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SESSIONAL PAPERS 



VOLUME 5 



SECOND SESSION OF THE FOURTEENTH PARLIAMENT 



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SESSION 1923 



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VOLUME LIX 



13-14 George V Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers 



A. 1923 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX 

TO THE 

SESSIONAL PAPERS 

OF THE 

PARLIAMENT OF CANADA 



SECOND SESSION, FOURTEENTH PARLIAMENT, 1923 



A 

Acadia Coal Co. — Agreements with tq 

Railway 99 

Ap;riculture Department: — 

Annual Report, 1921-22 16 

Employees of 147 

Aocrieultural Instruction Act: — 
Report of Duncan Marshall re . . . . 86a 

Report on, 1921-22 86 

Agricultural workers, etc. — Draft agree- 
ment with British Government re- 
specting prepaid passages 201 

Air Board— Annual Report, 1922.. .. 241 
Alberta coal strike, 1922 ..149, 149a, 1496 
Alberta Drainage Co. — Sale of land to 250 
Archives, Public — Annual Report, 1921 30 
Arctic Islands — Occupancy of by ex- 
peditions.. .•. 231, 231a 

Auditor General — Annual Report, 1921- 
22 1 

B 

Bacon sides (fresh American) shipped 
into Canada 151 

Bank Act — Returns under S. 91, sub- 
section 2 222 

Barristers — Payments to account C.N.R. 
and G.T.R. arbitrations 81 

Beckett, M. C, Owen Sound, Ont.— 
Employment of 130 

Belanger, A. C, St. Moise, P.Q.— Dis- 
missal of 182 

Belanger, U., Padoue, P.Q. — Dismissal 
of 181 

Blackwood, H. P., Winnipeg, Man. — Em- 
ployment of 168 

Blake, Charles, Winnipeg, Man. — Em- 
ployment of 166 

Bolte, Camille, Post OflEice, Montreal, 
P.Q 198 

Bonds or securities registered — State- 
ment 80 

Boulay, Adrienne, Sayabec, P.Q. — Dis- 
missal 137 

Bounties for development sea fisheries 
and building of fishing vessels.. .. 115 

Bridge, Montreal and Longeuil — Con- 
struction of 234 



Bridge, on Lachine Canal, St. Henry 
Ward, Montreal 200 

British Columbia — Claims of on Fed- 
eral Government 140 

Butter — Imports and exports 95 

C 

Campbell, Orin — Claim for loss of horse 105 
Canada Temperance Act — Representa- 
tions of B.C. Government 136 

Canadian Battlefields Memorials Com- 
mission — Report 69 

Canadian Government Merchant Mar- 
ine, Limited: — 

Annual Report for 1922 189 

Earnings and expenditures of certain 

vessels 219 

Sale of 27 of smaller vessels 218 

Use, suitability, sale or other disposi- 
tion of vessels 253 

Canadian National Railway Act, 1919 

— Regulations under 93 

Canadian National Railways: — 
Correspondence of members of Gov- 
ernment or ofiicials of Depts; of 
Members of Parliament; with late 
Directors re resignations.. ..215, 215a 

Costs, fixed charges, etc 160 

Details of appropriations, 1923-24.. 230 
Equipment orders placed since Oct. 

4, 1922 ■ 238 

Hotels operated by 134 

Orders in Council.. ..55, 55a, 55b, 228o 

Private or official cars 204 

Purchase of property, King-Yonge 

Sts., Toronto 221 

Real estate purchased or agreed to be 

purchased 228 

Real estate sold or agreed to be sold 

since Oct. 4, 1922 228 

Revenue, freight and passenger traffic 

originating Ontario, Quebec, etc, 94 
Ruling grades, construction costs, etc. 195 
Canadian Northern Railway Co.: — 
Arbitration proceedings — Payments to 

barristers 81 

Correspondence of members of Gov- 
ernment or officials of Depts.; of 

members of Parhament 215, 215a 

Orders in Council 228a 



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A. 1923 



Canadian Pacific Railway Co.: — 

Assets, capital stock issued, etc 170 

Data re 170a 

Land held; land sold past five years. 85a 
Land sold year ended Sept. 30, 1922. 85 
Ruling grades, construction costs, etc. 195 
Terminals, Quebec City — ^Use by 

Canadian National 124 

Cattle, dairj^ — Testing of vicinity Monc- 

ton, X.B 152 

Cattle, pure bred — Accredited herds.... 114 
Cattle, store and breeding — Entry into 

Great Britain 239 

Civic Employees' Union, Prince Rupert 

— Board of Conciliation 190 

Civil Service: — 
Dismissal of employees. City and dis- 
trict of Quebec 243 

Dismissal of officers or employees 

from Jan. 1, 1922.. .. 226, 226a 

Emploj'ees, City and district of Que- 
bec 245 

Employees, Department of Agricul- 
ture 147 

Employees. No. each year 1911-22; 

costs since 1911 102 

Employees, No. on Dec. 31, 1922; 
totals of amounts payable to, etc. 

112, 112a 
Employees, No. on March 31 each 

year since 1900; salaries.. ..121, 121a 
Employees, No. on March 31, 1923; 

total cost of service 251 

Employees, temporary-, Dec. 31, 1921, 

Dec. 31. 1922 192 

Emploj'ees, temporary, made perman- 
ent 206, 206o 

Employees, full-time — Number. . . . 225 
Retirements under Public Service 

Act 109 

Superannuation and Retiring Allow- 
ances, 1922 42 

Technical and professional appoint- 
ments, Sept. 1911 to Dec. 1922.. 252 
Total cost, each department, 1911-22 214 

Total cost, 1918-19, 1921-22 210 

Civil Service Commission : — 
Annual Report, vear ended Decem- 
ber 31, 1922.. .' 24 

Appointments or nominations made 

by since Jan. 1. 1922 180 

Positions removed from the control 

of 127 127a, 1276 

Civil Service Insurance — Statement for 

1921-22 43 

Coal for federal buildings, Winnipeg.. 207 
Coal importations from U.S.. 1896-1921 100 
Coastal shipping regulations — Abroga- 
tion or suspension of 232, 232a 

Congdon, K.C., F. C. — Alleged malad- 
ministration in Yukon Ty 191a 

Congdon, K.C., F. C. — Order in Council 

appointing Commissioner 191 

Convention between Canada and U.S., 

halibut fisheries Ill 

Conventions of Commerce: — 

France-Canada, 1922 72 

Italy-Canada, 1923 78 



Country elevators — Regulations of 
Board of Grain Commissioners;. .. 64 

Customs and Excise — Annual Report, 
1921-22 3 

Customs and Excise tax collections, 
1918-22 179 

Customs tariff rates in France 72a 

Customs officials, etc., Co. Halton, Ont. 203 

D 

Dairy cattle, vicinity Moncton, NB. — 
Testing of 152 

Dauphinee, Charles, Lunenburg, N.S. — 
Dismissal 82 

Debt of Canada on March 31, 1921, 
etc 142 

Destructive Insect and Pest Act — Regu- 
lations under 66 

Disarmament on the Great Lakes — 
Papers 141 

Doctors employed on Government rail- 
ways, Quebec 146 

Dominion buildings — OflBcers in Charge, 
Chief Architect's Branch, Dept. Pub- 
lic Works 209 

Dominion Coal Co. strike, 1922 — Send- 
ing of troops 122 

Dominion Lands — Leases, licenses, per- 
mits cancelled 89 

Dominion Lands Act — Orders in Council 59 

Dominion Lands — 40 mile railway belt, 
B.C.— Orders in Council 63 

Dominion Lands Survey Act — Orders 
in Council 62 

Dominion Statistician — Annual Report, 
1921-22.. 10 

Dorchester Penitentiary — Emergency re- 
quisitions for supplies.. ..' 97 

Dryden, W. A. — Communications and 
reports 244 

Drj^-dock, Levis, P.Q 158 

Dundas St. Highway, Toronto to Lon- 
don 103 

E 

Eastern Land Co., The, Capreol, Ont. 
—Purchase of land 133 

Eastern Lands Development Co., The 
— Transfer of land 133a 

Editorial Committee — Annual Report, 
1922 87 

Economic Conference, Genoa, 1922 — 
Report of Canadian Delegates.. .. 35 

Elections Act, Dominion — Tariffs of 
fees 76 

Elections, By, 1922— Report 34a 

Electoral Officer, Chief— Report for 1922 34 

Embargo on cattle entering Great 
Britain 239 

Empire Settlement Scheme — Draft 
agreement with British Govt.. .. 201 

Estimates : — 

Main. 1923-24 88 

Details, Civil Govt., 1923-24 88a 

Supplementarj^ 1923-24 88c 

Supplementary', further, 1922-23.. . 886 
Supplementary, further, 1923-24. .88d, 88e 



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A. 1923 



Eureka, S.S. — ^Appointments of officers 
and men 199 

Experimental Farms, Dominion — Report 

of Director 1921-22 65 

Exports of certain commodities from 

Canada, 1922 120 

Express charges, etc. — Payments by 

various departments 217 

External Affairs — Annual Report, 1921- 

22 25 

F 

Fairs — Officials Dept. Agriculture attend- 
ing, 1922 240 

Fire insurance, property soldier settlers, 
Prov. Manitoba 117 

Fish trawlers — Landing of fish in Mari- 
time province ports 247 

Forest Reserves and Parks Act — Orders 
in Council 60 

France-iCanada Convention of Com- 
merce, 1922 72 

Freight and express rates, apples and 
vegetables, Windsor, N.S. to Mont- 
real, P.Q .••••.•• 106 

Freight rates — Alleged discrimination 
against B.C 173 

G 

Genoa Economic Conference, 1922 — 
Report of Canadian Delegates 35 

Gold, placer, in Labrador — ^Statement by 
Geological Survey 202 

Governor General's Warrants — State- 
ment 38 

Grain Commissioners, Fort William — 
Employees, etc 194 

Grain dealers Western Inspection Di- 
vision, licensed under Grain Act.. 212 

Grain elevator system. Fort William 
to Montreal— Papers 237 

Grain grown on Indian reserves, prairie 
provinces 171 

Grain marketing and shipment 138 

Grain rates. Great Lakes — Report of 
Royal Commission 211 

Grain shipped from Montreal, years, 
1920-21-22.. .. .. 176 

Grain trade investigation — ^Correspon- 
dence with R. M,. Rombough.. .. 132 

Grand Trunk Railway Co.: — 
Arbitration proceedings — payments to 

barristers 81, 81a 

Correspondence with late Directors 

re resignations 215, 215a 

Orders in Council 70, 70a, 

70b, 228a 
Preference and Common sharehold- 
ers — Memorial and reply of Gov- 
ernment 233 

Revenue, freight and passenger traffic, 

originating Ontario, Quebec, etc... 94 
Terminal facilities, etc. — Chicago and 
Detroit 125 

Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Co.: — 
Memorial of holders 4 per cent deben- 
ture stock 227 



H 

Halibut fisheries of Northern Pacific: — 

Convention between Canada and U.S., 
1923.. Ill 

Communications re signing of conven- 
tion Ilia 

Harbours, Govt.— Tolls and dues, 1921 68 
Health Department — Annual Report, 

1921-22 19 

Hotels owned by Canadian National 

Railways 134 

Hudson, Government cutter — Crew. . 165 
Hudson's Bay Railway — ^Removal of 

rails 118 

I 

Illicit stills — Remissions granted to con- 
victed persons 223 

Immigration and Colonization — Annual 
Report, 1921-22 13 

Immigration, assisted — ^Draft agreements 
with Great Britain 201 

Imperial Conference, Imperial Econ- 
omic Conference, 1923 — ^Correspon- 
dence and Agenda 177 

Imperial Oil Co. — Construction of pipe 
line, Barrack Point, N.S 216 

Imperial Oil Co. — Sale or lease of lands 

at Barrack Point, N.S _. ..148, 148a 

Imports into Canada — Value in cur- 
rency of country of origin, also in 
Canadian currency 164 

Income tax collections, 1918-1922.. .. 178 

Income War Tax Act, 1917 — Remission 
of fines, etc 242 

Indian Act — Enfranchisements under.. 58 

Indian Affairs— Annual Report, 1921-22 14 

Insurance — Report of Superintendent, 
1921 45 

Interior Department — Annual Report, 
1921-22 12 

Internal Economy, House of Commons 
— Report of Commissioners, 1922... 75 

International Labour Conference, Gen- 
eva—Reports and documents.. ..150, 

150a 1506, 150c 

Intoxicants taken into N.W.Ts. under 
permit 56 

Irrigation Act — Supplementary rules, 
etc 84 

Italy-Canada Convention of Com- 
merce, 1923 78 

J 

Joint Peat Committee — Data 128 

Joseph LeBlanc, fishing boat — Confisca- 
tion of, 193 

L 

Labour Department — Annual Report, 
1921-22 26 

Lake Grain Rates — ^Report of Royal 
Commission _.. 211 

Land within pre-emption area, Domin- 
ion Lands Act 155' 



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A. 1923 



Lands sold bv C.P.R. vear ended Sept. 

30, 1922 ~ 85 

Lands sold bj' C.P.R. past five years.. 85a 
League of Nations: — 

Third Assembly, 1922— Report of 

Canadian Delegates 36 

Lewis, John L. — Correspondence between 

Minister of Labour and 90 

Librarians of Parliament — Appendix to 

Annual Report, 1922 37 

Licenses, permits, etc. — Government 

scale of fees 156 

Licenses to United States fishing vessels. 116 
Lignite Utilization Board of Canada — 

Data 119 

Lindsay market scales 96 

Liquor export warehouses NJB. — Es- 
tablishing of 139 

Liquor — Imports, exports, duty, etc... 246 
Liquor — Transportation over Canadian 

National Railway into N.S... .. .. 236 

Live stock conditions South America — 

Report of W. A. Dryden. 174 

Loan and Trust Companies — Abstract 

statement of, 1921 46 

Lots 31-32, Block 8, Vermilion, Alta.— 

Sale to Govt 169 

M 

Mail subsidies and steamship subven- 
tions—Annual Report, 1921-22.. .... 7 

Margaree River Salmon Fisheries As- 
sociation 229 

Marine and Fisheries: — 
Annual Report (Fisheries) 1921-22.. 29 
Annual Report (Marine) 1921-22.. .. 28 

Marshall, Duncan — Communications and 
Reports 244 

Marshall, Duncan — Appointment as 
Commissioner 126 

Migratory Birds Convention Act — Orders 
in Council 61 

Militia and Defence: — 

Annual Report, 1921-22.. 17 

Appointments, promotions, retire- 
ments 53 

Disbursements out of monies other 
than those included in amounts 

voted by Parliament 157 

General Orders 52 

Militia Orders 54 

Motor cars, official — Data 204 

Milking machines — Duty collected.. .. 95 

Mines Department — Annual Report, 
1921-22 15 

Miscellaneous Unforeseen Expenses — 
Statement 39 

Morrison, D. W., St. Peter's N.S.— 
Dismissal .. 186 



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National Battlefields Commission — ^Fi- 
nancial statement, 1921-22 48 

Naval Ser\'ice : — 

Annual Report. 1921-22 17a 

Orders in Council 51, 51ato51g 



Newspapers companies — Payments to 
since Jan. 1, 1922 208, 208a, 2086 

Nicomen Island, B.C. — Protection 
against flooding 153 

Nolin, J., St. David, P.Q. — Resignation 175 

North Oakville Post Office — Opening of 159 

Northwest Territories Act — Ordinances 
under 57 

Nova Scotia Statutes, 1921 — Disallow- 
ance of Chapter 177 145 

Nova Scotia Statutes, 1921 — Memo- 
randa, opinions, etc 144, 144a 

O 

Oleomargarine — Manufacture of, etc... 95 

Ordinances of Yukon Ty., 1921-22.. .. 71 
Oriental Immigration into B.C. — Papers, 

correspondence, etc.. ..187, 187a, 188, 188a 
Ottawa Improvement Commission — An- 
nual Report, 1921-22 49 

P 

Park St. Charles Land Co. Ltd 101 

Patent Commissioner — Annual Report, 
1921-22 9 

Peace Treaties Acts — Orders in Council 
under.. 107 

Penitentiaries— Annual Report, 1921-22 20 

Pensions and Re-establishment: — 
Report of Royal Commission on First 

Part of Investigation 154 

1st Interim Report of Commission on 
Second Part of Investigation. . ,. .. 154a 

Pension Commissioners — Annual Re- 
port, 1921-22.. 91 

Pension Commissioners — Annual Re- 
port, 1922-23 91a 

Postmasters, Countv of Levis — Dismis- 
sals, 1911-22 185 

Postmaster General — Annual Report, 
1921-22 30 

Proprietary' or Patent Medicine Act — 
Order in Council 74 

Provincial Legislation — Disallowance of 143 

Printing and translation of departmen- 
tal reports, etc 224 

Printing companies — Payments to since 

Jan. 1, 1922 208, 208a, 2086 

Printing outside Printing Bureau — Pay- 
ments for past five years 208c 

Public Accounts — Annual Report, 1921- 
22 2 

Public Printing and Stationery — Annual 
Report, 1921-22 27 

Public Service Act — Retirements under 109 

Public Works— Annual Report, 1921-22 31 

Purchasing Commission — Departments 
purchasing through 205 



Radiotelegraph regulations — Amend- 
ments 79, 79a 

Railwavs and Canals — Annual Report, 
1921-22 32 

Railway Belt (40 mile) B.C.— Orders in 
Council 63 



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Railway Commissioners, Board of — An- 
mial Report, 1922 33 

Railways owned by Dominion in 1896, 
etc 184 

Reclamation Act — Drainage works con- 
structed, etc 83 

Remissions and refunds of customs 
duties, excise taxes, sales taxes.. .. 108 

Reports, etc.. Departmental — Printing 
of in English and in French 224 

Returned Soldiers' Insurance — State- 
ment, 1921-22 .. 44 

Reyenue of Canada from various 
sources 142 

Road projects, Ontario — Data 98 

Road projects, Quebec — Data 110 

Royal Canadian Mounted Police — An- 
nual Report, 1922 21 

Royal Society of Canada — Financial 
statement 47 

Rule of the road, N.S. — Disallowance of 
legislation 135 

S 

St. Lawrence Riyer Waterway — Papers 
relating to Report International Joint 
Commission 249 

Sales Tax — Exemptions from operation 104 

Salt— Duty collected.. 95 

School lands, pre-emption area, Dom- 
inion Lands Act 162 

Scientific and Industrial Research Coun- 
cil:— 

Annual Report, 1921-22 77 

Financial statement, 1921-22 77a 

Secretary of State — Annual Report, 1921- 
22 22 

Six Nations Indian Reserve, Grand 
River, Ont.— Claims of 172 

Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment — An- 
nual Report, 1921-22 18 

Soldiers' Comforts Branch, Toronto — 
Closing of 248 

Soldier -Settlement Act — Amendments to 
regulations 73 

Soldiers' Settlement Board — Placing of 
insurance at Edmonton 254 

Shareholders, Canadian chartered banks 50 

Shareholders. Quebec Savings banks.. 506 

Shipbuilding industry — Endorsements or 
liabilities 41 

Shipping (Navigation and' Shipping) 
—Annual Report. 1921-22 4 

Steamboat Inspection — Annual Report, 
1921-22 196 

Strikes in shipping or railway trades.. 

149, 149fl, 1496 



Superannuation and Retiring Allow- 
ances, Civil Service, 1922 42 

Supreme Court of Canada — Rules.. .. 123 

Sydenham Hospital, Kingston — Dismis- 
sal of medical officers 131 

Sydney coal strike, 1922.. ..149, 149a, 149& 

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Temporary loans — Statement 40 

Terminal elevators, Fort William and 
Port Arthur _ ..235 

Thibeau, Peter — Cancellation of mail 
contract 161 

Thompson, F. G., Winnipeg — Employ- 
ment of 167 

Thornton. K.B.E., Sir Henry W. — Agree- ' 

ment with Government 92 

Toronto Suburban Railway — Sale of. . 220 

Trade and Commerce — Annual Report, 
1921-22 5 

Trade Commissioners, etc. — Names, etc. 129 

Trade of Canada (Imports and Ex- 
ports)— Annual Report, 1921-22.. .. 6 

Trade with France. Spain, etc 113 

Transcontinental Railway line to Que- 
bec, etc. — Utilization of 197 

Translation and printing of departmental 
reports, etc 224 

Treasury Board over-rulings — State- 
ment 38 

U 

Unclaimed balances, Canadian chartered 
banks 50a 

Unclaimed balances, Quebec Savings 

banks 506 

V 

Valcartier Camp grounds — Utilization 
of, etc 213 

Vancouver Harbour Board — Retirement 
of certain members 163 

W 

Weights, Measures, Electricity, Gas Ser- 
vices— Annual Report, 1921-22 8 

Wharves, piers, breakwaters — Leases of 67 

Wheat crop of the world, 1921, etc.. .. 183 



Yukon Tv. — Alleged maladministration 

of F. C. Congdon, K.C 191a 

Yukon Ty.— Ordinances of 1921-22.. .. 71 



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LIST OF SESSIONAL PAPERS 

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



Contents of Volume 1 

{This volume is bound in three parts.) 



1. Report of the Auditor General for the year ended March 31, 1922, — ^Vol. 1, Parts 

a-b— A to J, Volume II, Parts K to SS, Volume III, Parts T to ZZ. Presented 
February 1, 1923 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

Contents of Volume 2 

2. Public Accounts of Canada for the fiscal year ended March 31. 1922. Presented 

February 6, 1923 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

3. Report of the Department of Customs and Excise, containing accounts of revenue 

with statements relative to the Imports, Exports, and Excise of the Dominion of 
Canada, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1922. Presented February 6, 1923, 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

4. Shipping Report of the Department of Customs and Excise, containing the Statements 

of Navigation and shipping of the Dominion of Canada for the fiscal year ended 
March 31, 1922. Presented February 6, 1923. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

5. Thirtieth Annual Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce, for the fiscal 

year ending March 31, 1922. Presented February 1, 1923. 

Printed for distributior, ana sessional papers. 

Contents of Volume 3 

6. Annual Report of the Trade of Canada (Imports for Consumption and Exports), for 

the fiscal year ended March 31, 1922. Presented April 17, 1923. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

Contents of Volume 4 

7. Report relating to Mail Subsidies and Steamship Subventions for the fiscal year 

ending March 31, 1922, with traffic returns, etc., to December 31, 1922. Presented 
April 11, 1923 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

8. Annual Report of the Weights and Measures, Electricity and Gas Inspection Services 

of the Department of Trade and Commerce for the fiscal year ending March 31, 
1922. Presented February 1, 1923 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

9. Report of the Commissioner of Patents for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1922. 

Presented Febiniary 1, 1923 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

10. Annual Report of the Dominion Statistician, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1922. 
Presented March 27, 1923 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

12. Annual Report of the Department of the Interior, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 

1922. Presented February 1, 1923 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

13. Annual Report of the Department of Immigration and Colonization, for the fiscal 

year ended March 31, 1922. Presented February 1, 1923. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

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Contents of Volume 4 — Cojicluded 

14. Annual Report of the Department of Indian Affairs, for the year ended March 31, 1922. 

Presented Febiiiarj' 1, 1923 Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

15. Annual Report of the Department of Mines, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1922. 

Presented February 1, 1923 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

16. Report of the Minister of Agriculture for the Dominion of Canada, for the j^ear 

ended March 31, 1922. Presented February 1, 1923. 

Printei'. jo- distribution and sessional papers. 

17. Report of the Department of Militia and Defence, for the fiscal year ending March 

31, 1922. Presented February' 1, 1^2"^ . .Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

17a Report of the Department of the Naval Service, for the fiscal year ending March 31, 
1922. Presented Februarj' 1, 1923 Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

18. Report of the work of the Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment, for the 

year ending December 31, 1922. Presented February 12, 1923. 

Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

19. Report of the Department of Health, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1922. Pre- 

sented Febniary 5. 1923 Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

Contents of Volume 5 

20. Report of the Superintendent of Penitentiaries, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 

1922. Presented February 6, 1923 Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

21. Report of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for the year ended September 30, 1922. 

Presented February' 16, 1923 Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

22. Report of the Secretary of State of Canada, for the year ended March 31, 1922. Pre- 

sented February 2, 1923 Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

24. Fourteenth Annual Report of the Civil Service Commission of Canada for the year 

ended December 31, 1922. Presented June 14, 1923. 

Printed jo.- distributior. and sessional papers. 

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

1922. Presented Februarj' 1, 1923 Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

26. Report of the Department of Labour for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1922. Pre- 

sented February'- 1, 1923 Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

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

year ended March 31. 1922. Presented Februarv 1. 1923. 

Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

28. Fiftv-fifth Annual Report of the Department of Marine and Fisheries, for the year 

1921-22— Marine. Presented February 2, 1923. 

Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

Contents of Volume 6 

29. Fifty-fifth Annual Report of the Fisheries Branch of the Department of Marine and 

Fisheries, for the year 1921-22. Presented Februaiy 2, 1923. 

Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

30. Report of the Postmaster General for the year ended MaJ|L 31, 1922. Presented 

February 1, 1923 Printed jor distribut^^^l^d sessional papers. 



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30. Report of the Public Archives for the j'ear 1921. Presented ^reruarv 6, 1923. 

Printed jor distribution. 

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

fiscal year ended March 31, 1922. Presented February 1. 1923. 

Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

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Contents of Volume 6 — Continued 

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

April 1, 1921, to March 31, 1922. Presented February 1, 1923. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

33. Eighteenth Annual Report of the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada, for the 

year ended December 31, 1922. Presented (manuscript) April 9, 1923. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

34. Report of the Chief Electoral Officer for 1922. Presented January 31, 1923. 

Not printed. 

34o. Report on By-Elections for the House of Commons of Canada, held during the year 
1922. Presented February 8, 1923 Printed jor distribution and sessional papers. 

33. Joint Report of the Canadian Delegates, Sir Charles Gordon, G.B.E., and Professor 
Edouard Montpetit, Iv.C, LL.D., M.R.S.C., of the Genoa Conference for the 
economic and financial reconstruction of Europe, held from April 10 to May 19, 
1922. Presented Februaiy 1. 1923. 

Printed jor sessional papers and distribution to Senators and Members. 

36. Report of the Canadian Delegates Hon. W. S. Fielding, Hon. Ernest Lapointe and 

Hon. Peter C. Larkin, to the Third Assembly of the League of Nations, September 
3 to 30, 1922. Presented February 1, 1923. 

Printed for sessional papers and distribution to Senators and Members. 

37. Appendix to the Report of the Joint Librarians of Parliament for 1922. Presented 

January 31, 1923 Not printed. 

38. Statement of Governor General's Warrants issued since last session of Parliament on 

account of 1922-23. Statement of the Auditor General respecting over-rulings by 
the Treasury Board on decisions of the Auditor General. Presented Februarj' 1, 
1923 Not printed. 

39. Statement of Expenditure on account of " Miscellaneous Unforeseen Expenses," from 

the 1st April, 1922, to the 31st January. 1923, in accordance with the Appropriation 
Act, 1922-23. Presented February 1, 1923 Not printed. 

40. Statement of Temporary Loans under Chapter 24, Section 13. R.S. (Consolidated 

Revenue and Audit Act). Presented February 1, 1923 Not printed. 

41. Statement of endorsements made or liabilities incurred under the provisions of Chapter 

70, 10-11 Geo. V, An Act respecting the Shipbuilding Industrv. Presented Februarv 
1, 1923 ' Not printed. 

•J'2. Statement of Superannuation and Retiring Allowances in the Civil Service during the 
year ended December 31, 1922, under Chap. 17, R.S.C.. 1908, showing name, rank, 
salary, age, service allowance and cause of retirement of each person superannuated 
or retired, also whether the vacancy has been filled by promotion, or by appoint- 
ment, and the salary of any new appointee. Presented February 1, 1923. 

Not printed. 

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

ending March 31, 1922. Presented February 1, 1923 Not printed. 

44. Statement of Returned Soldiers' Insurance, for the year ended 31st March, 1922. 

Presented February 1, 1923 Not printed. 

45. Report, of the Superintendent of Insurance of the Dominion of Canada for the year 

ended December 31, 1921 — Volume I, Insurance Companies other than Life; 
Volume II, Life Insurance Companies. Presented February 1, 1923. 

Presented in printed form. 



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46. Abstract of Stan^^Hts of Loan and Trust Companies in Canada, for the year ended 
December 31, 1|PI Presented Februarj'- 1, 1923 Presented in printed form. 

47. Statement of the Receipts and Expenditures of the Roval Society of Canada, for the 

year ended April 30, 1922. Presented February 1, 1923 Not printed. 

48. Statement of Receipts and Expenditures of the National Battlefields Commission for 

the year ended March 31, 1922. Presented February 1, 1923 Not printed. 

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49. Report of the Ottawa Improvement Commission for the fiscal year ended March 31, 

1922. Presented February 1, 1923 Not printed. 

50. Lists of Shareholders in the Chartered Banks of the Dominion of Canada as on 

December 31, 1922. Presented February 1, 1923 Not printed. 

50a. Lists of Unclaimed Balances, etc., in Canadian Chartered Banks, in accordance with 
Section 114, Chap. 9, Acts of 1913 (The Bank Act). Presented February 1, 1923. 

Not printed. 

50b. Lists of Shareholders in Quebec Saving Banks; Lists of Unclaimed Balances, etc., in 
Quebec Savings Banks — made in accordance with Sections 58 and 59 of Chap. 42, 
Acts of 1913 (Quebec Savings Bank Act). Presented February 1, 1923. 

Not printed. 

51. Copies of Orders in Council in respect to the Department of National Defence under 

the provisions of Section 47, Chapter 43, 9-10 Edward VII, as follows: P.C. 1964, 
dated September 21, 1922, re Regulations for payment of transportation to depen- 
dents of Naval Officers and Men transferred from one Naval Station to another in 
Canada. P.C. 2224. dated October 27, 1922, re amending Pav and Allowances 
Regulations (Clerk to Senior Naval Officer). P.C. 2346, dated November 11, 1922, 
re entry of Instructors, Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve. P.C. 79, dated 
January 15, 1923, re authorizing formation of Canadian Naval Reserve. P.C. 80, 
dated January 15. 1923. re authorizing Regulations for the organization and main- 
tenance of The Canadian Naval Reserve. Presented February 1, 1923. 

Not printed. 

51(i. P.C. 139, of January 31, 1923, authorizing formation of the Canadian Naval Volunteer 
Reserve. P.C. 140, of January 31, 1923, authorizing Regulations for the Canadian 
Naval Volunteer Reser^'^e. Presented February 13, 1923 Not printed. 

51b. P.C. 202, dated February 7, 1923, authorizing Pay and Allowances of Petty Officer 
Instructors in Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve. Presented February 16, 1923 

N^ot printed. 

51c. P.C. 64. dated February 15, 1923, authorizing an allowance to cover moving expenses 
for Royal Canadian Naval ratings. Presented March 6, 1923 Not printed. 

51d. P.C. 391, of March 5, 1923, amending Rates of Pay and Allowances for the Royal 
Canadian Navy. Presented March 16, 1923 Not printed. 

51e. P.C. 781, dated May 2, 1923, amending Regulations for the Royal Canadian Naval 
Volunteer Reserve in respect to the age limit of enrolment of graduates from the 
Royal Naval College of Canada. Presented May 8, 1923 Not printed. 

51/. P.C. 716, dated April 25, 1923, regarding Pay of Royal Canadian Naval Officers serving 
in the Ro5'al Navy. Presented May IS, 1923 Not printed. 

5lg. P.C. 1006, dated May 31, 1923 — Amendments to Naval Service Pay and Allowance 
Regulations — Pay of Headquarters Supervising Officer. Presented June 20, 1923. 

Not printed. 

52. Copies of General Orders promulgated to the Militia for the period between February 

2, 1922, and February 1, 1923. Presented February 1, 1923. 

Presented in printed form. 

53. Appointments, Promotions and Retirements, Canadian Militia and Canadian Ex- 

peditionary Force, from February 2, 1922, to February 1, 1923. Presented February 
1, 1923 Presented in printed form. 

54. Copies of Militia Orders promulgated between February 2, "1922, and February 1, 

1923. Presented Februar>' 1, 1923 Presented in printed form. 

55. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 115, dated January 20, 1923. entrusting to the 

Canadian National Railway Company the management and operation of the 
Canadian Government railways. Presented Februarj- 1, 1923 Not printed. 

55a. P.C. 2094, dated October 4, 1922, nominating Directors of the Canadian National 
Railwa3' Company. Presented February 2, 1923 Not printed. 

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55b. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 5th March, 
1923, for a copy of all Orders in Council passed since the first day of January, 
1922, in any way relating to the Canadian National Railways or any railway 
now forming part of the National System. Presented April 26, 1923. Sir Henry 
Drayton Not 'printed. 

56. Return showing the number of permits granted to take intoxicants into the North 

West Territories, for the year ended December 31, 1922, in accordance with the 
provisions of the Revised Statutes, Chapter 62, Section 88. Presented February 
1, 1923 Not printed. 

57. Ordinances passed during the period February 28, 1922, to January 18, 1923, in 

accordance with provisions of Section 11, Chapter 62, Revised Statutes of Canada, 
1906, Northwest Territories Act. Presented February 1, 1923 Not printed. 

58. Statement showing the number of Enfranchisements under the Indian Act, from" 

April 1, 1922, to January 31, 1923. Presented February 1, 1923 Not printed. 

59. Return of Orders in Council which have liean published in the Canada Gazette, 

between February 2, 1922, and December 30, 1922, in accordance with the pro- 
visions of Section 77 of " The Dominion Lands Act," Chapter 20, 7-8 Edward VII. 
Presented February 1, 1923 Not printed. 

60. Return of Orders in Council which have been published in the Canada G'azette 

between February 2, 1922, and December 30, 1922, in accordance with the pro- 
visions of Section 19. Chapter 10, 1-2 George V, — " The Forest Reserves and Parks 
Act." Presented February 1, 1923 Not printed. 

61. Copies of Orders in Council passed between February 2, 1922, and December 30, 1922, 

approving of regulations and forms prescribed in accordance with the provisions 
of Section 4, Chapter 18, 1917, " Migratory Birds Convention Act." Presented 
February 1, 1923 Not printed. 

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

between February 2, 1922, and December 30, 1922, in accordance with the pro- 
visions of Section 5 of "The Dominion Lands Survey Act," Chapter 21, 7-8 Ed- 
ward VII. Presented February 1, 1922 Not printed. 

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

in the British Columbia Gazette, between February 2, 1922, and December 30, 
1922, in accordance with provisions of Subsection (d) of Section 38 of the regu- 
lations for the survey, administration, disposal and management of Dominion 
Lands within the 40-mile Railway Belt in the Province of British Columbia. Pre- 
sented February 1, 1923 Not printed. 

64. Copy of Rules and Regulations of the Board of Grain Commissioners in respect to 

Country Elevators. Presented February 1, 1923 Not printed. 

65. Report of the Director of Dominion Experimental Farms for the fiscal year ended 

March 31, 1922. Presented February 1, 1923 Presented in printed form. 

66. Regulations under " The Destructive Irnsect and Pest Act," pursuant to Section 9. 

Chapter 31 of 9-10 Edward VII. Presented February 1, 1923 Not printed. 

67. Return of leases of wharves, piers and breakwaters. Presented February 2, 1923. 

Not printed. 

68. Return of tolls and dues of Government harbours, etc., for the year 1921. Pre- 

sented February 2, 1923 Not printed. 

69. Report of the Canadian Battlefields Memorials Commission from April 1, 1922, to 

date. Presented February 2, 1923 Not printed. 

70. Copy of P.C. 2095, dated October 4, 1922, accepting resignations of the Directors of 

the Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada, and appointing others in their 
stead. Presented February 2, 1923 Not printed. 

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70a. Copy of P.C. 114, dated January 19, 1923, declaring that the whole of the preference 
and common stock of the Grand Trunk Railwa\ of Canada is the property of 
the Government of Canada, in accordance with the Judgment of the Judicial 
Committee of the Privy Council; and directing that proper entries thereof in the 
stock registers and other books of the Company in that behalf shall forthwith 
be made. Presented February 2, 1923 Not printed. 

70b. Copy of P.C. 181, dated January 30, 1923, amalgamating the Grand Trunk Railway 
Company of Canada with the Canadian National Railway Companj'. Presented 
February 2, 1923 ,. Not printed. 

71. Ordinances of the Yukon Territory passed by the Yukon Council, Second Session. 

1921, and in the year 1922 Presented February 5, 1923. 

Presented in printed form. 

72. Convention of Commerce between .France and Canada entered into at Paris on 

the 15th day of December, in the year 1922, between His Majesty The King 
and the President of the French Republic. Presented February 5, 1923. 

Presented in printed form. 

72a. Copy of Convention of Commerce between Canada and France, 1922. — Particulars 
relating to Customs Tariff Rates in France. Presented March 19, 1923. 

Presented in printed form. 

73. Amendments to Regulations made under the authority of the Soldier Settlement 

Act, 1919, pursuant to subsection 2, of section 63. Presented February 5, 1923. 

Not printed. 

74. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. No. 2413, dated November 20. 1922. in respect to 

Regulations made under the Proprietarv or Patent Medicine Act, as amended 
by Chap. 66, 9-10 Geo. V. Presented February 5, 1923 Not printed. 

73. Report of the proceedings of the Commissioners of Internal Economy of the House 
of Commons for 1922. Presented February 5, 1923 N'ot printed. 

76. Copies of Orders in Council Nos. P.C. 1459 and P.C. 2416. of 1922, approving tariffs 

of fees of elections officers under section 76 of the Dominion Elections Act. Pre- 
sented February 6, 1923 Not printed. 

77. Report of the administrative chairman of the Honorary Advisory Council for Scien- 

tific and Industrial Research of Canada, for the year ending March 31. 1922. 
Presented February 6, 1923 Not printed. 

77a. Financial Statement of the Honorary Advisory Council for Scientific and Industrial 
Research of Canada, for the year ended March 31, 1922. Presented Februar\^ 6. 
1923 Not printed. 

78. Copy of a Convention respecting the Commercial Relations between Italy and 

Canada entered into at London the 4th day of January. 1923, between His Majesty 
the King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of the British 
Dominions beyond the Seas, etc., and His Majesty the King of Italy. Pre- 
sented Februarj' 6, 1923 Presented in printed form. 

79. Amendments to Radiotelegraph Regulations Nos. 1 and 2, approved by the Governor 

in Council; and Regulations Nos 1 to 32, inclusive. 72. 75, 76, 77, 78. 88 (a) 
and 97, issued by the Minister of the Departrnent of Marine and Fisheries. 
Presented Februarj' 8, 1923 Not printed. 

79a. Amendment to "Private Commercial Broadcasting License. Form W. 69."; Amend- 
ment to Radiotelegraph Regulations, "Licenses" No. 2 (b). Presented Mav 23, 
1923 Not printed. 

80. Detailed statement of all bonds or securities registered in the Department of the 

Secretary of State of Canada, since last return (March 9, 1922), submitted to the 
Parliament of Canada under Section 32 of Chapter 19, of the Revised Statutes 
of Canada, 1906. Presented Februarj' 8, 1923 Not printed. 

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81. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th June, 1922, for a return showing a 

statement of all moneys paid by the Government of Canada or any department 
thereof, to barristers and solicitors of the various provinces of Canada for legal 
services in connection with the arbitration concerning the Canadian Northern 
Railway and the Dominion of Canada, and the Grand Trunk Railway and the 
Dominion of Canada, said statement to set forth retainers, per diem pay, expense 
allowances, number of days employed and the names of the barristers and solicitors 
so engaged. Presented February 9, 1923. Mr. Martell Not printed. 

81a. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th March, 1923, for a copy of the bills for 
living allowances and disbursements, retainers, certificates of taxation and auth- 
orities to act on behalf of the Government, of W. N. Tilley, K.C., H. A. Lovett, 
K.C., Hector Mclnnes, K.C., J. C. H. Dusseault, K.C., E. F. Newcombe, Z. A. 
Lash, K.C., Pierce Butler of Minneapolis, T. Ludlow Christie of New York, Laurence 
Jones & Co. of London, England, Charles Russell & Co. of London, England, 
in connection with the Grand Trunk Arbitration and the legislation upon which 
such proceedings were based. Presented April 25, 1923. Mr. d'Anjou. . .xVoi printed. 

82. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th June, 1922, for a copy of all letters, tele- 

grams, reports, correspondence and other documents embodying the representations 
made to the Minister of Public Works with reference to the dismissal of Charles 
Dauphinee as janitor of public building at Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, and which 
representations were referred to by the Honourable Minister as considered by him 
as being satisfactory to warrant the dismissal of Dauphinee without investigation. 
Presented February 9. 1923. Hon. Mr. Baxter Not printed. 

83. Report under section 7 of the Reclamation Act, 9-10, George V, showing the drainage 

works constructed, the area of land reclaimed, the expenditure and money received 
from the sale or lease of Dominion Lands. Presented Februarj' 12, 1923. 

Not printed. 

84. Supplementary Rules, Regulations and Forms prescribed under the provisions of 

section 54 of the Irrigation Act. Presented February 12, 1923 Not printed. 

85. Return showing all lands sold by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company during the 

year ended September 30, 1922, together with the names of the purchasers, in 
accordance with 49 Victoria, Chapter 9, Section 8. Presented February 12, 1923. 

Not printed. 

85a. Return to an Order of the House of the 11th June. 1923, for a Return showing: — 1. 
The amount of land held by the Canadian Pacific Railway along its own lines. 
2. The amount of land held by the Canadian Pacific Railway along Canadian 
National lines. 3. The amount of land sold by the Canadian Pacific Railway 
Company along its own line^ in the past five years, and the average price per acre 
obtained. 4. The amount of land sold by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company 
along Canadian National lines in the past five years and the average price per acre 
obtained. Presented June 28, 1923. Mr. Lucas Not printed. 

86. Report on "The Agricultural Instruction Act," 1921-22, pursuant to Section 8, Chapter 

5 of 3-4 George V. Presented February 13, 1923 Presented in printed form. 

S6a. Copy of a Report of Duncan Marshall on the operation of the Agricultural Instruc- 
tion Act, during the past ten years, and recommendations as to future financial 
aid to the provinces for the continuation and development of agricultural instruc- 
tion. Presented April 18, 1923 Not printed. 

87. Sixth Annual Report of the Editorial Committee on Government Publications, dated 

January 30, 1923. Presented February 15, 1923 Presented in printed form. 

88. Estimates of sums required fo." the service of the Dominion for the year ending on 
the 31st March, 1924. Presented February 16, 1923 Presented in printed form. 

88a. Details of Civil Government Estimates, for the year ending March 31, 1924. Pre- 
sented March 2, 1923 Presented in printed form. 

886. Further Supplementary Estimates of sums required for the service of the Dominion 
for the year ending on the 31st March, 1923. Presented March 28, 1923. 

Presented in printed form. 

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88c. Supplementary Estimates of sums required for the service of the Dominion for the 
year ending on the 31st March, 1924. Presented Match 28, 1923. 

Presented in printed form. 

SSd, 88e. Further Supplementary Estimates of sums required for the service of the Dom- 
inion for the j'ear ending on the 31st March, 1924. Presented June 26 and 28, 1923. 

Presented in printed form. 

89. List of Leases, Licenses, Permits or other authorities cancelled under the provisions 

of Section 3, Chapter 21, of the Statutes of 1922, An Act respecting Notices of 
Cancellation of Leases of Dominion Lands. Presented February 19, 1923. 

Not printed. 

90. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th February, 1923, for a copy of all cor- 

respondence, papers, writings, documents, etc., passing between the Minister of 
Labour and John L. Lewis since taking office by the present Minister of Labour. 
Presented February 22, 1922, Rt. Hon. Mr. Meighen Not printed. 

91. Report of the Board of Pension Commissioners for Canada for the year ending 

March 31, 1922. Presented February 22, 1923 Presented in printed form. 

91a. Report of the Board of Pensiot Commissioners for Canada for the year ending March 
31, 1923. Presented June 30. 1923 Presented in printed form. 

92. Copy of Agreement between His Majesty the King and Sir Heniy Worth Thornton, 

KJB.E., to act as directing head of the railways, steamships and other undertakings 
comprised in the Canadian National Railway System. Presented Februarj' 23, 1923. 

Not printed. 

93. Return to an Order of the House of the 21st February, 1923, for a return showing all 

regulations and conditions passed by the Governor in Council under Section 11, 
Chapter 13, of the Statutes of 1919, being the Canadian National Railway Act. 
Presented February 2G, 1923. Mr. MacLaren Not printed. 

94. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th Februar\% 1923, for a Return showing: 

1. During the last completed annual accounting period the amount of revenue, 
freight and passenger traffic originating on the different divisions of the Grand 
Trunk Railway in the Provinces of Quebec and Ontario, and the earnings therefrom. 

2. During the last completed annual accounting period the amount of revenue, 
freight and passenger tratSc originating on the Grand Trunk Railway in the cities 
of Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, and Hamilton, and the earnings therefrom. 3. During 
the last completed annual accounting period the amount of freight moving in less 
than carload lots from the cities of Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and Hamilton on 
the Grand Trunk Railway, and the earnings therefrom. 4. During the last com- 
pleted annual accounting period the number of way freight trains operated, the'r 
mileage and earnings, from the cities of Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and Hamilton 
on the Grand Trunk Railway. 5. During the last completed annual accounting 
period the amount of revenue, freight and passenger traffic originating on the differ- 
ent divisions of the Canadian National Railways in the Provinces of Quebec and 
Ontario, and the earnings therefrom. 6. During the last completed annual account- 
ing period the amount of revenue, freight and passenger traffic originating on the 
Canadian National Railways in the cities of Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and Hamil- 
ton, and the earnings therefrom. 7. During the last completed annual accounting 
period the amount of freight moving in less than carload lots from the cities of 
Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and Hamilton on the Canadian National Railways, and 
the earnings therefrom. 8. During the last completed annual accotmting period the 
number of way freight trains operated, their mileage and earnings from the cities 
of Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and Hamilton, on the Canadian National Railways. 
Presented February 26, 1923. Sir Henry Drayton Not printed. 

95. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th February-, 1923, for a Return sho\nng: 

1. Whether the supervision over the manufacture of oleomargarine, the inspection 
and analysis thereof appertain to that branch of the Department of Health relating 
to pure food for the people or to that branch of the Department of Agrictilture 
relating to the health of animals. 2. Firms, corporations or individuals granted 
licenses under the Oleomargarine Act of 1922 to re-work and adulterate butter by 
incorporating there\nth baser and cheaper materials. 3. Whether the manufacturers 
of butter are allowed to adulterate the same by adding thereto baser or cheaper 

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ingredients. 4. Quantity of oleomargarine manufactured in Canada during the past 
fiscal year. 5. Quantity of butter re-worked and incorporated into the oleomargarine 
manufactured in Canada during the period referred to. 6. Whether it is compul- 
sory to show on the wrapper or label attached, the ingredients contained in oleo- 
margarine, manufactured in or imported into Canada. 7. Whether it is compulsory 
to show on the wrapper or label attached, all oleomargarine manufactured wholly 
from vegetable oils, or which contains no butter. 8. Quantity and to what countries 
butter has been exported from Canada during the past fiscal year. 9. Quantity 
and from what countries butter has been imported into Canada during the past 
year. 10. Rate of duty collected on the butter imported into Canada and from 
whence it came. 11. Amount of duty collected on the butter imported into Canada 
during the past year. 12. Rate of duty collected on salt imported for use in the 
manufacture of oleomargarine. 13. Rate of duty collected on salt imported for use 
in the manufacture of butter or cheese. 14. Duty on milking machines and amount 
of dutv collected on such imports during the past year. Presented February 26, 
1923. Mr. Sutheriand Not printed. 

96. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th Februaiy. 1923, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, letters, telegrams and other documents exchanged between the Department 
of Inland Revenue, any officer of the said department, or any other department of 
the Government, and the Scale Inspector at Lindsay, Ontario, or any other person 
or persons, relative to the Lindsay Market Scales or Lindsay Market Clerk and 
District Inspector F. D. Diamond, of Belleville, or Senior Inspector G. H. Howson, 
of Peterboro. Presented Febniary 26, 1923. Mr. Thurston Not printed. 

97. Return to an Order of the House of the 21st of February, 1923, for a Return showing: 

1. Whether any merchandise, material, or supplies of any kind was purchased on 
emergency requisitions for use at the Maritime Penitentiary at Dorchester, New 
Brunswick, between January 1, 1922, and December 31, 1922. 2. If so, what goods 
were purchased, what quantities of each kind and on w^hat dates. 3. From what 
persons, firms or corporations were said purchases made and the business address 
of said persons, firms or corporations. Presented February 26, 1923. Mr. Michaud. 

Not printed. 

98. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th February, 1923, for a Return showing: 

1. What road projects have been submitted to the Dominion Govei-nment by the 
Ontario Department of Public Works for approval, under the Canada Highways 
Act. 2. What projects have been approved. 3. The estimated cost of these road 
projects and the mileage as submitted by the Ontario Department of Public Works. 

4. The amounts paid by the Dominion Government on these approved road projects. 

5. The amount payable to the Province of Ontario under the Canada Highways 
Act. 6. Of the estimated cost of projects submitted, what would 40 per cent of the 
reasonable cost amount to. 7. If any request has been made by the Ontario 
Government for further cish a.«isistance, other than that contained in the Dominion 
Highwaj's Act. Presented February 26, 1923. Mr. Wilson Not printed. 

99. Return to an Order of the Senate dated June 8, 1922, showing copies of all agree- 

ments between the Government or any department of the Government and the 
Acadia Coal Company in respect to the railway between New Glasgow and Thorbum 
in Nova Scotia. Presented Febiniary 27, 1923. Hon. Mr. Tanner Not printed. 

100. Supplementary Return to an Order of the Senate dated April 27, 1922, .showing: 

1. The quantity of (a) bituminous and (b) anthracite coal imported from the 
United States into Canada in each of the years 1896 until 1921, inclusive. 2. The 
quantity of (a) bituminous and (6) anthracite coal imported from the United 
States into Canada in each of the j'ears 1896 until 1921, inclusive, by the Govern- 
ment of Canada for use upon (1) railways; (2) Federal buildings and public works. 
3. The amount of (a) bituminous and (b) anthracite coal imported by the Govern- 
ment of Canada from the United States during the above-mentioned years for use 
upon railways (1) East of Lake Superior; (2) West of Lake Superior. 4. The cost 
of such coal per ton imported by the Government of Canada from the United 
States during the above-mentioned years (1) at point of production; (2) at point 
of Canadian delivery. Presented February 27, 1923. Hon. Mr. Tanner. 

Not printed 

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101. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated May 16, 1922, showing copy of all letters, 

teletrams. memoranda, exchanged between the Harbour Commissioners of Quebec, 
the '^Department of Marine and Fisheries and La Compagnie du Pare St-Charles 
Land, Ltd, also letters and telegrams exchanged between Ministers of the Govern- 
ment' and attorneys of said Land Company; copies of judgments of the various 
courts in relation thereto and report of the proceedings before the Royal Commis- 
sion appointed in 192L Presented February 27, 1923. Hon. Mr. Casgrain. 

Not printed. 

102. Partial Return to an Order of the Senate dated March 22, 1922, for a statement 

showing the number of employees appointed in the different departments of the 
Government each vear since 1911, up to 1922, and the increase of cost of the 
Civil Service since' 1911. Presented February 27, 1923. Hon. Mr. David. 

Not printed. 

103. Return to an Order of the House of the 28th February, 1923, for a Return showing: 1. 

What part or parts of Dundas Street between Toronto and London have been 
completed by the Provincial Department of Highways. 2. Number of miles 
completed. 3. The actual cost per mile. 4. Number of miles approved by the 
Dominion Department of Highways. 5. Amount paid to the Province of Ontario 
on account of the approved parts of this road. 6. The estimated cost per mile. 
7. Number of miles of this road which ha\^e been completed within the County 
of Halton and the number of miles approved in the said County. 8. Whether 
the actual cost has exceeded the estimated cost or a reasonable cost for this section 
of the road. 9. If so, how much. Presented February' 28, 1923. Mr. Anderson. 

Not printed. 

104. Return to an Order of the House of the 28th Februar>', 1923, for a Return showing: 

What, if any, rulings, orders or regulations have been made or adopted which 
exempt or declare to be exempt from the operations of the sales tax, purchases 
when made by certain individuals, organizations or companies, or what, if any, 
rebates or remissions have been made or authorized to be made in respect of taxes 
payable under the sales tax. Presented February 28, 1923. Sir Henry Drayton. 

Not printed. 

105. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th February, 1923, for copy of all corres- 

pondence, reports and memoranda, relative to the claim of Orin Campbell against 
the Department of Railway's and Canals, in respect to his claim for damages 
arising out of the work at Nassau, near Peterborough. Presented March 2, 1923. 
Mr. Clifford Not printed. 

106. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th February, 1923, for a return showing the 

freight and express rates charged on apples and vegetables shipped from Windsor, 
in the County of Hants, Nova Scotia, to the City of Montreal, Quebec, and the 
cities of Ottawa and Toronto, Ontario, together with a complete statement as to 
the reason for the fixing of said rates or charges, and including a copy of all 
evidence upon which the same has been determined. Presented March 2, 1923. Mr. 
Martell Not printed. 

107. Copies of Orders in Council, under the various Peace Treaties Acts, on the files of 

the Department of External Affairs. Presented March 2, 1923 Not printed. 

108. Detailed statement of Remissions of Customs Duties, Excise Taxes and Sales Taxes 

and the Refund thereof, under Section 92. Consolidated Revenue and Audit Act. 
through the Department of Customs and Excise, for the fiscal year ended March 
31, 1922. Presented March 2, 1923 Not printed. 

109. Third Annual Report of retirements under the Public Service Act. 1920, as amended. 

1921 and 1922, authorized by Orders in Council passed from January 1 to December 
31, 1922. Presented March 5, 1923 Not printed. 

310. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th March, 1923, for a Return showing: 1. 
Plans for roads submitted by the Quebec Government, for the approval of the 
Dominion Government, by virtue of the Highways Act. 2. What plans were 
approved. 3. Sums paid by the Dominion Government towards these approved 
roads. Presented March 5, 1923. Mr. Prevost Not printed. 

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111. Copy of a Convention dated the second day of March, 1923, entered into at Wash- 

ington, between His Majesty the King and the President of the United States of 
America, respecting the halibut fisheries of the Northern Pacific Ocean, including 
Behring Sea. Presented March 6, 1923.. Not printed. 

1 11a. Return to Address to His Excellency the Governor General, of the 12th March, 
1923, for a copy of all correspondence, papers, communications, cablegrams, tele- 
grams, writings, documents, etc., passing between the Government of Canada or 
any member thereof and the Government of Great Britain or any member thereof 
or the representatives respectively of other governments referring to the recent 
negotiations for and to the execution of a treatj' with the United States respecting 
Halibut Fisheries, and also between the Government of Canada or any member or 
representative thereof, and the British Ambassador at Washington respecting 
the same subject. Presented March 16, 1923. Rt. Hon. Mr. Meighen. 

Printed for Sessioiial Papers and distribution to Senators and Members. 

112. 112a. Returns to an humble Address of the Senate, dated February 6, 1923, for a 

Return showing: 1. The total number of persons, including Deputy Heads, em- 
ployed on the 31st December, 1922, in the Civil Service and in all other positions 
in the Public Service of Canada to which the provisions of The Civil Service Act, 
1918, and its amendments, apply as to the holidaj^s to be observed. 2. The respec- 
tive numbers of such persons employed: — (a) at Ottawa permanently; (6) at 
Ottawa temporarily; (c) elsewhere permanently; id) elsewhere temporarily. 3. 
The totals of the amounts payable to such persons employd as in item (2) at that 
date, for: (a) annual or other salaries of permanent employees; (6) bonuses to 
permanent employees; (c) wages or other compensation of temporary employees; 
and id) bonuses to temporary employees. 4. The respective amounts of the 
several totals in item (3) payable: (a) at Ottawa; (b) elsewhere. 5. As nearly 
as can be ascertained, the cost of one day's pay, as at the 31st December, 1922, 
of the persons then employed in the Civil Service and in the other positions 
referred to in item (1). Presented March 6 and April 11, 1923. Hon. Mr. Bradbury. 

Not printed. 

113. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated February 27, 1923, for a Return showing: 

1. W^hat was the volume of trade between Canada and the following countries: 
France, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Australia, Japan and China, for the years 1911, 1916, 
1918 and 1921. 2. What was the volume of export trade from Canada to each of 
the said countries during the said years. 3. And also, what was the volume of 
imports into Canada from the said countries during the said years. Presented 
March 6, 1923. Hon. Mr. Schaffner Not printed. 

114. Return to an Order of the House of 26th February, 1923, for a Return showing all 

accredited herds of pure bred cattle, and all herds under process of accreditation, 
by provinces, giving the names of owners of those fully accredited and also names 
of owners of herds under accreditation. Presented March 7, 1923. Mr. Caldwell. 

Not printed. 

115. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 259, dated February 4, 1923, providing for the dis- 

tribution of bounty under the provisions of chapter 46 of the Revised Statutes, 
1906, " An Act to encourage the development of the Sea Fisheries and the build- 
ing of Fishing Vessels." Presented March 7, 1923 Not printed. 

116. Cooy of Order in Council, P.C. 74, dated January 15, 1923, re issue of licenses to 

United States fishing vessels for the purchase of bait, etc., the transhipment of 
catch, and the shipping of crews. Presented March 7, 1923 Not printed. 

117. Return to an Order of the House of the 21st February. 1923, for a return showing 

the amount of Fire Insurance placed on property of Soldier Settlers in the Province 
of Manitoba, under the Soldier Settlement Act: the names of the brokers who 
wrote the said insurance and the amount placed by each. The total amount of 
premiums paid to each of the several insurance companies placing said insurance, 
showing which of the said companies are Canadian, British and American, re- 
spectively. Presented March 7, 1923. Mr. McMurray Not printed. 

118. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th February, 1923, for a copy of all 

correspondence, writings, telegrams, and other documents passing from the Govern- 
ment or the Canadian National Railways since August 1, 1922, having to do 
with the taking up of rails on the Hudson's Bay Railway. Presented March 7, 
1923. Rt. Hon. Mr. Meighen Not printed. 

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119. Return to an Order of the House of February 19, 1923, for a Return showing:— 

1. On what date and by what authority the Lignite Utilization Board of Canada 
was appointed. 2. Names, addresses and previous occupations of the several mem- 
bers of the said Board. 3. Total amount of money expended by the said Board 
to date, also the amounts expended during each of the several years since appoint- 
ment. 4. Whether the said Board owe any money for goods, machinery or other 
materials supplied, goods, machinery or other materials ordered but not 
yet supplied, property purchased or agreed to be purchased, or services ren- 
dered or under contract. 5. If so, how much and what the details are. 6. Quan- 
tity, in short tons, of briquettes made, and the quantity in short tons, marketed, 
sold and paid for each year, and at what price f.o.b. Bienfait the briquettes 
manufactured, were sold 'in 1922. 7. Whether the briquettes produced during 
the year 1921-22 have been found by consumers to be satisfactory as fuel. 8. 
Whether the members of the Board were paid for their services or for expenses. 
9. If so, what amounts were paid each j'ear, and to whom, under both these 
headings. 10. Xames of salaried officers emplo3'ed by said Board, length of 
time employed, salaries paid, previous employment before being engaged by the 
Board, and salaries received by them in such previous emplo^-ment. 11. What, 
if any, monetary obligations were undertaken by the Board in excess of or in 
anticipation of Govemmpnt appropriations. 12. By whose authority fourteen 
expensively constructed houses, besides a probably necessary boarding house 
were erected. 13. Reasons for such constructions, in face of the continued failure 
of the works to make briquettes commercially. 14. Whether officials of the 
Government were employed, without remuneration from the Board, to do work 
for the said Board. 15. If so, the names of such officials and what estimated 
time they were so employed. 16. Whether it is the intention of the Govern- 
ment to continue the operations of the Board. Presented March 7, 1923. _ Mr. 
Irvine Not printed. 

120. Return to an Order of the House of March 5, 1923, for a Return showing: — 1. 

Quantity and value of each of the following commodities exported from Canada 
during the past j'ear, and amount of duty paj'able (or collected) on each: (a) 
Agricultural machinerj' or farm equipments; ib) Meats; (c) Animal grease, oils 
or fats; {d) Milk and milk products; (e) Cattle, calf and sheep skins, green 
or salted; (/) Wool; (g) Eggs; (/i) Apples, green; (0 Potatoes; (;') Fish and 
fishery products. 2. Quantity and value of each of the above commodities 
produced in Canada during the past year. Presented March 7, 1923. Mr. Gar- 
land (Bow River) Not printed. 

121. 121a. Returns to an Order of the House of the 12th Februar3% 1923, for a Return 

showing: — 1. The total number of employees in the inside Civil Service on the 
31st March in each year since 1900 to the last nine months of 1922, inclusive. 

2. The total amount paid in salaries (any bonus included) each year ending 
March 31, from 1900 to 1922 inclusive. 3. The total number of emploj'ees and 
salaries (including any bonus) paid them in each year from 1900 to 1922 inclusive 
in the following Departments: — Public Works, Customs, Post Office, Interior, 
with Immigration, Militia and Defence, Marine and Fisheries. Agriculture. External 
Affairs, Justice. Railways and Canals, Secretary of State. Trade and Commerce, 
Finance, Labour. Presented March 7, and April 9, 1923. Hon. Mr. Crerar. 

Printed for distribution to Senators and Members. 

122. Return to an Order of the House of the 21st February, 1923, for a copy of all papers, 

correspondence, letters, telegrams and documents of all kinds which passed between 
the Minister of Militia and Defence and the Dominion Coal Company of 
Nova Scotia, in connection with the sending of troops to Cape Breton during the 
strike of the employees of said company last August. Presented March 8, 1923. 
Mr. Irvine Not printed. 

123. Copv of Rules of the Supreme Court of Canada, pursuant to Section 109 of the 

Supreme Court Act. Presented March 8, 1923 Presented in printed form. 

124. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th March, 1923, for a copy of all con- 

tracts entered into between Canadian Pacific Railway and the Transcontinental 
Commission or the Government, concerning the price and conditions for the use 
by Canadian National or Transcontinental Railway of Canadian Pacific Rail- 
way Terminals and station at the city of Quebec. Presented March 9, 1923. Mr. 
Parent [ Not printed. 

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123. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th March, 1923, for a copy of the agree- 
ments made between the Grand Trunk Railway or any company affiliated there- 
with, relating to terminal facilities or grade crossing eliminations in the cities of 
Chicago and Detroit in the United States of America, executed since the 31st day 
of December, 1922. Presented March 12, 1923. Sir Henry Drayton.. .iVoi printed. 

126. Return to an address to Hii> Excellency the Governor General of the 5th March, 

1923, for a copy of Order m Council, P.C. 223, of February 7, 1922, appointing 
Mr. Duncan Marshall, of Olds, Alberta, a Commissioner. Presented March 12, 
1923. Mr. Sutherland Not printed. 

127. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 15th Feb- 

ruary, 1923. for a copy of all Orders in Council passed since January 1, 1921, 
removing appointments or affecting the removal of appointments or promotions 
from the Civil Service Commission. Presented March 13, 1923. Hon. Mr. Manion. 

Not printed. 

127a. Copy of Report for the year 1922 of positions excluded under the provisions of 
Section 38B (2) from the operation of the Civil Service Act, 1918, as amended 
by Chap. 22, 11-12 Geo. V. Presented March 15, 1923 Not printed. 

127b. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th March, 1923, for a copy of all recom- 
mendations, correspondence, and reports passing between the Government and 
the Civil Service Commission referring to the exemptions made under Order in 
Council 1053, June 29, 1922. Presented June 25, 1923. Mr. Irvine.. .A'^of printed. 

128. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th February, 1923, for a Return showing: — 

1. On what date and by what authority the Joint Peat Committee was appointed. 

2. Names, addresses and previous occupations of the several members of the Com- 
mittee. 3. Total amount of money expended by the Joint Peat Committee to date, 
including grand total, also total spent each year. 4. Whether the Committee owe 
any moneys for goods supplied, property purchased or services rendered. If so, 
how much, and for what. 5. Total amount of moneys expended by the Mines 
Branch, Department of Mines, upon experimental work at the Alfred Peat Bog. 
prior to the appointment of said Joint Peat Committee. 6. Estimated number of 
days expended by each and sundry members of the Mines Branch upon work 
to aid the operators of the said Joint Peat Committee, the value of which time 
has not been charged up to or paid for by the said Committee. 7. Whether it is 
the intention of the Government to continue the operations of the Joint Peat 
Committee. 8. What precautions have been taken by the Government to ensure 
the compilation of a full and complete technical report of the work attempted, 
the failures made, and the work accomplished. 9. Quantity of merchantable peat 
fuel manufactured and sold during 1922, 10. At what price this peat fuel was 
sold f.o.b. cars Alfred, and at what price the Joint Peat Committee permitted 
this peat fuel to be retailed in the city of Ottawa. 11. Where the offices of the 
Joint Peat Committee were located. 12. Names of salaried officers, their resi- 
dential addresses, and amovmts paid to each of them each year, for salaries and 
expenses. 13. Whether any of the salaried officials have applied for patents for 
iinprovements in the manufacture of peat fuel or in the machinery required in 
said manufacture. 14. If so, when and in whose name such applications for 
patent were made. Presented March 13, 1923. Mr. Irvine Not printed. 

129. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th March, 1923, for a return showing the 

names of all the Commercial Agents or Trade Commissioners representing the 
Canadian Government abroad, showing their address, the date of their respective 
appointments, and their respective salaries. Presented March 14, 1923. _ Mr. 
Archambault Not printed 

130. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th March, 1923, for a copy of all papers, 

correspondence, and ViTitings of any kind, relating to the appointment of, and dis- 
continuance from office of, Matt C. Beckett of Owen Sound, Ont. Presented 
March 14, 1923. Mr. Duncan Not printed. 

131. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th February. 1923. for a copy of all 

communications, papers and documents relating to the dismissal of certain Medical 
Officers employed by Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment, and the 
appointments to positions so vacated following the closing of Sydenham Hospital, 
Kingston. Presented March 14. 1923. Mr. Ross (Kingston) Not printed. 

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132. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th February, 1923, for a copy of all 

correspondence, writings, documents, or other communications passing between the 
present Prime Minister or any one on his behah" and R. AI. Rombough since May 
1, 1921, on the subject of an investigation or proposed investigation into the Grain 
Trade. Presented March 15, 1923. Hon. Mr. Stevens Not printed. 

133. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th February, 1923, for a copy of all letters, 

telegrams, correspondence and other documents exchanged between the Govern- 
ment or any department thereof and The P^astern Land Companj', of Capreol. 
Ontario, relative to the purchase of land adjoining the Town of Capreol from The 
Canadian National Railways by said The Eastern Land Company. Presented 
March 15, 1923. Mr. Lapierre Not -printed. 

133a. Return to an Order of the House of the 28th March, 1923, for a copy of all papers, 
documents, telegrams, letters and other correspondence, exchanged between the 
Minister of Railways, or any official of his department, and the Land Com- 
missioner of the Canadian National Railwaj^s, relating to the transfer of the Gov- 
ernment lands to the Eastern Lands Development Company near Capreol and 
Poleyet. Presented April 9, 1923. Mr. Canuthers Not printed. 

134. Return to an Order of the House of the 8th March, 1923, for a Return showing: 

1. The number of hotels owned by the Canadian National Railways. 2. The cost 
of construction of each of these hotels. 3. The present value of equipment of 
each hotel. 4. Quantity of fire insurance carried on each hotel and equipment, 
and in what Companies. 5. Whether all these hotels are being operated by the 
Railways. 6. The revenue of each of these hotels in each of the last three fiscal 
years. 7. The expenditure in connection with each of these hotels in each of the 
last three fiscal years. 8. In regard to each of these hotels operated by the Rail- 
ways, in each of the last three fiscal years, the net profit or loss in connection 
with the operation, including all charges such as insurance, interest on investment, 
and allowance for depreciation on building and equipment. Presented March 16, 
1923. Mr. Coote Not printed. 

135. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th Februarj-, 1923, for a copj^ of all 

papers, correspondence, letters, documents, and other writings relating to the dis- 
allowance of an Act of the Legislature of Nova Scotia changing the Rule of the 
Road, and for a copy of the opinion of the Department of Justice respecting the 
question of disallowing such legislation. Presented March 16, 1923. Sir Henry 
Drayton Not printed. 

136. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General, of the 12th March, 

1923, for a copy of all correspondence exchanged between the Attorney General, 
Honourable Alex. Manson of British Columbia, and the Solicitor General, in 
reference to the proposed amendment to the Canada Temperance Act, together 
with copies of resolution of the British Columbia Legislature, with the accompany- 
ing Brief of the Attorney General of British Columbia, containing his references 
regarding the vote of the Briti-sh Columbia Legislature. Presented March 16, 
1923. Hon. Mr. Stevens Printed for di&tribution to Senators and Members. 

137. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th February', 1923, for a copy of all 

correspondence, petitions, reports and memoranda relative to the dismissal of 
Mdlle. Adrienne Boula3% postmistress at Sayabec, and relative to the appointment 
of her successor. Presented March 16, 1923. Hon. Mr. Baxter Not printed. 

138. Ret'irc to an Order of the House of the 21st February', 1923. for a Return showing: 

1. The quantity of grain sold on the Winnipeg Sample .Market in each of the last 
four vears. 2. "WTiat amounts have been received by the Government from the 
proceeds of terminal elevalor overages for the last year for which returns are 
available. 3. Whether the Government proposed, towards the close of 1922 shipping 
season, to waive the regulations forbidding foreign boats carrying Canadian grain 
between Canadian ports. 4. If so. whether any Canadian carrier or carriers m? de 
objections, and the names of such objectors. Presented March 19. 1923. Mr. 
Millar Not printed. 

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139. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 5th March, 

1923, for a copy of all letters, telegrams jnd other documents, exchanged between 
the Government, or any department or official thereof, and the Government of 
New Brunswick, or any department or official thereof, with regard to the estab- 
lishing of liquor export warehouses, or other export warehouses in the Province of 
New Brunswick, within the last two years. Presented March 20, 1923. Mr. 
Caldwell Not printed. 

140. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 28th February, 

1923, for a Return of all correspondence passing between the Prime Minister and 
the Honourable John Oliver, Premier of British Columbia, since Januarj^ the 1st, 
1923, having reference to claims of British Columbia on the Federal Government 
and other problems outstanding between the two Governments. Presented March, 
1923. Hon. Mr. Stevens Printed for sessional papers. 

141. Partial Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 21st 

February, 1923, for a copy of all papers, letters, writings, correspondence, docu- 
ments, etc., of any kind, passing between the Government of Canada and the Gov- 
ernment of the United States relative to the Great Lakes Disarmament question. 
Presented March 20, 1923. Rt. Hon. Mr. Meighen Not printed. 

142. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated February 27, 1923, for a Return showing: 

I. What was the net debt of Canada at each of the following dates respectivelv. 
(a) March 31st, 1921. (b) December 31st, 1921. (c) March 31st, 1922. Q) 
December 31st, 1922. II. In each of the periods of time following, namely: (a) 
Fiscal year 1920-21. (6) Fiscal year 1921-22. (c) April 1st until December 31st, 

1922, what was the amount of revenue received by the Government from the 
following sources. 1. Customs Taxation. 2. Income Taxation. 3. War Profits 
Taxation. 4. Sales Tax. 5. Stamp Tax. 6. Other taxation specifying same re- 
spectively. III. In each of the periods mentioned in paragraph two, what was the 
total revenue received by the Government, (a) From direct taxation, (b) From 
indirect taxation, (c) From other sources. Presented March 20, 1923. Hon. Mr. 
Tanner Not printed. 

143. Return to an Order of the Hou5e of the 12th February, 1923, for a copy of all memor- 

andums, opinions and reports made by different Ministers of Justice or their 
deputies, from January 1, 1904. to date, on the question of disallowance of Provin- 
cial legislation and exercise of Provincial Acts and laying down the principles which 
justify the disallowance of the provincal acts. Presented March 21. 1923. Sir 
Henry Drayton Not printed. 

144. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 12th February, 

1923, for a copy of all memoranda, opinions, letters, reports and other documents, 
including reports to Council and Orders in Council, relating to any Nova Scotia 
Statute in 1922. Presented March 22, 1923. Mr. Hanson Not printed. 

144a Return to a humble Addre.ss to His Excellency the Governor General, dated Febru- 
ary 6, 1923, praying that His Excellency cause to be laid before the Senate a 
Return to include all correspondence, reports to council and orders in council 
relating to disallowance of Nova Scotia Statutes during 1922. Presented April 2.i. 
1923. Hon. Mr. Tanner Not printed. 

145. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th February, 1923, for a copy of all 

papers, correspondence, letters, documents, and other writings relating to the 
disallowance of a statute of the Legislature of Nova Scotia, being Chapter 177 of 
the Statutes enacted in the year 1921, and entitled "An Act to Vest Certain Lands 
in Victoria County in Jane E. MacNeil." Presented March 22, 1923. Sir Henry 
Drayton Not printed. 

146. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th March, 1923, for a Return showing: 

1. Number of Doctors employed by the Government Railways, whether the I.C.R., 
C.N.R. or the G.T.R. in the Province of Quebec. 2. Their' names and addresses. 
3. Salaries received. 4. On whose recommendation these appointments were made. 
5. Whether they are allowed to take part in politics, either Provincial or Federal. 
Presented March 22, 1923. Mr. d'Anjou Not printed.. 

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147, Return to an Order of the House of the 5th March, 1923, for a return showing the 

names, occupations, salaries, bonus included, and address of all inside and outside 
employees of the Department of Agriculture. Presented March 23, 1923. Mr. 
Bouchard A'ot printed. 

148, 148a. Returns to an Order of the Senate, dated February 27, 1923, for a Return showing : 

(a) All correspondence, telegrams, petitions and documents dealing with the sale, 
or lea^e to the Imperial Oil Company, or other Company, or persons, of any part 
of the lands at Barrack Point, Sydney, N.S., with any Department of the Govern- 
ment and with the management of the Canadian National Railways, as well as any 
Orders in Council dealing with this matter, (b) The correspondence, with instruc- 
tions to and the reports of any Engineers, or other officials of the Department of 
Railways, or of Public Works, or of the Canadian National Railways on this 
matter, (c) A plan showing the relation of the land in question to the city of 
Sydney, the Terminals of the Canadian National Railways and Sydney Harbour. 
Presented March 22 and April 17, 1923. Hon. Mr. McLennan Not printed. 

149, 149a, 1496. Returns to an Order of the House of the 7th March, 1923: 1. For copies 

of all communications of whatsoever sort exchanged between the departments of 
the Government or any member of the Government with any person or firm 
respecting the Sj^dney coal strike of last summer. 2. For copies of all communica- 
tions made to or received by any department of the Government from the railways 
in connection with the shop trades controversy of last summer, and concerning the 
Alberta coal strike in the autunm of 1922. 3. For copies of opinions of the Depart- 
ment of Justice given in relation to conduct of either employees or employers 
affected by any strike or threatened strike of workers in shipping or railway trades; 
and 4. Also for copies of all correspondence relating to or requisitions for troops 
in connection with the Sydney coal strike of last summer. Presented March 23, 
May 4 and 9, 1923. Sir Henry Drayton Not printed. 

J50. Authentic texts of the Draft Conventions and Recommendations adopted by the 
International Labour Conference (League of Nations) at its Third Session held in 
Geneva, Switzerland, October 25-November 19, 1921, together with a copy of Order 
in Council, P.C. 1358, dated June 27, 1922, concerning the same. Presented March 
23, 1923 Not printed. 

150a. Copy of a reprint of an article in the Labour Gazette of December, 1922, containing 
a report of the Fourth Session of the International Labour Conference held at 
Geneva, Switzerland, from October 18 to November 3, 1922. Presented March 23, 
1923 Not printed 

150t>. Copy of the Agenda of the 18th Session of the Governing Body League of Nations 
International Labour Office meeting April 10, 1923, at Geneva; together with 
correspondence appointing a Canadian delegate thereto. Presented March 26, 1923. 

Not printed. 

150c. Authentic text of a Recommendation concerning a Communication to the Interna- 
tional Labour Office of Statistical and other Information regarding Emigration, 
Immigration and the Repatriation and Transit of Emigrants adopted bj' the Inter- 
national Labour Congress at its Fourth Session in Geneva, October 18 to November 
3, 1922. Presented March 28, 1923. 

Printed for distribution to Senators and Members. 

151. Return to an Order of the House of the 8th March, 1923, for a Return showing: 

1. The amount of fresh American bacon sides, shipped into Canada, in bond, for 
curing in Canadian plants, and shipped out as Canadian cured American, during 
the years 1919, 1920, 1921 and 1922. 2. The percentage of this amount exported to 
the British markets during these years. Presented March 26, 1923. Mr. Kennedy 
(Edmonton) Not printed. 

152. Return to an Address to His Excellencj'- the Governor General of the 19th March, 

1923, for a copj^ of all correspondence between the Federal Department of Agri- 
culture, or anj"- official of the Department of Agriculture, and the town of Moncton, 
New Brunswick, or any official of the town of Moncton, or any official of the 
Department of Health of the Province of New Brunswick, regarding the testing 
of Dairj' cattle, under the Animals Contagious Diseases Act, in the vicinity of 
Moncton, New Brunswick. Presented March 26, 1923. Mr. Caldwell. . .A^'oi printed. 

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153. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 26th February, 

1923, for a return of all correspondence, letters, telegrams, documents, reports, etc., 
between the Minister of Public Works or any official of his Department, or any 
other Minister or official of the Government and the Minister of Public Works in 
the Province of B.C. or any official, or other Minister or official of the Provincial 
Government of B.C., regarding the problem of protection for Nicomen Island 
against high water flooding by the Fraser River. Presented March 26, 1923. Hon. 
Mr. Stevens Not printed. 

154. Report on First Part of Investigation (matters referred to in G.W.V.A. telegram) by 

the Royal Commission on Pensions and Re-establishment. Presented March 28, 
1923 Printed jor sessional papers and distribution to Senators and Members. 

154a. Report of the Royal Commission on Pensions and Re-establishment — First Interim 
Report on Second Part of Investigation (certain questions relating to pensions, 
medical treatment and re-establishment needs of Canadian ex-service men and 
their dependents). Presented May 21, 1923. 

Printed for sessional papers and distribution to Senators and Members. 

155. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th March, 1923, for a Return showing: 

1. The total area in acres of all lands within what is known as the pre-emption 
area as defined by Dominion Lands Act, 1908. 2. The number of acres of such 
lands under the administration of the Dominion Government by virtue of: (a) Un- 
proved pre-emption; (b) Unproved purchased homesteads; (c) Forest Reserves and 
Parks; (d) Grazing Lease; (e) School lands. Presented March 28, 1923. Mr, 
McTaggart Not printed. 

156. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th February, 1923, for a Return showing: 

1. The record of the proceedings of a sub-committee of the Privy Council appointed 
under P.C. 1566, May 12, 1921, to whom was referred the matter of arriving at a 
scale of fees charged by the Government for licenses, permits, leases, etc. 2. The 
reports and recommendations of all department officers made to Council or to any 
Minister concerning said matter. 3. The names and offices held by all depart- 
mental officers who inquired into and reported on said subject. 4. The report 
recommending the scale of fees charged by the Government for recording transfers 
and other documents under the regulations governing quartz mining claims in 
Yukon Territory. Presented April 9, 1923. Mr. Black (Yukon) Not printed. 

157. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th February, 1923, for a Return showing: 

1. What expenses, payments or disbursements of any kind have been made since 
April 1, 1922, out of other moneys than those included in the amounts voted by 
Parliament for the Department of Militia and Defence in respect of items or 
charges paid in the fiscal year 1920-21 out of moneys voted for the Department ot 
Militia and Defence. 2. Under what authority such moneys were so paid from other 
votes, and why the change was made. 3. Whether objections were offered by the 
Department of the Auditor General to payments being so made or to other 
attempts to make similar payments. If so, in what cases. Presented April 9, 1923. 
Mr. Boys Not printed. 

158. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th March, 1923. for a Return showing: 

1. Whether the Government owns a dry-dock at Levis. 2. If so, when purchased. 
3. From whom said dry-dock was purchased. 4. The price the Government paid 
for same. 5. Date of purchase. 6. Number of boats repaired each year in said 
dry-dock. 7. The tonnage of each boat repaired. 8. Epctent of repairs. 9. Where 
said dry-dock is located. 10. To whom the adjoining properties belong. Presented 
April 9, 1923. Mr. Archambault Not printed. 

159. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th March, 1923, for a copy of all papers, 

correspondence, memoranda, reports and other documents relating to the appli- 
cation for .the opening of a Post, Office in North Oakville in 1921 and also relating 
to the Order countermanding the opening of said Post Office. Presented April 
9, 1923. Mr. Anderson Not printed. 

160. Return to an Order of the House of the 28th February, 1923, for a Return showing: 

1. The total sum now charged against the railways now comprised in the National 
Railways by way of cost of construction, cost of equipment, and deficits. 2. What 
portion of said sum is chargeable to capital expenditure and deficits respectively. 
3. What amounts regarding No. 2 are respectively chargeable to the railways 

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formerly known as the Canadian Northern, the Grand Trunk Pacific, the National 
Transcontinental, the Intercolonial and the Grand Trunk. 4. What the respective 
fixed charges are against the former Canadian Northern Railway, the Grand Trunk 
Pacific, the National Transcontinental and the Grand Trunk Railway. 5. Whether 
there are anv annual fixed charges against the Intercolonial Railway and the Prince 
Edward Island Railway. 6. If so, the amounts. 7. The total annual fixed charges 
on account of securities held against the National Railways by private investors 
and excluding all securities and advances made by the Government of Canada. 
8. The amount of the annual fixed charges of the various railways in the National 
system on account of securities and loans made by the Government of Canada. 
Presented April 9, 1923. Mr. Euler. 

Printed for distribution to Senators and Members. 

161. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th March, 1923, for a copy of all corres- 

pondence, papers, writings, and other documents, relating to the cancellation of 
the contract of Peter Thibeau for the carrjnng of mail from Thibeauville to 
Sporting Mountain Station, Nova Scotia. Presented April 10, 1923. Mr. Hanson. 

Not printed. 

162. Return to an Order of the House of the 12t,h March, 1923, for a Return showing: 

1. The number of quarter sections of schools lands within pre-emption area as 
defined by Dominion Lands Act, 1908, sold up to December 31, 1922. 2. The total 
revenue derived therefrom up to December 31, 1922. 3. The amount remaining 
unpaid upon such lands at December 31, 1922. 4. The number of quarter sections 
of such lands that have been surrendered to the Government. Presented April 
10, 1923. Mr. McTaggart Not printed. 

163. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 19th Februarj', 

1923, for a Return showing all correspondence, letters, documents, petitions, etc., 
passed between the Government or any member of the Government, or officials 
of the Department and persons in Vancouver, B.C., relating to the retirement 
of certain members of the Vancouver Harbour Board and the appointment of 
successors; also copies of the Orders in Council appointing members of the Van- 
couver Harbour Board since its inception; also Orders in Council that have 
passed since Januarv 1, 1922, authorizing the expenditure of moneys by the Har- 
bour Commissioners in harbour improvements. Presented April 11, 1923. Hon. 
Mr. Stevens Not printed. 

164. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated March 8, 1923, for a Return giving the 

following information: The value of imports into Canada in the currency of the 
country of origin as well as in Canadian currency, showing importations from each 
country' separately with the amount of duties collected on such goods from each 
such countrv and average rate of duty from each such country separately between 
July 1, 1922, and January 1, 1923, on following articles: — 

Value or Imports, as Specified, Entered for Consumption in Canada, and Customs Duty Collected 
Thereon, During the Calendar Year, 1922. 



Item 




Customs 
Duty 



(a) 
(6) 
(c) 
id) 
(e) 
if) 
ia) 
ih) 
ii) 
0") 



Agricultural machinery 

Meats. 

Animal grease, oils or fats 

Milk and milk products 

Cattle, calf and sheep skins, green or salted 

Wool 

Eggs 

Apples, green 

Potatoes 

Fish and fishery products 



24 



7,732,215 
9,286,552 
2,9/7,100 
2,325,897 
6,747,824 
3,883,433 
2,476,906 
914,862 
450, 909 
2,800,980 



$ cts. 

660,464 16 

1,815,609 42 

311,817 93 

267, 184 52 

651 72 

244,216 22 

153,525 60 

69,487 60 

315,509 79 



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Imports Entered for Consumption Calendar Year 1922 



Items 



Unit 



Quantity 



Value 



Duty 



(a) Agricultural Machinery or Farm Equipment — 

Binding attachments 

Steel bowls for cream separators 

Cream separators 

Cultivators and weeders and parts, 

Traction ditching machines not more than $3,000 value 
and parts 

Drills, seed 

Portable engines for farm purposes 

Repairs for traction engines 

Traction engines not more than $1,400 for farm pur- 
poses 

Traction engines, n.o.p., for farm purposes and repairs . . 

Fanning mills 

Fodder or feed cutters 

Forks, pronged 

Grain crushers 

Harrows and parts 

Harvesters, self binding 

Hay loaders 

Hay presses 

Hay tedders 

Hoes 

Horse rakes 

Knives, hay or straw 

Knives, edging 

Mowing machines 

Manure spreaders 

Ploughs, and parts 

Post hole diggers 

Potato diggers 

Rakes, n.o.p 

Reapers 

Rollers, farm, road or field 

Scythes 

Sickles, or reaping hooks 

Spades and shovels 

Threshing machine separators , 

Threshing machine separtor parts 

Windmills and parts 

Parts of agricultural implements 

All other agricultural implements 

Milk machines and attachments, centrifugal machines 
for testing butter, fat, milk, etc. (From May 24, 
1922) ; 

Grading machines, fruit or vegetable. (From May 24, 
1922) 



No. 



No. 
No. 

No. 



No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 

$ 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 

$ 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
Doz. 
Doz. 
Doz. 
No. 



$ 
No. 



Total agricultural machinery. 



(b) Meats — 

Beef, fresh 

Beef, pickled, in barrels 

Mutton and lamb, fresh 

Pork, fresh 

Bacons and hams, etc., cured 

Pork, barrelled in brine 

Pork, dry salted 

Poultry and game, n.o.p 

Sausage 

Other meats, fresh 

Other meats, salted 

Dried or smoked meats and meats preserved, n.o.p. 

Canned meats 

Extracts of meats 

Soups 



Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 

$ 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 

$ 



13,713 
9,412 



5,484 



11 

811 

1 



4,592 

88 

297 

885 

4,344 

85 



1,582 

3 

148 

1 

3,584 

180 

2,115 

197 

409 

60 



1,111 

928 

3,638 

30 

26 

530 

336 

2,852 

1,922 



30 



110,566 

858,900 

2,061,025 

34,708,132 

4,544,009 

11,560,950 

1,536,363 



349,966 

275,418 

88,785 

140,563 

1,569,812 



216 
46 

30 
32 

734 

2,411 

312 

9 

67 

3 

4 

71 

253 

41 

1 
5 
1 

23 
5 

571 

1 

69 

2 

2 
8 
6 

15 

1,631 

621 

34 

266 

192 



7,732 



32 
53 

344 
5,321 

672 
1,226 

196 
67 

108 
29 
18 
32 

282 

llOi 

789 



Total meats. 



9,286,552 



134 

228 

286 
819 
506 
961 

653 
617 

487 
621 
276 
658 
508 
694 
870 
347 
29 
755 
585 
738 
208 
188 
567 
680 
424 
664 
112 
220 
137 
200 
834 
646 
115 
704 
046 
943 
834 



$ cts. 

1,379 70 
Free 
Free 
6,584 72 

Free 
4,806 58 
88 56 
Free 

Free 

54,689 33 

1,610 30 

10,342 25 

675 45 

801 05 

9,904 62 

25,450 96 

130 50 

11,370 49 

4 35 

378 37 

737 39 

261 90 

42 91 

2,447 84 

766 86 

93,265 50 

250 65 

10,904 25 

464 67 

222 20 

1,572 75 

1,286 92 

149 87 

4,248 85 

245,750 65 

97,259 62 

5,958 46 

31,486 SO 

33,759 44 



977 25 
432 15 



215 



660,464 16 



3,316 98 

17,176 00 

58,160 15 

,041,243 96 

90,876 37 

231,217 00 

30,727 26 

13,297 31 

6,999 32 

8,258 39 

1,775 70 

2,811 26 

71,420 65 

21,586 58 

216,742 49 



1,815,609 42 



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Imports Entered for Consttmption Calendar Year 1922— Continued 



Items 



Unit Quantity 



Value 



Duty 



(0 



Animal Oils and Fats — 

Grease rough for manufacture of soap and oil. 

Grease and degras for stuffing leather 

Lard ■ 

Lard compound, animal stearine, etc 

Lard oil 

Oleomargarine 

Oleo oil 

Neat's-foot oil 

Other animal oil, n.o.p 

Tallow 

Candles, n.o.p 

Beeswax 



Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Gal. 
Lbs. 
Gal. 
Gal. 
Gal. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 



W) 



Total animal oils, fats, etc. 

Milk and Milk Products — 

Milk and cream, fresh 

Milk, condensed 

Butter 

Casein 

Cheese 



Total milk and milk products. 



(e) Cattle, Calf and Sheep Skins- 

Calf Skins, raw 

Cattle skins, raw 

Sheep skins, raw 



Total calf, cattle and sheep skins. 



CO 



Wool- 
Wool, etc., not further prepared than washed, n.o.p. . . Lbs. 
Leicester, Cotswold, Lincolnshire, South Down comb 
ing wools, or wools kno^^Ti as lustre wools and other 
like combing wools such as are grown in Canada. . L Lbs. 



Total wool . 



S 

Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 



Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 



(g) Eggs Doz. 



(h) Apples, green. 



(i) Potatoes, n.o.p. 



(J) Fish and Fishery Products — 

Cod, haddock and pollock, fresh 

Cod, haddock and pollock, pickled.. 
Cod, haddock and pollock, smoked. 
Cod, haddock and pollock, dried. .. 

Halibut, fresh 

Herring, fresh 

Herring, canned 

Herring, smoked 

Herring, pickled 

Mackerel, fresh 

Sardines, anchovies, etc., in tins 

Salmon, fresh 

Salmon, canned 

Salmon, smoked 

Salmon, pickled 

Squid 

Lobsters, fresh 

Lobsters, canned 

Oysters, seed and breeding 

Oysters, fresh, in shell 

Oysters, shelled, in bulk 



Brl. 
Bush. 



Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Boxes 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 

$ 

S 
Lbs. 

S 
Brls. 
Gals. 



15,973,504 

1,515,844 

10,232,095 

2,739,658 

20, 633 

1,032,405 

8,8.33 

6,232 

56,509 

876,458 

458,895 

221,352 



232,285 

6,396,836 

535,703 

686,754 



5,466,304 

32,847,294 

2,764,390 



15,885,150 
21,724 



8,140,547 
170,584 
347,453 



1,186,761 

261,114 

590 

7,563,857 

2,746,009 

237,942 

326,015 

1,360 

10,167,744 

52,254 

4,021,992 

2,792,977 

518,463 

21,285 

455,777 



59,231 



2,499 
133,390 



1,077,938 

70,227 

1,105,854 

268,960 

19,329 

172,738 

7,827 

7,005 

42,373 

65,537 

80, 309 

59,003 



2,977,100 



33,841 

51,823 

1,912,519 

61,185 

266,529 



2,325,897 



$ cts. 

Free 

Free 
204,641 90 
53,732 41 

4,726 55 

Free 

1,369 72 

1,751 25 

7,397 20 
13,107 40 
19,809 35 

5,282 15 



311,^17 93 



5,922 59 

7,635 72 

216,399 31 

16,826 02 

20,400 88 



267,184 52 



1,289,548 

5,114,662 

343,614 



6,747,824 



3,877,036 
6,397 



Free 
Free 
Free 



3,883,433 



2,476,906 



914,862 



450, 909 



44,026 

10,005 

44 

449,538 

220,638 

6,038 

49,865 

257 

297,100 

5,154 

384,993 

179,601 

28,838 

6,489 

27,984 

24,134 

4,220 

40, 239 

4,240 

20, 197 

272,065 



Free 
651 72 



651 72 



244,216 22 



153,525 60 



69,487 60 



6,757 11 

96 00 

2 15 

703 37 

24,517 41 

259 14 

13.225 99 
8 61 

8,201 42 

522 54 

84,648 38 

25.226 00 
19,921 18 

210 45 

37 52 

Free 

562 50 

113 40 

Free 

5,0.59 25 

13,339 00 



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A. 1923 



Contents of Volume 6 — Continued 

Impokts Entered for CoNSUMPnoN Calendar Year 1922 — Concluded 



Items 



Unit Quantity Value 



Duty 



0') 



-Con. 



Fish and Fishery Products- 
Oysters, canned 

Oysters, prepared, n.o.p 

Bait, fish, fresh 

Fish, smoked or boneless 

Fish, preserved in oil, n.o.p 

Fish, all other, fresh 

Fish , all other, pickled 

Fish, dried, n.o.p 

Fish, preserved, n.o.p 

Live fish and fish eggs for propagating purposes. 

Fish oil, cod liver 

Fish oil, other, n.o.p 

Seal oil 

Whale oil 

Ambergris 

Sponges, marine 

Fish offal or refuse 

Other articles, fisheries 



Cans 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 

$ 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 
Lbs. 



Gals. 
Gals. 
Gals. 
Gals. 



150,345 

13,008 

1,800 

25,274 



1,128,560 
786,245 
336,610 



113,938 
28,357 
13,010 
13,914 



Total fish and products 

Presented April 11, 1923. Hon. Mr. Lynch-Staunton. 



27,225 

7,941 

24 

4,380 

43,040 

96,959 

64,593 

78,862 

139,848 

3,299 

67,984 

16,362 

8,133 

9,288 

251 

82,436 

7,961 

56,729 



$ cts. 

4,561 63 

2,382 30 

18 00 

222 96 

14,705 00 

10,892 28 

1,645 83 

3,069 87 
38,716 41 

Free 

2,906 24 

3,616 77 

Free 

2,041 27 

Free 
13,. 501 41 

Free 
13,828 40 



2,800,980 



315,509 79 



.Not printed. 



165. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th June, 1922, for a copy of all corres- 

pondence from and to any member of the Government, and Government depart- 
ment or official thereof, or other persons, with reference to the appointment and 
dismissal in the years 1921 and 1922 of the new of the Government cutter Hudson. 
Presented April 13, 1923. Hon. Mr. Baxter Not printed. 

166. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th March, 1923, for a copy of all corres- 

pondence, papers, writings, documents, telegrams, etc., connected with, leading to, 
or in any way relating to the withdrawal of professional work for the Inland 
Revenue Department, formerly performed by Charles Blake, barrister, at 
Brandon, and a returned soldier, and the turnmg of same over to Mr. Clement, of 
that city. Presented April 13, 1923. Mr. Black (Yukon) Not printed. 

167. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th March, 1923, for a copy of all corres- 

pondence, papers, writings, documents, telegrams, etc., connected with, leading to, 
or in any way relating to the withdrawal of professional work for the Inland 
Revenue Department, formerly performed by Mr. F. G. Thompson, barrister, at 
Winnipeg. Presented April 13, 1923. Mr. Black (Yukon) Not printed. 

168. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th March, 1923, for a copy of all corres- 

pondence, papers, writings, documents, telegrams, etc., connected with, leading 
to, or in any way relating to the withdrawal of professional work for the Inland 
Revenue Department, formerly performed by Mr. H. P. Blackwood, barrister, at 
Winnipeg. Presented April 13, 1923. Mr. JBlack (Yukon) Not printed. 

169. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th March, 1923, for a copy of all papers, 

correspondence, letters, documents, telegrams and other writings which have 
passed between the Government of the day, or any Minister thereof, and any 
person or persons connected with the sale to the Government of Lots 31 and 32, 
Block 8, in the town of Vermilion, Alberta. Presented April 13, 1923. Mr. 
Spencer Not printed. 

170. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th February, 1923, for a Return showing: 

1. The total value of the assets of the Canadian Pacific Railway. 2. The total 
amount of issued capital stock of the Canadian Pacific Railway. 3. The bonded 
indebtedness of the said company. 4. All the other obligations of the said com- 
pany excepting current accounts. 5. The total cash resen^es of the said company 
as at the date of the Slst December, 1922, including loans of money made by the 

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said company. 6. Whether the Canadian Pacific Railway has any other reserves 
than cash. If so, what they are, and what their total value is. 7. The value of 
the assets of the said railway created out of earnings or created from the receipts 
secured from the sale or other disposal of the company's assets. 8. Whether the 
Dominion Government extended any assistance to any railway which was acquired 
subsequent to the granting of such assistance, by the C.P.R. 9. If so, the names 
of the railway or railways, and the extent of the assistance given in the following 
detail: (a) srant of land in acreage; (b) amount of money; (c) other assistance 
and its value. 10. Whether the provinces of Canada extended any assistance to 
the C.P.R. 11. If so, the nature and extent of the assistance divided as follows: 
(a) name of railway; (6) name of province; (c) the amount of land granted in 
acreage; id) the amount of money; (e) the nature and extent and value of all 
other assistance; (/) bond guarantees. 12. Whether any of the provinces of the 
Dominion extended any aid or assistance to the C.P.R. or to any company sub- 
sequentlv acquired by the C.P.R. 13. If so, the nature and extent of the said 
assistance given them'in the following detail: (a) name of company; (6) name of 
province: (c) extent of land in acreage and in value; (d) rights the grant of land 
contained; (e) amount of money; (/) the nature and extent of all other assistance: 
ig) bond guarantees amount. Presented April 13, 1923.' Mr. Lucas.. Not printed. 

170a. Return to an Order of the House of the 26tli February, 1923, for a Return showing: 
1. Whether the C.P.R. betv\-een Kamloops and Port Aloody was constructed by the 
Dominion Government and turned over to the C.P.R. without cost to the said 
company. 2. If not, what portion of the C.P.R. in British Columbia was con- 
structed by the Dominion Government. 3. The actual cost of the C.P.R. lines 
built in British Columbia by the Dominion Government, and turned over to the 
C.P.R. 4. Whether the Dominion Government built or paid for the construction 
of any portion of the C.P.R. If so. the portions so constructed or paid for and 
their value. 5. The total value of the lines turned over to the C.P.R. either fully 
or partially constructed and paid for by the Dominion Government. 6. The total 
amount of cash given to the C.P.R. Company to aid the construction of the corn- 
pany's railway. 7. The total number of icres of land given to the C.P.R. to aid 
in the construction of the company's railway. 8. The total receipts received by 
the C.P.R. Co. from the sale or disposal of said lands to date. 9. The number 
of acres of the said lands remaining in the C.P.R. to-day, or its subsidiarj' com- 
panies, and the value thereof per acre and total. 10. The amounts of dividends 
paid bv the C.P.R. Co. during the following years: 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 
1919, 1920 and 1921 in per cents and annual totals. Presented April 24. 1923. Mr. 
Kellner Not printed. 

171. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th March, 1923, for a Return showing: 

1. The quantity of grain grown on the Indian Reserves in the three prairie prov- 
inces during the last five years. 2. What proportion of this was grown by indi- 
vidual Indians. 3. What proportion by White Lessees. 4. What proportion by 
the Greater Production operations. 5. The quantity of grain grown on these same 
reserves during the five years previous to this period. 6. What area has been 
summer-fallowed and broken by Indians during the last five years. 7. What area 
during the previous five years. 8. Amount of rentals collected during the last 
five 5-ears. 9. Amount during the previous five years. Presented April 13. 1923. 
Mr. Evans Not printed. 

172. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th March, 1923, for a copy of all corres- 

pondence, papers, writings, petitions^ telegrams and other documents passing 
between the Department of Indian Affairs, the Minister and Officers of this De- 
partment, and the Six Nations Indian Reserve, its Council or members or residents 
thereof, since 1st January, 1922, having to do with the relations of such Reserve 
to the Government of Canada and to the complaints of such Council regarding 
the Department of Indian Affairs. Presented April 13, 1923. Mr. Senn 

Not printed. 

