Thomas Edward Eraser 

James John Bremner 

Eastern Trust Co 

Henry Phipps Otty Savary. 
Eastern Trust Co 

John Young Payzant 

John Camm Holmes 

Eastwood, James 

Eaton, Emma 



Edgecombe, Mary. 
Edmunds, Walter. . 



Edwards, Arthur William Henry. 



Egan, Anne Margaret, deceased. 

Elder, Mary Eliza 

Eliot, Charles Altemon 

John Hamilton 

ElUot, Edward 



Elliot, Gladys Noyes. 



Elliot, Emilie 

Charles Clifford Elliott. 
Elliott, Jessie Lloyd 



Elliott, Madge Ellen Mary. 



Elliott, Winifred Rose. 



EJmsly, James. 
Ely. Talfourd.. 



Elizabeth Allen. 



Henry Lincoln Roscoe. 



English, Edgar 

Arthur William English. 

Philip Henry English 

ErazOj Felipe Diaz 



Carried forward . 



Widow. . 
Esquire. 



Writer to the Signet 

Spinster 

Esquire 



Esquire. 

Married . 
Esquire. , 



Widow. . . 
Married . 

Esquire. , 



Major 

Painter 

Marine engineer. 



Widow. . 
Esquire. 



Gentleman. 
Barrister 



Merchant. 
Spinster. . . 



Widow 

M A.,M.D. 



Clerk in holy 
orders 



Widow 

Gentleman. 

Esquire 

Spinster 



Widow 

Gentleman. 
Spinster 



Widow. 



Spinster. 



Gentleman. 
Esquire 



Widow. . 
Esquire. 



Esquire, M.D. 
Esquire 



Woodside, Pembury, Kent 

c/o British I^inen Bank, 
Dunbar 

Snaprails, Sandhurst,Berk- 
shire 

Edinburgh 

Castellan House. Dunbar 

Hereford, Eng 

Glenbumie, Combe Down, 
Bath 

25 Audley House, Mar- 
garet Street, London 

Halifax, N.S 

54 Palace Gardens Terrace 
S.W 

14 Bennett's Hill, Birming- 
ham 

Victoria, B.C 

North Deighton Manor, 
Wetherby 

20 Castle Street, Edin- 
burgh 

Crailing, Jedburgh 

Hahfax. N.S 

c/o R. J. Dykes, 63 Fred- 
erick Street, Edinburgh 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Bury 



Pakenham Manor, 
St. Edmunds. ... 

4 White Rock Road Hast- 
ings 

Halifax.N.S 



Halifax, N.S. 



London, Eng 

New Glasgow, N.S 

81 Lofting Road, Barns- 
bury, N 

Fredericton, N.B 

2 Devonshirb Place, Port- 
land Place, London, W. . 

Kintbury Vicarage, Hun- 
geford 

Ottawa, Ont 

Bramble Down, Hindhead 

Ottawa, Ont 

Quebec, P.Q 

North field House, Lands- 
down, Bath 

c/o B.B.N.A., 5 Grace- 
church Street, E.C 



Pictou, N.S 

4 Hollywood Gardens, 
Waterford 

4 Hollywood Gardens, 
Passage Road, Water- 
ford 

4 HoUj'wood Gardens, 
Waterford 

Montreal, P.Q 

Ockington, Gordon Road, 
Clavgate, Surrey 

22, The Grange, Wimble- 
don, Surrey 

36 Lincoln's Inn Fields, 
London, W.C 

Haxey, Doncaster 

Walsoken House, Wisbech 

Wisbech 

28 Rue de I'Echiquier, 
Paris 



5,626 



11 

5 

7 

4 
12 

5 
15 

7 
14 

2 

2 

20 

4 
238 

27 

3 

32 

2 

4 
5 

10 



7 

14 

8 

22 



10 
9 
3 
1 

11 

3 

2 

37 

10 
4 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



6,196 



£ 281,300 



550 

2.50 
350 

200 

600 

250 

750 

350 

700 

100 

100 

1,000 

200 
11,900 

1.350 

150 

1,600 

100 

200 

2.';o 

500 



350 
700 
400 

1,100 



500' 

450 

150 

50 

550 

150 
100 

1,850 

500 

200 



309, 800 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 



123 



Bank of British North America — Banque de TAmerique Britannique du Nord. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 

Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
paj-6. 



Brought forward. 
Erskine, James Jackson 



£sson, Agnes 

Evans, Eleanor Grace 

Middleton Evans Perrj- 



Evans, Jane. 



Evans, Mary Sophia. 



Fairbanks, Charlotte. . . 
Fairbanks, Ella Amelia. 
Fairbanks, Rose Mary.. 

Fairbanks, Vera 

Fairie, Annie Louisa. . . . 



Parish, Henry Greggs.. . 
Farish, Henry Greggs.. . 

John George Pyke 

Farish, James Collins 

Farrer, Noel Maitland. 



Leonard Needham Knox. 



William Dermod O'Brien. 
Erasmas Darwin 



Farrer, Philip 

Farrer, Thomas Cecil. 



Fawcett, Millicent Garrett. . 
Philippa Garrett Fawcett. 

Fayle, Alfred 

Fea, William Hay 



Feely, Ellen Muriel 

Penning, Daniel Dunkin. 



William Dunkin Penning. . 

Frederic William FennLng. 

Fenton, Mary Frances 

Fenton, Samuel 



Fergie, Charles 

Alexander John Campbell.. 
Ferguson, Stanley 

David Hoy 

Ferris, Amelia Lemoine 

Fiddles, Jane 

James TuUoch ; 

Alexander Hunter Harvey. 



