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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Government 



OF THE P«M«.U« 



Province of Ontario 



FOR THE 



Twelve Months Ended 31st October 



'/in- 1912 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF 

THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 




TORONTO : 
Printed and Published by L. K. CAMERON, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty 

1913. 




Printed by 
WILLIAM BRIGGS, 
29-37 Richmond Street West, 
TORONTO 



Government 
Publications 



To His Honour 

Sir John Morison Gibson, K.C.M.G., a Colonel in the Militia of Canada, 

etc., etc., etc. 

Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of Ontario. 

May it Please Youk Honour : 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Honour the Public 
Accounts of the Province of Ontario for the twelve months ended 31st October, 
1912. 

Kespectfully submitted, 

I. B. LUCAS, 

Acting Treasurer. 
Treasury Department, Ontario, 
Toronto, February 8th, 1913. 



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Audit Office, 
February 8th, 1913. 

Hon I. B. Lucas, K.C., 

Acting Provincial Treasurer, 
Toronto. 

Sir, — I have the honour to submit to vou the Public Accounts for the twelve 
months ended 31st October, 1912. 

I have the honour to be, 

Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. CLANCY, 

Auditor. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Miscellaneous Statements. 

PAGE 

Aid to Railways from Confedera- 
tion A 74-76 

Assets and Liabilities A 63-65 

Bank Balances A 22 

Comparative Statement 599-614 

Expenditure Statement 569-598 

Government Stationery Account. A 58-62 

Interest Account A 23 

Municipal Securities A 70-71 

Province of Ontario Loans A 67-69 

Railway Aid and Annuities Certi- 
ficates A 72 

Revenue and Expenditure A 18-21 

Sinking Funds A 73 

Temiskaming and Northern Onta- 
rio Railway A 66 

Summary Revenue Statements. 

Agriculture A 26-27 

Algoma Taxes A 34 

Casual Revenue A 54-56 

Education A 25 

Fisheries A 28-31 

Insurance A 33 

Lands, Farests and Mines A 24 

Law Stamps A 35 

Provincial Secretary's DepartmentA 32 

Succession Duty A 36-45 

Supplementary Revenue Taxes . . A 46-53 



Details of Expenditure. 

PAGE 

Agricultural Department: 

Civil Government 31-38 

General Expenditure 241-319 

Attorney-General's Department: 

Civil Government 4-6 

General Expenditure 45-70 

Audit Office 19 

Education Department: 

Civil Government 6-8 

General Expenditure 70-150 

Executive Council Office 3 

King's Printer's Office 38 

Lands, Forests and Mines: 

Civil Government 8-13 

General Expenditure 491-513 

Legislation 39-45 

Lieutenant-Governor's Office 3 

Miscellaneous Services 522-554 

Provincial Secretary's Department: 

Civil Government 19-31 

General Expenditure 150-241 

Public Works Department: 

Civil Government 13-17 

General Expenditure 332-490 

Refunds 513-521 

Treasury Department 17-19 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



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Statement giving the Names of Officials who drew pay from more than one source 
during the Twelve Months ended October 31st, 1912. 



Name. 



Page. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Aikens, I. R. 
do 

Amyot, J. A. 

do 

Argue, Jno 

do 

Armstrong, S. A. 
do 

Bayly, Edward . 
do 

Berthon, C. S. 
do 

Brown, R 

do 

Cameron, L. K. 
do 

Cashman, D. F. . 
do 

Casselman, A. C. 
do 

Chisholm, W. I. 
do 

Clancy, James . . 
do 

Clark, John F. . 
do 

Clarke, W. H. .. 
do 

Creelman, G. C. . 
do 

Cunningham, M. 
do ...... 

Dailey, W. P. ... 
do 

Davies, W. J. . . . 

do 

do 

Dymond, A. M. . 
do 

Emery, J. W. ... 
do 





$ c. 


$ c. 


21 


1,600 00 




553 


300 00 


1,900 00 






25 


2,500 00 




273 


943 00 


3,443 00 






32 


1,400 00 




32 


200 00 


1,600 00 






19 


3,600 00 




553 


750 00 


4,350 00 






4 


3,600 00 




4 


500 00 


4,100 00 






39 


650 00 




63 


394 33 


1,044 33 


334 


750 00 


40 


75 00 


825 00 


38 


1,700 00 


39 


400 00 


2,100 00 


31 


1.150 00 


37 


250 00 


1,400 00 • 


119 


2.700 00 


101 


100 00 


2,800 00 






115 


2,000 00 




101 


100 00 


2,100 00 


557 


3.500 00 


553 


1,000 00 


4,500 00 


6 


200 00 


100 


225 00 


425 00 


38 


1,200 00 


44 


12 00 


1,212 00 


290 


2,500 00 


552 


500 00 


3,000 00 






290 


700 00 




552 


100 00 


800 00 


150 


1.700 00 


553 


160 00 


1,860 00 


61 


1,650 00 


18 


100 00 




44 


75 00 


1,825 00 


39 


2,300 00 


63 


2,231 73 


4,531 73 






117 


2,060 00 




102 


100 00 


2,160 00 



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No. 1 



Statement giving the Names of Officials who drew pay from more than one source 
during the Twelve Months ended October 31st, 1912— (Continued). 



Name. 


Page. 


Amount. 


Total 


Faulds, E. A 


6 
102 

117 
102 

109 
102 

48 
46 

61 

112 
102 

24 

28 

109 
102 

4 
543 

115 

102 

106 
!02 

S3 
553 

227 
553 

n 

543 

14 
553 

114 
102 

38 
38 

4 
553 

109 
102 

24 
25 


1 

$ c. 

1,500 00 

25 00 


$ c. 


do 






1,525 00 


Fox, F 


700 00 
20 28 


do 






720 28 


Gibson, J. W 


2,060 00 
100 00 


do 






2,160 00 


Gorrie, James 


800 00 
72 00 


do 






872 00 


Greer, Wm 


2,050 00 
200 00 


do 






2,250 00 


Heffernan, N 


650 00 
33 00 


do 






683 00 


Jones, George W 


1,100 00 
88 50 








1,188 50 


Karr, J. W 


2,000 00 
100 00 


do 






2,100 00 


Kelly, M. T 


650 00 
100 00 




750 00 


Keyes, S. J 

do 


2,060 00 
100 00 




2,160 00 


LeRoy, G 


650 00 
122 88 








772 88 


Lymer, Thos 


700 00 
200 00 


do 






900 00 


Lyons, F. W 


950 00 
300 00 








1,250 00 


Maclaurin, E. A 

do 


2,100 00 
700 00 




2,800 00 


Maclean, W. A 


1,800 00 
500 00 








2,300 00 


Macpherson, F. F 


2,060 00 
200 00 


do 






2,260 00 


Magill, R. B 


1,100 00 
100 00 








1,200 00 


Marseilles, W 


1,450 00 
100 00 


do 






1,550 00 


Marshall, E. E 


650 00 
54 00 








704 00 


McCullough, J. W. S 

do 


3,400 00 
300 00 




3,700 00 



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Statement giving the Names of Officials who drew pay from more than one source 
during the Twelve Months ended October 31st, 1912.— (Continued). 



Name. 


Page. 


Amount. 


Total. 


McCutcheon, J. M 


117 
102 

134 
553 

4 
544 

4 
544 

114 
102 

44 

63 

553 

106 
102 

116 
102 

124 

128 

88 
92 
93 

114 
102 

48 
63 

106 
102 

112 
102 

334 
40 

17 
544 

9 
44 

106 
102 

3 
333 


$ c. 

2,060 00 

100 00 


$ c. 


do 






2,160 00 


Merchant, F. W 


3,500 00 
1,000 00 


do 






4,500 00 


Mitchell, F. H 


1,000 00 
100 00 


do 






1,100 00 


Moore, R 


700 00 
200 00 


do 






900 00 


Morgan, S. A 


2,800 00 
200 00 


do 






3,000 00 


Morrison, V. R 

do 


740 00 

45 00 

100 00 


do 






885 00 


Moshier, D. D. , 


2,140 00 
100 00 








2,240^00 


Mowry, B. . 


650 00 
63 81 


do 






713 81 


Nursey, W. R 


2,100 00 
100 00 




2,200 00 


Payment, L. E. O. 

do 


1,200 00 
200 00 
666 66 








2,066 66 




650 00 
107 22 


do 






757 22 


Perry, W. W 


900 00 
1,339 10 








2,239 10 




2,060 00 
100 00 


do 






2,160 00 


Radcliffe, S. J 


2,800 00 
200 00 




3,000 00 


do 


750 00 
75 00 




825 00 


Rennie, R 


1,150 00 
100 00 


do 






1,250 00 




479 00 
25 00 


do 






504 00 


Scott, Wm 


3,000 00 
200 00 


do 






3,200 00 




1,284 00 
200 00 


do 






1,484 00 



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No. 1 



Statement giving the Names of Officials who drew pay from more than one source 
during the Twelve Months ended October 31st, 1912.— (Concluded). 



Name. 



Silcox, S 

do 

Simser, P 

do 

Slemon, E. T. 
do 

Springer, S 

do 

Stevenson, A. . . 
do 

Sydere, A. H. 
do 

Vale, W. J 

do 

Walker, D 

do 

Webb, Irene 

do 

White, Aubrey . . 
do 

Whyte, D 

do 

Wilkinson, W. B. 

do 

do 



Page. 



117 
102 

551 
553 

109 
102 

290 
552 

109 
102 

39 
44 

5 
553 

115 

102 

31 
32 

8 
10 

106 
102 

39 

63 

553 



Amount. 



$ c. 

2,800 00 

100 00 



1,200 00 
100 00 



2,060 00 
100 00 



2,100 00 
100 00 



2,060 00 
150 00 



2,500 00 
1,000 00 



2,000 00 
350 00 



2,800 00 
200 00 



700 00 
50 00 



4,100 00 
150 00 



2,000 00 
200 00 



2,000 00 

1,531 73 

500 00 



Total. 



2,900 00 
1,300 00 
2,160 00 
2,200 00 
2,210 00 
3,500 00 
2,350 00 
3,000 00 
750 00 
4,250 00 
2,200 00 

4,031 73 



1911-12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. a!3 



Statement showing Certificates given under Provisions of Section 17 (a) of the 
Audit Act, where no Audit was made. 



Civil Government: — 

Humphreys, John R., Education Department 52 85 

James, C. C, Agriculture Department 9 50 

Education: — 

Orr, R. B., Museum 25 00 

Colonization and Immigration: — 

Smythe, James A., work in Great Britain 21 83 



. 



MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS 



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Copy of a Minute of the Treasury Board, dated the 8th day of February, a. d., 
1913. 

Upon consideration of the report of the Honourable the Treasurer, dated the 
8th day of February, a.d., 1913, the Treasury Board doth hereby order that, pur- 
suant to the provisions of sub-section 1 of section 29 of the " The Audit Act," as 
amended by Chapter 10, 9 Edward VII., No. 1 Statement in the Public Accounts 
of Receipts and Payments for the year ending 31st October, 1912, be published 
as per the attached copy of said statement. 

Certified, 

J. LONSDALE CAPRfiOL, 

Clerk, Treasury Board. 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 2. 
STATEMENT OF BANK BALANCES, 31st OCTOBER, 1912. 



Current Balance. 



Special Deposits. 



$ c. 



British North America 

Commerce 

Northern Crown. ...,., 

Dominion . . . . » , 

Farmers , 

Hamilton 

Home 

Imperial 

Merchants 

Metropolitan 

Molsons 

Montreal , 

Nova Scotia 

Ottawa 

Quebec 

Royal 

Standard 

Sterling 

Toronto 

Union 

Commerce 

Northern Crown 

Dominion 

Farmers 

Hamilton 

Home 

Imperial 

Merchants 

Metropolitan 

Molsons 

Montreal 

Nova Scotia 

Ottawa 

Royal 

Standard 

Sterling 



Less balance of Federal Subsidy for Agricul- 
ture, deposited to Special Account 



1,473 46 
12,052 70 

691 93 
4,732 52 
1,445 66 
1,524 32 

754 78 
2,507 48 
4,036 42 
1,957 52 
2,453 55 
3,015 66 
2,799 10 
3,744 20 
2,690 38 
8,950 66 
2,064 34 

859 47 
2,551 75 
3,315 03 



60,000 00 
50,000 00 
75,000 00 
25,000 00 
95,000 00 
50,000 00 

125,000 00 

100,000 00 
25,000 00 
75,000 00 

300,000 00 
25,000 00 

265,000 00 
77,000 00 
50,000 00 
25,000 00 



63,620 93 



1,422,000 00 



1,485,620 93 
46,549 05 



1,439,071 88 



1911 12 



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a24 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 4. 

Statement of Revenue of the Department of Lands, Forests and Mines for 
the year ending October 31st, 1912. 



Service. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Land collections. 

Crown Lands— 

Agricultural 

Mining 


220,595 76 
51,634 48 


272,230 24 
11,384 64 

52,030 16 

107,162 70 
250,145 65 

190,875 53 








Common School Lands 


7,121 25 
4,263 39 




University Lands 








Rent— 

Mining Leases 


33,098 34 
18,931 82 




Crown Leases 








Miners' Licenses 


56,147 75 

1,780 75 

49,234 20 




Permits 




Recording Fees 








Royalties 




• 


Supplementary Revenue— 
Acreage Tax 


15,770 62 

155,506 86 

19,598 05 




Profit Tax 




„ Gas Tax 








WOODS AND FORESTS- 




883,828 92 


540,702 85 

1,339,957 12 

96,262 81 

8,740 00 


Timber Dues 












Transfer Fees 








654 00 

655 47 
2,698 51 


1,985,662 78 


Provincial Assay Fees 


4,007 98 
8,878 50 


Casual Fees . 




Cullers' Fees 








Algonquin Park 


7,610 05 
489 65 
778 80 




Rondeau Park 

Forest Reserves 








REFUNDS— 




12,886 48 


3,177 16 

13,821 88 

74 77 

60 00 

208 25 

468 50 

16 00 


Fire Ranging 






Surveys 






Contingencies 






Diamond Drill 






Agents' Salaries 
















17,826 56 






- 


2,900,204 74 



1911 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a25 






No 5. 

EDUCATIONAL REVENUE FOR 1911=12. 

Statement of Receipts of the Department of Education for the year ending 

October 31st, 1912. 



Sub Department. 



Particulars. 



Amount. , Total. 



Normal Schools : 
Toronto, London, Otta- 
wa, Peterborough, 
Stratford, Hamilton and 
North Bay 



Provincial Model Schools: 
Toronto and Ottawa. . . 

Departmental Exams .... 

Superannuated Teachers. 



Miscellaneous. 



Public Institutions : 
Institution for the Edu- 
cation of the Blind 
Brantf ord 



Institution for the Edu- 
cation of the Deaf and 
Dumb, Belleville 



Fees from Normal School Students. 



Fees from Model and Kindergarten Pupils 
Examination Fees and appeals 



Subscriptions, 1912. 



Sale of School Acts, Waste Paper, etc 

Refund of amounts overpaid for Water, 

Ottawa Normal School 

Refund of amounts overpaid for Water, 

Ottawa Normal School 

Refund Equipment Grant, Co. of Hastings . . 
Refund Assisted School Grant to No. 16 

Sheffield 

Refund part of Board North Bay pupil 

Refund part of Board North Bay pupil 

Refund Assisted School Grant 

Refund Equipment Grant 

Refund Elementary Agricultural Grant by 

pupil 



Fees from Pupils, sales, etc. 



Fees from Pupils, sales, etc . 



$ c. 

35 00 

16,055 00 



1,378 44 

50 55 

163 15 
108 00 

500 00 

14 40 
17 80 
40 00 
24 45 

15 00 



2,195 28 



7,743 49 



$ c 



16,090 00 
35,099 35 

504 65 



2,311 79 



9,938 77 
$63,944 56 



a26 PUBLIC! ACCOUNTS. - No. 1 

No. 6 
Statement of Revenue from Agriculture during Fiscal Year Ended October 31st, 1912. 

Ontario Agricultural College: — 

Board $22,613 00 

Tuition and laboratory fees 15,079 00 

Chemical analyses 209 94 

Rent of rooms 119 50 

Rent of cottages 300 00 

Rent of post office boxes 40 50 

Supplemental examinations 202 00 

Fines and breakages 567 33 

Sundries 86 75 

$39,218 02 

Macdonald Institute and Hall: — 

Board $15,770 05 

Tuition and laboratory fees 7,906 00 

Supplementary examinations 20 00 

Fines and breakages 49 78 

Sundries 50 05 

$23,795 88 

Farm Department: — 

Sale of cattle $1,790 45 

Sale of pigs 2,143 96 

Sale of sheep 57 00 

Sale of milk 2,973 10 

Service of animals 142 00 

Sale of horse 150 00 

Sale of potatoes 666 00 

Feed of 23 horses 1,150 00 

Sundries : 175 36 

$9,247 87 

Dairy Department: — 

Sale of cheese $2,374 02 

Sale of butter 67 23 

Sale of cream 366 15 

Sale of fat 108 14 

Sale of skimmilk 116 25 

Sale of buttermilk 75 85 

Rent of houses 240 00 

Sundries 8 00 

$3,355 64 

Dairy School: — 

Sale of cheese $1,247 68 . 

Sale of butter 1 05 

Sale of cream 112 40 

Sale of fat 606 57 

Sale of buttermilk 90 35 

Sale of skimmilk 44 10 

Fees 84 00 

Sundries 17 90 

$2,204 05 

Poultry Department: — 

Sale of live poultry $928 20 

Sale of dressed poultry 1,210 41 

Sale of eggs for hatching 1,488 95 

Sale of eggs for domestic use 1,001 00 

Sundries . . . 1 20 

$4,629 76 

Horticultural Department: — 

Sale of fruit and vegetables $1,154 86 

Apiculture Department: — 

Sale of honey $98 70 

Carried forward $83,704 78 



1911-12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. a27 

No. 6 

Statement of Revenue from Agriculture. — Concluded. 

brought forward $83,704 78 

Eastern Dairy School: — 

Manufacturing butter $2,870 57 

Sale of butter 3,526 67 

Sale of cheese 739 34 

Sale of skimmilk, buttermilk and cream 261 70 

Sale of utensils 114 50 

Fees 49 00 

$7,561 78 

Ontario Veterinary College: — 

Fees $20,125 00 

Duplicate diplomas 10 00 

Rent and water 404 00 

Breakages 15 

$20,539 15 

Colonization and Immigration: — 

Refunds on assisted passages $21,023 82 

Bank interest, water and taxes 365 54 

Refund, London office, 1910-11 265 52 

$21,654 88 

Demonstration Farm: — 

Sale of pulpwood $44 63 

Sale of potatoes 108 85 

Use of team 16 50 

Sundries 8 78 

1 $178 76 

Fruit Branch: — 

Sale of fruit at exhibitions $960 37 

Sale of Produce, Horticultural Experimental Station 1,376 62 

Sale of hand spraying outfit 115 00 

Sundries 28 75 

$2,480 74 

Agricultural Societies: — 

For services of judges at fairs $5,490 00 

Refunds on judges' railway fares 1,234 37 

Entry fees for grain at fairs 37 50 

Subvention for Field Crop Competitions and Seed Fairs 8,469 66 

$15,231 53 

Stationary Engineers: — 

Certificate and examination fees $10,435 40 

Institutes: — 

For services of lecturers at meetings $780 25 

J. E. Brethour, refund accountable warrant, 1910-11 14 00 

A. D. Mcintosh, refund accountable warrant 1910-11 50 00 

$844 25 

Miscellaneous: — 

Dairy Branch: — 
Sale of cooling tank $4 00 

Factory Inspection: — 
Fines 150 00 

Live Stock Branch: — 

Stallion enrolment fees 279 00 

Sale of typewriter 35 00 

District Representatives: — 

E. B. Palmer, refund accountable warrant 1910-11 50 00 

Sale of stove 8 00 

Allowance for fyling cabinet, Port Hope 14 50 

Refund insurance premium, Perth 6 25 

Refund re construction of railway station, Vineland 3,076 65 

Refund re Lindsay shortage 963 49 

Sundries 6 75 

$167,224 91 



a28 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



Xo.l 



No. 7. 

Statement of Revenue received from Game and Fisheries during the year ended 

October 31st, 1912. > 



Game. 


$ c. 


$ c ; 


Trappers' licenses 


200 00 

6,350 00 

19,693 55 

3,290 00 

657 00 

256 00 

100 00 

1,624 00 

4,230 77 

7,619 35 




Non-resident licenses 




Resident deer licenses 




4 ' Moose ' ' 




Game Dealers' ' ' 




Hotel, Restaurant and Club licenses 




Cold Storage licenses 




Guides' licenses 




Fines 




Sales 





44,020 67 



Fisheries. 



District. 



Name of Overseer 



Amount. 



Kenora and Rainy River District 



River Nepigon 
Lake Superior . 



Aymer, Win 

Mosher, John 

Muncer, W. G 

Sterling, C. N ... 



McDonald, D 

Armstrong, F. C . . 

Boon, Chas 

Calbeck, A 

Fitzsimons, Chas. 

Gordon, W 

Robinson, J. T ... 



Lake Huron (North Channel) , 



Boyd, Wm 

Bradbury, J. R 

Hall. A 

Hembruff , Jos 

Irwin, D 

Oliver, D'Arcy 

Pitfield, Geo 

Ramesbottom, John 
Vincer, Wm 



Georgian Bay 



Dusang, B. A. . . 

Jermyn, J. W 

McKenny, Thos 
Oldfield, Miss E. 

Reid, H.W 

Robinson, T.-W , 

Watts, M 

Williams, J. T . , 
Wood, P. V 



I ake Huron (Proper) and River St. Clair. Blunden, H. A . . 

Eddy, Fred 

, Karr, Richard . . 

Kehoe, D 

McMurray, Robt 
Trelford, John .. 



Carried forward. 



$ c. 

134 00 

180 00 

136 00 

1,928 00 



38 00 

16 00 

33 00 

8 00 

2,405 00 

1,861 00 



116 00 

,889 00 

8 00 

66 00 

517 60 

18 00 

242 00 

675 00 

5 00 



809 00 

791 55 

1,180 00 

44 00 

1,596 00 

342 00 

863 00 

137 00 

60 00 

3,746 00 

37 00 

113 00 

211 00 

615 00 

1,216 00 



Total. 



$ c. 



2,378 00 
1,070 00 



4,361 00 



9,536 50 



5,822 55 



5,938 0( 



29,106 05 



1911 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a29 



No. 7. — Continued. 



District. 


Name of Overseer. 


Amount. 


Total. 


Lake St. Clair, River Thames and Detroit 
River 


Brought forward 

Campbell, J. D 


$ c. 

10 00 

169 00 

2,135 47 

17 00 

337 00 

1,366 00 

52 00 

699 00 


$ c. 
29,106 05 




Chambers, Thomas ...... 

Chauvin, Victor 






Crotty, John 






Laframboise, R 






Little, Richard 






Osborne, Henry 






Peltier, Theo 






Briggs, T. J 


4,785 47 


Lake Erie, Grand River and Niagara River 


813 00 

900 00 

10 00 

16 00 

3,970 00 

67 00 

60 00 

2,001 00 

25 00 

49 00 

996 00 

4,918 00 

3,675 00 

3,388 00 

556 00 

6,885 00 

4,145 00 

8 00 

3,588 00 

28 00 

175 00 




Buckley, G. E 

Burt, Wm 






Eyers, Jacob 






Featherstone, Jno 

Greenwood, T. D 

Harrison, W. H 

Henderson, H. A 

Johnson, Henry 




• • 


Jones, David 






Lee, Edward 






McClennan, K 






McEwen, A 






McVittie, Jas 






Phemister, Geo 




. 


Scott, Wm 






Smith, J. S 

Taylor, Oliver 






Vokes, Jas 






Wads worth, John 

Wigle, Lewis 






Angrove, J. B 


36 273 00 


Lake Ontario and Bay of Quinte . . 


377 00 
683 00 
301 00 
203" 00 
190 00 
935 00 
765 00 
157 00 
138 00 
460 00 
1,116 00 

25 00 
434 60 

83 00 

6 00 

765 00 

277 00 

140 00 

30 00 
122 00 
366 00 
186 00 

20 00 
152 00 
356 00 

51 00 

128 00 

26 00 
127 00 






Brisbin, A 






Conger. D 






Dafoe, P. W 






Fowler, R. C 






Fox, E. R 

Gault, Thos 






Hayes, Henrv 






Higginbottom, F. D 

HolMay, Hy 






Huffman, KM 

Johnson, John 






Kerr, C. J 






Mansfield, Thos 






Maughan, W 






May, J. C 

Moore, J. A 






Morgan, H. M 

Radcliffe, J. A 




• 


Reeves, H. J 

Sargant, W. J 






Tarry, A. E 






Taudvin, J. W 






Telfer, J A 






Titus, A. E 




Counties Addington, Carleton, Frontenac, 
Grenville, Lanark, Leeds, Lennox, Pres- 
cott, Renfrew and Russell 


Walker, R. J 

Avery, Melzar .... 


8,338 60 




Barr, George 






Birch W.J 

Carried forward 






281 00 


78,503 12 



a30 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 7.— Continued. 



District. 



Name of Overseer. 



Amount. 



Counties Addington, Carleton, Frontenac 
etc. — Continued 



Brought forward, 



Northumberland, Peterboro' Victoria and 
other inland counties 



Bourgon, J. B 

Briscoe, W. L 

Burke, Geo 

Burns, D. E 

Clark, Geo 

Covell, H. N 

Davis, J. W 

Deacon, E 

Devine, John 

Donaldson, W. J 

Drew, Hy 

Dupuis, F 

Fisher, Jas 

Fleming, John 

Gates, Geo. E 

Hunter, Alfred 

Kennedy, J. A 

Loveday, E. T 

Mallett, W. H 

"Metcalfe, J. H 

McGuire, John 

Phillips, J. H 

Pitney, P. 

Purcell, H. R 

Spence, Wm 

Stanzel, F 

Townsend, Jas 

Truelove, Wm 

Wartman, H. E 

Wight, J. R 

Wormworth, F. L ... 



Adair, Wm 

Armstrong, H. C 
Bennett, E. C . . . 

Best, S. G 

Blea, D 

Bonter, Robt ♦ . . 

Boyd, J. H 

Bradshaw, A . . . . 
Burtcheall, C . . . 
Carson, R. W 

Cassan, C. H 

Cheer, Thos 

Clark, Gordon . . . 
Clarkson, Wm . . . 
Conway, Rich... 
Crump, C. J. C... 
Dunk, sr., John . 
Fenton, M. H . . . 

Green, P. J 

Gouldie, W.D... 
Haggarty, John . 

Hanes, F. A 

Hess, J. H 

Irwin, J. J 

Johnson, W. H . . 
Johnston, Thos . . 
Jones, John 



Carried forward. 



$ c. 


281 00 


74 00 


6 00 


10 00 


10 00 


2 00 


4 00 


59 00 


10 00 


25 00 


2 00 


37 00 


49 00 


582 00 


46 00 


129 00 


149 50 


95 00 


31 00 


10 00 


5 00 


739 00 


309 00 


186 00 


32 00 


84 00 


25 00 


399 00 


73 00 


35 00 


338 00 


18 00 


8 00 


6 00 


48 00 


8 00 


10 00 


12 00 


33 00 


12 00 


48 00 


66 00 


154 00 


332 00 


99 00 


187 00 


4 00 


16 00 


14 00 


130 00 


58 00 


50 00 


10 00 


66 00 


4 00 


8 00 


110 00 


44 00 


98 00 



1,635 



82,357 62 j 



1911 12 




PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 




a31 


No. 7. — Continued. 


District. 


Name of Overseer. 


Amount. 


Total. 



Northumberland, Peterboro', Victoria and 
other inland counties. — Continued 



River St. Lawrence , 



Nipissing. 



Lakes Couchiching, Simcoe and Sparrow . . 



Unclassified 



Brought forward. 

Kent, A. J 

Killen, Wm 

Lambkins, Rich 

Laughlin, J. H 

Lean, Wellington . . . 

Meneilley, F. H 

Moore, F. J 

Morton, J. W 

Myers, Jas 

McAllister, J. R 

McElwain, S. C 

McFarlane, J. S 

Nicholls, Peter 

Parker, H. B 

Remey, John A. . : . . . 

Rice, M. A 

Robinson, Wm 

Roche, W. H 

Smith, Wm 

St. Charles, Chas. . . . 

Stinson, F. S 

Thompson, W. H 

Toole, Ira 

Watt, John 

West, G. W 

Widdup, J. W 

Willmott, J.H 

Wilson. A. H. G 

Wootton, A. E 

Young, Wm 



Fraser, J. A . . 
Russell, Wm . . 
Toner, George 



Coulter, Samuel 
Gaudaur, C. G . 

Gillespie, G 

Green, G. G 

Hines, John 

Leadley, Robt. . , 
Mayor, Harry . . 
McDonald, H.... 

McGinn, Wm 

McPhee, D 

Tillett, R 

Timlin, M 



Baily, G. L . . . 
Duncan, J. G . , 
Hindson, C. E, 
McKelvie, D . , 
Parks, G. M . . 

Rivet, Jos 

Wood, H. G . . . 



Total Fisheries 
Total Game . . . 



Total. 



$ c. 

,635 00 

4 00 

28 00 

4 00 

5 00 
16 00 

4 00 
444 00 
36 00 
12 00 
146 00 
64 00 
12 00 

72 00 
671 00 
192 00 

28 00 

352 00 

4 00 

160 00 

4 00 

26 00 

30 00 

16 00 

73 50 
75 00 
36 00 

136 00 

1 00 

4 00 

59 00 



10 00 

15 00 

136 00 



129 00 
12 00 
12 00 
25 00 

4 00 

5 00 

6 CO 
74 CO 
59 CO 
12 00 

134 00 
18 00 



33 60 

4 00 

834 00 

50 00 
322 50 

10 CO 
240 00 



$ c. 
82,357 62 



4,349 50 



161 00 



490 00 



1,494 10 
481 60 



89,333 82 



89,333 82 
44,020 67 

133,354 49 



a32 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 8. 

Statement of Receipts of the Provincial Secretary's Department during fiscal year 

ending 31st October, 1912. 



From whom received. 


Service. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Provincial Secretary's De- 
partment 


Letters Patent, License, etc 


232,079 05 

25,789 50 

73,255 96 

5,487 00 

1,830 30 

216 00 

2,144 50 


' " ~'"'H 




Companies' returns 

Automobile licenses 






Marriage Licenses 






Commissions 






Certificates 






By-laws, copies and searches 

4 exemplifications @ $8.25 


•340,802_31 


Provincial Registrar's Office . 


33 00 

530 00 

^57 75 

4 00 

2 00 




212 certified copies @ $2.50 






231 searches @ 25c 

4 special certificates @ $1.00 

4 do ® 50c 

689 certificates of birth @ 50c. . . 

215 do marriage @ 50c. . . 

407 do death® 50c... 

2,646 searches @ 25c 


OS 
626 75 


Registrar-General's Branch. . 


344 50 
107 50 
203 50 
661 50 
305 15 
1 80 
32 




Refunds 






Duty received 






Telegram 








1,624 27 








343,053 33 









1911-12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. a33 

No. 8a. 

DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE. 

Receipts for the year ending 31st October, 1912. 

Ontario Insurance Act: — 

Insurance Companies' Eegister $29,925 00 

Fiiendly Societies' Register 956^00 

Miscellaneous 2, 033 26 

Total $32,914 26 

Loan and Trust Corporations' Act : — 

Loan Companies' Register $6, 150 00 

Loaning Land Companies' Register 850 00 

Trust Companies' Register 2, 500 00 

Miscellaneous 2, 707 50 

Total $12,207 50 

TotaliRevenue $45,121 76 



a34 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. No. 1 



No. 9. 

ALGOMA TAXES REVENUE. 

Statement showing the several accounts received by the Treasurer of Ontario on account of 
TAXES ON PATENTED LANDS in the Districts of Algoma, Thunder Bay and Rainy River, 
during the year ending October 31st, 1912. 

From whom received. Amount. 

Bennef enille, S $3 . 37 

Crombie, Worrell & Gwynne 2. 14 

Deacon, F 1.71 

Elliott, A 4.36 

Gamble, Mary E 1.54 

Hogan Bros 27.52 

Hearst, Rowland & Brown 3.40 

Kobold, H. V 10 . 94 

Kilmer, McAndrew & Irving 8 . 94 

• Michigan Pulp Wood Co 46.89 

McLennan, A 1 . 43 

Rowell, Reid, Wilkie & Wood 3.14 

Sherman H. Hoverter 0.91 



$116.29 



1911 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a35 



No. 10. 

Statement of Revenue received from sale of Law Stamps during the fiscal year 

ending October 31st, 1912. 



County. 



Brant 



Bruce 

Carleton 

Dufferin 

Elgin 

Essex 

Frontenac 

Grey «, . . . 

Haldimand 

Halton 

Hastings 

Huron 

Kent 

Lambton 

Lanark 

Leeds and Grenville 

Lennox and Addington 

Lincoln 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Northumberland and Durham . . 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Peel 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Prescott and Russell 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew 

Simcoe 

Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry, 

Victoria , 

Waterloo , 

Welland 

Wellington 

Wentworth , 

York 

Algoma District 

Kenora " 

Manitoulin " 

Muskoka " 

Nipissing " 

Parry Sound " 

Rainy River " 

Sudbury " 

Thunder Bay " 

Osgoode Hall 

John C. Eccles 



Distributor. 



J. Wilkes 

G, Biscoe 

Dixon 

A. Ritchie 

Bowles , 

Farley , 

Cleary , 

L. Whiting ... 

Armstrong 

A. Murphy 

I. Dick 

J. M. Anderson 

McDonald 

Holmes 

P. Bucke 



W. P. McEwen .. 

O. K. Fraser 

H. M. Deroche . . 

M. Brennan 

J. B. McKillop .. 

F. S. Snider 

W. F. Kerr 

J. E. Farewell . . . 

F. R. Ball , 

W. H. McFadden 

G. G> McPherson' , 

G. J. Sherry 

J. Belanger 

J. R. Brown . . . 
Thos. Henderson 

J. R. Cotter 

J. Dingwall 

J. R. McNeillie . 
W. H. Bowlby . . 
T. D. Cowper ... 
H. W. Peterson . 
S. F. Washington 
A. F. Wallis .... 
C. V. Plummer . . 
C. W. Chadwick 
A. G. Murray . . . 

T. Johnson 

T. E. McKee 

E. Jordan 

W. H. Elliott ... 
J. D. Shipley . . . 
A. W. Thompson 
J. H. Carnegie . . 



Amount. 



$ c. 


15 05 


1,285 00 


920 00 


1,933 50 


200 00 


760 00 


1,220 00 


1,500 00 


735 00 


461 50 


376 00 


2,018 50 


2,617 50 


875 00 


2,212 25 


450 00 


2,343 50 


245 00 


1,525 00 


1,930 00 


385 00 


3,492 00 


830 00 


2,331 00 


450 00 


1,550 00 


627 50 


350 00 


289 00 


385 00 


2,179 00 


1,100 00 


300 00 


1,020 00 


701 50 


2,050 00 


3,048 00 


30,216 25 


1,080 00 


279 00 


150 00 


400 00 


1,332 00 


365 00 


250 00 


522 50 


1,895 00 


45,495 00 


25 15 


126,720 70 



a36 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 11. 

Statement of Succession Duty for the fiscal year ending 31st October, 1912. 



County or District and Estate. 



$ c. 



$ c. 



Algoma 

Plummer, W. H 

Bbant — 

Bennett, Emily C. C. 

Brown, Harriet 

Champion, Charles 

Jewell, John 

Roddick, James 

Watt, Wm 

Bbuce — 

Beaton, Archibald 

Bell, Archibald 

Gentles, John 

MacKenrick, George M. . 

Zant, John 

Carleton — 

Arbuckle, Sarah E 

Caldwell, John H 

Davidson, James 

Derbishire, Eliza 

Fixter, Harriet 

Gormully, J. J 

Hick, Samuel F 

Maclaren, J. B 

Magee, James 

McFarlane, John 

Parker, James 

Pinhey, Catherine 

Platt-Higgins, Frederick 

Prentiss, J. H 

Ross, E. E 

Scott, A. E 

Sparks, Alex. G 

Taschereau, Henri E. . . 

Wadsworth, J. A. J 

Whelen, Peter 

DUFFERIN — 

Gilchrist, John 

Hunter, William H 

Elgin — 

Campbell, Duncan G. . . . 

Davis, David F 

Griffin, Joseph 

Griswold, John N. A. 

Gilbert, Marwood A. 

Moore, Solomon 

Mulligan, Robt 

McLaughlin, Nancy 

Shepherd, Geo. H 

Woods, Henry 

Essex — 

Aikman, Jr., William . . . 

Beggs, Thomas 

Coste, Napoleon A 

Dougall, Duncan 

Eaton, Theodore H 

Gelinas, Michael 

Griesinger, Pauline 



Carried forward 10,583 84 102,209 17 



,058 51 
502 50 
519 47 
,161 90 
500 00 
9 28 



58 55 
822 60 
672 26 
865 50 
110 30 



11 



20 



100 25 
66 96 
236 88 
917 05 
764 66 
022 85 
202 08 
500 00 
577 17 
725 90 
050 25 
22 87 
006 85 
458 81 
120 94 
483 79 
422 16 
624 53 
725 00 
000 00 



495 86 
60 00 



26 65 
77 00 
,089 04 
13 23 
,741 13 
129 51 
,767 93 
628 35 
620 07 
250 53 



688 50 
27 35 
589 55 
,767 22 
,292 61 
,094 60 
124 01 



15,000 00 



3,751 66 



18,529 21 



58,029 00 
555 86 



6,343 44 



1911 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a37 



No. 11. 
Statement of Succession Duty for the fiscal year ending 31st October, 1912.— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 



$ c. 



Brought forward ..... 
Essex. — Continued. 

Lebot, Enos 

McGregor, James 

Fbontenac — 

Carson, John 

Malloch, Cynthia H 

Middleton, Catherine . . . 

Shaw, Felix 

Grey — 

Beatson, William J 

Hatton, Wm. John 

Stovel, Cyrus R 

Thomson, Alexander . . . 
Haldimand — 

Heenan, Stephen 

Kirkland, A. E 

McCallum, Mary Ann . . 

Thornton, Wm. H 

Whicher, John 

Halton — 

Morden, Geo. H 

Wilson, John 

Hastings — 

Barlow, Jesse 

Mair, William W 

Shorey, M. A 

Hueon — 

Acheson, George 

Cresswell, George Edwin 

Doig, Paul 

Harvey, Agnes 

McLean, D. C 

Paterson, James 

Pepper, Timothy 

Robb, David 

Scott, Walter 

Kent — 

Atkinson, Charles R. ... 

Ball, William 

Forhan, Peter 

Gillis, John D 

Halliday, Jas. Nesbitt . . 

Hurley, Michael J 

MacKay, Alister 

Moore, Francis , 

Urquhart, Kenneth 

Winter, George , 

Lambton — 

Clement, John Jas. 

Dale, William Hy 

Hillis, John 

MacKenzie, Agnes* , 

Nichol, H. E 

Rae, Robert 

Smith, Frank 

Smith, Orville A 

Stoop, Samuel 



Varried forward 



10,583 84 

63 71 

10 24 



36 12 

570 97 
537 97 

571 60 



290 82 

806 89 

10 00 

2,369 71 



593 11 
618 18 
2,600 00 
720 99 
547 35 



7 47 
50 00 

630 28 

23 95 

617 10 



315 91 
6,059 34 
1,333 44 

295 50 
1,590 00 

763 39 

47 96 

48 87 
47 98 



714 28 
,615 04 
325 00 
26 94 
548 34 
,178 98 
570 77 
214 10 
,807 88 
524 00 



29 62 

527 00 

816 86 

1,654 74 

445 54 

1,371 37 

15,696 94 

700 00 

553 66 



102,209 17 
10,657 79 

1,716 66 

3,477 42 

5,079 63 
57 47 

1,271 33 



10,502 39 



8,525 33 



21,795 73 



165,292 92 



a38 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 11. 
Statement of Succession Duty for the fiscal year ending 31st October, 1912. — Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 



Brought forward 

Lanark — 

Craine, John Jos 

Dulmage, James W 

Hart, Thomas 

Higginson, William 

Ward, Walter A 

Leeds & Grenville — 

Adams, George C 

Beatty, Walter 

Cossitt, Sr., Newton 

Devine, Andrew 

Jones, Chilion 

Warnock, James G 

Wiser, J. P 

Lennox and Addington — 

Benjamin, Elijah W 

Bogart, Gilbert 

Bogart, John M 

Grant, Margaret E 

McNeill, E. A ...7... 

Sicker, William 

Wells, Edwin 

Lincoln — 

Muir, Alexander 

Van Duzer, G. A 

Middlesex — 

Code, Sarah Ann 

Denton, John M 

Hobbs, William R 

Jackson, George A 

Macbeth, A. G 

McKenzie, Dora 

McPherson, Hugh 

Wrighton, T. W 

MUSKOKA — 

Openhym, Augustus W. 
Whiteside, John 

NlPISSING — 

Kinler, James R 

Norfolk — 

Erwin, Charles J 

Harvey, Daniel 

Lawson, Peter 

Northumberland and Durham — 

Clarke, Rebecca L 

Elvin, Thomas 

Hay, James S 

Kerr, John W 

Wade, Robert 

Winter, Matthew 

Ontario — 
Annan, Thomas 

Dobie, Ambrose 

Doble, James 

Oxford — 

Holcroft, Thomas A 

Neal, R. J 



Carried forward 



188 62 


567 53 


886 00 


488 51 


1,600 00 


95 60 


622 23 


1,582 63 


312 51 


1,902 58 


2,180 00 


16,392 59 


599 39 


4,000 00 


600 48 


498 22 


2,500 00 


23 95 


700 00 


200 51 


48 02 


697 00 


1,481 08 


159 70 


319 61 


20 47 


208 98 


846 89 


6,500 00 


889 81 


24 25 


463 17 


643 62 


1,141 94 


51 04 


756 04 


73 87 


1,000 00 


811 60 


1,545 26 


945 40 


100 00 


34 44 


110 02 


300 00 



410 02 



1911 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a39 



No. 11. 
Statement of Succession Duty for the fiscal year ending 31st October, 1912.— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Brought forward 


410 02 

566 58 

24 43 

872 16 

562 66 

1,247 63 


222,012 18 


Oxford— Continued. 

Nichol, Agnes 

Pott, William 




Stimson, Alice 

Sutherland, Donald 

Sutherland, James 

Peel — 

Caesar, Andrew 


3,683 48 

i 


494 21 

777 45 


McDowell, Thomas 




Perth — 

Barton, David 


1,271 66 


301 60 
52 38 
49 40 

495 12 


Birtch, Eli 




Moore, Elizabeth 




Newbigging, John 




Peterborough — 

Bell, Francis J 

Dunsford, Clara 


898 50 


114 41 

1,663 51 

50 00 

25 00 

622 00 

28,400 00 

50 00 
61 40 


Le Brun, Honore 


> 


O'Sullivan, Margaret L 




Stothart, John 




Waddell, Hugh 

Prescott and Russell — 


30,874 92 


Ogden, William 




Prince Edward — 

Gillespie, James 


111 40 


50 00 
500 00 
423 91 


Noxon, Samuel 




Reynolds, H. A. . . ^ 




Irwin, J. M 


973 91 
153 15 




Gordon, R. W 


7,963 09 
4,415 26 




Millar, John Peden 




SlMCOE — 


12,378 35 


1,264 53 
462 90 
200 00 
358 72 
300 00 
280 10 


Cronan, William 








Peirson, Clara H 




Rogerson, Ann 




Whaley, David G ; 




Byrd, Charles 


2,866 25 


18 76 
23 90 
51 66 

19 15 
309 00 
606 35 
250 00 
799 00 
316 48 






Praser, Duncan J 








Kennedy, D. B 








McLeod, William D 




Robertson, Duncan J 




Stuart, Margaret 






2,394 30 
2,260 00 


Doyle, John A 




Dalton, W. C 


750 00 

809 00 

13,727 31 






King, Joseph G 








Carried forward 


15,286 31 


279,878 10 



a40 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 11. 

Statement of Succession Duty for the fiscal year ending 31st October, 1912. — Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Brought forward 


15,286 31 

717 43 
72 51 


279,878 10 


Thunder Bay — Continued. 

Meek, James 


Wilson, Henry S 




Victoria — 

Glenney, John 


16,076 25 


674 19 

11 42 

1,189 98 

23 92 


Guiry, Michael 




Peel, John 




White, William 




Waterloo — 

Arnold, Joseph 


1,899 51 


665 66 

1,274 64 

3,904 84 

519 35 

21 16 

1,306 65 

341 43 

657 38 

772 01 


Boehmer, August 




Breithaupt, Catherine 




Conrad, Jacob 




Hare, Archibald 




Hilborn, Henry C 




Martin, Joseph S 




Murray, Hamilton H 




Snyder, Clara 




Welland — 

Conlan, John 


9,463 12 


647 35 
1,545 44 
80 76 
108 00 
350 00 
398 39 
707 12 
552 51 


Henry, Herman 








Stocks, Jean C 








Tugby, Thomas 




Warren, Thomas 




Woodruff, Susan 




Bruce, John Alexander 


4,389 57 


1,755 22 

110 32 

1,067 64 

1,053 00 

36 20 

23 93 

1,058 48 

109 92 






Luckitt, Thomas 




Mclntyre, Hugh 








Wilkinson, Duncan 




Wright, William H 




Wentworth — 


5,214 71 




105 46 
569 63 
200 00 
74 92 
862 r3 

3,643 00 
687 94 
447 27 
596 35 
182 85 
337 25 
649 43 
787 89 

4,028 03 

1,937 85 

28,646 41 

45 00 

572 26 

53 35 

1,933 30 


Birely, Sarah K 








Boyd, Louisa S 




Brooks, Charlotte S 




Bruce, Elizabeth 








Coburn, Henry P 








Depew, Wm. Hy 








Dillon, Andrew 








Gould, Ann 








Greening, Samuel 




Henderson, Elizabeth Mabel 




Kouber, Matthias! 




Myles, Alfred Hy 








Carried forward 


46,360 32 


316,921 26 



1911 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



all 



No. 11. 
Statement of Succession Duty for the fiscal year ending 31st October, 1912. — Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 




$ c. 



Brought forward 


46,360 32 

821 74 
653 07 
566 37 
30 00 
551 25 
600 00 


316,921 26 


Wentworth — Continued. 

O'Neill, Felix 


Scott, Janet 




Staunton, John 




Stuart, Alexander 




Van Allen, Eli 




Williams, W. R 




Yobk — 

Airedale, James (Baron) 


49,582 75 


1,068 59 

128 38 

2,822 85 

52 22 
2,422 96 

68 39 

650 00 

1,084 73 

518 06 

1,624 80 

4,855 65 

137 97 

53 23 
3,669 16 

555 10 

17 40 

322 79 

49 46 

2,849 49 

972 16 

631 06 

2,750 00 

5,508 95 

603 38 

596 40 

30 77 

1,015 98 

900 00 

1,041 86 

1,030 43 

146 50 

47 80 

10 20 

314 45 

15 12 

614 50 

584 62 

561 00 

1,658 10 

495 20 

871 17 

66 73 

20,000 00 

201 64 

21,395 19 

425 32 

4,370 35 

2,000 00 

8,314 50 


Alexander, William 




Allen, Anthony W. 




Alleyn, Mary M. K 




Anderson, George 




Anderson, J. N 




Armstrong, Elijah 




Armstrong, M. M 




Ashworth, Isabella 




Auston, Rebecca 




Baines, Charles Ed 




Banks, Arthur F 




Barnes, William S 








Bell, Annabella 








Blache, George R 




Botterell, John H 








Boyd, Benjamin 








Brecken, Ralph 








Brown, Elizabeth 




Brown, Frederick G 




Brown, Hugh 




Brown, Marion 




Buchanan, Thomas R 








Burkitt, James 








Burton, Martha 








Camp, H. H 








Catto, Charles James 








Chew, Elizabeth 








Cleary, Fanny 








Cleveland, M. A .• 








Cook, Louisa 








Cosman, James 




Crathern, James 








Carried forward 


100,124 61 


366,504 01 



a42 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 11. 
Statement of Sue cession Duty for the fiscal year ending 31st October, 1912.— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 




$ c. 



Brought forward 

York — Continued. 

Cresswell, Frederick . . . 
Cresswell, Charlotte . . . 
Czarnikow, Julius Caeaar 

Darling, Andrew 

Dawson, Martha E 

Degrenaud, Marie A. ... 
Doane, Elizabeth M. ... 

Dow, Mary 

Dowling, Joseph 

Duggan, John P 

Durschordwi, Margaret 

Dwight, Harvey P 

Dyer, E. A 

Edgar, Matilda 

Edwards, John Reginald 

Egan, John M 

Fahey, Thomas 

Fairman, Harriet J. L. . 
Farrer, William Jas. . . . 

Fisher, Alick 

Fisher, Marion 

Fisher, Roswell C 

Fitch, Mary Ann 

Fitzgerald, Mary 

Forster, E. A 

Fraser, Edward D 

Fraser, Emma Griffith . , 

Fyshe, Thomas 

Gardiner, Thomas 

Gates, John W 

Gibson, Thomas M 

Gifford, Maurice R 

Gilmour, George W. ... 

Goad, Charles E 

Gourlay, Jane 

Griffith, F. E 

Hammond, H. C , 

Hendry, Robert 

Henry, Jane 

Higginson, Alex. Tweed 

Hill, Florence G 

Homberger, Ludwig . . . 

Hoyles, Alfred L 

Hoyles, Eliza H 

Hunter, Annie I 

Hunter, John Howard . . 

Irwin, John 

James, John Charles . . . 

Jeffrey, Andrew 

Johnson, Thomas B. ... 

Jones, Clarkson 

Kay, Frances 

Kelderhouse, John 

Kennedy, David 

Kennedy, William Jas. . 

Carried forward 



100,124 61 


366,504 01 


2,950 13 




995 49 




646 26 




4,138 73 




14 42 




65 97 




25 00 




2,053 68 




1,011 21 




1,628 35 




104 95 




1,263 64 




1,224 94 




1,466 27 




180 03 




1,141 58 




618 44 




15 00 




3,415 67 




11 10 




671 54 




30 45 




1,338 95 




150 00 




25 16 




1,428 02 




393 70 




582 90 




24 00 




11,503 15 




685 89 




452 55 




131 25 




22,777 65 




434 56 




577 11 




5,408 13 




1,733 27 




3,414 16 




1,901 33 




50 60 




290 00 




2,405 38 




39 29 




. . 156 07 




400 00 




21 60 




531 12 




682 84 




1,948 82 




13,380 93 




578 52 




614 48 




2,558 82 




654 34 




201,072 05 


366,504 01 






1911 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a43 



No. 11. 
Statement of Succession Duty for the fiscal year ending 31st October, 1912.— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 



. 




Brought forward 



M. 



oek — Continued. 
Lane-Shrubb, S 

Lee, Joseph R 

Lidgerwood, William 

Louis, Daniel 

Lyndon, John 

Macdonell, Allan R. . . 
MacKay, James A. . . 
MacKay, John Gordon 
Maclean, Annie S. 

Major, Ed. James 

Marshall, Wm. Granby 

Martin, Robert 

Maude, W. H 

Meighen, Robert 

Mendleson, Norman . . 

Millar, William 

Molson, -Henry M 

Morse, Charles 

Mott, Sarah W. B. ... 

Muirhead, L. M 

Mulholland, L. W. ... 

Murray, Thomas 

McCausland, Thomas . 

McGill, W. H 

McGillivray, John A. 
Mclntyre, Jane A. C. 

McKechnie, M. C 

McLeod, Helen M. ... 

McVity, James S 

Nevill, Richard 

New, Mary M , 

Nichols, John , 

Nuthall, Margaret K. 

Osuchowski, J. I 

Pearson, Mary Ann . 

Pirie, L. V. 

Potter, Charles 

Power, Joseph 

Rackham, Thomas A. . 
Rafferty, Joseph J. 

Rankin, Coun D 

Rawlings, Edward 

Reding, Peter C 

Reed, M. E. S 

Reeve, Robert F 

Reid, Joseph 

Restall, Ernest 

Rhodes, Anne C 

Roberts, Josiah T 

Rolph, Georgianna C. . 

Rooney, Nicholas 

Rosenheim, Max 

Ross, Agnes 

Ross, Israel M 

Rowland, John 



V. V. 



201,072 05 



33 35 

549 74 

11,243 14 

4,328 25 

1,133 05 

10,896 74 

3,147 73 

5,252 01 

7,985 19 

26 49 

251 29 

385 69 

498 00 

51,770 24 

328 71 

14 10 

1,386 58 

9 51 

66 81 

451 36 

2,552 97 

48 14 

185 93 

265 14 

2,000 00 

26,436 29 

136 03 

773 28 

33 39 

81 44 
270 40 

59 80 

826 91 

2,919 55 1 

39 80 

82 50 
25 00 ; j 

6,923 56 

277 58 

1 30 

19 25 

1,513 74 

67 32 

187 30 

447 32 

52 62 

48 10 

535 10 

32 20 

1,333 98 

469 54 

543 52 

351 54 

250 00 

160 42 



366,504*i01 



Carried forward 350,780 99 | 366,50401 



a44 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 11. 
Statement of Succession Duty for the fiscal year ending 31st October, 1912. — Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 



Brought forward , 

Yoek — Continued. 

Running, W. E 

Russell, James 

Ryan, John 

Scarfe, Frederick 

Scarfe, T. H 

Schmidt, Herman 

Schwarz, Herman 

Scott, Hugh 

Scrace, Mary Jane 

Seal, William 

Selby, Henry Walter 

Sharpies, Archibald 

Sheedy, Patrick 

Shields, Agnes 

Shore, H. W. C 

Simpson, Mary Ann 

Sinclair, Benjamin 

Smith, Goldwin 

Smith, Walter A 

Smith, William A 

Spencer, A. V 

Spencer, Charles A 

Stairs, Eric 

Stayner, Ruth A. P 

Steele, Richard C 

Sterry, William Jex 

Stevens, Peter 

Stewart, John 

Stewart, W. W 

Sutherland, John B 

Tait, Joseph 

Uniacke, Robie 

Vedder, Catherine 

Wainwright, Harriet F 

Walsh, Robert N 

Ward, John 

Wardwell, E. H 

Weidman, Jacob 

Weinman, Moses 

Wellington, William E 

Whiting, Charles B 

Wickwire, William N 

Wilkes, Mary J , 

Williams, Aaron W. C 

Willis, David 

Winterstoke (Baron), Wm. Hy 
Wylie, John Smail 



Funds deposited in lieu of Bond for payment of Succession Duty. 



Bbant — 

Book, John .... 
Carleton — 

Edey, Robert D. 
Elgin — 

Nolan, Eliza J. 

Carried forward 



350,780 9< 



27 72 

1,138 50 

1,769 79 

79 63 

58 21 

139 86 

52 54 

6,000 00 

659 28 

167 00 

257 25 

382 61 

544 33 

282 49 

808 52 

6,625 61 

2,038 16 

4,484 24 

889 05 

377 72 

1,095 70 

355 30 

64 00 

134 48 

553 38 

115 36 

79 06 

590 53 

480 17 

8,862 59 

158 41 

2,637 51 

23 69 

510 65 

137 41 

120 08 

14 37 

993 50 

500 63 

3,088 68 

12 00 

279 91 

123 42 

2,337 69 

638 91 

3,210 00 

2,527 45 



366,504 01 



407,208 38 



$773,712 39 



300 0( 
300 0( 
800 0( 



$1,400 0( 



1911 -12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a45 



No. 11. 
Statement of Succession Duty for the fiscal year ending 31st October, 1912.— Concluded. 



County or District and Estate. 



Funds deposited in lieu of Bond for payment of Succession Duty. 

Brought forward 

Fbontenac — 

George, Joseph 

Mooers, Grace 

Nickle, E. M 

Halton — 

Douglas, Annie J 

Hastings — 

Hudson, Cassie 

Lambton — 

Dillon, William C 

Goldsmith, George 

Lincoln — 

Rogers, Howard M 

Middlesex — 

Durand, Andrew 

Jeffery, Augusta A 

NORTHUMBEBLAND AND DURHAM 

Carruthers, William James 

Clemesha, J. W 

Corbett, Robert A 

McMillan, Isabella 

Peel — 

Cation, Robert 

Cochrane, John 

Prescott and Russell — 

Ferguson, William D. T 

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry — 

Smart, John P 

Thunder Bay — 

Guerard Alphonse 

Waterloo — 

Buchanan, Theron 

Welland — 

Anderson, William A 

Wentworth — 

Anderson, Elizabeth H 

Houlden, James 

Simpson, Annie M 

York — 

Adare, W. J 

Clancy, Patrick 

Davison, M. G 

Dwight, Mary M 

Ethier, Horace H 

Gamble, Killaly 

Gilmore, Patrick 

MacLean, William 

Munro, William 

Manchee, I. C 

McDevitt, Daniel 

McNaughton, Grace E 

McNaughton, Maria A. I 

Ramsay, George A 

Strath, R. S 

Shoenberger, Emily S 

Thomas, William 

Tomlinson, Thomas 



$ 



c. 



2,500 00 
1,300 00 
2,500 00 



1,000 00 
1,000 00 



700 00 
4,000 00 



1,000 00 

15,000 00 

3,500 00 

1,000 00 

3,000 00 
300 00 



1,100 00 
3,500 00 
1,000 00 



2,000 00 

900 00 
2,000 00 
1,200 00 

900 00 
4,365 00 

500 00 
1,000 00 

800 00 
2,500 00 

700 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,400 00 

400 00 

7,500 00 

14,000 00 

4,200 0C 



1,400 00 



6,300 00 
550 00 

1,500 00 



2,000 00 
500 00 



4,700 00 



20,500 00 

3,300 00 
1,600 00 

750 00 

2,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,400 00 



5.600 00 



46,765 00 
$99,865 00 



a46 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



Xo. 1 



No. 12. 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE. 

8 Edw. VII., Cap. 14. 



From whom received 



Life Insurance Cos . 



Fire Insurance Cos . . 




/Etna Life Insurance Go 
Canada Life Assurance Co 
Confederation Life Association 
Commecial Union Assurance Co 
Continental Life Insurance Co 
Crown Life Insurance Co 
Dominion Life Assurance Co. 
Equitable Life Assurance Society of the 

U.S' 

Edinburgh Life Assurance Co 

Excelsior Life Insurance Co 

Federal Life Assurance Co 

Great West Life Assurance Co. 

Home Life Association of Canada 

Imperial Life Assurance Co. of Canada. . 
London & Lancashire Life & General 

Assurance Association 

London Life Insurance Co 

Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance 

Co 

Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York. 
Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada . . 

Manufacturers' Life Insurance Co 

Metropolitan Life Insurance Co 

Monarch Life Insurance Co 

National Life Assurance Co. of Canada. . 
Northern Life Assurance Co. of Canada. 
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co 

New York Life Insurance Co 

North American Life Assurance Co 

Policy Holders' Mutual Life Insurance Co. 

Prudential Life Insurance Co 

Phoenix Assurance Co 

Royal Insurance Co 

Royal Guardians 

Sovereign Life Insurance Co. of Canada 

Sun Life Assurance Co. of Canada 

Star iLife Assurance Society 

Standard Life Assurance Society 

State Life Insurance CO. 

Scottish Amicable Life Assurance Co. . . 
Scottish Widows' Fund & Life Assurance 

Society 

Travellers' Insurance Co. of Hartford, 

Conn 

Travellers' Life Assurance Co. of Canada 

United States Life Insurance Co 

Union Mutual Life Insurance Co 

Union Life Assurance Co. for 1911 



Acadia Fire Insurance Co 

/Etna Insurance Co. of Hartford . . 

Alliance Assurance Co. • • 

Atlas Assurance Co 

Anglo-American Fire Insurance Co. 
British-American Assurance CO. . . . 



Carried forward 



1,670 92 

13,351 76 

7,421 97 

46 49 

1,689 43 

808 50 

1,943 06 

1,747 27 
80 86 
2,270 30 
3,723 50 
4,026 66 
1,096 34 
5,157 48 

1,207 82 
5,197 36 

10 73 

3,020 87 

11,913 48 

5,910 29 

9,956 05 

137 38 

1,045 39 

1,585 53 

79 85 

4,814 25 

6,670 84 

140 43 

4,797 76 

940 61 

421 76 

28 74 

406 09 

9,871 21 

135 64 

3,532 42 

198 22 

57 05 

39 67 

1,570 27 

79 45 

204 12 

297 33 

1,971 94 



244 78 
542 05 
505 52 

1,139 39 
970 84 

1,837 11 



121,277 09 



5,239 69 I 121,277 09 



1911 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a47 



No. 12. 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE.— Continued. 

8 Edw. VII., Cap. 14. 



From whom received. 




$ c. 


$ c. 






Brought forward 


5,239 69 

188 49 
552 46 
963 71 

138 75 

1,700 02 

213 15 

33 08 

359 08 

972 07 

681 97 

585 67 

1,113 97 

540 74 

729 64 

1,410 75 

2,010 15 

1,147 34 

141 62 

827 79 

1,596 79 

428 97 

1,209 37 

342 13 

2,767 07 

423 40 

81 51 

809 20 

764 85 

527 32 

826 11 

2,050 14 

1,817 02 

1,461 44 

423 47 

24 88 

63 20 

71 99 

446 38 

24 22 

163 58 

1,737 29 

643 14 

31 82 

1,265 73 
269 20 

1,184 23 

2,848 09 
306 01 
187 66 
733 79 
438 13 
347 72 
878 26 


121,277 09 


Fire Insurance Cos . . 
(Continued). 


British Crown Assurance Corporation . . 
Canadian Fire Insurance Co 




Central Canada Manufacturers' M. F. In- 
surance Co 

Commercial Union Assurance Co 

Connecticut Fire Insurance Co 

Canada National Fire Insurance Co. . . . 
Continental Insurance Co. of New York . . 






Equity Fire Insurance Co 






FidelitynPhenix Fire Insurance Co 

Factories Insurance Co 






General Accident, Fire and Life Assur- 
ance Corporation . • 






German-American Fire Insurance Co. . . 






Hartford Fire Insurance Co 






Home Insurance Co 






Hudson Bay Insurance Co 






Insurance Co. of North America 

London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co. 






London Mutual Fire Insurance Co 

Law Union & Rock Insurance Co 

Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co. 

Lumber Insurance Co. of New York 

L'Union Fire Insurance Co 






Mercantile Fire Insurance Co 

Manitoba Assurance Co 






Montreal-Canada Fire Assurance 

National Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford 
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society . . 
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. 
Northern Assurance Co. . . . 






Nova Scotia Fire Insurance Co. ....... 

North Empire Fire Insurance Co. for 1911 

North Empire Fire Insurance Co. for 1912 

National Union Fire Insurance Co. of 

Pittsburg 






Ontario Fire Insurance Co 






Occidental Fire Insurance Co. 






Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co 

Phoenix Assurance Co. of London 

Phcenix Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn. 
Provincial Insurance Co 






Queen Insurance Co. of America 

Quebec Fire Assurance Co 






Rimouski j?ire Insurance Co 






Royal Insurance Co. . . -.i 






Royal Exchange Assurance Corporation. 
St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co. . . 
Scottish Union & National Insurance Co. 
Sovereign Fire Assurance Co 






Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Co. 
Sun Insurance Office 






Carried forward 






46,744 25 


121,277 09 



4* P.A. 



a48 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 12. 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE.— Continued. 
8 Edw. VII., Cap. 14. 



From whom received. 




$ c. 


$ c. 


, 




Brought forward 


46,744 25 

908 58 

32 96 

2,442 62 

837 33 


121,277 09 


Fire Insurance Cos . . . 
(Continued). 


Union Assurance Society of London .... 

Underwriters' American Lloyd's 

Western Assurance Co 






Yorkshire Insurance Co 






City of Hamilton Fire Insurance Co. ... 


50,965 74 


Sundry Insurance 
Cos. paying also an 


215 57 
175 31 
661 13 

323 54 
500 65 
108 34 
291 30 

203 25 
117 72 

204 94 
520 00 
190 73 
117 21 
245 05 
132 50 
335 67 
228 92 
239 75 
635 23 


assessment under 


Crown Fire Insurance Co , 




the Ontario Insur- 
ance Co's Act 


Economical Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of 
Berlin 






Equity Life Assurance Co. 

Fire Insurance Exchange Corporation . . 
Gore District Mutual Fire Insurance Co. 
Hand-an-Hand Insurance Co 






Imperial Fire Insurance Co 






Independent Fire Insurance Co 

Merchants' Fire Insurance Co 

Metropolitan Fire Insurance Co 

Millers' & Manufacturers' Insurance 

Monarch Cash Mutual Fire Insurance Co. 

Perth Mutual Fire Insurance Co 

Queen City Fire Insurance Co 

Waterloo Mutual Fire Insurance Co. . . . 
Wellington Mutual Fire Insurance Co... 
York Fire Insurance Co 






American & Foreign Marine Insurance Co. 

American Surety Co. of New York 

Boiler Inspection & Insurance Co. of Can. 
British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co.. 

Canada Accident Assurance Co. 

Canada Weather Insurance Co 


5,446 81 


Miscellaneous 


26 70 

43 04 

248 96 

266 54 

341 66 

41 57 

364 34 

1,223 19 

923 98 

25 22 

502 00 

57 79 

1,089 39 

185 49 
79 26 

767 93 
68 81 
17 59 
100 31 
753 29 
232 22 

421 60 
87 84 
54 45 




Canadian Casualty & Boiler Insurance Co. 
Canadian Railway Accident Insurance Co. 
Dominion of Canada Guarantee & Acci- 
dent Insurance Co 






Dominion Gresham Guarantee & Casualty 
Co 






Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York . . . 
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co 






General Accident Assurance Co. of Can. 
General Animals Insurance Co. of Canada 

Guarantee Co. Off North America 

Imperial Guarantee & Accident Assurance 
Co • . • • 






Indemnity Mutual Marine Assurance Co. 
International Fidelity Insurance Co. ... 

Law Union & Rock Insurance Co 

London Guarantee & Accident "o 

Lloyd's Plate Glass Insurance Co 

London & Lancashire Guarantee & Acci- 
dent Co. of Canada 












Marine Insurance Co 






Carried forward 






7,923 17 


177,689 64 



191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a!9 



No. 12. 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE.— Continued. 

8 Edw. VII., Cap. 14. 



From whom received, 



Miscellaneous — Con. 



Loan Companies. 



Brought forward 

Maryland Casualty Co 

National Provincial Plate Glass Insur- 
ance Co 

New York Plate Glass Insurance Co. . . . 

National Surety Co 

Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation 

Railway Passengers' Assurance Co 

Royal Exchange Assurance Co 

Sterling Accident & Guarantee Co. of Can. 
Travellers' Indemnity Co. of Canada. . . . 
Travellers' Insurance Co. of Hartford . . . 
Thames & Mersey Marine Insurance Co. 

Union Marine Insurance Co 

United States Fidelity & Guarantee Co. . . 



British Mortgage Loan Co. of Ontario... 

Brockville Loan & Savings Co 

Canada Investment Corporation 

Canada Landed & National Investment Co 
Canada Permanent Mortgage Corporation 
Canadian Northern Prairie Lands Co., for 

1911 

Canadian Northern Prairie Lands Co., for 

1912 

Central Canada Loan & Savings Co 

Colonial Investment & Loan Co 

Credit Foncier Franco Canadien for On 

tario 

Crown Savings & Loan Co 

Dyment Securities, Loan & Savings Co... 

Dominion Permanent Loan Co 

Dominion Savings & Investment Society. 
East Lambton Farmers' Loan & Savings 

Co 

Frontenac Loan & Investment Society... 

Great West Permanent Loan" Co 

Grey & Bruce Loan Co 

Guelpli & Ontario Investment & Savings 

Society 

Hamilton Provident & Loan Society .... 

Home Building and Savings Assn 

Huron & Erie Loan & Savings Co 

Imperial Loan & Investment Co 

Industrial Mortgage & Savings Co 

Lambton Loan & Investment Co 

Landed Banking & Loan Co 

London & Canadian Loan & Agency Co.. . 

London Loan & Savings Co 

Midland Loan & Savings Co 

Niagara Falls Building, Savings & Loan 

Association 

North British Canadian Investment Co. . 

Ontario Loan & Debenture Co 

Ontario Loan & Savings Co 

Owen Sound Loan & Savings Society... 



Carried forward 



7,923 17 
533 88 

46 76 

39 64 

81 63 

1,267 08 

234 77 

257 14 

73 73 

309 22 

908 90 

87 75 

297 77 

366 44 



291 20 

148 20 

87 75 

652 60 

3,900 00 

975 00 

975 00 
1,137 50 

1,588 60 

1,472 90 
146 90 
424 45 
714 35 
607 75 

130 00 

130 00 

68 90 

260 65 

340 60 
754 00 
17 55 
1,300 00 
478 40 
332 15 
513 50 
455 00 
650 00 
457 60 
234 00 

22 10 

50 05 

1,137 50 

195 00 

67 60 



20,716 80 



c. 



177,689 64 



12,427i88 



.190,117 52 



a50 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 12. 
STATEMENT OF REVENUE.— Continued. 
8 Edw. VII., Cap. 14. 



From whom received. 




$ c 


$ c. 






Brought forward 


20,716 80 

187 85 
255 45 
325 00 

324 35 
512 85 
371 80 

22 75 
72 15 
229 45 
589 55 
423 80 
600 60 
623 35 
471 25 
650 00 
196 30 

325 00 


190,117 52 


Loan Companies — Con. 


Oxford Permanent Loan & Savings Co... 

People's Loan and Savings Corp'n 

Provident Investment Co 




Real Estate Loan Co. of Canada 

Reliance Loan & Savings Co. of Ontario. 
Royal Loan & Savings Co 






Scottish-American Investment Co 

Scottish-Ontario & Manitoba Land Co 

Security Loan & Savings Co 






Southern Loan & Savings Co 






Sun & Hastings Savings & Loan Co 

Standard Loan Co., for 1911 




• 


Standard Loan Co., for 1912 






Toronto Mortgage Co 

Toronto Savings & Loan Co 






Victoria Loan & Savings Co 


. i 




Walkerville Land & Building Co 

Bank of British North America ........ 

Canadian Bank of Commerce 


26,898130 


Banks 


3,275 00 
4,750 00 
2,775 00 
4,100 00 
1,350 00 
4,725 00 
4,850 00 
1,951 72 
2,025 00 
3,725 00 
4,325 00 
2,148 66 
1,100 00 
3,125 00 
3,925 00 
2,375 00 
3, .850 00 
4,350 00 
4,950 00 
4,275 00 
4,800 00 
3,775 00 








Northern Crown Bank 






Dominion Bank 

Banque d'Hochelaga 






Imperial Bank of Canada 






Merchants Bank of Canada 






Home Bank of Canada 






Metropolitan Bank 






Molsons Bank 






Bank of Montreal 






Sterling Bank of Canada 

Banque Nationale 






Bank of Nova Scotia 

Bank of Ottawa 






Quebec Bank 






Royal Bank of Canada 






Standard Bank 






Traders Bank of Canada 






Bank of Toronto 






Union Bank of Canada 






Bank of Hamilton 






Title & Trust Co 


76,525 38 


Trust Companies 


315 00 
380 00 
445 00 

1,660 00 
750 00 
380 00 

1,335 00 

1,595 00 
510 00 

1,335 00 
835 00 
315 00 
380 00 


Brantford Trust Co., Limited 






Mercantile Trust Co. of Canada, Ltd 

National Trust Co of Ontario 






Imperial Trust Co of Canada 






London & Western Trusts Corporation . . 
Toronto General Trusts Corporation .... 
Trusts & Guarantee Co 






Canada Trust Co 

Union Trust Co 






Royal Trust Co 






Fidelity Trust Co 






Guardian Trust Co 






Carried forward 


10,235 00 








303,776 20 



1911 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a51 



No. 12. 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE.— Continued. 

8 Edw. VII., Cap. 14. 



From whom received. 



Street Railways. 



Railways 



Brought forward 

Berlin & Northern Electric Railway .... 

Brantford & Hamilton Electric Railway. 

Chatham, Wallaceburg & Lake Erie Elec. 
Railway Co., for 1911 

Cornwall Street Ry., Light and Power Co.j 

Gait, Preston & Hespeler Street Ry. Co. . . 

Hamilton, Grimsby & Beamsville Electric 
Railway 

Hamilton Street Railway Co 

Hamilton & Dundas Street Railway Co.. . 

Hamilton Radial Electric Railway 

International Railway Co 

International Transit Co 

Kingston, Portsmouth & Cataraqui Elec- 
tric Ry. Co 

London Street Railway Co 

London & Lake Erie Railway & Trans- 
portation Co 

Niagara Falls, Wesley Park & Clifton 
Tramway Co 

Niagara, Welland & Lake Erie Ry 

Oshawa Railway Co 

Ottawa Electric Street Ry. Co 

Ottawa Northern and Western Ry 

Peterborough Radial Railway 

Preston & Berlin Street Railway Co 

Sandwich, Windsor & Amherstburg Ry... 

Sarnia Street Railway Co 

Toronto Railway Co 

Toronto Suburban Electric Railway Co.. 

Windsor, Essex and Lake Shore Ry 



Algoma Eastern Ry. Co 

Algoma Central & Hudson Bay Railway. 

Bay of Quinte Railway 

Brockville', Westport & North-Western Ry. 

Canada Atlantic Railway 

Canadian Pacific Railway 

Canadian Northern Railway 

Canada Southern Railway 

Centra] Ontario Railway 

Grand Trunk Railway 

Grand Trunk Pacific Railway 

Irondale, Bancroft & Ottawa Railway . . 

Kingston & Pembroke Railway — 

Lake Erie & Detroit River Railway 

Niagara, St. Catharines & Toronto Ry. . . 

Nosbonsing & Nipissing Railway 

Ottawa & New York Railway 

Thousand Islands Railway 

Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo Railway . . 

James Bay Railway 

Marmora Railway & Mining Co 



Carried forward 



22 70 
251 60 

597 10 
40 00 

77 00 

254 40 
785 75 
55 72 
377 30 
175 10 

37 00 

104 00 
451 20 

290 00 

76 60 
15 20 

38 70 
1,372 50 

36 40 

105 82 
72 50 

397 06 

92 50 

6,422 82 

130 54 

553 59 



233 76 

1,724 51 

1,405 12 

675 00 

20,635 74 

157,166 28 

14,316 00 

32,669 00 

1,984 50 

181,482 00 

8,236 80 

765 00 

1,551 00 

13,348 20 

553 80 

55 00 

853 50 

55 00 

1,223 05 

9,486 40 

96 00 



$ c. 



303,776 20 



12,833 10 



448,515 66 



765,124 96 



a52 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 12. 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE.— Continued. 

8 Edw. VII., Cap. 14. 



From whom received. 



Gas and Electric Light 
Co's 



Parlor Car Co. . 
Telephone Cos. 



Brought forward 



Chatham Gas & Electric Company . . . 

City Gas Co. of London 

Consumers' Gas Company of Toronto 

Dundas Electric Co 

Hamilton Electric Light & Power Co. 

Hamilton Gas Light Co. for 1910 

Hamilton Gas Light Co. for 1911 .... 

Hamilton Gas Light Co. for 1912 

Incandescent Light Co. of Toronto . . 

Lincoln Light & Power Co 

Ottawa Electric iGo 

Ottawa Gas Co. : 

Peterboro Light & Power CO 

Stratford Gas Co 

Toronto Electric Light Co 

Trenton Electric & Water Co., Ltd. . . . 

Woodstock Gas CO 

Windsor Gas Co 

Western Counties Electric Co., Ltd. . 



Pullman Palace Car Co. 



Ahmic Telephone Co., Ltd 

Ayr Rural Telephone Co., Ltd 

Bell Telephone Co. of Canada 

Derby Telephone Association 

Hamilton Rural Telephone Co 

Hazeldean Telephone Co 

Jackson Telephone CO 

Leeds & Grenville Independent Telephone 

Co 

Minto Rural Telephone Co 

North American Telegraph Co 

Scarboro Independent Telephone Co. . . . 
Temiscaming Telephone Co., Ltd., for 1911 
Noisy River Telephone Co. for 1912 .. 
Noisy River Telephone Co. for 1911 . . . 
Woodbridge & Vaughan Telephone Co. 

for 1911 

Niagara District Telephone Co 

Wroxeter Rural Telephone Co 

Sunderland Telephone Co , 

Union Telephone Co. for 1911 

Union Telephone Co. for 1912 , 

West Williams Rural Telephone Go. ... 
Blenheim & South Kent Telephone Co.. 
Barton & Binbrook Telephone Co. . .i. . . 

Burgessville Telephone Co 

Burnt River Telephone Co 

Byron Telephone Co 

Caradoc Eckfrid Telephone Co 

Dereham Telephone Co 

Fingal Telephone Co 



Carried forward 



134 32 
256 00 

4,384 50 
13 
250 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
619 35 
150 00 

1,490 00 

500 00 

74 20 

105 40 

4,000 00 

150 60 

86 12 

200 00 

320 00 



14 73 

7 12 

11,001 56 

5 00 

1 13 

6 28 

2 23 

17 78 

2 65 
125 00 

10 20 
49 89 

6 71 

3 27 

11 87 
20 34 

7 47 

4 18 

2 01 
4 88 

3 51 

18 87 

11 02 
16 49 

3 72 
13 42 

12 25 
12 75 

3 72 



11,400 05 



c. 



765,124 96 



13,620 62 
2,268A0 



781,013 68 



1911-12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a53 



No. 12. 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE.— Continued, 

8 Edw. VII., Cap. 14. 



From whom received. 




$ c. 


$ c. 






Brought forward 


11,400 05 

4 71 

5 83 

1 06 
12 97 

5 00 

6 15 
6 32 
6 41 

16 41 
53 52 

2 61 
8 77 
5 13 

15 84 
34 15 


781,013 68 


Telephone Cos 

(Continued) 


Goderich Rural Telephone Co. for 1911.. 
Goderich Rural Telephone Co. for 1912.. 

Ha 1 dim and Rural Telephone Co 

Harrietsville Telephone Co 






Inwood Rural Telephone Co. 






King Telephone Co. for 1911 






King Telephone Co. for 1912 






Markham & Pickering Telephone Co. . . . 
IVonk Telephone 'Co. 






Norfolk Countv Telephone Co 






New Glasgow Telephone Co 






People's Telephone Co 






St. Mary's Medina Telephone Co 






Welland County Telephone 'Co 






Dominion Telegraph Co 


11,584 93 


Telegraph Cos 


475 00 
717 24 
100 00 




Montreal & G. N. W. Telegraph Co 

North American Telegraph Co 






American Express Co 


1,292 24 


Express Cos 


3,000 00 
17,000 00 

4,500 00 

3,000 00 
19,000 00 

1,500 00 










Canadian Northern Express Co. for 1912. 
Canadian Northern Express Co. for 1911. 
Dominion Express Co 












Stamp Tax on Transfers of Securities . . 
Race Track Meeting Licenses 


48,000 Oo 
38,850 70 

17,290 25 


Stamp Tax 

Race Meetings . . . 






Total 






898,031 80 









a54 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 13. 
CASUAL REVENUE. 


From whom received. 


Service. 


$ c. 


$ "c. 


Clerks of the Peace, etc. : 
Algoma 


Fines and forfeitures 


896 01 

20 80 

52 80 

5,045 34 

9 50 

187 25 

33 25 

39 84 
99 00 

125 76 
98 40 

295 20 
176 95 
319 41 

40 32 
863 52 
369 92 
140 16 

34 56 
568 03 

127 68 

192 00 
200 00 
361 80 

77 76 

193 20 
87 36 
38 40 

990 44 
674 87 
921 64 
326 30 

15 00 

621 35 

322 47 

458 08 

1,892 00 

40 00 
106 00 

91 00 

50 00 

332 00 

3,860 00 

64 05 
180 00 
334 00 

50 00 

296 00 
93 

23 00 

2 50 

10 00 

64 50 

150 00 

200 00 

519 30 

1,985 27 

9 80 

20 00 




Brant 


do 






do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 




Carleton 




Elgin 




Essex 




Frontenac 




Grey 




Haldimand 


do 




Hastings 


do 




Halton 


do 




Huron 


do 

do 

do 




Kent 




Lanark 




Leeds and Grenville 


do 




Middlesex 


do 




Manitoulin 


do 




do 


do 




Muskoka 


do 




Nipissing 


do 




Northumberland and 
Durham 


do 




Ontario 


do 




Oxford 


do 




Parry Sound 


do 

do 




Peel 




Perth 


do 




Prince Edward 


do 




Prescott and Russell .... 


do 




Rainy River 


do 






do 




Thunder Bay 


do 




Sudbury 


do 




Wellington 


do 




Wentworth 


do 

do 




Welland 




York 


do 




do 


do 




A. McLennan. P.M 


do 




A. C. Vaughan, P.M 


do 






do 




J. A. Weir, P.M 


do 




T. Gordon, P.M 


do 




T. H. Torrance, P.M 


do 




J. T. McKay, P.M 


do 




H. W. Lawlor, P.M 


do 




T. E. Williams, P.M 


do 




W. Palling, P.M 


do 




G. H. Guthier, P.M 


do 




C. E. Riggins, P.M 


do 




J. N. Lagrois, J.P 


do 




J. Jardine, J.P 


do 




J. Eagar, J.P 


do 




Geo. Menzies, P.C.C 


do 




•S. R. Armstrong, P.C.C 


do 




C. Morrison, P.C.C 


do 




A. Jaffray, Bursar C.P 


do 




H. C. Varin, Sheriff 


do 




S. Webster, Sheriff 


do 




High Constable Broddy 


do 






Carried forward 






25,104 72 





1911 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



•dbo» 



No. 13. 
CASUAL REVENUE.— Continued. 


From whom received. 


Service. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


A. E. D. Bruce, Mining Recor- 
der 


Brought forward.... 

Fines and forfeitures (Continued) 

do 


25,104 72 

20 00 

170 00 

75 00 
250 00 

40 00 




Joseph E. Rogers 




Wm. Greer, Ont. Insurance 
Act 


do 




R. C. Newman, Insp., MP. . . 


do 




G. E. Armstrong, Bd. Cen- 
sors 


do 






Surplus fees, 57 Vic. cap. 9 


25,659 72 


Clerks of the Peace and 
County Crown Attorneys . 


3,711 87 
808 80 
977 51 
684 60 

2,433 03 
21,099 56 

2,392 50 
920 80 


Clerks, County Court 


do do 




Deputy Clerks, Crown 


do do 




Local. Registrars 


do do 




Surrogate Registrars 


do do 




Registrars of Deeds 


do do 




Division Court Clerks 


do do 




Surrogate Court Judges. . . . 


do do 




Local Master of Titles, 
Nipissing 


Fees 


33,028 67 


1,500 00 
396 00 


Local Master of Titles, 
Algoma 


do 






Private Bills 


1,896 00 


Clerk Legislative Assembly 


9,920 65 
9 50 


do do 


Certifying Private Bills 






Sale of Statutes 


9,930 15 


King's Printer 


1,886 31 

2 38 

43 69 

13 25 




do Assessment Act 






do Municipal Act 




do 


do Drainage Act , 

Ontario Gazette 


1,945 63 
8,159 43 


Ontario Railway and Muni- 
cipal Board 


Fees, 6 Edw. VII. cap. 31 




16 80 


W. H. Carney 


Jury fees 


9 00 
43 50 
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S. Atkinson, P.M 


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94 45 


J. T. McKay, P.M 


do 




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784 01 
30,603 87 


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6,479 00 


W. H. Carney 


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do do 
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87 60 

149 50 

55 60 

90 40 

395 95 




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T. Penfold 




D. G. McKinnon 




A. Jaffray 






779 05 
86 1& 


Town of F >rt Frances 




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Unclaimed money Division Courts . . . 