173. Copy of a letter from the Secretary of the Vancouver Board of Trade to the Prime 

Minister of Canada respecting the question of alleged discriminator\^ freight rates 
against the province of British Columbia. Presented April 16. 1923.. iVoi printed. 

174. Copy of a Report of W. A. Dryden on his mission to South Anaerica for the pur- 

pose of looking into live sLock conditions there, and the possibilities of a market 
for Canadian breeding stock. Presented April 18, 1923 , Not printed. 

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175. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th March, 1923, for a copy of all papers, 

correspondence, letters, telegrams, petitions, requests and other documents, 
exchanged between the Pos*^ Office Department and any persons, from the year 
1911 to date in regard to the resignation of Mrs. J. Nolin, Postmistress of St. 
David, County of Levis. Presented April 18, 1923. Mr. Bourassa Not printed. 

176. Return to an Order of the House of the 18th April, 1923, for a Return showing: — 

1. The amount of grain of each kind shipped from the Port of Montreal in each 
of the years 1920, 1921 and 1922. 2. How much of this grain was Canadian grown 
and how much American. 3. How much of the 1922 Canadian grain crop was 
shipped from Montreal in 1922. 4. How much grain was handled by the Grand 
Trunk elevator and how much by the elevators owned by the Montreal Harbour 
Commission in the years 1920, 1921 and 1922. 5. Whether the Montreal Harbour 
Commission recently purchased from the Canadian' National Railway System the 
said Grand Trunk elevator If so, the price paid for same. 6. The storage 
capacity of this elevator. 7. The storage capacity of the other elevators owned 
by the Harbour Commission and the total cost of these elevators. Presented 
April 18, 1923. Mr. Coote Not printed. 

177. Copj' of correspondence and agenda respecting the Imperial Economic Conference 

and the Imperial Conference, to be held in 1923. Presented April 19, 1923._ 

Not printed. 

178. Return to an Order of the House of the 1st March, 1923, for a Return showing:— 

1. The total cost of collecting the Income Tax during the years 1918, 1919, 1920, 
1921 and 1922. 2. The total amount of rental paid for offices used in connection 
with the said work during the above-mentioned years. 3. What the total amount 
of interest would amount to on money invested in buildings owned by the Gov- 
ernment and used in connection with the collection of said tax during the above 
stated years. 4. The total amount of salaries paid in connection with the said 
collections during the years mentioned. 5. The total amount of all other expenses 
incidental to the collecting of Income Tax during the said j^ears. 6. The total 
amount of Income Tax collected during the vears 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921 and 1922. 
Presented April 23, 1923. Mr. Black (Huron) Not printed. 

179. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th March, 1923, for a Return showing:— 

1. Total cost of collecting the Customs and Excise Taxes for the years 1918, 
1919. 1920, 1921 and 1922. 2. Total amount of rental paid for offices used in con- 
nection with the said work during the above mentioned years. 3. Total amount 
of interest money invested in buildings owned by the Government and used m 
connection with "the collection of said taxes during the above stated years. 4. 
Total amount of salaries paid in connection with the said collections dunng the 
years mentioned. 5. Total amount of all other expenses mcidental to the collect- 
ing of Customs and Excise taxes during the said years. 6. Total amount of 
Customs and Excise Taxes collected during the years 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921 and 
1922. Presented April 23, 1923. Mr. Black (Huron) Not printed. 

180. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th February, 1923, for a return giving 

a list of all appointments made or nominations to appointments made by the 
Civil Service Commission since January 1, 1922, with the names of the persons 
appointed or nominated in all cases where such appointments or nominations have 
not been followed by the appointee or person nominated actually taking the 
position, also showing in each case who is occupying the position which the 
appointee of the Commission is not occupying, and also showing the instances 
where the appointee of the Commission was a returned soldier. Presented April 
23, 1923. Rt. Hon. Mr. Meighen Not printed. 

181. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th March, 1923, for a copy of all letters, 

papers, reports and other documents, regarding the dismissal of U. Belanger, 
Station Agent at Padoue, County of Matane, in 1922. Presented April 23, 1923. 
Mr. Pelletier Not printed. 

182. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th March, 1923, for a copy of all letters, 

papers, reports and other documents, regarding the dismissal of A. C. Belanger, 
Night Station Agent at St. Moise, Matane County, in 1922. Presented April 
23, 1923. Mr. Pelletier Not printed. 

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183. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated March 2, 1923, for a Return showing:— 

1. What was the total wheat crop of the world for 1921. 2. What amount of 
wheat is stored at Port Arthur and Fort William during the winter of 1922-23. 
3. What amount of wheat was exported from Canada to the Orient during the 
years 1911, 1916, 1918, 1921 and if possible 1922. 4. How many hundredweight 
of flour and of what grades were exported to the Orient from Canada during the 
said years. 5. How many bushels of wheat and hundredweight of flour were 
exported from Canada to Europe, giving if possible the several countries of 
Europe to which it was exported, during the years 1911, 1916, 1918 and 1921. Pre- 
sented April 25, 1923. Hon. Mr. Schaffner Not printed. 

184. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th March, 1923, for a Return showing:— 

1. Mileage of railways owned by the Dominion Government in 1896. 2. Cost of 
same to the country at that date. 3. Total mileage of railwaj-s owned by the 
Dominion Government in 1911. 4. Cost of same to the country. 5. Total mileage 
of railways owned by the Dominion Government on Januarj^ 1, 1922. 6. Net cost 
to the country on January 1. 1922, of the railways taken over by the Government 
from McKenzie & Mann. 7 Total mileage in Canada of the railways taken over 
bv the Government from the Grand Trunk Railway. 8. Total mileage in the 
United States. 9. Total cost to Canada of the Grand Trunk Railway both in 
Canada and the United States, on the 1st of January, 1922. 10. Total cost to 
Canada of all railwavs owned bv the Dominion Government on January 1, 1922. 
Presented April 26, 1923. Mr. Tobin Not printed. 

185. Return to an Order of the House of the 22nd February, 1923. for a Return showing: 

1. The names of the Postmasters, in the County of Levis, that were dismissed 
between July 1, 1911, and January 1, 1922. 2. The names of those dismissed after 
inquiry. 3. The reasons for their dismissal. 4. The names of those dismissed 
without an inquiry. 5. The reasons for the dismissal of the latter. 6. The names 
of those who have been reinstated. Presented April 26, 1923. Mr. Bourassa. 

Not printed. 

186. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 26th March, 

1923, for a copy of all papers, writings, telegrams. Orders in Council, aflBdavits or 
documents of any kind relating to the dismissal of Mr. D. W. Morrison from the 
position of Postmaster at St. Peters, Nova Scotia, including all communications 
to and from Mr. W. E. McLellan, Acting District Superintendent of the Post 
Office Department for the Province of Nova Scotia. Presented April 26. 1923. 
Mr. Hanson Not printed. 

187. 187o. Returns to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 19th 

March, 1923, for a copy of all papers, correspondence, letters, documents, tele- 
grams, and other writings which have passed between the present Government, 
or any Minister or official thereof, and the Government of the Province of British 
Columbia or any Minister or official thereof, on the subject of oriental immigra- 
tion, or in any way affecting or dealing with the rights or privileges of orientals in 
Canada. Presented April 26, and June 28, 1923. Mr. McQuarrie Not printed. 

188. 188o. Returns to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 19th 

March, 1923, for a return showing: — 1. All statutes, orders in council, regula- 
tions and other enactments and provisions of the Province of British Columbia 
since the entry of that Province into Confederation, dealing with or affecting 
oriental immigration, or the rights or privileges of orientals, which have been 
disallowed; giving dates of disallowance and the reasons therefor in every case 
respectively. 2. A copy of all papers, correspondence, letters, documents, tele- 
grams and other writings which have passed between the present Government 
or any Minister or official thereof, and the Government of the Province of British 
Columbia, or any Minister or official thereof, relative to the disallowance of any 
Provincial enactment affecting orientals. 3. A copy of all papers, correspondence, 
letters, telegrams or other writings which have passed between the Secretary of 
State, or any of his officials and any of the County Court Judges in Vancouver 
on the subject of naturalization of oriental aliens. 4. A copy of all orders in 
council or other regulations passed during, or since January 1, 1917, affecting oriental 
immigration. 5. Details as to oriental immigration since January 1, 1917, classified 
as to age, sex- nationality and occupation. Presented April 26, and June 28, 1923. 
Mr. McQuarrie Not printed. 

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189. Fourth Annual Report of the Board of Directors of Canadian Government Mer- 

chant Marine, Limited, for the year ended December 31, 1922. Presented April 
30, 1923 Presented in printed form. 

190. Return to an Order of the House of April 23, 1923, for a copy of all letters, corres- 

pondence, telegrams, and other documents, since January last, passing between the 
Minister of Labour or any officer of his department and the Civic Employees 
Union of Prince Rupert, or any officer or official of the Municipal Council of 
Prince Rupert, or other persons, having reference to a request for a Conciliation 
Board. Presented April 30, 1923. Hon. Mr. Stevens Not printed. 

191. Copy of Order in Council, P.C. 713, dated April 21, 1923, appointing F. T. Congdon, 

K.C., of Ottawa, Commissioner to inquire into and report upon all circumstances 
incidental to or connected with any gratuities or payments made by the Grand 
Trunk Railway Company's directors by way of bonus or retiring allowances to any 
directors of the company. Presented April 30, 1923 Not printed. 

191a. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th April, 1923. for a copy of all letters, 
correspondence and documents passing between Justice Department or any officer 
thereof and any other Minister of the Crown, having reference to a Commission 
presided over by the late Augustus Power, K.C., investigating charges of the 
alleged maladministration of F. C. Congdon, K.C., during his term as public 
administrator of the Yukon territory, and copy of the report of the said Power 
Commission. Presented June 14, 1923. Mr. Hanson Not printed. 

192. Return to an Order of the House of the 22nd March, 1923, for a Return showing: 

1. Number of persons employed in a temporary capacity by the various departments 
of the Government on the 31st December, 1921. 2. Number of persons employed in 
a temporary capacity by the various departments of the Government on the 31st 
December, 1922. Presented May 1, 1923. Mr. Archambault Not printed. 

193. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th March, 1923, for a copy of all letters, 

papers telegrams, correspondence and other documents, in the possession of the 
Government, exchanged between Mr. Walter Fisher, Chief Fishery Inspector, 
Eastern Division, Halifax, Nova Scotia; T. W. Crocker, Fishery Inspector, New 
Castle, New Brunswick, and Joseph Le Blanc of Richibucto Village, and the 
Department of Marine and Fisheries, in reference to the seizure and confiscation 
of the Joseph Le Blanc fishing boat, so called, for illegal fishing, in the year 1922. 
at Richibucto Cape, New Brunswick. Also a copy of the order given by the 
Minister of Marine and Fisheries for the release of said confiscated boat to the 
said Joseph Le Blanc. Presented May 1. 1923. Mr. Leger Not printed. 

194. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th April, 1923, for a Return showing: 

1. The total number of employees of the Board of Grain Commissioners at Fort 
William in the year 1922, and the total of the salaries paid during the year. 2. 
The number of persons employed in the Weighing Department in each month, 
and the amount of wages paid to them in each month. 3. The amount of gram 
weighed by this department in each month. 4. The number of persons employed 
in the Inspection Department in each month, and the amount of wages paid to 
them in each month. 5. The amount of grain inspected by this department m 
each month. Presented May 2, 1923. Mr. Coote. 

Printed for distribution to Senators and Members. 

195. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th February, 1923, for a Return showing: 

1 The ruling grades on the Canadian National Railways against east and west 
bound traffic between the following points: (a) Vancouver and the eastern 
boundarv of British Columbia; (£>) the easterly boundary of British Columbia to 
Fort William; (c) Fort William to North Bay; (d) North Bay to Toronto: (e) 
North Bay to Montreal. 2. The ruling grades on the Canadian Pacific Railway- 
between: (a) Vancouver and Revelstoke: (b) Revelstoke and Canmore: (c) 
Canmore and Fort William: id) Fort William and Montreal; (e) Montreal and 
West St. John. 3. Whether the section of the Canadian National Railway through 
the Fraser River Canyon, viz: section between Kamloops and Hope, British 
Columbia, was the most costly section of the said railway to construct west ot 
Fort William. 4. The cost of "construction per mile of line of section of said rail- 
wav through the Fraser River Canyon between Kamloops and Hope. 5. The cost 
of construction per mile of line of the Canadian National Railway between Ottawa 

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and Montreal, including the Montreal tunnel. 6. The cost of construction of the 
Canadian National Railway per mile of line between the following points: (a) 
between Montreal and Winnipeg, including the Montreal tunnel ; ib) between 
Winnipeg and Vancouver. 7. Whether it costs more to haul freight over the 
CP.R. between Vancouver and the prairies than it does to haul the same freight 
between Vancouver and the prairies over the C.N.R. or between Prmce Rupert 
and the prairies over the Grand Trunk Pacific. 8. When the C.N.R. Company and 
the G.T.P. Company commenced operations between the prairies and Pacific coast 
points, whether the said railway companies were allowed by the Board of Railway 
Commissioners to adopt the scale of rates applied by the C.P.R., and based on the 
cost of operation of the CP.R. through the mountains, and which said scale c^ 
rates was known as the mountain scale. 9. Whether the same scale of rates, viz: 
the mountain scale now in application applies to the CP.R. on the movement of 
all goods in, to, from, or through British Columbia in the same way that the said 
mountain scale applies to the movement of goods over the C.N.R. 10. If it is the 
intention of the Government to see that the rates on the C.N.R., where the said 
railways move through British Columbia on grades equally favourable to^ those 
obtaining on the prairies, are no higher than the prairie scale of rates. 11. Whether 
the winter weather increases the cost of operating railways in the prairies and in 
eastern Canada over and above the cost of operating the same railways during 
the summer season. 12. Whether the CP.R. is divided into eight operating 
divisions, and whether the operating expenses of the said railway is kept by 
divisions, viz: the divisions of iS'ew Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, Algoma, Manitoba, 
Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia. 13. The mileage of the CP.R. in 
each division. 14. The main line boundaries of such divisions. 15. Whether the 
C.N.R. system is divided into operating divisions, viz : lines east and lines west 
with the dividing point at Fort William. 16. Whether there are any other 
divisions of the Canadian National Railways system for which accounts of operating 
expenses or revenues are kept. If so, what they are, and when the same were 
established. 17. The total operating expenses of the CP.R. per mile of line for 
the years 1917, 1920 and 1921 for the following divisions, viz: British Columbia, 
Manitoba, Quebec, New Brunswick. 18. The total cost of operation of CP.R. as 
expressed in the cost per gross ton mile in the years 1917, 1920 and 1921 in the 
following of the said divisions: British Columbia, Quebec, New Brunswick. 19. 
The total cost of operation of the CP.R. as expressed in the cost per car mile in 
the following of the said divisions, viz: British Columbia. New Brunswick, Quebec. 
20. The cost of operation of the CP.R. as expressed in the cost per mile of line in 
the said divisions of Alberta and British Columbia taken together, and in the said 
divisions qf New Brunswick and Quebec taken together for the years 1917, 1920 
and 1921. 21. The densitv of traffic as shown in car miles per the mile of line, and 
in gross ton miles per mile of line, for the years 1917. 1920 and 1921, in the follow- 
ing of the said divisions: (a) British Columbia; (b) New Brunswick: New Bruns- 
wick and Quebec, taken together; (c) British Columbia and Alberta, taken 
together. 22. Whether the CP.R. Company is divided into two panin divisions 
for accounting purposes, viz: lines east, and lines west, and whether the divisional 
point of the said sy.?tem of railwavs is Fort William, Ontario. 23. The net revenues 
per mile of line, and per train mile produced bv the CP.R. ComDanv on lines east, 
and lines west for the years 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919 and 1920. 24. The net earnings of 
the C.P.R. per mile of line, and per train mile for the years 1912 to 1916. both 
inclusive, in the following of the said divisions, viz: New Brunswick or Atlantic, 
British Columbia. Presented May 2, 1923. Mr. McBride Not printed. 

196. Steamboat Inspection Report, supplement to Fifty-fifth Annual Report of the 

Department of Marine and Fisheries, for the fiscal year. 1921-22, (Marine). Pre- 
sented May 2, 1923 ...Presented in printed form. 

197. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated April 13, 1923, for a copy of all corres- 

pondence, letters and telegrams between the Boards of Trade and Municipal 
Councils of the Cities of Quebec, St. John. Moncton and Halifax, and the Govern- 
ment of Canada, the Canadian Railway Commission and the Directors of the 
Canadian National Railwavs since the 1st of July, 1922, to this date in reference 
to the utilization of the Transcontinental line to Quebec, St. John and Halifax. 
Presented May 2, 1923. Hon. Mr. Turgeon Not printed. 

198. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th March, 1923, for a copy of all papers, 

correspondence, letters, documents, telegrams and other writings exchanged between 

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the Post Office Department, the Civil Service Commission, at Ottawa, and Mr. 
Camile Bolte, an employee of the Post Office, at Montreal; also between Mr. 
Gabomy, Superintendent of Post Office, at Montreal, Mr. P. T. Coolican, at 
Ottawa, Mr. Leonard, Postmaster, at Montreal, and the Post Office Department 
in regard to Mr. Camille Bolte. Presented Maj^ 4, 1923. Mr. Archambault. 

Not printed. 

199. Return to an Order of the House of the 21st March, 1923, for a copy of all papers, 

writings, telegrams, affidavit^- or documents of any kind in the possession of the 
Government, relating to appointments of officers and men by the present Govern- 
ment on the boat Eureka at Pointe au Pere, or relating to the conduct of the 
men so placed by the Government in charge of such boat. Presented May 7, 1923. 
Mr. Hanson Not printed. 

200. Peturn to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of April 30, 1923, for 

a copy of all letters, i)apers, telegrams, jietitions, Onlei-s in Council and other 
documents regarding the construction of a bridge on tlie Lachine Canal, ia St. 
Henry ^Vard. in the City of Montreal. Presented May 8, 1923. Mr. Mercier. 

Not printed. 

201. Copy of Draft Agreement made between the British Government and the Canadian 

Government respecting prepaid passages for agricultural workers, household workers, 
juvenile immigrants, coming to Canada. Presented May 9, 1923. 

Prirtted jar distribution to Senators and Members. 

202. Statement prepared by the Geological Survey of Canada respecting a reporteii 

discovery of placer gold in Labrador. Presented May 9, 1923 Not printed. 

203. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th March, 1923, for a Return showing: 

1. Names of the Customs Officials in the County of Halton and where they are 
located. 2. Amount collected in each office in the said county in (a) 1921, (6) 1922. 
3. Total expense of each office, including the salary of the official, during the years 
1921 and 1922 respectively. 4. Name of Customs Official in Streetsville, County of 
Peel, Ontai-io. 5. Amount collected in that office during the years 1921 and 1922 
respectively. 6. Total expense of the office, including salary to the official, during 
the said yeai's respectively. 7. What part of the receipts from this office was col- 
lected on goods entering the County of Halton in the years 1921 and 1922 
respectively. Presented May 9, 1923. Mr. Anderson Not printed. 

204. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated February 27, 1923, for a Return showing: 

1. How many private or official cars are there connected with the Canadian 
National Railways. 2. What officials of the road are given the use of private 
or official cars. 3. What is the average initial cost of a private or official car fully 
equipped. 4. How many men constitute the " crew " of a private or official car and 
and what are their several positions and rate of pay. 5. Are these private or official 
cars supplied with food when used on trips and at whose expense. 6. Outside of 
private or official cars maintained by the Railwaj^ Department, how manj^ other 
private or official cars are maintained and used in connection with the adminis- 
tration of the Government of Canada. 7. By whom respectively are these cars 
used. 8. Are crews provided for these cars and at whose expen.se. 9. How many 
official motor cars are attached to the Department of Militia and Defence. 10. What 
was the initial cost of same. 11. What is the coiit of the annual upkeep. 12. By 
whom and for what purposes exclusively are these cars used. 13. How many official 
motor cai-s other than those belonging to the Militia Department are maintained 
by the Government of Canada at the public expense in Ottawa and by whom 
are they used and what is the aggregate cost of maintenance of said motor cars 
together with their initial cost. 14. How many motor cars (if any) are main- 
tained by the Government of Canada and what was the initial cost of .said cars 
and what is the annual cost of maintenance of same. 15. How many chauffeurs are 
in charge of the official motor cars of the Department of Militia and Defence. 
Wliat pay and allowances do they receiv-e respectively. 16. How many if any 
chauffeurs are employed or paid by the Government of Canada outside of those 
employed by the Department of Militia and Defence. Presented Mav 9, 1923. Hon. 
Mr. Fowler Not printed. 

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203. Return to an Order of the House of the 22nd March, 1923, for a Return showing: 
1. Whether all tiie departments of the Government are making their purchases 
through the Purchasing Commission of Canada. 2. If not, what departments are, 
and what departments are not. 3. If all are not purchasing tlirough the Commis- 
sion, what the reason is. Presented May 14, 1923. Mr. Kennedy (Edmonton). 

A'ot printed. 

206. Retura to an Order of the House of the 5th March, 1923, for a Return showing: 

1. Number of temporary employees made permanent by the Civil Service Commi.s- 
sion, between March 15, 1921, and the day the late Government resigned. 2. How 
many of the above-mentioned emplo3'ees passed the Civil Service examination. 
3. How many of the said emploj-ees cannot write and were unable to sign their 
names, but simply affixed a cross to the form of oath required by the Act. Pre- 
sented May 14, 1923. Mr. Archambault Not printed. 

206a. Return to an Order of the House of the 22nd March, 1923, for a Return showing: 
1. Number of temporary clerks in the Civil Sen'ice made permanent by the Civil 
Service Commission since the Lst January, 1922. 2. The names of such clerks and 
what their positions are. 3. At what date tliev were made permanent. Presented 
May 18, 1923. Mr. Archambault ". Not printed. 

207. Return to an Order of the House of the ^Ist Febrhary, 1923, for a copy of ail tenders, 

contracts and other documents pertaining to the coal purchased by the Dominion 
Government during the year ending Januaiy 31, 1923, in the City of Winnipeg, 
used in connection with federal buildings, etc., including a list of persons from 
whom said coal was purchased, the amount purchased in each case, and the amount 
paid to the Canadian Coal Sales Company, Limited, for coal supplied as above- 
mentioned. Presented May 14, 1923. Mr. McMurray Not printed. 

208. 208a. Returns to an Order of the House of the 18th April, 1923, for a return showing 

the names of newspaper companies and printing companies who have received 
federal moneys for printing, since January 1, 1922, with the respective amounts 
received bj' each of said companies. Presented May 16, 1923. Mr. Black (Yukon). 

Not printed. 

208b. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th April. 1923, for a Return showing the 
names of newspaper companies and r)rinting companies who have received federal 
moneys for printing since January 1. 1918, with the respective amounts received by 
each of said companies. Presented May 2S, 1923. Mr. d'Anjou Not printed. 

208c. Statement showing: 1. The total sum paid by the Government for printing outside 
the printing bureau each j^ear, for the past five years. 2. The cost to the Govern- 
ment of printing the Labour Gazette outside the printing bureau each year for 
the past five years. Presented May 30, 1923 Not printed. 

209. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th May, 1923. for a Return showing: 

1. The names, official titles, and salaries of Officers-in-Charge of Dominion Build- 
ings, Chief Architect's Branch, Department of Public Works, on January 1, 1912, 
1922 and 1923. 2. In wliat cities or towns the offices of each are located. 3. The 
date of their appointment and how the}' have been classified. 4. The number of 
employees under each Officer-in-Charge on January 1. 1912. 1922 and 1923. 5. The 
number of buildincs each Officer-in-Charge had under his charge on Januarv 1, 
1912, 1922 and 1923. 6. Whether all the positions of these Officers-in-Charge have 
been classified by the Civil Service Commission or Arthur Young & Company. 
7. Whether any positions of these Officers-in-Charge are vacant. 8. If so, what 
they are, and since what date they have been vacant. 9. The causes of these 
vacancies. 10. In what locality they have occurred. Presented Maj' 16, 1923. Mr. 
De.slauriers Not printed. 

210. Return to a.n Order of the Senate dated April 13, 1923. for a Return showing the 

total cost of the Civil Service for the year ending March 31, 1919, and for the 
year ending March 31, 1922. (By the Civil Service is meant all the Government 
employees affected bv the provisions of the Ci\al Service Act, 1919, and its amend- 
ments). Presented May 16, 1923. Hon. Mr. Bradbury Not printed. 

211. Report of the Royal Commis.^ion appointed to inquire into the Lake Grain Rates. 

Presented May 18, 1923. 

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212. Return to au Order of the Hou^e of the 30th April, 1923, for a return showing the 

names of grain dealers in the western inspection division who have taken out a 
license under the Grain Act. Also a list of those operating in grain and who have 
not taken out such license. Presented May 18, 1923. Hon. Mr. Stevens. 

Not printed. 

213. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th April, 1923, for a Return showing: 

1 Whether the Government, since Peace was signed, ever considered the utili- 
zation of Valcartier Camp grounds. If so, what the result was of such considera- 
tion. 2. Whether it is a fac'. that this land, formeriy under cultivation, is now a 
complete loss to agriculture as well as to the Municipahty of Ste. Catherine, on 
the outskirts of the City of Quebec. 3. Whether it is true that the waterworks 
system on this property will soon be worthless. 4. Whether it is a fact that the 
whole property, situated as it is, only a few minutes distant from Valcartier 
Starion and lying on both sides of Jacques Cartier River, could be sold advan- 
tageously. 5. Whether the Government has received any offer for this property 
or whether any representations have been made on this subject. 6. Name of the 
present caretaker of the said Valcartier Camp. Under what circumstances and 
by whose influence he was appointed. Whether his appointment was 
subject to cancellation at the pleasure of the Government. What his duties are. 
Who his immediate superioi is. Whether the Government receives regular reports 
concerning this camp and this caretaker. Has the caretaker any assistants. It 
so, their names and whom appointed. Whether the said camp, as a military 
property, is inspected from time to time. Whether reports are made to the 
Department of Militia. Whether the Government is aware that last summer, 
1922, there were a large number of people occupying the various camp buildings. 
In what right and under whose authority said buildings were occupied. 7. Whether 
the Commanding Officer of Military District No. 5 has any supervision over this 
property and does he make reports. If so, whether the Government will pro- 
duce such reports. Whether there is any correspondence between the Department 
of Miliria and the Department of Agriculture, concerning this property. If so, 
whether the Government will produce it. Salary of this caretaker and his assist- 
ants 8. Whether it is a fact that one of the buildings on this camp was destroyed 
by fire in the month of January last. Whether a military inquiry was made 
as to the causes of this fire and to that end were all witnesses sought for or 
was the department satisfied with a mere report. Whether there are any corres- 
pondence or documents on the subject. If so, whether the Government will pro- 
duce them. 9. Whether it is a fact that in 1915 a road was built from the said 
camp to Quebec and that the Ste. Catherine public road between Range IV and 
St Michel was then closed by the military authorities and that since that time the 
camp road alone is and can be used. Whether or not this road is the property 
of the Government and as such must it be looked after by the Government 
winter and summer. Whet'>er orders were given to this effect and is there any 
control over the execution of the orders given. Whether it is the caretaker of 
the camp who is responsible for the maintenance of this road. Presented May 
21, 1923. Mr. Delisle ^o^ vented. 

214. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd April, 1923, for a Return showing 

the total expenditure for each department of the Government for civil salaries, 
both for temporary and permanent employees, for the fiscal years from 1911 to 
1922, both inclusive. Presented May 21, 1923. Mr. Michaud Not printed. 

215, 215a. Returns to an Order of the House of the 12th February, 1923: 1. For a 

copy of all papers, correspondence, letters, documents, or other writings ot any 
kind since December 31, 1921, passing between (a) members of the Government 
or officials of the Departments of the Government and the Canadian National 
Railway Company or Canadian Northern Railway Company or any other rail- 
way company owned bv Canada; (b) members of Pariiament and the Cana- 
dian National Railway Company or Canadian Northern Railway Company or any 
other railway owned by Canada. 2. A copy of all papers, correspondence, letters, 
documents, or writings of any kind between members of the Government or 
officials of the Government and the late directors of the Canadian Nationa 
Railway Company relative to the resignarion of such directors. 3. A copy ot an 
papers, correspondence, letters, documents, or writings of any kind between mem- 
bers of the Government or officials of the Government and the late directors ot 
the Grand Trunk Railway Company relaUve to the resignation of such directors. 
Presented May 21 and 30, 1923. Sir Henry Drj^ton Not printed. 

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216. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated April 13, 1923, for a return showing: 

(a) The authority granted to the Imperial Oil Company to lay a pipe line from 
the wharf of the Government Railway to their tanks at Barrack Point, Sydney, 
Nova Scotia, over land belonging to His Majesty. (6) The amount charged for 
this privilege and for wharfage on a cargo or cargoes discharged there last autumn, 
(c) For how long this charge is established, id) All correspondence between the 
Canadian National Railways or any department of the Government with the 
Imperial Oil Company or its representatives, and documents relating to this 
matter. Presented May 30 1923. Hon. Mr. McLennan Not printed. 

217. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated April 26, 1923, for a Return showing what 

sums of money have been paid by the various departments of the Government 
for express charges, railway fares, and telegraph tolls, between January 1, 1922, 
and December 31, 1922, and to what railway, express and telegraph companies 

respectively were such sums paid. Presented May 30, 1923. Hon. Mr. McDonald. 

Not printed. 

218. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th May, 1923, for a copy of all papers, 

documents, sale specifications, terms and conditions of sale, agreements, official 
reports recommending sale, and all other correspondence relating to the sale of 
about 27 of the smaller ships of the Canadian Government Merchant Marine 
(Limited). Presented June 1, 1923. Mr. Church Not printed. 

219. Return to an Order of the House of the 16th April, 1923, for a return showing the 

earnings and expenditures of the following vessels on the trips set forth below: 
1. Canadian Winner, leaving Vancouver August 8, 1922, for the Orient, returning 
October 12, 1922. 2. Canadian. Inventor, leaving Vancouver September 28, 1922, 
for the Orient, returning November 20, 1922. 3. Canadian Britisher, leaving Van- 
couver, May 13, 1922, for Austraha, returning October 4, 1922. 4. Canadian 
Traveller, leaving Vancouver July 13, 1922, for Australia, returning December 1, 

1922. 5. Canadian Farmer, leaving Vancouver July 18, 1922, for California points, 
returning August 12, 1922; also from Vancouver, August 14, for California points, 
returning September 13, 1922. 6. Canadian Observer, leaving Vancouver July 
7, 1922, for Cahfomia, returning August 23, 1922; also August 8, 1922, for Cali- 
fornia points, returning September 24, 1922. Presented June 1, 1923. Hon. Mr. 
Stevens Not printed. 

220. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 25th April, 

1923, for a copy of all Orders in Council, letters, agreements, telegrams^ and other 
correspondence relating to the sale of the Toronto Suburban Railway or any 
part thereof by the Government of Canada or the Canadian National Railways 
to the Hydro Electric Power Commission of Ontario or the City of Toronto. 
Presented June 1, 1923. Mr. Church Not printed. 

221. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th May, 1923, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, contracts, agreements, letters, telegrams and other documents relating 
to the purchase of property on the northwest corner of King and Yonge streets, 
Toronto, by the Government of Canada or the Canadian National Railways, for 
railway purposes. Presented June 1, 1923. Mr. Church Not printed. 

222. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th May, 1923, for a copy of aU returns 

made to the Minister during the last fiscal year under subsection 2 of section 91 
of the Bank Act. Presented June 5, 1923. Mr. Coote Not printed. 

223. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th April, 1923, for a return showing a 

list of cases where remissions have been granted to persons convicted and fined for 
breach of the Inland Revenue Act in establishing or conducting or being con- 
nected with the establishment or conduct of iUicit stills or illegal stills, and 
showing the names of the persons in respect of whom such remissions were made, 
and the counsels or lawyers acting for such persons in each case; said return 
to cover all cases since the first day of January, 1922, and to show the person or 
persons directly benefiting in each case from such remission. Presented June 5, 
1923. Mr. Ladner Not printed. 

224. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th March, 1923, for a return showing 

a statement of: 1. All annual and supplementary reports of the Departments of 
the public Service which, since the appointment of the Editorial Committee 
(October 4, 1917) to date, have been printed in the English language, and which 
have not, at the time or later, been translated into the French language, or which, 

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Contents of Volume 6 — Continued 

having been translated, have not been printed. 2. All pamphlets and miscel- 
laneous book work which have been printed in the English language, during the 
same period to date, and which have not, at the time or later, been translated 
into the French language, or which, having been translated, have not been printed. 
3. All the orders or rulings issued by either the Editorial Committee or the 
Departments, under which such translation has not been effected, or under which, 
after translation, the printing of the said documents has not taken place. Pre- 
sented June 5, 1923. Mr. Vien Not printed. 

225. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th May, 1923, for a Return showing: 

1. How many Civil Servants employed full time there are in all departments, 
resident in the city of Ottawa. 2. How many Civil Servants employed full time 
there are in all the departments, resident outside the city of Ottawa. Presented 
June 5, 1923. Mr. McQuarrie Not printed. 

226. 226a. Returns to an Order of the House of the 5th March, 1923, for a Return showing 

the number of dismissals of officers or employees of the Government, and all others 
appointed at any time by the Government of Canada (in cases where the position 
vacated, or required to be vacated, has been filled by another, or is intended to be 
filled by another), from the 1st day of January, 1922, until the passing of this 
Order, and showing also the position vacated or requested to be vacated, and the 
names of the persons so dismissed, or whose resignations were so requested and the 
reason in each case for such dismissal or request for resignation, and the name of the 
person now occupying the position thus vacated, also showing, in each case whether 
an investigation into charges made against the person dismissed or requested to 
resign was made, and by whom. Presented June 6 and 8, 1923. Mr. Hanson. 

Not printed. 

227. Copy of a Memorial presented to the Prime Minister of Canada from the Stock- 

holders' Committee containing representations on behalf of the holders of the 
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway four per cent debenture stock. Presented June 6, 
1923 Presented in printed form. 

228. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th May, 1923, for a Return showing all real 

estate properties, with the approximate location and area and brief description of 
each, sold or agreed to be sold by the Canadian National Railway Company or 
its subsidiaries since October 4, 1922, and showing, secondly, all real estate pro- 
perties purchased or agreed to be purchased or in respect of which an offer to 
purchase has been made by the Canadian Niitional Railway Company or any of its 
subsidiaries since said date, and in each case showing the sale price or the purchase 
price, as the case may be, and the names of the purchasers and vendors. Presented 
June 7, 1923. Rt. Hon. Mr. Meighen Not printed. 

228(7. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 11th April, 
1923, for a copy of all Ordrrs in Council passed since January 1, 1922, authorizing 
or ratifying purchases or sales of lands or property either by the Canadian 
Northern Railway Company, or any of its subsidiaries, or by the Canadian National 
Railways, or by the Grand Trunk Railway Company, or any of its subsidiaries. 
Presented June 7, 1923. Mr. Boys Not printed. 

229. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th May, 1923, for a copy of all papers, 

letters, telegrams and other documents, relating to the Margaree River Salmon 
Fisheries Association during the year 1922 and the present year, including in 
particular, all papers, letters, telegrams and other documents relating to the mem- 
bership or ownership of such association, and the distribution of moneys payable 
by the Department of Marine and Fisheries to the said association or the members 
thereof. Pre.?ented June 8, 1923. Mr. Hanson Not printed. 

230. Supplementarv Rtntemrnt showing details of Appropriations for Canadian National 

Railways, 1923-24. Presented June 14, 1923 Not printed. 

231. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th March, 1923, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence exchanged between the Government and any firm or party pertaining to 
the occupancy of Arctic Islands, and northern Quebec, by various expeditions in 
those regions, reports on results of said expeditions; also copy of all contracts, if 
any, entered into between the Government and any firm or party granting 
privileges on said territory. Presented Jime 14, 1923. Mr. Parent.. .A''o« printed. 

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231o. Return to an Order of the House of the [8th June, 1923, for a Return showing: 
1. Whether the Government intend to send an expedition to the Arctic Islands 
during this year. If so, for what purpose. 2. Whether the Government has at its 
disposal, for the said purpose, a vessel by the name of Arctic. 3. Whether the 
said vessel ever made trips into Arctic regions. If so. (a) On what dates, (b) 
Who the members of the crew were, (c) Number of Government departments 
represented on said vessel, and the names of said representatives and their 
respective salaries, (d) Cost of said expeditions, and expenses incurred by each 
department. 4. Whether the Government intend to specially equip one or more 
vessels for the Arctic regions. If so, what amount has been agreed upon for each 
of these vessels. 5. Whether the Department established Mounted Police Posts in 
certain localities of said regions. If so. number of men at present in said loralities 
and their duties. 6. Whether the Government intend to .^end artists to above 
regions to take moving pictures. 7. Whether the Government has any knowledge 
of a murder beina committed in those regions. If so, what measures have been 
taken to bring the supposed murderers to trial. Presented June 21. 1923. Mr. 
Parent Not privted. 

232. 232r7. Returns to an Order of the House of the 9th May. 1923. for copy of all corre- 

."^pondence, telegrams or other communications passing during the summer or fall 
of 1922 between the Dominion Government or any of its ministers or representa- 
tives, and the Dominion Marine Association or any of its agents or representatives, 
or of any other person or persons whatsoever, in any way relating to the abroga- 
tion or suspension of the Dominion Coastal Shipping Regulations, or in any way 
relating to the grain congestion at lake oorts or Montreal, or to the alleged com- 
bine, or the imposition of exorbitant rates by shipping interests engaged in the grain 
trade. Presented June 14 and 21, 1923. Mr. Coote .Not printed. 

233. Copy of Memorial on behalf of the Preference and Common stockholders of the 

Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada, of November 27, 1922. to the Prime 
Minister of Canada, and reply of Canadian Government thereto, covering Report 
of the Canadian Committee which examined for the Canadian Government the 
representations made on behalf of the Grand Trunk shareholders. Presented 
June 15, 1923 Not printed. 

234. Return to an Order of the House of the 23rd April, 1923, for a copy of the Report 

of 1923 of the Montreal Harbour Commission on the construction of the new 
bridge between Montreal and Longueuil, and also a copy of the plans prepared by 
the Harbour Commission for the construction of said bridge. Presented June 2J. 
1923. Mr. Archambault Not printed. 

235. Return to an Order of the House of the 13th June. 1923, for a Return showing: 

I. (a) How many public terminal elevators in Fort William and Port Arthur have 
private terminal elevators which are owned by the same companj^ or practically 
the sarne company, or whose shareholders and executives are interlocked and ass^o- 
ciated in both enterprises; and how many of these said elevators have facilities 
for direct connections for transferring grain from the private elevator to the public; 
(^1 Whether any direct transferring between a public and private elevator has 
ever been done, or reported to have been done: (c) Whether the 
practice is being carried on at the present time. id) By whose authority 
the transferring, if any, was done. (e) Whether the Canada Grain 
Act does not state that a private and a public elevator shall have no physical 
connection. 2. Whether all the grain at a terminal point, as provided by the 
Canada Grain Act. is officially weighed in and out of all elevators. 3. Whether 
all elevators at Fort William and Port Arthur are weighed up annuallv, as provided 
by the Canada Grain Act. If not, why not. 4. Whether the Inspection Depart- 
ment inspects grain and issues cevtificat.es according to section 27 of the Grain 
Act. 5. (a) In the loadins of grain on boats at waterfront elevators sitiiated at 
Port. Arthur and Fort, William, what method of inspection is earned on bv the 
Inspection Department; (h) Whether samples are taken from the belt in the 
tunnels of the elevator, or from the running: stream of grain when it is running 
mto the boat, or whether it is taken both in the tunnel of the elevator and from 
the nmning stream: (c) In the case of a difference between the sample taken af 
the tunnel and the one taken from the running stream into the boat, which sample 
IS considered official. 6. (a) Whether the Inspection Department determines tho 
amount of excess moisture that is oont.ained in tough, damp and wet grain, an.l 
places same on each certificate issued for off-grade grain: (b) Whether the terminal 

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elevator takes out the excess moisture above normal, when drying grain as per 
their tariff; (c) Whether moisture tests arc made before grain is dried in pubhc 
terminal elevators to ascertain what shrinkage or loss will be cha.rged the owner 
of the grain by the elevator performing the drying. If not, how is the shrinkage 
arrived at. (d) Whether the Inspection Department verifies and sees that terminal 
elevators take out all excess moisture over normal on grain they are drying accord- 
ing to their tariff. 7. What authority the Inspection Department demands of a 
terminal elevator as to ownership or authorized agency, before any parcel can be 
loaded out; and wihether inspection is made accordingly to ensure that the quality 
of grain or grain by-products ordered out by the owner or authorized agent is up 
to tliat received by the elevator from the owner. 8. Whether the Inspection 
Department issues and charges a fee for inspecting gi-ain or grain by-product^s 
that do not represent the quality as ordered out by the owner or authorized agent. 
9. If contract wheat contains one to two per cent of small and shrivelled wiheat, 
whether the Inspection Department makes this car a " clean to clean," or whether 
they put one or two per cent dockage, as the case may be, on this car. 10. The 
dharges levied by the Government for inspection and weighing grain in each con- 
secutive year since 1912. 11. Whether grain an-iving at a public terminal elevator 
in the Western Inspection Division, carrying a grade certificate and binned under 
Government supervision, as provided for by the Canada Grain Act, is subject to 
another inspection charge on being loaded out. If so, why the duplicate inspection. 
12. Whether the weighing a.nd inspection charges are based on the actual cost of 
the services rendered, and ihow this is determined. 13. Whether the owner of 
grain, the grade of which is in dispute with the Inspection Department and placed 
for survey, is entitled to a sealed portion of official sample the survey is determined 
on. If so, from whom he obtains same. Presented June 21, 1923. Hon. Mr. 
Stevens Not printed. 

236. Return to an Order of the House of 16th April, 1923, for a copy of all corre- 
.spondence, letters, telegrams and other documents passing between the Right 
. Honourable the Prime Minister, the Honourable Minister of RailwaAJ^ and H. R. 
Grant, of Sydney Mines, Nova Scotia, or other persons, having reference to the 
transportation of liquor, over Canadian National Railways or other Hues under 
the control of the Canadian National Railways, into the Province of Nova Scoria. 
Presented June 21. 1923. Hon. Mr. Stevens Not printed. 

2.37. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th May, 1923, for a copy of all corre- 
spondence, telegrams, reports, memoranda and other documents, passing between 
the Department of Railways and Canals or the Department of Marine and Fisher- 
ies and Me.ssrs. Fennell. Henry and Smith, in regard to the Grain Elevator Syst,em 
from Fort William to Montreal, during the vears 1922 and 1923. Presented June 
25, 1923. Mr. Coote Not printed. 

238. Return to an Order of the House of the 14tih May, 1923, for a return showing all 
orders for equipment placed by the Canadian National Railways since October 4, 

1922, including orders for cars of different kinds, separately stated; for engines of 
different kinds, separately stated, with prices in each case or basis of prices, and 
compari.«on of such prices with last prices at which similar goods were ordered. 
The said return to contain also names of firms and location of factories, with whom 
such orders have been placed, and where same are to be filled. Also showing all 
coiTespondence and requisitions between ofiicers of the companies and any member 
of the Government referring to the necessitv for such orders. Presented Jime 25, 

1923. Rt. Hon. Mr. Meighen ' Not printed. 

2.?9. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th February, 1923, for a copy of all corre- 
spondence, writings, documents, and as well a complete statement of regulations 
and conditions and full arransements entered into between representatives of 
Canada and represontatives of Great Britain in respect of the admission of Cana- 
dian store cattle and Canadian breeding cattle into Great Britain. Presented June 
25, 1923. Rt. Hon. Mr. Meighen Not printed. 

240. Return to an Order of the House of the 15th February, 1923, for a Return showing: 

1. The number of officials of the Department of Agriculture who attended fairs 
during the nine months ended December 31, 1922. and what duties they fulfilled. 

2. The tot.al expense incurred by such oflScials. Presented June 25. 1923. Mr 
Leader " Not printed. 

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241. Report of the Air Board, for the year 1922. Presented June 28, 1923. 

Presented in printed form. 

242. Return to an Order of the House of the 6th June, 1923, for a return showing all 

rases where fines and costs have been in whole or part remitted after conviction 
for violation of the Income War Tax Act of 1917, since January 1, 1922. Such 
return also showing at whose instance or at whose representation, verbal or other- 
wise, such remissions have been made, and also showing in each case when the 
law was or has been complied with by the delinquent. Presented June 28. 1923. 
Mr. Stewart (Leeds) Not printed. 

243. Partial Return to an Order of the House of the 19th February, 1923, for a Return 

.«fhowing: 1. Names of the Government employee.*, temporary or pennanent, 
employed in the city and district of Quebec who have been dismissed between 
October 15, 1911, and December 25, 1921. 2. Names of those dismissed following 
an inquirv-. 3. Names of those dismissed without an inquiry. 4. How many of 
the.=;e employees have been reinstated, and on what dates. Presented June 28, 1923. 
Mr. Cannon Not printed. 

244. Return to an Order of the Hruse of the 11th June. 1923, for a copy of all communi- 

cations passing between W. A. Dryden, of Ontario County, Ontario, and the 
Government of Canada or any member thereof, or any Deputy Minister thereof, 
and also all reports made by either W. A. Drj'den, or Duncan Marshall, to the 
Government or any department thereof. Presented June 28, 1923. Mr. Maybee. 

Not printed. 

245. Partial Return to an Order of the House of the 19th February, 1923. for a Return 

showing: 1. Names of the civil servants employed in the various Government 
departments who are stationed in the city and district of Quebec. 2. On what 
dates they were employed. 3. On whose recommendation each appointment was 
made. 4. The nature of their employment and th'e salary of each. 5. The names 
of those who passed the Civil Service examinations. Presented June 28, 1923, Mr. 
Cannon Not printed, 

246. Return to an Order of the House of the 11th .Tune. 1923. for a Return .showing: 

1. The requirements and procedure regarding liquor (spirits, wine and beer) ex- 
ported from Canada (a) when drawback is allowed; (b) when liquor is duty paid. 

2. A statement by years for the last ten years giving (a) the quantity of liquor 
manufactured in Canada: (h) the quantity of liquor imported into Canada; (c) 
the quantity of liquor exported from Canada (1) with drawback, (2) duty paid; 
(d) the quantity of liquor entered for consumption in Canada; (e) the grofs 
revenue collected, customs and excise: (0 the gross amount rebated, customs and 
excise. Presented June 28, 1923. Mr. Good . ." Not printed. 

247. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated March 8, 1923, showing: 1. Was any fish 

trawler which was not registered in Canada allowed in 1922 to land fish at any 
maritime province port without payment of ru.=tom« dutv on its catch. 2. (n) 
From what trawler or trawlers was fish so landed, (h) What was the respective 
value of each cargo so landed, (c) At what port or ports were such cargoes landed. 
(d) On what date respectively was each cargo landed. 3. Under what (n) pro- 
vision of the customs law of Canada or (b) other authority was any such cargo of 
fish allowed to be so landed. 4. Is it the nolicy of the Government of Canada to 
allow fish trawlers not registered in Canada and not manned by Canadian fisher- 
men to land their catches at Canadian ports without payment of cu.?toms dutv. 
Presented .Tune 28, 1923. Hon. Mr. Tanner ." Not printed. 

248. Return to an Order of the Hcuse of the 6th June, 1923, for a copy of all correspon- 

dence, letters, telegrams, reports and other documents, relating to the closing of the 
Soldiers' Comforts Branch at Toronto on June 20th next, of the Department of 
Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment. Presented June 29, 1923. Mr. ■ Church. 

Not printed. 

249. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 11th June, 

1923, for a copy of all letters, reports, agreements, telegrams. Orders in Council, 
and other correspondence, exchanged between the Government of Canada and the 
Government of the United States in reference to the International Deep Waterways 
Report, and a proposed agreement for the St. Lawrence Ship Channel, since the 
last session of Parliament, 1922. Presented June 29, 1923. Mr. Church. 

Not printed. 
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250. Return to an Address to His Excellency the Governor General of the 28th May, 

1923, for a copy of all correspondence, letters, telegrams. Orders in Council and 
other documents, regarding the sale of a parcel of land, under Order in Council 
No. 811, dated April 26, 1922, to the Alberta Drainage Company, Edmonton, 
Alberta, containing by admeasurement 12,800 acres more or less. Presented June 
29, 1923. Mr. Kellner Not printed. 

251. Return to an Order of the House of May 7, 1923, for a Return showing: 1. The total 

number of employees, both permanent and temporary, of the Dominion Govern- 
ment as of thirty-first of March last, (a) in the inside service, and (6) in the 
outside service. 2. The total cost to the Dominion for the last fiscal year in 
salaries and allowances of, (a) the inside service, and (b) the outside service. 
Presented June 29, 1923. Mr. Hanson Mot printed. 

252. Partial Return to an Order of the House of the 5th March, 1923, for a Return show- 

ing the various technical and professional officials appointed to the Civil Service 
of Canada during the years from September, 1911, to December, 1922, both years 
inclusive, with a statement showing the salaries of each official, the qualification 
of each official and the method employed by the Civil Service Commission to 
select each said technical and professional official; also a detailed statement naming 
the examiners in each case and the office to which the party selected was appointed. 
Presented June 29, 1923. Mr. Martell Not printed. 

253. Return to an Order of the House of the 13th June, 1923, for a copy of all corres- 

pondence, telegrams, papers, writings and documents of any kind, passing between 
any member or Department of the Government and the Canadian National Rail- 
ways or Canadian Mercantile Marine managers or directors or officers, since 
January 1, 1922, relating in any way to the vessels of the Canadian Mercantile 
Marine, their use or suitabihty, or making in any way recommendations as to sale 
or other disposition of said vessels. Presented June 29, 1923. Sir Henry Drayton. 

Not printed. 

254. Return to an Order of the House of the Gth June, 1923, for a Return showing: 1. 

By what method or in accordance with what principle the insurance business, 
arising out of the transactions of the Soldiers' Settlement Board at Edmonton is 
distributed. 2. To what persons, firms or companies, acting as agents for in.sur- 
ance companies and resident in Edmonton, this insurance business was given in — 
(a) year 1921, and (6) year 1922, and the premiums paid to each of such persons, 
firms or companies. 3. To what persons, firms or companies, acting as agents 
for insurance companies, and resident in Edmonton, this insurance business was 
given from January 1, 1923, until the present time, and the premiums paid to each 
of such persons, firms or companies. 4. Whether any of the persons above 
mentioned have had no service overseas in the late war. If so, who. 5. Whether 
it is the policy or the intention of the Government to give any of the insurance 
business, arising out of the transactions of the Soldiers' Settlement Board at 
Edmonton, to persons who did not serve overseas in the late war. 6. Whether 
It IS the policy or the intention of the Government to distribute the business of 
insurance, arising out of the transactions of the Soldiers' Settlement Board at 
Edmonton, to a list of selected persons. If so, the names of these persons 
Presented June 30, 1923. Mr. Boys Not printed. 



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REPORT 



OF THE 



SUPERINTENDENT OF PENITENTIARIES 



FOR THE 



FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31 

1922 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF PARLIAMENT 




OTTAWA 

F. A. ACLAND 

PRINTr.n TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY 

1923 



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To General His Excellency the Bight Honourable Lord Byng of Yimy, Q.C.B., 
Q.C.M.G., M.Y.O., Governor General and Commander-in-Chief of the Dominion 
of Canada. 

May it Please Your Excellency: 

I have the honour to lay before Your Excellency the Annual Eeport of the 
Superintendent of Penitentiaries for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1922, made by 
him in pursuance of the provisions of section 19 of the Penitentiary Act. 

] have the honour to be, sir. 

Your Excellency's Most Obedient Servant, 

LOMER GOUIN, 

Minister of Justice. 



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CONTENTS 

Page. 

Superintendent's Keport 5 

Appendix A — Dominion Parole Officer's Report 20 

« B— Wardens' Reports 21 

" C — Expenditure Statement 35 

« D— List of Officers 39 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 20 



A. 1923 



REPORT 



OF THE 



SUPERINTENDENT OF PENITENTIARIES 



FOR THE 



FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1922 



To the Hon. Six Lomer Gouin, K.C.M.G., K.C., 
Minister of Justice. 

Honourable Sir, — I have the honour to submit reports and statistics regarding 
the administration of penitentiaries for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1922. 

The number of inmates in custody at the close of the fiscal year was 2,640, as 
compared with 2,150 at the hegiuning of the year. The average daily population 
was 2,417. 

The following isMe shows the movement of population at the several peni- 
tentiaries : — 



In custody April 1, 1921. 



Rccei ved 



From jails 

By transfer 

By forfeiture of parole. . . 
By revocation of license. 
From military' courts. . . 



Discharged 



By expiry of sentence 

By parole 

By deportation 

By death 

By pardon 

By transfer (to other penitentiary) . 

By transfer to reformatories 

By order of court 

By return to province 

By escape (from Provincial Asylum). 

Remaining March 31, 1922 



732 



395 



130 
113 
25 
4 
1 
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3 
2 



855 






555 



358 
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100 

104 

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687 



330 



260 



42 

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435 



193 



102 



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224 



146 



112 






194 



125 



197 242 



2,150 



1,352 
7 
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365 

400 

69 

15 



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2,640 



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Cases treated 

in 

dispensary 


Cases treated 

in 

hospital 


Per 

capita 

cost- 






7,622 
5,976 
3,877 
1,766 
1,176 
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377 
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NATIONALITY (Place of Bibth) 
British — 

Canada 1,605 

Ehigland and WaJies 182 

Ireland 36 

Scotland 59 

Other British countries 29 

Foreign — 

United States 246 

Austria-Hungary 109 

Russia 108 

Italy 89 

Roumania 28 

China 20 

France 9 

Norway and Sweden 14 

Other foreign countries 106 



DURATION OP SENTENCE 

Two years 685 

Over two and under three years 52 

Three and under four 610 

Four and under five 179 

Five and under ci-ht 637 

Eight and under ten 30 

Ten and under twelve 121 

Twelve and under fifteen 57 

Fifteen and under twenty 60 

Twenty and under twenty-five 32 

Twenty-five and over 27 

Life 150 

AGE 

Under 20 years 

20-30 years 

30-40 years 

40-50 years 

50-60 years 

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729 



2,640 



2,640 



371 
1,242 
581 
290 
123 
33 



2,640 



SOCIAL HABITS 

Abstainers 651 

Tempeirate 1,401 

Intemperate 588 



2,640 



Cnnii CONDITION 

Single 1,750 

Married 790 

Widowed 100 



2,640 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



RACIAL. 



13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 



White 2.489 

Coloured 83 

Indian (native) 23 

Indian (half-breed) 15 

Mongolian 30 



CREEDS 
Christian — 

Roman Catholic '. 1.294 

Anglican 435 

Methodist 241 

Baptist 137 

Presbyterian 285 

Lutheran 50 

Greek Catholic 85 

Other Christian creeds 49 

Non-Christian — 

Buddhist 10 

Hebrew 41 

Other non-Christian creeds 13 



2,640 



2,576 



64 



2,640 



EXPENDITURE, 1921-22 



Gross 
expenditure 



Revenue 



Net 
expenditure 



Kingston 

St. Vincent de Paul 

Dorchester 

Manitoba 

British Columbia. . 
Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

Totals 



$ cts, 
420, 147 04 
424,642 19 
298,24.3 00 
163,592 81 
115,824 65 
228,837 77 



3,900 96 



1,655,188 42 



$ cts. 
78,245 13 
11,933 59 
19,025 44 
20,644 28 
5,604 82 
7,375 53 



7,540 33 



150,369 12 



$ CtE. 

341,901 91 
412,708 60 
279,217 56 
142,948 53 
110,219 83 
221,462 24 



1,508,458 67 
3,639 37 



1,504,819 30 



COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF NET EXPENDITURE 



1919-20 



1920-21 



1921-22 



Kingston 

St. Vincent de Paul 

Dorchester 

Manitoba 

British Columbia 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

Totals 

Average daily population 



$ cts. 

283,636 96 
229,171 61 
156,950 94 
84,560 62 
82,822 96 
88,135 87 



104,460 64 



$ 



cts. 



378,011 34 
303,219 34 
215, 173 33 
128,070 91 
134,339 27 
249,557 84 



49,609 09 



1,029,739 60 



1,457,981 12 



1,832 



2,058 



? cts. 

.341,901 91 
412,708 60 
279,217 56 
142,948 53 
110,219 83 
221,462 24 



1,508,458 37 
3,639 67 



1,504,819 30 



2,417 



REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF PENITENTIARIES 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 20 

PER CAPITA STATEMENT 





o 

5 


.i£ 

a; 


m 



C 


Si 

S 
'S 


1 

P3 




Staff 


$ cts. 

245 12 
95 69 

6 96 
70 40 
67 93 
21 73 

6 65 


$ cts. 

292 01 

105 9: 

2 43 

189 52 

U 17 

79 96 

2 23 


$ cts. 

289 77 

91 66 

3 63 

86 81 

29 69 

199 65 

2 22 


S cts. 

397 32 
97 08 

2 69 
94 09 
49 70 
65 98 

6 22 


$ cts. 

415 07 

106 11 

2 57 

38 42 

18 19 

57 95 

5 94 


$ cts. 
391 65 


Maintenance of convicts 


112 54 
2 61 


Working expenses m. . .n{,\ 


111 81 

72 82 




373 27 


Miscellaneous 


2 79 








96 60 


19 76 


Al 92 


95 35 


30 98 


35 29 







ACTUAL. COST 

Supplies on hand April 1, 1921 $ 348,107 35 

Net expenditure. 1921-22 1,504,819 30 

— $1,852,926 65 

DEDUCT 

Supplies on hand March 31, 1922 $ 412,930 29 

Estimated value of labour on production of 

capital and revenue 75,000 00 

$ 487,930 29 

Net cost $1,364,996 36 

Cost per capita 564 75 

Cost per capita per diem 155 



COMPARATIVE SUMMARY 



Gros.s expenditure : . 

Net expenditure ''. . . 

Actual cost 

Cost per capita 

Cost per capita per diem 

Average daily population 



1920 



$ cts, 

1,173,073 00 

1,029,739 00 

1,067,959 00 

.582 95 

1 60 



1,832 



1921 



S cts, 

1,620,690 00 

1,457,981 00 

1,503,372 00 

730 50 

2 00 



2,058 



1922 



S cts. 

1,655,188 00 

1,504,819 00 

1,364.996 00 

564 75 

1 55 



2,417 



As -will be seen by the above " Comparative Summary," the cost per capita per 
diem, which for the year 1920-21 amoimted to $2, has for the year 1921-22 been 
reduced to $1,55. This is largely on account of the reduction in the cost of nearly 
all commodities used. 

Cost per capita per diem covers every expenditure made in connection with the 
penitentiaries, including purchase of lands, erection and repairing of buildings, 
heating, lighting and water system, as well as the care and maintenance of the 
inmates, and salaries and uniforms of the officers. 

The actual cost of feeding the inmates per diem for the last year was llh cents. 

Owing to the increase of the prison population in the eastern penitentiaries, 
considerable difficulty has been experienced and large additional exx)ense entailed 
in providing them with proper accommodation, care and treatment. 



10 DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

Emergency expenditure to tlie amount of $37,000 was found necessary to cover 
cost of temporary cells, repairing damage by storms, and replacing boundary wall at 
St. Vincent de Paul penitentiary, a portion of wbicb, having been damaged by frost, 
fell down. 

The building programme at all of the penitentiaries has been prosecuted vigor- 
ously during the year. 

At British Colum.bia the new cell dome has been completed and a portion of the 
extension of the boundary wall built. 

At Saskatchewan the new east wing and hospital have been practically completed; 
the administration wing is now rapidly nearing completion; a very beautiful cell 
dome 75 feet square is under construction and. the isolated cell building has been 
begun. 

At Manitoba a new cell block to house 208 inmates, equipped with up-to-date 
cells and all sanitary appliances, has been started, the walls being already up and a 
new transformer station and storehouse with shoe shop overhead has been erected. 

At Kingston the new boiler-house, electric light department, pii>e shop, etc., with 
a 120-foot reinforced concrete chimney is under way, as is the remodelling of the 
laundry, power-house and changing room. The old boiler-house, which for many 
years has been a menace to the safety of the prison and where supervision was most 
difficult, will be remodelled and turned into workshops. 

At St. Vincent de Paul the new northeast wing is nearing completion and work 
on the south wing reconstruction commenced. A building for store accommodation 
has been begun and a transformer house erected. A filtration plant to clarify, 
purify and chlorinate water pumped from the river for use of the villagers, is 
being erected. 

At Dorchester the beautiful new cell block capable of accommodating 260 
inmates has been finished; a new water works dam and several other necessary and 
imxKDrtant works completed. New cement sidewalks have been laid and a new stone 
wall surrounding the warden's residence erected. 

At the iSt. Vincent de Paul and Kingston penitentiaries the hydro-electric is 
being installed to furnish light and power. It is estimated an annual saving "of 
$40,000 will result by the introduction of the hydro in these two institutions. 

Although a tremendous building programme has 'been carried on for the past 
year and much larger expenditures made in connection with construction than hereto- 
fore, the per capita cost of the penitentiaries is less than it has been for several 
years. 

Conditions at all of the penitentiaries have been greatly improved: — 

The introduction of carefully selected, qualified, certificated school teachers, 
has been productive of wonderful good; « 

The enjoyment of privileges afforded by the increased and improved libraries 
has done much to advance the morale of the inmates; 

The abandonment of the checked and striped clothing and the substitution of 
plain blue for winter and plain brown for summer wear; 

The granting of the tobacco ration; 

The added writing and visiting privileges ; 

The greater variety of food and change in the diet ; 

The improved cooking and serving of meals; 

The introduction of concerts and moving-picture shows; 

The holding of religious missions; 

The non-clipping of hair during winter months; 

The improvement in the discharge outfits ; 

The abandonment of the idea of handling all men by "rule of thiunb", and 
substitution therefor of the personal study of each inmate and treatment of 
him. as his temperament and disposition would warrant; 



REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF PENITENTIARIES 11 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 20 

The improvement in prison liospitals; 

The additional work secured for the inmates ; 

The introduction of, de'r^tal surgeries properly equipped, and treatment of 

defective teeth ; . . 
The endeavours now put forth by penitentiary officers to secure employment for 

inmates on discharge ; 

all have combined to not only wonderfully improve the condition of the inmates, 
but have had the effect of convincing them that those in charge of penitentiaries 
have their interests at heart. 

The retirement of Mr J. C. Brown, warden of British Columbia penitentiary, on 
September 30, 1921, is greatly regretted by all in the service who knew him. Though 
77 years of age, he remained in active control of the institution until the date he 
severed his connection with same. He possessed exceptional attainments, was of 
high moral character, an excellent judge of men and stood very high in the esti- 
mation of the people of the province he so faithfully and honourably served before 
coming into the penitentiary service fourteen years ago. 

The vacancy caused by Warden Brown's retirement was filled by the promotion 
of the deputy warden, Mr. W. A. Patchell, who has been thirty-two years in the 
penitentiary service. The position of deputy warden, vacated by Mr. Patchell, was 
filled by the promotion of the chief keeper, Mr. George W. Trollope, and the chief 
keeper's position, vacated by Mr. Trollope, was filled by the promotion of Mr. Patrick 
Devine, the next senior officer on the discipline staff. 

On May 23, 1921, Col. Eene de la Bruere Girouard, a veteran of the Great War, 
an engineer by profession with many years of experience with the Canadian Pacific 
Eailway and Eiordan companies, and a member of one of Quebec's most illustrious 
families, was appointed by the Civil Service Commission to the vacant wardenship at 
St. Vincent de Paul penitentiary. 

During the year the inspectors have been most assiduous and attentive in the per- 
formance of their duties and have continually furnished reports as to the conditions of 
the various penitentiaries. The auditor's reports have been most gratifying and a very 
decided improvement in the accounting of the various penitentiaries has resulted. 

A great many inmates sentenced to penitentiary in the past few years have been 
guilty of crimes of violence. In one penitentiary a short time ago, seven less than half 
of the inmates were incarcerated for one of the following three offences: murder, man- 
slaughter or robbery with violence. 

Many of the inmates coming to the institutions are found to be in a most unsatis- 
iactory condition. Numbers of them suffer from various diseases and vermin. 
Although they are presumed to be innocent until proven guilty, they are in many 
respects worse treated while awaiting trial than after their removal to a penitentiary. 
One educated inmate lately wrote on coming to a penitentiary : " In the meantime I 
am glad of the change of environment. After the sordid and vitiating atmosphere of 
those jails — this huge prison is a soothing and comforting haven of refuge — and I am 
speaking from a hard and cruel experience and good standards of comparison. Verb, 
sap." In this connection a former inspector of Canadian penitentiaries once wi'ote: 
" Society has found, by terrible experience, that her jail or prison system has too often 
turned out to be the largest factor, and the most successful machine, in the fabrication 
of the evil it was seeking to destroy." 

I am glad to report a very considerable reduction in the number of reports recorded 
against inmates for misconduct. At one institution only 131 reports were entered 
against the inmates during the entire year. This is about one report for every three 
days, and I submit it is a wonderful record. 

The above resulted through an honest endeavour to study, understand and intel- 
ligently manage the inmates. 



12 • DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

The more punishment inflicted on inmates in a prison the stronger the probability 
that the place is badly managed. 

1^0 real progress can ever be made in the treatment of inmates until the differences 
between one inmate and another are taken into account. 

!Nothing much can be brought out of a man but what is in him. However, we are 
learning that there visually is a great deal in the inmate which has not been brought 
out. Many of them possess amazing peculiarities. We find it of interest and import- 
ance to compare the peculiarities of the inmates, but consider it of much greater 
importance and a subject for deeper study to ascertain how they acquired these 
peculiarities. 

Our aim is to make confinement in the penitentiaries produce the maximum of 
good, with the minimum of evil; a system that will be both deterrent and reforma- 
tory, both merciful and strict. 

Usually men are not wicked because they prefer bad to good, but because they 
have at some time come under the influence of evil associates and companions whicli 
has appealed to something in them. 

We find offenders do evil simply because they have never known good. This is 
particularly so of many young men who have been sent to penitentiary during the 
past few years, most of whom have long criminal records before being received and 
before reaching the age of sixteen years. The great majority of them confess to lack 
of proper home influences or training, nights spent at dance halls, jazz parties, pool 
rooms, joy-riding parties in stolen motor-cars, and to have robbed in order that they 
might have sufficient money to enable them to participate in all of the above, which 
they invariably term " pleasure ". On reception they are found to be insolent, defiant, 
suspicious and to have no respect for law or order, rule or regulation. 

"Wardens have considerable difficulty with this class of inmate for a time, but ] 
am pleased to say wonderful succ^ess has resulted in the handling, training and refor- 
mation of many of them. They now leave the institution with a fair education, a 
good trade and a vastly different viewpoint of their responsibilities. Tt is gratifying 
to know that few of them are returning to penitentiary. 

We have learned that the best method by which an inmate may be reformed is by 
the sympathetic guidance, encouragement and assistance of good. God-fearing officers, 
who by their daily example and guidance will continually influence an inmate for good. 
" The object lesson is the best teacher," and there is no place where this applies with 
greater force than in a penitentiary. 

Most of the wardens and deputy wardens now in charge of Canadian penitentiaries 
are true, clean men, judges of human nature, trained in the service, who take an 
intense and kindly interest in their wards and whose every action in dealing with 
them is just and merciful. 

A wonderful change has taken place in most of the penitentiaries, as is exempli- 
fied by the feeling of confidence with which the inmates now regard their wardens. 

The work of most of the chaplains during the past year has been all that could 
be desired and the character of the active, zealous chaplain is exemplified to a very 
wonderful degree in the conduct and bearing of his followers. One faithful and 
devout chaplain said to me: "I find the greatest doctrine to preach to fallen men is 
that the lost are recoverable, that the most fallen may rise and that there is no height 
of purity, power or felicity in this world to which the most guilty of them may not 
through penitence attain." 

The request of former years for more work for the inmates is again renewed. 
From 1918 to 1921 the cash revenue of the penitentiaries increased from $63,000 to 
$162,000, and the latter amount may easily be increased tenfold if we be given suffi- 
cient Government work to employ those inmates for whom no other suitable occupa- 
tion can at present be found. 



REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF PENITENTIARIES 13 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 20 

Farming operations under an extensive scale are being carried on at nearly all of 
the penitentiaries and many of the inmates are taught agriculture in its various 
branches. These farms produce large quantities of grain, hay, roots, vegetables and 
pork, -while in Dorchester and Manitoba penitentiaries cattle-raising has been intro- 
duced with excellent results. But agricultural pursuits can only be prosecuted for a 
period of from six to seven months in Canada and other work should be provided 
e^ufficient to keep every inmate actively employed. 

ly IS USEJ.ESS TO TRY TO REFORM AX IDLE MAN 

With sufficient government worik to keep the inmates continually employed the 
burden of supporting the penitentiaries would be removed and wages could be paid 
to inmates as well, thus enabling those with dependents to send money thus earned to 
needy ones at home while the head or wage-earner of the family is incarcerated. 

The following is a list of provisions grown on Prince Albert, Sask., penitentiary 
farm last year : — 

Oats 14,728 bushels Potatoes 7,530 bushels 

Barley 2,203 " Turnips 950 

Wheal 589 " Carrots, red 800 

Peas and oats 201 " Carrots, white 70 

Hay, wild 106 loads Beets 650 " 

Hay, cultivated 175 " Parsnips 200 " 

Green feed 8 " Mangles 70 

Cabbages 4,000 heads Onions 60 " 

Green vegetalbles such as radish, lettuce and onions, were furnished the steward 
during the entire summer and the prison steward was supplied with all the pork used 
throughout the year. 

The penitentiary hospitals are supplied with all up-to-date necessary appliances 
for operating, sterilizing, etc., and at each penitentiary a dental surgery has been 
outfitted where the dental needs of the inmates are attended to. A very considerable 
expenditure is now made each year in this connection and both physical and mental 
conditions of inmates improved thereby. 

Many of the inmates when received suffer from venereal disease. A determined 
effort has been put forth to effectually cure these cases. Blood examination and 
Wasserman tests are now made and no efforts are spared to make the cure permanent. 

The appointment of capable, certificated, active school teachers has been a boon 
to the institutions and a great blessing to the inmates. Wonderful advancement has 
been made by the inmates in their studies and an earnest effort is put forth by the 
great majority of them to improve themselves. Many who could neither read nor 
write on reception, leave the institutions with a fair education as well as a useful trade. 
Inmates who display special talent are aided and asisisted in every possible way. Some 
who possess special talents, but were not aware of it, are discovered, and their talents 
developed with most gratifying results. 

The schoolmaster at each institution is also the librarian and part of the duties 
of this officer is to advise and assist the inmates in the selection of what they should 
read. Several hundred new volumes have been added to the libraries and all books 
and magazines are now carefully selected by the library boards, which, in each case, 
consist of the warden, two chaplains, and the schoolmaster. 

The following recommendations, some of which were made in former reports, are 
submitted: — 

The erection of institutions for the segregation of tlie first offender and young 
men from the old hardened criminal and recidivist, is desirable and necessary. The 
erection of such an institution was begun in 1895, but afterward abandoned. The 
opening of such an institution has continually been recommended by all those engaged 
in the management of penitentiaries. The overcrowded conditions at St. Vincent de 
Paul and Kingston now make it imperative that something must be done. 



14 DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

The removal of the female prison from within the male prison enclosure is also 
an escential. The building iii' which the females are housed could be profitably used 
for other purposes. This has been recommended many times by the superintendent. 

The opening of a mental disease hospital for the feeble-minded and insane 
inmates is also a necessity. At the present time those mentally diseased are trans- 
ferred to some of the mental disease hospitals under the control of the provinces. 
Great difficulty is experienced in prevailing upon some of the provincial governments 
to receive these unfortunates, and not infrequently they are retained in the penitentiary 
for long periods before being removed. In some eases very troublesome patients are 
returned to the penitentiary, although pronounced by Dominion Government alienists 
as hopelessly insane. It would appear that the closing of the insane ward operated 
in connection with the penitentiaries until 1915 was a serious mistake. There should 
be a properly constructed and operated mental disease hos'pital provided as speedily as 
passible for these unfortunates. 

Advanced methods of agriculture should be taught in all penitentiaries. 

It is recommended that those who have been educated in the handling of criminals 
and the management of penitentiaries be invested with power to administer the affairs 
of same. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police are recognized, the world over, as a 
very excellent and efficient force, their success and efficiency having been accomplished 
and made possible by the method of administration employed, viz. : individual control 
with authority to administer the affairs and discipline the force without interference. 
They are a semi-military body as are the officers of the penitentiaries. 

The training of all discipline officers before being permitted to assume responsible 
duty is again suggested. The duties of these officers are partly military and partly 
police, and should be largely reformatory. That they be thoroughly trained before 
being placed in charge of inmates is recommended as an outstanding essential. 

"Wardens and surgeons of i>enitentiaries should be afforded every opportunity of 
visiting other penitentiaries, prison congress, etc., and of studying methods of admin- 
istration other than their own. 

More government work should be provided to enable us to pay the inmates a fair 
wage and make the iDenitentiaries self-sustaining. 

There should be a Canadian Prison Congress meeting annually to discuss the 
methods of dealing with the criminal in Canada. 

There should be a parole officer employed in each prison area, whose duties 
would be to become fully acquainted with every inmate in the institution; to mako 
a full and exhaustive inquiry into each case, not only of the man himself, but of the 
penitentiary and court records regarding him and more particularly of his record, 
habits, associations, environment and life in general in the community in which 
he lived, thus arriving as nearly as possible at the reason for his downfall. It would 
also be the duty of these officers to get fully into touch with the employers of labour 
in the districts and seek out situations suitable for those to be paroled. They should 
also visit as often as possible all paroled men and receive reports from employers 
regarding them and use their every endeavour to encourage them. These paroled 
men should remain under the control of the penitentiaries and the Dominion Parole 
Officer should have authority to cancel any parole and return the man to the peni- 
tentiary on receipt of an adverse report from the area parole officer, after investiga- 
tion. 

There should also be a parole board at each penitentiary, consisting of the 
warden, surgeon, school-teacher, chaplains and the area parole officer for that prison 
area. 

They should report to the Dominion Parole Officer. The case should then be 
further considered by the Superintendent of Penitentiaries and the Dominion Parole 
Officer; and their report, accompanied by the report of the trial judge and such other 
reports as the Solicitor General might require, forwarded for decision. 



REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF PENITENTIARIES 15 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 20 

This would mean the separation of the paroling of penitentiary inmates from 
those of the provinces. 

In this way, only officers who come into actual contact with the inmates would 
be permitted to sit on the boards and few mistakes would be made in the releasing 
of men on parole, as all reports would be prepared by those possessing first-hand 
knowledge of the men. 

The parole officer for the area should arrange employment for them prior to 
their parole and assist them in every way possible. One of the needs of our system 
is some more effective method of aiding the inmates on their discharge. Men find 
it difficult to obtain employment and this frequently leads to their resorting to crime. 
On discharge from the penitentiary they find it much more difficult on account of 
the stigma of having been in prison. 

All men granted parole should report to the warden of the penitentiary from 
which they had been paroled. They should not be placed under the control of the 
police. 

A first offender, unless his crime be of a very serious nature, should, after a 
short period of incarceration, be released on parole. The parole officer should 
arrange for employment with proper environment for him on the outside. He should 
be placed in charge of the area parole officer, made to work and live a clean, decent 
life. If mai-ried, he should be made to support his family. In any case the country 
is relieved of the burden of his support. Every endeavour should be put forth by 
the area parole officer to learn fully all about him and ascertain the cause or causes 
of his having committed the crime for which he had been arrested, and no effort 
spared to reclaim him. A study of the old hardened criminal may be interesting 
pathology, but it is the study of, and interest in, the first offender that will produce 
results and prevent increase of the really criminal class. 

Should the efforts of the area parole officer fail to reclaim him and he again 
resorts to crime while under control, his license should be at once revoked and he 
returned to the penitentiary to serve out the unexpired portion of his sentence. 
Parole should never be granted to a repeater. 

For the past three years missions have been held at St.- Vincent de Paul Peni- 
tentiary during the Lenten season with wonderful results, and in the year just closed 
at Manitoba and Dorchester penitentiaries also. At these missions the chaplains 
have been assisted by talented clergymen. The results have been very far reaching, 
surpassing even our fondest hopes and expectations. The clergymen who assisted 
at these missions gave their services gratis; needless to say they were appreciated 
by both officers and inmates. The following are the reports received from the warden 
of the Manitoba penitentiary regarding the mission held at that institution: — 

The warden reports: — 

" Enclosed please find report of the Protestant chaplain on the above, and 
also copies of letters from the Rev. Dr. Aikins, who took charge of the 
Protestant mission, and Father Handley, who conducted the mission for the 
Catholics. 

" "When I first suggested the mission to the chaplains I advised them that 
it would be well to choose missionaries of the calm, convincing type, rather 
than those who would appeal to the emotions only. 

" As the mission approached, I sensed, among the men, a somewhat 
antagonistic feeling towards the same. I therefore addressed them at the 
close of a moving-picture show, held on the 23rd ult., and explained the pro- 
gramme with a view to creating a more cordial atmosphere towards the mis- 
sion. I believe this address produced the results intended. 

" The Protestant chaplain's report will give a list of the meetings. In 
addition to those enumerated on the 28th and 31st, the Protestant voluntary 

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16 DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

services were held, at which practically all the Protestants attended. Both 
services were noteworthy for their heartiness, and a suggestion made by Mrs. 
Cooper, who acted as pianist at the voluntary meetings, that the men name 
their favourite hymns, met with many responses. 

" I identified myself as much as possible with both missions, affording 
the missionaries every facility. 

"At the close of the voluntary communion service on the 2nd inst., I 
again addressed the men, reminding them that when I first took charge of 
the institution I told them 'it is up \o you,' and advised them that that 
axiom still applied, that the only people who could wash out any stigma 
attached to the name ' Stony Mountain ' were the inmates themselves during 
and after their sentences. A cordial reference to the missionaries met with 
hearty approval from the men and the assembly closed with the singing of 
the Doxology. 

"The mission has proved to be a great success in many ways; to the men 
it has brought saticfaction of their iireatest need, namely, assurance of hope for 
the future, provided they started afresh and in earnest. When I paid my 
evening visits to the prison I fouud many men praying in their cells. While 
no emotional appeal was made I believe that a number are determined to live 
a Christian life, and still others ai*e trying to commence a better life. The tone 
of the institution has been raised; the number of those seeking material benefits 
has been much lower than one would anticipate. 

"The mission also produced a good effect upon the ofiicers, the compli- 
mentary remarks of the visitors to the institution created a feeling of pride in 
the penitentiary and its work, while many clearly realized for the first time 
the end to which our efiorts are directed. I am sure the majority of the oificers 
did all possible by their sympathetic attitude to make the mission beneficial. 

" Upon the missioners themselves, there was a marked effect. Father 
Handley's report will speak for itcelf. The visiting Protestant clergymen 
expressed themselves as amazed at the cordial response to their endeavours. 

" In the outside world much was accomplished by the mission which helped 
to dissipate the erroneous opinions held by the public, due to the press articles 
from ex-inmates. All the missioners expressed themselves in most compli- 
mentary terms upon the management of the penitentiary. The Reverend G. A. 
Dixon, pastor of the Crescent Congregational church, and a prominent social 
worker, remained for the afternoon in order to investigate the conditions more 
thoroughly. Ap a result, on the evening of the 2nd inst., he preached to a 
large congregation, eulogizing the penitentiary and paralleling the conduct of 
the institution to the theme of Harold Beg'bie's 'Twice Born Men'. 

" Father Handley, an American by birth, has preached in many of the penal 
institutions in the United States, from Fort Leavenworth down to small county 
jails. This fact emphasizes the weight of his report. The other mission to 
which he has reference was also heJd in a Canadian penitentiary. 

" I have been invited to address meetings in Winnii>eg to explain the 
methods in use at this institution: for this T will seek your i>ermi9sion from 
time to time. 

" The Winnipeg Presbytery as a result of the mission have offered to 
co-operate with me in finding employment for inmates upon their release, if 
recommended by me. This will prove a much needed alternative to the 
Salvation Army, whose resources are usually greatly strained, although their 
willingness is beyond question. 

" Some of the missioners are eager to keep in touch with the inmates by 
correspondence, and I have granted this permission. 

" I feel that a great step forward has been taken, some of the impressions 
left upon the inmates cannot but be permanent, and in the future we may ri^ly 



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ui>on a larger measure of sympathetic co-operation from the puhlic than ha> 
been the case in the past. I hope the day will soon come when the Canadian 
puhhe will realize that the adulation of foreign penal systems is. at times, 
misplaced, and that your policy is evoh-ing a type of institution which ade- 
quately meets the conditions of our Canadian character. 

'•Our thanks are due to the missioners, particularly Rev. Dr. Aikine and 
Father Handley. The former left a large institutional church for the week and 
threw himself into the mission with the whole weight of his large heart. Father 
Handley was a revelation. He chose a different subject each day and hi., 
addressee were delivered with convincing logic, backed by the fervour inspired 
by Daviue belief. In ix-rsonality I found him to be the most humble and 
smcere of men, and among those who are the better for having met him i^ 
the warden himself." 

Rev. Dr. Aikins reports: — 

" In compliance with your request I liereby send you a brief resume of the 
recent mission held among the Prot^tants in 'Stony Mountain i>enitentiary^ 
Viewed from the standpoint of a preacher of the gospel the visible results were 
beyond any other mission that I have ever held. The deep interest mani- 
fested .by the men, their penitence for wrong-doing and their sincere determina- 
tion to seek Divine help in leading a new life were to me a gratifying revela- 
tion of tlie fact that -the Saviour of :^[ankind is now as He was in the davs of 
His flesh, 'The Friend of Sinners'. 

"Judging by the interviews that I conducted the great majority of the 
men were sincere in what they did when seeking evidence of a real change. I 
received such replies as the following: • I am a changed man because I am con- 
tented and happy.' 'If staying here will atone for the past I am willing to 
stay.' 'I feel in my heart that my sins are forgiven.' 'I have failed many 
times but I am going to make one more big try.' ' I have quit swearing and 
cigarette smoking.' 'I am not concerned so much about myself as thos.e 
dependent on me on the outside.' 

" As you know, I ]>reached the gospel of loving-kindness and tender mercy. 
Xo one stands outride the compassion of the Saviour and their hearts opened 
out ill response, as the flowers to the sunlight. They are not monsters of 
iniquity but men with strong natures who somehow missed God and got on 
the wrong path. The same ground that grows rank weeds can grow good'^wheat 
and I believe they will become good men. 

" To have 88 men receive the Sacrament out of a possible 123 was surely 
an indication that Divine favour rested on the effort. Of course the circum"^- 
stances were favourahle owing to the fact that the chaplain had prepared the 
ground and that you did all that any man in your position could do to make 
the mission a success. Personally, I am thankful for the expei'ience; it was 
the greatest week in my life." 

Rev. Father Handley report- : — 

" Permit me to thank you for the inspiration and stimulation of the mission 
in Manitoba penitentiary, just drawing to a close. It has been one of the most 
delightful exi>eriences of my whole life. I wistfully regret its ending. 

' During my three years as a newspaiierman and my twenty-three years as 
a mission preacher in the Congregation of St. Paul, I have had many oppor- 
tunities to study prison conditions. This is the first prison mission I ever 
gave and only the second I ever heard of having been given on this continent. 

"I congratulate you and your superior, whose sympathetic vision made 
the experiment possible. It has been a wonderful success Every participant 
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doing his top-best in the prevailing atmosphere of cheerful good-will which 
has shone throughout our effort, hails this mission as the harbinger of better 
times for us all. 

" Among the prisons I have visited, your institution is a bright, particular 
star. It is so sunny, clean and orderly, so simple, frugal, wholesome, 
so correct in its snappy military observance, so varied and interesting in its 
vocations, so quietly and smoothly efficient in its operation, that I have not 
once been able to feel I was in a prison; all the old, dismal associations of 
the word are wanting. I ha^-e caught myself referring to it by the slip of the 
tongue, as the university. Again I have marvelled at the parallel between a 
properly conducted prison and a monastery. This I have impressed on the 
men in my talks, begging them to behave themselves as good monks, labouring 
cheerfully and utilizing their leisure to think of God and thank Him for 
quiet, peace and plenty, secluded from worldly care and temptation, in which 
they may cultivate those spiritual qualities which alone make men free. 

" The heartiness of their response to this appeal has been most gratifying. 
Surely many of them will persevere. Surely society will one day acknowledge 
its great debt to this prison for returning these men to civil life well grounded 
in the best and sturdiest qualities of good citizenship. 

" Ninety per cent of the Catholics in prison approached the Sacraments, 
most of them three times during the week. This is far above the average of 
parish missions. Many had not been reconciled to God since childhood. 
Surely the Redeemer who died for them will richly bless all who made possible 
those consoling results. May He ever bless and prosper you."' 

The Protestant chaplain reports: — 

" I herewith present the report of our mission held in this institution 
March 26 to April 2, 1922. 

" On January 8 last you made the suggestion that the two chaplains 
arrange a date for conducting a week's mission. We at once set to work to 
perfect an organization. In this we believe we were Divinely guided, as results 
prove. 

" We first secured Rev. Dr. J. E. Aikins, of Young Methodist Church, to 
act as our evangelist for the series. His board kindly released him for two Sun- 
days, March 26 and April 2, and intervening week that he might take up this 
work. 

" As we have many different denominations represented in the prison, we 
decided to try and interest as many as possible by inviting a representative 
from each to be with us on certain days and co-operate in the mission. With 
this object in view we arranged the following schedule: Monday — Rev. W. A. 
MacLean, of St. Giles Presbyterian Church. Tuesday — Rev. W. E. Mathews, 
of Broadway Baptist Church. Wednesday — Rev. W. J. Soiitham, of Holy 
Trinity Anglican Church. Thursday — Rev. Geo. Laughton, of Central Con- 
gregational Church. Friday — Rev. E. F. Church, of Fort Rouge Methodist 
Church. Saturday — Col. MacLean and Capt. Allen, of the Salvation Army. 
This schedule prevailed throughout the week save in the case of Rev. Geo. 
Laughton, who, owing to illness, was unable to come, but sent a splendid 
supply in the person of Rev. Geo. Dickson, Crescent Congregational Church. 
To each of these ministers we are deeply indebted, not alone for their help 
in the work, but for the splendid spirit of co-operation and encouragement 
that each one brought to us from day to day. There was the most sincere 
brotherhood manifested throughout. 

" In securing Dr. Aikins as evangelist, we are sure it was more than good 
fortune. It was Divine guidance. Though the pastor of one of Winnipeg's 



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largest churches, he unhesitatingly answered us when we asked him to under- 
take the work. 1 will surely go if the Lord wants me to go. I must pray over 
this matter. I will let you know in a few days.' He freely gave his full time 
to us for the eight days of <mv mission. He gave his all to the work; the 
riches of his well-stored mind; the wealth of his deep affections and intense 
sympathies, as well as the ardour of his great nature. In deep reverence we 
say 'God bless Dr. Aikins,' and in saying it, we believe we are expressing the 
mind of all the men who have been influenced in these meetings. 

" Of the meetings themselves we must say that from the very start they 
were a success. This was due in large measure to Dr. Aikins' splendid 
judgment in his approach to the men. It was totally devoid of all censorious- 
ness on the one hand and any condescending or patronizing spirit on the other. 
He won their respect and confidence from the start. This is equally true of all 
the ministers who took part. How completely the esteem of the men was 
exemplified in the Tuesday a.m. meeting, when a voluntary service was held 
and one hundred and two desired to be present, and this does not include the 
fireman, kitchen men and bakers who wanted to be present, but thoir duties 
kept them away. Throughout the week the meetings grew in interest and 
power. All the meetings were calm, quiet and dignified. No means were 
used to snatch a verdict, or even to commit the men save the workings of the 
Holy Spirit in the hearts of the men. 

" On Friday night I made a personal canvass of the prison to know what 
inen would like to partake of the Sacrament on Sunday. After careful explana- 
tion and instruction, I found there were eighty-nine who so desired. Many 
of them said 'I would like to, but do you think I am good enough?' I 
invariably answered, 'I cannot be your judge.' 'It is for you to settle 
between yourself and God.' I would then repeat the conditions of partaking— 
' Ye who do truly repent of your sins, and intend to lead a new life following 
the commands of God and walking from henceforth in His Holy Way, draw 
near and take this Holy Sacrament to your comfort and make your humble 
confession to Almighty God.' I said if you will enter into that covenant with 
God we will not deny you the Sacrament. ' That is what I am trying to do,' 
or 'That is just what I want to do,' was almost the invariable reply. That 
sacramental service was truly a time of heart searching— a time we will all long 
remember. 

" When Dr. Aikins' official board heard we were going to hold Sacrament 
on Sunday, they very kindly loaned their beautiful silver individual 
communion service for the occasion, and also sent along their treasurer, Mr. 
Dingle, to assist. This act, with their kindness in releasing Dr. Aikins for 
the mission and sending their baritone soloist on both Sundays has done much 
to cure the men, who thought they had a grouch against all churches. 

"In conclusion let me thank you for that suggestion on January 8 and 
for your hearty co-operation throughout the entire mission. It would not 
have been at all necessary to have blocked us to have killed all effort. All you 
would have needed to do would be to have sat back and perhaps carelessly let 
your foot touch the brake, and nothing could have been accomplished. You 
put your influence and personality into it, and because we were all united good 
has resulted. 

" We thank you for your help and influence, and hope this will not be the 
last mission in this institution." 

Arrangements have been made for the holding of similar missions in all the 
penitentiaries during the next Lenten season. 
Respectfully submitted. 

W. S. HUGHES, 

Superintendent. 
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APPENDIX A— DOMINION PAROLE OFFICER'S REPORT 



7?. B. Creighton, Acting Parole Officer, reports: 

Having taken over temporarily the duties of the Dominion Parole Officer since 
the sudden and much regretted death of the late Judge W. P. Archibald on January 
17 last, it devolves upon me to submit the annual report of the parole system. 

In the death of Judge Archibald the department has lost an efficient officer, and 
the inmates of our penal institutions a friend -whose practical assistance and kindly 
advice were always at their service. His long experience, kindly disposition and 
sympathy with the unfortunate class of the community with whom he had to deal 
peculiarly fitted him to perform, the important duties devolving upon him. 

There were liberated on parole 405 inmates from the Dominion penitentiaries and 
498 from the various jails and reformatories, making a total of 903. As compared 
with the previous year the releases from the penitentiaries show an increase of 30 
and those from the jails and reformatories a decrease of 10. 

The tabulated statement is as follows: — 

TABULATED STATEMENT FOR YEAR ENDED MARCH 31. 1922 



Prisoners released on parole 




Revocations 


Forfeitures 


Total loss 


Dorchester 

St. Vincent de Paul 

Kingston 


...100 
...104 
. . 116 
31 
. . 30 
. . 24 

... 405 

... 498 


per cent 

8 or 8-0 
10 or 9-6 
10 or 8-6 
4 or 12-9 
3 or 10 00 
1 or 416 


per cent 

5 or 5 
3 or 2-8 
5 or 4-31 


per cent 

13 or 13 00 

13 or 12-5 

15 or 12-9 

4 or 12-9 


Saskatchewan 




3 or 1000 


British Columbia 




1 or 416 


Total, penitentiaries 

Jails, reformatories, industrial farms, etc 


36 or 8-8 
6 or 1-2 


13 or 3-20 
8 or 1-6 


49 or 12-09 
14 or 2-8 


Grand total 


. .. 903 


42 or 4-6 


21 or 2-32 


63 or 6-9 



Of the 903 persons released, 42, or 4.6 per cent, had their licenses revoked for 
non-compliance with the conditions of parole, and 21, or 2 . 32 -per cent, forfeited their 
licenses as a result of subsequent conviction 

The following are the figures submitted by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police 
covering the period between 1899 and March 31, 1922 : — 

Released on parole from penitentiaries 6,674 

Released on parole from jails and reformatories 7,741 

14,415 

liicenses revoked 511 

Licenses forfeited 324 

Sentences completed on parole 12,892 

Sentences not yet completed 688 

14,415 

A reference to the above table shows that between the periods mentioned, 12,892 
j)ersons out of 14,415 liberated, have observed the conditions of release and completed 
their sentences. Wlien 688 who are still rei>orting are added to this number and a 
deduction from the total releases is made it shows the gratifying result that only 835, 
or 5 . 7 per cent, failed to observe the conditions of parole and had their licenses either 
forfeited or revoked. Xo further commentary is necessary to show that the parole 
system is producing highly satisfactory results and that its success is fully established. 



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APPENDIX B— WARDEN'S REPORT 

KIXGSTOX 

•/. C. Ponsford. ^Yal•den, reports: 

The inmate population has increased 123, made up as follows: — 

Males Females Total 

Remaining: at midnight. March 31, 1921 707 25 7.32 

Remaining at midnight, March 31, 1922 831 24 S55 

The male population increased 124:, and the females decreased by one. 
The number of inmates received during the year was: — 

Males. 391 ; females. 12 ; total, 403. 

The discharges during the year were as follows : — 

Males Females Total 

Expiration of sentence 124 6 130 

Pardon 1 • • 1 

Parole . . . . : 107 6 113 

Deportation 24 1 25 

Death 4 . . 4 

Returned to provincial authorities 2 . . 2 

Transferred to reformatory 1 . . 1 

By Order of the court 3 . . 3 

Transferred to other penitentiary 1 . . 1 

267 13 280 

Inmates received during year 403 

Xet increase 123 

There are at the present time 14 inmates confined in the different asylums of the 
province, 9 of whom are serving a life sentence. 

Of the 855 inmates confined, 733 are under 40 years of age. 

You will note by the statistics that there were no escapes during the year just 
closed, which reflects much credit on the surveillance of the disciplinarian staff'. 

The sanitary condition of the i)enitentiary and the general health of the inmates 
have been good, with the exception of a number of cases of enteric fever in the early 
part of this year The source of infection was traced to the drinking of the lake water. 
The disease was of a mild type and all cases made good recoveries. The well water 
has been examined regularly during the year and has invariably been reported pure, 
while reports on the water obtained from the lake have been to the effect that it was 
contaminated with colon bacilli. The danger from this source of drinking water has 
l)een overcome by the installation of an efficient chlorinization plant, which should 
eliminate any danger of enteric fever in the future, even though the inmates do not 
confine themselves to the drinking of the well water. The lake water is now made 
reasonably safe and there should be no further danger from that source. 

With the addition of all modern instruments and equipment, the hospital has 
been placed in a very high state of efficiency, wherein there can be performed the most 
serious operations. During the year, such major operations were performed as the 
removal of a tubercular kidney, and the amputation of a leg, as well as a number of 
minor operations. The sterilizing room is in first class condition and in keeping with 
the rest of the hospital. 

Venereal diseases are given special attention by the surgeon and in all eases of 
syiihilis, he is assisted by Professor Austin, of Queen's University, who has charge of 
the Provincial Pree Clinic for Veneral Diseases at Kingston. 

A Wasserman test is made of all newcomers, in addition to their being vaccinated. 



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I regret to report the deatli of four inmates during the year: — - 
Inmate G-407, Barre's death M'as due to malignant tumor. 
Inmate G-600, Ward died from pulmonary tuberculosis. 

These two died within the walls of the prison. The other two- - 
F-202, G. Vanstone, and 
F-346. J. Jessamine, 
died in provincial hospitals for the treatment of insane patients. 

As might be expected, there were a number of minor accidents. 

Excellent progress was made in all lines of building construction and a large 
amount of repair work was done during the year. Before we could commence the 
construction of the new power-house, dynamo room and laundry, the old gas house 
huilding had to be taken down, the debris removed and a large amount of deep and 
difficult excavation work done to get a foundation for the building as the ground was 
tilled in on what was formerly lake front. This necessitated extra precaution for the 
footings of the building. The basement walls, 12 feet high, were built of concrete 
to the grade line, and an average of 5 or 6 feet of the stone wall completed before the 
work was shut down for the winter. 

The foundation for our new smokestack was a difficult proposition, owing to the 
fact that we had to go below the water level to the solid rock to get a foundation 
suitahle for carrying a 120-foot smokestack, and necessitated the building of a coffer- 
dam and the use of a pump, which delayed progress to quite an extent. However, the 
foundation, which is of concrete, was built to the grade line, at which point we Avere 
forced to discontinue further work owing to weather conditions. 

The excavation for the large coal vault, which had been commenced the previous 
3'ear, was completed, and the concrete walls, columns and beams, were all constructed, 
and the forms set for the roof before work was discontinued 

The old stone bastion or tower-house at the northeast corner of the prison 
enclosure was taken down and the boundary walls raised four feet on both sides, 
extending 40 or 50 feet each way from the tower, and a new umbrella type tower-house 
built and cement coping put on portion of the boundary wall raised. This completes 
the construction of the new tower-houses, which are a great improvement on the old 
ones, not only from a point of usefulness, but they also add very materially to the 
appearance, and give the officers doing duty a full range of vision over practically 
the entire north end of the yard. 

The work of reconstructing the dome galleries was commenced and the two 
first gallery floors, which are of cement, have been poured. The construction of these 
galleries necessitated a very much larger amount of work than would be visible after 
the floors and galleries had been completed. 

In the placing of the iron brackets for the new galleries, 421 lineal feet of li-inch 
holes had to be drilled in the stone walls for the bolts to fasten the brackets to the 
wall. 

Both of stone balustrade walls on the entrance steps from King street to the 
warden's residence had to be taken down and rebuilt. These walls were each about 
65 feet long,- and four feet high and a number of the steps had to be reset. 

The painting of the new ^orth wing was completed during the year, and the 
old boundary wall at the south end of the prison was taken down and the debris 
removed. 

Two hundred and seventy-five reinforced cement fence posts were made during 
the winter for use on the farm. 

During the winter, 1,600 feet of 'fi-inch concrete conduit tile were made, which 
will be used in laying the hydro system cable from Union street to the transformer 
house and the main trunk line through the prison yard. 

Owing to the lack of cell accommodation, four ranges of the double-sized cells 
in the Prison of Isolation building were divided by wooden partitions, which neces- 
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The blacksmith shop was advantageously employed during the year in making 
barriers, beds, and locking bar apparatus for Dorchester, St. Vincent de Paul and 
Prince Albert penitentiaries, as well as keeping pace with our own work and repairs. 

A large quantity of work has been done on the mail bag department, where about 
100 inmates were employed during most of the year. 91,575 mail bags were repaired, 
76,935 new ones were made. For the manufacturing of 76,935 bags in 1921-22, we 
received $14,238.50 — as against the manufacturing of 72,835 during the year 1919-20 
— foil the making of which we only received $7,627.63, or a difference in favour of 
the 1922 business of $6,610.87. 

There have been shipped from this repair shop during the year to the different 
mail bag repositories, 95,985 repaired bags and 92,227 new bags. 

Besides the work for the Post Office Department, a commencement was made 
with work for the Topographical Surveys, Parks Branch, and Geodetic Survey, all 
of which work proved profitable and gave the best of satisfaction to the new depart- 
ment. 

The total receipts for the mail bag department are given at $39,569.71, on which 
a small profit was made. 

I would be very glad if it were possible to obtain larger ordfers from the Post 
Ofilce Department and Parks Branch, as we are organized and equipped to handle 
double the amount of work which has been done for these departments during the 
year just closed. 

The tailor shop has been well and profitably employed. During the fiscal year 
just closed, there were 431 pieces of uniforms made, 43 pieces of custom work done, 
and 6,455 articles of clothing made for the inmates, and 733 articles of inmates' 
discharge clothing, 369 discharge shirts made for other penitentiaries, as well as 508 
suits, shirts, and pants made for the Department of Indian Affairs, triennial clothing, 
and 12 uniforms for the D.S.C.E. ^larine and Fisheries, .300 suits overalls. Depart- 
ment of Interior, Geodetic Survey, 192 provision bags. Parks Branch, 2O0 .uits 
overalls. Ail of the work done for other Government departments was entirely 
satisfactory, and left a small profit for the benefit of the penitentiary. 