James Murray Sutter. . . 
Finlay, Robert Bannatyne. 



Fishboume, Annie Katherine. 
Fisk, Ebenezer Edward 



Fisk, Ebenezer Edward. 

William Brown 

Fisk, Eleanor 

Fisk, Sarah 



Gentleman. 

Widow 

Esquire 

Widow 



Married. 
Spinster. 



Widow 

Physician. 



Barrister. . . 
Physician. . 
Honorable. 

Esquire 



Lieutenant-Colonel. . 

Right Honorable 

Lord.. 

Widow \ 

Spinster / 

Esquire 

Clerk in holy 

orders 

Widow 



Esquire. 



Clerk in h o 1 y 
orders 



Esquire. 



Married . 



Clerk in holy 

orders 

Engineer 

Barrister 

Esquire 



Spinster. 
Widow. . . 
Farmer. . 



Medical practioner 
Rt. Hon.,G.C.M.G. 



Spinster. 



Clerk in h o 1 y 
orders 



Clerk in holy 
orders. 



Gentleman. 
Spinster 



Carried forward. 



Capesthorne, Hatch End, 
Pinner, Middlesex 

Halifax, N.S 

19 Merrion Square, Dublin 

73 Leinster Road, Rath- 
mines Co., Dubhn 

Mylor, Western Road, 
Branksome Park, 
Bournemouth 

The Red House, Bushey, 
Herts 

Halifax, N.S 

New York 

Boston, Ma.s3 

New York 

392 Dorchester Street, 
Montreal P.Q 

Liverpool, N.S 



Vancouver, B.C 

The Board of Trade, 

Whitehall, S.W 

19 Bryanston Mansions, 

London 

Cahirmoyle, Limerick. . . . 
The Orchard, Huntingdon, 

Road, Cambridge 

Binnegar Hall, Wareham, 

Dorset 



Abinger Hall, Dorking 

2 Gower Street, London, 

W.C 

Merlin, Clonmel 



The Charter House, Hull 
St. Clement's, Belford 

Road, Edinburgh 

Palace Wharf, Rainville 
Road, Hammersmith, 
W 



Haileybury College, Hert- 
ford 

Palace Wharf, Rainville, 
Road, Hammersmith, 
W 

Zuanrofif, Newton Abbot, 
Devon 



45 Adelaide Park, Belfast 

Sydney, Cape Breton 

Truro, N.S 

Ulster Bank, Ld., Belfast 

Kingston, Ont 

Ivingston, Nairn 

Craighead, Nairn 

Fiddesbeg, Foveran, Aber- 
deenshire 

Nairn 

4 Temple Gardens, London 
E.C 

Ashfield Hall,Ballickmoy 
ler. Queen's Co 



6,196 

5 
4 



30 

4 
3 
3 
3 
3 

10 
2 

5 

2 



43 

49 

36 

11 
7 

5 

5 

10 



3 

18 
14 

1 
4 

5 
10 



litis Hue, Hunstaton, 
Norfolk 



The Priory, Bolton, Brad 

ford 

Glengarry, Roden Avenue, 

Kidderminster 

Tiptree, London Road, 

St. Albans 

Tiptree, London Road, 

St. Albans 



£ 309,800 

250 
,200 

200 



1,500 

200 
150 
150 
150 
150 

500 
100 

250 
100 



2,150 

2,450 

1,800 

550 
350 

250 

250 

500 

300 

150 
900 
700 

50 

200 

250 

500 

100 

100 

100 
100 



6,509 



325,450 



124 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 
Bank of British North America — Banque de rAmerique Britaiinique du Nord. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Brought forward . 
risk, William...-. 



Fitch, Herbert 

Fitzgerald, Anna Maria. 



Fitzgerald, Francis Creighton. 
Samuel Creighton Clarke. 



Fitzpatrick, Jcseph James. 

Fleck, Andrew Walker 

Fleck, Helen Gertrude. . . . 
Flemyng, Eileen Mary 



Fletcher, Charles Reynolds. 

Fletcher, Mary Caroline 

Flick, Jane 

Flint, Florence Mary 



Flood, Nicholas, Senr., deceased. 

Fluck, George Henry 

Forbes, Francis Gordon 

The Eastern Trust Company . 
Forbes, James 



Ford, Beatrice Mary. 
Ford, John 



Forman, Marion 

Forrest, Mary Hannah. . 

Hector Mclnnes 

Forster, Henry William. 



Forster, Henry William 

Edward "Leopold Reiss 

Lewin Charles Cholmeley. 



Forster, John Carey 

Forsyth, Emily Frances 

Forsyth, Eueretta Margaret. 
Forsyth, Ellen Sanford 



John Dougal Roney-Dougal. 

John Cusack Forstyh 

Samuel Sanford Forsyth 

Forsyth, Jane Isabella 

Foster, William Footner 



Richard Foster. 
Mary Foster. . . . 



Fothergill, Harry 

Foulds, Archibald Ernest. 

Foulds, John 

Fowler, Elizabeth Sarah. . 
Fowler, Gertrude Irene 



Foy , James Joseph 

Eraser, Annie 

Eraser, Elizabeth Mary 

Eraser, Frederica Eliza 

The Eastern Trust Company. 

Eraser, Jessie Gordon 

Fraser, Mary Marshall 

French, Amy Ann 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Reverend. 
Esquire..., 
Married.. . 
Esquire 



Carpenter. . 
Gentleman. 