191 21 


Escheated Estates 


Franz Lubinski 


289 60 
188 00 
100 00 
302 55 






John Coutts 






A. Tivis 






London and Western Trusts Co 






Carried -forward 


880 15 




122,206 34 



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CASUAL REVENUE.— Continued. 


From whom received. 


Service. 


$ c. 


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Board of Health 

Neglected Children's Branch 
Attorney General's Dept — 

Librarian, L. A 

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Ontario Veterinary College . 
Consumers Cordage Co .... 
Law Society of Upper Canada 

Archives Department 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Department of Trade and 

Commerce 

L. A. Audette 

Can. Northern Railway 

Grand Trunk Railway 

Germania Company, Limited 

A. E.Long & Co 

Typewriters Companies 

Carswell & Company 

Telegraph Companies 

Ontario Civil Service 

Public Works 

Dr. J. W. McCullough 

C. W. Chadwick 

Bell Telephone Co 

Ontario Treasury Dept 

Conscience money 

John Tang 

Rolph & Clark 

Methodist Book & Pub. Co.. 

Consumers Gas Co 

Royal Sanitary Inst.,London 

Brockville Times 

A. Peterson Estate 

Poison Iron Works 

E. H Harcourt Co 

Vokes Hardware Co 

Douglas Bros 

John Lewis & Co 

Rev. John Moore 

D. Wright 

G. W. Bennett 

J. Lawrence 

Sheriff Carney 

Ontario Railway and Muni- 
cipal Board 

County Treasurers 

Provincial Police 



Brought forward. 

J. Dingwall 

Ellen F. Thompson Estate 

Rex vs. Gora 

Abraham Bernstein 

H. E. Irwin 

R. N. Ball 

J. A. Ritchie 

C. N. Saba 

T. D. Cowper 

Sheriff Varin 



Revenue 

Maintenance of children 

Fees 

Refunds 

Sale of . 

Sale of land, Anderson street 

Sale of Binder Twine & Cordage Plant, C.P 

Lighting and heating Osgoode Hall 

Sale of old papers 

Sale of old Registry Office 



Chinese Capitation Tax 

Refund re advance, settlement of accounts, 
Dominion, Ontario and Quebec 

Damage by fire 

Paint lost in transit 

Unclaimed stock 

Payment on mortgage 

Sale of old machines 

Sale of pamphlets, Land Titles Act 

Re Operators Parliament Buildings 

Refund re Fidelity Bonds 

Sale of old material re bridges, Coloniza- 
tion Roads, etc 

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Unearned subscription 

Amounts received without information.. 

Cincinnatti, Ohio 

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192 00 
275 97 
200 00 
150 00 
192 00 
184 00 
496 70 
354 38 
960 00 
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122,206 34 



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1,869 00 

556 72 

234 38 

9 15 

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1,355 14 

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12 20 

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76 68 

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254 0! 

2,678 25 
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No. 15. 

CASH AND DEBENTURE ASSETS OF THE PROVINCE. 

October 31st, 1912, 

Bank Balances: — 

Current account 63,620 93 

Special deposits bearing interest .' 1,422,000 00 

(Including Federal Subsidy for Agriculture, 
unexpended, $46,549.05.) 



1,485,620 93 ! 



Sinking Funds: — 
Re Ontario Government inscribed stock, 5 Edward VII., 
cap. 2 and 3, £1,200,000, one-half of one per cent, per 
annum on the principal. 

Amount of stock purchased for the Province for sink- 
ing fund by the Bank of Montreal, Fiscal Agents, to 
the 31st of October, 1912, £46,190, 10s., at par of 
exchange 224,485 83 

Re Ontario Government inscribed stock, 8 Edward VII., 
cap. 11 and 12, £1,620,000, one-half of one per cent, per 
annum on the principal. 

Amount of stock purchased for the Province for sink- 
ing fund by the Bank of Montreal, Fiscal Agents, 
to the 31st October, 1912, £19,650 12s., at par of 
exchange 95,501 91 

Debentures: — 

Drainage Debentures, Municipal 251,532 88 J 

Tile Drainage Coupons 55,360 00 ' 

Sault Ste. Marie Debentures 25,572 50 

Village of Eganville Debentures 12,646 88 

Town of Cochrane Debentures 38,500 00 

Township of Whitney Debentures 20,000 00 l 

Township of Tisdale Debentures 40,000 00 

— 443,612 26 

Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway, amount ex- 
pended to 31st October, 1912, see Statement No. 16 18,746,451 99 

Niagara Power Transmission and Port Arthur Power Trans- 
mission. Amount expended on Transmission Lines to 
October 31st, 1912. 

Niagara Transmission Lines 4,584,057 14 

Port Arthur Transmission Line 77,181 19 

4,661,238 33 

(Interest and Sinking Fund to be paid by Municipalities.) 

Balance due from sale of Central Prison and Toronto Asylum 
properties 862,699 42 

Trust Fund of the Province held by the Dominion. 

Common School Fund (see Consolidated Statutes, c. 26), 
1,000,000 acres set apart (proceeds realized to 31st Decem- 
ber, 1911), after deducting Land Improvement Fund, $2,622,- 
933.80, portion belonging to Ontario as per population of 
1911 $1,462,306 90 

Note. — See Awards, Sessional Papers, 1900 and 1901. 

Common School Fund, Montmorency Bridge Debentures paid 
| over to the Dominion re Quebec Turnpike Trust, $6,000.00, 
portion belonging to Ontario as per population of 1911 3,345 05 

1,465,651 95 



Total assets 27,985,262 62 

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Direct Liabilities of the Province. 

(1) Ontario Government Inscribed Stock (London, Eng., 

loan), 5 Edward VII., cap. 2 and 3, Z x k per cent., prin- 
cipal due 1st January, 1946, for construction of Tem- 
iskaming and Northern Ontario Railway, £1,200,000, 
at par of exchange $5,840,004 00 

(2) Ontario Government Inscribed Stock (London, Eng., 

loan), 8 Edward VII., cap. 11 and 12, 1 George V., 
cap. 4, and 2 George V., cap. 2, 4 per cent., principal 
due May 1st, 1947, for .construction of Temiskaming 
and Northern Ontario Railway, etc., £1,620,000, at par 
of exchange 7,884,000 00 

(3) Ontario Government Bonds and Stock, 5 Edward VII.. 

cap. 2, and 6 Edward VII., cap. 4 (Canadian loan), 
Zy 2 per cent, principal due July 1st, 1926, and 
July 1st, 1936, for construction of Temiskaming and 
Northern Ontario Railway 3,000,000 00 

(4) Ontario Government Bonds and Stock, 5 Edward VII., 

cap. 2 and 3 (Canadian loan), 4 per cent., principal 
due June 1st, 1939, for construction of Temiskaming 
and Northern Ontario Railway 1,150,000 00 

(5) Ontario Government Bonds and Stock, 8 Edward VII., 

cap. 12, and 9 Edward VII., cap. 8 (Canadian loan), 

4 per cent., principal due June 1st, 1939 3,500,000 00 

(6) Ontario Government Bonds and Stock, 1 George V., 

cap. 9, and 8 Edward VII., cap. 12 (Canadian loan), 
Algonquin Park Loan and Purchase Act, 4 per cent, 
principal due May 1st, 1941 500,000 00 

(7) Ontario Government Bonds and Stock, 8 Edward VII., 

cap. 12, and 1 George V., cap. 4 (Canadian loan), 
4 per cent, principal due November 1st, 14)41, $3,000,- 
000 00 authorized. Amount issued to October 31st, 
1912 1,229,700 00 

(8) Ontario Governiment Stock, Charitable and Educational 

Bequests. 9 Edward VII., cap. 26, sec. 42, and 10 Ed- 
ward VII., cap. 26, sec. 47 1,000 00 

(9) Municipal Securities, 8 Edward VII., cap. 51. Municipal 

Sinking Funds on deposit with the Province of On- 
tario to 31st October, 1912, with accrued interest at 
4 per cent 101,716 44 

(10) Railway Certificates, present value outstanding on 31st 

October, 1912 2,443,774 09 

Annuity Certificates, present value outstanding on 31st 

October, 1912 ' 1,346,120 89 

3,789,894 98 

(11) Common School Fund collections by Ontario, from 1st 

January, 1912, payable to the Dominion, in trust for 

both Provinces 5,610 50 

In Trust for Ontario $3,127 90 

In Trust for Quebec 2,482 60 

(12) University of Toronto Certificates, $30,000.00 per annum 

for 23 years, 5 Edward VII., cap. 37, present value at 

Sy 2 per cent per annum 468,612 30 

(13) Assurance Fund under the Land Titles Act. R.S.O. 1897, . 

cap. 137, sec. 130, amended by 3 Edward VII., cap. 12, 

sec. 5. 10 Edward VII., cap. 61 110,000 00 



Total Direct Liabilities $27,580,538 22 



1911-12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. a65 

Indirect Liabilities of the Province and Guarantees. 

(1) Niagara Falls Park Bonds— (50 Vic, c. 13) $525,000 00 

(57 Vic, c 13) 75,000 00 

(8 Edw. VII., c 29) 100,000 00 

(10 Edw. VII., c 21) 200,000 00 

$900,000 00 

Note. — The income of the Park Commission from lease 

of power, etc., was sufficient to pay all maintenance and 
interest charges and leave a balance available for capital 
expenditure. 

(2) The Canadian Northern Ontario Railway Company. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario, under authority 
of 8 Edward VII., cap. 47, of principal and interest at 3% 
per cent, per annum, Debenture Stock of above Railway, 
payable in 30 years from 30th June, 1908, £1,615,068 9s. 7d. 
sterling 7,860,000 00 

Secured by First Mortgage on Railway, Rolling Stock 
and Terminals. 

(3) University of Toronto. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario, under authority 
Order in Council 15th July, 1908, and 16th June, 1909, 
Debentures of above University, payable 15th July, 1910, 
to 15th July, 1949, 40 years, $500,000.00. 

Present value for 37 years at 4 per cent $483,541 57 

(4) University of Toronto. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario, under authority 
Order in Council 7th April, 1911, Debentures of above 
University, payable 1st January, 1912, to 1st January, 
1951, 40 years, $130,000.00. 

Present value for 39 years at 4 per cent 128,630 93 

(5) University of Toronto. 

Guarantee by the Province of Ontario, under authority 
Order in Council, May, 1912, Debentures of above Uni- 
versity, payable 1st January, 1912, to 1st January, 1951, 

40 years, $300,000.00. 

Present value for 39 years at 4 per cent 296,842 11 

909,014 61 



$9,669,014 61 



a66 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. No. 1 

No, 16. 

TEMISKAMING AND NORTHERN ONTARIO RAILWAY. 

Expenditure to October 31st, 1912. 

Amount charged to Capital account to October 31st, 1911. 

See Public Accounts, 1911— Statement No. 16 $17,535,662 69 

Advances by Government during Fiscal year ending Oct. 31st, 1912 1, 210, 789 30 

Total charged to Capital account of Eailway to October 31st, 1912 $18,746,451 99 



l 



1911-12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. a67 

No. 17. 

ONTARIO GOVERNMENT INSCRIBED STOCK (LONDON, ENGLAND, LOAN.) 
4 per cent. £300,000 sterling— 2 George V., Cap. 2— Principal due May 1st, 1947. 



£300,000 at par of exchange $1,459,999.99. 

STATEMENT. 

£200, 000 issued at 100§....<rt....^^.'./ £200,750 

£100,000 issued at par 100,000 

£300,750 
Expenses. 



On £200,000 Bank charges If per cent £3,750 

Stamp duty f per cent 1 , 250 

On £100,000 Bank charges H per cent 1,500 0^ 

Stamp duty § per cent 625 

U/ ~ i £7,125 

Less stamp duty refunded . . &j&£ : P. V» 13 8 

Total costs 7,111 12 C : 

£293,638 8 

Amount credited to Ontario Treasury Department by Bank of Montreal, 

£293,638 8s. Od. at various rates of exchange (see statement No. 1)... $1,430,997.55 
\ 



v/ 



a68 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. No. 1 



No. 18. 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO LOAN (CANADIAN) 8 EDW. VII., CAP. 12, AND 

1 GEORGE V., CAP. 4. 



$3,000,000.00 authorized. 

Amount issued to Oct. 31st, 1912, $1,229,700.00 at 102 per centum, Bonds and Stock, 4 per cent., 

Principal due Nov. 1st, 1941. 

Recbipts. 

Bond subscription $ 991, 000 00 

Stock 238 , 700 00 

$1,229,700 00 v 

Premium paid on Bond and Stock subscriptions 24, 594 00 \ 

$1,254,294 00 

Expenditure. 

Brokerage 10,313 50 1 

Net proceeds to Oct. 31st, 1912, see Statement No. 1 .... , $1 ,243,980 50 

I / 7 



1911-12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. a69 

No. 19. 
PROVINCE OF ONTARIO LOAN (CANADIAN) ALGONQUIN PARK. 
$500,000 authorized— 8 Edward VII., Cap. 12, and 1 George V., Cap. 9. 

Bonds and Stock, 4 per cent. Issued at 102. Principal due May 1st, 1941. 

Amount issued in 1911 $290,000 00 

Amount issued in 1912 208,600 00 

$498,600 00 
RECEIPTS JN 1912. 

' Bond and Stock subscription $208,600 00 * 

FVemium paid on subscriptions 4 , 1 72 00 \r 

Accrued interest paid by subscribers 72 92 



$212,844 92 
Expenditure. 

Brokerage, etc 1,350 00 */ 



Jiet proceeds to October 31st 1912-see Statement No, 1 $211 ,494 92. 




qv 



a70 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 20. 

MUNICIPAL SECURITIES. 
8 Edw. VII., Cap. 51. 

Municipal Sinking Funds on deposit with the Province of Ontario to October 31st, 
1912, with accrued interest at 4 per cent. 



Municipality. 


By-Law. 


Amount. 


Amount. 


Cities — 
St. Thomas 


1752 
1759 
1766 
1771 
1777 
1837 
1838 

499 
736 
776 

62 
63 

53 

72 

88 

143 

486 
409 
410 
442 
443 

215 
41 
611 
625 
627 

139 
191 

404 
408 

75 

677 
724 
737 

981 
1,000 
1,001 
1,002 
1,003 
1,018 
1,019 
1,027 
1,028 


$ c. 
4,790 05 
1,101 10 
1,455 60 
2,134 79 
1,067 35 
4,374 47 

643 07 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 






$15,566 43 
1,627 43 


Towns — 

feif Aim onte 




Brockville 


3,551 86 
468 39 


do 






4,020 25 


Bruce Mines 


86 12 
86 12 


do 






172 24 


Cobalt 


21,624 84 
3,985 70 
9,625 49 
2,772 00 


do 




do 




do 






38.008 03 
3 23 86 








856 76 

1,131 02 

125 94 

101 67 




do 




do 




do 






2,215 39 

3,594 97 

369 73 


Latchf ord 






995 39 
293 47 
185 69 




do 




do 






1,474 55 


St. Mary's 


225 66 
860 15 


do 






1,085 81 


Villages — 
Acton . 


747 36 
441 15 


do 






1,188 51 
494 57 


Beaverton 




Townships — 
Barton 


4,552 17 
845 56 
224 60 




do 




do 






5,622 33 


Etobicoke 


832 86 

1,748 81 

1,010 47 

63 55 

178 22 

67 35 

220 21 

489 52 

720 74 


do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 






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1911 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a71 



No. 20. 
MUNICIPAL SECURITIES.- 


Continued 






Municipality. 


By-Law. 


Amount . 


Amount. 


Townships — 
Etobicoke (Continued) 


1,034 
1,035 
1,036 

432 
31 
44 
54 

647 
648 

733 


$ c. 
58 03 
28 71 
26 06 




do 




do 






5,444 53 
2,044 89 


Logan 




O'Connor 


128 10 
85 32 
50 36 




do 




do 






263 78 


Saltfleet 


496 13 
312 71 


do 






808 84 
14,450 30 


Counties — 
Leeds and Grenville 








101,716,44 



a72 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 21. 

Statement showing amounts payable annually for certificates issued by the Treasurer 
of the Province for "Aid to Railways" and Annuities. 



Year. 



1912. 

1913. 

1914. 

1915. 

1916. 

1917. 

1918. 

1919. 

1920. 

1921. 

1922. 

1923.- 

1924 

1925. 

1926. 

1927. 

1928 

1929. , 

1930., 



Eailway Aid 
Certificates. 



Annuities. 



Year. 



139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
138,412 94 



Forward 2,503,326 12 



51,450 00 

102,900 00 

102,900 00 

102,900 00 

102,900 00 

102,900 00 

102,900 00 

102,900 00 

102,900 00 

102,900 00 

102,900 00 

102,900 00 

96,200 00 

82,500 00 

69,350 00 

56,950 00 

50,700 00 

50,700 00 

50,700 00 



1,640,450 00 



Forward 

1931 

1932 

1933 

1934 

1935 

1936 

1937 

1938 

1939 

1940 

1941 

1942 

1943 

1944 

1945 

1946 

1947 

1948 

1949 

1950 



Railway Aid A 
Certificates. Annuities. 



$ c. 

2,503,326 12 

134,914 94 

127,918 94 

125,120 54 

123,021 74 

111,128 54 

105,090 01 

94,459 80 

90,961 80 

86,122 35 

82,239 02 

67,943 75 

31,818 40 

24,920 51 

22,695 08 

18,251 86 

18,251 86 

18,251 86 

18,251 86 

6,871 26 

699 60 



3,812,259 84 



$ c. 

1,640,450 00 

43,700 00 

32,700 00 

28,700 00 

28,700 00 

24,700 00 

16,700 00 

9,200 00 

2,850 00 



1,827,700 00 



NOTE. — Present value of Railway certificates, October 31st, 1912 (interest If per 

cent, half yearly) $2,443,774.09 

Present value of Annuities, October 31st, 1912 (interest If per cent, half 

yearly). $1,346,120 89 



1911 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a73 



No. 22. 

Statement of the Sinking Funds of the Province of Ontario, showing the amount 

invested to 31st October, 1912. 



Loan. 



Nature of Investment. 



Sterling. 



Total. 



Currency. 



£ s. d. 
£1,200,000 Amount invested in inscribed stock toi 
3J per cent. ; October 31st, 1911 — 

4% stock, £3,596 11 4 
3|% stock, 34,696 11 8 

38,293 3 

Amount invested in 1912 7,897 7 



£1,620,000 
4 per cent. 



Amount invested in inscribed stock to 

October 31st, 1911 \ 11,644 2 



Amount invested in 1912. 



,006 9 6 



£ s. d. $ 



46,190 10 224,485 83 



19,650 12 95,501 91 






a74 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 24. 
Aid to'Railways from Confederation to October 31st, 1912. 



Name of Railway. 


Miles. 


Rate. 


Subsidy Voted. 


Bay^of Quinte ... ... 

Belleville and North Hastings 

Brantford, Norfolk & Port Burwell 

Bruce Mines & Algoma 


28.45 

22. 

33.27 

17. 

20.029 

20. 

7.531 
62.901 
31. 

7. 
50.500 

9.37 
153.061 
65.72 
40.556 
79.3 
45.86 
20. 

1.86 

188.16 

95.464 

48.052 

33.48 

1.50 
44.77 

3.70 
20. 

15; 

11.58 

13.74 

28.42 

26.50 

17.53 

69.146 

50. 

20.40 

19.60 

14.53 

33.343 

42.72 

27.68 

268.20 
9.57 

149.43 
18.50 
5.995 
32. 
63. 
80. 
47.75 
27.5 
73.52 
77.63 
33.439 
12,778 
19.108 
1.929 
33.442 
22.310 

120.638 
45.745 


$ c. 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,650 00 
2,650 00 
2,650 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
1,200 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
4,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 

cash 
2,000 00 
2,500 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 

cash 
3,000 00 
4,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,650 00 
3,250 00 
7,000 00 
8,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,250 00 
4,000 00 
2,500 00 
2,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,500 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 

cash 
4,000 00 
8,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
certificates 
certificates 


$ c. 
85,350 00 
66,000 00 
66,540 00 
51,000 00 


Canada Central 


53,000 00 


do 


53,000 00 


do 


19,957 15 


Canada Southern 


125,802 00 


Central Counties 


62,000 00 


do 


8,400 00 


Central Ontario 


151,500 00 




18,740 00 


Credit Valley 


459,183 00 


Canada Atlantic 


262,880 00 


Erie & Huron 


81,112 00 


Grand Trunk, Georgian Bay & Lake Erie 


158,600 00 


Grand Junction , 


137,580 00 


do 


40,000 00 


G. T. R. Assignee of Magnetawan River Railway 


10,000 00 
376,320 00 


Hamilton & North Western 


238,660 00 




144,156 00 


Hamilton & Lake Erie 


66,960 00 




10,000 00 


Irondale, Bancroft & Ottawa 


134,310 00 




14,800 00 


Kingston & Pembroke 


40,000 00 


do 


39,750 00 


do 


37,635 00 


do 


96,180 00 


do 


237,360 00 




53,000 00 


Lindsay, Bobcaygeon & Pontypool 


52,590 00 


London, Huron & Bruce 


138,292 00 


Montreal and Ottawa 


100,000 00 




40,800 00 


do 


44,100 00 


do 


58,120 00 


North Simcoe 


83,357 50 




85,440 00 


do 


110,720 00 


Ontario & Rainy River 


1 072,800 00 


Ontario, Belmont & Northern 


19,140 00 


Pembroke Southern , 


448,290 00 
55,500 00 




11,990 00 


Prince Edw T ard County 


80,000 00 


Port Dover & LakeHuron 


126,000 00 


Port Arthur, Duluth & Western 

Parry Sound Colonization 


240,000 00 
143,250 00 


Stratford & Lake Huron 


55,000 00 


Toronto, Grey & Bruce 


220,560 00 


do 


155,240 00 


Toronto & Nipissing 


66,878 00 


do 


38,334 00 


Tillsonburg, Lake Erie & Pacific 


38,216 00 


Thessalon & Northern 


5,000 00 


Victoria 


133,768 00 


do 


178,480 00 


Wellington, Grey & Bruce 


241,276 00 


Whitby, Port Perry & Lindsay 


91,490 00 




35,000 00 


Dominion Bridge Co. (Interprovincial Bridge) . , 




50,000 00 








Totals 


2,683.197 




7,619,406 65 









EXPENDITURE STATEMENT 



191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE by the Treasurer of Ontario for the fiscal year 

ended October 31st, 1912. 



CIViL GOVERNMENT. 



LIEUTENANT=GOVERNOR'S OFFICE. 

Salaries ($3,050.00). 

C. N. Shanly: Eleven months' salary as Official Secretary $1,284 00 

A.C.Caldwell: One do do 116 00 

Sidney Fellowes: Twelve do Assistant do 600 00 

Thos. Lymer: do Messenger 700 00 

Hon. Sir J. M. Gibson: Allowance for Stenographer 350 00 

Contingencies ($1,700.00). 

Hon. Sir J. M. Gibson: Allowance 1,700 00 



OFFICE OF THE PRIME MINISTER AND PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL. 

Salaries ($5,150.00). 

Horace Wallis: Twelve months' salary as Chief Clerk and Prime Minister's 

Secretary 2,500 00 

Grace Irving: do Clerk 700 00 

E. B. Banford : do do 650 00 

Chas. Chase: do Messenger Ex. Council and Care- 
taker 1,300 00 



Contingencies ($1,426.66). 



Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
62.44; rent of instruments, 
54.00 

Bond, Root, cab hire 

Canada Facts Pub. Co., copies 
of Facts 

Canada Legal Pub. Co., law 
lists 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 

Great North Western Telegraph 
Co., telegrams 

Gripton, C, stamp and supplies 

Hendrie, Hon. J. S., travelling 
expenses 

Harcourt, E. H. Co., blank books, 
binding, etc 



116 44 
254 25 

12 50 

3 00 

142 93 

59 34 

7 00 

225 00 
18 32 



Hill, Jno.. cartage 

Hubertus, Mrs., postage stamps 

International Ry. Pub. Co., sub- 
scription to Guide 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery 

Laurie, T. W., book 

Newspapers and periodicals . . . 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 

Toronto Ry. and Steamboat 
Guide, subscription 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions 

Whitney, Hon. Sir Jas. P., trav 
elling expenses 





25 


105 


00 


2 


00 


266 


99 


5 


21 


97 


68 



60 00 



5 00 



36 00 



9 75 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



ATTORNEY=GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 



Salaries ($18,715.62). 

J. R. Cartwrigh.it: Twelve months' salary as Deputy Attorney-General 



J. Lonsdale Capreol: 


do 


Edward Bayly: 


do 


M. Currey: 


do 


Bertha Brooker: 


do 


C. A. Fitch: 


do 


W. Marseilles: 


do 


C. F. Buhner: 


do 


F. Roche: 


do 


C. Magone: Four and two-thi 



Clerk, Executive Council 

Solicitor 

Asst. Clerk, Executive Council 
and Attorney-General's Secre- 
tary 

Stenographer and Assistant . . . 

Chief Clerk 

Second-Class Clerk 

do 

Clerk 

Messenger 



4,100 


00 


2,600 


00 


3,600 


00 


2,200 


00 


700 00 


1,800 


00 


1,450 


00 


1,450 


00 


700 


00 


115 


62 



Contingencies ($4,157.96). 



Baird, J. M., services as clerk 
at 1.66^ per diem 

Bayly, E., extra services, 500.00; 
travelling expenses, 125.70... 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
struments, 122.25; messages, 
40.80 

Bulmer, C. F., travelling ex- 
penses 

Can. Express Co., charges 

C. P. Ry. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 

Can. Facts Pub. Co., copies of 
Facts 

Can. Law Book Co., subs, to 
law reports, law books and 
journals 

Can. Legal Pub. Co., law lists 
and charts 

Capreol, J. L., travelling ex- 
penses 

Carswell Co., law reports, law 
books, etc 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., copies 
of Guide 

Davidson, W. D., services at 
2.73^ per diem 

Doane Bros., cab hire 

Doherty, Teresa, services at 
2.33^ per diem /. 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 

Doust, Jos., legal forms 

Elliott-Fisher, Ltd., repairs, rib- 
bons, etc 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co., tele- 
grams 



501 


66 


625 


70 


163 


05 


4 


75 




65 


S3 


92 



5 00 



66 


00 


18 


00 


4 


70 


134 


70 


4 


00 


283 
2 


94 

00 


732 
2 
2 


66 
05 
90 


12 


30 


50 92 



Gripton, C, rubber stamps 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., blank books 
and binding 

Hill, Jno., cartage 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hubertus, Mrs., postage stamps 

King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery 

Lowdermilk, W. H., Co., law 
books 

Magone, C, services at 96^ 
per diem 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
printing, etc 

Might Directories, Ltd., map of 
Toronto 

Monarch Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions 

Planet Bicycle Co., repairs to 
wheel 

Poole, Arthur & Co., books and 
reports 

Registrar, Surrogate Court, fees 
re estate of Wm, Wilding. . . 

Remington Typewriter Co., in- 
spection 

Toronto Ry & Steamboat Guide, 
subscription 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets... 

United Typewriter Co., supplies, 
20.00; inspections, 48.00 



3 00 



73 


66 
35 


3 

280 


27 
00 


610 


88 




26 


21 


15 


10 


84 


1 


75 


9 


00 


215 


50 


6 


50 


83 


50 


2 


40 


3 


00 


5 

56 

68 


00 
00 

00 



E. A. Maclaurin: 

F. H. Mitchell: 
^Lubv Moore: 
M. T. Kelly: 



Audit of Criminal Justice Accounts. 

Salaries ($4,450.00). 

Twelve months' salary as Auditor of Administration of 

Justice Accounts 2,100 00 

do Clerk 1,000 00 

do Clerk and Stenographer 700 00 

do do 650 00 



191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

ATTORNEY GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 

Audit of Criminal Justice Accounts.— Continued. 



Canadian Express Co., charges. 

Canada Legal Pub. Co., law list 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., copies 
of Guide 

International Ry. Pub. Co., sub. 
to Guide 

Johnston, L. S., services as 
clerk at 2.33^ per diem 



Contingencies ($950.32) 

25 King's Printer, distribution, 

3 00 stationery 146 78 

Mclntyre, M. H., postage 

6 63 stamps 55 00 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

50 printing, etc 24 84 

Monarch Typewriter Co., rent 

2 00 of typewriters 18 00 

Remington Typewriter Co., rent 
681 32 of typewriters 12 00 



Insurance Branch. 



A. R. Boswell: 



W. J. Vale: 

W. A. Cork: 
C. M. Peters: 
A. C. Lynch: 



Salaries ($7,845.40) 

Twelve months' salary as Inspector of Insurance and Regis- 
trar Friendly Societies and 

Loan Companies 3,000 00 

do Assistant Registrar Friendly 

Societies 

Clerk 

do 

Stenographer 



Eight and two-thirds 
Twelve months' 
do 



T. A. B. Whiting: Four and one-half 



do 



2,000 00 
1,053 44 
830 00 
750 00 
211 96 



Brown Bros., repairing number- 
ing machine 

Bruce, Jessie M., services as 
stenographer at 1. 662/3 per 
diem 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., 
inspections 

Canada Customs, duty charges 

Canadian Express Co., charges. 

Canada Facts Pub. Co., copies of 
Facts 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 

Canada Law Book Co., Yearly 
Digest and Insurance Report 

Canada Legal Pub. Co., law 
lists and charts 

Carswell Co., subscriptions, law 
journals and books 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., copies 
of Guide 

Cork, W. A., travelling ex- 
penses 

Great North Western Telegraph 
Co., telegrams 

Gripton, C, stamps „ and sup- 
plies ' 

I Harcourt,. E. H., Co., binding 
and blank books 

Heaton's Agency, handbook . . . 



Contingencies ($2,998.50) 



1 50 



383 33 



12 
1 


00 
85 
59 


2 


00 


1 


29 


13 


50 


4 


50 


65 


25 


1 


00 


109 


00 




87 


25 


30 


104 
1 


53 

00 



House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

Hume, K., services as stenogra- 
pher at 2.331/3 per diem .... 

International Ry. Pub. Col, sub. 
to Guide 

King's Printer, distribution, 
paper, 386.16; stationery, 
371.01 

MacMillan Co., books 

Methodist Book & Pub. House. 
book, 3.00; printing and bind- 
ing, 982.07 

National Fire Protection Assn., 
membership fee 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions 

New York Spectator Co., books 

Poole, Arthur & Co., law re- 
ports . v . . , 

Toronto Ry. & "Steamboat Guide, 
subscription 

Toronto Railway Co., car tickets 

United Typewriter Co., inspec* 
tions 

Vale, W. J., travelling expensjfi 

Whitney, A. B., services as 
clerk at 1.66^ per diem 



2 
65 


32 
00 


84 


00 


2 


00 


757 
1 


17 
63 


985 


07 


5 


00 


42 
17 


00 
00 


30 


00 


5 <£ 
5 OG 


165 80 



80 00 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



ONTARIO RAILWAY AND MUNICIPAL BOARD. 

Salaries ($20,650.00) 

James Leitch: Twelve months' salary as Chairman 6,000 00 

A. B. Ingram: do Vice-Chairman 4,000 00 

H. N. Kittson: do Member of Board 4,000 00 

H. C. Small: do Secretary 2,400 00 

W. C. Coo: do Court Reporter 1,500 00 

A. C. McKee: do Messenger and Entry Clerk 850 00 

Gertrude Hare: Four do Stenographer 200 06 

Grace Dunkin: Twelve do do 650 00 

M. Sanderson: do do 650 00 

Beatrice Skelton: Eight do do 400 00 



Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
8.65; rent of instruments, 
67.50; extra insertion in direc- 
tory, 2.00 

Cairns, B., stamps, etc 

Canada Law Book Co., sub.... 

Canada Legal Pub. Co., law lists 

Coo, W. C, copies of evidence, 
1.75; copies of arguments and 
proceedings, 19.85; travelling 
expenses, 109.20 

Dagger, Francis, professional 
services reporting on differ- 
ent issues, 2,020.00; travell- 
ing expenses, 590.31 

Grand & Toy, fountain pen . . . 

Great North Western Telegraph 
Co., telegrams *. 

Harcourt. E. H., Co., binding, 
5.00; blank books, 22.93 

Hill, John, cartage 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

Ingram, A. B., trav. expenses.. 

King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery, 203.21; paper, 61.22. 



(Contingencies ($4,630.23) 

Kittson, H. N., travelling ex- 
penses 99 45 

Leitch, Jas., travelling expenses, 
78 15 274.75; accountable, 321.50.. 596 25 

1 45 Mcllroy, S., cartage 50 

5 00 Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

6 00 printing, etc 56 10 

Middlemist, H. "W., services as 

consulting engineer 15 00 

Newspapers and periodicals ... 16 50 
130 80 Poole, Arthur, subscription to 

law reports, binding, etc 116 00 

Remington Typewriter Co., in- 
spections 5 50 

2,610 31 Small, H. C, travelling ex- 

6 25 penses 114 95 

Toronto Electric Light Co., 

70 light 2 76 

Toronto Ry. & Steamboat Guide, 
27 93 subscription 5 00 

2 85 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets.. 100 00 
120 00 United Typewriter Co., inspec- 

194 35 tions 24 00 

Wyse, J. F. H., services at 15.00 
264 43 per diem 30 00 



EDUCATION DEPARTMENT. 



A. H. U. Colquhoun: 
John S'eath : 
C. W. James: 

J. R. Humphreys: 
A. C. Paull: 
T. J. Greene: 
S. A. May: 
W. Walker: 

E. A. Faulds: 
Thos. W. Aitkens: 

F. L. Woodley: 
M. H. Thompson: 
N. A. Brown: 
Geo. Lyon: 

J. F. Clark: 



Salaries ($26,975.33) 

Twelve months' sakry as Deputy Minister 3,600 00 

do Superintendent of Education . . 4,000 00 
do Minister's Secretary and Depart- 
mental Secretary 2,000 00 

do Chief Clerk and Accountant 2,000 00 

do Clerk of Records 1,900 00 

do Clerk of Correspondence 1,400 00 

do Assist. do 950 00 

do Assist. Clerk of Records 1,150 00 

do Clerk of Statistics 1,5 CO 00 

do Ass'st. do 850 00 

do Clerk and Assist. Accountant... 1,5C0 00 

do Clerk and Stenographer 1,200 00 

do Junior Clerk 1,100 00 

Nine do do 600 00 

Three do do 200 00 



;i 



191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT,— Continued, 



F. Clarke: 

Win. Armstrong: Ten 

M. A. Ashall: Eight 

L. E. Montgomery: Three 

E. Dennis: Twelve 

I. M. Goold: 

L. McCorkindale: 



Salaries.— Continued. 

One months' salary as Messenger . . 

do do 

do Stenographer 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do Caretaker . . 



Contingencies ($4,970.82) 



Abbey Taxi Livery, cab hire.. 

Ashall, A. E., services at 2.00 
per diem 

Ashall, M. A., travelling ex- 
penses 

Acta Victor iana, advertising... 

Advertising and Pub. Agency, 
advertising 

Anglin, R. W., travelling ex- 
penses 

Armstrong, Wm., services at 
1.00 per diem 

Art Metropole, rubbers and ink 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
struments, 341.05; messages, 
31.82 

Britnell, A., books 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., 
inspections, 16.00; supplies, 
2.45 

Cairns, B., rubber stamps 

Campbell, Graham, freight 
charges 

Can. Courier, advertising 

Can. Dept. Public Printing and 
Stationery, postal guides . . . 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Facts Pub. Co., copies of 
Facts 

Can. Legal Pub. Co., law lists. 

C. P. Ry. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 

Can. Parliamentary Guide, sub. 

Clark, A. H. Co., books 

Colquhoun, A. H. IT., trav. ex- 
penses 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., books.. 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Educational Pub. Co., advertis- 
ing 

Edwards, Francis, book 

Eyre & Spottiswood, reports 
and circulars 

Figary's Photo Studio, photo . . 

Frowde, Henry, books 

Grand & Toy, stationery 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co., tele- 
grams 

Harcourt, E. H. Co., books and 
binding 

Hendry, Geo. M. Co., maps, etc. 



158 


00 


14 

25 


60 
00 


20 


00 


3 


50 


17 
3 


66 
76 


372 


87 
50 


18 

27 


45 

58 


1 

43 


75 
68 


3 

7 


20 
04 


7 
9 


50 

00 


69 

6 

18 


73 
00 

00 


74 

1 

12 


25 
83 
35 


120 


00 
80 


7 

2 

2 

12 


14 
00 
55 
40 


148 


43 


83 
5 


98 

78 



Hill, Jno., cartage 

Hogarth, Thos., cartage 

Hopkins, " J. Castell, compiling 
"Empire Day" booklet 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Humphreys, J. R., travelling ex- 
penses 

International Who's Who Pub. 
Co., copy of "Who's Who".. 

Irwin, C. W., brokerage 
charges 

James, C. W., travelling ex- 
penses 

James, W., photos 

Jarvis, C. E., services 

King, P. S. & Son, books and 
reports s 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery 

Library Bureau of Can., cards, 
guides, etc 

Lyons, B., services at 2.00 per 
diem 

Mcllroy, S., cartage 

McMaster, M., postage stamps. 

McMaster University Monthly, 
advertising 

Manual Arts Press, books 

Map Co., map of Toronto 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
books, 14.96; printing and 
binding, 93.08 

Mills, M., postage stamps 

Monarch Typewriter Co., in- 
spections and supplies, 49.00; 
rent of typewriter, 227.25.... 

Montgomery, L. E., services at 
2.00 per diem 

Musson Book Co., subscription 
to system 

National Typewriter Co., re- 
pairs and supplies, 28.80; in- 
spections, 42.00 

Newell, R., cab hire 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions 

O. A. C. Review, advertising. . 

Phair, Ed., livery hire 

Postmaster, extra postage 



25 


00 


258 


33 


467 


00 


175 


00 


70 


00 


700 00 


700 


00 


23 


00 


228 


75 


75 


00 


1 


09 


164 


00 


10 


00 


3 


00 


50 


35 


4 


00 


2 


00 


7 


39 


691 


67 


5 


30 


144 


00 


1 


00 


450 


00 


20 


00 


2 


60 


5 


00 


108 


04 


150 


00 


276 


25 


470 


00 


10 


00 


70 


80 


9 


50 


30 


06 


60 


00 


2 


00 


21 


33 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 



Public Health Journal, advtg.. 

Queen's Quarterly, advtg 

Queen's University Journal, 
advertising 

Remington Typewriter Co., re- 
pairs 

Richardson, H. E., services 

Seath, Jno., travelling expenses 

Silver, Bendett & Co., books . . . 

Soady, Chas., travelling ex- 
penses 

Ta,xicabs, Ltd., cab hire 

Thompson, Ahern & Co., brok- 
erage charges 

Torontonensis, advertising .... 



Contingencies.— Continued. 

25 00 Toronto Railway Co., car tick- 

62 50 ets 255 00 

Toronto Society of Archaeologi- 
40 00 cal Institutes, membership 

fees 30 00 

50 United Photographic Stores, 

2 00 photo supplies 3 90 

77 60 United Typewriter Co., repairs 

92 and supplies 6 00 

Ward, H., travelling expenses. 12 55 

7 20 Wilson, T., extra postage 2 79 

1 30 Wingate, T., messenger service 25 

Woodley, F. L., travelling ex- 

1 25 penses 8 70 

35 00 Wright & Sons, books 2 40 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS, FORESTS AND MINES. 

Salaries ($77,603.29) 

Aubrey White: Twelve months' salary as Deputy Minister of Lands and 

Forests 4,100 00 

G. W. Yates: Two do Minister's Secretary - 333 33 

C. C. Hele: Nine do do 1,200 00 

Geo. Kennedy: Twelve do Law Clerk 2,700 00 

E. S. Williamson: do Secretary to Department 1,850 00 

Janet Garvie: do Clerk 7'50 00 

Jas. Farrington: do Stenographer 600 00 

Land Sales and Free Grants. 

J. J. Murphy: Twelve months' salary as Chief Clerk 2,200 00 

Walter Cain: do Clerk of Free Grants 1,600 00 

Selby Draper : do Clerk 1,250 00 

W. R. Ledger: do do 1,250 00 

W. B. Baines: One do do 59 18 

S.A.Piatt: Twelve do do 1,050 00 

F.A.Lucas: do do 1,000 00 

F.Samuels: do do 775 00 

N. McQueen : do Stenographer 675 00 

M. Bengough : 4 do do 700 00 

Jean Oram: do ffo 700 00 

Military Grants. 

R. H. Browne: Ten months' salary as Chief Clerk 1,542 00 

A. H. O'Neil: Twelve do Clerk 900 00 

E. F. O'Neil : do Stenographer 700 00' 

Surveys and Patents. 

Geo. B. Kirkpatrick: Twelve months' salary as Director 2,650 00 

J. F. Whitson: Seven do Surveyor and Draughtsman. 1,458 00 

L. V. Rorke: Twelve do Assist. do 2,100 00 

W. F. Lewis: do Clerk 1,300 00 

D. G. Boyd: do Draughtsman 1,500 00 

E. M. Jarvis: do Clerk 1,200 00 

J. B. Proctor: do do 1,100 00 

J.L.Byrne: Eleven do do 916 00 






191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS, FORESTS AND MINES.— Continued. 



Surveys and Patents. — Continued. 



Salaries.— Continued. 

Banks Rushford: One month's salary as Clerk 70 28 

F. E. Blanchet: Twelve months' do do 1,000 00 

Alex. Leaman : do do 1,000 00 

H. Treeby: do Draughtsman 1,150 00 

John Work: do do 1,050 00 

M. H. Kirkland: do Stenographer 700 00 

E. G. Halliday: do do 650 00' 

Clare O'Connor: do do 575 00 

Beatrice Benson: do do 575 00 

E. C. Armer: do do 575 00 

C. S. Jones: do Clerk of Patents 1,950 00 

W.S.Sutherland: do Clerk 1,250 00 

C.E.Burns: do do 1,300 00 

W. Oarrell: do do 1,150 00 

A. E. Robillard: Six do do 479 00 

A. E. Roe : Twelve do do 1,050 00 

Woods and Forests. 

J. A. G. Crozier: Twelve months' salary as Chief Clerk 2,200 00 

J. B. Cook: do Clerk 1,600 00 

H. D. Gillard: do do 1,400 00 

John Houser: do do 1,20000 

F. J. Niven: do do 1,200 00 

W. F. Trivett: do do • 1,150 00 

R. H. Hodgson: do do 1,100 00 

Geo. W. Harris: do do 900- 00 

N. L. Rogers: do do . 800 00 

S. D. Meeking: do do 800 00 

Florence Lennon: Ten do Stenographer 583 50 

M. E. Bliss: Twelve do do 600 00 

Amy Thompson : do do 700 00 

Accounts Branch. 

D. G. Ross: Twelve months' salary as Accountant 2,400 00 

H. M. Lount: do Clerk 1,400 00 

H.E.Johnston: do do 1,100 00 

H. G. Harris : Seven do do 612 00 

C.J.Clarke: Twelve do do 1,050 00 

C. Bowland: do Clerk and Stenographer 625 00 

Frank Yeigh do Registrar 1,550 00 

Chester Dies: do Clerk 1,100 00 

H. Brophy: do Messenger 850 00 

Contingencies ($21,013.15) 

American Forestry Association, Can. Express Co., charges 15 97 

annual dues 1 00 Canadian Forestry Association, 

Baines. W. B., services as clerk annual dues 1 00 

at 2.00 per diem 308 00 Canada Facts Pub. Co., "copies 

Barran, Arthur, services as of Facts 6 25 

messenger at 83^ per diem. 15 00 Canada Law Book Co., binding, 

P^ll Telephone Co., messages, 3.75; subscriptions, 22.00 ... 25 75 

53.00; rent of instruments, C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 

30.00 90 30 grams 476 39 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., Canada Legal Pub. Co., law 

inspections, 12.00; ribbon, 1.25 13 25 lists and legal charts 18 00 



10 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS, FORESTS AND MINES.— Continued. 



Can. Northern Express Co., 
charges 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., copies 
of Guide 

Corbett, fm, services as mes- 
senger, at 1.00 per diem.... 

Doane Bros., cab hire 

Dominion Express Co., charges 

Doyle, J. B., services as clerk 
at 2.00 per diem 

Elliott-Fisher Co., repairs 

Fournier, S., registration fee . . 

Gordon, Robt., services as clerk 
at 2.00 per diem 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co., tele- 
grams 

Gripton, C, stamps and sup- 
plies 

Hall, A. G., services as clerk 
at 2.00 per diem 

Harcourt, E. H. Co., binding, 
blank books, etc 

Hearst, Hon. W. H., travelling 
expenses 

Hele, C. C, services as Minis- 
ter's secretary, at 4.80 per 
diem 

Hill, Edith, services as stenog- 
rapher at 1.66^3 per diem... 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Jermyn, C. J., services as clerk 
at 2.00 per diem 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 5,567.20; maps, 
738.35; paper, 110.44 

Kirkpatrick, G. B., travelling 
expenses 

Ledger, W. R., travelling ex- 
penses 

Library Bureau of Canada, 
cards 

McCurry, P., registration fees. 

McDonald, Thos., services ex- 
amining location 

McMaster, M. H., postage 
stamps 

American Lumberman 

Annual Review Pub. Co 

Arnprior Chronicle 

Barrie Northern Advance 

Bay City Times 

Berlin News Record 

Blind River Gazette 

Bracebridge Herald 

Brantford Courier 

Bruce Mines Spectator 

Burk's Falls Arrow 



Contingencies.— Continued. 

Maher, P., cab hire 7 00 

1 95 Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

printing, etc 985 25 

2 00 Morris, J. G., services as clerk 

at 2.16^ per diem 651 66 

314 00 Munro, J. M., registration fee. 2 70 

1 75 Newspapers and periodicals, 

277 82 subscriptions , 170 50 

Niven, Mrs. M., surveyors' in- 

34 00 struments 150 00 

20 Office Specialty Mfg. Co., index 

1 02 cards, 2.85; alteration vault 

bridge, 3.60 6 45 

162 00" Ontario Land Surveyors' Assn., 

annual dues 12 00 

27 97 Preston, R. E., registration fees 2 00 

Reid, Alex., services as 
36 65 draughtsman at 2.50 per diem 387 50 

Rorke, L. V., accountable 100 00 

368 00 Rowland, C, services as steno- 

grapher at 1.66^ per diem... 363 34 
3,754 71 Rushford, B., services as clerk 

at 3.00 per diem 873 00 

250 00 St. John, C. W., accountable... 25 00 

Saunders, A. P., services as 

clerk at 2.33^ per diem 345 33 

379 20 Spanner, Oliver, mounting 

beaver 20 00 

175 00 Stewart, A. M., legal services. 275 00 

Tarling, C, & Co., mounting 

39 72 maps 257 21 

Taxicabs, Ltd., cab hire 8 50 

208 00 T. & N. O. Ry., supplies 50 47 

Toronto Ry. and Steamboat 

Guide, subscription 5 00 

6,415 99 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets... 30 00 

Townsend's Livery, cab hire . . 8 25 

15 50 United Typewriter Co., type- 

writers, 337.50; inspections, 

35 65 181.50; supplies and repairs, 

24.50 543 50 

10 80 White, Aubrey, special ser- 
8 01 vices, 150.00; travelling ex- 
penses, 339.50 489 50 

5 00 Whitson, J. F., travelling ex- 
penses 73 60 

1,774 54 

Advertising ($4,802.14) 

94 50 Canadian Echo 14 85 

50 00 Canadian Courier 100 00 

25 25 Canadian Lumberman 55 69 

57 75 Cobalt Nugget 54 00 

22 16 Cochrane Northland 55 50 

15 00 Collingwood Enterprise 16 50 

61 50 Cornwall Standard 16 50 

45 00 Detroit Free Press 76 18 

128 25 Dryden Observer and Star. ... 11 20 
24 60 Emo Advertiser 53 64 I 

16 50 Englehart Courier 20 52 



1911 12 



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11 






CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS, FORESTS AND MINES,— Continued, 

Advertising.— Continued. 



Fort Frances Times 

Fort William Daily Times- 
Journal 

Gait Reporter 

Gananoque Journal 

Guelph Herald 

Haileyburian 

Hamilton Herald 

Hamilton Spectator 

Kingston Standard 

La Tribuna Canadiena 

Leamington Post 

Lockwood Trade Journal 

London Free Press 

London (England) Times .... 

Miner Pub. Co., 

Minneapolis Tribune 

Monetary Times 

Montreal Standard 

Montreal Star 

New Liskeard Speaker 

New York Paper Trade Journal 

North Bay Despatch and Tri- 
bune 

Ontario Gleaner 

Orangeville Sun 

Orillia Packet 

Ottawa Citizen 

Parry Sound Canadian 

Pembroke German Post 

Pembroke Standard 



88 20 



3 


75 


12 


00 


10 


20 


18 


00 


75 


00 


87 


00 


128 


25 


86 


25 


100 


00 


10 


95 


14 


00 


571 


00 


100 35 


69 


00 


84 


35 


176 


60 


30 


00 


110 


70 


47 


25 


36 


40 


91 


25 


21 


75 


31 


25 


33 


50 


221 


70 


70 


25 


13 


50 


54 


75 I 



Penetang Herald 

Perth Expositor 

Peterboro Times Pub. Co 

Port Arthur News 

Poivassan News 

Renfrew Journal 

Ridgetown Dominion 

Rod and Gun 

St. Joe Herald 

Sault Star 

Sault Evening News 

Shelton News 

Standard Pub. Co 

Steelton News 

Sudbury Star 

Sudbury Mining News 

Sundridge Echo 

Toronto Freemason 

Toronto Globe 

Toronto News 

Toronto Mail and Empire. .. . 
Toronto Pulp and Paper Maga- 
zine 

Toronto Saturday Night 

Toronto Telegram 

Toronto World 

Tweed News 

Webbivood Divisional Journal... 

Westport Mirror 

Winnipeg Telegram 



8 


84 


18 24 


27 


60 


99 


40 


16 


50 


53 


70 


44 


25 


7 


00 


26 


25 


47 


02 


27 


00 


12 


00 


34 


50 


10 


00 


18 


00 


75 


75 


7 


00 


30 


00 


195 


00 


10 


50 


213 


00 


36 


00 


18 


00 


49 


50 


126 


00 


16 


50 


18 


00 


43 


50 


100 


80 



BUREAU OF MINES 

Salaries ($14,541.43) 

Thos. W. Gibson: Twelve months' salary as Deputy Minister 3,600 00 

R. D. Fisher: do Secretary 1,200 00 

W. H. Morris: do Clerk 1,050 00 

R.A.Sinclair: Two do do 166 00 

D. H. Barr: Twelve do do 1,050 00 

W. Lemoine : do do 1,050 00 

A. Moffatt: do do 1,000 00 

A. Burritt: do do 1,C50 00 

A. G. Scovell: do do 950 00 

C. W. St. John: Eleven do do 825 00 

E. Craig: Twelve do Clerk and Stenographer 725 00 

F. McDougall do do 700 00 

J. McNaughton: do Stenographer 700 00 

Helen W. Batchelor: Ten and one-third do 475 43 



Advertising and Pub. Agency, 
advertising 

American Inst, of Mining En- 
gineers, annual dues 

American Tent & Awning Co., 
surveyors' cases and bags... 

Armour & Mickle, legal services 



Contingencies ($9,188.67) 

Art Metropole, Ltd., mounting 
20 00 map 1 00 

Batchelor, H. W., services at 
11 00 1.662/3 per diem 70 01 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
11 50 strument, 45.00; messages, 
25 00 6.75 51 75 



12 



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No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



BUREAU OF MINES.— Continued. 



Blind River Gazette, advtg 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Facts Pub. Co., copies of 
Facts 

Can. Forestry Assn., member- 
ship fees 

Can. Kodak Co., film pack 

Can. Laboratories, analysis of 
metals 

Can. Law Book Co., law book. . 

Can. Legal Pub. Co., law lists. . 

Can. Metal Co., block lead .... 

Can. Mining Institute, dues, 
10.00; copy of transactions, 
1.00 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges. 

C. P. Ry. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 

Chamberlin, J. R. Co., cleaning 
and adjusting typewriter . . . 

Chambers, H., copy of deposi- 
tion 

Chemical Pub. Co., book 

Clary & Buchanan, copy of evi- 
dence 

Cole, A. A., photographic album 

Consolidated Optical Co., needle 
and repairs for compass . . . 

Copp, Clark Co., maps 

Deacon, J. M., registration fees. 

Dom. Express Co., charges.... 

Dom. Photo Supply Co., photo 
supplies 

Doane Bros., cab hire 

Draeger Oxygen App. Co., sup- 
plies 

Edwards, Alice, typewriting... 

Emo Advertiser, advertising . . . 

Englehart Courier, advertising. 

Farnham, M. M., copies of evi- 
dence 

Fort Frances Times, advtg 

Fournier, S., cancellation of 
lease 

Gibson, T. W., trav. expenses... 

Gillespie, C, registration fees.. 

G. T. Ry. System, freight 
charges 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co., tele- 
grams ........... 

Grip Limited, zinc map 

Harcourt, E. H. Co., blank 
books and binding, 184.6$; 
maps, 247.00 

Harris, Laura, copy of evidence 

Heaton's Agency, advertising. . 

Irwin, C. W., brokerage charges 

Jacobson, R., automatic reviv- 
ing apparatus 

Kerr, J. E., photos 



Contingencies.— Continued. 

50 00 King, P. S. & Son, parliament- 

4 75 ary papers 7 11 

King's Printer, distribution, 

6 25 stationery, 1,342.96; paper, 

803.05; maps, 536.00 2,682 01 

1 00 Leitz, E., micrometer, etc. ... 4 96 

7 20 Lewis, Rice & Son, punches... 2 00 

Library Bureau of Can., folders 28 63 

2 00 Linde Air Products Co., oxygen 

7 50 cylinders 43 00 

3 00 Loudon, T. R., report on con- 

2 02 verter Hood Pin 15 75 

McClurg, Dr. J., copy of evi- 
dence 1 50 

11 00 McCurry, P., search re lots 

4 46 Laurier Tp 24 

McFadden, Moses, copy of evi- 

226 74 dence 1 57 

McGraw-Hill Pub. Co., book ... 10 00 

1 00 Mcllroy, S., cartage 1 50 

McKee, T. E., copy of evidence 3 10 

6 00 McMaster, M. H., postage 

4 50 stamps 425 46 

Maher, P., cab hire 4 00 

2 30 Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

15 00 printing 669 34 

Micklethwaite, F. W., photo 

2 75 supplies 9 57 

1,193 54 Miner Pub. Co., advertising 73 50 

48 90 Mines Pub. Co., advertising.... 450 00 

28 15 Munro, J. M., registration fees. 64 50 

National Manufacturers' Co., 

41 book 7 50 

2 25 National Typewriter Co., re- 
pairs to machine 18 30 

30 Nattress Rev. Thos., article and 

I 50 drawing for reports 200 00 

20 25 Newspapers and periodicals, 

25 50 subscriptions 80 21 

Nicolas, F. J., indexing report. 75 00 

12 00 0ffice s P ecialt y Mf S- Co > fit " 

4R on tings and supplies 21 65 

Parry Sound Canadian, advtg.. 30 00 

- n2 Port Arthur News, advertising. 61 50 

Preston, R. E., registration fees 4 00 

7 30 Ramsey, J. G. & Co., photo sup- 

1 42 plies 20 69 

Reading, A. J., lantern slides.. 1 55 

15 Reilly, F. P., books 6 15 

Rolph & 'Clark, maps 555 68 

26 70 Smith, Geo. A., photos ^ 1 60 

2 80 Stevens, H. J., handbook 5 00 

Stewart, Wm. A., rock sections 47 60 

Stone Litho. Co., maps 265 00 

431 68 Students' Book Dept., Univer- 

10 70 sity of Toronto, books 3 55 

101 09 Tarling, C. & Co., mounting 

5 10 maps 100 25 

Thompson, Ahern & Co., broker- 

131 62 age charges 2 94 

22 00 Tomlinson, W. H., rock sections 33 16 



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13 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 
BUREAU OF MINES —Continued. 



Toronto Globe, advertising .... 

Toronto Mail and Empire, ad- 
vertising 

Toronto Saturday Night, adver- 
tising 

Toronto World, advertising . . . 

United Typewriter Co., supplies 



Contingencies.— Continued. 

20 00 University of Chicago Press, 

book 98 

20 00 Ware Bros. Co., books 4 00 

Watts, E. R. & Son, steel tape. 1 50 

330 00 Weg, Max, book 2 06 

75 00 Whitson, J. F., travelling ex- 

11 bO penses 14 45 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. 



Salaries ($26,630.0 ) 



R. P. Fairbairn: Twelve months' salary 
Alfred Sheriff: do 

A. J. Halford: do 

George Hogarth: do 

J. W. Hackner: Six and two-fifths do 



J. A. Michaud: 


Twelve 


do 


F. R. Heakes: 




do 


W. Harland: 




do 


J. G. McLean: 




do 


E. M. Allen: 




do 


H. F. McNaughten: 


do 


J. P. Edwards: 




do 


M. C. O'Donnell: 




do 


M. Norris: 


Three 


do 


M. E. Sauriol: 


Twelve 


do 


M. I. Nolan: 




do 


Frances Wiley: 


Nine 


do 


A. Quigley: 


Three 


do 


Rose Moreau: 


Nine 


do 


Gus Forrester: 


Twelve 


do 


C. Kentleton: 


Five 


do 



as Deputy Minister 

Clerk and Minister's Secretary 

Engineer 

Asst. Engineer 

Second Assist. Engineer 

Engineering Draughtsman .... 

Architect 

Asst. Architect 

Draughtsman 

do 

Secretary, Public Works , 

Accountant 

Clerk 

Clerk and Stenographer 

do do 

do do 

do do 

Clerk of Files 

Clerk and Stenographer , 

Messenger 

Clerk 



3,600 00 

1,900 00 

2,400 00 

1,600 00 

800 00 

1,100 00 

2,800 00 

1,650 O'l 

1,300 00 

1,250 00 

1,500 00 

1,500 00 

1,400 00 

168 00 

687 00 

700 00 

450 00 

150 00 

450 00 

850 00 

375 00 



Contingencies ($15,194.85) 



Allen, E. M., travelling ex- 
penses , 

Art Metropole, Ltd., prints, 
map, tapes, etc 

Bell, J. W., services as clerk 
at 3.00 per diem 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
96.50; rent of instruments, 
125.00 

Bickell, J. W., services as 
chauffeur at 2.50 per diem. . . 

Boilermaker, advertising 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., 
adding machine 

Canadian Express Co., charges 

Can. Facts Pub. Co., copies of 
Facts 

Canada Legal Pub. Co., law lists 

Canada Society of Civil En- 
gineers, membership fees . . . 

Cecil, Lionel, services as 
chauffeur at 2.50 per diem. . . 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 



87 00 

94 33 

225 00 

221 50 



85 
2 


00 
50 


392 

7 


00 
35 


4 
6 


00 
00 


19 


00 


215 


50 


150 


90 



Charron, Bruno, photos 

Copeland-Chatterson Co., ledger 
leaves and binders 

Consolidated Optical Co., repairs 
to transit 

Crawford, Wm, travelling ex- 
penses 

Curry, C. W. & Co., rent of auto 

Davidson, W. D., services as 
clerk and messenger at 2.73 
per diem 

Dies, Chester J., services as 
clerk at 2.00 per diem 

Doane Bros., cab hire 

Dominion Express Co., charges 

Eaton, T., Co., engineers' supplies 

Engineers' News Book Dept., 
book 

Fremantle, A. H. O., photo work 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co., tele- 
grams 

Grinton, C, stamps and sup- 
plies 



8 00 

193 15 

20 00 

340 65 
17 85 

141 96 



58 


00 


31 


75 


7 


45 


54 


50 




75 


13 


50 


88 


31 


33 


95 



14 



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No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 



Contingencies. 

Halford, A. J., travelling ex- 
penses, 403.35; accountable, 
96.65 500 00 

Harcourt, E. H. Co., blank 
books and binding 54 50 

Harland, Wm, travelling ex- 
expenses 557 41 

Heakes, F. R., travelling ex- 
penses, 255.80; accountable, 
.80 256 60 

Hendry, G. M., Co., maps 6 15 

Hogarth, Geo., travelling ex- 
penses 795 97 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 28 28 

Hubertus, Mrs., postage stamps 260 00 

Kentleton, C, services as clerk 
at 2.50 per diem, 457.50; 
travelling expenses, 156.10... 613 60 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 1,389.74; paper, 
.29 1,390 03 

Lougheed, M., services as tele- 
graph operator at 2.00 per 
diem 32130 

Lowe-Martin Co., binders, tabs 

and labels 44 25 

Lurkin Rule Co., repairing tape 43 

McGraw, Hill Book Co., books. 3 00 

Mcllroy, S., cartage 4 00 

McLean, J. G., travelling ex- 
penses 26 25 

Medcalf, D. M., travelling ex- 
penses 619 33 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
printing, 223.63; book, 3.00.. 226 63 

Michaud, J. A., travelling ex- 
penses 66 75 

Moran, T., services as clerk at 
2.00 per diem 188 00 

Moreau, R., services as stenog- 
rapher at 2.00 per diem 6 00 

Murray-Kay, Ltd., suit-case 25 00 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions 136 68 

Ontario Land Surveyors' Assn., 
annual dues 8 00 



-Continued. 

Pennell, E., services as stenog- 
rapher at 2.00 per diem 116 00 

Phillips, J. M., services as 

draughtsman at 3.34 per diem 1,170 20 

Quinlan, Jas., services at 2.00 
per diem 566 00 

Ramsey, J. G. & Co., photo sup- 
plies 2 70 

Reaume, Hon. J. O., travelling 
expenses 300 00 

Russell, E. H., services as 
draughtsman at 4.00 and 4.50 
per diem, 1,348.00; travelling 
expenses, 11.70 1,359 70 

Sault Star, advertising 11 90 

Saxe, D. W., stand for adding 

machine 12 00 

Shelley, F., services as chauff- 
eur, 68.04; supplies, meals, 
etc., 64.07 132 11 

Sheriff, A., travelling expenses 5 05 

Simpson, Wm., photo, for re- 
port 2 00 

Spall, S. J., travelling expenses 125 90 

Stationary Engineers' Board, re- 
newal of certificates 6 00 

Strachan, A., services as clerk 

at 2.00 per diem 60 00 

Taxicabs, Ltd., cab hire 92 30 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets... 146 00 

Toronto Ry. and Steamboat 

Guide, subscriptions 10 00 

Toronto Taxicab & Garage Co., 

auto hire 46 60 

Tyrrell, Wm. & Co., books, 6.50; 

stationery, 4.00 10 EO 

United Typewriter Co., type- 
writer, 112.50; inspections, 
59.00 171 50 

Van Benthuysen, B., services as 

draughtsman at 6.39 per diem 1,833 93 

Vannevar & Co., books 41 40 

Verral, G. W., cab hire 29 00 

Wiley, Frances, services as 

clerk at 2.00 per diem 184 00 

Womersley, Irene, services as 

clerk at 2.00 per diem 102 00 



W. A. McLean: 
M. St. Charles: 
12. Purvis: 
A. W. Gray: 

Arthur Sedgwick: 
G., C. Austin : 



Highways Branch. 

Salaries ($4,766.66) . 

Twelve months' salary as Engineer 1,800 0') 

do Stenographer 700 00 

do do 700 00 

Four do Asst. Engineer 500 00 

Six do Second Asst. Engineer 700 00 

Four do ' Draughtsman e<5»5 «»> 



1911 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



15 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT,— Continued. 



Highways Branch. — Continued. 



American Association for High- 
ways Improvement, annual 
dues 

American Road Builders' Asso- 
ciation, dues 

Art Metropole, slide rule 

Beacock & Co., auto hire 

Bell Telephone Co., messages. . . 

Black, Geo., accguntable 

Burditt, H. W., photos 

Caldwell, Chas., photos 

Cairns, B., stamp 

Can. Express Co., charges 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams... 

Can. Society of Civil Engineers, 
dues 

Cecil, Lionel, trav. expenses, 
7.65; garage supplies and re- 
pairs, 24.15; services as chauf- 
feur at 3.00 per diem, 30.00. . . 

Civic Guild of Toronto, member- 
ship fee 

Cunningham, A. M., photos . . . 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Dominion Patents Dept., patent 
specification 

Eagleson, F. M., blue print .... 

Engineering News, subscription 

Forsyth, W. W., photos 

Galbraith Photo Co., photos .... 

Gill & Long, auto hire 

Gray, A. W., services as assist- 
ant engineer at 4.79 per diem, 
86.26; trav. expenses, 380.92.. 

Gripton, C, stamp and pad 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams 

Hadwen, L. V., auto hire 

Hubertus, Mrs., postage stamps. 



Contingencies ($5,041 45) 

Kennedy, F. L., trav. expenses.. 27 95 
King's Printer, distribution, sta- 

5 00 tionery, 340.14; paper, 1,049.32 1,389 46 

Lee, Wm. H., films 2 40 

4 00 McLean, W. A., trav. expenses. 691 15 

4 50 Map Co., maps 3 00 

22 50 Marshall's Auto Livery, auto 

41 10 hire 30 00 

100 00 Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

6 00 printing, etc 279 36 

3 00 Might Directories, Ltd., press 

I 5 clippings 40 00 

1 20 Newspapers and periodicals, 

1 1^ subscriptions 40 89 

01 or . Ontario Land Surveyors' Assn., 

Z1 Zi> dues 8 00 

Panataker, R. J., photos 8 87 

Permanent International Asso- 
C1 OA ciation of Road Congresses, 
61 80 fees 5 05 

_ AA Potter, Chas., lantern exhibition 11 00 

5 OU 

4 50 Purvis, A. M., services as clerk 

70 at 2.00 per diem 56 00 

Ramsey, J. G. & Co., photo 

2 50 supplies 4 00 

2 oo Reading, A. J., lantern slides... 11 55 

7 00 Sedgwick, Arthur, trav. ex- 
15 oo penses, 546.13; services at 

4 oo 3.84^ per diem, 600.00 1,146 13 

3 75 Still, Wheat & Luker, report, 

diagrams, etc 31 08 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
467 18 tions, 25.00; printing ma- 

2 10 chine, 120.00; typewriter, 

21 88 112.50 257 50 

3 00 Vannevar & Co., books 10 70 

175 00 Webster, J. W., photos 2 50 



G. W. Bennett: 
M. P. Doherty: 
J. H. Bradshaw: 
E. Redican: 
Eva Sauriol: 
C. H. Meader: 



Colonization Roads Branch. 

Salaries ($5,075.00) 

Twelve months' salary as Superintendent , 1,600 00 

do Accountant 1,500 00 

do Clerk 1,100 00 

Six do Stenographer 325 00 

Three * do do 150 00 

Four do Surveyor and Draughtsman . 400 00 



Art Metropole, instruments . . . 
Axford, W. T., services as clerk 

at 2.00 per diem 

Bell Telephone Co., messages. . . 
Bennett, G.--W., trav. expenses, 

185.60; accountable, 364.25... 



Contingencies ($2,843.39) 

4 00 Burroughs Adding Machine Co., 

inspections 4 00 

16 00 Can. Express Co., charges 45 

80 C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams.. 39 42 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 1 05 

549 85 G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams 14 48 



16 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT,— Continued, 



Colonization Roads Branch, — Continued, 



Contingencies.— Continued. 



Gripton, C, stamps and supplies 18 75 
Harcourt, E. H., Co., blank 

books and binding 43 45 

Hill, Jno., cartage 50 

Hubertus, Mrs. M. A., postage 

stamps 255 00 

Kerr, J. T„ photo 1 00 

King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery 478 41 

Kerwan, G., services as clerk at 

2.00 per diem 328 00 

Meader, C. H., trav. expenses, 



318.70; services as surveyor at 

3.84 per diem, 84.48 403 18 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

printing 61 05 

Pennell, E., services as steno- 
grapher at 2.00 per diem 386 00 

Saurioi, Eva, services as steno- 
grapher at 2.00 per diem ... 182 00 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets ... 1 00 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions, 21.00; supplies, 4.00 25 00 

Womersley, I., services as steno- 
grapher at 2.00 per diem 30 00 



Fisheries and Game Branch 

Salaries ($10,655.83) 

E. Tinsley: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,500 00 

W. W. Holden: do Fish and Game Inspector 1,650 00 

A. Hunter: do do do 1,550 00 

H. G. Cox: do Clerk 1,350 00 

K.Campbell: do do 600 00 

A. B. Wallace: do Clerk and Stenographer 700 00 

N. E. Lynch: do do do 650 00 

J. H. Pegg: do Clerk 1,300 00 

W. S. Masson : Six do do 355 83 



Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
104.30; rent of instruments, 
55.00 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., 
ribbon, 1.25; inspections, 12.00 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges. 

Can. Nor. Ry., telegrams 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams. . . 

Can. Pacts Pub. Co., copies of 
Pacts 

Canada Legal Pub. Co., law lists 

Cox, H. G., trav. expenses 

Doane Bros., cab hire 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 

Eaton, T., Co., field glasses 

Gilmore, J., cartage 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams . . . 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., binding 
and blank books 

Hunter, A., trav. expenses .... 

Holden, W. W., trav. expenses. . 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

International Ry. Pub. Co., sub- 
scription to Guide 

King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery, 698.23; paper, 763.47. 

Mcllroy, S., cartage 



Contingencies ($5,393.91) 

McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 900 00 
Masson, W. S., services as clerk 

159 30 at 2.00 per diem 334 00 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
13 25 printing, etc 317 65 

57 46 Monarch Typewriter Co., inspec- 

1 71 tions 7 00 

90 Newspapers and Periodicals, 

103 02 subscriptions 14 00 

North American Pish and Game 

2 00 Protective Assn., annual dues 6 00 

3 00 Reddick, J. W., trav. expenses, 

58 90 3.90; services as clerk at 2.50 

12 50 per day, 728.50 732 40 

182 91 Remington Typewriter Co., in- 

20 25 spections 26 00 

75 Smith, E. A., services as steno- 

51 94 grapher at 2.00 per diem 32 00 

Spanner, Oliver, mounting fish. 21 00 
36 94 Tarling, C, mounting chart ... 50 

376 41 Toronto Ry. & Steamboat Guide, 

292 73 subscription 5 00 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets ... 75 00 

30 44 United Typewriter Co., inspec- 

tions, 12.00; rent of type- 

2 00 writer, 2.50 14 50 

Verral, G. W., cab hire 9 75 

1,461 70 Womersley, I., services as steno- 

1 00 grapher at 2.00 per diem 30 00 






191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



17 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.— Continued, 

Labor Bureau. 

Salaries ($1,530.27) 

R. Edgar: Twelve months' salary as Secretary , 1,500 00 

W. Wood: One-half do Clerk and Stenographer 30 27 



Ackernetch, F. K., services as 

agent at 300.00 per annum . . 
Bampfylde, C. H., services as 

agent at 300.00 per annum. . . 
Canada Customs, duty charges. 
Croome, W. P., services as agent 

at 300.00 per annum 

Dawson Bros., stationery 

Edgar, Robt., trav. expenses, 

70.19; accountable, 49.51 

Ellis, A., services as agent at 

300.00 per annum 

Garner-Young Press, printing 

cards 

Gauthier, I., services as agent 

at 300.00 per annum 

Gripton, C, repairs to stamps.. 
Hahn, C. C, services as agent at 

300.00 per annum 

Hambly Bros., printing forms.. 
Hubertus, Mrs. M., postage 

stamps 

Industrial Banner, advertising. 



Contingencies ($3,883.79) 

International Association, dues, 
172 20 5.00; copies of proceedings, 

10.00 15 00 

300 00 King's Printer, distribution, sta- 

60 tionery 101 88 

Labor Directory, advertising . . 10 00 
300 00 Labor Temple Co., advertising. . 25 00 

2 50 Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

printing 274 93 

119 70 Newspapers and Periodicals, 

subscriptions 6 00 

300 00 Reveille Bros., printing letter 

heads 5 50 

2 00 Toker, E. J., services at 2.50 per 

diem, 785.00; allowance as act- 

300 00 ing secretary, 100.00 885 00 

1 50 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets 2 00 

Walkerville Herald Press, print- 

50 00 ing and stationery 8 00 

26 00 Winterbourne, J., services as 

agent at 300.00 per annum. . . 157 40 

10 00 Wood, W., services as clerk at 

11 25 2.6624 per diem 797 33 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 



C. H. Sproule: 

C. A. Matthews: 
W. N. Douglas: 

D. R. Mackenzie: 
W. A. P. Byrch: 
N. H. Crow: 

W. W. McKinley: 
M. Jacques: 
R. Rennie: 
W. G. Mitchell: 
G. J. L. Jones: 

E. Cosgrove : 
H. C. Phair: 



Salaries ($18,800.00) 

Twelve months' salary as Asst. Treasurer 3,600 00 

do Clerk and Minister's Secretary. . 2,000 00 

do Chief Clerk and Accountant . . . 2,200 00 

do Cashier 1,450 00 

do Clerk 1,300 00 

do do :.. 1,100' 00 

do do l,200i 00 

do do 1,150 00 

do do 1,150 00 

do do 1,050 00 

do do 1,000 0O 

do Clerk and Bank Messenger 900i 00 

do Messenger 700 00 



Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
strument, 22.50; messages, 
7.25 

Bond, Robt., cab hire 

Bradstreet Co., subscription... 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., 
inspections, 24.00; supplies, 

2.50 

2 P.A. 



Contingencies ($5,632.05) 

Callaghan, W. H., services at 

2.33^ per diem 541 33 

29 75 Can. Express Co., charges 29 10 

3 50 Can. Pacts Pub. Co., copies of 

50 00 " Facts " 3 00 

Can. Legal Pub. Co., law lists. . . 6 00 

Can. Northern Express Co., 
26 50 charges l 00 



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No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 
TREASURY DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 



C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams 

Cashier, postage stamps 

Collector of Customs, charges . . 

Davies, W. J., special services re 
moving picture shows 

Doane Bros., cab hire 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Elliott-Fisher, Ltd., inspections, 
24.00; supplies, etc., 11.20 ... 

Geddes, W. A., services at 2.33^ 
per diem 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams . . . 

Gripton, C, stamps and supplies 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., blank 
books and binding 

Harris, Gordon, services at 1.00 
per diem 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Houston's Standard Publica- 
tions, subscription 

Hubertus, Mrs., postage stamps 

International Ry. Guide, sub- 
scription 



Contingencies. — Continued. 

105 04 King's Printer, distribution, sta- 

148 10 tionery 1,968 85 

15 McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 300 00 
Matthews, C. A., expenses re 

100 00 estimates 19 75 

10 00 Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

11 55 printing 188 25 

Monarch Typewriter Co., inspec- 

35 20 tions 8 00 

Newspapers and periodicals, 

144 67 subscriptions 51 50 

10 30 Remington Typewriter Co., in- 

14 50 spections 1 25 

Rogers, N., services at 2. 33^ 

218 96 per diem 640 49 

Thompson, Ahern & Co., broker- 

115 00 age charges 1 75 

Toronto Ry. & Steamboat Guide, 

3 31 subscription 5 00 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets ... 95 00 

3 00 Townsend's Livery, cab hire 2 50 

700 00 United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions, 24.00; supplies, 7.25 31 25 

2 00 Verral, G. W., cab hire 6 50 



Succession Duties Branch. 

Salaries ($9,255.50) 

J. B. MeLeod: Twelve months' salary as Solicitor under Succession Duties 

Act 3,100 00 

R. E. M. Meighen: uu Asst. Solicitor 1,900 00 

J.S.Rowland: do Chief Clerk 1,400 00 

C. J. Agar: do Accountant 1,300 00 

G. McDougall: Three do Stenographer and Filing Clerk.. 162 00 

V. B. Dowdell: Twelve do do do .. 624 00 

G. L. Ronaldson: Nine do Stenographer 414 00 

Geo. J. Bewley: Three do Clerk and Messenger 114 00» 

W. H. Pogue : Seven do do do 241 50 



Alexander, Annie, services as 
stenographer at 2.00 per diem 

Bell Telephone Co., messages. . . 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams... 

Canada Law Book Co., law re- 
ports, 21.00; subscription to 
law journal, 5.00; law books, 
29.30 

Canada Legal Pub. Co., law lists 
and charts 

Carswell Co., forms 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., copies of 
Guide 

Coutlee, L. W., copies of evidence 

Dom. Express Co.', charges .... 

Dooley, A., services as steno- 
grapher at 2.00 per diem .... 

Elliott-Fisher, Ltd., supplies... 



Contingencies ($1,272.90) 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams ... 7 85 

*10 00 Harcourt, E. H., Co., binding... 27 91 

1 40 House Postmaster, unpaid post- 

9 31 age 8 76 

Houston's Standard Publica- 
tions, stock exchange sheets, 
24.00; subscription Financial 

55 30 Record, 6.00 30 00 

Hubertus, Mrs. M., postage 

7 50 stamps 220 00 

12 00 King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery 592 41 

50 Manual of Statistics Co., copy 

22 50 of manual .... ... 5 00 

85 Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

printing , 62 15 

6 00 Newspapers and Periodicals, 
■4 40 subscriptions , 15 00 






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19 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT,— Continued. 

Succession Duties Branch, — Continued. 



Contingencies.— Continued. 



Pogue, fm, services as messen- 
ger at 1.332^ per diem 

Ronaldson, G., services as 
stenographer at 1.75 per diem 



89 99 



15 75 



Taylor, C. F., services as steno- 
grapher at 1.66^3 per diem. . . 58 32 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets 2 00 

United Typewriter Co., repairs. 8 00 



AUDIT OFFICE. 

Salaries ($16,300.00) 

A. J. Rattray: Twelve months' salary as Chief Clerk and Accountant .. 2,150 00 

G. A. Brown: do First-Class Clerk 1,850 00 

C. O. Brimer: do Second-Class do 1,650 00 

T. R. Jennings: do Clerk 1,350 00 

W. A. Glockling: do do 1,25000 

W. H. Hewitt: do do 1,150 00 

F. A. Hicks: do do 1,150 00 

C. G. Gladman: do do 1,100 00 

D.R.Roberts: do do 1,200 00 

J.S.Paul: do do 1,000 00 

J.E.Maclean: do do 900 00 

L.J.Leigh: do do 800 00 

W.J.Crawford: do do 750 00 



Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
strument, 22.50; messages, .95 

Brimer, C. O., trav. expenses... 

Brown, G. A., trav. expenses. . . . 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., 
repairs and supplies, 5.55; in- 
spection, 1.50; on account add- 
ing machine, 400.00 

Callaghan, W. H., services at 
2.33^ per diem 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Clancy, J., trav. expenses 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Geddes, W. A., services at 2.33^ 
per diem 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams 

Gripton, C, stamps, etc 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., blank books 
and binding 

Howarth, A. W., services at 
2.33^ per diem 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 



Contingencies ($2,426.84) 

International Ry. Pub. Co., sub- 

23 45 scription 2 00 

15 15 King's Printer, distribution, sta- 

20 80 tionery 321 98 

Mcllroy, S., cartage 17 50 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

printing 48 88 

407 00 Newspapers and Periodicals, 

subscriptions 16 00 

191 33 O'Reilly, C. E., services at 2.33^ 

1 04 per diem 70 00 

2 70 Stuart, H. J., services at 2.33^ 

2 54 per diem 71 17 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets 17 00 

93 33 Toronto Ry. & Steamboat Guide, 

30 subscription 5 00 

2 80 United Typewriter Co., supplies, 

.50; cleaning machine, 4.00.. 4 50 

182 87 Watson, J. B., services at 2.33^ 

per diem, 229.00; services at 

203 00 2.75 per diem, 442.50 67150 

35 00 



PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT. 

Salaries ($26,183.17) 

S. A. Armstrong: Twelve months' salary as Asst. Secretary 3,600 00 

J. F. C. Ussher: do Deputy Registrar 1,600 00 

L. H. Irving: do Asst, Registrar 1,400 00 

A. E. Semple: do - First-Class Clerk and Minister's 

Secretary , 1,9C0 00 



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No. 1 



ClViL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT —Continued. 



Salaries.— Continued. 



F. V. Johns: Twelve 


months' salary 


J. B. McLachlan: 




do 


E. V. Donnelly: 




do 


E. Jenkinson: 




do 


F. Costello: 




do 


F. French: Six 




do 


J. P. Bickell: Twelve 




do 


M. E. Flanagan: 




do 


A. A. Townley: 




do 


I. L. Hoag: 




do 


Grace E. McCuaig: Six 




do 


E. A. Hinch: Twelve 




do 


Geo. West: Five and one-half 


do 


L. C. Morrow: Twelve 




do 


E. M. Willcocks: 




do 


Ruby Predam: 




do 


A. A. Rogers: 




do 


G. C.F.Meredith: Five and one-half do 


A. L. Jacob: Tweh r e 




do 


W. B. Livett: 




do 


W. F. Lillico: 




do 



as Law Clerk 1,900 00 

First-Class Clerk 1,550 00 

do 1,450 00 

Second-Class Clerk 1,400 00 

do 950 00 

Junior Second-Class Clerk 501 00 

do do 1,000 00 

Clerk 750 00 

do ' 800 00 

do 700 00 

do 325 00 

do 650 00 

do 184 63 

Stenographer 700 00 

do 700 00 

do 700 00 

do 700 00 

Clerk and Stenographer 297 54 

Engrossing Clerk 700 00 

do 900 00 

Messenger and Caretaker 825 00 



Adams Cellboard Co., mailers 
for auto markers 

Armstrong, S. A., trav. expenses 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
228.85; rent of instrument, 
15.00 

Bond, Robert, cab hire 

Brown Bros., albums 

Burroughs, C. K., services as 
clerk at 2.33^ per diem 

Cairns, B., stamp, ink, etc 

Canada Facts Pub. Co., copies of 
" Facts " 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Canadian Transfer Co., cartage. 

C. P. R. Co., freight charges .... 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams . . . 

Canada Law Book Co., books, 
59.75; subscriptions, 27.00 ... 

Canada Legal Pub. Co., law lists 

Can. Waterpress Co., supplies.. 

Carswell Co., subscription, 10.00; 
law books, 13.50 

Central Press Agency, multi- 
graph supplies 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., copies of 
Guide 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 

Dominion Photo Supply Co., 
films 

French, Mrs. C. S., services as 
clerk at 2.33^ per diem 

Galbraith Photo Co., photo sup- 
plies 

Grand & Toy, paper 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams . . . 



Contingencies ($18,926.18) 

Harcourt, E. H., Co. binding and 

115 30 blank books 691 46 

383 85 Hardisty, F., services as clerk 

at 2.33^ per diem 732 66 

Hinch, M. E., services as clerk 

243 85 at 1.66^ per diem 133 33 

41 75 House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
48 50 age 41 27 

Hustwitt, A. S. Co., stationery. 29 50 
112 00 King's Printer, distribution, sta- 

13 80 tionery 1,151 81 

Library Bureau of Canada, 

1 50 guides, cards, etc 26 90 

24 35 Livett, J. C, services as clerk 

80 at 2.33^ per diem 121 33 

50 McClary Mfg. Co., auto markers 1,157 78 

54 8° 

McCuaig, G. E., services as clerk 

sfi __ at 2.331/; per diem 364 00 

?S lj Mclntyre, H. M., postage stamps 300 00 

** 1R McLean Pub. Co., magazines ... 3 00 

McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 1,700 00 
e,^ ,-- McDonald Mfg. Co., auto and 

motor cycle markers 7,143 46 

oo or- Meredith, G. C. F., services as 

66 ** clerk at 1.75 per diem 295 75 

9 nn Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

2 g Ijjj printing, etc 1,576 36 

Might Directories, Ltd., auto 

70 numbers 26 15 

Monarch Typewriter Co., inspec- 

732 67 tions 35 00 

Munson Supply Co., keys 20 00 

11 00 Musson Book Co., stationery, etc. 365 50 

7 50 Newspapers and Periodicals, 

22 47 subscriptions 105 24 



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21 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT,— Continued. 