The shoe shop was also well and profitably employed during the year. Work was 
done in this department as follows: — 

Pairs 

Custom shoes made 80 

repaired 1,837| 

Contract shoes made 223 

Contract belts 150 

Post Office Department leggings 500 

Uniform shoes 243 

Uniform shoes, repaired 190 

Night slippers made 6 

Night slippers, repaired 70 

Bandoliers for tower men 6 

Change room, slippers required 2,444J 

New slippers made 641 

Cobourgs made 477 

Leather mitts made 703* 

Harness made and repaired. 

For discharge, there were 224| pairs boots made. 

For female prison, 50 pairs of new shoes and 101 pairs repaired. 

The change room was one of the busiest departments in all of the penitentiary, 
as it is there that every inmate must go for his change of clothes whenever required, 
and it is there that he gets his clean clothes once a week before gioing to the shower 
baths. New articles of clothing, including socks to the number of 7,862 pieces, were 
made and 36,380 articles were repaired, as well as 42,309 tags which had to be put 
on the various articles of inmates' wearing apparel. 

There were also 518,577 articles of clothing and bedding laundried during the 
year. 

There were 36,380 articles of wearing apparel and cell equipment repaired. 



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The carpenter shop, the tin and paint, printing department and shop in which 
brooms are made, have all been well and profitably employed, and the stonecutters 
have been 'v-ery busy cutting stone for the different building's under the course of 
construction. 

The steward's department has supplied good and wholesome food to the inmates 
with a varied diet. A number of imijrovements have been made here, and all of the 
interior has been renovated, which makes a rather inviting appearance. 

The engineers' department has been very busy during the latter part of the fiscal 
year making preparations for the installation of hydro power to the institution, and 
when the hydro has been fully installed, it will be a great saving on coal. 

Several of the main water and steam lines of pipe had to be taken up and 
replaced, owing to their having become unserviceable through erosion and other 
causes. These were relaid with new pipe and covered with asbestos lining and zinc 
covering, and where the opportunity offered, they were inclosed in wooden or cement 
conduits. This condition also applied to several of the electrical lines, including the 
internal telephone system which had to be almost entirely relaid through fauky con- 
struction when first installed, owing to not having been properly grounded from 
lightning, and nearly all of the wiring in the different shops, which had formerly 
been installed by the open system, has been taken down and placed in conduits, which' 
is a very much safer and sane method of installing the wire and has made a splendid 
improvement to all of the shops. 

The heating syst-em in the Prison of Isolation was all remodelled and has made 

a great improvement in the even distribution of the heat along the different galleries. 

Drinking water lines were laid from the well in the yard to the asylum building, 

tailor shop, and shoe shop, and a new line laid to the boiler in the kitchen which heats 

the water for drinking purposes of the inmates who prefer hot water to tea. 

Telephones were installed in the tower on the boundary wall at the southwest 
and southeast corners, and connected with the yard shanty and the deputy warden's 
office. This adds to the security of the prison. 

The wiring was all changed in the Roman Catholic and Protestant chapels and 
school-room, which has made a splendid improvement in all three quarters. In fact, 
the engineers' department has had a very busy year, and the staff there had to be 
increased to keep pace with the improvements that were necessary and the large 
amount of repairs from natural wear and tear. 

The female ward was thoroughly renovated, and a number of improvements made 
to the living quarters of the matrons. Shower baths were installed and other improve- 
ments made to the inmates' quarters. There was also a washing machine put in the 
laundry, which greatly facilitates the getting out of washing for the hospital, which 
is done by the females. 

All inmates in this department were employed in making light articles of wearing 
apparel for the male inmates and discharge shirts for the other penitentiaries, as well 
as their own clothing. 

The spiritual welfare of the inmates was well and carefully looked after and 
administered to by the Roman Catholic and Protestant chaplains, both of whom were 
very much interested in their work, and I am sure they are doing much for the moral 
uplift of the inmates. They are both very attentive to the sick, and endeavour to 
interview each inmate before he is liberated either on parole or expiration of sentence. 
Both of the chaplains have been permitted to have assistance from their confreres 
during special services and feast days, which was very beneficial to all concerned, 
and of great assistance to the chaplains in the discharge of their spiritual duties. 

Colonel Otway, of the Salvation Army, accompanied by his staff and band, were 
permitted to hold a song service twice on different Sunday afternoons during the 
year. These services were greatly enjoyed, and I believe were beneficial to all of 
the inmates who attended. I endeavoured to arrange for such a service once a month, 
but have not been entirely successful, although Adjutant Condie has promised to put 
one on whenever it is at all possible to do so. 



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The superintendent has granted permission to hold a week's missionary service 
in the penitentiary during the Easter season, 1923. This mission, the chaplains and 
myself are looking forward to, with a great deal of anticipation of the good results 
that will come from the same. There will be special music, and all arrangements 
will he made at the proper time for the successful issue of the mission. 

One of the best moves that has ever been made in the penitentiary s/ervice for 
the moral uplift and benefit of every inmate was the appointing of a certificated 
school-teacher, who also has charge of the library. Our teacher took over his duties 
on July 4, 1921, and has very energetically and successfully managed the school and 
given individual instruction and assistance to the inmates in their cells between 6.30 
and 8.30 every evening, which has shown very marked results. The inmates have 
become quite interested in their work and for the most part spend their evenings in 
study under the tuition of the teacher, who visits as many of them' every eveniug as 
is possible for him to do. 

The teacher is having splendid success in the library by advising the great 
majority of the inmates to read only the better class of books and those of an educa- 
tional character. There have been added to the library during the year some 500 
volumes of the very best books by standard authors, and there have also been added 
twenty weekly and monthly magazines of which we are taking monthly more than 100, 
and I feel sure that during the coming year, the librarian and school-teacher will be 
found in even greater demand amongst the inmates. 

During the period between Cln-istmas and Xew Year's, a splendid entertainment 
was put on by the Y.M.C.A., which was very highly appreciated by all uf the inmates 
who enjoyed it in the fullest degree. Other entertainments nave been provided by 
the inmates themselves on every holiday during the year by permitting quartettes to 
sing in the corridors of the various cell blocks. 

In my recommendations last year, I drew attention to the congested condition 
existing here, and recomnKended the building of a new prison for that purpose. Since 
my last report, the prison population lias increased 123, making a total of 855 inmates, 
which is altogether too large a number to be confined in one penitentiary. I would 
therefore again repeat the recommendation, and ask that the construction of a new 
penitentiary be proceeded with at as early a date as it is convenient to do so. I am of 
the oinnion that no penitentiary should contaiii more than 500 prisoners. 

I wish to again recommend that the female ward be removed from here to some 
suitable distance and placed under an entirely separate management from that of the 
male penitentiary. 

I am of the opinion that it would be in the best interest of the service to have 
the wardens of the different penitentiaries meet the superintendent and inspectors at 
least once a year for the purpose of discussing all matters pertaining to the best 
interest and management of the i)cnitentiaries. 

I wish to express my gratitude to the superintendent and inspectors for their 
assistance and courtesies rendered during the year, and I also wish to tender my 
thanks to all of the officers on my staff for their loyal and hearty support, which I 
very much appreciate. 

I enclose herewith reports from : — - 

Surgeon, W. G. Anglin. 

Chief Trade Instructor E J. Burns. 

Chief Trade Instructor Jas. Tweddell. 

Engineer T. Nixon. 

Matron M. G. Draper. 

Rev. Father McDonald. 

Rev. Archdeacon Dobbs. 

School Teacher and Librarian Crossley. 

Xominal Roll of Permanent Officers on staff. 



26 DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL 

R. de la Bruere Girouard, Warden, reporU : 

My first annual report in connection with the adlminisitration of St. Vincent de 
Pauil penitentiary also dnclu'd'es the following: — 

1. Statistical report. 

2. Surgeon's report. 

3. Chief Industrial Officer's report. 

4. Farmers report. 

5. Librarian and School-teachers report. 

From the Statistical report it will be noted that on March 31. 192tl, the popula- 
tion of this institution was 555 and tha.t at the close of the year we had a papulation 
of 687, making an increase of 132. During this i>eriod we had one e3cax>e on October 
30 last, but the inmate was recaptured on Odtober 31 and returned to this institution 
on November 1, 1921. 

There were six deatihs during the year. 

Since taking over the administration of the institution on May 23, 1921, I have 
had tihe filing system introduced on an up-to-date basis. 

The hospital and sanitary conditions generally have been visibly improved. Many 
useful articles have been received', which have assisted in putting the hospital in the 
condition it now is, a modem and model department in every respect. 

The treatment and possible elimination of venereal diseases was gone into thor- 
oughly and a good working system established, blood tests of every suspected case 
being sent to Montreal for examination and report. 

Drinking water has been repeatedly examined and that supplied by our artesian 
well has been found to be free from taint and of high quality. 

An operating' room has 'been furnished and our first operation, the removal of a 
tumor, was an extremely successful one. 

A dental clinic was opened and completely furnished with all modern appliances 
and the services of a qualified dentist secured for this department. A great improve- 
ment in the dental 'condition of the irumates has been noted. 

Five cases of insanity developed amongst the prison population during the fiscal 
year, the s^irgeonl's report in each case being confirmed by the provincial alienist. 

It is iregretted ith'at arrangements cannot be made for the immediate removal 
to mental disease hospitals of the unfortunates who are pronounced insane by the 
prison sui-geon. Repeated efforts were made during the past year to have cases trans- 
ferred to local provincial asylums, without success. I would respectfully recommend 
that a mental disease hosipital, for the care ajid treatment of those going insane while 
serving a term in the penitentiary, be erected. It is not humane to keep the unfor- 
tunates confined in the penitentiaries where proper care and treaitment cannot be 
given them. 

It will be noted that the cost for medical attention is slightly higher than any 
previous years, due to the extra medical care and dental treatment bestowed on the 
inmates. 

Dealing with our indxistries and construction, I am happy to report that con- 
siderable success has attended our efforts. 

The ennployment of the present chief industrial officer was a move in the right 
direction. The construction work imder his guidance is now handled in an efficient 
manner, directed by technical skill and education. 

The new Northeast wing, construction of which was recommenced in May, 1921, 
is nearing completion. Conco-et^ was poured throughout the entire winter in this 
huilding. It is hoped that it will be ready to accommodate over two hundred inmates 
by the end of December, 1922. 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 20 

A study of the steam syst^'in in use in the institution coniviniced me that hydro- 
eleotric "would be not only preferaible. hut icheaper. The steajm plant ihas, therefore, 
been largely removed and the Kydiro -electric introduced. I am glad to say that my 
original estimate that a saving of $20,000 per year will be exceeded is being borne 
out; in fact, durinjg the first month that the new current was used the lighting alone 
showed a saving close on $1,200. The engineer and his staff are deserving of a great 
deal of credit for the way the new installation was handled. 

Eighteen new model cells have been constructed in the hospital building for the 
isolation of inmates. 

Eighty-five temporary wooden cells were built in vacant shop building and thirty- 
sis other temporary cells were added in the cell blocks of the main dormitories to 
accommodate tJie increased population. 

Eleven of the lai-ge douJble cells in the North wing were partitioned into twenty- 
two standard cells, each five feet wide. 

The building of a power line extending from Messrs. Laurin & Leitoh's quarry 
into the prison was completed and a transformer house of cut stone. 36 by 10 by 12 
feet, was built, this during the coldest winter months. 

A large carriage house, 40 by 30 by 12 feet, with drain pits and concrete floor, 
also an oil storage house of masonry, 38 by 14 by 11 feet, were built outside the prison 
walls. 

The fra.me storage building for lumber;, 112 by 20 by 12 feet, was blown down in 
O'ctober last by a storm. This has been completely rebuilt. 

Owing to faulty construction and action of frost, three hundred and ten lineal 
feet of boujndary wall was torn down and had to he rebuilt. 

The light railway track to quarry wa^ relaid with ties and ballas.ted' througOiout, 
and 6,450 lineal feet of 56-pound steel rails laid. 

The old Case tractor which was no longer considered useful on the farm, was 
remodelled, and is proving highly sruccessful' &s a locomotive to haul our materials 
from the quarry, thus doinjg the work formerly performed by two horses. 

The wai'den's quarters were tlioroughly renovated and decorated inside. Six of 
the officers' houses were painted and renovated. The lower portion of the administra- 
tion buildin'g was renovated. 

Shortly after I assumed control of the institution, it was decided to construct an 
Officers' Clulb House outside the prison walls. Tliis was started in December, 1921. 
The funds for the erection of this building were subscribed by the officers. A beautiful 
large airy club room, 50 by 24 feet, with a verandah on three sides, for the exclusive 
iLse of penitentiary officers in the evening and leisure hours has now 'been com- 
pleted. This was a badly needed accommodation as there is practically no distraction 
or amusement of a local nature in this village. It is confidently expected tfhat this 
Club House will develop and strengthen the esprit de corps of our staff through the 
encouragetnent of games principally of an outdoor mature. 

New machinery is badly needed for the machine shop and a considerable saving 
would result if such machinery were installed. This department is capably man- 
aged by a temporary machinist instructor. 

The book bindery is turnin'g out very ihigh-class work and the inmates in this 
department have been actively employed during the whole year to considerable advan- 
tage. 

The carpentry department also requires new machinery. Besides the necessary 
work in connection with building, etc., in the institution, twelve filing cabinets and 
forty pack saddles were turned out for Government departments. 

The masonry department, which employs from' seventy to ninety inmateo, is 
doing excellent work. The men on discharge who have mastered this trade axe seldom 
without employment outside and command at times as high as $1 an hour fox their 
services. 



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- . The output of the quarry has increased. The new iiistruct-or has ah-eady opened 
same, taking the stone from a different angle and working with the seams. Stone of 
very superior quality is taken from a greater depth than formerly. 

The tailor and shoe shops have also shown considerable improvement and are 
turning out large quantities of excellent work. 

The tinsmith shop has also been doing good work throughout the year, and with 
the num'ber of inmates receiving instruction in this work, we should, in the future, 
be in a position to take up a large amount of work required by the Government in 
other departments. 

In summing up the results obtained by the industrial officers, I wish to say that I 
am extremely satisfied watli the progress made dtu-ing the past year, and wish to tender 
my thanks to the chief trade instructor and his assistants for their untiring efforts in 
this connection. 

It is to be regretted, however, that niore Government work which can be done 
by the inmates of the penitentiaries, who are the wards of the Government, is not 
furnished. I am confident the institution could be made self-sustaining were a wage 
paid to the inmates as well. 

The farm under the administration of the new farm instructor, who is a gradu- 
ate of MacDonald College, is showing good results. The jiiggery returns have been 
increased very largely, in fact about $2,400 in the last six months. I anticipate a 
very large increase of the amount of products grown on the iirison farm. 

The school and library are in excellent condition and wonderful results are being 
obtained through the efforts of the schoolmaster and librarian. The statistics con- 
tained in his report will fully bear out this statement. 

The steward's department, though handicapped by poor kitchen arrangements, 
has attained all that could be exi>ected. Food of a very good quality has been well 
served. A greater variety in the dietary has been introduced. I feel the steward has 
handled his department wonderfully well. 

RECOMMEXDATIOXS 

In my opinicTn segregation of youthful and first offenders from the hardened 
criminal is absolutely essential, and the more experience I gain, the more I am 
convinced that the superintendent's recommendations for the construction of a new 
Ijenitentiary to be set aside for this class of inmate is not only desirable but imperative, 
particularly in the case of St. Vincent de Paul penitentiary, where the congested 
condition occasioned by our large and increasing population demands and requires 
that a definite limit of say 500 inmates be not exceeded in this institution. As it is 
now, our population is 687. 

If reformation rather than the punishment of the criminal is the end the authori- 
ties have in view, then the only solution for the problem is, as has been suggested 
above, and on many occasions by the superintendent and inspectors. I mjake this my 
strongest recommendation, being absolutely convinced that segregation of youthful 
and first offenders is not only necessary but absolutely essential. 

A close second to my first recommendation is the amendment of the Criminal 
Code to em]X)wer a judge to give an indeterminate sentence. Who can say whether 
a stated sentence with definite limit^j will punish or establish a cure? There is no 
question but that the authorities who are more intelligently capable of deciding this 
are the penitentiary officials themselves. A man knowing that his release and liberty 
depend on his conduct and industry, and above all, the assurance he can give the 
officials that he will lead a better life when released, is a powerful incentive towards 
the reformation of that inmate. A criminal, like an athlete, can in a sense be over- 
trained as well as over punished, resulting in his going stale, and the effect that is 
calculated on by a definite sentence is often lost. It is seldom, if ever, one meets 
two natures in the criminal world of even mental calibre, and therefore the treatment 
accorded to one will not necessarily have the desired effect if accorded t^^ the other. 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 20 

I would also recommend that certain Government departments be approached 
witli a view to giving preference to penitentiaries to fulfil their conti'act work, and 
that the penitentiaries be supplied with the necessary machinery and materials to 
meet these contracts in an efficient and capable manner. It has been clearly 
demonstrated by many other penitentiaries that an institution of this sort can no: 
only be put on a self-supporting basis but actually made to pay a revenue to the State 
instead of being a burden to the public through taxation. This would enable the 
authorities to pay an inmate a small wage, thus helping his dependent family, or in 
the case of a single man, leaving him a nest-egg for his re-^stablishmeut in civil life, 
instead of practically throwing him helpless on the comanunity, thereby possibly 
forcing him to fall back into the criminal ranks. It would be a powerful incentive 
for an inmate to reform. 

I would also recommend that a district parole officer be appointed in each district 
in conformity with the superintendent's recommendation in his 1921 report, to operate 
with the warden, chaplains, and school-teacher of each penitentiary for the purpose 
of determining what inmates are qualified for parole; also that wardens and senior 
officials of penitentiaries be afforded every opportunity of visiting other penitentiaries, 
to study other methods of administration. 

Following the precedent established three year.s ago by this institution, with the 
kind support of the authorities at headquarters, missions in both the Catholic and 
Protestant chapels were held this year with excellent results. I strongly recommend 
that these missions be given every encouragement and held annually There is no 
doubt but that they are productive of great good. 

With the kindness of the Brothers of Laval College, the Montreal Tramways 
Company, the Prisoners' Welfare Association, and the Salvation Army, concerts have 
been given to the inmates, which have been much appreciated and have done a gi'eat 
deal to improve the morale of the community. 

I wish to thank the members of my staff who have on the whole given me hearty 
and loyal support, and in particular to thank the Superintendent and the Inspectors, 
for the kindness, courtesy, and interest they have always shown towards myself, 
interest which is appreciated in every sense of the word. 



DORCHESTEE 

Wm. Meighen, Warden, reports: 

I beg to sulbmit herewith the annual report for the fiscal year ended Mareh 31, 
1922, together witih the following reports : — 

(1) Statistical report. 

(2) Farm report. 

(3) Surgeon's report. 

(4) Librarian's report. 

(5) School-teacher's report. 

(6) Matron's report. 

(7) Eoman Catholic Chaplain's report. 

(8) Protestant Chaplain's report. 

(9) Chief Trade Instructor's report. 

At the closing of the prison, Mardh 31, 1922, there were in custody 435 inmates. 
We received during the year 262 and discharged 157, as follows: Expiry of sentence, 
42; parole, 100; deported, 11; deaths, 3 (one inmate died in Insane Asylum on trans- 
fer) ; transferred to Boy's Industrial Home, St. John, KB., 1. Our population at the 
close of the fiscal year ended Mai-ch 31, 192'1, was 330 souls, making an increase for 
the past fiscal year of 105, and an average daily population of 397, the largest increase 
in any one year in the history of the institution. 



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Owing to a season of drought in the Maritime Provinces, which' was very 
unusual, our farm operation.s for the year were not as fruitful of resxilts as we would 
have liked. We tried last year to raise a variety of small vegetables, such as radish, 
lettuce, green onions and so forth, in order to provide a varied diet in season for the 
inmates, and although the season was very unfavourable we did succeed in furnish- 
ing the inmates with a much more varied diet than heretofore. 

Although our crop of hay was light in comparison with other years, we raised 
a)bout 350 tons, and as we had over 100 tons left from the previous year, we were able 
to feed from seventy-five to a hundred head of cattle, as well as our twenty horses 
through the winter, and during the fall and winter supplied the institution with 
fresh killed beef from our own herd. 

Very good progress was made in our building operations. Our nie-^ South wing 
was roofed in by October. 1921; the east side, containing 130 ceEs, was plastered 
and ready for occupation in December, thus provi-ding proper and safe a>ccommoda- 
tion for our overflow of population, which we were obliged for S'ome two or three 
months previous to house in the corridors of the Xorth and East cell wings. The west 
side of the South wing was finished diuring the early part of 1922. thus providing us 
with a cell wing containing 260 modern cells, and making what I believe to be one 
of the best and jnost modem cell wings in any prison. 

We also installed an avisiliary to OTir water sui>ply system, by the construction of 
a concrete daim^ across the stream known as the Millbrook, about one mile from the 
prison. This dam is 100 feet long by eleven feet deep and three feet wide, rein- 
forced with ,€ight buttresses, extending the full height of the wall. This increases 
our water supply by 450,000 gallons. A pump has been installed close to the dam 
driven by a 25-horse-power oil engine, and pipe laid a distance of 3,200 fedt to con- 
nect with our reserve i,rs, from which the water flows by gravitation ^to the prison. 
We are now equipped with sufficient water supply for the first time possibly in the 
history of the institution. 

We also cons'tructed a garage for th'e purpose of housing our motor trucks. 

Other very necessary Lmproveanents have been made throughout the institution, 
such as the iCnlarging of the keeper's hall, paintljig of the chaplain^s rooms, decor- 
ating of the Eoman Catholic altar, and extensive alterations to the farm. The erec- 
tion of a new fence along the main road in front of the prison, made .with turned 
posts, painted, and covered with Page wi^e, has added much" to the appearance of 
the institution and the farm. The construction of a concrete walk along the prison 
lane to the main road has also added greatly to the appearance of our property, and 
is very much apprecia'ted' by our officers. 

It wotdd have been impossible for us to have accomplished one-half tihe construc- 
tion work done without the use of the motor trucks. With the motor trucks we 
hauled all our coal from the prison siding during the sumaner months ; we also hauled 
our gravel for construction purposes, and with 'the use of our Jight Reo, we were able 
to transport inmates and officers to places where they were working, a mile or so from 
the prison, in a period ,of about ten or fifteen minutes. 

The discipline of the inmates has on the whole been good, jwhich indicates that 
the majority of our officers endeavour to do their duty conscientiously and faith- 
fully, |for when officers are honest and zealous in the discharge of their duties, the 
inmates under their supervision naturally fall into the same groove, and thus become 
better fitted to again become useful citizens of our country and take their pla-ce in 
the world of work. I endeavour to have all my officers feel that it is their duty 
to set the inmates the exampfle of clean, honest, manly men, and to impress upofa all 
inmates upon their arrival the foolishness of and certain failure of pursuing a life 
of crime, and I be'lleve when once you convince an inmate that you are honestly 
interested in his welfare, and .anxious to do him good, you therelby secure hi? respect 
and confidence, which are essentials in order that he maiy be reformed. 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 20 

The chaplains report everything as satisfactory in connection with their work, 
and I ,believe are a,s5i.sting very much to uplift thase uuder their charge. 

The surgeon reports ,the general health of the inmates as good, and sanitary 
conditions and water supply of the institution as satisfactory. 

Our sichool-teacher is handicapped for want of accommodation. He is, I helieve, 
doing splendid work with the many illiterate and uned'ucated inmates who come 
ujid'er his ,charge, and I hope within another year to have our new hospital with 
sehoo'l-room, now under construction, completed and ready for occupation, when 
much more good will Ibe accomplished. 

The providing of moving-picture emtertainments during the Christmas holiday 
season helps to convince the inmates that we are interested in their welfare and 
endeavouring to uplift them. 

The matron reiports everything as satisfactory i,n her department. Very little 
tro'ulble of any serious nature occurs in the female department, whidh indicates that 
the matrons are .excellent disciplinarians and possess good, strong, characters them- 
selves. Our female population has decreased dm-in'g the past year from 13 to 7, and I 
expect it to decrease to .three or foui- during this summer. I therefore ,think it would 
he advisable rather than keep ^up |the expense of maintainins: a female department, 
to ti-ansfer the few we have to* the female department at Kingston penitentiary. 

I wish to thank the superintendent, the inspectors and the structural engineer, 
for the support, encouragement, and courtesies shown me. 



MANITOBA 

7/. W. Cooper, Wai'den, reports: 

The population has shown an increase of 31, being now 224. 

Considerable work has been done during the winter. Sufficient stone has been 
quarried to construct the walls of the new wing, and moet of this has been cut. 

The fire-fighting system has been improved, and many new appliances installed. 

A new ice-house has been built, the ofiicers' dormitory redecorated, and sanitary 
drinking fountains installed in the trade shops. 

Owing to the large construction programme, it has been possible to find other 
employment for the men hitherto employed on stone breaking. 

Particular attention has been devoted to the library. It has been systematized, 
extra accommodation provided, and an increased number of good books put into 
circulation. 

The school has proved to be an imiDortant factor in the work of the institution. 

The number of pupils attending classes is now eight times as large as when the 
year opened, and it has been found possible to interest eighty per cent of the inmates 
in some form or another of education, by bringing them under the su]>ervision of 
the school-teacher. 

The discipline of the institution has been satisfactory, owing largely to the 
loyal support and co-operation of the guards and instructors. 

At present, the first mission held in this institution is being conducted, with 
apparently most encouraging results. 



BRITISH COLUMBIA 

W. A. Patchell, Warden, reports: 

At the end of September, 1921, we lost the esteemed and valued leadership of our 
warden, Mr. J. C. Brown, who retired after many years' service. I was afterwards 
appointed to succeed Warden Brown, being promoted from deputy warden, to date 
with effect as from October 1, 1921. 



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There was a steady increase in the prison i)opulation. At the 'beginning of the 
year 146 inmates were in custody, and on March 31, 1922, the total reached 197. 

The health of the inmateo generally was good and there were no deaths. Two 
or three accidents occurred hut these proved to be of a minor nature. It was neces- 
sary to have X-ray examinations made on one or two of the inmates, which had to 
be done outside the penit^ntiaiy. 

There were no escapes from the penitentiary, but John Lynn, who was under- 
going a life sentence for murder, escaped from the Mental Home for Criminal Insane 
at Saanich, Vancouver island, on Xovember 30, 1921, and to date hac not been 
recaptured. 

Discipline among the inmates has been good. The more varied diet given, with- 
out increasing the cost of maintenance, and the weekly ration of tobacco issued, have 
both greatly tended to help in this direction. 

The chaplains report that the spiritual welfare of inmates has been attended to 
throughout the year, and that the behaviour and interest of the inmates whikt 
attending Divine service leaves nothing to be desired. Each chaplain now holds a 
week-day meeting each week. 

The Protestant chaplain arranges for a visitor from the outside to come and 
give the inmates an address at the first meeting of each month. Although there is 
no ohligation to attend these week day meetings, the fact that at the Protestant 
meeting the attendance ha? steadily increased luitil it now reaches 65 per cent, goes 
to show that they are well appreciated. 

In the last week of every second month the Protestant chaplain also provides a 
moving-picture exhibition for all the inmates. We are indebted to several film 
companies in Vancouver who kindly loan us cuitahle films for display. The conduct 
at these entertainments has been excellent and such entertainments have made the 
inmates realize that the authorities are not indifferent to them. 

Our thanks are due to the Salvation Arm^y, Vancouver, which gave us a very 
good band concert during the summer. 

The chaplains have done all in their ix)wer to assist in the re-establishment of 
men released or paroled. It should also be stated that the Salvation Army, through 
Staft' Captain Cummins, gave valuable assistance in this direction. 

The schoolmaster reports that the number of inmates attending school has 
increased from 14 to 40, and besides these, there are 25 others who receive instruction 
in their cells during the evening in various branches of study. K man may be illiterate 
when he arrives at the penitentiary, but with the excellent school facilities now provided, 
there is no excuse for illiteracy when he leaves the institution, and every endeavour 
is put forth to assist all inmates with their studies. 

Many books have been added to the library. It is a pleasure to note that there 
has been a much greater demand for technical books than formerly. 

An up-to-date garage has now been provided, and the trucks are doing useful 
work and are proving more serviceable than horses. A farm tractor is also operatinc 
satisfactorily. 

Farm operations have been fairly successful. 

Eight hundred and eleven cords of wood, 4.">0 cedar posts, 8 to 16 feet long, and a 
great deal of other material was salvaged from the river. This will materially reduce 
the fuel account for the winter and furnish sufBcient posts to meet all fencing 
requirements. 

The work of clearing land was energetically undertaken and fair progress 
made. At the end of the year about five acres had been thoroughly cleared which will 
increase in the farm acreage for the future. This will consequently aid us in securing 
better returns from the farm. 

The "Glen Prook" sewer was completed to the end of the reserve, and about 
3.000 feet from Eighth avenue were backfilled and gi-aded. Approximately two acres 
were also graded fronting on Columbia street. 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 20 

All galleries, stairs, and railings in the central hall were completed. The kitchen 
and the cells in the south side of the east wing were painted with white enamel paint, 
greatly improving the appearance, besides being a great aid to cleanliness. 

Towards the end of the fiscal year excavating work was commenced for the 
foundation of the new south wall. Numerous other small jobs were completed. 

Wie were pleased to receive a visit of inspection from Inspector Smith, Avhen 
several matters were discussed regarding the prison, and settled much more satis- 
factorily than could be done by correspondence. 

I wish to thank the superintendent and his staff for the assistance and support 
they have at all times given to me. 



SA'SKATCHEWAX 

W. J. McLeod. Warden, reports: 

The prison population has increased during the year by forty-eight. 

We had in custody on March 31, 1921, 194: prisoners and on March 31, 1922, 212. 
During the year we received 12.5 prisoners and discharged by expiration of sentence 
38; by parole, 29; deported, 6; returned to provincial authorities (insane), 5; released 
by order of the court, 1. There are at present five inmates receiving treatment in 
the Mental Disease hospitals. 

On May 2, 1921, work was started on the new north or administration wing. 
This building, which is 155 by 60 feet, was roofed in on October 31 of that year. 
During the winter 1921-22 much work was done on the interior of this wing, which 
when completed, will contain the offices of the warden, secretary and accountant; 
an office for the use of superintendent and inspectors of penitentiaries; the keeper's 
hall, visiting cage, kitchen, bakery, officers' mess, basement for storage of vegetables, 
cooling room, school, library, church, chaplains' vestries, as well as the apartments 
occupied by unmarried officers who sleep on the premises. 

The new east wing and hospital erected in 1920 has been plastered and painted 
and the greater portion of same is now ready for occupation. All gates, locking 
apparatus, etc., have been installed. 

During the summer, the residences were given a coat of paint. 

The extension on the eastern end of the shops' building has been fitted up as an 
up-to-date garage. 

The shoe shop has been moved to that i>ortion of the shops' building formerly 
Occupied by temporary cells, and upon the removal of the shoemaker's shop, the 
tailor shop was enlarged. This was very necessary owing to the increased work in 
these shops. 

Seven hundred and forty-three thousand bricks of excellent quality were made 
during the sunimer. Three hundred and forly-eight cords of wood for burning kilns 
were cut on our w^ood reserve and hauled during the winter. 

We had some 457 acres under cultivation, oft' wliich we gathered 14,728 bushels 
of oats; 689 bushels of wheat, 2,203 bushels of barley, 201 bushels of peas, 8 loads of 
green feed, 175 loads of hay, 7,530 bushels of potatoes, 950 bushels of turnips, 650 
bushels of beets, 870 bushels of carrots, 60 bushels of onions, and over 4,000 heads 
of cabbage. We also cut and stacked 106 loads of wild hay. 

During the winter 2,570 cubic yards of gravel for construction purposes were 
hauled. Our trucks were kept employed throughout the year hauling gravel and 
freight. Had it not been for the trucks hauling gravel we would have been forced 
to purchase gravel by contract as heretofore. I do not know what we would have 
done without them. 

Our blacksmith and carpenter shops have been kept very busy during the year 
with work for our new buildings. 
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34 DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

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Our scliool-teaclier is doing splendid -work. His pupils are making wonderful 
progress and the addition of this officer to the staff has given a wonderful incentive 
to the desire on the part of many of the illiterate to learn. The library is well 
looked after. Many excellent books have been added and are appreciated by the 
inmates. The new library, when completed, will provide very much more favourable 
and satisfactory quarters than the present, where the librarian is forced to work 
under great difficulties. Magazines have been greatly appreciated by the inmates. 
The chaplains both report the conduct of all inmates while at Divine service as good 
and all seem to take keen interest in the services. 

The surgeon has reported the sanitary conditions, water supply, ventilation, etc., 
as excellent. 

I would recommend that a permanent officer be appointed to care for the motor 
machinery and transport now in use at this institution. IJp to the present, this duty 
has been looked after by the engineer or other officer on the staff. There should be a 
qualified motor mechanic employed to keep the tractors, motor trucks, threshing 
machine, etc., in condition. 

I respectfully draw your attention to the fact that several officers on this staff are 
still temporary. These officers do not participate in annual increases. Some of them 
have been employed for a considerable time. Owing to the increase in population and 
change in hours done by officers, it is necessary that the permanent staff of this insti- 
tution should be increased, as it is unfair to retain officers on the staff as temporary. 
They work at a considerate disadvantage financially as compared with those who are 
I)ermanent. 

During the year we were visited by Inspector Smith, who made a very thorough 
inspection of everything in connection with the institution. 

Work on the new boundary wall is the next large undertaking to be considered. 
When it is completed, am of the opinion the Saskatchewan penitentiary will compare 
more than favourably with any institution of its kind. 

Would recommend the return to the system of a mental disease hospital being 
operated for the care and maintenance of the criminally insane. The present condi- 
tions are not at all satisfactory, as frequently considerable trouble is experienced in 
having insane inmates properly removed to mental disease hospitals where proper care 
and maintenance may be given them. 

I wish to thank the superintendent and his staff for their prompt, courteous 
treatment and assistance at all times. 



EXPENDITURE 35 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 20 

APPENDIX C— EXPENDITURE 

KINGSTON 
Staff- 
Salaries and retiring allowances $150,066 31 

Uniforms and mess 9,300 74 

Bonus .' .' . . 36,046 12 

$195,413 17 



Maintenance of Convicts — 

Rations 3 49,824 52 

Clothing and hospital 30,276 11 



Discharge exiienses — 

Freedom suits and allowances $ 6,703 29 

Transfer and interment .569 52 



"Working expenses — 

Heat, light and water 5 34,813 03 

Maintenance of buildings and machinery 18,682 60 

Chapels, schools and library 1,370 31 

C>ffice expenses 4,428 90 



Industries — 

Farm $ 279638 

Trade shops ■' \\ 37!566 07 



Prison Equipment — 

Machinery $ IjOl 59 

Furnishing _ 339]^ 47 

Utensils and vehicles . . '. 2312 23 

Land, buildings and walls 24^409 71 



Miscellaneous — ■ 

Advertising and travel $ 4g8 25 

^I'^^ial ;. 4^899 89 



Maintenance of Convicts- 
Rations 

Clothing and hospital 



Discharge expenses — 

Freedom suits and allowances 
Transfer and interment 



$ 46.093 
21,133 


20 
44 


$ 3,549 
164 


49 
05 



Working expenses — 

Heat, light and water $ 74,631 08 

Maintenance of buildings and machinery 24,477 83 

Chapels, schools and library 1,582 59 

Office expenses 3,'297 65 



Industries — 

^^'■"1 $ 7,890 19 

Trade shops 13,317 02 



Prison Equipment — 

Machinery ; 5 3 241 42 

Furnishing 5860 96 

Utensils and vehicles 7 751 05 

Land, buildings and walls 29^901 28 



Miscellaneous — 

Advertising and travel j 469 61 

Special ;; 877 45 



SO.IOO 63 



7,272 81 



59,294 84 



40.362 46 



32,315 00 



5.388 14 



'^otal $420,147 04 

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL 
Staff — 

Salaries and retiring allowances $139,172 83 

Uniforms and mess 10,621 34 

Bonus ■ ; ; 3o!609 65 



180,403 82 



67,226 70 



(13 54 



103,989 15 



21,207 21 



46,754 71 



1,347 06 



T®tal $424,642 19 

20-.3i 



36 DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

13 GEORGE V. A. 1923 
EXPENDITURE— Co H tinued 

DORCHESTER 

Salaries and retiring allowances ? 90,ooa 10 

Uniforms and mess 5,146 8o 

-Pnnw, 18,243 22 

^°""^ 11P,.943 15 

Maintenance of Convicts— 

Rations * iU..>bS 39 

Clothing and hospital 10,266 12 „„ „„, ,, 

oO.aoO 11 

Discharge expenses — o .,aq qa 

Freedom suits and allowances * o..509 yu 

Transfer and interment 58 74 „ „»„ ^^ 

■ J,.jDS u4 

Working expenses — 

Heat, light and water » ol,904 94 

Maintenance of buildings and machinery 8,376 73 

Chapels, schools and library fi'^6 33 

Office expenses 2,080 31 ^ 

. 4 -J , ,> o o 1 

Industries — . , „ „ , _ „ , 

Farm ? 12,947 34 

Trade shops 9,306 oo 

2 2. 2 O.J o9 

Prison Equipment — i a-o a- 

Machinery - * l,9o8 0. 

Furnishing 2,046 98 

Utensils and vehicles ' 5,377 06 

Land, buildings and walls 74,539 37 

S3.;<21 48 

Miscellaneous — 

Advertising and travel ? 293 ob 

Special "^° ^^ g3(> ^.-, 

Total S29S.243 00 

MAXITOBA 

Staff— , - - 

Salaries and retiring allowances $ 69,31 1 li 

Uniforms and mess 3,786 21 

Bonus 13,806 36 

86,90? 74 

Maintenance of Convicts — 

Rations I 13.046 22 

Clothing and hospital 9.370 61 

22,416 S3 

Discharge exijenses — 

Freedom suits and allowances % 1,949 14 

Transfer and interment 1.229 2o 

3.178 39. • 

Working expenses — 

Heat, light and water $ 14,260 51 

Maintenance of buildings and machinery . . . . 4,887 46 

Chapels, schools and library 490 ',> 

Office expenses l,r)4Su9 

21,187 31 

Industries — 

Farm ? 3,491 5.3 

Trade shops 7,839 3 i 

11,330 90 

Prison Erjuipment — 

Machinery ? 330 S^ 

Furnishing 1,356 48 

Utensils and vehicles 1,242 61 

Land, buildings and walls 14.293 36 

17,223. 27 ■ - 

Miscellaneous — 

Advertising and travel .... $ 475 79 

.Special 870 58 

^_ 1,346 37 

'" '*TotWl! $163,592 81 



EXPENDITURE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 20 

EXPENDITURE— (7on^ini<ecZ 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
Staff- 
Salaries and retiring allowances $ GLSfiC 43 

Uniforms and mess 2,153 87 

Bonus 11,629 57 

Maintenance of Convicts- 
Rations $ S,u77 98 

Clothing and hospital t),4S7 66 

Discharge expenses — 

Freedom suits and allowances $ 726 84 

Working expenses — 

Heat, light and water $ 5.222 74 

Maintenance of buildings and machinery 2,723 66 

Chapels, schools and library 258 61 

Office expenses 1,24215 

Industries — 

Farm $ 1,584 39 

Trade shops 2,732 76 

Prison Equipment — 

Furnishing $ 405 63 

Utensils and vehicles 2,645 35 

Land, buildings and walls 6,992 36 

lliscellaneous — 

Advertising and travel % 70 76 

Special 1,003 87 

Total 

ALBERTA 
Staff — 

Salaries and retiring allowances $ 2,322 40 

Bonus ISO 00 

Discharge expenses — 

Transfer and interment $ 228 90 

"Working expenses — 

Heat, light and water $ 25 60 

Office expenses 170 90 

Industries — 

Trade shops $ 53 33 

Coal mine 28 20 

Prison Equipment — 

Machinery $ SSO 13 

Miscellaneous — 

Special $ 11 50 

Total 

SASKATCHEWAN 
Staff- 
Salaries and retiring allowances $65,05039 

Uniforms and mess 4,587 79 

Bonus 13,732 23 

Maintenance of Convicts — 

Rations $ 16,502 31 

Clothing and hospital 6,850 59 

Discharge expenses — 

Freedom suits and allowances $ 1,810 79 

Transfer and interment 63 30 



37 



75,149 89 

15,065 64 
720 84 

9,447 16 
4,317 15 

10,043 34 

1,074 63 
$115,824 65 

2.502 40 
228 90 

196 50 

81 53 

880 13 

11 50 
$ 3,900 96 

83,370 41 

23,352 90 

1,874 09 



38 DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
EXPENDITURE— ConcZuiei 

SASKATCHBWAX — Concluded 

Working- expenses — • 

Heat, light and water ? 17,961 72 

Maintenance of buildings and machinerj- 5,957 68 

Chapels, schools and library 1,138 81 

Office expenses 1,526 38 

26,584 59 

Industries — 

Farm % 10.633 50 

Trade shops 4,852 37 

Prison Equipment — 

Machinery ? 10,060 97 

Furnishing 776 OS 

Utensils and vehicles 2,757 93 

Land, buildings and walls 63,992 29 

Miscellaneous — 

Advertising and travel $ 143 96 

Special 438 68 

582 "14 

Total $228,837 77 

PENITENTIARIES GENERAL 

Office expenses ? 943 63 

Total 5 943 68 



15,485 87 



■7,587 27 



LIST OF OFFICERS 



39 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 20 



APPENDIX D— LIST OF OFFICERS 

As ON March 31, 1922 

KINGSTON" 



Name 



Rank 



Creed 



Date of 
Birth 



Date of first 

Permanent 

Appointment 



Date of 

Present 

Appointment 



Salarj' 



General— 

(a) Ponsford, J. C. 

Anglin, W. G., M.D. 

McDonald, Rev. M. 

Dobbs, Rev. O. G.. 

Minnes, T. D 

Caughey, R. A 

Begg.H.S 

(6) Keech, H. L 

Robinson, A. N 

VanAlstyne, C. S... 

Cleeton, H 

Hora, H 

Crossley, A 



Kerrison, H. S 

Madden, P 

(c) Edgar, J. D 

Raven, A. N 

McConnell, A. D. 

Draper, M. G 

Dromgole, A. G.. 

(d) McLeod, F. M... . 

(e) Nixon, T 

McKay, W 

. Irwin, W 

Dennison, G. R.. 

ToUerst, W 

Bell, G 

Driscoll, D 

Botting, G 

Industrial — 

Burns, R. J. .'. . . . 

Tweddell, J 

Beaupre, P.M 

Lawlor, J 

Walker, H. L 

Davidson, T 

Doyle, F 

Sullivan, G 

(/) Corbett,A.J 



(g) Macdonald, J. A. 
Scott, J. A 



Mills, J. H 

Morgan, W. G... 

Wilson, J. A 

Alderdice, J. P.. 
Police — 
(h) Tucker, R- R--- 

Walsh, M.J 

(i) Clayton, T....... 

Kennedy, M. J... 

McConville, A. . . 

Mathews, W.H., 

McWaters, J 

Germain, D.. — 

Berrigan, J. L — 

Powell, H.J 

Lawless, J. }..■■■ 



Warden 

Surgeon 

Chaplain 

Chaplain 

Accountant 

Clerical Assistant. 



Church of England 

Methodist . . 

Roman Catholic. . 
Church of England 
Presbyterian 



Storekeeper 

Warden's Clerk. . . 
Clerical Assistant. 



School Teacher and 
Librarian. 

Steward 

.Assistant Steward . . . 



Hospital Nurse. 



Church of England 

Methodist 

Church of England 

Methodist 

Church of England 

Methodist 



Matron 

Assistant Matron. 



Engineer 

Assistant Engineer. 



Fireman. 



Church of England 
Roman Catholic. . 

Presbyterian 

Church of England 



Methodist 

Roman Catholic. . 

Methodist 

Church of England 

Presbyterian 

Church of England 

Baptist 

Church of England 



Chief Trade Instructor. 

Industrial Guard Quarry 
Stn. Ctr. 
Blksm.. 
" Mason.. 

" M . Bags 

" Carpen- 
ter 

Tailor. . 
Shoe- 
maker. 
" Tinsm 

" Blksm 

" Mason. 



Deputy Warden. . 
Chief Keeper. ... 
Chief Watchman. 
Guard 



Roman Catholic 
Church of England 

Church of England 

Methodist 

Roman Catholic. 

Church of England 
Presbyterian. . . 
Roman Catholic, 



Presbyterian. 



Dec. 5 
Oct. 8, 
Aug. 4 
Feb. 19 
May 29 
Jan. 23 
Oct. 27 
Mav 6 
Aug. 12 
Jan. 7 
Sept. 23 
Nov. 25 
Sept. 8 

Oct. 26 
April 27 
Dec. 1 
April 18 
Jan. 29 
Jan. 23 
Jan. 18 
Feb. 19 
Feb. 7 
Nov. 6 
Sept. 5 
Oct. 1 
Feb. 9 
Mar. 3 
May 15 
Oct. 10 



Church of England 

Methodist 

Presbyterian. . , 



Roman Catholic. 

Church of England 
Roman Catholic. 
Church of England 
Roman Catholic 

Church of England 
Methodist. .... 



Roman Catholic. . 

Methodist 

Roman Catholic. . 



July 23 
Jan. 22 
July 29 
April 15 
Mar. 25 
Mar. 26 
Sept. 9 
April 20 

Feb. 8 
June 17 

June 27 

Jan. 9 

May 6 

Aug. 5 

Feb. 9 

.4pril 5 
Mar. 4 
May 19 
April 18 
July 4 
Oct. 20 
Sept. 1 
April 4 
July 8 
Aug. 24 
April 3 



(a) Transferr e from Alberta April I, 1920. 

(b) " " July 1,1920. 

(c) " " Sept. 1,1920. 
((f) Resigned March 31, 1922. 

ie) Transferred from Dorchester Oct. 1, 1920 
(/) Transferred from Alberta Sept. 1, 1920. 
(g) " " Sept. 1, 1920. 

(*) " " April 1, 1920. 

(i) " " April 15, 1920. 



1863 
1856 
1853 
1853 
1859 
1870 
1879 
1890 
1873 
1891 
1888 
1879 
1873 

1883 
1864 
1870 
1893 
1886 
1866 
1893 
1878 
1873 
1870 
1867 
1884 
1871 
1872 
1872 
1874 

1855 
1876 
1860 
1869 
1865 
1872 
1877 
1875 

1873 
1871 

1871 
1885 
1895 
1875 
1883 

1880 
1875 
1879 
18.57 
1862 
1865 
1861 
1870 
1867 
1873 
1874 



Mar. 4 
Mav 1 
Sept. 30 
Mar. 29 
Mar. 13 
Nov. 1 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
July 
Mar. 
July 



April 30 
Aug. 1 
May 8 
June 15 
Sept. 11 
Mar. 22 
July 6 
Oct. 1 
Mar. 19 
April 4 
May 12 
Jan. 13 
Jan. 1 
July 1 
Mar. 1 
Nov. 4 

June 1 
Mar. 23 
Jan 10 
Sept. 18 
April 3 
July 1 
Aug. 1 
April 1 



Oct. 1 
Nov. 10 

Jan. 13 

Jan. 26 

Oct. 1 

June 1 

May 2 

May 6 

-■^ug. 1 
Nov. 20 

April 1 

July 1 

Aug. 1 

Aug. 1 

Aug. 1 

N«v. 1 

Aug. 1 

Nov. 1 



1913 
1920 
1899 
1913 
1913 
1903 
1902 
1914 
1921 
1921 
1914 
1922 
1921 

1920 
1889 
1916 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1921 
1921 
1920 
1919 
1919 
1921 
1911 
1916 
1919 
1919 

1895 
1903 
1885 
1896 
189' 
1902 
1906 
1895 

1918 
1914 

1921 
1921 
1921 
1906 
1921 

1914 
1905 
1913 
1872 
1885 
1899 
1899 
1899 
1904 
1905 
1906 



Mar. 4 

May 1 

Sept. 30 

Mar. 29 

Mar. 13 

Dec. 19 

June 11 

Mav 1 

Dec. 1 

Mar. 17 

Nov. 1 

Mar. 3 

July 5 

April 30 
Aug. 1 
May 8 
Sept. 1 
Sept. 11 
Dec. 1 
July 6 
Oct. 1 
Mar. 19 
April 4 
May 12 
Jan. 13 
Jan. 1 
July 1 
Mar. 1 
Nov. 4 

July 1 

Aug. 1 

April 1 

April 1 

April 3 
Mar. 16 

Aug. 1 

Oct. 1 

Oct. 1 

Nov. 10 

Jan. 13 
Jan. 26 
Oct. 1 
April 1 
May 2 



Jan. 
Mar. 
Mav 
Mav 
July 



Aug. 1 

Aug. 1 

Aug. 1 

Nov. 1, 

Aug. 1, 

Nov. 1, 



1913 
1920 
1899 
1913 
1913 
1912 
1914 
1918 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1922 
1921 

1920 
1913 
1916 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1921 
1921 
1920 
1919 
1919 
1921 
1911 
1916 
1919 
1919 

1903 
1918 
1903 
1903 
1897 
1908 
1918 
1918 

1920 
1914 

1921 
1921 
1921 
1919 
1921 

1921 
1921 
1918 
1884 
1885 
1899 
1899 
1899 
1904 
1905 
1906 



?3,30O 
2,520 
1,500 
1,500 
2,160 
1,440 
1,380 
1,320 
1,320 
1,260 
1,200 
1,200 
1,320 

1,560 
1,260 
1,200 
1,140 
1,140 
1,080 
960 
960 
1,860 
1,380 
1,380 
1,260 
1,140 
1,080 
1,080 
1,080 

1,800 
1,680 
1,260 
1,260 
1,260 
1,260 
1,200 
1,200 

1,140 
1,200 

1,080 
1,080 
1,080 
1,140 
1,080 

1,920 
1,620 
1,440 
1,140 
1,140 
1,140 
1,140 
1,140 
1,140 
1,140 
1,140 



40 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



LIST OF OFFICERS— Co/iHnuei 
As ON Makch 31, 1922 — Continued 

KlSGSrO'S- Concluded 



13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 



Police — Con. — 

Donoghue, J. V.. 

Nolan, G. P 

Walsh. \V. L 

Bird.P 

Clark, R. A...... 

Donaldson, S. . . . 

Sears, R. W 

0) Stead, W.G 

Barr. A 

Morris, R.C 

Tobin, T 

Duffy, B.F 

Clarke. T. N.... 

Harvey. F 

Filson. H. K 

Miles, R.J 

Gilbey, J 

PuUen, A 

Tyson, \V. E 

Archibald, W. N 

Wendholt.H 

Barton. F 

Marshall. F._X.. 

Nicholson. K. . . . 

Cox. W.J 

Atkins, J 

(it) Wand. G. G 

Patterson, J. K.. 

Hood, J. C 

McKay, A. D... 

Edwards, J. S 

Brow-n, A. D 

Halligan. J 

Walsh, T.J 

Forsythe. A 

Scammell, E 

(i) Robinson. W.C, 

Turpin, R. O 

Shurtliff, L 

Silver, M. M 

(»i) Lowes, P. S 

Snook . H . S . . . . 

Wick ham. W 

Dixon. T 

Sullivan. Leo. . . 

Davidson. S. C 

Watchorn. R. H. 

Stephenson. J. W 

Johnston. K. N. . 

West. W. H 

Rocking. G. F. .. 

Taylor, W.S 

Earl, O. A 

Jenkin. M. E 

Walker, L.I 

Angrove, T. H... 

Bearance, R. E. . 

Smith. G. R 

Bushey. W 

Woodhouse, H. . . 

Spence, L. P 

Trotter. L. C... 

McLeod, E. D... 

Hart, C. R 

Laidlaw, R. J 

Ferris. G. D 

Villard. L. D.... 

Faulkner, J 

Parker, R 



Rank 



Guard 



Creed 



Roman Catholic. 



Church of England 

Presbyterian 

Methodist 



Presb>nerian 

Church of England 
; Roman Catholic. 



.Methodist 

Church of England 

Presbyterian 

Roman Catholic. 
Church of England 



Roman Catholic. 
Church of England 



Presbyterian 

Church of England 



Date of 
Birth 



Presbyterian 

Church of England 



Roman Catholic. 
Church of England 



'.Methodist 

Church of England 



Methodist 

C hurch of England 

Presbyterian 

Roman Catholic. 

Presbiterian 

Standard 

Church of England 

Methodist 

Church of England 

Presbyterian 

Church of England 

Methodist 

Roman Catholic. 
Church of England 
Methodist 



Church of England 

Baptist 

Church of England 

Methodist 

Presbyterian 

Church of England 



Roman Catholic. . 
Church of England 



July 

April 

July 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Mav 

Julv 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Nov. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Feb. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

July 

Sept. 

April 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Julv 

April 

Dec. 

Oct. 

June 

Aug. 

April 

Dec. 

May 

Sept. 

June 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Dec 

Dec. 

April 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Mav 

Oct. 

Mar. 

July 

Jan. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Aug. 

Nov. 

July 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

June 

Mav 

Mar. 

May 

June 

April 

July 



892 



Date of first ; Date of 
Permanent , Present 
Appointment | Appointment 



Oct. 

Nov 

Julv 

July 

April 

June 

Feb. 

Julv 

•Vay 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Nov 

Dec 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 17 

Oct. 15 

Dec 22 

Dec. 22 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Apri 

>Uv 

Mav 

May 

June 

June 

June 

July 

Aug. 

June 

Feb. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov 

Nov 

Dec. 22 

July 14 

Dec. 22 

Dec 22 

Jan. 18 



Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Mar. 



Mar. 19 
Mar. 21 
April 2 
April 12 
April 23 
April 28 
May 11 
June 4 
Feb. 1 



I 
1907 Oct. 
19071 Nov. 
1910 Julv 
1910|Julv 
1912 April 
1913|June 
1914 Feb. 
1914!Ju1v 
1914 >:av 
1914 Oct. 
1914, Dec 
1914! Nov. 
1914iDec 
1917jJan. 
1914 Aug. 
1919lOct. 



1919 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1919 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Dec. 



1919iDec 
1916|Dec 
1919iDec 



1919 
1920 
1920 



Dec. 
Jan. 
Feb. 



192CiApril 
1920|Mav 
1920 Mav 
1920|Mav 
1920iJune 



1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1921 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 



June 
J>me 
July 
Aug. 
June 
Feb. 
-Aug. 
Oct. 2 
Oct. 2 
Nov. 15 
Nov. 29 
22 
July 14 
Dec. 22 
Dec. 22 
Jan. 18 
Jan. 18 



1920 1 Dec 

1920 

1920 

1920 

1921 

1921 

1921 

1921 

1921 

1921 

1921 

1921 

1921 

1921 



Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 
1921iFeb. 
192l|Feb. 
1921|Mar. 21 



1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 



Mar. 19 
Mar. 21 
April 2 
April 12 
April 23 
April 28, 
May 11 
June 4 



1922 Feb 1 



1907 
1907 
1910 
1910 
1912 
1913 
1914 
1914 
1914 
1914 
1914 
1914 
1914 
1917 
1914 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1921 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1922 



Salarj' 



,140 
,140 
,140 
,140 
,140 
,140 
,140 
.140 
.080 
.080 
,080 
,080 
,080 
,080 
,080 
,080 
.080 
,080 
,0«0 
,080 
.080 
.080 
,080 
.080 
.080 
.020 
,020 
,020 
,020 
,020 
,020 
,020 
,020 
,020 
.020 
,020 
,020 
,020 
.020 
.020 
.020 
,020 
.020 
.020 
.020 
,020 
,020 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 



(i) Transferred from Alberta April 23, 1920. 
(t) Transferred from St. Vincent de Paul, September 27, 1921. 
(I) Transferred from Dorchester, June 1, 1921. 
(vi) Appointed guard Nov. 1, 1918, resigned May 31, 1920. 



LIST OF OFFICERS 



41 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 20 



LIST OF OFFICERS— C'onfi7u/e(Z 
As ON March 31, 1922 — Continued 

ST. VINX'ENT DE PAUL 



Name 



Rank 



Creed 



Date of 
Birth 



Date of first i Date of 
Permanent Present 

Appointment Appointment 



Salary 



General — 

Girouarc!, R. de la B. 

Robert, L., M.D 

Caron, Rev. C. R.... 

Godard, Rev. H 

Garceau, Ed 

Prefontaine, A 

Poirier, I. A 

Sigouin, Arm 

Murphy, J. M.R 

Jobin, E 

Aube, W 

Lapierre, R. P 

Champagne, E 

Chateauvert, A. P. . . 

Jubinville, A 

Sproston, E 

Lambert, E 

Industrial — 

Donnelly, H.H 

Pepin, J. E 

Godin, F. X 

Galarneau, L 

Lesage, R 

Filiatrault, A 

Clark, D 

Cliche, L.P 

Steben, Geo 

Pilotte, Geo 

Police — 

Fitzgibbon. .1. D 

Clermont, F. X 

Desjardins, A 

Greece, W 

Charbonneau , A 

Forest, G 

Trudeau, A 

Filiatrault, N 

Labrecque, J. E 

Dufresne, A 

Barbeau, A 

Proulx, M 

Par6, A 

Jett6, U 

Desrochers, J. B 

Dupuis, D 

Gauthier, A 

Godin, H 

Bolduc. M 

Poirier, D 

Belanger, W 

Legault, A 

Deschambault, W. A 

Lapointe, J. A 

Lenden, A 

Leroux, O 

Lefebvre, A 

Cousineau, H 

Nadeau, J : 

Aub6, Z 

Miron, A 

Johnson, C. H 

St. Aubin, E 

HSneault, R 

Byrne, J 

Hamel, Noe 

Delorme, A 

Girard, R 

Berube, J 

Roy, D 

Crandall, A.H 

Cheeseman, A. VV.. . . 

Kellett, G. H 

Everitt, A. J 

Timlin, C. E 

Montbriand, E 



Warden. .. 
Surgeon. . 
Chaplain. 



Accountant 

Storekeeper 

Warden's clerk 

Clerical assistant 

Clerical assistant 

Steward. 

Assistant Steward 

Teacher and Librarian . 

Engineer 

Asst. engineer 



Fireman. 



Chief Trade Instructor.. 
Industrial Guard Tailor. 

" Carp 

Stn. Ctr. 
Blksm... 
" Tinsm.. . 

" Mason. . . 

" Farmer. . 

" Shoe- 

maker. . 
Quarry. 



Deputy Warden.. 
Chief Keeper .... 
Chief Watchman. 
Guard 



Roman Catholic. 



Church of England 
Roman Catholic. 



Church of England 
Roman Catholic 



Church of England 
Roman Catholic. 



Presbyterian 

Roman Catholic. 



Jan. 29, 1882 



Dec. 

Sept. 

June 

Oct. 

Oct. 

May 

Mar. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Mar. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

July 

July 



Presbyterian 

Roman Catholic. 



Roman Catholic. 



Presbyterian 

Roman Catholic. 



Aug. 4 

Dec. 13 

Oct. 17 

Jan. 10 

June 17 

Mav 7 

May 18 

April 26 

July 1 
Nov. 1 



Church of England 
Roman Catholic. . 



Church of England 



Baptist 

Roman Catholic. 



May 

June 

June 

Mar. 

July 

Mar. 

Mar. 

July 

Feb. 

Dee. 

Nov. 

Mar. 

Oct. 

June 

May 

Mar. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Mar. 

Aug. 

Feb. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

May 

Aug. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

July 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Mar. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

July 

April 

July 

Aug. 

June 

Dec. 

Mar. 



1880 
1865 
1879 
1861 
1887 
1890 
1885 
1875 
1874 
1896 
1879 
1878 
1866 
1896 
1894 

1887 
1872 
1879 
1857 
1886 
1868 
1885 



1890 
1880 

1860 
1863 
1863 
1863 
1862 
1857 
1864 
1868 
1874 
1882 
1871 
1879 
1881 
1881 
1885 
1887 
1889 
1884 
1888 
1886 
1879 
1886 
1879 
1887 
1887 
1884 
1894 
1895 
1897 
1893 
1896 
1888 
1892 
1890 
1880 
1887 
1887 
1899 
1894 
1881 
1891 
1885 
1892 
1886 
1881 
1883 



May 23 
Sept. 1 
Mar. 1 



June 

Nov. 1 

June 1 

Oct. 3 

Sept . 1 

Nov. 1 

Sept . 1 

July 1 

June 1 

May 1 

Jan. 15 

Dec. 9 

April 13 

Oct. 1 



Oct. 10 
Jan. 1 
July 1 
Nov. 1 
Dec. 1 
Mar. 5 
Dec. 21 
Nov. 21 



Feb 
Mar. 



June 25 
July 19 
Nov. 9 
Oct. 1 
July 1 
April 24 
Dec. 1 
Mav 4 
April 24 
Aug. 1 
Aug. 1 
Mar. 1 
Nov. 1 



Oct 
July 1 
July 1 
Aug. 1 
Aug. 1 
Dec. 1 
April 1 
Aug. 1 
Aug. 1 
Aug. 1 
Jan. 1 
Dec. 1 
Sept. 1 
Oct. 18 
Oct. 18 
Oct. 18 
Oct. 18 
Oct. 18 
Oct. IS 
Nov. 1 
Oct. IS 
April 13. 
April 27 
May 31 
June 15 
June 15 
June .30 
Julv 8 
Oct. 2 
Oct. 7 
Nov. 29 
Jan. IS 
Mar. 24 



1922 
1922 

1887 
1889 
1893 
1897 



Mar. 
Dec. 
Nov. 

Feb. 2\ 
Mar. 



lOct. 2 
lOct. 7 
I Nov. 29 
IJan. 18 
,>':ir. 24 



1921 
1921 
1919 
1917 
1919 
1911 
1922 
1919 
1919 
1907 
1906 
1921 
1913 
1914 
1919 
1921 
1921 

1922 
1911 
1912 
1914 
1915 
1921 
1921 
1921 

1922 
1922 

1919 
1912 
1912 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1899 
1901 
1905 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1909 
1910 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1912 
1913 
1913 
1913 
1915 
1917 
1917 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1921 
1921 



$2,700 
2,400 
1,500 
1,.500 
2,040 
1,500 
1,200 
1,380 
1,320 
1,680 
1,260 
1,320 
2,100 
1,440 
1,380 
1,260 
960 



440 

260 
200 
200 
200 
080 
080 
080 

080 
080 

,040 
980 
500 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
080 
080 
080 
080 
080 
080 
080 
080 



080 
080 
020 
020 
020 
020 
020 
020 
020 
020 
020 
020 
960 
96 



42 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



LIST OF OFFICERS— Continued 
As ON March 31, 1922 — Continued 

ST. VINXEXT DE TAIJ'L—Concluded 



13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 



Name 



Rank 



Police — Con. — 

Daly, J. L 

Cormier, A 

Michaud, A 

Connolly, A 

Doran, S 

Brussehnans, C. C. 

Groleau, E 

Lamer, E 

White, J. J 

Morrot, P 

Cardinal, J. A 

Riendeau, J. B 

Leacock, Geo 

Briere, A 

Leontiefif, E 

Pigeon, R 

Dube, W 

Payne, P. F 

Hugg, J. J 

Ahier, E. H 



Guard 



Creed 



Roman Catholic. 



Church of England 
Roman Catholic 



Church of England 
Roman Catholic 



Presbyterian 

Roman Catholic. . 



Cateof 
Birth 



Julv 18, 
Oct. 26, 
Dec. 14, 
Dec. 14, 
Nov. 30, 
April 20, 
Sept. 16, 
Mar. 2, 
Jan. 1, 
Oct. 25, 
Julv 27, 
May 24, 
Jan. 12, 
April 12, 
Oct. 10, 
April 29, 
Oct. 17, 
Oct. 15, 
Jan. 12, 
Oct. 9, 



1883 
1896 
1894 
1897 
1884 
1880 
1894 
1889 
1894 
1879 
1882 
1896 
1887 
1895 
1880 
1886 
1885 
1891 
1886 
1893 



Date of first 

Permanent 

Appointment 



Mar. 24 

Mar. 24 

May 

July 

Aug. 

Aug. 

July 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

June 

Nov. 

Jan. 



Jan. 
Jan. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 



1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1922 
1922 
1922 
1922 
1922 
1922 



Date of 

Present 

Appointment 



Mar. 24 
Mar. 24 
May 11 
July 6 
Aug. 1 
Aug. 2 
July 12 
Sept. 27 
Oct. 1 
Oct. 1 
Oct. 11 
Oct. 22 
June 8 
Nov. 30 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 



1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1922 
1922 
1922 
1922 
1922 
1922 



Salarj' 



960 
96C 
9611 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 



960 
960 



96 



DORCHESTER 



General — 

(a) Meighen, W Warden. 



Teed, J.F.,M.D. 

Hudson, Rev. C. K.. 

Dufour, Rev.P. P... 

Starratt, C. S 

Sears, Lome 

Goad, G.T 

Allain, \V. L 

Sargent, \\ 

(6) Morris, R. W 

Chapman, F. O 

Foster, Thos 

(c) Baylie, Chas 

LeBlanc, Edward 

Haviland, E. H 

Lane, Ernest 

Papineau, G. B 

Robinson, Edith 

Allain, Adeline 

Industrial — 

Kane, J. J 

Foran, \V. J 



Surgeon. . 
Chaplain. 



stant. 



Accountant . 
Clerical Ass 

Storekeeper 

Teacher and Librarian. 

Warden's Clerk 

Steward 

Assistant Steward 

Assistant Steward 

Engineer 

. i Assistant Engineer 



Fireman 

Hospital Nurse. . . 

Matron 

Assistant Matron. 



Presbyterian 

.Anglican 

.Methodist 

Roman Catholic. 
Baptist 



McPherson, Andrew. 

McPherson, N. A 

Bishop, W.E 

Emery, E. N 

Porter, Arthur 



Police — 

Elsdon.C. S 

(d) Cummings, E. H. . . 

McDougall, S 

Drillio, Geo 

Getson, S. H 

McDonald, J. D 

Friel, Albert 

Bowes, F. C 

Gumming, A. B 

Lowerison, B . A 

Ward, N.P 

Bourque, A. P 

Sinclair, R. S 

Cook.C.E 



C.T.I 

Industrial Guard Shoe 
maker. 
" Farmer. 

Tailor. . 
Blksm.. 
" Mason. . 

Carpen- 
ter.... 



Deputy Warden. . 

Chief Keeper 

Chief Watchman. 
Guard 



Methodist 

Roman Catholic. 

Anglican . 

Methodist 

Anglican 



Congregational. . . 
Roman Catholic. 
Methodist 



Roman Catholic, 

Anglican 

Roman Catholic, 

Roman Catholic. , 



Presbyterian. 



Methodist 

Roman Catholic. 

Anglican 



Methodist. . . . 
Presbyterian. 



Roman Catholic. 



Baptist 

Presbyterian 

Anglican 

Baptist .' 

Roman Catholic. 

Presbj'terian 

Baptist 



Oct. 24 
Feb. 23 
Oct. 19 
June 29 
Nov. 10 
Nov. 13 
Sept. 9 
April 13 
Aug. 15 
Oct. 30 
Aug. 25 
Mar. 18 
Jan. 19 
Oct. 2 
Jan. 9 
Feb. 4 
June 22 
April 30 
Feb. 28 

Oct. 15 

Nov. 15 
Aug. 10 
Aug. 18 
Mar. 28 
Aug. 13 

Jan. 4 

Sept. 4 
June 28 
Oct. 18 
April 27 
Feb. 3 
Aug. 12 
Nov. 10 
Sept. 4 
Dec. 28 
Feb. 2 
Oct. 9 
July 14 
Nov. 22 
Sept. 23 



1878 
1863 
1874 
1864 
1858 
1886 
1892 
1865 
1897 
1893 
1879 
1884 
1869 
1896 
1869 
1875 
1856 
1897 
1874 

1866 

1870 
1861 
1880 
1869 
1875 

1890 

1869 
1880 
1871 
1865 
1873 
1878 
1872 
1880 
1888 
1879 
1879 
1877 
1882 
188' 



June 1, 

Feb. 1 , 

Feb. 1, 

Nov. 16, 

Sept. 1, 

June 8, 

Aug. 24, 

June 1, 

Feb. 16, 

Feb. 11, 

Jan. 16, 

April 1, 

Oct. 1, 

Jan. 27, 

Sept. 18, 

Sept. 1, 

Jan. 1, 

Dec. 20, 

Feb. 3, 

Jan. 21. 

Mar. 12, 

May 4, 

Mav 19, 

June 24, 
April 1, 

April 1 , 

Julv 23, 

Feb. 1, 

July 23, 

Jan. 1, 

Jan. 1, 

Jan. 1, 

Aug. 14, 

Julv 1, 
Nov. 1, 
April 1, 

Jan. 1, 

July 1, 

July 1 , 

Oct. 1, 



1914 April 




1920 


1914 


Keb. 




1914 


1922 Feb. 




1922 


IPlfi 


Nov. 


16 


1916 


1905 


M.ir. 




1911 


1914 


Oct. 




1920 


1920 


Mav 




1921 


1917 


April 




1921 


1922 


Feb. 


16 


1922 


1922 


Feb. 


11 


1922 


1912 


April 




1916 


1921 


April 




1921 


1890 


Sept. 




1918 


1919 


Jan. 


27 


1919 


1919 


Sept. 


18 


1919 


1917 


Sept. 




1917 


18X6 


June 




1898 


1921 


Dec. 


20 


1921 


1921 


Feb. 


3 


1921 


1907 


Aug. 




1910 


1907 


Mar. 


12 


1907 


1910 


Mav 




1910 


1913 


Mav 


19 


1913 


192(1 


June 


24 


1920 


1916 


April 




1916 


1921 


April 




1921 


)S95 


Jan. 




1921 


1907 


April 




1921 


1895 


April 




1916 


1898 


Jan. 




1898 


1898 


Jan. 




1898 


1903 


Jan. 




1903 


1906 


Aug. 


14 


1906 


1907 


Julv 




1907 


190>' 


Nov. 




1908 


190£ 


April 




1909 


1911 


Jan. 




1911 


1912 


Sept. 




1915 


1912 


Julv 




1912 


1914 


Oct. 




1914 



$2,820 
2,760 
1,500 
1,500 
2,160 
1,380 
1,320 
1,440 
1,260 
1,500 
1,260 
1,080 
1,980 
1,380 
1,380 
1,080 
1,260 
1,020 
960 

1,800 

1,260 
1,260 
1,260 
1,140 
1,200 

1,080 

1,920 
1,620 
1,440 
1,140 
1,140 
1,140 
1,140 
1,140 
1,140 
1,140 
1,140 
1,140 
1,140 
1,080 



(a) Transferred from Alberta to Dorchester, August 1, 1920. 

(6) Dismissed March 31, 1922. 

(c) Transferred from Kingston to Dorchester September 24, 1920. 

id) Transferred from Alberta to Kingston. Transferred from Kingston to Dorchester, April 1, 1921. 



LIST OF OFFICERS 



43 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 20 



LIST OF OFFICERS— Confmuci 
As ON March 31, 1922 — Continued 

DORCHESTER— Conc/wrffd 



Name 



-"olice — Con. — 

Thompson, H. R.. 
DeVaremie, W. J., 

Mahan, C. J 

Babcock, C. P.. . . 
Grossman, P. C... 

LeBlanc, F. L 

Cole, Edgar 

Whalen, R.J 

Dobson, F. L 

Pickles, W.S 

Kaye, P. A 

Dobson, Frank A. 

LjTie, F. A 

Bishop, A. A 

Belliveau, Henry.. 
Cormier, David. . , 

Oulton, T. E 

.■Sutherland, Pierce 
Belliveau, M. F... 



Rank 



Guard 



Creed 



Baptist 

Roman Catholic. 



Methodist 

Baptist 

Roman Catholic. 



Methodist. 



St. 



Methodist 

Anglican 

Baptist 

Roman Catholic. 



Anglican 

Presbyterian 

Roman Catholic. 



Date of 
Birth 



Dec. 10, 
April 9, 
Dec. 9, 
Nov. 4, 
May 7, 
Sept. 30, 
Jan. 17, 
June 6, 
June 17, 
April 22, 
Oct. 5, 
Sept. 11, 
May 8, 
June 8, 
Mar. 28, 
Feb. 20, 
May 31, 
Sept. 12, 
Jan. 29, 



1893 
1892 
1879 
1876 
1884 
1878 
1891 
1885 
1897 
1885 
1895 
1893 
1887 
1886 
1892 
1890 
1884 
1882 
1895 



Date of first 

Permanent 

Appointment 



Nov. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Oct. 

April 

April 

Nov. 

April 

Mar. 

April 

April 15 

July 11, 

July 29 

July 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Dec. 



1914 
1914 
1914 
1916 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 



Date of 

Present 

Appointment 



Nov. 1 
Dec. 1 
Dec. 1 
May 1 
April 1 
April 1 
Nov. 1 
April 1 
Mar. 11, 
April 1 
April 15 
July 11 
July 29 
July 29 
Aug. 1 
Aug. 20 
Sept. 2 
Dec. 16 
Dec. 16 



1914 
1914 
1914 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 



Salary 



080 
080 



080 
080 
080 
020 
020 
020 
020 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 



MANITOBA 



General — 

Cooper, H. W 

McFadden, J.J., M.D 
Stewart, Rev. S. W. L 

Blair, Rev. J. J 

Macdougall, J. A 

Brown, J. C 

Woods, H 

Wilson, J. S 



Freeman, E 

Linklater, G 

Shead, W. H 

MacLean, D 

Browne, ,1. W. . . . 

Lusignan, H 

Industrial — 

Bloomfield, S. F. 

Miller, T 

McCuUough, J. . . 

Robertson, J. P.. 

Martin, C 

Stanhope, R 

Police — 

MacLeod, J 

Abbott, W.C 

Powell, J. A 

Downie, R 

Fisher, A 

Meade, W. R 

Nordin, E 

Kirk, T. P 

Ellison, C 

Meaney, D. J 

Williams, J 

Parkinson, R 

Anderson, H. G... 

Kynock, A. E 

McDonald, H 

Erskine, J 

Allen, J 

Campbell, A. H.. 

Cooke, G.W 

Robertson, W 

Hockley, C. G.... 

Lowes, H. G 

Newman, E 

(a) Macdonald, C. M. 

<b) Johnston, E. C 

(c) Watson, A 



Warden... 
Surgeon. . 
Chaplain. 



Accountant 

Clerical Assistant.. 
Clerical Assistant. . 
School Teacher and 
Librarian. 

Steward 

Assistant Steward.. . 

Engineer 

Assistant Engineer. . 

Hospital Nurse 

Fireman 



Chief Trade Instructor. 
Instructor Shoemaker.. 

" Mason 

" Farmer 

Tailor 

" Mail Bag 



Deputy Warden. . 
Chief Keeper. ... 
Chief Watchman. 
Guard 



Church of England 



Methodist 

Roman Catholic. . 
Church of England 

Presbyterian 

Church of England 
Presbyterian 



Church of England 

Presbyterian 

Church of England 
Presbyterian 



Roman Catholic. 
Church of England 
Presbyterian. . 



Roman Catholic. 
Church of England 

Presbyterian... 



Church of England 
Presbyterian... 
Church of England 



Presbyterian 

Roman Catholic. 

Presbyterian 

Roman Catholic. 
Church of England 

Wesleyan 

Church of England 
Presbyterian 



Church of England 



Presbyterian 

Church of England 
Presbyterian 



Sept. 17, 
Dec. 21, 
July 29, 
April 22, 
June 25, 
Mar. 29, 
Sept. 18, 
May 11, 

May 12, 

Mar. 16, 

June 4, 

Dec. 12, 

Mar. 31, 

Dec. 16, 

May 24, 
Dec. 17, 
April 10, 
July 16, 
May 23, 
May 12, 

Sept. 20, 
May 14, 
Oct. 6, 
Aug. 5, 
May 17, 
June 13, 
Dec. 27, 
April 7, 
June 22, 
Mar. 11, 
July 23, 
Dec. 24, 
April 22, 
Aug. 7, 
Mar. 4, 
May 1 , 
Nov. 16, 
April 28, 
June 11, 
Feb. 7, 
Feb. 7, 
Jan. 6, 
June 18, 
Dec. 23, 
April 22, 
May 8, 



1884 
1856 
1863 
1874 
1876 
1894 
1870 
1884 

1856 
1884 
1869 
1886 
1889 
1878 



1857 
1853 
1872 
1876 
1887 

1860 
1873 
1883 
1866 
1881 
1880 
1895 
1881 
1892 
1885 
1880 
1881 
1894 
1892 
1884 
1886 
1889 
J 890 
1892 
1893 
1890 
1902 
1887 
1889 
1893 
1894 



Aug. 1, 

Oct. 1, 

Dec. 1 , 

Feb. 1, 

Jan. 12, 

Oct. 10, 

Oct. 20, 

May 2, 

Feb. 1, 
July 1, 
Sept. 21, 
Sept. 13, 
June 9, 
June 23, 

Aug. 1 , 
Dec. 10, 
July 15, 
Oct. 16, 
July 5, 
Mar. 27, 



Jan. 
May 
Dec. 
July 
Feb. 
Aug. 
April 
Sept. 
Mar. 
July 
iMar. 11, 
Mar. 19, 
July 2, 
Sept. 11, 
Oct. 21, 
Nov. 8, 
Feb. 11, 
Mar 24, 
May 17, 
June 21, 
Aug. 3 , 
Aug. 9, 
Aug. 21, 
Nov. 6, 
Feb. 14, 
Feb. 7, 



1920 


Oct. 1 


, 1921 


1917 


Oct. 1 


, 1917 


1907 


Dec. 1 


1907 


1918 


Feb. 1 


, 1918 


1914 


July 1 


, 1921 


1921 


Mar. 10 


, 1922 


1905 


Dec 1 


1920 


1921 


May 2 


1921 


1886 


Mar. 1 


1903 


1912 


Oct. 1 


1921 


1918 


Sept. 21 


1918 


1919 


June 1 


1921 


1915 


Nov. 1 


1919 


1921 


June 23 


1921 


1915 


Feb. 1 


1917 


1892 


July 23 


1895 


1907 


July 15 


1907 


1912 


Oct. 16 


, 1912 


1913 


July 5 


, 1913 


1920 


Oct. 1 


1921 


1898 


Sept. 1 


, 1916 


1903 


April 1 


, 1914 


1921 


Dec. 1 


1921 


1902 


July 7 


1902 


1912 


Feb. 1 


1912 


1913 


Aug. 1 


1913 


1918 


April 1 


1920 


1918 


Sept. 1 


1918 


1919 


Mar. 1 


1919 


1919 


July 1 


1919 


1920 


Mar. 11 


1920 


1920 


Mar. 19 


1920 


1920 


July 2 


1920 


1920 


Sept. 11 


1920 


1920 


Oct. 21 


1920 


1920 


Nov. 8 


1920 


1921 


Feb. 11 


1921 


1921 


Mar. 24 


1921 


1921 


May 17 


1921 


1921 


June 21 


1921 


1921 


Aug. 3 


1921 


1921 


Aug. 9, 


1921 


1921 


Aug. 21 


1921 


1919 


Nov. 6, 


1919 


1921 Feb. 14 


1921 


1921 


Feb. 7, 


1921 



S2,700 
2,6*0 
1 5OO 
1 5OO 
1,800 

1320 
1.320 

1,680 
1 l40 
1,980 
1,260 
1,200 



26O 
26O 
26O 
260 
020 

I6O 
860 
320 
140 
140 
140 

;o8o 



020 
020 
020 
020 
020 
020 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
1,080 
960 



(a) Resigned March 31, 1922. 

(b) Resigned March 31, 1922. 

(c) Resigned March 31, 1922. 



44 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



LIST OF OFFICERS— Co nfmuecZ 



13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 



As ON !iL\RCH 31, 1922 — Continued 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 



Name 


Rank 


Creed 


Date of 
Birth 


Date of first 

Permanent 

Appointment 


Date of 

Present 

Appointment 


Salarj- 


General — 

Patchell, \V. A Warden 

Green, Thos. B. M. D. Surgeon (part time) 

Vert Rev \lbert E Phnnlnin 


Church of England 
Presbyterian 

Roman Catholic. 
Church of England 

Presbyterian. .... 
Roman Catholic . 
Methodist 

Presbyterian 

Roman Catholic. 

Presbyterian 

Church of England 

Church of England 

Presbyterian 

Church of England 

Presbyterian 

Church of England 

Methodist 

Presbyterian 

Methodist 

Church of England 

Presbyterian 

Church of England 

Roman Catholic. 

Presbyterian 

Church of England 
Methodist 

Roman Catholic. 
Presbj'terian 

Church of England 
Presbj'terian 


\ug. 12, lS62Aug. 18, 1890 
\ug. 15, 1874 Mar. 8, 1921 
Nov. 1, 1869 May 16, 1904 
Julv 26, 1867 Nov. 1, 1919 
Feb. 23, 1856 June 29, 1895 
Feb. 10, lS75;April 13, 1921 
.Mar. 26. lS69'June 15, 1914 
Oct. 23, ISyOiJune 8, 1921 


Oct. 1, 1921 
Mar. 8, 1921 
May 16, 1904 
Nov. 1, 1919 
June 29, 1895 
April 13, 1921 
June 15. 1914 
June 8, 1921 
Sept. 1, 1913 
Sept. 1, 1913 
Sept. 1, 1913 
June 1, 1921 

Aug. 1, 1911 

Aug. 9, 1911 
Feb. 14, 1921 

Dec 14, 1921 
Aug. 24, 1921 

Jan. 1, 1921 
Jan. 1, 1922 
Dec 1, 1913 
Julv 1, 1910 
June 1, 1911 
Oct. 1, 1911 
Nov. 1, 1912 
Mar. 1, 1913 
Julv 1, 1913 
Mav 1, 1914 
Mav 1, 1914 
No"v. 1, 1914 
Dec. 1, 1914 
Feb. 15, 1919 
Aug. 15, 1919 
Aug. 15, 1919 
Mar. 1, 1919 
Sept. 13, 1920 
April 1, 1921 
April 1, 1912 
April 1, 1921 
April 4, 1921 
Oct. 22, 1921 
May 20, 1921 
Mav 30. 1921 


82.700 
1.500 
1,500 




.< 1 


1.500 


Harvey, James W 

Marshall, Jesse j 

Emerv. Frank B i 

Butler Charle* E 


Accountant 

Schoolmaster 

Clerical Assistant 

Warden's Clerk 


2.160 
1,320 
1,380 
1,260 


Norman, Harry F ,, 
Robertson, Robert J. . 

Devine, Patrick 

Mackenzie, D. C 

Industrial — 

Imlah, John 

McLellan, James 

Bresser, T 

Jamieson, James 


Hospital Nurse 

Steward 

Assistant Steward 

Storekeeper 

C.T.I 

Industrial Guiird Carpen- 
ter 

" Farmer.. 
.Shoe- 
maker. 
Tailor . 

Chief Keeper 

Chief Watchman 


KprW 30, 1874 
Jan. 28, 1865 
Julv 20. 1875 
Aug. 25, 1868 

July 20, 1860 

Nov. 14, 1866 
Aug. 6, 1886 

Sept. 25. 1878 
Feb. 18, 1891 

Aug. 8. 1887 
Oct. 14, 1881 
Sept. 13. 1891 
Oct. 4, 1881 
Feb. 25, 1885 
Oct. 18, 1876 
Dec. 19. 1878 
Julv 14, 1890 


June 1, 1906 
Oct. 11, 1887 
April 8, 1901 
Mar. 4, 1904 

May 15, 1900 

Aug. 9, 1911 
Feb. 14, 1921 

Dec. 14, 1921 
Aug. 24, 1921 

May 21, 1920 
Jan. 12, 1920 
Dec. 1, 1913 
Julv 1, 1910 
June 1, 1911 
Oct. 1, 1911 
Nov. 1, 1912 
.Mar. 1. 1913 


1,260 
1,680 
1,260 
1,320 

1,800 

1,260 
1,080 

1,080 
1,080 


Police— 

Trollope, George W . . . 
McKenzie, Hector . . 

Douglass, Robert 

Mullins B. \ 


1,740 
1,320 
1.140 




1,140 


Johnson, Harry 


it 


1,140 


i( 


1,140 


Pettigrew, John 


11 


1,140 


" 


1,140 


North, A T 


« 


May 14, 1885 Julv 1, 1913 


1,140 




u 


May 30, 1893 
Mav 24. 1884 
.\ug. 15, 1893 
Dec. 2. 1883 
April 20, 1883 
Feb. 25, 1885 
,Iune 24, 18S6 


Mav 1, 1914 
Mav 1, 1914 
Nov. 1, 1914 
Dec 1, 1914 
Feb. 15, 1919 
Aug. 15, 1919 
Aug. 15. 1919 


1,140 




" 


1,140 






1,080 




« 


1,080 


Bennett, William A... 
Wright, William 


:: • 


1,080 
1,080 
1,080 




June 24, 1887' Mar. 1, 1919 
April 17, 1899 Sept. 13, 1920 
Dec. 8, 187S .April 1. 1921 


1,080 




1,020 


Grav, Charles H. . . . 


« 


960 




X 


July 16, 1899 
Aug. 29, 1894 
Dec 13, 1886 
Feb. 16, 1884 
Mar. 22, 1889 
Sept. 18. 1892 


.April 1, 1912 
April 1, 1921 
.April 4, 1921 
Oct. 22, 1921 
May 20, 1921 
Mav 30, 1921 


960 


Pittendrigh, G. B. 


" 


960 




« 


960 




" 


960 


Wiggins, F. H. 


« 


960 






960 








ALBERTA 


Cashman, J.J 


Accountant 


Roman Catholic. . 


April 15, 1857 Aug. 1, 1906 


Aug. 1, 1906 


$2,160 




S 


ASKATCHEWAN 


General — 

Macleod, W. J. 




Presbj'terian 

Church of England 
Roman Catholic . 

Church of England 

Presbj'terian 

Church of England 

Presbj'terian 

Methodist . 

Roman Catholic. . 


.Aug. 7, 1868 
Dec. 21, 1870 
May 3, 1869 
June 12, 1856 
Sept. 4, 1882 
Jan. 14, 1882 

June 27, 1881 
Jan. 17, 1886 
July 23, 1881 
Oct. 21, 1879 
Feb. 28, 1890 
June 9, 1886 
Mar. 30, 1889 
Dec 8. 1877 


Jan. 1, 1896 
Sept. 1, 1913 
Oct. 3, 1921 
Oct. 1, 1916 
Sept. 1, 1913 
April 12, 1912 

July 1, 1921 
Aug. 1, 1912 
June 11, 1921 
July 1, 1919 
June 1, 1912 
Aug. 1. 1913 
June 1, 1916 
Mar. 16. 192C 


Mar. 25, 1914 
Sept. 1, 1913 
Oct. 3, 1921 
Oct. 1, 1916 
Sept. 1, 1916 
April 12, 1912 

Julv 1, 1921 
June 1, 192C 
June 11, 1921 
Julv 1, 191f 
Mar. 10, 192C 
Feb. 1, 19U 
.Aug. 1, 19H 
Mar. 16, 192( 


S3, 300 


Chisholm,J.S.. M. D. 


Surgeon 


1,680 
1,000 


Gabillon, Rev V 




1,000 


Carrier, L. G 

Serjeant, F 

Mcintosh, A 

Chapman, P. D 

WaU, C.F 


Accountant 

Warden's Clerk 

School Teacher and 

Librarian 

Clerical Assistant 

Steward 


2,040 
1,380 

1,320 
1,320 
1,200 


Tabbutt, J. .. . 


1,620 




Assistant Steward 


1,140 




1,980 


Steinman, A. M 

Dussault, J. D.. 


Assistant Engineer 


1,380 
1,020 









(a) Resigned November 15, 1912, reappointed April 1, 1913. 



LIST OF OFFICERS 



45 



SESSIONAL PAPER- No. 20 



LIST OF OimCEIiS— Concluded 

As ox March 31, 1922 — Concluded 

SASKATCHEWAN— Conc?wdfrf 



Xanie 



Industrial — 

Allan, R.M 

Cowie, G 

Anderson, J. A.. . 
McCullough, W. A 

Darby, C.S 

Tresidder, G. H.. 

Phillips, W.J 

Rogers, H. C 

Wootton, T.J 

Jackson, T 

Police — 

Wyllie, R 

Doolan, P 

O'Sullivan, D 

Hanson, A 

Wilson, R.C. H.. 

Blanc, P 

Green, C.H 

Temperton, J. R.. 

MacLeod, J 

Hangerud, M. B. . 

White, H 

Watkinson, J. V.. . 

Matthews, J 

Roberts, H 

Cox, W.B 

Tarr, J 

Moore, S 

Rowley, J. S 

Cameron, J. D.. , . 

Akers, J. B 

McKeen, A 

Gillingham, W . A. 

Utlev, J. A 

Beal,F 

Dollin, F. L 



Rank 



Chief Trade Instructor 
Industrial Guard Tailor. 
Farm.. . . 
" Shoe- 
maker. 
" Mason... 
Black- 
smith . 
Brick- 
maker. 
" Farm. . . 
" Mason . . 
" C;<.rpen- 
ter 



Deput\' Warden . 

Chief Keeper 

Chief Watchman. 
Guard 



Creed 



Presbyterian 

Baptist 

Presbyterian 

Church of England 



Methodist . 



Baptist 

Methodist 

Church of England 



Presbyterian 

Roman Catholic. 



Lutheran 

Presbyterian 

Roman Catholic. 
Church of England 
Presbyterian 



Church of England 

Presbyterian 

Church of England 



Presbyterian 

Church of England 

Presbyterian 

Church of England 



Methodist . 



Date of 
Birth 



April 13, 
June 14, 
Aug. 4, 

Sept. 20, 
June 22, 



1889 
1S72 
1887 

1874 
1884 



June 11, 188; 



1864 

1894 



Oct. 28, 
Dec. 24, 
April 18, 



Mar. 11, 1883 



July 

April 

May 

April 

Mav 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Aug. 

Dec. 

Aug. 

June 

June 

Mar. 

Mav 

NoV. 

April 

July 

Mar. 

June 

April 

Feb. 

Dec. 

July 



1882 
1881 
1863 
1881 
1885 
1888 
1891 
1889 
1885 
1894 
1891 
1886 
1880 
1886 
1894 
1892 
1891 
1885 
1895 
;S90 
1900 
1887 
1921 
1897 
1881 



Date of first 

Permanent 

Appointment 



Aug. 1 
June 28 
June 1 

July 17 
Sent. 11 

Sept. 1 

Oct. 15 
June 1 
June 1 

June 8 



July 1 

June 1 

May 1 

Jan. 1 

Mar. 1 

April 1 

Feb. 1 

Aug. 1 

May 6 

Oct. 1 

Oct. 1 

Oct. 6 

Feb. 21 

Feb. 21 

May 21 

June 1 

June 28 

Jan. 20 

Jan. 21 

April 7 

July 19 

Mav 2 

Mav 6 

May 19 

June 1 1 



1913 
1911 
1914 

1919 
1919 



l')19 
1920 
1920 

1920 

1912 
1911 
1911 
1912 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 



Date of 

Present 

Appointment 



Nov. 1 
June 28 
June 1 

July 17 
Sept. 11 

Sept. I 

Oct. 15 
June 1 
June 1 

June 8 



May 

May 

May 

Jan. 

Mar. 

April 

Feb. 

Aug. 

May 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Feb. 21 

Feb. 21 

May 

June 

June 

Jan. 

Jan. 

April 

July 

Mav 

May 6 

May 19 

June 11 



1913 
1911 
1914 

1919 
1919 

1919 

1919 
1920 
1920 

1920 

1914 
1914 
1911 
1912 
1917 
1918 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1919 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 



Salary' 



,800 
260 
260 

200 
200 

,200 

200 
140 
140 

,140 

160 
860 
500 
140 
080 
080 
080 
080 
080 
080 
080 
080 
020 
020 
020 
020 
020 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 
960 



i 



13 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 21 A. 1923 



REPORT 



OF THE 



ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE 



FOR THE 



YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 30, 1922 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF PARLIAMENT 




OTTAWA 

F. A. ACLAND 

PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY 

1923 



13 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 21 , A. 1923 



To General His Excellency the Right Ronourahle Lord Byng of Ymny, G.C.B.^ 
G.C.M.G., M.Y.O., Governor General and Corrnmander in Chief of the Dominion 
of Canada. 

May it please Your Excellency: 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Excellency the Annual Report 
of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for the year ended September 30, 1922. 
Respectfully submitted, 

LOMER GOUm, 

Minister in control of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. 
January, 1923. 



21— U 



13 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 21 A. 1923 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page 

Report of the Commissioner 5 

Appendix A 33 

Appendix B 45 

Appendix C 49 



13 GEORGE V 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 21 



A. 1923 



ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE 



H'EAIKiUARTERS, 

Ottawa, Ont., 1922. 
The Honourable the Minister 

in control of the Koyal Canadian Mounted Police, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — I have the honour to submit herewith the x\nnual Report of the Royal 
Canadian Mounted Police for the year ending September 30, 1922. 



strength and distribution of the force 

On that date the strength of the force was 64 officers, 1,163 non-commissioned 
officers and constables and 656 horses. On the corresponding date in 1921 the strength 
was 70 officers, 1,610 non-commissioned officers and constables, and 795 horses. The 
strength of the force thus has decreased from 1,680 to 1,227, or by 453, making 27 
per cent. This reduction, which took place in accordance with the policy of the Govern- 
ment, and which is still proceeding, has been effected without having recourse to dis- 
missals, within the time required. The overhead expenses were cut down by the 
abolition of the squadrons at Brandon and Macleod, the reduction of the squadron at 
Ottawa to about one-third of its former strength, and the abolition of the sub-district 
at Portage la Prairie. In addition, 8 officers and 10 senior non-commissioned officers 
were retired to pension, and a large number of constables were granted free discharges. 

The following shows the distribution in the several provinces and territories on 
September 30, 1922 :— 





;-4 
o 

n 

's 
s 

o 

o 


OJ 

s 

"m 

o 

o 

< 


to 
IS 

_c 
'u 

g. 


03 

s 

O 

o 
a 

to 

c 
i— 1 


o 

3 


c 
o 
o 
M 

3 

m 
>, 

> 

02 

03 

< 


% 

<D 

it; 
in 


3 
1 

s 

m 


o 
ft 

o 


03 

3 
O 

O 


03 

03 
m 
3 
O 

O 

is 

'a 
aj 
a 

m 


"3 
o 
H 

79 
37 
41 

288 

71 

274 

173 

175 

51 

27 

4 

7 

1227 


o 

A 

o3 


s 

c3 

0) 


m 

'S 

O 


"3 
o 


O 

Q 


Headquarters Staff 


1 


1 


2 


3 

1 
1 
5 
3 
10 

9 
3 
2 


1 




9 

1 
1 
8 
3 
9 
7 
8 
4 
2 
1 


11 
3 

7 
21 

38 

12 

17 

3 

3 


10 
4 

7 

29 

14 

48 

31 

27 

8 

3 

] 

1 

183 


24 
27 
24 

206 
42 

152 
96 

102 

28 

15 

2 

5 

723 


17 
1 
1 

16 
1 

11 

18 

11 

4 

2 

82 












































3 
1 
4 
2 

"l 






60 

32 

251 

119 

124 

4 


4 
2 

25 

22 

6 

6 


1 


64 
• 34 
276 
142 
130 

10 














24 


Saskatchewan 






1 


1 










10 






1 
















24 












60 
































1 


















1 


2 


13 


2 


1 


53 




590 




1 


656 






45 


122 


65 


118 



1 




5 


2 




11 


1 




15 


2 


(1 Depot) 


24 


2 




23 


1 




24 


1 




12 
8 

1 
1 


11 




124 



ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
On the same date the distribution into posts and detachments was as follows: — 

Divisional Posts Detachments 

Maritime Provinces 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan ^ 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Yukon Territory 

Northwest Territories 

Baffin Island 

Ellesmere Island 



VOLUME OF WORK 

While there has heen a reduction in numbers there has been an increase in work; 
I estimate it at about one-ninth. Whereas last year nearly 12,600 investigations were 
made, the total number this year has exceeded 14,000. The increase has been heaviest 
in regard to federal statutes ; the force has rendered constant service to other depart- 
ments in enforcing the penalty clauses of legislation in which they are interested. 
The decrease has been in our reserve squadrons, and has not greatly affected our 
detachments, though it has been necessary to reduce the strength of many of them. 

The detailed statistics reveal at once the volume of the work performed, and the 
marked increase in it. The following is a comparative statement for the years ending 
September 30, 1921 and 1922, respectively: — 

Total Investigations Tear Ended September 30. 1921 

Federal statutes 3,675 

Criminal Code 513 

Provincial statutes and parks regulations 172 

Investigations for other departments 8,235 

12,595 



Total Investigations Tear Ended September 30. 1922 

Federal statutes 5,235 

Criminal Code 470 

Provincial statutes and parks regulations 219 

Investigations for other departments 8,108 



14,032 



An increase of 1,437 investigations; or 11.4 per cent. 

While a slight drop in the number of investigations under the Criminal Code 
and investigations for other departments is recorded, there is, as already noted, a 
noticeable increase in the number of those of breaches of the federal statutes. 

The tables which follow set forth the details, alike as to the classes of cases 
handled, the Acts under which action has been taken, and the departments to which 
services have been rendered. ' i ! 



COMMISSIONER'S REPORT 7 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 21 

Kecapitulation of Cases investigated and Convictions made Under Federal Statutes 
and Criminal Code in all Provinces, and under Provincial Statutes and 
Dominion Parks Eegulations in Province of Alberta, from October 1, 192'1, 
to September 30, 1922. 





Cases 
Investi- 
gated 


Convic- 
tions 


Dis- 
missed 

or 
With- 
drawn 


Await- 
ing 
trial 


Handed 
over 
to 
Depart- 
ment 
con- 
cerned 


Still 
under 
Investi- 
gation 


No 

prose- 
cution 
entered 


Total 


Federal Statutes — 
British Columbia 


1,295 

568 

1,420 

601 

540 

661 

102 

16 

32 


364 

379 

644 

274 

245 

338 

92 

13 

26 


59 

29 

61 

29 

43 

64 

5 

3 

6 


2 

29 

4 

1 
38 


48 
1 
5 
2 
5 


33 

2 

56 

8 

75 


789 
157 
625 
292 
238 
146 
5 


1,295 


Alberta 


568 


Saskatchewan 


1,420 




601 


Ontario 


540 


Quebec 


661 




102 










16 












32 
















5,235 


2,375 


299 


74 


61 


174 


2,252 


5,235 


Criminal Code — 


16 
143 
35 
30 
72 
75 
46 
21 
32 


8 
119 
24 
22 
60 
19 
28 
17 
15 


2 

19 

5 

8 
11 

7 
1 
4 

1 






3 
1 
6 


3 


16 


Alberta 


4 




143 




35 








30 




1 
26 
17 








72 


Quebec 




14 


9 


75 




46 










21 




12 






4 


32 












470 


312 


58 


60 




24 


16 


470 


Provincial Statutes and Dominion 
Parks Regulations — 


188 

2 

29 


176 

1 
29 


12 

1 










188 












2 












•29 


















219 


206 


13 










2l9 















Recapitulation of Investigations made at the Request of other Departments, other than Breaches of 
the Federal Statutes, from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 

British Columbia 608 

Alberta 1.017 

Saskatchewan 1'9§„ 

Manitoba 1.302 

Ontario 1 > "^i 

Quebec 1.780 

Maritime Provinces 208 

Yukon 158 

Northwest Territories 10 

8,108 



Rbvcapitulation of all Investigations undertaken from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922 

Federal statutes 

Criminal Code 

Provincial statutes and parks regulations 

Investigations for other departments 



5,235 
470 
219 

8,108 

14,032 



8 



ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE 



13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

Return Showing Total Number of Investigations made and Prosecutions Entered 
for all Provinces under the Various Federal Statutes from October 1, 1921, 
to September 30, 1922. 