Married 

Spinster 



Dentist.. 
Widow. . , 
Spinster. 



Gentleman. 



Dentist 

Barrister. . . 
Auctioneer. . 

Spinster 

Gentleman. 



Widow. 



Barrister 

Esquire, M.P. 



Captain. 
Esquire. 



Carried forward. 



Gentleman. 
Spinster 



Widow. . 
Esquire. 



Spinster 

Gentleman. 



Spinster 

Butcher 

Esquire 

Gentleman. 

Married 

Spinster 



Barrister. 
Spinster. . , 
Married.. 

Widow 



Spinster. 
Widow. . . 
Married. 



Wat- 



26 Westland Road 

ford 

31 Mansell Street, Aldgate, 

E 

Fairholme, Monkstown, 

Co. Dublin 

Newtonbutler 

203 Upper Dale Road, 

Derby 

Fredericton, N.B 
Ottawa, Ont 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions 



Co. 



Coolfin, Portlaw, 

Waterford 

Halifax. N.S 

Fredericton, N.B. . 

The Laurels, Saxmundham 
Grenside, Seymour Road, 

Church End, Finchey, 

N 

37 St. Genevieve Avenue, 

Quebec 

Halifax, N.S 



Westfield, Glasgow Road, 
Perth 

High Cliff, Scarborough. . 

Tancred House, Potters, 
Bar, S.O.: 

Acadia Mines, N.S 

Halifax, NS 



2 Cadogan Terrace, Lon 
don, S.W 

The Hall, Southend, 
Lewisham, Kent 

The Cavalry Club, Picca- 
dilly 

28 Lincoln's Inn Filelds 
London 

Clatford Mills, Andover. . 

Newcourt, Torquay 



55 Lansdowne, Crescent, 
Leamington ,Spa 

16 Lanark Mansions, Maida 
Vale, W 

144th Battery, R.F.A.. 
Aldershot 

55 Lansdowne Crescent, 
Leamington Spa 

104 Galapa-k Road, Gala- 
shiels 

Partridge, Etchingham, 
Sussex 

48 Moorgate Street, E.G. . 

Homewood, Chislehurst, 
Kent 

7 Granville Road, Stroud 
Green N 

Post Office, Box 244, Tor- 
onto, Ont 

100 Bothwell Street, Glas- 
gow 

6 Duncairn Terrace, Bray, 
Co. Wicklow 

69 Denmark Road, South 
Norwood, S.E 

Toronto, Ont 

Halifax, N.S 



45 Sutherland Road, 
Kemp Town, Brighton 



6,509 

2 

10 

22 

8 

1 

70 
10 

6 
6 
3 

2 



10 

4 
10 

10 



3 

4 

6 
3 

27 



10 



13 

18 
21 



52 

2 
27 

5 
2 
5 
4 

1 
21 
22 

2 

15 

40 
23 



7,015 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
payfe. 



325,450 

lOO 

500 

1,100 

400 

50 

3,50a 

500 

300 
300 
150 
100 



500 

200 
500 

500 



150 
200 

300 
150 

1,35a 



20O 



500 



650 

900 

1,050 



2,600 

100 
1,350 

250 

100 

250 

200 

50 

1,050 

1,100 

100 

750 

2,000 
1,150 

100 



350, 750 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 



125 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of British North America — Banque de TAm^rique Britannique du Nord. 



Name. 
Nom. 


Description. 


Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 


Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 


Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 








7,015 
3 
4 
3 
3 

4 
20 

4 
12 

20 

1 
1 
]■ 100 

1 
1 

10 
6 
7 
5 

45 

15 
4 

1 

3 
50 

40 

5 
4 
2 

5 

50 

1 
6 
1 

6 

6 

6 

6 

5 

5 

6 

10 


£ 350.750 




Spinster 


Fulford, Dunsford, near 
Exeter 

Fulford, Dunsford, near 
Exeter 

Fulford, Dunsford, near 
Exeter 

Fulford, Dunsford, near 
Exeter 

The Board of Agriculture, 
Whitehall Place, London 
S.W 






Esquire 


150 


Fulford, Ethel Mary. . . 


Spinster 


200 


Fulford, Evelyn Mary 


(( 


150 


Fulford, Robert Philio Perceval . . . 


Gentleman 


150 




Spinster 

Widow 

Spinster 


200 




Hamilton, Ont 


1,000 


Oaetz, Catherine Maria 


Red Deer, Alberta 

Montreal, P.Q 


200 


Gairdner, Ann Steel 


600 


Oalletly, Matthenr Gloae 


Esquire 


3 Merchiston Gardens, 
Edinburgh 

c/o National Provincial 
Bank of England, Ld., 
Palmerston Road, South 
sea 

Heaves, Co. Westmoreland 

The Clifif, Malvern Wells, 
Worcestershire 

Lamb Buildings, Temple, 
E.C 




Oallon, Margaret Tavlor 


Married 


1,000 




Esquire 


50 


Thomas Arthur Carless Attwood 


n 


5,000 


Ganzoni, Francis John Childs. 


Barrister at law 

Widow 






500 


Gardner, Elizabeth 


17 Bloom field Terrace, 
Pimlico, S.W 






Spinster 


300 


Garland, Anna Elizabeth 


10 Southfield Road East- 
bourne 

10 Southfield Road, East- 
bourne 

12 Needham Place, NewTy 
Co. Down 




Garland, Helen Cecilia 


ti 


350 


Gartlan, Alexander ... . . . 