Contingencies.— Continued. 

Plumb, A. S., services as clerk Toronto Ry. & Steamboat Guide, 

at 2.50 per diem 15 00 subscriptions 15 00 

Poole, Arthur, & Co., law reports 7 50 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets .... 55 00 

Remington Typewriter Co., in- Toronto Stamp & Stencil Works, 

snertions 2^00- rpnairs H^ ?R75 chauffeur badges 4100 

p«£t , i ntri £?«'„ £ £?£; II ll Vannevar & Co., books 29 00 

Rolph & Clark, blank paper .... 62 00 Verral> Q w ^ cab hire 2 00 

Shelley, P., services as clerk at Webb, P., services as chauffeur 2 50 

2.33^ per diem 280 00 West , Geo., services as messen- 

Superior Mfg. Co., chauffeur ger at 1#00 per diem 180 00 

badges 138 85 Williams, R. M., engrossing 1 50 



Automobile Constables ($2,458.69) 



Kavanaugh, W. H., services as 
constable at 2.50 per diem, 
157.50; trav. expenses, 42.12.. 199 62 

La Salle, A., services at 2.50 per 
diem, 155.00; trav. expenses, 
17.50 172 50 

Lavery, E., services at 2.50 per 
diem, 162.50; trav. expenses, 
1.12 163 62 

McConkey, R., services at 2.50 
per diem 150 00 

McDonald, H., services at 2.50 

per diem 162 50 



Patton, Wm., services at 2.50 per 
diem, 150.00; trav. expenses, 
7.00 157 00 

Simpson, Geo., services at 2.50 
per diem, 162.50; trav. ex- 
penses, 42.05 204 55 

Stanley, Jno., services at 2.50 per 
diem, 992.50; trav. expenses, 
39.65 1,032 15 

Whitesides, A., services at 2.50 
per diem, 155.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 61.75 216 75 



Inspection Public Institutions. 



C. R. W. Postlethwaite 
Dr. R.W.Bruce Smith 
E.R.Rogers: 
F. C. Williams: 
W. W. Dunlop: Two 

C. G. Jones: 

F. M. Nicholson: 
I. R. Aikens: 
W. A. Kavanagh: 
F. C. Williams: 
F. French: 
J. O. Anderson: 
W. E. Leng: 

D. Finlayson: 

C. Le Brun: 

D. Finlayson: 
J. J. Tearney: 

E. C. Jury: 

E. C. Fleming: 
A. A. Jordan: 
M. Hedlev: 
Frances Gardiner: 
E. Boyd: 
Pauline Patton: 
W. Murdoch: 
E. R. Boggis: 
V. V. Gale: 



Salaries ($31,957.89) 

: Nine months' salary as Inspector of Asylums 1,950 00 

: Twelve do do . Hospitals and Charities 2,600 00 

do do Asylums and Prisons. 2,800 00 

Five do Chief Accountant 646 00 

and one-half do do 259 81 

Twelve do Law Clerk 1,900 00 

do First-Class Clerk 1,550 00 

do do 1,600 00 

do do 1,600 00 

S'even do do 904 00 

Four do do 433 00 

Twelve do do 1,400 00 

Eight do do 900 00 

Three do do 312 50 

Twelve do Second-Class Clerk 1,150 00 

Nine do do 900 00 

Two do do 184 25 

Twelve do Clerk 950 00 

do do 900 00 

do do 650 00 

do do 700 00 

do do 550 00 

do do and Stenogranher 700 00 

do do do TOO 00 

do do do 700 00 

do do. do 650 00 

do do . do 650 00 



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No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT,— Continued. 



Inspection Public Institutions, — Continued, 



Salaries.— Continued. 

Florence Duncan: Twelve months' salary as Clerk and Stenographer 
K. Osborne: Eight and one-half do do do 

Gladys E. Robertson: Twelve do do do 

Chas. Hill: do Messenger 

S. E. Todd: Seven do Farm Director 



Contingencies ($12,992.57) 



Aikens, I. R., trav. expenses 

Art Metropole, reading glass . . . 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
struments, 74.50; messages. 
218.70 

Blea, Wm., services at 2.33^ per 
diem 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., 
supplies, 2.50; inspections, 
12.00 

Cairns, B., stamps and supplies. 

Can. Customs, duty charges . . . 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Fairbanks Co., scales 

Can. Legal Pub. Co., law lists 
and legal chart 

Can. Medical Association, mem- 
bership fee 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams 

Carmichael, J. A., services at 
2.90 per diem 

Carswell Co., law book 

Charleson, M. M., services at 
3.85 per diem 

Chase, Dr. Harvey, trav. ex- 
penses 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., copies of 
Guide 

Doane Bros., cab hire 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 

Dunlop, W. W., services 6.39 per 
diem, 108.63; trav. expenses, 
47.80 

Elliott, Walter, surveys and 
plans of Elliott farm 

Findlayson, D., trav. expenses. . 

Fleming, E. C, trav. expenses. . 

Forster, Dr. J. M., trav. ex- 
penses 

French, F. W., trav. expenses. . . 

Grand & Toy, stationery 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams . . . 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., blank 
books and binding 

Hartz, J. F., Co., chemicals .... 

Haskayne, Edna, services at 2.00 
per diem 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hubertus, Mrs., postage stamps. 



46 55 
2 75 



293 20 
396 66 



14 50 
6 85 

3 50 
17 32 

4 20 

4 50 

5 00 
33 83 

603 20 

6 50 

1,208 90 

6 90 

50 

7 00 
14 05 



156 43 



10 


00 


8 


50 


50 


49 


8 


10 


162 


40 


15 


25 


10 


60 


255 


58 


1 


80 


36 


00 


12 


04 


,850 


00 



Ingram & Bell, book 

Jones, C. G., trav. expenses 

King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery, 774.62; paper, 244.64 

Lewis, Rice, & Son, compass 

Library Bureau of Can., office 
supplies 

Lonergan, Jas., services at 2.90 
per diem 

Long, W., stationery 

Mcllroy, S., cartage 

McKenzie, W. W., services at 
2.33^ per diem .' 

McMillan, J. H., messenger's 
wheel 

McPhail, O., services at 2.08 per 
diem 

MacMillan Co., book 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
printing, 761.07; books, 125.26 

Monarch Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions , . . 

Munson Supply Co., typewriter 
keys 

Musson Book Co., diaries, sta- 
tionery, etc 

Nat. Conference of Charities and 
Correction, annual dues 

Newspapers and Periodicals, 
subscriptions 

Nicholson, F. M., trav. expenses 

Plumb, A. S., services at 2.50 
per diem 

Postlethwaite, C, accountable 
warrant 

Potter, Chas., thermometer 

Remington Typewriter Co., in- 
spection 

Rogers, E. R., trav. expenses . . . 

Ross, Dr. W. K., trav. expenses. 

Simpson, Robt., Co., stool 

Smith, Dr. R. W. Bruce, trav. ex- 
penses 

Tarling, C, & Co., mounting 
maps 

Tearney, J. J., services at 3.00 
per diem 

Todd, S. E., trav. expenses 



650 00 
460 00 
650 00 
500 00 
1,458 33 



2 00 

33 75 

1,019 26 

1 76 

91 95 

910 60 
50 
50 

280 00 

35 00 

135 20 

1 50 

886 33 

48 00 

24 00 

183 14 

2 50 

60 78 

17 65 

390 00 

400 00 

1 00 

36 00 
295 75 

57 30 

4 00 

551 60 

8 00 

519 00 

677 45 






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23 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT,— Continued. 



Inspection Public Institutions.— Continued. 



Contingencies.— Continued. 



Toronto Ry. & Steamboat Guide, 

subscription 5 00 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets 125 00 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions 12 00 

Vannevar & Co., books 8 50 

Williams, P. C, trav. expenses. 70 80 



Willoughby, G. M., services at 
2.33^ per diem, 112.00; trav. 

expenses, 2.25 114 25 

Young, Dr. F. H., trav. expenses 48 40 
Young, P. St. B., services at 2.50 • 
per diem 681 00 



Special Investigations ($4,857.85) 



Jackson, J. W., trav. expenses, 
293.37; services at 3.25 per 
diem, 1,020.50 1,313 87 

Peacock, R. A., trav. expenses, 
520.18; services at 3.25 per 



diem, 1,020.50 *.... 1,540 68 

Shaw, J. Morgan, trav. expenses, 
932.80; accountable warrant, 
50.00; services at 3.25 per 
diem, 1,020.50 2,003 30 



Deportation of Undesirable Immigrants ($184.24) 



Corcoran, Jas., expenses re Alice 
Cartwright, 14.00; Fred Rooke, 
22.50; A. Range, 10.00 

Dom. Dept. of Interior, expenses 
re Marsden family, 31.84; A. 
W. Stephson, 11.50; Annie 



Laird, 28.33; E. Wood, 13.57. 85 24 
Pearlman, Max, services as in- 

46 50 terpreter \ . . 50 00 

Walsh Storage and Cartage Co., 

storage of trunks, etc 2 50 



License Branch. 

Salaries ($12,395.50) 

Eudo Saunders: Twelve months' salary as Chief Officer 3,000 00 

J. W. Gordon: do Provincial Inspector 2,000 00 

J. F. Mowat: do First-^lass Clerk 2,050 00 

S. J. Crosby : do Second-Class Clerk 1,300 00 

W. S'ailsburv: do do do 1,150 00 

W. J. Savage: do Junior Second-Class Clerk 1,100 00 

Tura Moore: do Clerk and Stenographer 700 00 

E. C. Hoag: do do do 700 00 

F. C. Clarke: Nine and one-half do Clerk and Messenger 395 50 



Bell Telephone Co.. messages . . 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Facts Pub. Co., copies of 
" Facts " 

Canada Law Book Co., law jour- 
nal 

Canada Legal Pub. Co., legal 
charts 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams 

Carswell Co., subscription to 
Weekly Reporter and law 
books 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., copies of 
Guide 

Clark, F. C, services as clerk at 
1.66^ per diem 



Contingencies ($1,894.93) 

25 55 Clark, Canadian Co., stencil sup- 

12 39 plies 4 00 

Dom. Express Co., charsres 25 55 

1 00 Gordon, J. W., trav. expenses, 

620.40; accountable, 178.35... 798 75 

5 00 G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams 2 93 

Gripton," C, stamp and repairs 2 50 
4 50 Harcourt, E. H., Co., binding and 

18 27 blank books 59 54 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 6 26 

18 25 Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 100 00 
King's Printer, distribution, sta- 

50 tionery 384 58 

Lyons Mfg. Co., flashlight 1 10 

93 34 Mcllroy, S., cartage 50 



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No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 






PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.— Continued, 
License Branch, — Continued. 

Contingencies.— Continued. 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, Remington Typewriter Co., in- 
printing, etc 101 17 spections, 8.00; supplies, 2.25. 10 25 

Monarch Typewriter Co., inspec- Robinson & Heath, duty and ex- 

tions, 8.00; typewriter, 112.50 120 50 press charges 15 50 

Newspapers and Periodicals, Taylor Instrument Co., ebullio- 

subscriptions 19 00 scopes 56 00 

Poole, A., & Co., law book 3 00 Toronto Ry. & Steamboat Guide, 

subscription 5 00 

Registrar General's Branch. 

Salaries ($17,316.85) 

J. W. S. McCullough: Twelve months' salary as Deputy Registrar-General and 

Secretary, Board of Health 3,400 00 

S. J. Manchester: do Chief Clerk 1,400 00 

J. McGill Ridley: do Second-Class Clerk 1,250 00 

C. S. Horrocks: do do 1,250 00 

T. K. Rogers: Five do , do 455 00 

Henry Barron: Twelve do do 1,079 17 

Frank Jones: do do 1,000 00 

E.G.Smith: do do 1,050 00 

W. Flint Jones: do do 1,150 00 

G.W.Jones: do do 1,100 00 

J. H. Latimer: do do 966 67 

G. E. H. Johnston : Six and two-thirds do do 466 66 

A. E. Belcher: Twelve do do 1,000 00 

M. Ryan: do Junior Second-Class Clerk ... 525 00 

H. J. Scobie: do Stenographer 700 00 

G.E.H. Johnston: Five and one-third do Messenger 29167 

O. G. Clarke: Four and one-half do do 232 68 



Bell Telephone Co., messages.. 

Cairns, B., ribbon 

Canada Customs, duty charges. 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams. . . 

Clappe, M., services as steno- 
grapher at 1.66^ per diem. . . 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 

Elliott-Fisher Co., inspection, 
1.00; repairs, 17.40 

French, D., services as messen- 
ger 

Harcourt, F/. H., Co., binding and 
blank books 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Kernahan, J., services at 1. 662/3 
per diem 

King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery 

McCullough, Dr. J. W. S., trav. 
expenses 

McMaster, M., postage stamps.. 

McMurchy, Dr. Helen, report on 
infant mortality 



Contingencies ($5,492.84) 

90 Manchester, S. J., trav. expenses 56 05 
1 00 Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

1 80 printing, etc. 765 45 

44 Miller, R. S., services at 2.33^ 

per diem 158 68 

123 32 Monarch Typewriter Co., inspec- 

65 tions 28 00 

Musson Book Co., stationery. . . 91 87 
18 40 Remington Typewriter Co., in- 
spections 12 00 

28 00 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets ... 5 00 
United Typewriter Co., inspec- 

468 07 tions, 12.00; supplies, 2.50... 14 50 
"Ward, A., services at 1. 662/3 per 

3 66 diem 538 38 

District Registrars' fees: — 

215 00 Clark, S 5 40 

Crann, G. R 3 80 

1,683 20 Deacon, F 2 80 

Devenny, J. A., 23 20 

734 67 Fletcher, Mrs. P. S 12 00 

312 00 Gauthier, D., 2 00 

Guerin, Jas 11 20 

61 00 Guy, H. C 2 40 






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CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 



25 



Registrar General's Branch.— Continued, 

Contingencies.— Continued. 



Haight, H. L. ... 
Herbert, F. A. ... 

Hoath, R. J 

Jeffkihs, J 

Jordan, Mrs. Wm. 
Kelsey, E. H. ... 

Lafrance, O 

McAuley, A 



35 00 Orvis, A. L 

1 60 Paisley, S 

2 20 Reid, Geo 

1 40 Rumley, J. J 

4 60 Ramsey, Wm 

10 20 Stevens, A 

8 00 Walford, Mrs. A. G. 

1 00 Warnidge, C. ...... 



8 80 
4 00 
6 00 



Adam Wright: 

D. B. Bentley: 

H. R. Casgrain: 

Geo. Clinton: 

Thos. E. Kaiser. 

W. H. Howey: 

P. J. Maloney: 

A. A. Weagant: 

Jas. Roberts: 

J. W. S. McCullough: 

R. W. Bell: 

J. A. Amyot: 

H. M. Lancaster: 
G. B. Lindsay: 
Geo. J. Wanless: 
M. Power: 
J. Benning: 
O. M. Lindsay: 
Wm. Fenton: 
Geo. E. Young: 
R. N. Tripp: 



PROVINCIAL BOARD OF HEALTH. 

Salaries ($15,500.00) 

Twelve months' salary as Chairman 700 CO 

Eight do Member of Board 200 00 

Four do do 100 00 

Eight do do 200 00 

Four do do 100 00 

Twelve do do 300 00 

Eight do do 200' 00 

Four do do 100 00 

Twelve do do 300 00 

do do 300 00 

do Medical Inspector 2,50>0 00 

do Provincial Analyst in Charge 

of Laboratory 2,500 00 

do Provincial Chemist '. 1,500 00 

do Chief Clerk 1,300 00 

do Clerk 900 00 

do Second-Class Clerk 700 00 

do Stenographer 700 00 

do do 600 00 

do Laboratory Clerk 700 00 

do Sanitary Inspector 1,200 00 

Eight do Assistant Chemist 400 00 



Academy of Medicine, annual 
dues 

Addressograph Co., supplies . . . 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., stove, 
tools, etc 

American Assn. for the Study 
and Prevention of Infant Mor- 
tality, annual dues 

American Public Health Assn., 
books, 52.00; membership 
fees, 5.00 

American School of Hygiene 
Assn., annual dues 

Amsden, Mrs., cleaning 

Amyot, Dr. J. A., travelling ex- 
penses 

Art Metropole, supplies 

Baird & Tatlock, laboratory 
supplies 



Contingencies ($7,999.97) 

Balmoral Auto Livery, auto 

20 00 hire 2 00 

25 Beaver Flint Glass Co., culture 

tubes, etc 81 62 

84 40 Bell Telephone Co., messages, 

50.50; rent of instruments, 

60.00 110 50 

3 00 Bell > Dr - R - W., travelling ex- 
penses 503 07 

Bentley, Dr. D. B., travelling 

57 qq expenses 72 95 

Brady, Mrs. A. B., laundrying. 63 80 

Britnell, A., books 27 25 

3 00 Brown, Dr. C. P., services at 

10 00 6I.331/3 per month 184 00 

Canadian Express Co., charges. 48 36 
303 90 Canada Facts Pub. Co., copies 

19 67 of Facts 2 50 

Canada Protective MedicalAssn., 
181 96 fees 3 00 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL [GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 



Provincial Board of Health. — Continued. 



Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 

Can. Public Health Assn., mem- 
bership fees 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 

Casgrain, Dr. H. R., travelling 
expenses 

Central Press Agency, wood 
cuts 

Clinton, Dr. Gteo., travelling 
expenses 

Conference of State and Provin- 
cial Board of Health, dues. . . 

Consumers' Gas Co., gas 

Cuthbert, S., services as mes- 
senger at 1.25 per diem 

Dallyn, F. A., travelling ex- 
penses 

Diamond Flint Glass Co., bot- 
tles 

Dominion Express Co., charges 

Dom. Transport Co., charges... 

Eaton, T. Co., sheets 

Freyseng Cork Co., tapers 

Gerhard, Paul, books 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co., tele- 
grams 

Harcourt, E. H. Co., binding 
and blank books 

Hartz, J. F. Co., medical books, 
surgical instruments, drugs, 
etc 

Hendry, Geo. M. Co., map 

Hill, Jno., cartage 

Howey, Dr. W. H., travelling ex- 
penses 

Ingram & Bell, books and chem- 
icals 

International Ry. Pub. Co., sub- 
scription to Guide 

Irwin, C. W., brokerage 
charges 

Jones, E. H., services at 2.33^ 
per diem 

Julian Sale Leather Goods Co., 
case 

Kaiser, Dr. T. E., travelling ex- 
penses 

King's Printer, distribution, 
paper, 113.88; stationery, 
608.27 

Lake Simcoe Ice Co., ice 

Lancaster, H. M., travelling ex- 
penses 

Lewis, H. R., books 

Library Bureau of Can., box.. 
Lippincott, J. B. & Co., books. 
Lyman Bros. & Co., chemicals. 



Contingencies.— Continued. 

95 McGillian, Jno., food for ani- 
mals 64 25 

3 00 Mcllroy, S., cartage 7 00 

McMaster, M. H., postcards and 

55 48 stamps 167 00 

MacMillan Co., books 4 25 

24 95 Maloney, Dr. P. J., travelling 

expenses 79 35 

1 00 MacMurchy, Dr. Helen, prepar- 
ing pamphlet 25 00 

58 go Massachusetts Institute of 

Technology, book 1 00 

10 0Q Meech, Geo., meat for animals 22 04 

21 AA Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

books, 2.50; printing, 319.75. 322 25 
115 00 Micklethwaite, F. W., photo 

supplies 82 

27 20 Might Directories, Ltd., list of 
undertakers 5 00 

37 5q Monarch Typewriter Co., in- 

g 5 g spections 9 00 

5 84 Morrison, H., services at 2.33^ 

5 04 per diem, 408.00; services at 

18 38 3.00 per diem, 474.00 

r on Moving Picture World, hand- 

b dy book 1 50 

Musson Book Co., stationery.. 135 06 
^ 4 ' 6 Newspapers and periodicals, 

QQ 9Q subscriptions 76 56 

Parke, Davies & Co., culture 

media 66 88 

Remington Typewriter Co., in- 
1,104 30 spections 4 00 

4 00 Rawlinson, M., Ltd., cartage .. 89 35 
25 Richard Bros., tank 4 50 

Roberts, Dr. J., travelling ex- 

112 50 penses 53 90 

Schofield, Dr. F. M., services at 

48 99 104.12i/ 2 per month 416 50 

Shuttleworth Chem. Co., tablets 7 25 

2 00 Smith, Dr. J. R., services at 
50.00 per month 400 00 

25 Staughton, W., food for ani- 
mals 37 51 

28 00 Stewart, Dr. C, services at 
32.91% per month 197 50 

4 50 Stewart, Jas., slide holders... 50 00 

Students' Book Dept., Toronto 

7 80 University, books 139 10 

Thompson, Ahern & Co., brok- 
erage charges 75 

722 15 Toronto Board of Trade, annual 

60 00 dues 12 00 

Toronto, City of, water 3 02 

44 90 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets.. 45 00 

1 71 Toronto University, feeding 

45 animals 90 02 

4 50 Tyrrell, Wm. & Co., books, 
1137 2.00; cards, 2.00 4 00 



191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.— Continued, 

Provincial Board of Health.— Continued. 



27 



United Typewriter -Co., in- 
spections, 24.00; supplies, 
5.00 

Vannevar & Co., books 

Verral, G. W., cab hire 

Weagant, Dr. A. A., travelling 
expenses 



Contingencies.— Continued. 

Williams, C. B., lumber 58 26 

Wood, W. L., chemicals 1 36 

29 00 Wright, Dr. A. H., travelling 

6 00 expenses 34 85 

9 00 Wrought Iron Range Co., boil- 
ers, etc 18 85 

23 55 



D. B. Bentley: 
Geo. Clinton: 
W. E. George: 
D. A. McClenahan 
T. J. McNally: 
P. J. Maloney: 
R. E. Wodehouse: 



District Officers of Health. 
Salaries ($4,375.00) 

Three months' salary as District Officer 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 



American Journal of Public 
Health, membership fees .... 

Bentley, Dr. D. B., travelling 
expenses 

Can. Public Health Assce., 
membership fees 

Clinton, Dr. Geo., travelling ex- 
penses 

George, Dr. W. E., travelling 
expenses 

Hartz, J. F. Co., apparatus .... 

Ingram & Bell, apparatus .... 

International Congress of Hy- 
giene and Demography, mem- 



Expenses ($3,460.50) 



30 


00 


452 


05 


23 


00 


461 


06 


251 


11 


62 


75 


6 


46 



625 


00 


625 


00 


625 


00 


625 


00 


625 


00 


625 


00 


625 


00 


35 


00 


14 


40 


446 


58 


436 


31 



bership fees 

Lock, C. E., photo supplies . . . 

McClenahan, Dr. D. A., travel- 
ling expenses 

McNally, Dr. T. J., travelling 
expenses 

Maloney, Dr. P. J., travelling 
expenses 421 13 

Toronto University, medical 
fe.es 140 00 

Vannevar & Co., books 31 00 

Wodehouse, Dr. R. E., travelling 

expenses 640 65 



Sewage and Water Investigations ($6,717.06) 



American Water Softener Co., 
filter equipment 

Art Metropole, Ltd., supplies... 

Bedeau, C, welding pump 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
.60; rent of instruments, 
37.50 

Benson, W. H., plumbing, pipe 
castings, etc 

Burns, P. & Co., coal 

Can. Genl. Electric Co., sup- 
plies 

Can. H. W. Johns-Manville Co., 
packing 

Canadian Express Co., charges 

Central Elect. & School Supply 
Co., supplies 

Colville, W. K. & Son, cartage. . 



250 00 
11 96' 
40 00 



38 10 

177 15 

234 75 

93 98 

1 13 
5 10 

1 50 
14 25 



Consumers' Gas Co., gas 

Dalley, Wm., cartage 

Dallyn, P. A., travelling ex- 
penses, 210.45; services at 
3.831/5 per diem, 1,089.26 

De Laporte, A. V., services at 
2.30 per diem 

Franco Can. Welding Co., weld- 
ing pump casting 

G. T. Ry. Co., charges 

Hamilton Gear & Machine Co., 
gears 

Haines, G. W., services at 2.00 
per diem 

Hartz, J. F., Co., glass slides... 

Heffering, H., services at 2.00 
per diem 



68 


18 


1 


00 


299 


71 


301 


30 


20 


00 


23 


80 


7 


60 


628 


00 


70 


00 



260 00 



28 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT —Continued. 

Provincial Board of Health. — Continued. 



Sewage and Water Investigations.— Continued. 



Hendrie & Co., freight and 
cartage 

Hill, Jno., cartage 

Ingram & Bell, flasks 

Ivory, Jas., plumbing and re- 
pairs 

Jones & Moore Elect. Co., sup- 
plies 

Knox & Paterson, brackets, 
clamps and repairs 

Lake Simcoe Ice Co., ice 

LeWorty, Geo. E., repairs 

Long, A. E., boxes 

Lucas, H., experimental appar- 
atus 

Milligan, G. L., services at 2.00 
per diem 

Morrison, J., Brass Mfg. Co., 
filtration plant, 368.00; cast- 
ings, valves, etc., 68.19 

Norcross & Edmunds, filter 
sand 

Northern Elec. & Mfg. Co., sup- 
plies 

Ont. Wind & Engine Co., cy- 
press tank 



6 
3 


24 
25 
50 


160 81 


81 


77 


6 

2 

3 

64 


30 
70 
00 
09 


81 


00 


260 


00 


436 


19 


13 


68 


3 


00 


68 


00 



Orpen & Co., work and material 
on plant 77 98 

Potter, Chas., chemical ther- 
mometer 9 00 

Rawlinson, M., cartage '. . 11 L5 

Rice Lewis & Son, Ltd., sup- 
plies 

Robinson & Heath, duty and 
brokerage charges 

Shepherd & Son, moving tank, 
etc 

Thompson, T., oak tubs and 
tank 

Thompson, Ahern & Co., duty 
and brokerage charges 

Topley & Co., repairing instru- 
ment 

Toronto, City of, water, 281.54; 
arrears experimental station 
1911, 1,001.33 

Toronto Elec. Light Co., light 
and supplies, 77.74; power, 
87.09 

Union Paper Co., mailing cases 

Williams, C. B„ lumber 

Young & Co., lumber, carpen- 
tering, etc 97 11 



' 3 30 
77 00 

124 50 
23 00 

21 15 
9 38 

1,282 87 



164 83 
59 15 
18 50 



Tuberculosis Exhibit ($4,700.56) 



Acton, M., doll dresses 2 00 

Art Metropole, mounting post- 
ers 

Bailey, Howard, cartage 

Barker, E. M., water color pic- 
tures and cards 

Bennett & Abbott, cartage 

Booth-Coulter Copper & Brass 
Co., extinguishers 

Bond Bros., atomizer 

Burman, Wm, installing elee- 
tric service 

Can. Electric Co., socket 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. National Exh., Electric 
Dept., supplies 

Can. Northern Express Co., 
charges 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges. 

City Storage Co., cartage 

Consumers' Gas Co, gas 

Cox & Andrews, signs 

Davis, Caroline, services at 
Dental College 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . . 

Eaton, T. Co., Ltd., supplies . . 

Electrical Supply Co., electric 
wire 4 50 



13 


80 


8 


00 


20 


50 


26 


50 


11 


00 


2 


00 


6 


00 


1 


00 


907 


15 


66 


80 


96 


43 


28 


17 


1 


15 


5 


85 


17 


50 


2 


00 


110 


63 


351 


38 



Fletcher Mfg. Co., asbestos 

Fryer, A. J., photos 

Galbraith Photo Co., copying 
pictures 

General Film Co., moving pic- 
ture film 

Harris, Mrs., doll house furni- 
ture 

Harris, E., paints, oil, etc 

Henderson, Mrs. M., photo of 
exhibit 

Hern, Gertrude, services at 
Dental College 

Hero Engineering Co., repairing 
models 

Irwin, C. W., brokerage, etc... 

Johnston, W. T. & Co., sheet 
posters 

Jones, Mrs. G., doll dresses . . . 

Jones, E. H., services as 
attendant at 2.33 y 3 per diem, 
704.67; travelling expenses, 
715.27 

Jones, G. W., extra services, 
88.50; travelling expenses, 
46.65 

Lewis, Rice & Son, hardware, 
etc 



2 


75 
50 


55 


00 


50 


00 


1 

8 


70 
35 


6 


00 


2 


00 


1 
17 


50 
51 


20 
4 


00 
00 



1,419 94 

135 15 
20 11 



191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



29 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT,— Continued. 

Provincial Board of Health.— Continued. 



Tuberculosis Exhibit.— Continued. 



McKay, C. W., photos 1 00 

McMurchy, Dr. Helen, services 
re exhibit 30 00 

McKenzie & Co., prints, 28.15; 

framing photos, 2.00 30 15 

Mitchell, W. A., hardware sup- 
plies 1 00 

Motor House, changing tires 
and cleaning auto 2 00 

Moving Picture World, hand- 
book 1 50 

National Elec. Heating Co., 
disc 5 00 

Newman Electric Co., supplies. 1 00 

Nor. Navigation Co., Ltd., tele- 
grams 1 78 

Parkdale Garage, gasoline and 
oil 12 15 

Petersen, A., estate of, picture 4 20 

Phillips, C, services at 2.00 per 
diem 4 00 



Potter, Chas., carbons, films, 

lens, etc 

Queen City Glass Co., glass.... 

Rawlinson, M., cartage 

Sandwich, Windsor & Amherst- 

burg Ry. Co., freight charges 
Stone & Forsyth, motto frames 
Toronto Board of Education, 

exhibit cards 

Toronto Hydro-Elec. System, 

light 

Townsend, Saml., photos 

Treasurer of Ontario, moving 

picture license 

Turner, J. J. & Sons, cards, 

tent, signs, etc 

U. S. Blue Print Paper Co., 

prints 

Wesley, G. C, cartage 

Williams, C. B., lumber 

World Baggage & Dray Co., 

cartage 



509 
15 
11 


60 
53 
50 


16 
24 


00 
00 


100 


00 


1 

16 


80 

50 


22 


00 


406 


50 


16 

7 

23 


17 
00 
06 



10 25 



Public Health Exhibit ($1,324.40) 



Aikenhead Hardware Co., wire 
screen 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
strument 

Bryson, R./ services at 2.00 per 
diem 

Cox & Andrews, signs 

Dominion Express Co., charges 

Dyer, R., carpentering and 
material 

Eaton, T. Co., dolls, time and 
material re exhibit 

Galbraith Photo Co., lantern 
slides 

General Film Co., prints 

Hartz, J. F. Co., chemicals 

Kerby, R., painting 

Kleine, G., motion films and pic- 
ture 

Lancey, M., services at 1.00 per 
diem 

Library Bureau, chairs and 
desks 

McCullough & Co., repairing 



30 


00 


22 

76 

473 


00 

30 

92 


240 


50 


50 


S3 


1 

120 
3 
5 


20 

00 

75 
00 


52 


00 


5 


00 


12 


00 



banners and mounting dolls. 

McCullough, J., services at 2.00 
per diem 

McLaughlin Carriage Co., auto 
supplies 

Motor Car Supply Co., gaso- 
line 

Ontario May-Oatway Fire 
Alarms, Ltd., fire extinguish- 
er 

Parkdale Garage, auto supplies 

Parkdale Press, show cards... 

Potter, J., electric carbons and 
wire 

Queen City Glass Co., glass... 

Rawlinson, M., cartage 

Shepherd & Son, fitting up 
tables 

Stout, W., services at 1.00 per 
diem 

Strong, C, services as nurse.. 

Thompson, Ahern & Co., duty 
and brokerage charges 



40 00 

24 00 

3 25 

1 75 



7 75 
13 10 

8 00 

4 90 

53 

50 30 

2 75 

6 00 
50 00 

12 83 



Outbreak of Diseases ($2. "46 7 4^ 



Brown, Dr. W. E., medical ser- 
vices 12 00 

Butcher, N. R. & Co., reporting 
and transcript of proceedings 
re typhoid 129 85 



Campbell, Dr. K., services re 

diphtheria 108 00 

Christie, Dr. J. D., services re 

smallpox 735 

Cuillerier, Chas., supplies 7 18 



30 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT,— Continued. 

Provincial Board of Health. — Continued. 



Outbreak of Diseases.— Continued. 



Ferguson, Jno., rent of hall.. 

Hall, Dr. W. H., travelling ex- 
penses 

Hand, Dr. W. T., services re 
smallpox 

Jamiesoii, W., cleaning re small- 
pox 

Jones, Dr. J. P., medical ser- 
vices 

McArthur, W., cleaning re 
smallpox 

McCourt, J. C, supplies 

McElroy, Root, meals for 
guard 

McLean, H. A., witness fees... 

Mulvaney, N., services at 2.00 
per diem 

Nasmith, Dr. G. G., witness fee 
as expert, 25.00; travelling 
expenses, 14.60 



14 


00 


14 


40 


93 


75 


11 


50 


53 


00 


5 

34 


00 

13 


1 

4 


50 
00 


40 


00 


39 


60 



New York City Dept. of Health, 
serum treatment for rabies. 

Parker, H. C, services at 3.00 
per diem, 111.00; travelling 
expenses, 118.35 

Pipe & Presley, blankets, tents, 
etc., re smallpox 

Richardson, S. J., meals tor 
guard 

Sarnia Observer, advertising re 
typhoid 

See, Chas. A., chemicals 

Superior Construction Co., ex- 
penses re diphtheria 

Thessalon Lumber Co., sup- 
plies re diphtheria 

Thibeau, Louis, interment 

Thompson, W. J., witness fee. 

Van Norman, F., livery hire.. 

Young, G. E., travelling ex- 
penses 



1,100 00 



229 35 

34 93 

43 50 

2 40 
11 25 

103 60 

37 61 

7 84 
1 00 

7 00 

693 00 



Neglected Children's Branch. 

Salaries ($8,690.32) 

J. J. Kelso: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent and Inspector .. 2,400 00 

Wm. O'Connor: do Inspector 1,750 00 

L. J. Harvie: One do Children's Visitor 62 00 

J. Kirk: Ten do do 604 42 

J. A. Blakey: Twelve: do Secretary and Accountant 1,250 00 

L. McMahon: do Clerk 750 00 

M. Wingate: do do 700 00 

Ethel Crowther: Three do Stenographer 150 00 

M. B. Finley : Five and two-thirds do do 282 11 

F. Rhind: Twelve do do 500 00 

V.Ciarscadden: Five and two-thirds do Clerk 241 79 

Contingencies ($2,985.46) 






Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
strument, 28.50; messages, 
20.05 

Blakey, J. A., travelling ex- 
penses 

Burnett, A. H., pliotos 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Facts Pub. Co., copies of 
Facts 

Carscadden, V., services at 1.50 
per diem 276 16 

Charities Publication Commit- 
tee, handbook 

C. P. Ry. Co.'s Telegraph, 
telegrams 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . . 

Forbes & Co., books 

Globe Printing Co., electros . . 



48 55 

27 70 

25 00 

7 40 

1 50 



3 50 

11 09 

23 90 

2 00 

60 



G. N. W. Telegraph Co., tele- 
grams 

Harcourt, E. H. Co., Ltd., bind- 
ing 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Howard, C. H., photos 

Hubertus, Mrs., postage stamps 

Julian Sale Leather Goods Co., 
stereopticon case 

Kelso, J. J., trav. expenses... 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 420.97; paper, 
210.63 

Kirk, J., services at 1.48 per 
diem, 63.64; trav. expenses, 
189.33 

Mcllroy, S., cartage 



631 60 



252 97 
75 




191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



31 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S BRANCH,— Continued. 



Neglected Children's Branch.— Continued. 



Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
books, 6.00; printing, 334.59. 

Nat. Conference of Charities 
and Correction, membership 
fees 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscription 

O'Connor, Wm, trav. expenses. 

Ont. W. C. T. U., advertising. . 

Potter, Chas., lantern supplies 



Contingencies. — Continued. 

Ramsey, J. G. & Co., photo sup- 

340 59 plies 20 91 

Reading, A. L., lantern slides. 20 65 
Toronto Playgrounds Assn., 

2 50 membership fee 5 00 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 

27 70 tions 36 00 

512 39 Videon, Vera, services at 1.66% 30 00 

5 00 per diem 30 CO 

10 20 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Salaries ($21,662.50) 

C.C.James: Four months' salary as Deputy Minister and Secretary, 

Bureau of Industries 1,333 00 

W. Bert Roadhouse: Eight do Deputy Minister 1,667 00 

C. F. Bailey: Seven do Asst. do 1,167 00 

W. O. Galloway: Twelve do Chief Clerk and Statistician 2,300 00 

W. Bert Roadhouse : Four do Minister's Secretary and Secre- 
tary to Department 633 00 

N. J. Clark: Twelve do First j Class Clerk 1,400 00 

Thos. McGillicuddy : do do 1,400 00 

John Darrach: do do (Municipal Statistics) 1,4C0 00 

A. G. Henderson: do do 1,400 00 

M. J. Malone: do do 1,350 00 

W. R. Reek: Seven do do 758 00 

D. F. Cashman: Twelve do Accountant 1,150 00 

Hugh Mclntytre: do Second-Class Clerk 1,100 00 

W. C. A. Lee: Nine do do 637 50 

J. C. McMillan: Seven do do 409 00 

A. I. Benning: do do 700 00 

Wm. Lee: Three do do 150 00 

Howard Wade: Eight do do 300 00 

Thos. Lynch : Twelve do Messenger 600 00 

Wm. Hinde: Seven do do 408 00 

Irene Webb: Twelve do Stenographer 700 00 

E. Conlin : do do ... 7 00 00 



American Assn. for the Ad- 
vancement of Science, annual 
dues 

American Multigraph Sales Co., 
coupons and supplies 

Annual Review Pub. Co., adver- 
tising 

Appleton, D. & Co., American 
Year Book 

Bailey, C. F., trav. expenses.. 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
163.59; rent of instrument, 
22.50 

Bond, R., cab hire 

Briggs, Wm., books 



Contingencies ($2,513.74) 

Brodie, I. K., services at 2.00 

per diem 24 00 

3 00 Can. Courier, extra copies 2 40 

Can. Express Co., charges 7 85 

27 10 Can. Facts Pub. Co., copies of 

Facts 11 75 

100 00 Can p orestry Assn., member- 

3 50 Ship fee 1 00 

188 64 Can ' Legal PuD - Co -> law list... 3 00 
C. P. Ry. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 79 46 

186 09 Can. Parliamentary Guide, copy 

6 50 of Guide 2 00' 

1 95 Cashman, D. F., trav. expenses 3 85 



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No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Circuit Guide Pub. Co., copies 
of Guide 

Curzon, Jos., reporting and 
typewriting 

Doane Bros., cab hire 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Drummond, W. A. & Co., cheese 
factory can 

Ellsworth, J. L., books 

Farmers Bros., Ltd., photos... 

Figary, P., photos 

Galbraith Photo Co., prints of 
veterinary students 

Gazette Printing Co., printing. 

Graham, W. L., pedigree charts 

G. T. Ry. System, freight 
charges 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co., tele- 
grams 

Green, G. de W., car fare and 
meals re Tor. Ind. Exhibition 

Gripton, C, stamps and sup- 
plies 

Haddon's Art Studio, photos . . 

Hodson, Daisy, services 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

James, C. C, trav. expenses... 



Contingencies. — Continued. 

James, S. M., services at 1. 662/3 

50 per diem 30 00 

King, F. H., book 2 50 

37 55 King's Printer, distribution, 

2 25 stationery 429 64 

5 05 Library Bureau of Can., cabinet 

and supplies 14 90 

5 00 McMaster, M. H., postage 

2 72 stamps 214 00 

3 50 Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

1 00 books and printing 59 00 

Newspapers and periodicals, 

1 00 subscriptions 293 47 

20 00 Office Specialty Mfg. Co., index 

6 00 cards 2 00 

Ottawa Citizen, copies of Cen- 

- 91 tral Can. Citizen 50 

1 ai Painter, T., photos 1 50 

_. 8 _ Reek, W. R., trav. expenses... 144 05 

Roadhouse, W. B., trav. ex- 

45 penses 21 85 

Teney, Frances, services at 

1.66^ per diem 8 33 

12 20 Toronto Ry. "Co., car tickets.. 25 00 

2 50 United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

1 50 inspections, 29.00; typewrit- 

ers, 247.50; supplies, 104.50.. 381 00 
9 98 Webb, Irene, special services as 

13 65 secretary to Minister 50 00 



Colonization. 

Salaries ($8,486.30) 

H. A. Macdonell: Eight and one-half months' salary as Director 1,486 30 

John Argue: Twelve do Clerk 1,400 00 

R.A.Jones: do do 1,200 00 

G. W. Garthwaite: do do 1,000 00 

H. J. Tutt: do do 900 00 

S. O. Dennis: do do and Stenographer 600 00 

E. Duggan: do Stenographer 700 00 

B. Acheson: ao do 600 00 

B. McDonald: do do 600 00 



Argue, Jno., services as acting 
director, 200.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 35.35 

Bell Telephone Co., messages.. 

Car». Express Co., charges 

Can. Facts Pub. Co., copies of 
Facts 

Can. Legal Pub. Co., law list. 

C. P. Ry. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . . 

Dunlop, F. R., services at 1.66^ 
per diem 



Contingencies ($2,612.30) 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co., tele- 
grams 12 74 

235 35 Gripton, C, stamp and repairs. 7 60 

19 50 Harcourt, E. H. Co., blank books 10 53 

40 Hubertus, Mrs., postage stamps 560 00 

Jones, R. A., trav. expenses... 254 40 

7 50 King's Printer, distribution, 

3 00 stationery 500 90 

Macdonell, H. A., trav. expenses 76 90 
64 51 Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

2 30 printing 63 43 

Monarch Typewriter Co., inspec- 

283 32 tions 20 00 



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33 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,— Continued 

Colonization. — Continued. 



Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions 

Remington Typewriter Co., in- 
spections 

Smith, G., services at 1.66^ per 
diem 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets... 



Contingencies.— Continued. 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 

19 85 tions, 12.00; supplies, 26.75; 

typewriters, 247.50 286 25 

8 00 Warren, E. H., services at 1.66^ 

per diem 5 00 

108 32 Wright, T. L., services at 2.50 

20 00 per diem 42 50 



Agricultural and Horticultural Societies Branch. 

Salaries ($5,900.00) 

J. LO'Ckie Wilson: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,500 00 

Geo. De W. Green: do Clerk 1,200 00 

B.M.Elliott: do do and Stenographer 700 00 

J. Wilson: do do 700 00 

Olive McArthur: do Stenographer 650 00 

F. P. Johnston: Four do Messenger 150 00 



Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
strument, 19.00; messages, 
38.61 

Bengough, Thos. & Co., report- 
ing convention 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Facts Pub. Co., copies of 
Facts 

C. P. Ry. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 

Can. Typewriter Co., cylinder, 
2.50; inspections, 3.00 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 

Farmers' Advocate, cuts 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co., tele- 
grams 

Green, Geo. de W., trav. ex- 
penses 

Gripton, C, stamp, etc 

Harcourt, E. H. Co., blank book 

Hubertus, Mrs., postage stamps. 

James, Wm, photos 

[Johnston, F. P., services at 



Contingencies ($2,470-65) 

1.44 3-13 per diem, 15.87; 
services at 1.39 per diem, 

57 61 37.53 53 40 

Kent, Ambrose & Sons, buttons 20 00 
40 00 King's Printer, distribution, 

95 stationery, 616.-93; paper, 2.74 619 67* 

Mcllroy, S., cartage 5 40 

6 25 McLennan, F., services at 2.00 

per diem 134 00 

21 86 Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

printing 92 74 

5 50 Newspapers and periodicals, 
11 95 subscriptions 27 60 

5 60 Potter, Chas., lantern service re 

lecture 7 00 

24 93 Robinson, Haydn, services at 

1.16^ per diem 89 85 

6 40 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets... 15 00 
3 40 United Typewriter Co., inspec- 

13 04 tions, 36.00; supplies, 2.50; 

500 00 typewriter, 121.50 160 00 

2 50 Wilson, J. Lockie, trav. ex- 
penses 546 00 



*l. P. Westervelt: 
3. T. Elderkin: 
r. E. Rettie: 
K. M. Johnston: 

Maynard : 
fera Glenney: 

Morris : 
V.. Garden: 



Live Stock Branch. 

Salaries ($6,574.33). 

Twelve months' salary as Director ,. 2,500 00 

Nine do Asst. Director 1,350 00 

Three do do 300 00 

Eight do Stenographer 466 00 

Nine do do 525 00 

Four do do 183 33 

Twelve do do 650 00 

do do 600 00 



Spa 



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No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,— Continued. 

Live Stock Branch, — Continued. 



Bell Telephone Co., messages.. 

Blake, F. B., services at 2.00 
per diem 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Facts Pub. Co., copies of 
Facts 

C. P. Ry. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams, 18.98; charges, .65 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 

Elderkin, D. T., trav. expenses 

Freer, E., services at 1.75 per 
diem 

Glenney, V., services at 1. 662/3 
per diem 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co., tele- 
grams 

Gripton, C, seal 

Harcourt, E. H. Co., binding 
and blank books 

Hendry, G. M. Co., map and 
glass routing tacks 

Hubertus, Mrs. M., postage 
stamps 

Hughes, N. S., services at 1.50 
per diem 

Jackson, W. D., trav. expenses. 



Contingencies ($1,999.75) 

79 77 Johnston, I., services at 2.00 

per diem 78 00 

9 00 King's Printer, distribution, 

6 73 stationery, 292.51; paper, .41 292 92 

Kinsey, V., services at .SZy 3 

8 75 per diem 10 00 

Maynard, L., trav. expenses.... 105 25 
19 63 Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

16 25 printing, etc 8 90- 

265 02 Newspapers and periodicals, 

subscriptions 5 0ft 

24 50 Rettie, J. E., trav. expenses... 9 60 

Smythe, F., services at 2.00 per 

346 69 diem 48 00- 

Strahan, A., services at 1.50 per 

41 „ diem 9 00 

41 o<5 Teney, F., services at 1.6o^ 

5 00 per diem 30 00 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets.. 10 00 
35 56 United Typewriter Co., inspec- 

tions, 48.00; supplies, 11.00 .. 59 00 
21 00 Walker, P., services at 1.50 per 

diem 7 50 

150 00 Westervelt, A. P., trav. ex- 
penses 242 05 

9 00 Wilson, G., services at 1.75 per 

23 35 diem 22 75 



Institutes Branch. 



Salaries ($6,034.87) 



G. A. Putnam: Twelve months' salary as 

C. F. Bailey: Five and one-half do 

Four and one-half do 

Twelve do 

Eight do 

Twelve do 

One do 

Eight do 

Six do 



Superintendent 2,500 



E. A. Weir: 
I. W. Brodie: 
I. McNichol: 
Cora Gordon: 
A. T. Holtorf: 
Helen O'Hara: 
Haydn Robinson: 



Live Stock Specialist 
do 

Clerk 

Stenographer 

do 

do 

do 

Messenger 



666 
469 
700 
466 
620' 
46 
366 
200 



00 
33 
05 
00 
00 
83 
00 
66 
00 



Contingencies ($3,225.66) 



Bailey, C. F., trav. expenses.. 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
128.10; rent of instrument, 
15.00 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Facts Pub. Co., copies of 
Facts 

Can. Home Journal, advtg 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 

Coo, A. R., reporting Women's 
Institute convention 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 



254 70 



143 10 
35 86 

13 00 

87 50 



90 



50 00 



13 07 



Can. Typewriter Co., refilling 

ceiitograph 5 50 

Clappe, M. G., services at 1.66^ 

per diem 20 00 

Dom. Express Co., charges 12 21 

Dunlop, F., services at 1.66^ 

per diem 131 68 

Eaton, T. Co., Ltd., sheeting 

and burlap 18 00 

Evening Telegram, advtg 57 

Farmers' Advocate, copies of 

paper 5 00 



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35 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 

Institutes Branch. — Continued 



Contingencies. 

Finlay, B., services at 1.662/3" per 

diem 20 01 

Galbraith Photo Co., photo sup- 
plies 4 40 

Gripton, C, rubber stamp 3 55 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co., tele- 
grams 9 35 

Haddon's Art Studio, photos 
and post cards 6 00 

Hoole, G. B., sign 1 50 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 13 56 

Hubertus, Mrs. M., postage 

stamps 550 00 

James, Wm, photos 1 50 

Jewell, A. A., services at 1.66^ 

per diem 33 34 

Kenyon, J. J. photos 4 55 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 497.09; paper, 
23.18 520 27 

Mcllroy, S., cartage 75 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
books, 7.96; printing, 693.76. 701 72 



Continued. 

Might Directories, clippings ... 18 

National Council of Women, an- 
nual fees, 2.00; advtg., 5.00. 7 00 
Newspapers and periodicals, 

subscriptions 17 00 

O'Hara, H., services at 2.00 per 

diem 139 01 

Potter, Chas., spools 1 60 

Pringle & Booth, photos 3 00 

Putnam, G. A., trav. expensed. 189 80 
Robinson, H,, services at 1. 662/3 

per diem 92 18 

Spry, J. S., seed boxes and 

vials 7 75 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets... 15 00 
United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions, 45.00; supplies, 2.10.. 47 10 
Whitehead & Hoag Co., buttons 

for Women's Inst, convention 16 00 

Wildman, G. F., booklets 3 45 

Young Women's Christian 

Assn., rent of hall 15 00 



E. H. Warren: 



Dairy Branch. 

Safaries ($137.50) 

Three months' salary as Stenographer 



137 50 



Bell Telephone Co., messages.. 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 

Can. Northern Express Co., 
charges 

C. P. Ry. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 

Crossen, M., services 

JDom. Express Co., charges.... 

.Dunlop, F., services at 1.66^ 
per diem 

East & Co., trunk 

.G. N. W. Telegraph Co., tele- 
grams 

Hendry, G. M. Co., map tacks. 

iHubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

'Jewell, A., services at 1. 662/3 
per diem 



Contingencies ($1,394.82) 

1 70 King's Printer, distribution, 
37 15 stationery, 159.91; paper, 

70.96 230 87 

70 Kinsey, Victor, services at .83^ 

per diem 6 67 

4 58 McLennan, M. F., services at 

2 00 2.00 per diem 24 00 

22 50 Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

printing 329 10 

110 01 Nunan, F., books 47 97 

6 00 Newspapers and periodicals, 

subscriptions 7 50 

1 82 Pascoe, L., services at 1. 832/3 

1 50 per diem 44 08 

250 00 Warren, Elsie H., services at 

I.6624 per diem 150 00 

116 67 



Fruit Branch. 

Salaries ($3,858.32) 

P. W. Hodgetts: Twelve months' salary as Director 2,400 00 

\. M. Fox: do Clerk and Stenographer 700 00 

Vf. O'Malley: do Stenographer 650 00 

VI. Briggs : Five do Messenger 108 32 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 
Fruit Branch.— Continued. 



No. 1 



Bartmann, R. W., services at 
4.00 per diem, 160.00; trav. 
expenses, 7.05 

Bell Telephone Co., messages. 

Blake, F. B., services as clerk 
at 1.50 per diem 

Briggs, Wm, books 

Briggs, M., services as messen- 
ger at 5.00 per week 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Pacts Pub. Co., copies of 
Facts 

Can. Northern Express Co., 
charges 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 

Dawson, Wm. & Sons, periodi- 
cals 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams.. 

Hanson Drug Store, photo sup- 
plies 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., litho- 
graphing and transfer binder 

Hodgetts, P. W», trav. expenses 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 



Contingencies ($1,766.25) 

Heydon, B., services as clerk at 
2.00 per diem 142 00 

^a °a Kelso Printin S Co -» printing and 

40 40 stationery 15 50 

King's Printer, distribution, 
24 00 stationery, 439.36; paper, .81. 440 17 

McMaster, M. H., postcards... 22 75 
62 g Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

printing, etc 10178 

15 Micklethwaite, F. W., photo- 

00 supplies 9 63 

Newspapers and periodicals, 

70 subscriptions 2 25 

Pringle & Booth, photo supplies 8 25 
12 78 Ramsey, J. G. & Co., Ltd., uni- 
versal holders, etc 10 56 

18 37 Speight, L., services as clerk 

8 97 at 1.50 per diem 27 00 

12 81 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets 10 00 

Toronto Stamp & Stencil Co., 

16 89 type 3 50 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
99 50 tions, 25.00; supplies, 2.75... 27 75 
186 95 Wade, H., services at 1.00 per 
200 00 diem 83 50 



Factory Inspection. 

Salaries ($15,800.00) 

J. T. Burke: Twelve months salary as Chief Inspector 1,800 00 

Thos. Kielty: do Inspector 1,400 00 

A. W. Holmes: do do 1,400 00 

H. J. Tutt: do do 1,350 00 

Robt. Hungerford: do do ' 1,350 00 

H. Clark: do do 1,350 00 

F. Kellond: do do 1,350 00 

S. J. Mallion: do do 1,350 00 

M. Carlyle : do Female Inspector 1,000 00 

A. Brown : do do 950 00 

R. Stockill: do Clerk 600 00 

L. M. Longthorne: do do and Stenographer 650 00 

M. Pettit: do Stenographer 700 00 

S. J. Hassard: Eleven do do 550 00 



A. O. H. Journal, advertising. . 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
3.05; rent of instruments, 
233.75 

Brodie, J. K., services as clerk 
at 2.00 per diem 

Brown, A., trav. expenses 

Burke, J. T., trav. expenses... 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 



Contingencies ($7,508.80) 

12 50 Can. Implement and Vehicle 

Trade, advertising 24 00 

Can. Mfg. Pub. Co., advtg 24 00 

236 80 C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 25 

48 00 Carlyle, M., trav. expenses 267 07 

599 57 'Clark, H. A., trav. expenses... 819 03 

79 87 Cooney, W„ advertising , 10 00 

3 20 Dom. Express Co., charges ... 2 95 



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37 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,— Continued. 



Factory Inspection,— Continued, 



Contingencies. 

Gosnell, May, services as clerk 

at 1.66^ per diem 260 01 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams... 2 43 

Gripton, C, ink 1 00 

Hamilton Labor Directory, ad- 
vertising 3 50 

Hungerford, R., trav. expenses. 866 78 
Harcourt, E. H. Co., blank 

books 32 42 

Holmes, A. W., trav. expenses.. 376 73 

Industrial Banner, advertising. 3 00 
International Assn. of Factory 
Inspectors, dues and copies 

of proceedings 40 00 

Keilty, Thos., trav. expenses.. 527 b7 

Kellond, F., trav. expenses ... 602 85 
King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 183.05; paper, 

68.77 251 82 

Labor Day Souvenir, advtg 25 00 

Labor Directory, advertising. . 5 00 

Labor Educational Assn., advtg. 3 00 

Labor News Pub. Co., advtg... 6 00 

Lance Pub. Co., advtg 6 50 



-Continued. 

Langford, A. A., Co., scale 2 00 

Library Bureau of Can., guides, 

cards, etc 120 46 

McMaster, M. H., postage 

stamps 175 00 

Mallion, S. J., trav. expenses.. 1,036 87 
Marks, Jos. T., advertising... 3 00 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

printing, etc 112 00 

National Council of "Women, 

advertising 10 00 

Newspapers and periodicals, 

subscriptions 14 75 

Patterson, H. M., filing case... 3 75 
Rettinger & Motz, advertising. 6 25 
Supt. of Documents, Washing- 
ton, reports 5 60 

Trades and Labor Council, ad- 
vertising 7 50 

Tutt, H. J., trav. expenses 820 97 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions, 38.00; supplies, 8.00 .. 46 00 
Vernon, H. & Sons, directory. 4 00 



Stationary Engineers. 



W. C. McGhie: 


Twelve months' s 


D. F. Cashman: 


do 


Jean Dick: 


Bight do 


T. H. Laidlaw: 


Twelve do 



M. E. Gosnell: Two 



do 



Salaries ($3,131.66) 

ilary as Chairman of Board 1,800 00 

Secretary do 250 00 

Stenographer 433 00 

do 557" 00 

do 91 66 



A. O. H. Journal, advertising. 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
3.30; rent of instrument, 22.50 

Can. Assn. of Stationary En- 
gineers, advertising 

Can. Mfg. Pub. Co., advtg 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 

Cobalt Nugget, advertising.... 

Corrigan, Wm., services at 5.00 
per meeting, 330.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 96.40 

Coulter, K., services as stenog- 
rapher at I.662/3 per diem... 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Fort William Times- Journal, 
advertising 

Gosnell, M. E., services at 1.66^ 
per diem 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams... 

Gripton, C, stamps and repairs 



Contingencies ($3,334.57) 

12 50 Guelph Trade and Labor Coun- 
cil, advertising 7 50 

25 80 Hamilton Labor Directory, ad- 
vertising 3 50 

10 00 Jewell, A. A., services at 1. 662/3 

42 00 per diem 46 67 

King's Printer, distribution, 

5 13 stationery 247 75 

1 60 Labor Directory, advertising.. 5 00 

Library Bureau of Can., guides, 

cards, etc 36 90 

426 40 McGhie, W. C, trav. expenses. 822 27 
McMaster, M. H., postage 

96 67 stamps 814 00 

2 40 MacLean Pub. Co., Ltd., advtg.. 55 00 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

3 00 printing 28 81 

Mosley, Chas., services at 5.00 
133 34 per meeting, 275.00; trav. 

6 62 expenses, 34.85 309 85 

8 00 Port Arthur Daily News, advtg. 3 36 



38 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Stationary Engineers; — Continued. 



No. 1 



Contingencies.— Continued. 



Ottawa Allied Trades and 
Labor Assn., advertising. . . . 

Ottawa Citizen, adertising 

Ottawa Journal Pub. Co., advtg. 
Stevenson, R. J., advtg 



12 50 
4 20 
2 80 

12 50 



Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets.. 10 00 
United Typewriter Co., type- 
writer, 112.50; inspections, 
22.00; supplies, 4.00 138 50 



MISCELLANEOUS. 
King's Printer's Office. 

Salaries ($8,500.00) 

L. K. Cameron: Twelve months' salary as King's Printer 1,700 00 

H. Lovelock: do Asst. King's Printer 1,600 00 

W.H.Clarke: do Chief Clerk 1,200 00 

R. B. Magill: do Clerk l.lOu 00 

S 1 . I. Dunn : do do 1,000 00 

H.Burns: do do 950 00 

T. W. Heron: do do 950 00 

Contingencies ($1,760.73) 

Alison, M. B., services at 2.33^ G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams.. 78 

per diem 240 34 Harcourt, E. H. Co., blank books 18 80 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 110 00 
6.40; rent of instruments, King's Printer, distribution, 

45.00 5140 stationery, 329.43; paper, .41. 329 84 

Cameron, L. K., accountable... 25 0~u~ Magill, R. B., special services. 100 00 

Can. Express Co., charges 1 30 Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

Can. Legal Pub. Co., legal printing 16 79 

chart and law list 4 50 Newspapers and periodicals, 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- subscriptions 25 00 

grams 2 01 Thornton, Robt., services as 

Dom. Express Co., charges 2 30 clerk at 2.33^ per diem 697 67 

Grant, S. P., special services.. 100 00 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets... 35 00 

Official Gazette ($3,995.84). 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, printing 3,995 84 

Inspector of Registry Offices ($2,350.00). 

Guthrie, D. : Twelve months' salary as Inspector 1,850 00 

do Allowance for travelling expenses . % 500 00 

Municipal Auditor ($2,650.68). 

Sharpe, J. W. : Twelve months' salary as Auditor 2,400 00 

Hill, Jno., cartage 100 printing, etc 26 00 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 10 00 Newspapers and periodicals, 

King's Printer, distribution, subscriptions 5 00 

stationery 34 43 Sharpe, J. W., trav. expenses.. 74 25 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, Small, Sidney, rent of office.. 100 00 



Total Civil Government $680,451.95 



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as* 



LEGISLATION. 



Salaries ($30,450.00) 

Hon. W. H. Hoyle: Salary as Speaker 2,500 00 

A. H. Sydere: Twelve months' salary as Clerk of the House 2,500 00 

J. M. Delamere: do Clerk Assistant and Clerk of 

'. Routine 1,900 00 

T. J. Glackmieyer: do Sergeant-at-Arms 1,800 00 

A. M. Dymond: do Law Clerk of Public Bills 2,300 00 

W. B. Wilkinson: . do Law Clerk of Private and Muni- 

- cipal Bills 2,000 00 

Wra. Chenery: do Clerk to Law Clerk 1,200 00 

p. S. Berthon: do Stenographer 650 00 

Jos. Beck: do Postmaster 1,600 00 

J. W. Dill: do Assit. Postmtaster 1,250 00 

A. B. Gillies: do Clerk 1,050 00 

D. D, Macallan: do do 1,000 00 

A. Pardoe: do Librarian 2,500 00 

M. Wilson: do Asst. Librarian 1,400 00 

~E. J. O'Neil: do do (for annex) 750 00 

J. N. Hunter: Six do Clerk in Library 400 00 

V. P. Fayle: Twelve do do Reading Room 750 00 

A. Currie: do Messenger and Assistant in 

Library 750 00 

Alex. Eraser: do Archivist 2,000 00 

J. N. Belanger: do Clerk to Archivist 1,100 00 

"H. M. Merrill: do Archives — Stenographer 650 00 

L. K. Cameron: do Accountant of the House 400 00 

Clerks of Committees, etc. ($3,003.40) 

Hiamm, John, Services as Reporter, Public Accounts Committee 423 40 

Jennings, John, Services as Secretary to Leader of Opposition 1,000 00 

Kent, R. A., Services as Clerk of Committees 850 00 

Robinson, Napier, Services as Clerk of Public Accounts Committee 300 00 

do do do Agricultural and Colonization 

Committee 100 00 

Stuart, H. J., do Secretary to Mr. Speaker 330 00 



Sessional Stenographers, Messengers, Pages, etc. ($13,268.00) 



:Stenographers at 14.00 per week: 

Barber, E 140 00 

Barron, A 140 00 

Barton, A 140 00 

Beale, P 140 00 

. Cayle, B. 110 00 

Clapp, M 140 00 

Devitt, M 140 00 

Findlay, B 140 00 

Fralick, M 140 00 

Grigg, R 140 00 

Jewell, H. A 140 00 

Leacy, M 140 00 

Leitch, C. 140 00 

Macpherson, B 140 00 

Meachem, M 124 00 

Mosley, 124 00 

"Saunderson, E 140 00 

Sauriol, Eva 102 00 

Scott, H. E 140 00 

Scroggie, M 140 00 

Sherritt, H 140 00 



Sinclair, N 

Smythe, F 

Taylor, C. F 

Warren, E 

Wells, F 

Whiting, A. B 

McMartin, L., at 2.50 per diem 
Sessional Writers: 

Burritt, D. H., at 3.00 per diem 

Cooper, W. H., at 2.00 per diem 
Messengers at 14.00 per week: 

Ackford. W 

Alison, M. B 

Bain, Wm 

Bartley, C 

Blea, W 

Brackenreid, T 

Brethour, J 

Coy, J. W r 

Craig, Wm 

Crumb, J 

Davis, B. G 



140 00 
140 00 
140 00 
140 00 
140 00 



154 
217 



00 
00 



210 00 
140 00 

124 00 
154 00 
170 00 
154 00 
154 00 
140 00 
140 00 
140 00 
140 00 
140 00 
140 00 



40 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



LEGISLATION.— Continued. 



Sessional Stenographers, Messengers, Pages, etc, — Continued. 



No. 1 



Ellison, E 140 00 

Flintoff, W 42 00 

Fox, Wm. W 140 00 

Francis, D. ' 172 00 

Gardiner, H 172 00 

Gould, J. A 140 00 

Graham, J 140 00 

Gray, W. T 140 00 

Gurren, G. H 140 00 

Heard, G. W 140 00 

Hamilton, R. S 140 00 

Hanna, T. H 140 00 

Heffernan, W. S 140 00 

House, G 128 00 

Hunter, W. E 28 00 

Hurst, R 172 00 

Jewell, J 140 00 

Labelle, J. T 140 00 

McClure, J 140 00 

McConnell, A. H 140 00 

McConnell, R. J 140 00 

McKee, H 140 00 

McMillan, J 140 00 

Magee, J 140 00 

Maude, W 140 00 

Mills, G. E 140 00 

Montague, J. R 140 00 

O'Bryan, D 140 00 

Parrett, J 154 00 

Pendergast, C. J 112 00 

Quinn, W. A 140 00 

Robertson, J 140 00 

Ross, D. 126 00 

Sheriff, H 140 00 

Sheir, G 140 00 

Tolmie, D 140 00 



Tisdale, J 112 00 

Vicars, E. J. S 140 00 

Walters, W 140 00 

Williams, Geo 140 00 

Swanton, R., at 10.50 per 

week 137 00 

Special Messengers: 

Brown, Robt 75 00 

Reddick, W. H 75 00 

Pages at 7.00 per week: 

Allen, W. R 63 00 

Briggs, M 28 00 

Clarin, H 70 00 

French, D 70 00 

Hinkley, J 70 00 

Kelly, L 70 00 

Kerrigan, A 70 00 

Long, W 70 00 

Martin, A 70 00 

Michie, L 70 00 

Morris, P 70 00 

Murray, F 70 00 

Medrault, 70 00 

Nodwell, T 70 00 

Painter, L 70 00 

Saunders, M 70 00 

Sinclair, A 70 0O 

Thompson, H 70 00 

Brown, H. E., at 4.50 per 

week 45 00 

Charwomen at 1.50 per diem: 

Dursley, L 93 00 

Fanning, M 90 00 

Lee, F 90 00 

Marwood, E 87 00 

Strachan, A 90 uO 



Postage and Cost of House Post Office ($2,168.68) 

Harcourt, E. H. Co., blank books 20 20 Mounce, Thos., carriage of 

King's Printer, distribution, mails 900 00 

stationery 33 56 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets 25 00 

Mclntyre, M., postage stamps . 1,189 92 



Stationery, Printing and Binding, 

Can. Express Co., charges 176 65 

Can. Northern Express Co., 

charges 3 55 

Can. Northern Quebec Ry., 

freight charges 1 14 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges. 10 30 
Copp, Clark Co., lithographing 

maps 562 00 

Dom. Express Co., charges 361 73 

Dom. Publishing and Importing 

Co., 115 club bags at 20.00... 2,300 00 
Grand Trunk Ry. System, 

freight charges 56 60 

Grip, Limited, half-tones 898 20 

Harcourt, E. H. Co., Ltd., litho- 



Distributing Statutes, etc. ($64,201.59) 

graphing maps, 1,539.53; 
blank books and binding, 

169.73 1,709 2fr 

Hill, John, cartage 14 90 

Hubertus, M., postage stamps.. 50 00 
King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 6,568.25; paper, 

5,252.99 11,821 24 

Mcllroy, S., cartage 25 

Mclntyre, M., postage stamps. 150 00 
Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

printing and binding 40,831 33 

Nash, C. W., drawings 50 00 

Ontario Engraving Co., half- 
tones 105 30 



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41 



LEGISLATION.— Continued. 



Stationery, Printing and 

Photo-Engravers, Ltd., half- 
tones 

Rolph & Clark, lithographing 
maps 

Stone Litho. Co., Ltd., litho- 
graphing maps 

Thomson Engraving Co., half- 
tones 

Toronto Globe, advertising for 
tenders 

Toronto Mail and Empire, ad- 
vertising for tenders 



Books : 

Adair Book Store 

Allen, E. G. & Sons 

Allen, G. & Co 

American Academy of Politi- 
cal and Social Science 

American Architect 

American Assn. of Labor Leg- 
islature 

American Book Shop 

American Book Co 

American City 

American Dialect Society . . . 
American Economic Assn. . . 
American Forestry Assn. . . . 
American Historical Assn. . . 
American Library Assn .... 

American Lumberman 

A. L. A. Publishing Co. 

American Political Science.. 
American Statistical Assn. . . 
American Unitarian Assn. . . 

Anderson Auction Co 

Annual Review Pub. Co 

Appleton, D. & Co. . , 

Badger, R. G. 

Baker, Edward 

Baker & Taylor Co 

Barnard, P. M 

Bell, G. & Son 

Bartlett, W. J. & Co 

Benziger Bros 

Bell & Cockburn 

Bender, M. & Co 

Bobbs, Merrill Co 

Boston Book Co 

Boston News Bureau Co 

Britnell, A 

Britnell, Jno 

Brough, Wm. & Son 

Brown's Book Store 

Brown, Wm 

Bryce, Wm 

Breeders' Gazette 

Briggs, Wm 

Brereton, B 

Buffalo Historical Society . . 



Binding-, Distributing Statutes, etc. — Continued. 

Toronto Neivs, advertising for 

1,707 94 tenders 13 50 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets... 10 00 
90 00 Toronto Star, advertising for 

tenders 13 50 

292 50 Toronto Telegram, advertising 

for tenders 13 50 

330 75 Toronto World, advertising for 

tenders 13 50 

13 50 Toronto & York Radial Ry. Co., 

freight charges 85 

13 50 Warwick Bros. & Rutter, print- 
ing and binding 2,586 10 

Library ($5,999.87) 

Bull & Auvache 20 87 

20 00 Bull, Alfred 9 90 

537 59 Burnham Antique Book Store 8 75 

6 14 Burroughs & Co 20 00 

Butterworth & Co 5 52 

5 00 Cadby, J. W 28 70 

3 75 Canadian Facts Pub. Co 2 00 

Canadian Forestry Assn 1 00 

5 00 Canadian Law Book Co 158 60 

5 70 Campbell, W. J 2 50 

4 30 Carter, F. C 18 33 

1 25 Carswell Co., Ltd 226 33 

1 00 Caspar, C. M. & Co 1 93 

4 00 Century Co 6 56 

19 66 Champlain Society 10 00 

4 50 Charities Publication Co. ... 15 70 

2 00 Chicago Medical Book Co. . . 5 71 

5 00 Chicago University Press 1 01 

25 Chief Pub. Co 1 32 

13 00 Clark, A. H. & Co 152 93 

2 00 Clark, A. S 45 60 

3 17 Clark, C. M. Pub. Co 1 35 

84 50 Clegg, J 3 42 

3 50 Coburn, F 1 25 

11 07 Colonial Society of Massachu- 

2 43 setts 3 50 

25 71 Cole, T. L 91 43 

25 79 Copp, Clark & Co 18 19 

2 63 Cosmopolitan Press 1 43 

8 54 Crowell, T. Y. & Co 3 17 

1 30 Craftsman Pub. Co 75 

1 50 Dana Estes & Co 1 50 

7 03 Dana, W. B. & Co 3 50 

4 50 Davis, R 26 23 

3 60 Desbarats Advertising Co. . . 5 00 
433 36 Dawson, Wm. & Sons 222 81 

9 00 Desjardins, J 1 50 

10 90 Dept. of Labor, Ottawa 75 

22 80 Dionne, N. E 1 00 

98 Doubleday, Page & Co. 11 30 

3 60 Drayton, S. & Son 25 68 

1 94 Dodd, Mead & Co 4 46 

15 54 Ducharme, G 221 68 

1 50 Dunlop, Wm 19 30 

16 32 Dunn, D A 25 00 

1 00 Dutton, E. P. & Co 6 04 

4 18 Edwards, Francis 99 79 



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No. 1 



LEGISLATION.— Continued. 



Library. 

Elgin Historical and Scientific 

Institute 30 

Elley, W. C 12 25 

Eugenics Pub. Co 2 22 

Ferris & Leach 1 00 

Frowde, Henry 3 10 

Fulton Stamp Co 3 00 

Funk & Wagnalls 2 00 

George's Sons' Wm 1 33 

Godin, N. A 9 02 

Goodspeed's Book Shop 1 50 

Gosselin, A. H 2 35 

Goodwin, G. W 79 50 

Grafton Pub. Co 2 63 

Grant, Jno 37 96 

Gray, Henry 39 85 

Hall & O'Malley 4 88 

Hall, R 12 72 

Harper Bros 7 13 

Harvard University 56 06 

Harding, Geo 131 77 

Heifer, Wm. & Sons 48 61 

Higham, C. & Son 13 84 

Himebaugh, C. L 2 20 

Hitchman, Jno 12 51 

Himebaugh & Brown 2 73 

Hodder & Stoughton 50 

Hitchman, Wm 6 68 

Hoeber, P. B 12 00 

Holt, H. & Co 12 61 

Hudson Book Co 9 69 

Houston's Standard Publica- 
tions 6 00 

Houghton-Mifflin Co 42 92 

Humphrey, G. P. 1 93 

Huntting, H. R. & Co 18 06 

Huston, A. J. 5 44 

International Society of Ar- 
boriculture 2 50 

Irvine, Jas 3 38 

Jacobs, J 2 89 

Jacobs News Co 3 00 

Johnson, E. W 4 08 

Johns Hopkins Press 6 75 

Joseph, E 9 35 

Journal of American Crimin- 
ology 3 00 

Juckes, G. T 23 48 

Keith, M. L 2 45 

Kimball Bros 47 22 

King, P. S. & Son 90 64 

King's Printer, St. John's, 

N.F 40 

Kennerley, M 1 25 

Landridge, D 3 15 

Lafleur, Theo 25 00 

Lane, Jno. & Co 6 34 

Langton, Thos 1 00 

Lauriat, C. E. & Co 5 78 

Lemcke & Buechner 16 89 

Libbie, C. F. & Co 25 07 

Library Bureau of Canada... 1 20 

Librairie Beauchemin 2 65 

Librairie Ch. Chadenat 4 58 



Continued. 

Lippincott, J. B. & Co 7 14 

Little, Brown & Co 2 46 

Littlefield, G. E 1 15- 

Loeser, F. K. & Co 36 64 

Longmans, Green & Co 38 85- 

Lovell, J. & Son 4 00 

Lowdermilk, W. H. & Co. .. 15 73 

Lowe Bros 80 04 

Lowman & Hanford 9 65 

Lupton Bros 10 36 

Manual Art Press 3 00 

Martin, C '. 1 70 

Macmillan Co 64 69 

McClelland & Goodchild 3 78 

McClurg, A. C. & Co 13 66 

McDevitt, Wilson & Co 9 01 

McDonough, J. & Co 45 13 

McLeod & Allen 2 75- 

Merwin-Clayton Sales Co. ... 15 95 

Mendoza, Isaac, Book Co 5 35 

Mississippi Valley Historical 

Assn. 9 00 

Moffatt, Yard & Co 7 04 

Morrison, N. F 47 93 

Mosby Medical Book & Pub. 

Co 2 50 

Murphy, J., & Co 1 98 

Murphy, W. M 6 51 

Mudie's Select Library 71 48 

Musson Book Co 39 07' 

Museum Book Store 112 62 

Myers & Co 3 52 

National Conference of Chari- 
ties 1 60 

National Geographical Society 2 59 

National Municipal League . . 13 27 

Neale Publishing Co 2 28 

iNield, Walter 32 91 

Niel Morrow Ladd Co 2 36 

New Church Board of Educa- 
tion 1 00 

New-hall, D. H 2 50 

Ontario Publishing Co 2 50- 
Page, L. C, & Co 1 26 

Penn Publishing Co 2 80 

Phillip, R. J 1 65 

Poole, A. & Co 36 75 

Post, L. F 30 

Powner's Book Store 15 05 

Publisher's Weekly 18 35 

Putnam's Sons, G. P 45 20 

Quebec Geographical Society. 2 00 

Rand, McNally & Co 4 74 

Reader, Arthur 49 95 

Reilly & Britton 84 

Reuter. J. P 2 49 

Richardson, C 33 54 

Renouf Publishing Co 13 05 

Revue Canadienne 3 00 

Robinson, E. R 10 50 

Romaine, K. C 7 80 

Rouillard, Eug 4 75- 

Routledge, G., & Son 7 67 

Roy, Pierre Georges 2 00 



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LEGISLATION— Continued. 



43 



Library. — 

Royal Historical Society 4 07 

Scopes, J. E., & Oo 45 24 

Schulte, T. E 10 64 

Scott, Leonard & Co 28 05 

Scribner's Sons, Chas 27 67 

Sherratt & Hughes 3 06 

Sherbrooke Record Co 4 50 

Skinner, Jno., Book Store . . 8 13 

Sherwood's, Inc 22 25 

Small, Maynard & Co 96 

Smith, Wm. H., & Sons .... 26 32 

Smythe, A. H 1 00 

Socialist Literature Co 75 

Sotheran, Henry & Co 1 39 

Stevens & Brown 46 79 

Stoker, F. A., & Co 3 90 

iStrashun, A 1 00 

Sturgis & Walton Co 9 18 

Sutherland, Wm 10 05 

S'utton, Albert 46 01 

Teefy, M 50 50 

Thorp, Thos 14 96 

Thrift Publishing Co 1 80 

Tice & Lynch 1 46 

Times Book Club 4 63 

Toga Publishing Co 23 00 

Torch Press 31 28 

Tyrrell, Wm., & Co 16 40 

Union Library Association . . 39 07 

University Magazine 2 00 



Continued. 

Vernon, H., & Sons 8 50 

Villeneuve, F 7 00 

Warner, CM 5 00 

Wegelin, Oscar 19 13 

Wheeler, Fred 8 28 

Wheldon, Jno., & Co 16 43 

Wilder, F. J 1 75 

Wildy & Sons 20 49 

Wilson, H. W., & Co 15 75 

Wisconsin Historical Society 5 00 

Yale University Press 11 19 

Canadian Express Co., charges. 35 31 
Canadian Legal Pub. Co., charts 

and law lists 7 50 

C. P. Ry., freight charges \ 6 85 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., copy of 

guides 50 

Dominion Express Co., charges 38 74 

Dominion Transport Co., charges 3 90 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., binding. . 464 30 
Irwin, C. W., duty and brokerage 

charges 14 00 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co., tele- 
grams 1 36 

G. T. Ry. Co., freight charges . . 4 T'4 
Methodist Book & Pub. Co., 

printing 20 68 

Thomipson, Ahern & Co., broker- 
age charges 16 77 



Indemnity to Members ($151,419.80) 

Accountant of House: To pay indemnity and mileage of members 



151,419 80 



Newspapers and Periodicals ($763.94) 

Sundry newspapers and periodicals — Subscriptions 



763 94 



Contingencies, including Stationery and Equipment for Reporters ($8,180.53). 



Advertising re Private Bills: 

Belleville Intelligencer 7 50 

Berlin News Record 5 00 

Brantford Courier 21 25 

BrocTcville Times 10 50 

Chatham Planet 8 16 

. Cobalt Nugget 10 00 

Fort William Times Journal. 23 00 

Gait Reporter 7 75 

Gvelph Herald 1 2 50 

Hamilton Herald 26 25 

Hamilton Spectator 23 75 

Kingston Standard 26 25 

London Free Press 45 00 

Niagara Falls Record 8 50 

Ottawa Citizen 48 75 

Ottawa Journal 30 00 

Peterboro Review 10 50 

Peterboro Times 17 00 

Port Arthur News 17 00 



Port Hope Times 

St. Catharines Standard 

St. Thomas Times 

Stratford Herald 

Toronto Globe 

do Mail and Empire . . 

do News 

do Star 

do Sun 

do Telegram 

do World 

Woodstock Express 

Alison, M. B„ services at 14.00 

per week 

Annual Review Pub. Co., copies 

of Review 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
$48.95; rent of instrument, 

$26.53 

Can. Express Co., charges 



10 00 
12 50 

11 25 
11 25 
48 7'5 
48 75 
48 75 
48 75 
10 00 
48 75 
48 75 
18 00 

154 00 

360 00 



75 48 
125 20 



44 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



LEGISLATION.— Continued. 



Contingencies, including Stationery and Equipment for Reporters.— Continued. 



Can. Facts Pub. Co., copies of 

Facts 30 75 

Can. Law Book Co., law books. 34 00 
Can. Legal Pub. Co., law lists 

and charts 10 50 

Can. Northern Express Co., 

charges 5 63 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges.. 6 91 
C. P. Ry. CO's. Telegraph, tele- 
grams ... 10 36 

Can. Parliament Guide, copies 

of guide 230 00 

Carswell Co., Ltd., law books. . . 8 00 
Charles, J. H., services, stock- 
taking 150 00 

Clark, P. M., & Son, official suits, 

gowns, etc 245 50 

Clarke, W. H., engrossing cards 12 00 
Coy, J. W., services at 2.00 per 

diem 370 00 

Crashley, Thos., cartage 52 75 

Daviies, W. J., special services, 

reporting proceedings of L. A. 75 00 
Dept. of Publishing, Printing, 
and Stationery, Ottawa, copies 

of Railway Act 4 20 

Doane Bros., cab hire 13 50 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 84 71 
Dom. Transpt. Co., freight 

charges 5 44 

Farmer, J. G., K.C., legal ser- 
vices re Railway Committee. . 300' 00 
Pirstbrook Box Co., Ltd., crates 3 25 
Garden, A. C, expenses as wit- 
ness re Public Accounts Com- 
mittee 7 10 

G. T. R. System, freight charges 21 80 
Grassett, H. J., allowance to 
police, services at opening of 

L. A 50 00 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams. . . 11 97 
Hammi, John, services reporting 

Budget Speech 40 00 

Haroourt, E. H., Co., Ltd., bind- 
ing, etc 8 40 

Hendrie & Co., cartage 99 

Hennessy, J. D., expenses as 
witness re Public Accounts 

Committee 6 00 

Hill, Jno., cartage 6 90 

Hunter, J. N., services at 14.00 

per week 364 00 

Ingrain, W. J., expenses as wit- 
ness re Public Accounts Com- 
mittee 3 00 

King's Printer, distribution sta- , 



tionery 616 36 

Library Bureau of Can., cards, 
index, etc 6 40 

Longstaffe, E., luncheons for 

police and telegraph operators 77 35 

McGibbon, P. T., expenses as 
witness re Public Accounts 
Committee 28 40 

Mcllroy, S., cartage 128 85 

Maher, P., cab hire 3 50 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
printing 4 34 

Monarch Typewriter Co., rent 
of typewriters, 205.50; stands, 
27.00 232 50 

Morrison, V. R., services at 2.50 
per diem 740 00 

Municipal World, subscription.. 1 00 

Munn, A. E„ expenses as wit- 
ness re Public Accounts Com- 
mittee 19 30 

Murray-Kay Co., Ltd., bows, ties, 

and gloves 37 50 

Niagara Nav. Co., freight charges 60 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., sta- 
tionery 5 75 

Ont. Tailoring Co., pages' suits, 

etc 221 25 

Ray, Hugh, services at 14.00 
per week 718 33 

Robertson, J. R., copies Diary 

of Mrs. Jno. Graves Simcoe. 345 00 

Robillard, A. E., Illuminating 

Oath of Allegiance 25 00 

Rous & Mann, copies of Clive, 

Baron Plassey 86 25 

Simpson, R., Co., Ltd., ties ... 6 00 

Sydere, A. H., services as Clerk 
of the Crown in Chancery, 
500.00; special services re 
index to journals and ses- 
sional papers, 500.00 1,000 00 

Toronto Globe, subscription ... 15 00 

Toronto Railway Co., car tickets 92 00 

Toronto Railway & Steamboat 

Guide, subscription 5 00 

Toronto & York Radial Ry. Co., 

freight charges 25 

Tudhope, J. A., expenses as wit- 
ness re Public Accounts Com- 
mittee 10 10 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., in- 
spections 28 00 

Wood, W. R., copies of Past 

Years in Pickering 115 00 



191113 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



45 



LEGISLATION.— Continued. 
Bureau of Archives. 



Purchase of documents, printing, 

Ellis, E., copying documents... 12 00 

George's Sons, Wm, maps 3 62 

Goodwin, C. W., maps 7 50 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., Ltd., bind- 
ing 75 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

printing 718 80 

Roy, Pierre Georges, bulletin . . 2 00 

Teefy, M., pamphlets, maps and 



binding, paper, etc. ($1,658.99) 

» 

historical papers 82 50 

Toronto & York Radial Ry. Co., 

freight charges 14 13 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter, print- 
ing and binding 813 69 

Wegelin, O., map 3 00 

Yale Pub. Assn., copy of Yale 

Review index 1 00 



Bell Telephone Co., messages.. 