Cases 
Investi- 
gated 


Convic- 
tions 


Dis- 
missed 

or 
With- 
drawn 


Await- 
ing 
trial 


Handed 
over 
to 
Depart- 
ment 
con- 
cerned 


Still 
under 
Investi- 
gation 


No 

prose- 
cution 
entered 


Total 


Agriculture Act 


4 

6 

14 

73 

84 

7 

107 

119 

13 

1 

7 

622 

1,606 

219 

3 

32 

65 

15 

5 

1,694 

2 

4 

63 

4 

287 

166 

1 

6 

2 

4 


2 
1 










2 

5 

2 

68 

19 


4 


Air Board Act 


1 








6 


Animal Contagious Diseases Act. . . 


11 






14 


Chinese Immigration Act 


5 
9 


1 


73 


Customs Act 


51 

5 

18 
98 
10 


2 
2 


2 


84 


Dominion Statistics Act 


7 


Explosives Act 








89 
6 
2 

2 

113 

884 

69 

1 

11 

37 


107 


Fisheries Act 


15 
1 








119 


Forest Reserves and Parks Act.. . . 








13 


Fugitive Offenders Act 






1 
1 
7 
45 
2 

6 

15 


1 


Income Tax Act 


4 
448 
598 
132 








7 


Indian Act 


33 

59 

2 


2 
19 


19 

1 

14 

2 


622 


Inland Revenue Act 


1,606 


Immigration Act . . . 


219 


Leprosy Act 


3 


Migratory Birds Act 


13 
3 

12 

3 

800 

1 
1 
6 
4 


2 




32 


Militia Act 




10 


65 


Northwest Game Act 


3 

2 

172 




15 


Northwest Territories Act 










5 


Opium and Drug Act 


37 




61 


624 

1 

2 

23 


1,694 


Patent Medicines Act 


2 


Penitentiaries Act 








1 
28 


4 


Post Office Act 


3 


3 




63 


Public Works Act 


4 


Radiotelegraph Act 










287 

1 
1 
3 


287 


Railway Act 


160 


2 






3 


166 


Special War Revenue Act 






1 


Ticket of Leave Act 


3 

2 










6 


Weights and Measures Act 










2 


Miscellaneous 






1 


3 




4 














5,235 


2,375 


299 


74 


61 


174 


2,250 


5,235 



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Eetlrn Showing Total Kumber of Investigations made and Prosecutions Entered 
under the Criminal Code from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Cases 
entered 



Offences against the Person — 

Murder 

Manslaughter. 

Shooting with intent 

Assault, common 

Assault, causing bodily harm 

Assault, indecent 

Suicide, attempted 

Abduction 

Carnal knowledge, girl under 14 

Intimidation by threats 

Drugging with intent 

Defamatory libel 

Conspiracy to commit an indictable of- 
fence 



Offences against Property — 

Theft 

Theft from H. M. Mails 

False pretences 

House and shop-breaking 

Burglary 

Breaking and entering 

■ Receiving stolen property 

Forgery and uttering 

Fraud 

Cruelty to animals 

Cattle killing 

Killing dog 

• Theft of cars under seizure 

Fraudulent Ij' wearing "A" Class badge 

Unlawfully wearing military uniform — 

Buying and receiving military property. 

Receiving rifles from militiamen 

Possession of public stores 

Wilful damage to property 

False trade marks 

False statements 

In possession of wreck 



Offences against public order — 
Alien in possession of firearms. 
Illegally selling firearms 



Offences against religion and tnorals- 

Creating disturbance 

Vagrancy 

Drunk and disorderly 

Keeping house of illfame 

Inmate house of illfame 

Running an opium joint 

Indecent Act 

Procuring 

Bigamy 

Prostitution of Indian woman. . . 

Buggery 

Nuisance in public place 



Misleading Justice- 
Perjury 



Corruption and disobedience — 
Obstructing peace officer. . . . 

Bribing peace officer 

Assaulting peace ofl&cer 

Impersonating peace officer. 



12 
2 
7 
5 

470 



Con- 
victions 



Dis- 
missed 
or with- 
drawn 



61 



10 



312 



Await- 
ing trial 



58 



12 



Still 
under 
investi- 
gation 



Xo 
prose- 
cution 
entered 



60 



Total 



24 



16 



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13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

Eeturx Showing Total Xumber of Investigations made and Prosecutions Entered 
tinder Municipal By-laws in the Yukon Territory and the Provincial Statutes 
in the Provinces, from October 1. 1921, to September 30, 1922. 





Cases 
entered 


Convic- 
tions 


Dis- 
missed or 
with- 
drawn 


Awating 
trial 


Still 
under 
investi- 
gation 


Total 


YUKOX 

City bv-laws 


6 
4 
8 

6 

6 
56 

7 
6 
6 
2 

3 
27 

7 
28 
40 

2 


6 
4 
8 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
6 

6 
50 

7 
6 
6 








6 


Game ordinances 








4 










8 


Motor ordinances ... 






























Interdiction. 




















Insanity 








6 


Albrrta 
Provincial Statutes — 
Masters and Servants \ct 








6 


Liquor Act 


6 






56 


Game Act 






7 


Health Act 








6 


Mines Act 








6 


Insanitv Act 


2 






2 


Dominion Parks Regulations — 
Trapping and hunting 


3 
27 

7 
24 
40 

1 






3 


Motor vehicles. 








27 


Unsealed weapons 








7 


Gambling 


4 






28 


Miscellaneous 






40 


M.\xrroBA 
Manitoba Game Act 


1 






2 












219 


206 


13 






219 











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Return Showing Total Number of Investigations made for otlier Departments, in all 
Provinces from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



— 


oS 

|5 


Eh 
< 


1 

a: 


O 

'S 
a 


o 

03 
C 

o 


u 

s 

a 


.11 


c 
o 


m 

(D O 
II 


o 

H 


Finance Department.. 


1 

4 

2 

16 

138 

12 

11 

7 

6 

182 
2 
3 
2 


3 
2 
18 
86 
4 
3 

23 

12 

1 

550 
70 
30 

7 
3 
4 
5 


3 

11 

28 

123 

5 
14 

9 
25 


2 
10 
12 
16 

6 
19 
24 
12 


12 

"n 

62 
9 

80 

19 
8 

27 

1,377 
5 

1 
7 

19 
8 

10 
53 
38 
2 
2 
5 
1 
4 
4 
2 
2 


21 

2 
36 
248 
53 
29 
29 
17 
43 

716 

19 

303 

3 

64 
18 


3 






45 






29 




8 
3 
6 
9 






116 


ItDinigration Department 


13 




567 




221 


Militia and Defence Department 






166 






115 










81 


Secretary of State Department 

Secretary of State, Naturalization 








77 


470 
3 
3 
1 

3 

5 


1,052 

25 

8 


41 

1 
6 
5 

2 

1 

70 

12 


8 




4,396 




125 








346 


Department of Marine and Fisheries.. 
Department Soldiers' Civil Re-estab- 






15 






36 










18 










153 










88 






2 








40 
















2 












4 


1 






7 
















5 




















1 




















4 












6 


1 






11 
















2 




















2 












11 
3 








11 




















3 


Department Attorney General, Nova 












3 
9 






3 




















9 


Cases handled temporarily in absence 






9 

290 

11 


58 
58 


5 

144 
28 








72 


Enquiries for missing persons 


130 

88 
1 
1 
1 

1 


169 
19 


104 
45 


27 


80 
31 




1,002 


Enquiries for other Police forces 


222 
1 




5 
3 


3 

1 
15 










14 


2 
5 
3 


25 












10 


Miscellaneous 




45 


6 




12 


82 




608 


1,017 


1,034 


1,302 


1,991 


1,780 


208 


158 


10 


8,108 



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13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

Eeturx of Arrests made and Prosecutions Entered by the Eoyal Canadian Mounted 
Police under the Opium and Narcotic Drug Act 'between October 1, 1921, to 
September 30, 1922. 





i 

111 
isl 

2 a<» 


-3 
II 

ii 


1 = 


-.* c 
o— " 


IS 

z 


^ g. 


Quantitj- of Drugs seized 


Quantity of other apparatus 
seized 




Name of 
Drug 


Quantity 


Xame of Article 


Quantity 


1002 


1,017 


800 


348 


Yrs. Mos. D. 
120 2 8 


470 


$62,410 00 


Opium 


lb. oz. gr. 

414 8 185 


Opium cooking plants. . . . 
" " pans .... 
" smoking pipes.... 
" " bowls... 
" " stems... 
" ■' lamps... 
" ■' scrapers 
" " needles. 
" scales 


10 

571 

1,257 

49 
209 
508 

70 
102 

75 




Cocaine. . 
Morphine. 
Heroin — 


883 33 
292 
72 325 




1,247 358 




■' containers 


4 
30 




HjTJodermic needles. . . . 
Miscellaneous apparatus. 


25 
19 






2,929 



CLASSES OF WORK DONE 

It will be observed that the foregoing statistics fall under four headings. 

1. The enforcement of federal statutes is the regular work of the force; it 
consists of the enforcement of the penalty clauses of the various federal statutes in 
which federal departments are directly interested. 

2. As regards the Criminal Code, the force is responsible for the maintenance of 
law and order in the Northwest Territories, Yukon, National parks, and Indian 
reserves. It also enforces the provisions of the Criminal Code in all cases where 
departments of the Federal Government are concerned, such as theft of Government 
property, frauds in connection with the Post OflB.ce, currency, etc. In other cases 
the provincial administrations are responsible. 

3. As regards provincial statutes and parks regulations, by special arrangement 
between the Federal Government and the Provincial Governments of Alberta and 
British Columbia, both the federal and provincial laws are enforced by this force in 
the federal parks in these two provinces. 

T. By investigations for other departments is meant the special inquiries and 
investigations concerning departmental matters, made at the request of Federal 
Government departments; and also special inquiries made to assist Provincial Police 
departments. 

To these aspects of our work I shall revert on a later page. 



ACTIVITY IX PATROLLIXG 

These extremely diverse activities do not exhaust the duties performed by the 
force ; some of these involve much labour without bringing returns which can be 
exhibited in statistics, but none the less are important. For example, in many 
parts of the country an immense number of patrols are necessary. When members 
of the force are sent out on these, it is customary to charge them with the execution 
of such specific investigations as have been called for in the neighbourhood to be 
visited, but even if there are none of these, it is essential to keep ourselves acquainted 
with general conditions in considerable areas. Often a patrol by members of the 
force brings to light conditions which otherwise would not become known — violations 



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of customs or excise regulations, the existence of undesirable propaganda, the 
improper storing of explosives, carelessness in observing quarantine or other regula- 
tions of the Department of Agriculture, debauching of Indians, or, on some occasions, 
the existence of distress or destitution which call for remedy. Leaving aside our 
Arctic journeys, a® of a si>eciail' natm-e, we have in the past year made some patrols in 
northern British Columbia, where unrest among certain Indian bands made it 
desirable to strengthen the hands of the Indian Department. Another area where 
interesting patrols were made was the Queen Charlotte islands. Again, the making 
of tlaese tours of inspection arid investigation sometimesi tends to decrease our 
statistical returns by preventing irregularities; for example, in certain waters the 
convictions for breaches of the fisheries regulations have decreased because our visits 
have caused these regulations to be observed. 



ASSISTANCE TO PKOVINCES 

A certain amount of work has been done in giving assistance to provinces, and 
as most of these cases were of a somewhat exceptional nature, they present features 
of interest. 

BANK ROBBERIES ALONG THE INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY IN MANITOBA 

On September 29, the following telegram from the Attorney General of Manitoba 
was received by the Honourable the Minister of Justice: — 

"Manitoba Government desires Royal Canadian Mounted Police to co- 
operate with and assist Manitoba Police in apprehending bank robbers who are 
operating in southern and western Manitoba. These robbers apparently enter 
from United 'States and also commit breaches Customs laws. Banks at 
McGregor, Killaxney and Melita, Manitofba, have been robbed recently with 
extreme violence, recent rohiberies also in Moosomin and Ceylon. Saskatchewan 
situation is difficult to cope with but we feel same can be handled if we have 
full co-operation and assistance of your police." 

On your instructions the Officer Commanding Manitoba District took steps to 
arrange for our full co-operation. After consulting with the Attorney General he 
strengthened our existing detachments along the international boundary in Manitoba, 
established additional ones at the most advantageous points and arranged an 
effective patrol along the boundary in Manitoba by federal and provincial police. 
The robberies were being committed by a gang of hold-up men from the United 
States, who apparently made their headquarters at Minot, IST.D. They would select 
a bank in a small town adjacent to the international boundary, cross into Canada in 
high-powered automobiles after dark, and return to the American side after having 
blown the safe and secured all the cash and valuable securities. The members of 
the force detailed to this duty carried out their work in a satisfactory manner. 

After the road crossing the international boundary had become impassable for 
traffic on account of snow, the following letter, dated November 11, was received 
from the Deputy Attorney General of Manitoba: — 

"I am directed by the Honourable the Attorney General to advise you 
that it is felt you can now safely remove from the patrol along the inter- 
national boundary, all members of your force whom you so kindly sent there to 
assist us in maintaining law and order. ^^ 

"We wish to thank you for the good assistance rendered in these matters. 

The additional temporary detachments were then withdrawn and the special 
boundary patrols discontinued. 



14 ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
ARREST OF CRIMINALS IN CAPE BRETON 

The following telegram was received on May 17 from the Deputy Attorney 
General of Xova Scotia : — 

'• This department desires services member or members Royal Canadian 
Mounted Police to arrest under bench warrant in remote part of Cape Breton 
island criminals with whom local constables are unable to deal. If this depart- 
ment's request can be granted please insti-uct Inspector LajSTauze here." 

You approved of the force rendering the assistance requested and the officer 
commanding at Halifax was instructed to make the necessary arrangements. 

It appears that three brothers had been wanted by the Xova Scotia authorities 
since November, 1020, on a criminal charge of having caused grievous bodily harm. 
The three accused had managed to evade or defy the local authorities from time to 
time and had gained a reputation as desperate characters. The informatiotn fur- 
nished to us was to the effect that the accused were looked upon as outlaws and that 
they would resist arrest. After going into the details of the matter the officer com- 
manding at Halifax decided on a line of action and detailed Sergeant Blakeney 
and Constable Cook to the case. In order to reach the very remote part where 
the fugitives were susjpectcd to be living and in order effectively to carry out the 
plan of action decided upon, they were obliged to perfonn a long and hazardous jour- 
ney on foot, forty miles of which was done across an unknown section of the country 
in a pouring rain storm. By skilful conduct, our men effected the arrest of the three 
wanted men without finding it necessary to have recourse to violent measures, and 
escorted them to Sydney, X.S., where they were handed over to the provincial author- 
ities. 

A letter, dated May 31, 1922, has been received from the Deputy Attorney General 
of Xova Scotia, in which he writes: — 

" I desire to say that the services of the force in this connection have been 
most satisfactory; the local authorities have for months been endeavouring to 
effect the arrest of these criminals, who live in a remote part of the province 
and were reported to he dangerous and to have boasted that the authorities 
were afraid of them. Sergeant Blakeney with Constable Cook of the force 
accomplished their mission exi)editiously and effectively and the result will 
undoubtedly create a greater respect for the law than apparently has heretofore 
prevailed in the locality."' 

PROPOSED NOVA SCOTIA POLICE FORCE 

During the summer the Government of Nova Scotia entertained the project 
of establishing a proAincial constabulary, and solicited the aid of this force. On 
August 19, 1922, you received a telegram from the Honourable the Minister of 
Public Works and Klines of Nova Scotia in which, after announcing the intention 
of forming a provincial police force, he asked for the loan of some experienced 
members of this force for temporary service with the Nova Scotia force. On your 
instructions to comply being received, several non-commissioned officers, drawn from 
several divisions, were despatched to Nova Scotia, reporting to Lieut. -Colonel E. W. 
MacDonald, who had been appointed commissioner of the proposed provincial force. 
A change took place in the plans of the Government of Nova Scotia, the project was 
abandoned, and the police force which had been enrolled was disbanded on August 
28, our men returning on August 31. During their brief stay they acted in an 
advisory capacity. On September 2, Lieut.-Colonel MacDonald addi-essed to me a 
warmly worded letter of thanks in which the following paragraphs occur : — 

"I can not speak too highly of the soldierly and gentlemanly manner in 
which they conducted themselves during the time they were in Nova Scotia. 



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Besides being an asset, it was a very great pleasure to me, personally, to have 
had them associated with me. Cooper, Aitken, and Stangroom, the three with 
whom I came in closest contact, are, as you no doubt know, all men to tie to 
and of the sort to whom praise cannot begin to do justice. My one regret 
is that the policy followed would not permit a longer period of contact with 
them. 

" This letter would not be complete without a word of appreciation of the 
most valuable assistance, advice, help, and co-operation which I was given by 
Inspector LalSTauze. He did everything in his power to make my task a light 
one, and if it was not such it was not because he did not try hard enough to 
make it so." 

AID TO OTIIEE DEPARTMENTS 

This is an exceedingly important portion of our work. By far the greater 
amount of the assistance rendered to other departments is a matter of routine, to be 
set forth in our Btatisitical ta'bles; but some aspects of the work are interesting, 
and are noticed in the paragraphs which follow. 

Speaking generally, if the force did not undertake these duties they either would 
remain undone, to the detriment of the public service, or the various departments 
would have to make their own arrangements to perform them; in many cases this 
would mean the employment of private detectives. The employment of these has 
ceased; it is expensive, the charges being high, and in addition there is the drawback 
that the Government is in the position of employing i)erson)S engaged on delicate 
duties, without having satisfactory control over them. One result of the reorganiza- 
tion of 1&'20 has been the discontinuance of the services of those agencies. 

NATURALIZATION INVESTIGATIONS 

No small labour is incurred in reporting for the Secretary of State upon appli- 
s3ants for naturalization. The policy has been adopted by that department, when 
aliens apply for the privilege of becoming British subjects and citizens of Canada, 
of procuring independent and disinterested examination of their character -and con- 
duct. In many cases applicants live in remote places, or in settlements exclusively 
inhabited by people of foreign birth or origin; in other cases local circumstances 
forbid hope of disinterested reports being rendered by persons who in effect are 
neighbours of the applicant; and in addition reliance on local testimony might lead 
to perfunctory answers being given. Although more than four thousand such inves- 
tigations were made this year alone, all were conducted carefully and an independent 
statement of the facts bearing upon each application was made. In a number of 
cases it was ascertained that the applicants were not suitable for citizenship. 

PROTECTION OF DOCKYARDS 

In 1911 an arrangement was entered into between the Dominion Police and the 
Department of the Naval Service whereby the former assumed the duty of protecting 
the naval storehouses and dockyards at Halifax and Eequimalt, this including the 
scrutiny and inspection of persons entering and leaving these places. After some 
hesitation, it was decided that the expenses incurred should be borne by the Dominion 
Police vote. This arrangement persisted on the absorption by the Eoyal Canadian 
Mounted Police of the Dominion Police. Our total strengths at Halifax and Esqui- 
malt are 30 and 15 respectively, and of these at least 25 at the former and 12 at the 
latter station are performing this duty. The present understanding is that the naval 
authorities provide buildings, barrack furniture, etc., and that we pay for rei^airs, light, 
heat, telephone service, subsistence, etc. I estimate the cost of the purely dockyard 
duties to us to be approximately $50,000 a year. 



16 ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
THE AIR BOARD 

A good deal of work has been done in enforcing the reguhitions of the Air Board. 
Civil flying is carried on in Canada under control ; this fact seems imperfectly kn. nvn 
in the United States, and from time to time flying craft arrive from that country 
without complying with our regulations. In such cases our force co-operate with the 
offieere of the Air Board in taking the necessary steps. In most cases infractions 
have been innocent, but at times the omissions have been suspicious. On one occasion 
an American flying boat undertook to carry out commercial operations in connection 
with pulp limits in Northern Quebec without complying with the regulations ; a 
member of the force was despatched to the scene by aeroplane and detained the 
machine until its owners made the necessary arrangements with the Air Board. On 
several occasions action was taken with regard to attempted smuggling from Canada 
to the United States ; the only step which can be taken in such cases is the enforcement 
of strict compliance with aE regulations. 

Assistance of another sort has been given by providing a constable for protection 
of Government property at Camp Borden; the daily patrol there is some 18 mi^, 
much of it over rough trails. There had been considerable pilfering of Government 
stores ; some arrests have been made, but in the opinion of the Department of National 
Defence the principal service rendered is to be found in the cessation of thefts. 

NARCOTIC DRUGS 

An important and arduous task is the support of the Department of Public Health 
in enforcing the Opium and Narcotic Drugs Act. Reference was made in the last 
annual report to the calamitous nature of this traffi-e; I regret to be obliged to state 
that the evil persists, and I fear has grown in some parts of the country. To check 
it will require the united efforts of this force and the provincial and municipal 
authorities, and also drastic punishment of the agents, such as the peddlers who 
deliberately create addicts. 

The figures already given show that we have been active, having arrested and 
prosecuted over one thousand persons, and having secured 8O0 convictions, with 
nearly 350 prison terms and over $60,000 in fines. The quantity of cocaine, morphine 
and heroin seized in the year is nearly 1,250 ounces. This amounts to about 600,000 
grains; and as a "deck," the cant name for a dose, usually is five grains or less, it 
will be seen that we have intercepted fully 120,000 doses. These " decks " are sold 
to addicts at from one to five dollars each, according to circumstances; so that this 
quantity represents from one-third to half a million dollars which would have come 
from the pockets of the wretched customers of these harpies. 

A recent change of the Act provides for the deportation of aliens convicted under 
its provisions. With regard to Orientals, when such convictions are obtained we 
turn the particulars over to the Chief iCommissioner of Chinese Immigration, and I 
understand that about one hundred offenders are awaiting removal from the country. 
It has been observed that Chinese addicts to this vice continue to be devoted to opium, 
and to be little inclined to the use of the other drugs ; but further that cocaine and 
the other noxious drugs usually are to be obtained in the Chinese opium dens, so 
that white addicts repair to these plague-spots. 

The difficulties of repression are exceedingly great, for several reasons. One is 
the ease with which these drugs, which are small in bulk, can be imported; numerous 
and very cunning devices are resorted to for the purpose of smuggling them, instances 
being known of their being most artfully concealed in shipments by apparently 
reputable firms from abroad. An effective international governmental control of the 
mam^facture and trade in these drugs seems the only real preventive of this illicit 
form of international commerce. Another difficulty is that the traffic is so remunera- 
tive that those who take part in it have abundance of money at their command and 



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use it to counter our measures, and to fight cases stubbornly in the courts. Yet 
another obstacle is the repulsive nature of the work of repression, entailing as it does 
contact with peculiarlj' loathsome dregs of humanity; our men greatly dislike it, and 
it is undertaken only in accordance with duty, and because of the knowledge that 
while unpleasant it is' a service to humanity. 

CUSTOMS AND INLAND REVENUE 

By special arrangement with the Department of Customs and Inland Eevenue. 
a number of members of the Eoyal Canadian Mounted Police have been appointed 
Customs and Excise enforcement officers, without salary, and are now working, in 
close co-operation with officers of the Customs Preventive Service, in checking the 
activities of smuggling rings operating between Canada and the United States. 

In order to assist the Excise Preventive Service, eighty memibers of the force 
have heen appointed Inland Revenue officers, without salary, and undertake investiga- 
tions and enter prosecutions under the Inland Revenue Act in conjunction with 
their regular duties as federal police officers. There has been a considerable increase 
in this class of work. Large numbers of complaints have been received respecting 
alleged illicit distillation of spirits. For the year ended September 30, 1922, 1,606 
investigations have been made under this head by memibers of the force, resulting, 
so far, in 676 prosecutions heing entered, and the seizure and confiscation of a large 
number of illicit stills. 

DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS 

During the past year the force was called upon to investigate 622 breaches of 
the Indian Act and 448 convictions were secured. We have allso enforced quarantine 
regulations on various reserves in cases of an outbreak of contagious diseases. 

Where it is considered necessary detachments are maintained in the vicinity 
of large reserves. Speaking generally the Indians are a peaceful people and their 
attitude towards members of the force, who periodically patrol large reserves, is 
both respectful and cordial. They fully realize that we are just as ready at all times 
to assist and protect them as we are to take action against members of their band 
who get out of bounds. 

Escorts were furnished to parties paying treaty where required and in several 
instances members of the force acted as treaty commissioners and paid treaty on 
behalf of the Indian Department. 

SUPERVISION OF PARI-MUTUEL BETTING ON RACE TRACKS 

The force was again called upon during the past year to perform the work of 
supervising pari-mutueO. betting on behalf of the Department of Agriculture. 

In the provinces of Ontario and Quebec race meetings were conducted almost 
continuously on the different tracks, from May 5 to October 7. Two parties of four 
men each were therefore kept constantly employed for that length of time in Ontario 
and Quebec. In the western provinces only one and in some cases two meetings 
were he'ld. The detachments for these were furnished by our western divisions. 
Reports and returns covering each meet were furnished to the Department of Agri- 
culture and the work was performed in a manner satisfactory to all concerned. 

HARVESTERS^ EXCURSION 

This year we again provided escorts for the special trains conveying harvesters 
from Eastern to Western Canada. A considerable nvimber of these trains were 
despatched, and the duty called for the employment of a large number of non-com- 
missioned officers and men. These were supplied from Toronto, Ottawa, Fort William, 
Winnipeg and Regina. The services rendered were satisfactory to all concerned, 
including the passengers on the trains. 

21—2 



18 ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
AID TO THE DEPARTAtENT OF M.VRIXE AND FISHERIES 

Assistance has been rendered to the different officers of the Department of Marine 
and Fisheries throughout the country from time to time during the past year. The 
department found it necessary to call upon the force specially to aid its officers in 
dealing with illegal lobster fishing and canning in the Maritime Provinces. The com- 
bined efforts of the Fisheries inspectors and the members of the force detailed to 
this duty have no doubt had a beneficial effect. The Department of Marine and 
Fisheries informed me that: — 

"The assistance afforded the officers of the Department by the Eoyal 
Canadian Mounted Police has been good and much progress towards stopping 
illegal fishing has been made." 

THE EXPLOSIVES ACT 

A considerable amount of work has been performed during the past year for the 
Department of Mines, Explosives Division, in ascertaining whether proper care is 
exercised in the matter of storage and handling of explosives. In order to empower 
the force to render more effective co-operation with the officers of the Explosives 
Division, ninety members of the force have been appointed insi)eetors of explosives, 
without salary, and have thereby been given additional powers in the enforcement of 
the provisions of the Act. 

During the year ended September 30, 1922, 107 special investigations were made 
under the Explosives Act by members of the force. In a great number of instances 
first offenders were given a departmental warning. Prosecutions, however, were 
entered against eighteen flagrant offenders and convictions secured. 

COUXTERFEITING 

A number of investigations in connection with counterfeit currency have claimed 
our attention during the past year. An outstanding case under this head was the 
successful rounding up of one of the largest gangs of counterfeiters which has come 
to our notice for many years. After months of painstaking and skilful work our 
detective sitaff was successful in discovering a remarkably complete plant for the 
manufacture of counterfeit bank hills, concealed in a house situated on a little island 
in the St. Lawrence river, near ^lontreal. The plant included a printing ixress, 
quantities of blank bank note paper, plates for turning out ten, twenty, fifty and one 
hundred dollar notes, and also a large quantity of counterfeit bank notes ready for 
circulation. The whole gang, including the counterfeiters and their agents who 
assisted in passing the false nates into circulation, were eventually arrested. • They 
total to date nineteen persons. The case is now before the courts in Montreal. 

DEPARTMEXT OF IMMIGRATION 

^lemhers of the force co-operate closely with the officers of the Department of 
Immigration throughout the Dominion, and many special inquiries are made by our 
detective staff. This work has resulted in a number of undesirables being refused 
entry into Canada, and in a number of deportations. Guards have been supplied 
when necessary for certain classes of immigrants arriving at ocean ports, particularly 
for Chinese arriving at the port of Vancouver. 

DEPARTMENT OF THE ESTERIOR CROWN TIMBER BRANCH 

Assistance has been rendered the Department of the Interior in connection with 
the collection of Crown timber dues, especially in the Athabasca and Fort McMurray 
districts. 



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THE MIGRATORY BIRDS ACT 

A task -vvhicli we discharge, occasionally at the price of some effort, is the 
enforcement of the MigTatory Birds Act. This legislation has been passed in accord- 
ance with international agreements to prevent the indiscriminate slaughter which 
|; Avas threatening valuable species with extinction. A considerable number of investi- 

* gations have been made for the Parks Branch of the Department of the Interior; 

( in particular a constable spent the summer on the shores of the lower St. Lawrence, 

I devoting his whole time to the work of ouppressing the wanton slaughter of birds 

f and destruction of eggs on the islands which border the gulf. Handsome acknowl- 

edgement has been made of this constable's services. 

PROTECTION' AGAINST COMMERCIALIZED VICE 

A department of our work is the protection of female immigrants against the 
dangers which unfortunately beset their path. In Montreal the Revd. John Chisholm 
acts as Officer for the Suppression of Commercialized Vice, being given certain powers 
by us. In Halifax Miss E. Egan performs similar duties. 

Mr. Chisholm uses as his base of operations Dorchester House, in which women 
immigrants not travelling in family parties are lodged on landing, before proceeding 
to their destination. He is at the head of a well-arranged system of protection; 
directresses travel in the ships, exercising supervision over unaccompanied women 
immigrants; conductresses travel on the immigrant trains from Quebec, St. John 
and Halifax to Montreal; at western places like Winnipeg, Regina, Ed'montou, etc., 
lady workers meet the girls on arrival; and in addition at sundry places there are 
" follow-up workers " who visit the girls in the places where they are employed and 
seek to link them with the church life of the religious denominations to which 
they belong. This entails incessant labour in meeting trains, which often arrive 
at inconvenient hours in the night. Mr. Chisholm reports that every train conveying 
immigrants to Montreal has been met. In comonenting upon this, he says: — 

"Our staff of lady workers meeting, with the writer, all steamship and 
railway trains with immigrants, has been gi*eatly strengthened by the addition 
of Miss McCrory, a Roman Catholic lady, capable of speaking the French and 
German and Dutch languages. In addition, we have our follow-up workers, 
whose duty it is to visit the girls in the places where they are employed, and 
link them up with the church life of the religious bodies in which they were 
nurtured in their homes. Then inside Dorchester House, we have our lady 
superintendent, and her assistant, with a staff under their supervision in 
keeping the Dorchester* House as orderly and attractive as possible to the 
homeless strangers. 

"A new feature of the writer's work was making provision for the recep- 
tion and direction of the non-English speaking girls, who are constantly 
increasing in numbers. This rendered it necessary for me to visit Winnipeg, 
and Regina, and secure in those centres reliable persons speaking the language 
of the strangers to whom we could send notice by wire of the pending arrival 
of those needing help. For Winnipeg, I secured the Lutheran immigration 
chaplain, named the Rev. Niels Damskor, and Rev. Symion Bychinsky for the 
care of the Eastern European girls. Then with Miss McCrory here to speak 
their language, we are now well equipped to welcome and direct the wesitern 
and eastern European girls." 

The Avork thus outlined has been fruitful in incidents which cast a vivid and 
unpleasant light upon the dangers which threaten the unescorted girl who travels, and 
upon the number of human beasts of prey who strive to trap her ; some of the 
plots which Mr. Chisholm and his helpers frustrated can only be described as 
diabolical, and the organization has saved many women from ruin and misery. 

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As an offshoot from this service for the protection of immigrants a useful 
organization for the protection of native-born girls who travel has been devised. 
Mr. Chisholm thus discusses it: — 

" During the past year the wn-iter gave increased attention to migrant 
girls, who, in large numbers, leave rural localities to seek work in our large 
cities. "We succeeded in greatly increasing the formation of the Strangers' 
Department in every parish or congregation. This organization is usually a 
sub-committee of a guild or Women's ^lission Society. This sub-committee 
appoints a secretary, whose duty it is to receive notice from a similar secre- 
tary in some other parish or locality notifying her that a young lady of a 
certain name is about to accept a position, or to inove to a certain residence 
in a certain part of the city where she resides. When the stranger arrives 
she is at once visited and linked up with the church to which her people belong. 
I present the following illustration of how advantageous such a department 
is for the welfare and protection of our young girls. 

'• On March 1 of this year I received a letter that two girls were leaving 
a certain parish in Cape Breton to accept positions in Montreal, and tliat they 
were to reach Bonaventure station on a certain train. I was on hand with 
one of my lady-helpers, and met the two girls as they came off the train. As 
we were leaving the station by the north entrance, the two girls drew my 
attention to a third girl who came from Prince Edward Island. I asked 
them who was that man with her. They said, 'We don't know. He met us 
on the other side of the river and proposed taking us in his auto to our 
destination.' They also told me that he was a perfect stranger to the third 
girl. I immediately rushed after them and overtook them as they were 
approaching an auto on the east entrance of the station. After asking the 
girl certain questions, I discovereni that the man had no authority to meet 
her, and when he found out from my conversation with the girl that I had 
authority to inquii-e after her welfare, he jumped into his auto and dis- 
ap])eared. 

'' The two girls from Cape Breton had a Strangers' secretary in the parish 
they left, who notified the official Strangers' secretary in Montreal who noti- 
fied me, with the result that the girls were in no danger. The girl from 
Prince Edward Island came from a place where there was no Strangers' secre- 
tary, and. as a consequence she had a narrow escape". 



WORK IX THE ARCTIC 

Our duties and responsibilities in the Far North increase steadily and I have to 
report this year an interesting advance in administrative work, and, most unfor- 
tunately, a distressingly large number of murders by Eskimos. 

A new post has been opened by Inspector C. E. Wilcox at Craig Harbour, on 
the south shore of Ellesmere island, approximately in latitude 76' 12, longitude 80.5, 
and he and his party will spend the winter there. Ellesmere island is the last great 
island before the Polar sea is reached. 

On the western coastline of the Arctic ocean the headquarters of what is known 
as the Arctic Sub-district are being moved from Herschel Island to Aklavik, a place 
in the Mackenzie delta which of late has become the trading centre of the district; 
Fort Macphersoa is being abandoned. The Tree River detachment is being strength- 
ened, and a new detachment is to be established at Cambridge Bay, on the south 
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from Tree River, which in turn is a very remote post, the distance by sea from 
Herschel Island being nearly seven hundred miles, and the route lying through 
straits which in some summers are so blocked by ice as to be impracticable for 
ships. 

In the Hudson bay area the detachment at Chesterfield Inlet has been strength- 
ened, and an officer, Inspector E. G. Frere, has been stationed there; our control 
of the region to the north of it is being strengthened; a patrol in April visited Mr. 
Knud Rasmusseii's camii on one of the islands near Melville peninsula. 



NEW POST ON ELLESMERE ISLAND 

The establishment of the Ponds Inlet detachment was described in the annual 
report of 1921. The numbers of the force in this general area have been augmented, 
and a commissioned officer. Inspector C. E. Wilcox, has assumed command of the 
detachments there. 

Inspector Wilcox and a party of eight other ranks, Royal Canadian Mounted 
Police, left Quebec in the CG.S. Arctic on July 18, 1922. They reached the entrance 
to Ponds Inlet on the northern coast of Baffin island on August 15. Pack ice pre- 
vented the ship from entering the inlet and making her way to Salmon river, the 
place where the Hudson Bay Company's post and the police detachment are situated. 
Staff-Sergeant Joy, the non-commissioned officer in charge of the detachment, was 
summoned by a party sent over the ice, and reported to Inspector Wilcox in the 
Arctic on August 17. Owing to ice conditions. Inspector Wilcox decided not to try 
to reach the post, but to push on to Ellesmere Land and establish headquarters there, 
leaving the landing of stores at Ponds Inlet for the return voyage. 

The Arctic sailed from Ponds Inlet on August 18 and on August 20 she entered 
Jones Sound. Fram Fiord, the most easterly inlet on the south coast of Ellesmere 
island, had been considered as the site of the post, but it was blocked with ice and 
two attempts to enter it failed. Weather conditions were threatening and no time 
was to be lost. A fairly suitable place, which was named Craig Harbour (after Mr. 
J. D. Craig, the officer representing the Department of the Interior), was found on 
the shore of Ellesmere island opposite Smith island in Jones sound. On August 22, 
Inspector Wilcox determined to winter there and the landing of stores began; after 
very hard work, this task was completed and Inspector Wilcox left the Arctic and 
entered upon his sojourn there on August 28; he bade farewell to the ship in a 
blinding snowstorm. With him are one non-commissioned officer and five constables. 

The original intention had been to establish three posts, one at Ponds Inlet, one 
on North Devon Island, which lies between Baffin island and Ellesmere island, and 
one on Ellesmere Island. The Arctic, however, was unable to convey the building 
material, stores, etc., for all three, and in consequence all that could be done in 1922: 
was to land materials and stores for two posts, at Ponds Inlet and Ellesmere Island; 
those for North Devon, which are stored in Quebec, will be despatched next year. 
While Inspector Wilcox is wintering at Craig Harbour in Ellesmere island, he 
regards it as unsuitable for headquarters of the northern detachments, and is of 
opinion that Dundas Harbour, on the south coast of North Devon island, in approx- 
imately latitude 74' 35", longitude 82' 20", offers greater advantages; in particular, 
Lancaster sound usually is clear of ice ior a longer period in the year than Jones sound. 
He looks forward to Craig Harbour being left in charge of a non-commissioned officer. 
On the return voyage the Arctic reconnoitred Dundas harbour, and Mr. Craig reports 
that it is suited to the purpose; the harbour is well protected from all winds and, so 
far as can be judged, open for a comparatively long period, while there is room and 
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The Arctic returned to Ponds Inlet on September 1, and again was niucli ham- 
pered by ice; she could not begin to land the stores, etc., until September 6. On 
September 7, she left on her return voyage. 

Cordial relations existed between Inspector Wilcox and the police party on the 
one hand, and Mr. Craig and Captain Bernier on the other. When Inspector Wilcox 
landed both Mr. Craig and Captain Bernier addressed to him warmly commendatory 
letters; and Inspector Wilcox wrote to them in appreciative terms. The police party 
did a good deal of work while in the ship, lending assistance to the crew, and in 
return the crew materially helped in the work of starting the buildings. 

A post office has been established at Craig Harbour, Inspector Wilcox being post- 
master. 

No further news has been received from Inspector Wilcox, nor can any be 
expected until late in 1923. 

CRIME AMOXG THE ESKIMOS 

It unfortunately is necessary to record a terribly large number of crimes of 
violence among the Eskimos. At present we have under arrest on charges of murder 
or related crimes no fewer than nine of these people, three at Ponds Inlet, five at 
Herschel Island, and one at Tree River; the number of deaths involved is thirteen, 
of whom three are white men ; in addition, several additional murder eases are under 
investigation, but arrests have as yet not been made. In the summer of 1923 two 
courts will proceed to Arctic regions to try these cases, one to Ponds Inlet and one 
to Herschel Island. 

This epidemic of murderous violence is surprising as the Eskimos in general 
are a kindly and docile people. In all probability in the past many quarrels among 
them had fatal endings; and in any case they now are armed with exceedingly 
deathly weapons. A gi-ave feature of the situation is the number of white men who 
have fallen victims to the violence of these people. In 1912, Messrs. Eadford and 
Street were killed at Bathurst Inlet, in the course of a quarrel. In 1913, the Eevd. 
Fathers Rouvier and Le Roux were murdered on the Coppermine river, apparently 
out of mere cupidity. In 1920, Robert S. Janesj a iNewfoundlander, was shot at 
Cape Cra%vford, in Baffin island, as the climax of a series of disputes. In 
April, 1922, Corporal W. A. Doak, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and Mr. Otto 
Binder, of the Hudson Bay Company, were killed at Tree River in a very treacherous 
and brutal manner, Corporal Doak apparently because the slayer, a prisoner charged 
with the murder of a fellow Eskimo, did not wish to be taken out of his familiar 
surroundings, and Mr. Binder with no provocation at all. Apart from the deaths 
of white men, the deaths of ten Eskimos amount to a serious proportion in so scanty a 
population. 

During the last winter Staff-Sergeant A. H. Joy, who is stationed at Ponds 
Inlet, investigated the death of Robert Janes. This man had been trading at 
Patricia river, about thirty-five miles from Ponds Inlet, and decided to travel over- 
land to the western coast of Hudson bay. In his journey he encountered at Cape 
Crawford, the northernmost point of Baffin island, a band of Eskimos among whom 
were some with whom he had had differences. Disagreements arose, and Janes was 
killed, an Eskimo named Xoo-kud-lah being accused of having fired the fatal shots. 
■while two others, Oo-roo-re-ung-nak and Ah-tee-tah, were active in assisting him. 
StafT-Sergeant Joy found the remains, conducted an autopsy, as coroner held an 
inquest, arrested the accused, and as justice of the peace conducted the preliminary 
hearing and committed them for trial. The whole of these proceedings were carried 
on by him dn a thoroughly workmanlike manner. This winter Staff- Sergeant Joy 
is investigating an affair at Home Bay, some 200 miles north of Cumberland gulf, 
in which three Eskimos are said to have been killed. 

]\[ention was made last year of several murders on the western coastline, including 
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This last affair has had two sequels; an Eskimo named Pugnana, one of the 
slayers of the otheirs, was killed in tvirn by two of his fellows, Alikomiak and Tata- 
migana, and after feeing arrested Alikomiak murdered Corporal W.. A. Doak, our 
non-commissioned officer in charge of the Tree River detachment, and Mr. Otto 
Binder, manager of the Hudson Bay Company post at that place. As a result of 
this dreadful series of crimes of violence, and of the earlier killings reported last 
year, we have in detention at Herschel Island the following Eskimos: — 

Alikomiak, charged with the murder of Corjwral Doak and Mr. Binder ; and also, 

with Tatamigana, of Pugnana. 
Tatamigana, charged, with Alikomiak, with the murder of Pugnana. 
'Olepsek ; 
Amokuk ; 
Ekootuk: all charged with the murder of Ahkak at Prince Albert Sound, in 

Victoria island, in the winter of 1919-20. 

At Tree River there is under arrest: — 

I-ka-luk-piak, charged with the murder of an Eskimo named Hav-oo-Ogak. 

In addition an old woman named Kapakatchiak is imiplicated in the murder of 
Ahkak; she was too feeble to take to Herschel Island when the others were conveyed 
there, and it is a question whether she can be placed on trial. 

Two other murders have been reported. An Eskimo named Hiktak is said to 
have been killed in the Coronation gulf region, an Eskimo named' Komeuk being 
suspected of having committed the crime; it is doubtful whether the Tree River 
detachment can complete the necessary investigations this winter. A man named 
Kapolak is said to have been put to death at Wellington Bay, in Victoria island, 
by his son, Pannak. 

Corporal Doak in December, 1921, proceeded from Tree River, of which detach- 
ment he was in charg-e, to Kent Peninsula, investigated the murderous affray there, 
and arrested Alikomiak, the sole survivor of those implicated in the killing, takina- 
him to Tree River. Partly because Alikomiak had frozen his feet and Corporal 
Doak had attended to them, he was allowed a certain amount of liberty. He repaid 
this, on an occasion when Corporal Doak was the only white man at the post, by 
shooting him while asleep; he then waylaid Mr. Binder, who lived close by, and 
killed him. The murderer was promptly secured, and is at Herschel Island awaiting 
trial. 

Fuller accounts of these cases, and of the conditions under which the Arctic 
regions are controliled, are to 'be found in one of the appendices to this report. 



WORK OF THE DISTRICTS 

The force is distributed among eleven territorial districts, and in addition there 
is a depot at Regina, and '^ 'N " Division at Ottawa, now greatly depleted, is used 
as a reserve from which men are drawn to discharge numerous miscellaneous duties. 
The Northeastern Arctic islands are administered under the supervision of head- 
quarters, and the western coast of the Aretic ocean and the lower Mackenzie are 
part of the district of northern Alberta. Some account of the si)ecial features of the 
work in these several districts may be given. 

BRITISH COLUTSIBIA • 

Assistant Commissioner T. A. Wroughton, the Officer Commanding in British 
Columbia, dwells upon the assistance rendered to other departments. He refei'S in 
particular to the enforcement of the Opium and jSTarcotic Drug Act, which has 



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been energetic. Out of 246 cases brought to trial, 207 convictions were secured; in 
addition, 139 search warrants were executed where nothing was found, and in 22 
instances drugs were found but OAvnership could not be proved. 

Assistance also has been rendered to the Customs branch, especially in con- 
nection with the smuggling of narcotic drugs from steamers plying from the Orient. 
Twelve specific investigations were conducted, resulting in seven cases being handed 
over to Customs officials for such action as they deemed necessary. 

Another interesting piece of co-operation has been the enforcing of the Fisheries 
Act. As a result, thirty convictions have been secured. Fifteen power fishing boats, 
of an average value of $1,000, were confiscated, and a boatload of fish which was 
sold for $1,420; while fines amounting to $1,615 were imposed and paid. A substan- 
tial improvement in the observance of the law is reported in this connection. 



NORTIIERX ALBERTA 

Superintendent G. L. Jennings, O.B.E., Officer Commanding in Xorthern 
Alberta, reix)rts some administrative rearrangements, the most important of which 
are the closing of the detachment at Grande Prairie and the post at Fort Macpherson, 
the opening of a new post at Aklavik in the Mackenzie delta, and the prospective 
shifting of the headquarters of the Arctic subdistriot from Herschel Island to 
Aklavik. He suggests the establishment of a detachment at Fort Rae at the extreme 
north of Great Slave lake, a considerable Indian population trading there. 

Dealing with the organized portion of his district. Superintendent Jennings 
observes that the drug traffic has made marked increases during the year; a vigorous 
campaign was made to combat it; 46 searches were made, resulting in about 26 per 
cent of convictions. The majority of these convictions have been amongst the 
Oriental poimlation, very few white uien having been observed to be connected with 
the traffic. 

Dealing with the more serious forms of crime, the officer commanding notices 
the murders by Eskimos (which are treated separately) and observes that with this 
exception the Provisional District of Mackenzie has been remarkably free from any- 
thing but petty ofl^ences. 

In regard to the ca^e of Albert LeBeaux, reported on last year, this man was 
handed into the custody of the force after the trial, and Inspector Fletcher was 
appointed deputy sheriff of the Xorthwest Territories. The whole proceedings in 
regard to the execution were performed under his direction, this including the pro- 
curing of a hangman and taking him to the scene of the execution. Thus concluded 
the first jury trial, with subsequent execution, in that district and possibly in the 
Xorthwest Territories of Canada. 



SOUTITERN AT.BERTA 

Superintendent C. Junget, the Officer Commanding the Southern Alberta 
District, particularly remarks the abolition of " M " Division, the reserve squadron 
stationed at Macleod, and the consequent closing of that historic post, the oldest 
Mounted Police station in existence, having been established in 1873, The reserve 
squadron for some time had been dwindling, so that when it finally was abolished it 
consisted of little more than 30 men. The closing of this old post necessitated a 
considerable amount of work in checking over and disposing of stores. A detach- 
ment of one non-commissioned officer and one constable is maintained, the old 
quarters of the officer commanding being used for this purpose; all the other build- 
ings have been locked up. The detachments of old '' M '• Division were transferred 
to "K" Division. 



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The detachments have been increased from 21 to 23 ; some of them have been 
reduced in strength. | Those in the Banti' subdistrict and the one at Waterton Park, 
where the force is responsible for law and order, have had a very busy summer, a 
great number of cases being handled. 

Here, too, the drug traific is a preoccupation. Superintendent Jung'et's report 
is more cheerful that those of the others, the traffic having lessened during the year. 
This is due for the most part, to the continued activities of our plain clothes staff 
and the heavy penalties imposed for infractions of the Act. Only 41 convictions 
were obtained, in comparison Avith 148 last year. This traffic, however, still exists 
and it is only by the continued efforts of plain clothes men that it can be kept down, 
as traffickers are becoming more artful in their dealings. 

NORTHERN SASKATCHEWAN 

Superintendent F. J. A. Demer.*, the OtHcer Commanding Xorthern Saskatche- 
wan, reports a year without especial incident. It is interesting to note 'that in this 
division, which includes for administrative purposes the western shores of Hudson 
Bay, the dogs on the strength outnumber the horses. New detachment quarters 
have been completed at Chesterfield Inlet, which is becoming a more important 
post. 

Dealing with the assistance rendered to other departments. Superintendent 
Demers states that infractionis of the Inland Eevenue Act are on the increase in this 
district; there is a decided increase in number of cases investigated as compared with 
last year, 431 cases having been investigated by the force in company with preventive 
officer of the department. CkDnvictions were secured in many instances, but many 
searches were made without any results. Rural telephones are responsible for many 
failures of searches, the persons concerned being notified of the presence of officers 
in the district. 

Several cases have been investigated during the year on behalf of the Post Office 

Department. These cases are of a type usually very difficult to bring to a satis- 

• factory conclusion; however, every effort has been made to trace the perpetrators of 

the crimes and although a number of the cases have been under investigation for some 

time, sight of them has not been lost. 

As usual, escorts were sent with the parties sent to pay treaty money to the 
Indians. Other work was done in connection with the Indians, including the enforcing 
of quarantine regulations in cases of outbreak of smallpox. Crown timber dues have 
been collected, the Explosives Act has been enforced, prisoners have been brought 
back from the United States, etc. 

SOUTHERN SASKATCHEWAN 

The Officer Commanding the Southern Saskatchewan District, Superintendent 
A. B. Allafd, reports that the work in his district increased 35 per cent over that of 
the previous year. He had, for example, 874 cases to investigate under federal 
statutes, these resulting in 429 convictions, most of them being under the Inland 
Revenue Act; this is practically thrice as many as in 1920. He remarks that every 
effort is being put forward to enforce this law rigidly. Under the Railway Act 57 
convictions were obtained, as against one last year. There was activity in attacking 
the traffic in narcotic drugs. The investigations made at the request of other depart- 
ments numbered 1,084; of these 324 were in connection with applications for 
naturalization. The district suffered during the period under review from numerous 
robberies of post offices, apparently by expert professional thieves from the United 
States. 

During the year there was a rearrangement of subdistricts and detachments, four 
of the latter being abolished. There are 19 detachments outside of Regina. 



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HAXITOBA 

Superintendent E. S. Knight, the Officer Commanding the Manitoba District, 
notes the abolition of two subdistriets, Brandon and -Portage la Prairie; there now 
are two subdistriets, Winnipeg and Fort William. His report is principally concerned 
with the occasions on which assistance has been given to other departments. Dealing 
with the work -undertaken for the Department of Health he refers, as do the others, 
to the special efforts which liave been made during the past year to endeavour to 
check the illicit traffic in drugs; 119 cases were investigated, resulting in 2-8 convic- 
tions. This shows an increase over last year. In checking the drug traffic, he states 
that it has been found very difficult to secure convictions, as the class of people 
ena-aged in this traffic are of a most elusive and unscrupulous nature; besides this, 
druss are frequently put up in such small quantities that they can be disposed of at 
a moment's notice, and are easily concealed upon the person, or in any place. 

Somewhat allied with this work is that relating to the illicit distilling of liquor. 
Investigations made on behalf of the Inland Revenue Branch numbered 278. Out 
of this number, 126 convictions were secured, which shows a considerable increase 
over the figures of 1920-21. In many cases the information given in this particular 
branch is unreliable, resulting in much unnecessary work having to be undertaken. 

This work predominates in the work done for the Department of Indian Affairs ; 
102 cases were investigated and 76 convictions obtained. Indeed, the majority of the 
cases investigated have been the results of the liquor traffic, and special efforts have 
been made to put a stop to this. A letter was received from the Bev. 'James A. 
Donaghy, of Indian iSprings, conveying the appreciation of the Indians of the Swan 
Lake bands for the police protection rendered during the Indian celebration in July, 
the Indians stating that it was due to the presence of the police, which kept away 
the peddlers of illicit liquor, that a great deal of trouble was averted. 

The whole of the international boundary, from Saskatchewan to Fort Frances, 
Ont., has been continually patrolled and every assistance possible has been rendered 
to the Customs and Excise officials. As assistance could only be rendered at the 
request of the Customs' officials the number of cases investigated is small as com- 
pared with that of last year. 

WESTERN OXTARIO 

Superintendent A. W. Duffus, Officer Commanding Western Ontario, in his 
annual report mentions the anxiety caused by unemployment and depressed labour 
conditions in the winter months of 1921-22, remarking upon the manner in which 
this was dealt with by organized relief measures. 

Here again more attention has been given during the past twelve months to 
infractions of the Opium and Narcotic Drug Act. Many difficulties were encountered 
in the early operations of the drug squad, but these have since been satisfactorily 
overcome. The drug habit is claiming a larger number of victims as each year goes 
by, and much has to be done before it can be claimed that control of the situation 
has been obtained. Opium smoking is confined chiefly to Orientals but the taking 
of cocaine and morphine and similar narcotics is on the increase amongst w^hite men 
and, unfortunately, white women. 

An alarming number of post office robberies and thefts of mail occurred during 
the fall of 1921 and spring of 1922 which called attention. Our efforts were in the 
main successful. 

Infractions of the Indian Act on Indian Reserves in Western Ontario District 
led to several investigations. As a result the Cape Oroker R-eserve and the Muncey 
Reserve have been patrolled on several occasions with beneficial effects, particularly 
on the Muncey Reserve, where resentment at our first appearance has given way to 
a more cordial appreciation of our work. 



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I^umerous investigations have also been made during the year by the plain 
clothGir staff at the request of and on behalf of the different Government departments, 
and although none of them call for special mention they have all been conducted very 
thoroughly. The total number of these inquiries amounts to 1,942. 

Members of this command have also by special request assisted in important 
investigations in connection with the Finance Department, the Customs Department 
and the Department of Justice (Penitentiaries Branch). 

EASTERN ONTARIO 

Superintendent T. S. Belcher, Officer Commanding " A " Division, reports duties 
somewhat in contrast to those of other divisional commanders. " A " Division repre- 
sents the old Dominion Poliice, and, in addition to the duties of protection of Gov- 
ernment buildings, etc., is resiwnsible for the district known as Eastern Ontario, 
which comprises the same territory as Military District No. 3. The conditions under 
which the members of this division work being somewhat different from those of the 
other divisions, it may be of interest to note that the quarters occupied by it are 
those situated from 186 to 190 Wellington street, Ottawa. The majority of the mem- 
bers live at home, being married men. All the unmarried men are required to live 
in barracks, which gives a reserve of about twenty men at night time if any emer- 
gency should ariee; these, together with the night supervision men, take up consider- 
able room. The buildings in question are centrally located. 

■ The total strength (including a large detachment at Halifax) is 216, as compared 
with 217 in 1921 ; yet the demands for protection for the buildings constantly increase. 
The conduct and discipline have been good. 

The duties undertaken by this division largely consist of protection of govern- 
ment buildings; supplying men for official purposes; investigations by the C. I. B. 
Department; patrolling the Government parks and looking after the fire protection 
of all Government buildings. 

During the year this division placed guards on 31 buildings, which took an average 
of 118 men every twenty-four hours. Its patrols also visited a large number of the 
buildings on which no men are posted, fastened the doors and saw that everything 
was safe. The strength of the guards on the Finance Department, the Royal Victoria 
Museum and the National Gallery have been increased. The work of guarding the 
buildings is supervised by an officer, three sergeants and three corporals, who visit 
the men on duty at irregular hours during the day and night. The buildings are 
supplied with control clocks and also with telephones establishing thorough oversight. 
Patrols are made through the Experimental Farm during the day and night owing to 
complaints of theft of flowers and fruit. 

The Fire Department consists of seven regular men and a sergeant. They have 
116 buildings to inspect twice a week in regard to the collection of waste-pai>er and 
inflammable material. Three of the men have to charge all the fire extinguishers 
once a year and to clean them every six months. Much other routine work is done 
in this connection, such as keeping in order more than 27,000 feet of hose. During 
the year fire demonstrations have been given to the staffs in the various Government 
buildings, and in some of them fire drills have been held. 

In addition to these duties of guarding and prevention, a good deal of criminal 
investigation work has been done in a satisfactory manner. A large proportion of 
this consisted of inquiries regarding thefts in Government buildings. In a number of 
cases the guilty persons have been found and have been dealt with by dismissal or by 
other means ; a number were taken before the courts and punished in the usual way. 

The detachment which was established at Senneterre, Que., has done good work 
amongst the Indians, who form the largest element in the population. The condition 
of the people has improved considerably. Careful watch has been kept to prevent 
traders selling liquor and as a result, most of them have kept a little money in the 
Hudson's Bay and other stores which will help to carry them over the winter. 



28 ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
QUEBEC 

Inspector J, AV. Phillips, the Officer Commanding- Quebec District, in his 
annual report lays stress on the large amount of work performed in assisting the 
Customs Department in enforcing the Opium and Xarcotic Drugs Act, in assisting 
the Inland Revenue officers, and in detecting counterfeiters. The work entailed by 
the first named of these duties was arduous, and has been attended with considerable 
success. Even more onerous has been the work done for the Department of Health; 
the obstacles to be surmounted have been great, but a number of very important 
cases have been handled, and many seizures made ; prominent among the successes has 
been the breaking up of what was known as the Maxie gang. The volume of the drug 
traffic in Montreal unfortunately is very great, the dealers being untiring in their 
efforts to smuggle their death-dealing wares, alike from shii>s and from American 
territory. In the matter of counterfeiting a great success was scored in the arrest 
of the large and well-equipped gang led by one Grignon. A number of postal robberies 
also have been investigated and the guilty persons detected; in this a number of 
gratifying successes have been achieved. A large portion of the duties performed 
in Montreal, indeed, has been in the nature of -detective work, and cannot be too 
particularly described. 

The several detachments in this district have been conducted efficiently. 

An incident in the work of the Quebec detachment was the making of extensive 
patrols along the St. Lawrence river in connection with the Migratory Birds Con- 
vention Act. 

THE MARITIME PROVINCES 

Inspector C. D. La Xauze, Officer Commanding the Maritime Provinces District, 
reports a steady increase in the work performed, the total number of cases having 
risen from 309 in 1920-21 to 356. In addition the command has carried out the 
policing and protection of the Halifax Naval Dockyard and the Naval magazines of 
Georges Island and Fort Clarence. 

It is noticed that the investigations for other departments have nearly doubled. 

THE VUKOX 

Inspector E. Telford, the Officer Commanding the Yukon, in his report is priu- 
cipally concerned with administrative duties which are not performed by the force 
in the organized provinces of the Dominion. He himself has been appointed Acting 
Gold Commissioner of the Yukon during the absence of Mr. Mackenzie. The officers 
of the force perform the duties of magistrates within the territory except in Dawson 
and Whitehorse. The Officer Commanding acts as immigration inspector for the 
northern part of the territory, and the Officer Commanding at Whitehorse acts as 
mining recorder and Cro\\Ti timber and lands agent. Staff Sergeant W. J. D. Dempster 
has been appointed magistrate and coroner for the Mayo District. Our non-commis- 
sioned officers and constables perform a multiplicity of duties — as postmasters, sub- 
collectors of Customs, immigration officers, veterinary inspectors, inspectoits of weights 
and measures, etc. Federal statutes, Yukon ordinances and municipal by-laws are 
enforced, and the administrative duties performed extend to attending cases of 
sickness in out-of-the-way places. 

Patrols were made in all directions, many of them calling for endurance, courage 
and judgment. Some of them penetrated to regions never visited before. One, of 
444 miles, was from Eampart House to Herschel; others were from Rampart House 
to Blue Fish and to Crow River. One patrol went from Whitehorse via Kluane Lake 
to Wellesley Lake, in the Donjek country, where a dangerous lunatic was wandering 
around; the man was brought back to Whitehorse and later sent out to an asylum. 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 21 

TRAINING 

Training is carried out principally at the depot at Eegina, under Superintendent 
G. S. Worsley. The work went on there continuously during the year. In the first 
six months a good many recruits were handled, being fully trained in equitation, 
squadron drill with and without arms, and troop and squadron drill mounted and 
dismoimted. During the siimmer months every man available in the depot was 
exercised in mounted and dismounted squadron and troop drill twice a week. The 
drill has been good. Physical training also was given. The men have always been 
well trained and make h. good appearance on parade. The summer months have 
been all that could be desired for outdoor training. 

Eeference is made by him to lectures and sports, and to such special perform- 
ances as musical rides. Barracks, hospital, stables and stores are in good repair, 
and the horses are in excellent condition. The discipline is described as excellent. 

Careful attention is paid at the depot to training in shooting with rifle and 
revolver, the more so because when constables go on detachment opportunities for 
training are lacking, both because of the incessant pressure of other duties, and 
because of lack of facilities. To counteract this, arrangements were made whereby 
the detachment men within reach of Eegina came in for musketry in groups. Pre- 
liminary instruction thus was given before the courses were fired, the result being 
that the scores improved greatly ; far fewer failed and there were far more marksmen. 
The force competed in several shooting associations and did well. In revolver shoot- 
ing the Eoyal Canadian ^lounted Police team won the championship of Canada, and 
Inspector T. Y. S. Wunsch not only won the championship of Canada, but achieved 
a world's record. In the rifle four members of the division won places on the 
Saskatchewan team which competed at the Dominion Eifle Association matches 
at Ottawa, and did well. 

" N " Dn'isiox 

This squadron during the year was reduced from about 150 all ranks to about 
50. Its duties have been of a miscellaneous nature as, in addition to training, it 
has been used as a reserve from which have been drawn men for numerous special 
duties, such as furnishing guards for harvesters' trains, guards for income tax offices, 
parties to supervise the pari-mutuel machines, etc. 



TICKET OF LEAVE ACT 

This work has been duly carried on. All the figures are substantially larger 
than those of last year. In 1921 the releases averaged nearly 70 a month, and this 
year nearly 100. There again is an increase in the number of licenses revoked and 
forfeited. The figures in detail are: — 

Released on parole from penitentiaries 492 

Released on parole from prisons, gaols and reformatories.. 672 

1,164 

Licenses revoked 39 

Licenses forfeited 33 

Sentences completed on parole 820 

Licenses made unconditional 33 

925 

From 1899 to September 30. 1922 — 

Released on parole from penitentiaries.. .. , 6,919 

Released on parole from prisons, gaols and reformatories. . 8,114 

15,033 

Licenses revoked 521 

Licenses forfeited 343 

Sentences completed on parole 13,302 

Sentences not yet completed 867 

15,033 



30 ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

CEI:^^xAL identification^ 

This service continues to assist all the police forces in the Dominion. As has 
been pointed out in the past, it is co-operative in its nature, and its purposes Tvill 
not be fulfilled until all agencies combating crime employ it, and it contains a 
complete record of convicted criminals. This year another increase in activity is 
recorded, the figures being: — 



Month 


Finger- 
prints 
received 


Identifica- 
tions 
made 


Parole 
violators 
located 


Escapes 
located 


Photo, 
negatives 
received 


Photo, 
prints 
made 


Photo- 
graphs 
received 


1921 

October 

November 

December 

1922 

January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 


1,448 
1,565 
1,514 

1,539 
1,473 
1,597 
1,359 
1,374 
1,407 
1,704 
1,443 
1,126 


171 
147 
167 

167 
124 
202 
143 
196 
146 
155 
217 
149 




1 




2 
1 

1 

3 
3 
1 


3 
5 
2 

1 
2 
3 


2 
2 

1 
1 


121 

123 

67 

99 
210 

83 
132 

68 
138 
123 
100 

47 


400 
417 
233 

347 
642 
373 
420 
240 
436 
412 
222 
141 


455 
447 
405 

393 
327 
343 
417 
335 
363 
434 
329 
227 




17,549 


1.984 


12 


22 


1.311 


4,283 


4,475 



The following table gives a resume of the work to date: — 

Finger-print records received and identifications effected from January, 1911, 
to September 30, 1922, inclusive: — 

Tear Recorfis Identifications 

1911 5,554 145 

1912 4,418 227 

1913 6,510 359 

1914 8,475 581 

1915 9,330 756 

1916.. 8,009 629 

1917 7,079 612 

1918 8,941 670 

1919 11,306 1,004 

1920 12,591 1,372 

1921 17,346 1,906 

1922 (Jan. to Sept. 30) 13,022 1,499 

112,581 9,760 



engage:ments, discharges, etc. 

Kngagements — 

Engaged constables (3 years) 

" special constables 

Re-engaged after leaving 

Deserters rejoined 

Total increase 

Discharge through death, expiration of service, invalided, etc.. 

Total decrease for the year 1922 



59 
68 
10 

7 



144 

591 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 21 

Engagements, discharges^ etc. — Concluded. 
Died — 

Reg-. No. 4212, Staff-Sergeant Hocking, W. 
" 4396, Corporal Doak. "SA^ A. 
" 4913, Corporal Barber, A. J. 
" 5369, Corporal Cornelius, E. H. 
" 8682 Corporal Fritz, A. G. 
" 5724, Constable Spier, R. 
" 6701, Constable McKellar, H. 
" 8268, Constable Cort, J. C. 
" 9317, Constable Chester, G. H. 
Pensioned — 

Reg. No. 1974, Sergeant-Ma jor Armer, W. 
" " 3071, Sergeant- Major Emery, W. 
324, Staff-Sergeant Dorion, A. 
906, Staff-Sergeant Robinson, A. ' 
948a, Staff-Sergeant Pearson, C. J. 
" 1294, Staff-Sergeant Phillips, W. W. 
" 1361, Staff- Sergeant Alexander, A. 
" 2447, Staff-Sergeant Thompson, F. H. 
" 2473, Staff-Sergeant Loggin, W. S. 
" 2566, Staff-Sergeant Wilson, J. J. 
" 2886, Staff- Sergeant Maylor, J. 
" " 2546, Corporal Cummings, D. J. 

OFFICERS 
Promoted Superintendent — 

Inspector C. Junget. 
Promoted Inspector — 

Reg. No. 9026, Staff-Sergeant Giroux, H. 
Promoted Assistant Veterinary Surgeon — 

Reg. No. 4339, Staff-Sergeant Littlehales, J. E. 
Retired to Pension — 

Superintendent C. H. West, 

Superintendent P. W. Pennefather, 

Inspector J. A. Macdonald, 

Inspector C. H. H. Sweetapple, 

Inspector C. C. Raven 

Inspector C. R. W. Stuart. 

Veterinary- Surgeon J. Burnett. 
Died — 

Inspector G. W. Kennedy. 

It is with much regret that it was found necessary, on account of reduction in 
strength of the force and the cutting down of overhead expenses, to retire the above- 
mentioned officers to pension. All of them were experienced officers who had rendered 
good service. 

Superintendent Tucker, who was also retired to pension, does not show in the 
foregoing statement, he having been granted an extra month's leave on account of 
handing over his command in the Yukon, and the distance he had to travel to come 
back to Vancouver. His retirement dated from October 1. 

Twelve senior non-commissioned officers were also retired for the same reasons, 
after long and faithful service. 

HEALTH 

The reports of the Principal Medical Officer and the Assistant Surgeon show that 
the health of the force ^n the whole has been good. As is inevitable in a service 
entailing open-air life, travel in out-of-the-way places, and a certain number of risks 
and hardships, a considerable number of injuries are recorded. 

It is with great regret that I record the death of one officer and nine other 
ranks. 

Inspector Kennedy had served for many years in the Dominion Police, and had 
held a commission in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police after the amalgamation. 

The tragic circumstances of Corporal Doak's death are described elsewhere in 
this report. 



32 ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
HORSES 

The reduction in the numbers of the force has resulted in our sending a con- 
siderable number of horses from Ottawa and Brandon to Regina. 'Some have been 
sent to pasture, and a number have been disposed of. The casualties among the 
horses have been : — 

Cast and sold 136 

Died 22 

Transferred to another Department 1 

159 
The health of the animals has been good. 

TRANSPORT 

The bulk of our motor transport, consisting of eight McLaughlins, was purchased 
in 1916. These have done a great deal of work, and although they have been 
kept in repair, some of them are now almost worn out, and will probably have to be 
replaced. Two Ford touring cars were bought during the year, and are being used on 
the Boundary Patrol. It is found that these are much more serviceable than motor- 
cycles with side cars, and just as economical. 

BUILDIl^GS 

The only building operations undertaken during the year were those at Aklavik, 
where a new post has been established. The Port McPherson log buildings were taken 
down and re-erected at Aklavik. Logs have been cut for the erection of new ones. 
A portable saw-mill was sent in during last summer, and lumber is being cut for the 
completion of these buildings. This work is all done by our own men. 

Our reserves at Battleford and Maple Creek, where we had faii'ly large barracks, 
which were built years ago, and are now occupied only by small detachments, have 
been turned over to the Department of the Interior to be disposed of to the best 
advantage. 

CLOTHING 

The supply and quality of clothing has been satisfactory. 



FORAGE 

The supply has been satisfactory. While prices remained high for the greater 
portion of the year there are indications of a decline. 

I have the honour to be, sir. 

Your obedient servant, 

CORTLANDT STARNES, 

Assista7it Comm {ssioner. 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 21 

APPENDIX A 
THE CONTROL OF THE ARCTIC REGIONS 

THE 51URDEII OF ROBERT S. JANES 

An account was given in the annual report of 1921 of the establishment of the 
Ponds Inlet Detachment by Statf-Sergeant Joy, and mention was made of the killing 
by Eskimos of one Robert S. Janes. During the winter of 1921-22 Staff-Sergeant Joy 
apprehended three Eskimos named Noo-Kud-Lah, Oo-roo-re-ung-nak and Ah-tee-tah, 
on the charge of having killed Janes in March, 1920, at Cai>e Crawford, at the 
extreme northwestern corner of Baffin island. 

Robert Janes was a native of Newfoundland who had spent a good many years 
in this part of the world; among his other activities he had been second officer of the 
Arctic in the expedition of 1910-11. In 1916 he established himself as a trader at 
Patricia River, Eclipse sound, about thirty-five miles from Ponds Inlet, where are 
situated two trading stations and our detachment. His commercial operations were 
unsuccessful, his financial backing in St. John's, Newfoundand, fell through, for 
several successive summers the ship he expected did not arrive, and the natives ceased 
to trade with him. It is stated that disputes arose between him and sundry Eskimos, 
in part over financial m.atter. His circumstances during the last year and a half 
of his life are described as having been very miserable. In 1919 he made efforts to 
obtain a passage to St. John's, but these were frustrated, and he is stated to have 
decided to make his way to Chesterfield in Hudson bay, this involving a long and 
arduous journey along the west coast of Baffin island, across Melville peninsula and 
by Wager bay. He and his driver, an Eskimo named Oo-Took-ito, set out early in 
1920, and arrived on March 14 at a large native encampment at Cape Crawford. In 
this camp was Noo-Kud-lali, with whom Janes had been at variance. Some time after 
his arrival Janes was shot and killed, it being alleged that Noo-Ivud-lah fired the 
shots. 

After establishing himself at Ponds Inlet, 'Staff-Sergeant Joy undertook the 
investigation of this affair. On December 7, 1921, he left the detachment for Cape 
Crawford, arriving there on December 21. On December 26 he found the body, which 
had been buried in the snow by four Eskimos, Oo-Orloo, Ewah-lah, Jock and the son 
of the last named, Panik-pah. Staff^Sergeant Joy speaks of this as an " admirable 
and christian-like act"; the Eskimos expose their dead, but these men, knowing that 
the practice among white men is different, went to considerable trouble to inter him. 
Staff-Sergeant Joy conducted an autopsy, finding two bullet wounds and incontest- 
able evidence that the deceased had come to his end by violence. He removed the body 
to Ponds Inlet and in his capacity as coroner held an inquest, finding a jury of three 
among the traders and appointing a fourth to be special constable. The inquest 
opened on January 23, and after some adjournments ended on February 11. Eight 
natives were examined, and the following verdict was rendered: — 

" That the said Robert Janes was shot to death on or about the end of 
March in the year one thousand nine hundred and twenty, the precise date 
being to the jurors unknown, at Cape Crawford, in the Northwest Territories. 
And that the cause of his death was that Noo-kud-lah, alias Ki-wat-soo, 
Eskimo did feloniously and of his malice aforethought kill and murder the said 
Robert Janes by shooting him through the body and head with a rifle, from 
which he instantly died. 

" And so do further say that Oo-roo-re-ung-nak, Eskimo, and Ah-tee-tah, 
Eskimo, did felonously and of their malice aforethought aid and- abet the said 
Noo-kud-lah, alias Ki-wat-soo, in committing the said felonous act." 
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34 ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

The accused, Xoo-kud-lali, had not been present durin<r these preliminary pro- 
ceedings, having mcved to a phice called Igloo-lik, on Fury and Hecla strait, nearly 
five hundred miles from Ponds Inlet if the main coast line be followed. Following 
the verdict of the inquest, Staff-Sergeant Joy, who has a commission as justice of the 
peace in the Northwest Territories as well as another as coroner, issued warrants for 
the three men named in the verdict. The rest of tie winter and spring were occupied 
in collecting the three men for whom warrants were out, as w'ell as the necessary wit- 
nesses; these people were scattered all over the northern part of Baffin island, an area 
some three hundred miles long by two hundred miles wide, and to the usual difficul- 
ties of travel in this inhospitable region was added a scarcity of dogs, due to an 
epidemic which prevailed. Staff-Sergeant Joy sent messages to these people to come 
to him, giving assistance in the way of provisions when necessary, and one by one 
the persons incriminated and most of the witnesses made their appearance at the 
post. Oo-roo-re-ung-nak was arrested on May 29, 1922, Ah-tee-tah on June 12, and 
Noo-kud-lah on July 10. One of Staff-Sergeant Joy's difficulties was with interpre- 
ters, and he postponed the formal arrest of Noo-kud-lah for a week after the man's 
arrival, until he could obtain the services of a man who could satisfy him that he had 
made the accused iinderstand the warning given at the time of the arrest. It also 
took much effort to collect the witnesses. 

The preliminary inquiry was opened on July 10, before Staff-Sergeant Joy, 
sitting as justice of the peace, and was continued until July 20. Eight witnesses were 
examined, seven Eskimos and one white man, the latter, Mr. Wilfred C. Caron, a 
trader at Ponds Inlet; statutoi*y declarations made by eight Eskimos also were sub- 
mitted, these being men who were at distant places; and the three accused men made 
statements. Concerning this last feature of the proceedings, Staff-Sergeant Joy 
observes : '' The accused were given the statutory warning, and although the form 
was complied with and the best explanation possible given them, I was convinced that 
it was beyond their comprehension and each made a statement without examination." 
Of the witnesses examined, one Eskimo woman and Mr. Caron were summoned for 
the defence, and four of the statutory declarations were submitted on the same side. 

Summarized, the facts brought out were that for some time Janes had got on 
badly with a number of Eskimos, particularly with Noo-kud-lah, disputes having 
occurred over claims by Janes upon the Eskimo for goods which he had given them. 
For the defence it was deposed that Janes had threatened violence, and at one time 
had assaulted Noo-kud-lah's father, and further that he had taken some fur from 
Ah-tee-tah against his will. It also was sworn that during his stay at Cape Craw- 
ford, Janes had had a dispute with the nativ-es, had been very angry, and had threat- 
ened to shoot their dogs and to shoot some of them. The details of the killing as 
elicited in evidence were that Janes was in an igloo when, in accordance with a pre- 
concerted plan, Oo-roo-re-ung-nak entered and told him that another Eskimo had 
some skins which he was willing to sell; Janes (who was very eager to obtain furs) 
came out, and on his emerging Noo-kud-lah shot him through the body. The unfor- 
tunate man did not fall immediately, and Ah-tee-tah went up to him and pushed 
him down; Noo-kud-lah fired again, the bullet going through his head and killing 
him. Evidence was given that one or more general discussions were held at which 
the decision to kill Janes was taken. After the murder had taken place a number of 
the Eskimos gave the murderer skins as a reward. The Eskimos insisted that they 
were greatly in fear of Janes. 

On July 20 the three men were committed for trial. 

During 1923 a court will be sent to Ponds Inlet and the accused will be tried. 
They now are in the vicinity, under open arrest. A feature of the situation is that 
it is necessary to provide for the prisoners and witnesses and their families, the deten- 
tion interfering with their customary habits of life, and the vicinity of Ponds Inlet 
being unable to support so considerable a number of people. The confinement to one 
locality and the anxiety have told severely on the prisoners. 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 21 

While carrjdng out these operatioiie, whioh necessitated his assuming in turn 
the characters of a policeman, a coroner and a magistrate, Staff-Sergeant Joy was 
alone, so far as this force is concerned; the only other white men in the vicinity 
were those belongiiig to the two trading stations at Ponds Inlet. Inspector Wilcox 
on his way north left a corporal and two constables with him, so that during this 
winter the detachment will number four. It may be added -that the documents sent 
out by Staff-Sergeant Joy were complete in every detail; the proceedings before this 
court were as regular as any taken in the Dominion. 

ALLEGED MURDERS AT HOME BAY 

During the winter of 1922-2i3 Sliaff-Sergeant Joy will investigate another killing, 
this time among the Eskimo. Three of these people are reported to have been slain 
at Home Bay, on the east coast of Baffin island, some distance north of Cumberland 
gulf. Meagre particulars have been received, Staff-Sergeant Joy's preliminary report 
rendered on August 30, 1922, being in part as follows : — 

" I have the honour to report that I was informed by Capt. Munn, of 
tJie Arctic Gold Exploration Syndicate, yesterday that an Eskimo in charge of 
of the Sabellum Trading Company's outpost at Kiveetung, or Kingnitung, 
Home Bay, is stated during the pa^t winter to have become insane, claiming to 
be Christ. Acting under his order another Eskimo shot and killed two other 
natives (men) who refused to accept the insane man's views or biddings. 
Some time later when the insane man was siaid to he threatening to kill a 
woman, who was on her knees at the time, a native named Kidlappick shot 
and killed him when he was about to strike and kill the kneeling woman with 
a hammer. 

" Some time prior to this the insane man had ibeen shot and wounded 
by another or the same man, on account of his terrorizing the community. 
The Eskimos on this occasion nursed his wound until he became well, and it 
was after this that the murder took place. 

" The murderer of the two Eskimos, also the murderer of the insane man, 
are said to be living in the vicinity of the Hudson's Bay Company's trading 
post at Cumberland gulf at the present time. 

" Kiveetung is on Davis strait, about two hundred miles north of the 
entrance to Cumberland gullf." 

Our latest information from Staff-Sergeant Joy is dated September 7; up to 
that time for various reasons he had been unahle to proceed to the scene of the 
killing; he purposed going there during the winter. 

PORT BURWELL DETACHMENT 

Sergeant J. E. F. Wight spent an uneventful winter at this place, discharging 
his duties as Customs officer, etc. He made several patrols, travelling a distance of 
over seventeen hundred milee, of which some three hundred and twenty miiles was 
by dog-sled and the rest by water; visits were paid to the southern portion of Baffin 
island, to the Button islands, and to various places on the east or Atlantic and the 
west or Ungava bay sidee of the long point of land which comes to an end at Cape 
Chidley. Tlie purpose of these journeys was partly to obtain a knowledge of the 
country and the trails, and partly to ascertain to what extent his instructions as 
to the observance of the game laws had been heeded. He concluded that the Eskimos 
who trade at Port Burwell quite understand the reason for these restrictions. He is 
of opinion, however, that in the large area south and west of TJngava bay much 
hunting and trapping out of season goes on; there is in this region a large fur 
district. 

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36 ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

An interesting remark made by Sergeant Wight is tliat the natives in this 
region entertain feelings of dread as regards the Government, having heard of it 
only as a repressive agency, and having no experience of the practical benefits of 
which it can be the bearer. He remarks that if it were possible to station in this 
region a medical man (who could have the powers of a magistrate) they would 
have an opportunity of learning something of good citizenship. It may be remarked 
that the Department of Indian Affairs supplied Sergeant Wight with a large medicine 
chest, the contents of which he has dispensed as needed to the natives who live m 
the vicinity of Port Bnrwell. 

THE HUDSOX BAY REGION 

Work in the area tributary to Hudson bay, as always is the case, has been 
arduous, but has presented no unusual features. The post at Churchill has been 
closed and an officer, Inspector E. G. Frere, has been stationed at Chesterfield inlet, 
about four liundred miles further north, with a detachment of some strength. The 
ether i>ost in this general area is at Port Nelson. 

The hardships and exposure which form part of the routine of service in this 
country are illustrated by two extracts from the diary of the patrol made from Port 
Nelson to Fort Churchill by Corporal Campbell. He left on Pebniary 6, 1922, the 
temperature being thirty degrees below zero. His entry for February 9 is: — 

" Thursday, February 9. Forty below. N.N.W. wind. Broke camp at 
8 a.m. Boiled kettle at noon and struck camp for the night at Broad Hiver. 
Getting very cold. There are a few Indians trapping here. Mileage, 25." 

In the four days following the temperature was from forty-four to forty-six 
degrees below zero. The entry for the last day of the northward march is : — 

"Monday, February 13. Forty-six below. Drifting in a.m. Blizzard in 
p.m. Broke camp at 7.30 a.m. and arrived at Fort Churchill at 11 a.m. Just 
got in in time. Strong wind coming up from the N.W. which developed into 
blizzard in p.m. Dogs in splendid condition. Mileage, 18." 

The fate of Ouangwak the absconding murderer, to which reference was m^ade 
in the last annual report, has been completely cleared up. As was confidently 
believed, he perished in the blizzard which was raging when he fled. Early in 
January, 1922, Sergeant W. 0. Douglas, who then was in charge of the detachment 
at Chesterfield, heard that a body had been found near Lake Shekoligyouak, the scene 
of the fugitive's disappearance. He made a patrol, under arduous conditions as 
travelling was bad and dog-feed scarce, from March 15 to May 11, and found the 
remains. They had been much mutilated by animals, probably his own dogs, but 
numerous articles scattered about were positively identified as having been in 
Ouangwak's possession during his flight, 

A ghastly feature of the exhumation, which vividly illustrates the difficulties of 
travel in this region, is thus noticed in the report: — 

"Owing to the starving condition of the dogs it was necessary to start 
for home as soon as possible. . . . The dogs were some one hundred 
yards from the spot where I was uncovering the remains and three times 
almost managed to reach there even against the united efforts of four natives 
to hold them; the last time with the sled turned over. When in a starving 
condition a husky dog shows no fear for a stick or a whip when he smells 
meat." 

An Eskimo of this region, Edjoarjuk, behaved very well in this matter. Sergeant 
Douglas says: — 

"On my arrival at native Edjoarjuk's camp on Lake Shekoligyouak, I 
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moved further south owing to hunger and scarcity of deer. This man did not 
move south with the remainder of his camp, but stayed in the close vicinity 
of the remains, as he was expecting me and not wishing to take me further 
out of my course knowing the scarcity of deer. 

" A great deal of credit is due to this Eskimo, as on my arrival at his 
camp his fall caches had long since been finished', and he was living entirely 
on fish which were very scarce, only being able to get just enough to keep 
them alive. 

" This is the third winter that I have patrolled this district, and I have 
never before seen such hard times." 

Sergeant Douglas reports that these winter patrols are welcomed by the Eskimo, 
who' now realize that they come as friends and not merely as agents of punishment. 

Yet another murder case will have to be investigated in the northern portion 
of this district. Word has been received that in the winter of 1920-21 an Eskimo 
named Poya-tack was killed by another native named Ce-nu-Jook. This took place 
north of Repulse bay, in a peculiarly inaccessible region. 

Another example of the perils of life in Hudson bay is afforded by a report, 
dated September 24, 1921, and received by me on May 8, 1922, that the crew of a 
Hudson's Bay Company schooner had met natives living on Coats island, in the 
north of the bay, who told them that they had found the skeletons of three white 
men, and a boat, on the shores of the island. One man had been buried under rocks, 
and the other were close together in the open; a revolver, the only weapon found, was 
near the remains. An American schooner, the A. T.- Gijford, was lost in the bay with 
all hands on her way out in 1915, and from various indications it is believed that 
the three men whose remains were found had belonged to this vessel. 

MR, KNUD RASMUSSEn's EXPEDITION 

Mr. Knud Easmussen, the Danish explorer and his party, known as the Fifth 
Thule Expedition (so named from Thule, Mr. Rasmussen's station on the coast of 
GreenlandX spent the winter of 1921-22 on an island near Vansittart island, off 
Lyon inlet, at the southern end of Melville peninsula. Our Chesterfield Inlet detach- 
ment came into contact with Mr. Easmussen, visits being exchanged. Constable R. 
McB. Paquet, between March 10 and May Y, 1922, made a patrol of about nine hun- 
dred miles from Chesterfield Inlet to Repulse Bay and Vansittart Island; in the 
course of this he visited the Hudson'^ Bay Company's schooner Fort Chesterfield at 
Wager Inlet, the Hudson's Bay Company post at Repulse Bay, and the Danish expe- 
dition. On his way north, on April 1, he met Mr. Rasmussen on his way to Chester- 
field Inlet. The Hudson's Bay Company agents. Constable Paquet reports, were 
surveying the Boothia peninsula for the purpose of establishing new trading posts. 
He arrived at Mr. Rasmussen's station on April 8, finding only two natives there, 
the white men all being absent in various directions on exploring or prospecting 
trips. At this place Constable Paquet met natives fi'om Igloo-lik, the place on Fury 
and Hecla strait already mentioned as the residence of Noo-kud-lah when Staff- 
Sergeant Joy summoned him to repair to Ponds Inlet to face the charges against 
him. 

Constable Paquet reports game plentiful and the natives well off. 

Meanwhile Mr. Rasmussen had made his way to Chesterfield Inlet, finding 
Sergeant Douglas absent on patrol, and travelled on to Baker Lake to visit the Padle- 
muit Eskimo; on his return from this trip he met Sergeant Douglas. Later Inspector 
E. G. Frere met Mr. Rasmussen at Chesterfield Inlet. 

THE MURDER OF CORPORAL DOAK AND MR. BINDER 

A preliminary account of the affray in the summer of 1921 in Kent peninsula 
was published in the last annual report. Corporal Doak, as the non-commissioned 
officer in charge of the Tree River detachment, investigated the affair early in 1922, 



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arrested two Eskimos, and finished and despatched his report a short time before he 
he was murdered. The people concerned belonged to the tribe which killed Messrs. 
Radford and Street in 1912. One of the murdered Eskimos, a man named Hanak, 
was described as the cause of all the trouble; "his main object in life," Corporal 
Doak wrote, " was to secure an extra wife or two for himself. In order to do this 
he would have to kill some of the married men, and he had threatened to do this. 
He had also threatened to kill Pugnana and Tatamigana, as they were too friendly 
with his wife." Hanak's wife, it must be noted, also was named Pugnana. Hanak 
had challenged the two n-.en named to fight with guns, but they declined; they con- 
sulted together and decided to kill Hanak if he showed any sign of commencing 
hostilities. Two other men of the band, Ikpahohaok and his son Ikialgina, sided 
with Hanak; the statement is made that "Ikialgina was a useless troublemakei- who 
could not keep a wife when he had one, and Hanak had promised to get a wife for 
him." The natives other than this group of three had been apprehensive and had 
decided to move away and leave them. However, the day before the intended 
departure Hanak made good his threats by shooting at another man named Anagvik; 
according to the evidence so far obtained this was quite unprovoked, as Anagvik had 
had no quarrel with Hanak and, when fired upon, was walking from some fish-traps 
to the camp. Anagvik was wounded. Pugnana and Tatamigana were on the alert; 
they rushed out of their tents with their rifles and knives, and Tatamigana instantly 
shot Hanak through the chest, while Pugnana shot and killed Ikialgina. Pugnana 
then killed Hanak's wife with his knife, and, finding Hanak still to be alive, finished 
him with the same weapon. Tatamigana in the meantime had been engaged by 
Ikpahahaok, the two men taking cover and exchanging shots; after killing Hanak, 
Pugnana went to the aid of his partner and shot Ikpahahoek. Pugana then went to 
Hanak's tent and killed Okalitama, Hanak's four-year-old daughter. " This was 
considered to be an act of kindness by the people," the report states. After the 
fighting was over Pugnana and Tatamigana carried all the bodies to a large lake 
near by and threw them in. 

Retribution soon befell Pugnana. The statement subsequently made .by Tata- 
migana tells the tale concisely: — 

" After the shooting affair at Kent Peninsula, Pugnana and I went out 
caribou shooting; he was still excited over the kiUing and asked me if I would 
help him kill some more people. I talked to him and tried to get him to change 
his mind but he said that he was bouncl to do more killing as the other people 
were against him. On our return to camp I decided that the best thing to do 
would be to kill Pugnana and save any further trouble. I was afraid to do it 
alone so I had a talk with Alikomiak, and we decided to get Pugnana to go 
shooting the next day and to kill him the first chance we had. Alikomiak 
agreed to do the killing. Our chance soon came leaving camp; Pugnana was 
a little ahead. I made signs to Alikomiak and he shot him in the back and 
Pugnana fell dead. I had nothing against Pugnana for he was my cousin and 
we were good friends, but I did not want to see him kill any more natives." 

A statement made by Alikomiak is to the same effect. 

Corporal Doak patrolled to Kent Peninsula in December, 1921, and ascertained 
the facts narrated in the preceding paragraphs. He arrested Tatamigana and 
Alikomiak and returned to Tree River with his two prisoners, also bringing as 
witnesses Anagvik, who had been woimded in the affray, Anagvik's wife and 
Pugnana's widow, a crippled woman named Agnahiak. 

The murder of Corporal Doak and Mr. Binder followed. 

The detachment at Tree River comprised Corporal Doak, Corporal Bonshor, and 
Constables Woolams and Stevenson. The detachment had to take care of several 
prisoners and a number of witnesses who were being held. At Tree River is the police 
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wliite men, Mr. Otto Binder and Mr. C. H. Clark. Seven miles away was a seal 
camp, formed by a number of Eskimos ; accommodation being limited at the post, 
Tatamigana, Ik-a-luk-piak and the witnesses were sent to the seal camp under the 
escort of Constable Woolams; Mr. Clark also was there upon some occasion of 
l>u.<iness. Corporal Doak despatched Corporal Bonshor to Great Bear Lake with the 
winter's mail, which included the reports from which quotation has been made; he 
directed Constable Stevenson to accompany Corporal Bonshor for part of the journey. 
Thus there were left at Tree River Corporal Doak and the prisoner Alikomiak .at 
the police post and Mr. Binder and his native wife at the trading station Alikomiak 
was under open arrest and was on light fatigue duty. 

On the morning of April 1, 1922, Alikomiak rose while Corporal Doak still was 
asleep, procured a rifle, and shot Doak as he lay in bed. Doak was not killed outright, 
but died in about two hours. The murderer remained in the room wdth him. In 
the course of the morning Mr. Binder, in conformity with his custom, left his own 
house and walked to the police quarters to visit Corporal Doak. Alikomiak stood near 
the window where he could command a view and, when Binder was about fifty yeards 
away, fired through the window, shooting him through the heart and killing him 
instantly. Alikomiak then went to Mr. Binder's house and told the native woman 
there what he had done; the two Eskimos carried his body into the police bixilding, 
and laid it on a bed. In the afternoon some natives came from the seal camp to 
trade and found the two white men dead. They returned to the camp with the 
murderer and the native woman; Alikomiak according to his own account had some 
idea of shooting Constable Woolams, but on the way the other natives disarmed him. 
At the seal camp Constable Woolams at once apprehended Alikomiak and he and Mr. 
Clark repaired to Tree River; a message also was despatched to recall Corporal 
Bonshor and Constable Stevenson. 

In explanation of Corporal Doak's course in keeping Alikomiak under open 
arrest it is to be observed, in addition to the fact that the general docility of the 
Eskimo tends to induce white men to trust them, that there were practical reasons. 
Alikomiak, not being married, had no one to make his clothes and boots; after his 
arrest his feet had been frozen and he was hardly fit to stay at the camp. Corporal 
Doak had attended to Alikomiak's feet, giving him medical assistance. There is no 
cell accommodation at Tree River, the post, owing to the difiiculty of transporting 
materials, consisting of a small dwelling-house, and a storehouse. 

Inspector S. T. Wood, the Ofiicer Commanding the Arctic Subdistrict remarks : — 

"Corporal Doak, having been a long time in this district, was well known 
and respected by whites and natives alike. His untimely death is a distinct 
loss to the police service. He had the reputation of being the best traveller 
and dog-driver in the district, and for this and for many other reasons he will 
be a hard man to replace.'' 

Inspector Wood adds that Mr. Binder had a good reputation as a trader and was 
liked by the natives. Before taking a position with the Hudson's Bay Company, he 
worked for the Canadian Arctic Exijedition. 

It is a coincidence that Corporal Cornelius, another fine Arctic traveller, died at 
Edmonton of influenza on the same day that Corporal Doak was murdered. Corporal 
Cornelius had been in charge of the Tree River Detachment, and the two men were 
friends. 

THE DEATH OF HAV-OQ-GGAK 

As regards the death of Hav-oo-ogak, for which Ik-a-luk-piak is under arrest, 
Corporal Doak's report, which is dated February 2^^', 1922, is to the effect that on his 
way back from his patrol to the east in December, 1921, he heard rumours at a native 
camp that a native had been killed by his partner some time in the autumn of 1921, 



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at a place inland from Grace Bay. In consequence he made a patrol to the camp of 
the natives who were sealing off shore in the winter, and after making inquiries 
arrested Ik-a-luk-piak. " I did not have very much to go on in making the arrest," 
Corporal Doak reported, "but the friends of the dead man were very much worked 
up, so I knew that if I did not pick him up, they would deal with him in their own 
way, which would be a dead end for him." It appeared from the stories told that 
the accused, the dead man and the latter's wife, a woman named Ivhattia, had lived 
together in one of the partnerships not uncommon among these i>eople, and the pre- 
sumption is that Ik-a-luk-piak killed Hav-oo-ogak in order to have the woman to 
himself. The woman and another witness, an Eskimo named Ictik, Khattia's 
brother, are under detention. 

In this affair, unlike most of our cases of this sort, the accused has not confessed. 
H'is statement is that he and the deceased were cam.ped inland and that they left camp 
with dog-teams to fetch back some caribou that they had shot. Before reaching the 
cache Ik-a-luk-piak, according to his account, discovered that he had lost his whip, 
and returned along the trail to look for it. He walked some distance before finding 
it, and on returning to the cache found Hav-oo-ogak lying on the ground, shot through 
the head. " His rifle was on the ground about ten feet away from him and there was 
a trap close to him. It looked as though he had been starting to set the trap. I put 
on a load of meat and went back to camp to tell the people that he was dead." 

The widow's statement is that Ik-a-luk-piak on previous occasions had threatened 
Hav-oo-ogak and on one occasion had tried to shoot him, being deprived of his rifle 
by the other Eskimo. On the day of the death the two had gone out to set traps and- 
Ik-a-luk-piak had returned, crjnng, and saying that her husband 'Svas no good and 
had killed himself." She and her brother had found the body ; the bullet had entered 
the top of the head and had come out through the forehead. The statement by Ictik 
corroborated this, both as to previous bad blood between the two men, and as to the 
nature of the wound. 

Corporal Doak remarked in his report : — 

"It is impossible to get any exhibits in these cases, as the bodies are placed 
by the natives in such a way that wolves, foxes and other animals tear them to 
pieces in a short time." 

It is perhaps of interest to note that as soon as Ictik learned that his brother- 
in-law was dead he smashed Ik-a-luk-piak's rifle. At Chesterfield Inlet after an 
accidental shooting — a lad of eight or ten killed a younger child while trying to kill 
a seal — the natives threw the rifle which had discharged the shot into the sea. 

Ik-a-luk-piak was put under arrest and Khattia, Ictik, the latter's wife, and another 
witness named Kunana are held at Tree River. 

THE DISAPPEAIL\NCE OF HIK-TAK 

The Hik-tak case is of longer standing, and like the preceding one, involves the 
menage a trois which is found so often in the Arctic. Corporal Cornelius reported 
in July of 1921, that during the preceding winter he had heard of Hik-tak's disap- 
pearance and had investigated. The story he gathered he reported in the following 
language : — 

"During the spring of 1920 when the snow had nearly all gone, an Eskimo 
named Hik-tak and his wife Argak and son Akana, together with his partner 
named Komeuk, were encamped about seven days' travel southwest of Port 
Epworth. 

"Early one morning, Ivomeuk took his 22 cal. rifle and went off to kill 
some game. Argak saw him going over the hills to the south quite a distance 
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"That same morning after breakfast, Hik-tak got his 4-i cal. rifle, his knife 
and deerskin mitts and went off to the north to find a good camping place 
where they intended to move to the following day. Hik-tak was to return to 
camp that evening and help pack their outfit to their new camping grounds 
the following day. , ' 

"Argak wanted to go along with him, but he took the boy, Akana, to pack 
some meat for him in her place. 

"After going some distance, Hik-tak sent Akana bade to camp, saying that 
there was too much mosquitoes for him to go further, and that he could go 
the f ollowiiig day with his mother. 

"On occasions previous to his departure from camp this time Hik-tak 
had told his wife Argak, that he was afraid someone was going to' kill him, 
and that he thought the time was drawing near, but never said who he sus- 
pected of wanting to kill him. 

"Argak watched him and Akana going for some time, but had to go inside 
her tent on account of mosquitoes. 

" 'No shots, of the hunters' rifles were heard that day by Argak. 
"Komeuk returned to camp that evening carrying some fresh deer meat. 
"The morning following H'ik-tak's departure Argak awoke and found 
Hik-tak's right hand deerskin mitt of the pair he had taken away, under her 
head. Argak asked Akana and Komeuk if either of them had brought the 
mitt back, but they said that they had not. 

"That evening, Argak, Akana and Komeuk followed Hik-tak's trail and 
soon came to pieces of deer horns. There was a lot of caribou tracks crossing 
Hik-tak's trail at this place, also lots of blood scattered around, but no print 
of a caribou's body where it had fallen on the snow, and no signs where meat 
had been cut. 

"At this same place Argak found Hik-tak's 44 cal. rifle and his new car- 
tridge bag which had got badly torn since his departure. The rifle was nearly 
all covered with snow, but his knife was never found. 

"From this place, what they took to be Hik-tak's trail led to a lake close 
by and was losf at its edge. 

"After their return to camp Komeuk went away by himself to look for 
the missing man, and did not return for some time. 

"According to the natives around Port Epworth, Konjeuk and H'ik-tak 
seemed to get along very well together, and Akana and Hik-tak were the best 
of friends. 

"Komeuk now has Argak for his wife. 

"The natives in Coronation gulf sincerely believe that there was foul 
play in connection with Hik-tak's disappearance, and they believe that Komeuk 
is responsible. 

"Komeuk has a bad reputation amongst the Eskimo, and it is said that 
he shot his first wife through the head some years ago. 

"Most of the natives are somewhat afraid of him, partly on account of 
him being a native 'Medicine m.an,' and say that he is dangerous and needs 
watching." 
Constable Stevenson is to investigate the affair in the coming winter, if time 
permits. A trial may result in August next, at Herschel Island. 

THE KILLING OF KAPOLAK 

The parricide case, the killing of Kapolak, presents a strange story of unfaithful- 
ness and ungovernable rage. In this case also the investigation was made by the late 



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Corporal Cornelius, wlio early iu 1921 heard of the affair while on patrol. The people 
concerned were living at the time at Wellington Bay, in Victoria island, opposite 
Kent peninsula; this was risited in February, 1921. Corporal Cornelius' report in 
part is as follows: — 

'"During the spring of 1020, Kapolak and his family, composed of Uhokak 
his wife, their two sons Pannak and Ivannuyatchiak, and Inoahoadlik (Kan- 
nuyatchiak's wife), moved camp from Dease Strait to a lake called Uming- 
muktok, on Victoria land, north of Wellington bay. 

''Shortly after their arrival at the lake, another native named Imnaina 
and his wife Kingodlik, and young son Hilawk went to the lake and pitched 
camp along side of them. 

■ ''Kapolak became interested in Kingodlik and spent much time in her 
company. 

"Uhokak (Kapolak's wife) became jealous and accused Kapolak of his 
wrong doing. Kapolak became angry and seized TJliokak by the throat to choke 
her, but Inoahoadlik interfered and Uhokak and she were successful in keeping 
Kapolak from carrying out his intention. 

"Kapolak being determined to kill Uhokak got a long spear, but before he 
could bring it into use, it was taken away from him by his sons, Ivannuyat- 
chiak, Pannak and Inoahoadlik. 

"Kapolak then got a rifle from Kannuyatchiak's tent, but this also was 
taken from him by Kannuyatchiak and Inoahoadlik. 

"Kapolak became tired and went away, and soon afterwards fell asleep. 