Solicitor 

Merchant 

Commercial clerk. . . 
Colonel 


250 






Arthur McCann 


Castle Street, NewTy, Co. 
Down . . 


. 2,250 


Christopher Wamock 


Margaret Square, Newry, 
Co. Down. 






Lotherton Hall, Aberford, 

Leeds 

66 Rue de Nazareth, Paris 

Elfern, .\vondale Avenue, 
Woodside Park, N.... 

12 Montpellier Grove, 
Cheltenham 

25 Via Emilia, Rome.... 

Clifton House, Datchet, 
nr. Windsor 

21 Marlborough Building, 

Bath 

Amalfi, Weston Super 

Mare 

Killearnan, Alexandria 

Terrace, Forres 

Walnut Grove, Minnesota, 

U.S.A 

San Francisco, Cal 

Digby, N.S 




Gates, John Williams 


Gentleman 


750 
200 


Gaywood, Frederick John 


11 
Spinster "l 




Gedge, Charlotte Mabel 


50 




150 


Gemmill, James Dunlop 


Lieutenant Colonel. 
Spinster 1 


2,500 


Gibbs, Beatrice Amv 




Florence Mary Gibbs 


2,000 


Edith Lilian Gibbs 


It 
Esquire 




Gib-son, Thomas Maitland . . . 




Giffard, Fanny. . 


Spinster 


250 


Gillies, Isabella 


Married 


200 


Gillis, Mary Elizabeth 


(( 


100 


Gillon, James ; 


Broker 


250 
2,500 


Gilpin, Charlotte May 

Gilpin, Mary Waters 

Gilpin, Thomas Bernard 




50 






300 


Barrister 


i< 


50 


Esquire 


23 Nuding Road, Shell, 
Road, Lewisham, S.E. 

The Rectory, Wells, Co. 
Meath 




Given, Olive 


Married 


300 




Spinster 


300 




57 Queen's Gardens, Hyde 
Park W 






Esquire 


300 




57 Queen's Gardens, Hyde 
Park, W 

Clammer Hill, Haslemere, 
Surrev. 




Glennie, Farquhar 




300 


Captain, R.N 

Esquire 


250 


Glennie, Gordon 


Moray House, Alverstoke, 






250 


Glennie, W^illiam Hobson. 


57 Queen's Gardens, Hyde 
Park, W 

15 Upper Phillimore Place, 
Kensington, W 




Gloster, Aphra Jane 


Married 


300 






500 








Carried forward 


7,499 


374,950 



DEPARTMENT OF FIIfANCE 
^^^ 4 GEORGE v., A. 1914- 

Bank of British North America-Banque de rArneriqueBritauvu^^ 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
1 d'actions. 




Esquire. 



Gentleman. 
Esquire 



Brought forward • ■ ' j^i^ow. . . 

Glyn, Mary Ann 

Hugh Douglas Gb-n 

Lionel Claude Glj-n 

Godfrey, Arthur • 

Godfrey, James McNab 

Goodbody, Henry Perry 

Albert Goodbody 

Goodbody, Henry Perry 

Edmund Arthur Trouton 

Goodridge, Elisa 

Goodwin, Annie Sarah 

Goodwin, Henry Garrard 

Goodwin, Evelyn Orton 



Northwood.n 



7,499 



Widow. 



Spinster. . 
Esquire. . 
Spinster. 



Goold, James Knight 

Gordon, Catherine.. ••■-.• • ■ • 
Gordon, Emily Olga Marian.. 



Gordon, Henry Wilson. 
Gore, Harriette Gore.. 



Paymaster. 

Spinster 

Married 



Gossip, Charles John 

Goucher, Mary Carpenter. 



Colonel.. . 
Spinster. . . 



Esquire, M.D- 
Widow 



Gould, Ellen Maria 

Govett, Adolphus Frederick. 

Granger, Edith Gwendoline. . 
Grant, Alexander 



Spinster 

Gentleman. 



Married 

Esquire, M.D. 



Grant, Elizabeth Falconer. ._. 
Grant, Eweretta Alice Forsyth. 

Grant, Frances Havergal . . . 
Grant, Maurice Cecil Forsyth. . 

Grant, Mary Jane Dunn 

Grant, John Forsyth 



Grant, John Thomas. 



Widow... 
Spinster. 



Esquire. 
Widow.. 
Esquire.. 



Hill House, 

Middlesex 

The Old Elms, Letch- 
worth, Herts..... ■ 

Hill House, Northwood 

Middlesex / • >< ' J' 

The Grange, South Oott 

stone, Surrey 

Halifax, N.S...^. • • ■ • • ■• 
Obelisk Park, Blackrock, 

Co. Dublin ,••■;■ 

Obelisk Park, Blackrock, 

Co. Dublin 

The Grange, StiUorgan, 

Co. Dublin •■■••- 

Mont Fleury, near Oren- 

I oble, France •. 

44 St. George's Terrace, 

Newcastle-on-Tyne 

44 St. George's Terrace, 

Newcastle-on-Tyne 

44 St. Geroge's Terrace, 

Newcastle-on-Tyne 

Brantford, Ont....... • ■••■ 

,11 Leitrim Place, Wicklow 

16 Hermitage Drive, 

I Braid Road, Edinburgh 

39 Old Broad Street, E.C! 

c/o Bank of New South 

Wales, 29, Threadneedle 

Street, London, E.C 

Halifax, N.S ■ • ■ ■ ■ 

The Cottage, Aston Row- 
ant, Tetsworth Oxon^. 
Ashlands, Burwash, Etch- 

ingham ■■■■ — . 