Britnell, A., books 

Brown, Wm., books 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Forestry Assn., member- 
ship fees 

Can. Facts Pub. Co., copies of 
Facts 

Can. Legal Pub. Co., law lists. 

Can. Northern Express Co., 
charges 

Dom. Express Co., charges.... 

Dom. Pub. Co., blue book 



Contingencies ($311.93) 

65 Fraser, Alex., trav. expenses.. 110 25* 

5 50 Irwin, C W., brokerage charges 2& 
7 93 King's Printer, distribution sta- 

35 tionery 97 51 

Mcllroy, S., cartage 2 75 

1 00 Mclntyre, M., postage stamps.. 25 00 

Newspapers and periodicals, 

1 00 subscriptions 44 05 

3 00 Ramsey, J. G. & Co., photo sup- 

plies 2 94 

1 25 United Typewriter Co., cleaning 
25 typewriter, etc 4 25 

4 00 



Total Legislation $281 ,426.73 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 



Supreme Court of Judicature. 



Hon. 

Hon. 

Hon. 

Hon. 

Hon. 

Hon. 

Hon. 

Hon. 

Hon. 

Hon 

Hon. 

Hon. 

Hon. 

Hon. 

Kon. 



Sa'aries ($41,855.29). 

Sir Chas. Moss: Chief Justice of Ontario, allowance 1,000 00 



J. T. Garrow: Justice of Appeal do 

J. J. Maclaren : do do 

R.M.Meredith: do do 

James Magee do do 

Sir John A. Boyd: Chancellor of Ontario, do 

F. R. Latchford: Justice, Chancery do 

W. E. Middleton : do do , 

Sir Glenholme Falconbridge: Chief Justice, King's Bench, allowance. 



W. R. Riddell : 
Sir Wm. Meredith 



do 



do 



1,000 00 



Chief Justice, Common Pleas, allowance 1,000 00 



H. J. Kelly: Justice, Common Pleas, allowance 
J. V. Teetzel: do do 



917 00 
1,000 00 



Sir Wm. Mulock: Chief Ju**- 1 ^ ^vchequer Division, allowance 1,000 00, 



46 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
Supreme Court of Judicature — Continued. 

Salaries — Continued. 

Hon. R. C. Clute: Justice, Exchequer Division, allowance 1,000 00 

Hon. R. F. Sutherland: do do 1,000 00 

Hon, H. Lennox : Unattached do 538 29 

James S. Cartwright: Twelve months' salary as Master-innChambers 3,500 00 

F. Arnold! : do Clerk 2,250 00 

Clarence Bell: do Asst. Clerk 1,450 00 

A. B. G. Cull: do Entering Clerk 800 00 

Geo. O. Alcorn: do Masteriin-Ordinary 4,000 00 

J. A. C. Cameron: do Chief Clerk and Accountant 3,000 00 

A. E. Bastedo: do Clerk and Stenographer :.. 1,550 00 

Geo. S. Crooks: do do do 1,150 00 

J. H. Thorn: do Senior Taxing Officer 2,400 00 

M. J. Macnamara: do Junior do 2,000 00 

N. F. Paterson : do Registrar, Supreme Court and 

Court of Appeal 2,300 00 

Contingencies ($73.95). 



Carswell Co., copies of Crim- 
inal Code 54 00 

King's Printer, paper 4 09 



Methodist Book & Pub. 
printing 



House, 



15 86 



Master=in=Chambers. 



Canada Law Book Co., subscrip- 
tion to Law Journal and An- 
nual Digest 

Canada Legal Pub. Co., law 
lists and charts 

Carswell Co., subscription to 
law reports 

Circuit Guide Publishing Co., 
guides 



Canada Law Book Co., law 
books and subscription to 
Law Journal 

Canada Legal Directory Co., 
directory 

Canada Legal Publishing Co., 
law lists and charts 

Carswell Co., law reports 

Circuit Guide Publishing Co., 
guides 

Gripton, C, rubber stamps 



Contingencies ($369.05). 

Gorrie, J., special services 72 00 

Gripton, C, repairing stamps.. 3 00 

10 00 Harcourt, E. H. Co., binding. . 10 50 

Hill, J., cartage 2 15 

9 00 Hubertus, Mrs., postage stamps 95 00 
King's Printer, distribution, 

15 00 stationery 147 90 

Remington Typewriter Co., ad- 

4 00 justing machine 50 

Master=in=Ordinary. 

Contingencies ($341.82). 

Harcourt, E. H. Co., books and 

binding • 55 03 

61 80 Hill, J., cartage 2 00 

Hubertus, Mrs., postage stamps 35 00 
3 qq King's Printer, distribution, 

stationery 129 24 

9 00 Remington Typewriter Co., 

00 inspections 6 00 

^ Z5 Stanton, O. B., & Wilson Co., 

stationery 175 

1 25 United Typewriter Co., inspec- 

3 50 tions 12 00 






Canada Legal Publising Co., 
law lists and charts 

Circuit Guide Publishing Co., 
guides 



Taxing Officers. 

Contingencies ($48.94). 

Harcourt, E. H. Co., binding. . 
9 00 Hill, J., cartage 

King's Printer, distribution, 
1 00 stationery 



7 34 
90 

30 70 



191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



47 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE —Continued. 



Judges' Library ($800.00). 

Boyd, Hon. Chancellor, grants. 300 00 Moss, Hon. Chief Justice, grant 



500 00 



Court of Appeal. 

Salaries ($4,230.00). 

H. H. Robertson: Twelve months' salary as Asst. Registrar and Clerk of Elec- 
tion Court 1,600 00 

E. Oliver: do Usher, Librarian and Messenger 1,000 00 

W. M. Winterberry: do Secretary to Judges 1,150 00 

R. F. Killaly: Nine do Clerk 480 00 



Canada Legal Directory Co., 
directory 

Canada Legal Publishing Co., 
law lists 

Circuit Guide Publishing Co., 
guides 

Harcourt, E. H. Co., binding. . 

Hill, J., cartage 



Contingencies ($930.98). 

King's Printer, distribution, 

3 00 stationery 184 89 

Methodist Book & Publishing 

9 oo House, printing 39 78 

Moss, Hon. Sir Chas., allow- 

^ q ance petty expense account . . 650 00 

Oliver, E., telegrams, etc 5 56 

25 50 Paterson, H. L., services 5 90 

2 35 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets... 4 00 



High Court. 

Salaries ($3,200.00). 

Geo. B. Nicol: Twelve months' salary as Olerk of Assize 1,800 00 

A. E. Trow: do do Process 1,400 00 



Contingencies ($197.75). 



Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Legal Directory Co., direc- 
tory 

Can. Legal Publishing Co., law 
lists and charts 

Harcourt, E. H. Co., binding. . . 

Harcourt & Son, Ltd., leather bag 



1 70 

3 00 

6 00 
6 92 
3 50 



Hill, J., cartage 30 

Hubertus, Mrs., postage stamps 18 50 
King's Printer, distribution, 

stationery 127 94 

Methodist Book & Publishing 

House, printing 29 89 



Central Office. 



Salaries ($16,172.23). 

M. B. Jackson: Twelve months' salary as Clerk of the Crown 2,500 00 

E. Harley: do Olerk of Records and Writs ... 2,050 00 

D'Arcy Hinds: do Judgment Clerk 1,550 00 

Wm. McTavish : do Clerk 1,250' 00 

P. W. Scott: do do 1,150 00 

R. W. Ralfe: do do 1.1.50 00 

R. F. Killaly: Three do do 250 00 

Agnes Moore: Nine do do 450 00 

C. Gordon Spanner: Twelve do do ". 860 00 

M. B. Black: do do 900 00 

G. Hilliar: S'even do Housekeeper and Messenger ... 496 00 

N. J. Harrison: One do do do 62 23 

Mary Hilliar: Seven do Asst. Housekeeper 154 00 

N.J.Harrison: Eleven do do 740 82 

Thos. McCutcheon: One do do 59 18 



48 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



Central Office.— Continued, 



No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 



Salaries.— Continued. 

James Gorrie: Twelve months' salary as Messenger 

J. W. Montgomery: do do 

M. Sutherland : do Housekeeper 

G. Smith: do Asst. Housekeeper 



800 00 

800 00 

450 00 

500 0G 



Contingencies ($321.54). 



Canada Law Book Co., sub- 
scription to Law Journal.... 

Canada Legal Directory Co., 
directory 

Can. Legal Publishing Co., law 
lists and charts 

Carswell Co., subscription to 
law reports 

Harcourt, E. H. Co., blank book 



5 00 

3 00 

13 50 

20 00 
9 82 



Hill, J., cartage 

Hubertus, Mrs., postage stamps 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
printing 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions 



1 65 

20 00 

230 62 

5 95 

12 00 



Registrar's Office. 

Salaries ($10,036.86). 

G. S. Holmsted: Twelve months salary as Senior Registrar and Referee of 

Titles 3,000 00 

A. F Maclean: Three do Junior Registrar 550 00 

W. H. Best: Six do do 959 35 

C. O. Strange: Twelve do Clerk 1,350 00 

W. H. Best: Six do Clerk of Non-Jury Sittings 833 18 

F. J. Roche: Five and one-half do do do 744 33 

W. W. Perry : Twelve do Usher and Stenographer to Judges 900 00 

R. A. Walker: do do do 900 00 

R. Lawson: do do do 800 00 



Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
strument 

Can. Law Book Co., subscrip- 
tion to Can. Law Journal . . . 

Can. Legal Directory Co., direc- 
tory 

Can. Legal Publishing Co., law 
lists and charts 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams.. 

Carswell Co., subscription to 
law reports : 

Circuit Guide Publishing Co., 
guides 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams. 

Gripton, C, dating stamp 



Contingencies ($1,007.98). 

Harcourt, E. H. Co., blank book 

15 00 and binding 

Hill, J., cartage 

10 00 Hubertus, Mrs., postage stamps 

King's Printer, distribution, 

3 00 stationery 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

15 00 printing 

19 38 Planet Bicycle Co., repairing 

messenger's wheel 

10 00 Remington Typewriter Co., in- 
spections 

18 00 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets... 

21 16 United Typewriter Co., type- 

1 75 writer, 112.50; inspections 

and repairs, 19.75 



22 82 

5 25 

73 00 

480 40 

162 97 

4 00 

7 00 
7 00 



132 25 



Weekly Court. ($1,821.33). 
Geo. M. Lee: Twelve months' salary as Registrar and Clerk 1,800 00 

B 00 



Can. Legal Publishing Co., law 

l'st 3 00 

Hill, J., cartage 80 



Hubertus. Mrs., postage stamps 
King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery 11 53 



191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



49 



900 00 



779 17 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 

Exchequer Division. ($900.00). 

Stanley Thorps: Twelve months' salary as Usher and Stenographer 

Chancery Division. 

Salaries ($779.17). 

R. Tyson: Eight and one-half months' salary as Secretary to Judges ... 

Contingenices ($112.50). 

United Typewriter Co., typewriter 112 50 

Surrogate Court. 

Sa'aries ($3,650.00). 

C. J. McCabe: Twelvemonths' salary as Surrogate Clerk 2,100 00 

W. S\ Anderson : do Clerk 1,250 00 

F. B. Reader do Stenographer (part time) 300 00 



Can. Legal Directory Co., direc- 
tory 

Can. Legal Publishing Co., law 
lists and charts 

Gripton, C, stamps and repair- 



ing 



Harcourt, E. H. Co., binding. 



Contingencies ($286.35). 



3 00 



9 00 



7 00 
54 35 



Hill, J., cartage 50 

King's Printer, filing cases, 
75.00; distribution, station- 
ery, 127.48 202 48 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 



printing 



10 02 



Commutation of Fees, Surrogate Judges and Local Masters ($39,869.71). 

His Honor Judge Ardagh: Twelve months' commutation as Surrogate Judge 585 00 

do McDonald: do do do 960 00 

do Benson: do do do 1,000 00 

do Winchester: do do do 2,600 00 

do Morgan: do do do 1,600 00 

do Morson: do do do 1,600 00 

do Price: do do do 752 00 

do Hardy: do do do 875 00 

do do (arrears, 1911) do do do 16 39 

do Doyle: do do do 1,000 00 

do Barron: do do do 87'3 00 

do McWatt: do do do 1,000 00 

do Finkle: do do do 1.000 00 

do Chadwick: do do do 1,000 00 

do Fraleck: do do . do 985 00 

do Denton: do do do 1,600 00 

do Carman: do do do 900 00 

do Klein: Twelve months' salary as Local Master 400 00 

do Barron: do do 850 00 

S. S. Lazier: do do 3,000 00 

A. M. McKinnon: Eleven do do 1,830 00 

J. W. S. Corley: Twelve do Crown Attorney, Toronto 5.500 00 

V. McNamara: do Local Master 2,000 00 

Jas. O'Reillv: Six do do 220 00 

His Honor Judge Stone: Allowance as District Judge (6 Edw. VII., cap. 19) t>00 00 

do O'Connor: do 500 00 

do Hewson: do 500 00 

do Mahaffy: do 375 00 

do Valin: do 500 00 



4 P.A. 



50 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 






Commutation of Fees, Surrogate Judges and Local Masters.— Continued. 

His Honor Judge Leask: Allowance as District Judge (6 Edw. VII., cap. 19.) 500 00 

do McCurry: do 500 00 

do Chappie: do 500 00 

do O'Leary: do 500 00 

do Kehoe: do 500 00 

do Fitch: do 500 00 

do McKay: do 500 00 

do Liddell: Allowance out of surplus surrogate fees, 1911 156 25 

do Misner: do 234 83 

do Holt: do 501 09 

do Klein: do 56 00 

do Roger: do 376 85 

do Smith: do 290 50 

do Reynolds: do 232 80 

Inspection of Legal Offices. 



Salaries ($4,400.00). 



J. W. Mallon 
W. F. Grant: 



Twelve months' salary 
do 



Inspector 2,800 00 

Clerk and Stenographer 1,600 00 



Can. Express Co., charges .... 

Can. Legal Directory Co., direc- 
tory 

Can. Legal Publishing Co., law 
list and chart 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges. 

Carswell Co., law books, 10.00; 
subscription to Weekly Re- 
porter, 10.00 

Circuit Guide Publishing Co., 
guides 

Crashley's Express, cartage. . . . 

Dom. Express Co., charges 






Contingencies ($783.33). 

2 60 Hill, J., cartage 2 90 

Hubertus, Mrs., postage stamps 40 00 

3 00 Kng's Printer, distribution, 

stationery 133 55 

3 00 Mallon, J. W., allowance for 

35 travelling expenses, 500.00; 

to pay sundries, 2.85 502 85 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

20 00 printing . 49 26 

Robinson, N., services re report 5 00 

12 25 United Typewriter Co., inspec- 

25 tion 1 50 

3 38 Wynn, G., typewriting 3 44 



Inspection of Division Courts. 

Salaries ($7,500.00). 

J. B. Macdonald: Twelve months' salary aslnspector 2,150 00 

F. W. Macqueen: do Asst. Inspector 1,700 00 

W.W.Ellis: do Clerk 1,700 00 

H. A. Locke: do do 1,300 00 

M. E. Tracy: > do Stenographer 650 00 



Bell Telephone Co., messages. . . 

Can. Legal Publishing Co., law 
list and chart 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams.. 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Ellis, W. W., trav. expenses... 

Globe Printing Co., subscrip- 
tion 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams.. 

Hubertus, Mrs., postage stamps 



Contingencies ($1,670.36). 

55 Inter. Railway Pub. Co., sub- 
scription 2 00 

4 5Q King's Printer, distribution, 

6 04 stationery 281 55 

qq Mail Printing Co., subscription 4 00 

Sfi o aa McDonald, J. B., trav. expenses 389 55 
Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

printing 4107 

5 00 Miner Publishing Co., advtg.... 3 48 
4 22 United Typewriter Co., supplies 

50 00 and inspections 14 50 



191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



51 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
Land Titles Office. 

Salaries ($12,988.43). 

J. G. Scott: Twelve months' salary as Master of Titles 4,000 00 

G.H.Muirhead: Four and one-half do Asst. Master of Titles 928 63 

W.J.Lander: Twelve do Chief Clerk 1,400 00 

W. G. Yelland: do Clerk 1,200 00 

Thos. E, Moberly: do do 1,100 00 

W.P.Young: do do 850 00 

A. W. Knight: do do 1,050 00 

E. Oassidy: do d,o 950 00 

Alice Munro: do do and Stenographer 750 00 

P. D. Ham: Seven and one-half do M-essenger 435 85 

B. iDurrant: do do 323 95 



Cadenhead, Mrs. D. M., services 

at 2.00 per diem 

Durrant, Bernard, services at 

1.662/$ per diem 

Ham, P. D., services at 2.00 per 

diem 

Oliver, Herbert, services at 2.00 

per diem 



Clerical and Stenographic Assistance ($1,838.60). 

Pollard, E., services at 2.00 per 

diem 628 00 

Renwick, M. S., services at 2.00 

per diem 26 00 

Scott, H. E., services at 2.00 
per diem 150 00 



Stationery and Contingencies ($541.78). 



Art Metropole, mounting map. 
Brown Bros., fountain pen . . . 
Canada Legal Directory Co., 

directory 

Canada Legal Pub. Co., law list 
Doust, Joseph, law forms .... 

Eaton, T. Co., almanac 

Gripton, C, stamp and supplies 
Harcourt, E. H. Co., binding.. 
Henderson Bros. & Co., rebind- 

ing book 

Hill, John, cartage 



12 


00 


196 


GO 


198 


00 


628 


00 


ry and C 




35 


3 


00 


3 


00 


3 


00 




25 




75 


6 


75 


7 


40 


1 


15 


4 


15 



King's Printer, paper, * 25.07; 
distribution, stationery, 167.97 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
printing, etc 

Ontario Directory & Map Co., 
map of York, etc 

Postmaster, postage stamps . . . 

Tarling, C. & Co., remounting 
plans 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions 

Scott, J. G., sundries 



193 04 

282 59 

11 00 

12 00 

1 75 

11 00 
60 



Registration and Index Books ($261.36). 

Harcourt, E. H. Co., blank books 214 94 King's Printer, blank books. 



46 42 



Local Masters of Titles in Districts ($5,755.75). 

His Honor Judge McOurry: Allowance as Local Master, Parry Sound 400 00 

do entering patents, 

1910-11 175 85 

J. E. Lount: do Muskoka 300 00 

do entering patents, 

1910-11 124 65 

J. M. Munro: do Thunder Bay 300 00 

do entering patents, 

1910-11 765 50 

R. E. Preston: do Kenora 400 00 

do entering patents, 

1910-11 705 05 

W. J. Keating: do Rainy River 480 00 

do entering patents, 

1910-11 238 85 

S. Fourniier: do Sudbury 600 00 

do entering patents, 

1910-11 1,265 85 



52 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued, 
Local Masters of Titles in Districts. — Continued. 



Travelling Expenses of Inspector ($160.93). 

Scott, J. G., travelling expenses 



160 93 



Registry books, forms and other Contingencies ($1,327.25). 



Bureau of Mines, lithographing 
and printing Temagami min- 
ing leases 49 50 

Can. Express Co., charges 4 82 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 66 54 
Harcourt, E. H. Co., blank 

books, binding 178 04 



King's Printer, distribution of 
stationery 856 04 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
printing 152 31 

Preston, R. E., repairing vault 
lock 2 00 

Postmaster, postage stamps ... 18 00 



Office rent, Sault Ste. Marie ($262.50). 
Calder and McKinnon, nine months' rent of office 



262 50 



Fuel, light and attendance ($307.44). 



Durno, Jas., attending fire and 

clearing snow 48 00 

Fort Frances, Town of, electric 

current 18 00 

Kenora, Town of, electric light 49 26 

Marsh, L. J., coal at 9.50 ton, 
42.18; 4 cords wood at 4.25 



cord, 17.00 59 18 

McKinnon, D. K., services as 

caretaker 1000 

Preston, S., services as care- 
taker 120 00 

Shelvin-Clark Co., wood 3 00 



Fort Frances Hardware 
stove pipe, paper, etc. 



Fittings and Furniture ($13.35). 
Co., Watson & Lloyd, cork matting. 



1 80 
Drainage Trials Act. 



11 55 



Geo. F. Henderson 
E. I. Scully: 
L. M. Sager: 



Salaries ($5,300.00). 

Twelve months' salary as Referee 3,500 00 

do Stenographer 900 00 

do do 900 00 



Contingencies ($437.85). 



Can. Express Co., charges 

Dom. Express Co., charges.... 
Henderson, Geo. F., trav. ex- 
penses 

Hill, John, cartage 



65 
1 70 

363 70 
35 



King's Printer, distribution of 

stationery 47 30 

Sager, L. M., trav. expenses... 9 35 

Scully, E. I., trav. expenses... 14 80 



Deputy Clerks of the Crown and Pleas ($16,557.00). 



J. T. Hewitt: Salary as Deputy Clerk of the Crown and Pleas, Brant 

M. Goetz: do do Bruce 

H. Pratt : do do Carleton . . 

J. A. V. Preston: do do Dufferin .. 

D. McLaws: do do Elgin 

F. Cleary: do do Essex 

T. M. Asselstine: do do Frontenac 

W. A. Bishop: do do Grey 

Jno. C Eccles: do do Haldimand 



450 


00 


450 


00 


450 


00 


450 


00 


450 


00 


450 


00 


450 


00 


500 


00 


400 


00 



1911 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



53 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 



Deputy Clerks of the Crown and Pleas.— Continued. 



W. A. Lawrence: Salary as Deputy 


J. Williams: 


do 


D. McDonald: 


do 


J. Holmes: 


do 


A. Saunders: 


do 


W. P. McEwan: 


do 


0. K. Fraser: 


do 


\V. P. Deroche: 


do 


J. Clench: 


do 


E. Weld: 


do 


C. C. Rapelje: 


do 


J. T. Field: 


do 


T. A. McGillivray: 


do 


H. Bascom: 


do 


J. Canfield: 


do 


J. B. Dixon: 


do 


N. Gilbert: 


do 


E. Sydney Smith: 


do 


Geo. J. Sherry: 


do 


J. Belanger: 


do 


H. W. Perrett: 


do 


Jno. McCosh: 


do 


J. A. McDougald: 


do 


J. M. Sootheran: 


do 


E. J. Beaumont: 


do 


J. E. Cohoe: 


do 


T. H. A. Begue: 


do 


C. V. Plummer: 


do 


T. S. T. Smellie: 


do 


W. F. Langworthy (Acting) 


do 


E. Jordan: 


do 


I. Huber: 


do 


T. J. Bourke: 


do 


J. D. Shipley: 


do 



.vn and 


Pleas, Halton 


400 00 


do 


Hastings .... 


450 00 


do 


Huron 


500 00 


do 


Kent 


450 00 


do 


Lambton .... 


450 00 


do 


Lanark 


450 00 


do 


Leeds and 






Grenville . . 


500 00 


do 


Lennox and 






Addington . 


400 00 


do 


Lincoln 


450 00 


do 


Middlesex . . . 


500 00 


do 


Norfolk 


450 00 


do 


Nor thumber- 
1 a n d and 






Durham ... 


500 00 


do 


Ontario 


424 83 


do 


do 


25 17 


do 


Oxford 


450 00 


do 


Peel 


400 00 


do 


Prince Edward 


400 00 


do 


Perth 


450 00 


do 


Peterborough. 


450 00 


do 


Prescott and 






Russell 


450 00 


do 


Renfrew .... 


400 00 


do 


Simcoe 


500 00 


do 


Stormont, Dun- 
d a s and 






Glengarry . 


500 00 


do 


Victoria 


450 00 


do 


Waterloo .... 


450 00 


do 


Welland 


532 00 


do 


Wentworth . . 


500 00 


do 


Algoma 


100 00 


do 


Thunder Bay. 


98 08 


do 


do .. 


26 92 


do 


Parry Sound. 


100 00 


do 


Muskoka .... 


100 00 


do 


Nipissing . . . 


100 00 


do 


Sudbury 


100 00 



Deputy Clerks of the Crown as Local Registrars ($7,355.50). 

J. T. Hewitt: Salary as Registrar, Brant 225 00 

M. Goetz: do Bruce 225 00 

J. A. V. Preston: do Dufferin 225 00 

D. McLaws : do Elgin 225 00 

F. Cleary: do Essex 225 00 

T. M. Asselstine: do Frontenac 225 00 

W. A. Bishop : do Grey 250 00 

Jno. C. Eccles do Haldimand 200 00 

W. A. Lawrence : do Halton 200 00 

D. McDonald : do Huron 250 00 

J.Holmes: do Kent 225 00 

A. Saunders: do Lambton 225 00 

W. P. McEwan: do Lanark 225 00 

O. K. Fraser: do Leeds and Grenville 250 00 

W. P. Deroche: do Lennox and Addington 200 00 

J. Clench : do Lincoln 225 00 

C. C. Rapelje do Norfolk 225 00 

J. T. Field: do Northumberland and Durham .. 250 00 



54: 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 



Deputy Clerks of the Crown as Local Registrars.— Continued. 



T. A. McGillivray: 

H. Bascom: 

J. B. Dixon: 

N. Gilbert: 

E. Sydney Smith: 

Geo. J. Sherry: 

J. Belanger: 

H. W. Perrett: 

Jno. McCosh 

J. A. McDougald: 

J. M. Sootheran: 

E. J. Beaumont: 

J. E. Cohoe: 

T. H. A. Begue: 

C. V. Plummer: 

T. S. T. Smellie: 

W. P. Langworthy (Acting) 

E. Jordan: 

I. Huber: 

T. J. Bourke: 

J. D. Shipley: 



Salary as Registrar, 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Ontario 212 41 

do 12 59 

Peel 200 00 

Prince Edward 200 00 

Perth 225 00 

Peterborough 225 00 

Prescott and Russell 225 00 

Renfrew 200 00 

Simcoe 250 00 

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry 250 00 

Victoria 225 00 

Waterloo 225 00 

Welland 268 00 

Wentworth 250 00 

Algoma 50 00 

Thunder Bay 49 04 

do 13 46 

Parry Sound 50 00 

Muskoka 50 00 

Nipissing 50 00 

Sudbury 50 00 



Crown Counsel Prosecutions ($9,859.40). 



Services Fall Assizes, 1911: — 

Carleton: Fripp, A. E 

Dufferin: Henry, W. D. . ., 

Elgin: Reade, W. M. 

Grey: Cameron, C. S 

Haldimand: Snider, T. A. 

Halton: Elliott, J. W. ... 

Lambton: Meredith, E. .. 

Northumberland and Durham 
Davidson, N. F 

Parry Sound: Haight, W. L. 

Peel: Morphy, W. S 

Perth: Reade, W. M 

Peterborough: Field, F. M. 

Prince Edward: MacNee, P. 

Renfrew: White, W. P. ... 

Victoria: Stinson, Thos. H. 

Wentworth: DuVernet, 
E. A 

York: DuVernet, E. E. A.. 

York: Creswicke, A. E. H. 
Services Winter Assizes, 1911-12: 

Middlesex: Young, McGregor 

Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 
garry: Hutcheson, J. A.... 

Wentworth: Gamble, H. D... 

York: Davidson, N. F 

Services Spring Assizes, 1912: — 

Brant: Hollinrake, W. A 

Bruce: Scott, J. H 

Carleton: Williams, W. H 

Dufferin: Robb, Geo 

Elgin: Green, Jno. R 

Essex: Kingston, Wm 

Frontenac: Smythe, Geo. E.. 

Grey: Evans, R. W 

Haldimand: Snider, T. A 

Halton: Elliott, J. W 

Hastings : Ponton, W. N 

Hastings: Carnew, Wm 



20 


00 


20 


00 


100 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


150 


00 


100 


00 


31 


00 


20 


00 


26 


00 


40 


00 


20 


00 


37 


00 


20 


00 


254 


00 


506 


00 


1,200 


00 


68 


00 


66 


00 


500 


00 


60 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


63 


00 


20 00 


40 


00 


86 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 



Huron: Gamble, H. D 69 40 

Kent: Meredith, E 150 00 

Lambton: Arnoldi, F 343 00 

Lambton: Bucke, J. P 30 00 

Lanark: Lavell, H. A 20 00 

Leeds and Grenville: Hilliard, 

Irwin 20 00 

Lennox and Addington: Wil- 
son, W. G 20 00 

Lincoln: Marquis, A. M 20 00 

Middlesex: Young, McGregor 180 00 

Nipissing: Creswicke, A. E. H. 110 00 

Norfolk: Reid, Frank 20 00 

Northumberland and Dur- 
ham: Kerr, W. F 20 00 

Northumberland and Dur- 
ham: Davidson, N. F 75 00 

Ontario: Roche, F. J 20 00 

Oxford: Kingston, Wm 68 00 

Parry Sound: Haight, W. L. 78 00 

Peel: Morphy, W. S 20 00 

Perth: Coughlin, J. J 20 00 

Peterborough: Field, F. M... 75 00 
Prescott and Russell: O'Brian, 

C. G 20 00 

Prince Edward: Young, E. M. 20 00 

Rainy River: Grange, A. D. 52 00 

Renfrew: White, W. R 56 00 

Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 
garry: Hutcheson, Jas. ... 162 00 
Sudbury: Blackstock, G. T... 375 00 
Thunder Bay: Langworthy, 

W. F 156 00 

Victoria: Hopkins, G. H 20 00 

Waterloo: Bowlby, D. S 20 00 

Wellington: Macdonald, A. H. 20 00 

Welland: Rose, H. A 20 00 

Wentworth: Gould, J. G 52 00 

York: Blackstock, G. T 785 00 



191112 



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55 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 



Crown Counsel Prosecutions. — Continued. 



Services Summer Assizes, 1912:- 

Algoma: Creswicke, A. E. H. 

Kenora: McGillivray, J. P.... 

Manitou'lin: Macrae, W. F. 
Services Fall Assizes, 1912: — 

Algoma: McFadden, Moses .. 

Brant: Hollinrake, W. A. ... 

Bruce: Scott, J. H 

Carleton: White, W. R 

Dufferin: Island, J. L 

Frontenac: Rigney, T. J. ... 

Grey: White, W. R 

Huron: Dickson, L. H 

Kenora: McGillivray, J. F. . . 

Kent: Mills, Walter 

Leeds and Grenville: Hilliard 
Irwin 

Lincoln: Campbell, J. S 

Middlesex: Elliott, H. B. ... 

Muskoka: Creswicke, A. E. H. 

Norfolk: Innes, H. P 

Northumberland and Durham: 





Bain, J. W 


150 00 


400 00 


Ontario: White, Peter 


332 00 


10 00 


Oxford: Kingston, W 


75 00 


10 00 


Parry Sound: Haight, W. L. 


25 00 




Perth: Makins, I. C 


20 00 


2fr 00 


Peterborough: Davidson, N. F. 


66 00 


20 00 


Prescott and Russell; O'Brian, 




20 00 


C. G 


20 00 


26 00 


Prince Edward: Davidson, N. 




20 00 


F 


99 00 


20 00 


Rainy River: George, A. D. 


50 00 


156 00 


Simcoe: Young, McGregor . . 


81 00 


20 00 


Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 




20 00 


garry: Smith, A. L 


20 00 


20 00 


Sudbury: McKessock, R. R. . 


80 00 




Thunder Bay: Gamble, H. D. 


650 00 


46 00 


Waterloo: Bowlby, D. S 


20 00 


20 00 


Welland: Rose, Hugh A 


20 00 


20 00 


Wellington: Watt, F 


20 00 


86 00 


Wentworth: Creswicke, A. E. 




20 00 


H 


394 00 



General Administration of Justice in Counties ($165,256.21). 



Brant, Foster, Albert. 

June quarter . . 870 85 

September " . . 665 19 

December " . . 1,467 78 

March " . . 780 24 



3,784 06 



Bruce, Robertson, N. 

September quarter . . 574 92 

December " . . 475 48 

March " .. 533 32 



1,583 72 



Carleton, Reilly, H. 

June quarter . . 1,815 

September " . . 1,426 

December " . . 2,481 

March " . . 1,294 



7,018 20 



Dufferin, Wheelock, C. R.. 

September quarter . . 70 34 
December " . . 327 97 

March " . . 96 50 

June " . . 255 57 



750 38 



Elgin, McCausland, Jno. 
June quarter . . 

September 
December " 

March " 



Essex, Wintemute, G. E. 
June quarter . . 

September " 
December " 

March " 



1,017 03 

1,083 17 

1,574 83 

859 05 



4,534 08 



882 51 

1,478 26 

1,342 98 

1,416 54 



5,120 29 



Frontenac, Purdy, D. 

September quarter . . 567 81 

December " . . 1,106 27 

March " .. 766 64 



2,440 72 



Grey, Parker, S. J. 

September quarter . . 671 68 

December " . . 1,358 67 

March " .. 775 53 



2,805 88- 



Haldimand, Snider, T. A. 

September quarter . . 511 57 
December " . . 224 57 

March " . . 456 18 



1,192 32 



Halton, Andrew, Geo. 

September quarter . . 463 44 

December " . . 467 50 

March " . . 324 92 

June " .. 1,066 97 



2,322 83 



Hamilton, Leckie, W. R. 

September quarter . . 450 64 

December " . . 832 20 

March " . . 778 68 

June " . . 436 27 



2,497 79 



Hastings, Mallory, B. 
June quarter 

September " 
December " 



1,295 77 
1,199 71 
1,542 04 



4,037 52 



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ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 



General Administration of Justice in Counties. — Continued. 



Huron, Holmes, Wm. 

June quarter . . 1,987 68 

September " . . 447 96 

December " . . 1,679 90 

March " . . 743 59 



Kent, Fleming, J. C. 




June quarter . . 


1,382 10 


September " 


1,660 13 


December 


1,844 59 


March 


855 20 


Lambton, Ingram H. 




September quarter . 


607 41 


December " 


1,375 73 


March 


565 39 


Lanark, Code, Jno. 




September quarter . 


536 51 


December 


912 98 


March 


224 38 


June 


540 45 



4,859 13 



5,742 02 



2,548 53 



2,214 32 



Leeds and Grenville, Jelly, R. J. 
September quarter . . 1,130 28 
December " . . 1,451 27 

March " .. 577 92 



3,159 47 



Lennox and Addington, Shannon, W. J. 
June quarter . . 229 38 

September " . . 114 68 
December " . . 587 96 

March " . . 222 20 

1,154 22 



Lincoln, Wismer C. 

June quarter . . 861 02 

September " . . 916 30 



1,777 32 



Middlesex, McEvoy, E. M. 

June quarter . . 1,202 88 

September " . . 1,063 45 
December " . . 1,402 20 



3,668 53 



Norfolk, Crysler, R. 
September quarter 
December " 

March 



444 41 
674 94 
499 48 



1,618 83 



Northumberland and Durham, MacNach- 
tan, N. F. 
June quarter . . 2,112 80 

September " . . 805 41 
December " . . 1,592 60 

March " . . 1,203 35 

5,714 16 



Ontario, McKay, D. 

March quarter . . 555 82 

June " . . 720 49 

September " .. 429 61 



1,705 92 



Oxford, Mcintosh, Robt. 

September quarter . . 499 42 

June " . . 930 72 

December " . . 444 08 

March " .. 334 96 



2,209 18 



Peel, Crawford, Robt. 

September quarter . . 388 77 
December " .. 709 55 

March " . . 567 45 

June .. " ..495 27 



2,161 04 



Peterborough, Elliott, E. M. 
June " . . 1,059 69 

September " .. 561 55 
December " .. 916 74 

March " .. 437 54 



2,975 52 



Perth, Hamilton, Geo. 

September quarter . . 858 37 

December " . . 1,126 23 

March " .. 685 35 



2,669 95 



Prince Edward, Bongard, D. L. 
September quarter . . 187 73 
December " . . 260 25 

March " .. 300 79 

June " . . 198 79 



947 56 



Prescott and Russell, Belanger. J. 
June quarter . . 488 10 

September " . . 192 53 

December " . . 401 80 

March " . . 154 85 

June " .. 608 52 



1,845 80 



Renfrew, Henderson, T. 

June quarter . . 616 03 

September " . . 606 72 

December " . . 809 60 

March " . . 759 28 



2,791 63 



Simcoe, Quinlan, D. 

June quarter . . 1,091 42 

September " . . 992 34 

December " . . 1,572 64 

March " . . 1,581 86 



5,238 26 



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57 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 



General Administration of Justice in Counties.— Continued. 

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, Davidson and Macdonnell, 

Steacey, Geo. legal services re Spring 

June quarter . . 485 16 Assizes 171 00 

September " .. 398 98 Haldimand: — 

December . . 1,242 19 Broddy, G., services re fairs, 

March " .. 653 42 10.00; expenses, 7.25 17 25 

2,779 75 Halton: — 

Toronto, Coady, R. T. Broddy, G., services re fairs, 

March quarter . . 4,249 93 5 - 00 : expenses, 2.65 7 65 

June « 5 5Q4 81 Rogers, J. E., trav. expenses 

December " '. '. 8',040 70 re fire inquest 3 25 

Sundry quarters, 1909- Huron: — 

1910 2,778 56 Broddy, G., services re fairs, 

'". ! 20,574 00 5 -°°; expenses, 6.70 11 70 

Kent: — 

Victoria, McNeille, J. R. Broddy, G., services re fairs, 

September quarter .. 494 10 30.00; expenses, 38.30 ... 68 30 

December .. 688 71 Bryce, Hon. Jas., expenses 

March .. 293 89 re extradition of Stanley 

— 1,476 70 Boyd 41 31 

Welland, Gainer, W. H. C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, 

March " . . 439 81 telegrams 10 00 

June " . . 796 59 Keating, G. P., law costs re 

September " . . 534 18 extradition of Walter 

1,770 58 Jackson 2 50 

Lambton: — 

Wellington, Reynolds, W. Broddy, G., services re fairs, 

September quarter .. 734 65 15.00; expenses, 13.25 ... 28 25 

December " .. 970 07 Lanark: r 

March • • 762 60 Broddy, G., services re fairs, 

2,467 32 30.00; expenses, 25.20.... 55 20 

Went worth, Cochrane, A. Le £ dS ",7~ 

September quarter . . 2,557 64 Broddy ' G 9 ' n A services re 

December " ..2,708 45 circus, 3 ? 0; ex P e ^ es « 

M h „ 2 ' qnq on 2.00; services re fairs, 

MarCn ' ' A909 °° g 175 09 25.00; expenses, 27.20 ... 57 20 

' Greer, Wm., trav. expenses. 81 50 

York, Macdonald, J. K. Lennox and Addington: — 

March quarter . . 371 50 Broddy, G., services re 

June " .. 326 22 circus, 6.00; expenses, 2.25 8 25 

September " .. 383 53 Middlesex: — 

1,081 25 Broddy, G., services re fairs, 

York and Toronto, Coady, R. T. ^ M i ^w^' V' 70 , ' * " ™ ™ 

Sept'r quarter . . 4,620 81 Winnett, J. W. G., legal ser- 

March " . . 5.095 54 ™ es > Rex vs ' ° Gorman > 

June <« 4fiifi^s 180.00; trav. expenses, 

September « i". 4,813 30 54 ' 00 234 0( > 

December " ..4 823 06 Northumberland and Durham: — 

' ! 23 969 29 Broddy, G., services re 

circus, 6.00; expenses, 2.00 8 00 

Other expenses in Counties. Peel: — 

Carleton: — Broddy, G., services re fairs, 

Broddy, G., services re fairs, 10.00; expenses, 4.90 14 90 

40.00; expenses, 38.45 78 45 Perth: — 

Dufferin: — Broddy, G., services re 

Bristol and Armour, legal circus, 6.00; expenses, 3.25 9 25 

services, Rex vs. Gordon. 36 05 Peterborough: — 

Broddy, G., services re fairs, Broddy, G., services re fairs, 

5.00; expenses, 3.70 8 70 25.00; expenses, 15.70 ... 40 70 

Gre y : — Prince Edward: — 

Broddy, G., services re cir- Broddy, G., services re 

cus, 9.00; expenses, 2.75.. 11 75 circus, 3.00; expenses, 1.00 4 00 



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ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
General Administration of Justice in Counties. — Continued. 



Renfrew: — 

Broddy, G., services re fairs, 
5.00; expenses, 7.85 

Perrett, H. W., services as 
auditor, 100.00; postage, 

3.00 

Simcoe: — 

Broddy, G., services re cir- 
cus, 9.00; expenses, 3.90; 
services re fairs, 15.00; 

expenses, 13.80 

Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 
garry: — 

Broddy, G., services re cir- 
cus, 6.00; expenses, 3.00; 
services re fairs, 5.00; ex- 
penses, 13.80 

Sager, L. M., services and 

expenses 

Victoria: — 

Broddy, G., services re 

circus, 3.00; expenses, 

2.00; services re fairs, 

10.00; expenses, 14.50 ... 

Waterloo: — 

Broddy, G., services re 
circus, 3.00; expenses, 1.00 
Welland: — 

Broddy, G., services re fairs, 
5.00; expenses, 6.40; ser- 
vices re circus, 9.00; ex- 
penses, 3.00 

Greer, W., trav. expenses.. 

Lang, Geo. A., trav. expenses 

Pinkerton Detective Agency, 
services re election case. . 

Scott, Wm, services as con- 
stable 

Wellington: — 

Broddy, G., services re 
circus, 3.00; expenses, 1.00 

Johnston, A. J., services 

Rex vs. Thos. Lee 

Went worth: — 

Gamble, H. D„ legal services 
Rex vs. Chilman 

Lynch-Staunton, Geo., ser- 
vices attending inquest re 
fire at Hamilton Asylum. 

Rogers, J. E., trav. expenses 
re extradition of Ogilvie. 

Stonehouse, Angus, services 

as stenographer 

York: — 

Boyd, A. B., expenses re ex- 
tradition of H. E. Sheather, 
464.40; of W. Beattie 
Nesbitt, 82.08 

Broddy, G., services re cir- 
cus, 9.00; expenses, 2.50; 
services re fairs, 30.00; 
expenses, 14.55 

Bryce, Hon. Jas., expenses 



12 85 
103 00 

41 70 



27 80 
44 75 



29 50 



4 00 



23 


40 


52 


05 


4 


70 


106 


75 


200 


00 


4 


00 


25 


00 



75 00 

100 00 

6 00 

15 50 

546 48 
56 05 



re extradition of W. J. 

Murphy 38 74 

Buckley, A. W., legal ser- 
vices re extradition of W. 

Beattie Nesbitt 350 00 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, 

telegrams 9 96 

Drayton, H. L., services Rex 

vs. Toronto Railway Co. . . 750 00 
G. N. W. Telegraph Co., 

telegrams 10 57 

Greer, Wm., trav. expenses 
re extradition of W. Beat- 
tie Nesbitt 37 49 

Miller, John, trav. expenses 6 70 

Rogers, J. E., trav. expenses 

re fire inquest, 4.50; trav. 

expenses re extradition of 

W. Beattie Nesbitt and 

Mcintosh, 176.93 181 43 

Ross, A. Carnegie, expenses 
re extradition of H. E. 

Sheather 252 00 

Stonehouse, Angus, trav. ex- 
penses re extradition of 
H. E. Sheather, 2.00; ser- 
vices as" stenographer, 

10.50 12 50 

U. S. Consul, authentication 

fee 2 00 

General: — 

Batten, R., reward for re- 
covering body of Miss 

Violet Smith 200 00 

Can. Express Co., charges. 2 15 

To make up income of Sheriffs 
for 1911 (9 Edward VII., 
cap. 6, sec. 39) : — 
Bruce: — 

Jermyn, D. M 399 41 

Dufferin: — 

Bowles, T 915 26 

Elgin: — 

McColl, D - 15 02 

Grey: — 

Moore, C. H 79 49 

Halton: — 

Webster, S 494 77 

Lanark: — 

MacMartin, D. G 593 93 

Lennox and Addington: — 

Hawley, G. D 187 14 

Norfolk: — 

Snider, F. S 445 91 

Peel: — 

Henderson, N 722 32 

Peterborough: — 

Hall, J. A 173 49 

Prescott and Russell: — 

Hagar, A 480 81 

Prince Edward: — 

Gibson, J 842 92 

Victoria: — 

McLennan, J 154 65 



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59 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 

Salary and Travelling Expenses of Bailiff and Fares of Prisoners ($8,657.30). 

J. J. Ryan: Twelve months' salary as Bailiff 1,200 00 

Brimstin, Geo. Co., repairing Simpson, Robt. Co., travelling 

handcuffs 3 00 bag 14 40 

Ryan, J. J., trav. expenses 7,305 15 T. & N. O. Railway, fares of 

Simser, P., trav. expenses 129 55 prisoners 5 20 



Railway Fares and Clothing of Discharged Prisoners, Central Prison and Mercre 
Reformatory, including Clothing of Bailiff ($8,753.44). 



Anderson, Macbeth, Ltd., cloth- 
ing 321 13 

Applegath, Jesse, hats 9 00 

Brock, W. R. Co., clothing 545 17 

C. P. R. Co., fares of prisoners 2,446 55 
Caulfield, Burns & Gibson, cloth- 
ing 416 25 

Central Prison Industries, cloth- 
ing 2,045 19 

G. T. R. Co., fares of prisoners 1,245 55 

Guinane, Jno., shoes 12 00 



Johnston, W. R. Co., clothing. 819 68 

Kilgour Bros., sacks, tags, etc. 54 37 

Lewis, Rice & Son, handcuffs.. 14 70 
Mackenzie, Thos., fares and 

clothing of prisoners 249 75 

Mercer Reformatory, clothing, 

86.75; car tickets, 5.00 91 75 

Simpson, R. Co., clothing 75 50 

T. and N. O. Ry. Co., fares of 

prisoners 406 85 



Special Services. ($300.00). 

Lynch-Staunton, Geo.: Legal services re Montreal & Georgian Bay Canal Co. 300 00 



Sheriffs' Fees, etc. ($12,734.32). 



Attendance at Court as Sheriff:- 

Brant, Ross, W. W 

Bruce, Jermyn, D. M 

,Carleton, Richardson, G. C 

Elgin, McColl, D 

Essex, D'Avignon, J. E 

Frontenac, Dawson Thos 

Grey, Moore, Chas. H 

Haldimand, McConnell, M. . . . 

Hastings, Morrison, M. B 

Huron, Reynolds, R. G 

Kent, Gemmill, J. R 

Lambton, Plintoft, Jas 

Lanark, McMartin, D. G 

Leeds and Grenville, McCam- 
mon, J. A 

Lennox and Addington, Haw- 
ley, Geo. D 

Lincoln, Dawson, T. C 

Middlesex, Cameron, D. M.... 

Norfolk, Snider, P. S 

Northumberland and Durham, 
Proctor, I. O 

Oxford, McGhee, Wm 

Peel, Henderson, N 

Perth, Magwood, Thos 

Peterborough, Hall, J. A 

Prince Edward, Gibson, Jas.. . 

Renfrew, Morris, Alex 

Simcoe, Harvey, W. M 

Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 
garry, Mack, W. R 

Toronto, Mowat, Fred 

Victoria, McLennan, Jno 

Waterloo, Motz, W. J. (act- 
ing) 



54 


00 


57 


50 


410 


50 


189 


50 


201 


50 


61 


75 


125 


50 


29 


25 


232 


50 


259 


25 


96 


75 


94 


75 


29 


00 


168 


75 


72 


50 


129 


00 


420 


50 


51 


00 


54 


50 


92 


50 


17 


50 


116 


25 


50 


00 


25 


50 


32 


50 


76 


25 


142 


50 


975 


00 


71 


00 



61 00 



Waterloo, Lackner, H. G. 

Welland, Smith, Jas 

Wellington, Allan, A. S. ... 
Wentworth, Middleton, J. T. 

York, Daville, F. T 

Attendance at Court as D.C.C. and P. a 
criers: — 
Brant, Hewitt, J. T 

do Peddie, Wm. (crier).. 

Bruce, Goetz, Matthew 

Carleton, Pratt, H 

do Bishop, J 

do Hollingsworth, G. 

(crier) 

Dufferin, Preston, J. A. V. 
Elgin, McLaws, D 

do Hopkins, J. (crier) ... 

Essex, Cleary, F 

Frontenac, Asselstine, T. M. 

do Milne, Thos 

do Bradshaw, J. W. 

(crier) 

Grey, Bishop, W. A 

Haldimand, Eccles, Jno 

do Sheppard, J. W. 

(crier) 

Halton, Lawrence, W. A 

Hastings, Williams, J 

do McKeown,W. (crier) 

Huron, McDonald, D 

Kenora, Chadwick, C. W 

Kent, Holmes, Jas 

Lambton, Saunders, Alex 

Lanark, McEwen, W. P 

Leeds and Grenville, Fraser, 

O. K 



7 


50 


67 


00 


127 


90 


163 


75 


4,054 


00 


d P. and 


28 


00 


13 


00 


24 


10 


248 


12 


16 


00 


68 


60 


20 


26 


68 


04 


33 


75 


92 


10 


28 


20 


8 


00 


9 


25 


80 


00 


24 


06 


2 


25 


12 


10 


16 


50 


49 


50 


36 


70 


24 


00 


48 


00 


72 


75 


16 


00 



40 14 



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ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 



Sheriffs' Fees, etc.— Continued, 



Leeds and Grenville, Robert- 
son, Jas. (crier) 32 50 

Lennox and Addington, De- 

roche, W. A 32 20 

Lincoln, Clench, J 12 04 

do Kennedy, P. (crier?) 14 00 

Middlesex, Weld, E 184 25 

do Cowan, R. H 52 60 

do Watterworth, B. F. 

(crier) 90 00 

Muskoka, Huber, Isaac 24 02 

Nipissing, Bourke, T. J. . . . . . 65 00 

Norfolk, Rapelje, C. C 20 20 

Northumberland and Durham, 

Field, J. T 72 63 

Northumberland and Durham, 

Wark Thos 5 00 

Northumberland and Durham, 

Nesbitt, D. J 13 25 

Ontario, McGillivray, T. A.... 32 10 

Oxford, Caulfield, Jas 24 31 

do McMullen, W. T. . . . 20 00 

Parry Sound, Jordan, E 36 15 

Peel, Dixon, J. B 32 00 

Perth, Smith, E. S 32 00 

do Campbell, Wm. (crier) 21 25 



Peterborough, Sherry, Geo. J. 52 95 

do Wood, W. (crier) 16 00 

Prince Edward, Gilbert, N. . . . 40 00 

do Hoover, J. D.. 3 00 

Prescott and Russell, Belanger, 

J 16 14 

Renfrew, Perrett, H. W 32 19 

do Warren, D. B. (crier) 10 00 

Simcoe, McCosh, J 32 00 

Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 
garry, McDougald, J. A 76 37 

Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 
garry, Ridley, J. (crier) 2 00 

Sudbury, Shipley, J. D 72 00 

Thunder Bay, Langworthy, W. 

F. (acting) 48 00 

Toronto, Henderson, J. (crier) 689 50 

do Powell, Geo. H. do 403 50 

do Brodie, A. W. do 45 00 

do Lawrie, W. P. do 76 00 

do McMullen, J. E. do 28 00 

Victoria, Sootheran, J. H 48 11 

Waterloo, Beaumont, E. J 32 00 

Welland, Cohoe, J. E 24 40 

Wellington, McKinnon, A. M.. 24 06 

Wentworth, Begue, T. H. A.. . 168 60 

do Greenfield, J. (crier) 17 25 



Seals and Other Contingencies ($38.59). 



Can. Express Co., charges 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., guides. . 

Cotter, J. R., services and ex- 
penses re transfer of books, 
etc 



1 15 

7 00 



8 20 



Dom. Express Co., charges 

King's Printer, seals, punches.. 

McRae, W. F., services and ex- 
penses re Division Court, Dis- 
trict of Manitoulin 



30 
16 00 



5 94 



Litigation of Constitutional Questions ($7,248.88). 



Arnoldi, Frank, K.C., legal ser- 
vices re question of Marriage 
law 

Blake and Redden, fees for ser- 
vices re Farquharson vs. Bar- 
nard 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams 

Irving, Sir iEmilius, K.C., pro- 
fessional services re prosecu- 
tion of persons having furs in 
their possession, etc 

Nesbitt, Wallace, K.C., counsel 
fees, costs, etc., re Corpora- 
tions, Insurance and Fisheries, 



500 00 



1,461 66 

29 61 
14 00 



125 00 



References, etc 1,652 94 

Owens, T. P., reporting argu- 
ments 175 00 

Receiver-General of New Bruns- 
wick, towards payment of 
counsel fees re Lovitt vs. The 
King 340 67 

Ritchie, Ludwig and Ballantyne, 
professional services re Far- 
quharson vs. Barnard 2,350 00 

Scullard, Thos., professional ser- 
vices re Farquharson vs. Bar- 
nard 325 00 

Stewart, A. M., professional ser- 
vices re Farquharson vs. Bar- 
nard, etc 275 00 



Provincial Police. 

Salaries ($52,370.35). 

Jos. E. Rogers: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,800 00 

Wm. Greer: do Inspector 2,050 00 

J.Miller: Eleven & three-quarters do do 1,761 65 



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61 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
Provincial Police. — Continued. 

Salaries.— Continued. 

H. Reburn: Twelve months' salary as Inspector 1,362 00 

A. B. Boyd : do do 1,400 00 

W. J. Davies: do Secretary 1,650 OK) 

Donald Kinsman: Ten do «- Messenger 250 00 

Stuart Tucker: Two do do 50 00 

Geo. Caldbick: Twelve do Divisional Inspector, Cobalt ' 1,900 00 

W. H. Mains: do do Niagara Falls 1,600 00 

M.Emmons: Eight and one j half do do Kenora .. 921 54 

Gordon MoCurdy: Three do do do .. 411 37 

Wm. H. Stringer: Twelve do Constable, Ft. William 941 66 

Chas. H. Symons: do do Pt. Arthur 1,000 00 

G. McOurdy: Eight and one-half do do Chapleau 70*7 10 

A. E. Storie: Twelve do do Sudbury 1,200 00 

F. A. Van Norman: do do Webbwood 900 00 

S. G. Flanagan: do do Siault Ste. Marie ... 1,000 00 

Jno. A. Shields: do do Little Current 900 00 

Gordon Milligan: do do Gore Bay 900 00 

D. McRae: Five do do North Bay 375 00 

John Moore: Eleven do do Schreiber 825 00 

Chas. Knight: Twelve do do Byng Inlet 1,000 00 

W. J. Connor: Nine do do Parry Sound 749 00 

S. C MoElwain: Twelve do do Muskoka 90^00 

Thos. Acton: do do Sarnia 1,000 00 

W. K. McManus: One do do Sioux Lookout: 75 00 

R. J. Markle: Twelve do do Cobalt 900 00 

J. R. Dowd: do do Bridgeburg 1,000 00 

T.D.Greenwood: do do Chippewa 1,000 00 

Patrick Kelly: do do Niagara Falls 1,000 00 

Thos. W. Delaney: do do do 900 00 

M. McNamara: do do do 1,000 00 

J. N. Pay: do do do 1,000 00 

C. Wiadsworth: do do Queenston 900 00 

K. D. Campbell: do do Ft. Frances 1,000 00 

J. D. Ovens: do do Rainy River 900 00 

J. Lefebvre: do do Latchfiord 1,200 00 

J. A. McKay: do do Cobalt 1,200 00 

J. A. Stewart: do do Cochrane 1,200 0t0 

A. T. Rowell: do do Matheson 1,200 00 

R. J. Stallwood: do do Charlton 1.000 00 

R. T. Smith do do Gowganda 1.000 00 

Chas. M. Piercy: do do Porcupine 1,000 00 

W.W.Hemingway: Nine&one-half do do Michipicoten 7iQ 38 

G. O. Grassick: Twelve do do Ignace 900 00 

E. D. Jordan: do do White River 925 OiO 

Chas. Haym,an: Ten do do North Bay 750 00 

O. Robertson: Twelve do do Cobalt and Porcupine 900 00 

E E. Orser: Ten do do Graham 750 00 

H. P. MoGrath: Eight do do Elk Lake 525 00 

W.W.Walker: Three and one-half do do Sault Ste. Marie ... 261 98 

Jas. Edwards: Three do do White River 200 00 

J as. P. Smith: Two do do Walkerville 157 05 

A. R. Nash: Two do do Windsor 125 00 

F. Lefebvre do do North Bay 125 00 

F. Strowger: Services do Sault Ste. Marie 2 12 



Bell Telephone Co., messages. . . 
Brown Bros., diaries, stationery, 

' etc 

Can. Express Co., charges 



Contingencies ($477.30). 

6 45 Can. Law Book Co., law book . . 5 50 
C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 

23 70 grams 30 35 

1 29 Circuit Guide Pub. Co., guides. . 2 50 



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No. 1 



Detective Publishing Co., sub- 
scriptions 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Globe Printing Co., subscription 
Gripton, C, rubber stamps .... 
G.N.W. Telegraph Co., telegrams 
Harcourt, E. H., Co., blank book 
House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hubertus, Mrs., postage stamps. 
King's Printer, distribution, sta- 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 



Provincial Police. — Continued, 

Contingencies.— Continued. 

tionery 113 90 

9 00 Lyon Mfg. & Sporting Goods Co., 

19 46 firearms, etc 89 45. 

5 00 Mail Printing Co., subscription. 4 00 
2 75 Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

19 74 printing, etc 12 0£ 

1 77 Rogers, J. E., to pay sundries.. 11 89- 

Toronto Railway Co., car tickets 8 00* 
1 46 United Typewriter Co., inspec- 

97 00 tions 12 00 



Accident Insurance of Officers and Constables ($489.98). 

London Guarantee & Accident Co., premiums on policies 



Uniforms for Officers ($1,627.07). 



Allan, A. A., Co., police caps 

Ames, Holden, McCready Co. 

boots 

Graham, R., badges 



338 55 

88 00 
55 00 



Tower Can. Oiled Clothing Co., 

coats and hats 

Trimble, J. H., uniforms 



91 97 
1,053 55 



489 98 



Telephones and Office Rent for Inspectors and Constables ($517.56). 
90 00 
380 76 



Anderson & Logan, rent of office 
Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
struments 

Fort William, Corporation of, 

rent of telephones 18 45 



Kenora, Town of, rent of tele- 
phones 

Port Arthur, Town of, rent of 
telephones 






13 35 
15 00 



Acton, T 

Boyd, A. B 

Caldbick, G 

Campbell, K. D. ... 
Connor, W. J. ..... 

Delaney, T. W 

Dowd, J. R 

Edwards, J 

Emmons, M 

Flanagan, S 

Grassick, G. O 

Greenwood, T. D. 

Greer, W 

Hayman, C 

Hemmingway, W. W. 

Jordan, E. S 

Kelly, P 

Knight, C. H 

Lefebvre, F 

Lefebvre, J 

Mackay, J. W 

Mains, W. H 

Markle, R. J 

McCurdy, G 

McDougall, A. T. 
McElwain, S. C. ... 



Travelling and Other Expenses ($8,318.94). 



36 80 McGrath, H. P. 

389 88 McManus, W. K. 

292 60 McNamara, M. . . 

207 02 McRae, D 

307 32 Miller, J 

43 15 Milligan, G 

45 11 Moore, J 

110 80 Orser, E. E 

231 05 Ovens, J. D 

256 87 Pay, J. N 

254 15 Piercey, CM. 

1 50 Reburn, H 

283 09 Robertson, O 

149 08 Rogers, J. E 

33 45 Rowell, A. T 

235 80 Shields, J. A 

13 38 Smith, J. P 

64 91 Smith, R. T 

27 60 Stallwood, R. J. 

285 90 Storie, A. E 

222 16 Stringer, W. H. . 

288 38 Strowger, F 

90 14 Symons, C. W. 

320 10 Van Norman, F. A. 

7 05 Wadsworth, C. . . . 

148 00 Walker, W. B. 



106 35 

47 00 

12 60 

17 85 

607 30 

62 90 

223 15 

248 85 

312 20 

7 50 

192 30 

542 61 

11 55 

122 45 

37 85 

5 45 

2 20 

71 30 

130 46 

289 37 

406 20 

7 75 

177 85 

303 56 

4 30 

22 75 



191112 



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63 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 



Revision of Statutes ($25,844.73). 



Am. Association for Labor 
Legislation, subscription .... 

Anglin, Hon. Justice, services.. 

Belleville Intelligencer, advertis- 
ing 

Berlin Record, advertising .... 

Berlin Telegraph, do .... 

Berthon, C. S., special services, 
at 7.00 per week 

Brantford Courier, advertising. 

Brockville Times, do 

Can. Law Book Co., law books. 

Carswell Co., law books 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 

Chatham Planet, advertising . . . 

Crashley, T., cartage 

Cobalt Nugget, advertising .... 

Doane Bros., cab hire 

Dymond, A. M., twelve mos. 
salary as secretary, 2,131.73; 
special services, 100.00 

Fort William Times- Journal, 
advertising 

Garrow, Hon. Justice, services. 

Goodwin, C. W., copies Ontario 
Statutes 

G. T. Ry. Co., freight charges . . 

Guelph Herald, advertising. . . . 

Hamilton Herald, do , .... 

Hamilton Spectator, do .... 

Hamilton Times, do .... 

Harman, G. F., legal services at 
200.00 per month 

Hill, J., cartage 

Howard, R. H., Co., cigars 

Jell, H. F., services, 15.00; trav. 
expenses, 9.60 

Kennin, F. N., services at 30.00 
per week 

King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery 

Kingston Standard, advertising 

Longstaffe, E., luncheons 



3 


03 


2,000 


00 


2 


90 


3 


60 


3 


20 


394 


33 


6 


30 


3 


60 


184 


00 


116 


75 




56 


3 


30 


2 


25 


1 


98 


211 


50 



2,231 73 



3 30 

2,000 00 



00 
40 
50 



10 50 
16 80 

8 40 

2,400 00 

35 

276 25 

24 60 

1,570 00 

32 92 

6 30 
447 10 



London Advertiser, advertising 

London Free Press, do 

Lowndes, R. B., services as proof 
reader at 3.50 per diem 

Macbeth, H., services at 4.00 per 
diem 

Mcllroy, S., cartage 

Meredith, Hon. Chief Justice, 
services 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
printing 

Morrison, V. R., services 

News Printing Co., advertising 

Niagara Falls Record, do.... 

Osier, Hon. Justice, services... 

Ottawa Citizen, advertising .... 

Perry, W. W., services attending 
commission at 5.00 per diem, 
625.00; preparing and furnish- 
ing copies of proceedings at 
64c. per page, 714.10 

Peterborough Review, advertis- 
ing 

Peterborough Times, advertising 

Port Arthur News, do 

Snider, Hon. Justice, services. . . 

St. Thomas Times, advertising. 

Stratford Herald, do 

Sudbury Star, do 

Teetzel, Hon. Justice, services. 

Toronto Globe, advertising .... 

Toronto Mail and Empire, ad- 
vertising 

Toronto Star, advertising 

Toronto Telegram, do 

Toronto World, do 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter, print- 
ing 

Wilkinson, W. B., twelve months' 
salary as assistant secretary, 
1,531.73; disbursements re 
Workmen's Compensation Act, 
112.96 

Woodstock Express, advertising 



5 40 
17 10 

1,099 00 

868 00 
1 00 

2,000 00 



45 00 
31 50 

4 20 
2,000 00 

6 30 



1,339 10 



3 


60 


4 


32 


4 


44 


2,000 


00 


7 


80 


3 


60 


2 


00 


2,000 


00 


37 


20 


35 


85 


25 


20 


30 


60 


37 


80 



607 50 



1,644 69 
4 20 



County Law Libraries ($2,000,00). 



Law Library: 
Brant . . . 
Bruce .... 
Carleton . 
Elgin . . . 
Essex . . . 
Frontenac 
Hamilton . 
Hastings . 
Huron . . . 
Kenora . . 



62 76 

46 86 

166 12 

69 13 

57 58 

65 95 

150 22 

51 65 

70 74 

45 29 

Kent (3 years) 202 56 



Lambton 

Leeds and Grenville 



61 19 
70 73 



Lindsay 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Renfrew 

Simcoe 

Stormomt, Dundas and Glen- 
garry 

Waterloo 

Welland 



69 


12 


119 


96 


50 


10 


40 


50 


61 


19 


61 


19 


70 


73 


73 


90 


78 


67 


57 


59 


80 


2S 


115 


99 



64 



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No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 

Shorthand Reporters ($17,717.00). 

A. H. Crawford: Three months' salary as Reporter 

E. Neild: Nine do do 

A. J. Henderson : Four do . . do 

J.E.Henderson: Eight do do 

R.Tyson: Three and one-half do do 

J. Buskard: Eight and one-half do do 

E. E. Horton: Twelve do do 

F. V. Dickson: do do 

N. R. Butcher: do do 

H. J. Emerson: Eleven do do 

A. F. Dowry: One do do 

J. Agnew : Twelve do do 



525 00 

1,575 00 

700 00 

1,400 00 

612 50 

1,487 50 

2,100 00 

2,100 00 

2,100 00 

1,925 00 

175 00 

2,100 00 



Agnew, J., trav. expenses to 

Parry Sound 9 75 

Buskard, J., trav. expenses to 
Port Arthur, 145.05; trav. ex- 
penses to Parry Sound, 11.50; 
trav. expenses to North Bay, 
22.25; trav. expenses to Sud- 
bury, 25.00 203 80 

Butcher, N. R., to pay assistant, 
20.00; trav. expenses to Sault 
Ste. Marie, 66.75 86 75 

Dickson, F. V., trav. expenses to 
North Bay, 16.10; trav. ex- 
to Port Arthur and Brace- 
bridge, 84.85; trav. expenses 
to .Sudbury, 22.35 123 30 

Emerson, H. J., trav. expenses 

to North Bay 25 30 



Henderson, J. E., trav. expenses 
to Sudbury and Sault Ste. 
Marie, 66.05 ; trav. expenses to 
to Parry Sound, 10.05 76 10 

Horton, E. E., trav. expenses to 
Port Arthur, 71.75; trav. ex- 
penses to Sudbury, 22.25; trav. 
expenses to Sault Ste. Marie, 
36.00 130 00 

Jones, G. R., trav. expenses to 
Gore Bay, 19.95; trav. ex- 
penses to Bracebridge, 11.25. 31 20 

McHaffie, W. D., services 6 00 

Lowry, A. F„ trav. expenses to 

Kenora and Fort Frances . . . 112 30 

United Typewriter Co., type- 
writer 112 50 



Maintenance, Osgoode Hall ($12,109.18). 

Salaries, Engineer, Firemen and Caretaker ($2,543.12). 

T. J. Cunerty: Twelve months' salary as Engineer 1,100 00 

Cuth Sendall: do Fireman 60'0 00 

K. MciKenna: do Caretaker 450 00 

W. D. Davidson : Seven do Fireman '. . . . 393 12 



Fuel, light and water ($9,238.10). 



Burns, P. & Co., coal at 5.00 ton, 
37.13; coal at 5.90 ton, 
5,889.86; coal at 6.10 ton, 
30.04; coal at 6.75 ton, 
1,720.37; slabs at 6.00 cord,' 
29.50; wood at 7.00 cord, 
10.50; wood at 8.00 cord, 21.00 7,738 40 

Consumers' Gas Co., gas 824 88 

Fayle, V. P., meals re weighing 
coal 45 90 



Grenadier Ice Co., ice 

Sundry newspapers, advertising 
re tenders for fuel 

Toronto Electric Light Co., elec- 
tric light 

Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 
electric light 

Toronto Railway Co., car tickets 



19 


75 


36 


50 


210 


31 


357 
5 


36 

00 



Armstrong, F., Co. 

supplies 

Bell Telephone Co., moving in- 
strument 

Catto, J., & Son, damask tabling 
Cunningham, J., removing snow 
Godard, W. P., upholstering . . . 
Godden, C. P., brooms, brushes, 
etc 



Furniture and 

electrical 



5 00 



1 90 

16 63 

20 00 

137 00 



7 60 



incidentals ($327.96). 

Harrison, Mrs., repairing cur- 
tains 1 50 

Hill, J., cartage 2 30 

Murray-Kay Co., mats, rugs, etc. 35 38 

Office Specialty Co., chairs 16 50 

Simpson, R., Co., flannelette and 

towels 41 65 

United Typewriter Co., chair 

and cabinet 42 50 



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65 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued 



District of Algoma ($25,968.60). 

General Administration and Salaries ($22,547.31). 

J. T. McKay: Twelve months' salary as Police Magistrate L500 00 

D. M. Brodie: do do 1,000 00 

T. E. Williams: do do 1,000 00 

W. H. Carney: do Sheriff and Treasurer 1,200 00 

M. McFadden: do Clerk of Peace and Dist. Attor- 
ney (including rent) 500 00 

C. V. Plummer: do Clerk, District Court (including 

rent) 900 00 

Jno. Hearst: do Gaoler, Sault Ste. Marie 741 67 

Catherine Hearst: do Matron, do 200 00 

S. E. Fleming, M.D.: do Surgeon, do 200 00 

Brodie, D. M., trav. expenses . . . 327 78 Edwards, J. E., board of wit- 
Carney, W. H., Treasurer: — nesses 6 30 

Expenditure Dec. qr. 4,010 46 Graham, W. H., services as con- 
Mar, qr. 2,616 81 stable at 25.00 per month 100 00 

June qr. 4,063 74 King's Printer, distribution, sta- 

Sept. qr. 2,362 41 tionery 181 40 

Accountable 1,300 00 Kirk, W. J., services as constable 

14,353 42 at 50.00 per month 200 00 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., guide ... &0 Lay, G. S., services as constable 

Dom. Express Co., charges 11 24 at 50.00 per month 125 00 



Gaol Maintenance ($3,421.29). 



"arney, W. H., Treasurer: — 
Expenditure, Dec. qr. 862 05 
Mar. qr.. 1,313 94 



June 

Sept. 



qr. 
qr. 



618 36 
626 94 



3,421 29 



District of Thunder Bay ($23,111.58). 



General Administration and Salaries ($19,363.52). 



. W. O'Brien: Twelve 

do 
E. Depew: 
J. O'Connor: 

do 
W. Thompson: 
S. T. Smellie: 
V. F. Langworthy: 

do Three 

'hos. Penfold: Twelve 
fettie Penfold: 
. J. H. Chipman, M.D.: 
I H. Bagley: 



months' salary as Police Magistrate 1,500 CO 

do allowance for rent 200 00 

do Police Magistrate 1,200 00 

do do 1,200' 00 

do arrears 225 00 

do Sheriff and Treasurer 1,200 00 

do Clerk, District Court 441 37 

do Clerk Peace and Dist. Attorney. 250 00 

do Acting Local Registrar 121 13 

do Gaoler, Port Arthur 900 00 

do Matron, do 300 00 

do Surgeon, do 250 00 

do Gaoler, Nepigon 200 00 



27 



ircuit Guide Pub. Co., guide., 
'om. Express Co., charges .... 
'arrance & Jenkinson, badge. . 
iarcourt, E. H., Co., blank 

books, etc 

I ing's Printer, distribution, sta- 

i tionery 326 

|hompson, A. W., Treasurer: — 

Expenditure, Dec. qr. 3,441 40 



50 
19 
50 



Mar. qr.. 3,291 38 
June qr. 3,425 60 



162 50 



95 



10,158 38 
Less accountable, 

1911 2,600 00 



7,558 38 
Accountable 3,300 00 



-10,858 38 



5 P.A. 



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No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued 
District of Thunder Bay. — Continued. 

Gaol Maintenance ($3,748.06). 



Thompson, A. W., Treasurer: — 

Expenditure, Dec. qr. 1,571 72 

Mar. qr.. 1,301 22 



June qr. 875 12 



-3,748 06 



District of Kenora ($15,560.42). 

General Administration and Salaries ($13,688.32). 

Edward Reith: Twelve months' salary as Police Magistrate 600 00 

A. C. Vaughan : do do 750 00 

C.J.Hollands: do do 600 00 

Allan McLennan : do do 1,000 00 

J. W. Humble: do Sheriff: 1,000 00 

C. W. Chadwick: Nine do Registrar and Clerk, Dist. Court 700 00 

do allowance for rent 65 00 

J.F.McGillivray: Twelve do Clerk and Dist. Attorney 250 00 

Robt. Nairn : do Treasurer 150 00 

D. G. McKinnon: do Gaoler, Kenora 600 00 

Christina McKinnon : do Matron, do 200 00 

S. S. Scovil, M.D.: do Surgeon, do 200 00 

L. C. McPhail : One and one-half do Turnkey 93 00 



Circuit Guide Pub. Co., guide. . . 50 June qr. 2,652 99 

Dom. Express Co., charges 14 41 

Grassick, G., to pay interment 5,821 03 

unknown man 3 00 Less accountable, 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., blank 1911 1,600 00 

books 5 86 

King's Printer, distribution, sta- 4,221 03 

tionery 95 52 Accountable 2,950 00 

Nairn, R., Treasurer: — 

Expenditure, Dec. qr. 2,238 94 Sundry persons, jurors' fees ... 
Mar. qr. 929 10 

Gaol Maintenance ($1,872.10). 

Nairn, R„ Treasurer: — June qr. 228 13 

Expenditure, Dec. qr.. 560 75 

Mar. qr. 1,083 22 



7,171 03 
190 00 



1,872 10 



District of Nipissing ($24,988.00). 



General Administration and Salaries ($21,250.35). 

S\ Atkinson: Twelve months' ©alary as Police Magistrate 1,700 00 

S. J. Dempsey: do do 500 00 

H. Hartman: do do 750 00 

do do allowance for trav. exps 350 00. 

H. C. Varin: do Sheriff and Treasurer 1,000 00 

T. E. McKee: do Clerk Peace and Dist. Attorney.. 250 00 

T. J. Bourke: do Clerk, Dist. Court 450 00 

W. J. Bailey: do Gaoler, North Bay 600 00 

Amelia J. Bailey: do Matron, do 175 00 

A. F. Ranney, M.D.:^ do Surgeon, do 150 00 

Broddy, G., services, 12.00; ex- Can. Express Co., charges 1 00 

penses re circus, 5.00 : 17 00 Circuit Guide Pub. Co., guide. . . 50 

Breuls, Dr. R. M., professional Dom. Express Co., charges 5 70 

services re Vitrelli 10 75 Hanley, W. J., legal services 10 00 



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67 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued, 



District of Nipissing.— Continued. 



General Administration and Salaries.— Continued. 



King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery 

McBlroy, R., services as con- 
stable at 25.00 per month . . . 

Motta, F., services translating, 
35.00; trav. expenses, 9.00 ... 

O'Brian, J. D., legal services... 

Rogers, J. E., trav. expenses . . . 

Varin, H. C, Treasurer: — 
Expenditure, Dec. qr. 2,768 61 
Mar. qr.. 2,011 89 
June qr. 4,222 33 



128 60 

50 00 

44 00 
16 40 
38 06 



Sept. qr. 2,325 51 



11,328 34 
Less accountable, 

1911 1,150 00 



10,178 34 
Accountable 4,650 00 



"Whitton, J. E., services as con- 
stable at 25.00 per month 



14/828 34 
175 00 



Gaol Maintenance ($3,737.65). 



Varin, H. C, Treasurer: — 
Expenditure, Dec. qr. 967 37 
Mar. qr.. 978 47 



June 
Sept. 



qr. 437 33 
qr. 1,354 48 



W. H. Spencer: 
D. E. Bastedo: 
J. Huber: 
Thos. Johnson: 
D. Macdonald: 
Alice Macdonald: 
P. B. McGibbon: 



District of Muskoka ($7,982.43). 

General Administration and Salaries ($7,342.87). 

Twelve months' salary as Police Magistrate 

do Sheriff 

do Clerk, Dist. Court 

uo Clerk Peace and Dist. Attorney. 

do Gaoler, Bracebridge 

do Matron, do 



do 



Surgeon, 



Broddy, G., services, 3.00; ex- 
penses re circus, 1.00 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., guide. . 

(King's Printer, distribution sta- 
tionery 

Lount, J. E., Treasurer: 
Expenditure, Sept qr...825 26 
Dec. qr. 1,160 90 



4 00 

1 64 

50 

173 26 



do 

March qr 582 68 

June qr 1,356 25 



3,925 09 
Less acc'table, 1911 ..3,254 62 



670 47 
Accountable 3,693 00 



3,737 65 



600 00 
750 00 
450 00 
250 00 
500 00 
100 00 
150 00 



4,363 47 



Gaol Maintenance ($639.56). 



Lount, J. E., Treasurer: 
Expenditure, Dec. qr...385 71 
Mar. qr...203 69 



June qr 50 16 



639 56 



fames Farrer: 
3. Armstrong: 
TV. L. Haight: 

Jordan : 
'has. McArthur: 
as. Manson: 
lartha Manson: 



District of Parry Sound ($11,979.62). 

General Administration and Salaries ($10,242.60). 

Twelve months' salary as Police Magistrate 600 00 

do Sheriff 750 00 

do Treasurer, Clerk of Peace and 

Dist. Attorney 550 00 

do Clerk, Dist. Court 450 00 

do Police Magistrate 350 00 

do Gaoler, Parry Sound 600 00 

Nine do Matron, do 75 00 



68 



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No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
District of Parry Sound.— Continued. 

General Administration and Salaries. — Continued. 

M. Gibson: Twelve months' salary as Turnkey, do 500 00 

M. H. Limbert, MjD.: do Surgeon, do 150 00 

Tbos. Daniels: Five do Gaoler, Burk's Falls 93 75 

Grace J. Daniels: do Matron, do 18 75 

B. Moore : Twelve do Gaoler, Byng Inlet 300 00 

Less acc'table, 1911 ..3,200 00 



Broddy, G., services, 9.00; ex- 




penses re circus, 3.00 


12 00 


Can. Express Co., charges .... 


37 


Circuit Guide Pub. Co., guide.. 


50 


Dom. Express Co., charges .... 


1 95 


Haight, W. L., Treasurer: — 




Expenditure, Dec. qr.. 2,360 19 




Mar. qr. . 582 42 




June qr.. 1,807 21 




Sept. qr.. 971 00 





2,520 82 

Accountable 3,200 00 

5,720 82 

King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery 58 71 

Rogers, J. E., trav. expenses as 

prov. coroner 10 75 






5,720 82 



Gaol Maintenance ($1,737.02). 



Haight, W. L., Treasurer: — 
Expenditure, Sept. qr. 932 94 
Dec. qr. . 281 32 



Mar. qr. 
June qr. 



328 44 
194 32 



1,737 02 



District of Manitoulin ($6,794.38). 

General Administration and Salaries ($6,301.37). 

W, H. Price: Twelve months' salary as Police Magistrate » 1,200 00 

do do allowance for rent 100 00 

J. H. Fell: do Sheriff 950 00 

W. F. McRae: do Treasurer 150 00 

W. R. Abrey: do Registrar of Deeds and Master of 

Titles 600 00 

C. C. Piatt: do Clerk, Dist. Court 850 00 

M. McFadden: Six do Clerk Peace and Dist. Attorney.. 195 00 

D. F. McRae: Six do do do . . 125 00 

S. Cronkhite: Twelve do Gaoler, Gore Bay 300 00 

Ellen M. Cronkhite: do Matron, do 100 00 

D. de Lamorandiere: do Gaoler, Killarney 100 00 

S. Walker: do do Manitowaning 200 00 






Bryce, Hon. Jas., expenses re 

extradition of F. D. Root 51 04 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., guide. . . 50 
Dom. Express Co., charges .... 65 
Gore Bay Recorder, advertising 10 50 
King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery 55 21 

McRae, W. F., Treasurer: — 
Expenditure, Dec. qr. 826 43 
Mar. qr. . 218 87 



June qr.. 572 34 
Sept. qr.. 295 83 



Less acc'table, 1911 



1,913 47 

1,000 00 



913 47 

Accountable 400 00 



1,313 47 



Gaol Maintenance ($493.01). 



McRae, W. F., Treasurer: — 
Expenditure, Dec. qr. . 115 96 
Mar. qr.. 315 74 



June qr. 
Sept. qr. 



45 73 
15 58 



493 01 






191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



69 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
District of Sudbury ($16,753.86). 



General Administration and Salaries ($13,134 47). 

T. E. Godson: Three months' salary as Police Magistrate £49 00 

A. Irving: Twelve do Treasurer and Sheriff 950 00 

J. F. Cleary: Nine do Clerk of Peace and Dist. Attorney 187 50 

R.R. McKessock: Three do do do .. 62 50 

J. D. Shipley: Twelve do Clerk District Court 450 00 

T. Keaney: do Gaoler, Sudhury 550 00 

Bridget A. Keaney: do Matron, do 200 00 

Thos. E. Evans: Three do Engineer, do 180 00 

W. H. Howey, M.D. : do Surgeon, do 37 50 

Alex. McRae: do Gaoler, Webbwood 37 50 



Bristol & Armour, legal services, 
Rex. v. Nash, 100.00; ex- 
penses, 34.90 134 90 

Broddy, G., services, 9.00, ex- 
penses re circus, 2.50 11 50 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., guide. . . 50 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 1 60 

Gauthier, G. H., legal services, 
Rex v. Russell 25 00 

Henderson, V. E., analysis of 
powders, Rex v. Russell 20 00 

Irving, A., Treasurer: — 
Expenditure, Dec. qr.. 1,914 36 
Mar. qr.. 2,198 23 



June qr.. 3,013 73 



7,126 32 
Less acc'table, 1911 ..1,300 00 



5,826 32 
Accountable 3,900 00 



9,726 32 

King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery 218 25 

Minthorn, Dr. H. L., services 

and expenses as coroner .... 90 40 

Sudbury Star, advertising .... 2 00 



Gaol Maintenance ($3,619.39). 



Irving, A., Treasurer: — 
Expenditure, Dec. qr.. 1,587 83 
Mar. qr. .1,396 62 



June qr.. 634 94 



3,619 39 



District of Rainy River ($10,505.61). 

General Administration and Salaries ($9,395.50). 

W. A. Baker: Twelve months' salary as Sheriff 750 00 

A. D. George: do Clerk of Peace and Dist. Attorney 250 00 

do do Allowance for rent 100 00 

W. H. Elliott: do Clerk District Court 450 00 

Geo. Stethem: do Treasurer 200 00 

W. Lowe: do Gaoler, Fort Frances 450 00 

Mary J. Lowe: do Matron, do 200 00 

H. McDonald: do Gaoler, Atikokan 150 00 

J.R.Gilbert: do do Mine Centre 300 00 

Eaker, W. A., trav. expenses... 2 65 Stethem, G., Treasurer: — 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., guide. . . 50 Expenditure, Dec. qr.. 1,109 60 

£ „ ' n r« March qr 1,042 28 

Dom. Express Co., charges 2 50 June qr. ..2 611 20 

King's Printer, distribution, sta- Accountable 3,046 52 

tionery 21 25 

7 809 60 
Mosher, J. B., board for prisoner 4 50 Less acc'table, 1911 . .1,300 00 
Rawn, T., do 4 50 6,509 60 



Gaol Maintenance ($1,110.11). 



Stethem, G., Treasurer: — 

Expenditure, Dec. qr.. 367 49 
Mar. qr.. 175 16 



June qr.. 567 46 



1,110 11 



70 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 

Provisional County of Haliburton ($1,459.16). 

W. Fielding: Ten months' salary as Police Magistrate 674 36 

J. H. Delamere: Two do do 121 70 

Hugh McMillan: Twelve do Junior Judge 400 00 

E.C.Young: do Registrar 200 00 

R. C. Garratt: Three do Gaoler 62 50 

Police Magistrate, Bridgeburg and Fort Erie ($500.00). 

J. G. Ruthven: Twelve months' salary as Police Magistrate 500 00 



Total Administration of Justice ..$674,390.79 



EDUCATION. 



Rural Public and Separate Schools.— Counties ($465,642.71). 



Treasurer, County of: — 

Public. 