"After Kapolak awoke from his sleep he started making a knife, and a 
day later, when completed, he went after Uhokak again, intending to kill her 
with it. 

"Uhokak seeing him coming ran to the lake and waded out in the water 
and climbed on to the ice. Being closely followed by Kapolak she jumped into 
the water again and got on to another piece of ice. 

"This chase continued for some time, during which Inoahoadlik walked 
out into the water and called to Uhokak to go ashore. Uhokak seeing Inoa- 
hoadlik waiting for her, went to the shore as quickly as possible. 

"Kapolak was following closely behind and immediately after his arrival 
on shore, went straight for Uhokak with his knife. Inoahoadlik got in front 
of Uhokak for the purpose of trying to stop Kapolak, but he threw her on 
the ground and grabbed his wife. Uhokak then caught Kapolak's uplifted arm 
which held the knife. Kapolak put his hands behind his back with the intention 
of changing the knife into the other hand, but in trying to do so dropped it. 

"Inoahoadlik snatched the knife from the ground before Kapolak could 
recover it, and threw it away as far as she could. 

"Kapolak then grasped Uhokak by the throat, saying that he would kill her 
and then kill hiniBcK. Uhokak and Inoahoadlik were unable to stop him. 

"While these two men were struggling with Kapolak, Pannak, who had 
seized a rifle in his tent went to them, closely followed by his brother Kannuyat- 
chiak. 

"Pannak approached Kapolak from the back, and when within about 
eight feet of him (without speaking) shot him through the head, death resulting 
instantly. 

"The body, according to native custom, was wrapped in deerskins and left 
on the land. 

"The statements taken from those concerned in this case were given 
•willingly and straightforwardly, and as they compare so well together, there can 
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"Pannak, at the most cannot be more than thirteen years of age, and 
according to the statements taken was always on friendly terms with his father 
Kapolak before this trouble started, therefore, Pannak saying that his only 
reason for killing his father, was because he knew Kapolak intended to kill 
his mother, must be the truth. 

" The Ekalloktok natives, who all know of this affair, are under the opinion 
that Pannak was quite justified in killing his father to prevent Kapolak carry- 
ing out his murderous intention." 



PATROLS IN THE .\RCTIC 

During the year a number of patrols were made from Tree River, the distances 
travelled being great, and the work arduous. Of these the most interesting is that 
made by Corporal Doak in December, 1901, to Kent Peninsula in connection with 
what may be called the Alikomiak-Pugnana murders. He travelled approximately 
400 miles, leaving 'on December 3 and returning on New Year's day. His account 
of this journey is in part as follows : — - 

" We travelled east to Cape Barrow, and then following a zig-zag route 
through many islands, into Bathurst inlet, O'Ur general direction being south-" 
east. 

"We visited three large snow house villages, besides meeting several bands 
of natives coming from inland. 

" The natives are very short of seal oil, and as they depend on this for 
both food and fuel, they were putting in a most miserable time. At one vil- 
lage the natives were down to eating deerskin (we made our stay short at this 
place). 

" This, of course, is entii'ely their own fault, for they should have been 
out sealing, but according to their customs the women must do no needlework 
out on the ice, and the winter clothes must be made on land. They prefer 
putting up with two or three weeks^ hardship to breaking any of their taboos. 

" Leaving the inlet we travelled northeast and on December 13 we came 
to another village at the head of Kent Peninsula. I stayed there that day, 
investigating the shooting affair,- and taking statements from those who wit- 
nessed it. We left the village on the following morning and as a result of my 
investigations, arrested native Tatamigana, who is the only survivor of the 
actual combatants. His partner Pugnana had been killed by native Alikomiak. 

" We stayed that night at the Hudson's Bay Company's post at Kent 
Peninsula, and the next day I went inland after Alikomiak, using Tatamigana 
as guide. We reached the native village about 9 p.m. on the second night and 
I arrested native Alikomiak. 

" The natives at this village were not particularly friendly, for according 
to their customs the boy had just done the right thing in killing Pugnana, and 
it wae hard for them to see why I should take him away. 

" This is the same band of natives that a few years ago was implicated in 
the murder of Radford and Street. 

" We should have a first-class interpreter here, this would greatly facili- 
tate our work with these natives. They require everything to be explained to 
" them in detail, otherwise they imagine that they are being bluffed, and sooner 
or later there will be a mix-up in making an arrest. 

" None of the natives with whom I came in contact have any idea who or 
what the police are, or what they are doing in the country. On asking one of 
the natives if he knew who we were, he replied ' The rich men of the country.' 
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" I arrived back at the Hudson's Bay Company's post at Kent Peninsula 
on December 18 with prisoners Tatamigana and Alikomiak, and remained there 
until the 24th, as Alikomiak had frozen his heels and. was unfit for travel. It 
was necessary for Alikomiak to ride on our sled all the way back to Tree River." 

It may be added, in view of subsequent events, that the entry in the patrol diary 
for December 19 is : — 

"Interpreter and natives fixing up sleds. Corporal Doak fixing up native 
Alikomiak's frozen feet." 

Another patrol, which involved travelling 637 miles, was carried out by Corporal 
Bonshor and Constable Stevenson between November 27, 1921, and January 20, 1922, 
from Tree River to Prince Albert Sound, in Victoria island, to arrest Amokuk, one 
of the natives charged with the murder of Ahkok. In the early stages this journey 
was hampered by lack of snow. Difficulty was experienced in getting an interpreter, 
but the patrol carried out their duty. 

THE LOWER MACKENZIE RIVER 

The work along the Itackenzie river has proceeded as usual, a number of long 
patrols being made. 

An incident which illustrates the i)erils which beset the trapper and prospector 
was the death by, freezing of a trapper named John O'Brien, This man was spend- 
ing the winter with a partner on the South Xahanni, a stream which flows southward 
into the Liard river near the boundary between the Yukon and the Northwest Terri- 
tories. He left their cabin on January 27 last to visit some traps, intending to be 
away eight or ten days. As he did not return at the time appointed, his partner and 
a neighbouring trapper searched for him, and about a month after his departure found 
him frozen to death. O'Brien, who was a former soldier, was a strong, healthy man; 
he had reported at our post on entering the country, and his death was duly reported 
to us. No next of kin has been discovered, and there is no estate to administer. 

A picture of the force at work is afforded by a patrol of 464 miles undertaken 
between January 30 and February 28 by Inspector G. F. Fletcher, from Fort Fitz- 
gerald to Hay River and back; he tried a number of cases,' inspected detachments, 
and performed numerous other administrative duties. The thermometer never was 
higher than 4 below zero, once was 48 below, and often was; lower than 30 below. He 
reports : — 

"I found all the Indians and white trappers in good circumstances. There 
are a great many moose around on the river but owing to lack, of wind the 
Indians have not been able to get any. Cariboo are reported to be four days' 
journey east from Fort Resolution on the Great Slave lake but none have been 
brought in to the fort. The fur catch has been fair; there seems to be a great 
quantity of mink in the country. The Indians are reported to be in good 
health, although the usual number of them have died from consumption. I 
heard of no starvation amongst them. The trails were unusually good except 
on the lake where the slightest wind covers them. The weather kept very cold 
but did not seem so except on the lake where the wind was strong. There are 
a very few Indians in the forts and we are endeavouring to keep them out in 
the bush as much as possible where their health is much better. The fur catch 
at Fort Rae is reported to be very good, a great number of martin being 
brought in." 

In December, 1921, a report "of sickness and destitution among Indians at Rat 
River, Rocher River and Stony Point, east of Fort Resolution, caused a patrol to 
be sent to relieve them. In April, 1922, Corporal A. R. Schultz made another patrol 
of 140 miles to see how they had fared. It was found that their condition had 
improved. There had been an outbreak of smallpox, and the Indians had maintained 
a strict quarantine. 



COMMISSIONER'S REPORT 



45 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 21 



APPENDIX B 

STEEI^GTH AND DISTEIBUTION 

DiSTRffiUTiON — State of the Force, September 30, 1922. 



Place 


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1 

1 

1 






1 
1 

1 


3 
3 

3 


2 
2 

5 

1 
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7 

10 


25 
25 

16 .. 

1 . 

18 .. 

23 
1 .. 

128 


1 33 
1 33 

. . 26 
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2 
2 

31 

17 77 
2 

11 171 
1 2 
1 12 
3 34 

.. 15 

1 












Totals 












— 










Quebec District — 























Phillipsburg 


































































1 

4 

11 












Totals 








1 
3 






1 

9 












Eastern Ontario — 




1 


2 


1 














On leave 


1 












"A" Division, Ottawa. 




1 


2 






2 


11 

1 
1 
2 

1 

1 


16 










. . . . 


















On leave 
















1 
3 
3 


9 
21 
11 .. 












"N" Division, Ottawa. 






1 


1 






3 


21 
16 


2 




23 
16 




On command 












Headquarters Division 














1 








T'onds Inlet 














1 
1 

35 
3 


2 .. 
5 .. 

200 

9 .. 

2 
2 
1 .'. 

3 .. 
1 .. 

"l '.'. 

19 .. 

29 

4 .. 

1 .. 

2 .. 
22 


4 

7 

33 325 

.. 16 
4 
3 
3 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 

.. 34 

1 42 
5 
2 
2 

1 28 
1 
1 
2 
2 












Ellesmere Island 








1 
7 
















Totals 


1 


1 


4 
1 


1 




15 
1 


28 

2 

2 


37 


2 




39 




Western Ontario — 
"O" Division — 
Toronto 




Haileyburv 






1 
















Sault Ste. Marie 












1 
1 












Niagara Falls 




























Eridgeburg 












































1 














Sarnia 


























Hamilton 






























On command 


















1 

1 

9 

4 

2 

1 

21 

1 
1 
3 






1 
1 

11 

4 

2 

1 

23 

1 
1 
3 




Totals 






1 

1 


1 
3 






3 

2 

1 


5 
2 


5 
5 








Manitoba — 
"D" Division — 

Winnipeg 










2 






Dauphin 












Emerson 














1 








Fort Frances 




















Fort William 








1 








2 


2 

1 
1 
1 
1 


2 




Gretna 














Gvpsumville 






















Hodgson 






















Kenora 























46 ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
iSTEENGTH AND DISTEIBUTIOX 
DiSTRiBUTiox — State of the Force, September 30, 1922. — Continued. 



Place 


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3 


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Ponies 
Total 


M 


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Manitoba — Con. 
"D" Division— Con. 
















1 






1 
1 
1 
1 

2 
1 
3 
1 
3 
1 


1 

1 
1 




1 
1 
1 






















2 '.'. 
"2'.'. 






































































q 




















1 
3 
1 
3 




1 
3 
1 
3 




















1 








































1 










































1 




1 






























Totals 






1 
3 


4 
8 






3 
5 


8 

22 
1 


16 
26 


66 
107 


2 100 

8 181 
1 


54 

199 

1 
1 
4 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
4 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
3 
2 

234 

9 
3 

1 


4 . 
13 . 

13 

6 . 
4 


... 58 

... 212 
1 
1 
4 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
4 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
3 
2 

.. . 247 

. .. 15 

7 
1 


Q 


Southern Saskatchewan— 
"Depot" Division — 






1 


1 




































1 

1 
1 




Big Muddv .... 




















Broadview 
















1 
1 

1 




Carlyle 


















"3 '.'. 

"1 !! 

1 .. 

"2'.'. 
3 .. 
3 .. 

2 .. 

126 

17 
3 
1 .. 

3 .. 
1 .. 
2 


2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
6 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
5 
5 
5 

8 225 

2 30 
1 
1 
5 
2 
3 
1 






















Fort Qu'Appelle 


















Kamsack 
















1 






















Marienthal 




















Melville 




















Moose Jaw 














1 






Northgate 
















North Portal 




















Punnichy 




















Swift Current 
















1 






Shaunavon 


















Weyburn 








1 










2 
41 

5 




Yorkton 














I 
1 

30 
4 




On leave 


















Totals 






3 

1 


9 

1 


1 


1 


6 




Northern Saskatchewan— 
"F" Division^ 

Prince Albert 








Battleford 










2 




Duck Lake 




















Chesterfield Inlet. . . . 








1 






1 






16 


Humboldt 












1 








1 




Port Nelson 
















q 


The Pas 
















1 
2 








fi 


Saskatoon 


















1 .. 

2 .. 

31 


3 
2 
2 
3 

3 58 












Onion Lake 


















2 . 


3 




On leave 














1 




On command 














1 
9 


8 


2 
17 


12 


2 
29 






Totals 






1 


2 






-i 


31 

















COMMISSIONER'S REPORT 



47 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 21 

STKENGTH AND DISTKIBUTION 

Distribution — State of the Force, Septembei* 30, 1922. — Continued. 



Place 


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6 
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Southern Alberta — 
"K" Division- 






1 


1 
1 
1 






2 


2 


10 
3 

] 
] 
1 
] 
] 
1 


31 
5 

fi 
1 
2 


3 
1 

2 


50 
10 
12 

2 
3 

1 
2 
3 
1 
8 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 

6 
1 

1 
I 
2 
2 
2 

121 

49 

7 
2 
7 
3 
1 
3 
2 
3 
2 
8 
1 
2 
1 
1 


46 
5 

10 
2 
2 

1 

2 
3 

1 
5 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 

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2 

1 

"6 
1 
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11 .. 

"2 .'. 
"2'.'. 

2 

"'2'.'. 
1 . . 


57 
5 
. . 12 
2 
4 
1 
2 
3 

2 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
7 
1 
1 




Banff 


























1 


1 












































































1 
2 
1 
5 


"l 




















































1 








1 


"l 
1 
1 




Field 




































1 










































2 
2 














































1 




















1 


1 
1 

1 
3 


"2 




Radium Hot Springs. 








































Stand Off 














,1 


1 

1 






























































1 
























1 
1 


1 

1 


"2 
12 

4 

1 

"2 


2 




2 






















































Totals 






1 
1 


4 

2 

1 






4 
3 


7 

5 
1 


27 

3 
.... 

1 


66 

31 
4 
1 
3 
2 


98 

22 

7 
2 


20 .. 

4 . . 


.. 118 

26 

7 

2 

1 2 




Northern Alberta — 
"G" Division. — 

Edmonton 












Peace River 












Grouard 
















Fitzgerald 








1 










10 














1 




5 
















1 










3 


Resolution 
















1 


1 

2 
1 
1 
5 


1 
" 1 








6 


Fort Smith 


































1 








1 


' 1 
1 








6 






















11 


Aklavik 
















1 

1 








13 






















1 




Brule 
















1 

1 
1 


1 






Athabasca 


















2 




2 




























On command 






















1 
36 

51 


4 
4 . 


1 
1 41 

.. 55 










1 


5 

4 

1 






4 

3 

1 

1 


10 
9 


11 

11 

1 
2 
1 


52 
67 


9 

6 


92 

101 
3 

14 
3 
3 


54 


British Columbia District— 
"E" Division — 




1 






























10 
2 
2 


1 










Cumberland 














2 
2 




2 

2 




Nanaimo 
















1 





48 



ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE 



13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
STREI^GTH AND DISTETBUTION 

Distribution — State ot the Force, September 30, 1922. — Concluded. 





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3 


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1 

3 


73 
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3 
X 

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1 


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03 


1; 

5 
•3 
» 
3 


Saddle horses 
Team 


Ponies 
Total 


1 
Q 


British Columbia District 
—Con. 
"E" Division — Con. 
Port Alberni 
















1 

] 
1 






I 


"8 '.'.'.'. 
1 .... 

"2'.'.'.'. 
1 .... 

"3 '. !!! 

1 .... 
3 .... 

2 .... 

'33 '.'.'.'. 
109 4 

1 4 


'.'.'.'. "8 
1 

'!!' "2 
1 

'.'.'.'. "3 
1 
3 
2 

^..' '33 

.... 113 
5 




Grand Forks 








] 






1 


2 


2 .. 


6 
1 




Midway 














Nelson 




















] 




Penticton 


















] 
1 
2 


] . 

2 
1 '' 


2 
1 
6 
3 
1 
3 
1 




Trail 


































1 
1 






Prince George 














Stewart 




















Telkwa 






















Kamloops 
















1 

I 




Alert Bay 
















1 
23 

3 


1 .. 
92 

12 

"] '.'. 

1 .. 

"] '^ 

2 .. 
1 .. 

7 
1 .. 


2 

3 f 

10 157 

2 21 

1 10 

1 1 

2 




On command 








1 
8 

2 










Totals 




1 








8 


15 

1 




Yukon Territory — 
"B" Division — 

Dawson 






Burwash 












S 


Carcross 
























Carmacks 
























4 


Dawson Town Station 
















] 








1 


Fortv Mile 






















Granville 


















1 .... 
1 .... 


1 
1 




Mayo 














1 






9 


Rampart House 














8 


Ross River 






















•:> 


Teslin 






















1 


Whitehorse 








1 












1 2 


3 


1 


White Pass Summit.. 


















Moosehide 


























On leave 






1 








] 
1 

5 














On command 


















1 






? 


Totals 






1 


3 






3 


8 


28 


4 52 


4 e 


.... 10 


'>4 















RECAPITULATION 



Place 
Maritime Provinces 








1 

1 
7 
1 
4 
9 
2 
4 
5 
8 
3 

45 






1 
1 
15 
3 
3 
6 
4 
4 
4 
8 
4 

53 


3 
4 

28 
5 
8 

30 
9 
7 

10 

15 
3 

122 


2 

7 
20 

5 
16 
41 

8 
27 
11 
23 

8 

183 


25 
18 

200 
19 
66 

126 
31 
66 
52 
92 
28 

723 


1 
'33 

2 
8 
3 

12 
9 

10 
4 

82 


33 

31 
325 

34 
100 
225 

58 
121 

92 
157 

51 

1227 












Quebec District 






















Eastern Ontario 


1 




4 

1 
1 
3 

1 
1 
1 

i 

13 






37 

1 

54 

234 

17 

98 

36 

109 

4 

590 


2 




39 
1 

58 
247 

29 
118 

41 
113 

10 

656 




Western Ontario 




Manitoba 










4 
13 
12 
20 
4 
4 
6 

65 


1 


<) 


Southern Saskatchewan . . 








1 




Northern Saskatchewan.. 






31 


Southern Alberta 












Northern Alberta 










■H 


British Columbia 




1 








Yukon Territorj- 








'>4 


Totals 


1 


2 


2 


1 


118 



COMMISSIONER'S REPORT 



49 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 21 



APPENDIX C 

Classified Summary of Cases Investigated and Convictions made under Federal 
Statutes from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



British Columbia 




c 

u 

'> 

a 




II 

.2 ^ 
Q 


bC 

.2 


Handed over to 
Department 
concernerl 


X 


c 

3 

o ^ 


S3 



Offences against — 

Railway Act 


1 

37 
12 
36 

188 

29 

5 

441 

140 
13 
21 

1 
1 
82 
1 
4 
274 
4 
1 
4 


1 

30 

2 

8 

111 












1 


Fisheries Act 


K 








2 

5 
24 
43 
15 


37 


Customs Act 




5 




12 


Inland Revenue Act 


4 
11 




36 


Indian Act 


I 


18 
14 

5 


4 


188 


Immigration Act 


29 


Chinese Immigration Act 








5 


Opium and Narcotic Drugs Act 


207 


38 


1 




5 


190 

140 

7 

1 

1 

82 


441 
140 


Opium and Narcotic Drugs Act, drug stores 
inspected 


Militia Act 








c 


8 
13 


13 


Post Office Act 




1 




21 


Military Service Act 






1 


Leprosy Act 












1 


Department of Mines 












82 


Department of Trade and Commerce 


1 










1 


Department of Finance 






1 


3 


"274 
4 
1 


4 


Department of Marine and Naval Service 








274 


Air Board Regulations 












4 


Department of Interior 












1 


Department of Public Works. 


4 










4 


















1 , 295 


364 


59 


2 


48 


33 


789 


1,295 



Classified Summary of Cases Entered and Convictions made under the Criminal 
Code from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



British Columbia 


Cases 
entered 


Con- 
victions 


Dis- 
missed 
or with- 
drawn 


Still 
under 
investiga- 
tion 


No prose- 
cution 
entered 


Total 


Under Criminal Code — 
Common assault 


2 
1 
2 

1 
1 
3 
1 
2 

1 

1 

1 


1 

1 




1 




2 


Creating disturbance 






1 


False pretences 




1 


1 


2 


Aliens in possession of firearms 




1 


1 


Attempted suicide 


1 
2 
1 
2 






1 


Perjurv 


1 






3 


Keeping disorderly house 






1 


Obstructing a police officer 








2 


Abduction 




1 




1 


Illegallv selling firearms 






1 
1 


1 


Fraudulently wearing Class "A" 
badge 








1 














16 


8 


2 


3 


3 


16 



21—4 



50 



ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE 



13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 



Summary of Investigations made at the Request of other Departments, other than 
Breaches of the Federal Statutes, from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



British Columbia 



Department of Finance 

Department of Soldiers' Settlement Board 

Department of Customs 

Department of Immigration 

Department of Justice 

Department of Militia and Defence 

Department of Post Office 

Department of Indian Affairs 

Department of Secretary of State (Naturalization) 

Department of Interior 

Department of Health • 

Department of Secretary of State 

Department of Fisheries 

Inquiries for missing persons 

Inquiries on behalf of other police forces and assistance rendered 

Miscellaneous: — 

Accidental deaths 

London Metropolitan police 

Provincial Mental Hospital 

Deceased persons' estates 



1 

4 

2 

16 

138 

12 

11 

7 

182 

2 

3 

6 

2 

130 



Classified Summary of Cases Investigated and Convictions made vmder Federal 
Statutes from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Alberta 


■a 

o 

» ? 

03—1 


m 

a 

_o 

'> 

a 
o 

O 


11 

il 

Q 


3 

•.s 

< 


Handed over to 
Department 
concerned 


e 
.0 

C 00 


C! 
0) 


3 




Offences against — 

Railway Act 


104 

15 

2 

183 

6 

84 

49 

123 

1 

1 


102 

11 
2 

72 

6 

79 

48 
58 


2 
4 










104 


Fisheries Act 










15 


Customs Act 










2 


Inland Revenue Act 


2 




1 


2 


106 


183 


Dominion Forest Reserves and Parks Act 


6 


Indian Act 


5 

1 

15 










84 


Immigration Act 










49 


Opium and Drug Act 








50 

1 


123 


Migratory Birds Act 








1 


Post Office Act 


1 










1 




i 












568 


379 


29 




1 


2 


157 


568 



COMMISSIONER'S REPORT 



51 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 21 

Classified Summary of Cases Entered and Convictions made under the Criminal 
Code from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Alberta 


Cases 
entered 


Con- 
victions 


Dis- 
missed 
or with- 
drawn 


Awaiting 
trial 


Still 
under 
investiga- 
tion 


Total 


Under Criminal Code — 
Murder 


2 
1 
20 
36 
20 
1 
3 
1 
4 
9 
2 
1 
1 
1 
19 
1 
3 
3 
9 
1 
1 
1 
3 




2 
1 
3 
1 






2 


Manslaughter 








1 


Theft 


17 
35 
20 
1 
3 
1 
3 
6 






20 


Common assault 






36 


Creating disturbance 






20 


False pretences 








1 


Cruelty to animals 








3 


Indecent Act 








1 


Fraud 






1 


4 


Theft from His Majesty's mails 


1 
1 


2 
1 


9 


Bribing police officer 




2 


Obstructing a police ofl&cer 


1 

1 

1 

16 




1 


Receiving stolen property 








1 


Procuring 








1 


Vagrancy 


3 

1 
2 






19 


Carnal knowledge girl under 14 






1 


Breaking and entering 


1 
3 

. 7 






3 


Bigamy .' 






3 


Inmate bawdy house 


2 






9 


Cattle killing 


1 




1 


False statement 




1 
1 




1 


Unlawfully wearing military uniform.. 








1 


Assaulting peace officer 


3 






3 














143 


119 


19 


4 


1 


143 



Classified Sujoiary of Provincia] Statutes and Dominion Parks Regulations 
enforced in Dominion Parks, from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Alberta 


Cases 
entered 


Con- 
victions 


Dis- 
missed 
or with- 
drawn 


Awaiting 
trial 


Still 
under 
investiga- 
tion 


Total 


Provincial Statutes — 
Master and Servants Act 


6 
56 
7 
6 
6 
2 

3 

27 

7 

40 

28 


6 
50 

7 
6 
6 








6 


Liquor Act 


6 






56 


Game Act 






7 


Health Act 








6 


Mines Act 








6 


Insanity Act 


2 






2 


Dominion Parks Regulations — 


3 

27 

7 

40 

24 






3 


Motor vehicles 








27 










7 


Miscellaneous 








40 


Gambling 


4 






28 












188 


176 


12 






188 











21— 4J 



52 ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

Summary of Investigations made at the Request of other Departments, other than 
Breaches of the Federal Statutes, from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Alberta 



Department of Finance 

Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment 

Department of Health 

Department of Soldiers' Settlement Board 

Department of Customs 

Department of Agriculture 

Department of the Interior 

Department of Justice 

Department of Mines 

Department of Alilitia and Defence 

Post Office Department 

Department of Secretary of State 

Department of Secretary of State (Naturalization Branch) 

Inquiries for missing persons 

Inquiries on behalf of other police forces 

Department of Xaval and Marine Service 

Department of Immigration 

Department of Indian Affairs 

Miscellaneous — 

1 . Accidental deaths 

2. Deceased persons' estates 

Total 



3 
7 

30 
2 

18 
3 

70 
4 
4 
3 

23 

1 

550 

169 

19 
5 

86 

12 



1,017 



Classified Summary of Cases Investigated and Convictions made under Federal 
Statutes from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Saskatchewan 


-3 

s 

m » 


c 
_o 

> 

c 



O 


11 

.2 ^ 

Q 


^2 


2« 

mi 

X 


c 

_ > 
— c 

in 


c 


o 


Offences against — 


57 

13 

53 

962 

1 

1 

14 

165 

77 
50 
1 
1 
14 
7 
1 

o 


57 

13 

32 

318 

1 

1 

1 

117 

68 

28 












57 


Fisheries Act . . . 












13 


Customs Act. . 


1 
42 


2 
16 


4 


""40 


14 
546 


53 


Inland Revenue Act 


962 




1 














1 




"lO 


11 








1 

15 

1 
1 


14 


Indian Act 


1 




165 




77 


Opium and Drug Act 


4 






3 


50 


Migratorv Birds Act 






1 














1 


Post Office Act 


1 
5 

2 


1 
2 

1 






12 


14 








7 


Air Board Regulations 










1 


Income Tax Act 






1 




3 














1,420 


644 


61 


29 


5 


56 


625 


1,420 



COMMISSIONER'S REPORT 



53 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 21 

Classified Summary of Cases Entered and Convictions made under the Criminal 
Code from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Saskatchewan 


Cases 
entered 


Con- 
victions 


Dis- 
missed 
or with- 
drawn 


Awaiting 
trial 


Still 
under 
investiga- 
tion 


Total 


Under Criminal Code — 
Theft 


3 

4 

8 
2 


4 
5 

1 
1 


3 






7 








5 










1 










I 


Theft from His Majesty's mails 


1 




2 


3 


1 




1 




1 






1 




1 






1 








1 
1 


1 




3 

8 






4 


Firearms in possession of aliens 






8 






2 


2 














35 


24 


5 




6 


35 









Summary of Investigations made at the Request of other Departments other than 
Breaches of the Federal Statutes, from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Saskatchewan 



Department of Finance 

Department of Penitentiaries 

Department of Marine and Fisheries 

Department of Soldiers' Settlement Board 

Department of Immigration 

Department of Immigration (Chinese Immigration Branch) 

Department of Customs and Excise 

Department of Agriculture 

Department of the Interior 

Department of Justice 

Department of Militia and Defence 

Department of Public Works 

Post Office Department 

Department of Secretary of State (Immigration Branch).. . 

Inquiries for missing persons 

Inquiries on behalf of other police forces 

Provincial Police, cases handled temporarily in absence of. . 

Department of Mines 

Department of Indian Affairs 

Department of Health 

Accidental deaths 

Dc ceased persons' estates 

War Measures Act, Firearms Regulations 

Miscellaneous 



3 
1 
1 

11 
112 

11 

28 
3 
3 
4 

14 

2 

9 

470 

290 

11 
9 
5 

25 
3 
3 
1 
4 

II 



1,034 



54 



ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 



Classified Summary of Cases Investigated and Convictions made under Federal 
Statutes from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Manitoba 


-3 

-2 

J 
O > 

m a 
C3—' 


'A 

c 
_o 

'> 

3 

O 


i'i 

11 

.2 & 

Q 




o:3§ 
_i if b 

a « o 

^^ c 

X 


— _c 




^ 


Offences against — 


278 

102 

8 

40 

119 

21 

4 

19 

2 

8 


126 
76 

7 

7 

28 

16 

2 

12 


10 
3 
1 
1 

12 
2 


3 






139 
23 


278 








102 


Customs Act 








8 










32 

78 
3 
2 
7 


40 




1 






119 


Fisheries Act 






21 


Income War Tax Act 








4 












19 


1/eprosy Act 






2 




2 


Radio Telegraph Act 










8 


g 

















Total 


601 


274 


29 


4 


2 




292 


601 







Classified Summary of Cases Entered and Convictions made under the Criminal 
Code from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Manitoba 


Cases 
entered 


Con- 
victions 


Dis- 
missed 
or with- 
drawn 


Awaiting 
trial 


Still 
under 
investiga- 
tion 


Total 


Under Criminal Code — 
Theft 


10 

4 
5 
2 
3 

1 
2 
2 

1 


6 
4 
3 
2 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 


4 






10 


Housebreaking 






4 


Common assault 


2 






5 


Aliens in possession of firearms 






2 


Assaulting peace officer 


2 






3 


Buggery 






1 


Causing disturbance in public place.. . . 








2 


Intimidation by threats 








2 


Vagrancy 








1 












Total 


30 


22 


8 






30 











Classified Sumt^iary of Provincial Statutes and Dominion Parks Eegulations enforced 
in Dominion Parks, from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Manitoba 


Cases 
entered 


Con- 
victions 


Dis- 
missed 
or with- 
drawn 


Awaiting 
trial 


Still 
under 
investiga- 
tion 


Total 


Provincial Staluies — 
Manitoba Game Act 


2 


1 


1 






2 










Total 


2 


1 


1 






2 











COMMISSIONER'S REPORT 



55 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 21 

SuMsiARi OF Investigations made at the Request of other Departments, other than 
Breaches of the Federal Statutes, from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Manitoba 



Department of Justice 

Department of Finance 

Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment 

Department of Soldiers' Settlement Board 

Department of Customs 

Department of Immigration 

Department of Immigration (Chinese Branch) 

Department of Militia and Defence 

Post Office Department 

Department of Indian Affairs 

Department of Secretary of State (Naturalization Branch) 

Inquiries for missing persons 

Department of the Interior, Crown timber 

Cases handled in temporary absence of provincial police. . . 

Total 



10 
12 
5 
11 
19 
24 
12 
1,052 
58 
25 
58 



1,302 



Classified Summary of Cases Investigated and Convictions made under Federal Sta- 
tutes from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Ontario 


il 

O 


c 
_o 

_"§ 
"> 
o 
O 


11 

Q 


M 

< 


Handed over to 
Department 
concerned 


o he 
Cm 


.0 

3 
O 
OJ-O 

o o 


H 


Offences •against — 


1 

125 
5 
42 
9 
68 
1 
3 

258 
10 
2 
1 
2 
4 
5 
4 












1 

66 
1 
6 
9 

68 
1 
3 

67 
8 


1 




57 

3 

32 








2 


125 




1 

1 






5 








3 


42 








9 














68 














1 














3 




147 
2 
2 


41 


1 




2 


258 




10 












2 










1 


2 

2 


1 












2 




2 










4 








5 




5 


Post Ofl&ce A.ct 










4 


4 


















540 


245 


43 


1 


5 


8 


238 


540 



56 



ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE 



13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

Classified Sumjiary of Cases Entered and Convictions made under the Criminal 
Code from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Ontario 


Cases 
entered 


Con- 
victions 


Dis- 
m issed 
or with- 
drawn 


Awaiting 
trial 


Still 
under 
investiga- 
tion 


Total 


Under Criminal Code — 


2 
16 
4 
2 
1 
] 
4 
1 
2 
13 
6 
2 
3 
3 
5 
2 

5 


2 
13 
4 
2 

1 

3 

1 
2 
8 
5 
2 
3 
3 
5 
1 










2 


Theft . • . • 


3 






16 








4 










2 


Assault causing bodily harm 








1 


1 
1 






1 








4 








1 


Drugging with intent 











4 

1 


1 




13 






6 








2 










3 










3 













Shopbreaking 

Conspiracy to commit an indictable 


1 






2 






5 














72 


60 


11 


1 




72 









Su:mmarv of Ixvestigatioxs made at the Request of other Departments, other than 
Breaches of the Federal Statutes, from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Ontario 



Department of Finance 

Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment 

Department of Health 

Department of Immigration 

Department of Customs 

Department of Trade and Commerce 

Department of --Agriculture 

Department of the Interior 

Department of Mines 

Department of Justice 

Department of External Affairs (Passport Branch) 

Department of Militia and Defence 

Department of Public \\'orks 

Post Office Department 

Department of Secretary of State 

Department of Secretary of State (Naturalization Branch) 

Inquiries for missing persons 

Inquiries on behalf of other police forces 

Provincial police, cases handled temporarily in absence of. 

House of Commons 

Senate 

Department of Naval Service (Radiotelegraph) 

Auditor General 's Department 

Department of Indian Affairs 

Department of Marine and Fisheries 

Air Board Regulations 

Civil Service Commission 

Governor General's Department. 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



12 

19 

1 

62 

12 

2 

8 

h 

10 

9 

2 

80 

38 

19 

27 

1,377 

144 

28 

5 

5 

1 

53 

4 

8 

7 

4 

2 

2 

45 



1,991 



COMMISSIONER'S REPORT 



57 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 21 

Classified Summary of Cases Investigated and Convictions made under Federal 
Statutes from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Quebec 


Cases 
investi- 
gated 


Con- 
victions 


Dis- 
missed 
or with- 
drawn 


Awaiting 
trial 


Still 
under 
investiga- 
tion 


No 

prosecu- 
tion 

entered 


Total 


Offences apainst — 

Inland Revenue Act 


.5 
3 
3 

17 
4 

22 

46 

1 
9 

2 

15 

3 

531 


1 
3 
1 
12 
3 
3 

3 






1 


3 


5 


Ticket of Leave Act 






3 


Penitentiaries 






1 


1 
4 


3 


Indian Act 




1 


17 


Customs Act 




1 
3 

7 


4 


Post Office Act 


1 


3 


12 

36 

1 


92 


Militia and Defence, deser- 
ters 


46 


Air Board Regulations 






1 


Migratory Birds Act 


1 

1 
9 


2 




6 


9 


Proprietary and Patent 
Medicine Act 




1 
4 


2 


Immigration Act 






2 

3 

51 


15 


Railways Act 






3 


Opium and Drug Act 


301 


61 


34 


84 


531 


Total 


661 


338 


64 


38 


75 


146 


661 



Classified Summary of Cases Entered and Convictions made under the Criminal 
Code from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Quebec 


Cases 
investi- 
gated 


Con- 
victions 


Dis- 
missed 
or with- 
drawn 


Awaiting 
trial 


Still 
under 
investiga- 
tion 


No 

prosecu- 
tion 

entered 


Total 


Under Criminal Code — 

Forgery and uttering 

Running opium joint 


41 
6 
2 

4 

2 

4 

6 

10 


3 
2 

1 
2 


3 
3 


18 

1 
1 
2 

1 


11 


6 


41 

6 


Obstructing police officer... 






2 


Impersonating police officer 








4 


Perjury 




1 

2 




2 


Theft of cars under seizure 
by Customs Department 


2 
2 

7 






4 


Theft of His Majesty's mail 


1 


3 




6 


Theft 




3 


10 












Total 


75 


19 


7 


26 


14 


9 


75 



58 



ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE 



13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

SuiiaiARY OF Investigations made at the Request of otlier Departments, other than 
Breaches of the Federal Statutes, from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Quebec 



Department of External Affairs 

Department of Mines 

Department of Customs and Excise 

Department of Jystice (Ticket of Leave Branch) 

Department of Penitentiaries 

Department of Indian Affairs 

Board of Pension Commissioners 

Soldiers' Settlement Board 

Post Office Department 

Department of Militia and Defence 

Department of Justice, inquiries for 

Air Board Regulations 

Department of Agriculture 

Department of Immigration 

Department of Naval Service 

Department of Railways and Canals 

Department of the Interior 

Department of Health 

Department of Secretary of State 

Department of Finance 

Inquiries for missing persons 

Department of Secretary of State (Naturalization Branch) 

Department of the Interior (Migratory Birds) 

Inquiries on behalf of other police forces 

Miscellaneous 

Total '. .. 



4 

64 

36 

40 

8 

17 

11 

2 

29 

29 

5 

6 

3 

248 

18 

3 

2 

303 

43 

21 

104 

716 

17 

45 

6 



1,780 



Classified Summary of Cases Investigated and Convictions made under Federal 
Statutes from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Maritime Provinces 


Cases 
investigated 


Convictions 


Dismissed 

or 
withdrawn 


No 

prosecution 

entered 


Total 


Offences against — 

Fisheries Act 


33 

14 

32 

11 

4 

3 

5 


28 
14 
31 
10 
4 


4 


1 


33 


Inland Revenue Act 


14 


Opium arid Narcotic Drug Act 

Migratory Birds Act 


1 




32 


1 


11 


Explosives Act 




4 


Radio Telegraph Act 




3 


3 




5 




5 












102 


92 


5 


5 


102 



Classified Sum:makv of Cases Entered and Convictions made under the Criminal 
Code from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Maritime Provinces 


Cases 
investigated 


Convictions 


Dismissed 

or 
withdrawn 


Awaiting 
trial 


Total 


Under Criminal Code — 

Theft 


3 
35 

1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 


3 

19 

1 

3 






3 


Breaking and entering 


1 


15 


35 


In possession of wreck 


1 


Buving and receiving military property 






3 


Defamatorv libel 




1 
1 


1 


Uttering raised bills 






1 


Receiving rifles from militiamen 


1 
•1 




1 


Alien in possession of arms 






1 












46 


28 


1 


17 


46 



COMMISSIONER'S REPORT 



59 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 21 

SuAOiARi OF Investicatioxs made at the Request of other Departments, other than 
Breaches of the Federal Statutes, from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Maritime Provinces 



Department of Finance | 3 

Department of the Interior, Dominion Parks Branch | i 

Department of Justice ! 6 

Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment I 2 

Department of Customs and Excise | 8 

Department of Marine and Fisheries ^ '. I 5 

Department of Immigration I 3 

Department of Militia and Defence 9 

Department of Health (O. N. D. Act) 6 

Department of Secretary of State (Naturalization Branch) | 41 

Department of Naval Service ] 12 

Department of Agriculture ' 1 

Department of External Affairs 1 

Department of Mines (Explosives Division) 70 

Air Board regulations '. | 1 

Inquiries for missing persons | 27 

Suppression of commercialized vice 9 

Department of Attorney General, Nova Scotia , | 3 

Total I 208 



Classified Summary of Cases Investigated and Convictions made under Federal 
Statutes from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Yukon 


Cases 
investigated 


Convictions 


Dismissed 

or 
withdrawn 


Awaiting 
trial 


Still under 
investiga- 
tion 


Total • 


Offences against — 
Indian Act 


13 
3 


11 
2 


2 

1 






13 


Inland Revenue Act 






3 












16 


13 


3 






16 











Classified Sumaiary of Cases Entered and Convictions made under the Criminal 
Code from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Yukon 



Cases 
investigated 



Convictions 



Dismissed 

or 
withdrawn 



Total 



Under Criminal Code — 

Theft 

Receiving stolen property 

Burglary 

Drunk and disorderly 

Indecent assault 

Nuisance in public places. 

Insulting language 

False pretences 

Assault, common 

Assault causing harm 



4 
1 
1 
7 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 

21 



1 
1 
2 
2 
1 

17 



4 
1 
1 
7 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 

21 



60 ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

Classified Summary of Provincial Statutes and Dominion Parks Eegulations 
Enforced from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Yukon 


Cases 
investigated 


Convictions 


Dismissed 

or 
withdrawn 


Total 


Yukon Ordinances — 

Citv bv-Iaws 


6 
4 
8 

6 


6 
4 

8 

6 




6 


Game ordinance 




4 






8 


Motor ordinance 






Poison ordinance 






Sett ing forest fires 












Non-payment wages 






Insanity 




6 










29 


29 




29 









Summary of Investigations made at the request of other Departments other than 
Breaches of the Federal Statutes, from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Yukc 



Department of Immigration 

Department of Secretary of State, Naturalization 

Inquiries for missing persons 

Inquiries on behalf of other police forces 

Miscellaneous — 

Accidental or sudden deaths 

Deceased persons' estates 



13 



80 
31 



158 



Classified Summary of Cases Investigated and Convictions made under Federal Sta- 
tutes from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Northwest Territories 


Cases 
investi- 
gated 


Con- 
victions 


Dis- 
missed 
or with- 
drawn 


Awaiting 
trial 


Handed 

over to 
Depart- 
ment 
concerned 


Still 

under 

investiga 

tion 


Total 


Offences against — 

Northwest Game Act 


15 

1 

11 

5 


12 

1 

10 
3 


3 








15 


Post OflSce Act 








1 


Indian Act 


1 
2 








11 


Northwest Territories Act. 








5 














32 


26 


6 








32 













COMMISSIONER'S REPORT 



61 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 21 

Classified Summary of Cases Entered and Convictions made under the Criminal Code 
from October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 





C3 


















^a'^ 


M 






_ 


c 


a 






a ° '^ 


o> 




'^ - 


03 


o 
































o 2 










Northwest Territories 


„ c3 — 


4) 


o 


M 


3 O 


3 






^li 


c3 


o 




C 








S > o 


5: 


> 


S.-S 




_^ > 


a-g 


cS 




^^.s- 


o 


.2 5: 


^ 




O 01 


o 




'O 


^ 


C 


Q 


< 


m 


Z 


H 


Under Criminal Code — 




















1 


9 

1 
1 






12 




4 


16 




1 
1 




1 














1 


Theft . 




8 
3 


8 
3 










8 














3 






1 


1 










1 






1 
1 


1 










1 


Killing (log 




1 








1 


















32 


15 


1 


12 




4 


32 



Summary of Investigations made other than Breaches of the Federal Statutes from 
October 1, 1921, to September 30, 1922. 



Northwest Territories 




Miscellaneous — 

Deceased persons' estates 


5 


Accidental deaths ... 


2 


Insane persons 


3 








Total 


10 









13 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 A. 1923 



REPORT 



OF THE 



SECRETARY OF STATE 



OF 



CANADA 



FOR THE 



YEAR ENDING MARCH 31, 1922 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF PARLIAMENT 




OTTAWA 

F. A. ACLAND 

PRINTEPw TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY 

1922 



[No. 22—1923] 



13 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 A. 1923 



To General His Excellency ike Right Honourable Lord Byng of Vimy, O.CB., 
G.C.M.G., M.V.O., Governor General and Commander-in-Chief of the Dominion 
of Canada. 

My Lord, — I have the lionour to lay before Your Excellency the accompanying 
report of the Department of the Secretary of State for the twelve months ended 
March 31, 1922. 

I have the honour to be. My Lord, 

Your Excellency's most obedient servant, 

A. B. COPP, 

Secretary of State, 

Ottawa, April 1, 1922. 



29-1 



13 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 A. 1923 



Ottawa, April 1, 1922. 
The Honourable Arthur Bliss Copp, LL.B., 
Secretary of State of Canada. 

SiR^ — I have the honour to submit, herewith, my report of the operations of the 
Department of the Secretary of State for the fiscal year 1921-22. 

This report, as you will observe, contains no statement respecting the operations 
of the Clearing Office Branch of the department or of the Office of the Custodian of 
Alien Enemy Property. These offices have been busily occupied in carrying out the 
purposes for which they were created, but as final conclusions have not yet been 
reached in the negotiations respecting the disposition of enemy property, the settle- 
ment of claims, etc., it is considered that the publication of a statement at this junc- 
ture woixld be premature. Later a full report and financial statement will be issued 
for public information. 

Among special matters of importance which engaged the attention of the depart- 
ment during the year particular mention should be made of the reception to His 
Excellency Lord Byng of Vimy, which took place in August last. The programme 
was drawn xip and arrangements for the installation at Quebec and the reception at 
Ottawa were made by the Secretary of State Department. Much time and study 
were given to the perfecting of arrangements for the various functions, and I am 
glad to say that all features of the programme were carried through with signal 
success. 

I have the honour to be, sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

THOMAS MULVEY, 

Under-Secretary of State. 



13 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 A. 1923 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Pages 

Annual Keturns of Companies under " The Companies Act " 26<> 

Bankruptcy Act, List of Trustees under 601 

Canada Temperance Act, Elections under 6 

Commissions to Public • OiRcers 10 

Companies Branch, Report of the 14 

Companies Incorporated under " The Companies Act " in 1921-22, including 

Supplementary Letters Patent 15 

Companies Incorporated under " The Companies Act " in 1921-22, including 

Supplementary Letters Patent, Index of 25.> 

Correspondence Branch, Report of the 6 

^Naturalization Branch, Report of the 321 

Registrar's Branch, Report of the 9 

War Charities Act, 1917 7 



13 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 A. 1923 



CORRESPONDENCE BRANCH 



The Correspondence Branch conducts the general correspondence of the depart- 
ment and administers the Bankruptcy Act (appointment of Trustees), Boards of 
Trade Act, Canada Temperance Act, Ticket-of-Leave Act, Trade Unions Act, and 
War Charities Act. The general correspondence includes the official correspondence 
of the Dominion Government with the Provincial Governments. The branch also 
has charge of the registration and filing of the correspondence of the Companies 
Branch in addition to its own. 

The volume of correspondence conducted during the year shows slight variation 
from that of the previous year, while the increased activity which arose in the 
administration of the Acts above mentioned in the year 1920-21, particularly the 
Bankruptcy, the Boards of Trade, and Canada Temperance Acts, was sustained. 
The operations under these Acts may be briefly noted: — 

Bankruptcy Act 

By the amendment to the Bankruptcy Act passed at the 1921 Session of Parlia- 
Tuent the general administration of the Bankruptcy Act was transferred to the 
Department of Justice, but the provisions of the Act relating to the appointment of 
trustees are still administered by the Secretary of State. During the year just closed 
one hundred and forty additional trustees were appointed. A complete list of the 
trustees appointed up to the 31st of March, 1922, will be found in the concluding 
pages of this volume. The appointments of twenty-fo\ir trustees were revoked during 
the past year. Thirteen of these resigned ; eleven failed to renew their security. 
The appointments revoked are indicated in the list above referred to. The amount 
of security which trustees are required to deposit or give guarantee for is $15,000. 

Boards of Trade Act 

The year was one of increased activity in the administration of this Act. 
Tourteen new 'boards, a list of vrhich will be found in the reiwrt of the Registrar's 
Branch, were registered during the year. All boards registered under the Boards of 
Trade Act or under special Acts of Parliament make annual returns to the depart- 
ment. The correspondence and clerical work involved in the handling of these 
returns has augmented the work of the branch materially. I am pleased to say that 
the Boards of Trade have shown a readiness to forward their returns promptly. 

Canada Temperance Act 

It was noted in last year's report that plebiscites had been taken under the 1919 
amendment of the Canada Temperance Act (Part IV) in the provinces of Nova Scotia, 
Manitoba, Alberta and Saskatchewan on the question of the importation of intoxi- 
cating liquors. During the year just closed further plebiscites were taken in the 
provinces of Ontario, New Brunswick, and in the Yukon territory. Both provinces 
voted decisively in favour of proliibiting the importation. The result in the Yukon 
territory was against the prohibition. The vote for and against the prohibition 
in the two provinces and the territory was as follows: — 

6 



REPORT OF THE CORRESPONDENCE BRANCH 7 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

For. Against. 

Ontario 540,773 373,938 

New Brunswick. . 40,050 18,773 

Yukon territory 433 828 

The prohibition came into effect in Ontario on July 19, 1921, and in the province 
of New Brunswick on January 17, 1922. 

Under Part I of the Act an election was held in the city of Quebec on a petition 
for the repeal of the operation of Part II in that city. The result was decisively in 
favour of the repeal and an Order in Council was passed accordingly under date 
October 18, 1921, revoking the Order in Council (dated December 8, 1917) which 
brought Part II of the Act into force in that city. The repeal took effect from October 
22, 1921. 

Part II of the Act continues in force in the following places : — 
Ontario. — District of Manitoulin. 
Quebec. — City of Thetf ord Mines and counties of Brome, Stanstead, Comp- 

ton and Missisquoi. 
Nova Scotia. — Counties of Digby and Guysborough. 
Manitoba. — Lisgar and Marquette. 

Ticket-of-Leave Act 

This Act is administered jointly by the Department of Justice and the Depart- 
ment of the Secretary of State. The Secretary of State receives petitions for clemency 
and communicates His Excellency's pleasure in relation thereto to the parties con- 
cerned. The number of sentences which came under review in the Remission Office 
of the Correspondence Branch during the year closed was 1,897, not including " No 
Interference" cases, that is, cases which had been under consideration on previous 
occasions and in which clemency was withheld. Licenses or tickets-of -leave were 
granted in 913 cases and temporary licenses in five. These temporary licenses are 
issued for the purpose of allowing prisoners to leave prison for medical examination 
or treatment. 

Sixteen capital cases were dealt with in the branch during the year, jointly with 
the Department of Justice. The judges' reports and the evidence in all such cases 
are filed with the Secretary of State, who also communicates His Excellency's decisions 
regarding the execution of the sentences to the aiithorities concerned. Of the sixteen 
cases the death sentence was carried out in five ; five were commuted ; in the remaining 
six cases new trials or reprieves were granted. 



War Charities Act 

Some 272 societies are now registered under this Act and are making returns to 
the department. Although the number has been diminishing gradually since the close 
of the war, the fact that so many have maintained their registration under the Act 
bears forcible testimony to the serious interest the Canadian people have taken in the 
rehabilitation and welfare of their soldiers. It is also noteworthy that some twelve 
new societies were registered during the year just closed. These societies are as 
follows : — 



DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 



Name 



Magna Charta Chapter, I.O.D.E 

Samuel de Champlain Chapter, I.O.D 



Jewish War Committee of Canada. 
St. Eloi Chapter, I.O.D.E 



Dartmouth Municipal Chapter, I.O.D 
David Kyle Chapter, I.O.D.E.. 

Memorial Chapter, I.O.D.E 

Mount Edith Chapter, I.O.D.E. 

Mitchell Chapter, I.O.D.E 

Sir Wilfrid Laurier Chapter, I.O.D.] 
Meadowbrook Farm Commission 
Lord Byng of Vimy Chapter, I.O.D.E. 



Head Office 



Toronto, Ont 

North Bay, Ont. 



Ottawa, Ont 

Smith's Falls, Ont. 



Dartmouth, N.S.... 
Sault Ste. Marie, 

Ont. 
Aylmer, Que 



Banff, Alta. 



Mitchell, Ont.. 

Hull. Que 

Toronto, Ont.. . 
Magrath, Alta. 



Date 



Apr.14, 1921 
Apr.27, 1921 



May 6, 1921 
June 23, 1921 



July 26, 1921 
Sept.19, 1921 

Sept.27, 1921 

Oct. 4, 1921 

Nov. 8, 1921 
Mar. 21, 1922 
Mar. 22, 1922 
Mar. 31, 1922 



President or Regent 



Mrs. Mary B. Lavelle. 
Mrs. Mary Valin 



Mrs. Lillian Freiman 
Miss M. A. V. Mc- 

Whorter. 
Mrs. W. H. Covert... 
Mrs. Rose Nixon 



Secretary 



Mrs. Jean Stuart. 
Mrs. Margaret Cock- 
burn. 
George G. Green. 
Miss Iva Ragsdale. 

Miss Isabel Creighton. 
Miss M. R. Chandler. 



Mrs. G. de Guerry Mrs. Julia A. Bourque. 

Languedoc. | 

Miss Elenor M. Learn. 'Miss Edith M. Thom- 

1 son. 
Miss Helen Davis. . . , Miss Elise Matheson. 
Mrs. Julia A. Bourque. Mrs. A. Dupont. 
Harold C. Bickford . . j William H. Cooper, 
Mrs. Lawrence Clark. Mrs. E. H. Gaunce. 



By a change in the regulations made during the year War Charities are now 
required to make -returns to the department once a year instead of twice, and societies 
which are required under their articles of incorporation to make reports to other 
departments are now exempted from making returns under the War Charities Act. 

Trade Umons Act 

Xo new Trade Unions were registered during the year. The returns made by the 
existing unions were checked and filed in the Correspondence Branch. 

Card Index of Companies 

During the year the registration clerks completed a Card Index of charters under 
The Companies Act from the year 1913 to date. This index supplements and brings 
up to date the printed list of incorporations issued by the department in 1914, which 
contains a list of charters granted to the end of 1913. This index has proved a valu- 
able addition to the equipment of the branch. 



REPORT OF THE REGISTRAR'S BRANCH 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 



REGISTRAR'S BRANCH 

The following detailed statement of work performed in the Registrar's Branch for 
the year ended March 31, 1922, indicates a considerable increase in several classes of 
the work of the branch. Some 394 more documents were recorded than in the previous 
fiscal year : — 



Documents 



Engrossed 



Recorded 



Total 



Appointments (Departmental) 

Authority of His Excellency the Governor General. 

Boards of Trade Certificates 

'Bonds 

Cancellations 

Charters of Incorporation 

Charters (Supplementary) 

Commissions 

Deeds, Releases, Surrenders 

Decree of Court 

Exemplifications 

Indentures, Leases, Assignments, etc 

Letters Patent of Annuity 

Letters Patent Summoning to Senate 

Licenses (Ferry) 

Licenses (Occupation of Lands) 

Notices of Changes in General Bonds 

Orders-in-Councils re transfer of lands 

Plans and Description of I^ands Expropriated 

Powers of Attorney 

Proclamations 

Quit Claims 

Trade Union Returns 

Warrants of Surrender 

Warrants of Recipias 

Warrants (Fugitive Offenders) 

Writs of Assistance 

Writs of Election 

Writs of Supersedeas 



Land Patents 



»Ordnance Land Sales. 
Special Grants 



376 



1 

13 
294 



252 
1 



2,127 



17 

298 

172 

866 

167 

177 

80 

1 

6 

21 

10 

34 

8 

3 

56 

14 

8 

15 

51 

6 

10 

7 

58 

4 

59 

252 

2 



1 An annual statutory return of bonds is submitted to Parliament under section 32 of Chapter 1, R.S.C., 1906, giving 
full particulars of all bonds registered in the branch since last return, 

2 Quarterly returns of these lands were sent to the registrar of each city and county in the province of Ontario, and to the 
secretary-treasurer of each city and county in the province of Quebec in which patents were issued, and copies of the several 
returns in Ontario were also sent to the provincial secretary of Ontario. 

During the year copies have been made of over 3,200 pages of documents and records, including 517 certified copies and 
certificates. 

Over 2,650 searches have been made for company names through the Dominion and Provincial lists of incorporated 
companies in order to prevent duplication in names of companies incorporated. 

A considerable amount of miscellaneous work has been performed, such as proof reading, furnishing memoranda of 
various kinds, and supplying Information from the indices and records. 

A list of public officers to whom Commissions have been issued and a list of Boards of Trade registered since the last 
report are also submitted herewith. 



10 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
COHMISSIOXS TO PUBLIC OFFICERS 

List of Public Officers to whom Commissions were issued from April 1, 1921, to 

March 31, 1922 



Name 



Office or Appointment . 



Acland, Frederick Albert 

Aikins, His Honour Sir James Albert 
Manning 



Alcock, Ernest G 

.\rsenault, Honourable Aubin Edmond. 

Balfour, Captain Oswald Herbert Camp- 
bell 



Baxter, Honourable J. B. Macauley. 



Beck, Honourable 
Dominic 



Xicholas Du Boi; 



King's Pointer and Controller of Stationery. . 

Lieutenant Governor of the Prov-ince of Mani 
toba from August 7, 1921 

Fishery Officer in the Fisheries Protection Ser 
vice of Canada 

Vice-Chancellor of the Court of Chancery and 
an Assistant Judge of the Supreme Court of 
Judicature of Prince Edward Island 

Deputy of His Excellency the Governor General 
for the purpose of signing warrants of election, 
proclamations, writs for the election of Mem- 
bers of the House of Commons, and letters 
patent of Dominion and other lands, whether 
the Governor General be absent ot not 

Minister of Customs and Excise of Canada in the 
room and stead of the Honourable R. W. Wig- 
more, resigned 



beland. Honourable Henri Severin. 



Belley, Honourable Louis de Gonzague. 
Bennett, Honourable Richard Bedford. 



Black, William J. 



Bostock, Honourable Hewitt. 
Bostock, Honourable Hewitt. 

Bureau, Honourable Jacques 
Clarke, K.C., Alfred Henry. . 



Clarkson, Geoffrey Teignmouth. 



Cockshutt, Henrv. 



Copp, Honourable Arthur Bliss. 
Cousins, Harry P 



Crowdy, B.A., M.V.O., James Fuidge. 



Dayi^. K.C.M.G., Right Honourable 

Sir Louis Henry 

Dubuc, His Honour Lucien 



Dubuc, His Honour Lucien. 
Dj'sart, Andrew Knox 



Edwards, Honourable John Weslev. 



.\ Judge of the Supreme Court of Alberta, and a 
Member of the Appellate Division of the said 
Court, with the style and title of Justice of 
Appeal and ex officio a Judge of the Trial Div 

ision of the said Court 

Minister of Soldiers' Civil Re-Establishment 
and the Minister in charge of, and to adminis 

ter the Department of Health 

Postmaster General of Canada in the room and 
stead of the Honourable Pierre Edouard 

Blondin, resigned 

Minister of Justice of Canada in the room and 
stead of the Right Honourable C. J. Doherty, 

resigned 

Deputy Minister of Immigration and Coloniz- 
ation 

Minister of Public Works 

Speaker of the Senate in the room and stead of 

the Honourable Joseph Bolduc 

inister of Customs and Excise 

A Judge of the Supreme Court of Alberta and a 
Member of the Appellate Di%'ision of the said 
Court, with the style and title of Justic of 
Appeal and ei-officio a Judge of the Trial Div- 
ision of the said Court 

Commissioner to investigate into and report 
upon any and all reported irregularities and 
frauds of any kind whatsoever in connection 
with the pa>-ment at the par of exchange of 
sterling drafts, official cheques, letter and 
cable transfers, British money orders and 
British currency to members of the Can- 
adian Ex-peditionary Force in respect of and 
representing moneys received by them for paj- 
and allowances, and also in respect of pen 
sions, and also as to payments made to others 

than returned soldiers and pensioners 

Lieutenant Governor of the Province of Ontario 
from September 10, 1921, in the room and 
stead of Lionel Herbert Clarke, deceased.. 

Secretary of State of Car,ada 

Fishery Officer in the Fisheries Protection Ser 

vice of Canada 

Deputy of His Excellency the Governor Gen 
eral for the purpose of signing warrants of 
election, proclamations, wTits for the election 
of Members of the House of Commons and 
letters patent of Dominion and other lands, 
whether the Governor General be absent or 
not 



Date 


When Gazetted 


June 15, 


1921 
1921 




Oct. 17, 


Oct. 22, 1921 


April 20, 


1921 


May 7, 1921 


May 30, 


1921 


June 4, 1921 


-A^ug. 11, 


1921 


Aug. 27, 1921 


Sept. 21, 


1921 


Sept. 24, 1921 


Sept. 15, 


1921 


Sept. 24, 1921 



Dec. 29, 1921 



Sept. 21, 1921 



Sept. 21, 1921 



1921 
1921 



Sept. 7, 
Dec. 29, 

Feb. 7, 
Dec. 29, 



1922 
1921 



Sept. 15, 1921 



Deputy of HisExcellency the Governor General 

Stipendiary JIagistrate for the Northwest 
Territories May 27 

Junior Judge of the District Court of the Di 
trict of Edmonton, in the Pro\dnce of Alberta Jan. 25, 

.\ Judge of the Court of King's Bench for Man- 
itoba Oct. 

Minister of Immigration and Colonization of 
Canada, in the room and stead of the Hon- 
ourable James Alexander Calder, resigned, 
and to administer the Department of HealthI Sept. 21, 



June 30, 1921 



Jan. 7, 1922 

Sept. 24, 1921 

Oct. 1, 1921 

Sept. 17, 1921 

Jan. 7, 1922 

Feb. 11, 1922 

Jan. 7, 1922 



Sept. 24, 1921 



Sept. 
Dec. 



1921 
1921 



April 20, 1921 



-Aug. 11, 
Aug. 11, 



July 9, 1921 



Sept. 17, 1921 
Jan. 7, 1922 

April 30, 1921 



i 



1921 


Aug. 


27, 


1921 


1921 


Aug. 


27, 


1921 


1921 


June 


4, 


1921 


1922 


Feb. 


11, 


1922 


1921 


Oct. 


22, 


192] 


1921 


Sept. 


24, 


1921 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 



11 




Fauteux, Guillaume Andre 

Fielding, Honourable William Stevens. 
Fisher, K.C., Robert Grant 



Gouin, K.C.M.G., Honourable Sir Lomer 
Graham, Honourable George Perry 

Grant, His Honour McCallum 

Harvey, Honourable Horace 

Hazen, K.C.M.G., Honourable Sir John 
Douglas 



Hyndman, etal. Honourable James Dun 
can 



Hyndman, Honourable James Duncan. 



Idington, Honourable John 

Ives, Honourable William Carlos. 



Kennedy, Honourable William Costello 

King, C.M.G., Honourable William Lyon 

Mackenzie • 



King, Honourable James Horace. 

Lapointe, Honourable Ernest 

Larkin, Peter Charles 



Lawrence, Calvin 

Letourneau, K.C. , Severin 

Macdonald, Honourable James Alexander 

Macdonald, Angus M 



Macdonald, His Honour Angu.s M. 
Mackenzie, K.C, Phillip Edward. 



Maclean, Donald 

ifaclennan. His Honour Farquhar Stuart 



M anion, honourable Robert James. 



Solicitor General of Canada 

Minister of Finance and Receiver General 

A Judge of the Supreme Court of Ontario and a 
Member of the High Court Division of the 
said Court, and ex officio a Member of the 
Appellate Division of the said Court 

Minister of Justice of Canada 

Minister of ^filitia and Defence and Minister of 
the Naval Service 

Lieutenant Go^'e^nor of the Province of Nova 
Scotia from the 2nd day of December, 1921 . 

Chief Justice of the Trial Division of the Su- 
preme Court of Alberta, and ex officio a Judge 
of the Appellate Division of the said Court. . 

Commissioner to investigate into and report 
upon the claims filed in the Department of 
the Secretary of State pursuant to the Adver- 
tisements therefor, namely: (n) Claims of 
persons residing or carrying on business in 
Canada who have been subjected to loss and 
pecuniary damages arising through the des- 
truction of life and property through the il- 
legal warfare of the enemy, and (fe) Claims 
for damages to which persons residing or car 
rying on business in Canada have been sub 
jected for breaches of contracts, which con- 
tracts were prevented from being carried out 
owing to the operation of the Statutory List 
of persons in neutral countries with whon 
such contracts were declared illegal. For thi 
purpose of determining whether they arc 
within the categories set forth in Annex I of 
Part Vin (Reparation), Section L of the 
Treaty of Peace between the Allied and 
Associated Powers and Germany, signed at 
Versailles, June 28, 1919, and the fair amounts 
of such claims, and to make such findings as 
may be of assistance to the Government of 
Canada in determining which, if any, of such 
claims should be paid and the extent of pay- 
ment thereof 



Commissioners to investigate into and report 
upon the subject of handling and marketing 
grain in Canada 

A Judge of the Supreme Court of Alberta and a 
Member of the Appellate Division of the .said 
Court, with the style and title of Justice of 
Appeal, and ex officio a Judge of the Trial Div 
ifion of the said Court 

Deputy of H i'Excellency the Governor General 

A. Justice of the Supreme Court of Alberta and 
a Member of the Trial Division of the said 
Court and ex officio a Judge of the. Appellate 
Division of the said Court 

Minister of Railways and Canals 



Secretary of State for External Affairs and 
President of the King's Privy Council for 
Canada 

Minister of Public Works 

Minister of Marine and Fisheries 

High Commissioner for Canada in the United 
Kingdom 

Member of the Board of Railway Commission- 
ers for Canada 

A Puisne Judge of the Court of King's Bench in 
and for the I^rovince of Quebec 

Administrator of the Government of the Prov- 
ince of British Columbia, during the incap- 
acity through illness of His Honour the 
Lieutenant Governor 

A Judge of the District Court of the District of 
Macleod, in the Province of Alberta 

A Local Judge of the Supreme Court of Alberta. 

A Judge of the Court of King's Bench for Sask- 
atchewan 

.A. Judge of the Court of King's Bench for Sask- 
atchewan 

Local Judge in Admiralty of the Exchequer 
Court of Canada for the District of Quebec, 
in the Province of Quebec 

Minister of Soldiers' Civil Re-Establishment 
of Canada 



Oct. 1, 
Dec. 29, 



Feb. 15, 
Dec. 29, 



Dec. 29, 
Mar. 21, 



1921 
1921 



1922 
1921 



1921 
1922 



Sept. 15, 1921 



Oct. 31, 1921 



April 13, 1921 



Oct. 8, 1921 
Jan. 7, 1922 



Feb. 25, 1922 

Jan. 7, 1922 

Jan. 7, 1922 

Mar. 25, 1922 

Sept. 24, 1921 



Nov. 19, 1921 



April 23, 1921 



Sept. 
June 


15, 
24, 


1921 
1921 


Sept. 
July 


24, 
2, 


1921 
1921 


Sept. 
Dec. 


15, 
29, 


1921 
1921 


Sept. 
Jan. 


24, 
7, 


1921 
1922 


Dec. 
Feb. 
Dec. 


29, 

3, 

29, 


1921 
1922 
1921 


Jan. 
Feb. 
Jan. 


7, 
11, 

7, 


1922 
1922 
1922 


Feb. 


10, 


1922 


Feb. 


18, 


1922 


Nov. 


4, 


1921 


Nov. 


12, 


1921 


Jan. 


25, 


1922 


Feb. 


4, 


1922 


April 


8, 


1921 


April 


16, 


1921 


15 Sept., 
Nov. 12, 


1921 
1921 


Sept. 
Dec. 


24, 
3, 


1921 
1921 


Oct. 


12, 


1021 


Oct. 


22, 


1921 


June 


11, 


1921 


July 


9, 


1921 


Dec. 


21, 


1921 


Dec. 


31, 


1921 


Sept. 


21, 


1921 


Oct. 


1, 


1921 



1.2 



DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 



Name 



Office or Appointment 



Margeson, K.C., Joseph Willis. 



May, Henry A. 



Mellish, Honourable Humphrey 

Metcalfe, Honourable Thomas Llewellyn 

Monty, Honourable Rodolphe 
Motherwell. Honourable William Richard 
:^lowat, K.C., Herbert MacDonald. 

Mulligan, K.C. , James Arthur 

Mulligan, His Honour James Arthur. 
Honourable 



Mulock, K.C.M.G 

William 



Sir 



Date 



Judge of the County Court of District Number 
Two (composed of the counties of Lunenburg, 
Queens and Shelburne), in the Province of 
Nova Scotia 

Commissioner to tender and administer to and 
take from all and every person or persons 
who now holds or hold, or who shall here- 
after hold, any office or place of trust or profit, 
or who may be appointed to discharge any 
duty under the Government of Canada, with- 
in the Dominion of Canada, the Oath of 
Allegiance and the Oath of Office, and such 
other oath or oaths as may from time to 
time be prescribed by any law or statute in 
that behalf made and provided 

A Local Judge in Admiralty of the Exchequer 
Court, in and for the Admiralty District of 
Nova Scotia 

A Judge of Appeal for the Court of Appeal for 
the Province of Jfanitoba 

Secretary of State of Canada '.'. 

^^ini.eter of Agriculture 

.\ Judge of the Supreme Court of Ontario and a 
Member of the High Court Division of the 
said Court, and to be ez officio a member of 
the Appellate Division of the said Court . . 

Judge of the County Court of the County of 
of Carleton, in the Province of Ontario .". . . 

A Local Judge of the High Court Division of 
the Supreme Court of Ontario 



Dec. 13, 1921 



When Gazetted 



Dec. 10, 1921 



Murphy, Honourable Charles 
McCarthy, Honourable Maitland Stewart 



McCormick, Edward G 

Mcintosh, John Charles 

Mcintosh, His Honour John Charles. 
McKay, Honourable James 

McKenzie, Honourable Daniel Duncan 
Normand, Honourable Louis Philippe.. 

Panneton, Honourable Louis Edmond. . . 



Sept. 3, 1921 



Nov. 25, 1921 

Oct. 3, 1921 

Sept. 21, 1921 

Dec. 29, 1921 



Oct. 



3, 1921 
15, 1922 
Feb. 15, 1922 



Feb. 



Pope, Henry Colin 

Robb, Honourable James Alexander. 
Rogers, K.C, Tecumseh Sherman.. 

Ross, K.C, Alexander 

Ross, Duncan Campbell 

Ross, His Honour Duncan Campbell. 
Scott, The Honourable David Lynch 



July 20, 1921 
Dec. 29, 1921 



1921 



1921 



April 20, 
Oct. 17, 
Oct. 17, 1921 



1921 



Administrator of the Government of the Prov- 
ince of Ontario, during the incapacity through 
illness of His Honour the Lieutenant 

Governor 

Postmaster General '. . . . . .\ 

A Justice of the Supreme Court of Aiberta, and 
a Member of the Trial Division of the .said 
Court, and ei officio a Judge of the Appellate 

Division of the said Court ! Sept. 15 

Fishery Officer in the Fisheries Protection Ser- 
vice of Canada 

Junior Judge of the County Court of Nanaimo 

in the Province of British Columbia 

A Local Judge of the Supreme Court of British 

Columbia 

A Judge of Appeal of the Court of Appeal for 
Saskatchewan, and to be ez officio a Judge of 
the Court of King's Bench for Saskatche^N an Oct. 12, 1921 

Solicitor General of Canada Dec. 29, 1921 

President of the Privy Council for Canada, in 
the room and stead of the Honourable James 

Alexander Calder, resigned Sept. 21 , 1921 

Commissioner to investigate into and report in 
respect to the "amount required to pay the 
Park St. Charles Company, Limited, for 
land occupied by the Quebec Harbour Com- 
mission, as per verdict of Arbitrator, which 
verdict was later sustained bv the Superior 
Court in favour of the Plaintiff Company, 

Pereira, Fredrick Linwood Clinton ' Deputy of His Exceliency the Governor General ™^ 

for the purpose of signing warrants of election, 
proclamations, writs for the election of Mem- 
bers of the House of Commons and letters 
patent of Dominion and other lands, whether 
the Governor General be absent or not Aug. 11 , 1921 

A Judge of the District Court of the Judicial 
District of Melfort, in the Province of Sask- 
atchewan Oct. 31, 

Minister of Trade and Commerce Dec. 29, 

A Puisne Judge of the Supreme Court of Nova 
Scotia Nov. 25, 

Judge of the District Court of the Judicial Dis- 
trict of Yorkton, in the Province of Sask- 
atchewan Sept . 7 , 

Judge of the County Court of the Gouty of Elgin 
in the Province of Ontario Jan. 25, 

A Local Judge of the High Court Division of 
the Supreme Court of Ontario | Jan. 25, 1922 

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Alberta 
and President of the Appellate Division of the 
said Court, with the style and title of the 
Chief Justice of Alberta, and ex officio a Judge, 
of the Trial Di^asion of the said Court I Sept. 15, 1921 



1921 
1921 



1921 



1922 



Sept. 17, 1921 



Dec. 10, 1921 

Oct. 22, 1921 
Sept. 24, 1921 
Jan. 7, 1922 



Oct. 15, 1921 
Feb. 25, 1922 
Feb. 25, 1922 



July 23, 1921 
Jan. 7, 1922 



Sept. 24, 1921 
April 30, 1921 
Oct. 29, 1921 
Oct. 29, 1921 



Oct. 22, 1921 
Jan. 7, 1922 



Sept. 24» 1921 



July 9, 1921 



Aug. 27, 1921 

Nov. 12, 1921 

Jan. 7, 1922 

Dec. 10, 1921 

Sept. 17, 1921 

Feb. 4, 1922 

Feb. 4, 1922 



Sept. '24, 1921 



I 



REPORT OF THE REGISTRAR'S BRANCH 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 



13 



Name 



Office or Appointment 




When. Gazetted 



Simmons, The Honourable William 
Charles 



Sladen, C.M.G., C.V.O., Arthur French 



Slipp, K.C., Arthur R. 



Stevens, Honourable Henry Herbert . . 
Stewart, Honourable John Alexander. 

Stewart, Honourable Charles 

Stuart, Honourable Charles Allan. . . . 



Tweedie, K.C., Thomas Mitchell. 



Tytler, K.C., John 

Tytler, His Honour, John 

Walsh, Honourable William Legh. 



A Justice of the Supreme Court of Alberta, and 
a Member of the Trial Division of the said 
Court, and ci officio a Judge of the Appellate 
Division of the said Court 

Deputy of His Excellency the Governor General 
for the purpose of signing warrants of elec- 
tion, proclamations, writs for the election of 
Members of the House of Commons, and 
letters patent of Dominion and other lands, 
whether the Governor General be absent or 
not 

Judge of the County Court of the Counties of 
Queens, Sunbury and York, in the Province 
of New Brunswick, in the room and stead of 
His Honour Judge Wilson, retired 

Minister of Trade and Commerce of Canada, 
in the room and stead of the Right Honour- 
able Sir George Eulas Foster, resigned 

Minister of Railways and Canals of Canada, in 
the room and stead of the Honourable John 
Dowsley Reid, resigned 

Minister of the Interior and the Superintendent 
General of Indian Affairs and the Minister of 
Mines 

A Judge of the Supreme Court of Alberta and a 
Member of the Appellate Division of the said 
Court, with the style and title of Justice of 
Appeal, and ex officio a Judge of the Trial 
Division of the said Court 

A Justice of the Supreme Court of Alberta, and 
a Member of the Trial Division of the said 
Court, and ej officio a Judge of the Appellate 
Division of the said Court 

A Junior Judge of the County Court of the 
County of York, in the Province of Ontario. . 
A Local Judge of the High Court Division of 
the Supreme Court of Ontario 

A Justice of the Supreme Court of Alberta, and 
a Member of the Trial Division of the said 
Court, and ex officio a Judge of the Appellate 
Di^^sion of the said Court 



Sept. 15, 1921 



Aug. 11, 1921 



June 13, 
Sept. 21, 
Sept. 21, 
Dec. 29, 



1921 
1921 
1921 
1921 



Sept. 15, 1921 



Sept. 15, 
Oct. 3, 
Oct. 3, 



1921 
1921 
1921 



Sept. 15, 1921 



Sept. 24, 1921 

Aug. 27, 1921 

June 25, 1921 

Sept. 24, 1921 

Sept. 24, 1921 

Jan. 7, 1922 

Sept. 24, 1921 

Sept. 24, 1921 

Oct. 15, 1921 

Oct. 15, 1921 

Sept. 24, 1921 



Boards of Trade registered under the Boards of Trade Act, Chapter 124, E.S.C., 1906, 
and the Boards of Trade Amendment Act, 1920 



Name 



Sydney Mines Board of Trade 

La Chambre de Commerce du Lac St. Jean. . . . 

Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce 

La Chambre de Commerce des Trois Rivieres. 

Three Rivers Chamber of Commerce 

The Belleville Chamber of Commerce 

Esquimalt Board of Trade 

The Fort Francis Board of Trade 

Chambre de Commerce de Caraquet. 

Board of Trade of Canso 

Victoria Chamber of Commerce 

La Chambre de Commerce de Chicoutimi 

Edmundston Board of Trade 

Lousana Board of Trade 




Sydney Mines, N..S. 

Roberval, Que 

Saskatoon, Sask 

Trois Ri\'ieres, Que. 



Belleville, Ont 

Esquimalt, B.C 

Fort Francis, Ont.. 

Caraquet, N.B 

Canso, N.S 

Victoria, B.C 

Chicoutimi, Que. . . 
Edmundston, N.B. 
Lousana, Alberta. . . 



Date of Formation 



Jan. 14, 

April 25, 

April 27, 

May 16, 

May 21, 

May 27, 

June 10, 

June 17, 

June 20, 

Aug. 30, 

Oct. 4, 

Dec. 15, 

Jan. 23, 



1920. 
1921. 
1921. 
1921. 

1921. 
1921. 
1921. 
1921. 
1921. 
1921. 
1921. 
1921. 
1922. 



13 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 A. 1923 



THE COMPANIES BRANCH 



The number of companies incorporated under The Companies Act and amending 
Acts during the fiscal year 1921-22 was 895, including 20 corporations without share 
capital, with a total capitalization of $351,555,900, and the number of existing 
companies to which supplementary letters patent were issued was 127, of which 43 
increased their capital stock to the amount of $18,275,000, 13 decreased their capital 
stock $5,121,450, the remaining 71 being granted supplementary letters patent for 
various purposes such as changing names, extending powers, etc., making a total 
of 1,022 charters and supplementary charters issued during the year; while the total 
capitalization of new companies and the net increased capital of existing companies 
amounted to $364,709,450, the maximum total. The usual synopses (with index 
thereto) giving full particulare of all companies incorporated, as well as of all existing 
companies to which supplementary letters patent were granted during the fiscal year, 
are appended hereto. 

A considerable increaee has been noted in the number of documents registered 
pursuant to Section 69a of The CJompanies Act, there having been 122 documents 
registered during the fiscal year 1921-22 as compared with 62 during the preceding 
fiscal year. The total amount of money secured by new Mortgages, Trust Deeds and 
Debentures during the past year is $211,542,789.35. The instruments entered upon 
the Register of Mortgages and Charges comprise 107 new Mortgages and Trust 
Deeds, 2 Memoranda of Satisfaction, 2 Apix)intments of Receiver and Manager, and 
3 Debentures not covered by Trust Deeds. 

The total number of companies which have submitted the summary prescribed 
by Section 106 of The Companies Act for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1921, up 
to and including March 31, 1922, is 3,604, which indicates an increase of 404, when 
compared with the number (3,200) submitted during the previous fiscal year. 413 
delinquent returns for the fiscal years ended March 31, 1918, 1919, and 1920, were 
also received, making a total of 4,017 returns received during the past fiscal year. 

Improvement continues to be noted in the manner in which the requirements of 
Section 106 of The Companies Act are being observed. Many companies, however, 
are still in default and should comply with the law without further delay. A con- 
siderable number of companies which filed returns during previous fiscal years have 
ceased to be subsisting companies and have been requested to surrender their charters 
for cancellation. 



14 



13 GEORGE V SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 A. 1923 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT ISSUED TO COMPANIES INCORPORATED 

UNDER " THE COMPANIES ACT," PART I OF CHAPTER 79, R.S.C., 

1906, AND AMENDING ACTS, FROM APRIL 1, 1921, TO 

MARCH 31, 1922 



'• CANADIAN LEATHER PRESERVATIVE AND OIL OOMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated, April 1, 1921. . . - - Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 
Number o£ shares, 4,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — James Aloysius Horrocks and Morris Emmet Griflfin, both of 
Detroit, Mich., U.S.A., accountants ; Charles Richard Clirtin, superintendent, and 
Hei^bert Walter Wilson, gentleman, both .of Windsor, Ont.; and Alcide Peter 
Chauvin, of Sandwich West, Ont., accountant. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate mem'bers. 

Chief place of Business. — Windsor, Ont. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 4230, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"THE GLASS CASKET COMPANY, LIMITED" 

«LA OOMPAGNIE DE CEROUEILS EN VERRE, LIMITEE » 

Incorporated April 1, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $2,000,000. 

Number of shares, 200,000.— Amount of each share, $10. 
Corporate Members.— Gerald McTeigue, Reigner Brodeur and Auguste Mathieu, 
advocates; Yvon Ducharme, accountant, and. Oscar LeMyre, typist; all of 
Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 4362, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"QUEEN DRESS & WAIST, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 1, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of shares, 2,000— Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Memhers.-Maxwell Goldstein, King's counsel; John Albert Engel, advo- 
cate; James Burnett Taylor, accountant; Harold Neumann, student-at-law, and 
Berthe Maysenhoelder, stenographer; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors.— Maxv^ell Goldstein. John Albert Engel and James 

Burnett Taylor. 
Chief place of Business.— Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 4356, Caimda Gazette, 1920-21. 

15 



16 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

Supplementery Letters Patent issued April 1, 1921, to 
"THE STAND AED PAINT COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED" 

Ohanging the corporate name of the said company to that of 
"THE EUBEROID CO.. LIMITED" 
Vide p. 4211, Canada Gazette^ 1920-21. 



"WOOLLENS & YAENS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 1, 1921. . - - . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Moees Cohen, Julius Cohen and Eaphael Eosen, merchants, 
and Antoine Chauvin, advocate; all four of Montreal, Que.; and Freeda Feld- 
■man, of Outremont, Que., wife separate as to property of Nathan Eosen, of the 
same place, merchant. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Moses Cohen, Julius Cohen and Eaphael Eosen. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 4227, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"THE MIDNIGHT SUN OIL AND EEFINING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 2, 1921. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $5,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, no nominal or par value. 
Corporate Menibers. — Thomas Dace, broker; William Ernest Davies, insurance agent; 

John David Oaimpbell, stenogi'apher ; Wilfrid Deacon, accountant, and John 

Michaels, news dealer; all of Edmonton, Alberta. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Thomas Dace, William Ernest Davies, John David 

Campbell and Wilfrid Deacon. 
Chief place of Business. — Edmonton, Alberta. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. -4225, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



■ "NOETHEEN APPEAISAL AND ADJUSTMENT, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 2, 1921. _ - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Charles Whitmore Fawcett, manufacturer, and Clement Chandler 
Avard, journalist, of Saekville, New Brunswick; John Samuel Magee, Walter 
Francis Wheeler and Alexander Crichton, of Moncton, New Brunswick, account- 
ants; and Eobert Carter, of Halifax, Nova Sootia, chartered accoimtant. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Moncton, N.B. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4507, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 

" PETEOLEUM t TEANSPOET, LIMITED " 

lucorporated April 2, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $3,000,000 
Number of shares, 30,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — ^Honourable William James Shaughnessy, King's counsel; Eufus 
Clement Hlolden, the younger, advocate ; Alfred Boreham Wright, clerk ; Clarence 
Arnold and Bruce Forbes, stenographers ; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4370, Canada Gazette, 1920;21. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 17 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"PHELPS POWER AND LIGHT, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 2, 1921. ... - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 250. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 2,500. — Amount of each common share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — George Her'bert Sedgewick, James Aitchisou and Collamer Chip- 
man Calvin, barristers-at-law ; Harold Morrey Smith and Vernon Ooborne 
Matchett, students-at-law; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Bv^iness. — Toronto, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4355. Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" C. S. ALLEN & COMPANY, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 4, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $150,000 

Number of shares, 1,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Mackay Cotton, Frederick Thomas Enright and 
William Ulric Cotton, all three of Westmount, Que., advocates; Egbert William 
Westover, advocate, and Wallace Ross Henry, student-at-law, both of Montreal, 
Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4354 Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" EQUITY PICTURES CORPORATION, LIMITED " 

Incorporated April 4, 1921 Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Samuel Arnovitz, agent; George Arnovitz and Martin Arno- 

vitz, customs brokers; Isidore Ballon, advocate, and Laurence Tannenbaum, 

notary; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate mem.bers. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4361, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"H. B. ROBINSON & CO., LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 4, 1921 Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100, 
Corporate Members. — Harold Beverley Robinson, investment banker; Alfred Edward 

Burchmore, chief clerk; John Jennings Creelman, King's counsel, and Arthur 

Lennox Stanley Mills, advocate; all four of Montreal, Que.; and Harrison 

McEachran Young, of Westmount, Que., clerk. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4372, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 

22 — 2 



18 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

" SCYTHES VOCALIOK" CO., LIMITED " 

Incorporated April 4, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of eacb. share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — William Zimmerman, Wendel Hurdman Osborne and Eobert 

Wherry, barristers-at-law ; Helen Agnes Paterson, stenographer, and Mabel 

Carmetta Hughes, accountant; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — ^William Zimmerman, Wendell Hurdman Osborne 

and Eobert Wherry. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Ohjects of th-e Company.— Vide p. 4372, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"THE SMART APPAEEL COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 4, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Araount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Solomon Greenfarb and Alexander Hurwitz, merchants; Mary 
Greenfarb, married woman; Samuel Joseph Birnbaum, barrister-at-law, and 
Alexander Chaim Solomon, student-at-law ; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Solomon Greenfarb, Mary Greenfarb and Samuel 
Joseph Birnbaum. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 435Y, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"ATLANTIC GULF AND MEDITEREANEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY, 

LIMITED " 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 5, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100.' 
Corporate Members. — John Edward Grivell, accountant; Ella Mary Jackson, Bessie 

Moore Eogers, Pearl Schramm and Hanna Grace McKeil, stenographers; all of 

Montreal, Que. 
First or P}-ovi.sional Directors. — Jolm Edward Grivell, Ella Mary Jackson and Bessie 

Moore Eogers. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4366, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" SAINSBHEY BEOTHEES, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 5, 1921. - - - - . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500<— Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Arthur Hudson Sainsbury. and William Joseph Bradley, 
brokers; John Gill, accountant; Nellie Beryl Fennell, stenographer; and 
Gregory Sanderson Hodgson, solicitor; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — William Joseph Bradley, John Gill and Nellie 
Beryl Fennell. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto. Ont. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 4491, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 19 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"NORTH WEST PETROLEUM COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 6, 1021. ----- Amount of capital stock, $5,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Thomas Dace, broker ; Charles Yardley Weaver, barrister ; 
Sibella Mary Gwendoline Duff, student-at-law; Daisy Damaris Clegg and Edith 
Winnifred Stigings, stenographers; all of Edmonton, Alberta. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said coiiX)rate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Edmonton, Alta. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4644, Canada Gazette^ 1920-3fl. 



"THE STARLING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 6, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $5,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, no nominal or par value. 

C&rporate Members. — Harold Stephens Gausby and Hugh Francis Cassidy, secre- 
taries; Frederick McNamee Little, auditor; George Levack Mowat and Royden 
Alexander M^acdonald, accountants ; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The s-aid corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4636, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"ACME SECURITIES CORPORATION, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 7, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $2,500. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Arnold Wainwright, Aubrey Huntingdon Elder and Felix 

Winfield Hackett, advocates; Darley Burley-Smith, clerk, and Frank Ashworth, 

accountant; all of Montreal, Que. 
Fii'st or Provisional Directors. — Arnold Wainwright, Aubrey Huntingdon Elder and 

Darley Burley-Smith. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4368, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" A. W. 0. STEWART & COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated April Y, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — ^William Gilbert Pugsley, King's Counsel; Harold Hodgson 
Ellis, Wilfred Joseph Grace and William Michael Unger, barristers-at-law, and 
Evelyn Elizabeth Darwin, stenographer; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4369, Canada Gazette^ 1920-21. 

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20 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
'• BATES YALVE BAG COMPACT, LIMITED " 

Incori>(>rated April 7, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Ballard, hank manager; John Joseph Bampfield and 
George Mortimer, insurance agents; Xorah Sheppard and Pearl Wilson, steno- 
graphers; all of Niagara Falls, Ont. 

First or Provisiorual Directors. — The said coriwrate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Niagara Falls, Ont. 

Ohjects of the Company.— Vide p. 4908, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" THE DAVID PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED " 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 7, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Albert Engel, advocate; Jamee Burnett Taylor, account- 
ant; Philip Meyerovitch and Harold Neumann, studente-at-law, and Berths 
Maysenhoelder, stenographer; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John Albert Engel, James Burnett Taylor and 
Harold Neumann. 

Chief place of Busines. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vid-e p. 4367, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"THE CANADIAN COMBUSTION COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 8, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $60,000. 

Number of shares, 6,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Norman Sommerville and William Ewart Sommerville, bar- 
risters-at-law ; Charles Thompson, student-at-law; William Gilbert Self, gentle- 
man; and Ella Johnston, accountant; all of Toronto, Ont, 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said cor^wrate members. 

Chief place of Busiyiess. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4360, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" THE CLI^kCAX COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Ineurpvorated April 8, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $50. 

Corporate Members. — Walter Seely Johnson and Alexander Eives Hall, both of Hie 
Majesty's Counsel, learned-in-the-law; and Josie Edwards, Matilda Mathewsou Hol- 
land and Ethel May Peiree, stenographers; of Montreal, Quebec. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Quebec. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4514, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 21 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

•THE BELGIAN IXDUSTEIAL COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 9, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $l,O()0,0O0. 

Number of shares, 100,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 
Corporate Members. — The Honourable William James Shaughnessy, King's Counsel; 

Chilion Graves Heward and Rufus Clement Holden, the younger, advocates; 

Herbert William Shearer, manager; and Alfred Boreham Wright, stenographer; 
all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Quebec. 
Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 4503, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" DOMINION BEDSTEAD COMPANY, LIMITED " 

(As a Private Company) .; 

Incorporated April 9. 1921. Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of. shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Henry Weinfield, Marcus Meyer Sperber and Lyon Levine, 

advocates; Sarah Miller, stenographer; and Fanny Weinfield, book-keeper; all 

of Montreal, Quebec. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Quebec. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4497, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"FEDERATED FILM EXCHANGES, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 9, 1921. . . . . Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of share©, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 
Corporate Members. — Henri Gerin-Lajoie, advocate and King's counsel; Alfred 

Labelle, advocate, and Joseph Emile Cote, accountant; all three of Montreal, Que.; 

Paul Lacoste, advocate and King's counsel, and Alexandre Gerin-Lajoie, advocate; 

both of Outremont, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corix)rate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4373, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



"GLEN MOTORS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 9, 1921. - . . - Amount of capital ctock, $1,000,000. 
Number of preferred shares, 4,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 
Number of common shares, 60,000. — Amount of each common share, $10. 
Corporate Members. — Walter Bernard Kingsmill, Stanley Stuart Mills and Vincent 
Walter Price, barristers-at-law; Edward George Goodwin, gentleman; and 
Richard David Williams, accountant; all of Toronto, Ontario. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide tp. 4489, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



22 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
"ITALIAIN WAH VETERAN 00-OPERATIVE, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 9, 1921. - - - - Aanoiint of capital stock, $20,000. 
NHi'inl)er of shares, 2,000. — Amount, of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Enrico Meneghini, dealer; Mario d'Emarese, accountant; Fior- 
entino Testa and Enrico d'Emarese, commercial travellers; and Alberta Saoca, 
musician; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — ^Montreal, Que'befl. 

Ohjects of the Company.— Vide p. 4724, Canad<i Gazette, 1920-21. 



" M0NTREAL-:N^EW YORK transport company. LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 9, 1921. r ' ' ' Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Callaghan, Francois Xavier Antoine Biron and John 
Doherty Kearney, advocates; James Edward Duckett, student-at-law; and Percy 
Arnott Gregory, secretary; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Direciors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Quebec. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 4492, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



"SMART'S BROCKYILLE FURNACES, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 9, 1921. - - . . Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of eath share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — James Arnold and John Henry Allan Briggs, manufacturers; 

David Rogers Fowler, sales manager; John Robert Bell, general assistant: and 

Rheta McKay, stenographer; all of Brockville. Ontario. 
First or Provisional Directors. — James Arnold, David Rogers Fowler and John 
Robert Bell. 

Chief place of Busi?iess. — Brockville, Ontario. 
Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 4493, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"WATERLOO BEDDING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 9, 1921. . - - . Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 
Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Michael Henry Montag and Alexander Lorenz Dantzer, manu- 
facturers; Ernest "William MacKenzie, barrister; all three of Waterloo, Ont.; 
Joseph Edward Reinhardt, commercial traveller, and Alfred Spaetz Fehrenbach, 
book-keeper; both of Kitchener, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Waterloo, Ont. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 4371, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 23 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"WILLIAM PATERSON, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 9, 1921. . . - . Amount of capital stock, $400,000. 
Number of preferred shares, 2,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 2,000. — Amount of each common share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — James Harley, Edmund Sweet and Archibald Manson Harley, 

barristers-at-law ; Janet Graham, Dorothy Cooper and Gladys May Pattereon, 

stenographers; all of Brantford, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Brantford, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4638, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



"ABEAMS WEST COLUMBIA OIL COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 11, 1921. . . . . Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 
Number of shares, 1.000,000. — Amoimt of each ehare, $1. 

Corporate Members. — William Hei^bert Price, Alexander Robertson Cochrane and 
Wilfrid Wright Perry, barristers; Horace Blackwood Proudlove, student-at-law; 
and Edith Emily Garbutt, accountant; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4509, Caiiada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" COLLYER & BROOK, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 11, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each ©hare, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Arnold Wainwright, Aubrey Huntingdon Elder and Felix Win- 
field Hackett, advocates ; Darley B'urley-Smith, clerk, and Frank Ashworth, 
accountant; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Arnold Wainwright, Aubrey Huntingdon Elder and 
Darley Burley-Smith. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Quebec. 

Objects of (lie Company. — Vide p. 4511, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" GORMAN'S, LIMITED " 

Incorporated April 11, 1921. - . . . Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 
Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Joseph Aloysiue Gorman, general manager; James Ivan 
Mann, credit manager; George Bligh O'Connor .and Charles Gerald O'Connor, 
barristers; and Robert George Thomlinson, sales manager; all of Edmonton, 
Alberta. 

First or Provisional Directors. — James Ivan Mann, George Bligh O'Connor and 
Robert George Thomlinson. 

Chief place of Business. — Edmonton, Alberta. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4496, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



24 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

"EOYAL AGENCIES, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 12, 1921. . Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Gilbert Sutherland Stairs, King's counsel; John William 
Pringle Eitchie, Leslie Gordon Bell, and Edward James Waterston, advocates; 
and George Thorn Hendrie, accountant; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 4632, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" COLSAL, LIMITED " 

Incorporated April 13, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Harold Seaton Corbet, accountant; Frank Joseph Hughes, 
Leo Joseph Phelan and Daniel Patrick James Kelly, barristers-at-law; and 
Gertrude Mundy, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Harold Seaton Corbet, Leo Joseph Phelan and Ger- 
trude Mundy. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4642, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" COMPAGNIE D'IMPOETATION DU CANADA, LIMITEE " 

Incorporated April 13, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $125,000, 

Number of shares, 1,250. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Jean Baptiste Fortin, manufacturer; Eaoul Arthur Perrault, 

manager; Jerome Internoscia, barrister; Beatrice Desormeaux, accountant; 

and Bernardine Desjardins, wife of Eaoul Arthur Perrault; all of Montreal, 

Quebec. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Jean Baptiste Fortin, Eaoul Perrault and Jerome 

Internoscia. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 4630, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"SANIFONE COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 13, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers.-^'Roj Manning Edmanson, William Gordon Egbert, Clarence 
Everett Smith and Austin de Bernus Winter, barristers and solicitors; and 
Ada Belle Eeady, stenographer; all of Calgary, Alberta. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Calgary, Alta. 

Objects of- the Company. — Vide p. 4513, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 25 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"STEPHENSON ATTEACTIONS. LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 13, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 250. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 250. — Amount of each common share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — John Clarke Thomson, William Thomas Jones, Henry Gordon 

Donley and Andrew Wentworth Hunter, barristers-at-law ; and George Koy 

Sproat, accountant, all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 4502, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



"WALTEE E. EOBI, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 13, 1921. - - - - - Amount of capital stock, $20,000. 

Number of shares, 200. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Alexander Hannah, Andrew Carson MacWilliams and 
Percy LeEoy Sanford, barristers-at-law; and George Crichton Stuart Crosby 
and Walter Kingsley Jull, students-at-law ; all of Calgary, Alta. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Calgary, Alta. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 4499, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"DOMINION COACH AND LIVEEY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 14, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Bidwell Nichols Davis, Eobert Everett Grass and Harold 
Watson Timmins, barristers-at-law; and Carrie Bassett and Louise Keeso, 
stenographers; all of Toronto. Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4631, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"HIGHWAY CEOSSINGS. LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 14, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Lillian Dillon, Eita Hatton, Katherine Doherty, Jessie Eeid 
and Emma Staples, stenographers; and Mabel Bruce, office clerk; all of Toronto, 
Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4640, Canada Gazetie, 1920-21. 



26 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
" ONTARIO FILMS, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 14, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $20,000. 

Number of shares, 20,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — Walter Wood McKeown, student-at-law ; Henry Gordon 
Donley, John Clark Thomson and William Thomas Jones, barristers-at-law ; 
and George Roy Sproat, accountant; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John Clark Thomson, George Roy Sproat and 
William Thomas Jones. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto. Ont. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 4502, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued April 15, 1921, to 
"AETNA COAL NUGGET COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from the sum of $75,000 to the sum of 
$500,000, being an increase of 42,500 shares of $10 each. 

Vide p. 4628, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"THE DOHENY PULP & HARDWOOD LUMBER, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 15, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of eaeh share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Johnny Lamothe, Philias Leveille and Joseph Paul Leveille, 
wood merchants; Jceeph Napoleon Hudon, commercial traveller; of Montreal, 
Quebec; and Joseph Noe Ducharme, of Escourt, Quebec, wood merchant. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 4724, Canada Gazette,, 1920-21. 



Supplementary Letters Patent, issued April 15, 1921, to the 
" UNITED DRUG COMPANY, LUSHTED " 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $1,500,000 to the sum of $3,500,000, 
being an increase of 20,000 preferred shares of $100 each, and amending the 
original letters patent, dated the 25th November, 1909, and supplementary letters 
patent of the company of April 25, 1918, by converting the 5,000 common shares 
of the company of the par value of $100 each into 50,000 common shares of no 
par value. 

Vide p. 5028, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 27 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

''LEMAY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 18, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 
ISTumber of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100: 

Corporate Members. — Tertullien Lemay, merchant; Joseph Arthur Dube, clerk; 
Joseph Albert Lemay, physician; Alice Lemay, epinster; and Josephine Lemay 
O'Brien, wife of Emmett O'Brien, civil servant; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Tertullien Lemay, Alice Lemay and Joseph Albert 
Lemay. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4631, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"THE PETROLEUM CORPORATIONS" OF FORT NORMAN, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 18, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 
Number of shares, 200,000. — Amount of each share, $5. 

Corporate Members. — Albert Mearne, Gerald Morphy Malone, Roland Oliver Daly 
and Bertram Kirkpatrick Johnston, barristere-at-law ; Wilfred Orlando Davis, 
student-at-law ; and Alice Gertrude Wallis, book-keeper ; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4772, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"THOMSON OIL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 18, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $30,000. 

Number of shares, 6,000. — Amount of each share, no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Thomas Arthur Beament and Alan Haskett Armstrong, bar- 
rieters-at-law ; Mona Devine, Catharine Howe and Myrtle Corr, stenographers ; all 
of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Thomas Arthur Beament, Mona Devine and Catha- 
rine Howe. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4507, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"CANADIAN PAPER BOX MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION" 

(Association) 

Incorporated April 19, 1921. Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Thomas Reid, of Hamilton, Ont., paper box manufac- 
turer; Calixa Narcieee Moisan and Joseph Henry Lefebvre, of Montreal, Que., 
paper box manufacturers; Jay Baslaugh. Lawrason, Bartholomew Sproule and 
William Philip Bennett, of Toronto, Ont., paper box manufacturers. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief Office of Corporation. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 4640, Can-ada Gazette, 1920-21. 



28 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
"AETNA LEATHER WORKS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 20, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $49,000. 

Xumber of shares, 490. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Edouard Labelle, manufacturer; Joseph Henri Gerin- 
Lajoie and Alfred Labelle, advocates; Joseph Emile Cote, accountant; of Mont- 
real, Que.; and Alexandre Gerin-Lajoie, advocate, of Outremont, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4727, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



"HOWARD STRACHAX & CO., LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 20, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Xumber of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate ^f embers. — Edgar Reginald Parkins, one of His Majesty's counsel, learned- 
in-the-law; Shirley Greenshields Dixon, advocate; and Marjorie Anderson, Pearl 
Mahoney and Ethel Maud Kelley, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 4775, Canada Gazette, 192*0-21. 