18 Albert Hall Mansions, 
Ken.<ington Gore, S.W. 
Airlie House, Tonbrdige. . 
17 Cluny Gardens, Edin- 
burgh ' 

Halifax, N.S ■■•v,-" J 

34 St. Stephen s Koad, 
Cheltenham... 

HaUtax, N.S | 

Ecclfesgreig, Montrose 1 

Ottawa, Ont. ...... ..•••■ 

34 St. Stephen s Koad, 
Cheltenham 



37 



10 



Grant, William ■ • • • • • 

Grant, William Denzil Forsyth 

Gray, Mary Griselda 



Gentleman 

Esquire, M.D. 

Esquire 

I Spinster 



Gray, Margaret. 



Green, Julia Elizabeth^. 

Green, Thomas John bhipton 



Esquire 

Barrister at law. 
Esquire 



Greene, Wentworth . •■•■•••■ 

Greenly, Edward Howorth 

iMaster mariner 

Greeno, Henry Harmenus Publisher 

Greenwood, Edgar 



Esquire. 



Gentleman. 



Gregg, James 

Gregson, Mary Edwards 

Grein, Frederick Charles 

Greswell, Walter 

Grey. Margaret Rosalie Teresa Mary JMarried 

Walter Guy Coffin Kirkwood JEsquire 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
paye. 

374,950 



1,850 



95 Holmewood Gardens 
" BrixtonHiU, S.W .. ,.. 
Channel, Newfoundland.. 
The Laurels, Cheltenham. 
c/o "The Grosvenor 

Halifax, N.S 

West Retford Rectory, 

Retford 

JafTna, Ceylon....^.... , 

Warberrv House, BisboP Sj 

Down, Tunbridge Wellsi 

.Ottawa, Ont..^. . • ■ • • ■ 

Titley Court, Titley, Here- 

I fordshire 

Cheverie, N.S. .....•-■•• • 

8 Broadway, Ludgate Hill, 

T? Q, 

166 Ciiatsworth Road 

Morecambe....^^ • 

Mangots- 



„ • A Svston Rectory, 

Married | - g^j^ _ ^g^j. Bristol 



Clerk 
orders. 



in holy 



10 Mincing Lane, 
E.C. 



London,' 



The Vicarage, Marthall,| 
Knutsford, Cheshire. 
Roland Gardens, fe. 



Kensington, S.W. 
124 Knightsbridge, 



S.W. 



10 
11 



3 
5 

9 
14 



10 
4 

2 
1 

15 

3 

33 

4 



4 
10 



10 
3 

20 
5 

34 

4 



Carried forward 



7,869 



150 
350 

50 

500 

250- 

500 

550 

400 
150 
250 

4.50 
700 

150 
50 

300 

450 

500 
200 

100 
50 

750 

1,50 

1,650 

200 

450 

1,250 
200 
500 

15(i 

500 
150 

1,000 
250 

1,700 
200 

250 

250 

200 

250 

250 
2.50 

393,450 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANKS 



127 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 

Bank of British North America — Banque de rAm(5rique Britannique du Nord. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Brought forward. 
GriflBn, Mary Evaline Annie. . 



Grindley, Richard Roe, deceased. 
Grindon, Arthur Wilham Harvey. 



Grindon, Henry Maunsell. 



Grindon, Mary Louise. . . 
Grogan, Edward Harry. 

Grubb, Anne 

Guerin, Ada Cassandra. . 



Guerout, Narcisse 

Guinness, Richard Seymour. 



Guiver, Susan 

Gumbleton, Isabella Matilda. 



Guthrie, Margaret Maxwell. 
Hale, Frances Alicia 



Hale, Henrietta 

Hale's Hospital, The Jeffery 

Haliburton, Ella 

Halifax Industrial School 

Halifax Protestant Orphan Home. 
Hall, Alice 



Hall. David Henry. 



Olive Edith Hall 

Hall, John Richard Clark. 



Halls, Mary Ann 

Hamilton, Abraham Bruce 

Hamilton. .\:ice Mary 

Hami'ton, Charles Chetwodc. 

Hamilton, Charlotte Kirk 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
payfe. 



Married. 



Gentleman 

Clerk in holy 
orders 



Clerk in holy 
orders 



Spinster 

Lieutenant, R.N. 
Spinster 



Deceased. 
Esquire... 



Spinster. 
Widow. . . 



Spinster. 



Widow . 



Married. 



Clerk in holy or 

ders 1 

Married / 

Gentleman 



Widow 

Gentleman 

Spinster 

Cie. k in holy 

ders 

Spinster , 



Hamilton, Edmund Charles j Retired captain 

Hamilton, Grace Davidson ISpinater 

Hamilton, Harold Francis Clerk in holy or- 
ders 



Hamilton, Jane Russell. 



Hamilton, John 

Hamilton, John 

Charles Chetwode Hamilton. 



Walter Gibson Pringle Cassels. 
Hamilton, John 

Charles Hamilton 

Walter Gibson Pringle Cassels. 
Hamilton, John. 

George Hamilton Thomson 

De la Cherois Thomas Irwin. . 
Hamilton, John Henry Wallace 



Hamilton, Robina 

Hamilton, Rosina Wolf 

Hamend, Charles Annesley. 



Handcock, Jessie Bamett. 
Hannan, Grace Catherine. 



Carried forward . 



Widow. 