Brant 7,821 00 

Bruce 16,266 07 

Carleton 9,351 02 

Dufferin 7,944 50 

Elgin 11,198 80 

Essex 11,458 90 

Frontenac 12,435 72 

Grey 19,459 

Haldimand 7,220 

Haliburton 6,470 

Halton 5,511 

Hastings 19,810 

Huron 17,755 

Kent 14,800 

Lambton 16,684 

Lanark 7,176 

Leeds & Grenville 13,481 
Lennox & Adding- 

ton 7,189 

Lincoln 6,823 



Separate. 

'985 66 
737 20 



1,944 00 
1,242 50 



20 


479 00 


50 




60 




50 


...... V . 


32 


352 50 


10 


810 00 


25 


588 00 


57 


87 00 


59 


45 20 


95 


24 00 


65 


194 00 


45 





Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Northumberland & 

Durham . 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Peel 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Prescott & Russell 
Prince Edward . 
Renfrew ....... 

Simcoe 

Stormont, Dundas 

and Glengarry. 

Victoria 

Waterloo 

Welland 

Wellington 

Wentworth 

York 



Public. 

20,609 85 

8,823 24 

16,377' 10 
11,583 20 

13.128 30 
7,740 50 

11,957 50 
10,040 50 
4,219 66 
4,346 OOi 
11,120 40 
17,734 50 

17,313 12 
11,99.1 85 

10,624 80 

7,588 95 

14,594 50 

10.129 00 
20,856 00 



Separate. 
380 00 
137" 00 

347 00 
137 00 

'6700 

715 50 

32 00 

3,506 20 

985*90 
274 00 

686 55 
134 00 
538 00 

475*50 



General Grants — Urban Public and Separate Schools. 

($119,325.50). 



-Counties and Districts. 



Treasurer, City of: — 

Public. Separate. 

Belleville 773 00 160 00 

Brantford 1,906 00 247 00 

Chatham 764 00 171 00 

Fort William . . . 1,352 00 494 00 

Guelpih 1,080 00 271 00 

Hamilton 6,284 00 1,055 00 

Kingston 1,33000 354 00 

London 3,778 00 524 00 

Niagara Palls ... 714 00 91 00 



Public. 

Ottawa 3,583 00 

Peterborough . . . 1,262 00 

Port Arthur . 936 00- 

St. Catharines . . 966 00 

St. Thomas 1,205 00> 

Stratford 1,093 00 

Toronto 29,529 00 

Woodstock ..:... 833 00 
Windsor 1,071 00 



Separate. 

4,115 00 
464 00 
245 00 
232 00 
158 00 
212 00 

3,966 00 

69 

558 



00 



1911-12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



71 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Urban Public and Separate Schools— Continued. 



Treasurer, Town of: — 



Alexandria . . . 

Alliston 

Almonte 

Amherstburg . 

Arnprior 

Aurora 

Aylmer 

Barrie 

Berlin 

Blenheim 

Blind River . . 

Bonfield 

Bothwell 

Bracebridge . . 
Bowmanville . 

Brampton 

Brockville . . . 
Bruce Mines . 
Cache Bay . . . 
Campbellford 
Garleton Place 
Chelmsford . . 

Chesley 

Clinton 

Cobalt 

Cobourg 

Cochrane 

Collingwood . . 
Copper Cliff . 

Cornwall 

Deseronto .... 

Dresden 

Dryden , 

iDundas 

Dunnville 

Englehant 

Essex 

Forest 

Fort Frances . . 

Gait 

Gananoque 

Goderich 

Gore Bay 

Gravenhurst . . 

Haileybury 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Hawkesbury . . 

Hespeler 

Huntsville 

Tngersoll 

Kearney 

Keewatin 

Kenora 

Kincardine 

Latch ford 

Leamington . . . 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

Little Current 

Massey 

Matheson 

Mattawa 



00 

00 



Public. 

20 00 
116 00 
163 00 

98 00 
225 00 
163 00 
186 00 
498 00 
1,025 00 
110 00 

68 00 
4 00 

67 00 
268 00 

235 00 
281 00 
649 00 

60 00 
36 00 

286 00 

323 00 

2 00 

155 00 

203 00 
254 00 
368 00 
227 00 
627 00 
245 00 
226 
179 
148 00 

78 00 
313 00 
281 00 

59 00 
121 00 
129 00 
118 00 
87<3 00 
332 00 
380 00 

61 00 
207 00 

204 00 

236 00 
146 00 

57 00 

243 00 

211 00 

374 00 

27 00 

101 00 

364 00 

235 00 

30 00 

240 00 

519 00 

209 00 

100 00 

52 00 

16 00 

22 00 



Separate. 
181 00 



62 

131 
147 


00 
00 
00 


76 

346 


00 
00 


1.18 00 
38 00 








186 00 


35 


00 




41 


00 




172 00 
108 00 


53 


00 


348 00 






57 


00 








50 00 

51 00 


49 


00 




121 


00 




354 


00 





59 00 
13 00 
13 00 
85 00 



159 00 



27 00 
145 00 



Meaford 

Midland 

Milton 

Mitchell 

Mount Forest . 

Napanee 

New Liskeard . 
Newmarket . . . 

Niagara 

North Bay 

North Toronto 

Oakville 

Orangeville . . . 

Orillia 

Oshawa 

Owen Sound . . 
Palmerston .... 

Paris , 

Par kh ill 

Parry Sound . . , 

Pembroke , 

Fenetanguishene 

Perth 

Petrolia 

Picton 

Port Hope 

Powassan 

Prescott 

Preston 

Rainy River . . . 

Renfrew 

Ridgetown 

Rockland ...... 

St. Mary's 

Sandwich 

S'arnia 

S'ault Ste. Marie 

Seaforth 

Simcoe 

Smith's Falls . . 
Southampton . . . 

Stayner 

Steelton ... 

Strathroy 

Sturgeon Falls . 

Sudbury 

Thessalon 

Thornbury 

Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Trenton 

Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill . . . 

Walkerton 

Walkerville 

Wallaceburg .... 

Waterloo 

Webbwood 

Welland 

Whitby 

Wiarton 

Wingham 



00 
00 



Public. 
258 00 
379 00 
149 00 
152 OO 
157 00 
240 00 
220 00 
262 00 
154 00 
426 00 
466 00 
187 00 
210 00 
486 00 
579 00 

1,028 00 
164 00 
348 00 
.100 00 
269 00 
299 00 
330 00 
184 
315 
284 00 
429 00 
57 00 
173 00 
274 00 
120 00 
202 00 
190 0.0 
18 00 

"8500 
730 00 
794 OO 
160 00 
323 00 
549 00 
152 00 
83 00 
238 00 
265 00 

59 00i 

182 00 
166 00 

63 00 
136 00 

50 00 
247 00 
287 00 
142 00 

71 
172 
233 00 
222 00 
316 00 

60 00 
458 00 

183 00 
203 00 
222 00 



00 
00 



Separate. 







' ' ' 'is 


00 


14 
34 


00 
00 


337 


00 


24 


00 


93 00 
49 00 
79 00 


35 
20 


00 
00 


182 


00 


116 


00 


25 


00 





88 00 

73 00 

60 00 

123 00 



250 00 
36 00 
121 00 
158 00 
155 00 
30 00 









115 


00 


126 
20'5 


00 
00 




56 
79 


00 
00 


80 00 


85 

100 

66 


00 
00 
00 


113 


00 




22 


00 





72 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Urban Public and Separate Schools — Continued. 



Treasurer, Village of: 



Acton 

Ailsa Craig . . . 
Alvinston 

Arkona 

Arthur 

Athens 

Ayr 

Bancroft 

Bath 

Bayfield 

Beamsvi'lle . . 
Beaverton . . . 
Belle River . . 

Beeton 

Bloomfield . . . 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon . . 

Bolton 

Bradford 

Bridgeburg . . 
Brighton .... 

Brussels 

Burk's Falls . 
Burlington . . 
Caledonia . . . 
Cannington . . 

Cardinal 

Casselman . . . 

Cayuga 

Chatsworth . . 
Chesterville . . 
Chippawa . . . 

Clifford 

Cobden 

Colborne .... 
Coldwater . . . 
Courtwright . 
Creemore .... 

Delhi 

Drayton 

Dundalk 

Dutton 

Eastview .... 
Eganville .... 

Elmira 

Elora 

Embro 

Erin 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls 

Fergus 

Finch 

Flesherton . . . 
Fort Erie .... 
Garden Island 
Georgetown . . 

Glencoe 

Grand Valley 

Grimsby 

Hagersville . . 
Hastings .... 



Public. Separate. 

150 00 

52 00 

72 00 

40 00 

51 00 45 00 

73 00 

74 00 

63 00 

32 00 

45 00 

82 00 

90 00 

49 00 

58 00 

55 00 

61 00 

87 00 

61 00 

84 00 

147 00 

117 00 

94 00 

95 00 

148 00 

77 00 

95 00 

104 00 

5 00 61 00 

67 00 

33 00 

53 00 20 00 
67 00 

54 00 

66 00 

94 00 

54 00 

34 00 

55 00 

66 00 

69 00 

54 00 

73 00 

115 00 134 00 

52 00 48 00 
186 00 

89 00 20 00 

43 00 

46 00 

136 00 

112 00 

132 00 7 00 

38 00 

24 50 

130 00 

14 00 

155 00 

75 00 

62 00 

ltt 00 

94 00 

44 00 25 00 





Public. 


Havelock 


125 00 


Hensall 


70 00 


Hepworth 


36 00 


Holland Landing. 


31 00 


Humberstone .... 


72 00 


Iroquois . 


72 00 


Jarvis 


55 00 


Kemptville 


108 00 


Killaloe Station. . 


23 00 


Kingsville 


112 00 


Lakefield 


123 00 


Lanark 


63 00 


Lancaster 


53 00 


L'Orignal 


101 00 


Lucan 


67 00 


Lucknow 


94 00 


Madoc 


92 00 


Markdale 


78 00 


Markham 


90 00 


Marmora 


76 00 


Maxville 


73 00 


Merrickvile 


89 00 


Merritton 


110 00 


Millbrook 


73 00 


Milverton 


68 00 


Mimico 


102 00 


Morrisburg 


142 00 


Neustadt 


43 00 


Newboro 


44 00 


Newburgh 


44 00 


Newbury 


42 00 


Newcastle 


54 00 


New Hamburg . . . 


143 00 


Norwich 


105 00 


Norwood 


73 00 


Oil Springs 


58 00 


Omemee 


64 00 


Paisley 


70 00 


Point Edward .... 


78 00 


Port Carling .... 


27 00 


Port Colborne . . . 


132 00 


Port Dalhousie . . . 


67 00 


Port Dover 


100 00 


Port Elgin 


106 00 


Port Perry 


112 00 


Port Rowan 


65 00 


Portsmouth 


42 00 


Port Stanley 


58 00 


Richmond 


38 00 


Richmond Hill . . . 


64 00 


Rodney 


66 00 


Shallow Lake .... 


45 00 


Shelburne 


100 00 


South River 


57 00 


Springfield 


43 00 


Sterling 


78 00 


Stouffville 


90 00 


Streetsville 


49 00 


Sundridge 


52 00 


Sutton 


59 00 


Tara 


49 00 



Separate. 



26 00 



15 00 



23 00 



34 00 



16 00 



191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



73 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Urban Public and Separate Schools. — Continued. 



Tavistock 




Public. 
84 00 


Teeswater . . 
Thamesville 
Thedford . . . 
Tiverton . . 




73 00 
67 00 
49 00 
32 00 


Tottenham . 
Tweed . 




48 00 
86 00 


Victoria Harbor.. 

Vienna 

Wardsville 

Waterdown 

Special Grants, 


130 00 
30 00 
20 00 
65 00 

Urban Pi 



Separate. 



39 00 



Waterford . 
Watford . . . 
Wellington 
West Lome 
Weston .... 
Westport . . 
Winchester 
Woodbridge 
Woodville . 
Wroxeter . . 
Wyoming . . 



Public. Separate. 

99 00 

98 00 

72 00 

71 00 

144 00 10 00 

40 00 38 00 

100 00 

50 00 

46 00 

33 00 

51 00 



Urban Public and Separate Schools.— Counties and Districts 

($54,251.75). 



Treasurer, School Board, 
City of: — 



Public. 
250 00 
625 00 
260 00 

1,125 00 
442 50 



Belleville 

Brantford .... 

Chatham 

Fort William . 

Guelph 

Hamilton 2,252 50 

Kingston 515 00 

London 1,425 00 

Niagara Falls 200 00 

Ottawa 1,872 50 

Peterborough ... 565 00 

Port Arthur . 840 00 

St. Catharines ... 310 00 

St. Thomas 457 50 

Stratford 340 00 

Toronto 9,805 00 

Woodstock 265 00 

Windsor 447 

Treasurer, School Board, 
Town of: — 
Alexandria . . . 

Alliston 

Almonte 

Amherstburg . 

Arnprior 

Aurora 

Aylmer 

Barrie 

Berlin 

Blenheim .... 
Blind River . . 

Bonfield 

Bothwell 

Bowmanville . . 
Bracebridge . . 
Brampton .... 
Brockville .... 
Bruce Mines . . 
Cache Bay, . . . 
Campbellford . 
Carleton Place 

Chelmsford 

Chesley 48 25 



50 



15 00 

60 00 

97 50 

75 00 

127 50 

90 00 

120 00 

236 25 

545 00 

75 00 

100 00 

37 50 

15 

112 

280 00 

150 00 

401 25 

81 25 

71 88 

112 50 

157 50 



00 
50 



Separate. 
20 00 
10 00 
35 00 

305 00 
15 00 

110 00 
60 00 

170 00 
25 00 

565 00 

120 00 

205 00 
27 50 
30 00 
20 00 

382 50 
30 00 

100 00 



15 00 

20 00 
18 75 
52 50 



15 00 
30 00 

9500 
25 00 



18 75 



Clinton 

Cobalt 

Cobourg 

Cochrane , 

Collingwood ... 

Copper Cliff 

Cornwall 

Deseronto 

Dresden 

Dryden 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Englehart 

Essex 

Forest 

Fort Frances . . 

Gait 

Gananoque .... 

Goderich 

Gore Bay 

Gravenhurst . . . 
Haileybury 262 50 



Public. 

150 00 

332 50 

157 50 

18 75 

273 75 

155 00 

180 00 

101 25 

67 50 

100 00 

165 00 

105 00 

75 00 

82 50 

75 00 

80 00 

386 25 

153 75 

225 00 

123 75 

200 00 



56 25 



Hanover 

Harriston .... 
Hawkesbury . 
Hespeler .... 
Huntsville . . . 
Ingersoll .... 

Kearney 

Keewatin . . . 

Kenora 

Kincardine . . 
Latchford . . . 
Leamington . 
Lindsay .... 

Listowel 

Little Current 

Massey 

Mathieson . . . 

Mattawa 

Meaford 

Midland 

Milton 

Mitchell 

Mount Forest 



82 50 

67 50 

22 50 

135 00 

195 00 

180 00 
25 00 

181 25 
495 00 

97 50 
90 62 
97 50 

285 00 
90 00 
93 75 

106 25 
25 00 
12 50 

150 00 

270 00 
52 50 

135 00 
90 00 



Separate. 

77 50 
45 00 

30 00 

'7500 



30 00 



15 00 



100 00 



15 00 



15 00 
25 00 
25 00 
10 00 



75 00 



25 00 
80 00 



15 0j 



74 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Special Grants, Urban Public and Separate Schools.— Continued, 



Napanee 

New Liskeard . . . 

Newmarket 

Niagara 

North Bay 

North Toronto . . . 

Oakville 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Oshawa 

Owen Sound 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Parry Sound 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene . 

do Protestant sep- 
arate school . 

Perth 

Petrolea 

Picton 

Port Hope 

Powassan 

Prescott 

Preston 

Rainy River 

Renfrew 

Ridgetown 

Rockland 

St. Mary's 

Sandwich 

Sarnia 

Sault Ste. Marie. . 

Seaforth 

(Simcoe 

Smith's Falls 

Southampton .... 

Stayner 

Steelton ^ 

Strathroy 

Sturgeon Falls . . 

Sudbury 

Thessalon 

Thornbury 

Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Trenton 

Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill .... 

Walkerton 

Walkerville 

Wallaceburg 

Waterloo 

Webbwood 

Welland 

Whitby 

Wiarton 

Wingham 



Public. Separate. 

165 00 

167 50 

142 50 15 00 

52 50 

485 00 220 00 

273 75 

97 50 30 00 

150 00 

232 50 30 00 

206 25 

585 00 37 50 

82 50 

142 50 

52 50 15 00 

405 00 

165 00 52 50 

63 75 

56 25 

127 50 45 00 

195 00 

120 00 15 00 

210 00 

100 00 

82 50 15 00 

142 50 22 50 

105 00 

142 50 15 00 

75 00 

15 00 

15 00 

30 00 

442 50 45 00 

740 00 70 00 

75 00 15 00 

127 50 

227 50 

67 50 

22 50 

257 50 72 50 

157 50 

115 00 90 00 

240 00 130 00 

130 00 

37 50 

67 50 22 50 

37 50 15 00 

153 75 

120 00 30 00 

82 50 

30 00 

120 00 

135 00 

120 00 

172 50 

93 75 

202 50 

75 00 

67 50 

97 50 



Treasurer School Board, 



Village of: — 






Public. 


Acton 


98 00 


Ailsa Craig 


50 00 


Alvinston 


66 00 


Arkona 


41 00 


Arthur 


75 00 


Athens 


97 00 


Ayr 


75 00 


Bancroft 


50 00 


Bayfield 


25 00 


Beamsville 


82 00 


Beaverton 


75 00 


Beeton 


50 00 


Belle River 


, 


Bloomfield 


16 00 


Blyth 


66 00 


Bobcaygeon . 


60 00 


Bolton 


91 00 


Bradford 


75 00 


Bridgeburg . 


. 145 50 


Brighton 


78 50 


Brussels 


95 50 


Burk's Falls 


. 162 50 


Burlington 


116 00 


Caledonia 


. 100 00 


Canningtoh . 


91 00 


Cardinal 


66 00 


Cayuga 


50 00 


Chatsworth . 


37 50 


Chesterville . . . . 


75 00 


Chippewa 


53 50 


Clifford 


66 00 


Cobden 


16 00 


Colborne 


100 00 


Coldwater 


50 00 


Cartwright 


50 00 


Creemore 


25 00 


Delhi 


75 00 


Drayton 


41 00 


Dundalk 


50 00 


Dutton 


57 00 


Eastview 


57 00 


Eganville 


49 00 


Elmira 


98 00 


Elora 


100 00 


Embro 


50 00 


Erin 


41 00 


Exeter 


. 116 00 


Fenelon Falls . . . 


99 00 


Fergus 


. 75 00 


Flesherton 


37 50 


Finch 


16 00 


Fort Erie 


53 50 


Georgetown .... 


141 00 


Glencoe 


57 00 


Grand Valley . . 


50 00 


Grimsby 


. 132 50 


Hagersville 


82 00 


Hastings 


50 00 



Separate. 



25 00 



50 00 



8 00 



16 00 



191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



75 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Special Grants, Urban Public and Separate Schools.— Continued. 



Havelock 

Hensall 

Hepworth 

Holland Landing. 

Humberstone 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kemptville 

Killaloe Station.. 

Kingsville 

Lakefield 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

L'Orignal Protest- 
ant sep. school. 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Madoc 

Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 

Maxville 

Merritton 

Millbrook 

Milverton 

Mimico 

Morrisburg 

Neustadt 

Newboro 

Newburg 

Newcastle 

New Hamburg . . . 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 

Paisley 

Point Edward 

Port Carling 

Port Colborne 

Port Dalhousie . . . 



Public. Separate. 

116 00 

75 00 

50 00 

25 00 

50 00 

140 00 

56 00 

50 00 

16 00 

112 50 

57 00 

25 00 

25 00 



16 00 

50 00 

75 00 

91 00 

100 00 

50 00 

56 00 

20 50 

73 00 

66 00 

64 00 

122 00 

148 00 

32 00 

25 00 

41 00 

61 50 

107 00 

100 00 

112 50 

32 00 

15 00 

91 00 

75 00 

43 75 

122 00 

66 00 



25 00 



Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Perry 

Port Rowan 

Portsmouth 

Port Stanley 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill . . . 

Rodney 

Shallow Lake 

Shelburne 

South River 

Springfield 

Sterling 

Stouffville 

Streetsville 

Sundridge 

Sutton 

Tara 

Tavistock 

Teeswater 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Tiverton 

Tottenham 

Tweed 

Victoria Harbor. . 

Vienna 

Wardsville 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Watford 

Wellington 

West Lome 

Weston 

Westport 

Winchester ...... 

Woodbridge 

Woodville 

Wroxeter 

Wyoming 



Public. Separate. 

75 00 

103 50 

95 50 

16 00 

25 00 16 00 

90 00 

50 00 

75 00 

36 50 

30 00 

113 00 

87 50 

57 00 

41 00 

91 00 

66 00 

62 50 

57 00 

8 00 

57 00 

70 00 

66 00 

40 00 

41 00 

25 00 

66 00 50 00 

50 00 

65 00 

25 00 

100 00 

41 00 

107 00 

41 00 

33 00 

175 00 25 00 

66 00 50 00 
150 00 

57 00 

24 00 

16 00 

40 00 



To Supplement Grants to Urban Schools in New Districts ($10,000.00). 



The Treasurer, School Board, 
City of: — 





Public. i: 


Separate. 


Fort William . . 


. 195 


50 


85 19 


Port Arthur . . . 


. 195 


50 


85 19 


Town of: — - 








Blind River . . . 


. 195 


50 


85 19 


Bonfield 


. 195 


50 


85 19 


Bracebridge . . . 
Bruce Mines . . . 


195 


50 . 




195 


50 . 




Cache Bay 


195 


50 


85 19 


Chelmsford . . . 


195 


50 


85 19 


Cobalt 


. 195 
195 


50 
50 . 


85 19 


Cochrane 




Copper Cliffe . . 

Dryden 

Englehart 

Fort Frances . . . 


195 


50 




195 


50 . 




195 


50 




195 


50 


85 19 



Public. Separate, 

Gore Bay 195 50 

Gravenhurst 195 50 

Haileybury 195 50 

Huntsville 195 50 

Kearney 195 50 

Keewatin 195 50 

Kenora 195 50 

Latchford : 195 50 

Little Current ... 195 50 

Massey 195 50 

Matheson 195 50 

Mattawa 195 50 

New Liskeard .... 195 50 

North Bay 195 50 

Parry Sound 195 50 

Powassan 195 50 

Rainy River 195 50 85 19 





85 


19 


85 
85 
85 


19 
19 
19 




85 


19 


85 
85 
85 


19 
19 

19 





76 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



ToSu 

J 
Sault Ste. Marie. . 
Sioux Lookout . . . 


EDI 
pplement 

°ublic. 8 
195 50 
195 50 . 
195 50 
195 50 
195 50 
195 50 . 
195 50 . 

nd Separa 

lie 

Grant. Eq\ 
190 00 
190 00 
137 50 

165 00 

162 50 

45 00 

130 00 

85 00 

187 50 

121 00 
167 50 
105 00 
115 00 
190 00 
210 00 
180 00 
145 00 
157 50 
175 00 
145 00 
335 00 
245 00 
245 00 
165 00 
165 00 
165 00 
165 00 

67 50 

67 50 

165 00 
145 00 
132 50 
130 00 
217 50 
260 00 
194 00 
140 00 

121 50 
180 00 
150 00 
140 00 

155 00 


JCATION. 
Grants, Ui 

eparate. 
85 19 


— Continued. 

ban Schools. — Continued 

J 
Village of: — 

Burk's Falls 

Port Carling 


°ublic. 8 

195 50 . 
195 50 . 
195 50 . 
195 50 . 

,11), 

Grant. Eqi 

140 00 
157 50 

137 50 

140 00 

155 00 
206 00 
345 00 
162 50 
125 00 
155 00 
150 00 
187 50 
190 00 
197 50 
89 00 
150 00 
120 00 

200 00 
187 50 
122 50 
142 50 
185 00 
190 00 
165 00 
130 00 
197 50 
145 00 

95 50 

Public 

170 00 
130 00 
487 00 

138 00 
145 50 
105 00 
150 00 
117 50 
159 50 
220 00 
165 00 

201 50 
189 00 
179 00 


eparate. 




Steelton 


85 20 
85 19 
85 19 






Sturgeon Falls . . . 


Sundridge 

South River 

New Districts ($105,961 

3 Parkinson and 

Grassett 

1 Patton 

1 Plummer 






Sudbury 






Thessalon 


tipment. 


Webbwdod . 






Public a 

Algoma. — Trustees Pub 
School: 
1 Aberdeen 


te Schools, 

tipment. 
17 50 


2 do 


18 
12 

22 


00 
00 

00 


1 Aird Island .... 


17 

22 
24 
17 


01 
50 
00 
00 


1 Bright and Glad- 
stone 

1 Day and Glad- 
stone 


U 1 Plummer, Rose 
and Plummer 
addl 

2 Plummer and 
Rose 

1 Prince 


3 Day, Gladstone 


and Bright .... 


20 
23 
20 
18 
17 
17 


00 
50 
00 
00 
50 
00 




1 St. Joseph . . 

2 do 




2 do 






1 Galbraith and 






3 do 




Houghton 

1 Gaudette and Hod- 


4 do 








5 do 




gins 


1 Shedden . . . 

2 do 




1 Hilton 


20 
16 
17 


00 
50 
50 






3 do 


1 Spragge 

1 Tarbutt 

2 do 








6 do 

1 Jocelyn 

2 do 


18 
19 
18 
18 
23 
24 
23 


00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
00 
00 






1 Torentorus . 

2 do 




4 do 






1 John Island ...'.*. 






2 Thessalon . . 

3 do 




1 Johnston 


21 00 
17 75 
16 00 
25 00 
20 00 
24 75 
28 00 
24 00 
24 00 
16 00 


2 do . . . •. 


4 do 




3 do 


1 Thompson . . 

2 do 




4 do 






1 Korah 

3 do 


1 Victoria .... 

2 do 




21 
22 


97 
67 


4 do 


1 Wells 

3 do 




1 Laird 


22 


00 


2 do and Tarbutt 

3 Laird 

1 Lefroy, Kirkwood 

and Thessalon. . 


Trustees R. G. 8. 8. 
Section : — 
1 Merritt 

Manitoulin. — Trustees : 
School: — 
3 Allan 

1 Assiginack 

2 do 


2 Lefroy, Kirkwood 
and Thessalon. . 










1 Lefroy and 

Plummer addl. . 

3 Lefroy 


21 
23 
20 
15 


00 
00 
00 
45 


4 do 

1 Lewis 


20 
31 
19 
13 
15 
23 
18 
29 


00 
50 
70 
85 
35 
15 
00 
66 


1 Long 


3 do 




1 McDonald 






4 do 




2 do 


5 do 




3 do 






6 do 




3 do and Aber- 






7 do 




deen addl 


1 Barrie Island 

1 Billings and Allan 

2 do do 

1 Burpee 

2 do 


4 McDonald 






1 Michipicoten .... 






3 do 

2 Parkinson and 


11 


00 






Gladstone 


3 Burpee and Mills. 







1911 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



77 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Public and Separate Schools, New Districts.— Continued. 



1 Campbell 

2 do 


Grant. Equ 
165 00 
155 00 
228 50 
189 50 
63 00 

179 50 
210 00 
120 00 
210 00 
155 00 
140 00 
200 00 
165 00 
112 60 
183 50 
115 10 
230 00 

160 00 
130 00 
147 00 
133 00 
145 00 
135 00 
130 00 
220 00 
215 00 
165 00 
165 00 
165 00 

180 00 
130 00 
235 00 
175 00 

220 00 
202 50 
172 00 
190 00 
232 50 
150 00 
170 00 

161 00 
75 00 

189 50 
206 25 
155 00 
n* 00 

172 00 
120 50 

106 50 
157 50 
225 00 
210 00 
195 00 

107 50 
140 00 
150 00 . 

173 00 . 
150 00 . 
187 50 . 
110 00 
155 00 . 


ipment. 


4 
5 
6 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
3 
4 
6 
7 
8 
2 
3 
4 
5 
8 
9 
10 
1 
2 
2 
4 
6 
7 
8 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
2 
3 
5 
6 
6 
1 
2 
4 
3 
5 
1 
2 
3 
5 
1 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
7 
8 
9 
10 
U2 
2 

a 

4 
5 
6 
7 


Franklin 

do 

do 

Freeman 

McLean 

do 

Macaulay 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Medora 

do 

do (2 schools) 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Monck 

do (2 schools) 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do (2 schools) 

Morrison 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Muskoka 

do 

do .... 

do (2 schools) 

do 

Oakley 

do 

do 

Ridout 

do 

Ryder 

do 

do 

do 

Sinclair 

Stephenson 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Stisted 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


Grant. Equ 
34 Ou . 

9 95 

141 00 

49 00 

207 50 
147 50 

171 00 
195 00 
150 00 
159 00 

159 00 
170 00 
182 50 

92 50 

165 00 

153 00 
109 00 

90 00 

93 50 
64 00 

120 50 
130 00 
132 00 
82 00 
102 50 
169 00 
262 50 
192 00 
177 00 
138 00 
152 00 
177 00 

154 00 

160 00 
150 00 
160 00 
190 00 
230 00 

172 50 
215 00 
102 50 

127 50 
185 00 

166 00 

208 00 

155 50 
105 00 

144 50 
314 50 
160 00 
175 50 

145 00 
92 00 

177 50 
219 00 
150 00 
210 00 
213 00 . 

128 00 . 

169 00 . 
160 00 

170 00 . 
204 00 . 


ipment. 








3 do 








4 do 








1 Carlyle 

1 Carnarvon 

2 do 

3 do 

6 do 

1 Cockburn Island.. 

2 do 


13 

27 
20 
21 
15 


90 
97 
54 
84 
40 


24 20 
20 40 


1 Dawson 








1 Gordon and Allan 

2 do do 

4 do do 

5 do do 

2 Howland 

3 do 


17 
22 
20 
16 


84 

75 
88 
20 


"28*75 
24 65 
35 35 
20 90 
18 90 


4 do 






17 50 


5 do 






15 40 


6 do 






20 50 


7 do 






22 50 


8 do 






22 00 


1 Mills 


21 


75 


20 25 


1 Robinson 


21 40 


1 Rutherford 

1 Sanfield 


14 


60 


23 00 
45 50 


2 do 








4 do 

1 Tehkummah 








2 do 








3 do 








4 do 

Muskoka: — 

2 Brunei 








3 do 








4 do 








5 do 








6 do 








7 do 






17 40 


1 Cardwell 






17 60 


2 do 








4 do 








5 do 








1 Chaffey 








3 do 






23 50 


5 do 








6 do 








7 do 








8 do 








9 do 








10 do 








1 Draper 








2 do 








3 do 








4 do 








5 do 








6 do 








8 do 








9 do 








2 Franklin 

3 do 


21 


40 





78 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Public and Separate Schools, New Districts. — Continued. 



( 

1 Watt 


Irant. Eqn 

160 00 

158 00 

70 50 

125 00 

194 00 
150 00 
140 00 
134 00 
180 00 

75 00 
163 00 
132 50 

170 00 

blic 

245 50 

217 50 

80 00 

155 00 

150 00 

215 00 

205 00 

90 00 

110 00 

150 00 

417 00 

455 70 

80 00 

80 00 

90 50 

92 50 

275 00 

205 00 

255 00 

172 50 

182 50 

145 00 

145 00 

85 00 

195 00 
120 00 
219 50 

219 00 
172 00 
217 50 
131 00 

220 00 
192 50 

75 00 

130 00 
195 00 
120 00 
120 00 
162 50 
162 50 
147 50 
210 00 
182 50 
125 00 


ipmi 


',nt. 


1 Ferris 


Grant. Equipment. 

177 50 

133 00 

141 50 

170 00 

14 00 

78 00 

80 00 

75 00 

90 00 17 75 
190 00 25 00 
130 00 18 50 

185 00 

160 00 

150 00 

252 50 27 00 

190 00 

215 00 

167 50 

205 00 16 75 

162 50 20 75 
155 00 19 75 
120 00 21 75 
160 00 

168 00 

180 00 

150 00 

85 00 

1 

228 00 

235 00 31 37 

155 00 

180 00 

115 00 

90 00 

225 00 

185 50 

200 00 

210 00 

150 00 

80 00 

207 50 21 75 

210 00 

187 50 26 00 

197 50 

232 50 

220 00 

120 00 35 00 

200 00 

197 50 

187 50 

130 50 13 50 ! 

C. 8. 8. 
185 00 

79 00 

124 00 

83 50 15 50 

163 50 

225 00 ; 

! 


2 do 






3 do 

4 do 

1 Field 

2 do 

3 do 

1 Gibbons and Bas- 

tedo 

2 Gibbons and Bas- 

tedo 

Gowganda 

1 Harris 

1 Harley 

1 Hilliard 

2 do 

3 do 

Hudson Consoli- 
dated 

1 Hugel 

2 do 

1 Ingram 

1 James 

1 Kerns 

2 do 

3 do 

1 Kirkpatrick 

2 do 

3 do 

4 do 

5 do 

1 Lyell and Murchi- 

son 


3 do 






4 do 






5 do 






6 do 






7 do 






1 Wood 






2 do 






3 do 






4 do 






5 do 






Trustees, R. C. 8. 8.: — 
1 Baxter 






Nipissing. — Trustees Pu 
School: — . . 

1 Airy 

2 do 










1 Armstrong 

2 do .... 


22 


25 


2 Badgerow 

2 Bonfield 










3 do 






1 Bowman 

2 Brethour 

2 Bucke 


23 
15 
22 
26 

27 
17 
25 
15 
17 


00 
00 
50 
50 
18 
95 
40 
33 
40 


4 do 

1 Caldw.ell 

2 do 

3 do 


4 do 

5 do 


2 Lyell and Murchi- 
son 


1 Calvin 


1 McPherson 

1 Maisonville 

1 Mattawan 

1 Nichol 

2 Papineau 

4 Springer 

1 Stewart 

1 Taylor 

2 do 

1 Teck 

Temagami 

1 Tisdale 


2 do 






4 do 






1 Cameron .... 






2 do 






1 Casey 

2 do 










1 Chamberlain .... 






2 do 






1 Chisholm 






2 do 






4 do 






5 do 






1 Whitney 

2A Widdifield 

2B do 

3 do 

4 do 

5 do 

6 do 

7 do 

8 do 

Nipissing. — Trustees R. 

1 Appelby 

2 do 

2 Balfour 

2 Blezard 

1 Bonfield 

2A do 


1 Clergue 

2 do 


30 


00 


3A Coleman 

SB do 

4 do 


16 


75 


1 Crerar and Gib- 
bons 






1 Dack 


25 
23 
16 
25 
23 
20 
26 
18 
19 


50 
00 
75 
25 
50 
00 
75 
00 
25 


2 do 

3 do 

2 Dymond 

3A do 

3B do 


4 do 

1 Evanturel 

:2 do 



1911 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



79 



EDUCATION— Continued. 

Public and Separate Schools, New Districts.— Continued. 

Grant. Equipment. Grant. Equipment. 



2B Bonfield 


213 CO 






2 Croft 


160 00 




4 do 


187 50 






3 do 


90 00 




5 do 


82 50 






1 Ferguson 

U 1 Ferrie 


172 50 




4 Bucke 


274 50 
40 00 


22 
16 


30 
60 


159 00 
165 00 




1 Caldwell 


2 Foley 




2 do 


78 50 


21 


75 


3 do 


167 50 




1 Capreol 


271 00 






4 do 


147 50 




3 Casey 


118 00 


20 


40 


1 Gurd and Pringle 


170 00 


21 20 




6 00 






2 do 


155 00 




2 do 

1 Chapleau 


151 50 






3 Gurd and Nipis- 
sing 






676 50 


44 


20 


219 00 




1 Cosby 


168 00 






U 1 Hagerman 


260 00 




2 do 


150 00 






2 do 


183 50 




3 Denison 


293 00 


38 


30 


3 do .... 


144 00 




1 Dunnett and Rutter 


133 00 


33 


45 


4 do 


96 00 






133 00 






5 do 


180 00 




3 do 


89 40 






1 Hardy 


170 00 




4 do 


115 50 






1 Harrison 


60 00 


13 80 


1 Gibbons 


149 00 






3 N Himsworth 


169 50 


21 17 


1 Grant 


148 00 






4 do 


635 50 


41 39 


2 Hugel 


16 20 






1 S. Himsworth . . . 


142 50 


13 46 


1 McPherson 


14 00 






2 do 


159 00 


14 78 


1 McPherson and 








3 do 


137 50 


13 73 


Caldwell 


40 00 






4 do 


158 00 


16 64 


2 Martland 


65 60 






5 do 


190 00 


21 45 




122 40 






6 do 


389 50 


28 39 


2 do 


90 00 






9 do 


149 50 


8 72 


1 Papineau 

2A do 


109 00 






1 Humphrey (2 

schools) 

2 do 






75 00 






192 00 


33 60 


2B do 


158 20 






90 00 


16 78 


2 Rayside 

3 do 


124 50 






4 do 


99 00 


15 20 


135 00 






6 do 


136 00 


19 15 


1 Springer 

2 do 


149 50 






7 do 


252 50 


38 25 


137 50 






8 do 


80 00 


11 60 


3 do 


108 30 






1 Joly 

1 Laurier 


105 00 


15 30 


5 do 


33 30 






133 00 




2 Widdifield 


170 00 






2 do 


259 00 












3 do 


165 00 




Parry Sound. — Trustees 


Public 






1 Lount 


175 00 




School: — 








2 do 


135 00 




Ul Armour 


148 50 


27 


95 


1 McConkey and 






3 do 


95 00 


22 


55 


Wilson 


327 00 


32 88 


4 do .... 


105 00 


24 


15 


2 McConkey and 






5 do 


89 40 


16 


79 


Wilson 


145 00 




6 do 


157 50 


30 


95 


U 2 McDougall 


170 50 




7 do 


47 50 


3 


30 


3 do 


147 50 




2 Bethune 


76 50 


15 


50 


U 4 do 


152 50 




3 do 


102 50 






5 do 


157 50 
155 00 
242 50 
187 50 
175 00 
205 00 
190 00 




1 Burton 


160 00 






6 do 




U 1 Carling 


160 00 






1 McKellar 




2 do 


175 00 






3 do 




4 do 


180 00 






4 do 




8 do 


165 00 






5 do 




1 Chapman 


352 50 


36 


05 


6 do 




2 do 


90 00 


17 


20 


1 McKenzie 


95 50 


13 60 


3 do 


84 00 


21 


00 


U 1 McMurrich 


265 50 




4 do 


120 00 


24 


05 


U 2 do 


107 50 




1 Christie 


215 00 






3 do 


95 00 
72 50 

112 50 
30 00 

170 00 




2 do 


185 00 






4 do 




3 do 


232 50 






5 do 




5 do 


175 00 
175 00 






1 Machar 




J 1 Croft 






U 3 do 





80 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 





EDUCATION.- 


-Continued. 








Public and Separate Schools, 


New Districts. — Continued. 






Grant. Equipment. 




Grant. Equipment. 


4 Machar . 


215 00 




4 Dobie 


182 50 




U5 do 


170 00 




1 Eton and Wain- 






6 'do 


223 00 




wright 


180 00 




7 do 


212 50 




1 Gold Rock 


104 00 


15 56 


1 Mills . . . 


150 50 


12 29 


1 Ignace 


170 00 


29 58 


2 Mills and Pringle 203 00 




1 Jaffray 


155 00 


25 43 


1 Monteith 


155 00 

181 00 




5 Lash 


445 00 
154 00 


36 74 

19 66 


2 do 


10 do 


3 do 


80 00 




1 McCrossen 


33 00 


12 46 
'23*77 


4 do 


175 00 

195 00 


'2440 


3 Mather 


165 00 
170 00 


1 Mowat . . . 


1 Morley 


1 Nipissing 


-235 00 


16 13 


7 do 


153 00 


28 00 


3 do 


135 00 


20 08 


8 do 


214 50 


22 80 


5 do 


244 50 


16 32 


9 do 


29 00 


17 26 


1 Patterson 


215 00 




1 Mutrie 


107 50 




2 Perry . . . 


165 00 . 




1 Pellatt 


209 00 




3 do 


27 00 




2 do 


95 00 




4 do 


62 50 




1 Roddick 


165 00 


22 94 


5 do 


135 00 




1 Sandford 


201 00 


21 74 


6 do 


80 50 




1 Savanne 


115 00 




7 do 


153 00 




1 Shenston 


107 50 




8 do 


257 50 




5 do 


182 50 




3 Pringle and Gurd 212 50 




1 Southworth 


128 25 


10 39 


1 Proudfoot 


152 50 

105 00 


20 60 


6 Tait 


98 00 
180 00 




1 Ryerson . 


7 do 


2 do 


145 00 


23 05 


1 Wabigoon 


65 00 


19 34 


3 do 


115 00 


18 24 


1 Wainwright 


210 00 




4 do 


137 50 


19 70 


1 Woodyatt 


182 50 


26 91 


5 do 


100 00 


16 62 


1 Worthington .... 


111 50 


21 00 


6 do 


115 00 


15 55 


2 do 


135 00 


12 00 


U 1 Spence . . 


165 00 . 




1 Zealand 


70 00 




2 do 


175 00 




2 do 


201 25 




4 do 


90 00 










1 Strong . . . 


130 00 


22 45 


Rainy River. — Trustees R. G. S. S. 


- 


2 do 


125 00 


16 40 


6 Dilke 


40 00 





3 do 


105 00 


12 35 


1 Morley 


120 00 




5 do 


130 00 


21 35 








6 do 


47 50 


17 30 


Sudbury — Trustees Public 




1 Wallbridge 


522 50 


37 00 


School: — 






2 do 


180 00 . 




1 Appleby 

2 do 


170 00 
156 00 




Parry Sound — 


-Trustees R. C. S. S 


— 


2 Balfour 


73 50 





2 Nipissing 


150 00 . 




3 do 

4 do 


205 00 
185 00 


f 


Rainy River. — 


Trustees Public 




5 do 


62 50 




School: — 






1 Biscotasing 


302 '50 





1 Atikokan . 


158 50 


8 54 


2 Baldwin 


160 00 





1 Aubrey . . 


167 50 


16 66 


1 Blezard 


123 00 


12 15- 


1 Aylsworth 


96 00 


21 77 


2 do 


169 00 


13 14 


3 Blue 


175 00 


14 17 


1 Broder 


175 00 . 




4 do 


140 00 


19 60 


2 do 


190 00 




1 Burriss . . 


142 50 


21 97 


1 Capreol 


160 00 . 




2 do 


112 50 


20 63 


2 do 


155 00 . 




1 Carpenter 


140 00 


24 51 


1 Carter 


256 50 




2 do 


132 00 


17 54 


1 Casimer 


225 50 . 




3 do 


120 00 


13 20 


1 Chapleau 


682 50 


50 30 


2 Crozier . . 


104 50 


11 77 


1 Denison, Drury 




21 75 


3 do 


114 50 


11 77 


and Graham . . . 


210 00 


1 Devlin . . . 


170 00 


27 46 


2 Denison, Drury 






2 do 


172 50 


24 14 


and Graham . . . 


185 00 


23 49 


3 do 


177 50 


26 35 


3 Denison, Drury 






6 Dilke 


175 00 


16 84 


and Graham (2 




: 


2 Dobie 


152 50 . 




schools) 


697 50 


30 64. 






191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



81 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Public and Separate Schools, New Districts.— Continued. 



Grant. Equipment. 

4 Denison, Drury 

and Graham ... 60 00 

5 Denison, Drury 

and Graham ... 105 00 13 27 

6 Denison, Drury 

and Graham ... 132 50 14 90 

7 Denison, Drury 

and Graham ... 170 00 21 06 

1 Dryden 125 00 17 30 

1 Dunnet 215 00 

2 do 135 00 

4 do 161 00 

3 do 140 00 

5 do 135 00 

6 do 57 50 

1 Garson ^ 174 00 

2 do 174 00 

3 do 250 00 ....... 

1 Hagar 205 00 

2 Hallam and 6 

May 167 50 

3 Hallam 177 50 

1 Hanmer 143 00 

2 do 135 00 

1 Hutton 175 00 

1 Jennings 160 00 

1 McKim 100 00 

4 do 88 75 

5 do 155 00 

1 Martland 159 00 

2 do 212 50 

1 Merritt 85 00 24 14 

1 Nairn and Lome. 175 00 21 79 

1 Neelon 188 00 

2 do 200 50 

3 do 183 00 

2 Rayside 130 00 

3 do 133 00 

4 do 125 00 

1 Salter 155 00 

3 Salter and May.. 185 00 

4 Salter and May 

and No. 116... 262 50 

5 Salter and May . . 167 50 

7 do do . . 193 50 

1 Snider and 

Q*eighton 240 00 14 50 



19 15 



5 85 



1 Snider 

Waters 

1 White River . 



and 



Grant. Equipment. 



130 00 
220 00 



Sudbury. — Trustees R. G. S. S — 
1 Merritt 77 50 



Thunder Bay. — Trustees Public 
School: — 

1 Conmee 87 50 

2 do 85 50 

1 Dorion 162 30 

2 do 175 00 

1 Gillies, Scoble 

and Pearson . . . 164 50 

2 Gillies 220 00 

3 do 220 00 

1 Gorham and Ware 85 00 

1 Jack Pish 235 00 

1 Lybster 190 00 

1 Mclntyre and 

Gorham 62 50 

1 Mclntyre 50 00 

2 do 187 50 

4 do 182 50 

5 do 80 00 

1 Neebing 192 00 

1 Nepigon 210 00 

2 O'Connor 210 00 

3 do 260 00 

4 do 105 00 

1 Oliver 70 00 

2 do 180 00 

3 do 165 00 

4 do 70 00 

1 Paipoonge 200 00 

2 do 175 00 

3 do 155 00 

4 do 210 00 

1 Rossport 230 00 

1 Schreiber 870 00 

Thunder Bay. — Trustees R. G. S. 

3 Mclntyre 21 00 



Assisted Public and Separate Schools.— New Districts ($20,694.86). 



Algoma. — Trustees Public 



School: — 
Graham . . . 

Hilton 

Johnson . . . 

Long 

Michipicoten 
Shakespeare 



Kenora. — Trustees Public 
School: — 

1 Aubrey 

1 Eton and Van Home 
6 P.A. 



150 00 
50 00 
75 00 

100 00 
52 50 

250 00 



150 00 
20 00 



1 Jaffray 

1 Malachi 

1 Mutrie 

1 Redditt 

1 Vermilion Lake 



Manitoulin. — Trustees Public 
School: — 

3 Allan 

3 Assignack 

5 do 

7 do 

2 Baldwin 



18 21 
26 40 



14 95 



15 65 



12 15 

13 20 
13 55 
13 20 
18 70 
23 60 



14 60 
24 05 
22 30 

32'80 
21 65 
26 75 
21 25 
18 35 
44 00 



25 00 
150 00 

25 00 
150 00 
150 00 



75 00 
75 00 
75 00 
50 00 
100 00 



82 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Assisted Public and Separate Schools, New Districts.— Continued. 



1 Burpee 






20 00 

50 00 

50 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

50 00 

100 00 

50 00 

100 00 

100 00 

50 00 

50 00 

50 00 

100 00 

40 00 

250 00 

100 00 

100 00 

75 00 

50 06 

50 00 

50 00 

150 00 

50 00 

100 00 

75 00 

100 00 

50 00 

200 00 

50 00 

100 00 

75 00 

75 00 

150 00 

280 00 

100 00 

25 00 
40 00 
60 00 
80 00 
50 00 
30 00 
50 00 

100 00 
90 00 

170 00 
30 00 
30 00 
30 00 

120 00 

100 00 
20 00 

100 00 
36 00 
36 00 
36 00 
36 00 
36 00 


3 
5 
6 
2 
1 
3 
1 
2 
3 
2 
4 
10 
2 
4 
5 
6 
6 
7 
2 
3 
5 

Mui 

1 

Nip 

2 
5 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 

1 
2 
5 
6 

4 
1 

2 
3 

1 

1 
2 
3 
2 
2 
1 
2 
4 
5 
1 
1 
1 

1 


Muskoka 


60 00 


2 do 


do 


50 00 


3 . do 






do 


70 00 


1 Campbell . . 

2 do 






Oakley 

Proudfoot 


50 00 
25 00 


3 do 






Ridout 

Ryde 

do 


100 00 
30 00 
90 00 


4 do 






3 Carnarvon . 






6 do 


do 


50 00 


1 Cockburn Island . 

2 do 




Stephenson 

do 


100 00 
60 00 


1 Dawson . . . 


iiry and Graham 
do do 
do do 
do do 

Allan 

do do 
do do 

inuation School 


do 


90 00 


1 Denison, Dr 

2 do 


Stisted 

do 


60 00 
80 00 


5 do 


do 


30 00 


6 do 


do 


40 00 


2 Gordon and 
4 do 


Watt 

do 


30 00 
60 00 


5 do 

Gore Bay Conl 


Wood 

do 


60 00 
30 00 


3 Hallam 


do 


30 00 


2 Howland . . 

3 do 


ikoka. — Trustees R. C. S. 
Baxter 

issing. — Trustees Public 
School: — 

Appelby 

Balfour 

Brethour 


s.— 

150 00 

50 00 
100 00 
100 00 


4 do 






6 do 






8 do 






1 Long 

1 Mills 

1 Robinson . . 
1 Salter 


r and 


May No. 


2 and 6 Salte 
116 


Broder 

do 


50 00 
250 00 


3 Salter and M«v 




Brower 


200 00 


4 do 






Capreol 

do 


... 100 00 
100 00 


5 do 






7 do 






Chisholm 


100 00 


1 Shedden . . . 

2 do 






Clergue 

do 


150 00 
200 00 


2 Tehkummah 

3 do and Sandfield 

4 do - 


Cochrane, Town of 

Crerar 

Dack 


500 00 

100 00 

50 00 




ees Public 


Dunnet 


100 00 


School' — 


do 


150 00 


7 Brunei 

2 Draper 

4 do 


Englehart, Town of 

Ferris 

Field 


500 00 
36 00 
50 00 


1 Humphrey 






do 


36 00 


4 do 






do 


22 00 


6 do 






Firstbrook 

Fort Albany 


... . 200 00 
250 00 


7 do 






2 Macaulay 






Fort Moose 


250 00 


4 do 






Garson 

do 


100 00 
125 00 


4 Medora .... 






5 do 


do 


50 00 


9 do 






Gibbons 

Goreham and Ware 

Kirkpatrick 

do 


50 00 

500 00 

50 00 

75 00 


1 Monck 

2 do 






4 do 






6 do 






do 


25 00 


7 do 






do 


50 00 


1 Morrison . 






Lyell 


20 00' 


2 do 


McPherson 

Martland 


50 00 
50 00 


3 do 






4 do 






Montreal River 


250 00 


5 do 






Neelon 


50 00 



191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



83 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Assisted Public and Separate Schools, New Districts.— Continued, 



2 
3 
2 
3 
4 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2B 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 



Neelon . . 

do 
Rayside . 

do 

do 
Robillard 

do 
Taylor . . 

Teck 

Tisdale . 
Whitney . 
Widdifield 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Nipissing. — Trustees R. C. S. 8.: 

2 Blezard 

5 Bonfield 

1 Caldwell, Kirkpatrick and 

McPherson 

Chelmsford, Town of 

3 Ferris 

1 Grant 

1 McPherson 

2 Martland 

1 Mason 

Massey, Town of 

1 Merritt 

2A Papineau 

2B do 

1 Springer 

3 do 

Parry Sound. — Trustees Public 
School: — 

3 Armour 

4 do 

7 do 

3 Bethune 

1 Hardy 

4 S. Himsworth 

5 do 

9 do 

1 Laurier 

1 Lount 

2 do 



50 00 


2 McMurrich 


20 00 


50 00 


3 do 


20 00 


40 00 


4 do 


20 00 


50 00 


5 do 


20 00 


50 00 


2 Monteith 


30 00 


200 00 


3 do 


25 00 


200 00 


4 do 


50 00 


250 00 


1 Patterson 


50 00 


200 00 


5 Perry 


25 00 


500 00 


7 do 


25 00 


500 00 


9 do 


100 00 


200 00 


1 Spence 


25 00 


150 00 


2 do 


20 00 


50 00 


4 do 


20 00 


40 00 


6 Strong 


10 00 


50 00 


Sunbridge, Village of 


150 00 


50 00 






50 00 


Rainy River. — Trustees Public 




40 00 


School: — 






3 Devlin 


50 00 




1 Kingsford 


100 00 


59 50 


10 Lash 


50 00 


24 37 


1 Pellatt 


40 00 




2 do 


200 00 


37 50 


2 Sandford 


150 00 


162 00 


1 Sifton 


100 00 


146 25 


Sioux Lookout 


150 00 


60 00 


1 Southworth 


25 00 


75 00 


1 Wabigoon 


150 00 


52 50 


2 Zealand 


150 00 


52 50 






75 00 


Rainy River. — Trustees R. C. S. 


S.— 


75 00 


6 Dilke 


37 50 


24 37 


Fort Frances, Town of .... 


37 50 


24 37 


Keewatin, Town of 


37 50 


75 00 


3 Mclntyre 


75 00 


37 50 


1 Morley 

Thunder Bay. — Trustees Public 
School: — 


75 00 


25 00 


1 Blake 


20 00 


25 00 


1 Conmee 


100 00 


100 00 


2 do 


100 00 


50 00 


1 Gillies 


100 00 


20 00 


2 do Scobel and Pearson 


100 00 


40 00 


1 Hugel 


500 00 


25 00 


1 Marks 


25 00 


25 00 


1 Mclntyre 


100 00 


150 00 


5 do *. 


100 00 


25 00 


3 O'Connor 


100 00 


25 00 


4 do 


100 00 



Assisted Public and Separate Schcors.- Counties ($19,764.75). 



Treasurer, County of, 
for Public Schools: — 
Bruce 

No. 5, Huron 50 00 

(aid to 29 schools) 500 00 
No. 11 Kincardine 50 00 
Essex 

Point Pelee 75 00 

1 Tilbury N 75 00 

3A Maiden 150 00 



Frontenac 

(aid to 68 schools) 3,036 39 

Grey 
(aid to 5 schools) 490 00 

*60o'o0 Haliburton 

(aid to 59 schools) 3,050 00 

Hastings 

(aid to 77 schools) 2,813 00 

300 00 (aid to 7 McClure) 100 00 2,913 00 



84 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Assisted Public and Separate Schools, Counties.— Continued. 



Lanark 

(aid to 13 schools) 

Leeds and Grenville 

(aid to 7 schools) 

Lennox and Addington 

No. 6, Sheffield 

Lincoln 

(aid to No. 2, 

Caistor) 

Northumberland and Durham 

(aid to 4 schools) 

Ontario 

(aid to 7 schools) 

Peterborough 

(aid to 36 schools) 

Renfrew 

(aid to 44 schools) 1,740 00 

(aid to No. 6, Wil- 
berforce) 

(aid to No. 3, 

Griffith) 

Simcoe 

(aid to 3 schools) 150 00 

(aid to No. 17 Tiny) 50 00 
Stormont, Dundas and Glengary 

(aid to No. 22 and 

23 Mountain) 

Victoria 

(aid to 29 schools) 1 

Treasurer, County of, 

for Separate Schools: — 
Bruce 

(aid to No. 14, 

Carrick) 

Carleton 

(aid to 4 schools) 



635 


00 


200 


00 


500 


00 


41 


90 


400 


00 


410 


00 


L,955 


00 





100 00 



100 00 1,940 00 



200 00 

40 00 

525 00 



75 00 
93 75 



Essex 

(aid to 5 schools) 375 00 

Prontenac 

(aid to No. 10, 
Longboro and 

No. 11 Portland) 93 75 

Hastings 

(aid to No. 14, 

Hungerford) 75 00 

Lanark 

(aid to 3 schools) 93 75 

Leeds and Grenville 
(aid to 15 Augusta 

and 7 N. Crosby) 101 00 

Lennox and Addington 
(aid to 10 and 17, 

Richmond) 37 50 

Northumberland and Durham 
(aid to 12, Percy 
and Seymour and 

3 Seymour) 150 00 

Prescott and Russell 

(aid to 3 Hawkes- 

bury and 12 N. 

Plantagenet) ... 90 00 

(aid to 6 Russell) 100 00 190 00 
Renfrew 

(aid to 3 schools) 131 25 

(aid to Killaloe 

Station school) 37 50 

(aid to Eganville 

school) 37 50 206 25 

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry 
(aid to 16 Corn- 
wall) 37 50 



Military Instruction Public and Separate School Cadet Corps ($1,450.00). 



Treasurer Public School Board:- 

Dundas 

Guelph: 

Central, King Edward and 
Queen Alexandria 

Central School Cadet Corps 

Orangeville 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Toronto: 

Annette St 

Bolton Ave 

Borden St 

Church St 

Dewson St 

Dufferin St 

Pern Ave 

Givens St 



50 00 



100 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 

50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
100 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 



Grace St 

Huron St 

Jesse Ketchum 

Kent 

Kew Beach .... 
King Edward . . 

Ogden 

Palmerston Ave. 

Parkdale 

Queen Victoria 

Ryerson 

Wellesley St. . . 
Winchester St. . 



Treasurer Roman Catholic 
Separate School- — 
Toronto, De La Salle Institute 



50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 



50 00 






Kindergarten Schools ($4,970.35). 

Treasurer Public School Board, Port William 125 77 

City of:— Guelph 52 02 

Brantford .' 145 53 Hamilton 454 36 

Chatham 74 42 Kingston 93 51 






191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



85 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Kindergarten Schools. —Continued. 



London 

Ottawa 

Peterborough . 
Port Arthur . 
St. Catharines 
St. Thomas . . 
Stratford 



396 42 

449 10 

101 41 

24 36 

68 48 

93 50 

100 09 

Toronto 2,076 91 



Town of: — 
Aylmer . . . 
Barrie .... 
Berlin .... 
Cobourg . . . 
Collingwood 



Grants to Instructors conducting 
Night Schools at Lumber, Rail- 
way and Mining Camps: — 
Barlow, F. J., Martin's No. 1, 

Victoria Harbour Lumber Co. 50 00 
Bethume, H. N., Martin's No. 2 

Victoria Harbour Lumber Co. 50 00 
Corcoran, J. E., Hollinger Mine 50 00 
Dearie, R. G., Holland and 

Steward and Hartley's 100 00 

Edwards, J. W., Skunk River 50 00 
Elliott, Geo., No. 1 Rat-Portage 

Lumber Co 50 00 

Griffin, W. E., No. 2 Rat-Portage 

Lumber Co 50 00 

Kidd, G. B., No. 3% T. & N. O. 50 00 
Law, E. G., Matthew Siding. ... 50 00 

Longmore, C. G., Shaw's 50 00 

Lye, O. G., Hamar's Head- 
quarters 50 00 



27 00 
13 18 

144 22 

30 29 

28 97 



Gait 

Goderich . . . 
Hespeler . . . 
Ingersoll . . . 
Listowel . . . 
North Bay . 
Owen Sound 

Paris 

Picton 

Preston 

Simcoe 

Tillsonburg 
Waterloo . . . 
Welland . . . 
Walkerville 



58 60 
19 75 
28 31 
25 68 
5 93 
19 10 
98 78 

22 39 
19 75 
34 24 
17 13 
24 26 
41 49 
32 26 

23 04 



Night Schools ($3,153.84). 



McConnell, A. D., Georgian Bay 
Lumber Co., Bala 

Menzies, Jno., Victoria Harbour 
Lumber Co 

Moore, Jno., Georgian Bay 
Lumber Co., Bala 

Mustard, H. R., McKay and 
Fitzpatrick 

Mutchmor, J. R., Division Point 

Poole, F. G., Hamilton's Gravel 
Pit 

West, J. H., Gravel Pit No. 3 . . 

Westaway, W. J., Rea Mine, 
South Porcupine 

Willis, H., Robinson's 

Grants: — 

Fort William, Board of Educa- 
tion 

Toronto, Board of Education.. 



50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 
50 


00 
00 


50 
50 


00 
00 


50 
50 


00 
00 


267 
836 


50 
34 



Consolidated Schools.— New Districts ($1,OOO.OD). 
Trustees: — Hudson Consolidated Sbhool, grant 1,000 00 



Mactfanald Consolidated School, Quelph ($800.00). 
Treasurer: — Grant 

Instruction in Agriculture and Horticulture ($1,140.00). 



7rants. — Treasurer. County of: — 

Kent 100 00 

Lincoln 190 00 

Prescott and Russell 50 00 

Waterloo 80 00 

Wellington 60 0(? 

Wentworth 80 00 

York 100 00 

Grant to Instructor: — 
Section : — 
Arnold, Laura E., S.S. No. 6, 

Waterloo 30 00 



Buchanan, Percy, S.S. No. 3, 

Guelph 

Cody, May S., S.S. No. 8, 

Beverley 

Doherty, M., S.S. No. 1, Scar- 

boro 

Dunning, Alice, S.S. No. 5, 

Cumberland 

Ebprhard, Mary, S.S. No. 3, 

Louth 

Field, Lena. S.S., Gainsborough 
Gayman, H., S.S. U.l, Clinton 



«00 00 



30 00 
30 00 
30 00 
30 00 

30 00 

30 00 
30 00 



86 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Instruction in Agriculture and Horticulture. — Continued. 



Goldring, Ida, S.S. No. 22, 

York 30 00 

Kenny, Lucy, S.S. No. 9, Or- 

ford 30 00 

McLean, Ella, S.S. No. 7, 

Wellesley 30 00 

Newhouse, F. J., S.S. No. 5, 

Niagara 30 00 



Ripley, Alberta, S.S. No. 8, 

Camden 30 00 

Robinson, Eli, Macdonald Con- 
solidated School 30 00 

Sann, Elsie M., S.S. No. 9, 
Saltfleet 30 00 

Taylor, Lizzie, S.S. No. 1, 

Louth 30 00 



Listowel 
grant 



Instruction in Industrial Art ($80.00). 
Public School Board 



50 00 



Longthorne, Pearl, services as 
instructor 



Continuation Schools ($59,873.98). 



Treasurer Public School 
Counties and Districts 
Algoma: 

1 St. Joseph 

Bruce: 

8 S. Dumfries . . . 

10 Huron 

Carleton: 

5 Fitzroy 

8 do 

5 Goulbourne . . . 

7 do 

8 Gloucester 

3 Huntley \ 

10 Nepean 

U 3 N. Gower 

6 do 

3 Marlborough . . 

11 Osgoode 

15 do 

18 do 

Elgin: 

3 Bayham 

11 S. Dorchester . . 

Essex: 

9 S. Colchester . . 

4 W. Tilbury . . . 
Grey: 

7 Osprey 

Huron: 

5 Stephen 

Kent: 

6 Orford 

U 5 Raleigh 

U 4 Romney 

Lanark : 

4 Pakenham 

Leeds and Grenville: 
17 Augusta 

1 S. Edwardsburg 
Lennox and Addington: 

1 Amherst Island 
13 Ernestown 

6 Sheffield 

Manitoulin: 

2 Assiginack 

Middlesex: 

U 16 Caradoc 



Board: 



243 21 

281 80 

235 23 
260 34 
123 50 
193 27 
235 80 
414 59 
224 25 
207 95 
258 77 
288 82 
261 42 
295 33 
237 44 

427 14 
293 41 

241 03 

388 70 



519 56 
239 53 
212 26 



390 98 
284 68 

157 50 
495 89 
280 44 



432 10 
525 01 



3,236 71 

720 55 

' 629 73 
220 53 
255 25 

971 35 
549 98 

675 66 

"933'83 
430 53 

404 88 



Durham: 
232 62 
484 26 



245 68 
287 01 
273 66 



30 00 



Northumberland and 

12 Clark 

2 Percy 

Ontario: 

15 Pickering 

Oxford: 

11 Blenheim 

U 21 do 

24 do 

Peterborough : 

4 Ennismore 

Prescott and Russell: 

2 Russell 

Renfrew: 

2 Westmeath .... 
Simcoe: 

5 Essa 

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry: 

14 Roxborough . . 
Welland: 

11 Bertie 

York: 

13 E. Gwillimbury 

14 King 



716 
434 



88 
34 



806 
443 
260 
193 
491 
383 
516 



422 51 
208 19 



630 70 



Public School Board, Town of: 

Alliston 

Amherstburg 

Ayr 

Blenheim 

Blind River 

Bothwell 

Bracebridge 

Bruce Mines 

Dresden 

Fort Frances 

Gore Bay 

Hanover 

Huntsville 

Keewatin 

Little Current . . . . : 

New Liskeard 

Palmerston 

Parry Sound 

Powassan 

Sturgeon Falls 

Thessalon 



729" 
604 
321 
551 
560 
457 

1,492 
892 
556 
773 
986 
505 

1,094 

1,083 
533 

1,127 
590 

1,659 
546 
355 

1,199 



i 



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87 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Continuation Schools.— Continued. 



Thornbury . 
Tilbury . . . 
Wallaceburg 
Webbwood 



Public School Board, 

Acton 

Alvinston 

Arkona 

Bath 

Beaverton 

Beeton 

Blyth 

Bridgeburg 

Brussels 

Burk's Falls 

Burlington 

Cannington 

Cardinal 

Chesterville 

Coldwater 

Creemore 

Drayton 

Dundalk 

Durham 

Eganville 

Erin . . . . 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls 

Finch 

Flesherton 

Grand Valley 

Havelock , 

Jarvis . . 



Village of: — 



473 


33 


452 


14 


580 


93 


526 


23 


507 


41 


538 


25 


196 


24 


278 


59 


438 


14 


493 


75 


276 


75 


541 


29 


564 


29 


129 


80 


543 


38 


221 


33 


418 


93 


561 


92 


479 


09 


257 


26 


514 


19 


544 


10 


632 


81 


286 


42 


252 


98 


761 


57 


339 


05 


455 


52 


599 


84 


446 


08 


516 


98 


215 


16 



Lakefield .... 

Lanark 

Lucknow 

Markdale 

Maxville 

Merrickville 
Millbrook . . . 

Milton 

New Hamburg 
Norwich . . 

Norwood 

Oil Springs 

Paisley 

Richmond 

Rodney 

Shelburne 

Southampton 

Springfield 

Stayner 

Stouffville 

Tara 

Tavistock . . . 
Thamesville . . 
Teeswater . . 
Tottenham . . , 

Tweed 

West Lome . . 

Westport 

Winchester 
Wroxeter 



517 17 
412 29 
563 49 
590 39 
233 50 
423 45 
425 36 
506 64 
492 35 
500 68 
577 37 
433 36 
482 36 
242 04 
328 65 
706 83 
456 92 
280 65 
458 99 
512 71 
304 40 

296 13 
509 23 

297 88 
458 67 
463 31 
282 98 
260 56 
539 61 
396 49 



Trustees, R. 
Eganville 
Westport 



C. S. S., Village of:- 



220 07 
169 62 



Fifth Classes ($11,632.20). 



Treasurer, County of: — 

Brant 

Bruce 

Elgin 

Grey 

Haliburton 

Hastings 

Huron 

Kent 

Lambton 

Lanark 

Leeds and Grenville 

Lincoln 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Northumberland and Durham 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Perth 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew 

Simcoe 

Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 
garry 

Victoria 

Waterloo 



190 56 

148 40 
560 28 

97 80 

74 25 

151 16 

431 74 

313 43 

263 30 

46 87 

67 86 

149 18 

108 84 
26 94 
50 25 

163 13 
410 40 
165 64 
74 00 
lUl 19 
315 68 

238 30 
57 07 

109 18 



Welland 
Wellington 
Wentworth 
York 



Treasurer, Public School Board, 
Town of: — 

Mattawa 

Rainy River 



Village of: — 
Bloomfield 

Bolton 

Chatsworth 

Clifford 

Courtwright . 

Delhi 

Embro 

Fort Erie 

Hensall 

Hespeler 
Kingsville 
Marmora 
Milverton 
Port Colborne 
Port Stanley . 



75 26 
133 10 
484 39 
361 30 



318 40 
486 20 



99 00 
187 45 
116 
211 
128 91 
163 84 
148 93 
119 15 
165 84 
220 40 
244 89 
145 03 
173 48 
109 68 
139 97 



07 

38 



88 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Fifth Clases.— Continued. 



South River 

Sundridge 

Sutton 

Tiverton 

Victoria Harbour 
Wellington 



284 28 
259 40 
124 61 
124 95 
170 80 
140 14 



1 McConkey and Wilson 
1 Schreiber 



Trustees Public School Section: — 

1 Chapleau 420 62 

U. 1 Chapman 197 68 

6 S. Himsworth Ill 92 

3 Denison, Drury and Graham 320 68 



205 98 
379 56 

Treasurer, County of, for Separate 
Schools: — 

Huron 

Lambton 

Renfrew 

Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 
garry 

Town of: — 
Wallaceburg . . . . > 



Model Schools ($8,265.36). 



Treasurer, Public School Board: 
Grants: — 

Athens 

Chatham 

Clinton 

Cornwall 

Durham 

Guelph 

Kingston 

Morrisburg 

Napanee 

Orillia 



71 32 
31 87 
87 02 

56 15 
97 10 



Perth 500 00 

Renfrew 700 00 

500 00 Contingencies: — 

881 38 Can. Express Co. Charges 45 

500 00 Dom. Express Co. do 60 

500 00 Methodist Book & Pub. House 

500 00 books 1 73 

974 70 Morang Educational Co., books 80 

500 00 Tilley, J. J., services as direc- 

500 00 tor and lecturer, 835.00; 

500 00 travelling expenses, 370.70.. 1,205 70 

500 00 



English=French Training Schools ($15,713.12). 



L. E. O. Payment: Eight months' salary 

C. H. Edwards: Four do 
Henri St. Jacques: Eight do 
Jordan, A. A.: Four do 
J. Hartley: do 

D. M. Eagle: do 
J. Fleury: Twelve do 
S. Grafton: Four do 
Blanche M. Girardot: do 
Marie F. Maury: Twelve do 
Valenda A. Larocque: Two do 

American Art Extension prints 70 
Anderson, Mrs., Cleaning 

school rooms 10 00 

Aubry, A. S., lumber 2 90 

Auger, C, board allowance, 

62.37; travelling expenses, 

1.60 63 97 

Bartlet, McDonald & Gow, 

shades and rugs 83 46 

Beaulieu, E., board allowance, 

30.43; trav. expenses, .50.. 30 93 
Bell Telephone Co., rent of 

instruments 51 00 

Berlin Interior Hardwood Co, 

tables, book cases, etc 863 00 

Berthelot, A., board allowance, 

61.07; trav. expenses, 9.60.. 70 67 
Bourdeau, B., board allowance, 

62.37; trav. expenses, 1.40.. 63 77 



as Principal, Ottawa School . . . 

do do 

do Sturgeon Falls . . 

do do 

do Vankleek Hill . . . 

do Sandwich 

Asst. Principal, Ottawa 

do Sturgeon Falls . . 

do Sandwich 

Teacher, Sturgeon Falls . . . 
Asst. Teacher, Vankleek Hi: 



Brisebor, C, board allowance, 

62.37; trav. expenses, 2.50. 

Brisson, F., board allowance, 



1,200 00 


666 66 


1.200 


00 


666 


66 


666 


66 


6fi6 


66 


950 00 


266 


66 


200 


00 


500 


00 


87 


50 



64 87 



54.64; trav. expenses, 8.40. . 
Brown, T. A., car fares 


63 04 
1 60 


Bryson-Graham, Ltd., ladder, 
etc 


2 95 


Can. Office & School Furn. Co., 
desks 


112 10 


C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges. 

Cartier, A., plumbing 

Chambers, J. E., trav. expenses 


65 

2 55 

66 85 


Chatelain, O., board allowance, 

62.37; trav. expenses, 1.80.. 

Choquette, H., board allowance 


64 17 
62 37 


Cochrane Hardware Co., rub- 
ber tubing 

Copp Clark Co., books 


15 
64 96 



191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



89 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



English=French Training Schools. — Continued. 



Cyr, D., board allowance, 

62.37; trav. expenses, 1.40.. 63 77 
Daoust, T., board allowance, 

62.37; trav. expenses, 2.50.. 64 87 
Dignard, D., board allowance, 
62.37; travelling expenses, 

1.40 63.77 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . 11 25 
Dom. Dept. of Militia & De- 
fence, books 85 

Drake, J. W., Furniture Co., 

furniture 37 65 

Duchesne, M. L., board allow- 
ance, 62.14; trav. expenses 

4.70 66 84 

Eagle, D. M., trav. expenses.. 30 15 
Edwards, C. H. do . . 20 01 

Entomological Society of Ont., 

insect pins 3 75 

Eaton, T. Co., Ltd., books 1 67 

Esdale Press, Ltd., signs .... 3-75 

Fleming, R. J., car fare 6 50 

Fleury, J. M., trav expenses.. 100 90 
Fotheringham & Popham, sub- 
scription to magazines, 
61.75; stationery, supplies, 

etc., 98.89 160 64 

Gaboury, V. H., trav. expenses 13 75 

Gage, W. J. & Co., books 31 16 

Gagne, Jos., cartage 35 

Garrioch Godard & Co., electric 

repairs & supplies 12 57 

Gazette Printing Co., sub- 
scription 6 00 

Gelinas, E., board allowance, 

50.57; trav. expenses, .70.. 51 27 
Gosselin, P., board allowance, 

15.00; trav. expenses, .70.. 15 70 
Goulet, D., board allowance, 
6'2.37; travelling expenses, 

1.40 63 77 

Granger Freres, books 17 63 

Guenette, Chas., board allow- 
ance 62 14 

Guenette, D., board allowance, 
62.37; trav. expenses, 2.70.. 65 07 

Guillaume, P. C, books 11 90 

Harcourt, E. H. Co. books 96 

Harris & Barry, section table, 

etc 49 50 

Harterre, Jas. S., trav. exps. . . 3 75 

Hartley, Jno. do 40 37 

Hendry, Geo. M. Co., apparatus 995 35 
Hennessey, F. C, mounting 

birds 12 00 

Hope, James & Sons, books.. 25 15 
Howell Bros. & Knowlton, 

clocks 10 00 

Hunter, Rose & Co., books 6 40 

Hurd & Co., whistle 25 

Ingram & Bell, lenses, etc 5 44 

Jarman, Frank, art supplies, 
etc 18 33 



Jordan, A. A., trav. expenses. 

Journal of Geography, sub- 
scription 

Ketchum & Co., packing case, 
dumb bells, etc 

Kyle, T. L., tables 

L' Action Sociale, subscription 

Labrosse, R. E., board allow- 
ance, 61.07; trav. expenses, 
.70 

Lafleche, G., board allowance, 
62.14; trav. expenses, 14.50 

La Revue Franco American 
subscription 

Lafond, M. L., board allow- 
ance, 61.07; trav. expenses, 
7.20 

Lafontaine, M. R., books 

Lalonde, R. A., board allow- 
ance, 62.37; trav. expenses, 
1.60 

La Patrie, subscription 

Laroche, O., board allowance, 
62.37; trav. expenses, 1.60.. 

Laviolette, A„ board allow- 
ance, 62.37; trav. expenses, 
2.50 

Leblanc, J. B., post, window 
screen, etc 

L'Ecole Ed. Review subscrip- 
tion 

Legault, C, board allowance, 
61.07; trav. expenses, .70.. 

Leger, A., board allowance, 
62.37; trav. expenses, 2.20 

Lemieux, Leo., board allow- 
ance, 62.37; trav. expenses, 
1.40 

Le Moniteur, subscription . . 

Librairie Beauchemin, book. 

McClelland & Goodchild, books 

Macmillan Co., books 

Marchildon, B., typewriting. . 

Marion T., board allowance. 
61.07; trav. expenses, 1.00.. 

Marentette, V. E. & Son, stat- 
inery 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
books, 152.66; printing, 76.56 

Michaud & Levesque, tables, 
desks, etc, 59.55; rent of 
hall, 474.98 

Mousseau, B., board allowance, 
61.07; trav. expenses, 25.80 

New York Teachers' Mono- 
graphs, subscription 

Ottawa R.C.S.S. Board, rent 
of school 

Ottawa Wine Vault Co., coolers 

Parker, Jno, cabinet 

Patry, A., board allowance, 
62.14; trav. expenses, 7.20.. 



38 


SO 


1 


00 


28 


16 


145 


00 


3 


00 


61 


77 


76 


64 


2 


00 


68 


27 


123 


92 


63 


97 


3 


50 



63 97 



64 


87 


23 


93 


1 


65 


61 


77 


64 


57 


63 


77 


2 


00 




32 


161 


50 


34 


40 


3 


00 



62 07 



40 67 



229 22 



534 


53 


86 


87 


1 


00 


900 


00 


24 


00 


27 


00 



69 34 



90 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

English=French Training Schools. — Continued. 

Payment L. E. O. trav. ex St. Mary's Academy, rent of 

penses 78 45 room, etc 40 75 

Pentz, F., stationery, etc 75 Sturgeon Palls Water Works, 

Pilow, A., board allowance, water 17 50 

62.37; trav. expenses, 3.80. . 66 17 Summerby, W. J., trav. ex- 

Petre, E., board allowance, penses 19 20 

62.37; trav. expenses, 1.40. . 63 77 Sylvestre, L., board allowance, 

Postmaster, postage stamps, 61.07; trav. expenses, 70... 61 77 

4.00; rent of box, 5.00 9 00 Sundry Newspapers, advertis- 

Potter, Chas., opera glasses . . 5 00 ing 341 30 

Prieur, J. F., bell, glass, ham- The School, subscription 1 25 

mer, etc 4 45 Thomas Co., drawing paper. . 25 

Ramsey, C, trav. expenses 73 35 Thornburn & Abbott, station- 
Raymond, Y., board allowance, ery, paints, crayons, etc. . . 81 54 

62.37; trav. expenses, 2.40.. 64 77 Tschirhart, P. J., piano and 

Reynolds, G. N. Co., furniture 90 30 cover 328 50 

Richer, D., board allowance, University of Chicago Press, 

62.37; trav. expenses, 3.40 65 77 book 1 65 

Robertson, H., typewriting 4 00 Vankleek Hill Mfg. Co., Ltd., 

St. Jacques, Henri., trav. ex- brackets, moulding, etc 9 06 

penses 68 85 Waters Bros., insect boxes, etc 18 50 

School Book Rooms, books.. 1 56 Watts, E. R. & Son, repairing 

Secours, V., board allowance, globe 1 75 

31.94; trav. expenses, 1.10.. 33 04 Witness Printing Co., sub- 
Simpson, Robt. Co., books 3.04 scription 50 

Spiers, Jno., hose, ladder, etc 41 61 Young, D., trav. expenses 4 60 



Teachers' Associations ($3,989.00). 



Treasurer, Teachers' Institute: — 

City of 

. Brantford 25 00 

Guelph 25 00 

Hamilton 25 00 

Kingston 25 00 

London 25 00 

Ottawa 25 00 

Peterborough 25 00 

St. Catharines 25 00 

Stratford 25 00 

Toronto 25 00 

Windsor and Walkerville 25 00 

County of: — 

Brant 25 00 

Bruce, E 25 00 

Bruce, W 25 00 

Carleton, W., and Lanark, E. 25 00 

Carleton, E 25 00 

Dufferin 25 00 

Dundas 25 00 

Elgin 25 00 

Elgin, W. and St. Thomas 25 00 

Essex 25 00 

Essex, S 25 00 

Frontenac, S 25 00 

Glengarry 25 00 

Grey, E 25 00 

Grey, W 25 00 

Grey, S 25 00 

Haldimand 25 00 

Hastings, W 25 00 

Hastings, Centre 25 00 



Hastings, S. and Belleville 25 00 

Halton 25 00 

Huron, E 25 00 

Huron, W 25 00 

Kent, E 25 00 

Kent, W 25 00 

Lambton, E 25 00 

Lambton, W 25 00 

Lanark, W 25 00 

Leeds, No. 1 25 00 

Leeds, No. 2, and Brockville . . 25 00 

Leeds No. 3, and Grenville . . 25 00 

Lennox & Addington 25 00 

Lincoln - 25 00 

Middlesex, E 25 00 

Middlesex, W 25 00 

Norfolk 25 00 

Northumberland and Durham, 

No. 1 25 00 

Northumberland, No. 2 25 00 

do No. 3 25 00 

Ontario, N 25 00 

Ontario, S 25 00 

Oxford N. and Woodstock 25 00 

Peel 25 00 

Perth and Stratford 25 00 

Peterborough 25 00 

Prescott and Russell 25 00 

Prince Edward 25 00 

Renfrew, N 25 00 

do S 25 00 

Simcoe, N 25 00 

do S. W 25 00 



191112 



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91 



EDUCATION.— Continued 



Teachers' Associations.— Continued. 



Simcoe, E 25 00 

Stormont 25 00 

Victoria, E 25 00 

Waterloo 25 00 

Welland and Niagara Falls. . . 25 00 

Wellington, N 25 00 

do S 25 00 

Wentworth 25 00 

York, N 25 00 

do S 25 00 

District of: — 

Algoma, E 50 00 

do W 50 00 

Kenora 50 00 

Manitoulin, E 50 00 

do W 50 00 

Muskoka 50 00 

Nipissing, E 50 00 

do S. . . * 50 00 

Parry Sound, W 50 00 

Rainy River 50 00 

Sudbury • 50 00 

Thunder Bay 50 00 

Travelling Expenses of Lecturers 
Attending Meetings: — 

Casselman, A. C 42 80 

Chambers, J. E 27 10 

Chisholm, W. I '. . 12 10 

Coleman, H. T. J 16 35 

Cornish, G. A. . 7 45 

Davidson, S. K 6 10 

Dearness, Jno 14 30 

Ellis, W. S. 19 00 

Emery, J. W. . " 9 35 

Gibson, J. W. . . . . . 15 05 

Hagerman, A. P. 9 40 



Hoag, J. P 

Karr, W. J 

Keyes, S. J 

Laird, S 

MacPherson, P. . . . 
Maybury, Helen C. 
McCutcheon, J. M. 
McDougall, J. B. . 
Morgan, S. A. ... 
Moshier, D. D. ... 

Norris, J. C 

Packenham, W. . . 

Painter, A. J 

Park, H. J 

Pickles, S 

Powell/ A 



Prendergast, W 27 45 

Radcliffe, S. J 

Ramsey, C 

Robertson, K. S 

Seaton, E. T 

Seavy, J. R 

Scott, Wm 

Slemon, E. T 

Silcox, S 

Stevenson, A 

Voadeh, J 

Walker, D 

Whyte, D 

Wilkinson, J. H. 



19 


40 


7 


35 


12 


55 


10 


00 


5 


95 


8 


00 


7 


50 


22 


95 


5 


05 


3 


55 


72 


00 


3 


45 


14 


97 


12 


60 


5 


90 


12 


05 


27 


45 


21 


40 


5 


55 


8 


20 


11 


35 


13 


78 


4 


60 


11 


75" 


15 


15 


12 


60 


7 


90 


12 


50 


15 


65 


6 


85 



Contingencies: — 

Ontario Educational Associa- 
tion, advertising. 12 00 

Ontario Educational Associa- 
tion, grant 1,000 00 



Summer Schools ($13,541.32^ 



Bracebridge: — 

Allen, Thos., services as assist- 
ant, 200.00; expenses, 47.30. 247 30 

Coleman, J., services as care- 
taker 20 00 

Hitsman, T. A., services as 
assistant, 200.00; expenses, 
53.20 . 253 20 

Plewes, J. W., services as prin- 
cipal, 250.00; expenses, 62.15 312 15 

Sundry students, expense al- 
lowance 2,206 19 

Gore Bay: — 

School Board, allowance for 
rent of school, 1908, 50.00; 
1909, 50.00; stationery, 1908, 
4.60; refund of amount paid 
Inspector McLaughlin for 
presiding, 50.00 154 60 

Harvey, J. F., services as prin- 
cipal, 250.00; expenses, 61.90 311 90 

Hartley, Jno., services as as- 



sistant, 200.00; expenses, 

51.05 . 