^'L ROSE & CO., LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 20, 1921. - . . . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Xumber of shares, 500.-^Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Xathaniel Samuel Fineberg, advocate; Joseph Fineberg, agent; 

Isaac Kert and Laurence Tannenbaum, notaries public, and Irwin Kirschberg. 

clerk; all of Montreal, Quebec. 
Fir.st or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4035, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"ODOROXO COMPAXY. LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 20. 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Xumber of prefei-red shares, 200.; — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Xumber of common shares, 800. — Amount of each common share. $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Robert Cartwright, Thomas Basil Richardson and Edward 

Martin, solicitors; Teresa Burns, book-keeper; and Edith Lackie, stenographer; 

all of Toronto. Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — John Robert Cartwright, Thomas Basil Richardson 

and Edward Martin. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4769, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued Anril 20, 1921. to 
"THE TORRIXGTOX COMPAXY, LIMITED" 

e-stending powers of said company. 
Vide p. 4629, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 29 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"JOHN J. BRADLEY, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Compauy) 

Incorporated April 21, 1921. - _ . . Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 
Number of sliares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Memhers. — William Gilbert Pugsley, King'e counsel; Harold Hodgson Ellis, 
Wilfred Joseph Grace and William Michael Ung-er, barristers-at-law; and Evelyn 
Elizabeth Darwin, stenographer; all of Ottawa, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — William Gilbert Pugsley, Harold Hodgson Ellis and 

Wilfred Joseph Grace. 

Chief place of Business. — St. John. New Brunswick. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4642, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued April 21, 1921, to 
''THE LIVE FISH COMPANY, LIMITED" 

increasing the capital stock of the company from the sum of $100,000 to the sum 
of $200,000, being an increase of 1,000 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 4628, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



" THE A. I. EOOT COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED " 

Incorporated April 22, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $24,000. 
Number of shares, 240. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — George Whitaker Morley, John Steuart Duggan, James White 
Bicknell and William Osmund Gibson, 'barristers^at-law ; and Thomas Stewart 
Hagan Giles, accountant; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Ingersoll, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5245, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"THE CANADIAN VAPORIZER COMPANY, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 22, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of ©bares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Angus Mclvenzie Dewar, Alexander Mills, Edgar Fraser Raney 
and Paul Hubert Mills, barristers; and Joseph Douglas McNish, student-at-law ; 
all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate memhers. 
■ Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4777, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



30 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
" LAYOIE STEAM ENGINE COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incoi^KH-ated April 22, 1921. - . . - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — ^Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Pierre Lavoie, mechanical engineer; Philippe Trottier, 
chartered accountanl; and auditor; Joseph Francis Eugene Michaud, mechanical 
dentist; "William York, manufacturer; Joseph Henry Caille, Hartel Alfred Caille 
and Joseph Claude Nadeau, dealers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate memhere. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Ohjects of the Company.— Vide p. 5823, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



"THE MANUFACTURING AND ENGINEERING CORPORATION, LIMITED » 

Incorporated April 22, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Edouard Bedard, accountant; Edmond Clovis Brochu, 
gentleman; Henriette Michaud, stenographer, and George Yidal, bailiff, of 
Quebec, Quebec; and Louis Lemay, of Ste. Emily, Quebec, student. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Joseph Edouard Bedard, Louis Lemay and Edmond 
Clovis B'rochu. 

Chief place of Business. — Que'bec, Que. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 4629, Can-ada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"CANADIAN MEXICAN PETROLEUM COMPANY, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 23, 1921. ... - Amount of capital stock, $2,500. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Memhers. — Ainslie Wiloon Greene, barrister-at-law ; William Hancock 
Johnston, solicitor; William Smellie MacKenzie, accountant; Lillian Bennett and 
Hazel Martha Forde, stenographers; all of Ottawa, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Ainslie Wikon Greene, William Hancock Johnston 
and William Smellie MacKenzie. 

Chief place of Busi7iess. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1897, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



I 



" TRANSIT .STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED " 

(Private Company) 

Incorporated April 28, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $24,000. 

Num.ber of shares, 240. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Louis Philippe Crepeau, King's counsel; Maurice Dugas, Seg- 
fried Hinson Read Bush, John Parker Callaghan and Alec. Phelps Grigg, advo- 
cates; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Segfried Hinson Read Bush, John Parker Callaghan 
and Alec. Phelps Grigg. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4634, Canada Gazette, 1^20-21. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 31 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

" VINEBEEG-SAMIT, LIMITED " 
(Private Company) 

Incorporated April 28, 1921. - - - - -Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
J^umber of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Samuel William Jacobs, Kinj^'s counsel; Isidore Ballon and 
Lazarus Phillips, advocates; Abraham Saul Cohen, accountant; and Joseph 
Philip Beaupre, bailiff; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Isidore Ballon, Lazarus Phillips and Abraham iSaul 
Cohen. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Qne. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4771, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" AMOROSO & MALAGODI COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated April 25, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — ^Giuseppe Amoroso of Hamilton, Ontario, merchant; 'John 
Peter Malagodi and Julius Edmund Schroeder, merchants ; Joseph Emile Cadotte, 
advocate, and George Ludger L'Heureux, accountant; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Giuseppe Amoroso, John Peter Malagodi and Julius 
Edmund Schroeder. 

Chiet place cf Bvsine.'-'s. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company — Vide p. 4909, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



" THE KEMP METAL AUTO WHEEL COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated April 25, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 
Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — George Whitaker Morley and James White Bicknell, barristers- 
at-law; Edward Kemp, mechanic; Thomas Stewart, Hagan Giles, accountants ; and 
Stanley Lightfoot,' patent solicitor; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Co^npany. — Vide p. 50S1, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" CHA3IBEIIS-HAUPT COMPANY. LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 26, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $49,000. 
Number of shares, 490. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frank O'allaghan, Francois-Xavier Antoine Biron and John 
Doherty Kearney, advocates; James Edward Duckett, student-at-law; and Percy 
Arnott Gregory, secretary; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — ^Frank Callaghan, James Edward Duckett and Percy 
Arnott Gr(igory. 

Chief place of Bush.ess. — ^Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4767, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



32 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

'^CAXADIAX FLOWERS & FEATHERS MANUFACTURING COMPANY, 

LIMITED " 

Incorporated April 27, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $^75,000. 

Number of shares, 750. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Maximilien L^rand' and Louis Vuillemot, dealers; Lilly 
Boucher, wife of Maximilien Legrand; Alphonsine Guindon, clerks, and Joseph 
Emile Cadotte, advocate; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Maximilien Legrand, Louis Vuillemot and Joseph 
Emile Cadotte. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5105, Canada Gazette. 11>20-21. 



" THE COTTON FABRICS GOMPANY, LIMITED » 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 27, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 

Number of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — 'Herbert Alfred Frank, manufacturer's agent; Clarence Alex- 
ander Dunn, accountant; James Miller Robertson, general manager; Arnold 
King&ley Graham and Frederick Claxton, clerks; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors- — Herbert Alfred Frank. Clarence Alexander Dunn and 
JaraM Miller Robertson. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Tide p. 5029, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" LOUIS FEIGIN, LIMITED " 
(Private Company) 

Incorporated April 27, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — ^Henry Weinfield, Marcus Meyer Sperber and Lyon Levine, 
advocates; Sarah Miller, stenographer; and Fanny Weinfield, book-keeper; all of 
Montreal, C^ebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4900. Can-ada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY, LIMITED " 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 27, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Memhers— Walter Alfred Merrill' and Archibald Stalker, advocates; Jean 

Lang Muir, accountant, and Emily Oldroyd and Mae Margaret Anna Johnston, 

secretaries; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — ^Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4771, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 33 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued April 27, 1921, to 
"THE SHALE BRICK COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED" 

increasing the capital stock of the company from $1,600,0'00 to the sum of $2,000,000, 
bein^ an addition of 4:,000 preferred shares of $100 each, and changing the corporate 
name of the said company to that of 

"COOKSVILLE SHALE BRICK COMPANY, LI3^nTED " 

Vide p. 4891, Ccmada Gazette, 1920-21. 



/"WILLAIID STORAiGE BATTERY COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 27, 1'921. Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — John Thomas Foster, merchant; William Henry Bouck, student- 
at-law; Olive Davenport and Laura Turner, stenographers; and Gordon Waldron, 
solicitor; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto. Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4TT0, Canada Gazete, 1920-21. 



" THE EVEREADY MANUFACTURING COMPANY OE CANADA, 

LIMITED " 

Incorporated April 28, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000, 
Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Chester Thomas Murphy, of Boston, Massachusetts, one of the 
United States of America, manufacturer; Roger Andrews Upton, of Montreal, 
Que., capitalist; Jean Noel Beauchamp and John Esson Campbell Elliott, bar- 
risters; and Joseph Alphonse Moussette, agent, of Hull, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Hull, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4892. Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"GRANT, FLEMING & McLEAN COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 28, 1921, Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Henry Dell Bradley, barrister-at-law; Herbert Day, clerk; 
Martha Owens, insurance broker ; Dollie Dwyer and Grace LeHeup, steno- 
graphers; all of Haileybury, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Haileybury, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4906, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 
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34 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
"GROSAET & SINTON, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 28, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Colville Sinclair, Shirley Greenshields Dixon and Ralph 
Erskin Allan, advocates; William Taylor, manager; and Florence Alberta 
Tobin, stenographer; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Tide p. 4781, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"IDEAL SEWIIs^G MACHINE (CANADA), LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 28, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, £150,000. 
Number of shares, 750. — Amount of each share, 4s. 

Corporate Members. — Edwin Mandeville, of Kensington, England, newspaper pro- 
prietor; Alexis Morton Mandeville, of Westminster, England, financier; Cap- 
tain Sidney Woodfull Millard, of Chertsey, England, gentleman; Edwin Ohil- 
cott, of Barnes, England, and Wilfred Ralph Walter, of Wimbledon, England, 
clerks. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Edwin Mandeville, Alexis Morton Mandeville and 
Sidney Woodfull Millard. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 343, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



"P. T. ROBERTS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 28, 1921. - . - - Amount of capital stock, $150,000. 

Number of shares, 1^500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Percy Theodore Roberts, Winfred Roberts and Alexander 
Percy Mutchmor, lumber merchants; Victoria Roberts, wife of said Percy Theo- 
dore Roberts; and Leonard Francis Earl, barrister-at-law; all of Winnipeg, 
Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. • 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4906, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued on April 28, 1921, to 
" SHAWINIGAN ELECTRO METALS COMPANY, LIMITED " 

decreasing the capital stock of the company from $1,000,000 to the svim of $25,000, 
such decrease being effected by cancelling the capital which has been lost or is 
not represented by available assets to the extent of $90 per share upon each of 
the 2,500 shares issued and now outstanding, and by cancelling 7,500 shares 
which have not been allotted. The capital stock of the company so reduced 
shall consist of 2,500 shares of the par value of $10 each. 

Vide p. 4891, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 35 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"AMERICAN STOCKS AND BONDS, LIMITED » 

Incorporated April 29, 1921. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 
Number of shares, 30,000. — Amount of eacii share, no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Norman Emanuel Strickland and Thomas Delany, students- 
at-law; Clifford Gordon Lynch, secretary; George Evans Atwood and James 
Broadbent Taylor, accountants; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — ^Norman Emanuel Strickland, Thomas Delany, Clif- 
ford Gordon Lynch and James Broadbent Taylor. 

Chief place of Business. — ^Windermere. Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5046, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"BELL SILKS, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 29, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — ^Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — ^Joeeph Max B'ullen, George McOlure Will'oughby, Harold Lea- 
royd Steele and Norman Stuart Robertson, barristers-at-law ; and Gerald 
Murphy, accountant; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4778, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



" THE CARLSBAD, LIMITED " 

Incorporated April 29, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Margaret Boyd, of Carlsbad Springs, Ont., widow; Catherine 
Burnett and James Eli Boyd, civil servants; Lila Garland, nurse; and Georges 
McLaurin, barrister-at-law ; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Margaret Boyd, James Eli Boyd and George 
McLaurin. 

Chief place of Business. — Carlsbad Springs, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5028, Canada Gazette, 1920-23. 



"DIRECT MERCHANDISE COMPANY, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 29, 1921. - - - . - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 260. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 
Number of common shares, 250. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate il/em&ers.^Joseph Franklyn Wedge, manager; Edmund Parker Dale 
Harris, advocate; Minnie Bradley and Margaret Hartley, stenographers; and 
Whillimina Young, accountant; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4894, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 
22— 3J 



36 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
"FOEEIGX AXD DOMESTIC EEALTY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 29, 1921. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 
Number of shares, 2,0<])0. — Amount of eaeh share, no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Robert George Oeborne Thomson, comptroller; Harold Ste- 
phen Gausby, secretary; Frederick McXamee Little and "William Alexander 
Walker, auditors; and George Lavack Mowat, accountant; all of Toronto. Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. -1783, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



"OLIVER EXGIXEERIXG COMPAXY, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 29, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital ttock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — ^William McRorie Oliver, engineer; Charles Champoux and 
Edmund Parker Dale Harris, advocates; and Jean Stewart Forbes Haddown, 
olerk; of Montreal, Que.; and Joseph William Weldon, of Weetmount, Que., 
advocate. 

First or Provisional Directors. — William McRorie Oliver, Charles Champoux and 
Joseph William Weldon. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4891, Can-ada Gazette; 1920-21 



"ST. MAURICE POWER COMPAXY, LIMITED" 
( Re-incorporation) 

Incorporated April 29, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $8,000,000. 
Xumber of shares, 80,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Howard Murray and William Stephen Hart, managers; Julian 
Cleveland Smith, engineer; William Bridges Scott, advocate; and Gordon 
Walters MacDougall, advocate and Ring's counsel; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 4903, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" STERLIXG BOXD CORPORATIOX, LIMITED '' 

Incorporated April 29, 1921. - . - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 
Xumber of chares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Orville Sievwright Tyndale and Wilbert Harvard Howard, 
advocates; Henry Charles MeXeill, accountant: Helen Burns and Delia Jessie 
Hamill, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4896, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 37 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"ARDLEY HAEDITE COLLIERIES, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 30, 192f. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $262,500. 
Number of preferred shares, 2,500. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Kumber of common shares. 2,500. — Amount of each common share, no nominal or 

par value. 

Corporate Memhers. — Wiliam Henry McLaws, barrister; George Alexander Mac- 
Kenzie, engineer; Ralph Wilberforce Trotter, gentleman; and Dorothy Preston, 
secretary ; all of Calgary, Alberta ; and William Robertson Walsh, of Ardley, 
Alta., mining engineer. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Calgary, Alta. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 545, Canada Gazette, 19'21-22. 



"BEAVER PRODUCTS COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 30, 1921. ... - Amount of capital stock, $20,000. 

Number of shares, 200. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members^ — ^Mbise Sauriol, dealer; (Janvier Hamel, gentleman; Joseph 

Prevost and David Gladu, farmers; Marc Vermette, notary; Napoleon Briere, 

junior, hotel-keeper; Alderic Huot, tinsmith; Louis Lussier, commercial traveller; 

and Jean-Baptiste Hamel, postmaster; all of St. Janvier, Que., and Joseph 

Bruno Nantel, of Montreal, Que., advocate. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — St. Janvier, Que. 
Ohejcts of the Company. — Vide p. 5204, Canada Gazette, 1920-21- 



" THE BEHN OIL COMPANY, LIMITED " 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 30, 1921. - . . . Amount of capital stock, $500. 
Number of shares, 100. — Amount of each share, no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — George Robert McQueen and Garfield King, barristers; Her- 
man House, Alfred George Miles and Robert Robey Knowles, brokers; all of 
Vancouver, British Columbia. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Vancouver, B.C. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4918, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" THE EASTABROOK OIL COMPANY, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 30, 1921. . - . . Amount of capital stock, $500. 

Number of shares, 100. — Amount of each share, no nominal or par value. 
Corporate Members. — George Robert McQueen and Garfield King, barristers; 

Herman House, Alfred George Miles and Robert Robey Knowles, brokers; all 

of Vancouver, B.C. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Vancouver, B.C. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4911, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



38 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

"THE FADY OIL C0MPA1!TT, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 30, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $500. 
Number of shares, 100. — Amount of each share, no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Metnhers. — George E-obert McQueen and Grarfield King, barrieters-at-law; 

Herman House, Alfred George Miles and Robert Robey Knowles, brokers; all 

of Vancouver, B.C. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Vancouver, B.C. 
Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 4912, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" THE HERMAX HOUSE OIL COMPANY, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 30, 1921. - _ - _ Amount of capital stock, $500. 
Number of shares, 100. — Amount of each share, no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — George Robert McQueen and Garfield King, barristers; 

Herman House, Alfred George Miles and Robert Robey Knowles, brokers; all 

of Vancouver, B.C. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — ^Vancouver, B.C. 
Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 4907, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" THE JOHNSON OIL COMPANY, LIMITED » 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 30, 1921. - . - - Amount of capital stock, $500. 
Nvimber of shares, 100. — Amount of each share, no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Memhers. — George Robert McQueen and Garfield King, barristers; 

Herman House, Alfred George Miles and Robert Robey Knowles, brokers; all 

of Vancouver, B.C. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — ^Vancouver, B.C. 
Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 4905, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"THE McQUEEN OIL COMPANY, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 30, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $500. 
Number of shares, 100. — Amount of each share, no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Memhers. — George Robert McQueen and Garfield King, barristers; 

Herman House, Alfred George Miles and Robert Robey Knowles, brokers; all 

of Vancouver, B.C. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — ^Vancouver, B.C. 
Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 4918, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 39 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"MOOVIT DHUG company, LIMITED" 

Incorporated April 30, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memihers. — John MacNaughton, advocate; James Geary Cartwright and 
James Burnett Taylor, managers; Harry Clay Chesley and Thomas Joseph 
Griffin, agents; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John MacNaughton, James Geary Cartwright and 
James Burnett Taylor. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4782, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"PEACE EIVER AND FORT NORMAN NAVIGATION AND OIL 

DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 30, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $12,000. 
Number of shares, 12,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — Robert Forres Craig, of Peace River, Alta., gentleman; Alex- 
ander Goodsir Fowler Ross, agent, and Charles Mackay Cotton, advocate, both 
of Westmount, Que.; Thomas Joseph Duggan, of Montreal, Que., agent; and 
William Ulric Cotton, of Cowansville, Que., advocate. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Compa/ny. — Vide p. 5038, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"THE STOREY OIL COMPANY, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 30, 1921. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $500. 
Number of shares, 100: — Amount of each share, no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — George Robert McQueen and Garfield King, barristers; 

Herman House, Alfred George Miles and Robert Robey Knowles, brokers; all 

of Vancouver, B.C. 
.First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — ^Vancouver, B.C. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4919, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"THE WALLIS CANADIAN CROWN CORK COMPANY, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated April 30, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 
Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — ^Walter Alfred Merrill and Archibald Stalker, advocates; Jean 
Lang Muir, accountant; Emily Oldroyd and Mae Margaret Anna Johnston, 
secretaries; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4921, Camada Gazette, 1920-21. 



40 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATt: 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
''CAXADIAX EODBORO SHOE CO:\IPAXY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated Mar 2, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $8'0,000. 
Xumber of shares, 80,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate 2Iemhers. — Henry Jasper Martin and Charles Evans-Lewis, barristers-at- 
law; Thomas Neville Poole, law clerk; Emma Victoria Delany and Mtabel May 
Johnston, stenographers; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Henry Jasper Martin, Thomas Xeville Poole and 
Emma Victoria Delany. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Ohjects of the Company.— Vide p. 5246, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"DE GIOEGIO, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 2, 1921. ... - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Xumber of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Anthony De Giorgio, contractor; James Atsalinos, construc- 
tion engineer; Frank Conte, model-maker; Adolph Salmaso, sculptor; and Arthur 
de Sambor, civil engineer; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Tide p. 4768, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"PICTORIAL PUBLISHIXG COMPAXY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 2, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 
Xumber of shares, 20,000, — ^Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Mary Agnes Stewart, stenographer; Harry Wilfred Ballard, 
art director; and Charles Magnus Anderson, advertising manager; of Windsor, 
Ont.; John Morse Hanson, business manager; and James Sylvester Richards, 
president; of Detroit, Michigan. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Windsor, Ont. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 4896, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



''W. J. AXDERSOX MAXUFACTCTIIXG AXD RUBBER COMPANY, 

LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 3, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Xumber of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — ^William James Anderson and Lionel Cory Tobias, manufac- 
turers; George Alexander Ramsay, physician; Chauncey Giles Jarvis and Jared 
Vining, solicitors; all of London, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — William James Anderson, Lionel Cory Tobias and 
George Alexander Ramsay. 

Chief place of Business. — London, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4906, Catiada Gazette, 1920-21. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 41 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

Supplementary Letters Patent, issued May 3, 1921, to 

" THE CABLING BKEWING AND MALTING COMPANY OF LONDON, 

LIMITED " 

Extending the powers of the company. 
Vide p. 4890, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



''GURD SERVICE, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 3, 1921. ... - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Alan Roy Webeter, manufacturer's agent; George Leonard 
Alexander, advocate; and Matilda Mathewson Holland, stenographer; of Mont- 
real, Que.; and William Thuot, of Yerdun, Que., notary public; and James 
Eenwick, of Westmount, Quebec, accountant. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 4910, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"KIRSCH MANUFACTURING COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 3, 1921. - - ' - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Robert Buck, accountant; Dae Washburn Hoxie, audi- 
tor; Charles Wendel Ivirsch, manufacturer; Eugene Henry Rider, sales man- 
ager; and Philip Bryan Stratton, factory superintendent; all of Sturgis, Michigan. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Charles Wendel Kirsch, Eugene Henry Rider and 
Philip Bryan Stratton. 

Chief place of Business. — Woodstock, Ont. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. '5051, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"MOL-BREW CARTAGE COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 3, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 
Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Francis George Bush, book-keeper; George Robert Drennan 
and Herbert William Jackson,. clerks; Alexander Gordon Yeoman, and William 
Patrick Creagh, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Francis George Bush, George Robert Drennan and 
Herbert William Jackson. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4895, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



42 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
" THE DEXTAL COMPANY OE CAXADA, LIMITED " 

Incorporated May 4, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 1,000. — Amount of eacli preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 1,500. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — George Herbert Sedgewick, James Aitchison, John Wellington 
Pickup, Ckyllamer Chipman Calvin and Margery Washington Rowland, barristers- 
at-law; Duncan Angus McCrimmon, accountant; and Pearl Blanche Marr, office 
clerk; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Tide p. 4920, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" HAMER-BRODKIN, LIMITED » 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 4, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Mevribers. — Henry Weinfield, Marcus Meyer Sperber and Lyon Levine, 
advocates; Sarah Miller, stenographer; and Fanny Weinfield, book-keeper; all of 
Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — ^Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5251, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"INTERNATIONAL AERO CORPORATION, LtMITED » 

Incorporated May 4, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 
Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — ^Louis Philippe Crepeau, King's caunsel; Maurice Dugas, Seg- 
fried Hinson Read Bush and John Parker Callaghan, advocates; and Leon 
Garneau, student-at-law ; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — ^Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4892, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"LOMBARD INVESTMENT COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 4, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Francis George Bush, book-keeper; George Robert Drennan and 
Herbert William Jackson, clerks; Alexander Gt)rdon Yeoman and William Patrick 
Creagh, stenographers; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Francis George Bush, George Robert Drennan and 
Herbert William Jackson. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4904, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 43 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"BATHUBST COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 6, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $15,000,000. 

Number of shares, 150,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Honourable William Cameron Edwards, a member of the Senate 
of the Dominion of Canada; Norman Frank Wilson, Edward Robert Bremmer and 
Cameron MacPherson Edwards, lumbermen; and Hamnett Pinhey Hill, barrister- 
at-law; all of Ottawa, Ontario. 

First or Proimional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Bathurst, N.B. 

Objects of the Company. — Tide p. 4901, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



'' PINCH PROPERTIE'S, LIMITED " 

Incorporated May 6, 1921. -..--- Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 
Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — ^James Chisholm, Thomas Baker MoQuesten and Norman Eoy 
Robertson, barristers-at-law; Wilbert George Welby, student-at-law ; and Jessie 
Yorston, stenographer; all of Hamilton, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — James Chisholm, Thomas Baker MoQuesten and 
Norman Roy Robertson, 

Chief place of Business. — Hamilton, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4912, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"OLOBE HAT WORKS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 6, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Alexandre Papineau Mathieu and Armand Mathieu, advocates; 

Arthur Lacoste, broker; Reginald Mayall, agent; and Horace Lippe, notary 

public; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company — .Vide p. 4916, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"HOLD-MAR VACUUM PISTON COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 6, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $150,000. 

Number of shares, 15,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — ^Russell Thomas Stackhouse, King's counsel; Shirley Green- 
shields Dixon, Ralph Erskin Allen and John MacNaughton, advocates ;and 
William Taylor, acountant; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Russell Thomas Stackhouse, Shirley Greenshields 
Dixon and Ralph Erskin Allen. 

Chief place of Business. — Lachine, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5044, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



44 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

'•NATIONAL HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 6, 1921. - - . - Amount of capital stock, $400,000. 
Xumber of shares, 4,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Edith Haseltine Fillmore and Lucie Elizaheth Black Smith, 
stenographers; and Jude Gueguen, accountant; all three of Sackville, New Bruns- 
"wick; and Mary Walsh, accountant; and Robert Carter, chartered accountant; 
both of Halifax, Xova Scotia. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Saekrille, N.B'. 

Objects of the Company.— Tide p. 5033. Canada Gazette, 1920-21 



" STAR TRUXIv & BAG MAXUFACTURIXG COMPAXY, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 6, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $49,000. 
Number of shares, 490. — Aonount of each shaire, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Isidore Cohen and Moses Aaron Greenblatt, merchants; Maxwell 
Isidore Sigler and Nathaniel William Jacobs, advocates; and Sydney Tannenbaum, 
law student; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Isidore Cohen, Maxwell Isidore Sigler and Moses 
Aaron Greenblatt. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5037, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued May 6, 1921, to 
" THE STERLING TWINE COMPANY, LIMITED » 

changing the corporate name of the company to that of 
" J. R. STERLING TWINE COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Vide p. 5027, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued May 7, 1921, to 
"BRITISH CONTROLLED OILFIELDS, LIMITED" 

increasing the capital stock of the company from $40,000,000 to the sum of $45,000,000, 

being, an addition of 1,000,000 shares of $5 each. 

Vide p. 4890, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"THE V. P. AUTO APPLIANCE COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 7, 1921. ... - Arhount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Morris Goodman, chartered accountant; Hyman Meyer Goodman, 
civil engineer; Samuel Schwartz, manager; Harry Jacc^bs, accountant, and Bessio 
Krasovitsky, stenographer; all of Montreal, Que*bec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4913, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 45 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

" UXIVERSAiL COAL MINES OF OA'XADA, LIMITED » 

Incorporated May 7, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

jST umber of shares, 1,000,000. — Amount of each share, ^$1. 
Corporate Members. — Thomas Hubert Wilson, Jacob William Broudy, James Donnell 

O'Neill and Angus Jay Doane, solicitors; and Ethel May McFarland, stenographer; 

all of Toronto, Ontario. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4917, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued May 9, 1921, to the 
"ATLAS BRICK COMPANT, LIMITED" 

amending the Letters Patent incorporating the company, dated March 21, 1921, by 
providing that its capital stock shall be $600,000, divided into 6,000 shares of $100 
each, of which 3,000 shares shall be preferred shares. 

Vide p. 5027, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued May 9, 1921, to the 
" BROMPTON PULP & PAPER COMPANY, LIMITED " 

amending the supplementary Letters Patent granted the company the 9th July, 1920, 

amendinff the Letters Patent incorix>rating the said company. 

Vide p. 5028, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" CANADIAN SANITARY CAN COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incori)orated May 9, 1921. - . i - Amount of capital stock, $400,000. 
Number of shares, 40,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — James Parker, Maurice Crabtree, John Charles McKay MaoBeth 
and Henry Howard Shaver, barristers-at-law; Lily Hall Page, Jessie Elizabeth 
Lord and Christina Mitchell, stenographers; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5035, Canada Gazette, 1920-21 



" CANADA ICE AND COAL CO^LPANY. LIMITED " • 

Incorporated M.ay 9, 1921. ... - Amount of capital stock, $300,000. 
Number of shares, 3,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Thomas Baker McQ'uesten and Noraian Roy Robertson, barris- 
ters-at-law; Wilbert George Welby, student-at-law; Helen Archibald, book-keeper; 
and Geoi-gina Kennedy, stenographer; all of Hamilton, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Hamilton, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5252, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



46 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

" CORPORATIOX AND GEIsTE'RAL INVESTMENTS, LIMITED " 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 9, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Max Bullen, Norman Stuart Robertson, Harold Learoyd 
Steele and George McClure "Willoughby, barristers-at-law; and Gerald Murphy, 
accountant; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Joseph Max Bullen, Norman Stuart Robertson and 
Harold Learoyd Steele 

Chief place of Biisiness. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Tide p. 504S, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" PERSIAN FUR CO., LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 9, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Samuel "William Jacobs, King's counsel; Isidore Ballon and 
Lazarus Phillips, advocates; Abraham Saul Cohen, accountant; and Joseph 
Philip Beaupre, bailiff ; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Isidore Ballon, Lazarus Phillips and Abraham Saul 
Cohen. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Tide p. 5040, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"POLLACK'S RETAIL -STORES, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 9, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $75,000. 
Nxunber of shares, 750. — Amoimt of each share, $100, 

Corporate Members. — Abraham "Wilfred Muhlstock, Isidore Ballon, Nathaniel Samuel 
Fineberg and Bernard Goldenberg, advocates; and Laurence Tannenbaum, notary 
Public; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Abraham Wilfred Muhlstock, Nathaniel Samuel Fine- 
berg and Laurence Tannenbaum. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5541, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued May 9, 1921, to 
"SECURITY LUMBER COMPANY, LIMITED" 

increasing the capital stock of the company from $750,000 to the stun of $1,200,000, 
being an addition of 4,500 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 4890, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 47 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

" WALKEE TWIST DRILL AXD TOOL COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated May 9, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $750,000. 

Number of shares, 7,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — ^Harrington Edward Walker and Hiram Holcomb Walker, manu- 
facturers; and Gustavus Gardner Benfield, gentleman, of Walkerville, Ontario; 
Harry Newton Reynolds, of Detroit, Michigan, manufacturer; and Percy Leo 
Adlam, of Montreal, Qxiebec, manufacturer. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Walkerville, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4919, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" A. BERNARD & COJ^IPANY, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 10, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Henry Weinficld, Marcus Meyer Sperber and Lyon Levine, 
advocates; Sarah Miller, stenographer; and Eanny Weinfield, book-keeper, all of 
Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5033, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



" DOMINION DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, LIMITED " 

Incorporated May 10, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Molyneux Lockhart Gordon and James White Bicknell, barris- 
ters-at-law; Willis Bertram Sturrup, office manager; Thomas iStewart H'agan 
Giles, accountant; and Mary Harper MacGregor, stenographer; all of Toronto, 
Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5042. Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



" EURNO LIMITEE " 

Incorporated May 10, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Alphonse Yvan Bouchard, agent; Alfred Marois, bank 
clerk; Auguste Sirois, advocate; Jeanne ]\[araudat and Simone Boutet, steno- 
graphers; of Quebec, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said coriDorate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Quebec, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 50'5S, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



48 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V. A. 1923 
"LIFE EXTEXSIOX INSTITUTE OF CAXADA, LI:MITED " 

Incorporated May 10, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $20,000. 

Xumber of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $50. 

Corporate Memhers. — Louis Yineberg, gentleman; Julius Xathan Neumann, insur- 
ance agent; Jacob Rubin, dental surgeon; Sol Yineberg, junior, merchant; and 
Isidore Ballon, advocate; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company.— Tide p. 5036, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



I 
I 



"GROCERS BREAD COMPAXY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 10, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Xumber of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $50. 
Corporate Members. — Alfred Ernest Fripp, King's counsel; Edmund Foster Burritt 

and Russell Morrison Dick, barristers-at-law; Olive Xellie Davis, stenographer; 

and Alexander Edward Blanchet, clerk; all of Ottawa, Out. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Tide p. 4915, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued May 10, 1921, to 
"THE ST. LAA\^EXCE WELDIXG COMPAXY, LIMITED," 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that of 
"THE ST. LAWREXCE WELDIXG AXD EXGIXEERIXG WORKS, 

LIMITED." 

Vide p. 5028, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"BRITISH MAGXESITE CORPORATIOX, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 11, 1921. ... - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Xumber of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Louis Phillippe Crepeau, advocate and King's counsel; Maurice 

Dugas, Segfried Hinson Read Bush, John Parker Callaghan and Alec Phelps 

Grigg, advocates; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Maurice Dugas, Segfried Hinson Read Bush and 

John Parker Callaghan. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5030, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 2 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued May 11, 1921, to 
"DUPUIS FRERES, LIMITED," 

Amending the Letters Patent, dated May 5, 1921, incorporating the company, in 

regard to its preference shares. 

Vide p. 5028, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 49 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 
" McHALE PYOERHEA REMEDY COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED " 

Incorporated May 11, 1921. .... Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 3,500. — Amount of each preferred share, $10. 

Number of common shares, 75,000. — Amount of each common share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — Kenneth Ferns Mackenzie, Arthur Wentworth Roebuck and 
Murray Grordon, solicitors; George Stinson Saunderson, student-at-law ; and 
Hazel Fern Cline, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Oijects of the Company. — Vide p. 5041, Canada Gazette, 1920-21, 



"A. E. BIRDSELL COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 12, 1921. . . - - Amount of capital stock, $400,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 10,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $10. 

Number of common shares, 30,000. — Amount of each common share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Thomas Stewart Hagan Giles, accountant; William Osmund 
Gibson, John Frederick Lucas, Ian MacLean MacDonell and James Moffat 
Forgie, barristers-at-law ; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place 'of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5029, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"THE ATLANTIC TRANSPORTATION COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 12, 1921. . . - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000, 
Numlber of shiaree, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Henry Absolom Powell and William Henry Harrison, barris- 
ters; Thomas Nagle, ship broker; Harry Warwick, merchant; Frederick John 
McDonald, accountant; and John Robert Miller, insurance agent; all of St. 
John, N.B. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5044, Canada Gazette, 1920-21, 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued May 12, 1921, to 
"BEVERIDGE PAPER COMPANY, LIMITED," 

Changing name to that of 

"THE BEVERIDGE SUPPLY COMPANY, LIMITED," 

Vide p. 5028, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



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50 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
"THE BORDER CITIES MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 12, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock. $50,000. 
Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Julius Kleckner, machinist; Bernard Ernest Pollak, gentle- 
man; Paul Kovary and Joseph Kahn, merchants; and Max Meyer Braun. attor- 
ney-at-law; of Detroit, Michigan; and Louis Poller, of Hamilton. Ont.. machinist. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — ^Windsor, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5047, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" THE CONFEDERATION FINANCE & CREDIT CORPORATION, 

LIMITED " 

Incorporated May 12, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock. $75,000. 
Number of shares, 750. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Robert Benjamin Henderson and Arthur Macallum Boyd, 
barristers; Joseph Denny, student-at-law ; Laura Anne Bayes, accountant; and 
Marjorie Lois Copping, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Robert Benjamin Henderson. Arthur Macallum Boyd 
and Joseph Denny. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5019, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"PACIFIC DAIRIES, LIMITED" 

Tnoorporated May 12, 1921. - - - - Amount of Capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 1,500. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 1,000. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Henri Gerin-Lajoie and Paul Lacoste, both of His Majesty's 

counsel, learned-in-the-law ; and Alexandre Gerin-Lajoie, advocate; of Outre- 

mont. Que.; Alfred Labelle, advocate; and Joseph Emile Cote, accountant: of 

Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — ^Henri Gerin Lajoie, Paul Lacoste and Alexandre 

Gerin-Lajoie. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5052, Canada Gazette. 1920-21, 



"THE SPIRAL NAIL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 12, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — James Richardson Roaf and John Creighton, solicitors; Fred- 
erick George McBrien, student-at-law; William Graham, broker: and Alexander 
McDonald, engineer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporat-e members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5056. Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 51 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

" PASQUA CORPOEATION, LIMITED " 

Incorporated May 13, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,0'00. 
Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Shirley Greenshields Dixon, advocate; William Taylor, man- 
ager; Marjorie AndereC'n. Alberta Tobin and Ethel Maud Ivelley, stenogra- 
phers; all of Montreal, Que. 

Fijst or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5158, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"CARTERS TESTED SEEDS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 14, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $7,500. 

Number of shares, 1,500. — -Amount of each share, no nominal or par value. 
Corporate Members. — Robert Wherry, William Zimmerman and Wendell Hurdman 

Osborne, barristers-at-law ; Mabel Carmetta Hughes, accountant; and Helen 

Agnes Paterson, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Robert Wherry, William Zimmerman and Wendell 

Hurdman Osborne. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5325, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



" OOSSE-MILLERD, LIMITED " 

Incorporated May 14, 1921. - . - . Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 
Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Richard Edward Gosse, Robert Cecil Gosse and Francie Mil- 
lerd, cannerymen; Byron Ludlow Waddell, manager; Herbert LePatourel, 
chemist; and John Alexander Conkey, broker; all of Vancouver. British Columbia. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Vancouver. B.C. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5039, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued May 16, 1921, to 
"THE LOUIS McLAIN COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Changing the corporate name of the company to 

" IDEAL ALUMINIUM PRODUCTS, LIMITED." 

Vide p. 5151, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"P. M. OIL COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 16, 1921. - - . . Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000,000.— Amount of each share, $1. 
Corporate i¥embers.— Herbert George Alexander McLennan, Charles Joseph Lang, 

Duncan Watson and Herbert Alfred George, brokers; and James Edward Beck, 

barrister; all of Vancouver, British Columbia. 
First or Provhnonal Directors.—Bierhert George Alexander McLennan, Charles Joseph 

Lang and James Edward Beck. 
Chief place of Business. — Vancouver, B.C. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5160, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 
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52 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF r>TATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
" SEAELE GEAIN OOMPAXY, LIMITED " 
Incoi-poratod May 16, 1921. . . - . Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 
Xumber of shares, 2,500. — Amount of eacli share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers.—Hugh Phillippc, one of His Majesty's counsel; Harold St. Clair 
Searth, Joseph Thorarinn Thorson and Shirley Patrick Gemmill, barrist«r-at-law ; 
and Louise Kay, stenographer; all of Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Melfort, Sask. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5056, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" OAXADIAX-KAXSAS OIL OOMPAXY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated May 17, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $600,000. 

Xumber of shares, 600,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Mentbers. — Richard Lionel Taylor, manager; William D'Oyley Hutchins, 
Max Beauvais and Gordon McTavish Pyke, merchants; Eobert Findlay, architect; 
and William Eettie, manufacturer; all of Westmount, Qnebec; William Bell, 
manager; and John Alexander Smith, manufacturer; both of Montreal, Quebec; 
and Percival Horace Orchard, of St. Lambert, Quebec, adTertising specialty agent. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Monti'eal, Quebec. 

Objects of the Company. — Tide p. 5053, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



"THE OAXADIAX POSTEE COMPAXY, LI:^^TED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 17, 1921. - . - - - Amoimt of capital stock, $50,000. 
Xumber of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — ^Herbert Andrew Williams and John Wolferstan Thomas, con- 
tractors; Harry Albert Cobbett, controller; Owen Joseph Callary, accountant, and 
Frederick Percy Williams, sales manager; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — 'Herbert Andrew Williams, John Wolferstan Thomas 
and Harry Albert Cobbett. 

Chief place of business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Tide p. 5055, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



" THE EAEMEES' FEXCE COMPAXY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated May 17, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Xumber of preferred shares, 5,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $50. 

Xumlber of common shares, 5,000. — Amount of each common share, $50. 

Corporate Members. — Daniel Shearer, secretary; Mabel Grace Snowball and Annis 
Turfi. stenographers ; William Harold Smith, traveller ; and Thomas Grover Baird, 
book-keei)er ; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Daniel Shearer, WiUiam Harold Smith and Thomas 
Grover Baird. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5155, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 53 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"REGENT SEOURITIES. LIMITED" 

Incorporated ]\ray IT, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 
Nuniiber of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Francis George Bush, book-keeper; Michael Joseph O'Bnen and 
HeAert William Jackson, clerks; Alexander Gordon Yeoman and William Patrick 
Creag'h, stenographers; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Erancis George Bush, Michael Joseph O'Brieu and 
Herbert William Jackson 

Chief place of Business. — Three Rivers, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5159, Can-ada Gazette, 1920-21 



" BURNETT, LIMITED » 

IncoriDorated May 18, 1921. - - - - Amount of caipital stock, $100,000. 
Nuimiber of shares. 1.000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — James Chauncey Burnett, manager; Frances Farrell Burnett, 
married woman; George Leighton Burnett and Leon Daoust, clerks; and Muriel 
Martha Burnett, book-keeper; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisiortal Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5157, Canada Gazette, 1920-21 



"CAPITAL COAL COMPANY, LIMITED" 
CAs a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 18, 1921". . . . . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frederick William Nunn, coal merchant; Albert Charles Fergu- 
son, barrister-at-law ; Walter Frederick Pickersgill and James Howard Maxwell, 
law clerks; and James Pertrose Hamilton, student-'at-law ; all of Winnipeg, Mani- 
toba. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Frederick William Nunn, Albert Charles Ferguson and 
Walter Frederick Pickersgill. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5156, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"HALL ENGINEERING, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 18, 1921. .... Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 
Nnmber of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Walter Seely Johnson and Alexander Rives Hall, both of His 
Majesty's counsel, learned-in-the-law ; Josie Edwards, Matilda Mathewson Holland 
and Ethel May Pierce, stenographers ; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5153. Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



54 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
" THE SOHMIOK GEAR AXD SCREW COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED » 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 18, 1921. ... - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 
Number of sliares, 20,000. — Amount of each share, $50. 

Corporate Members. — Alfred Anderson Rouse, of Hawkstone, Ontario, retired farmer; 
Henry Jonas Schmick, inventor, and Francis Ernest Rouse, physician, of Williams- 
port, Pennsylvania ; Georgre Henry Gerber, of Pottsville, Pennsylvania, attorney- 
at-law; and Alfred Cyril Studd, of Orillia, Ontario, mechanic. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Alfred Anderson Rouse, Henry Jonas Schmick, Fran<5i6 
Ernest Rouse and George Henry Gerber. 

Chief place of Business. — Orillia, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5157. Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



" BRETHOUR, LIMITED " 

Incorporated May 19, 1^21. Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — ^George David Kelley, Leo Andrew Kelley and Arthur Stanley 
Bourinot, barristers-at-law ; Kathleen Mary Harrison, stenographer; and Harvey 
Fitzsimons, mining engineer, of Ottawa, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5152, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" CANADIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS, LIMITED " 

Incorporated May 19, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — ^Irving Earle Robertson, Charles Oswald Knowles, John Rains- 
ford Bone and Joseph Thomas Clark, journalists: and James Parker, barrister-at- 
law; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2452, Canada Gazette, 1921-22 



'Supplementary Letters Patent issued May 19, 1921, to 
" LE CREDIT INDUSTRIEL, LIMITEE " 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $20,000 to the sum of $300,000, 
being an increase of 2,800 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 5213, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 55 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"HYDRO APPLIANCES. LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 19, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $105,000. 
Number of preferred shares, 1,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 1,000. — Amount of each common share, no nominal 

or par value. 

Corporate Memhers. — David Eoss, merchant; and Byron James McCormick, industrial 
commissioner, of Welland, Ontario; Thomas Coulter, merchant; and William 
Cornelius Lynch, insurance agent; both of Port Robinson, Ontario; and Franklin 
Bryant Gerard, of Tliorold, Ontario, manufacturer. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Welland, Ontario. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 5161:, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" POWLEY AND MOODY, LIMITED » 

CAs a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 19, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 400. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, GOO. — Amount of each common share, $100 

Corporote Memhers. — Angus McKenzie Dewar, Alexander Mills, Edgar Eraser Raney 

and Paul Hubert Mills, barristers; and Joseph Douglas McNish, student-at-law; 

all of Toronto, Ontario. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 5165, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" SIRDAR MANUEACTURING CO., LIMITED " 

Incorporated May 19, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Memhers. — George David Kelley, Leo Andrew Kelley and Arthur Stanley 

Bourinot, barristers-at-law; Kathleen Mary Harrison, stenographer; and Harvey 

Eitzsimons, mining engineer; all of Ottawa, Ontario. 
First or Provisional Directors. — 'George David Kelley, Leo Andrew Kelley and Arthur 

Stanley Bourinot. 
Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 
Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 5163, Canada Gazette, 11920-21. 



" H. S. TAYLOR, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 20, 1921. -Amount of capital stock, $35,000. 

Number of shares, 350. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Memhers. — Frank Breadon Common, advocate; Francis George Bush and 

Herbert William Jackson, book-keepers; George Robert Drennan and William 

Patrick Creagh, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 5250, Canada Gazette, 192-0-21. 



56 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

"HAEGRAFT <fc SOXS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 20, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Xumber of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Memhers. — John Ross Hargraft, Gordon Grant Hargi-aft and Allan Arthur 

Hargraft, merchants; Maud Ellis Hargraft and Audrey Ethel Hargraft, married 

women: all of Toronto. Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — John Ross Hargraft, Gordon Grant Hargraft and 

Allan Arthur Hargraft. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 5162, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued May 20, 1921, to 
"HEJ^RY BIRKS & SOXS, LIMITED." 

Extending the powers of the company. 
Vide p. 5151, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 

I 

"L. MARTIXEAU, LIMITEE" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 20, 1921. ... - Amount of capital stock, $200,000 
Xumber of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Janvier Vaillancourt, banker; Arthur Vaillancourt and PauJ 
Yaillancourt, dealers; Leocadie Forgues Vaillancourt, wife of Arthur Vaillan- 
court, and duly authorized; and Madeleine Panet-Raymond Vaillancourt, wife 
of Paul Vaillancourt, and duly authorized; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 5380. Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



"JAMES PASCALL (CANADA). LOOTED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 21, 1921. . . . - Amount of capital stock, $100,000 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Arnold Wainwright, Aubrey Huntingdon Elder, Felix Winfield 

Hackett and John deGaspe Audette, advocates; and Darley Burley-Smith, clerk; 

all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 5255. Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"CANADIAN UNDERSELLERS. LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 23, 1921. - - . . Amount of capital stock, $49,000. 

Number of shares, 490. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Memhers. — Prosper Briseette, clerk; Horace Lephron and Herve Brossard, 

commercial travellers; Evangeline Leveille, spinster; and Olivier Beauregard, 

traveller; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 5382, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 57 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

" THE DOMmiOK SALINE PEODUCTS COMPANY. LIMITED " 

Incorporated May 23, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 100.000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Memiers. — Johi^ Inkerman MacCraken and Alan Christy Fleming, solici- 
tors; Thomas William Barnard, accountant; and Kathleen Boucher, steno- 
grapher; all of Ottawa, Ont. ; and Leonard Edmundson Drummond, of Edmon- 
ton, Alta., mining engineer. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Edmonton, Alta. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5248, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued May 23, 1921, to 

"MOUNT ROYAL MILLING & MFG. CO'Y, LIMITED," 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that of 

" ST. PAUL MILLING COMPANY, LIMITED." 

Vide p. 5243. Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



"PARSONS & PARSONS CANADIAN, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 23, 1921. - - . - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Memhers. — Ewart Gladstone Binkley and Howard Morwick, barristexs-at- 

law; Nellie Moore, book-keeper; Kathleen Ball Wigmore and Edna Marguarite 

Green, stenographers; all of Hamilton, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Hamilton. Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5253, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



" PRODUCTIVE PROPERTIES, LIMITED " 

Incorporated May 23, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 
Corporate Members. — Ernest Garside Black, barrister-at-law; Chalmers Harper Weir, 

student-at-law; Allen Havelock Neely and William Graham, real estate agents; 

and Vera Mae Campbell, book-keeper ; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5249, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



'' UNITED SHIPPERS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 23, 1921. ... - Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 

Number of shares, 250. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Harry Julius Ross and Roy Maurice Frankfurter, druggists; 

Albert Dolding, accountant; Marcel Marcus, barrister-at-law; and Gladys 

Crozier, stenographer; all of Winnipeg, Manitoba. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Harry Julius Ross, Roy Maurice Frankfurter and 

Albert Dolding. 
Chief place of Business. — Kenora, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5251, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



58 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

" BIJTTOX SALES, LIMITED " 

Incorporated May 25, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

dumber of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — David Groes, Mervin Carl Gross, Frederick William Dreger, 

Eudolpli Kraemer and Owen Bean, all of Kitchener, Ont., manufacturers. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Kitchener, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5257, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"CAXADIAX FAEM IMPLEMEXT CO^^IPAXY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 25, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 
Xumber of shares, 1,000,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — Ghent Davis, Donald Gordon Marshall and James Chieholm 
Rakton, barristers-at-law; William James Murdock and Beverley Cochrane 
Oayley, etudents-at-law; all of the city of Vancouver, in the province of British 
Columbia. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — ^Vancouver, B.C. 

Objects of the Company. — Yide p. 5330, Can<ida Gazette, 1920-21. 



"HALL, HODGES & BLOXDEAU, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 25, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 150. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 
Number of common shares, 350. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — George Gilbert Hedges, merchant; William John Weldon, 
secretary; Francis Joseph Laverty, King's counsel; Charles Albert Hale and 
Louis Joseph Barcelo, advocates; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — George Gilbert Hodgee, William John Weldon and 
Charles Albert Hale. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5335, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"JOSEPH LEOXE & COMPAXY, LIMITED" 
CAs a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 25. 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $75,000. 
Xumber of shares, 750. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Leone, John Leone, Joseph Leone, junior, and Michael 
Anthony Leone, merchants; and Gui Casimir Papineau-Couture, King's counsel; 
all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John Leone, Joseph Leone, junior, and Michael 
Anthony Leone. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5256, Canada Gazette, 1920-21 



Bi SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 59 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"L. G. DELAMATER LUMBER COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 25, 1921. . . - - Amount of capital stock, $24,000. 
Number of shares, 240. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Louis Gray Delamater and Angus Horace Ross, brokers; Peter 
Johnson and James Clements, accountants; and Arthur Cornelius Huber, mer- 
chant; all of Edmonton, Alta. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Louis Gray Delamater, Angus Horace Ross and 
Peter Johnson. 

Chief place of Business. — Edmonton, Alta. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 5258, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"LABRADOR FISHERIES, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 25, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Alexander Christie Hill and Hamnett Pinhey Hill, barristers- 
at-law; Edna May Stanzel and Laura Wliyte, stenographers; and Sarah Florence 
MacDougall, accountant; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Quebec, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5243. Candida Gazette, 1920-21. 



"LOUIS PISTONO, LIMITEE— LOUIS PISTONO, LIMITED" 

Incorporated May 25, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Louis Pistono, Paul Crepeau and Paul Alfred Pinard, dealers; 

Georges Vercheres Roy, accountant; and Gaspard Pistono, gentleman; all of 

Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
.Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5379, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" McBEAN & HANNA, LIMITED " 

<'As a Private CompanjO 

Incorporated May 25, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — ^Walter Alfred Merrill and Archibald Stalker, advocates; Jean 
Lang Muir, accountant; Emily Oldroyd and Mae Margaret Anna Johnston, 
secretaries; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Walter Alfred Merrill, Archibald Stalker and Jean 
Lang Muir. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5531, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



60 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
" THE WALKER TRANSPORTATION COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated May 95, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 
Number of shares, 400. — Amount of eacli share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Charles Clifford "Walker, merchant; Edmund Duckett O'Flynn, 
barrister; John Dale O'Flynn, student: Clara Arnott, book-keeper; and Margaret 
Pratt, stenographer; all of Belleville, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Charles Clifford Walker, Edmund Duckett O'Flynn 
and John Dale O'Flynn. 

Chief place of Business. — Belleville, Ont. 

Oljects of the Company. — Vide p. S'^SO. Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" WILL & BAUMER CANDLE CO., LIMITED " 

Incorporated May 25, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — William Walter Perry, secretary; Charles Herbert Croft Leggott 
and Edna Fitzsimons, accountants ; Nellie MacDonald and Ethel Augusta Hawkes, 
stenographers; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Comvany. — Vide p. 5247. Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"PAUL A. PINARD. LIMITEE— PAUL A. PINARD. LIMITED" 

Incoi-porated May 26, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — ^Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Paul Alfred Pinard, dealer; Paul Crepeau and Louis Pistono, 
manufacturers; Georges Vercheres Roy, accountant; and Herve Matte, clerk; 
all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5296, Canada Gazette. 1920-2-1. 



'' KURANOFF, LIMITED " 

TAs a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 27, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — ^Gregoi'y Markowitz Kuranoff, furrier, Gui Casimir Papineau- 
Couture, King's counsel; Edmund Parker Dale Harris, advocate; and Minnie 
Bradley and Mary Kauffman, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — ^Gregory Markowitz Kuranoff, Gui Casimir Papineau- 
Couture and Edmund Parker Dale Harris. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5323, Canada Gazette, 1920-21 



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SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 61 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

^'ITALIAN WAR VETERAISrS' ASSOCIATION OF CANADA " 
" ASSOCIAZIONE EX COMBATTENTI ITALIANI DEL CANADA" 

(Association) 

Incorporated ^ay 27, 1921. - - , - - - - - Without share capitah 

Corporate Members. — Mario d'Eniarese, accountant; Alfredo Dominico Selastiani and 
Sabatino Di Cesare, merchants, Fiorentino Testa, traveller; Vito I'almieri, 
Giuseppe Greco, Giovanni Di Nicola, and Pasquale Cioppi, workmen; Adolfo 
Bizzarro, tailor; Tommaso Gruppini, painter; Enrico Zavagno, Steffano Odorico 
and Albert Sacca, clerks; and Pasquale Bapagna, shoemaker; all of Montreal, 
Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Mario d'Emarese, Alfredo Dominico Sebastiani, 
Fiorentino Testa, Sabatino Di Cesare, Albert Sacca, Tommaso Gruppini, Enrico 
Zavagno and Steffano Odorico. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 124, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" FINCH FASHIONS AND FABRICS, LIIOTED " 

Incorporated May 28, 1921. - Amout of capital stock, $50,000. 

Niunber of preferred shares, '3,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $10. 
Number of common shares, 2,000. — Amount of each common share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Walker Alfred Finch, manufacturer ; Frank Ireland and Harry 
Rickard Franks, sales managers; John Gordon Mitchell, accountant; and Luther 
Llewellyn York, retired farmer; all of London, Ontario. 

'^irst or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — London, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5'4}3'3, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" RICHARD L. BAKER & CO., LIMITED " 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 28, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 
Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — ^Ferguson ) James Dunbar, solicitor; Douglas Glenholme 
Lawrence, insurance agent; Mortimer Cleeve Hooper, law student; Ella Phippen 
Hall and Bertha Emeline Lloyd, stenographers; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Ferguson James Dunbar, Mortimer Cleeve Hooper 
and Ella Phippen Hall, 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 53'31, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" THE McMULLIN PUBLISHERS. LIMITED " 

Incorporated May 30, 1921. - . - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares. 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Thomas Joseph Coonan, Arthur Reginald Whitney Plimsoil, 
and Michael Thomas Burke, advocates; Edmund Hugh Reilly, notary public; 
and Florence Walsh, private secretary ; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5338, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. . 



62 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
"A. RACINE & FILS, LIMITED " 
Incorporated May 31, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 
Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — George Leonard Alexander, advocate; Victor Feller, commer- 
cial, traveller; and Mathilda Mathewson Holland, stenographer, of Montreal, 
Que.; William Thuot, of Verdun, Que., notary public; and James Renwick, of 
Westmount, Que., accountant. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5337, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



"E. M. GALLANT & COMPANY. LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 31, 1921. - . - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Newton Manly Young and Craig McKay, barristers; George 
Clingan Denton, student-at-law ; Thomas Stewart Hagau Giles, accountant; 
and Willig Bertram Stirrup, manager; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Newton Manly Young, Craig McKay and George 
Clingan Denton. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5226, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



" THE LONDON CANADIAN CORPOEATION. LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 31, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 
Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Edward Anderson Richardson and Thomas Lindsay Robinette, 
students-at-law; Bessie Rowe, accountant; Olive Gloin, telephone operator; and 
Mary Elizabeth Cherrier, stenographer; all of Toronto. Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 121:1, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"THE LORD ORMONDE STEAMSHIP COMPANY. LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated May 31, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $2,500. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Breadon Common, advocate; Francis George Bush and 
Herbert William Jackson, book-keepers; and George Robert Drennan and 
William Patrick Creagh, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Frank Breadon Common. Francis George Bush and 
William Patrick Creagh. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Object^ of the Company. — Vide p. 5323, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 63 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

" PEERLESS REALTIES, LIMITED » 

Incorporated May 31, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — George David Kelley, Leo Andrew Kelley and Arthur Bourinot, 
barristers-at-law ; Kathleen Mary Harrison, stenographer; and Patrick Ander- 
son, manager; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5530, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" THE CANADIAN COIN LOCKER COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated June 1, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $1,500,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 10,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $25. 

Number of common shares, 50,000. — Amount of each common share, $25. 

Corporate Memhers. — Alexander Hannah and George Fenwick Buchanan, barristers- 
at-law; Alexander James Milligan and Orrin Henry Eyres Might, solicitors; 
and George Crichton Stuart Crosby, student-at-law; all of Calgary, Alta. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Calgary, Alta. 

Objects of^the Company. — Vide p. 5427, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



" CAPITAL TAILORS, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 1, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 
Number of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Benjamin Doctor, Toronto, Ont., secretary-treasurer; Meier 
Lissauer, merchant; Mona Devine, Katherine Howe and Myrtle Corr, steno- 
graphers ; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5535, Canada Gazette, 1920-31. 



" COLDOVOID UNDERWEAR COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated June 1, 1921. . . - - Amount of capital stock, $300,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 1,250. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 1,750. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Max Bullen, Harry Learoyd Steele, Norman Stuart 
Robertson and George McClure Willoughby, barristers-at-law; and Gerald 
Murphy, accountant; all of Toronto, Ont. 

Fii'st or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5536, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



64 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
"DOMINIONS" CKEDIT INDEMNITY COMPANY, LIMITED." 
Incorporated June 1, 1921. _ - - - Ainount of capital stock, $20,000. 
Number of sliares, 200. — Amoimt of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Peter Bercovitch, King's counsel; Eobert Louie Calder and 
Adolph Gardner, advocates; James Johnston, accountant; and Paschal Tache, 
clerk; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors.- — Peter Bercovitch, Robert Louis Calder and Adolph 
Gardner. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5426, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"THE EASTERN PETROLEUM & REPINING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated June 1, 1921. . . . - Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 
Number of shares, 100. — Amount of each share, $100. • . 

Corporate Members. — John Edward Grivell and Rene Bourdon, accountants; Hanna 
Grace MeKeil, Ella Mary Jackson and Bessie Moore Rogers, stenographers; all 
of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5328, Canada Crazette, 1920-21. 



"EMERSON-THOMPSON, LIMITED" 

Incorporated June 1, 1921. . - - . Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Thomas Arthur Beament, barrister-at-law; Victor Wentworth 
Thompson, agent; Mona Devine, Katherine Howe and Myrtle Corr, stenogra- 
phers; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Thomas Arthur Beament, Victor Wentworth Thomp- 
son and Mona Devine. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. -^Vide p. 5333, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"THE WOOLSTON AUTOMATIC BINDER KNOTTER COMPANY, 

LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 1, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Albert Charles Eerguson, barrister-at-law; David Wilson, 
accountant; Walter Frederick Pickersgill and James Howard Maxwell, law 
clerks; and James Penrose Hamilton, student-at-law ; all of Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Albert Charles Eerguson, David Wilson, and Walter 
Frederick Pickersgill. 

Chief place of Business. — ^Winnipeg, Man, 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 18, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 65 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"YELLOW AKROW TAXI CO., LIMITED" 

Incorporated June 1, 1921. _ . . . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500'. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Janes and Steven Monas, merchants; Kedmond Code, 
barrister-at-law ; Marie Kathleen Herbert, stenographer, and Robert Kenneth 
Slater, accountant; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisioned Directors. — Charles Janoe, Steven Monas and Redmond Code. 

Chief place of Business. — ^^Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5334, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"SARNIA CITY DAIRY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated June 2, 1921. - . . - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 4,000. — xlmount of each share, $25. 

Corporate Members. — Robert Sharpe, Joseph Neil McLennan and Frank Miller, ol 
the township of Sarnia, Ont., farmers; George Alexander Jamieson, merchant; 
and Bruce Phelps, industrial promoter; of Sarnia Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Sarnia, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3425, Canada Gazette, 19'20-21. 



"CONTINENTAL FINANCE COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated June 4, 1921. . . - - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 
Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Harold Mayne Daly, barrister-at-law; Fannie Marie Schoon- 
heere, Gladys Brown, Lorine Colborne and Lillian Corbett, stenographers; all 
of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Harold Mayne Daly, Gladys Brown and Lorine 

Colborne. 
'Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5339, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"NATIONAL SLAG PRODUCTS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated June 4, 1921. . . . - Amount of capital stock, $300,000. 
Number of shares, 3,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Roy Marshall and Stanley Rowland Jefferess, barristers- 
at-law; Isabell Glen and Elizabeth May Coome, stenographers; and Isabel Vila, 
book-keeper ; all of Hamilton, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Cliief place of Business. — Hamilton, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5423, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 
22—5 



66 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
" THE ARCH-SUFPORT AXD IXSOLE, LIMITED " 

Incorporated June 6, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 

Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Elzear Daoust, butcher; Ernest Philippe Hatte, chiropodist; 

Ernest Bernier, tool-maker; Joseph Hughes Laframboise, real estate agent; and 

Adc-lphe Gadoury, advocate; all of Montreal, Quebec. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5614, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" OONTIXENTAL ROTARY SEWING MACHINE CO., LIMITED " 

Incorporatd June G, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 50,000. — ^Amount of each preferred share, $10. 
Number of common shares, 50,000. — Amount of each common share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Jospeh Sedgwick, student-at-law; Wallace James VanDerlip, 
machinist; Jesse Havelock Nicholson, mechanic; Herbert Watson Kelly, clerk; 
and Lena Adams, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5424, Canada Gazette, il'920-21. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued June 6, 1921, to 
"DOMINION BLANK BOOK COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $150,000 to the sum of $200,000, 

being an increase of 500 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 5322, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued June 6, 1921, to 
" THE GREAT WEST NATURAL GAS CORPORATION, LIMITED " 

Amending the letters patent incorporating the said company. 
Vide p. 5423, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" THE VENTILATING & BLOW PIPE COMPANY, LIMITED " 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 6, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Wesley Blair and Francis Joseph Laverty, both of His 
Majesty's Counsel, learned-in-the-law; Charles Albert Hale and Louis Joseph 
Barcelo, advocates; and Arthur Ives Smith, clerk; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John Wesley Blair, Francis Joseph Laverty and 
Charles Albert Hale. 

Chief place of Business. — ^Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5526, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 67 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued June 7, 1921, to 

" GOTFREDSON JOYCE CORPORATION, LIMITED " 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $100,000 to the earn of $500,000, 
being an addition of 4,000 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 5525, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



''EAST AND WEST TRADING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated June S, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of shares, 20,000. — Amount of each share. $10. 

Corporate Members. — Alfred Morton Wickson, artist; Richard Hareld Fallis, manager; 
Arthur William- Connor, civil engineer; Rochfort Moncrief Melville, steamship 
agent; and Sylvanus Ernest Raper, agent; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5430, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"HOUBIGANT, LIMITEE" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 8, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $49,000. 
Number of shares, 490. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Paul St. Germain, King's counsel; Leopold Guerin and Bois- 
dore Panet-Raymond, advocates; Achille Raymond, accountant; and Gabrielle 
Vander Meerschen, stenographer; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 73 Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



" RADIANT FILMS, LIMITED » 

Incorporated June 8, 1921. - - _ - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Peter Kenny, insurance agent; George Adolphus 
Rochon, clerk; Kenneth Romayne Kennedy, barrister-at-law; William James 
Hannah, student-at-law; and Dolina Jones, stenographer; all of Winnipeg, 
Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Joseph Peter Kenny, George Adolphus Rochon and 
Kenneth Romayne Kennedy. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 452, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 
22— 5 J 



68 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

" WOLFE & SATIM, LIMITED " 

Incorporated June 8, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Isidore Popliger and Benjamin Robinson, advocates; David 
Mortimer Notkin, etudent-at-law; Joseph Omer Bouuier, trustee; and George 
Achilla ISTormandin, bailiff; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5432, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" CANADIAN BENEDICT STONE, LIMITED » 

Incorporated June 9, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $230,000 
Number of preferred shares, 2,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 6,000. — Amount of each common share, no nominal or 

par value. 

Corporate Members. — Chilion Graves Heward, advocate; Herbert "William Shearer, 
manager; Alfred Boreham AVright, Bruce Forbes, Clarence Arnold, Mary Jane 
Dunn and Margaret Catherine Munro, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

Fii'st or Provisional Directors — Chilion Graves Heward, Herbert William Shearer. 
Alfred Boreham Wright, Bruce Forbes and Clarence Arnold. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5548, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"THE CANADIAN SEED GROWEES' ASSOCIATION" 

(Association) 

Incorporated June 9, 1921. ...... Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — James Wilson Robertson, of Ottawa, Ont., gentleman; Charles 

Ambrose Zavitz, of Guelph, Ont., Professor of Eield Husbandry, O.A.C. ; Thomas 
James Harrison, of Winnipeg, Man., Professor of Field Husbandry, M.A.C.; 
Narcisse Savoie, of Quebec, Que., Secretary of Agriculture, Department of Agri- 
culture; and Robert Summerby, of Ste. Anne de Bellevue, Que., Professor of 
Field Husbandry, Macdonald College. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members 

Chief Office of Corporation. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 5535, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" TREVAIL DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated June 9, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $2,500. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — John Crossi, oil operator; John Albert Heywood, manager land 
department, N.B. MacDonald Co., Limited; Thomas Perciv^al Elder, barrister - 
at -law; John Liddle Gibson, dentist; and John McCoubrey, merchant; all of 
Calgary, Alta. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Calgary, Alta. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 42, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 69 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued June 9, 1921, to 
" WHITEHEAD & TUKNER, LIMITED " 

(and reduced) 
Decreasing the capital stock of the said company from the sum of $300,000 to the 
sum of $200,000, such decrease being effected by the repayment to each share- 
holder of the par value of one-third of the total number of shares held by him. 
Vide p. 5525. Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



"ACE CHAIN", LIMITED" 

Incorporated June 10, 1921 - - _ . Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 750. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 
Number of common shares, 1,300. — Amount of each common share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Cecil Vanroy Langs, Ewart Gladstone Binkley and Howard 
Morwick, barristers-at-law; Nellie Moore, book-keeper; and Edna Marguerite 
Green, stenographers; all of Hamilton, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Hamilton, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5527, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued June 10, 1921, to 
" CANADIAN CHICAGO BEIDGE AND IRON COMPANY, LIMITED," 

Changing the corporate name of the company to 

" HORTON STEEL WORKS, LIMITED." 

Vide p. Ill, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"FISK CHOCOLATE CO., LIMITED'- 

Incorporated June 10, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Thomas Joseph Agar, Leo Joseph Phelan and Daniel Patrick 

James Kelly, barristers-at-law; Isadore Levin ter and Arthur Stephen Pearson, 

students-at-law ; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Thomas Joseph Agar, Leo Joseph Phelan and Daniel 

Patrick James Kelly. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5529, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"INTER-CONTINENTAL TRANSPORT SERVICES, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 10. 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — William Kenneth McKeown, advocate and King's counsel; 

Lome Clayton Herdman, stock broker; George Edward Chart and John Carruthers 

Austin, accountants, and Mary Blanche McKeown, stenographer; all of Montreal, 

Quebec. 
First or Provisional Directors. — William Kenneth McKeown. Lome Clayton Herdman 

and George Edward Chart. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5542, Canada Gazette, 1920-21 



70 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

Suoplementary Letters Patent issued June 10, 1921, to 
" MACPHERSON WIRE COKPA:snr, LIMITED " 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that of 
"WIRES OF CANADA, LIMITED" 

Vide p. 5525, Canada Gazette, 1^20-21. 



" SALTS & CHEMICALS, LIMITED " 

Incorporated June 10, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $2,500,000. 

Number of shares, 2,500,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 
Corporate Members. — James Edward Day, John Michael Ferguson, Joseph Patrick 

Walsh and George Henry Riches, barristers-at-law; Susan Cole, accountant; 

Eileen Jamison, Anna Yictorine Rochemont, Irene Hickey and Bessie Florence 

Walsh, stenographers, and Francis James Hart, student-at-law ; all of Toronto, 

Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Kitchener, Ont. 
Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 5525, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" CUMMIXGS & CUMMIXGS, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 11, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000. — ^Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — George Cummings, fur dealer;- Henry Judah Trihey, King's 
counsel; Michael Thomas Burke and Arthur Reginald Whitney Plimsoll, advo- 
cates; and Patrick Mullin, accountant; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 5549, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



" H. O. BORDUAS & CO., LIMITED " 

Incorporated June 11, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Hyacinthe Origene Borduas, machinist; Thomas Anastasios 

Loutsos, merchant; Bernard Goldenberg, Abraham Wilfred Muhlstock and Isidore 

Ballon, advocates; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal East, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5537, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



"THE HELLEUR FUR C0;MPANY, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 11, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — .Henry Judah Trihey, King's counsel; Michael Thomas Burke 
and Arthur Reginald Plimsoll, advocates; Patrick MuUin, accountant; and 
Walter Moore Kavanagh, financial agent; aU of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5545, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 71 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

'• NORTH ATLAXTIC AGEXCIES. LIMITED " 
CAs a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 11, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 
Number of shares, 4,000. — Amount of each shares. $10. 

Corporate Memhers. — 'Henry Keene Symonds Hemming, John Anderson Black and 
Edwin Peel, accountants; George Murray Lewis, barrister; and Henry Thompson 
Heselton, secretary; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Tide p. 5533, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



" CONTINENTAL ELECTRIC COMPANY, Li:^nTED " 

Incorporated June 13, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 
Number of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Molyneux Lockliart Gordon, Bart Henry Luther Symmes and 
Craig Allan St. Clair McKay, barristers-at-law ; Thomas Stewart Hagan Giles, 
accountant; and Mary Hari>er MacGregor, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects- of the Company. — Vide p. 5546, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



(Supplementary Letters Patent issued June 13, 1921, to 
" E. T. WRIGHT CO., LIMITED » 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $600,000 to the sum of $1,500,000, 
being an addition of 9,000 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. '5525, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



"UNITED TRANSIT COMPANY, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 13, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $M,000. 
Number of shares, 210. — Amount of each share,, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Louis Philippe Crepeau, King's counsel; Maurice Dugas, Seg- 
fried Hinson Read Bush and John Parker Callaghan, advocates; and Jeanne 
Hainault, stenographer; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5431, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



72 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
"CREDIT I^ATIOXAL. LBIITEE " 

Incorporated June 14, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Xumber of shares, 5O0. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Arthur Surveyer, civil engineer; of Outremont., Quebec, Edouard 
Montpetit, advocate; of Westmount, Quebec, Georges Ludger L'H'eureux, account- 
ant: and Gratia Belisle and Corinne Gaudreau, tj-pists; of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Arthur Surveyer, Edouard Montpetit and George 
Ludger L'Heureux. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 420, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



"SAXI PRODUCTS COMPAXY. LIMITED" 

Incorporated June 14, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 
^Number of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Molyneux Lockhart Gordon and John Steuart Duggan, barris- 
ters-at-law; Willis Bertram Sturrup, office manager; Thomas Stewart Hagan 
Giles, accountant; and Mary Harper MacGregor, stenographer; all of Toronto,. 
Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Molyneux Lockhart Gordon, Willis Bertram Sturrup 
and Mary Harper MacGregor. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto. Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 553'2, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



" BISHOP-BLAXEY CORPORATIOX^. LIMITED " 

Incorporated June 15, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $5,000,000. 

Number of shares, 50,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Arthur Wesley Clysdale, tobacconist; Daniel Sedgwick, gentle- 
man, Roland Maxwell Glover, publisher; Bertie Waldo Manning, mechanic, and 
William Roland Hunter, accoimtant; all of Peterborough, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Paris, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 19, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



''THE BRANTFORD XAVIGATIOX^ COMPAXY. LIMITED" 
f As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 15, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $2,500.. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Breadon Common, advocate; Francis George Bush and 
Herbert William Jackson, book-keepers; George Robert Drennan and William 
Patrick Creagh, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Frank Breadon Common, Francis George Bush and 
William Patrick Creagh. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 55o0, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 73 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

''BRITISH EMPIRE STEEL PRODUCTS COMPANY, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 15. 1921 Amount of capital stock, $100,000, 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Frederick Henry Markey, Waldo Whittier Skinner and George 
Gordon Hyde, all three of His Majesty's counsel, learned-in-the-law ; John Gerard 
Ahern, advocate; and Ronald Cameron Grant, accountant; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate memhers. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5554, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



"GLOBE BUILDERS CORPORATION, LIMITED" 
("As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 15, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Samuel William Jacobs, King's counsel; Isidore Ballon and 
Lazarus Phillips, advocates; Abraham Saul Cohen, accountant; and Joseph 
Philip Beaupre, bailiff; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Isidore Ballon, Lazarus Phillips and Abraham Saul 
Cohen. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 5543, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



" PITT RAILWAY EQUIPMENTS, LIFTED " 

Incorporated June 15. 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 
Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — ^George Leonard Alexander, advocate; William Alexander Pitt, 
mechanical engineer; David Ross Cameron, broker; and Alfred Ross Grafton, 
gentleman; all of Montreal, Quebec; and John William McLeod, of Glasgow, 
Nova Scotia, mining engineer. 

First or Provisional Directors. — George Leonard Alexander. David Ross Cameron and 
John William McLeod. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 5547, Canada Gazette. 1920-21. 



"SAFETY ELECTHICAL APPLIANCES. LIMITED" 

Incorporated June 15, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Howard Addison Hall and Cuthbert Peart Coatsworth. barris- 
ters: and Emma Staples, Lillian Dillon and Hilda Annie Lewis, stenographers; 
all of Toronto. Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 41, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



74 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
"WEAVER CAXADIAX COMPAXY, LBIITED " 

Incorporated Juna 15. 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Xumber of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memlers. — John Craig Stewart, barrister-at-law ; Edna Frances Brady, 
Florence Stacey and Xonah Eileen Dobson, stenographers; and Grace Alberta 
Jackson, book-keeper; all of Chatham, Ont. 

First or Provisionad Directors. — John Craig Stewart, Edna Frances Brady and 
Florence Stacey. 

Chief place of Business. — Chatham, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 123, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



''DOLLY i:iIBREY, Li:^nTED "' 

Incorporated June 16, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Xumber of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — George Leonard Alexander, advocate; I]\Iatilda :]\rathewson 
Holland, stenographer ; and Esther Empey, secretary ; of Montreal, Que. ; William 
Thuot. of Verdun, Que., notary public ; and James Renwick, of Westmount, Que., 
accountant. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Esther Empey, William Thuot and James Renwick. 

Chief place of Dimness. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 116, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



"GULF EXPORT COMPAXY, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 16, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 
Xumber of shares, 1,000.— Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Meinbers.— 'William Gilbert Pugsley, King's counsel; Stanley Gardner Met- 
calfe; Wilfred Joseph Grace and William Michael Enger, barristers-at-law; and 
Evelyn Elizabeth Darwin, stenographer; all of Ottawa, Ontario. 

First or'Provisional Directors.— The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Charlottetown, P.E.I. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 16. Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued June 17, 1921, to the 
"CAXADIAX GEXERAL ELECTRIC COMPAXY, LIMITED" 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $12,000,000 to the sum of $20,000,000^, 
being an increase of 80,000 shares of $100 each, and extending the powers o' 
the said company. 

Vide p. 216, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 75 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

" CANUOK TOOL MANUFACTUEIRG COMPANY, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 17, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 

Number of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Arnold Kingsley Graham and Percy Cameron Innes, clerks; 
Frederick Ernest Claxton, accountant; Valentine Septimus Collinson, steno- 
grapher; and Sumner Watson Graham, barristers-at-law ; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Arnold Kingsley Graham, Percy Cameron Innes and 
Frederick Ernest Claxton. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 55SS, Canada Gazette, 1920-2il. 



" THE DEIVE YOURSELF AUTO LIVERY, LL^nTET) " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 17, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — ^Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Roger Raymond de Puyjalon, Manager; Creighton Albert 
Forde, motor mechanic; Louis Henri de Puyjalon, civil servant; and Yvonne de 
Puyjalon, married woman; all of Ottawa, Ont.; and Louis George Lafreniere, of 
Hull, Que., banker. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Roger Raymond de Puyjalon, Creighton Albert 
Forde, Louis Henri de Puyjalon and Louis George Lafreniere. 

Chief place of Business. — ^Ottawa. Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 118, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE FLETCHER SHIP REPAIRING COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated June 17, 1921. . . . . Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 
Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Israel Bishop, contracting engineer, and William Fred- 
erick Fletcher, naval architect ; both of Montreal, Que. ; Charles Auguste Chauveau 
and Aime Marchand, King's counsels ; and Antoine Rivard, law student ; all three 
of Quebec, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate memhers. 

Chief place of Business. — Levis, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 224, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" WONDER RECHARGER COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED " 

Incorporated June 17, 1921. . . . . Amiount of capital stock, $150,000. 
Number of shares, 3,000. — Amount of each share, $50. 

Corporate Members. — ^John William Pringle Ritchie, barrister-at-law ; Leslie Gordon 
Bell, Sadi Conrad Demers and Edward James Waterston, advocates; and George 
Thom Hendrie, accountant; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corjKirate mem'bers. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objecfs of the Company. — Vide p. 5552, Canada Gazette, 1920-21. 



76 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

Suppleinentary Letters Patent issued June 18, 1921, to 
" THE OAMAGUAY COMPAinT, LIMITED " 

Extending the powers of the company. 
Vide p. 16. Canada Gazette, 1921-22, 



" AIR-0-MIX, LIMITED » 

Incorporated June 21, 1921. . . - . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100, 
Corporate Members. — James Aitchison, John Wellington Pickup, Collamer Ohipman 

Calvin and Vernon Osborne Matchett. barristers-at-law; and Pearl Blanche Marr, 

clerk; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — James Aitchison, John Wellington Pickup and 

Collamer Chipman Calvin. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto. Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 111. Canada Gazette. 1921-22, 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued June 21, 1921, to 
"CANADA CREOSOTIXG COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from 20,000 common shares of no nominal 
or par value to 100,000 common shares of no nominal or par value, being an 
increase of 80,000 common shares of no nominal .or par value, provided, that the 
company shall carry on business with a capital of not less than $500,000. 
Vide p. IG, Canada Gazette, 1921-22, 



" CANADIAN PLANET ENGINEERING COMPANY, LIMITED » 

Incorporated June 21, 1921. - - - - Aonount of capital stock, $150,000. 
Number of shares, 15,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Hughson Johnstone, insurance agent; John Wesley Heseltine, 
salesman, both of Windsor, Ont; John Sprague Crockett, of Walkerville, Ont., 
accountant; Ernest Locke Smith, salesman, and DeForest Wheaton Candler, 
■manufacturer, both of Detroit, Mich, U.S.A. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Windsor, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 39, Canada Gazette, 1921-22, 



"CENTRAL COSTA RICA PETROLEUM COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated June 21, 1921, Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of shares, 200,000. — Amount of each share, $5. 

Corporate Members. — Lawrence MacFarlane, advocate and King's counsel; James 
Arthur Mathewson, advocate; James Geary Cartwright, office manager; Gladys 
Livingstone and Ada Smardon Gibbs, stenographers ; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Lavrrence MacFarlane, James Arthur Mathewson and 
James Geary Cartwright. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 20, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATEN 'I 77 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"D'ALLAIRD BLOUSES, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 21, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 
Xumber of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Gerald Auguetine Ooughlin, advocate; Francis George Bush, 
book-keeper; George Bobert Drennan, stenographer; and Herbert "William Jack- 
son and Michael Joseph O'Brien, clerks; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 116, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"DA-XITE FURNITURE COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated June 21, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 
Number of shares, 200,0€0. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — Thomas Draper and Richard Walton, gentlemen; Nathan Lucian 
Phillips, machinist; Bruce Emmanuel Greene, engineer; and Ralph McAmmond 
Mcintosh, salesman; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate mem'bers. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 337, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"MONITOR OILS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated June 21, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 
Number of shares, 500,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Mem'bers. — Oliver Ed^vards Culbert and Charles William Coole, solicitors; 

Frank Ernest Pegler, broker; Henry Moses Belot, farmer; and John McAlpine 

Mason, gentleman; all of Calgary, Alta. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate memlbers. 
Chief place of Business. — Calgary, Alta. 
Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 124. Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



"THE UNIVERSAL DRUG COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated June 21, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — ^Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Howard Addison Hall and Cuthbert Peart Coatsworth, barris- 
ters-at-law; Emma Staples and Rita Hatton. stenographers; and Mabel Bruce, 
office clerk; all of Toronto. Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto. Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 37, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



78 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
" THE AUGER OIL BURNER COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated June 22, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Victor Auger, inventor, machinist; Joseph Victor Langevin, 
hotel keeper; AKred Quenneville, financial agent; Arthur Ferron, fireman; and 
Louis Oscar St. Jacques, accountant; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 16, Canada Gazette. 1921-2-2. 



" THE KASSAB KIMOXA MFG. CO., LIMITED " 

Incorporated June 22, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares. 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Cc rporate Members. — Louis Fitch, Ben Bernstein and Lazarus Phillips, advocates ; Max 

Liverman, student; and Joseph Phillip Beaupre, bailiff, all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Louis Fitch. Ben Bernstein and Max Liverman. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. &9, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



''LAST POST FUND" 
(Association) 

Incorporated June 22, 1921. Without share capital 

Corporate Members. — Brigadier General Charles Johnstone Armstrong, General 
Officer Commanding Military District No. 4, with headquarters at Montreal, 
Colonel John MacPherson Almond, clergyman. Dr. William Henry Atherton, 
professor, Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Thomas Ostell, gentleman, Captain John 
Thomas Walsh, manager; and Gunner Arthur Harold Douglas Hair, secretary, 
all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or Provisional Directors. — William Henry Atherton, Joseph Thomas Ostell and 
Arthur Harold Douglas Hair. 

Chief Office of Corporation. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 18, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" PERCY HERMANT, LIMITED " 

Incorporated June 22, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $500,000 
Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share. $100. 

Corporate Members. — Benjamin Luxenburg and John Richard Huffman, barristers- 
at-law; Maxwell Aiken, Meyer Rotstein and Norman Lavelle Norris, students-at- 
law; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Benjamin Luxenburg, John Richard Huffman and 
Maxwell Aiken. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. , 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 112, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 79 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

- WTXDSOR FILM SERVICE, LIMITED " 
("As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 22. 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $75,000. 
Number of shares. 750. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Robert Abercromhie Pringle, Louis Oote and Thomas Anderson 
Burgess, barristers-at-law ; Margaret Mulligan and Mary Ida Keays, secretaries; 
all of Ottawa. Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 114, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"A. M. BUTTON & CROWN CO.. LIMITED" 

Incorporated June 23, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $300,000. 
Num.ber of shares, 30,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Tancrede Fortin, advocate and King's counsel; Ernest Bertrand, 
advocate; Joseph Raoul Laporte, notary; Maurice Goudrault, advocate; and 
Cevana Picard, stenographer; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. * 

Chief place of Busijiess. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 217, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



" CANADIAN HOMESPUNS. LI^QTED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 2-3, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 50O. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Victor Albert Edward Goad, merchant; Gui Casimir Papineau- 
Couture, King's counsel; Edmund Parker Dale Harris, advocate; Minnie Bradley 
and Margaret Hartley, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Victor Albert Edward Goad, Gui Casimir Papineau- 
Couture and Edmund Parker Dale Harris. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Comvany. — Vide p. 117. Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued June 2'3, 1921, to 
" THE UNGAVA MINERS AND TRADERS, LIMITED " 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $200,000 to the sum of $400,000, 

being an increase of 2,000 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 216, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



"CANADIAN PICKFORDS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated June 24. 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $75,000. 
Number of shares, 750. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Robinson Osborne, Arthur Augustine McGrory, Richard 
John Sims and Dalton McCarthy, barristers-at-law; and Albert Ernest Thorns, 
real estate agent; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 334, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



30 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

*' INTERNATIOXAL OILFIELDS MLN^ING AND EEFINING COMPANY, 

LIMITED " 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 24, 1921. - . - - Amoimt of capital stock, £3,000,000. 
Number of shares, 7,500,000. — Amount of each share, 8s. 

Corporate Memhers. — Herbert Leigh Bromhead, Fellow of the Chartered Institute of 
Secretaries, and Joseph Ernest Oakley, accountant, 'both of Sutton, England; 
Loftus Edward Brooks, financier, and Horace Stanley White, company registrar, 
both of London, England: and William Albert Habberfield, of Streatham, Eng- 
land, accountant. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 127, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued June 24, 1921, to 
"NATIONAL BEICK CO:^IPANT OF LAPRAIRIE, LIMITED" 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $2,000,000 to the sum of $5,500,000, 
being an increase of 35,000 preferred shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 216, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued June 24, 1921, to 
" QUINTAL & LYNCH, LIMITED " 

Increasing the capital stock of the* company from $300,000 to the sum of $500,000, 
being an increase of 2,000 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 216, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"SOCIETE BELGE DE BIENFAISANCE " 
(Association) 

Incorporated June 24. 1921. Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — ^John Marie Comeille Van Rickstal, Belgian Consul at Mont- 
real, and Gustave Francq, printer, both of Notre Dame de Grace, Que. ; Henri 
Joseph Chaballe, Chancellor of the Belgian Consulate at Montreal, Leon Van 
Aken and Alfred Ducastel, commercial agents; Francois Bandelet, Canadian 
Pacific employee; Emery De Boeck, dealer; Herman de Burlet, freighter; Pierre 
Demangeleer, Jesuit Father, St. Mary's College, and Alfred Frangois Fyen, 
Director of the Montreal Polytechnical School, of Montreal, Que., and Jean 
Frangois Leon Henry Laureys, director of the School of Advanced Commercial 
Studies, of Westmount, Que., and Albert Gheysen, of Verdun, Que., civil engineer. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief Office of Corporation. — Montreal, Que. 

Ohjects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 168, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 81 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

" STANLEY J. BROWN, LIMITED " 

Incorporated June 24, 1921. . . . . Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — ^Kenneth Ferns MacKenzie and Murray Gordon, solicitors; 

Georo^e Stinson Saunderson. student-at-law ; and Hazel Fern Cline and Annabelle 

Wells, stenographers ; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate memhers. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide->p. 120, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



" Z-TREAD TIRE AND RUBBER COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated June 24, 1921. _ . - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Alfred William Ecclestone, Joseph Brownridge and Joseph 
Albert Daxlow. salesmen ; Duncan Alexander McPherson, physician, and Floyd 
Edward Reynolds, office clerk ; all of Toronto. Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 220, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



"BRITISH. CANADA NORTH EXPLORATION AND DEVELOPMENT 

COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated June 25, 1921. . . - - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — Albert Edwin Honeywell, Dalton McCarthy, John Clyde Grant 
and Richard John Sims, solicitors; Lottie Edna White and Aimanda Romhild, 
clerks; and Albert Ernest Thoms, agent; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate memlbers. 

Chief place of Business. — The Pas, Manitoha. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 218, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



"BROWN, MACINTYRE, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 25, 1921. - - . - Amount of capital stock, $26,250. 
Number of preferred shares, 250. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 250. — Amount of each common share no nominal or 

par value. 
Corporate Members. — Francis George Bush, hook -keeper ; George Robert Drennan 

and William Patrick Creagh, stenographers; Herhert William Jackson and 

Michael Joseph O'Brien, clerks; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Francis George Bush, George Robert Drennan and 

Herbert William. Jackson. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 335, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 
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82 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

"BILTMOEE HATS. LIMITED" 

Incorporated June 28, 1921. . . - - Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Xumber of shares. 2.500. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Frank Ralph Ramsey, manufacturer; Walter Ellis Buckingham, 

barrister; Margaret Xairn and 3Iary Anderson, stenographers; and Andrew 

McG-ladrey, clerk; all of Guelph, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate memhers. 
Chief place of Business. — Guelph, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 216, Canada Gazette 1921-22. 



"LA COMPAGNIE D'EPICERIE DE SHERBROOKE, LIMITEE " 
" THE SHERBROOKE GROCERY COMPAXY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated June 29, 1921. . . - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Xumber of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Eelix Ilermenegilde Hebert and Thomas Fortier, merchants; 

Emery Hector Fortier, commercial traveller; Lucien Hebert, accountant; and 

Joseph Sylfrid Couture, advocate; all of Sherbrooke, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — ^Sherbrooke, One. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 416, Canada Gazette^ 1921-22. 



'CARRUTHERS HIDE &: FUR CO., LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated June 30, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $150,000. 

Xumber of shares, 1,500. — Amount of each share. $100. 
Corporate Memhers. — 'Lulu Adele Carruthers, railway clerk; and Edward Warner 

Wright, Wilfrid Reese Binch, Geoffrey Stuart O'Brian ' and Arthur Herbert 

Keith Russell, barristers-at-law ; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Wilfrid Rees Binch, Geoffrey Stuart O'Brian and 

Arthur Herbert Keith Russell 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Objects of the Company — Vide p. 122, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued June 30, 1921. to 
"FRAXK WATERHOrSE AXD COMPAXY OF CAXADA, LIMITED" 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $50,000 to the sum of $100,000, 
being an increase of 50O shares of $100 each, of which 250 shares shall be 
called preference shares. 

Vide p. 334, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued June 30, 1921, to 
" UXIVERSAL COAL MIXES OF CAXADA, LIMITED " 

Changing the corporate name of said company to that of 

"MUTUAL COAL MIXES OF CAXADA, LIMITED" 

Vide p. 216, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 83 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

" THE BOULTOX PAIXT COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated July 4, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $60,000. 

Number of shares, 600. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Archibald Sidney Boulton, manufacturer; Alexander David 
McKenzie, solicitor; Sophia Tutty, book-keeper; Evelyn Anna Hayden, steno- 
grapher; and John Clifford Reynolds, student-at-law; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Archibald Sidney Boulton, Alexander David MdKen- 
zie and Sophia Tutty. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Companij. — Vide p. S39, Canada Gazette, 19'2ll-22. 



" E. k S. CUERIE, LBOTEX) " 

Incorporated July 5, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $l,0O0,O0€. 

Number of preferred shares, 2,500. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 7,500. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Archibald Woodburn Langmuir and Morley iSmith, barristers- 
at-law; George Charles Loveys, accountant; John Joseph Huggard, student-at-Iaw ; 
and Jackson Bilton Osborne, clerk; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Archibald Woodburn Langmuir, Morley Smith, 
George Charles Loveys and John Joseph Huggard. 

Chief place of Busifiess. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 351, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" TAYLOR RUBBER COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated July 5, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $1,500,000. 
Number of shares, 150,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Eli J. Taylor, of Toronto, Ont., manufacturer; Nathan Scott 
Wigle, salesman ; and Hugh Thorburn, manufacturer, both of Detroit, Michigan, 
Parker Gowan Bolton, railway agent, and Gordon Fox, farmer, both of Ruthven, 
Ontario. 

Fii'st or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

'Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 629, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"THE MOTHERWELL GRAIN CO^IPANY, LIMITED " 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated July 6, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Andrew Motherwell, the younger, of Dundas, Ont., broker; 
Ralph Robb Bruce and John Leith Counsell, barristers; Lillian Archibald, 
book-keeper ; and Mary Stella Phelan, stenographer ; all four of Hamilton, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Andrew Motherwell, Ralph Robb Bruce and John 
Leith Counsell. 

Chief place of Business. — Dundas, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 222, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 
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84 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

"THE STOKES CARBUKETTOR COMPAXY, LIMITED'' 

Incorporated July 7, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
]!^umber of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Eush Stokes, machinist; Kizzie Stokes, married 
woman; !Malvina Lapointe, widow; Rene Edmond Lapointe and Albert Lapointe, 
accountants; all of Ottawa, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Tide p. 221, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" BELLEVILLE MOTORS, LIMITED " 

Incorporated July 8, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 
Xumber of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Charles E'ardley Wilmot and Earl Franklin Chapman, agents; 

Anna Wilmot, widow; and Gwendolyn Elise Wilmot, spinster; all of Belleville, 

Ont., and Mary Amelia Chapman, of Toronto, Ont., widow. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Charles Eardley Wilmot, Earl Eranklin Chapman and 

Anna Wilmot. 
Chief place of Business. — Belleville, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Tide p. 444, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"THE CAN^ADIAN^ HIDE AXD LEATHER CO^^LPAXT, LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 8, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Brotchie Xasmith and Robert Fennell, solicitors; 

Joseph Louis Shannon, barrister-at-law ; Anna McCartney, stenographer; and 

Harry Gowans Kent, builder ; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — ^Charles Brotchie Xasmith, Robert Fennell and Joseph 

Louis Shannon. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Objects of the Cotnpany. — Tide p. 345, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"THE COMMERCIAL SERVICE CORPORATIOX, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated July S, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
iSTumber of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Max Bullen and Xorman Stuart Robertson, barristers- 
at-law; Gerald Murphy and Agnes Porter Traill, accountants; and Lena Duff, 
stenographer ; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Joseph Max Bullen, Xorman Stuart Robertson and 
Gerald Murphy. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. SSO, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 85 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"S. GEOFF & SOX, LIMITED" 

Incorporated July S, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $150,000. 
Number of shares, 1,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Samuel Groff, Samuel Frederick Groif and Vernon Morris, 
merchants; George Peterkin Macleod, student-at-law ; and Earle Cameron Popham, 
barrister-at-law ; all of Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Samuel GrofP, Samuel Frederick Groff and Vernon 
Morris. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 338, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"WHYTE'S AYRSHIRE STORES, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated July S, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $49,000. 
Number of shares, 980. — Amount of each share, $50. 

Corporate Members. — John Edward Grivell, accountant; Hanna Grace MoKeil, Pearl 
Schramm, Bessie Moore Rogers and Florence Grace Alguire, stenographers; all of 
Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Verdun, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 220, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" ASSOCIATED GROCERS OF ONTARIO, LIMITED " 

Incorporated July 11, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $140,000. 
Number of shares, 2,800. — Amount of each share, $50. 

Corporate -Members. — John Steuart Duggan, William Osmund Gibson and James 
White Bicknell, barristers-at-la\v ; Thomas Stewart Hagan Giles, accountant; 
Willis Bertram Sturrup, law clerk ; Anne Barklie Courtney, stenographer, and 

Millie Croucher, filing clerk, all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
'Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 347, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE CANADIAN SHADE COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated July 11, 1921. - . - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 
Number of preferred shares, 1,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $100 
Number of common shares, 1,000. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members.- — Edgar William White, auditor; Gordon Victor Draper, char- 
tered accountant; William Ernest Johnson, Arthur Midwood and Allan Bush, 
accountants; all oi Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Out. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 341. Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



86 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
'HUMANO MAmiFiACTUniNG COMPANY, LIMITED" 
-CIE HUMAXO MAXUFACTUKIERE LIMITEE " 

Incorporated July 11, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock ,$150,000. 
Number of shares. 1,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate . Members. — Joseph Eelix LeMyre, Lionel Lauoix and Hector Johnson, 
clerks; and Joseph Cherrier Lanoix, contractor; and Arthur Rivest, carpenter; 
all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — St. Ours, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 341, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



-IXTERPROVIXCIAL LUMBER COMPANY. LIMITED" 
CAs a Private Company) 

Incorporated July 11, 1921. . - . - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Xumber of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Francis Joseph Laverty, King's counsel; Charles Albert Hale 
and Louis Joseph Barcelo, advocates ; James Blake Knox, meivhant : and Edith 
Lillian Pearson, accotmtant; all of Montreal. Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Francis Joeeph Laverty, Charles Albert Hale and 
James Blake Knox. 

Chief place of Business. — Vancouver, B.C. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 312, Canada Gazette,, 1921-22. 



'• THE XORBAR MAXUFACTURIXG COMPAXY, LIMITED "' 

Incorporated July 11, 1921. . . _. . Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 
Xumber of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Ernest Norbury, accountant; and Bernard Henry Fur- 
long, barrister-at-law, both of Windsor, Ont. ; Charles Barton, of Walkerville, 
Ont., electrician; Harry Cecil Harris, of Leamington, Ont., theatrical manager; 
and Henry Russell, of Kingsville, Ont., auditor. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Joseph Ernest Xorbury, Charles Barton and Henry 
Russell. 

Chief place of Business. — Walkerville, Out. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 445, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



'• EDWARDS LUMBER & PULP, LIMITED " 

Incorporated July 12, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $2,500,0{,K>. 
Number of shares, 25,000.— Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Hamnett Pinhey Hill and Alexander Christie Hill, barristers- 
at-law; Harold Hamilton Mulkins and Sydwell Alexander Martin, students-at- 
law; and Laura Whyte, stenographer-; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — 'Ottawa, Ont. 

Ohjscts of the Company. — Vide p. 450, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 87 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued July 12, 1921, to 
" LAMSON & HUBBAKD CAXADIA:N" COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from 15,000 shares of preferred stoek of 
the par value of $100 each, and 18,750 shares of " Clasc B Common Stock" 
having no par value to 15,000 shares of preferred stock of the par value of $100 
each, and 33,750 shares of " Class B Common Stock " having no par value, and 
12,000 shares of Class A Common Stock having no par value. 

Vide p. 441, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"PEECY F. BRAUND, LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 12, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, oOO. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Percy Francis Braund, merchant; Eichard Alun Roberts, 
chartered accountant; and HaroW St. Clair Scarth, Shirley Patrick Gemmill 
and Joseph Thorarinn Thorson, barristers-at-law; all of Wiimipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. ^-Vide p. 340, Cwnnda Gazette, 1921-22. 



"AMAZON CORPORATION, LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 13, 1921. - . . - Amount of capital stock, $5,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Memhers. — George McPhail Clark and Richmond Wyllie Hart, barristers- 
at-law; Charles Herbert Croft Leggott and Edna Fitzsimons, accountants; Wil- 
liam Victor Crossen, student; and Nellie MacDonald and Ethel Augusta 
Hawkes, stenographers; all of Toronto. Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. ' 

'Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 443, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" AQHAZONE COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated July 13, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 
Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Edward Gordon McMillan, Arthur Herbert Keith Russell, Ewart 
Reginald Lynch, Geoffrey Stuart O'Brian and Wilfrid Reese Binch, barristers-at- 
law; all of Toronto. Ont. 

Fii-st or Provisional Directors. — The said cornorate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 346, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



88 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
" THE CAXADIAX AUTOMATIC BOILER CLEANER COMPANY. LIMITET) " 

Incorporated July 13. 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Knud Lund, machinist; and Lily May Lund, married woman, 
of Gananoque, Ont. ; Francis Jules Laehance, farmer, and Loretta Lachance, 
married woman, of Howe Island, Ont.; John Edward Kane, engineer; and Alice 
Nugent Kane, married woman, of Kingston, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — ^Knud Lund. Francis Jules Lachance and John 
Edward Kane. 

Chief place of Business. — Kingston, Ont. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Tide p. 4-iS, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



I 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued July 13, 1921, to 
" CANADIAN HANDKERCHIEFS. LIMITED " 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $50,000, to the sum of $150,000, 
being an increase of 1,000 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 334. Canmla Gazette, 1921-22. 