Gentleman. 



Clerk in holy or- 
ders 

King's Counsel 

Gentleman 

Bishop 

King's Counsel 

Gentleman 



Lieutenant-Colonel. 
Bank manager 



Manor Farm, Wingrave, 

Avlesburv 

Montreal, P.Q 



Brompton Hospital, Lon- 
don, S.W 



30 Hamilton Square, Birk- 
enhead 

30 Hamilton Square, 
Birkenhead 

c;'o Messrs. Coutts & Co., 
440 Strand, W.C 

Seskin, Carrick on Suir, 
Waterford 

Gibauderie, St. Peter Port 
Guernsev 

Quebec, P"Q 

16 Rutland Gate, London, 
S.W 

2 Glendarvon, Street, 
Putney, S.W 

Twyning Manor, near 
Tewkesbury, Gloucest- 
ershire 

41 Falcon Gardens Edin- 
burgh 

Forest House. Coleman's 
Hatch, Sussex 



Quebec, P.Q..^. 
Annapolis, N.S. 
Halifax. X.S.... 



Oaklands, 42, Collegiate 
Crescent, ShefBeld 

1, Ventnor, Dalkey, Co. 
Dublin 

36, Baskerville Road, 
Wandsworth Common, 
S.W 

Halifax, N.S 

So'ith Parade, Waterford. 

Montreal, P.Q 



21, Lammas Park Road, 

Ealinc:, W 

Montreal, P.Q 

28, Eldon Street, Greenock 

500, Wilbrod Street, Ot- 
tawa, Ont 

63, St. \incent Crescent, 
Glasgow, Scotland 

Quebec, P.Q 



Montreal, Que. 
Toronto, Ont.. 
Quebec, P.Q... 
Ottawa, Ont... 
"Toronto, Ont.. 
Quebec, P.Q... 



Spinster 

Widow 

Esquire, J. P. 

Married 



Spinster. 



Ottawa, Ont 

Belfast Bank, Lurgan, Co. 
Armagh 

Quebec, P.Q 

MahoneBay, N.S 

Twyford Hall, East Dere- 
ham 

6, West field Terrace, Scar- 
boroug I 

Co Royal Bank of Ire- 
land, Limited, Kings- 
town, Ireland 



7,869 


£ 393,450 


4 
25 


200 
1.250 


5 


250 


5 


250 


23 


1,150 


2 


100 


5 


250 


7 
2 


350 
100 


20 


1,000 


4 


200 


68 


3,400 


1 


50 


4 

10 

121 

11 

3 

2 


200 
500 
6.0.50 
550 
150 
100 


5 


250 


3 


150 


1 

6 

4 

11 


50 
300 
200 
550 


34 


1,700 


16 

27 

5 


800 

1,350 

250 


21 


1,050 


a 
20 


250 
1,000 


12 


600 


I 46 


2,300 


i ■» 

5 

22 
6 


500 


250 

1,100 
300 


3 


150 


2 


100 


3 


150 


8,458 


422,900 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
128 

4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 

Bank of British Nortl> America-Banque de I'Am^rique Britannique du Nord. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adresse. 



Brought forward. 
Hannay. Helen Blake 



Harding, May Laura. . . . . 
Hardinge, Edith Marcia. 



Married . 
Spinster 



Hardinge, Ruth Charlotte. 

Harrison, James Whitelaw Stronge 

Dodgson Hamilton Madden . . 
James Orr 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions 



Amount. 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



Harwell House, Western 
Road, Fortis Green, N. 

Middleton, N.S •. • 

94, Marina, St. Leonards 
on-Sea 



Barrister at law. 



8,458 

3 
3 



Hart, Emma Earle. . . . . 
Hart, George, deceased 
Hart, George Reuben. . 
Hart, Walter Grey 



Widow 

Gentleman 

Merchant 

Esquire. LL.D. 



Hawker, Mary Frances. . . . . . . • 

Hawkshaw, Hugh Barrmgton. 
Hawley, William 



Henry Horace Pereira 

William de Courcy Stretton. 



Pickering Forest, Cel 

bridge, Co. Kildare. ... . 

Rt. Hon. Judge N^lfb^^,.^Booterstown, Co. 

Esquire. K.C ?'^j^^£^' ^°'^^. ^.^.'".^.^.^' 

Halifax, N.S 

Montreal, P.Q 

Halifax, N.S ■■• •■ 

St. Denis, Ember Lane 

Esher, Surrey • 

1 WH«w 24, Torrs Park, Ilfracombe 

Harwood, Esther Jane Doctor of Civil Law 2. The Esplanade, Sunder- 

Haswell, John I174! Castle Hill, Reading: 

Glenmore, Havant, Hants 
West Green House, Winch- 
field, Hants 

St. Lawrence Rectory 

Southampton.... •■•.•■• 

Long Close. Fhtwick, 

Ampthill ■ •.• 

Leith Hall, Aberdeenshire 
28, Lincoln's Inn Fields 

W.C V- 

The Stock Exchange, Lon- 
don ■ 

Brvnderwen, Moss Lane 

Pinner, Middlesex 

12, Hillside Gardens, 

Highgate, N 

44, Belmont Avenue, Don- 
nybrook, Dublin... 



Spinster .•.••• ■ 

Commander, R.iN.. 
Esquire 



Hay, Charles Edward Norman Leith. 
Edward Temple Gurdon 

James Everard Deacon 

Haydon, Eleanor Amelia 

Hayes, Kate Elizabeth 

Hayes, Susan Hone 

Hazledine, William Clough 



Reverend 

Captain, R.A. 