Sundry students, expense 
allowance 

Guelph: — 

Services lecturing, etc.: — 

Baker, A. W., Entomology. . 

Buchanan, P. H., Gardening 

Crow, Prof. J. W., Fruit 
Growing 

Day, Prof. W. H., Stars 

Dean, Prof. H. H., Dairying. 

Evans, J., Drawing and Con- 
struction 

Edwards, Prof. W. E., Bac- 
teriology 

Ferguson, P. H., assistant in 
Gardening 

Fulmer, H. L., Chemistry. . . 

Galbraith, A. J., Chemistry. 

Graham, R. R., Physics .... 



51 


05 


80 


11 


18 
3 


00 
00 


15 
18 


00 
00 
00 



150 00 

21 00 

125 00 
19 50 
19 50 
30 00 






92 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Summer Schools. — Continued. 






Hallett, A., services as sten- 
ographer 25 00 

Howitt, Prof. J. E., Botany. 90 00 
Hunt, Wm., Floriculture ... 24 00 
Kendall, E. W., Wood Work- 
ing 100 00 

Jarvis, T. D., Entomology.. 45 00 
Long, M., Art Work, 100.00; 
services as Supt. of Mac- 

donald Hall, 50.00 150 00 

McCallum, M., services as 

Supt of Boys' residence. . 100 00 
McCready, S. B., services as 

Principal 250 00 

McCullough, A. C, Poultry. 15 00 
McLennan, Wm., Gardening 12 00 
Moffat, M., special work 
with class in Bird Stud- 
ies, etc 35 00 

Moffatt, R. W., Drawing and 

Construction 100 00 

Reynolds, Prof. J. B., Nature 

Literature 21 00 

Reid, Dr. H., Horses 3 00 

Smellie, M., services as ma- 
tron of Macdonald Hall.. 50 00 
Squirrell, Wm., Field Hus- 
bandry 21 00 

Wade, Prof. R. W., Farm 

Animals 9 00 

Zavitz, C. A., Field Hus- 
bandry 6 00 

Ottawa: — 

Edwards, V. H., services as 
principal, 250.00; expenses, 
72.98 322 98 

Payment, L. E. O., services as 
assistant, 200.00; expenses, 
32.00 232 00 

Sundry students, expense 

allowance 1,021 53 

Tompkins, E., expenses 10 43 

Port Arthur: — 

Kaine, J. M., service as assist- 
ant, 200.00; expenses, 49.00. 249 00 



Reid, T. A., services as prin- 
cipal, 250.00; expenses, 82.80 

Smith, Samuel, services as 
caretaker 

Sundry students, expense 

allowance 

Sturgeon Falls: — 

Jordan, A. A., services as prin- 
cipal, 250.00; expenses, 75.20 

Lerviere, Mrs. C, services as 
caretaker 

St. Jacques, H., services as as- 
sistant, 200.00; expenses, 
50.10 

Sundry students, expense 

allowance 

Toronto: — 

Barton, Dr. J. W., lecturer, 
Physical Training 

Bursar, Toronto University, 
expenses in connection with 
lectures, 18.70; supplies for 
Household Service Course, 
59.91 

Eadie, E. M., instructor, 
Household Science, 325.00; 
expenses, 12.97 

Eldon, R. H., lecturer on Com- 
merce 

McFarlane, J., Instructor, 
Household Science course . 

Pattinson, N. L., instructor, 
Household Science course. . 

Paul, A. H., instructor House- 
hold Science course 

Seavey, J., lecturer, Elemen- 
tary Art 

Sundry Students, expense 
allowance 



332 80 

20 00 

743 00 

325 20 
10 00 ! 

250 10 
571 59 

250 00 

78 61 

337 97 
250 00 
125 00 
200 00 
200 00 
450 Ofr 
1,666 70 



1 50 



Contingencies : — 

Davies, Wm, & Co., supplies. 
Methodist Printing & Pub. 

House, printing 159 08 

Ottawa Wine Vault Co., water 10 00 
Provan, A., supplies 6 33 



Paper, Postage and Stationery for foregoing services ($1,208.02) 



Baikie, D., paper 

Fotheringham & Popham, blank 
books and paper 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., binding . . 

Hendry, G. M., Co., paper, bristol 
board, etc 

Kelso Printing Co., printing and 
stationery 

King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery, 292.17; paper, 147.39 

McMaster, M., postage stamps . . 



♦ 35 Meredith, Thos., & Co., school 

bell 3 00 

67 78 Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

3 00 printing and binding 360 82 

Ottawa Printing Co., printing 

22 44 and stationery 9 25 

Penty, F. W., stationery 9 64 

20 00 Smith, A. W., blank books, etc. 9 65 

Sturgeon Falls Advertiser, 

439 56 printing and stationery 4 85 

200 00 Thorburn & Abbott, stationery.. 57 68 



1911-12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



93 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Inspection ofiPublic, Separate and District Schools ($122,018.49). 

Chief Inspector 

Travelling expenses 

Inspector of Separate Schools . . . 

Travelling expenses 

Inspector of Separate Schools . . . 

Travelling expenses 

Inspector of Separate Schools . . . 

Travelling expenses 

Inspector of Separate Schools . . . 
Travelling expenses, 412.06; ac- 

i countable, 87.94 

Inspector of Separate Schools . . . 

Travelling expenses 

Inspector of Bilingual Schools . . 

Travelling expenses 

Inspector of Bilingual Schools . . 
Travelling expenses, 371.48; ac- 
countable, 100.00 

Inspector of Bilingual Schools . . 

Travelling expenses 

Moving expenses from Trenton to 

Ottawa 

Inspector of Bilingual Schools . . 
Travelling expenses, 533.35; ac- 
countable, 173.20 

Inspector of Bilingual Schools . . 

do do 

Travelling expenses 

Inspector of Bilingual Schools . . 

Travelling expenses 

Inspector of District Schools .... 

do do 

Travelling expenses 

Inspector of District Schools 

Travelling expenses 

Inspector of District Schools 

Travelling expenses 

Inspector of District Schools .... 

Travelling expenses 

Inspector of District Schools 

Travelling expenses 

Inspector of District Schools .... 

Travelling expenses 

Inspector of District Schools 

do do .... 

do do .... 

Travelling expenses 

Moving expenses from Cornwall 

to Haileybury 

Inspector of Technical Schools . . 

Travelling expenses 

Inspector of Continuation Schools 

Travelling expenses 

Inspector of Continuation Schools 
Travelling expenses 



Chenay, D., trav. expenses, 
292.19; accountable, 7.81; 
services, 1,527.66 1,827 66 



R. H. Cowley: 


Twelve months' salary 


do 






1. F. Power: 




do 


do 






VI. O'Brien: 




do 


do 






r. F. Sullivan: 




do 


do 






r. E. Jones: 




do 


do 






r. P. Finn: 




do 


do 






W. J. Summerbv: Four 


do 


do 






1. O. White: 




do 


do 






3. E. Ingall: 




do 


do 






do 






T. H. Gaboury: 


Twelve 


do 


do 






l Belanger: 


Eight 


do 


j. E. O. Payment: Four 


do 


do 






lenri St. Jacques: 


do 


do 






. L. Moore: 


Twelve 


do 


do arrears, 1911 




do 






. McLaughlin: 




do 


do 






j. A. Green: 




do 


do 






no. Ritchie: 




do 


do 






I. R. gcovell: 




do 


do 






). M. Christie: 




do 


do 






I. 0. White: 


Six 


do 


V. J. Hamilton 


: Three 


do 


ff. J. Hallett: 




do 


do 






do 






l. H. Leake: 


Twelve 


do 


do 






. Waugh: 




do 


do 






f. K. Mills: 




do 


do 






•ublic School 


rnspectors: — 




Atkins, W. . 
Bald, W. F. 




891 67 




. . 884 33 


Boyes, Robt. 




883 34 


Broderick, G. 


E 


884 34 


Brown, Arthur 


891 67 


Burgess, H. n 
Campbell, A. 


H 


891 67 


L 


806 00 


Campbell, N. 


W 


891 67 



3,000 


00 


427 


24 


1,783 


33 


257 


08 


1,783 


33 


522 


40 


1,783 


33 


512 


79 


1,783 


33 


500 


00 


1,783 


33 


708 


20 


666 


66 


124 


58 


666 


66 


471 


48 


666 


66 


195 


10 


202 


67 


1,849 


99 


706 


55 


1,132 00 


666 


66 


99 


00 


666 


66 


178 


93 


1,750 00 


200 


00 


549 


92 


1,783 


33 


57*7 


05 


1,783 


33 


288 


40 


1,398 


82 


239 


75 


1,783 


33 


222 


90 


1,337 


50 


397 


60 


900' 


00 


450 


00 


450 


00 


40 


60 


130 


35 


2,400 


00 


628 


40 


2,800 


00 


813 


51 


2,500 


00 


788 


19 



Clark, Harry 579 67 

Cole, J. M 702 30 

Colling, J., services, 199.02; 

accountable, 100.00 299 02 

Colles, W. H. G 891 67 

Cook, H. F. ...: 891 67 



94 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Inspection of Public, Separate and District Schools.— Continued. 



Conn, Henry 

Craig, T. A 

Craig, J. J 

Crewson, J. W., trav. ex- 
penses, 2.25; services, 884.33 

Day, Isaac 

Deacon, J. L., trav. expenses, 

89.20; services, 975.00 

Field, Jno. M. ' 

Froates, W. C 

Froates, Jas 

Galbraith, W. J 

Galbraith, Root 

Garvin, Jos. L 

Gordon, N 

Huff, T 

Hutcheson, R. A., trav. ex- 
penses, 182.10; services, 
1,056.68 

Ingall, E. B 

Ireland, W. W 

Irwin, Wm 

Jamieson, Thos 

Johnston, Wm 

Johnston, H. D 

Kinney, R 

Lees, Richard, trav. expenses, 
4.05; services, 891.67 

Liddy, W. R 

MoCool, Jno 

McDougall, J. B., services 
acting, 300.00; trav. ex- 
8.55 

McDougall, N 

McKee, Rev. Thos 

McNab, G. G., trav. expenses, 
1.85; services, 891.67 

Mackintosh, Wm 

Marshall, J. W 

Maxwell, D. A 

Merchant, F. W., trav. ex- 
penses 

Mitchell, F. L 

Moses, Clark 

Mulloy, C. W 

Nesbitt, D. A 

Odell, Albert ••• 

Patterson, R. A 

Pearce, Thos 

Phillips, T., trav. expenses, 
159.50; services, 1,425.34 . 

Piatt, G. D 

Reid, M. L 

Sheppard, Thos 

Smith, J. H. (Hamilton) . . . 

Smith, J. H. (Stratford) ... 

S'mith, J. H. (Chatham) ... 

Spankie, Wm 

Standing, T. W., trav. exps., 
59.95; services, 975.00 

Stevens, W. H 

Summenby, W. J 

Taylor, Jno. A 

Thompson, P. J. 

Tilley, W. E 



891 


67 


843 


34 


891 


67 


886 


58 


891 


67 


1,064 


20 


875 


00 


883 


83 


891 


67 


891 


67 


891 


67 


875 


00 


59 


93 


891 


67 


1,238 


78 


818 


47 


891 


67 


840 


17 


891 


67 


891 


67 


891 


67 


V4^ 


00 


895 


72 


750 00 


891 


67 


308 


55 


891 


67 


891 


67 


893 


52 


891 


67 


742 


49 


891 


67 


690 


54 


713 


67 


891 


67 


891 


67 


891 


67 


891 


67 


883 


33 


891 


67 


1,584 


84 


891 


67 


883 


33 


891 


67 


891 


67 


445 


84 


670 


84 


891 


67 


1,034 


95 


891 


67 


591 


67 


441 


66 


891 


67 


891 


67 



Tom, J. E. . 
Walks, R. H. 
White, E. T. 



891 67 
908 34 
891 67 



Treasurer, Board of Education, 

Belleville 

Brantford 

Brockville 

Chatham 

Fort William 

Guelph 

Hamilton 

Kingston 

London 

Niagara. Falls 

North Toronto 

Ottawa 

Peterborough 

Port Arthur 

Prescott 

St. Catharines 

St. Mary's ? 

St. Thomas 

Smith's Falls 

Stratford 

Toronto 

Trenton 

Walkerville 

Windsor 

Woodstock 

Bancroft .Times, printing cir- 
culars 

Bell Telephone Co., messages_ . . 
Bracebridge Gazette, printing 

and stationery 

Can. Express Co., charges 

C.P.R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams ... 

Catholic Record, printing 

Commercial Text Book Co., 

paper 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Fotheringham & Popham, sta- 
tionery 

Gore Bay Record, printing .... 
Graham, A. E., rent of office . . . 

Grand & Toy, memo book 

G. N. W. Tel Co., telegrams 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., binding . . . 
Hendry, Geo. M. Co., stationery 
Hilts Printing Co., printing .... 
King's Printer distribution sta- 
tionery, 740.58; paper, 178.65 

Langford, A. A., Co., ink 

McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 
Merchants' Dock Co., freight 

charges 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

printing, etc 

Minden Echo, printing 

National Typewriter Co., rent of 

typewriter 

North Bay Despatch and Tri- 
bune, printing 

Parry Sound Canadian, station- 
ery and printing 



Grants 
125 
335 
120 
170 
196 
200 
1,010 
260 
765 
120 

05 
810 
255 
150 

35 
160 

50 

235 

115 

202 

4,545 

50 

55 
245 
140 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



19 


90 


3 


80 


4 


00 


8 


18 


1 


33 


6 


25 



4 50 
8 00 

18 30 

3 00 

100 00 

2 00 

3 75 

3 43 

4 19 
22 25 

919 23 

2 50 

350 00 

6 60 

1,881 94 
91 

2 00 

. 16 50 

28 00 






191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

Inspection of Public, Separate and District Schools. — Continued. 

Port Arthur Chronicle Ptg. Co., Toronto Globe Ptg. Co., adver- 

printing 3 50 tising 

3 ostmasters, postage stamps . . 193 55 Toronto Mail Ptg. Co., advertis- 

Purvis, Jas., express charges . . 90 ing 

Sault Stationers, Ltd., office sup- Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets 

plies 3 95 United Typewriter Co., paper . . 

Thomas Co., stationery 15 00 



1 95 

1 08 

40 00 

3 19 



R. W. Anglin: Twelve 
do 

R,. A. Croskery: 

do 
J. A. Brown: 
W. W. Jeffers: 
ft. J. Bryce: 
B. Leadbetter: 
A. Macpherson: 
M. E. Saunderson: 
Geo. Lyon: Three 



Departmental Examinations. 

Salaries ($1 1,350.00 J. 

months' salary as Registrar 2,300 00 

do Secretary, Matriculation Board . . 300 00 
do Clerk and Secretary, Board of 

Examiners 1,900 00 

do Asst. Secretary, Matriculation Bd. 300 00 

do Clerk in Registrar's Branch 1,350 00 

do Clerk of Examinations 1,250 00 

do Asst. do 1,200 00 

do Printer 1,100 CO 

do Stenographer 700 00 

do do 700 00 

do Clerk of Certificates 250 00 



Contingencies ($77,757.58). 



Examiners: 
Adams, J. H. 
Aitchison, B. . . 

Mian, F. B 

Allan, Mabel . . 
lAllan, Thos. . . . 
[Alexander, Frances 
(Alford, Ethel ... 
Anderson, F. C. 
Anderson, Lulie C. 
Anderson, W. G. 
Andrews, R. T. . . 

Anger, G. M 

Angus, Bella 

Aquinus, S 

Archibald, J. P. 
Armstrong, W. G. 
Armstrong, M. N. . 

;Arthur, C. C 

(Asselstine, O 

lAtkin, Edith .... 
lAylesworth, F. W. 

Bailey, J. J 

iBaird, A. W 

Baker, W. R 

I Baker, W. T 

Baker W. C. ..... 

Bald, W 

Baker, Jennie . . . 

Bale, G. S 

Ball, E. E 

Bannister, J. A. . . 

; Barber, A 

Barnes, C. L. 

Barron, R. A. 

(Bartley, Hattie M. 
Beacroft, W. A. 
Bell, G. B. 



Services. Expenses. 

126 00 3 95 

82 80 38 60 

135 00 4 95 

126 00 4 60 

81 75 

30 00 

126 00 13 75 

82 80 9 20 
104 40 5 35 
118 80 13 20 
104 40 7 25 

12 00 

7 50 

22 61 

15 00 1 25 

236 80 11 35 

49 00 

118 80 4 00 

111 60 8 60 

104 40 9 00 

15 00 2 35 

108 00 

Ill 60 12 50 

12 00 

108 00 13 50 

127 80 77 30 
15 00 .9 20 
82 80 1 90 

111 60 9 75 

126 00 1 10 

118 80 3 50 

76 20 

97 20 5 90 

118 80 4 45 

82 80 5 65 

30 00 

108 00 6 50 



Services. Expenses. 



Bell, J. S 

Bennett, J. S 

Bennett, A. R 

Berlanquet, H. S 

Bernath, A. C 

Bielby, G. H 

Birchard, A. F 

Blyth, Sara 

Bonis, H 

Bottomley, J 

Bouck, C. D 

Bridgman, Clara M. . 

Broderick, G. E 

Brown, Arthur 

Braithwaite, J. G 

Bretner, J. B 

Broughton, C. E 

Brown, T. A 

Brown, P. W 

Brown, H. W 

Brunt, R. A 

Bryan, H. W 

Buchanan, J. A 

Burchill, Mrs. J 

Burt, A. W 

Buchanan, J 

Bunnell, Effie M 

Burton, G 

Burgess, H. H 

Calvert, J. F 

Cameron, J. G 

Cameron, A. A. 

Cameron, A 

Cameron, J. H 

Campbell, J. D. 

Campbell, P. G 

Campbell, G. H. 



118 80 


9 20 


118 80 


4 40 


65 00 


2 45 


45 75 




51 92 




118 80 


5 15 


82 80 


16 50 


97 20 


2 45 


126 00 


5 60 


1 75 




41 25 




108 00 


9 70 


15 00 


2 02 


15 00 


3 65 


2 25 




35 00 




97 20 


8 10 


2 25 




118 80 


11 00 


212 40 


3 20 


172 80 


12 85 


144 00 


13 40 


100 80 


6 95 


82 80 


23 70 


98 00 


8 40 


12 00 


75 


126 00 


4 40 


108 00 


4 75 


14 40 




104 40 


5 75 


108 00 


8 00 


108 00 


4 85 


46 90 


6 25 


25 80 




118 80 


7 75 


182 40 


56 10 


146 40 


10 75 



96 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Departmental Examinations. — Continued. 



Contingencies.— Continued. 



Clark, 
Clark, 
Clark, 
Clark, 



Campbell, Mary 

Campbell, Alex. 

Cantelow, J. W. 

Cappon, Jas . . 

Carlyle, J. A. 

Carruthers, A. 

Case, H. J. ... 

Caselman, A. C. 

Chambers, A. . 

Chandler, Pearl 

Charlebois, Mrs. 

Chase, R. M. ... 

Cheney, W. J. ... 

Chidley, Agnes . 

Christie, D. M. . 

Chisholm, W. J. 

Chown, Hattie L. 

Chown, G 

Clark, M. D 

Clark, H. J 

Clark, J. C 

Ira , 

G. A 

P. H 

M. S 

Clayton, Vivian . . 

Clifford, M 

Coleman, H. T. 

Code, Ethel 

Cole, J. M 

Colin, Evelyn 

Colling, J 

Colling, G. P. ... 

Collins, H. E 

Cook, H. P 

Coombs, A. E 

Conn, Henry 

Cornish, G. A. 
Corkery, Florence 
Corkhill, E. J. ... 
Cornell, M. L. ... 

Cosens, A 

Cottle, E. M 

Coutts, R. D 

Courtice, S. J. 
Coughan, Loretto 
Coventry, I. J. 

Cowles, J. P 

Cowley, R. H. 
Crawford, J. T. 
Cringan, A. T. 
Cudmore, S. A. 
Cunningham, C. S. 
Cunningham, E. . 
Cummer, May . . . 

Currie, L. M 

Dandeno, J. B. 
Davidson, S. K. . . 

Davison, Jas 

Dearing, Chas. . . . 
Dearness, Jno. . . . 
De Cou, Nellie . . . 



L. 



Services. Expenses. 

46 31 

. 115 20 
118 80 



Services. Expenses. 



104 40 

152 40 

111 60 

56 49 



7 
126 



12 00 

97 20 

30 00 
104 40 

99 29 
203 30 

97 20 



4 
1 
15 
3 
4 



6 45 
43 70 



13 


45 


*8 


80 


9 


45 


44 


50 


9 


20 


10 


40 



7 20 




14 62 




111 60 


4 70 


111 60 


5 85 


108 00 


6 20 


111 60 


5 45 


183 60 


8 85 


104 40 


24 25 


118 80 


8 00 


73 20 


25 35 


97 20 


15 85 


15 00 


60 


90 00 


7 50 


108 00 


5 70 


151 20 


5 30 


104 40 


1 85 


15 00 


65 


118 80 


2 10 


16 40 




116 40 




118 80 


12 45 


118 80 


4 60 


148 97 


41 95 


199 20 




3 50 




118 80 


1 95 


136 80 


1 80 


15 00 


4 50 


2 00 




118 80 


5 50 


66 85 




100 80 


5 30 


50 




126 00 




118 80 


5 10 


97 20 


12 10 


108 00 


6 70 


39 00 




147 60 


2 70 


1 25 




122 40 


3 55 


38 30 




7 50 




118 80 


11 90 



Denyes, J. M 


. 144 00 


1 10 


Dickenson, E. N 


. 118 80 


10 30 


Dickinson, J. A 


73 80 


8 00 


Dobbie, Isabella 


108 00 


20 55 


Dafoe, Norma 


126 00 


6 60 


Dolan, G. R 


158 40 


10 70 


Dolan, J. H 


140 40 


1 80 


Douglas, Grace M. . 


15 30 




Doupe, H. A 


108 00 


10 20 


Dowkes, W. J 


122 40 


6 60 


Downing, J. H. 


82 80 


5 70 


Dowsley, W. C 


118 80 


10 95 


Dufton, O. Hope . . . 


12 00 




Dufton, L 


111 60 
118 80 


19 70 


Dugit, Rosalie A. . . . 


'/ 3b 


Duncan, E. A 


126 00 


5 80 


Eagle, D. M 


66 60 


10 95 


Eagleson, J. N 


25 




Elby, P. M 


118 80 


13 85 


Edgar, Pelham 


211 20 




Edmiston, J. A 


82 80 


3 10 


Edwards, C. H 


37 50 




Edwards, P. W. ... 


158 40 


9 35 


Edwards, W. G 


97 20 




Edwards, Mabel C. . 


82 80 


2 45 


Edwards, Grace . . . 


104 40 


8 00 


Elliott, Clara E. ... 


25 




Elliott, H. E 


118 80 


7 80 


Elliott, Jno 


144 00 


2 75 


Elliott, Thos. E 


58 63 




Ellis, W. S 


101 80 


68 00 


Ellis, M. A 


118 80 


13 95 


Emerv, C 


2 25 
177 70 




Emery, J. W 


51 60 


Evans, W. A 


86 40 




Evans, Jno 


44 40 


4 2b 


Ewers, C. F 


115 20 


2 45 


Ewing, N. A 


187 10 


47 41 


Paul, H. M 


12 00 


1 25 


Fairchild, A. H. ... 


118 80 


6 25 


Peasley, W. J 


126 00 


5 00 


Ferguson, F. R. ... 


118 80 


2 95 


Ferguson, Jno 


118 80 


1 50 


Ferguson, G. A. ... 


118 80 


4 65 


Ferguson, W. C. ... 


118 80 


9 35 


Findley, W 


182 40 




Firth, J. W 


118 80 


3 90 


Fleming, M. E 


118 80 


8 40 


Fleming, R. F 


94 05 


56 20 


Fletcher, W. S 


22 50 




Fletcher, Beatrice 


126 00 


13 70 


Fleury, J. M 


55 20 


18 09 


Flock, F. A 


118 80 


5 95 


Forrester, J. W 


118 80 


16 50 


Foster, Jessie 


126 00 


4 35 


Fox, Elizabeth 


38 75 




Fraser, J. W 


86 40 


9 70 


Fraser, Marjorie 


15 00 




Fraser, W. H 


110 40 


10 50 


Freeman, J. A 


118 80 


1 95 


Gaboury, V. H 


17 20 





191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



97 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Departmental Examinations. — Continued. 



Contingencies.— Continued. 



Galbraith, W. J. 
Garner, J. W. * 
Garrett, Evelyn . 

Garvin, J 

Garvin, F. P. 
Gibson, Ethel . . 
Gibson, J. W. . 
Giles, Edith A. 
Gilmour, A. ... 
Girdler, Winifred 
Girdwood, A. R. 
Glassey, D. A. 
Goodland, Alma . 
Goulding, Hanna 
Gourley, A. . . 
Graham, M. G. . 
Gralb, Mabel M 
Grant, Christina 
Grant, D. M. 
Graves, Bessie 
Gray, G. L. 
Granger, H. A 
Green, L. A. . 
Grose, Annie . 
Groves, W. E. 
Gundry, A. P. 
Hackett, E. . . 
Hagan, J. W. . 
Hagerman, A. F 
Harkness, Mary 
Halley, Isabel . 

Hall, W 

Hallett, W. H. 
Hamilton, M A 
Hamiltor, W. B 
Hamilton, J. R. 
Hamilton, W. J. 
Hammond, J. E 
Hanna, Edw. . . 
Hardy, £:. A. . 
flardie, Win. . . 
Harterre, J S. 

Hartley, J 

Harvey, W. B. . 
Harvey, W. ... 
Hatch, S. B. .. 
Hedley, W. P. 
Henry, L. C. . . 
Henry, T. M. 
Henstridge, E. . 
Hicks, R. M. .. 
Hill, Mary 

Hills, M 

Hillman, Ida . 
Hind, Edith .. 
Hindson, Hilda 
Hitsman, S. A. 

Hoag, J. P 

Hofferd, G. W. 
Hogarth, D. A. 
Hogarth, E. S. 

7 P.A. 



Services. Expenses. 

22 20 3 25 

15 00 

12 00 ... 

15 00 1 80 

126 00 11 70 

126 00 5 75 

26 25 1 00 

108 00 12 00 
126 00 7 25 
104 40 8 70 

81 68 10 90 
118 80 4 55 

82 80 4 80 
111 60 12 50 
145 20 

24 75 

118 80 

118 80 39 60 

136 80 8 75 

100 80 7 70 

129 60 4 45 

118 80 6 70 

151 38 30 

104 40 2 90 

99 60 

144 00 7 90 

118 80 5 25- 

118 80 5 90 

2 00 

132 00 23 55 

126 00 Y 10 

118 80 7 85 

42 60 

126 00 7 25 

118 80 11 20 

118 80 11 35 

156 78 38 45 

104 40 5 25 

126 00 3 60 

117 60 

118 80 16 85 
2 25 

73 50 

15 00 3 25 

82 80 10 3C 

109 80 

115 20 8 95 

126 00 7 45 

100 80 13 10 

111 60 9 90 

82 80 11 95 

82 80 2 45 

118 80 7 20 

10 05 

122 40 64 40 

108 00 5 35 

41 70 

7 00 

118 80 6 70 

25 00 1 25 
111 60 1 95 



Hollingshead, J. E 

Hood, F 

Hoover, E. E. , 

Hoppin, E 

Horton, C. W. 
Houston, Jessie 
Houston, J. A. 
Howell, W. B. 
Huffman, F. . . 
Huggins, I. J. . 
Hutchinson, May 
Her, H. A. ... 
Ingall, E. E. . 
Ingram, R. ... 
Irwin, Wm. . 
Irwin, A. H. 

Ivey, T. J 

James, K. C. 
Jamieson, C. E. 
Jamieson, J. S. , 
Jeffries, Jno. . . 
Jennings, W. A 
Jennings, E. W. 
Jermyn, P. T. . 
Johnston, G. W 
Johnston, Agnes 
Johnston, Leah 
Joliffe, E. H. 
Jones, Laura 
Jordan, A. A. 
Kaiser, J. B. 
Karr, J. W. 
Keast, W. .. 
Keegan, J. D. 
Keillor, J. . . . 
Keith, G. W. 
Kelso, A. C. . 
Kemp, W. . . 
Kennedy, T. 
Kent, Eleanor 
Keough, L. R 
Kerr, Chas. . 
Kerr, Mrs. W 
Kerfoot, H. W 
Keyes, S. J. 
Kidd, F. W. 
Kidd, W. L. 
Kilmer, E. C. 
Kirkconnell, T. A 
Kirkwood, W. A 
Knight, Carrie . . 
Kotzenmeyer, G. 

Laird, S 

Lane, J. S 

Lang, Constance 

Later, T. J 

Lawlor, Gertrude 

Leake, A. H 

Lee, A. A 

Levan, I. M. 
Liddy, W. R 



Services. Expenses. 

Ill 60 1 90 

144 00 13 35 

36 75 2 00 

4 20 

118 80 

97 20 10 05 

54 00 

33 25 

25 00 1 10 

1 25 

82 80 8 85 

97 20 18 20 

59 30 

15 00 5 35 

130 80 33 55 

25 00 2 25 

147 60 6 60 
10 00 

108 00 5 80 

104 40 12 85 

129 60 4 65 

118 80 

Ill 60 3 45 

118 80 

100 80 7 60 

108 00 4 90 

118 80 7 70 

118 80 ....... 

Ill 60 5 50 

51 40 

108 00 14 35 

148 65 68 30 
115 20 

88 80 3 85 

118 80 

118 80 4 45 

102 60 7 90 

126 00 8 80 

115 20 

108 00 9 05 

111 60 13 55 

118 80 3 70 

61 75 5 69 

118 80 7 45 

45 90 15 20 

108 00 

122 40 1 75 

14 30 

140 40 3 45 

177 00 2 20 

118 80 9 00 

108 00 8 85 

8 90 

118 80 16 35 

126 00 

60 00 3 75 
111 60 

82 80 

122 40 4 85 

51 60 17 80 

15 00 45 



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No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Departmental Examinations.— Continued . 



Contingencies.— Continued. 



Services. Expenses. 



Services. Expenses. 



Little, R. A 

Logan, Jessie M 

Logan, E. E 

Longman, E 

Lovering, J. E 

Lowe, W. D 

Lucas, G. A 

Ludlow, M. E 

McAllister, Annie 

McBride, Sara 

McCartin, R. H 

McCool, I 

McCormack, M. Irene 

McCready, S 

McCuaig, H. M 

McCutcheon, J. M. ... 
McCutcheon, E. L. P.. 

McDonald, L 

McDonald, J. P 

McDougall, M 

McDougall, J. B 

McParlane, J. H 

Mcintosh, Agnes I. . . 

Mclntyre, E. A 

Mclntyre, M. E 

McKee, Geo., 

McKellar, H 

McKeracher, D. M. . . . 

McKenzie, M 

McKinnon, C 

McLaughlin, J 

McLay, W. S. W. ..... . 

McManus, Emily 
McMillan, G. O 

McNab, G. G 

McNab, J. C 

McNeice, Jas 

McPhail, A. C 

McQuarrie, G. B 

McRae, J. C 

McSherry Charlotte . 

Mabee, G. E 

Madill, A. J 

MacBeth, Mrs. E 

Macintosh, Wm 

MacKay, E. W. . . 

MacKay, Minnie, 

MacKay, J. M 

MacKenzie, E. S 

MacLaurin, P. C 

MacLean, A. E 

MacLennan, C. Lillie . 

Macpherson, W. E 

Macpherson, F. P 

Magee, J. A 

Mansell, N. C 

Mara, Ida M 

Marcellus, E 

Main, Oscar 

Mallory, Bertha 

Mann, H. C 



118 80 
97 20 



00 
60 



2 
111 

12 00 
118 80 
104 40 

21 75 
82 80 
82 80 
55 00 

13 32 
118 80 

22 20 
102 00 

19 75 

100 80 
40 00 
30 00 
58 80 
28 25 
27 40 

108 00 
24 00 
15 
26 

126 

118 



00 
10 
00 
80 

8 25 
118 80 

75 00 
160 80 
118 80 
118 80 

36 60 
104 40 

15 00 
118 80 

25 00 
2 00 

33 75 

144 00 

122 40 

50 

92 40 

15 00 
104 40 
115 20 

82 80 
118 80 
118 80 
118 80 
126 00 
205 90 
122 40 

58 31 

122 40 

122 40 

1 25 

104 40 

82 80 



11 80 

2 45 

3* 45 

11 95 

3 70 
2 10 

12 00 
6 70 



11 


95 


3 


50 


4 


15 


7 


50 



96 

39 20 

2 35 

60 

14 35 



6 05 
11 40 

'845 
18 35 

16*25 

15 60 

1 10 

17 40 

8 20 



16 


80 


39 


30 


19 


49 


3 


95 


13 


20 


8 


80 


8 


80 


19 


20 


16 


70 


36 


70 


6 


00 



16 60 

4 70 

7 85 
13 60 



H. 



Malcolm, Geo. . 
Marlin, L. A. 
Marshall, C. F. 
Marshall, J. W. 
Matheson, Jno. 
Mathews, J. E. 
Massey, A. W. 
Mayberry, Mrs. 

May, Annie 

Mawhinney, Frances A. 

Meade, Robt 

Merkley, A. J 

Merritt, R. M 

Messmore, J. F 

Miller, E. A 

Mills, G. K 

Milne, T. F 

Mitchell, Blanche . . . 

Mitchell, May 

Moir, Isabella 

Moffatt, W. J 

Moffat, T. E 

Moir, Catherine 

Moore, J. R 

Moore, J. L 

Mooney, W. H. F. 

Morgan, S. A 

Morgan, J. W 

Morgan, J. J 

Morgan, J 

Morrison, Delia 

Morrison, Edw 

Morrow, A. E. 

Mortimer, Grace 

Moses, Clarke 

Moshier, D. D 

Mueller, P. W 

Murday, A. M 

Muir, Jessie 

Munro, P. F 

Munro, Margaret 

Myer, A. N 

Nelson, A. F 

Nelson, Arietta 

Nesbit, D. A 

Neville, Mrs. A. B. 

Nichol, Gretta 

Nichol, W. W 

Norman, L 

Norris, A. D 

Norris, J. C 

Norton, Ida 

Nugent, Jas 

Oakley, M. G , 

Odell, A , 

O'Donohue, J 

O'Grady, J. L , 

Ovens, Winnifred 

Painter, A. J , 

Park, H. G 

Parlee, Edith 

Passmore, S. F 



144 00 
118 80 
20 

90 



60 
00 



115 
14 
167 40 
118 80 
140 40 
1 75 
100 80 
82 80 
15 00 
15 00 
136 80 
126 00 
118 80 
54 00 
12 00 
82 80 
82 80 
104 40 
122 40 
108 00 
111 
144 
131 96 
118 80 
88 35 
18 25 
50 91 
133 20 
104 40 
118 80 
118 80 
15 30 
15 00 
13 25 
129 60 
15 00 
126 00 
118 80 
98 40 
118 80 
104 40 
97 20 
28 55 
4 25 
8 25 
118 80 
97 20 
126 00 

35 

108 

111 

118 80 

15 00 

106 20 

75 75 

100 80 

1 25 

154 90 

108 00 

100 80 



15 

00 
60 



5 20 
10 95 

6 50 



78 55 


13 20 


12 20 


14 60 


4 75 


4 00 


1 35 


4 80 


11 50 



8 15 
1 70 
8 50 
3 35 
6 20 
5 20 



6 


45 


19 


10 


1 


20 


6 


00 


16 


30 


5 


30 


2 


95 



4 87 



7 00 
14*70 



4 20 

7 45 

21 50 



13 85 

4 00 
13 70 

15 10 
6 70 

13 60 

10 65 

2 65 

16 55 
6 20 
8 85 

3275 
40 95 

5 10 



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9fr 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Departmental Examinations.— Continued. 



Contingencies.— Continued. 



Services. Expenses. 



Pattee, Mrs. A. . . . 
Patterson, W. J. 
Patterson, Harriet 
Paterson, R. A 



126 00 

113 40 

126 00 

48 00 

Patterson, A. M 122 40 

15 00 

25 

1 00 

118 80 

118 80 

52 00 
3 00 

130 80 
12 00 
65 45 
97 20 

53 30 
23 25 
53 20 
15 00 



Pearce, Thos 

Percy, C. W 

Percy, C. E 

Perry, P 

Perry, S. W 

Phillips, S 

Pickles, S 

Piersol, W. H 

Piatt, Maud 

Plewes, J. W 

Potter, Dolly 

Powell, A 

Prendergast, William 

Pride, A 

Pringle, J. S 

Pugsley, E 118 80 

Race, W. B 255 31 

Radcliffe, S. J 121 30 

Radcliffe, R. J 37 20 

Ramsay, C 25 

Rand, W. E 133 20 

Rannie, M. R 2 00 

Reed, G. H 118 80 

Reid, Robt 118 80 

Redd, T. E 104 40 

! Reid, Neil D 51 25 

Richardson, Kate 104 40 

Ritchie, J 155 64 

Robertson, A. E 4 00 

Robertson, Dorothea . 10 35 

Robertson, J. C 118 80 

Robertson, H. S 114 60 

Rogers, W. C 30 00 

Ross, S. R 37 50 

Rudlen, G. W 158 80 

Rundle, J. A Ill 60 

Russell, F. J 97 20 

Russell, J. W 97 20 

Rutherford, M. H Ill 60 

Rutherford, W. W. ... 133 20 

Salter, W. J 97 20 

Sanders, Charlotte . . 104 40 

Saunders, W. J 118 80 

■ Saunders, W. R 115 20 

i Sandison, Mabel 7 50 

; Schell, A. W 104 40 

f Scott, G. E 15 00 

Scott, W. W 108 00 

, Scott, Wm Ill 80 

Scovell, H. R 126 79 

Seaton, E. T 25 25 

:Seavey, J. R 244 85 

I Sexton, J. H 118 80 

Shannon, S 169 71 

jSheppard, A. M Ill 60 

Sheppard, P. W 141 60 

Shultis, A 104 40 



6 50 
24 45 
11 95 
15 70 

'*25 



4 30 

6 20 

14 10 



18 15 



35 

4 10 

29 15 

87 20 

10 30 

13* 60 



12 35 

T45 
11 85 



43 70 

4 60 
2 20 

27 45 

i'46 

12 05 
19 40 

6 55 

5 55 
5 85 

13 20 



5 35 

60 

4 85 



35 70 

14 60 

7 10 

4 65 

32 35 

3 70 



Silcox, S 

Simpson, R. S. 

Sine, F 

Skinner, K. C. . 

Slater, A 

Slemon, E. T. ... 

Sliter, E. O 

Smith, W. G 

Smith, J. H 

Smith, C. T 

Smith, G. O 

Smith, L. C 

Smith, D. E 

Smith, H. L 

Smith, Margaret . 

Smith, J. M 

Smith, M. H 

Smith, F. P 

Smith, C. R 

Smith, K 

Smith, A. W 

Smeaton, Wm 

Solmes, H. M 

Somers, Mrs. H. B. 
Somerville, T. C. . . 

Speirs, T. E 

Spotton, H. B 

Srigley, E. C 

Staples, L. E 

Stares, H. A 

Steele, Alex 

Steele, W. S 

Steele, Flora E. . . . 
Steinhoff, E. M. 

Stevenson, A 

Stevenson, L 

Stevenson, W. J. 
Stevenson, O. J. 

Stone, G. S 

Stone, Alice B 

Story, Gladys 

Stothers, M. E 

Stuart, J. R 

Stuart, Chas. E. . . . 

Stuart, J. R 

Stubbs, S. J 

Strang, Rose 

Summers, G 

Swain, J. S 

Sweeney, Agnes . . . 
Tamblyn, W. F. 
Tapscott, H. B. 

Tate, M. E 

Taylor, J. A 

Taylor, W 

Taylor, Mabel 

Thompson, R 

Thompson, H. C. 

Tilley, W. E. 

Tom, J. E 

Tracey, Edith G. . . 
Tremeer, Hattie . . 



Services. Expenses. 



79 60 

100 80 

115 20 

118 80 

1 25 

165 45 

48 00 

42 50 

17 75 

12 00 

99 60 

100 80 

118 80 

122 40 

104 40 

158 40 

108 00 

118 80 

104 40 

118 

9 



80 
00 



118 80 



118 



118 80 
118 80 

94 20 
118 20 

15 00 
1 25 

88 80 

12 50 

126 00 

1 50 

50 65 
174 00 

86 40 



111 60 

115 20 

104 40 

111 60 

118 80 

4 20 

12 00 

15 00 

144 00 

82 80 

45 00 

34 14 

122 40 

22 50 

129 60 

118 80 

15 00 

136 80 

126 00 

122 40 

12 00 

15 00 

15 20 

12 00 

108 00 



36 50 

15 25 

7 85 

4 45 

63*50 
23 80 



60 

6 50 

13 10 



85 

75 

15 

75 

30 

9 10 

3 60 

2 90 



16 


85- 


8 


i& 


11 


95 


5 


85 


13 


80 




6 


20 


2 


30 


10 


05. 







8 25 

2 30* 
14 55- 
10 25'- 

3 25» 

5 35 

6 60 
16 80> 



1 65 

5 75 

15 70 
25 

16 5tf 

1 82 
•6 10 

5 70 

2 06 
20 
15 



9 
3 

55 45. 



75 



12 80 



100 



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No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Departmental Examinations. — Continued. 



Tremeer, Jas 

Trenaman, M. N. . 

Tuck, J. R 

Tuer, Margaret 

Tuke, W. H 

Twohey, W. J 

Tytler, W 

Underhill, J. A 


( 

Services. E 

118 80 

118 80 

118 80 

104 40 

122 40 

122 40 

27 30 

25 00 

17 00 

65 25 

. . 151 20 

188 80 

108 00 

108 00 

65 60 

32 40 

.. 189 60 

104 40 

118 80 

50 

M. 108 00 

144 00 

52 00 

55 85 

25 20 

13 35 

.. 133 86 

126 00 

118 80 

191 55 

97 20 
94 00 
75 00 

118 80 
.. 108 00 

118 80 
.. 55 00 

111 60 

108 00 

98 32 
115 20 
118 80 

37 38 
54 75 
136 80 
104 40 
118 80 
118 80 
266 40 
104 40 
162 35 

. . 1,256 00 

K. 545 07 

.. -520 00 

79 00 

. . 328 75 

107 33 

97 33 

96 16 


Contingencies. 

xpenses. 

3 95 
9 25 

5 05 

4 30 

6 30 
8 85 


—Continued. 

Se 

Brown, J. A 

Chenery, W. J 

Chim, M 

Chisholm, N 

Colling, J 

Clark, Jno 

Crane, R. E 

Crawford, S. H 

Cringan, L 

Davis, A 

Dies, M. R 

Dimock, J. E 

Dixon, A 

Dowdall, E. P 

Dyer, W. S 

Fairbairn, A. M. 

Forsyth, E 

Fraser, Marjorie . . 

George, R 

Henry, V. R 

Hynes, Irene 

Jamieson, A. D 

Keaehie, L. M 

Lamon, T. D 

Langton, H. V 

Lewis, Nora 

McDonald, J. G. ... 
McKee, C 


rvices. El 
97 91 

36i 00 
54 67 

107 32 
24 00 

516 00 

217 70 

52 00 
160 00 
652 60 
641 60 

69 83 
81 50 

225 82 
48 00 

53 00 
176 00 
255 00 

36 00 
273 12 
593 00 
329 99 
196 50 

97 09 
370 33 

65 00 

97 42 

114 65 

1 25 

70 00 
99 00 

174 83 
61 33 

385 62 

39 33 

. 47 33 

143 33 

217 91 

les Co., 

essages, 
uments, 


vpenses. 

400 

L'7 33 

"700 
6 15 

"245 
19 25 


6 


60 


Voaden, A. C 

Walks, R. H 

Walkdon, D. F 

Walker, D. M. 

Walker, A. J 

Wialker, D 

Wallace W S 


21 85 
25 25 
30 -30 
4 60 
7 60 
55 05 


Wallace, M. W 

Ward, Wm 

Ward, Ada L 

Warner, E. . 


44 
8 
3 


80 
10 
90 


Watson, Jno 

Watterworth, Grace 

Waugh, Jno 

Weishar, Philip 
Westervelt, J. W. 
Wetherell, J. E. ... 


15 

9 


10 

75 


i5 50 






::::::: 

1 80 1 

.'.'.WW i 

8 80 

WW'.' 

80 - 

1 20 
3 20 

8 50 ! 

71 05 

5 70 
15 

2 00 

17 50 

13 08 
100 00 

225 00 

11 20 

1 50 

20 15 

6 25 

3 65 
71 97 ' 


26 


85 


White, J. F 

White, R. 

Whiteley, L. R 

Whyte, Robt 

Whyte, D 

Wightman, S 

Wilkinson, J. H. 
Williams, J. S 


15 

'*7 

5 

25 

9 


70 

10 
60 
10 
10 


McGillvray, F 

MacLeod, M. A. ... 

Maddock, C. 

Murray J. C, 

Oxley, D 






Perry, W. W 

Rolling, W 

Rowe, J. S 

Saunders, D 

Treloar, G. E 

Contingencies: — 
Amer. Multigraph Sa 

supplies and repairs 
Bell Telephone Co., m 

8.05; rent of instr 

63 00 


Williams, Edna J. . . 

Wiliams, A 

Williams, M. I 

Williams, T. E 

j Willson, Alice 

, Wilson, E.M 

r Wilson, W. A 


6 

7 
5 


35 
85 
55 


6 
6 


10 

25 


,-■ Windsor, Annie 
Witheril, E. R. ... 
Wood, E, E 


14 
2 


15 
35 


,; Wood worth, S. C. . . 
^=Wren, J. S 






Brigdens, Ltd., diagrams, etc. 

Brown, W. J., cartage 

Burroughs Adding Machine 

Co., paper 

Cairns, B„ wax seals, 10.00; 

repairs, 7.50 






,. Wright, D. T. ..... 

; Wright, Robt 

Wright, W. J 

f Wrong, G. M 


4 
3 
8 


35 
75 
50 


7 
29 


90 
00 


< Yarwood, Mary 

','. Young, D. 

Clerical Assistance :- 
Anderson, C. W. . 
Armstrong, Marion 
Austin, Gordon . . 
Barrie, Minnie . . . 
Beecroft, W. A. . 

Bennet, R. F 

Bishop, J. M 

Brockenshire, M. 


Can. Express Co., charges . . . 

Clark, Chas., diplomas 

Clark, J. F., special services as 
assistant printer 


Copp, Clark Co., blank books. . 

Cushing, J. S., type 

Dom. Express Co., charges... 

Grand & Toy, fountain pen . . . 

Hanson's Drug Store, chemi- 
cals 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., blank 
books and binding 


















2 
3 

4 


00 
45 
60 



191112 



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101 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Departmental Examinations.— Continued 



Hawthorne, Wm„ sterilizing 
bags 

Hendry, G. M. Co., elements of 
design 

Hogarth, Thos., cartage 

King's Printer, distribution 
stationery 

MacGillvray Bros., binders . . . 

McCorkindale, L., cartage .... 

MoMaster, M., postage stamps 

Machon Sealing Wax Co., seal- 
ing wax 

Methodist Book & Publishing 
House, printing, etc 

Miller & Richard, printers' 
supplies 

Mills, M., postage stamps . . . 

Monarch Typewriter Co., type- 
writers 

Newsome & Gilbert, repairs to 
typewriter 

Ontario Soap and Oil Co., sup- 
plies 

Piersol, ~W. H., botanical and 



Contingencies.— Continued. 

zoological specimens and 

5 00 microscopic slides 50 85 

Pinder, Jas., repairs to bags . . 7 50 

1 25 Porter's Safety Seal Co., seal 20 00 
20 50 Rawlinson, M., cartage 2 00 

Remington Typewriter Co., 

3,155 68 supplies 1 50 

57 75 Reynolds, G. N., & Co., cabi- 

35 nets, chairs, etc 174 22 

914 00 Robertson; H. S., stationery . . 7 15 

Saxe, D. W., cartage 2 00 

176 00 Scythes & Co., canvas bags . . 140 00 

Thompson, Ahem & Co., duty 

1,502 26 and brokerage charges 6 25 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 85 00 
230 99 United Typewriter Co., rent 

100 00 of typewriter 24 00 

Vannevar & Co., books and sta- 

467 00 tionery 6 00 

Washington & Johnson, tables 105 00 
16 25 Westman & Baker, adjusting 

paper cutter 5 55 

2 00 World's Dustless Brush Co., 

brush 5 00 



Advisory Council ($2,806 s 02), 



Allowance and Expenses 
as Member. 



Allowance. Expenses. 


Burwash, Rev. N. ... 


100 00 




Campbell, N. W 


100 00 


38 70 


Colles, Rev. W. H. G. 


100 00 


32 80 


Falconer, Rev. R. A... 


100 00 




Hutton, Maurice 


100 00 




James, N. C 


100 00 




Johnston, H 


100 00 




Jordan, A. A 


100 00 


68 82 


Laughton, J. H 


100 00 


29 55 


McCrimmon, A. L. ... 


100 00 




Macklem, Rev. P. C. . 


100 00 




Martin, S 


100 00 


18 25 


Matheson, J 


100 00 


12 35 


Morrison, J. J 


100 00 


14 80 



Allowance. Expenses. 
Murphy, Rev. W. J. . 100 00 50 20 

Plewes, J. W 

Reid, T. A 

Rogers, J. J 

Smith, G. A 

Contingencies : — 
Dickinson, J. A., tr 
Evans, W. E., trav. exps. . 
King's Printer, distribution 

stationery 

McMaster, M., post- 
age stamps 

Mills, M., postage 

, stamps 

Scrigley, E. C, trav. exps 

Voaden, A., trav. exps 



100 00 


61 00 


100 00 


62 87 


100 00 


24 40 


100 00 




exps. . . 


9 50 


s 


3 70 



43 53 

250 00 

162 00 
11 95 
11 60 



Text=Book Committee ($12,863.29). 



Allan, P. B., services re analysis 

of paper 

Andrews, Grace, services at 

2.66 2-3 per diem 

Andrews, Grace, services at 2.70 

per diem 

Baker & Taylor, books 

Black, Gladys, services at 2.00 

per diem 

Brigdens, iLtd., diagrams and 

pictures 

Bright, Olive, services at 2.00 

per diem 

|Brown, Anna M., services at 2.00 

per diem 



20 


00 


346 


67 


70 

27 


20 
72 


614 


00 


62 


45 


628 


00 


628 


00 



Burt, A. W., services revising 
text-books 

Cairns, B., stamp 

Canada Customs, duty charges 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Casselman, A. C, services pre- 
paring manuals 

Chisholm, W. I., services pre- 
paring manuals 

Copp, Clark Co., books 

Denison, E. P., services at 2.05 
per diem 

Dominion Express Co., charges. 

Eaton, T., Co., books 



50 


00 




25 




30 


1 


90 


100 


00 


100 


00 


39 


44 


642 


20 


6 


66 


2 


36 



102 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Text=Book Committee.— Continued. 



Essery, J. W., services preparing 
manuals 

Etskorn, B., German readers. . . 

Fleming, R. F., trav. expenses. 

Fox, F., typewriting manuscript 

Gage, W. J. & Co., books 

Galbraith Photo Co., photos . . 

Gibson, J. W., services prepar- 
ing manuals 

Goggin, D. J., services as editor 
text books, 3,000.00; travell- 
ing expenses, 3.00 

Grip, Ltd., drawings, illustra- 
tions, etc 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., books 

Heffernan, W., typewriting .... 

Humphreys, W., services at 2.00 
per diem 

Hunter, Rose Co., books .... 

Karr, W. J., services preparing 
manuals 

Keyes, S. J., services preparing 
manuals 

King's Printer, distribution sta- 
tionery 

X<eroy, G., typewriting manu- 
script 

L.evan, I. M., services revising 
text-books 

McCutcheon, J. M., services pre- 
paring manuals 

McMaster, M., postage stamps . 

McMillan Co., books 

McPherson, F. F., services pre- 
paring manuals, 200.00; trav- 
elling expenses, 4.05 

Maher, P., cab hire 

Marshall, E. M., typewriting 
manuscript 

Meth. Book and Pub. House, 
books, 112.99; printing and 
binding. 1,776.19 

Morang Educational Co., books 

Morgan, S. A., /travelling exV 
penses, 7.85; services prepar- 
ing manuals, 200.00; services 
revising text books, 75.00 . . . 

Morrison, H. L., repairs to in- 
dicator 



100 00 
1 13 

24 79 
20 28 
18 56 
23 00 

100 00 



3,003 00 



177 

3 

33 


41 

87 
00 


164 
1 


00 
92 


100 


00 


100 


00 


343 


45 


122 


88 


50 


00 


100 

250 

12 


00 
00 
28 


204 

1 


05 
00 



54 00 



,889 
6 


18 
96 


282 


85 


5 


50 



Moshier, D. D., services prepar- 
ing manuals 

Mowey, B., typewriting manu- 
script 

Musson Book Co., books 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., re- 
pairs 

Newell, R., cab hire 

Painter, A. J., travelling ex- 
penses 

Peebles, A. M., typewriting 
manuscript 

Pickles, S., travelling expenses 

Pope, Sir Jos., 5,000 copies of 
" The Flag of Canada " 

Prendergast, Wm, services pre- 
paring manuals 

Radcliffe, S. J., services prepar- 
ing manuals, 200.00; travell- 
ing expenses, 8.70 

Reid, T. A., travelling expenses 

Scott, Wm., services preparing 
manuals 

Sealey, Ethel, services revising 
text-books 

Seavey, J. R., travelling expen- 
ses, 14.40; photos, 20.25 

Silcox, S., services preparing 
manuals 

Slemon, E. T., services prepar- 
ing manuals 

Stevenson, A., services prepar- 
ing manuals, 100.00; services 
revising text books, 50.00 .... 

Thompson, Ahern & Co., broker- 
age charges 

Thorburn & Abbott, books 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 

Toronto Star Printing Co., ad- 
vertising 

Walker, D., travelling expenses, 
10.35; services preparing man- 
uals, 200.00 

Waugh, Jno., services revising 
text books 

White, D., services preparing 
manuals 



100 00 



63 
1 


81 
80 


1 


60 
00 


10 


00 


107 

27 


22 
45 


500 00 


100 00 


208 
12 


70 
20 


200 00 


50 00 


34 


65 


100 


00 


100 


00 



150 00 

1 25 
13 50 
55 00 

7 50 



210 35 

75 00 

200 00 



Secretarial Work ($90.00). 



Armstrong, M. K., special ser- 
ices re French and English 
report 



15 00 



Faulds, E. A., special services 
re French and English report 25 00 

Lyons, Geo., extra services as 

clerk of correspondence .... 50 00 



Queen's University, Kingston ($12,000.00). 

Treasurer, Queen's University, grant, education of teachers 12,000 00 



Professional training of First Class Teachers and High School Assistants ($15,000.00) 

Bursar, University of Toronto, grant 15,000 00 



191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



103 



EDUCATION.— Continued, 



Grantsto Teachers Engaged in Model. School Training ($4,999.91). 



Hamilton: 

Balfour, W , 

Brown, J. C , 

Dickson, E , 

Jamieson, M., .... 

Kenny, M 

Kapple, E 

Lafarelle, H. 

McCallum, J. W. 

McKenzie, K 

Maleolmson, I 

Manning, A. E 

Mitchell, C 

Montgomery, M. 

Neilson, M 

Rioch, E. V 

Sellar, A 

Stannard, M 

Wood, J 



London: 

Cannel, Charlotte . . 
Fisher, Florence 
Fleming, Margaret E. 
Giddens, Millicent 
Hawkins, Mrs. H. . . 
Ingamells, Edith 
McNaughton, Coral 
Parkinson, J. T. ... 

Rogers, Dora 

Rudd, L. M 

Skelton, Minnie 
Sutton, Gertrude 
Theobald, Geo. R. . . 

Wallis, Wm 

Walton, Jennie .... 
Winnett, Violet ... 



C. 



Nerth Bay: 
Cairns, Mrs 
Castle, Mary 
Collins, Mary 
Harvey, E. 
Kelly, M. E. . 
Phillips, A. A. 
Sheritt, Miss 
Smith, Miss 
Spockman, C. 
Stewart, J. B. . 



59 25 
59 25 

59 25 
59 25 
39 50 
59 25 
59 25 
59 25 
59 25 
59 25 
79 00 
59 25 
59 25 
59 25 
59 25 
59 25 
59 25 
59 25 



59 25 
59 25 
59 25 
59 25 
59 25 
59 25 
59 25 
79 00 
59 25 
39 50 
59 25 
59 25 
59 25 
79 00 
59 25 
59 25 



49 77 
59 25 
59 25 
59 25 
49 77 
59 25 
21 33 
21 33 
59 25 
79 00 



Ottawa: 
Atwood, A. E. ... 
Holmes, C. W. .. 
Kingston, M. C. . 

Lough, H 

McFarlane, K. 

Moffatt, J 

Robertson, Q. ... 
Strachan, V. 
Thompson, B. 

Peterborough: 

Cadwell, L. C. . 
Cameron, A. 
Downey, R. F. 

Hallett, M 

Jackson, J. A. ... 

Lightfoot, J 

Marley, D 

Morrow, E 

Morrow, M 

Neale, W. J 

Perrin, L 

Peters, A. E 

Richardson, W. L. 

Ross, M 

Smith, E. B 

Staples, A. A. 
Stubbs, M. E. ... 
Walkey, W. H. . 
Warner, M. R. 

Stratford: 
Abraham, M. 
Findlayson, E. . . 

Forman, M 

Frank, B 

Garden, F. E. ... 
Gaudy, J. 
Hamilton, C. A. . 
Hamilton, D. 
Johnston, A. 

Johnston, J 

McKnight, C. L. . 

Mann, J 

Mingay, L 

Rankin, W 

Robinson, E. 

Slaughter, G. W. . 
Walker, E. L 



79 


00 


59 


25 


20 


54 


59 


25 


41 


08 


59 


25 


59 


25 


59 


25 


59 


25 


39 


50 


19 


75 


79 


00 


59 


25 


39 


50 


39 


50 


59 


25 


59 


25 


55 


30 


47 


40 


55 


30 


55 


30 


79 


00 


39 


50 


55 


30 


55 


30 


24 


49 


55 


30 


31 


60 


59 


25 


59 


25 


59 


25 


59 


25 


59 


25 


59 


25 


59 


25 


59 


25 


59 


25 


59 


25 


59 


25 


59 


25 


55 


30 


39 


50 


59 


25 


79 


00 



59 25 



Temporary Teachers in Normaljand Model Schools in cases of illness ($231.00). 



Services at 3.00 per diem: — 

Jones, Mrs. F. A 

McMurphy, G 

Mclntyre, G 



93 00 
3 00 

75 00 



Moir, Mrs. M. 
Porter, C. H. 
Sullivan, H. . 



24 00 

3 00 

33 00 



To Provide Pictures for Normal Schools ($2,764.65). 



Bell-Smith, F. M., picture 375 00 

Berlin Photographic Co., pictures 1,075 12 
! Clark, C. A. H., gold bronze 

labels 371 50 



Cutts, Gertrude S., picture 150 00 

Jeffreys, C. W., picture 200 00 

Mackenzie & Co., mounting pic- 
tures 1 25 



104 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



To Provide Pictures for Normal Schools. — Continued. 



Phillips Mfg. Co., frames 482 00 

Staples, 0., picture 75 00 

Thompson, Ahern & Co., broker- 
age charges 50 



Co. 



Vokes Hardware 

points 

Walton & Co., portraits . 



frame 



40 
33 88 



Portraits of Their Majesties The King and Queen ($1,649.80). 

Downey, W. & D., photogravures 1,649 80 

Grants for Equipment to Rural Public Schools for Observation Purposes ($675.00). 



The Trustees of P. S. Section: — 
7 Ancaster 


15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00. 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 


13 Mornington 

3 Nepean 

12 Otonabee 

16 do ." 


15 00 
15 00 


12 do 


15 00 


15 do 


15 00 


2 Barton 


9 Saltfleet 

1 Smith 

2 do 


15 00 


5 do 

7 do 


15 00 
15 00 


8 Dorchester 


3 do 

5 do 


15 00 


3 Downie 


15 00 


4 do 

6 do 


1 Vaughan and Markham . . 

2 W. do 

4 Westminster 


15 00 
15 00 


9 do 


15 00 


3 Gloucester 


8 do 


15 00 


5 do 


11 do 


15 00 


16 do 


14 do 


15 00 


2 N. E. Hope 


15 do 


15 00 


4 do 


16 do 


15 00 


18 London 


17 do 


15 00 


20 do 


18 do 


15 00 


27 do 


5 Widdifield 

3 York 

4 do 


15 00 


4 Markham and 21 Vaughan 
2 Mornington 


15 00 
15 00 


4 do 


5 do 


15 00 



Grants to Teachers in Affiliated Rural Public Schools ($900.00). 



Armstrong, M. V. . 

Axford, Stella 

Baker, Ella 

Bax, A 

Beattie, Carrie .... 

Bird, I. V 

Brown, F. M 

Comfort, Winona . . 

Davis, A 

Donald Bella 

Elliott, M 

Ford, L 

Fowler, Myrtle 

Fuller, A 

Fuller, L 

Graham, O. F 

Grant, Jessie 

Hendershott, M 

Horning, Clara 

Hugill, Mary H 

Husband, Mrs. T. M. 

Hutchinson, T 

Innes, Maggie 



20 00 

20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 



Jones, Wm 

Kennedy, Florence ". . . 

Ley, Emily 

Lyons, Mrs. A. E 

McCormack, Mrs. Thos. 
McNaughton, J. A. ... 

Magwood, N 

Martin, Madge 

Milling, M. L 

O'Reilly, Katie 

Park, C 

Payne, Ada 

Roy, E 

Shiels, Carrie I 

Shephard, Grace 

Softley, Ethel 

Stinson, D. M 

Strathdee, J 

Sutton, Verna F 

Trainor, Myrtle 

Wilson, Mary 

Young, I 



20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 



1911 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



105 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Travelling Expenses N.S. Students to Rural Public Schools and for Nature 

Study ($735.85). 



Bell Telephone Co., message ... 25 

Casselman, A. C 19 20 

London Street Ry. Co., special 

car, 10.00; tickets, 1.20 11 20 

Radcliffe, S. J 162 50 



Scott, Wm. 
Silcox, S. . 
Walker, D. 
White, J. P. 



226 80 

100 10 

120 00 

95 80 



Grants to Public School Inspectors for services in connection with visits to Public 
Schools of Normal School Students and Masters ($260.00). 



Broderick, G. E. 
Campbell, A. L. 
Edwards, C. B. 
Froats, W. C. . . 
Irwin, Wm. . . . 
Jamieson, Thos. 
Lees, Richard . . 



20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 



Mulloy, C. W. . 

Odell, A 

Smith, J. H. 
Smith, Jas. . . . 
Thompson, P. J. 
White, R. O. 



20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 



Travelling Expenses of Normal School Masters and Inspectors to Rural 
Public Schools ($125.80). 



Cook & Armstrong, livery hire. . 3 00 

Karr, W. J., trav. exps 6 10 

Morgan, S. A. do 100 45 



Prendergast, W., trav. exps 
Walker, D. do 



10 25 
6 00 



Special travelling expenses of Inspectors of High and Continuation Schools, Chief 
Inspector of Public Schools and High School Principals ($1,441.12). 



Casselman, A. C, accountable 
Cowley, R. H., trav. exps 



Houston, J. A. 
Mills, G. K. 
Morgan, S. A. 
Radcliffe, S. J. 
Scott, Wm. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



150 00 


Silcox, S., 


do 


76 35 


Spotton, H. B. 


do 


116 94 


Walker, D. 


do 


130 59 


Waugh, Jno. 


do 


105 53 


Wetherel, J. E. 


do 


107 28 


White, J. F. 


do 


133 29 







98 55 
100 65 
134 64 
127 57 

23 08 
136 65 



Special Lectures at Urban and Rural Schools ($1,202.20) 

1,191 65 



Beal, A. W., trav. exps., 191.65 
services as lecturer, 1,000.00. 



King's Printer, distribution sta- 
tionery 



10 55 



Special Lectures at Normal Schools and Associations ($965.95). 

Craig, W. G., lecturing, 140.00; Nash, C. W., lecturing, 20.00; 

trav. exps., 68.95 208 95 trav. exps., 20.85 40 85 

Falconer, R. W., lecturing, Neville, R. S., lecturing 100 00 

140.00; trav. exps., 53.70 193 70 Robertson, J. C, lecturing, 

Johns, A., cab hire 2 25 140.00; trav. exps., 72.75 212 75 

Knight, W. H., cab hire 2 25 Warnock, A. B., lecturing, 

140.00; trav. expenses, 65.20. 205 20 



School Gardens ($108.31). 



Anderson, T., work on grounds. 1 60 

Bruce, J. A., & Co., seeds 1 45 

Byers, J., seeds, bulbs, etc 23 65 

Can. Nursery Co., apple seedling 5 00 

Faylan, A., work on grounds . . 2 40 

Faylan, F. do 2 75 

Hurmol, H. do . . 60 



Jacquetts, I. S. do 
McLarnon, W., work on grounds 
Mullhall & Co., chalk line, etc.. 
Parlett, H., work on grounds . . 
Simmers, J. A., seeds and bulbs 
Standing, A., work on grounds. . 
White, G., plants 



2 40 

3 00 
89 

7 00 
32 27 

4 50 
20 80 



106 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Normal and Model Schools, Toronto. 



Wm. Scott: Twelve 

D. D. Moshier: 
Wm. Prendergast: 

D. Whyte: 
Auta Powell: 
Guy de Lestard: 
A. T. Cringan: 
Angus Mcintosh: Ten 
R. W. Murray: Two 

do Ten 

M. A. Sorsoleil: Twelve 
T. Mustard: 

F. McCordic: One and two 
C. E. Kniseley: Ten 
Isabella Richardson: One& 
M. Meehan: Twelve 
M. K. Caulfield: 

A. F. Laven: 
Alice Harding: 

L. Diavey: Ten 

C. E. Kniseley: Two 
Stella Slater: Twelve 

E. H. Price: 
E. Warner: 
Jean Somers: 

Emma McBeth: 
M. W. Brown: 
M. Mclntyre: 
E. Cody: 
J. H. Wilkinson: 

G. Leroy: 
Nina A. Ewing: 
Chas. Soady: 

J. Boasi: 

Wm. Noble: 

Thos. Mannell: 

H. Blunt: 

Geo. Walton: 

Thos. Hunt: 

R. J. Beeman: 

E. Knox: 

Thos. Williamson: 

B. Simpson: 



Salaries ($41,959.33). 

months' salary as Principal 3,000 00 

do Department Master 2,140 00 

do do 2,060 00 

do do 2,000 00 

do Drawing Master 1,440 00 

do French Master 300 00 

do Music Master 1,560 00 

do Head Master of Model School . . 1,916 00 

do do • do 333 33 

do Assistant, Boys' Model School. . 1,400 00 

do do do 1,680 00 

do do do .. 1,400 00 

-thirds do do do 194 00 

do do do 783 00 

two-thirds do do do 125 00 

do Head Mistress, Girls' Model School 1,420 00 

do Assistant do 1,100 00 

do do do 1,100 00 

do do do 1,000 00 

do do do 833 00 

do do do 218 00 

do Pianist 250 00 

do Drill Master 300 00 

do Writing Master 300 00 

do Instructor in Calisthenics in 

Girls' Model School 600 00 

do Instructor in Sewing 600 00 

do Instructor in Reading 500 00 

do Director of Kindergarten 1,420 00 

do Assistant do 980 00 

do Instructor of Manual Training. . 1,600 00 

do Clerk and Stenographer 650 00 

do Instructor of Household Science 1,060 00 

do Head Gardener 1,000 00 

do Asst. do 800 00 

do Fireman and Watchman 900 00 

do Fireman - 700 00 

do Laborer on Grounds 550 00 

do do 686 00 

do do 686 00 

do Janitor, Normal School 650 00 

do do do 550 00 

do do Boys' Model School 625 00 

do do Girls' do 550 00 



Reference books, periodicals, binding, 

Art Metropole, Ltd., cardboard. . 12 25 
Bates, Mona, services as accom- 

panyist 5 00 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
struments 116 50 

Brennan, Mrs. Jas., services as 

teacher 6 00 

Brown Bros., Ltd., blank books. 9 60 

Can. Express Co., charges 55 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., stationery, 

etc 90 39 

Dom. Express Co., charges 55 

Ellard, M., cartage 2 08 



stationery and contingencies ($1,561.35). 

Gage, W. J., & Co., Ltd., art port- 
folios 7 11 

Globe Ptg. Co., advertising 7 50 

Harcourt, E. H. Co., blank books, 

etc 58 87 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., drawing 

paper, etc 19 88 

Higgins, J. J., rent of plants . . 6 00 

Hill, John, cartage 1 10 

King's Printer, distribution sta. 

tionery 812 20 

McCordic, Frank, services at 
5.00 per diem 40 00 



191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



107 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Normal and Model Schools, Toronto.— Continued. 

Reference books, periodicals, binding, stationery and contingencies.— Continued. 

MacMillan & Co., book 

Mail Ptg. Co., advertising 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

books, 82.28; printing, 132.30 

Newell, Robt, cab hire 

News Pub. Co., advertising .... 
Nurse Hazel, services at 3.00 per 

diem 

Reynolds, G. N., & Co., folders. . 
Richardson, Isabella, services at 

3.50 per diem 

Shaw, Hugh, rent of plants .... 



4 80 


Simpson, Robt., Co., ribbon .... 


4 80 


7 83 


Simpson, Ruth, services at 1.25 






per diem 


13 75 


214 58 


Star Ptg. Co., advertising 


30 


1 00 


Thompson, Ahern & Co., freight 




32 


and brokerages charges 


14 09 




Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets 


10 00 


15 00 


United Typewriter Co., supplies 


3 00 


15 80 


Whaley, Royce, & Co., school 






songs 


18 00 


25 00 


World Pub. Co., advertising . . . 


7 50 


10 00 







Precautions against fire ($760.12). 



Booth-Coulter Copper & Brass 
Co., repairing fire extinguish- 
ers 



Cowan, Jno., services as watch- 
man 

5 75 Humphrey, A., extra services at 
2.00 per diem * 



Text and blank books ($207.95). 



Copp, Clark Co., text books 73 38 

Eaton, T. Co., Ltd., do 13 64 

Gage, W. J., & Co., do 101 79 

Harcourt, E. H. Co., copy books 2 58 



Macmillan Co., text books 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
text books 



Supplies for Kindergarten ($102.56). 



Art Metropole, Ltd., paper 2 20 

Harris, E., Co., sand 4 00 

j Hendry, Geo. M., Co., supplies. . 75 45 
Hope, G., Son, gold fish, globe, 

etc 5 55 



Manton, T., Christmas tree, etc. 
Simmers, J. A., flower seeds . . 
Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., rib- 
bons and flowers 



Apparatus, chemicals, Domestic Science and Manual Training supplies ($1,014.60). 



Aikenhead Hardware Co., sup- 
plies 

Art Metropole Co., turpentine.. 

Boston Steam Laundry, laundry 
work 

Brown Bros., millboard 

Calder, E. S., fruit 

Central Electric & School Supply 
Co., renewals for cells 

City Dairy Co., milk tickets . . 

Coatsworth, C. E., dry-goods... 

Dominion Photo Supply Co., 
photo supplies 

Figary, p., photo supplies 

Gage, W. J., & Co., maps 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., apparatus, 
etc 



24 


13 




35 


32 


98 


1 


50 




75 


9 


60 


5 


00 


10 


50 


6 


50 


29 


10 


4 


05 



305 28 



Holman, J. W., supplies 

Lyon, Jas. D., garbage can, etc. 

Meredith, Thos., Co., Ltd., hard- 
ware supplies 

Pulsometer Eng. Co., apparatus. 

Potter, Chas., repairs to lantern 
and exhibition 

Pearsall, Samuel, keystone locks 

Rowland, H. A., chemicals 

Simmers, J. A., seeds 

Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., thread, 
needles, sponges, etc 

Stewart, R. H., supplies 

Telfer Mfg. Co., boxes 

Williamson, Win,, lumber 

Watson, John, Mfg. Co., gas 
stoves 



Annual Grant in aid of Boys' and Girls' Model School Games ($45.00). 

Mcintosh, A., grant 



706 


37 


48 


00 


6 


00 


10 


56 



10 00 
50 

4 86 



7 


25 


7 


15 


60 


02 


216 


37 


10 75 


8 


25 


17 


44 




95 


83 


43 


60 


20 


1 


15 


106 


80 



5 10 



45 00 



Payment to the Toronto Board of Education ($1,500.00). 
Board of Education, Toronto, use of school for students in training 1,500 00 



108 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Normal and Model Schools, Toronto.— Continued. 



Furniture and furnishings ($999.35). 



Coatsworth, C. E., furnishings, 

etc 24 10 

Cox & Andrew, cotton streamer 10 00 
Fiddes & Hogarth, lamp and 

shade . . 4 50 

Gearing, T. V., tables 15 00 

Gourlay, Winter & Leeming, rent 
of organs, 26.00; tuning 

pianos, 10.00 36 00 

Hogarth, Thos., cartage 1 50 

Jennings, C. A. B., leather 

cushion chairs, etc 76 75 

Knox & Patterson, tongs 1 50 

Library Bureau of Can., card 

cabinet 125 00 



Lyon, Jas. D., radiator shields. . 32 30 
Office Specialty Co., 2 trucks . . 36 00 
Pearsall, Geo., Chinese lanterns, 

etc. 21 50 

Reynolds, G. N., & Co., vertical 

file and folders 211 30 

Simpson, Robt., Co., books, racks, 

linoleum, etc 120 74 

Toronto Electric Light Co., 

lamps, bulbs, etc 57 46 

Turner, J. J., & Sons, flags. .... 200 70 
Washington & Johnston, book- 
cases 15 00 

Williams, R. S., & Sons, rent of 
pianos 10 00 



Scrubbing, cleaning and supplies ($1,357.91). 



Central Prison Industries, 

brooms 11 25 

Coatsworth, C. E., supplies 28 66 

Cudahy Packing Co., supplies for 

cleaning 24 00 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., soap 20 

Pearn, M. G., repairing carpet- 
sweeper 2 25 

Lyon, Jas. D., cleaning skylight 8 00 
McCorkindale, L., washing tow- 
els 56 16 

McKay, Florence, cleaning, at 

1.70 per diem 472 80 

Ontario Lime Co., lime 65 

Ontario Soap Co., soap, floor 

oil, etc 199 29 



Pay lists, wages of charwomen. 395 05 

Pearsall, Geo., & Sons, hard- 
ware supplies . . . 3 05 

Pearsall, Samuel, hardware sup- 
plies 

Rowland, H. A., soap 

Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., soap, 
scrub crushes, etc. 

So-Clean, Ltd., so-clean 

Spooner, Frank, soap 

Stewart, R. H., brooms 

West Disinfecting Co., soap .... 

Winn, C. D., cleaning and lay- 
ing carpets 30 00 



17 


85 


5 


00 


16 


85 


10 


50 




25 


3 


60 


72 


50 



Expenses of grounds ($4,058.05) . 



Fenwick, W. H., cartage 115 00 

Mitchell, W. H., brush 25 

Moran, John, sod 19 20 

Pay lists, wages of men 3,401 68 

Pearsall, S., mower, shovels, 

hose, couplings, etc 63 28 

Pearsall, Geo., & Son, shovels, 

picks, etc. 8 28 

Plumb, G. L., plants 147 45 



Shaw, Hugh, sod, loam and man- 
ure 8 00 

Simmers, J. A., bulbs, trees, 

grass seed, etc 87 35 

Spooner, Frank, pepper 15 

White, G., plants 189 21 

White, Robt., manure 18 00 

Wood, G. M., pepper 20 



Fuel, light and water .($5,530.26). 



Burns, P., & Co., coal, 3,589.83; 

wood, 16.50 3,606 



33 



Consumers' Gas Co., gas 

Grenadier Ice & Coal Co., ice . 
Ontario Soap & Oil Co., oil 

Pearsall, Geo., & Son, oil 

Standard Fuel Co., coal, 108.27; 
wood, 21.85 



100 94 

107 25 

5 00 

70 

130 12 



Sundry newspapers, advertising 
re tenders for fuel 

Toronto Electric Light Co., 
light, 1,090.56; lamps, 9.30; 
power, 270.07 . . . , 

Toronto, City of, water 



Repairs, carpentry work including material, etc. ($1,764.27). 
Aikenhead Hardware Co., locks, Beaver Lock & Brass Works, 

keys etc 27 98 keys ' re P airs to locks 

Booth-Coulter Copper Co., ex- 
Ashall, Wm, care of clocks 115 44 tinguisher bottle 



18 00 



,369 93 
191 99 






7 85 
1 00 



191112 



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109 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Normal and Model Schools, Toronto.— Continued. 

Repairs, carpentry work including material, etc. — Continued. 



Brimstin, Geo., Co., duplicate 

keys 7 40 

Fiddes & Hogarth, repairs and 

supplies 215 30 

Gearing, T. V., & Co., lumber and 
repairs 122 93 

Lyon, Jas., D., clearing snow 

from roofs, etc 157 15 

McCleary, W., services as car- 
penter, twelve months 800 00 

Meredith, Thos., & Co., hardware, 

etc 14 24 

Mines, Wm, painting flag pole. . 10 00 

Ontario Soap & Oil Co., cylinder 

oil 61 02 



Pearsall, Geo., & Son, paint, oil, 

keys, etc. 30 55 

Pearsall, Samuel, wheelbarrow, 

etc 6 25 

Queen City Glass Co., glass 3 70 

Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., liquid 

veneer ' 3 00 

Smith, C. T., decorating theatre 

and kindergarten 40 00 

Stewart, John, painting, glazing, 

etc. . . 116 13 

Whale, Albert, repairing chair.. 1 25 

Williamson, Wm., lumber 23 08 



Night Fireman and Watchman ($674.00). 

Thompson, Jos.: Twelve months' salary as Night Watchman 674 00 



J. F. White: 
W. J. Karr: 

E. J. Slemon: 
J. W. Gibson: 
R. F. Fleming: 
J. Fleury: 
T. A. Brown: 
Chas. Emery: 

H. G. Braithwaite: 

F. A. Jones: 
H. M. Leppard: 
C. E. Mark: 
E. M. Cluff: 
M. E. Butterwortih : 
A. G. Hannahoe: 
Jennie Foster: 
A. M. Delaney: 
M. Elliott: 
E. Bolton: 
A. H. Baker: 
J. S. Harterre: 
A. E. Robertson: 
E. E. Marshall: 
A. Heeney: 
Jas. Mooney: 
Walter Hunt: 
Chas. Horton: 
E. Murphy: 



Normal and Model Schools, Ottawa. 

Salaries ($34,170.00). 

Twelve months' salary as Principal 3,0O# 00 

do Department Master 2,000 00 

do do 2,060 00 

do do 2,060 00 

do Drawing Master 1;520 00 

do French Master 730 00 

do Music Master 1,560- 00 

do Instructor in Calisthenics and 

Drill 750 00 

do Writing Master 300 00 

do Head Master, Boys' Model School 2,060 00 

do Assistant do 1,400 00 

do do do 1,400 00 

do do do 940 00 

do Head Mistress, Girls' Model School 1,420 00 

do Assistant do 1,060 00 

do do do 1,060 00 

do do do 980 00 

do do do 1,020 00 

do Director of Kindergarten 1,420 00 

do Assistant do 970 00 

do Instructor of Manual Training. . 1,600 00 

do do of Household Science 1,060 00 

do Secretary and Librarian 650 00 

do First Engineer and Gardener . . 700 00 

do Second do . . 550 00 

do Carpenter 750 00 

do Caretaker 650 00 

do Night watchman and Fireman . . . 500 00 



Reference books, periodicals, stationery and contingencies ($1,443.26.) 



Barchard & Co., boxes 

1 Barnes, R. S., book 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
struments 

J Can. Express Co., charges . . . . 
C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges . . 



3 


69 




50 


107 


85 


4 


30 


7 


31 



3 00 



Collector of Customs, charges . . 
Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., books and 

maps 114 35 

Dom. Express Co., charges 18 80 

Esdale Press, printing ... . 2 50 



110 



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No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Normal and Model Schools, Ottawa. — Continued. 



Reference books, periodicals, stationery and contingencies.— Continued. 



Eyre & Spottiswood, special re- 
ports 

Fotheringham & Popham, sta- 
tionery 

Fuller, Meredith Co., school 
music 

<J. T. Ry. System, freight 
charges 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co., tele- 
grams 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., blank 
books, etc 

Heath, D. C, & Co., book 

Hendry, G. M., Co., books 

Higgerty, C, brokerage charges 

Hope, James & Sons, books and 
stationery 

Hurd & Co., repairing football. 

Houghton, Mifflin Co., book 

Ketchum Co., basket balls 

King's Printer, distribution sta- 
tionery 

McKechnie Music Co., music 
books 

MacMillan Co., books 





79 


253 


40 




40 


1 


37 


4 


36 


14 


86 




67 


65 


38 


4 


37 


344 


17 




50 




60 


2 


00 


176 


76 


7 


56 


2 


21 


tic S 


cien 


1 


15 


10 


00 


33 


96 


16 


50 


2 


25 


48 


00 



Methodist Book and Pub. House, 
printing, 

Might Directories, Ltd., direc- 
tory 

National Educational Associa- 
tion, membership dues 

Nelson, Thomas & Sons, set of 
books 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., sup- 
plies 

Ottawa Citizen, advertising . . 

Ottawa Electric Ry., freight 
charges 

Ottawa Free Press, advertising 

Ottawa Journal, advertising . . . 

Pilgrim Press, book 

Pritchard, Andrews Co., rubber 
stamps, etc 

Renouf Publishing Co., oil lined 
case 

Thorburn & Abbott, books and 
stationery 

University of Chicago, books.. 

Warwick & York, book 



Apparatus, chemicals. Domestic Science and Manual Training supplies ($983.91). 



Beattie & Argue, chemicals .... 

Birks, Henry, & Sons, spoons. . 

Bryson, Graham, Ltd., felt, wool, 
etc 

Capital Planing Co., lumber . . . 

Davidson, Jas., estate of, lumber 

Edison, Thos. A., apparatus . . 

Esdale Press, art folios 21 00 

Esmonds, P. & F. W., spoons, 

scissors, etc 12 81 

Fotheringham & Popham, draw- 
ing paper, etc 

Garland, W. F., chemicals, etc. 

Garrioch, Godard & Co., lantern 
supplies 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., maps, 
and apparatus 

Hope, Jas., & Sons, water colors 

Jarman, Frank, art supplies . . . 

Kavanagh, Bros., supplies 

Langdon, G. W., supplies 07 

McAuliffe, Davis Lumber Co., 

lumber 55 00 



222 


29 


37 


90 


5 


17 


41 


03 


12 


00 


25 


14 


89 


02 



Mcintosh & Watts, crockery . . . 

McMorran, R. M., supplies 

Monastre de NotreJDame, laun- 
drying 

Murray & Gamble, Ltd., lino- 
leum 

Ogilvy, Chas., Ltd., canvas, etc.. 

Ottawa Dairy Co., supplies 

Ottawa Drug Co., jar and chemi- 
cals 

Ottawa Electric Co., electric iron 

Pritchard, Andrews, Co., sten- 
cils 

Rankin, W. A., hardware, etc... 

Renouf Pub. Co., wall maps . . . 

Ross, C, Co., linen, etc 

Slattery, B., supplies 

Slinn-Sohuldis, supplies 

Thorburn & Abbott, art supplies 

Topley & Co., photo supplies . . 