•' FINANCL\L REALTY COMPANY, LIMITET> " 

Incorporated July 13, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $400,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Mevibers. — Archibald Woodburn Langmuir and Morley Smith, barristers- 
at-law; Jennie Jardine Elliott Hayes, secretary; John Joseph Huggard, student- 
at-law; and Jackson Bilton Osborne, clerk, all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place, of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 442. Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"NORTHERN LEAD COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 13, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Burbie Bell, manager, and Ellen Justina WilliaYns, wife 
separate as to property of John Burbie Bell, both of Westmount, Que.; Alexander 
Rives Hall, King's counsel; William Melville Hall, merchant; and James Black, 
salesman ; all three of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John Burbie Bell, James Black and Alexander Rives 
Hall. 

Chief ptace of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 344, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



1 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 89 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued July 13, 1921, to 
"THE GEOEGIAX BAY LUMBER CQMPAKT, LIMITED" 

(And reduced) 

Decreasing the capital stock of the company from $1,500,000 to the sum of $117,250, 
by cancelling 3,275 unissued shares of the par value of $100 of the capital stock 
of the company, and by paying the holders of 11,725 outstanding shares of the 
par value of $100 each $90 on each share of the said capital stock, and by reducing 
the said 11.725 shares of the par value of $100 each to 11,725 shares of the par 
value of $10 each. 

Vide p. 442, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" SPITTAL BROTHEIiS. LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated July 13, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $300,000. 
Number of shares, 3,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Harry Spittal, Charles Spittal and Herbert Spittal, furriers 
and merchants; William Ralph Meredith, solicitor; and Ida May Jackson, steno- 
grapher ; all of London, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Harry Spittal, Charles Spittal, Herbert Spittal and 
William Ralph Meredith. 

Chief place of Business. — London, Ont. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 455, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued July 13, 192*1, to 
"THE UXITED PAPER BOX COMPAXY, LIMITED" 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $50,000, to the sum of $150,000, 
being an increase of 1,000 shares of $100 dollars each. 

Vide p. 334, Camda Gazette, 1021-22. 



"THE GEORGE COOKE COMPAXY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated July 14, 1921. - - _ - Amount of capital ctock, $90,000. 
Xumber of shares, 900. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — George Cooke, manufacturer; Alice Eugenie Cooke and Evelyn 
Alice Smith, married women ; Bertha Caroline Cooke, clerk ; and James Harry 
Smith, journalist; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — George Cooke, manufacturer; Alice Eugenie Cooke 
and Evelyn Alice Smith. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. ^^46, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued July 15, 1921, to 
"IMPERIAL TOBACCO COMPAX'Y OF CAX^ADA, LIMITED" 

Increasing tlie capital etock of the company from $39,733,309 to the sum of $48,733,309, 
being an increase of 1,800,000 shares of liie par value of $5 each. 

Vide p. 441, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



90 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
"McKEXZIE BASIX HQLDIXG SYXDIOATE, LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 15, 1921. . - . . Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Xumber of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — James David Elamm, broker; Hyman Schleimer, travelling 
salesman; Harry Morton Wener and David Wexler, merchants; and Adolpho 
Kigler, insurance broker ; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Tide p. 647, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



'^G. r. PRICE, LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 16, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 
Xumber of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate MemhTs. — ^Henry Robert Mulvena, advocate; John Edward Grivell, book- 
keeper; Hanna Grace ^Iclveil. Bessie Moore Rogers and Pearl Schramm, steno- 
graphers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Busiriess. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 349, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"BEAVER TRUOIv CORPORATIOX, LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 18, 1921. - . . . Amount of capital stock, $1,500,000. 
Xumber of shares, 15,000. — Amount of each chare, $100. 

Corporate 2Iembers. — Thomas Hamilton Simpson and Lyman Lee, barristers-at-law ; 

Agnes Milne, book-keeper; R^ba Meyers, stenographer; and Robert Henry Baxter, 

accountant ; all of Hamilton, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Hamilton, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Tide p. 544, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



"BOURXIVAL PIAXO & GRAMOPHOXE, LIMITEE " 

Incorporated July 18, 1921. - - . . Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Xumber V. of shades, 2,000. — Amount of each share. $100. 

Corporate Members. — Louis Origene Bournival, mechanical doctor, of Outremont, 
Que. ; Joseph Emile Drouin, clerk, of Sault-aux-Recollets, Que. ; Joseph Didace 
Laurin, clerk; Francois Xavier Ouellette. accountant, and Henri Fontaine, 
mechanic, of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Louis Origene Bournival, Joceph Emile Drouin and 
Francois Xavier Ouellette. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 498, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 91 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

''SmXOTT ENGINEERING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 19, 1921. . - . - ATOOunt of capital stock, $50,000. 
Numiber of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Sinnott, electrician; Henri Albert Bernigaud and Frank 
Hoffman, pipe manufacturers; Aime Gagne, pipe maker, and George Serouille-de- 
B'er, commercial agent; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — ^Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 632. Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"BARCO MANfUFACTURING GO^IPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED" 

(Private Company) 

Incorporated July 20, 1921. . . . - Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 
Number of shares, 250. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — •Richmond Wyllie Hart and George MacPhail Clark, barristers- 
at-law; Charles Herbert Croft Leggott and Edna Fitzsimons, accountants, and 
Nellie MacDonald, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Richmond \V3'llie Hart, Charles Herbert Croft 
Leggott 'and Edna Fitzsim'ons. 

Chief place of Business. — Walkerville, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 547, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SuT>plementary Letters Patent issued July 20, 1921, to 
''CANADIAN PANAMA HAT COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $10,000 to the sum of $50,000, being 
an increase of 400 shares of $100 each, and changing the corporate name of the 
company to that of 

" CANADIAN PANAMA AND STRAW HAT COMPANY. LIMITED " 

Vide p. 441. Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" PICTURE SERVICE, LIMITED " 

Incorporated July 20, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Muriel Elizabeth Bruce, manager; Alice Maud Spafford, steno- 
grapher; Beatrice Amelia Osborne, book-keeper; Alfred Henry Joyce, editor; 
and Charles Edgar Hunter Freeman, barrister-at-law; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 454, Canada Gazette., 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued July 21, 1921, to 
"BELANGER FRERES FT COMPAGNIE, LIMITEE," 

Changing the name of the company to 
BELANGER FRERES FT COMPAGNIE LIMITEE— BELANGER 
BROTHERS AND CO^fPANY, LIMITED." 
Vide D. 441, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



92 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
"F. W. LAMPLOUGH & COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Inv^orporated July 21, 1921. - _ - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Xumber of shares, 500. — Amount of each share. $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Frank Westrope Lamplough, merchant; Gordon Sydney Joseph 
Payne, chartered accountant; Allen Kinloch Starke, buyer; Clarence Alexander 
Birrell, clerk; and Isabel Lamplough, married woman; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Gordon Sydney Joseph Payne, Allen Kinloch Starke 
and Clarence Alexander Birrell. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 555, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"THE HA:\nLTOX TAR PRODUCTS COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 21, 1921. - - . . Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 
Xumber of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each ehare, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Robert Ramsay Evans, barrister-at-law; Frederick Bancroft, 
gentleman; Jessie Carscallen, widow; Helen Grant Evans, married woman, and 
Linda Knowles, stenographer; all of Hamilton, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — ^Robert Ramsay Evans, Frederick Bancroft and Linda 
Ivnowles. 

Chief place of Business.— Hamilton, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 554, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE ESSEX EXPORT COMPAXY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated July 22, 1921. - . . . Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Xumber of shares, 1,000.— Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Alfred Frank Morand, broker, and Mary Morand, married 
woman, both of Tecumeeh, Ont.; Vital Benoit, real estate dealer; Margaret 
Benoit, married woman; and Philip Kelaher, book-keeper, all three of Ojibway, 
Ont. 

First or Pro'vi^ional Directors. — Alfred Frank Morand, Vital Benoit and Philip 
Kelaher. 

Chief place of Business. — Windsor, Ont. / 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 454, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued July 22, 1921, to 
"THE IXTERXATIOXAL GYPSITM CORPORATIOX, LIMITED," 

Converting the capital stock of the company from $1,500,000, divided into 110,000 
preferred shares of the par value of $10 each, and 40,000 common shares of the 
par value of $10 each, to 300,000 shares of ordinary stock of no nominal or par 
value, provided, however, that the company shall carry on its business with a 
capital of $1,500,000, and further provided that the said shares without nominal 
or par value may be issued by the company at $5 per share. 

Vide p. 441, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 93 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

" APPRAISALS, LIMITED " 

Incorporated July 23, 1921. . . . . Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 
Number of stares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Paul Leduc, barrister-at-law ; Charles Lapierre, assignee; 
George Beauregard, broker; Evelina Theriault and Rebecca Mary Bobier, steno- 
graphers; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 550, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"FRANKLIN INVESTIkl!EXT COIMPAXY, LIMITED" 

f Private Company) 1 

Incorix)rated July 23, 1921. . . . .. Amount of capital 6tc^3k, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Gerald Augustine Coughlin, advocate; Francis George Bush, 
book-keeper; George Robert Drennan and William Patrick Creagh, stenogra- 
phers; and Herbert William Jackson, clerk; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Gerald Augustine Coughlin, Francis George Bush 
and George Robert Drennan. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide, p. 631, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE HALLIDAY COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated July 25, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 
Number of preferred shares, 1,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 
Number of common shares, 1,000. — ximount of each common share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Cecil Vanroy Langs, E'wart Gladstone Binkley and Howard 
Morwick, barristers-at-law; Nellie Moore, book-keeper; and Edna Marguerite 
Green, stenographer; all of Hamilton, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
CJiief place of Business. — Hamilton, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 552, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued July 25, 1921, to 
" THE ROOFCRAFT COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Converting the capital stock of the company from $200,000 divided into 2,000 shares 
of $100 each, to 1,000 preference shares of the par value of $100 each, and 1,000 
shares without nominal or par value, provided the company shall commence 
business with a capital of $10,000. 

Vide p. 628, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued July 25, 1921, to 
" SECURITY ELEVATOR COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Increasing the capital stock |of the company from $500,000 to the sum of $1,000,000, 

being an increase of 5,000 shares of the par value of $100 each. 

Vide p. 441, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



94 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
" THE WALLACE BAEXES COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated July 25, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $300,000. 
Number of shares, 3,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Colin William George Gibson and Eobert Fortune Inch; barris- 
ters-at-law; Eose Marie O'Brien, secretary, William Ormiston Zealand, book- 
keeper ; and Ella Claire Becker, stenographer ; all of Hamilton, Ontario. 

Fir.H or Provisional Directors. — Colin William George Gibson, Eobert Fortune Tnch 
and Eose Marie O'Brien. 

Chief place of Business. — ^Hamilton, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 633, Canada Gazette,, 1921-22. 



"MONTEEAL WATEEPEOOF CLOTHING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated July 26, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $99,000. 
Number of shares, 990. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — ^Henry Weinfield, Marcus Meyer Sperber and Lyon Levine, 
advocates; and Sarah Miller and Lillie Fedderman, stenographers; all of Montreal, 
Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 552, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" NATIONAL DEY CLEANING, LIMITED " 

Incorporated July 26, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Adelbert Cavour Chapman, manufacturer; Amasa Judson 
Tingley, superintendent; Benjamin Franklin Eeade, dentist; Frederick Eoyal 
Sumner, merchant; and Ora Jacob Dunham, contractor; all of Moncton, N.B. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Moncton. N.B. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 550, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



'• THE COLUMBIA SHIET COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated July 27, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Jacob Kauifman, Joseph Goodman and Thomas Sydney Cohen, 
shirt manufacturers ; Eobert Davison Hume and Ernest Victor McKague, barris- 
ters-at-law; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Jacob Kauffman, Joseph Goodman and Thomas 
■Sydney (^^ohen. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 638. Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 95 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"DOMINION HOUSING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 27. 1921. . - - . Amount of capital stock, $400,000. 
Number of shares, 40,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Wilbur Astley MacMullen and Willis Bailey Sargent, brokers; 

Donald Douglas Ross, accountant; Kenneth Sidney Murt-on and Hiarry Stephen 

Murton, solicitors; all of Toronto, Ontario. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Wilbur Astley MacMullen, Willis Bailey Sargent and 

Kenneth Sidney Murton. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 645, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



"TAYLOR O.K. MANUFACTFRING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 27, 1921. . . . . Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 
Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Hector Adelard Champagne, bank manager ; John Patrick 
Coulson, gentleman; Joseph Alderic Ste-Marie, doctor; Joseph Wilfred Ste-Marie, 
advocate, and Solange Gatien, secretary; all of Hull, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate memibers. 

Chief place of Business. — Hull, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 581, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" ADANAC MOTOR CORPORATION, LIMITED " 

Incorporated July 28, 1921. - . . . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Am.ount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John MacNaughton, advocate; William James Henderson, 
accountant; James Geary Cartwright and James Burnett Taylor, managers, and 
Thomas Joseph GrifBn, agent; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members'. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 628, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



"BRITISH-AMERICAN FUEL & METALS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 28, 1921. - - . . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Num'ber of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Thomas Gibson and Henry Charles Draper, barristers-at-law ; 

Edward Maxwell Stoer, accountant ; Ernest Percy Seon, secretary, and Mary 

Edythe Dickey, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Thomas Gibson, Edward Maxwell Stoer, Ernest Percy 

Seon, and Henry Charles Draper. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 640, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



96 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
"FACTORY SUPPLIES, LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 28, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital efcock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John MaCaSTaughton, advocate; Thomas Joseph Griffin, James 
Geary Cartwrig'ht and James Burnett Taylor, managers, and Harry Clay Chesley, 
agent; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John MacXaughton, James Geary Cartwright and 
James Burnett Taylor. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. Que. 

Oijects of the Company. — Vide p. 556, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"FLEXOIL TRANSMISSION, LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 28, 1921. . . - - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 
Numher of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — George Whitaker Morley, William Osmund Gibson, James White 
Bicknell and John Steuart Duggan, barristers-at-law, and Stanley Lightfoot, 
patent solicitor; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate membe-S. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 557, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"THE NORTH SHIPPING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 28, 1921. - . . - Amomit of capital stock, $500,000. 
Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Alexander Christie Hill, Hamnett Pinhey HiU, and Charles 
Henry Maclaren, barristers-at-law; Syd"svell Alexander Valpy Martin, student- 
at-law, and Letha Mattman, stenographer; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Quebec, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 643, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"PENINSULAR SUGAR COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 28, 1921. . - - . Amount of capital stock, $2,000,000. 
Number of shares, 200,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Allen Farrell, broker; Charles Edward Stainbrook, 
salesman, and Harcourt Irvine Wiley, physician; all three of Windsor, Ont,; 
Albert King ^Morton, of Walkerville, Ont., salesman, and Gabriel Dennis Beau- 
soleil, of Teeumseh, Out., farmer. 

First or Provitnonal Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Chatham, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. T27, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 97 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"THE SOUTH SHIPPING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 28, 1921. . . . - Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 
Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each sliare, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Alexander Christie Hill, Hamnett Pinhey Hill and Charles 
Henry Maclaren, barristers-at-law ; Sydwell Alexander Valpy Martin, student- 
at-law, and Letha ]\Iattman, stenographer; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Ch ief place of Business. — Quebec, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 611, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" SURGICAL & DRUG SUPPLIES, LIMITED " 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated July 28, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $25. 
Corporate Memhers. — Thomas James Ryan and George Aloysius Quinn, druggists, 

Harry Adolphus Lysle Swan, insurance agent; Charles Patton, accountant; and 

J. Ogle Carss, barrister-at-law ; of Ottawa, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Thomas James Ryan, George Aloysius Qninn and 

Harry Adolphus Lysle Swan. 
Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 
Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 730, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" CANADIAN AUSTIN MACHINERY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated July 29, 1921 Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Henry Alexander Little, barrister; Mary Beatrice McKay, 

manager; Arthur Stuart Robertson and Stanley Alexander Ross, salesman; and 

John Ross Shaw, manufacturer; all of Woodstock, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — ^Henry Alexander Little, Mary Beatrice McKay and 

John Ross Shaw. 
Chief place of Business. — Woodstock, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. G30, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued July 29, 1921, to 
" LE COMBUSTIBLE NATIONAL, LIMITEE " 

Increasing tjie capital stock of the company from $75,000 to the sum of $500,000, 

being an increase of 4,250 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 5-M, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued July 29, 1921, to 
"GEO. BORGFELDT & COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $50,000 to the sum of $150,000, 

being an increase of 1,000 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 628, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 

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98 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
" GEEYHOUXD MOTOR CORPOEATIOX OF CANADA, LIMITED " 

Incorporated, July 29, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $2'5'0,(K>0. 
Xumber of shares, 25,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Mem'bers. — Leonard Clarke Davis, of the City of Providence, in the State 
of Rhode Island, one of the Lnited States of America, contractor, Jules Beaudoiu 
and Salluste Lavery, advocates, Joseph Louis Narcisse Lachapelle, notary, and 
John Bourgeois Woods, financial agent ; all four of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Leonard Clarke Davis, Jules Beaudoin, Joseph Louis 
Narcisse Lachapelle, John Bourgeois Woods, and Salluste Lavery. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 723, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



••MOXTREAL BOATBUILDEPvS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated July 29, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memljers. — Walter Seeley Johnson and Alexander Rives Hall, King's 
Counsellors; Ethel May Peirce and Josie Edwards, stenographers, and Roland 
Reed Larrabee, accountant; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief placfe of Business. — Lachine, Que. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. G37, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



'' ADANAC PHARMACAL COMPAXY (LIMITED) " 
"COMPAGNIE PHARMACEUTIQUE ADAXAC (LIMITEE)" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated July 30, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Xumber of shares, 4,000. — Amount of each share, $50. 

Corporate Memhers. — Paul St. Germain, King's counsel; Leopold Guerin and Boi&dore 
Panet-Raymond, advocates; Achille Raymond, accountant; and Gabrielle Vander 
Meerschen, stenographer; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 1799, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"DURO ALUMIXUM, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated July 30. 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stook, $200,000. 
Xumber of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. - 

Corporate Members. — John Alexander Soule, barrister; Phyllis Mary Cross and 
Ethel Menzie McPherson, stenographers ; Minnie Elizabeth Campbell, married 
woman, and James Murison Dunn, inspector; all of Hamilton, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Hamilton, Ont. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 952, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 99 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"CANIADIAN TANK LINE, LIMITED" 

Incorporated Aug-ust 2, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $275,000. 
Number of shares, 2,750. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Mernbers. — Alexander Fasken. James Aitchison and Vernon Osborne 
Matchett, barristers-'at-law ; Harold Morrey Smith, student-at-law, and Duncan 
Angus MeCrimmon, accountant; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Alexander Eaisken, James Aitchison and Vernon 
Osborne Matchett. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, On,t. 

Objects of the Company. — Virle p. 738, Canada Gazette^ 1921-22. 



"HARRIS FORBES & COMPANY, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated August 2, 1921. - . . . Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — ^Michael Arthur Phelan. of Westmount, Que., King's counsel; 
James Albert Eoeles, investment banker; John Thomas Dougan, salesman; 
Robertson Fleet, advocate, and John Lesly Reay, accountant; all four of Mont- 
real, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — James Albert Eccles, John Thomas Dougan and 
Michael Arthur Phelan. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 646, Canadn Gazette, 1921-22. 



"CHARLES KIRKE MUSIC COMPANY, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated August 3, 1921. . . - - Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 
Number of shares, 400.- — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Kirke, salesman; Mary Catharine Kirke, married 
■woman ; Hazel Havergal Kirke, civil servant ; Minnie Brooks McKechnie, spin- 
ster, and Anson Horace Pratt, accountant; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Charles Kirke, Mary Catharine Kirke and Hazel 
Havergal Kirke. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 634, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" WALDEMAR LUMBER .fc SHINGLE COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED » 

Incorporated August 4, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $45,000. 
Number of shares, 450. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — ^John Mason, of Vancouver, B.C., logger; James Albert Hortop, 

Charles Ernest Hortop and John William McPhee, manufacturers, and Thomas 

Aiken Mason, merchant; all four of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — John Mason, James Albert Hortop and Thomas Aiken 

Mason. 
Chief place of Business.— \ ancouver, B.C. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 728, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 

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100 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

^'WILDEE'S, LIMITED" 
(As a Private-Oompany) 

Incorporated August 3, L921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 
Nuniber of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Henry Keene Symonds Hemming and John Anderson Black, 
public accountants; Ed'win Peel, chartered accountant; George Murray Lewis, 
barrister-at-law, and Henry Thompson Heselton, secretary; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 648, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" ITALO-CAXADIAN PRODUCTS, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated August 6, 1921. . - . - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — 'Frank Breadon Common and Linton Hossie Ballantyne, advo- 
cates; Michael Joseph O'Brien, clerk; William Herbert Jackson, book-keeper, and 
William Patrick Creagh, stenographer; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Frank Breadon Common, Michael Joseph O'Brien 
and William Patrick Creagh. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 737, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



"BORDER EXPORT COMPAXY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated August 8, 1921. . - - - Amount of capittil stock, $100,000. 
Xumber of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Irvin Smithton Yarrows, of Walkerville, Out., merchant; 

Charles Dumouchelle, scale merchant; Monroe Meyers, salesman; Ruby Swade 

Fischer, merchant, and Arthur Dumouchelle, retired farmer ; all four nf Windsor, 

Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Irvin Smithton Yarrows, Charles Dumouchelle and 

Ruby Swade Fischer. 
Chief place of Business. — Windsor, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 724, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" OO-OPERATIYE DRESS-WELL CLUB, LIMITED " 

Incorporated 8th August, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 

Xumber of shares, 40,000 — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — Harold Learoyd Steele and Greorge McClure Willoughby, bar- 
risters-at-law; John Eokert Tanner, student-at-law ; Edith Willard Yerity, steno- 
grapher; and Annie Myrtle Fuller, accountant; of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 732, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



p 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 101 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

" ECONOMaC MILK POWDEE SALES, LIMITED " 

Incorporated 8tli August, 1921 Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of shares, 2,000— Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Arthur William Folsom, salesman ; and AVilfrid Leggott, account- 
ant, both of Calgary, Alta., Charles Morris Barker, mechanical engineer; and 
James Donald Small, chartered accountant, of Yancouver, B.C., and Herbert 
Fryer, of Seattle, Washington, mechanical engineer. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Vancouver, B.C. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 725, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" GEORGE S. DINGLE, LIMITED " 

Incorporated 8th August, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500 — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Walter Seely Johnson and Alexander Hives Hall, King's Coun- 
sels; Sophy Louisa Elliott, Dorothy Winnowna Outhet and Ethel May Peirce, 
stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 852, Canado, Gazette, 1921-22. 



"SANDWICH EXPOET COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated August S, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Edward Kellner, real estate agent; Louis Kellner, accountant; 

Alfred Lewis, salesman; Eay Booker, manager and Joseph Famularo, exporter, 

all of Sandwich West, Ontario. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Edward Kellner, Alfred Lewis and Eay Booker. 
Chief place of Business. — ^Windsor, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 740, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"JOHN GAEDE & COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated August 9, 1921. . - . . Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Earnest James Daniels, David Trelford and Charles Norton 
Garde, machinists; Eobert Hall Eorsythe, electrical contractor; and Herbert Wil- 
liam Garde, clerk; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — David Trelford, Charles Norton Garde and Herbert 
William Garde. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 857, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 






102 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
"LEPAGE, SOUBLIERE, LIMITEE 

Incorporated August 9, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
j^umber of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — George Henri Brunet, student-at-law; Joeeph Arthur Soubliere, 
commercial agent; Paul Arthur Labelle, broker; and Houorius Elzear Menard, 
clerk; of Hull, Quebec, and Joseph Herve Lepage, dealer; of Gracefield, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Hull, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 813, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"THE SAFETY GAS KEY COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated August 9, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 
Xumber of shares, 200,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Oscar Authier, manager; Joseph Alexander Erigon. 

merchant; Jean Pierre Charbonneau, advocate; and Jeanne Bisaillon and Frangoise 

Charest, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Direciors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 853, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"THOMAS HAEKNESS & SONS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated August 9, 1921. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate ^[embers. — Gerald McTeigue, Auguste Mathieu and Eeigner Brodeur, 
advocates; Yvon Ducharme, accountant; and Oscar Lemyre, typist; all of Mont- 
real, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Gerald McTeigue, Yvon Ducharme and Auguste 
Mathieu. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 850, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"AUCTIONEEEiS SALES COMPANY, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Co.) 

Incorporated August 10, 1921. - - . . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number or shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Walter Dell Woodley, of Waterford, Ont., gentleman; Frank 
Whitney Richardson, of Toronto, Ont., law student; William Mulloy Atkinson, 
auctioneer, Charles Delos Gibbon, gentleman, and George Leach, surgeon, all 
three of Hamilton, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — William Mulloy Atkinson, Charles Delos Gibbon and 
George Leach. 

Chief place of Business. — Hamilton, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 733, Canada Gazette, 1921-22- 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 103 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

" BRITISH TEXTILES, LIMITED " 

(As a Private Co.) 
Incorporated August 10, 1921. - - - : Amovint of capital stock, $20,000. 

N"umber of shares, 200. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Henry Weinfield, Marcus Meyer Sperber and Lyon Levine, 
advocates; George Wilton Howell, accountant; and Sarah Miller, stenographer; 
all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 849, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patenl;, issued August 10, 1921, to 
" INTERi^ATIONAL LABORATOIIIES, LIMITED" 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $250,000 to the sum of $300,000, 
being an increase of 500' shares of $100 each. 

Yide p. 741, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"THE mTERXATiONAL VENDING MACHINES," LIJ^HTED » 

(As a Private Company) 
Incorporated 10th August, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of shares, 25,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 
Corporate Members. — Henry Weinfield, Marcus Meyer Sperber and Lyon Levine, 
advocates; George Wilton Rowell, accountant, and Sarah Miller, stenographer; 
all of Montreal Que, 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 851, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"THE MUTUAL HOME CORPORATION, LIMITED" 

Incorporated August 10, 1921, - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 20,000. — Amount of each share, no nominal or par value. 
Corporate Members. — Colville Sinclair, advocate; William Taylor, manager; Angus 

McLeod Murray, clerk; Francis Henderson Robertson, accountant; and Pearl 

Mahoney, stenographer; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 736, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" CANADA HOTEXS, LIMITED " 

(Private Company) 

Incorporated August 11, 1921. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Louis Philippe Crepeau, King's Counsel; Maurice Dugae, Seg- 
fried H'inson Read Bush and John Parker Callaghan, advocates; and Anna de 
Bloie, clerk; all of Montreal, Que. 
Fiist or Provisional Directors. — Segfried Hinson Read Bush, Maurice Dugas and 

John Parker Callaghan. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal. Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 735, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



104 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
"WESTERX CA^s'ADIAX EXPORTERS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated August 11, 1921. . . - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Xumber of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Harry Low, proprietor; "William Herbert Durfey and Charlee 

Brent, esquires; Charles Henry Burns, Merchant, and Marco Leon, manager; 

all of Windsor, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members, 
Chief place of Business. — Windsor, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 865, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued August 11, 1921, to 
"THE WELCH COMPAXY, LIMITED," 

increasing the capital stock of the company from $:300,000 to the sum of $500,000, 
being "in increase of 2,000 shaies of $100 each. 

Vide p. 741, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE XATIOXAL PAD COMPAXY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated August 13, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Xumber of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Henry Keene Symonds Hemming and John Anderson Black, 
public accountants; Edwin Peel, accountant; George Murray Lewis, barrister-at- 
law, and Henry Thompson Heselton, secretary; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1444, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"CAXADIAX IXSTITUTE OF CHEMISTRY" 

(Association) 

Incorporated August 15, 1921. - - - - - - Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — James Watson Bain and William Lash Miller, profeseore: 
Edward Gowan Russell Ardagh and Leroy Egerton Westman, chemists, all four 
of Toronto, Ont.; Steward Basterfield, of Saskatoon, Sask., professor; Harold 
James Roast, consulting chemist; George Baril and Robert Fulford Ruttan, 
professors, all three of Montreal, Que.; John Seaman Bates, of Kenogami, Que., 
works chemist; Harold Eugene Bigelow, of Sackville, X.B., professor; Sydney 
Jabez Cook, of Ottawa, Ont.; chemist; John Alexander MaeDonald Dawson, of 
Vancouver, B.C., chemist; Adolphe Lehmann, of Edmonton, Alta., professor; 
Matthew Archibald Parker, of Winnipeg, Man., professor; and Irwin Cameron 
Mackie, of Sydney, X.S., works chemist. 

First or Provisioned Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief Office of the said Corporation. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Corporation. — Tide p. 868, Canada. Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 105 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"LA COMPAGNIE D'AUTOMOBILES ' CRITEEION,' LIMLTEE " 

Incorporated August 15, 1921. - - . . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Landry, hotel-keeper; Auguste Chevalier, fur merchant; 

Hector Frangois Bellavance, mechanic; Joseph Victorien Dubois, accountant; 

and Leopold Delage, chartered accountant; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Joseph Landry, Auguste Chevalier and Hector 

Frangois Bellavance. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 854, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" SOUTHERN ALBERTA OILS, LIMITED " 

Incorporated August 15, 1921. . . - - Amount of capital stock, $10,000,000. 
Number of Class A preferred shares, 400,000.- — Amount of each Class A preferred 

share, $10. 
Number of Class B preferred shares, 1,000,000. — Amount of each Class B preferred 

share, $1. 

Number of common shares, 5,000,000. — Amount of each common share, $1. 
Corporate Members. — Alexander Hannah, Orrin Henry Eyres Might, Percy Leroy 

Sanford and George Fenwick Buchanan, barristers-at-law; and Lewis Carnaby 

Ross Souter, student-at-law; all of Calgary, Alta. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Calgary, Alta. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 862, Canada Gazette 1921-22. 



"THE UNITED ORDER OF CANADIANS" 

(Association) 

Incorporated August 15, 1921. Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — Archibald James McQuarrie, assistant manager; Robert 
Montrose Nichol, James Grassick, Hector McQuarrie, John Gordon, Howell 
Smith, John Ashbourne Mooney, Joseph Thomson Mutrie, Robert James Gibson, 
William James Gallon, John Dodds Turnbull, William John Napier McNeeley, 
Peter Arnot, George Wickens Smith, George " C " Holden, George Stewart Pea- 
cock, James LaGallais Cunningham, Charles Victor Smith, John James Mac- 
Rae, Edgar Ruggles, Edgar Roy Demaray, Jonathan Alexander Grose, managers; 
John James Renwick, Harry Osborne Cuddle, James Edward Armstrong, Percy 
Luthere Graub, George Carmichael Cooke, John Robert Peverett, Birtwell Hatch 
Guy, William George Muir, Arthur Andrew Pearce, John Henderson Mitchell, 
Frederick William Logan, Frank Vernon Evans, agents; Arthur John Gibson, 
George Melrose Bell, James St. Claire White, Peter George Fisher, John Mac- 
Dermaid Fisher, brokers; Lusta Jerome Adamfi, chartered accountant; William 
Herbert Bell, Robert Nelles Flock, James Edwin Curry, Charles Wilson Blewett, 
Frederick Ernest Douall, Alfred Cornwath Barbour, Wallace Kurray Morrison, 
Jacob Herbison, Walter Knowles Rathwell, Harold Blackmore Addems, John 
Parker, Thomas Clifford Chard, accountants; William Herbert Small, Austin 
Egbert Mewhiney, George Hugh Armour, Anderson Billing, Boak MacKillop, 
Thomas Mutrie, Albert Wilmot MacPherson, Russell William Cook, Ernest 



106 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

Haward Lambly, Edward Francis Pratt, civil servants; John Ivenneth Mclnnis, 
John Starks Donahue, Benjamen Elmer Sheppard, George Ewing McKinnon, 
Clarence Edward Bell, Robert Wesley Bell, farmers; Francis Bell Eeilly, archi- 
tect; Frederick George England, Arthur Leonard Wheatley, Albert James Cherry, 
jewellers; Frank Whitmore, Harcourt David MacPhersou, Edgar Byron Wil- 
liams, William John Hyde, Clark Jamieson, James Herbert Hamblin, George 
Garfield Wray, James Palmer, Andrew John ^clvenzie, Thomas George McXall, 
Harvey Elmer Cartwright, George Dowswell, John Cornelius Wilson, Herbert 
Samuel Pollock, merchants; David Waters Houston, Marshall Dawson Thomp- 
son, superintendents; Alfred Alonzo WiJson, Government purchasing iagent; 
Charles Page Geake, Norman Dunbar Detwiler, school principals; Henry Black, 
Charles Edward Barnhart, Harry Roland Moore, contractors; George Sidney 
Read, acting deputy fire commissioner; Robert Ernest Turnbull, John Christo- 
pher Secord, John " D " Martin, Ashton Dewart Cecil Carrothers, Abraham 
Allan Fisher, John " J." Stapleton, Austin Stanley Trotter, George Stanley 
Kennedy, barristers; Frederick William Toop, police inspector; Albert Mathieu, 
Frederick Guest, Denis Sweeney, Laurent Roy, physicians; Samuel John Latta, 
publisher; James Thomas Milton Anderson, director of education; Geoffrey 
Xeilson Main, Joseph Theodore Letourneau, Illion Oliver Duprau, Lome Wil- 
ford Harper, clerks; John Hamilton Taylor, life insurance solicitor; John King 
Wilson, fire inspector; William Allan Hickey, Donald Gladstone MacLean, 
William Wallace Munroe, James Dwight Elder, Thomas Herbert Pettigrew, 
Harry Kearney Dow, Alexander Brown, Robert MacKay Wilson, Wesley Nor- 
man Brown. James McLachlin Robb, George Melvin Taylor, Hollis Johnson 
MacLeod Fiske, salesmen; Albert Duncan, John Angus McLachlan, druggists; 
Roy Ferguson Gavel, John Xoble Gavel, butchers; Walter Angus Cunning, pipe- 
fitter; Colin Louis Wells, insurance appraiser; William McLeilan Kennedy, 
telegrapher; Milton David Jermyn, Chesley Moody Woodside, John Duncan 
MacKenzie carpenters; John Joe Suckow, steamfitter; Wilfred Edgar McCut- 
cheon, Stanley Parker, bookkeepers; Harris McLennan Redwood; secretary; 
Joseph Henry Symons, inspector vital statistics; Harvey Lee Jackes, surgeon; 
Roland Oswald Dunlop, assistant secretary; William John Willis, William John 
Brake, Robert Stuart Fowler, Harry Lamberton, George Dennis Noonan, Wil- 
liam Asa Dayton, Elmer Melbouren Boomhower, electricians; Hugh Donald 
Leitch, Presbyterian clergyman; William Joseph Mooney, dentist; George 
Paquet, barber; John Wilberforce Cram; assistant King's printer; John Alfred 
Mclntyre, machinist; Samuel Charles Craig, organizer; Elijah Constantine 
Stewart, journalist; Gordon Victor Towle, instructor; Joseph Reynolds Ross, 
buyer; Lance Burton Grover, William Bobbins Perry, life insurance salesmen; 
William Reid, shipper; George Dixon, tailor; Alanson Lemon Buck, inspector; 
Harold Hasting Cook, merchandise expert; Johns Hamilton Moore, blacksmith; 
John Dickey, street car conductor; John James Weeley Bell, inspector; Hector 
Morrison Fisher, -teacher; Donald John Matheson, policeman; George Joseph 
Alexander Lanskail, loan inspector; Walter Samuel Wallwin, Louis Allan Hegan, 
bankers; Hugh Athol Sweet, engineer; and Harry Miller Ingram, draftsman; 
all of the city of Regina, in the province of Saskatchewan. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Archibald James McQuarrie, Robert Montrose 
Nichol, John James Renwick, Arthur John Gibson, Lusta Jerome Adams, Wil- 
liam Herbert Bell, William Herbert Small, Frederick William Toop, Francis 
Bell Reilly, John Christopher Secord, Edward Francis Pratt, Thomas George 
McNall, Frank Whitmore, and Albert Mathieu. 

Chief Office of said Corporation. — Regina, Sask. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1078, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 107 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

'■ THE WATKINS MANUFACTURING COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED " 

Incorporated August 15, 1921. . . - - Amount of capital stock, $15,000. 
Number of shares, 150. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — John MeKane Hughes and Franklin Harold Hughes, manu- 
facturers; Lavinia Anne Hughe^s and Irene Pearl Hughes, married women, and 
yVilliam McAdam Nickle, solicitor; all of Kingston, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — ^^.lohn McKane Hughes, Franklin Harold Hughes 
and William McAdam Nickle. 

Chief place of Business. — Kingston, Ont. 

Ohjects of the Company.— Vide p. 1080, Canada Gazette^ 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued August 16, 1921, to 
"BROOKS ELEVATOR COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Increasing the capital stock of the said company from $50,000 to the sum of $350,000, 
being an increase of 3,000 shares of $100* each. 

Vide p. 849, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"HIGHWAY LIGHTHOUSE COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated August 16, 1921. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 
Number of shares, 40,000. — Amount of each share, $25. 

Corporate Members. — Henry Maurice Vaughan Weller, broker; Hugh James Dawson, 
■accountant; Francis Aylmer Blackburn, broker's clerk; Victorine Emily De La 
Haye, secretary, and May Lillian Chambers, stenographers; all of Toronto, Ont. 

F^irst or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 858, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"HOMESTEAD ONTARIO COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated August 17, 1921. . . _ . Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 3,600. — Amount of each preferred share, $50. 

Number of common shares, 400. — Amount of each common share, $50. 

Corporate Members. — John Macintosh Duff, solicitor; Alfred Henry Joyce, notary 
public; Thomas Ken Browne, commercial artist; Robert Alexander Stewart, 
manager, and Wanda Emma Rice, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said t^orporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Niagara Falls, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 977, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued August 17, 1921, to 
" T. LES'SARD & SONS, LIMITED " 

Decreasing the capital stock of the company from $95,000 to the sum of $21,150, such 
decrease being effected by cancelling 245 unissued shares of the par value of $100 
each and by reducing the par value of each of the 705 issued shares from $100 
to $30, and changing the corporate name of the company to that of 

"T. LESSARD & SONS, LIMITED— T. LESSARD & FILS, LIMITEE." 
Vide p. 849, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



108 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

''CANADIAN BEILL COMPAISrY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated August IS, 1921. . . - . Amount of capital stock, $300,000. 
Number of shares, 3,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Robert Gowans, solicitor's clerk; Ernest Harold Stewart, book- 
keeper; Harold Coleman Walker, Mathew Crooks Cameron and Samuel Goodman 
Ci-owell, barristers; James Steller Lovell, accountant, and Sadie Ostle Hether- 
ington, stenogTapher ; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Preston, Ont. 

Oijects of the Company. — Vide p. 858, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



'•LA CIE DE CHARROYAGE STE. MARTINE, LIMITEE " 

Incorporated August 18, 1921. . . - - Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Henri Daoust, Albert Daoust and Armand Daoust, grocers. 

and Oscar Daoust, mechanical electrician; all of Montreal, Que., and Joseph 

Laberge, of Ste. Martine, Que., grocer. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Ste. Martine, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Tide p. 951, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



'■'DAIRY PRODUCTS CO^iIPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED" 

Incorporated August 18, 1921. - . - . Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 
Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Russell Pierce Locke, barrister-at-law ; John Eddington Kerr 
and Joseph Roebuck, students-at-law ; Rita Hatton, stenographer; and Mabel 
Bruce, office clerk; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. •■ 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 866, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued August 18, 1921, to 
" GOSSE-MLLLERD, LIMITED " 

Extending the powers of the said company. 
Vide p. 849, Caiiada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" SAXONIA FRUIT PRESERA^NG COMPANY, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Co.) 

Incorporated August 18, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Francis Joseph Laverty, King's Counsel; Charles Albert Hale 
and Shirley Greenshields Dixon, advocates; Edith Lillian Pearson and Mary HaP. 
Young, clerks ; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Francis Joseph Laverty, Charles Albert Hale and 
Shirley Greenshields Dixon. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 855, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 109 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"CANADIAN GARY MOTOR TRUCK COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated August 19, 19'2.1. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 
Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Peter Kenny, of Fort William, Ont., Life Insurance 
Agent; George David Kelley, Leo Andrew Kelley, and Arthur Stanley Bourinot, 
barristers; and Kathleen Mary Harrison, stenographer, all four of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business.-^ToTonto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 860, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" DUNLOP TIRE & RUBBER GOODS COMPANY (CANADA) LIMITED " 

Incorporated August 19, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 
Number of shares, 100. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Clinton Harry Black and Stanley Brisbin Joues, accountants ; 
Harry Willy Blahout, traffic manager; Ewart Leon Blain, James Arthur Bricco, 
Samuel Ernest Clark, and Elmore Gordon Skirrow, clerks; Ernest Bertram Ross, 
purchasing agent, and Edward Everett Williams, sales manager; all of Toronto, 
Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Companii. — Yide p. 1237, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE FROST MOORMAN COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated August 20, 1921. Amount of capital stock, $'iO,00<). 

Number of shares, 800. — Amount of each share, $50. 

Corporate Members. — Howard Middleton Frost, Harry Russell Moorman and George 
Merton Vandervoort, merchants; Edmund Duckett O'Flynn, barrister and John 
Dale O'Flynn, student, all of Belleville, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Howard Middleton Frost, Harry Russell Moorman 
and George Merton Yandervoort. 

Chief place of Business. — Belleville, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 954, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



'' WINGHAM WIRE GOMPANY, LIMITED » 

Incorporated August 20, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 
Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — James Chisholm and Thomas Baker McQuesten, barristers-at- 
law; Wilbert George Welby, student-at-law ; Helen Archibald, book-keeper and 
Jessie Yorston, stenographer; all of Hamilton, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Hamilton, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 856, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



110 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

"CATHOLIC AETS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated August -I-I, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Xumber of preferred shares, 750. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 1,250. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Harold William Alexander Foster, William Hughes Beatty and 
William James Beaton, solicitors; Earl McNabb Hand, barrister; and Henrietta 
Biggins, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisioned Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Oljects of the Company.— Vide p. 1086, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" COMMEECIAL EXPORT AND IMPORT COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated August 22, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — George Neale, janitor; Thomas Basil Richardson, solicitor; 

Lillian Elmira Lautenslayer and Etta Brookstein, stenographers; and Ellen 

Teresa Burns, book-keeper; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 870, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"EXPORT STEAMSHIPS, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated August 22, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 
Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Chiliou Graves Heward, King's Counsel; Rufus Clement 
Holden, junior, advocate; Paul Phelps Hutchison and James Frederick Ransom 
Wilkes, law students ; and Arthur Boreham Wright, stenographer ; all of Mont- 
real, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Chilion Graves Heward, Rufus Clement Holden, 
jimior, and Paul Phelps Hutchison. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1077, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"NATIONAL SERVICE CORPORATION, LIMITED" 

Incorporated August 22, 1921. ... Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 
Number of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Rene Bourdon, book-keeper; Ella Mary Jackson, Gladys 
Bickerdike Drysdale, Emily Annie Ashford and Pearl Schramm, stenographers; 
all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 869, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT HI 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"GLOBE GRAIK COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated August 23, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,500. 

Number of preferred shares, 500. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 100. — Amount of each common share, no nominal or 

par value. 

Corporate Members. — James Alexander Eobb, grain merchant; Hugh Phillipps, one 
of His Majesty'is Counsel; Harold St. Clair Scarth and Shirley Patrick 
Gemmill, barristers-at-law; and Errick French Willis, student-at-law ; all oX 
Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 951, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"THE QUEBEC FINANCIAL COMPANY, LIMITED" 

("LA COMPAGNIE FINANCIERE DE QUEBEC, LIMITEE") 

(Private Company) 

Incorporated August 24, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 
Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Member.'i. — Sadi Conrad Demers. advocate; George Thom Hendrie, accoun- 
tant; Dorothy May Stevenson, Maud Whittaker and Kathleen Mlary Gladish, 
stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Sadi Conrad Demers, George Thom Hendrie and 
Dorothy May Stevenson. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 978, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"THE AEROW CLOTHING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated August 25, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Benjamin Robinson, advocate; Joseph Shapiro, student-at- 
law; Alcidas Desroches, bailiff; Fred Witzling and Harry Hopmyer, merchants; 
all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1077, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"ENGLISH ELECTRIC COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED" 

Incorporated August 25, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $2,150,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 20,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 
Number of common shares, 30,000. — Amount of each common share, no nominal or 

par value. 
Corporate Members. — Henry Maurice Vaughan Weller, broker; Hugh James 

Dawson, accountant; Francis Aylmer Blackburn, broker's clerk; Victorine 

Emily De La Haye, secretary; and May Lillian Chambers, stenographer; all of 

Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 981, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



112 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

"F. C. THOMPSON CO., LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated August 25, 1921 - - - Amount of capital stock, $30,000. 

Number of shares, 300. — Amount of each share, no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Memhers. — Henry Thompson Ballagh, agent; Jane Eraser Thompson, 
widow; Walter Cameron Laidlaw, merchant; Chayle Treleaven Ballagh, mar- 
ried woman; and !Mary Olive Pulfer, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Henry Thompson Ballagh, Jane Eraser Thompson 
and Walter Cameron Laidlaw 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1084, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



''FULLER BRUSH COMPAXY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated August 25, 1921. . - - . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Xuanber of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Cecil Vanroy Langs, Ewart Grladetone Binkley and Howard 
Morwick, barristers-at-law; Xora Irene Daly and Kathleen Ball Wigmore, steno- 
graphers; aU of Hamilton, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Cecil Yanroy Langs, Ewart Gladstone Binkley and 
Howard Morwick. 

Chief place of Business. — ^Hamilton, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 979, Canada GazeMe, 1921-22. 



"THOMPSOX, STARRETT COMPAXY, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated August 25, 1921. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Xumher of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Chilion Graves Heward, King's coimsel ; Rufus Clement Holden, 
Junior, advocate; Paul Phelps Hutchison and James Frederick Ransom Wilkes, 
law students, and Bruce Forbes, stenographer; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 1160, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"GROWERS DISTRIBUTING OOMPAXY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated August 27, 1921. . - . . Amount of capital stock, $1,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 100. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 
Xumber of common shares, 100. — Amount of each common share no nominal or par 

value 
Corporate Members. — William Joseph Bradley, bi-oker; David Moss and Henry George 

Tyler, salesmen; John Gill, accountant, and Lillian King, stenographer; all of 

Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1081, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 113 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

Supplementary Lettei"6 Patent issued August 27, 1921, to 
"REID BROS. OF CANADA, LIMITED" 

Increasing tlie capital stock of the company from $50,000 to tlie sum of $150,000, 
being an increase of 1,000 shares of $100 each, of which 500 shares shall be prefer- 
ence shares. 

Vide p. 1173, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"MAODONELL & CONYERS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated August 29, 1921. - . - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Donald John MacDonell, Cecil Herbert Conyer« and Leo John 
MacDonell, lumbermen, and Isabel MacDonell and Gwendoline Conyers, married 
women ; ail of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Donald John MacDonell, Cecil Herbert Conyers and 
Leo John MacDonell. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. lOSO, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"ASSOCIATED ARTISTS OF CANADA, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated August 31, 1921. . . - . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — ^Robertson Mulholland, Philip Jennings Mankey and Arthur 
Keelor, commercial artists; Donald Stuart Porter, travelling sialesmen, and Alex- 
ander Davidson Blackwood, book-keeper; all of Toronto, Ont., and Claude Jabez 
Gregoi'y, of Wingham, Out., travelling salesman. ' 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1088, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"GUY WALES, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated August 31, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Breadon Common, advocate; Francis George Bush, book- 
keeper; George Robert Drennan and William Patrick Creagh, stenographers, and 
Michael Joseph O'Brien, clerk; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1084, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 
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114 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
"HILL, BUCHANAN, LIMITED" 

Incorporated August 31, 1921. - - . . Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — William Alfred James Case and Norman Emanuel Strickland, 
solicitore; George Evans Atwood, accountant; Thomas Delany, student-at-law^ 
and Clifford Gordon Lynch, secretary; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors.— The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Biisi)}ess. — Toronto, Ont. 

Oljixts of the Company. — Vide p. 1083, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 1, 1921, to 
''CAKNATION MILK PRODUCTS CO., LIMITED" 

Increasing- the capital stock of the company from $200,000 to the sum of $500,000 
being an addition of 3,000 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 1089, Canada Gazette, 1921-22 



"LEVIS LUMBER COMPANY, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Co.) 

Incorporated September 1, 1921. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $100,000, 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — ^^Shirley Greenshields Dixon, Charles Albert Hale and Louis 

Joseph Barcelo, advocates; James Blaike Knox, lumber merchant; and Mary 

Hall Young, accountant; all of Montreal, Que. . 
First or Provisional Directors. — Shirley Greenshields Dixon, Charles Albert Hale and 

James Blaike Knox. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1164, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" W. T. PEARCE, LIMITED " 

Incorporated 'September 1, 1921. - . - - Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 2,500. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 10,000. — Amount of each common share, $25. 

Corporate Members. — Norman Emanuel Strickland and William Alfred James Case, 

solicitors; George Evans Atwood, accountant; Thomas Delany, student-at-law; 

and Clifford Gordon Lynch, secretary; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Biisiness. — Toronto, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1168, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"WESTERN CONSOLIDATED OILS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 1, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of shares, 500,000. — Amount of each share, no nominal or par value. 
Corporate Members. — John Tipp, manufacturer; William Todd, principal; George 

Erancis Whiteman, student-at-law; John George Blewett, broker, and Frederick 

Brandt, estate agent, all of Edmonton, Alta. 
First or Provisional Directors. — John Tipp, Frederick Brandt, John George Blewett 

and William Todd. 
Chief place of Business. — Edmonton, Alta. , 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 1086, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 115 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

" WILKIKiSON LUBRICATING COMPANY, LIMITED " 

(Private Company) 

Incorporated September 1, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Henry Wilkinson, garage owner, Ernest Victor 
McKague, barrister-at-law; Mary Keenan, stenographer; William Henry Wil- 
kinson, senior, and George Parkhouse, garagemen ; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1341, Canada Gazette, 19'21-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 2, 1921, to 
" THE OFFICE FURNITURE & iSUPPLIES COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Increasing its capital stock from $100,000 to the sum of $200,000, being an addition 
of 1,000 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 10S9, Canada Gazette, 1921-22 



« THE REXHIDE LEATHER PRODUCTS, LIMITED " 

Incorporated September 2, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Anna Hanrahan, book-keeper ; James Davis Beasley and Thomas 
Baker McQuesten, barristers-at-law; Wilbert George Welby and Jessie Yorston, 
clerks; all of Hamilton, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Anna Hanrahan, James Davis Beasley and Wilbert 
George Welby. 

Chief place of Business. — Hamilton, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1167, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" WONDER TRACTOR OF CANADA, LIMITED " 

Incorporated Sepember 2, 1921. - - . - Amount of capital stock, $90,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 5,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $10. 

Number of common shares, 4,000. — Amount of each common share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Leonard Heald, manager, Sydney Blake Tomley, salesman, 
Thomas Barclay Calder, chemist, Stanley Dearden and Thomas Paton, account- 
ants, all of Montreal, Que., and William Albert Magor, of Lakeside, Que., hay 
merchant. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Leonard Heald, Thomas Barclay Calder, iStanley 
Dearden and William Albert Magor. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1240, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 
22— 8 i 



116 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
" DOXALD MORRISON AND COMPANY, LIMITED » 

Incorporated September 6, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — ^Donald Morrison, Donald John Morrison, Angus Murdo Mor- 
rison and Arthur Clarence Heuning, grain merchants; and Johanna Morrison, 
married woman; all of Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — "Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 1167, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" RED CAP PRODUCTS, LIMITED " 

Incorporated September G, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Peter Bercovitch, King's Counsel; Robert Louis Calder, advo- 
cate; Paschal Tache and Margaret McMartin, clerks; and James Johnston, account- 
ant; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Peter Bercovitch, Robert Louis Calder and James 

Johnston. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1171, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued^ September 6, 1921, to 

"THE SASKATCHEWAN VALLEY AND [MANITOBA LAND COMPANY, 

LBIITED » 

Decreasing capital stock of said, company from $3,000,000 to the sum of $75,000, and 

extending powers. 

Vide p. 1485, Canad-a Gazette, 1921-22. 



" CHAPMAN-DART, LIMITED " 

Incorporated September 7, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $155,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 1,500. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 
Number of comon shares, 1,000. — Amount of each common share, no nominal or 

par value. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Armand Migneron, accountant; Zoel Adolphe Lambert 
and Joseph Emile Desy, merchants; Alfred Monast, chemist, and Charles Alfred 
Sylvestre; trustee, all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 1087, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 117 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

- GIRO'S LIMITED '' 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated September 7, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
J>[umber of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Edward Grivell, accountant; Hanna Grace McKeil, Pearl 
Schramm, Bessie Moore Rogers, and Gladys Bickerdike Drysdale, stenographers; 
all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1280, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" HYXDMAX-SMITH CO., LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated September 7, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 
Xumber of shares, 250.- — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Perley Wells and Walter Harold Lynch, both of His 
Majesty's Counsel, learned-in-the-law; Kenneth Albert Wilson, advocate; David 
Wilson, gentleman; and Alexander William Hyndman, medical student; all of 
Sherbrooke, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John Perley Wells, Walter Harold Lynch and Ken- 
neth Albert Wilson, 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Yide p. 1165, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 7, 1921, to 
" MOTION PICTURES CANADA, LIMITED " 

Decreasing the capital stock of the company from $100,000, to the sum of $68,900, 
such decrease being effected by the cancellation of 311 paid up shares of $100 each, 
in the issued capital stock of the company. 

Yide p. laSO, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"OWNES-ELMES MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 7, 1921. - - . . Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 
Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Henry Hague Davis, James Stanley Beatty, John Rudd Rum- 
ball, E'dward Henry Brower and Lawrence Alfred Landriau; all of Toronto, 
Ont., barristers-at-law. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Henry Hague Davis, John Rudd Rumball and 
Lawrence Alfred Landriau. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company.— Yide p. 1103, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



118 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE . 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

"T. L. CHURCH STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 7, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $300,000. 
Number of shares, 3,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Richard Tuson Heneker and Henry Xoel Chauvin, both of His 
Majesty's counsel, learned-in-the-law ; and Harold Earle Walker, advocate; all of 
Montreal, Que.; William Robert Eakin, steamship manager and Alfred Ernest 
Francis, accountant; both of Westmount, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Richard Tuson Heneker, William Robert Eakin and 
AKred Ernest Francis. 

Chief place of Business. — ^^lontreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 1161, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"ALBERT M. WEXER & CO., LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 8, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Stuart LeMesurier, of Westmount, Que., advocate; 
Robertson Fleet, advocate; Joseph Alphonse L'Heureux, book-keeper; Kathleen 
Margaret Walsh and Susan Long, stenographers; of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Robertson Fleet, Charles Stuart LeMesurier, and 
Joseph Alphonse L'Heureux. 

Chief place of Busiiiess. — ^^lontreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Tide p. 1172, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"EDMOXTOX IXVESTMEXT COMPAXY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 8, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 
Xumber of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — ^Hyatt Cox, estate agent; Roy Wesley Henry, insurance agent; 

James Allardice, accountant; George Bligh O'Connor and Cbarles 'Gerald 

O'Connor, barristers; all of Edmonton, Alta. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business: — Edmonton, Alta. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1165, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" IXTERXATIOXAL MACHIXT:RY & SUPPLY COMPAXY, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated September 8, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 
Xumber of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — George Gordon Hyde and Waldo Whittier Skinner, both of His 
Majesty's counsel, learned-in-the-law; John Gerard Ahem, advocate; Ronald 
Cameron Grant; accountant; and Bartley Xelson Holtham, student-at-law; all 
of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — ^[Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1169, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 119 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

" THE ANGUS-KEEFER LUMBER COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated September 9, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 5O0. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate 3Iemhers. — John Edgar Angus, and Norman Grant Keefer, managers; 

Albert Ellis Brown, superintendent; Charles Alexander Cameron, barrister-at-law ; 

and Hilda Fitzgerald, stenographer; all of Belleville, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — John Edgar Angus, Norman Grant Keefer and Albert 

Ellis Brown. 
Chief phice of Business. — Belleville, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. llTl, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" CANADIAN ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY, LIMITED » 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated September 10, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $49,000. 
Number of shares, 490. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Ernest Claud Giarnault Agassiz, publisher; Lome Clayton 
Herdman, stock broker; George Edward Chart, accountant; Berthe Charlebois 
and Mary Blanche McKeown, stenographers ; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Ernest Claud Garnault Agassiz, Lome Clayton 
Herdman, and George Edward Chart. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1235, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" CYCLONE FENCE COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated September 10, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

. Corporate Members. — Joseph Preston Arthur, Charles Frederick Arthur, Joseph 
Slomer, Glen Kellar Smith, James Henry Broad, and Walter Wallace Bilharz, 
manufacturers; all of Waukegan, 111., U.S.A.; and Richard Raymond Reaume, 
of Hamilton, Ont., secretary. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business — Hamilton, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1236, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 10, 1921, to 
"HIGHWAY LIGHTHOUSE COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Amending the Letters Patent incorporating the company. 
Vide p. 1389, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



120 ■ DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
'' WORCESTER FIRE EXTIXGUISHER COMPANY, LIMITED " 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated September 10, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Aubrey Huntingdon Elder, Felix Winfield H'ackett and Win- 
chester Henry Biggar, advocates; Frank Ashvrorth, accountant; and Darley Bur- 
ley-Smith, clerk; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Aubrey Huntingdon Elder, Felix Winfield Hackett 
and Winchester Henry Biggar. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 13S5, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" DOMINION STARCH & DEXTRINE, LIMITED " 

Incorporated September 12, 1921. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Stuart Lane, and Herbert Spencer Wood, solicitors; 
Robert Mdlvenzie, physician; Archibald Sinclair McLean, accountant; and 
Reginald Gordon Bedlington, broker: all of Vancouver, B.C. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Vancouver, B.C. 

Objects of the Company. — Yide p. 1238, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



'' TRANS CANADIAN FINANCE, LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 12, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $^5,000. 
Number of shares, 250. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate if em&ers.— Victor Subosits, of Welland, Ont., banker; Zoltan Fay, mer- 
chant; Salluste Lavery and Maurice Demers, advocates; and Henri Prieur, 
accountant; of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 2099, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"BETTER BATTERY SERVICE, LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 13, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — James Andrew Buist, electrician; Andrew Joseph Ccegrove, 
civil servant ; John Herbert Ferguson, salesman ; Edward Rudolph Martell and 
Cassie McConnell, book-keepers; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Businesss. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1342, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 121 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"GEOEGIAN BAY SILICA, LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 13, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 
Number of shares, 200,000. — Amount oi each share, $1. 

Corporate members. — Sylvanus Ernest Raper and Willis Bailey Sargeant, brokers; 

Henry Cartwright Secord, secretary ; Ida Howell, stenographer ; and Charles 

Herbert Porter, barrister-at-law ; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Sylvanus Ernest Eaper, Willis Bailey Sargeant and 

Henry Cartwright Secord. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 1346, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"CANADIAN IREIGATION, LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 14, 1921. . _ - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 50,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members.— Helen Glen Clark, Margaret Boss Affleck and Eva Worthing- 
ton, stenographers; Charles Henry Bowyer, student-at-law, and John Francis 
Boland, barrister-at-law; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Margaret Roes Affleck, Charles Henry Bowyer and 
John Francis Boland. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 1281, Canada Gazette, 1921-22, 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 14, 1921, to 
"DA-NITE FURNITURE COMPANY, LIMITED," 

Increasing the capital stock of the said company from the sum of $200,000 to the sum 
of $1,000,000, being an addition of 16,000 shares of $50 each, -to the present 
capital stock. 

Vide p. 1234, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"BRITISH FEDERAL SECURITIES CORPORATION, LOaTED " 

Incorporated September 15, 1921, . - . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Annie Almond Honeywell, married woman; Amanda Rom- 
hild and Lottie Edna White, stenographers; Dalton McCarthy and Albert Edwin 
Honeywell, solicitors; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Lottie Edna White, Dalton McCarthy, and Albert 
Edwin Honeywell. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1278, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



122 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
"THE XATIOXAL PHOTOTYPE COMPANY, LIMITED" 
"LA COMPAGNIE NATIOXALE DE PHOTOTYPIE, LIMITEE " 

Incorporated September 15, 1921. . . . Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 
Number of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Joseph Raymond Provost and Alexandre Moore, aocountants ; 
Joseph Grignon and Emile Juneau, barbers ; and Lucien Grignon, photo- 
engraver; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Joseph Raymond Provost, Joseph Grignon and 
Alexandre Moore. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 1393, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"WILLIAM A. GREW AMUSEMENT COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 15, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 100,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Memhers — William Albert Grew, theatrical manager; Jacob Morris, mer- 
chant; Freeman Ferrier Treleaven and Russell Williams Treleaven, barristers; 
and Ada Lowell Kilvington, stenographer; all of Hamilton, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business — Hamilton, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1277, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"LA CIE CANADIENNE DES COURS PAR CORRESPONDANCE, 

LIMITEE " 

Incorporated September 16, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $500,000 
Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Thomas Mailly, teacher; Francois Xavier Champagne, 
bailiff; Leo Patenaude, agent; Auguste Boyer, advocate; and Adrien Dpschate- 
lets, accountant; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1417, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" CLEARFIELD COAL AND STEEL, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated September 16, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Harold Gibbons and David Edward Wilson, merchants; George 
Wilton Rowell and Frank Ashworth, accountants; and Darley Burley-Smith, 
clerk; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Harold Gibbons, David Edward Wilson and Darley 
Burley-Smith. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1343, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 123 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"COLLE & VAN DOOKN", LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 16, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 250. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 250. — Amount of each common share, $100^ 

Corporate Members. — Peter Bercovitch, Kobert Louis Calder, and Adolph Gardner, 
advocates; James Johnston, accountant; and Paschal Tache, clerk; all of Mont- 
real, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Peter Bercovitch, Eobert Louis Calder and Adolph 
Gardner. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1277, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" MACKENZIE MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated September 16, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 
Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Thomas Arthur Beament and Arthur Warwick Beament, 
barristers-at-law ; John Angus MacKenzie, manufacturer; Mona Devine and 
Myrtle Corr, stenographers; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

Fiist or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1282, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 16, 1921, 
" R. & W. GELINAS, LIMITEE," 

Changing the corporate name to 

" RAOUL GELINAS, LIMITEE." 

Vide p. 1380, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"RICHARD FAWCETT & SONS (CANADA), LIMITED" 
(Private Company) 

Incorporated September 16, 1921. - . . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Kenneth Sheridan Ham and Percy Wood Beatty, barristers- 
at-law; John Sidney Smith, law clerk; William George McMullen, book-keeper; 
and Margaret Jean Miller, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Kenneth Sheridan Ham, Percy Wood Beatty, and 
John Sidney Smith. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1344, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



124 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY QF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

"GEORGE J. ATWELL CO., LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated September 19, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Xumber of shares, 1,000. — Amount of eacli sliare, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Frank Breadon Common and Linton Hossie Ballantyne, advo- 
cates; Francis George Bush, book-keeper; George Robert Drennan and William 
Patrick Creagh, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Frank Breadon Common, Linton Hossie Ballantyne 
and William Patrick Creagh. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Tich p. 1384, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"GESTOL DRUG COMPAXY, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated September 19, 1921. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $20,000. 
Number of shares, 200. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Joseph Able Livingston, merchant; Francis Iverson Livingston, 
student; Robert Alexander Wright, accountant; William George Armstrong, 
traveller; and Evelyn Xesbit, druggist; all of Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1388, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE HUNTINGTON MOTORS, LIMITED " 

Incorporated September 19, 1921. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 
Number of sliares, 250. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Arthur Pringle, merchant; Robert Everett Cogland, 
agent; and James Harold Henry, accountant; all of Huntington, Que.; Harlow 
Hulburt H'utchins, manager; and Horace Albert Hutchins, advocate; both of 
Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — ^Huntington, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1346, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" MAPLE DAIRY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated September 19, 1921. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $25. 

Corporate Members. — Alexander Clifford Struthers, Israel Ditkosky, Joseph Edward 
Carr, Joseph Emery Seguin, Henry James Newin and Oliver Seguin; all of 
Montreal, Que., milk merchants. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1393, Canada Gazette, 192il-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 125 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 19, 1921, to 
" TEXTILE MAXUEACTUEINiG COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $50,000, to the sum of $250,000, 

being an increase of 2,000 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 1361, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" BEAEHEAD MIMNG AND EXPLORATION" COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated September 20, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 
Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — ^George Clarke Yalens and Guy Patterson, solicitors; Lewis 
Hurry, manager; Percy Richard Perraton, adjuster; and Loretta Fern Charlotte 
Gunnis, secretary; all of Edmonton, Alta. 
'First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Edmonton, Alta. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1390, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"THE INTERNATIONAL EXPORT COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 20, 1921. - - . - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Maxim Ford, of Montreal, Que., exporter; Gfeorge Oswald 
Albrecht Clendenan, bank manager; Harley Moody Hughes and Earle Cameron 
Popham, barristers-at-law; and Arthur Leslie Ham, student-at-law; all four of 
Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Maxim Ford, George Oswald Albrecht Clendenan and 
Earle Cameron Popham. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1386, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 20, 1921, to 
'' RICE LAKE CANOE COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $100,000 to the sum of $150,000, 

being an increase of 500 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 1339, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"ST. LAWRENCE RIVER TRANSFER COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 20, 1921. - - . - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Hamnett Pinhey Hill and Alexander Christie Hill, barristers-at- 
law; Sydwell Alexander Yalpy Martin, student-at-law; Sarah Florence Mac- 
Dougall, accountant; and Laura Whyte, stenographer; all of Ottawa, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1339, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



126 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 21, 1921, to 
■' B. PLOW k COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $20,000 to the sum of $100,000, 

being an increase of 800 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 13S1, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"BRITISH IMMIGRATIOX AID ASSOCIATION" 

(Association) 

Incorporated September 21, 1921. ----- Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — Leonidas Heber Davidson, doctor of civil law, advocate and 
King's counsel, and chancellor of the diocese of Montreal; Henry Robertson 
Lordly, civil engineer and lieutenant-colonel of the Canadian militia ; John 
Chieholm, Presbyterian clergyman and chaplain and director of immigration at 
city of Montreal; Charles Ernest Gault, stock broker and member of the Legis- 
lative Assembly of the province of Quebec; and Alexander Drummond Stewart, 
physician and surgeon; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief Office of Corporation. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 1395, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 21, 1921, to 
" CHOXTALES MINES, LIMITED," 

Decreasing the capital stock of the company from $1,400,000 to the sum of $1,200,000, 
such decrease being effected by the cancellation of 40,000 unissued shares of $5 
each, and increasing the capital stock of the said company from $1,200,000 to the 
sum of $2,000,000, being an increase of 160,000 shares of $5 each. 
Vide p. 1380, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



''INTERNATIONAL FERRY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 21, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of shares, 20,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 
Corporate Members. — George Campbell Stevenson, of Port Huron, Michigan, U.S.A., 

master mariner; Norman Lisle LeSueur and Francis Peart Dawson, barristers; 

Mary Ellen Oxenham, accountant; and Mary Telfer Murray, stenographer; all 

four of Sarnia, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Sarnia, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1452, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 21, 1921, to 
"MASSON, FORGET & CIE., LIMITEE," 

Changing the name of the company to 

"P. A. MASSON, LIMITEE." 
Vide p. 1380, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 127 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"GARY MOTOR TRUCK CORPORATION OF CANADA, LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 22, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $4,500,000. 
Number of preferred shares, 80,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $25. 
Number of common shares, 500,000. — Amount of each common share, $5. 

Corporate Memhers. — Arthur Wellesley Holmested and Arthur Beresford Mortimer, 
barristers-at-law; William Skelly, Esquire; Leonard Victor Sutton, student-at- 
law; Edith Mary Carruthers, Aileene Ritchie and Minnie Wallace, stenogra- 
phers ; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Busiiiess. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1455, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"IMPERIAL TEA COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 22, 1921. ... Amount of capital stock, $49,000. 
Number of shares, 490. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Meinbers. — Prosper Brissette, Joseph Peter Molloy and James Molloy, 
clerks; Joseph Arthur D'Erouard Dit Villemaire and William Dallas, salesmen; 
all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1453, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"THE LEWIS ENGINEERING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated September 22, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $500,000, 
Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Thomas Nicholas Phelan, James Earl Lawson, John Edward 
Corcoran and John Denis Spellen, barristers-at-law; and Thomas Lindsay 
Robinette, student-at-law; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1446, Canada Gazette., 1921-22. 



"THE MACKENZIE BASIN FISHERIES, LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 22, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 1,850. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 1,500. — Amount of each common share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Clinton James Ford and Leo Herson Miller, barristers; Gerald 
Albert Costigan, student-at-law; Mae Acton and Gertrude Kirkpatriek, steno- 
graphers; all of Calgary, Alberta. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Gerald Albert Costigan, Mae Acton and Gertrude 
Kirkpatriek. 

Chief place of Business. — Calgary, Alta. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 1448, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



128 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

" McNeill sales, lighted " 

Incorporated September 22, 1921. - _ . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Edward Rupert McNeill, manager; "William Louis Scott, 
George David Kelley, Leo Andrew Kelley, and Arthur Stanley Bourinot, bar- 
rifiters-at-law; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of BiLsiness. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 13M, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"ROLLS-ROYCE OF CANADA, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated September 22, 1921. - - . . Amount of capital stock, $5,000. 
Number of shares, 50. — Amount of each share, $100, 

Corporate Memhers. — Louis Philippe Crepeau, advocate and King's counsel; Maurice 
Dngas, Segfried Hinson Read Bush and John Parker Oallaghan, advocates, and 
Clarence Francis McCaffrey, student-at-law; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Segfried Hanson Read B'ush, Maurice Dugas and John 
Parker Oallaghan. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1348, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"TRADES AND LABOUR CONGRESS OF CANADA PUBLISHING CO., 

LIMITED » 

Incorporated September 22, 1921. . . . . Amount of capital stock, $5,000. 
Number of shares, 50. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Harry John Halford, of Hamilton, Ont., barber; Alexander 
McAndrew, of Moose Jaw, Sask., railway worker; Patrick Martin Draper, printer, 
and Tom Moore, carpenter, both of Ottawa, Ont., and Arthur Martel, of Mont- 
real, Que., carpenter. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1447, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"ASSINIBOINE SOUTH HOLDING COIVIPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 23, 1921. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $300,000. 
Number of shares, 300,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — Andrew Knox Dysart, Harrison Dysart, Arthur Long Dysart 
and John LeRoy Ross, barristers-at-law, and Harvey Newton Streight, student- 
at-law; all of Winnipeg, in the province of Manitoba. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Andrew Knox Dysart, Harrison Dysart and Harvey 
Newton 'Streight. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipveg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1454, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 129 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. ^2 

" CENTURY COAL COKPOEATION, LIMITED " 

(As a Priviate Company) 

Incorporated September 23, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
ISTumber of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Kenneth McKeown, advocate and King's counsel; John 
Carruthers Austin and €reorge Edward Chart, accountants; Doris Ida Locke and 
Mary Blanche MoKeown, stenographers ; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — William Kenneth McKeown, John Carruthers Austin 
and George Edward Chart. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Qtie. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 1381, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



''THE B. & P. LABORATORIES, LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 21, 1921. - - . . Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 
Number of shares, 100. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — -Leon Prevost, advertiser, and Georges B'runeau, traveller, both 
of Hull, Que. ; Elphege Provengal, manager, and Edgar Dadey, salesman, of 
Ottawa, Ont., and Victor Benoit, of Aylmer, Que., bank manager. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Leon Prevost, Georges Bruneau and Elphege Pro- 
vencal. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 1382, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"CITIZENS' BOND CORPORATION, LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 24, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $35,000. 
Number of preferred shares, 250. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 2,000. — Amount of each common share no nominal or 

par value. 
Corporate Members. — Harold Learoyd Steele, Norman Stuart Robertson and George 

McClure Willoughby, barristere-at-law ; Gerald Murphy, accountant, and Albert 

Cyril Clark, student-at4aw; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Harold Learoyd Steele, Norman Stuart Robertson 

and George MeClure Willoughby. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vidd. p. 1486, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



"MEREDITH, SIMMONS AND COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 24, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — James Stanley Beatty, John Rudd Rumball, Edward Henry 
Brower, Lawrence Alfred Landriau and Allan Lewis Lewis, solicitors; all of 
Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — James Stanley Beatty, John Rudd Rumball and 
Allan Lewis Lewis. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1556, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 
22—9 



130 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
•Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 24, 1921, to 
" THE OHIO TUEC VACUUM CLEANEK COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that of 
" THE UNITED ELECTRIC COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED " 

Vide p. 1380, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" CANADA CARBIDE SALES CO^IPANY, LIGHTED " 

Incorporated September 26, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Lawrence Macfarlane, Icing's counsel; Gregor Barclay, William 
Bridges Scott and Adrian Xnatchbull-Hugessen. advocates; and James Geary 
Cartwright, office manager; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 149^7, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE FORD IMPORT CO.. LIMITED " 
(Private Company) 

Incorporated September 26, 1921. ... - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 250. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 750. — ^Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Richard Samuel Ford and Hubert Samuel Bell, importers; 

Agnes Orr Robinson and Margaret Ford, married woman ; and Joseph McConnell 

Ford, salesman; all of Vancouver, British Columbia. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Vancouver, B.C. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1457, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" MANAGERS, LIMITED " 

Incorporated September 26, 1921. ... - Amount of capital stock, $5,000. 
Number of shares, 50. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Breadon Common, advocate; Alexander Gordon Yeoman, 
William Patrick Creagh, Lily Irene Bush and Helen Masson, stenographers ; all of 
Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1388, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 131 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

'' WALKINSHAW, BELLAMY AND OVEXS, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated September 26, 19'21. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 
Number of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — ^Ivenneth Ferns MacKenzie, Arthur Wentworth Eoebuck and 
Murray Gordon, solicitors; Georg:e Stinson Saunderson, student-at-law; and 
Hazel Fern Cline, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Kenneth Ferns MacKenzie, Arthur Wentworth Roe- 
buck and Murray Gordon. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 149'8, Canada Gazette, 192CL-22. 



"UNIVERSAL SHOE MACHINERY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 26, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Howard Salter Ross and Eugene Real Angers, advocates; 

Prosper Brissette, clerk; Roland Valois, mechanical engineer, and Adele Claudia 

Pascal, stenographer; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1450, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"SPRINGS AND AUTO PARTS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 27, 1921. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Angus Compston Heighington, Wilfrid Heighington and Cecil 
Finlayson, barristers-at-law; William John Dash, book-keeper; and John Alex- 
ander Boyd, student-at-law; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Angus Compston Heighington, Wilfrid Heighington 
and John Alexander Boyd. 

.Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1562, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" JOSEPH DUFOUR SONS, LIIkOTED " 

Incorporated September 28, 1921. - . _ - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 250. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 760. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Horace Dufour, carriage maker; Cecile Dufour, widow; and 

Charles Avila Seguin, Henri Saint-Jacques and Thomas Charlebois, solicitors; 

al] of Ottawa, One. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Horace Dufour, Cecile Dufour, Cliarles Avila Seguin 

and Thomas Charlebois. 
Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1502, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 
22— 9i 



132 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

"L. HOLSTEIN & COMPANY, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Inoorporated September 28, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Samuel William Jacobs, King's counsel; Isidore Ballon and 

Lazarus Phillips, advocates; Abraham Saul Cohen, accountant; and Joseph 

Philip Beaupre, bailiff; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Isidore Ballon, Lazarus Phillips and Abraham Saul 

Cohen. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 1-190, Canada. Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 29, 1921, to 
"CANADIAN MANHASSET COTTON CO., LIMITED," 

Amending the original Letters Patent. 
Vide p. 1622, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 29, 1921, to 
"MO-THERSILL REMEDY COMPANY, LIMITED 

Amending the provisions of Supplementary Letters Patent, dated August 22, 1910, 

granted to the company. 
Vide p. 14S6, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"I. CURRY AND COl^fiPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 29, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $-40,000. 

Number of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Isaac Curry, druggist; Charles Herbert Porter and Richard 

Henry Neil, barristers-at-law ; Thomas Allen Curry, advertising agent; and Ida 

Howell, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Isaac Curry, Charles Herbert Porter and Thomas 

Allen Curry. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 1488, Canada Gazette, 192r-22. 



"THE ARCTIC EXCHANGE & PUBLISHING, LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 30, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 
Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Alfred Tremblay, explorer; Alexandre Bastien, merchant; 
Francis Joseph Petitclerc, superintendent; and Joseph Phileas Beland, civil 
servant; all four of Quebec, Que.; and Joseph Elzear Bernier, of Levis, Que., 
captain and explorer. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Btisiness. — Quebec, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1623, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 133 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

'^THE ARROW EXPORT COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 30, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Edgar Childs, salesman ; Betty Duncan, book-keeper ; Leonard 
William Reynolds, mechanic; Thomas Patrick O'Connor, real estate agent; and 
Ethel Marion Howe, stenographer ; all of Windsor, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Edgar Childs, Betty Duncan, and Thomas Patrick 
O'Connor. 

Chief place of Business. — Windsor, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1491, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" COMPAGNIE CHIMIQUE J. P. BOUQUET, LIMITEE " 

Incorporated September 30, 1921. . . _ Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Zacharie Gauthier, civil employee; Jules Pierre Bouquet, 
chemist; Thomas Louis deRome, contractor; Peter Arnold McGuire, fire under- 
writer; and Joseph Arcade Bo'Utet, accountant; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1502,. Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"•DOMINION IMMIGRATION AND RELIEF SOCIETY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 30, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $1,500. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $3. 

Corporate Members. — Louis Silverberg and David Resnick, merchants; Sam Lewis, 
machinist; David Shepshelevitz, foreman; Zelick Lifchus, driver; and Isaac 
Gittis, news agent; all of Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1623, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"THE FRONTIER EXPORT COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated September 30, 1921. - - - Amount of. capital stock, $100,000- 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Peter Chauvin, of Riverside, Ont., real estate agent; John 
McManus, Peter Joseph McKeon and Frederick Joseph McEwan, salesmen; 
and Charles Patrick McTague, barrister; all of Windsor, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John McManus, Peter Chauvin andi Peter Joseph 
McKeou. 

Chief place of Business. — Windsoj-, Ont. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 1494, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



-134 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

" THE GEIS^ERAL BUSIIv^ESS SEE.YICE OF CANADA, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated September 30, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — George Wbitaker Morley, Eichard Hierome Sankey, "William 
Osmund Gibson and Jolm Frederick Lucas, barristers-at-law ; and Thomas 
Stewart Hagan Giles, accountant; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — George "SVliitaker Morley, Richard Hierome Sankey 
and Thomas Stewart Hagan Giles. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Oijects of the Company. — Vide p. 1559, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE IvUBAN EXPOET COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated September 30, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Abram Oberholtzer Boehmer, of Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A., 
hotel manager; Eussell James Bicknell, salesman; Frederick Earl Stonehouse, 
clerk; Francis Bertrand Eobert and Morice Goldwin Smith, barristers-at-law; of 
Windsor, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Abram Oberholtzer Boehmer, Eussell James Bicknell 
and Frederick Earl Stonehouse. 

Chief place of Business. — Windsor, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1492, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" MIERNIOKE LAVOIE, LIMITED " 

Incorporated September 30, 1921. - - - - Amoxmt of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Leo Miernicke, real estate agent; Anna Francis Marcon, married 
woman; Eobert King and John Krause, salesman; all of Windsor, Ont.; and 
William Lavoie, of Belle Eiver, Ont., merchant. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Leo Miernicke, Eobert King and William Lavoie. 

Chief 'place of Business. — Belle Eiver, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1487, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE EIVEESIDE EXPOET COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated September 30, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Antoine St. Louis, mayor; Albert Hebert, Leonard 
Eugene Hebert and Herman St. Louis, gentlemen; all of Eiverside, Ont.; and 
Eobert Alexander Moray, of Detroit, Michigan, gentleman. 

First or Provisional Directors. — William Antoine St. Louis, Albert Hebert and 
Leonard Eugene Hebert. 

Chief place of Business. — Eiverside, Ont. . 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1496, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT I35 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

" THE ST. CLAIR EXPORT COIIPANY, LIMITED » 

Incorporated September 30, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,OCK). 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — John Justin Raleigh, Edwin Wigleand Gordon Halstead, real 
estate brokers; Mabel Mary Raleigh and Sara Wigle, married women; all of 
Windsor, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John Justin Raleigh, Edwin Wigle and Gordon 
Halstead. 

Chief place of Business. — ^Windsor, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. '149'3, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued September 30, 1921, to 
" SAJklUEL WE'NER AND CO., LIMITED " 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $150,000 to the sum of $1,000,000, 
being an increase of 8,500 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 155'5, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" STANLEY THOMPSON & C0:MPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated September 30, 19'21. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $75,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 250. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 5O0. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — William James Thompson, barrister-at-law ; Frank Robert 
Thompson, merchant; Stanley Thompson, contractor; Kenneth Welton, Professor 
in Agriculture; and Elizabeth Hunter Thompson, spinster; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — William James Thompson, Frank Robert Thompson 
and Stanley Thompson. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. a49'9, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



«A. J. FREIMAN, LIMITED" 

Incorporated October 1, 1921. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $1,500,000. 
Number of shares, 15,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Archibald Jacob Freiman, merchant; Lilian Bilsky Freiman, 
married woman; Sylvan Renee Ouellette, accountant; George David Kelley, Leo 
Andrew Kelley and William Louis Scott, barristers-at-law, and Joseph Ferdinand 
Asselin, manager; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1500, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



136 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
" THE AQUA ELECTKIC HEATER CO. OF CANADA, LBIITED "^ 

Incorix)rated October 1, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000, 
Xumber of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Louis Augnstin, Cornelio Albert Morin and Conrad Morin, 
manufacturers, and Wilfrid Girouard, trader, of St. Hyacinthe, P.Q. ; Emile 
Ostigny, physician, Paul Emile Ostiguy, financier, Bernier Ostiguy, student, 
Paul St. Germain and Boisdore Panet-Raymond, advocates; of Montreal, P.Q. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — St. Hyacinthe, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1529, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"FELDSPAR MINES CORPORATION, LIMITED" 

Incorporated October 1, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 

Xumber of shares, 100. — Amount of each chare, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Robert Benjamin Henderson, Arthur Macallum Boyd and 

John Robertson O'Connor, barris^ers-at-law ; Joseph Denny and "William Lynn. 

Bailey Smart, students-at-law ; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1570, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued October 1, 1921, to 
"SUMBLING MACHINERY COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Subdividing the 10,000 shares of the capital stock of the company of the par value 

of $100 each, into 100,000 shares of $10 each. 

Vide p. I486, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"JANE DREW CANDY COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorijorated October 3, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Thomas Stewart Hagan Giles, accountant; Peter White, 

King's counsel; Everett Bristol, Bert Henry Luther Symmes and James Moffat 

Forgie, barristers-at-law ; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1571, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"TRIUMPH MOTOR EQUIPMENT COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated October 3, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of shares, 2,500.— Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Harvey Nelson Bingham, mechanical engineer; Frederick John 

Sweetlove and Harry Sweetlove, pattern makers; Herbert Embree, machinist: 

Elizabeth Jane Bingham, married woman, and Theresa Cherrier, barrister; all 

of Hamilton, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Harvey Nelson Bingham, Herbert Embree and 

Theresa Cherrier. 
Chief place of Business. — Hamilton, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1565, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 137 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

" CANADIAN SAWDUST COMPANY, LIMITED " 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated October 4, 1921. - - - Amount of capital etock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Mernbers. — Frank Breadon Common, advocate; Francis George Bush and 
Herbert William Jackson, book-keepers; and George Robert Drennan and Wil- 
liam Patrick Creagh, stenographers; all of Montreal, Q'ue. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Frank Breadon Common, Francis George Bueh and 
William Patrick Creagh. 

Chief place of Busin.ess — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1566, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"GUARANTY DYEING AND FINISHING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated October 4, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $65,000. 
Number of preferred shares, 500. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 3,000. — Amount of each common share, no nominal or 

par value. 

Corporate Members. — Nella Louisa Nelson and Mary Catharine Houston, stenogra- 
phers; Frank William Kruger, chemist; George Bennett Burson and Robert 
Blank Johnston, barrieters-at-law ; all of St. Catharines, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — St. Catharines, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1567, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"ANGUS AND TAYLOR, LIMITED" 

Incorporated October 5, 1921. - - - Amount of capital fetock, $250,000. 

Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Henry Westlake Angus, architect; Herbert James McAuelan, 

engineer; William George Armstrong; manager; John Rankin Taylor and 

Joseph Michael Bourke, contractors all of North Bay, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business.— ^orih Bay, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1561, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"EMPRESS LUMBER COMPANY, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated October 5, 1921. - - - " - Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 
Number of shares, 250. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Gordon Stewart Raphael, lumberman; Euphemia Lawrence 
Raphael, married woman; Annie Louise Raphael, nurse; plarence MacLean 
O'Brian and Edward Monroe Craven McLorg, solicitors; all of Vancouver, B.C. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Vancouver, B.C. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1625,Canada Gazette, 19'21-22. 



138 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
"JAMES J. CEAIG & COMPANY, LIMITED" 
Incorporated October 5, 1921. - ^ - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500.— Amount of eacli share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Harley Moody Hughes and Earle Cameron Popham, barrkters- 
at-law; George Peterkin MacLeod, John Sinclair McPherson and Arthur Leslie 
Ham, students-at-law ; all of Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — ^Harley Moody Hughes, Earle Cameron Popham and 
George Peterkin MacLeod. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Qne. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1557, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"SAGEE GLASS COEPORATIOX, LIMITED" 

Incorporated October 5, 1921. . . . . Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 8,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $25. 

Number of common shares, 60,000. — Amount of each common share, $5, 

Corporate Members. — Arthur Wellesley Holmsted and Arthur Beresford Mortimer, 
barristers-^at-law; Leonard Victor Sutton, student-at-law; Eobert Johnson Cluff, 
manufacturer; Aileene Eitchie, Minnie Wallace and Edith Mary Carruthers, 
stenographers; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1573, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" BUEEAED DEY DOCK CO:\IPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated October 6, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Clarence Wallace and John Joseph Coughlan, shipbuilders, and 
Eobert Scott Lennie, barrister-at-law; all three of Vancouver, B.C.; and Eobert 
Abercrombie Pringle and Louis Cote, of Ottawa, Ont., barristers-at-law. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Clarence Wallace, John Joseph Coughlan and Eobert 
Scott Lennie. 

Chief place of Business. — North Vancouver, B.C. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1564, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"SNYDEE BEOTHEES, LIMITED" 

Incorporated October 6, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $600,000. 

Number of shares, 6,000.^Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members.— Revheft Maplon Snyder, Alfred Hartman Snyder and Clayton 
Henry Snyder, manufacturers; Elma Priscilla Snyder, Geneva Edna Snyder and 
Marjorie Belle Snyder, married women; all of Waterloo, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors.— RerheH Maplon Snyder, Alfred Hartman Snyder and 
Clayton Henry Snyder. 

Chief place of Business. — Waterloo, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1565, Canada Gazette, 1921-22, 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 139 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

" CANADIAN OONCEETE STEEL COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated October 7, 1921. - . . - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 
Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Edmund Parker Dale Harris, advocate, Minnie Bradley, Mar- 
garet Hartley, Mary Kaufman and Lillian Margaret Gallagher, stenographers; 
all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corf)orate menihers. 

Chief place of 5w^mess.— Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1569, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"LA COMPAGNIE DE CONSTKIJCTION DU PEUPLE, LIMITEE " 
"THE PEOPLE CONSTEUCTION COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated October 7, 1921. . . - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each shiare, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Rodolphe Roy, commercial traveller; Ildas Caisse, 
notary ; Philippe Trottier, accountant, and auditor ; Alexandre Dumani, manager, 
and Charles Edouard Trottier, merchant; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1691, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued October 7, 1921, co 
" DOBELL COAL COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Increasing the capital stock of the com,pany from $100,000 to the sum of $250,000, 

being an increase of 1,500 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 1622, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"H. DUPUIS & EILS, LIMITEE" 

Incorporated October 7, 1921. - . - - Amount of capital stock, $300,000. 
Number of shares, 3,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Augusta Simon and Blanche Dupuis, book-keepers; 

Francois Albert Labelle, notary public; Telesphore Legault, labourer, and Joseph 

Wilfrid Ste. Marie, advocate; all of Hull, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Hull, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1692, Canada Gazette. 1921-22, 






"THE STEEL CITY EXPORT COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated October 7, 1921. . . . - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Abraham Applebaum, Frank Dies^bourg, Arthur Diesbourg and 
Gordon Crawford, of Windsor, Ont., gentlemen, and Charles Diesbourg, of Belle 
River, Ont., farmer. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Abraham Applebaum, Arthur Diesbourg and Charles 
Diesbourg. 

Chief place of Business. — Petite Cote, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1624, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



140 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

" HYGIENE PKODUCTS, LIMITED " 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated October 8, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $l(k),0O0. 
Xuimber of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Louis Philippe Crepeau, King's counsel; Maurice Dugas, 
Segfricd Hinson Pead Bush and John Parker Callaghan, advocates; and Clar- 
ence Ii^ancis McCaffrey, student-at-l^w ; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate mem'bers. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 1569, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"MONGEAU & ROBERT, LIMITEE " 

Incorporated October 8, ]921. ------ Amount of capital stock, $99,000. 

Xumber of shares, 990. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Joseph Mongeau and Achille Robert, merchants; Jules Bour- 

gouin, accountant; Benjamin Benoit, advocate, of Montreal, Quebec; and Julian 

Mongeau. farmer, of Saint Michel. Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief plac-i of Business — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 2009, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE DOMINION THRESHER AND IMPLEMENT COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated October 10, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Nuniber of shares, 100,000. — Amoxmt of each share, $10. 
Corporate Members. — Alexander Stuart Clarke and James Boyd Moon, barristers; 

Margaret Robbie, stenographer; James Robert Baird and John Thompson Allen, 

merchants* all of Mount Eorest, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — New Hamburg, Ont. 
Objects of the Compan'y.—Vide p. 1686, Can^ada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" KELLY COYLE, LI^^HTED " 

Incorporated October 10, 1921. - - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — John Thomas Kelly and John Coyle, manufacturer's agents; 
James Frederick !M»eCallum, barrister-at-law; John Maurice Henry Shline, 
student-at-law; and Sarah Penston, stenographer; all of Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — ^Winnip^, Man. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 1688, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued October 10. 1921, to 
" SUSSEX MINERAL SPRINGS, LIMITED," 

Increasing ihe capital stock of the company from $10,000 to the sum of $60,000, being 
an increase of 2,000 shares of $25 each. 
Vide p. 2102, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 141 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 
"WESTFRN PASTE AKD GUM COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED" 

(Private Comp'any) 

Incorporatf.d: October 10, 19'21. ------ Amount of caipital stook, $^2',5<)0. 

Numiber of shares, 25. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Lawton Cort Bonney and! Frank Benjamin Baker, manufac- 
turers* Lyman May Paine, attorney-at-law; and Spencer Allan Tilden, sales 
manager; all four of Chicago, Illinois; and William Charles Harold Swinburne, 
of Brampton, Ont., barrister-at-law. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 157'2, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" AUTOMATIC WATEE-OIL BURNER COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated October 11, 19211. ----- Amount of capital stock., $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Alexander Papineau Mathieu and Annand Mathieu, advocates; 

Peter Frank Richardson, broker; Reginald Mayall, clerk; and" John Phelan Cal- 

laghan. manager; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — ^The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1687, Caivada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE OTTAWA METAL PRODUCTS, LIMITED " 

Incorporated October 11, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $300,000. 
Numher of shares, 3,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — ^^Thomas Scanlan Coleman, life insurance insipector; Edgar 
Hamilton, Featherstonhaugh and Adrian Mar.sh Wright, civil servants; Kenneth 
Clark Macpherson and Frank McGarvey, manufacturers' agents; all of Ottawa, 
Ont. 
.First or Provisional Directors. — Thomas Scanlan Coleman, Edgar Hamilton Feather- 
stonhaugh and Adrian Marsh Wright. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company — Vide p. 1685, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" FERGUSON DRUG COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated October 12, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 50,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — John Callahan, Frank Regan and Edward Murphy, barristers- 
•at-law; Joseph Garvey, student-at-law ; and Loretto Duggan, stenographer; all 
of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1689, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



142 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

'' MURRAY W. HAYES AXD CO., LIMITED » 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated October 12, 1921. - - . . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Xumber of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Aims Sydney Bruneau, John Keriy, Shirley Greenshields Dixon 
and Edmund Parker Dale Harris, advocates; and Mary Kaufman, stenographer; 
all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Aime Sydney Bruneau, John Kerry and Edmund 
Parker Dale Harris. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Tide p. 1690, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" HART & LEEEBER, LIMITED " 

Incorporated October 13, 1921. - - . - Amount of capital stock, $20,000. 
Nuimber of shares, 200. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Thomas Joseph Coonan, Arthur Reginald Whitney Plimsoll 
and Michael Thomas Burke, advocates ; Edmund Hugh Reilly, notary ; and Henry 
Harold Kavanagh, student; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Thomas Joseph Coonan, Arthur Reginald Whitney 
Plimsoll and Michael Thomas Burke. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Tide p. 1725, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issoied October 13, 1921, to 
"POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY, LIl^QTED " 

Changing the name of the company to 

"JENSSEX ENGINEERING PRODUCTS, LIMITED" 

Vide p. 1722, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued October 13, 1921, to 
"TEASDALL HOSIERY MILLS, LIMITED" 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $50,000 to the sum of $150,000, 

being an increase of 1,000 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 1685, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"RED ARROW TIRES, LIMITED" 

Incorporated October 14, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $2,000,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 10,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 200,000. — Amount of each common share, $5. 

Corporate Memhers. — John James Turner and Robert Hicks, merchants; George 
Alexander Gillespie, Peter Pederson Westbye and John Raymond McDonald, 
manufacturers ; Jessie Stevens, stenographer ; and Robena Hardwick, book-keeper ; 
all of Peterborough, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — ^Peterborough, Ont. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Tide p. 1723, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 143 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

'' KELLEY ct KELLEY OF CAXADA, LIMITED " 

Incorporated October 15, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $49,000. 

Number of shares, 490. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — 'Frank Callaghan and John Doherty Kearney, advocates; Percy 

Arnott Gregory, secretary; and James EdSvard Duckett and Charles Coderre, 

students; all of Montreal, Quebec. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Frank Gallaghan, John Doherty Kearney and Percy 

Arnott Gregory. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 1724, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE CONSOLIDATED DEY GOODS COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED " 

Incorporated October 17, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $260,000. 

Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Norma Lown, barrister-at-law ; Lillian Dillon, Eita Hatton, 

Mary Alice Corbett, Hilda Annie Lewis and Emma Staples, stenographers; and 

Mabel Bruce, office clerk; all of Toronto, Ontario. 
First or Frofisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 1793, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued October 17, 1921, to 
LEPAGE-SOUBLIBRE, LIMITE'E, 

Changing the name of the company to that of 

SOUBLIERE-LEPAGE, LIMITEE— SOUBLIERE-LEPAGE, LIMITED. 

Vide p. 18'04, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"ALLIANCE BRASS COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated October 18, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $75,000. 
Number of shares, 750. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — George Newcombe Gordon and Joseph Aloysius O'Brien, solicit- 
ors; Maude Leahy and Jessie Stevens, stenographere, and Robena Hardwick, 
book-keeper; all of Peterborough, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — George Newcombe Gordon, Joseph Aloysius O'Brien 
and Maude Leahy. 

Chief place of Business. — Peterborough, Ont. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 1722, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" BRASS & BRONZE MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED " 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated October 18, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each ehare, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Walter Alfred Merrill and Archibald Stalker, advocates; Jean 

Lang Muir, accountant; Emily Oldroyd and Mae Margaret Anna Johnston, 

secretaries; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1795, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



144 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

" HEPPNER ELEVATOR COMPANY, LIMITED " 

lucorporated October IS, 1921. . - . - Amount of capkal stock, $200,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 1,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 1,000. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Maxwell Heppner, grain dealer; Sara Heppner and Annie Green, 
married women; Marcel Marcus, barrister-at-law, and Gladys Crozieir, steno- 
grapher; all of Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Maxwell Heppner, Sara Heppner and Gladys Crozier. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Ohjects of the Company.— Vide p. 2006, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"DAVIDSON & SMITH, LIMITED" 

IncoriKirated October 19, 1921. . . . - Amount of capital stock, $2,500,000. 
Numher of chares, 25,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Lynn Davidson, of Vancouver, British Oolumbia, grain 

merchant; John Russell Smith, grain merchant; Michael McCulloch, accountant; 

Harold St. Clair Scarth and Shirley Patrick Gemmill, barristers-at-law; all four 

of Winnipeg, Man. 
First or Provisional Directors. — John Lynn Davidson, John Russell Smith and 

Michael McCulloch. 
Chief place of Business. — Fort William, Ont. 
Ohjects of the Compayiy. — Vide p. 1792, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"ASSOCIATED CANADIAN TRAVELERS" 

(Association) 

Incorporated October 20, 1921. . . . . . Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Herring, Thomas Joseph Moore, John Thomas McChil- 
loch, Ernest Reginald Ford, Lee Graham Mclntyre, Walter Gordon Cochrane, 
Harry Lloyd Jackson, Reginald George Smith, Albert Taylor, George Ellis and 
John Robert Renton, commercial travellers; Patrick Henry Walsh and Arthur 
Oary Ruby, insurance agents; all of Calgary, Alberta. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief Office of said Corporation. — Calgary, Alta. 

Objects of the Association. — Vide p. 1797, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 

"CANADIAN MINERALS FINANCE CORPORATION, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated October 20, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. , 

Corporate Members. — Edward Herbert Amhrose, Henry Arnold Burbidge and Donald 
Black Sinclair, barristers-at-law; George Alexander Young, solicitor's clerk; Amy 
Helena Johnson, Marjorie Elizabeth Ironside and Isabell Glen, stenographers-; all 
of Hamilton, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said coriX)rate membere. 

Chief place of Business — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1802, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 145 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 
'• CONSOLIDATED BULLI0:N^ HYDRAULIC MINING COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated October 20, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $5,000,000. 
Numiber of shares, 5,000,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — Richard Frederick Marpole, merchant; John Walter Macfarlane, 
lumberman; Edward Courtenay Mayers and Robert Smith, solicitors, of Van- 
couver, British Columbia, and Samuel Marcus Goldman, of Bullion, British 
Columbia, oil operator. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Richard Frederick Marpole, Samuel Marcus Goldman 
and John Walter Macfarlane. 

Chief place of Business. — Vancouver, B.C. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2002, Canada Gazette, 1921-22, 



"THE INTERNATIONAL WHEEL AND RIM COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated October 20, 1921. . . . . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — ximount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — George Whitaker Morley, Richard Hierome Sankey, William 
Osmund Gibson and John Frederick Lucas, barristers-at-'law, and Thomas Stewart 
Hagan Giles, accountant; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1796, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Pa'tent iseued October 20, 1921, to 
" MANAGERS, LIMITED " 

Changing the corporate name of the company to 
"RIORDAN SALES CORPORATION, LIMITED" 

Vide p. 1804, Canada Gazette, 1921-22, 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued' October 22, 1921, to 
" BEAVEB TRUCK CORPORATION, LIMITED " 

Extending the powers of the company. 
Vide p. 1903, Canadu Gazette, 1921-22. 



" MONTREAL GRAIN & SHIPPING CORPORATION, LIMITED " 

Incorporated October 22, 1921. . . . . Amount of capital stock, $100,000, 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Henry Noel Chauvin, John Joseph Meagher and Harold Earle 
Walker, all three of His Majesty's counsel, learned-in-the-law ; Henri Crepeau, 
advocate; and Hugh Wylie, accountant; all of Montreal, Quebec. 

First or P>-ovisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1800, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 
22—10 



146 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
•' CA2s"ADIAX CARIBBEAN COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Lncoi-poi-iited October 24, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $125,000. 

Xumber of preferred shares, 1,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $50. 