Esquire 

Solicitor 



Stockbroker. 
Married 



Spinster. 



Clerk in holy or 
ders 



Frederick James Kittermaster. 
Heath, Mary 



Hegan. James Black 

Hellmann, Charlotte Lucy. 



Hellmann, Maria Christiana. 

Henderson, Anne Jane 

Hendry, Louisa Frances 

Henley. Ann 



Schoolmaster. 
Widow 



Civil engineer. 
Spinster 



Married 
Spinster 



Hanley-Chater, Violet Georgina Widow | 

Charles Robertson Porter Medical practitioner 



Hennet, Ernest Charles. 



Henry, Elizabeth 

Henry, Isabella • ■ ■ • 

Hepburn, Henry Clarence Monsarat. 
Herbertson, Frances Rowland Kerr. 
Herring, Isabella Ann 



Edward Graves Meredith. 

Henry Trood Mason 

Royal Trust Company 

Herroun, Edward Felix 



Ash Vicarage, Whitchurch 

Salop • ■ • ••• ••• • 

17, Hillmorton Road, Rug- 

Bednall, near Stafford, 
Staffordshire..... ••• 

Charlottetown, P.E.I... . . 

44, Pemberton Gardens, 
Upper HoUoway , N 

22, Fox Street, Greenock.. 

Liverpool, N.S ■■ 

7, Airlie Gardens, Cainp- 
den Hill, Kensington, W. 
145, Victoria Street, West- 
minster, S.W ■-■;■ 

The Limes, Great Berk 
hamsted, Herts.. ..... .^ 

15, Arlington Road. West 

Ealing 

Toronto, Ont 

Quebec, P.Q 

Montreal, P.Q... •^■•- 

9, Bute Mansions, Glasgow 

liavenswood, St. Foy, 

Quebec, P.Q 

Quebec, P.Q..... 

^ ■ ,„ London, England 

E^'l"'''^ |Montreal,P.Q • 

Ravenshaw, Croydon 
Road, Reigate, Surrey.. 



Esquire. 



Widow 

Spinster — 
Gentleman 
Married... 
Widow 



Notary public. 



Gentleman. 



Esquire. 
Spinster. 



10 

3 

8 
32 

3 

4 

15 

17 

2 

10 



10 
5 

2 



25 
10 



4 

3 

10 

3 



2 
6 
1 
20 
5 



22 



Herroun, Edward Felix 

Anna Maria Herroun 

Herroun, Fanny 

Anna Maria Herroun 

Hersch, Israel Harris 

Hespeler, Jacob .. . .viHrriKu ■ 1 

Hespeler. Sophie Josephine iviarrieu . 1 8, 750 

Carried forward 



r^ntleman l^ebe Road, Cambridge. 
Qentleman Waterloo, Ont 



Married. 



422,900 

1.50 
150 

350 

400 



500 



150 

400 
1,600 

-50 
200 

750 
850 
100 



500 

200 

500 
250 
100 

300 



1,250 
500 

200 
250 
500 
150 

100 



150 



100 

300 

50 

1,000 

250 



1,100 

250 
250 

300 

150 

60 

100 



437,500 



SHAREHOLDERS IN CHARTERED BANES 



129 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 6 
Bank of British North America — Banque de TAmerique Britannique du Nord. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Description. 



Brought forward. 
Hewat, Grayhurst 



Hewat, Margaret 

Richard Alexander ITewat. 



Gentleman. 

Spinster. .. 
Esquire 



Hewat, Richard .\!exander 
Hewetson, George Henry.. 



Bank manager . 

Ada May Claydon [ Married 

Gentleman 



Hewetson, Henry Thomas Hulbert 

William Anderson Black 

Hewett, George Hayley 



Hext, Catherine Gordon. 



Hicks. Fanny 



Retired admiral. 
Married 



Hicks, John 

Ralph Henry Duncan Hicks. 

William Louis Payzant 

Higgin, James Walter 

Hill, Arthur George Kennedy. . . 

Claude Hardinge Hill 

Frederika Woodgate Hill. .. 
Hill, Kato Louise 



Widow 

Gentleman . 



Esquire 

Commander, 

Captain 

Spinster 

Widow 



R.N. 



Hill, Lewis Fiske Merchant 

Hill, Mary Anne Elizabeth [Spinster 

Hillingdon (Right Hon. Baron. 

Hilton-Green, Francis Gentleman 



John Travers Lewis Barrister. 



Hime, Walter Lloyd. 

Maurice William Llime. 

Framcis Ross Jennings.. 
Kingston, Charles Albert. . . 



Hitchcock, Gertrude LeLievre. 
Agnes Marie Hitchcock 



Hoare, Edward Arthur. 



Hoare, Oliver Vaughan Gurney. 



Hoare, William Douro 

Philip William Carr 

Barre Algernon Highmore Goldie. 
Holden, James Clement 



Alexander Mackay 

Elizabeth Holden Burns. 



Hollinworth, Elizabeth Marianne. 

Hollis, William Ains'ie 

Holmes, Henry Forrester 



Holmes, Ida May 

Holroyd, Edith Annie. 



Gentleman. 



Esquire, M.D. 
Spinster 



Esquire., 



Gentleman. 
Esquire 



Widow. 



Post Office Addres.s. 
Adresse. 