Williams Mfg. Co., sewing ma- 
chine 



91 43 
4 00 
2 00 

96 00 

1 20 

9 22 

21 95 

8 60 

9 20 
50 

2 25 
1 22 

51 91 

83 

l 25 



3 77 

77 46 

19 84 

2 00 
9 75 
6 59 

1 08 
5 25 

2 40 
45 29 
47 85 
10 97 

9 99 

16 

70 82 

4 50 

32 90 



Text books for Model School pupils ($127.49). 



Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., text books 
Hendry, Geo. M., Co., text books 



14 79 
2 70 



Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
text books 



110 00 



Supplies for Kindergarten ($32.52). 



Ross, C, Co., Ltd., flags, rib- 
bons, etc 



7 80 



Hendry, Geo. M., Co., sewing 
cards, etc 



191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



Ill 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Normal and Model Schools, Ottawa.— Continued. 



Annual Grant in aid of Boys' and Girls' Model School Games ($45.00). 

White, J. F., annual grant , 



45 00 



Payment Ottawa Board of Education ($900.00). 

Board of P.S. Trustees, payment for the use of school for students in training 



900 00 



Breen, G., work on grounds . . 
Graham Bros., garden tools and 

seeds 72 00 

McKinley and Northwood, hose 

couplings 1 70 



Expenses of grounds ($107.80).. 
80 



Mulhall, Hardware Co., garden 

tools and seeds 16 30 

Parlett, H., work on grounds . . 17 00 



Fuel, light, water and power ($3,729.13) 



Civil Service Ice Co., ice 4 00 

I Independent Coal Co., coal, at 

7.20 per ton 2,667 66 

Ottawa, City of, electric power, 

517.31; light, 305.58 822 89 



Ottawa Gas Co., gas 

Ottawa Wine Vault Co., water 
Rankin, W. A., coal oil 

Sundry Newspapers, advertising 



Furniture and incidentals ($846.74). 



Ambridge, Geo., repairs to boil- 
ers 59 65 

Bryson, Graham, Ltd., furnish- 
ings, etc 4 00 

Capital Planing Mills, lumber.. 13 77 

Dom. Illuminating Co., Ltd., 
electric lamps 20 40 

Esdale & Douglas, lumber, etc. 7 62 

Garrioch, Godard & Co., repair- 
ing and supplies 56 34 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., black- 
board 14 79 

Lindsay, C. W., Ltd., tuning 

pianos 10 00 

Lord, The Furniture Man, chairs 48 98 



McKinley & Northwood, repairs 
and supplies 

Ottawa Electric Co., electrical 
supplies 

Pendrith Machy. Co., locks 

Plet, Chas. W., painting and 
graining 

Rankin, W. A., hardware 

Rea, A. E. & Co., tumblers .... 

Ross, C. & Co., Ltd., furnishings 

Shore & Cockburn, care of clocks 

Smith, J. R., repairs, etc 

Stewart, P., glass, oils, etc 

Storey, D., perforated seats . . 



25 63 

190 70 

2 25 

16 00 



365 11 





10 


1 


75 


40 


00 


14 


43 


1 


20 


54 


23 


90 


00 


13 


60 


30 


02 




75 



Scrubbing, cleaning, etc. ($1,110.05). 



Bryson, Graham, Ltd., pails, 

soap, etc 46 99 

Qan. Oil Co., floor oil 22 50 

Marshall, E. W., cleaning car- 
pets 3 96 



Notre Dame de Charite, laun- 

drying 15 67 

Ont. Laundry Co., laundrying. . . 4 48 

Pay lists, wages of charwomen 1,016 45 



Snow clearing, cartage, etc. ($333.85). 



Daniels, H., services clearing 
snow 60 

Gower, W., services clearing 
snow 2 40 

McKinlay & Northwood, services 

clearing snow from roofs .... 244 05 



Mooney, Jas., cartage 66 00 

Murphy, T., services clearing 

snow 8 70 

Waters, G., services clearing 

snow 3 40 

Ward, J., services clearing snow 8 70 



112 



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Xo. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Normal School, London. 



Salaries ($16,392.00). 



S. J. Radcliffe: /Twelve months' salary 



John Dearness: 
J. P. Hoag: 
A. Stevenson: 
S. K. Davidson: 
J. Westervelt: 
C. E. Percy: 
A. Slatter: 

S. Pickles: 

A. B. Neville: Eleven 

N. Hefferhan: Twelve 

A. Templeton: 

W. C. Robertson: 

T. A. McConnell: 

Wm. Casey: 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



as Principal . 

Department Master 

do 

do 

Drawing Master 

Writing Master * . . 

Music Master 

Instructor, Drill, Gymnastics, Cal- 
isthenics 

Instructor, Manual Training 

do Household Science . . 

Stenographer and Librarian 

Engineer 

Caretaker 

Night Watchman 

Gardener 



2,800' 


00 


2,300 


00 


2,060 


00 


2,060 


00 


640 


00 


300 


00 


640 


00 


225 


00 


1,520 


00 


897 


Wit 


650 


00 


650 


00 


450 


00 


600 


00 


600 


00 



Reference books, periodicals, stationery and contingencies ($1,187.29). 



Adams, Edward, Co., toilet paper 5 00 

Barchard & Co., boxes 3 69 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
struments, 152.66; message, 

.25 152 91 

Boston Cooking School Maga- 
zine, subscription 1 20 

Bryan, Thos., Ltd., waste paper 

basket 3 00 

Can. Express Co., charges 9 23 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges . . 17 21 
Chapman, Chas., stationery and 

binding 81 05 

Copp Clark Co., books 8 00 

Craig, W. G., travelling expenses 65 06 
Dietzen E., Co., Ltd., drawing 

material 60 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 9 89 
Eyre & Spottiswood, special re- 
ports 79 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co., tele- 
grams 80 

G.T.Ry. System, freight charges 65 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., binding 

and blank books 14 87 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., books 2 10 

Hodgins, Isaac, services as 

watchman 75 88 



King's Printer, distribution sta- 
tionery 

Langford Co., Ltd., stationery . . 

Lawson & Jones, litho paper . . 

Lee, T. H., postage stamps .... 

London Advertiser, advertising. 

London Free Press, advertising. 

London Printing and- Litho Co., 
printing and stationery 

MacMillan Co., books 

Mallagh Bookshop, book 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
books, 3.75; printing, 88.79 .. 

Michigan Central Ry., freight 
charges 

Mills, Jno., subscriptions to Mail 
and Globe • 

Morgan, A. J., fish food 

Red Star News Co., subscrip- 
tions to periodicals 

Smallman & Ingram, ribbon . . . 

Smith, C. R., Stationery Cp., 
postage stamps and stationery 

Trafford, W., rent of tables 

United States Express Co., 
charges 

United Typewriter Co., supplies 

University of Toronto, books . . 

Vernon Henry, city directory . . 



219 55 



7 80 



1 


00 


3 


08 


4 


78 


59 


90 


10 


00 


1 


00 



92 54 



95 



9 


00 




30 


134 


81 


2 


00 


137 


08 


12 


30 




40 


20 


90 


4 


70 


3 


50 



Apparatug, chemicals, Domestic Science and Manual Training supplies ($670.33). 



Belch, J., lantern slides 6 00 

Chapman, Chas., Co., drawing 

supplies 8 00 

Columbia School Supply Co., 

benches 171 00 

Cowan & Co., saw and attach- 
ments 122 00 

Dom. Express Co., charges 1 40 

Gas Appliance Co., hot water 
heater, etc 27 35 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., books 50 



Jackson, Wm., models for art 

examinations 1 00 

Johnson Temperature Co., 

leather cups 4 85 

Jolly, A. E., & Co., tracing paper 18 55 

Keene, Bros., tables 5 50 

Kernohan Lumber Co., lumber . 66 68 

Kerr & Son, supplies 33 29 

Keystone View Co., slides 4 25 

Lawson & Jones, paper 2 20 

London Crockery Co., glassware 3 48 



191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



113 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Normal School, London.— Continued. 

Apparatus, chemicals, Domestic Science and Mutual Training supplies.— Continued. 



London Printing & Litho Co., 

cards 2 00 

Mcintosh Stereopticon Co., 

slides and tubes 7 35 

McKenzie, W. A., photo supplies 2 15 

Mallagh Bookshop, compasses 3 00 

Morgan, A. J., thermometer, etc. 3 65 



Potter, Chas., filling gas tanks 
and repairs 

Smallman & Ingram, supplies . 

Summers' Pharmacy, drugs, etc. 

Westlake Art Studio, negatives 
and prints 

Westman, A., hardware supplies 

Young, R. J., & Co., cotton, etc.. 



27 


65 


4 


86 


5 


65 


13 


90 


00 


38 


17 


69 



Payment London Board of Education ($2,250.00). 

Board of Education, use of school for students in training 



2,250 00 



City Gas Co., gas 

London Water Commissioners, 

water, 91.68; light, 244.05 

McClurg, Jno., slabs at 4.00 per 



Fuel, light, water and power ($1,392.41). 
63 64 



cord, 24.00; coal at 6.55 per 

ton, 963.54 

335 73 Sundry Newspapers, advertising 
for tenders 



Furniture and Incidentals ($552.80). 



Abram, R. S., carpentering, etc. 

Colerick Bros., glazing 

Commercial Electric Co., key 
sockets 

Dom. Office and Store Pitting Co. 
counter case 

Electrical Service Co., fuses .... 

Hendry, Geo. M. Co., Ltd., paper 
cutter 

Keene Bros., chairs 

Kingsmill, P. F., rugs and car- 
pets 

London Engine Supply Co., pul- 
ley 



35 
3 


90 
45 


7 


63 


17 
3 


50 
00 


7 
90 


25 
00 



134 38 



1 45 



Meek, A. J., tuning piano 

Quick, L., glazing 

Reid, W. A., placing blinds .... 

Skelly, Wm, plumbing and sup- 
plies 

Smallman & Ingram, shades . . 

Sutherland Bros., plates 

United Typewriter Co., stand . . 

Waide, D., tile 

Water Commissioners Electrical 
Dept., supplies 

Westman, A., hardware, etc. . . 

Winnett, R., & Son, plumbing 
and supplies 



987 


54 


5 


50 


2 


00 


14 


20 


7 


00 


131 


86 


34 


40 


4 


00 


5 


00 


12 


10 


17 


92 


5 


40 



18 36 



Expenses of grounds, etc. ($574.35). 



Cope, John, services at 2.00 per 

diem 

Dennis Wire & Iron Works, rake 
Donaghue, W., manure, etc. . . . 
Dunn, Jas., work on lawn, etc. 
Hodgins, Isaac, services at 2.00 

per diem 

Hyslop, Jno., manure 

Jackson, W., services at 2.00 per 

diem, 67.00; manure, 12.50 .. 
Kaiser, W. W., mowing lawn 

with horse mower 



10 


00 


5 


00 


7 


50 


1 


80 


32 


38 


32 


50 



79 50 



103 50 



Lang, Jno., services clearing 

snow 17 00 

McGregor, Jas., manure 12 50 

Morgan, A. J., bulbs, seeds, etc. 62 47 
Pegler, A., filling beds as per 

tender 175 00 

Thompson, P. H., sharpening 

lawn mower 7 00 

Walsh, J., services, work on 

grounds l 00 

Westman, A., hose couplings, 

etc 27 20 



Scrubbing, cleaning, cartage, etc. ($1,031.52). 



Adams, E., & Co., soda, soap, 

etc 50 70 

Berry, W. J. B., cleaning win- 
dows, 39.00; cartage, 24.50 .. 63 50 

Bryan, Thos., Ltd., dusters 1 74 

Central Prison Industries, 
8 P.A. 



brooms 

Pay lists, wages of charwomen. 
Westman, A„ floor wax and 

polish 

World's Dustless Brush Co., 

brush 



3 75 
900 98 

1 35 

9 50 



114 



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No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Normal School, Hamilton. 



Salaries ($13,909.15). 



S. A. Morgan: 


Twelve months' s 


F. F. Macpherson: 


do 


J. Voaden: 




do 


E. T. Seaton: 




do 


J. B. Seavey: 




do 


0. Main: 




do 


H. A. Stares: 




do 


S. J. Huggins: 


Ten 


do 


Jesse Skinner: 


Two 


do 


A. J. Painter: 


Twelve 


do 


C. E. Elliott: 




do 


A. M, Peebles: 




do 


Geo. Henderson 




do 


L. Slaughter: 




do 



Principal 2,800 00 

Department Master 2,060 00 

do 2,060 00 

do 2,060 00 

Drawing Master 640 00 

Writing Master 300 00 

Music Master 600 00 

Drill, Gymnastics and (Calisthenics 

Instructor 185 00 

Drill, Gymnastics and Calisthenics 

Instructor 34 15 

Instructor in Manual Training . . 640 00 

do Household Science. 480 00 

Stenographer and Librarian 650 00 

Engineer 700 00 

Caretaker 700 00 



Reference books, stationery, periodicals and contingencies. ($1,045 21). 



A. L. A. Publishing Co., subject 
headings, lists, etc 

American Express Co., charges. 

Barchard & Co., boxes 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
4.20; rent of instruments, 
45.00 , 

Benson, Johnson Co., Ltd., guide 
and folders 

Buntin, Gillies & Co., stationery 

Can. Business College, rent of 
typewriter 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., books... 

Craig, W. G„ board 

Dorm Express Co., charges .... 

Duncan, Robert & Co., index 
tables 

Eyre & Spottiswood, reports . 

Grand Trunk Ry. System, 
freight charges 

Hand, T. H., Fireworks Co., sur- 
face paper 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., binders . . 

Heath & Lockhart, exhibit cards 

Hewson, Alice A., services at 



3 10 

60 

3 69 



49 20 



7 


30 


07 


83 


4 


00 


3 


25 


8 


00 


63 


30 


9 


07 




25 


* 


79 


3 


41 




50 


14 


86 


1 


75 



7.00 per week 56 00 

King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery 286 86 

Library Bureau of Canada, sup- 
plies 9 80 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
printing 54 68 

Monarch Typewriter Co., carbon 
paper 3 00 

Nelson, Thos., & Sons, books . . 96 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., books, 

cards, etc 40 75 

Parke & Parke, drugs and 
chemicals » 20 

Remington Typewriter Co., sup- 
plies 5 00 

Skinner, Jesse, services as drill 
instructor 2 88 

Sunt, of Documents, Washing- 
ton, catalogue 1 20 

Thompson, Jno. R., card-boards 20 14 

Turnbull, A. C, postage stamps, 
20.00; subscription to periodi- 
cals, 53.90; binding, 6.50 .... 80 40 

United Typewriter Co., supplies 3 40 

Vernon & iSon, directory 4 00 



Apparatus, chemicals, Domestic Science, Manual Training supplies ($284.38). 



Alexander Hardware Co., oil, 
wax, etc 12 88 

Garlock Packing Co., apparatus 4 75 

Hamilton Engine & Boiler 
Works, work on machines . . 33 15 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., 

chemicals, supplies, etc 95 85 

MacLachlin, A. R., pumpkins . . 50 



Parisian Laundry Co., laundry 

work 3 09 

Parke & Parke, chemicals 8 87 

Patterson & Tilley, lumber 55 74 

Peebles, Hobson & Co., supplies 8 78 

Robinson, G. W., Co., wool, etc. 38 29 

Semmens, J. M., supplies 22 33 

Thompson, J. R., charcoal . . 15 



Payment Hamilton Board of Education ($2,250.00). 

Board of Education, use of Public School for students in training 



2,250 00 



1911-12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



115 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Normal School, Hamilton.— Continued. 

Fuel, light and water ($1,251.00) 

aillies & Guy, wood 5 00 Hamilton Gas Co., gas 17 40 

i Hamilton, City of, water 67 06 Myles & Sons, Thos., fuel 923 39 

Hamilton Electric Light & Parke & Parke, candles 20 

Power Co., light 233 45 S'undry Newspapers, advertising 4 50 



Furniture and incidentals ($225.64) 



Alexander Hardware Co., sup- 
plies 

Benson, Johnson Co., Ltd., filing 
cabinet 

Buntin, Gillies Co., flags 

Childs, W. H., spindles 

Cochran, R. H., spindles 

Commercial Oil Co., grease cups, 
oil, etc 

Dow, H. & J., sand and lime. . . . 

Gallagher Lime & Stone Co., 
lime 

Garlock Packing Co., packing.. 

Hamilton Gas Light Co., tar 

Hamilton Mill Supply Co., oil . . 

Hamilton Stamp & Stencil Co., 
letters, etc 

Haygarth, R., plumbers' supplies 



41 81 



22 


50 


3 


24 


1 


20 


1 


50 


8 


25 




75 




75 


4 


97 


1 


00 


3 00 


4 


50 


5 


60 



Henderson, Peter, ventilator rod 90 
Meakins & Sons, cocoa mats . . 5 71 
Morden, F. D., gong and bell . . 4 15 
Murpihy, J. F., lamp, cord, etc.. 1 07 
Office Specialty Mfg. Co., furni- 
ture 50 00 

Painter, A. J., carpentering .... 3 50 

Pawson, G. R., plumbing 3 4 u 

Semonens & Son, ladder 10 00 

S outer, A. M., & Co., carpet and 

matting 9 87 

Von Gunten, J. A., repairs to 

clocks 6 00 

Walsh Ohemical Comp. Co., 

boiler compound 9 72 

Wood, Vallance & Co., hardware, 

etc 21 90 

Wright, F. B., pot 35 



Expenses of grounds ($95.89) 



Alexander Hardware Co., grass 

shears 

Bruce, Jno. A., plants and seeds 
Foulis, R. W., clearing snow . 
Freeman, W. A., bone meal .... 



Housego, E. & C, work on 

70' grounds 6 00 

5 25 McLeod Bros., plants 39 64 

75 Steele, Briggs Co., Ltd., plants. 40 80 

1 75 Taylor Bros., sharpening mower 1 00 



Scrubbing, cleaning, 

Alexander Hardware Co., tur- 
pentine 1 00 

Cent. Prison Industries, brooms 12 50 

Crown Oil Refining Co., dust- 
bane 7 50 

Hamilton Mill Supply Co., fur- 
niture polish 6 20 

Harvey, F., cleaning and laying 
carpet 6 48 



cartage, etc. ($737.43) 

Meakins & Sons, brooms, etc. . . 16 53 

Parke & Parke, ©oap 1 00 

Parisian Laundry Co., laundry. 72 

Pay lists, wages of charwomen 658 50 

Rankin, W. A., cartage 1 00 

Robinson, G. W., Co., cloth 

dusters 6 00 

Stirling, T., dustless broom . . 2 75 

Weaver, H., cartage 17 25 



Normal School, Peterborough. 

Salaries ($13,815.00) 

D. Walker: Twelve months' salary as Principal 2,800 00 

H. G. Park: do Department Master 2,060 00 

S. J. Keyes: do do 2,060 00 

W. I. Chisholm: do do 2,000 00 

J. C. McCrae: do Drawing Master 640 00 

E. E. Logan: do Writing Master 300 00 

Marion R. Rannie: do Music Master 600 00 

I. G. Coventry: Ten do Drill, Gymnastics and Calisthenics 

Instructor 185 00 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Normal School, Peterborough. — Continued. 

Salaries.— Continued. 

A. F. Hagerman: Twelve months' salary as Instructor in Manual Training , 
E. M. Steinhoff: do do Household Science. 

B. Mowry: do Stenographer and Librarian . . . 

Wm. Gibbs : do Engineer 

Wm. Clancy: - do Caretaker 



640 00 
480 00 
650 00 
700 00 
700 00 



Reference books, periodicals, stationery and contingencies ($1,389 07) 



Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
8.50; rent of instruments, 

31.50 40 00 

Can. Express Co., charges 4 40 

C. P. R. Co., freight 2 11 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., books . . 8 00 

Craig, W. G., trav. expenses . . 148 80 

Cubitt, F. C, stationery, etc.... 93 73 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 10 73 

Eyre & Spottiswood, reports . . 79 

Foster, J., express charges .25 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegram 25 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., blank 

books, etc 14 86 



Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., paper 

and charts 21 00 

Jordan Bros., carnations 75 

King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery 640 06 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

printing 109 14 

Mowry, L., postage stamps 15 00 

Nelson, Thos., & Sons, set ency- 
clopedia 96 00 

Oriental Hotel, board, Dr. Auden 1 75 

Review Pub. Co., stationery, etc. 52 40 
Trebilcock Bros., subscription to 

periodicals, etc 129 05 



Apparatus, chemicals, Domestic Science and Manual Training supplies ($273.28). 



Barchard & Co., boxes 

Bell, Jas. R., "supplies 

Central Electric & School Supply 
Co., gaskets 

Davidson, A., supplies 

Eleome, Edwin, birds 

Fair, Robt., & Co., cotton and 
wool 

Fanning's Steam Laundry, 
laundrying 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., ap- 
paratus, reeds, etc 

Higgins Hardware Co., hard- 
ware, supplies 

Hudson, B., taxidermy 



3 


69 


41 


08 


4 


05 




25 


15 


35 



24 56 
12 15 
53 55 

25 30 

26 50 



Jordan Bros., cut flowers 

Kempt, Wm., supplies 

McDonald, A., Estate, lumber • • 

McEwan, A., supplies 

Mann Lumber Co., lumber .... 
"Matthews, Geo., & Co., supplies 

Milburn, R., milk 

Nugent Drug Store, chemicals, 

etc 

Peterboro Planing Mills Co., 

lumber 

Review Printing Co., leatherette 

Routley, C, B., china ware 

White, Porter S., plants 





90 


4 


50 


19 


50 


1 


42 


6 


35 





53 


3 


15 


10 


40 


14 


94 


1 


00 


3 


51 




60 



Payment to Peterborough Board of Education ($2,250.00) 
Board of Education, use of Public School for students in training . . 



2,250 00 



Fuel, light and water ($1,079.79) 



Ontario Coal Co., Ltd., coal at 

7.25 per ton 1,003 77 

Peterborough Light & Power 
CO., light 50 91 



Peterborough Water Commis- 
sioners, water 18 61 

Sundry Newspapers, advertising 6 50 



Furniture and incidentals ($181.56) 

Adamson & Dobbin, plumbing, Fair, Robt., & Co., burlap 90 

etc 22 52 Fitzgerald & Co., iron spikes . . 50 

Alexander & Miller, carbon, Greene, J. M., Music Co., pitch 

lights, etc 18 30 pipes 2 40 

Brown, Geo. P., & Co., pictures 1 50 Hall, Adam, repairing gauge. . . . 40 

Craig, J. P., tables, chairs, etc. 49 60 Higgins Hardware Co., hard- 

Detcher, R. G., furnace scraper 1 50 ware and oil 6 00 



1911 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



117 



EDUCATION.— Continued, 



Normal School, Peterborough.— Continued. 



Furniture and incidentals.— Continued. 



Hoover, A. T., tuning piano ... 2 00 

Perry Picture Co., pictures .... 7 69 

Redner, T. A., locksmithing ... 3 25 



Review Printing Co., 
cutting machine .... 



paper- 



65 00 



Expenses of grounds ($210.33) 



Higgins Hardware Co., hose and 

lawn mower i 57 75 

Jordan Bros., bulbs and seeds.. 24 63 

Kerr, David, services, at l.OO 

per diem 95 70 

Little, J., cartage 1 00 



MeWilliams, Jas., clay 2 00 

Redner, T. A,, sharpening lawn 

mower 6 40 

Simpson, W., services, at 2.00 

per diem 2 80 

Smith, E. D., seeds and plants. 20 05 



Scrubbing-, cleaning, cartage, etc. ($700.32). 



Bell, James R., dutch cleanser, 
etc 9 90 

Central Prison Industries, 
brooms 10 00 

Foster, J. r cartage 50 

Higgins Hardware Co., soap, 
shellac, etc 13 06 



Pay lists, wages of charwomen. 641 05 
Peterborough Fuel & Cartage 

Co., cartage 3 59 

Scriver, Chas., carting ashes . . 17 50 

White, E. H., cleaning carpets. . 4 72 



Normal School, Stratford, 



S. S'ilcox: 

H. S. Robertson: 

J. H. Emery: 

J. M. McCutcheon: 

H. Mayberry: 

E. M. Cottle: 



J. Bottomley: 
F. Fox: 
R. Patterson: 
Wm. Cass on: 



Salaries ($12,795.00). 

Twelve months' salary as Principal 2,800 00 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 



Department Master . . . i 

do 

do 

Drawing Master 

Writing Master and Instructor in 
Drill, Gymnastics and Calis- 
thenics 

Music Master 

Stenographer and Librarian 

Engineer 

Caretaker 



2,060 00 

2,060 00 

2,060 00 

640 00 



525 00 
600 00 
650 00 
700 00 
700 00 



Reference books, periodicals, stationery and contingencies ($1,079.11). 



Abraham, Alex., printing and 
stationery 

Alexander, A. H., postage 
stamps, 45.00; stationery, 
103.10 

American Novelty Co., paper 
towels 

Art Metropole, drawing board.. 

Baker, Taylor Co., books 

Barchard & Co., boxes 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 

. struments, 44.00; messages, 
3.45 

Brown Bros., paper 

Canadian Express Co., charges. . 

Copp-Clark Co., Ltd., books . . 

Dept. of Child Hygiene, pamph- 
lets 

Eyre & Spottiswood, reports . . . 



88 60 



148 10 



15 00 



60 
69 
69 



47 45 
4 00 

34 25 
8 00 



1 80 
79 



Globe-Wernicke Co., Ltd., folder 
and cards 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., supplies . . . 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co., tele- 
grams 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., blank books, 
etc 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., paper 

Hembuck, Geo., typewriter sup- 
plies 

Johns, Thomas, cab hire 

Kenner, J. H., stationery 

King's Printer, distribution sta- 
tionery 

Lawson, Wm., & Sons, subscrip- 
tions to periodicals 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
printing 

Miller, L. Klein, lecturing 



10 01 
15 20 

1 31 



14 
3 

2 
2 
2 



287 43 

97 75 

54 69 
20 00 



118 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Normal School, Stratford.— Continued. 

Reference books, periodicals, stationery and contingencies. — Continued. 

Monarch Typewriter Co., suppl's 39 85 Roberts, R. W., music 1 05 

McClelland & Goodchild, books. . 3 05 Stratford Beacon, advertising.. 2 09 

New England Pub. Co., book.. 14 Stratford Herald, advertising .. 1 00 

O'Beirne, W. M., music 11 00 Taylor, A. C, binding 51 83 

Patterson, H. M., stationery, Vernon, H., directory 2 00 

50.27; subscription to papers, Wilson, Harold, tennis nets, 

22.40 72 67 etc 20 80 

Richardson, W., freight charges 6 91 



Travelling Expenses, Manual Training and Domestic Science Teachers ($237.30). 

Neville, A. B., trav. expenses... 116 85 Pickles, S., travelling expenses. 



120 45 



Apparatus, chemicals, Domestic Science and Manual Training supplies ($701.35) 



Alexander, A. H., art supplies . . 

Allen, Joseph, lantern slides . . . 

Art Metropole, instruments .... 

Beattie, A., & Co., fruit, etc. . . . 

Bradshaw, J. L., crockery, etc. . . 

Burnham, E., flowers 

Begg Bros., supplies 

Central Scientific Co., apparatus 

Educational Exhibits Co., appar- 
atus 

Goodman, H. C, slides 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., lan- 
tern slides, etc 

Higgins, M., dry batteries 

Hill, W. E., & Bro., lantern 
slides 

Keystone View Co., lantern 
slides ■ 

Low, R., supplies 

McAllister, T. H., Co., slides . . 

McCully, W. J., supplies 

McCartney, G. P., chemicals, etc. 



22 


15 


6 


60 


5 


28 


4 


25 


9 


40 


6 


60 


3 


13 


123 


52 


37 


50 


1 


50 


148 


68 


17 


50 


9 


35 


8 


46 


1 


44 


10 


80 


32 


24 


32 


24 



Myers Hardware Co., paints . . . 

Neal, A., flowers 

Patterson, Harry M., art supplies 

Pequeguat, Jas., brass vase 

Powell & Davis Co., photo sup- 
plies 

Rankin, W. A., pie plates, etc. . . 

Robertson, E. A., photo supplies 

Ruston & Co., lumber 

Taylor, A. E., envelopes 

Walsh Bros., supplies 

Ward, G. T., & Son, hardware, 
etc 

Ward's Natural Science, Est., 
chemicals, etc 

Westman, A., eyelet riveters . . 

Whyte, R., & Co., rent of pedes- 
tal 

Whyte Packing Co., supplies . . 

Zicks, W. P., buttons, cotton, 
etc 



3 


99 




60 


16 


30 


5 


00 


3 


00 


2 


15 




65 


48 


10 


14 


40 




15 


37 


19 


52 34 


1 


30 




60 


8 


41 



26 73 



Fuel, light and water ($974.52). 



Johnson, A., & Son, coal at 6.25 
per ton, 701.87; slabs at 6.00 
per cord, 36.00 

Stratford Gas Co., gas 



Stratford Light & Heat Com- 
missioners, light 130 00 

737 87 Stratford Water Commissioners, 

10 59 water 92 06 

Sundry newspapers, advertising 4 00 



Payment Stratford Public School Board ($2,250.00). 

Board of Education, rent of Public School for students in training 



2,250 Ot) 



Furniture and Incidentals ($335.76). 



American Novelty Co., paper 

towels 15 00 

Crocker & Co., magnet wire 55 

Dom. Office & Store Fitting Co., 

oak cases 35 00 

Down & Fleming, shades, etc. . . 12 50 

Ferguson, D., Co., bunting 10 00 

Globe-Wernicke Co., storage 

cases 2 20 

Heinbugh, Geo., locksmithing, 

keys, etc 15 98 

Higgins, M. J., lamps 10 80 

Kalbfleisch Bros., hardware and 

repairs 14 00 

McDonald & Henry, gaskets, etc. 96 24 



Pendrith Machinery Co., ash 
hoist 

Ruston & Co., lumber, repairs, 
etc 

Sanderson, J. R., tuning piano. 

Stratford Light and Heat Com- 
mission, wire and fuse, 4.77; 
water heater, 6.50 

Ward, G. I., & Son, hardware 
and cutlery 

Weitzel, G., repairing black- 
boards 

Whealey, H., repairing door . . . 

White, R., repairing frame .... 



2 10 



54 
2 



11 
40 

1 

1 
10 



00 

27 

59 

00 
40 
75 



191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



119 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Normal School, Stratford.— Continued. 



Expenses of grounds ($361.40). 



Burnham, E., plants 

Bruce, John A., & Co., bulbs, etc. 

Guthrie, C. F., plants 

Heinbugh, Geo., sharpening 

mowers 

Jarvis, C, services at 20c. per 

hour '. 

Johns, Thomas A., fertilizer 

McCully, W. J., seeds 



22 


80 


13 


05 


12 


40 


3 


00 


1 


20 


2 


25 


8 


75 



Moss, E. J., services at 2.00 per 




diem 


196 50 


Parker, J., services at 20c. per 




hour * 


23 10 


Richardson, Wm, work with 




team 


8 40 


Stephney, George, work on 




grounds, seeds, etc 


49 65 


Stone & Wellington, trees and 




shrubs 


20 30 



Anderson & Co., dusters 

Central Prison Industries, 
brooms 

Chamberlain, W. G„ cleaning car- 
pets 

G. T. Ry. System, freight on 
manure 

Heinbugh, Geo., polish 



Scrubbing:, cleaning, cartage, etc. ($799.83). 
1 10 
3 63 



McCully, W. J., soap, ammonia, 

etc 

Pay lists, wages of charwomen. 
Richardson, Wm., manure and 

4 50 cartage 

Stephney, G., cartage 

2 61 West Disinfecting Co., liquid 
45 soap 



22 03 
738 61 

8 90 
3 00 

15 00 



Normal School, North Bay 

(Salaries $11,170.00) 

A. C. Casselman: Twelve months' salary as Principal 2,700 00 

J. B. McDougall: do Department Master 2,000 00 

J. C. Norris: do do 2,000 00 

Ghas. Ramsay: do Drawing Master 600 00 

J. N. Eagleson: Ten do Music Master 500 00 

H. Wildgust: Two do do 100 00 

J. E. Chambers: Twelve do Instructor in Manual Training. . 690 00 

C. T. McCaig: do do Household Science. 480 00 

Ada McCaig: do ' Stenographer and Librarian 650' 00 

Jas. McOreight: do Engineer 700 00 

Jno. Clark : do Caretaker 750 00 



Reference books, periodicals, stationery and contingencies ($685.47). 



i Angus, H. W., map of North 
Bay 

; Barchard & Co., boxes 

j Bazaar, The, stationery 

;Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
struments 

I Campbell, H. S., periodicals . . . 

'Canadian Express Co., charges. 

I C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges . . 

I Cairns, Bernard, rubber stamps 

; Copp-Clark Co., Ltd., books 

i Davie, A. G., carton 

Despatch and Tribune, advertis- 
ing 

; Dominion Express Co., charges 

l Eyre & Spottiswood, special re- 
ports 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co., tele- 
grams 

, G. T. Ry. Sy'm, freight charges . 

'Giielph Mercury, advertising .. 

lHarcourt, E. H., Co., binders.. 



2 


00 


3 


69 


2 


00 


54 


00 


200 


60 


6 


35 




53 


3 


15 


8 


54 


2 


50 


1 


50 


11 


70 




79 




76 


7 


84 


7 


50 


3 


65 



Hendry, Geo. M-, Co., books, etc. 

King's Printer, distribution sta- 
tionery 

McDougall, J. B., trav. expenses 

McDougall, W. D., post, stamps 

Macmillan Co., book 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
printing 

Newton, G. H., wrapping paper. 

North Bay Times, advertising. . 

Peterboro' Examiner, advertis- 
ing 

postmaster, rent of P. O. box, 
3.00; postage, 10.00 

.Richardson, J. W., toilet paper. 

Smith, C. P., ink 

Sundry newspapers, advertising 

Thomas Co., books 

United Typewriter Co., supplies 

Wilson, Harold A. Co., tennis 
nets 



7 50 



166 


91 


17 


30 


20 


00 


5 


00 


71 


98 




20 


1 


50 


7 


50 


13 


00 


4 


00 


2 


00 


24 


90 


8 


75 


13 


03 



4 80 



120 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Normal School, North Bay. — Continued. 



Apparatus, chemicals, Domestic and Manual Training supplies ($383.59) 
51 94 



Beamish & Smith, cotton, ging- 
hams, etc 

Beggs Bros., felt, cheesecloth, 
etc 

Blanchet & Fitzpatrick, fish .... 

Campbell, H. S., chemicals 

Central Electric and School Sup- 
ply Co., zinc and jar 

Cochrane Hardware, Ltd., hard- 
ware 

Pindley, Mrs. J., supplies 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., blank 
books 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., ap- 
paratus 



8 


83 
40 
85 


30 


60 


12 


84 
50 


11 


21 


45 


92 



Mcintosh, A. A., supplies 

Northern Planing Mills, lumber 
Richardson, J. W., wood alcohol 

Rorabeck, R. H., pattern 

Smith, C. P., nitric acid 

Springhill Farm Dairy, supplies 
Stanley Rule and Level Co., 

swivel 

Star Grocery, supplies 

Thomas & Co., vases and paper. 

Vick, Quong, laundrying 

Vokes Hardware Co., brass . . . 
Winters, C. E., flowers 



4 


95 


86 


85 


12 


50 


1 


49 




75 


8 


83 


1 


32 


98 


21 


3 


24 




86 




55 




95 



Students' board and travelling^ Expenses ($5,773.33). 

Sundry students' allowance for board and trav. expenses while in training, 



5,773 33 



Payment to North Bay Public School Board ($2,250.00). 

Board of Education, use of Public School for students in training 2,250 00 

Fuel, light and water ($1,342.36). 

Cochrane Hardware, Ltd., oil.. 1 25 North Bay Light, Heat & Power 

Lindsay & McCluskey, coal, Co., light 27 34 

1,272.04; wood, 33.38; ice, 25c. 1,305 67 Richardson, J. W., oil 1 10 

j Sundry newspapers, advertising 7 00 



Furniture and incidentals ($175.19). 



Burrows & Parmalee, fuses, etc. 

Cherry, S. J., plumbing 

Cochrane Hardware, Ltd., hard- 
ware, etc 

Garoin, Oliver, steel bar, etc. . . . 

LaSalle, A. E., plumbing and 
castings 

Lindsay & McCluskey, lime and 
cement 

MacArthur, N., & Son, plumbing, 
etc 

Moore, John, poles 



5 
4 


95 

34 


37 
2 


10 

33 


20 


03 


4 


40 


22 
1 


40 
50 



North Bay Light, Heat & Power 
Co., carbons 

Northern Furnishing Co., fram- 
ing pictures 

Northern Planing Mills, lumber 

Parker, John, repairing furnace 

Parsons, W. J., tumblers 

Randall, A., glazing, etc 

Richardson, J. W., hardware, 
etc 

Vokes Hardware Co., shelf sup- 
ports 

Wallace, H., & Sons, brick 



Expenses of grounds ($190.20). 



Bunyan, R., seeds 

Cameron, John, work on grounds 

Carmichael, W., hauling trees. . 

Cochrane Hardware Co., sup- 
plies 

Deson, John, work on grounds. 

Doyle, J. J., livery hire 

Pinley, J., work on grounds. . . . 

Pinley, Mrs. Julia, plants 

Hawkins, H., services at 2.00 per 
diem 



18 


75 


8 


00 


20 


10 


4 


00 


6 


00 


.3 


00 


3 


00 



K. 



work on 



11 25 



Lukasieweiz, 

grounds 

Latulippe, P., manure 

McLeod, S., fertilizer 

Morell, Jno., teaming 

Ostrom, Chas., work on grounds 
Richardson, J. W., supplies and 

repairs 

Rutledge, W. C, manure 

Simmers, J. A., bulbs, etc 

Thompson, Geo., teaming 

Valliant, J. C, work on grounds 



4 


50 


S 


10 


5 


00 




70 


3 


15 


9 


59 




74 


5 


00 



26 


00 


2 


00 


4 


F0 


5 


85 


21 


00 



9 70 
11 25 

8 37 
11 15 

3 38 



1911 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



121 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Normal School, North Bay. — Continued. 

Scrubbing:, cleaning:, cartag-e, etc. ($651.00). 



Beverley, J., cartage 50 

Cochrane Hardware Co., supplies 5 90 

Donovan, D., cartage 1 25 

North Bay Light, Heat & Power 

Co., vacuum cleaner 1 50 



Pay lists, wages of charwomen. 638 25 
Richardson, J. W., pail and 

brushes 2 35 

Shea, Peter, cartage . . ". 50 

Sheedy, P. L., cartage 75 



High Schools and Collegiate Institutes 

Salaries ($9,000 00). 

J. E. Wetherell: Twelve months' salary as Inspector 3,000 00 

H. B. Spotton: do do 3,00) 00 

J.A.Houston: do do 3,000 00 



Contingencies ($1,948.20). 



I Brown Bros., blank books ..... 

i Copp, Clark Co., book 

\ Harcourt, E. H., Co., binding . . 

Houston, J. A., trav expenses.. 

King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery 



Treasurer, Board of High Schools 
and Collegiate Institutes : — 

Alexandria 

Almonte 

Arnprior 1 

Arthur 

Athens 

Aurora 

Aylmer 1 

Barrie 1 

Beamsville 

Belleville 1 

Berlin 1 

Bowmanville 

Bradford 

Brampton 1 

Brantford 1 

Brighton 

Brockville 1 

Caledonia 

Campbellford 

Carleton Place 

Cayuga 

Chatham 1 

Chesley 

Clinton 1 

Cobourg 1 

Colborne 

Collingwood 1 

Cornwall 1 

Deseronto ^.. 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Dutton . 

Elora 

Essex 

Fergus 



2 75 

20 

2 50 

449 16 

215 47 



McMaster, M., postage stamps.. 200 00 
Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

printing 184 74 

Spotton, H. B., trav. expenses.. 476 95 

Wetherell, J. E., trav. expenses. 416 43 



Grants ($154,581.42). 

Forest 754 23 

Fort William 2,565 68 

883 04 Gait 1,261 83 

853 43 Gananoque 901 08 

012 51 Georgetown 869 23 

791 12 Glencoe 707 25 

829 17 Goderich 1,191 98 

861 39 Gravenhurst 1,492 28 

043 86 Grimsby 703 78 

205 69 Guelph 1,475 03 

633 19 Hagersville 688 72 

180 66 HaiTeybury 1,715 68 

429 21 Hamilton 1,592 20 

930 71 Harriston . : 844 62 

726 75 Hawkesbury 782 37 

117 29 Ingersoll 1,295 62 

484 19 Iroquois 815 21 

521 85 Kemptville 890 23 

566 82 Kenora 1,531 18 

807 30 Kincardine 1,045 53 

913 38 Kingston 1,394 04 

754 16 Leamington 963 94 

676 78 Lindsay 1,465 10 

576 24 Listowel 908 77 

862 76 London 1,390 29 

114 51 Lucan 765 31 

432 37 Madoc 723 50 

601 70 Markham 866 88 

,284 52 Meaford 1,243 07 

323 74 Midland 938 49 

783 90 Mitchell 778 48 

912 53 Morrisburg 1,082 71 

992 26 Mount Forest 775 63 

770 01 Napanee 1,307 90 

668 47 Newbury 685 91 

855 63 Newcastle 559 98 

766 04 Newmarket 1,034 77 



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No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



High Schools and Collegiate Institutes.— Continued. 



Niagara 

Niagara Falls 1 

Niagara Falls South 

North Bay 1 

North Toronto 1 

Norwood 

Oakville 

Omemee 

Orangeville 1 

Orillia 1 

Oshawa 1 

Ottawa 1 

Owen Sound 1 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene 

Perth 1 

Peterborough 1 

Petrolea 

Picton 1 

Plantagenet 

Port Arthur 2 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 1 

Port Perry 

Port Rowan 

Prescott 

Renfrew 1 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 1 

Rockland 

Sarnia 1 

Sault Ste. Marie 2 

Seaforth 1 

Simcoe 1 

Smith's "Falls 1 



Grants.— Continued. 

582 11 Smithville 663 96 

391 09 St. Catharines 1,463 87 

746 11 St. Mary's 1,068 55 

896 02 St. Thomas 1,468 23 

,103 78 Stirling 748 07 

766 65 Stratford 1,485 51 

835 21 Strathroy 972 41 

556 18 Streetsville 696 93 

026 90 Sudbury 2,431 96 

,482 03 Sydenham 741 22 

,113 26 Thorold 725 48 

,592 62 Tillsonburg 906 77 

467 54 Toronto: — 

987 08 High School of Commerce. 977 81 

783 14 Harbord Street 1,367 35 

864 45 Humberside 1,389 45 

761 63 Jameson Avenue 1,385 00 

,128 72 Jarvis Street 1,353 18 

,294 61 Malvern Avenue 1,200 35 

799 90 Oakwood 1,241 73 

,499 98 Riverdale 1,372 70 

633 59 Trenton 881 45 

,964 98 Uxbridge 756 32 

539 70 Vankleek Hill 1,214 74 

718 37 Vienna 543 65 

,074 89 Walkerton 903 25 

767 45 Wardsville 533 09 

554 14 Waterdown 594 04 

803 77 Waterford 731 56 

,372 09 Watford 812 52 

739 36 Welland 866 73 

017 35 Weston 777 11 

688 04 Whitby 880 76 

,466 32 Wiarton 750 42 

445 02 Williamstown 791 46 

,192 86 Windsor 1,559 99 

,059 82 Wingham 959 33 

222 33 Woodstock 1,249 70 



Military Instruction High School Cadet Corps ($1,600.00) 



Arthur 

Barrie 

Brantford . . . 
Collingwood . 

Cornwall 

Essex 

Gait 

Goderich 

Guelph 

Ingersoll 

Meaford 

Mount Forest 
Orangeville . . 



50 00 Orillia 

50 00 Perth 

50 00 Picton 

50 00 Seaforth 

50 00 Stratford 

50 00 Strathroy 

100 00 St. Thomas 

100 00 Tillsonburg 

50 00 Toronto: — 

50 00 Harbord Street 

50 00 Jarvis Street . 

100 00 Parkdale 

50 00 Woodstock 



50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 00 


100 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 00 


50 


00 


50 


00 



Art Department of High Schools ($200.00). 



Hatch, Salem B., services as in- 
structor 75 00 

Hood, Findlay, services as in- 
structor 75 00 



Humberside Collegiate Institute, 

grant 25 00 

Ottawa Collegiate Institute, 

grant 25 00 



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123 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Night High Schools ($489.50). 



Treasurer, Collegiate Institute 
Board, Hamilton 299 00 



Treasurer, High School Board, 
Sault Ste. Marie 



190 50 



Library and Museum. 

Salaries ($11,028.00). 

J. G. Hodgins: Twelve months' salary as Historiographer 2,200 00 

H. R. Alley: do Librarian 1,900 00 

Rowland Orr: do Superintendent of Museum 1,800 00 

Geo. R. Barnes: do Clerk 1,100 00 

G. A. H. Clarke: do Clerk in Museum 1,100 00 

E. King: do Stenographer in Library 700 00 

L. A. Hynes: do do Museum 650 00 

W. A. Poole: do Guard in Museum 800 00 

Geo. Chapman: do Night Watchman, Museum and 

Departmental Buildings 77'8 00 



Postage, stationery, printing, labels, etc. ($121.78). 

Can. Express Co., charges 60 King's Printer, distribution, 



Dom. Express Co., charges 



90 stationery 110 45 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

printing 9 83 



Incidentals and purchases ($446 89) 



American Anthropological Asso- 
ciation, annual dues 

Aikenhead Hardware Co., fold- 
ing iron stand 

American Society for Judicial 
Settlement of International 
Disputes, fee 

Art Metropole, tacks and shellac 

Cairns, B., seal and stamps .... 

Can. Express Co., charges 

City Storage Co., storage on pic- 
tures 

Collector of Customs, duty 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Figary, P., photo supplies 

Greer Bros., guards' uniforms. 

Irwin, C. W., duty and broker- 
age 

Lewis, Rice, & Son, supplies . . . 

Library Bureau of Canada, sup- 
plies 

Lyon, J. S., glue pot 



12 


00 


10 


80 


1 


00 


1 


47 


4 


90 


7 


75 


6 


50 


1 


08 


4 


58 


8 


40 


45 


40 




25 


2 


54 



86 25 
4 50 



Meredith, T., & Co., brushes, 
paints and oils 

National Typewriter Co., in- 
spections 

Newsome & Gilbert, repairs . . . 

Office Specialty Co., index cards 

Ontario Library Association, 
annual fees 

Pearsall, G., & Son, key blanks. 

Pearsall, S., sharpening saws. . 

Robinson & Heath, brokerage 
charges 

Rowland, H., chemicals 

Simpson, R., Co., frame 

Thompson, Ahern & Co., broker- 
age charges 

Thomsons', Limited, half tone 
cuts 

United Photographic Stores, 
plates 

Yokes Hardware Co., hardware. 



40 68 



6 


75 


20 


00 


07 


10 


2 


00 




50 




35 


1 


00 


11 


56 


1 


75 


3 


55 


23 


00 


2 


25 


28 


98 



Books, Educational and Technical ($1,277.35). 



Allen & Son, E. G 

American Academy Social 

Science 

Appleton, D., & Co 

Bowes & Bowes 

Britnell, Albert 

Britnell, Jno 

Cadby, J. W 

Cassell & Co., Limited 

Cedric Chivers, Limited 

Champlain Society 

Charities Publication Committee 



1 34 



3 


40 


3 


50 


21 


46 


168 


90 


30 


25 


15 


21 


17 


89 


1 


69 


10 


00 


2 


00 



Clark, A. H., Co 

Columbia University 

Copp, Clark Co., Limited 

Connisseur, Otto, Limited 

Davis, Jno 

Dawson, Wm., & Sons 

Deighton, Bell & Co 

Elgin Historical and Scientific 

Institute 

Eyre & Spottiswood 

Ford, T. J., & Co 

Frend & Co 



84 


78 


10 


20 




80 




60 


13 


79 


4 


50 


3 


52 


1 


15 


1 


35 


18 


50 


6 


65 



124 



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No. 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Library and Museum.— Continued. 



Books, Educational and Technical.— Continued. 



Frowde, Henry 

Heaton's Agency 

Hector, E 

Himebaugh, C. L 

Holland Bros 

Housekeeping and Experimental 

Station 

Library Bureau of Canada . r. . 

MacMillan Co 

Methodist Book & Pub. House. 
Morang Educational Co., Ltd... 
Musical Teachers' Association.. 

McClelland & Goodchild 

McGrath, P. T 

Renouf Publishing Co 

Rosenthal, L 

Scientific American 

Scientific Institute 



9 


98 


1 


00 


4 


96 


1 


35 


15 


17 


1 


00 


1 


20 


180 


41 


331 


92 


11 


32 


1 


60 


147 


SO 


3 


26 


12 


70 


24 


23 


3 


00 




30 



Scribner's Sons, Ohas 

Sherratt & Hughes d 

Sifton, Praed Co ". 

Stevens & Brown 

Sutton, A 

Superintendent, of Documents, 

Washington 

Sutherland, Wm 

Sydenham & Thompson 

Tax Reform League of Eastern 

Canada 

Thin, James 

Tunes Book Co 

Tyrrell, Wm., & Co 

University Magazine 

Wilson, H. W., Co 

Wystman, P 



3 80 

3 22 

92 

23 27 
3 74 



2 05 



2 00 

1 65 
5 39 
7 35 

50 

2 26 
37 94 



Binding and repairing books, pamphlets, etc. ($86.61) 



Harcourt, E. H., Co., binding. . . 



86 33 



Superintendent of Documents, 
Washington, bulletins 



28 



Subscriptions to newspapers and periodicals ($534.63) 

Sundry Newspapers and Periodicals, subscriptions 



534 63 



Archaeological Researches collections, busts, etc. ($3,370.30). 



Art Metropole, drawing instru 
ments 

Ashall, A. E., services as steno 
grapher at 2.00 per diem .... 

Castrucci, O. A., services paint- 
ing and repairing busts at 3.50 
per diem 1,057 00 

Doble, A., set of George V. coin- 
age 

Fiddes & Hogarth, electrical 
work 

Hackett, Mrs. A., services as 
matron at 1.50 per diem 

James, Wm., photographs 



27 70 



150 00 



5 50 

97 65 

18 00 
13 00 



MacCarthy, H., bust of Earl 

Grey 300 00 

Monarch Typewriter Co., type- 
writer 112 50 

Phillips, W. H., services at 

100.00 per month 700 00 

Orr, R. B., trav. expenses 626 45 

Rowland, H. A., chemicals .... 3 30 

Sherwood, W. A., paintings 150 00 

Smith, J. B., & Sons, lumber... 10 00 

Thomson's, Limited, plates, etc. 51 45 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets ... 10 00 

United Photo Stores, supplies. . . 12 75 

Wilson, C. D., photos and prints 25 00 



Art Metropole, brushes 

Harris, W., & Co., preparing 
specimens 

Maughan, J., mounting speci- 
mens 



Natural History Collections, etc. ($1,405.89) 
1 76 
50 00 



Nash, C. W., services at 125.00 

per month 625 00 

Rowland, H. A., chemicals 2 38 

Schnaufer, P., dressing speci- 
711 75 mens 15 00 



Public Libraries. 



(Salaries ($4,225.00). 

W. R. Nursey: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,100 00 

Wm. Lemon : do Clerk 1,200 00 

Dora Allen: do Stenographer 700 00 

S. B. Herbert: Three do Assistant in Library 225 00 



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125 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Public Libraries. — Continued. 



Acton 

Admaston . .... 
Ailsa Craig 

Alma 

Almonte 

Alton 

Amherstburg . . 

Angus 

Arkona 

Arnprior 

Arthur 

Atwood 

Auburn 

Aurora 

Aylmer , 

Ayr 

Barrie 

Bath 

Baysville 

Beachville . . . . , 

Beamsville 

Beaverton 

Beeton 

Belfountain . . 

Belleville 

Bellwood 

Belmont 

Berlin 

Blenheim 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon . . . 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Bowmanville . 
Bracebridge . . 

Bradford 

Brampton .... 
Brantford .... 

Bridgen 

Bridgeburg . . . 

Brighton 

Brimston 

Brockville .... 

Brooklyn 

Brownsville . . 
Brucefield .... 

Brussels 

Burford . ..... 

Burk's Palls . . 
Burlington . . . 
Burgessville . . 

Caledon 

Caledonia . . . . 

Cambray 

Camden East . 
Camlachie . . . . 
Campbellford . 

Canfield 

Cannington . . . 

Cardinal 

Cargill 

Carleton Place 
Carp 



Grants, etc. ($38,482.59) 

101 54 Cayuga 10 00 

24 94 Chatham 260 00 

15 00 Chatsworth 49 51 

17 63 Cheapside 35 01 

76 39 Chesley 99 74 

43 12 Chesterville 60 35 

92 17 Claremont 56 43 

10 00 Clarksburg 15 00 

31 93 Claude 10 00 

43 34 Clifford 59 73 

100 82 Clinton 232 94 

15 00 Cobourg 194 56 

35 97 Colborne 19 93 

35 84 Coldstream 51 01 

174 03 Collingwood 241 14 

77 50 Cookstown 15 00 

75 97 Coplestown 10 00 

44 22 Copper Cliff 78 94 

21 04 Cornwall 119 93 

39 55 Creemore •. . . 21 00 

52 78 Delhi 80 47 

56 43 Delta 33 77 

45 75 Depot Harbor 40 17 

10 00 Deseronto 148 73 

260 00 Don 21 79 

40 07 Dorchester ' 25 98 

10 00 Drayton 94 90 

260 00 Dryden 23 85 

122 37 Drumbo 60 58 

21 52 Dundalk 83 36 

66 21 Dundas 119 30 

76 . 71 Dungannon 40 59 

27 60 Duhnville 165 81 

134 19 Dunvegan 23 14 

115 60 Durham 70 32 

21 27 Duart 10 00 

259 41 Eglinton 89 22 

260 00 Elmira 123 21 

13 10 Elmvale 31 59 

42 67 Elmwood 31 68 

58 69 Elora 74 45 

5 00 Embro 97 27 

260 00 Ennotville 64 55 

70 16 Erin 44 67 

70 58 Essex 107 61 

54 29 Ethel 10 00 

122 60 Exeter 65 93 

41 45 Fenelon Falls 92 30 

69 24 Fergus 104 10 

103 69 Fonthill .' 58 92 

29 57 Forest 45 05 

27 97 Forresters' Falls 10 00 

55 69 Fort Erie 99 87 

53 66 Fort William 260 00 

38 67 Frankford 59 65 

64 88 Fullarton 54 45 

74 36 Gait 260 00 

20 93 Gananoque 68 81 

25 85 Garden Island . . < . . Ill 21 

65 97 Georgetown 100 30 

15 00 Glammis 36 01 

144 03 Glencoe 25 35 

10 00 Glen Morris 34 50 



126 



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No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Public Libraries. — Continued. 



Goderich 

Gore Bay , 

Gore's Landing 

Gorrie 

Grafton , 

Grand Valley , 

Gravenhurst , 

Grimsby 

Guelph , 

Hagersville , 

Haileybury , 

Haliburton , 

Hamilton 

Hanover , 

Harriston 

Harrow , 

Hastings 

Hawkesville . . ; 

Hensall 

Hespeler , 

Hillsdale 

Highland Creek ..... 

Hillview 

Holstein 

Honeywood 

Huntsville , 

Ingersoll 

Inwood 

Islington 

Jarvis 

Kars 

Kemble 

Kemptville 

Kenora 

Kincardine 

Kingston 

Kingsville 

Kinmount 

Kintore 

Kirkfield 

Komoka 

Lakefield 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Leamington 

Lefroy 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

Little Britain 

London 

Lucknow 

Lyn 

Lynden . 

Madoc ' 

Mallorytown 

Manilla 

Manotick 

Markdale 

Markham (for blind) 

Marksville 

Meaf ord 

Melbourne 



Grants. — Continued. 

141 67 Merrickville 69 85 

15 00 Merritton 28 53 

33 66 Midland 108 63 

27 58 Millbrook 106 57 

19 61 Mildmay 15 00 

77 97 Milton 65 72 

15 00 Milverton 65 06 

147 21 Minden 10 00 

260 00 Mitchell 109 55 

58 40 Monkton 10 00 

143 42 Mono Centre 14 39 

40 58 Mono Mills 25 90 

260 00 Mono Road 18 51 

45 63 Morrisburg '. 71 97 ! 

114 83 Morriston 16 75 j 

61 64 Mount Albert 31 66 ! 

26 77 Mount Brydges 36 59 j 

21 03 Mount Forest 123 96 

57 25 Nanticoke 1 21 99 j 

158 01 Napanee 232 62 I 

27 32 Napier 30 45 

17 19 Newburgh 54 25 j 

60 69 Newbury 32 71 ! 

66 94 New Durham 10 00 

10 00 New Dundee 10 00 j 

x 74 51 New Hamburg 42 53 

160 05 Newington 17 35 

69 42 New Liskeard 99 10 | 

54 56 Newmarket 122 64 

19 10 Niagara 137 55 

10 00 Niagara Falls 260 00 ! 

15 00 Norland 10 00 

111 25 North Bay 114 36 

74 64 North Gower 22 11 

95 87 Norwich 92 45 [ 

209 36 Norwood 36 86 | 

90 66 Oakville 119 71 

19 41 Oakwood 36 37 

103 31 Odessa 46 98 I 

30 26 Omemee 60 28 I 

57 18 Ontario Library Association . . . 200 00 

101 07 Orangeville 223 28 ! 

31 26 Orillia 177 92 | 

64 64 Orono 19 97 ! 

57 98 Oshawa 176 78 

10 00 Otterville 50 07 [ 

260 00 Owen Sound 194 0^ 

80 99 Paris 131 08 

44 36 Paisley 105 23 

260 00 Pakenham 97 19 

43 36 Palmerston 71 94 

39 88 Parry Sound 137 75 

10 00 Parkhill 15 00 i 

25 34 Pembroke 260 00 \ 

67 32 Penetanguishene 148 02 

121 92 Perth 191 35 

17 04 Peterborough 260 00m 

89 41 Pickering 47 91 

500 00 Picton 244 53 

5 00 Plattsville 110 29 

108 70 Point Edward : 15 00 

34 31 Port Arthur 260 00 



191112 



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127 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Public Libraries.— Continued. 



Grants— Continued. 



Port Carling 53 61 

Port Colborne 33 46 

Port Credit 32 20 

Port Dover 85 56 

Port Elgin 104 34 

Port Hope 240 90 

Port Perry 112 58 

Port Rowan 10 00 

Port Stanley 34 58 

Prescott 133 87 



Preston 

Princeton 

Queensville 

Rainy River , 

Reading Camp Association 

Renfrew 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 

Ridgeway 

Ripley 

Riverdale 

Rockwood 

Romney 

Runnymede 

Russell 

St. Catharines 

St. George 

St. Helen 

St. Mary's 

St. Thomas 

Sarnia 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Scarboro 

Scotland 

Seaforth 

Shedden 

Shelbourne 

Shetland 

Simcoe 

Singhampton 

Smith's "Falls 

Smithville 

Southampton 

South Mountain 

South River '. 

Sparta ... 

Speedside T. 

Springfield 

Stevensville 

Stayner 

Stony Creek 

Stirling 

Stouffville 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Streetsville 

Sunderland 

Sutton 

Sydenham 

Tara 

Tavistock 

Teeswater 



167 98 
24 74 
41 20 
65 97 

700 00 
57 45 
10 00 
67 42 

67 25 
50 07 
27 09 
20 15 
14 98 
50 77 
27 39 
83 22 

260 00 
73 56 
33 22 
167 10 
260 00 
260 00 
198 25 

48 22 
59 49 

128 04 
39 25 

117 49 
30 61 

252 61 
5 00 

218 89 
41 84 
26 56 
10 00 
10 00 
5 00 
46 25 
22 83 
38 69 
24 35 
57 81 
55 80 
93 03 

259 59 

128 75 
90 16 

49 02 
64 27 
41 65 

68 91 
147 62 

85 50 



Thamesford . . 
Thamesville . . 

Thedford 

Thornbury . . . 

Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg . . 

Toronto 

Tottenham . . . 

Tweed 

Underwood . . . 

Unionville 

Uxbridge 

Victoria Mines 
Victoria Road 
Walkerton 
Walkerville . . 
Wallaceburg . . 

Walton 

Wardsville 
Warkworth . . 
Waterdown . . . 
Waterford . . , 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Welland 

Wellesley 

Westford 

Weston 

Whitby 

White Lake .. 

Wiarton 

Winchester . . , 
Williamstown 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodstock . . , 

Woodville 

Wroxeter 



21 19 

105 85 

50 49 

16 60 

98 71 
78 85 

130 93 

260 00 

40 39 

74 26 

20 00 

36 03 

46 21 

45 98 

20 00 

91 52 

258 00 

140 74 

10 00 

50 47 

33 54 

56 70 
10 00 

260 00 
108 20 

99 07 
54 28 
44 74 
83 74 
74 69 
19 43 
86 11 
66 56 
15 00 

260 00 

256 30 

260 00 

36 57 

57 21 



Contingencies : — 
Bell Telephone Co., services, 

9.25; rent of instruments, 

38.00 

Cairns, B., rubber stamps 

C. P. Ry., freight charges 

Can. Express Co., charges . . . 
Craig, J., services at 2.00 per 

diem 

Craig, Jessie, services at 1.66^ 

per diem 

Craig, W. G., services at 2.66^ 

per diem 

Courtney, W., services at 

2.50 per diem 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . . 

Figary, P., photographs 

G. T. Ry. Co., freight charges 
Griffiths, W. N., services at 

2.00 per diem 

Griffiths, W. N., services at 

2.25 per diem 



47 
1 
1 

13 


25 
65 
99 
43 


328 40 


216 


67 


837 


34 


534 

14 

3 


00 
02 
00 
65 


269 


00 


414 


00 



128 



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EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Public Libraries. — Continued. 



Q rants. — Continued. 



Harcourt, E. H., Co., blank 

books 8 41 

Hardy, E. A., services listing 

books 200 00 

Herbert, S. B., services at 2.50 

per diem 587 50 

Jeffreys, C. W., illustrations 

for book 50 00 

King's Printer, distribution, 

stationery 628 86 

Kyle, P., illustrations for 

books 15 00 

Kylie, E. J., revising book ... 25 00 
Library Bureau, subscription. 2 25 
London Free Press, advertis- 
ing 400 00 

Mackenzie & Co., frames 22 60 

McCarthy, P., cartage 50 

McCorkindale, L., express 

charges * 60 

McMaster, M., postage stamps 300 00 
Methodist Book & Pub. House, 



printing, 1,604.83; books, 

117.21 1,722 04 

Mills, M., postage stamps 50 00 

Nursey, W. R., trav. expenses, 
153.97; special services, 
100.00 253 97 

Publishers Weekly, books 25 00 

Reynolds, G. N., & Co., furni- 
ture 71 30 

Riddell, B., services at 2.25 per 

diem .7 679 00 

Smith, W. E., services at 2.50 

per diem 237 30 

Spereman, P., services at 50.00 
per month, 600.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 483.48 1,083 48 

Thompson, Ahern & Co., bro- 
kerage charges 40 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets.. 50 00 

Wickson, A. M., illustrations 
for book 25 00 



Travelling Expenses~of]T>eIegates to Institute Meetings ($1,829.78). 



Beamsville: — 

Arison, W. H 

Butters, Mary T 

Dalton, M. J 

Dunham, B. M 

Field, G. S 

Geary, J. B 

Haynes, W. F 

Hudspeth, W. S 

Kennedy, Mrs. H 

Kinsman, Fred 

Machell, Wm 

Mitchell, R 

Neff, J. E 

Norris, J 

Patterson, Mrs. C. J. 

Scott, Etta 

Shipman, T. W 

Snyder, Dr. G. B 

Strongfellow, Rev. Chas. 

Weeks, Grace 

Chatham: — 

Anderson, John 

Bradley, Mrs. W. H. 

Carson, W. O 

Denholm, A 

Dobbyn, M. E. L 

Elliott, W. J 

Fitzgerald, W. E 

Hamilton, J. W 

Harkness, Miss Ruby . . 

Havelock, Mrs. A. E. 

Hutton, W. A 

Jackson, Mrs. S. E 

Jenner, Mrs 

Johnston, F. E 

Kearney, N. J 



4 30 
3 00 

2 95 

3 65 
6 55 

3 10 

4 50 

6 35 

1 50 
12 55 

4 50 

5 75 

2 35 
4 20 
4 50 
4 40 

4 50 

5 90 

3 70 

1 05 

7 45 
3 10 

6 25 
3 10 
3 70 

5 60 

6 70 
6 25 
6 25 
3 50 

2 30 
9 70 
2 10 
5 90 

8 90 



Leggatt, Miss B. E 
Lyons, Mrs. A. V. . 
McAdams, R. . 
McRae, Miss M 
McRae, Miss F. E 
McSween, Wm. . 
Mitchell, Dr. Geo 
Murch, W. H. 
Reid, Miss M. . . 
Regan, C. W. 
Seager, P. S. ... 

Short, J. A 

Smith, S. L 

Voden, A 

Watson, Miss H. C. 
White, Mrs. P. J. . 

Gait: — 

Adams, Mrs. A 

Blyth, Robt 

Cavers, Mrs. J 

Coleman, Miss E. . . . 
Dunham, Miss M. B. 

Fairweather, J 

George, Miss E 

Ginelin, H 

Graef, Doris 

Harris, Miss A 

Hardy, E. A 

Horning, L. E 

Huether, J 

Jardine, Miss B. . . . 
Kopp, Miss A. E. 

McGregor, J 

MacKenzie, Miss M. 

Perry, P 

Roach, J. M 



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129 



EDUCATION.— Continued, 



Ross, Miss B. 
Schierholtz, C. 
Winn, E. G. . 



Ingersoll: — 
Bain, Miss H. . . 
Banting, Miss C. 
Boxall, Miss L. . 
Bressey, W. A. . 
Brown, J. J. ... 

Burns, C. S 

Cameron, A. W. . 
Carson, N. O. 
Downing, Miss T. 
Draper, Miss J. . 
Eadie, Mrs. E. . . 
Elliott, Rev. F. C. 
Green, A. E. ... 
Hendry, Dr. F. G. 
Johnston, Rev. W. H 
Kelley, Philip ... 
McFarland, A. . . 
McLeon, Miss M. 
Robinson, Miss E 
Robinson, G. J. 
Rolph, Miss C. . . 
Rutherford, Miss T 
Schwalm, Miss B. 
Sheppard, Rev. E 

Taylor, Chas 

Strode, Miss E. B. 
Wilson, Miss C. . 
Wickson, P 



Lindsay: — 
Argue, Miss G. . . 
Bemister, Geo. . . 

Bundy, J 

Dickey, Miss H. A 
Fowlds, W. M. .. 

Gale, Miss J 

Gilchrist, J. C. . 
Hamly, Miss L. M. 
Hampton, Miss A. 

Holiday, D 

Jacobi, Mrs. E. J. 

Langley, D 

Logan, H 

McBride, D 

McKay, Grace T. . 
McKean, T. W. 
McDonald, Miss L. 
Mitting, Mrs. P. . 
Robinson, T. M. 
Shier, Miss M. . . 
Trimmer, Mrs. E. 

London: — 

Aston, J. E 

Bishop, W 

Campbell, N. A. . 
Carroll, Mrs. L. . 
Charteris, Dr. C. R, 
Crooks, W. W. . 
9 P.A. 



1 50 
1 25 
3 70 



70 
95 
35 
35 
25 
35 
15 
00 
35 
45 
15 
75 
05 
05 
60 
70 



Public Libraries. — Continued. 

Travelling Expenses of Delegates to Institute Meetings.— Continued. 

Currie, Rev. J 

Douglas, Mrs. A 

Downs, Mrs. E. M. 

Edwards, Rev. E 

Gray, D 

Hardy, A. D 

Howard, O. F 

McCallum, Miss K 

McCann, Mrs. E. A. 

Mcintosh, J. H 

Matheson, N 

O'Meara, Miss A 

Stewart, J. W 

Thompson, Miss P 

Tucker, Miss A. L 

Wylie, Miss J 

Zavitz, E. M 

Zavitz, H. V 



3 35 



30 
50 
50 
15 

00 

95 
60 
SO 
10 

65 

45 



5 35 
14 20 



9 


30 


3 


60 


16 


25 


9 


75 


6 


60 


8 


85 


12 


50 


9 


70 


9 


35 


12 


60 


4 


75 


7 


70 


6 


00 


7 


45 



6 


50 


6 


60 


3 


60 


5 


20 


1 


20 


3 


30 


1 


80 


10 


50 


2 


00 


4 


20 


4 


10 



Ottawa: — 
Andrews, W. H. . 

Beecroft, N. J 

Bundy, J. S 

Calder, Mrs. E. . . 

Calder, J 

Caswell, E. S 

Davis, C. P 

De La Fosse, F. M 

Dickie, M. J 

Edwards, Miss F. 
Fowlds, N. W. ... 
Freeser, Miss M. . 

Gale, Miss J 

Hamly, Miss L. . 

Irwin, A. M 

Jacobi, Mrs. E. J. . 

Langley, O 

McLean, F. W. ... 
O'Reilly, Chas. . . . 

Rees, B. F 

Robinson, T. M. 
Willis, R. F 



Orangeville: — 
Berwick, J. R. 
Black, Rev. J. A. , 
Burgess, H. H. , 
Carson, W. O. ... 
Coleridge, Mrs. P 
Farquharson, Rev. W 
Firth, Alex. . . 
Hillyard, G. H 
Leonard, Rev. T 
McDonald, John 
McGregor, Jno. 
McPherson, D 
Phelan, Rev. R. M. 
Ramage, C. . . 
Scott, Miss V. 
Spicer, H. . . 
Spratt, H. A. 
Taylor, Jno. . 
Tough, Geo. . 



1 


85 


3 


05 


2 


40 


2 


95 


1 


10 


4 


35 


4 


20 


2 


25 


2 


00 


1 


50 


3 


80 


4 


00 


2 


35 


1 


25 


3 


20 


1 


20 


1 


00 


1 


50 


6 


25 


4 


55 


6 


45 


5 


15 


4 


90 


3 


40 


2 


00 


3 


80 


7 


45 


4 


05 


6 


65 


1 


40 


1 


15 


2 


50 


6 


20 


1 


35 


6 


40 


8 


05 


8 


45 


3 


95 


10 


30 


5 


90 


4 85 


6 


00 


4 


90 


6 


65 


3 


60 


2 


75 


4 


85 


5 


30 


6 


25 


6 


30 


4 


15 


6 


00 


3 


70 




75 


4 


65 


7 


65 


4 


80 


2 


00 


5 


50 



130 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Public Libraries. — Continued. 



Travelling Expenses of Delegates to Institute Meetings.— Continued. 



Napanee: — 

Brown, Rev. G. A 

Brown, H. S 

Byers, Rev. B. P 

Clute, T. G. . . . 

Deans, Mrs. H. I 

Denyes, Mrs. J 

Dunham, Miss B 

Frost, Mrs. J. G 

Harris, W. C. 

Holmes, Miss E 

Mathews, Miss C 

Miller, Miss M. I 

Moore, Mrs. J. P 

Mulholland, Miss E. . . . 
McEvers, Miss L. E. 

Turley, Mrs. E 

Walker, A. R 

Wilson, Jas 

Young, Rev. C. J. ... 

New Liskeard: — 

Byam, C. A 

Campbell, W. G 

Felstead, J. A 

Gray, Rev. D. R 

Jarrett, Mrs. T 

Jarrett, T 

Johnson, W. H 

McKenzie, Wm 

Wilson, Dr. J. J 

Orillia: — 

Boyd, L. F 

Burkholder, Rev. J. . . 
Frawley, P. J. 
Gilmour, Rev. F. 

Hilborn, Miss E 

Hunter, A. E 

Irwin, Rev. W. T 

Johnston, E. W 

Jones, Mrs. D. A 

McClinton, Dr. J. B. H. 

McKenzie, C 

Madden, A 

Sloan, W. B 

Smith, Rev. F 

Sproule, Mrs. S. C. ... 

Sunter, Miss S 

Thornburn, W. J 

Watson, A. H 

Williams, D 

Port Arthur: — 

Bennett, H. S 

Black, Mrs. J 

Berggren, Mrs. M. ... 

Dickson, Rev. H 

McGregor, A 

Stratford: — 

Amos, Rev. W. A 

Barker, H. A 

Bellamy, H 

Bowers, J. L 

Carter, G. L 



W. 



5 45 

1 40 
5 50 

2 75 

5 10 
2 60 

14 25 

4 70 

6 65 

5 60 
1 35 
9 20 

1 20 

5 70 

6 10 

5 20 

2 75 

2 70 

6 10 

6 00 
20 45 
17 60 
13 10 

3 50 
50 

24 95 
11 55 
13 60 

5 05 

5 40 

5 90 

7 75 

3 25 

7 25 

4 70 

8 80 

6 50 

5 50 

6 40 
5 25 
5 15 
5 40 

4 25 

3 85 

5 45 

6 40 
5 55 

16 95 

1 70 
5 70 

23 35 
10 65 

2 60 

4 00 

7 50 

5 30 
5 25 



Clancy, Jno 

Clark, Mrs. A. ... 

Clune, Miss L 

Elliott, Wm. . 

Erratt, O. E 

Fairbairn, Miss M. 
Fleuty, Miss M. . . 

Fowler, J. A 

Gait, Jno 

Huston, H. E 

Kerr, W. H 

Leslie, Rev. A. . . . 

McNaught, J 

McNeil, J 

Robinson, T. J. 
Sanders, W. E. ... 

Scott, A. T 

Smyth e, W. C 

Thompson, Miss G. 
Warren, Jas 

Toronto: — 

Barnett, J. D 

Cameron, A. W. 

Carson, W. O 

Dunham, Miss B. . 
Hamilton, J. W. 
Hamly, Miss L. M. 

Kinsman, F 

McPherson, D 

Walker, A. R 

Williams, D , 



Weston: — 

Amos, W 

Breckon, J. E 

Brown, E 

Carr, J. T 

Clouston, J. 

Chester, A 

Dales, Dr. F. A. . 
Duncan, Miss M. . . . 

Durrant, H 

Jones, Mrs. F. E. . 
MacKay, Robt. . . . 

McMahon, T. F 

Maurer, Rev. J. . . 
Shields, Mrs. W. H. 
Tremayne, T. G. ... 
Turner, Miss E. M. 

Westney, H 

Williams, D 

Wodson, H. M 



Contingencies : — 

Carson, W. O., postage re 
London Institute 

Hardy, E. A., trav. expenses. 

Nursey, W. R., trav. expenses 

Ontario Library Association, 
postage stamps, 10.90' 
printing programmes, circu- 
lars, etc., 98.46 

Smallman & Ingram, lunch- 
eons re London Institute. 



5 25 


5 


70 


2 


20 


2 


40 


5 


45 


5 


10 


3 


35 


6 


70 


3 


35 


3 


75 


2 


60 


4 


50 


1 


95 


2 


20 


2 


00 


3 


35 


2 


25 


21 


10 


3 


25 


6 


35 


3 


50 


5 


10 


6 


90 


3 


45 


8 


10 


4 


00 


6 


55 


2 


85 



5 10 

6 45 



1 35 
4 35 

80 
95 

2 80 

1 15 

2 35 

1 20 
80 

2 90 



60 
40 
85 
25 
15 
35 
30 



6 40 
45 



1 80 

35 00 

239 67 



109 36 
4 20 



1911 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



131 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Library School ($745.85). 



Instructor: — 

Dunham, Miss B., services as 
instructor in charge, 150.00; 
services cataloging, 75.00.. 225 00 
Lecturers: — 

Caswell, E. S., services as lec- 
turer 20 00 

Carson, W. O., services as 
lecturer, 20.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 9.40 29 40 

Gould, Chas., services as 
lecturer, 20.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 21.70 41 70 

Hardy, Dr. E. A., services as 
lecturer 30 00 



Henderson, A., services 
demonstrating book-binding 

Horning, Dr., services as lec- 
turer, 125.00; trav. expenses, 
4.00 

Staton, Miss B., services lec- 
turing and demonstration 
work 

Young, Miss H., services lec- 
turing and practical work 

in classification 

Sundry students, trav. expenses 
Toronto Railway Co., car tickets 



10 00 



129 00 



20 00 



60 00 

170 75 
10 00 



Central Ontario College of Art and Design and Other Art Societies ($3,000.00), 

Treasurer, Ontario College of Art, grant 3,000 00 

Grant Ottawa Meeting, American Library Association ($864.34). 

Sundry Delegates, grant for travelling expenses 864 34 

Travelling Libraries ($2,788.69). 



A. L. A. Pub. Board, books. . . 

Bell & Cockburn, books 

Barchard & Co., library boxes 

Cairns, B., rubber stamps, etc. 

Can. Facts Pub. Co., books . . . 

Can. Northern Express, charges 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Pac. Ry., freight charges.. 

Cassell & Co., books 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., books... 

Cumberland, B., books 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Douglas, R., books 

Eaton, T., Co., books 

Gage, W. J. & Co., books 

Gaylor Bros., binder 

Gearing, Thos., library boxes.. 

Grand Trunk Ry., freight 
charges 

Harper, J. M., books 

Heaton's Agency, books 

Hessling, B., books 

International Correspondence 
School, books on technology. 

King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery 

Krause, F. H., books 

Library World, subscription . . . 



26 


35 


12 


10 


18 


00 


14 


17 


61 


00 


2 


30 


58 


26 


5 


17 


50 


00 


7 


24 


31 


25 


49 


04 


6 


00 


2 


74 


9 


50 


5 


50 


94 


50 


2 


96 


30 


00 


12 


00 


32 


35 


44 


00 


2 


40 


13 


35 


1 


76 



Loudon, W. J., books 

McClelland & Goodchild, books. 

McMaster, M., postage stamps . . 

McDonald, J. A., books 

Macmillan Co., books 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
printing, 27.59; books, 315.61. 

Might Directories Press, clip- 
pings 

Morang & Co., books 

Musson Book Co., books 

Nelson, T., & Sons, books 

Publishers Weekly, books 

Rennie, Co., Wm., books 

Renouf Pub. Co., books 

Rose, L., books 

Roycrofters, The, books 

Secretan, J. H., books 

Seneca Pub. Co., books 

Stewart, J., painting and letter- 
ing cases 

Toronto Steamboat & Ry. Guide, 
subscription . . . »- 

Tyrrell, Wm., & Co., books 

Wilson, H. W., Co., books 

Wood, W. R., books 

Young People's Forward Move- 
ment, books 



25 


00 


594 


19 


100 


00 


24 


00 


114 


09 


343 


20 


72 


20 


6 


72 


86 


92 


84 


17 


8 


00 


18 


75 


167 


32 


25 


00 


5 


00 


23 


44 


9 


40 


32 


50 


2 


60 


10 


00 


5 


00 


28 


50 



Rural School Libraries ($8,059.93). 



Treasurer County of, 
for Public Schools: 

Brant 

Bruce 

Carleton 

Dufferin 

Elgin 

Essex , 

Frontenac 



138 13 
435 68 

139 03 
75 17 

331 38 

193 83 

98 35 



Grey 

Haldimand 
Haliburton 
Halton . . . 
Hastings . 
Huron . . . 

Kent 

Lambton . 
Lanark . . . 



10 75 



383 64 
176 24 

17 75 

50 00 
332 22 

55 19 
236 62 
205 59 

86 28 



132 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Rural School Libraries.— Continued. 



Leeds and Grenville 293 53 

Lennox and Addington 25 20 

Lincoln 116 24 

Middlesex 264 29 

Norfolk 126 82 

Northumberland and Durham 312 29 

Ontario 243 84 

Oxford 153 83 

Peel 87 60 

Perth 95 33 

Peterborough 206 19 

Prescott and Russell 42 00 

Prince Edward 6 20 

Renfrew 241 43 

Simcoe 266 77 

Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 
garry 536 28 

Victoria 161 40 

Waterloo 125 75 

Welland 188 84 

Wellington 238 19 

Wentworth 377 77 

York 162 65 

Trustees Public School, District 
of Algoma: — 

2 Aberdeen 9 23 

1 Day, etc. 10 00 

1 Korah 6 69 

1 Lefroy 6 37 

1 McDonald 7 50 

4 do 7 49 

3 Parkinson 6 20 

1 Plummer 6 20 

1 St. Joseph 10 00 

1 Thompson 6 20 

2 Thessalon 9 30 

3 Wells 10 00 

Trustees Public School, District 
of Manitoulin: — 

1 Barrie Island 10 00 

3 Salter and May and No. 116 10 00 

1 Victoria 9 64 

Trustees Public School, District 
of Muskoka: — 

9 Chaffey 6 20 

3 Draper 6 23 

4 do 6 20 

2 Macaulay 6 47 

2 Medora 8 46 

4 do 7 90 

5 do 9 59 

"9 do 7 68 

5 Ryde 6 20 

1 Watt 6 51 

Trustees Public School, District 
of Parry Sound: — 

5 Christie 6 20 

2 Gurd 6 29 

4 Hagerman 6 20 

3 Himsworth N 8 80 

4 do do 7 46 



5 Himsworth S 6 85 

5 McMurricih 6 20 

1 Nipissing 6 66 

1 Patterson 6 82 

3 Perry 6 20 

5 do 9 30 

8 do 10 00 

1 Strong 7 44 

Trustees Public School, District 
of Thunder Bay:' — 

2 Oliver 6 20 

2 O'Connor 10 00 

1 Schreiber 7 44 

Trustees Public School, District 
of Nipissing: — 

1 Armstrong 10 00 

2 Bonneld 7 89 

2 Bucke 10 00 

1 Calvin 9 30 

2 do 7 93 

1 Chisholm 10 00 

4 Dymond 6 93 

1 Harris 10 00 

1 Kerns 9 30 

2 Lyell and Murchison 8 28 

1 Taylor 7 53 

2 B Widdifield 10 00 

5 do 10 00 

6 do 10 00 

7 do '. 10 00 

1 White River 9 30 

Trustees Public School, District 
of Rainy River: — 

4 Blue 10 00 

2 Burriss 10 00 

3 Mather 7 56 

Trustees Public School, District 
of Sudbury: — 

3 Balfour 10 00 

1 Chapleau 10 00 

Treasurer County of, 

for Separate Schools: — 

Bruce 40 00 

Carleton 10 00 

Essex 80 00 

Frontenac 20 00 

Grey 10 00 

Hastings 30 00 

Northumberland and Durham 20 00 

Peel 10 00 

Simcoe 10 00 

Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 
garry 10 00 

Waterloo 10 00 

Wellington 10 00 

Contingencies : — 

King's Printer, distribution, 

stationery 14 05 

McMaster, M., postage stamps 50 00 



191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



133 



EDUCATION.— Continued, 



Canadian Art Club, grant 

Central Ontario School of Art 
and Industrial Design, grant. 



Art Schools and Art Museums ($1,424.00). 

500 00 
400 00 



Ontario Society of Artists, grant 
Sundry persons, cleaning 



500 00 
24 00 



Ontario Society of Artists ($800.00). 

Ontario Society of Artists, purchase of pictures 



800 00 



Literary and Scientific Societies ($3,600.00). 



Grants: — 

Canadian Institute 1,500 00 

Hamilton Scientific Association 400 00 

Institute Canadien 300 00 

Ontario Library Association. 200 00 



Ottawa Field Naturalists' So- 
ciety 200 00 

Royal Astronomical Society. . 600 00 

Society of Chemical Industry 200 00 
St. Patrick Literary and 

Scientific Society 200 00 



Historical Societies ($2,700.00). 



Grants: — 

Brantford 100 00 

Elgin : 100 00 

Essex 100 00 

Huron Institute 100 00 

Lennox and Addington iuO 00 

Lundy's Lane 200 00 

Middlesex and London 100 00 



Niagara 

Ontario 

Ottawa Women's . . . 

Simcoe 

Thunder Bay 

Wentworth 

Women's Canadian . . 
Women's Wentworth 



200 00 
800 00 
200 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
300 00 



Technical Education ($35,533.05). 