Number of common shares) 7,500. — Amount of each common share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — ^Francis Joseph Laverty, of Westmount, Quebec, King's counsel: 
Charles Albert Hale, Shirley Greenshields Dixon and Louis Joseph Barcelo^ 
advocates; and Edith Lilian Pearson, clAk; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1991, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" MOLER SYSTEM OF BARBER SCHOOLS, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated October 24, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000- 
Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members.- — David Kinnon, manager; John Tcliver McNeil and David 
Handel, instructors; Percy Austin White, law student; and Jennie Denny Crowe,, 
book-keeper; all of Vancouver, B.C. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Vancouver, B.C. 

Objects of the Company. — Tide p. 1888, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"NATIONAL ALUMNI, LIMITED" 

Incorporated October 24, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — William Walter Perry, company secretary; Charles Herbert 
Croft Leggott and Edna Fitzsimons, accountants; Nellie MacDonald and Ethel 
Augusta Hawkes, stenographers; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors: — William Walter Perry, Cliarles Herbert CToft 
Leggott and Edna Fitzsimons. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2012, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



-ROLLING STORES, LIMITED" 

Incorporated October 24, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 25. — Amount of each preferred share, $1,000. 

Number of common shares, 750. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Aimer Edward Swanson, broker; Margaret Foley and Minerva 
Johnson, stenographers, of Deti'oit, Michigan; William Cook and John Samuel 
Williams, of Windsor, Ont., managers. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Windsor, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1896, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 147 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"SMITH & NEPKEW, LIMITED" 

Ineoi-porated October 24, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — ^Francis Joseph Laverty, King's counsel; Charles Albert Hnle, 
Shirley Greeiishields Dixon, Louis Joseph Barcelo and Arthur Ives Smith, 
advocates; all of Montreal, Que. 

F'rst or Proxnsional Directors. — Francis Joseph Laverty, Charles Albert Hale ana 
Sliirley Greenshiekfe Dixon. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p, 18'91, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" VAWTEE LUCKETT, LIMITED " 

Incorporated October 24, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 
Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Joseph Hughes, Daniel Patrick James Kelley and 
Auhrey Thomas Maher, barristers-at-law; Isadore Levinter and Frank Gerrard 
Joseph McDonagh, students-at-law; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief vJace of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. ISS?, Ganadki Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE YULCAN COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated October 24, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 
Number of preferred shares, 15,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $10. 
Number of common shares, 10,000. — Amount of each common share, $10. 

Corporate Members.- — Aubrey Richard Boug, merchant ; Morley Winson Calcott and 
Francis Ellerker Wray, manufacturers; Sobn Heddon Anderson, clerk; and 
Edwin Bartholomew Powell, gentleman; all of London, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Aubrey Richard Boug, Morley Winson Calcott and 
Francis Ellerker Wray. 

Chief place of Business. — London, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1892, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" WHEELER-REID PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated October 24, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of preferred shares, i500. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 2,000. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members.-^George Adelard Morrison and Egbert William Westover, advo- 
cates; and Donald Deeks, salesman; of Montreal, Quebec; Edward Andrew D. 
Morgan and Frederick Thomas Enright, of Westmount, Que., advocates. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Busiiiess. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1896, Canada Gazette, 1921-22, 
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148 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

" WHOLE ORAIN^ WHEAT COMPANY OE CANADA, LIMITED » 

Incorporated October 34, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 
Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each- share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Wilson tSaunders Morden, barrister; Ernest William McNeill, 
secretary; 'Carroll Dana Dyke, real estate broker; Wilhelmine Evelyn Eckardt, 
clerk; and Marjorie Maclnnes, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Wilson Saunders Morden, Ernest William McNeill, 
Carroll Dana Dyke and Wilhelmine Evelyn Eckardt. 

Cliief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1893, Canada Gazette^ 192'l-2'2. 



''APOSTOLIC CHUKCH OF PENTECOST" 
(Association) 

Incorporated October 25, 1921. Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — Erank Sma'li and Henry Charles Sweet, Ministers; William 
^ Emmanuel iBooth-Clibbon and Albert Welcome Booker, Evangelists ; L^riass 

Strome, manager; William Arthur Morden, agent; James Callum Anderson. 

grocer, and Henry Cyrus Morrison, barrister-at-law, of Winnipeg, Man., Howard 

Archibald Goss, of Toronto, Ont., Minister; Andrew David L^rshan, of Montreal, 

Que., Evangelist; Clarence Lancelot Cross, of Lansdowne, Ont., Evangelist; and 

William Philips, of Dauphin, Man., Evangelist. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Frank Small, William Emmanuel Booth-Clibborn, 

Henry Charles Sweet, Andrew David Urshan, Howard Archibald Goss, Claren<?e 

Lancelot Cross and William Philips. 
Chief Office of Corporation. — Winnipeg, Man. 
Objects of the Corporation. — Tide p. 2097, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" GENERAL NEWS AND ADVERTISING AGENCY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated October 25, 1921. - . - . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100, 

Corporate Members. — Edmond Etienne Montet and Gerin Normand, Puhlicists; Leon 
Trepanier, journalist; and Joseph Emile Dioune and Albert Sylvestre, account- 
ants; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1895, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE ROMAN MEAL COMPANY, LIMITED » 

Incorporated October 25, 1921. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $600,000. 
Amoimt of shares, 60,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Robert George Jackson, of Buffalo, New York, physician; 
Edward John Swift, accountant; Edith Grace Gore and Clara Gertrude Niblett, 
book-keepers ; and Hazel Loveys, stenographer ; all four of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 1897, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 149 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"WILLIAMS EI^GINEERINO COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated October 25, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members.— Alired Neville Williams and Reginald Joseph Charles Wil- 
liams, contractors; John Medley de Courcy O'Grady and Gerald Francis de 
Courey O'Grady, barristers-at-law; and Muriel Olive Green, stenographer; all of 
Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors.— AMred Neville Williams, Eeginald Joseph Charles 
Williams and John Medley de Courcy O'Grady. 

Chief place of Business- — ^Winnipeg, Manitolaa. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1896, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" GUY TOMBS, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Co.) 

Incorpprated October 26, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Breadon Common, advocate; Francis George Bush and 
Herbert William Jackson, book-keepers; George Robert Drennan and William 
Patrick Creagh, stenographers ; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. ' 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2-004, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"HOME INDUSTRIES CORPORATION, LIMITED" 

Incorporated October 26, 1921. - - . . Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 
Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Walter Joseph Shea, manufacturer's agent; Ernest Brodeur, 
accountant; Roy .Saunders Page, clerk; Mary Roberts, secretary; and Emil'e 
Albert Brodeur, manager; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1994, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



''SAGAMORE COAL COMPANY, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated October 26, 1921. - . . . Amount of capital stock, $2,500. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of eaoh share, without nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Breadon Common, advocate; Francis George B'ush and 
Her'bert William Jackson, book-keepers; George Robert Drennan and William 
Patrick Creagh, stenographers, and Michael Joseph O'Brien, clerk; -all of Mont- 
real, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 1996, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



150 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
" CAXADIAX LEVER SPRINGS, LIMITED " 

Incorporated October 27, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $500,0CK). 
Xumber of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Harry Joseph Xorthgraves Hastiuigs, broker; Edgerton Roland 
Wilson, manufacturer; William Barron Warren, merchant; William Graham 
Ferguson, manager, and James Fordyce Strickland, solicitor; all of Peterborough, 
Out. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said cori^orate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Peterborough, Ont. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 1900, Caiiada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"DOMIXIOX IXCIXERATOR OOMPAXY, LIMITED" 

Ineorjwrated October 27, 1921. - . . - Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 

Xumber of shares, 250. — Amount of each share. $100. 
Corporate Members. — Frank Callaghan and John Doherty Kearney, advocates; Percy 

Arnott Greg'ory, secretary; James Edward Duckett and Charles Coderre, students; 

all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Frank Callaghan, John Doherty Kearney and Percy 

Arnott Gregory. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1S99, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"H. H. WEEKS, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Comipany) 

Incorporated October 27, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Xumber of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Howard Henly Weeks, merchant; Gui Oasimir Papineau- 
Couture, King's 'Counsel; Edmund Parker Dale Harris, advocate; Minnie Bradley 
and Lillian Margaret Gallagher stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Howard Henly Weeks, Gui Casimir Papineau- 
Couture and Edmund Parker Dale Harris. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1902, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued October 27, 1921, to 
"THE SEA SLED COMPAXY, LIMITED" 

Changing the coriwrate name of the company to 

"THE IXTERXATIOXAL MOTOR BOAT COMPAXY, LIMITED" 

Vide p. 2016, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"UXITED CIGAR STORES, LIMITED" 

Incorporated October 27, 1921. - - - Amount of capital <5tock, $3,000,000. 
Xumber of shares, 600,000. — Amount of each share, $5. 

Corporate Members. — George Meredith Huycke and Xorman Emanuel Strickland, 
barristers-at-law ; George Evans Atwood and James Broadbent Taylor, account- 
ants, and Clifford Gordon Lynch, secretary ; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1889, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 151 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"ALEMITE PRODUCTS COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED" 

Incorporated October 28, 1921. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amoun't of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Robert James Graham and George Ketchen Graham, manu- 
facturers ; Jamieson Bone, secretary-treasurer ; Henry Corby MacKay, account- 
ant, and Thomas Harold Coppin, clerk ; all of Belleville, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Robert James Graham, George Ketchan Graham and 
Jamieson Bone. 

Chief place of Business. — Belleville, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2008, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"LA COMPAGNIE DE PUBLIOITE RURALE, LIMITEE " 

Incorporated October 28, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Noe Ponton, journalist ; Jean Trudel and Arthur Yvon, 
advocates; Emile Joseph Taillon, accountant, and Adjutor Cote, notary; all of 
Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Joseph Noe Ponton, Jean Trudel and Arthur Yvon. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 2009, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"MANITOBA HAIR GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated October 28, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Person, hair goods merchant; Clive Jeffrey Macleod, 
Russell William Campbell, John Campbell Broadfoot and William Howard 
August, solicitors; all of Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Director's. — The said corpoi-'ate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man! 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1898, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"McCALLUM'S (DIRECT SUPPLY) STORES, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Comi>any) 

Incorporated October 28, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $260,000. 
Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Charles Harold Swinburne, of Brampton, Ontario, 
barrister ; Frank Whitney Richardson, William Arlington Murray arid James 
Bruce O'Brien, students-at-law, and James Arthur Boles, barrister; all four of 
Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — William Charles Harold Swinburne, Frank Whitney 
Richardson and James Arthur Boles. 

Chief place of Business. — Brampton, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1992, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



152 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued October 29, 1921, to 
" ALBERT M. WENBR & CO., LIMITED " 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $100,000 to the sum of $200,000, 
being an increase of 1,000 shares of $100 each, and amending the Letters Patent 
incorporating the company by converting the company from a public company 
into a private eomrpany. 

Vide p. 2016, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued October 29, 1921, to 
'• HIGHWAY LIGHTHOUSE COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Decreasing the capital stock of the company from $1,000,000 dtollars to the siim of 
$600,000, such decrease being affected by cancelling of the unissued capital stock 
of the company 4,000 preference shares of the par value of $25 each, and 30,000 
common shares of the par value of $10 each. 

Vide p. 2016, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" M-S-K HOMES CORPORATIOX, LIMITED " 

Incorporated October 29, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $45,000. 
Number of shares, &,000. — Amount of each share, without nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Colville Sinclair and Ralph Erskin Allan, advocates; William 
Taylor, manager; Angus McLeod Murray, clerk; and Eraneis Henderson Robert- 
son, accountant; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1998, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE SEA-SLED COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated October 29, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 
Number of shares, 40,000. — Amount of each share, $25. 

Corporate Members. — William James Shaughnessy and Chilion Graves Heward, both 
of His Majesty's counsel, learned-in-the-law ; Rufus Clement Holden, junior, 
advocate; Alfred Boreham Wright, Clarence Arnold and Bruce Forbes, steno- 
graphers; and Archibald Hall, clerk; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 2011, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" AUTOMATIC APPLIANCES, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated October 31, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $60,000. 

Number of shares, 12,000. — Amount of each share, $5. 
Corporate Members. — George Westley Kelley, inventor; Frederick Emmerson Long, 

electrician; Gerald Lawler Hogan, salesman; Jean Cairns Morris and John Arthur 

Christilaw, barristers-at-law; all of Hamilton, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — George Westley Kelley, Frederick Emmerson Long 
and Gerald Lawler Hogan. 
Chief place of Business. — Hamilton, Ont 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2001, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 153 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

'' THE LONDON EXPORT COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated October 31, 1921. . - - . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each, share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Joseph Voisine, real estate agent; Alfred William Anderson, 
contractor; and William John Hunter, electrical engineer; all three of Detroit, 
^lichigan; and Sidney Anderson, of Pontiac, Michigan, contractor; and John 
Richardson, of Windsor, Ont., cartage agent. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Joseph Voisine, Alfred William Anderson and Sidney 
Anderson. 

Chief place of Business. — Petite Cote, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2006, Canada Gazette , 1^21-22. 



"MOLYBDENITE REDUCTION COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated October 31, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $2,000,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 50,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $10. 

Number of common shares, 150,000. — Amount of each common share, $10. 

Corporate Memhers. — Joseph Alexandre Mercier, of Outremont, Que., advocate; John 
Alexander Sullivan, advocate; Louis Achille Beriau, notary; Corinne Turpin and 
Leontine Couture, clerks; of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Joseph Alexandre Mercier, John Alexander Sullivan 
and Louis Achille Beriau. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the C ompany .—V ide p. 2,000, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"THE ALBERTA FOUNDRY & MACHINE COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated November 2, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 
Number of shares, 20,000. — Amount of each share, $50. 

Corporate Memhers. — Alexander Hannah, Alexander James Mulligan, Orrin Henry 
Eyres Might and George Fenwick Buchanan, barristers-at-law ; and Harold Claric 
Johnston, student-at-law ; all of 'Calgary, Alta. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — ^Medicine Hat, Alta. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 2092, Canada Gazette, 19'21-22. 



"EAST VIEW EXPORT COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated November 2, 1921. ----- Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 

Number of shares, 100. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Louis Cote, of Ottawa, Ontario, barrister-at-law ; John Henry 
Pope, of Montreal, Quebec, broker; John Baptist Langlois and Stanislas Lang- 
lois, farmers; and Homer Theodule Cabana, agent; of Granby, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — 'Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 1998, Canada Gazette, 192^1-22. 



154 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
''THE INTERNATIONAL HOLDING CORPORATION, LIMITED" 

Incorporated November 2, 1921. - - . - Amount of capital stock, $400,000.. 
Number of shares, 4,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Paul St. Germain, King's Counsel; Leopold Guerin, Boisdore 
Panet-Raymond, and Paul Emile Renaud, advocates; Achille Raymond, account- 
ant; Gabrielle Vander Meergchen, stenographer; and Leon David Germain, 
student; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2124, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



'^ORPHEUM PLAYERS, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Co.) 

Incorporated November 2, 1921. - . - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Charles Henry Maclaren, Hamnett Pinhey Hill and Alexander 
Christie Hill, barristers-at-law; Edna May Stanzel and Laura Whyte, stenogra- 
phers; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 1901, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" SAMSON ANGUS, Li:\nTED " 

Incorporated November 2, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $49,900. 

Number of shares, 499. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Etienne Samson, manufacturer; Sophie Eiset, married 
woman; Antonelli Gosselin, accountant; of Quebec, Que., and Alexander Ramsay 
Angus, manager; and James Paton Angus, assistant manager, of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Joseph Etienne Samson, Alexander Ramsay Angus 
and Antonelli Gosselin. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2137, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" WALLACE & TIERNAN, LIMITED " 

Incorporated November 2, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 
Number of shares, 100. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Edgar Bastedo, barrister-at-law; Henry Scott Ritchie, 
student-at-law ; Annie Collier, Eileen Ward and Sara Olive Hawkins, stenogra- 
phers; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — William Edgar Bastedo, Henry Scott Ritchie and 
Annie Collier. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2349, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 155 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

'^WEIGHT & DITSO:^^ VICTOR CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Co.) 

Incorporated November 2, 1921. . - ^ - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — George Whitaker Morley and Richard Hierome Sankey, bar- 
risters-at-law; Joseph Aspinall Eoyce McCuaig, and William Selborne Anderson, 
students-at-law ; and Thomas Stewart Hagan Giles, accountant; all of Toronto, 
Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief [.lace of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2280, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued November 3, 1921, to 
"BELLEVILLE CITY DAIRY, LIMITED" 

Changing the corporate name of the said company to that of 

" CITIZENS DAIRY, LIMITED " 

Vide p. 2016, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"DR. SWETT ROOT BEER, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 
Incorporated November 3, 19'21. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — William Langley Bond, King's Counsel, Lucien Beauregard, 

advocate, John Bicknell Johnson, book-keeper, Netta Amy Collins and Helen 

Louise Dugan, stenographers, all of Montreal, P.Q. 
First or Provisional Directors. — William Langley Bond, Lucien Beauregard and John 

Bicknell Johnson. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 5401, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. "' 



" W. G. CORNELL COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated November 3, 1921. ------ Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Arthur Wellesley Holmsted and Arthur Beresford Mortimer, 
barristers-at-law; Aileene Ritchie, Minnie Wallace and Edith Mary Carruthers, 
stenographers; all of Toronto, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Arthur Wellesley Holmsted, Arthur Beresford Morti- 
mer and Edith Mary Carruthers. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2083, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" COLE MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated November 4, 1921. ------ Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 

Number of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — William Garfield Cole and Frederick Chadwick, manufacturers; 
Lawrence Charles Blaekwell, commercial traveller; Walter Richard Alger, book- 
keeper, and Thomas Hubert Stinson, solicitor, all of Lindsay, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Lindsay, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2010, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



156 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
" THE J. E. THOMPSON SPECIALTY COMPANY, LIMITED " 
Incorporated Xovember 4, 1921. ------- Amount of capital stock, $50,000 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Emerson Thompson, manufacturer; Elvin Maitland 
Black, salesman; Minnie Bell Thompson and Etta Ceceilia Black, housewives, 
and William Melville McClemont, barrister-at-law, all of Hamilton, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Hamilton, Ont. 

Ohjec,ts of the Company. — Vide p. 2083, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" LUBRI-GAITERS, LIMITED " 

Incorporated Xovember i, 1921. - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Gui Casimir Papineau-Couture, King's Counsel; Edmund Par- 
ker Dale Harris, advocate; Margaret Hartley, Mary Kaufman and Lillian Mar- 
garet Gallagher, stenographers, all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Gui Casimir Papineau-Couture, Edmund Parker 
Dale Harris and Margaret Hartley. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2013, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"MOTOR SPRINGS LUBRI-GAITERS, LIMITED" 
Incorporated Xovember 4, 1921. ------- Amount of capital stock, $150,000 

Number of shares, 1,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Thomas James Dennison, agent; Gui Casimir Papineau- 
Couture, King's Counsel; Edmund Parker Dale Harris, advocate; Margaret 
Hartley and Mary Kaufman, stenographers, all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2089, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" ROCK, LIMITED " 

Incorporated November 4, 1921. - - Amount of capital stock, $5,000 

Number of preferred shares, 100. — Amount of each preferred share, $25 
Number of common shares, 100. — Amount of each common share, $25. 

Corporate Memhers. — Eric Stanley Bushell, merchant; Reverend Edward Bushell, 
clergyman; "Winston Churchill Bushell, student; Catherine Bushell, spinster, all 
four of Westmount, Quebec; and Edward Lawrence Bushell, of Cedars, Quebec, 
electrician. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Eric Stanley Bushell, Edward Bushell and Winston 
Churchill Bushell. 

Chief place of Business. — Westmount, Que. 

Objec,ts of the Company. — Vide p. 2014, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 157 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"TEUDEL GASOLINE SAVER COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated November 4, 1921. Amount of capital stock, '$100,000 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Menibers. — Arthur Bonenfant, manufacturer; Joseph Henry Ti-udel, 
engineer; Eugene Cote, draughtsman; Zavier Trudel, mechanic, and Ulysse Leon 
Martineau, accountant; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Arthur Bonenfant, Joseph Henry Trudel and Ulysse 
Leon Martineau. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2092, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"BRUCE TRADING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated November 5, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Duncan Eberts Macintyre, furniture manufacturer; William 
Henry Smith, coal merchant; William Arthur Alexander and Lottie Graham Day, 
accountants; and Muriel Winnifred Clark, stenographer; all of Owen Sound, 
Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Duncan Eberts Macintyre, William Henry Smith and 
William Arthur Alexander. 

Chief place of Business. — Kilsyth, Ontario. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p, 20S5, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued November 5, 1921, to 
"UNITED CIGAR STORES, LIMITED" 

Changing the corporate name to that of 
" TOBACCO HOLDINGS, DOMINION, LIMITED " 

Vide p. 2102, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" WHOLESALE TRADERS' PROTECTION ASSOCIATION, LIMITED " 

Incorporated November 5, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 
Number of shares, 200. — Amount of each share, $50. 

Corporate Members. — Mary Walsh, Ella Gertrude Roome, Robert Carter and Richard 

Carter, accountants; and Edwin Noseworthy, inspector; all of Halifax, N.S. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — 'Halifax, N.S. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2010, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE DETLOR HOTEL OF KINGSTON, CANADA, LIMITED " 

Incorporated November 8, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Paul Leduc, barrister-at-law; George Beauregard, broker; Charles 

Lapierre, assignee; Romeo Quesnel, accountant; and Rebecca Mary Bobier, 

stenographer; all of Ottawa, Ontario. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2087, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



158 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
" THE DE'TLOR HOTEL OE LOXDOX, CANADA, LIMITED " 

Incorporated November 8, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers.^Fawl Leduc, barrister-at-law; George Beauregard, broker, Charles 
Lapierre, assignee; Romeo Quesnel, accountant; and Rebecca Mary Bobier, 
stenographer; all of Ottawa, Ontario. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Paul Leduc, George Beauregard, Charles Lapierre, 
Romeo Quesnel and Rebecca Mary Bobier. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 2088, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"ADACCO DRUG AND PRODUCTS, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated November 9, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $99,000. 
Number of shares, 990. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Louis Philippe Crepeau, King's counsel; Maurice Dugas, Seg- 
fried Hinson Read Bush and John Parker Callaghan, advocates; and Clarence 
Francis McCaffrey, student-at-law; all of Montreal, Que. 

Fi7-st or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Compny. — Vide p. 2015, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" A. J. DUGGAN, LIMITED " 

Incorporated November 9, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 

Number of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Erank Whitney Richardson, William Charles Harold Swin- 
burne and Lancing Belmont Campbell, solicitors; William Arlington Murray, 
student-at-law; and Agness Jane Morton, clerk; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — ^Erank Whitney Richardson, William Charles Harold 
Swinburne and Lancing Belmont. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2091, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"L'AGENCE COMMERCIALE DU FERMIER, LI^HTEE" 

Incorporated November 9, 1921. - . - - Amount of capital stock, $49,000. 
Number of shares, 1,960. — Amount of each share, $25. 

Corporate Members. — Eugene Real Angers and Jean Chrysostome Martineau, advo- 
cates; Prosper Brissette, clerk; Laurent Rodrigue Archambault, student-at-law; 
and Joseph Edouard Coutu, bailiff; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors.- — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 2232, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 159 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

" THE FRIOK ICE & REFRIGERATION COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated November 10, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members.— MheH Elbridge Sargent, of Hudson Heights, Que., mechanical 
engineer; John Vivian Turner, of St. Lambert, Que., accountant; David Stuart 
Nicol, electrical engineer; Ralph Weegar, draughtsman, and Jane Mary Thomson, 
married woman, of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisiotml Directors. — Albert Elbridge Sargent, John Vivian Turner and 
David Stuart Nicol. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2099, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



'^THE PRINTER'S MACHINERY COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated November 10, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 

Number of shares, 40O. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Francis McGuire, machinist; Mary Jane McGuire and 
Maud Creighton, married women ; Wilfred Charles Creighton, salesman, and 
James Harvey B'one, barrister; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John Francis McGuire, Wilfred Charles Creighton 
and James Harvey Bone. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 2096, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"STADIUM OF OTTAWA, LIMITED" 

Incorporated November 10, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $310,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 3,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 2,000. — Amount of each common share, no nominal or 

par value. 

Corporate Members. — Dalton McCarthy, Robert Grant Affleck and Albert Ernest 

Thoms, agent; and Lottie Edna White, stenographer; all of Ottawa, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2277, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"STANDARD FILMS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated Novemher 10, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $19,000. 
Number of shares, 490. — Amount of each chare, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Peter Andrews, merchant; Egbert William Westover, advocate, 
and Wallace Ross Henry, student-a-t-law, of Montreal, Que., Charles MacKay 
Cotton and Frederick Thomas Enright, advocates, of Westmount, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2095, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



160 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

" THE CAXADIAX MATCH COXPAXY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated Xovember 11, 1921. . . . Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 
Xumber of shares, 10.000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — George MacPhail Clark and Eichmond Wyllie Hart, barristers- 
at-law; William Arthur Brant, student-at-law; Charles Herbert Croft Leg-go tt, 
Edna Fitzsimons and George Cecil Ames, accountants; William Walter Perry, 
company secretary, and Ethel Augusta Hawkes and Xellie MacDonald, steno- 
graphers; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors.— The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Pembroke, Ont. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 2090, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



"FEDEEAL BOXD COEPOEATIOX, LIMITED" 

Incorporated Xovember 11, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Xumhej- of shares, 1.000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Wentworth Greene and Alexander Christie Hill, solicitors; 
Hugh Bedford Dale Harris, barrister ; Frances Amelia Heming, stenographer, and 
Sarah Florence McDougall, book-keeper ; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Wentworth Greene, Alexander Christie Hill and 
Hugh Bedford Dale Harris. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company.— Tide p. 2189, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



'' L'ASSOOIATIOX CATHOLIQUE DES YOYAGEUBS DE COMMEECE DU 

OAX^ADA " 

(Association) 

Incorporated Xovember 11, 1921. Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — Jean Adedat Trepanier. Hector Spedding, Joseph Arthur Girard, 
Joseph Antoine Hilaire Baymond, Joseph Alfred Bemier, Joseph Etienne Lusig- 
nan, John Albert Gariepy, Bruno Charbonneay, Adrien Desrosiers and Jean 
Pierre Ignace Gagnon, of Montreal, Que., commercial travellers, and Joseph 
Arthur Seguin, of St. Hyacinthe, Que., commercial traveller. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corjwrate members. 

Head Office of Corporation. — Montreal. Que. 

Objects of the Association. — Vide p. 2232, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"LE MAGASIX MODEEXE (LIMITEE)— THE MODEEX STOEE (LIMITED)" 

Incorporated Xovember 12, 1921. . . - Amount of capital stock, $45,000. 
Xumber of shares, 45,000. — Ajnount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — Xapoleon Boisvenu, Bu*h Winning and Sylvio Chalifoux, of 
Xotre Dame de la Salette, Que., farmers; Bobert John Cameron and Eugene 
Paquette, of Buckingham, Que., farmers; Honore Parizeau, of Mica Mine, Que., 
farmer; John E. Last and Joseph Frederick Bobinson, of Poltimore, Que., 
farmers, and Eeinhold Mallon, of Holland's Mills, Que., farmer. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Notre Dame de la Salette, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2315, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 161 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"ATWELL FLEMING FRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated November 14, 1&21. - . . Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Atwell Fleming and Atwell Fleming, the Younger, and William 
Edgar Harrison, manufacturers ; Mary Eadie, accountant, and Clara Irene Ander- 
son, married woman ; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Atwell Fleming, Atwell Fleming, the Younger, and 
William Edgar Harrison. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2190, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" L'EAU OZONIZEE, LIMITEE " 

Incorporated November 14, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $49,000. 

Number of shares, 490. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Andre Ulric Nadeau, accountant; Jean Charles Lacroix, a^ent; 

Alcidas Desroches, bailiif; Jeanne Taigue, stenographer; and Frangois-Xavier 

Pierre Goyette, physician; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2226, Canada Gazette, 19'21-22. 



" TORONTO GRAPHIC, LIMITED " 

(As a Private Co.) 

Incorporated November 14, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $300,000. 
Number of shares, 3,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Lang, publisher; John Alexander MacMurchy, advertis- 
ing solicitor; Charles Churchill George, editor; Arthur Bancroft Jones, manager; 
and Murray Keyfetz, law student ; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John Lang, John Alexander MacMurchy and Charles 
Churchill George. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2101, Canada Gazette, 19^-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued November 15, 1921, to 
"MANITOBA POWER COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Amending Letters Patent, dated 2l3t October, 1910. 
Vide p. 2200, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"STANDARD GARAGE, ORILLIA, LIMITED* 

Incorporated November 15, 1921. . - - . Amount of capital stock, $60,000. 
Number of shares, 600. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — ^Gordon Rupert Eaton and Albert Edward Fisher, garage pro- 
prietors; Mona Reardon, law clerk; Charles Holden Browne, insurance agent; 
and Charles Henry Pether, mechanic; all of Orillia, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Gordon Rupert Eaton, Albert Edward Fisher and 
Charles Holden Browne. 

Chief place of Business. — Orillia, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2190, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 
22—11 



162 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
"CANADA PRESS CLUB, LIMITED" 
"LE CERCLE DES JOURNALISTES DU CANADA, LIMITEE " 

Incorporated November 16, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Herbert Eustace Maxwell Chisholm, Thomas Henry Blacklock, 
Charles Lawrence Bishop and Joseph Albert Brousseau, of Ottawa, Ont., jour- 
nalists; and Fernand Dansereau, of Montreal, Que., journalist. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Herbert Eustace Maxwell Chisholm, Thomas Henry 
Blacklock and Fernand Dansereau. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2193, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" KIPP-IvELLY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated November 16, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $150,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 500. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 1,000. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Theodore Kipp, the Younger, consulting engineer; George 
Henry Kelly, milling engineer; Frank James Sullivan, secretary; William McFee, 
superintendent; and William Charles SheriflFe Lane, accountant; all of Win- 
nipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Tide p. 218S, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"CONTINENTAL TRADING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated November 17, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 
Number of shares, 100,000. — Amount of each share, without nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — George Meredith Huycke and Norman Emanuel Strickland, 
barristers-at-law; Thomas Delany, John Joseph Huggard and Morley Herman 
Breuls, students-at-law ; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Port Perry, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2186, Candida Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued November 17, 1921, to 
"DOMINION HAIR FELT COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $25,000, to the sum of $100,000. 
being an increase of 750 shares of $100 dollars each. 

Vide p. 22-00, Canada Gazette, 1921-22 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 163 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

" GARLOCK MACHINERY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated November 17, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 1,500. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 1,000. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — John Steuart Duggan, William Osmund Gibson, Ian MacLean 
Macdonell^John Frederick Lucas and Craig McKay, barristers; Willis Bertram 
Sturrup, law clerk; and Thomas Stewart Hagan Giles, accountant; all of 
Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Comparuy. — Vide p. 2195, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



•' THE AQUA SALES OF MONTREAL, LIMITED " 

Incorporated November 18, 11)21. . . - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000, 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Emile Ostiguy, physician; Bernier Ostiguy, student; Rene 
Antoine Wiallard, manager; and Clotilde Phaneuf, accountant; of Monti-eal, 
Quebec; and Paul Emile Ostiguy, of W^estmount, Que., manager. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2313, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE MISSISQUOI BAY TRADING COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated November 18, 1921. . . - - Amount of capital stock, $49,000. 
Number of shares^ 490. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Georges Gauthier, senior, gentleman, Antoine Charles Lortie, 
physician; Paul Jules Pelletier, commercial traveller; Georges Gauthier, junior, 
and Raoul Guillaume de Lorimer, adyooates; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

■Chief place of Business. — Clarenceville, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2225, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



'^NAVIGATION COAL CO., LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated November 18, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock $2,500. 
Number of shares, 500.— Amount of each share, without nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Breadon Common, advocate; Francis George Bush and 
Herbert William Jackson, book-keepers; George Robert Drennan, Alexander 
Gordon Yeoman and Wiliam Patrick Creagh, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directoi's. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 219(i, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 
22— llj 



164 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
" CAXADIAX GOLD AXD PLATINUM COMPAXY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated Xovember 19, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 
Xumber of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Octave Reaume, physician, Albert Joseph Beaudette, 
mining engineer; William Revell, dental surgeon, Alan Charles Prince, manu- 
facturer and John Henry Rodd, barrister-at-law; all of Windsor, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Windsor, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2550, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



'• GRAY TIRE, Li:^nTED " 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated Xovember 19, 1921. - . . . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Xumber of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Langley Bond, one of His Majesty's counsel, learned- 

in-the-law; Lucien Beauregard, advocate; John Bicknell Johnson, book-keeper; 

Xetta Amy Collins and Helen Louise Dugan, stenographers; all of Montreal, 

Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — William Langley Bond, Lucien Beauregard and John 

Bicknell Johnson. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 22S4, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" KAXADDA BISCUIT COJSLPAXY OF CANADA, LIMITED " 

Incorporated Xovember 19, 1921. . . - Arrjount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Xumber of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Thomas Storier Mitchell, James Hamilton Gibson and John 
Fergasson Gibson, grocers; Harold Gordon Phillips, salesm.an; and Willis 
Lagarie, stenographer; all of Hamilton, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Biisiness. — Hamilton, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 219'8, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"ST. MAURICE SALES COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated Xovember 19, 1921. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 
Xumber of shares, 250. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Gilbert Sutherland Stairs, King's counsel; John William Pringle 
Ritchie, barrister; Leslie Gordon Bell and Edward James Waterston, advocates; 
and George Thom Hendrie, accountant ; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2194, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 165 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued November 21, 1921, to 
" CANADIANS" MINERALS FINANCE CORPORATION, LIMITED " 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $50,000 to the sum of $100,000, 

being an increase of 500 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 22SS, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"THE DISABLED EX-SEHVICE MEN'S NEWS AGENCY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated November 21, 1931. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $20,000. 
Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Mevihers. — Orlando Frank Brothers, journalist; Charles Holstock, advo- 
cate; Harold Maltby Long and Glen Williams Kerr, managers; and Paul Els- 
worth Barden, marine insurance underwriter; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corpora l;e membersi 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2279, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"FIBRE BOXES, LIMITED" 

Incorporated November 21, 1921. . - . . Amount of capital i?toek, $250,000. 
Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Thomas Henry Goldring, Walter Flemmg Wormley and Walter 
John Keens, manufacturers; William Jeffereon Brown, traveller; and John 
W^illiam Eley, superintendent; all of Toronto, Out. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2282, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE JAMES WEIR COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated November 21, 1921. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $12,500. 

Number of shares, 125. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — John Whitfield, manufacturer; Joseph Montgomery, barrister; 

James Henry Lockington, secretary; David Cairns, superintendent; and Robert 

Glass Holmes, book-keeper; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 23'51, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"QUEBEC POLITICAL ASSOCIATION.— ASSOCIATION POLITIQUE DU 

QUEBEC " 

(Association) 

Incorporated November 21, 1921. Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — Aurele Henri Clement, of Buckingham, Que., farmer; Daniel 
Kelly, John Patrick McNamara, William Edwin Smith and Thomas Isidore 
McNamara, farmers; and Theophile Calixte Daoust, merchant; of Masson. Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Aurele Henri Clement, Daniel Kelly, John Patrick 
AlcNamara, William Smith and Thomas Isidore McNamara. 

Head Office of Corporation. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 2283, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



166 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V. A. 1923 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued Xovember 21, 1021, ro 
"THE S^ilOOT SERVICE CORPO'RATIOX, LIMITED" 

Changing: the corporate name of the company to that of 

" INVESTORS SERVICE CORPORATION OF CANADA, LIMITED '' 

Vide p. 22S8, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" STEPHENSON AMUSEMENT CORPORATION, LIMITED " 

Incorporated November 21, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 1,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 2,000. — Amount of each common share, $50. 

Corporate Members. — John Clarke Thomson, William Thomas Jones, Henry Gordon 
Donley and Andrew "Wentworth Hunter, barristers-at-law; and George Roy 
Sproat, accountant; all of Toronto, Ont. 

Fii'st or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2197, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"THE UNIVERSAL WRENCH COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated November 21, 1921. - - . - Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 
Number of shares, 250,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — Duncan Colin Munro, manufacturer; Walter Clair Fillmore, 
sales manager ; May Anastasia Brady, secretary ; John Thurlow, insurance broker, 
and William Herbert Kent, real estate broker; all of Windsor, Ont. 

First or Frorisional Directors. — Walter Clair Fillmore, May Anastasia Brady and 
John Thurlow. 

Chief place of Business. — Windsor, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2286, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



^THE WATERS GLOVE CO^^IPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated November 21, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $25,000, 
Number of shares, 250. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — James Alexander Waters, commercial traveller; Gertrude 
Waters, married woman; and Mary Elizabeth Waters, widow, of Montreal, Que., 
John Waters, clerk; and Elizabeth Shannon Waters, married woman; of Winni- 
peg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — James Alexander Waters, John Waters and Gertrude 
Waters. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 2281, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued November 22, 1921, to 
"DOMINION BOND CORPORATION, LIMITED" 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that of 

" DOMINION BOND AND DEBENTURES COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Vide p. 2288, Caiwida Gazette, 1921-22, 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 167 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued November 23, 1921, to 

"ADCOCK & BEEWER, LIMITED " 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that o£ 

"ADCOCK & COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Vide p. 2289, Canada Gazette, 19'21-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued November 23, 1921, to 
" GLOBE INVESTMENT COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Amending the Letters Patent incorporating the company, by extending the powers of 

the company. 
Vide p. 33i61, Canada Gazete, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued November 23, 1921, to 
'' KELLY-POWELL, LIMITED " 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that of 
" POWELL EQUIPMENT CO^^IPANY, LIMITED " 

Vide p. 228i8, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"MONTREAL BOLT & FORGING COMPANY, LIMITED"' 

Incorporated November 23, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 4,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 6,000. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Arthur William Patrick Buchanan, King's counsel ; Pierre 
Amable Badeaux, advocate ; Mary Edythe Parker, book-keeper ; Elizabeth Florence 
Hallam and Geraldine Elizabeth McGarigle, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2285, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued November 23, 1921, to 
"UNITED CIGAR STORES, LIMITED" 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that of 
" TOBACCO HOLDINGS, LIMITED " 
Vide p. 2288, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"RUDDY MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated November 23, 1921. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $525,000. 
Number of preferred shares, 5,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 5,000. — Amount of each common share, no nominal or 

par value. 

Corporate Members. — James Harley, Edmund Sweet, Archibald Manson H'arley and 
George Edmund Foster Sweet, barristers-at-law ; Janet Graham. Dorothy Cooper, 
Lilian Mabel Wilson, Violet Emily Yates and Sophia Crossen Bole, steno- 
graphers; all of Brantford, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Brantford, Ont. 

Objects of the Compam,y.—Vide p. 2451, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



168 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

Supplementary Letters Patent issued Xovember 24, 1921, to 

"IDEAL SEWING MACHINE (CANADA), LIMITED" 

Amending the Letters Patent incorporating the company. 

Vide p. 2362. Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"PEINCELY SHIKTS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated November 24, 1921. - . - Amount of capital stock, $50,000, 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Meinbers. — John Wilson Cook. King's counsel; Allan Angus Magee, Theo- 
dore Bigelow Heney and William Cedric Nicholson, advocates; and Margaret 
Teresa Darragh, accountant; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Biisiness. — Montreal, Que. 

Ohjecls of the Company. — Vide p. 2348, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"BELGO EXPOET COMPANY, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated November 25, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $49,000. 

Number of shares, 490. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memoers. — Chilion Graves Heward, King's -counsel; Rufus Clement 
Holden. the Younger, advocate; Herbert William Shearer, manager; Alfred Bore- 
ham Wright and Bruce Forbes, clerks; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Prorisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Ohjecis of the Company.— Vide p. M36, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



'• F. E. ROBSON & COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated November 25, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Menibers. — Frederick Eugene Robson, merchant; Samuel Rogers and 
George Edward Edmonds, barristers; James Black Chambers, student; and Mar- 
garet Duncan Watson, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Comijany. — Vide p. 2354, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" NEWMAN, SWEEZY AND COMPANY, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated November 25, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of pi'cferred shares, 1,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 
Number of common shares, 1,000. — Amount of each common share. $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Gilbert Sutherland Stairs, King's counsel; John William 
Pringle Ritchie, barristers-at-law; George Thom Hendrie, accountant; Kathleen 
Mary Gladish and Maud Whittaker, stenogrraphers ; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — ^Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2691, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 169 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

" PETER SMITH HEATER COMPANY, LIMITED - 

Incorporated Isovember 25, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 

ISTumber of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Mcmhera. — Elmer Joseph Smith, Theodore Max and Edward Oliver 
Merline, manufacturers; Michael Joseph Phelan, secretary; and Earl Isaac 
Heenan, attorney-at-law; all of Detroit, Michigan. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — ^Walkerville, Ont. 

Ohjecls of the Company. — Vide p. 2452, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"STURGESS THEATRES, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated November 25, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 1,000. — Amount of each preferred share $100. 

Number of common shares, 2,000. — Amount of each common share, $50. 

Corporate Memhcrs. — Edward John Swift, accountant; Edith Grace Gore and Clara 
Gertrude Niblett, book-keepers; James Otto Plaxton, student-at-law; and Hazel 
Loveys, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Bu.<iincss. — Toronto, Ont. 

Ohjecls of the Company. — Vide p. 2542, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" S. S. BOWMAN, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated November 26, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Menihers. — Walter Alfred Merrill and Archibald Stalker, advocates; Jean 
Lang Muir, accountant; E'mily Oldroyd and Margaret Johnston, secretaries; all 
of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Walter Alfred Merrill, Archibald Stalker and Jean 
Lang Muir. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2347, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"SHELTER BAY FUR COMPAliY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated November 26, 1921. - . - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Louis Scott, George David Kelley, Leo Andrew Kelly 
and Arthur Stanley Bourinot, barristers-at-law ; and Kathleen Mary Harrison, 
stenographer ; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — William Louis Scott, George David Kelley and Leo 
Andrew Kelley. 

Chief place of Business. — Shelter Bay, Que. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 254-6, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



170 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

" SUMMIT SALES COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated November 26, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Francis Joseph Laverty, of Westmount, Que., King's counsel; 
Charles Albert Hale, Shirley Greenshields Dixon and Arthur Ives Smith, advo- 
cates; and Edith Lilian Pearson, clerk; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — 'Francis Joseph Laverty, Charles Albert Hale and 
Shirley Greenshields Dixon. 

Chief place vf Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Tide p. 23'55, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" B. M. C. LENS COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated November 28, 1921. - . - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Jeremiah Britton, Thomas Hawkins Barnes, Alfred Mignot, 

Samuel Bernard Coen and Vera Crandell, optometrists; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company.— Tide p. 2356, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"BIGHORN AND SAUNDERS CREEK COLLIERIES, LIMITED" 

Incorporated November 28, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $300,000. 

Number of shares, 3,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Alexander Hannah, Orrin Henry Eyres Might, Percy Leroy 

Sanford and George Fenwick Buchanan, barristers-at-law; and Lewis Carnaby 

Ross Souter, student-at-law; all of Calgary, Alta. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Blairmore, Alta. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 24S'T, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



'• THE HONG HOP COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated November 28, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, lOO. — Amount of each share, $500. 
Corporate Members. — Chin Sing, Lee Yow Chuck, Chong Loi and John Harry 

Thornton, brokers; and Chu Foo Wah, merchant; all of Vancouver, B.C. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Chin Sing, Lee Yow Chuck and John Harry 

Thornton. 
Chief place of Business. — Vancouver, B.C. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2285, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" LA CIE DE POELES IDEAL ET DE SPECIALITIES, LIMITEE " 

Incorporated November 28, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $199,000. 
Number of shares, 1,990. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Auguste Desilets and Edouard Asselin, advocates; Imelda Ver- 
ville, and Marie-Louise Gagnon, stenographers; of Grand'Mere, Que., and 
Joseph Donat Beaumier, of St. Georges, Que., insurance agent. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — 'Grand'Mere, Que. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 2491, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 171 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

•^NESBITT ELECTRIC MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated November 28, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $60,000. 
Number of shares, 600. — Amount of each share, $100, 

Corporate Members. — Mervil MacDonald, Geoffrey Walters Adams, Percy E'dwin 
Smily and Aileen Silk, barristers-at-law; and Oliver James Fuce, accountant; 
all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2774, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"ST. THOMAS PACKING PRODUCTS SALES COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated November 28, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $20,000. 
Number of shares, 200. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Lyle, retired farmer, William Leslie 'Silverhorne, account- 
ant ; and William Henry Moody, manufacturer; of St. Thomas, Ont., Richard 
Arthur Penhale and Orville Burgess, of Yarmouth, Ont., farmers. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — St. Thomas, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2352, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"SUN RAY MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated November 29, 1921. . - . - Amount of capital stock, $350,000. 
Number of shares, 35,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Howard Addison Hall, Cuthbert Peart Coatsworth and Norma 
Lown, barristers-at-lavs^; John Eddington Kerr, student-at-law; and Lillian Dil- 
lon, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Hamilton, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2443, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" MANITOBA METALS MINING COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated November 30, 1921. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $5. 

Corporate Members. — William Walter Perry, company secretary, Charles Herbert 
Croft Leggott and Edna Fitzsimons, accountants; Nellie Macdonald and Ethel 
Augusta Hawkes, stenographers; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — William Walter Perry, Charles Herbert Cioft Leg- 
gott and Edna Fitzsimons. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 2360, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



172 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

"JOSEPH WAED COIEPANY, LIMITED" 

(As a Private 'Co.) 

Incorporated Decem'ber 1, 1921. - - - - Amonnt of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 2,500.— Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 2,500. — Amount of each common share, $100. 
Corporate Members.— Edson Grenfell Place and Frangois Phillippe Brais, advocates; 

Ella Mary Jackson, Pearl Schramm and Bessie Moore Kogers, stenographers; 

all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors.— Edion Grenfell Place, Francois Phillippe Brais and 

Ella Mary Jackson. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2690, Canada Gazette,, 1921-22. 



"THE MIS-CAX-ADA MAXUF AC TURING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 1, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $65,000. 
Number of shares, 650. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Thomas Cameron Bate, Edward McMahon and Alexander 
Pierrepont Deroche, contractors; Philip Douglas Lyons, manufacturer; and 
Harold Ernest McMahon, Insurance Agent; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business- — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2350, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE OIL WELLS OF CANADA, LIMITED " 

Incorporated December 1, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — Edgar 'William White, auditor; Gordon Victor Draper, char- 
tered accountant; William Ernest Johnson, Arthur Midwood and Allan Bush, 
accountants; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2433, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" PUEMIER SILK MILLS, LIMITED " 

Incorporated December 1, 1921. - . - - Amount of capital stock, $262,500. 
Number of preferred shares, 2,500. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 
Number of common shares, 2,500. — Amount of each common share, without 

nominal or par value 

Corporate Members. — Frank Breadon Common, advocate; Francis Greorge Bush and 
Herbert William Jackson, book-keepers; George Robert Drennan and William 
Patrick Creagh, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company.Vide p. 2442, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 173 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

" QUAKER CANDY COMPANY, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Co.) 

Incorporated December 1. 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — ^Grey Hamilton and Ptoss Hossack, barristers-at-law; Daniel 
Maclean and George Wilson Moore, students-at-law; and Margaret Lillian Cham- 
berlain, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Grey Hamilton, Daniel Maclean and George Wilson 
Moore. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2'359, Canada Gazette, 19^-22. 



"THE ELBOW LAKE MINES, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 2, 1921. - - . - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Antonio Marion, accountant; Rene Duguay and Louis 
Joseph Pouliot, students-at-law ; Jessie Gouldstone and Frangoise Charest, steno- 
graphers ; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The siaid corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2434, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" COLLINS POWER COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated December 2, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 

Number of shares, 100,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 
Corporate Members. — Elbridge Christmond Collins, engineer; Charles James Thorp, 

manufacturer; Michael Foy McDonald and Edward Septimus Grece, attorneys- 

at-law; all of Detroit, Michigan. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate membeiis. 
Chief place of Business. — Windsor, Ont. 
Objects of the Com,pany. — Vide p. 2432, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"PENINSULAR FLOUR MILLS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 2, 1921. - - . Amount of capital stock, $350,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 1,250. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 2,250. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — George Robert Smith, postmaster; Herbert Dorwin Zumstein, 
farmer; Rymal William Smith, grain merchant, and George Edward Parkes, 
bank manager, of Dunnville, Ont.; William Edward Graham and Emery Gee, 
of Silverdale Station, Ont., farmers, and Charles Gilmore, of Low Banks, Ont., 
farmer. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Dunnville, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2441, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



174 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
"RIMOIT'SKI LUMBER AXD LATH COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 2, 1921. _ - - Amount of capital stock, $300,000. 
Xumber of shares, 3.000.— Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Mevibers. — Pierre Amable Badeaux, advocate; Erskine Brock Quirn 
Buchanan, law student; Elizabeth Florence Hallam and Geraldine Elizabeth 
McGarigle, stenographers, and Mary Edythe Parker, book-keeper; all of Mont- 
real, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Rimouski, Que. 

Objects of the Company — Vide p. 2440, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



'^A. J. DEXXE & COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 5^ 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Numher of shares, 1.000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members, — Hugh Johnston McLaughlin and William Webster McLaughlin, 
solicitors; AUin Foster Annis, student-at-law ; Anna Howard McLaughlin and 
Nola Bernice Holdaway, stenographers ; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Hugh Johnston McLaughlin, William Webster 
McLaughlin and Allin Foster Annis. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2448, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"BEEBY RANGE COMPANY, LIMITED" " 

Incorporated December 5, 1921. . - - Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 
Number of preferred shares, 4,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $50. 
Number of common shares, 6,000. — Amount of each common share, $50. 

Corporate Members. — John Henry Beeby, stove manufacturer; Ella Beeby, married 
woman; Thomas Charlebois, solicitor; Henri Joseph Edmond Cote and Max 
Altman, agents; Elmer George Falls, salesman, and Madeline Gilmour Helman, 
stenographer; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Brockville, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2453, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"THE MONARCH TRACTORS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 5, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $2,000,000. 
Number of shares, 20,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Willoughby Staples, Brewster and George Davey Heyd, barris- 
ters-at-law ; Margaret Joanna Morrison and Edith Nellie Townsend, steno- 
graphers, and Harold Potts, accountant; all of Brantford, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Brantford, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2435, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 175 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

-PHARMACIE MOISAN PHARMACY, LIMITEE " 

Incorporated December 5, 192^1. - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Memhers. — Joseph Moisan, accountant; Rose de Lima Roy, widow, of 

Francois Xavier Moisan, Sylvio Moisan, pharmacist; Reigner Brodeur and 

Auguste Mathieu, advocates ; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2487, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



'^ UNITED FOOD PRODUCTS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 5, 1921. . - - Amount of capital stock. $2,000,000. 

Xumber of preferred shares, 150,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $10. 

Number of common shares, 5,000. — Amount of each common share, $100. 
Corporate Memhers. — George Carr, foreman; William Fisher Jack, engineer; and 

Justin Charles Smith, advertising writer, of Dundas, Out; James Gordon x\cker. 

advertising writer; and Henry Thomas Etwell, commercial artist, of Hamilton, 

Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Hamilton, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2445, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" GILL, PARR & COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated December 6, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,00'0. . 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Henry Noel Chauvin, John Joseph Meagher and Harold Earle 

Walker, King's counsels; Henri Crepeau, advocate; and Hugh Wylie, accountant; 

all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate memibers. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2446, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Sui)plementar,v Letters Patent issued December 6, 1921, to 
" KAMINISTIQUIA POWER COMPANY, LIMITED," ' 

Amending the Letters Patent incorporating the company by extending the powers 

of the said company. 
Vide p. 2459, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE PROVONOST UNIVERSAL WHEEL COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated December 6, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $750,000. 
Number of preferred shares, 50,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $10. 
Number of commion shares, 50,000. — Without nominal or par value. 
Corporate Members. — John Duncan Kennedy, broker; Clifford Bernard Reilly, bar- 
rister; Henri HaiuiS, advocate; and Aurelien Beaudoin, accountant, of Montreal, 
Que., and Joseph Barthelemey Berard, of Outremont. Que., advocate. 
Fiist or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate memibers. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2449, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



176 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

"UXION OIL COMPANY OF CAXADA, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company.) 

Incorporated December 6, 1921. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 
jSTumber of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Lyman Stewart, of Lamanda Park. Cal., corporation 
president; Elmer West Clark, corporation manager; Leonard Pressley St. Cllair, 
corporation president; Charles Webster Ralph, sales manager; and John McPeak, 
corporation secretary; of Los Angeles, Cal.; Ernest Ingles Dyer, of Beverly Hills, 
Cal., technical engineer; and Oharles Gardner Johnson, of Vancouver, B.C., 
broker. 

Firai or Provisional Directors, — The said corporate menibers. 

Chief place of Business. — Vancouver, B.C. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2457, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued December 6, 1921, to 

"UNITED SHIPPERS, LIMITED" 

Amending the Letters Patent incorporating the company. 

Vide p. 2705, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"MONTREAL SERVICE & SALES, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated December 7, 1921. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 
Number of shares, 250. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Breadon Common, advocate; Francis George Bush and 
Herbert William Jackson, book-keepers, George Robert Drennan and William 
Patrick Creagh, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2546, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE COX GELATINE COMPANY. LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated December 8, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Percy Herbert Manners, of St. Johns, Que., merchant; Gui 
Oasimir Papineau-Couture, King's counsel; Edmund Parker Dale Harris, advo- 
cate; Margaret Hartley and Minnie Bradley, stenogi-aphers ; of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Percy Herbert Manners. Gui Casimir Papineau-Cou- 
ture and Edmund Parker Dale Harris. ' 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2533, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT I77 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

" INVENTIONS, LIMITED » 

Incorporated December 8, 1921. - - .- ■ Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Aubrey Htintingdon Elder and Felix Winfield H'ackett, advo- 
cates; Darley Burley-Smith, clerk; Frank Ashworth, accountant; and Muriel 
Hayes Scott, stenographer; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2447, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" E. E. DAVIS COMPANY, LI]VnTED " 
'(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated December 9, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Richmond Wyllie Hart, solicitor; Charles Herbert Croft 

Leggott and Edna Fitzsimons, accountants; Nellie Macdonald and Ethel Augusta 

Hawkes, stenographers; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Charles Herbert Croft Leggott, Edna Fitzsimons and 

Nellie Macdonald. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2534, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued December 9, 1921, to 
" OOERECT CLOTHES, LIMITED " 

Changing the corporate name of the company, to that of 
" MANHATTAN WEAR, LIMITED " 

Vide p. 2459, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"PALM GRIP RIM COMPANY, LBIITED " 

Incorporated December 9, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Arthur Reginald Whitney Plimsoll and Michael Thomas Burke, 

advocates ; Edmund Hugh Reilly, notary ; Henry Harold Kavanagh, student ; and 

Florence Walsh, secretary; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 26S2, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" WIZARD PRODUCTS OF CANADA, LIMITED " 

Incorporated December 9, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $300,000. 

Number of shares, .300,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 
Corporate Members. — Thomas Jefferson McArthur, salesman ; William Albert Strachan 
and Samuel Saunders, real estate agents; Ellen Carmichael, saleslady; and 
Isaac Geller, furrier; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. - : 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2458, Canada. Gazette,. I&2i:r22.: 
22—12 



178 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

" THE C AIsTADIAN LEGIOl^ " 

(Association) 

Incorporated December 10, 1921. . . . . Without share capital. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Graham Langton, managing director; Frederick Field- 
house Clarke, surveyor; James Henry Craig, architect; Archibald MacPherson 
Hunter, secretary; George Franklin McFarland, and Henry Strachan Mullowney, 
barristers ; Percy Gladston Goldsmith, surgeon ; William Charles Mitchell, teacher ; 
John Xelson Day, business manager; Herbert Leon Howe, journalist; Charles 
Harold Fulker, publisher; and Frederick HargreaA-es, gentleman; all of Toronto, 
Ont. 
Chief office of corporation. — Toronto, Ont. ' 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 3C29, Cnimda Gazette, 192»l-22. 
Erratum published February IS, 1922. 



"HOTTSE AND HOME SPECIALTIES, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 10, 19-21. - - - Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 
Number of shares, 400. — Am.ount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members- — Adeline Marie Drummond, secretary; and Allan Bowman, 
machinist; of Detroit, Michigan; Ralph Vernon Lackner, accountant; Frank Jacob 
Kinzinger, manufacturer; and Edna Vay Rinzinger, married woman, of Windsor, 
Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors.— The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Windsor, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2545, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. > 

"INTBRLAKE NAVIGATION CO., LIMITED" 

(As a Private Co.) 

Incorporated December 10, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 
Numiber of shares, 5,000.— Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Waldo Whittier Skinner and George Gordon Hyde, both of His 
Majesty's counsel, learned-in-the-law; John Gerard Ahern, advocate; Ronald 
Cameron Grant, accountant: and Robert John Forster, secretary; all of Montreal, 
Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2.532, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE OTTAWA CAT CLUB " 

(Assoeiatioii) 

Incorporated' December 10, 1921. - . . - . Without shape capital. 

Corporate Members.— AMygA Keith Light, chemist; Maud Deacon Cumming, clerk; 
Bertha Ackland, married woman: Manley Clement ]\feservey, Jessie May Cross, 
Thomas William Quayle and James Joseph Basil Phelan, civil servants; and 
Laura Norman, widow; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief office of corporation. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Corporation. — Vide p. 2454, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 179 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

" MASAHBA DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated December 11, 1'92:1. - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, .500.- — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Francis Henry Keefer and LTugh Keefer, barristers-at-law; Ethel 
Keefer, married woman; Charles Glen, gardener; and Lionel Cecil Stuart Hallam, 
agent; all of Port Arthur, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate memibers. 

Chief place of business.— Yort Arthur, Ont. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 2097, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



^•AEAGATN STEEL, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 12, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $15,000,000. 
Numlber of shares, 150,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Francis Wilson Griffiths and Arthur Lome R'eid, solicitors; 

John Lawrence Vanstone and Thomas Albert Adolphe, insurance agents; and 

Leia Reid, stenogi-apher ; all of Niagara Falls, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Niagara Falls, Ont. , > 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2551, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"€E.YSTALLINE [AHLLING COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated December 12, 1921. - . - Amount of capital stock, $500,000! 
Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — llita Ilatton, Lillian Dillon, Mary Alice Corbett, Hilda Annie 
Lewis and Emma Staples, stenographers; Cuthbert Peart Coats-W'orth, barrist^r- 
at-law; and Ma)bel Bruce, office clerk; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisionul Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of business. — Toronto^ Ont. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 2530, \Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"INTERCONTINENTAL INW^:STirENT CORPORATION, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Co.) 

Incorporated Decemiber 12, 1021. - - - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 
Num'ber of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Frederick Henry Markey and George Gordon Hyde, both of His 
Majesty's counsel, learned^in-the-law; John Gerard Ahern, advocate; Ronald 
Cameron Grant, accountant; and Robert John Forster, secretary; all of Montreal, 
Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Frederick Henry Markey, George Gordon Hyde and 
Robert John Forster. . 

Chief place of Business. — 'St. John, N.B. . 

Obfects of the Company. — Vide p. 25-13, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 
22— 12 J 



180 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

" THE THAMES VALLEY KKLTTIXG MILLS, LIMITED " 

Incorporated Decem'ber 12, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

IN'uniber of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Thomas Gibson, Joseph Garfield Gibson and Henry Charles 

Draper, barristers-at-law; Ernest Percy Seon, secretary; and Mary Edythe Dickey, 

stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Ingersoll, Ont. 
Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 2548, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued December 13. 1921, to 
"ADACCO DEUG AND PRODUCTS, LIMITED" 

Changing the coi-porate name of the company to '' Acadia Drug, Limited " 
Vide p. 2553, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"DOMINION WOOD SPECIALTIES, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Co.) 

Incorporated December 13, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Fairfel Forman, manager; Ernest Lindelius, superinten- 
dent; Stephen John LeHuray, advocate; Wilma Ethel Coughtry, stenographer; 
of Montreal, Que., and Charles Henry Ancrum, of Westmount, Que., accountant. 

First or Provisional Directors. — John Fairfel Forman, Stephen John LeHuray, 
Charles Henry Ancrum and Wilma Ethel Coughtry. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, P.Q. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2535, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"EUGENE OOSTE AND GOMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 13, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 5O0. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Otto Cam/i>bell Smith, company agent; Ida Bevan, married 
woman. Pearl Wilson and Agnes Longeway, stenographers; of Niagara Falls, 
Ont., and Charles Nathan Peck, of Niagara Falls, New York, company secretary. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Otto Campbell Smith, Pearl Wilson and Agnes Longe- 
way. 

Chief place of Business. — Niagara Falls, Out. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2535, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"SLAVE LAKE »t McKENZIE RIVER MINING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 13, 1921. - . - . Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members- — James Frederick McCallum, barrister-at-law; John Coyle, 
manufacturer's agent; John Maurice Henry Shline, student-at-law; Archibald 
Howard Bartlett, financial broker, and Sarah Penston, stenographer; all of Win- 
nipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — ^Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2539, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 181 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

'' THE TELFER PAPER BOX COMPANY, LIMITED » 

(As a Private Co.) 

IncoriDorated December 13, 1921. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 
Number of preferred shares, 3,000. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 2,000. — Amount of each common share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Geoffrey iStuart O'Brien, Douglas Joseph Nickle and Wilfred 

Reese Binch, barristers-at-law; Charles Harold Walker; and William Percy 

Simpson, students-at-law; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 25.50, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"GEO. H. BELTON LUMBER CO., LIMITED" 
(As a Private Co.) 

Incorporated December 14, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, without nominal or par value. 

Corporate Memhers. — George Harrison Belton, of London, Ont., merchant; Chester 
Holdsworth Belton, of Sarnia, Ont., merchant; Robert Laidlaw, Robert Alexander 
Laidlaw and Walter 'Cameron Laidlaw, of Toronto, Out., merchants. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — London, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2i545, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" GUELPH LUMBER CO., LIMITED " 
(As a Private Co.) 

Incorporated December 14, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000.- — Amount of each share, without nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — James Harrison, Robert Laidlaw, Robert Alexander Laidlaw, 
Walter Cameron Laidlaw and Arthur Eckhardt, merchants; all of Toronto, Ont. 
■First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Guelph, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2767, Canada Gazette, 1921-22 



"LAIDLAW BELTON LUMBER GO., LIMITED" 
(As a Private Co.) 

Incorporated December 14, 1921. - - . . Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 
■ Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, without nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — George Harrison Belton, of London, Ont., merchant; Chester 
Holdsworth Belton, of Sarnia, Ont., merchant; Robert Laidlaw, Robert Alex- 
ander Laidlaw and Walter Cameron Laidlaw, of Toronto, Ont., merchants. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — ^Sarnia, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2545, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



182 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 192i 
"CUERY OORMAC CORPORATION, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 15, 1921. - - - - - Amount of capital stock, $i'5,000 
Number of preferred shares, 250. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 
Number of common shares, 5,000. — Amount of each common share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Aubrey Huntingdon Elder, Felix "Winfield Hackett and "Win- 
chester Henry Biggar, advocates; Darley Burley-Smith, clerk; and Frank Ash- 
worth, accountant; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2704, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"DENT HARRISON & SONS, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Co.) 

Incorporated December 15, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, -without nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Dent Harrison, master baker; "William Henry Harrison, man- 
ager; and Gui Casimir Papineau-Couture, King's Counsel; of Westmount, Que., 
Edmund Parker Dale Harris, advocate; and Margaret Hartley, stenographer; 
of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Dent Harrison, "William Henry Harrison and Gui 
Casimir Papineau-Couture. 

Chief place of Business. — ^Westmount, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2547, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" MANITOBA BIG REEF MINING COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated December 15, 1921. . . - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 
Corporate Meinbers. — Richmond Wyllie Hart, solicitor; Charles Herbert Croft 

Leggott and Edna Fitzsimons, accountants; Nellie MacDonald and Ethel Augusta 

Hawkes, stenographers; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Objects of the Companiy. — Vide p. 2700, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" NORTHLANDS OILS, LIMITED " 

Incorporated Decem.ber 15, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 
Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frank 'Ripley Poss, of New York, New York, capitalist; 
Frederick Asa Piatt, of Detroit, Michigan, investment banker ; "Walker Wliiteside, 
of Walkerville, Ont., barrister-at-law; and Lewis Alfred McHugh and Garnet 
LeRoy Rodd, of Windsor, Ont., bdrri-3t'jr5-aT-la\\^. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Tlie said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — "Windsor, Ont. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 2630, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 183 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"VIGOE AGENCIES COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 15, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $150,000. 
Number of shares, 15,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph-Antonio Marion, accountant; Rene Duguay and Louis- 
Joseph Pouliot, students ; Elisabeth Trottier and Fran^oise Charest, steno- 
graphers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2629, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" BRADEQiRD WOOLLE'N COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated December 16, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Michael Garber and Antoine Chauvin, advocates; Louis Garber. 

manufacturer; Joseph Dover, clerk; and Morris Bernard Signer, student; all of 

Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — ^Jklichael Garber, Antoine Chauvin and Louis Garber. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 26^7, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"CANADIAN RESOURCES PATENTS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 16, 192il. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 
Number of shares, lOO. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Maxwell Clarence Knowles, of Vancouver, B.C., financial 
agent; Humphrey Ringler Drummond-Hay and Wilfred Stanley McEwen, barris- 
ters-at-law; Charlotte Darragh, stenographer; and Alexander Smith, solicitor; all 
of Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2&30, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"THE CREDIT CLEARING HOUSE OF CANADA, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 16, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 
Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Paul Leduc, barrister-at-law; Jean Genest, law clerk; Charles 
Lapierre, assignee; Romeo Quesnel, accountant; and Relbecca Mary Bobier, steno- 
grapher; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company — Vide p. 2631, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" CHAMPION FUEL SAVER CO., LIMITED " 
Incorporated December 16, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $50. 
Corporate Members. — Zenas Irwin Fetterly and Charles Andrew Paradis, merchants; 
Roderick Lagimodiere, accountant; and Archibald Charles McDonald, electrical 
contractor; of Ottawa, Ont., and Edgar John Watt, of Lanark, Ont., contractor. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2541, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



184 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V. A. 1923 

"HOLLAND BROS., LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated December 16, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — ^Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Herbert Sydney Chester Holland, salesman, George Leopold 
Hamilton Holland, manager; Francis George Bush, book-keeper; George Robert 
Drennan, stenographer; and Herbert William Jackson, clerk; all of Montreal, 
Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Herbert Sydney Chester Holland, George Leopold 
Hamilton and Francis George Bush. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Yide p. 2694, Canad<i Gazette, 1921-22. 



"M. J. SILVERMAN & SONS, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated Decem'ber 16, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $10,000. 
Numher of shares, 100. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Aubrey Huntingdon Elder, Felix Winfield Hackett and Win- 
chester Henry Biggar, advocates; Darley Burley-Smith, clerk, and Frank Ash- 
wonth, accountant; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Aubrey Huntingdon Elder, Felix Winfield Hackett 
and Darley Burley-Smith. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal. Que. 

Ohjects of the Company.— Vide p. 2692, Canada Gazette, 1921-22, 



''MASTIN'S OF CANADA, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 16, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $50. 

Corporate Memhers. — Clarence Eugene Jamieson, of Detroit, Michigan, pharmaceutical 
manufacturer; Edward Campbell Kenning and Arthur Grieg Stewart, barristers- 
at-law, and Margaret Jessie Bond, book-keeper, of Windsor, Ont., and Francis 
Brown Mastin, of New York, New York, advertising specialist. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Clarence Eugene Jamieson, Francis Bro\\Ti Maetiu 
and Edward Campbell Kenning. 

Chief place of Business. — Windsor, Ont. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Yide p. 25M, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"POTTERY PRODUCTS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 16, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — John Bellingham and John William Ruttle, agents; Alexander 
McLachlan, retired engineer; John Patterson MacDonald, law clerks, and Archi- 
bald Barter, clerk; all of Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Ohjects of the Company.— Vide p. 26^4, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 185 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 
"THE EEPEATER SIX FUSE PLUG COMPANY OE CANADA, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 16, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $60,000. 
Number of shares, 600. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Cornelius Campbell, Esquire; Hug-hes Cleaver, barris- 
ter; William John Harshaw, electrician; Edith Robinson and Gladys Washburn, 
clerks ; all of Burlington, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — William Cornelius Campbell, Hughes Cleaver and 
William John Harshaw. 

Chief place of Business. — Burlington, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2546, Canada Gazette. 1921-22, 



" SERRE, LIMITED » 

Incorporated December 16, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Num;ber of shares, 1,000. — -Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Joseph Eugene Serre, merchant; Marie Louise Serre, married 
woman ; Heliodore Charron, accountant, and Urban John Munroe and Leonard 
Emile Labelle, salesmen ; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Joseph Eugene Serre, Marie Louise Serre and Helio- 
dore Charron. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont; 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2694, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"STUART BISCUIT COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incori>orated December 16, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 
Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William James Shaughnessy and Chilion Graves Heward, both 
of His Majesty's counsel, learned-in-the-law; Rufus Clement Holden, the younger, 
advocate; Alfred Boreham Wright, Clarence Arnold and Bruce Forbes, steno- 
graphers, and Archibald Hall, clerk; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2627, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued December 16, 1921, to 
" TUDHOPE ANDERSON COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Decreasing the capital stock of the company from $3,000,000 to the sum of $1,000,000, 

being a decrease of 20,000 unallotted shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 2553, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued December 17, 1921, to 
" CANADIAN HORSE SHOE COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $300,000 to the sum of $500,000, 

being an increase of 2,000 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 2553, Canada Gazette, 1921-22 



186 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

"THE IMPERIAL STEEL CORPORATIOX, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 17, 1921. - . - - Amount of capital stock, $1,100,000. 
Number of sliaree, 110,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Helen Whitfield Currie and Vida Isabel Harris, barristers; 

Harry Redfern Turner, manager ; Rose Robinson and Amelia Robinson, teachers ; 

all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Helen Whitfield Currie, Vida Isabel Harris and 

Harry Redfern Turner. 
Chief place of Business. — Collingwood, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2688, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



''JAMES E. WILSON & SONS, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated December 17, 1921. . - . Amount of capital stock, $150,000. 

Number of shares, 1,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — James Edward Wilson, manufacturer; Miriam Lucinda Wilson, 
married woman; Wilbert Fletcher Wilson, accountant; James Arthur Wilson, 
millwright; and Arthur Cornell, estimator; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate memibers. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Cornpany. — \ idf p. 2i81, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"CANADIAN FERTILIZER COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 19, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 
Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — John Garner Kerr, James Aloysius McNevin and William 
George Kerr, barristers-at-law; and Myrtle Marguerite Trinnear and Hazel 
Gertrude Field, stenographers; aU of Chatham, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Chatham, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2688, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" J. RUSSELL-MURRAY COMPANY, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated December 19, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $49,000. 
Number of shares, 490. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Membms. — John Russell-Murray, merchant; Maurice James Aykroyd, finan- 
cial agent; John Russell-Murray, the younger; Hugh Russell-Murray, account- 
ants, of Westmount, Que.; and Maude ^^[cGowan, of Outremont, Que., steno- 
grapher. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said coi-porate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 2695, Canada Gazette 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 187 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

• " BRAGER SAMUELS, LIMITED " 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated December 21, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

JSTumber of shares,. 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Meinhers. — Jacob ITathaniel Brager, merchant; Harry Samuels, manager; 

Edwin Peel, chartered accountant; George Murray Lewis, barrister; and Henry 

Thompson Hazelton, secretary; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Jacoib Nathaniel Brager, Harry Samuels and Edwin 

Peel. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2698, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" ELEYKNIT, LIMITED " 

Incorporated December 21, 1921. . . . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — John Eley, manufacturer; James Henry, accountant; Samuel 

Cameron ArreH, barrister-at-law; Ella Weir, clerk; and Stuart Staiith, student- 

at-law; all of Hamilton, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Hamilton, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2697, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued December 21, 1921, to 
«J. 0. WILSON, LIMITED" 

Decreasing the capital stock of the cormpany from $2,500 000 to the sum of $2,057,000, 

being a decrease of 4,430 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 2636, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"MOUNT ROYAL SALES AGENCY, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated December 21, 1921. _ - . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Erank Breadon Common, advocate; Francis George Bush and 

Herbert William Jackson, book-keepers; Greorge Robert Drennan and William 

Patrick Creagh, stenographers; all of Montreal. Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Frank Breadon Common, Francis George Bush and 

William Patrick Creagh. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2925, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued December 21, 1921, to 
•' THE NORTH COUNTRY EXPLORATION & MINING COMPANY. 

LIMITED " 

Decreasing the capital stock of the company from the sum of $1,000,000 to the sum 

of $100,000. 
Vide p. 3430, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



188 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

"EEAL ADVERTISING CO., LIMITEE "' 

Incorporated December 21, 1921. - - . - Amount of capital stock, $19,500. 
Number of shares, 19'.5. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Raoul Fortunat Bertrand, financier; Joseph Raoul Gauthier 
and Romeo Dorval, merchants; Joseph Wilfrid Clermont, commercial traveller; 
and Simeon Desrochers, manufacturer; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2734, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued December 21, 1921, to 
" WRIGHT & DITSOX \aGTOR CO., OF CANADA, LIMITED " 

Changing the corporate name of the company to 
"WRIGHT & DITSON OF CANADA, LIMITED" 

Vide p. 2706, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued December 22, 1921, to 
"GUARANTY DYEING AND FINISHING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Changing the coiTporate name of the company to 
" GUARANTY ,SILK DYEING AND FINISHING COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Vide p. 2705, Canada Gazette, 1921-22 



" L. G. FOURNTER, LIMITED " 

Incorporated December 22, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — William Louis Scott, George David Kelley, Leo Andrew Kelley 
and Arthur Stanley Bourinot, barri&ters-at-law ; and Kathleen Mary Harrison, 
stenographer; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2703, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"REALM SECURITIES, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 22, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000.— Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Sydney Lewell Heaton, law clerk; Annie MacFayden and Ethel 

Baldwin, stenographers; Henry Godfrey Ogg, estate agent; and Herbert Spencer 

Wegg, barrister-at-Iaw; all of Hamilton, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of BiLsiness. — Toronto, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2790, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 189 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"THE WILKIlSrSON GRAIN COMPANY, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Co.) 

Incorporated December 22, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Michael Thomas Burke, advocate; Patrick Mullin, accountant; 

and Walter Moore Kavanagh, financial agent; of Montreal, Que., Henry Judah 

Trihey, of Westmount, Que., advocate and King's Counsel; and William Moses 

Ellis, of Lachine, Que., financial agent. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Michael Thomas Burke, Patrick Mullin and Henry 

Judah Trihey. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 2699, Canada Gazette, 1921-22, 



"CROWN CORK AND SEAL COMPANY, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Co.) 

Incorporated December '27, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Nuniber of shares, 500. — Amount of each sihare, $100. 

Corporate Members. — ^William Benjamin Williken and William Pate Mulock, bar- 
risters-at-law; Ethel Florence Borrett, stenographer; William Arlington Murray 
and John Leeming Gi-rogan, students'-at-law ; and Orlo Lovejay Waugh, manager; 
all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2770, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" KRUGER PAPER COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated December 27, 1921. . - . . Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000.— Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Joseph Kruger, of Westmount, Que., merchant; Rene Chene- 
vert, Leopold Barry and Max Bernfeld, advocates; and Alice Theberge, steno- 
grapher; all of Montreal, Que. 
.First or Provisional Directors. — Joseph Kruger, Rene Chenevert and Max Bernfeld. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2702, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" A. B. G. OIL AND REFINING COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated December 2S, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $750,000. 
Number of shares, 750,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — Thomas Scott Howson, retired engineer; Ro'bert Hamilton. 

financier; Charles Nathan Cornell, broker; May Kennedy Cornelland Catharine 

Jane Hamilton, married woman; all of Vancouver, B.C. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Vancouver, B.C. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2781, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



190 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
"ALBERT'S FURNITURE CO]VtPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 28, 1921. - - . - Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 
Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Peter Bercovitch and Robert Louis Calder, both of Hi? 

Majesty's Counsel, learned in the law ; James Johnston, accountant ; and Paschal 

Tache, clerk; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
01>jects of the Company. — Vide p. 2778, Canada Gazette, 1&21-22. 



" CANADA INDUSTRIES, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated December 28, 1921. . - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Breadon Common, advocate; Francis George Bush, book- 
keeper; George Robert Drennan, Alexander Gordon Yeoman and William Patrick 
Creagh, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Busi7iess. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Com.pany.-^Vide p. 2776, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"BROOKEVILLE GRANITE QUARRIES OF CANADA, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 28, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $600,000. 
Number of shares, 6,000. — Amount of each share, $100.. 

Corporate Members. — Frederick William Louthood and Reginald Edmund Forde, 
accountants; Clive Hastings Haig, barrister-at-law; Thomas Ernest Meredith, 
law clerk ; and Sidney Ward, solicitor ; all of Winnii>eg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 4018, Canada Gazette, 1921-22, 



"WINNIPEG- ENVELOPES, LIMITED" 

IneorpofatM December 28, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $200,000. 
Number of shares, 2,000. — Amount of each share, $iOO. 

Corporate Members.— Hentf Lee Willson, Frank Ernest Martin and George Melville 
Stundeh, merchants; James Buchan and James H'odge Miln, salesmen; all of 
Winnipeg, Man. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2772, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



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SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 19j 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"BAILEY METER COHPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 29, 1921. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
JSTumber of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Howard Addison Hall, Cuthbert Peart Coatsworth and Norma 
Lown, barristers; John Eddingjton Kerr, student-at-la\v; and Lillian Dillon, Mary 
Alice Corbett, Emma Staples and Hilda Annie Lewis, stenographers; all of 
Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2778, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"THE EEDERAL PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

incorporated December 29, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $45,000. 

Number of shares, 4*50. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Memhers.-^jo&eph. Philias Laurin, marble cutter; Peter Bernard Mellon, 

editor; Eugene Joseph Labelle, publicist; David Morin, accountant; and Joseph 

Jolicoeur, agent; all of Ottawa, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 
Oljects of the Company. — Vide p. 2773, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" MEN'S ATTIRE COMPANY, LIMITED " 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated December 29, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Roland Maillet, Jean Charles Charbonneau, and Pierre Ledieu, 
advocates; Louis Cheriy, merchant; and Germaine Bolduc, stenographer; all of 
Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2777, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued December 29, 1921, to 
"NEVERFAIL PRODUCTS, LIMITED" 

Changing the corporate name of. the company to that of 

" COLLINS NEVERFAIL PRODUCTS, LIMITED " 

Vide p. 279S, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" OLIVIER CANADA, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

incorporated December 29, 1921. . . - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Arthur Louis Georges Phene, manager; Henri Gustave Smith 

and James Johnston White Simpson, solicitors; Eva Worthington and Eva 

Atkinson, stenographers; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 2769, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



192 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 192^ 
"BIRMINGHAM MOTORS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 30, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $3,000,000. 
Xumber of shares, 300,000. — Amount of each share, $10. 

Corporate Members. — Cuthbert Peart Coatsworth, barrister-at-law; John Eddington 
Kerr, student-at-law; Jes«ie Reid and Emma Staples, stenographers, and Mabel 
Bruce, office clerk ; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2918, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"BRITISH COMMONWEALTH PUBLISHERS, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated December 30, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Stanley Gardner Metcalfe, William Michael linger and Wilfred 
Joseph Grace, barristers-at-law ; William Gordon Smith, Archibald Henry Met- 
calfe and James Malloy, agents; Herbert St<?phen Taylor, accoiuitant, and 
Michael Conway, financial broker; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2785, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"EASTERN ENGINEERING CO:\LPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 30, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $500.00i> 

Number of shares, 100,000. — Amount of each share, no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Colville Sinclair and Ralph Erskin Allan, advocates; Angus 
MacLeod Murray, cashier; Marjory Anderson and Ethel Maud Kelley, steno- 
graphers ; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2783, Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 



" HOLMAC, LIMITED " 

Incorporated December 30, 1921. - - - Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 
Number of shares,. 500. — Amount of each share, no nominal or par value. 

Corporate Members. — Angue Compston Heighington and Wilfrid Heighington, bar- 
risters-at-law; John Alexander Boyd, student-at-law; William John Dash, book- 
keeper, and Ethel Shore, stenographer; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Angus Compston Heighington, Wilfrid Heighington 
and John Alexander Boyd. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the C ompany .—V ide p. 2792, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 






SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 193 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"L. S. TAKSHIS & SONS, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated December 30 1921, - - - Amount of capital stock, $125,000. 
Number of sharee, 1,250. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Breadon Common, advocate; Francis George Bush and 
Herbert William Jackson, book- keepers ; George Robert Drennan and William 
Patrick Creagh, stenographers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Frank Breadon Common, Francis George Bush and 
William Patrick Creagh. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2920, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"MILLERS MACHINERY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated Decemiber 30, 1921. . . - Amount of capital stock, $150,000. 

Number of shares, 1,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Louis Philippe Crepeau, advocate and King's counsel; Maurice 
Dugas, Segfried Hinson Read Bush and John Parker Callaghan, advocates, and 
Cyril Patrick Nolan, accountant; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Segfried Hinson Read Bush, John Parker Callaghan 
and Cyril Patrick Nolan. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2768, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"THE SUPERIOR FURNITURE COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 30, 1921. . . . Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 

Number of preferred shares, 200. — Amount of each preferred share, $100. 

Number of common shares, 200. — Amount of each common share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Maude Leahy, Jessie Stevens and Nora Shevlin, stenographers; 

Robena Hardwick, book-keeper, and Ada Lane, clerk; all of Peteriborough, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Maude Leahy, Jessie Stevens and Robena Hardwick. 
Chief place of Business. — Norwood, Ont. 
Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 2923, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"W. LLOYD WOOD, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 30, 1921. . . . Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 
Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — William Lloyd Wood, the Elder, and William Lloyd Wood, the 
Younger, manufacturers, and Thomas Hubert Stinson, Alexander MacKenzie 
Fulton and John Ernest Anderson, solicitors; all of Lindsay, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2780, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 

22—13 



194 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
Supplementary Letters Patent issued December 31, 1921, to 
"HALL AXD HODGES, LIMITED" 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $50,000 to the sum of $100,000, 
being an increase of 500 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 2^.39, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"LIOX CtRIXDIXG wheels, LIMITED" 

IncoPix)rated December 31, 1921. - . . Amount of capital stock, $140,000 
Xumber of shares, 1,400. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — John Rutherford Baxter, merchant ; Thomas Robert Eland, 
secretary-treasurer; "William Joseph Hall, salesman, and Frederick Graves, book- 
keeper, of Montreal, Que., and Donald MacArthur Scott, of Broekville, Ont., 
barrister. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Broekville, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2788, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"W. X. WARD FUR COMPAXY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated December 81, 1921. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Xumber of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — William Xelson Ward and Gordon Thomas Ward, furriers, 
Samuel Rogers and George Edward Edmonds, solicitors, and Margaret Duncan 
Watson, stenographer ; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2911, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE BEAUTY BRUSH COMPAXY, LIMITED " 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated January 3,, 1922. - . - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Xumber of shares, 50,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — J. Ogle Carss and Stanley Gardner Metcalfe, barristers-at-law; 

Orlando Arthur Letts, agent; Charles Almond Patton, accountant; and Harry 

Renaud, clerk; all of Ottawa, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — J. Ogle Carss, Orlando Arthur Letts and Charles 

Almond Patton. 
Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2927, Canada- Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 195 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"BELDAM'S ASBESTOS PACKINa & GENEEAL MANUFACTUEING COM- 
PANY, LIMITED" 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated January 3, il922. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $300,000. 
Number of shares, 3,000. — Am.ount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Mertibers. — Charles Brotchie Nasmith and Eobert Eennell, solicitors; 
Joseph Louis Shannon, barrister-at-law ; Anna McCartney, stenographer; Harry 
Gowans Kent, builder; Eobert White Baillie, accountant; and Muriel Holden, 
private secretary ; all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 2909, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"G. D. BUEN & COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated January 3, 1922. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 
N'umber of shares, 250. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Wentworth Greene and Alexander Christie Hill, solicitors; 
Hugh Bedford Dale Harris, barrister ; Frances Amelia Heming, stenographer ; and 
Sarah Florence McDougall, hook-keeper ; all of Ottawa, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — "Wentworth Greene, Alexander Christie Hill and 
Hugh Bedford Dale Harris. 

Chief place of Business. — Ottawa, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2924, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"SUN-MAID EAISIN GEOWEES OF CANADA, LIMITED" 

Incorporated January 3, 1922. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 

Number of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — ^John Edward Grivell, accountant; Bessie MJoore Eogers, Ella 

Mary Jackson, Hanna Grace McKeil and Pearl Schramm, stenographers; all of 

Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors.— John Edward Grivell, Bessie Moore Eogers and Ella 

Mary Jackson. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 2926, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"CANADIAN MOLUDITE, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated January 4, 1921. . - . Amount of capital stock, $400,000. 

Number of shares, 4,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — John Beswick Bailey, manager; and Alexander Aitken Gray, 

barrister, of North Vancouver, B.C., Alexander Laird and Edith Louise Paterson, 

barristers; and Harold Baguley, clerk; of Vancouver, B.C. 
First or Provisional Directors. — John Beswick Bailey, Alexander Aitken Gray and 

Alexander Laird. 
Chief place of Business. — Vancouver, B.C. 
Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 2922. Canada Gazette. 1921-22. 

22— I3i 



196 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 

"CANADIAN PNEUMATIC AUTOMOBILE ACOESSOEIES, LIMITED" 

Incorporated January 4, 1922. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 

Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Memhers. — Joseph Hormidas Eainville and Leopold Choquette, advocates; 

Joseph Ernest Hainvile, Jacques Xarcisse Cartier and Joseph Albert Maynard, 

agents; all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — ^^tontreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company.— Vide p, 29@3, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" COEDOBA COFFEE COMPANY, LIMITED » 

Incorporated January 4, 1922. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $5,000,000. 

Number of shares, 50,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Memhers. — Cuthbert Peart Coatsworth, barrister-at-law; John Edimgton 

Kerr, student-at-law ; Jessie Eeid and Emma Staples, stenograyliers; j.nd Mabel 

Bruce, office clerk; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said .corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2930^ Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" DAY-MAETIN, LIMITED " 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated January 4, 1922. - - - Amount of capital stock, $150,000. 
Number of shares, 1,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Memhers. — Aubrey Huntingdon Elder, Felix Winfield Hackett and Win- 
chester Henry Biggar, advocates; Darley Burley-Smith, clerk; and Frank Ash- 
worth, accountant; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 2968, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" EITINGTON-SCHILD COMPANY, LIMITED " 

(As a Private CouKpany) 

Incorporated January 4. 19:^2;. - .- Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Memhers. — MichaeJ Thomas Burke and Arthur Eeginald Whitney Plimsoll, 
advocates; Patrick ^lullin, accountant; and Walter Moore Kavanagh, financial 
agent; of Montreal, Que.; and William Moses Ellis, of Lachine, Que., financial 
agent. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Ohjects of the Company. — Vide p. 2911, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued January 4, 1922, to 
"THE ELCAYA COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED" 

Amending the Letters Patent by subdividing 100 shares of $100 each into 1,000 shares 
of $10 each, and increasing the capital stock of the company from $10,000 to the 
sum of $50,000, being an increase of 4,000 shares of $10 each. 
Vide p. 2939. Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT I97 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

ELIZABETH BEST CONFECTION'S, LIMITED" 

Incorporated January 4, 1922. - . . Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Alexander Weddell, insurance agent; William Aubrey Richard- 
son and George William Lundy, manufacturers; John Edmund Lyonel Goodwill, 
barrister-at-law; and Edith Hardwick, book-keeper; all of Peterborough, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Peterborough, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2791, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE F. J. ALLWAED COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated January 4, 1922. - - . Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Frederick James Allward. manufacturer; James Richardson 

Roaf and John Creighton, solicitors; Frederick George McBrien, student-at-law ; 

and William Graham, broker; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisionnl Direcior.9. — Frederick James Allward, James Richardson Roaf 

and Frederick George McBrien. 
Chief place of Btusiness. — Toronto, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2913, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"HARRY ROTHER & COMPANY, LIMITED" 
(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated January 4, 1922. . - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000.- 

Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share. $100. 
Corporate MemTiers. — Henry Weinficlcl, Wo-tmonnt, Que., advocate; Marcus Meyer 

Sperber and Lyon Levine, advocates; David Isaac Shvemar, student-at-law; and 

Sarah Miller, stenographer; of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2914, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued January 4. 1922, to 
"THE IMPERIAL WRITING MACHINE COMPANY, LIMITED" 

(and reduced) 

Reducing the capital stock of the company from $400,000 to the sum of $200,000, being 
a reduction of the par value of the shares from $100 each to $50 each, and repay- 
ment to the holders of 2,000 issued shares the sum of $15 per share. 
Vide p. 2940, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"J. D. CAIVHRAND COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated January 4, 1922. - - . . Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Joseph Donat Camirand, trader; Joseph Hermenegilde Racicot, 

jeweller; Joseph Aristide Parent, notary; Joseph Edme Picard, clerk; Ellen 

Elizabeth O'Malley, accountant, all of Montreal, Que. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que, 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2934, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



198 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
"MAN EIVER OIL AXD GAS COMPANY, LIMITED" 
Incorporated January 4, 1922. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $300,000. 
ISTuniber of shares, 300,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 

Corporate Members. — George Leonhard, dentist; William Burns Tarbet and Jacob 
Ezra Ratz, merchants; Thomas Mitchell, manager; Samuel Semple, contractor; 
John Harrison Abbott, druggist; Hugh Maher, broker; Cameron Ross Mcintosh, 
newspaper proprietor; and John McLellan Swain, teacher; all of North Battle- 
ford, Sask. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — ^STorth Battleford, Sask. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 2916, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



« SECURITY EGG CASE FILLER COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED " 

Incorporated January 4, 1922. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Walter Roy Nickle and Ronald Dugald Wliite, manufacturers; 
Llewellyn Purdom, barrister; William Wanless Purdom, agent; and Trevor Ken- 
neth Holm, accountant, all of London, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — London, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Tide p. 2790, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" ROBERT BURROWS & CO., LIMITED " 
(As a private company) 

Incorporated January 5, 1922. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Walter AKred Merrill and Archibald Stalker, advocates; Jean 
Lang Muir, accountants; Emily Oldroyd and Margaret Johnston, secretaries, all 
of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2919, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" MONMOUTH STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIlVnTED " 

(As a private company) 

Incorporated January 6, 1922. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — George Meredith Huycke and Norman Emanuel Strickland, 
barristers-at-law; John Joseph Huggard and Morley Herman Breuls, students- 
at-law; and George Evans Atwood, accountant, all of Toronto, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — George Meredith Huycke, Norman Emanuel Strick- 
land and George Evans Atwood. 

Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 

Objects of the Company.— Vide p. 2783, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 199 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

" ALCAN OIL CORPOEATION, LIMITED " 

Incorporated January 7, 1922 - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 

Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Richmond Wyllie Hart, barrister; Charles Herbert Croft Leg- 

g-ott and Edna Fitzsimons, accountants; Xellie MacDonald and Ethel Augusta 

Hawkes, stenographers, all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Charles Herbert Croft Leggott, Edna Fitzsimons and 

Nellie MacDonald. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2915, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"THE BRITISH XYLONITE COMPANY CANADA, LIMITED" 

Incorporated January 7, 1922. . - - . Amount of capital stock, $25,000. 

Number of shares, 250. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Percy Wood Beatty, Kenneth Sheridan Ham and William 

Durie Gwynne, barristers; John Sidney Smith, solicitor's clerk; and William 

George McMullen, bookkeepers, all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Percy Wood Beatty, Kenneth Sheridan Ham and 

William Durie Gwynne. 
Chief place of Business. — Toronto, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2931, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued January 9, 1922, to 
" J. & A. D. GRIMOND (CANADA) LIMITED " 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that of 

"JUTE INDUSTRIES (CANADA) LIMITED." 

Vide p. 2939, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" R. M. BALLANTYNE, LIMITED " 

Incorporated January 9, 1922. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $500,000. 
Number of shares, 5,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Frank Breadon Common and Linton Hossie Ballantyne, advo- 
cates; Francis George Bush and Herbert William Jackson, book-keepers; George 
Robert Drennan, Alexander Gordon Yeoman and William Patrick Creagh, steno- 
graphers; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — 'Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3027, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"OLIVIER-HUGHES COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated January 9, 1922. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 

Number of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — Lancing Belmont Campbell, barrister-at-law ; William Andrew 

Riddell, adjuster; Albert Edward Perry, manager; John Louis Olivier and Frank 

Hughes, merchants; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — Lancing Belmont Campbell, William Andrew Riddell 

and Albert Edward Perry. 
Chief place of Biisiness. — Toronto, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2929, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



200 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
" SECURITY EXPOET COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated January 9, 1922. - . - - Amount of capital stock, $50^000. 
Number of shares, 500. — ^Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Clive Jeffery 3IacLeod, Russell William Campbell, John Camp- 
bell Broadfoot, William Howard August and Ivan James Rochester Deacon, all 
of Winnipeg, Man., barristers. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said coiiwrate m.embers. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2789, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE CRAWFORD COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated January 10, 1922. - . - - x^mount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — James Cockburn Willock and Royal Edward Robertson, com- 
mercial travellers; Maxwell Stuart Nelson, mining engineer; Frank Robert Cook, 
accountant; and Allan William Crawford, merchant; all of Montreal, Que. 

First or Provisional Directors. — James Cockburn Willock, Royal Edward Robertson 
and Allan William Crawford. 

Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2935, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" PRE:MIER petroleum corporation, LIMITED " 

Incorporated January 10, 1922. _ - - - Amount of capital stock, $2,000,000, 

Number of shares, 2,000,000. — Amount of each share, $1. 
Corporate Members. — Roscoe Sherman Rodd, Walker Whiteside and Lewis Alfred 

McHugh, barristers; William Home, accountant; and Laeta Marguerite Whaley, 

stenographer; all of Windsor, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said coi-porate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Windsor, Ont. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 2915, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" THE BOLT-ON SLEIGH & CARRIAGE COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated January 11, 1922. - - - - Amount of capital stock, $50,000. 
Number of shares, 5O0. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Howard Malcolm Bolton, commercial traveller, Robert Thomas 
Bolton, barber, Girard Honeyford West, and Robert Woolley Buckley, account- 
ants; and George Arthur Cruise, barrister; all of Saskatoon, Sask. 

First or Provisional Directors. — ^Howard Malcolm Bolton, Robert Thomas Bolton and 
George Arthur Cruise. 

Chief place of Business. — Winnipeg, Man. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3159, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary Letters Patent issued January 11, 1922, to 
"KINDERSLEY (SASKATCHEWAN) FARM LANDS, LIMITED" 

Subdividing the 100 shares of the capital stock of the company of $100 each, into 

10,000 preferred shares of $1 each. 

Vide p. aOiO, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



SYNOPSES OF LETTERS PATENT 201 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 22 

"KIEKWOOD LINE LIMITED" 

Incorporated January 11, 1922. - - - . Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 
Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Thomas Joseph Coonan, Arthur Reginald Whitney Plimsoll 
and Michael Thomas Burke, advocates; Edmund Hugh Keilly and John Mul- 
cair, notaries; Florence Walsh, secretary; Francis Anthony Bussiere and Henry 
Harold Kavanagh, student s-at-law ; all of Montreal, Que. 

Fvst or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Btisiness. — Montreal, Que. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3170, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. ■ 



Supplementary Letters issued January 11, 1922, to the 
" LOG SUPPLY COMPANY, LIMITED " 

Changing the corporate name of the company to that of 

" THE MATCH COMPANY, LIMITED." 

Vide p. 2939, Canada Gazette,, 1921-22, 



" MALDEN ELEVATOE COMPANY, LIMITED " 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated January 11, 1922. - - - Amount of capital stock, $250,000. 

Number of shares, 2,500. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — Claude Albert Maiden, of Rouleau, Sask., grain merchant; 

Lyle Joseph Maiden, of Milestone, Sask., grain merchant; Lloyd Dickenson 

Maiden, of Drinkwater, Sask., grain merchant; Earl Thomson Maiden, of Regina, 

Sask., merchant; and Frederick William Torney, of Moose Jaw, Sask., barrister. 

First or Provisional Directors. — Claude Albert Maiden, Lyle Joseph Maiden and 

Lloyd Dickenson Maiden. 
Chief place of Business. — Rouleau, Sask. 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3028, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



Supplementary -Letters Patent issued January 12, 1922, to the 
"FELDSPAR MINES CORPORATION, LIMITED," 

Increasing the capital stock of the company from $10,000 to the sum of $50,000, 

being an increase of 400 shares of $100 each. 

Vide p. 2939, Can<ida Gazette, 1921-22. 



"GLEN STEAMSHIPS, LIMITED" 

Incorporated January 12, 1922. - - - Amount of capital stock, $1,000,000. 
Number of shares, 10,000. — Amount of each share, $100. 

Corporate Members. — James Playfair, vessel owner; Douglas Leland White, manu- 
facturer; David Shear Pratt, lumberman; John Walter Benson, accountant; 
and Frederick William Grant, barrister-at-law ; all of Mlidland, Ont. 

First or Provisional Directors. — The said corporate members. 

Chief place of Business. — Midland, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3032, Canada Gazette, 1921-22, 



202 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

13 GEORGE V, A. 1923 
"PATTERSON CONSTRUCTIOX COMPAXT, LIMITED" 

Incorporated January 12, lt)22. - . . Amount of capital stock, $40,000. 
Xumber of shares, 400. — Amount of each share, $100, 

Corporate Members. — Walter Hugh Patterson, contractor; Jamieeon Bone, capital- 
ist; Sanford Rattray Burrows, insurance agent; Jamee Bertram Boyce, agent; 
and Edmund Duckett O'Flynn, solicitor; all of Belleville, Ont, 

First or Promsional Directors. — Walter Hugh Patterson, Jamieson Bone and San- 
ford Rattray Burrows, 

Chief place of Business. — Belleville, Ont. 

Objects of the Company. — Vide p, 3170, Canada Gazette, 1921-22, 



" SCOTT-HOLMES, LIMITED " 

(As a Private Company) 

Incorporated January 12, 1922, - . - Amount of capital stock, $100,000, 

Xumber of shares, 1,000. — Amount of each share, $100, 
Corporate Members. — William James Scott and William Martin Holmes, Esquires; 

James Steller Lovell, accountant; William Bain, book-keeper; and Robert 

Gowans, solicitor's clerk; all of Toronto, Ont. 
First or Provisional Directors. — William James Scott, William Martin Holmes and 

James Steller Lovell, 
Chief place of Business- — Toronto, Ont, 
Objects of the Company. — Vide p. 3034, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



"LA COMPAGNIE MUTUELLE DE MAISONS, LIMITEE " 
"THE MUTUAL HOUSING COMPANY, LIMITED" 

Incorporated January 13, 1922. - - - Amount of capital stock, $100,000. 
Number of preferred shares, 990. — Amount of each preferred share, $100, 
Number of common shares, 1,000, — Amount of each common share, $1, 
Corporate Members. — Louis Brochu, accountant; Salluste Lavery, and Maurice 
Demers, advocates; Thomas Robillard, bailiff; and Albina Brunet, stenogra- 
pher; all of Montreal, Que, 
First or Provisional Directors. — The said corjKirate members. 
Chief place of Business. — Montreal, Que, 
Objects of the Company. — Vi^e p. 3181, Canada Gazette, 1921-22. 



" NATIONAL SAND AND ]^L\TERIAL COilPANY, LIMITED " 

Incorporated January 13, 1922. - - - Amount of capital stock. $1,000,000. 

Number of shares, 10,000. — Amotmt of each share, $100. 
Corporate Members. — David Dick, the Younger, contractor; ]\[argaret France, Dic