St. Cuthbert's, Ross Road 
South Norwood Hill, 
S.E 

Warfield Cottage, Brack- 
nell. Berks 

Sonaehan, Brighton Road, 
Surbiton 



Barclay & Co., Ltd., Ips- 
wich 

East Thorpe Rectory, Kel- 
vedon, Essex ] 

Pau, France 

HaUfax. N.S 

Southmoor, Buckley, 
Westward Ho, Devon. . 

C/o Union Bank of Scot 
Ipnd Ld., 62, Cornhill, 
EC 

Wentworth House Wick 
ham, Hants 

Halifax, N.S 

London, England 

Halifax, N.S 

Renvoulin, Oban, N.B 

London, Eng 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



U6.\, Brownhill Road 
Catford, S.E 

Dartmouth, N.S 

Ottawa, Ont 

fi7,Lombard Street, E.C... 

Frampton-on-Severn, Glou 
cester 

Montreal, P.Q 



Toronto, Ont. 



Physician 

Clerk in holy orders 
Married 



3, The Esplanade, 
mouth 



Ply- 



Alfred Edward Wilcockson 
Home for the Aged of Halifax.. . 

Home, Sydney Grace Milne 

Hooper, Henry 

John Robins Matthews 



Clerk in holv order 



William Frederick .\shby Fletcher. 
Hooper, Rhoda, deceased 



Carried forward . 

6—9 



St. Clement's, Paignton, 

ton, Devon 

4, Roland Gardens, South 

Kensington, London, S. 

W 

Pinners Hall, 8 & 9, Austin 

Friars, I>ondon, E.C... 

14, Austin Friars, London 

E.C 

Mountain St.. Montreal, 

P-Q ,• 

13, .\lbert Square, Dundee 
8, Holland Park Court 

Kensington, W 

Villiers Cottage, Villiers 

Road, Sodthsea 

Salisbury Lodge, Salisbur 

Road, Hove 

The Vicarage, Bampton, 

Devon 

Truro, N.S 

ly, Harehills Avenue, 

Chapeltown, Leedsl.. 
17. Upper Madeley Street, 

Derby 

Halifax, N.S 



Spinster. . . 

Reverend. 

Esqu're... 

So'icitor. . 
Widow... . 



The Cottase, Paxton, Ber 
wick-on-Tweed 

Harptree, Hatherley Road 
Sidcup 

41 , Trewsbury Road, 
Sydenham, Kent 

Biggleswade, Bedfordshire 

Thome, Yeovil, Somerset. 



,750 

115 

20 
128 

1 
12 



5 
12 

3 
12 
23 

1 

8 

1 

17 

21 
3 

4 

6 

64 
21 
35 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
pay6. 



9,379 



437,500 

5,750 

1.000 
6,400 

50 
600 

350 

2.50 
600 
150 
600 
1,150 



50 
400 

60 
850 

1.0.50 



1.50 

200 

300 

3,200 
1,050 



3 


1, <ou 

150 


4 


200 


6 


300 


7 
25 


3.50 
1,250 


3 


150 


' 4 


200 


2 


100 


28 


1,400 


28 


1,400 



468,950 



130 



DEPARTMENT OF FIXANCE 



4 GEORGE v., A. 1914 

Bank of British North America — Banque de rAmerique Britannique du Nord. 



Name. 
Nom. 



Brought forward. 
Hope, Frances Sarah 



Hope, Frank 

Hope, Ida May 

Hopkins, Edward James., 

Hopkinson, John Henry. . 
Hornick, ^'ictoria Mary. . 



Hough, Robert Baldwin. 



How, Henry 

Howard, Hon. Geoffrey William Algernon. 



Hon. Anthony Morton Henley 

Hon. Nathaniel Charles Rothschild. 

Howden, James, deceased 

Howden, Margaret Jane 



Description. 



Post Office Address. 
Adres.se. 



Spinster. 



Bank manager. 

Married 

Captain, R.E.. 



Doctor of Divinity. 
Married 



Esquire. 



Clerk in holv orders, 

M.p ; 



Hoyt, Henry Silas 

Huddleston, Alexandrina Isabella. 



Hudson, Joseph 

Lewis Chalmers Lockhart. 
Hughes, Ellen 



Hull, Mary Ann Rose 

Hume, Charles Whaler 

Arthur Ashley Pearson. 



Humphrey, Frances 

Hungerford, .-Vnnie Florence, and Jane Toye Hunger- 
ford 



Hungerford, Isabella, deceased 

Annie Rachel McKenzie Hungerford. 



Hungerford, Isabella, deceased. . 
Dorothy Aimee Hungerford. 



Hungerford, Isabella, deceased 

Lillian Victoria McKenzie Hungerford. 

Hungerford, William Alexander, deceased.. 

Arthur Blacker 



Captain 

Honourable. 

Esquire 

Spinster 



Merchant. 
Married... 



Clerk in holy orders. 

Solicitor 

Spinster 



Colonel 

Esquire, C.M.G... 
Married 



Spinsters. 



Number 
of shares. 

Nombre 
d'actions. 



Amount 
Paid. 

Montant 
payfe. 



Charlemont, Oaklands 

Grove, Bexley Heath, 

Kent 

Halifax, N.S 

Halifax, N.S 

52, Rock Avenup, Gilling 

ham, Kent 

Poltimore Rectory. Exeter 
Johnshill House, Fethard 

Waterford 

The Hollies, Buckhurst 

Hill, E.ssex 

Annapolis, Royal N.S. . . 
I.Kensington Palace Green 

London, W 

Care of Cox & Co., 16 Char 

ing Cross, London,