Grants: — 
Belleville Public School Board 
Berlin Collegiate Inst. Board. 
Brantford do Board. 
Brantford Pub. School Board 
Brockville do Board 
Collingwood Board of Educa- 
tion 

Cornwall Public School Board 
Gait Collegiate Inst. Board.. 
Guelph Board of Education . . 
Guelph Consolidated School 

Board 

Hamilton Board of Educa- 
tion 

Ingersoll Board of Education 
Jordan Station Trustees Rit- 
tenhouse Public School.... 
Kingston Board of Education 
London Collegiate Inst. Board 
London Board of Education. . 
Niagara Falls South, High 

School Board 

Ottawa Public School Board. 
Owen Sound Collegiate Insti- 
tute Board 



80 


00 


1,300 


00 


1,120 


00 


688 


00 


697 


50 


510 


00 


84 


00 


1,140 


00 


1,015 


00 


280 


00 


7,380 


00 


275 


00 


144 


00 


705 


00 


430 


00 


1,827 


00 


200 


00 


2,168 


00 



960 00 



Peterborough Board of Educa- 
tion 922 40 

Port Arthur High School 

Board 730 00 

St. Thomas Board of Educa- 
tion 390 00 

Sault Ste. Marie High School 

Board 1,865 00 

Stratford, Collegiate Insti- 
tute Board 980 00 

Stratford Board of Education 250 00 
Thorold High School Board.. 200 00 
Toronto Board of Education. . 6,340 00 
Woodstock Board of Educa- 
tion 1,440 00 

Contingencies : — 

Dom. Express Co., charges... 40 

King's Printer, distribution, 

stationery 3 24 

McMaster, M. H., postage 

stamps 50 00 

Merchant, F. W., accountable. 1,000 00 
Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

printing 358 51 



Day Industrial Classes ($3,400.00). 

Treasurer: 

Brantford Collegiate Institute Board, grant 650 0O 

London Board of Education, grant 2,7'50 00> 



134 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



Xo. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

Sudbury High School, Mining Education ($5,000.00). 

Treasurer : High School Board, grant , 5,000 00 

Mining Department, Haileybury High School ($5,000.00). 

Treasurer, High School Board, grant '. . 5,000 00 



Agriculture training in High Schools ($36,400.00). 



The Treasurer Collegiate Insti- 
tute Board: — 

Collingwood 

Fort William 

Gait 

Lindsay 

Morrisburg 

Napanee 

Perth 

Picton 

Whitby 



The Treasurer High School 
Board: — 

Athens 

Dutton 

Essex 

New Liskeard 



1,200 00 
2,200 00 
1,500 00 
1,400 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,400 00 
1,500 00 



1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,700 00 



Newmarket 1,200 00 

Norwood 1,200 00 

Orangeville 1,200 00 

Paris 1,200 00 

Petrolia 1,200 00 

Port Hope 1,300 00 

Sault Ste. Marie 2,200 00 

Simcoe 1,200 00 

Stirling 1,300 00 

Sydenham 1,200 00 

Walkerton 1,200 00 

Welland 1,200 00 

The Treasurer Continuation 
School: — 

Carp 1,300 00 

Markdale 1.400 00 



Special Industrial and Agricultural Education ($4,960.40). 

S. B. McCready: Twelve months' salary as Director of Elementary Education 2,600 00 

Florence Hattin : Four do Stenographer 200 00 

R. Hewer: One do do 50 00 



Can. Express Co., charges 6 55 

Cory, Andrew, services at 4.00 

per diem -. 17 00 

Dawson, Wm. & Sons, periodicals 9 65 
G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams... 99 
Guelph Herald, printing circu- 
lars 41 50 

Hutt, G. R., services at .50 per 

diem 2 78 

Hutton, Viola, services at 1.00 

per diem 20 00 

King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery 722 57 

Lovell, R. J., & Co., stationery. . 13 70 

McCready, S. B., trav. expenses. 208 54 



McKay, M. A., services at .50 

per diem 3 68 

Mack, C. W., cards and labels 10 65 
Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

printing 719 13 

Mills, M., postage stamps .... 50 00 

Potter, Chas., lantern slides... 10 16 

Reid, Wm., cartage 1 50 

Steele, Jas., minature wire 

fences 10 00 

Stratford Collegiate Institute 

Board, grant 150 00 

United Typewriter Co., supplies 12 00 
Varley, Elsie, services at 35.00 

per month .' .. . 100 00 



Expenses of Teachers in training at Guelph ($2,921.60). 

Ferguson, R. H., services at Moffit, R. W., services at 25.00 

25.00 per week as director.. 250 00 per week as instructor of Art 250 00 

Long, M., services at 25.00 per Sundry Persons, board and trav. 

week as instructor of Art... 250 00 expenses of teachers 2,171 60 



Evening Industrial Classes ($5,938.40). 

F. W. Merchant: Twelve months' salary as Director of Technical Education 3,500 

do Travelling expenses 150 

107 

12 

928 

40 



King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
printing, etc 

Mills, M., postage stamps 

Grants: — 

Treasurer Board of Education, 



43 27 

492 00 
50 00 



Collingwood 

Guelph 

London 

Owen Sound 

Treasurer Collegiate Institute:- 

Stratford 

Gait 



401 
213 



00 
00 

35 

00 
04 
00 

76 
98 



1911-12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



135 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Superannuated Teachers ($52,702.90 



Acres, J. W 

Adair, C. F 

Adams, Adam . . 
Allan, David L. 
Alexander, Robt. 
Amos, Wm. Thos. 



276 00 

158 00 

80 00 

153 00 

335 50 

199 00 

Amos, James 271 00 

Anderson, Edward 234 00 

Anderson, John 151 50 

Anderson, Wm 206 00 

Armstrong, Jos. E 133 25 

Armstrong, J. W 171 00 

Asselstine, N. A 192 00 

Aylesworth, Lucinda 179 00 

Baird, George 346 00 

Banks, M 172 00 

Barker, Albert 192 00 

Barnes, Chas. A 283 00 

Beaton, Kenneth G 299 50 

Beatty, W. H 98 00 

Bell, Wm 251 50 

Bell, David 122 00 

Bell, L. C 215 50 

Bigelow, George 184 00 

Biggar, Mrs. P. W 86 00 

Birch, James 261 50 

Blackmann, Theo 232 00 

Blackwood, Robert 132 50 

Boal, Wm 62 50 

Bodaly, Jno 83 00 

Bowerman, Jas 181 50 

Bradley, Wm. E 101 00 

Brennan, Jno 65 50 

Bridge, Amos 200 50 

Bright, Robert W 281 50 

Brown, Clara L 86 00 

Brown, Jas. C 209 50 

Bruckner, J. 176 00 

Buchard, Isaac J 146 75 

Bulmer, H. S 173 50 

Burrows, Frederick 318 00 

Campbell, Alex 283 00 

Campbell, Cassius 265 50 

Campbell, Jno. C 203 50 

Campbell, Wm 125 50 

Caprey, Marguerite 147 00 

Carley, Abram 185 00 

Carnochan, Janet 269 00 

Carpenter, Gideon 56 00 

Carroll, Wm 255 00 

Caswell, Thos. B 255 00 

Caverhill, Albert E 240 00 

Chislett, T 136 50 

Clapp, David P 237 50 

Clendenning, Wm. S 301 50 

Cochrane, Jno. G 241 00 

Collin, Jno 86 25 

Conner, Jas. W 276 00 

Cook, S. G 24€T 50 

Cork, Geo 310 00 

Courtney, Mrs. P. S 98 00 

Coyne, Maria H 279 50 

Crane, Geo 209 50 

Crawford, Peter 205 50 



Crisp, Robert 

Cull, F. A.* 

Cundall, John 

Currie, Malcolm 

Dalglish, John 

Davidson, Wm 

Davis, Flavelle 

Davis, James A 

De Cou, Rebecca 

Derby, Samuel 

Dickson, John E 

Dimsdale, Alfred W. . . 

Duncan, James 

Eckardt, T 

Eckert, Wm. D 

Eden, Wm 

Elliott, Jno. C 

Elmslie, Wm 

Fallon, James J 

Ferguson, J. B 

Ferguson, Roderick . . . 
Fetterley, Mrs. Julia A. 
Flynn, Mrs. Susan . . . 

Fraser, Alex 

Froats, Luther S 

Fulton, Jas 

Gamble, Mrs. Annie . . . 

Garrett, G 

Gibson, Jas 

Gilbert, A. B 

Goodbody, Wm 

Gordon, Nathaniel 

Gould, A. A 

Graham, T. C 

Graham, Harriett 

Grandy, Robert 

Gray, Wm 

Grenier, Isaac 

Haight, Mrs. M. J 

Hamilton, R. E 

Hamilton, George 

Hamilton, Robert 

Hamilton, Susan M. . . . 

Hammond, Thos 

Hanna, Jno 

Hanson, Mary E. F. 
Henderson, Anson G. . . 

Henstridge, J. W 

Hewson, E. T 

Hewson, Alfred J. 
Hickie, Miss Alicia . . . 

Hickson, Wm 

Hindson, Wm 

Hobbs, John H 

Hobbs, Wm. B 

Hogarth, Thos 

Houston, John 

Hubbard, Duncan M. . 

Hunt, Mrs. F. S 

Husband, Henry 

Ireland, Mrs. Irene . . . 
Johnson, Mrs. Rebecca 

Johnson, G. W 

Johnson, Alex 

Johnston, Wm. D 



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200 00 
200 00 
120 0( 

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234 00 
246 00 
162 00 
327 00 

128 00 
177 50 
113 00 
295 00 
194 50 
375 50 
109 0(1 
293 01 
109 01 

68 0C 

38 00 

176 00 

80 00 

266 00 

153 50 

214 00 
185 00 

98 00 

215 50 
87 00 

151 50 
182 00 
359 00 
206 00 
65 00 
155 00 
115 00 

212 00 
176 00 
131 00 

78 00 
231 50 
172 00 
262 00 

129 00 
179 00 
227 00 
139 50 
229 00 
142 00 
160 50 
223 50 
169 00 
220 50 
119 00 

45 00 
251 50 
150 00 
155 50 
168 00 
293 50 

50 00 

86 00 

213 00 

87 00 
157 00 



136 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 






EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Superannuated Teachers. — Continued. 



Judge, Wm. J. . . . 
Kearney, James . 
Keenan, David D. 
Keirnan, Wm. M. 



227 00 

56 00 

185 00 

122 50 



Kelly, James 167 50 

Kennedy, Elizabeth E 241 00 

Kessack, Jane 192 00 

Kidd, W. R 199 00 

Kidd, Wm. G 363 00 

Kilman, Alva H 149 50 

Kilpatrick, Samuel J 114 00 

Knowles, Richard H 203 00 

Kyle, Jos 147 50 

Langdon, John 217 00 

Latter, Joseph 234 00 



H. 



Lee, Alfred 

Lee, Fred 

Leighton, S. H. 
Leitch, A. L. . 
Leitch, Wm. . . 
Lennox, Robert 



R. 



116 00 
92 00 
142 00 
130 00 
164 00 
230 50 



Le Riche, Philip F 128 00 



Levergood, Mrs. H. M 

Linton, Chas. B 

Lockhart, Matthew 

Lusk, Chas. H 

McBain, J. W 

McBride, Geo. D 

McBride, Dugald 

McBrien, A. B 

McColl, Duncan 

McCrae, Wm. H 

McCreary, James 

McDonald, Donald 

McDonald, Mrs. R. R 

McEachern, Wm. C 229 00 



122 00 
132 50 
109 00 
272 50 
116 00 

95 00 
361 50 

78 50 
129 50 

80 00 
202 50 
178 00 
119 00 



McEwen, Robert 

McFaul, L. L 

McGeehan, Miss Ella 

McGinnis, David R 

McGrath, John 

McGregor, Alex 

McGregor, Robert C 

Mclntyre, Archibald L. . . . 

Mcintosh, Angus 

McKee, George 

McKeown, Wm 

McKinnell, George 

McKinnon, A. J 

McLean, James 

McLean, John (Gait) . . . 
McLean, John (Hamilton) 

McLeay, Donald 

McMahon, Mary A 

McMillan, Robert , 

McNamara, John 

McNaughton, Alex , 

McPhee, Hugh 

McPherson, Crawford . . . 

McQueen, Robert 

McTavish, Malcolm 

MacAuley, Donald 

Mackie, Mrs. Vina L. 

Martin, Samuel 

Mathews, John 



206 00 

209 50 

140 00 

140 00 

150 50 

167 00 

127 50 

127 50 

145 25 

108 50 

260 00 

176 00 

131 00 

89 50 

208 50 

66 00 

169 00 

95 00 

77 00 

98 00 

398 50 

202 00 

266 50 

220 00 

260 00 

173 00 

74 00 

188 50 

100 00 



Mathewson, Wm 146 

Maynard, Roger 262 

Metzdorf, Chas. H 104 

Middleton, George 152 

Mills, David 216 

Minchin, Wm. H 219 

Morgan, James W 234 

Morton, Adam 234 

Morton, John B 227 

Moyer, F. H 218 

Nesbitt, N. K 200 

Nicholas, John 170 

Nolan, Arthur C 164 

O'Brien, W. J 173 

O'Connor, Daniel 98 

Osborne, A. C 193 

Page, T. 218 

Palmer, Levi C 124 

Patterson, Alex 167 

Payne, G. F. B 170 

Pegg, James P 76 

Pegg, Wm. W 218 

Perrett, Henry W 98 

Peters, George '. . 129 

Plunkett, Wm 203 

Prouty, Chester 164 

Rabb, John 215 

Read, H. H 200 

Reavley, Albert W. 87 

Redmond, J. K 140 

Regan, Mrs. James 95 

Reid, John C 156 

Reid, Wm. K 244 

Reynolds, Rose B 197 

Richardson, Mrs. M. Y 183 

Robertson, C. M 166 

Robertson, Dorcas D 174 

Robertson, Gavin E 97 

Rose, John G 136 

Ross, Miles G 249 

Rothwell, A. T 125 

Roth well, Ben j. (Listowel) 287 

Rothwell, Benj. (Chatham) 240 

Sanderson, Robert 213 



Shanks, Robert P. 
Sharman, George 



206 

232 

Shaw, John 275 

Shaw, Pringle 194 

Shirreff, Benj 193 

Shoemaker, Elizabeth 155 

Simpson, Eliza M 149 

Sinclair, A 187 

Sinclair, Wm 218 

Sini, George W 155 

Slaven, Annie 152 

Smith, David 167 

Smith, James 213 



Smith, A. B. 

Spillett, Stanley 

Stewart, Alex 

Sullivan, Daniel 

Sutherland, Philip McK. 

Telfer, John 

Tilley, John J 

Todd, Alex 



278 
172 

74 
131 
107 

61 
353 
150 



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191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



137 



Tomilson, Jordan 

Treadgold Carey 

Trovell, Wm 

Tutt, Hanna E 

Unsworth, Richard . . 
Vanderburgh, Harvey 
Vanderwater, Samuel 
Walsh, Jennie P. ... 
Warburton, Lucinda . 

Ward, Edward 

Ward, Henry 

Wark, Alex 

Washburn, Saxon 

Waterson, John A. . . . 

Watson, Thos 

Watts, Mrs. Mary . . . 
Weatherston, Mary . . 

Weighill, John 

Wells, Elizabeth C. . . 
White, James 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Superannuated Teachers. — Continued. 



212 


00 


98 


00 


139 


50 


251 


50 


173 


00 


157 


50 


112 


50 


279 


50 


245 


50 


279 


50 


220 


00 


323 


00 


107 


00 


160 


50 


194 


00 


128 


00 


157 


00 


185 


00 


262 


00 


288 


50 



Wightman, George E. 

Wilkins, Elizabeth A. 

Williams, David L 

Williams, Eliza A 

Wilson, Abraham 

Wilson, Thos. C 

Windsor, John A 

Winterbottom, Miss A. C. 

Wright, M. N 

Wright, A. W 

Young, Lovin G. -, , 



Contingencies : — 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery 

McKenzie, M. A., actuarial 
services re Teachers' Pen- 
sion Scheme 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
printing 



Purchase of Historical Papers for Educational Department ($120.00). 

Toronto University, copies of Historical Review 



244 50 
239 00 
188 50 
290 00 

92 00 
157 00 
205 00 
209 00 
175 00 
155 50 

74 00 



4 09 

500 00 
32 56 

120 00 



School of Mining Kingston ($42,000.00). 

Treasurer, School of Mining, maintenance grant, 34,500.00; equipment, 7,500.00. 42,000 00 

Proportion of cost of Minister's Report ($1,146.77). 

King's Printer distribution of 



paper 



243 42 



Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
printing, etc 903 35 



High and Public School Registers ($739.65). 



McMaster, M., postage stamps. 50 00 



Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
printing 



Purchase of Text-Books ($1.10). 
Treasurer, County of Middlesex 



689 65 



1 10 



Printing Documentary History o? Eli^itioi ($5,694.78). 
Methodist Book & Pub. House, printing, etc 5,694 78 



Printing and supplying School Acts to Trustees ($427.24). 

House, 



King's Printer, distribution of 
paper 40 76 

McMaster, M., postage stamps.. 300 00 



Methodist Book & Pub. 
printing 



Baird, J., & Sons, cartage 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
strument 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Fenwick, W. H., cartage 

Ferguson, R. H., services, 
107.15; trav. expenses, 49.96.. 

Knox, Mrs. E., arranging sewing 

Newell, Robert, cab hire 



Exhibit at Canadian National Exhibition ($1,088.28) . 
2 00 



15 


00 


5 


00 


19 


14 


47 


10 


157 


11 


1 


00 


49 


00 



Rankin & Co., excelsior 

Royal Insurance Co., insurance 
on exhibit 

Simpson, Robt. Co., Ltd., lad- 
ders, cloth, sheeting and wire- 
ing show cases 

Sundry Persons, carpenter work, 
material, etc 

Toronto Railway Co., car tickets 



86 48 



3 50 
30 00 



68 26 

681 17 

10 00 



138 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Institution for [the Deaf and Dumb, Belleville. 

Salaries ($31,509.72). 

C. B. Coughlin, M.D.: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent . 2,400 00 

W. W. Boyee, M.D.: do Physician 750 00 

W. Cochrane : Two do Bursar 167 00 

J. W. Pearce: Ten do do 833 00 

E. A. Willoughby: Twelve do Matron and Housekeeper .... 550 00 

G.Watson: One do Teacher 60 00 

N.Brown: do do 49 50 

D.R.Coleman: Twelve do do 1,200 00 

J. C. Baylis : do do 1,000 00 

G. F. Stewart: do do 1,150 00 

W. J. Campbell: do do 1,150 00 

H. L. Ingram: do do 1,050 00 

Sarah Templeton: do do 700 00 

P. Cross : do do 650 00 

I. Palen: do do 550 00 

Mary Bull : do do 350 00 

Sylvia C. Bayliss: do dio 650 00 

Georgina Linn: do do 500 00 

Ada James: do do 350 00 

P. Campbell : do do 550 00 

C. Ford : do do 500 00 

A.M.Burke: Eleven do do 48100 

K. Vaughan : Ten do do 458 00 

L. Hunter: Two do do 63 00 

M. Evoy: Twelve do do 550 00 

L. Deannard : do do 500 00 

Thos. A. Pratt: do do 846 20 

G.T.Harris: Eight do do 600 00 

L. Hendershott: One and a half do do 150 00 

B. A. Mcintosh: Ten do clerk an d stenographer 435 00 

Wm. Nurse: Twelve do Storekeeper and Asst. Super- 

) visor 700 00 

W. S.Minns: do Supervisor of boys 600 00 

M. Kitts: do Supervisor of girls 399 00 

A. B. Morrison: do Trained Nurse 400 00 

John Dowrie: do Carpenter 600 00 

Wm. Langmuir: Ten do Asst. Carpenter 208 00 

J. T. Burns: Four do Printer 183 00 

Chas. R. Ford: Eight do do '. . 366 00 

A. Morrice: Twelve do Shoemiaker 550 00 

C. J. Peppin: tf.i Engineer 750 00 

J. N. Boyd : do Baker - 650 00 

R. J. R. Shortill: do Farmer and Agricultural 

teaciher 1,167 00 

E. Doran : Twelve do Fireman and Watchman 384 00 

W. Williams: Two do do do 64 00 

Chas. Foot: Three do do do 102 00 

Samuel Colden: One do do do 32 00 

S.J. Griffin: Threp and one half do do do 11150 

H. J. Stratton: Two do do do 64 00 

E.S.Smith: Eight do Sewage Work 227 00 

Jas. McComb: Four do do do 120 00 

John Ecclestone: One do do do 30 00 

W. Adams: Eleven do Teamster 388 50 

C. Adams: Eight do Messenger , 284 00 

Arthur Clark: Two do do 60 00 

Chas. Ford: Four do Printers' Assistant 40 00 

K.B.Scott: Twelve do Seamstress 300 00 

M. Reid: Ten and one half do Cook 210 00 

Nurses: 210 00 

Assistant Cooks: 192 50 

Laundresses: 523 65 

Maids: ' 1,912 80 

Temporary Assistance: 438 07 



1911 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



139 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Belleville. — Continued. 



Ackerill, D. H., veterinary ser- 
vices 

Adams, Mrs. W., apples, 13 bbls. 
at 2.50; pears, 2 bus. at 1.50. 

Allen, N., coal, 9y 2 tons at 6.30, 
10 tons at 5.60, 94 tons at 6.35, 
62 tons at 5.60, 945 tons 1,950 
lbs. at 6.12, 3 tons at 6.50 

Armstrong & Matteson, blue 
prints 

Asselstine, A., livery hire .... 

Atkinson Machine Co., potato 
peeler 

Babcock, David, services clean- 
ing chimneys 

Badgley, W. H., cartage 

Ballantyne & Moffatt, brushes, 
14 at .50, 6 at 1.50, 3 at 1.25, 
sundries, 1.73 

Bancroft Times, advertising . . . 

Bank of Commerce, cheque 
books 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
46.65; rent of instruments, 
110.11 

Belleville Cemetery Co., inter- 
ment 

Belleville Fire Brigade, ser- 
vices at fire 

Belleville Gas Dept., gas 

Belleville Water Works, water 
rates 

Bishop, Chas. E., seeds 

Blanchard, J. A., temporary as- 
sistance, 2y 2 days at 1.50 per 
diem 

Boyle, George, potatoes, 3 bags 
at 1.25, 5 bags at 2.00; 
cheese, 90 lbs. at 15c, 90 lbs. 
at 17c, 37y 2 lbs. at 16c; 
apples, 3% doz. at 45c; 
raisins, 132 lbs. at 9c; fish, 24 
lbs. at 8c; tea, 75 lbs. at 23c, 
25 lbs, at 26c; rhubarb, 200 
bunches at 4c ; cocoanut, 5 lbs. 
at 25c; cream of wheat, 2 doz. 
at 2.30; lettuce, 8 doz. at 50c; 
berries, 398 boxes at 9c, 112 
boxes at lie, 148 boxes at 
12c; raspberries, 76 boxes at 
15c, 12 boxes at 17c, 504 
boxes at 10c; canned fruit, 10 
doz. at 1.00; baking powder, 
150 lbs. at 35c; oranges, 5 
doz. at 40c; cornmeal, 1 bag 
at 2.50; biscuits, 33% lbs. at 
9c, 45 lbs. at 8y 2 c; chocolate, 
3 lbs. at 40c; shredded 
wheat, 3 doz. at 1.40; bananas, 
2 bunches at 2.07%; goose- 
berries, 117 qts. at 10c; 
cherries, 25 bas. at 1.00; cur- 



Expenses ($29,218.67). • 

rants, 75 qts. at 10c, 50 qts. at 

50 50 15c; sundries, 18.97 389 32 

Brigden's, Ltd., engraving 34 35 

35 50 Bursar, to pay sundries, 7.55; 

railway fares for indigent 

pupils, 117.95 125 50 

Callaghan, J., ice 13 90 

6,812 83 Canada Customs, duty charges. 2 78 
Can. Express Co., charges.... 24 18 
2 30 Canadian Fairbanks Co., elec- 
23 00 trical supplies, 42.50; gaso- 
line engine, 450.00 492 50 

75 00 Canadian Farm, subscription, 2 

years 2 00 

12 00 Canadian Laundryman, sub- 

9 25 scription 1 00 

Canadian Northern Ry. Co., 

freight charges 5 34 

20 48 Canadian Pacific Ry. Telegraph, 

2 00 messages 25 

Canniff, P. F., typewriter sup- 

17 50 plies 3 75 

Canning & Zufelt, blacksmith- 

ing 44 95 

156 76 Carter, W. J., electrical sup- 

plies, 202.47; iron hardware, 

1 50 etc., 2.72 205 19 

_ n Central Prison Industries, 

ib Y brooms, 9 doz. at 4.00, 3 doz. 

14U iy at 4.50; sundries, 2.30 51 80 

onn nn Chemical Laboratories, Ltd., 

yu l/ "" chemicals 53 59 

1 ** Chisholm, C. F., honey, 800 lbs. 

at lie 88 00 

„ _ Chisholm, F., temporary assist- 
6 ' 5 ance, 3 days at 1.25 per diem 3 75 
Clapp, H. S., veterinary services 5 50 
Clarke, Chas. F., drugs, chemi- 
cals, etc 127 46 

Clarke, H. J., services as liter- 
ary examiner 7 5 00 

Clarke, Wm. (contract), meat, 
29,004 lbs. at ll%c; ham, 107 

lbs. at 17c; sundries, 85c 3,426 95 

Cochrane, W., trav. expenses . . 10 90 

Collip, J. D., holly, 1 case 2 00 

Connell, Dr. W. I., professional 

services 5 00 

Cook, D. C. Pub. Co., subscrip- 
tion to sundry magazines.... 44 12 
Cooke, Frank W., life preservers, 

10 at 80c 8 00 

Cooper, R. B., flour, 25 bags at 
2.60, 16 bags at 2.70; oats. 150 
bus. at 50c, 100 bus. at 57c; 
barley, 5 bus. at 90c; cracked 
oats, 1.000 lbs. at 1.65; bran, 
1.000 lbs. at 1.40; wheat, 10 
bus. at 1.20; cracked wheat, 

120 lbs. at 2.75 290 60 

Coughlin, C. B., trav. expenses 164 58 



140 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Belleville.— Continued. 



Expenses. — Continued. 



Coughlin, T., services bricklay- 
ing, 13 hrs. at 45c per hour. . 

Cummings, Jas., repairs to har- 
ness 

Dickens, Ed. F. & Son, ice cream, 
47 qts. at .35 

Dom. Express Co., express 
charges 

Dowrie, John, trav. expenses... 

Doyle, J. V., drugs, chemicals, 
etc. 

Duckworth, Jas., repairs to 
vehicles 

Eggleton, N., potatoes, 25 2-9 
bags at 1.30 

Elvins, Frank, citrons, 3 doz. at 
1.50; turnips, 25 bus. at .50.. 

Evans, E. G., fish, 161^ lbs., at 
.15 

Fairfield, H. E., straw, 705 lbs. 
at .50; fish, % bbl., 5.00; 
seeds, 4.50; bran, 100 lbs. at 
1.25; learning, 5 bus. at 1.50; 
salt, 2 sacks at .75 

Farm Exchange acct. milk, 
43,618 qts. at .3 

Fleischmann Co., yeast, 168 lbs. 
at .30 

Flindall, E., apples, 6 bbls. at 
3.00 

Ford, Catherine, trav. expenses 

Ford, Chas. R., photographs 

Forward, H. F., tobacco stems, 
193 lbs. at .2 

Foster, C. B., litter carrier 

Fowell, N., book 

Geen, Albert L., subscription to 
sundry magazines, 39.90; sta- 
tionery, etc., 23.85 

Gibson, Dr. W. J., professional 
services 

Gill & Fortune, lumber 

Globe Printing Co., advertising. 

Goodsell, J. A. & Co., cartage on 
piano 

Gorman's Shoe House, laces, 2 

gro. at .75 

Gondy, B., books 

Graham Co., Ltd., potatoes, 100 
bags at 1.35; 115 bags 18 lbs., 
at 1.85; evaporated apples, 50 
lbs. at .10; maple syrup, 42 

gals, at 1.25 

Graham, R. J., apples, 5 bbls. 

at 3.25 

Grand Trunk Ry. Co., freight 

charges 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., messages 

Green, Chas, meat, 3,038 lbs at 
.12 y 2 ; 173y 2 lbs. at .14; 720 
lbs. at 13; sausage, 25 lbs. at 
.12%'; tongues, 3 at .50 



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1,308 54 

50 40 

18 00 
32 95 
13 41 

3 86 

16 00 

1 55 

63 75 



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16 25 

18 31 

15 46 



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Green & Co., pork 

Greenleaf & Son, paint, oils, etc 

Gunn, Donald, hay, 13 tons, 290 
lbs. at 15.00 

Harker, J. B., pepper, 5 lbs. at 
.23; oranges, 30^ doz. at .40; 
cheese, 83 lbs. at .16; 84 lbs. at 
.15, 164 lbs. at .17; cornmeal, 
1 bag at 2.75; fish, 150% lbs. 
at .9, 100 lbs. at .8y 2 , 100 lbs. 
at .4%; oysters, 6 qts. at .60; 
fruit peel, 11 y 2 lbs. at .25; 
shelled almonds, 5 lbs. at .45; 
canned vegetables, 2 doz. at 
1.25, 2 doz. at 1.10; sundries, 
24.60 

Hartz, J. F., Co., Ltd., medical 
supplies 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., 
school supplies 

Hogan, John, temporary assist- 
ance, 2 days at 2.00 per diem 

Holton Lumber Co., Ltd., lum- 
ber 

Hotel Quinte, expenses re auto- 
mobile drive for patients 

Howson, G. H., inspection of 
scales 

Hunt Bros., (contract) flour, 
146y 2 bbls. at 4.60 

Hyman, S. A. & Co., repairs to 
robes 

Ingram, H. L., trav. expenses.. 

Intelligencer, The, advertising, 
13.50; printing, 12.25 

International Ry. Pub. Co., sub- 
scription to Ry. Guide 

Jackson, Jas., blacksmithing. . . . 

Johnston, Wm., inspection of 
scales 

Kaitting & Thompson, ice 

Kelly, W. F., paint, oils, etc 

Ketcheson & Earle, madras, 15 
yds. at .90; mitts, 8 pr. at .30 

King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery 

Kingston Standard, advertising 

Lambert, W. L., livery hire 

Lattimer, W. H., drugs, chem- 
icals, etc 

Leach, Chas., potatoes, 102 bags 
8 lbs. at 1.30 

L'Institution des Sowds-Muets, 
books 

Lewis, John, & Co., peerless cook- 
ers, 2 at 6.00; smoke stack, 1 
at 5.25; valves, 1 at 1.80; 
heater, 1 at 6.00; iron pans,, 
1 at 1.75; hose bibbs, 2 at 1.25; 
washers, 200 at 1.50; making 
gasoline tank, 62.43; oil stove, 
1 at 7.80; ice box, 1 at 2.00; 



33 45 
9 60 

197 17 



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71 


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60 


63 


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6 


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678 


50 


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10 


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75 


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15 


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90 

42 


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55 


15 


90 


119 
13 
21 


59 
75 
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72 


133 


75 


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1911 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



141 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Belleville. — Continued. 



sundries, 10.70; trays, 6 at .5u; 
12 at .40; repairs to range, 
37.04; milk pans, 1 doz. at 
4.85; 1 doz. at 3.25; dust pans, 
12 at .50; repairing radiators, 
6.75; cherry seeders, 2 at 1.50; 
robe hooks, 6 at .25 

Lewis, Rice & Son, Ltd., gong, 1 
at 5.00; fern pot, 1 at 2.00; 
coal box, 1 at 12.00; sundries 
.25 

Lewis, T. G., apples, 8 bbls at 
3.00; plums, 14 bas. at .60, 16 
bas. at .50; services of man 
and team 12 days at 4.00 per 
diem 

Louden, J. W., Estate of, sta- 
tionery 

Madoc Review, advertising .... 

Malyea, Jas., repairs^ to flag 
pole, 3.00; making curtains, 
8 at 1.00 

Manual Arts Press, books 

Martin, Geo., cartage 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
printing 

Meyer Bros., cotton duck, 6 1-3 
yds., at .88; repairs to laundry, 
105.44; Motor Washer, 1 at 
15.00; laundry nets, 2 doz. at 
10.00; laundry stove, 1 at 
40.00; truck tub, 1 at 15.00; 
blanket, 35 lbs. at .65 

Montreal Star Pub. Co., Ltd., 
subscription to Montreal Star 

Morton & Heritz, advertising . . 

Mowat Hardware Co., Ltd., paint 
oils, etc 

McArthur, J. D. & Co., leather 
belting 

McClelland & Goodchild, books 

McCullough, W. J., tuning piano 

McCoy, R., livery hire 

Mclnnes, J., use of scraper 8 
days, at .50 per diem 

McKeown, J. S., drugs, chem- 
icals, etc 

McMurchy, Dr. Helen, profes- 
sional services, 25.00, trav. 
expenses, 11.70 

McQuillan, Thos., brooms, 18 
doz. at 4.50 

News Pub. Co., Ltd., subscrip- 
tion to the News, 16 copies, 
3 m'os 

North Hastings Review, adver- 
tising 

Owens, Jas., stabling privileges 

Page, Geo., Christmas trees, 20 
at .10 

Panter, J. & Son, eggs, 30 doz. at 



8 


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11 


00 


1 


90 




50 



Expenses. — Continued. 

.22, 30 doz. at .24, 30 doz. at 
.27, 97 doz. at .25, 40 doz. at .26, 
30 doz. at 29, 15 doz. at .34, 100 
doz. at .32, 75 doz. at .30 15 
doz. at .33, 81 doz. at .35, 30 
doz. at .21; onions, 5 bus. at 
185 42 1.75; chickens, 3 pr. at 75, 3 pr. 

at .65, 5 pr. at .90, 3 pr. at .80, 

1 pr. at 1.15, 300 pr. at .16, 3 
pr. at 1.00; split peas, 40 lbs. 

19 25 at .5; chocolate,/ 4 lbs. at .45; 

flour, 50 lbs. at 3.30 cwt., 50 lbs. 
at 3.40; bacon, 99 lbs. at .20, 
131 13-16 at .18, 34 5-16, at 
.19, 3% lbs. at .22, 24 6-16 lbs. 

88 40 at .21, 3 lbs. at .23; ham, 

10 14-16 lbs. at .21, 36 lbs. at 
.20, 108% lbs. at .18, 148 14-16 
lbs. at .19, 209^, at .17^; 
lard, 400 lbs. at .12, 100 lbs. at 
.13, 100 lbs. at .13y 2 , 100 lbs. 
at .14%; beans, 7 bus. at 2.75, 

2 bus. at 2.90; turkey pr. at 
4.75; salt, 1 bbl. at 1.50; sun- 
dries, 9.28; cheese, 42 lbs. at 

28 16 .18, 76 lbs. at .15; potatoes, 2 
bags at 1.75, 2 bags at 2.90, 1 
bag, at 2.00 

Patterson, A., cartage 

Peck & Wells, lumber, etc 

Perry, Geo., pullets, 16 at .50, 16 

at .60, 2 at .40; rubber stamps, 

223 76 1.50 

Perry Picture Co., pictures 

Postmaster, pastage stamps 

Payne, Dr. A. R. professional 
services 

Rapson, John, carrots, 14 bus. 
at .80 

Reid, W. C, seeds, plants, etc. . . 

Riggs, W. B., repairs to phono- 
graph 

Ritchie, The Co., Ltd., table 
cloth, 1 at 2.95, 1 at 4.50, 1 at 
3.90, 4 at 3.00; overalls, 8 suits 
at 1.50, 6 suits at 1.00; sateen, 
12 yds at 25c, 20 yds. at 20c, 
cotton, 33 yds. at 15c, 62 yds. 
at 10c, 30 yds. at 12y 2 c; 
denim, 40 yds. at 28c; yarn, 
14 lbs. at 40c; shades, 1 at 
1.30, 17 at 1.15; table napkins, 
7 doz. at 1.65, 1 doz at 4.00; 
duck, 27 yds. at 30c; linoleum, 
8 64 15V 2 yds. at 90c; towelling, 88 

yds. at 15c, 40 yds. at 10c, 12 

1 00 yds. at 45c; chintz, 13 yds. at 
15 00 60c; tubing, 65 feet at 7c; 

print, 12 yds. at 12%c; sun- 

2 00 dries, 36.69; mitts, 6 pr. at 25c, 

6 pr. at 50c; bunting, 480% 



1 


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75 


30 


31 


32 


82 


120 


10 


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24 


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4 


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88 


65 


36 


70 


81 


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552 14 

2 25 

49 58 



20 30 

12 36 

122 00 

12 50 

11 20 
8 00 

1 00 



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Xo. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Belleville.— Continued. 



Expenses. — Continued. 



yds. at 5c, 42 yds. at 6c; lawn, 
<67M> yds. at 15c, 30 yds. at 20c, 
10 yds. at 10c; cheesecloth, 288 
yds. at 5c; drill, 24 yds. at 
15c; pins, y 2 gro. at 7.20; 
serge, 5 yds. at 50c; madras, 
5 5-8 yds. at 38c; linen, 14 yds. 
at 1.50; sheeting 30 yds. at 
50c; oilcloth, 12 yds. at 35c; 
lining, 30y 2 yds. at 18c...... 334 56 

Robertson Bros. material for 

motor boat 271 60 

Roblin, J., gasoline, 25 gals, at 

25c; cleats, 2 at 80c 7 85 

Sanford, B. A. fish, 25 lbs. at 
5c; 114 14-16 lbs. at 12y 2 c, 
15 V> lbs. at 12c, 33% lbs. at 

13c, 10% lbs. at 15c 23 46 

Saylor, Geo. W., apples, 4 bbls. 

at 3.00 12 00 

Scantlebury, C. B., repairs to 

furniture 3 50 

Scantlebury, Ltd., books 3 85 

Scott, Miss K. B., trav. expenses 5 50 

Sentinel Pub. Co., advertising.. 5 50 

Sills, G. L., stationery 2 50 

Simmers, J. A., seeds, plants, 

etc 96 60 

Sinclair, D. V., cheesecloth, 50 
yds., at 5c; cambric, 59 yds. 
at 8c; tape, 12 doz. at 55c; 
flannel, 4 yds., at 50c; quilts, 
96 at 1.55; sundries, 8.37; 
hose, 4 pr. at 50c; book muslin, 
20 yds., at 15c; linen, 6 yds. 

75c 182 49 

Sloan, John, & Co., sugar, 3,100 
lbs., at 5.95, 1,500 lbs. at 5.45, 
1,500 lbs. at 5.15; almonds, 40 
lbs. at 16c; cocoa, 12 lbs. at 
4.68; rolled oats, 2 bbls. at 
5.55; gelatine, 2 doz. at 1.15; 
rice, 1 bag at 3.75; rasins, 50 
lbs. at 9c; syrup, 2,321 lbs. at 
3%c; prunes, 100 lbs. at 9y 2 c, 
50 lbs. at 10y 2 c; canned vege- 
tables, 12 doz. at 1.45, 12 doz. 
at 1.60, 18 doz. at 1.00; salt, 

1 bbl., at 3.00; canned salmon, 
20 doz. at 2.45, 8 doz. at 2.47y 2 ; 
currants, 81 lbs. at 8c; coffee, 

50 lbs. at 30c 625 85 

Smallpiece, H. E., advertising.. 11 00 
Snell, John, seeds, plants, etc.. 1 00 

Spalding, A. G., & Bros., indoor 

bats, 2 at 50c; indoor balls, 

2 at 1.00, rubber quoits, 2 sets 

at 4.00 11 00 

Sprague Mark, butter 28 lbs., at 

26c; turkey, 424 lbs. at 20c. 92 08 
Stafford Hardware Co., rent of 



vacuum cleaner, 3 days at 2.00 
per diem 

Stephenson, F. C, books 

Stratford Herald, advertising . 

Sulman, C. N., stationery, 97.65; 
butter crocks, 18 at 60c, 8 at 
1.10; toilet sets, 1 at 1.75, 1 at 
2.25; football covers, 2 at 2.00; 
combs, 8 doz. at 1.50; linen, 2 
yds. at 75c; tray cloths, 5 at 
at 50c; linen thread, 1 doz., 
1.44; toilet paper, 3 cases, at 
7.20; flags, 7y 2 doz. at 1.00; 
y 2 doz. at 1.50, 10 doz. at 50c; 
chalk, % doz. at 3.60; trays, 
11 at 40c; mirrors, 4 at 90c; 
scrub brushes, 1 doz., 1.75; 
shoe laces, 13 gro. at 1.00, 

1 gro. at 1.25; moulding, 349 
feet at 4c, sundries, 97.83; 
soap, 2,487 lbs. at 7^c, 16 
cases at 3.85, 13 cases at 4.20, 
26 cases at 4.15; clothes bas- 
kets, 9 at 90c; yarn, 33% lbs. 
at 1.60; lustre, 6 doz. balls at 
50c; beehive wool, 1 lb. at 
1.60; plates, 1 doz. at 1.25, 1 
doz. at 1.40, 1 doz. at 1.60, 1 
doz. at 1.85, 20 doz. at 65c, 
20 doz. at 85c, 13 doz. at 80c, 
7 doz. at 1.00; scallops, 3 11-12 
doz. at 2.50; flower pots, 3,000 
at 7.50, 1,000 for 10.00, 200 at 
1.50, 100 at 2.50, shoe brushes, 

2 doz. at 3.00; bowls, 4 at 45c; 
ewers, 4 at 45c; hockey 
sticks, y 2 doz. at 6.00; 
wall paper, 18 rolls at 12y 2 c., 
32 rolls at 35c, 12 rolls at 20c, 
46 rolls at 10c, 20 rolls at 
25c; services hanging paper, 
30.60; elastic, 3 doz. yds. at 
90c, 8 doz. yds. at 1.00, 6 doz. 
yds. at 45c; hair broom, 1 at 
1.75; baseballs, 3 at 1.25; base 
gloves, 3 at 1.25; ammonia, 1 
case at 2.70; nappies, 1 doz. at 
3.60; collar buttons, 1 gro. at 
1.20; pitchers, 3 doz. at 1.75, 
2 doz. at 4.75; salts and pep- 
pers, 2 doz. at 1.20; spoons, 1 
doz. at 2.50, 3 doz. at 3.75, 17 
doz. at 2.00; cream jugs, iy 2 
doz. at 1.40; churn crocks, 6 
at 1.10; lye, 1 case at 3.60; 
thread, 30 doz. at 50c; cups 
and saucers, 10 doz. at 30c, 20 
doz. at 40c, 11 10-12 doz. at 
85c, 6 doz. at 1.00, 3 doz. at 
60c; shoe polish, 3 doz. at 
1.00, 3 doz. at 95c; baskets, 6 
at 1.00; catcher's mitt, 1 at 
3.75; footballs, 1 at 2.50, 1 at 
3.50, 1 at 5.00; football rub- 



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143 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Belleville.— Continued. 



bers, 2 at 85c; glasses, 2% doz. 
at 1.40, 1 doz. at 1.75; butter 
knives, 2 doz. at 7.20; sugar 
bowls, 2 doz. at 1.20; fireworks, 
25.00; vases, 10 at 20c.; rub- 
ber rings, 7 gro. at 95c.; thim- 
bles, 24 doz. at 10c; jars, 5 
doz. at 1.00 1 

Sundry newspapers, advertising 

Toronto Neivs, advertising .... 

Toronto World, advertising .... 

Trenton Electric and Water Co. 
Ltd., electric current 

Vanderwater, W., turnips, 27 
bags at 60c 

Volta Bureau, Volta Review, sub- 
scription, 3 copies, 6.00; mem- 
bership dues, 2.00 

Walker Foundry, iron castings, 
etc 

Walker, J. W., cement, 1% bbls. 
at 2.15; whips, 2 at 1.75; grass 
catchers, 2 at 1.25; nails, 2 
kegs at 2.50; butts, 6 pr. at 
35c; binder twine, 5 balls at 
50c; whitewash brushes, 2 at 
1.00; garden syringe, 1 at 
2.50; glass, 41.90; blank keys, 
6 doz. at 32c; manure forks, 2 
at 1.10; horse blankets, 1 pr. 
at 3.50; sash cord, 10 lbs. at 
40c; pulpstone, 5 bags at 50c; 
night latch, 1 at 1.75; rubber 
coat, 1 at 5.5~0; netting, 60 
yds. at 9c; cotton calking, 17 
lbs. at 20c; rope, 45 lbs. at 
15c; knives, 9 doz. at 1.50; 
forks, 3 doz. at 2.00; iron hard- 
ware, etc., 138.83; grass shear- 
ers, 1 pr. at 1.50; leather laces, 
5 lbs. at 1.00, 3 lbs. at 90c; 
carvers, 1 pr. at 3.50, 18 pr. at 
1.50; latches, 5 at 1.25; rubber 
rugs, 2 at 2.50; casters, 25 sets 
at 40c; files, 2 doz. at 1.00; 
rakes, 3 at 70c.; bolts, 2 at 
1.00; axe, 1 at 1.00; door 
springs, 2 at 1.25; paint oils, 
etc, 18.25; rim locks, % doz. 
at 9.00; solder, 5% lbs. at 30c; 
putty, 50 lbs. at 3c; lap 
spread, 1 at 2.25; screws, 1 
gro. at 1.85; wire rope, 80 ft. 
at 8c; hose, 150 ft. at 20c; 
sprayers, 2 at 75c 

Walker, M. J., services plaster- 
ing, 16% hrs. at 45c per hour 

Wallace, Jas., & Co., peaches, 40 
bas. at 75c; bread, 42% loaves 
at 10c 

Wallbridge & Clarke, oranges, 2 
doz. at 50c, 41% doz. at 40c, 
61 doz. at 35c, 3 doz. at 45c; 
washing blue, 34 lbs. at 18c; 
bacon, 7% at 24c; biscuits, 



Expenses. — Continued. 

1,125 lbs. at 8%c; grapes, 

17 bas. at 30c, 17 bas. at 32c; 

cranberries, 50 lbs. at 12%c; 

figs, 20 lbs. at 12%c; raisins, 

22 lbs. at 9c; walnuts, 40 lbs. 

at 19c; bananas, 5 bunches at 

1.75; sundries, 33.42; coffee, 

,204 80 100 lbs. at 28c, 350 lbs. at 30c; 

37 75 cocoa, 96 lbs. at 41c, 72 lbs. at 

16 50 39c; peaches, 2 bas. at 1.00, 2 

16 50 bas. at 60c; cider, 10 gals, at 

30c; tea, 140 lbs. at 39c, 240 

942 99 lbs. at 32c; haddie, 60 lbs. at 

12%c; ammonia, 2 cases at 

16 20 2.70; almonds, 25 lbs. at 19c.; 

candy, 60 lbs. at 17c, 50 lbs. 

at 15c; blacking, 3 doz. at 

8 00 90c; pineapples, 4 at 30c, 8 at 

25c, 2 doz. at 2.38 529 06 

53 85 ' Walmsley, J. E., Co., Ltd., am- 

monia, 6 cases at 2.70; dutch 
cleanser, 1 case at 3.60; black- 
ing, 12 doz. at 85c; canned 
salmon, 24 doz. at 2.00, 56 doz 
at 2.40, 20 doz. at 2.50; canned 
vegetables, 12 doz. at 1.25, 36 
doz. at 1.45, 12 doz. at 1.60, 24 
doz. at 1.00; soap, 6 boxes at 
4.15; raisins, 36 lbs. at 12c, 

3 boxes at 2.70; nuts, 35 lbs. 
at 14c, 50 lbs. at 16c, 50 lbs. at 
18c; sugar, 100 lbs. at 5.55, 
1,500 lbs. at 5.75, 4,500 lbs. at 
5.65, 1,500 lbs. at 5.45, 100 lbs. 
at 5.25; salt, 1 bbl. at 3.30, 2 
bbls. at 2.90; shredded wheat, 
1 case at 3.60; currants, 178 
lbs. at 7%c; prunes, 200 lbs. 
at lie, 225 lbs. at 10y 2 c; 
cheese, 96 lbs. at 7c; corn 
flakes, 1 case at 2.85; cream 
tartar, 5 lbs. at 28c; tapioca, 
100 lbs. at 7%e; sundries, 
7.50; starch, 100 lbs. at 6c, 
100 lbs. at 6i4c, 100 lbs. at 
7%c; molasses, 27 gals, at 
35c; bon ami, 3 doz. at 1.20; 
sapolio, 1 case at 2.85; corn- 
starch, 320 lbs. at 7%c, 100 
lbs. at 6c; candy, 60 lbs. at 
lie, 80 lbs. at 12c; rolled 
oats, 3 bbls. at 5.50, 6 bbls. at 
5.00; rice, 200 lbs. at 4%c; 
canned salmon, 20 doz. at 2.25; 

394 01 tea, 50 lbs. at 24c; vinegar, 30 

gals, at 25c; gelatine, 3 doz at 

7 43 1.10; jam, 420 at 7%c; cream 

of wheat, 1 case at 5.85; lye, 

4 cases at 3.60; syrup, 1,130 

34 25 lbs. at 3%c 1,260 72 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter, blank 

books 16 00 

Waters, D. M., drugs, chemicals, 

etc 158 21 

Weekly Sun, advertising 5 50 



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No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Belleville.— Continued, 

Expenses.— Continued. 



Willard & Co., Ltd., (contract) 

butter, 9,350 lbs. at 26c. ... 2,431 00 

Wilson, Harold A., Co., Ltd., rub- 
ber quoits, 2 sets at 2.00, 1 set 
at 2.80; rope quoits, 1 set at 



1.20; sundries, 80c 

Winn & Co., silks, 26 spools at 
5c; cotton, 12 yds. at 10c; 
sundries, 75c 



Furniture and furnishings ($564.99). 



McLung, S. B. & Co., furnish- 
ings 



71 99 



Tickell & Sons, Co., furniture 
repairs, recovering, etc 



Lumber, hardware, plaster, oil, etc., for building generally ($502.42). 

Geen, Albert L., white lead, , Peck and Wills, lumber . . 



enamel, etc 

Holton Lumber Co., lumber 



42 45 
273 44 



Walker, G. W., hardware 
Waters, D. M., varnish . 



Wages of extra carpenter, painter, plasterers, etc., ($344.30). 

Pay lists, wages of men 






8 80 
3 25 



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493 00 



75 85 
80 68 
30 00 

344 30 



Institution for the Blind, Brantford. 

Salaries ($23,011.72). 

H. F. Gardiner, M.A.: Twelve months' salary as Principal 2 400 

W. B. Wickens: do Asst. Principal ..........!!! 1*300 

W. N. Hossie : do Bursar l)200 

J. A. Marquis, M.D. : do Physician *500 

M.E.Stewart: do Matron .'.. 550 

A. Ostler: One do Teacher ........ \ 50 

C. P. Kavanagh : Twelve do do 550 

E. Stobie : do do !.!.'!!!!! 550 

P. J. Roney: do do 748 

E.Moore: do do .!"!!!! 595 

E. A. Harrington: do do \ 555 

E. Lee : Three do do 137 

L. H. Haycock : Twelve do do 450 

Ella Cooper: . do do [ 450 

K. Burke : Nine do do 150 

M. Jones : do do 450 

Thos. S. Usher : Twelve do do 600 

W.N.Andrews: Twelve do Musical Director 1,200 

M. Middlemis : One do Teacher 42 

C. Roberts : Twelve do Printer 450 

D.T.Green: do Supervisor of Boys 550 

W. B. Donkin: do Trades Instructor 960 

Geo. G. Laimden: do Carpenter and Instructor ... 850 

E. Scarce: Nine do Boys' Nurse 255 

J. Kirk: Three do do 85 

M. Stewart: Twelve do Girls' Nurse 310 

M. J. Cronk: Nine do Visitors' Attendant 180 

J.B.Wilson: Twelve do Engineer 700 

John McDonald : do Asst. Engineer 625 

C. P. Lewis : do Fireman 550 

David Willits: do Gardener 550 

P. Berney : Three do Teamster 93 

Chas. Harrison: Twelve do Porter and Messenger 260 

Geo. Grierson : do Baker 500 

Robert Quillie: do Night Watchman 499 

A. €. Jackson : Six and one half do Teamster 206 

Cooks: 432 

Maids: 1,532 

Laundresses : 608 

Temporary Assistance: 338 



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145 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Institution for the Blind, Brantford.— Continued. 



Agnew, Jno., Ltd., shoes, 1 pr. 
at 1.75; 3 pr. at 2.00; laces, 
2 gro. at 90c 

Annual Review Pub. Co., sub- 
scriptions 

Ash, Frank, manure, 3 loads 
at 50c 

Barron, H., milk, 50 qts. at 
6c. 

Bartle, J., repairs to building. . 

Bell, Dr. B. C., professional ser- 
vices 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
6.00; rent of instruments, 
94.17 

Bishop, John and Son, rope, 8 
lbs. at 30c, inside sets, 2 at 
2.25; padlocks, 1 at 1.75, 1 at 
1.25; cupboard locks, y 2 doz. 
at 6.50; drawer pulls, 1 doz. 
at 3.00; wardrobe locks, 2 doz. 
at 8.00; paint, oils, etc., 43.94; 
iron, hardware, etc., 18.73; 
glue, 2 pts. at 50c; lanterns, 
2 at 75c; mortise sets, 2 at 
2.25; thermometer, 1 at 1.25; 
brass bolts, y 2 doz. at 4.40; 
manure forks, 1 at 1.20, 1 at 
1.00 

Black, Wm. M., apples, 5 bbls. 
at 3.00 

Brant Ave. Methodist Church 
pupils' sittings 

Brantford Box Co., toilet paper, 
2 boxes at 5.50 

Brantford, City of, lighting 
grounds 

Brantford Gas Co., gas 

Brantford and Hamilton Elec- 
tric Ry. Co., freight charges 

Brantford Str. Ry. Co., car' 
tickets 

Brantford Water Commission- 
ers, rent of hydrants, 160.00; 
water supply, 478.54 

Briggs, Wm., books 

Britnell, Albert, sheet music, 
6.00; books, 11.58 

Brown, Geo. A., tuning hammer, 
5 at 12.50; coils, 6 at 1.00 . 

Bruce, John A., & Co., envelopes, 
2,000 at 1.50; seeds, etc., 73.06 

Buckberrough, G. W., black- 
smithing 

Burrill, A. J., eggs, 72 doz. at 
32c, 72 doz. at 35c, 36 doz. 
at 31c 

Burrows, J. T., ice 

Bursar, to pay sundries, 9.87; 
railway fares for pupils 
guides, 8.15; railway fares for 
indigent pupils, 5.75 



Expenses ($15,738.89). 

Cameron, C. A. C, drugs, chem- 
icals, etc 12 56 

9 55 Campbell, John, hay, 2 ton 1,750 

lbs. at 15.00 38 02 

3 80 Canada Customs, duty charges 12 40 

Canadian Express Co., express 

1 50 charges 23 52 

Carson, Chas., fish, 1,171 lbs. at 
3 00 12c, 85 lbs. at 10c, 120 lbs. at 

171 40 12V 2 c 165 22 

Caudwell & Beckett, wool, 14 

1Y9 00 oz. at 8c, 46 oz. at 7c, 14 

oz. at 10c; elastic, 18 yds. at 

8c, sundries, 3.77 10 95 

100 17 Carter, S. J., making cider, 90 

gals, at 2c 1 80 

Central Prison Industries, 

sample brooms 2 30 

Clifford, C. J., mattress, 1 at 
6.00, 1 at 2.00, 1 at 2.50; 
rocker, 1 at 7.00, 1 at 3.75, 2 
at 4.75; pillows, 1 pr. at 3.00, 
cot, 1 at 2.50; bedstead, 1 at 
8.00; furniture repairs, 4.00 . 48 25 

Collingwood, C. M., books 1 43 

Cooper, Ella, travelling expen- 
ses 8 00 

Crompton, E. B. & Co., chintz, 

75 32 13y 2 yds. at 45c 6 08 

Cudmore, Wm. (contract), coal, 
15 00 244 tons 1,465 lbs. at 6.95 .... 1,700 89 

Cutcliffe, A. B., veterinary ser- 

64 00 vices 7 00 

Coulbeck, Arthur, eggs, 10 doz. 
11 00 at 26c, 55 doz. at 25c, 55 doz. 

at 24%c, lard, 60 lbs. at 16c, 
336 00 40 lbs. at 15c, ham, 105 lbs. 

153 00 at 20c; cheese, 104 lbs. at 

18c, 20 lbs. at 17c, biscuits, 
1 37 20 lbs. at 8%c, 16 lbs. at 15c; 

soap, 60 lbs. at 13%c, bon 
8 00 ami, 1 doz. at 1.35; dutch 

cleanser, 1 case at 4.25; cur- 
rants, 20 lbs. at 9c, matches, 
638 54 1 case at 1.50; tubs, 2 at 1.45; 

3 00 rice, 50 lbs. at 7 1 / £c, sundries, 

16.94; beans, 4 bus.- at 3.00; 
17 58 sugar, 100 lbs. at 5.35, 314 lbs. 

at 5.65, 613 lbs. at 5.50; bas- 
68 50 kets, 6 at 25c, 6 at 20c, 7 at 

30c, pepper, 10 lbs. at 27c; 

76 06 bacon, 16% lbs. at 23c; tea, 

50 lbs. at 45c; jar rings, 24 

41 40 doz. at 8 l-3c, canned salmon, 

1 doz. at 2.80; bread, 32 loaves 

at 5c; flavoring, 1 pt. at 

59 40 1.10; starch, 100 lbs. at 7 1 / 2 c 234 08 

100 00 Dominion Express Co., express 

charges 6 55 

Donkin, W. B., travelling ex- 
penses 6 20 

23 77 Donlan, Thos. J., sheet music . 23 31 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Institution for the Blind, Brantford. — Continued. 
Expenses.— Continued. 

Eaton, T. Co., Ltd., sheet music 7 84 tickets 

First Baptist Church, pupils' Grantham, M., potatoes, 6 bags 

sittings S 00 at 2.20 

Forde, J., Co., yeast, 80 lbs. at G. N. W. Telegraph Co., mes- 

30c, jam, 2 pails at 60c, 3 sages 

pails at 65c, syrup, 4 gals, at Green, D. T., travelling expen- 

75c; cocoa, 1 doz. tins at ses, 13.15; prizes for games, 

2.75; currants, 40 lbs. at 9c; 9.88 

bacon, 30 3-16 lbs. at 21c; Guelph Herald, advertising 

lard, 80 lbs., at 14c; ham, 20 Guillin, J. F., berries, 162 boxes 

lbs. at 18c ; flavoring extract, at 12%c 

2 pts. at 1.00; rice, 100 lbs. at Ham, Albert, services conduct- 

7c; canned salmon, 4 doz. at ing examinations 

2.70; eggs, 12 doz. at 30c; Harp, Fred C, eggs, 8 doz. at 
bovril, 3 doz. at 1.00; sun- 30c; salt, 1 bbl. at 1.50; cur- 
dries, 14.63; prunes, 75 lbs. at rants, 60 lbs. at 8c; lard, 100 
14c; soap, 3 boxes at 2.80, 1 lbs. at 15c; cream tartar, 5 
box at 4.40; biscuits, 38% lbs. lbs. at 35c; corn flakes, 1 doz. 
at 8%c; cheese, 14 lbs. at at 1.10; macaroni, 1 doz. pkgs. 
18c; sugar, 599 lbs. at 6.40, at 1.50; raisins, 25 lbs. at 13c, 
200 lbs. at 6.00; dutch clean- prunes, 50 lbs. at ll%c; 
ser, 1 case at 4.00; beans, 2 beans, 2 bus. at 3.00; canned 
bus. at 2.50; rolled oats, 5 salmon, 4 doz. at 2.70; sun- 
sacks at 2.85; starch, 100 lbs. dries, 4.65; cheese, 15 lbs. at 
at 8%c; brooms, 1 doz at 6.50, 18c; canned vegetables, 2 doz. 
tapioca, 100 lbs. at 7V 2 c 223 61 at 1.40; sugar, 100 lbs. at 6.00, 

Foster, John W., soap, 1,284 303 lbs. at 19.40, 100 lbs. at 

lbs. at 7c; paint, oils, etc., 5.75, 293 at 6.25; biscuits, 34 

2.75 92 63 lbs. at 9c ; syrup, 4 gals, at 

Gardiner, H. F., travelling ex- 75c; bacon, 19 2-3 lbs. at 24c; 

penses 52 20 ham, 18 3-6 lbs. at 19c; soap, 

Gillington, E. F., bacon, 26 lbs. 2 boxes at 2.80; flavoring ex- 

at 22c, 9*4 lbs. at 23c; tap- tract, 2 pts. at 1.00; gelatine, 

ioca, 50 lbs. at 9c; lard, 20 1 doz. at 1.40 

lbs. at 17c, 20 lbs. at 15c, Harrington, E. A., travelling ex- 

70 lbs. at 16c ; raisins, 26 lbs. penses 

at 15c; biscuits, 40 lbs. at Hawthorne, W. G., repairs to 

10c; currants, 30 lbs. at 10c; implements 

canned salmon, 4 doz. at 3.00; Haycock, Miss L. H., travelling 

shredded wheat, 1 doz. at 1.50; expenses 

sausage, 10 lbs. at 12c; coffee, Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., 

20 lbs. at 35c; cheese, 30 lbs. school supplies 

at 18c; flavoring extracts, Hepburn, H., services cleaning 

2 pts. at 1.25; ham, 79% lbs. boots 2 00 

at 18c, 18 y 2 lbs. at 17c, 18% Herald Printing Co., advertising 13 75 

lbs. at 19c; eggs, 41 doz. at Hossie, W. N., travelling expen- 

28c, 26 doz. at 30c, soap, 40 ses 3 90 

lbs. at 15c, 1 box, at 4.50; Howie & Feely, repairs to im- 

sugar, 624 lbs. at 5.55, 300 plements, etc 50 82 

lbs. at 5.25; baking powder, Hunt Bros., Ltd., (contract) 

1 doz. at 1.65; corn flakes, 1 flour, 10 bbls, at 4.73, 89% 

doz. at 1.10; mustard, 4 lbs. bbls. at 4.60, V 2 bbl. at 5.20. 461 60 

at 25c; vinegar, 40 gals, at Hunt & Colter, livery hire 14 50 

28c; cream tartar, 5 lbs. at Hurley, Margaret, services nurs- 

30c; sundries, 22.29 211 68 ing, 5 weeks at 15.00, 6 weeks 

Ginn, Alfred, seeds, plants, etc. 23 76 at 18.00 183 00 

Globe Printing Co., advertising 15 90 Jaynes Electrical Co., station 

Grace Anglican Church, pupils' dials, 1 box 3 50 

sittings 66 00 Johnson's orchestra, musical 

Grand Trunk Ry. Co., freight services 27 00 

charges 6 26 Kendrick, A., hay, 1 ton 530 

Grand Valley Ry. Co., car lbs. at 20.00 25 30 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



147 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Institute for the Blind, Brantford. — Continued. 

Expenses. — Continued. 



Kerr and Goodwin, repairs to 

boilers 12 01 

Kilmer, E. E. C, services as lit- 
erary examiner 50 00 

King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery 157 50 

Livingston & Wilkinson (con- 
tract) meat, 13,765 lbs. at 
9.95; eggs, 58 doz. at 30c; 
sausage, 406 7-10 lbs. at 10c, 
208 lbs. at 12%c; sundries, 
15.96 ,. 1,468 65 

London Free Press Printing 

Co., advertising 8 25 

Lyons Electric Co., electrical 
supplies 24 39 

Mail and Empire, advertising. . 15 00 

Mann, Jno., & Sons, lime, 9 
bus. at 30c; coal, 2 tons at 
6.45, 2 tons 1,555 lbs. at 4.85, 
43 tons 405 lbs. at 5.40 262 36 

Martin Bros., chickens, 1 pr. . . . 1 75 

Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., repairs 

to implements 6 96 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
printing 52 97 

Meyer Bros., mangle felt, 23% 
lbs. at 65c; cotton duck, 4y 3 
yds. at 83c 18 87 

Miller, Arthur, temporary as- 
sistance, 2 days at 2.00 per 
diem 4 00 

Minnes, T. J. & Co., plumbing 
repairs 14 50 

Minten, F. (contract) meat, 899 
lbs. at 10%c; sausage, 67 lbs. 
at 10c, 20 lbs. at lie 103 29 

MacBride Press, printing 12 00 

McCann Bros., pepper, 5 lbs. at 
25c; biscuit, 55% lbs. at 9c; 
bacon, 181-16 lbs. at 24c; 
sugar, 289 lbs. at 5.00, 100 
lbs. at 5.70; 200 lbs. at 5.80, 
293 lbs. at 6.00; lard, 80 lbs. 
at 15c; tea, 25 lbs. at 45c; 
soap, 2 cases at 2.80, 1 case at 
4.50; ham, 16% lbs. at 19c; 
jam, 2 pails at 55c; syrup, 25 
lbs. at 6c; eggs, 3 doz. at 35c; 
beans, 2 bus. at 2.75; chopping 
bowl, 1 at 1.75; flavoring ex- 
tract, 1 pt. at 1.00; sundries, 
10.27; coffee, 12 lbs. at 35c, 
corn starch, 40 lbs. at 7c; 
currants, 30 lbs. at 9c; syrup, 
2 gals, at 1.50; cheese, 16 14-16 
lbs. at 18c; wyandotte soda, 
560 lbs. at 4c; sapolio, 1 case 
at 3.25; mustard, 4 lbs. at 25c; 
starch, 100 lbs. at 7%c; 
rice, 100 lbs. at 7c; prunes, 
50 lbs. at ll%c; raisins, 26 
lbs. at 13c 186 07 



McGregor, Jas., ham., 51% lbs. 
at 18%c; cheese, 40 lbs. at 
19c; starch, 100 lbs. at 8y 2 c; 
flavoring extract, 2 pts. at 
1.25; lard, 60 lbs. at 15y 2 c; 
soap, 2 boxes at 2.80, 1 box 
at 4.50; biscuits, 33 lbs. at 
9c; canned salmon, 4 doz. 
at 2.75; maple syrup, 5 gals, 
at 1.45; currants, 30 lbs. at 
8%c; salt, 1 bbl. at 1.50; sun- 
dries, 5.75; bacon, 30 lbs. at 
20c; eggs, 26 doz. at 22c, 26 
doz. at 23c; 26 doz. at 
24c; sugar, 634 lbs. at 
5.75, 300 lbs. at 5.50; 
beans, 2 bus. at 4.20; prunes, 
50 lbs. at 10c; cream tartar, 
5 lbs. at 35c; canned vege- 
tables, 2 doz. at 1.10, 2 doz. 
at 1.80; corn starch, 40 lbs. at 
8c; brooms, 1 doz. at 4.50; 
evaporated apples, 50 lbs. at 
14c 

McGregor, Misses, baby doll.. 

Newman, E. H. & Sons, repair- 
ing clocks 

Ogilvie, Lochead & Co., spools, 
9 doz. at 50c; silk, 3 yds. at 
75c; yarn, 1 lb. at 1.60; 
lawn, 10 yds. at 17c; serge, 
5 yds. at 65c; hammock, 1 at 
2.95; towels, 6 pr. at 50c, 3 
pr. at 75c; oil cloth, 60 yds. 
at 22c; sheeting, 200 yds. at 
25c, 20 yds. at 40c; table 
linen, 15 yds. at 65c, 6 yds. at 
1.00; blankets, 30 pr. at 3.90; 
sundries, 26.66; print, 32 yds. 
at 12%c; cotton, 115 yds. at 
12i/ 2 c; awning, 32 yds. at 28c; 
net, 16 yds. at 10c; combs, 
1 doz. at 1.00; towelling, 50 
yds. at 15c, 100 yds. at 10c, 
100 yds. at 12y 2 c; doilies, 100 
yds. at 17c; napkins, 1 doz. 
at 3.69 

Orr, Jas., repairs to harness, 
etc 

Park & Co., photographs 

Patterson, Alfred, lobsters, % 
doz. at 3.60; biscuits, 51 lbs. 
at 9c; canned vegetables, 4 
doz. at 1.15; rice, 100 lbs. at 
6%c; corn starch, 40 lbs. at 
7c; bacon, 9 11-16 lbs. at 22c, 
9 6-16 lbs. at 23c; lard, 80 lbs. 
at 15c; beans, 120 lbs. at 5c; 
eggs, 24 doz. at 27c; 17 doz. 
at 25c; cream tartar, 5 lbs. at 
35c; sundries, 20.33; canned 
salmon, 4 doz. at 2.88; prunes, 
50 lbs. at 14c; cheese, 49% 



191 05 
4 00 

2 75 



333 74 

10 30 

11 50 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Institute for the Blind, Brantford.— Continued. 



lbs. at 19c; sugar, 200 lbs. at 
5.85, 401 lbs. at 6.15, 305 lbs. 
at 6.25; ham, 16 lbs. at 20c; 
soap, 1 box at 3.00, 1 box at 
4.30; corn flakes, 1 doz. at 
1.20; syrup, 4 gals, at 80c; 
starch, 100 lbs. at 8y 2 c 

Pearee, W. T., currants, 40 lbs. 
at 9c; lard, 100 lbs. at 15c; 
sugar, 200 lbs. at 6.00, 317 lbs. 
at 6.50, 310 lbs. at 6.30; cream 
tartar, 5 lbs. at 35c; matches, 
1 doz. pkgs. at 1.50; rolled 
oats, 2 sacks at 3.10; salt, 1 
bbl. at 1.50; bacon, 27% lbs. 
at 23c; cornstarch, 40 lbs. at 
6%c; raisins, 25 lbs. at 18c 
dutch cleanser, 1 case at 4.50 
macaroni, 1 doz. pkgs. at 1.50 
baking powder, 5 doz. at 25c 
vinegar, 36% gals, at 30c 
sundries, 8.66; flavoring ex- 
tracts, 3 pkts. at 1.25; tea, 10 
lbs. at 45c; cheese, 15 lbs. at 
18c; biscuits, 53 lbs. at 8c; 
corn flakes, 1 doz. at 1.15; 
canned salmon, 8 doz. at 2.50; 
soap, 1 case at 3.00, 1 doz. at 
1.20; eggs, 33% doz. at 30c, 
26 doz. at 28c; ham, 32 lbs. at 
20c; tapioca, 50 lbs. at 8c; 
beans, 2 bu. at 2.10; starch, 
100 lbs. at 8c; rice, 100 lbs. 
at 6c 

Perrott, H. E., drugs, chemi- 
cals, etc 

Porter, R. O., eggs, 35 doz. at 
30c 

Postmaster, postage stamps 

Preston, T. H., advertising 

Pyne, Dr. A. R., professional 
services 

Ratcliffe, Walter A., coffee, 481 
lbs. at 30c, 100 lbs. at 35c; 
tea, 375 lbs. at 25c 

Reid & Brown, brass bed, 1 at 
42.00; mattress, 1 at 15.00; 
table, 1 at 15.00; springs, 1 
set at 5.00; pillows, 1 pr. at 
2.50; repairs to mattresses, 
12.00 

Reville Bros., advertising, 28.55; 
printing, 106.75; subscription, 
to the Courier, 3 copies, 9.00 

Roberts, Miss C, trav. expenses 

Robertson, Margaret, services, 
nursing, 2 weeks and 2 days 
at 15.00 

Robson, The, Co., bran, 1 ton 
at 24.00, 1% tons at 25.00, 3^4 
tons at 26.00, 1% tons at 
27.00; shorts, % ton at 25.00, 
y 2 ton at 27.00, % ton at 



Expenses. — Continued. 

28.00; flax meal, 50 lbs. at 
5c; sundries, 5.80; crushed 
oats, 2,300 lbs. at 1.60, 500 
lbs. at 1.65, 1,900 lbs. at 1.70, 
1,100 lbs. at 1.80, 500 lbs. at 
1.75; salt, 1 bbl. at 1.50; chop 
182 20 feed, 1 ton at 31.00, 1 ton at 

32.00, 1 ton at 33.00, % ton 
at 34.00, % ton at 36.00, y 2 
ton at 35.00, % ton at 30.00; 
rolled oats, 7 bbls. at 2.30, 1 

bbl. at 2.75 

Roney, P. J., trav. expenses . . . 
Ryerson, T. E. & Co., chicken, 
2 pr. at 1.50, 1 pr. at 1.25, 3 
pr. at 1.75, 23 lbs. at 15c, 
15% lbs. at 16c, 1 pr. at 1.80, 
1 pr. at 1.30, 2 pr. at 1.60, 2 
pr. at 2.00, 2 pr. at 1.75, 2 pr. 
at 1.85, 1 pr. at 1.05, 1 pr. at 
1.15, 1 pr. at 2.08, 2 pr. at 
2.10, 1 pr. at 1.70, 1 pr. at 
2.20, 1 pr. at 2.38, 1 pr. at 
2.30; eggs, 20 doz. at 30c; 
candy, 9 lbs. at 25c, 30 lbs. 
at 15c, 30 lbs. at 10c; apples, 
1 bu. at 1.50; oranges, 12 doz. 
at 40c, 30 doz. at 30c; ban- 
anas, 20 doz. at 20c; plums, 
9 baskets at 60c; peaches, 10 
bas. at 75c; sundries, 52.56; 
lobsters, % doz. at 3.00; cis- 
coes, 9 doz. at 50c; cranber- 
208 49 ries, 32 qts. at 12%c, 1 bu. at 

4.80; shelled almonds, 20 lbs. 
76 34 at 38c, 10 lbs. at 40c; turkey, 

21 lbs. at 25c, 175 lbs. at 23c; 
10 50 shelled walnuts, 10 lbs. at 

96 00 45c; raisins, 1 box at 4.00; 

17 19 herring, 6 doz. at 40c; haddie, 

180 lbs. at 8%c; rhubarb, 
12 50 3% doz. at 50c; berries, 320 

boxes at 9c; fruit jars, 3 doz. 

at 1.00 

273 05 Schultz Bros. Co., Ltd., kind- 
ling, 4 loads at 1.50 

Scuce, E. L., trav. expenses 

Secord, P. H. & Sons, repairs to 

buildings 

Simpson, I., Mfg. Co., repairs 

91 50 to vehicles, 

Smiley, A. W., drugs, chemicals, 

1 44. qa e t c 

28 45 Spectator Printing Co., advtg.. 

St. Andrew's Presbyterian 

Church, pupils' sittings 

34 28 st - Basil's Roman Catholic 

Church, pupils' sittings 

Stedman Bros., stationery, etc.. 

Stobie, Elizabeth, supplies for 

Christmas tree, 10.00, trav. 

expenses, 9.25 



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149 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Institute for the Blind, Brantford. — Continued. 



tratford, John H,. Hospital, 
care and attendance of pupils 

tuart, D., hay, 1 ton 1,075 lbs. 
at 18.00, 1 ton 1,740 lbs. at 
20.00 

iuddaby, S., scrubs, 1 doz. at 
1.80; brooms, 1 doz. at 6.00; 
bacon, 19% lbs. at 22c; flav- 
oring extract, 2 lbs. at 1.10; 

I dutch cleanser, 4 doz. at 1.10; 
sugar, 391 lbs. at 5.75, 200 lbs. 
at 5.60, 293 lbs. at 6.00; 
canned vegetables, 2 doz. at 
1.32; currants, 30 lbs. at 9c; 
cream tartar, 5 lbs. at 40c; 
cheese, 13 3-16 lbs. at 18c; 
gelatine, 1 doz. at 1.32; sun- 
dries, 5.04; ham, 27 14-16 lbs. 
at 18c; pepper, 10 lbs. at 
2.50; soap, 2 boxes at 2.85; 
syrup, 4 gals, at 75c; bis- 
cuits, 40 lbs. at 9c; corn 
flakes, 1 doz. pkgs. at 1.08; 
lard, 40 lbs. at 16c; 40 lbs. 
at 15c; baking powder, 1 
doz. tins at 2.76; evaporated 
apples, 100 lbs. at 12^c; 
eggs, 10 doz. at 40c 

undry newspapers, advtg 

'aylor, A., plumbing repairs . . 
aylor, D. D., glass 

'nomas, T., potatoes, 25 bags 
at 2.00 

nomas, J. S., inspecting scales 

'hompson, Thos. & Co., mus- 
tard, 4 lbs. at 25c; soap, 2 
boxes at 2.80; canned vege- 
tables, 4 doz. at 1.70, 2 doz. 
at 1.15; maple syrup, 5 gals, 
at 1,50; lard, 100 lbs. at 15c; 
ham, 15 lbs. at 18c, 16y 2 
lbs. at 20c; beans, 120 lbs. at 
3y 2 c; rice, 100 lbs. at 7c; 
rolled oats, 6 sacks at 3.00; 

. bacon, 8 lbs. at 22c; coffee, 
12 lbs. at 35c; prunes, 25 
lbs. at lie; sundries, 6.83; 

! biscuits, 52 lbs. at 9c*; eggs, 

j 26 doz. at 22c, 68 doz. at 25c, 

J 10 doz. at 23c; currants, 40 
lbs. at 10c; sugar, 200 lbs. at 

• 5.70, 602 lbs. at 6.00, 100 lbs. 

i at 5.60; syrup, 25 lbs. at 6c; 

) cheese, 30 lbs. at 20c; corn 

| flakes, 1 doz. at 1.20; barley, 
25 lbs. at 5; raisins, 25 lbs. 
at 15c; dutch cleanser, 1 case 

at 4.25 

H. & B. Ry. Co., freight 
charges 

Toronto World, subscriptions to 
daily World, 8.00; Sunday 

I World, 8.00 



Expenses. — Continued. 

Turnbull & Cutcliffe, Ltd., 

54 45 boiler, 1 at 3.50; steamer, 1 

at 2.00; shears, 1 pr. at 65c, 

1 pr. at 55c; brushes, 3 at 
65 07 35c; dusters, 6 at 1.00; glass, 

5.45; saw, 1 at 1.50; .kettle, 1 
at 1.00; wood alcohol, 5 gal. 
at 1.25; hose, 50 ft. at 19c; 
rope, 56 ft. at 15c; fencing, 
30 rods at 65c; sundries, 
21.72; repairs to range, 8.35; 
twine, 18 balls at 25c, 12 
balls at 20c; bread box, 1 at 
1.75; wagon jack, 1 at 1.50; 
potato mashers, % doz. at 
6.00; axe, 1 at 1.65; iron pipe, 
8 ft. at 25c; paint, oils, etc., 
15.00; scythe handle, 1 at 
2.25; trunk keys, 1 doz. at 

1.15 130 62 

Vanstone, A. L., platters, 2 at 
1.15; jugs, 2 at 75c; glasses, 

2 doz. at 1.20, 1 doz. at 1.15, 

3 doz. at 70c; evaporated 
apples, 35 lbs. at 13c; sugars 
and creams, 6 pr. at 30c; 
cups and saucers, 1 doz. at 

138 53 i.5o, i doz. at 2.40; spoons, 2 

20 00 doz. at 1.10; eggs, 6 doz. at 

291 91 38c; bed pans, 1 at 1.50, 1 at 

22 23 85c; bowls, 3 at 20c; toilet 

set, 1 at 4.00; sundries, 7.20; 

50 00 plates, 1 doz. at 1.10, 2 doz. at 

6 30 75c, 1 doz. at 1.00; knives, 

1 doz. at 4.50 46 43 

Vernon, Henry & Son, city 

directory, 2 copies at 2.50... 5 00 

Wade, B. J., sheet music, 45.70; 
piano, 1 at 350.00; violin, 

bows and cases, 5 at 7.00 430 70 

Walsh, F. H., slabs, 2 cords at 

6.00 12 00 

Warren Mfg. Co., Ltd., repairs 

to range 25 40 

Waterous Engine Works Co., 

Ltd., cotton waste, 50 lbs. at 

10c 5 00 

Watson, B., clipping horses, 3 

at 1.50 4 50 

Watt & Squire, iron, hardware, 

etc 63 89 

Welsh, R. J., soap, 1 box 2 80 

Western Counties Electric Co., 

Ltd., electric current, 564.66; 

electrical repairs, 6.85 571 51 

Westminster Co., Ltd., subscrip- 

193 72 tion to The Westminster 1 50 

Wickens, W. B., trav. expenses 4 65 

3 49 Willard & Co., Ltd. (contract), 

butter, 5,207 lbs. at 27c 1,405 89 

Williams Mfg. Co., Ltd., type- 
16 00 writer supplies 6 75 



150 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Institute for the Blind, Brantford. 



iontinuii. 



Expenses. — Continued. 



Williams, Walter, shoe scraper, 
1 at 1.00; castors, 2 sets at 
50c 2 00 

Willitts, G. W., eggs, 30 doz. at 
23c, 30 doz. at 28c, 30 doz. 
at 2Sy 2 c 23 85 

Willitts, David, trav. expenses. 1 28 

Wood, Henry L., repairs to 
building 98 20 

Workshop account, baskets, 6 



at 75c, 4 at 1.25; table, 1 at 
7.00; flower pot, 1 at 35c; 
repairing chairs, 2.75; chair, 
1 at 6.00; jardiniere stand, 

1 at 1.50 27 10 

Young, J. M. & Co., duck, 4 yds. 
at 30c; carpet, 35% yds. at 
1.40, 35% yds. at 1.15; sun- 
dries, 1.59 93 07 



Repairs to pianos and organs ($146.90). 

Barton, T. J. & Son, tuning and Co., tuning and repairing 

repairing pianos and organs. 110 80 pipe organ 

Karn-Morris Piano and Organ 



36 10 



Hardware, paints and glass ($1J-2.12.). 

Elliott, Geo. A., Jr., hardware, repairing, etc 



182 12 



Workshop tools, material, and outfits for retiring pupils ($67t> 45). 



Brantford Cordage Co., The, 
cane, 1,200 lbs. at 12.00 per 
ton 7 20 

Brantford Willow Works, wil- 
low, etc 98 70 

Brown, John J., cutting green 
willow, 134.50; tying ma- 
chine, 12.50 147 00 

Ebeling, F. H., tools, etc 4 50 



Howie & Feeley, hardware, etc. 44 12 
Imperial Rattan Co., material 

for willow shop 37 63 

Moss, Stephen & Sons, tools, 

etc 62 20 

Seago, C. S. & Son, modeler, 

145.50; cabinet work, 96.10; 

model, 32.50 274 10 



Total Education $1,963,251.64 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE. 
Hospital for the Insane, Brockville. 



Salaries ($41,425.82). 

J. C. Mitchell, M.D.: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,600 00 

F. Neely, M.D.: do Asst. Superintendent 1,500 00 

C. M. Crawford, M.D.: do Physician 942 00 

W. P. Dailey: do Bursar 1,700 00 

Hugo Ross do Storekeeper 1,240 00 

W. J. McCabe: do Porter 500 00 

Helen Campbell: do Stenographer 300 00 

Jennie Gibson: do Matron 550 00 

S. Willison: One do Tailor 50 00 

P. Kilgour : Twelve do Baker 700 00 

B. Moulton: do Butcher 440 00 

R. C. Tennant: do Laundryman 420 00 

J.H.Ross: do Engineer 800 00 

J. W. Fraser: do Asst. Engineer 600 00 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Brockville.— Continued. 



Salaries.— Continued. 



Six 
Twelve 



Five 
Twelve 



). McCrimmon: 
'as. Heron: 
1, Gardiner: 
,Vallace Bain : 
tobert Stewart: 
lugh Atcheson: 
'. Edwards: 
t. T. Stratton: 
V. A. Fitzsimmons: 
"has. Cato: 
Vm. Ferguson: 

upervisors (Male) : 

attendants: 

lupervisors (Female) : 

Jurses : 

'ooks : 

laids: 

iaundresses: 

Seamstresses : 

tokers: 

lumber: 

emporary Assistance: 



bbott, Albert, fertilizer, 4,200 

lbs. at 1.60 cwt 

cheson, H., travelling expenses 
merican Medical Association, 

subscription 

merican Medico-Psychological 
Association, annual dues .... 
nderson, Wm, cows, 2 at 70.00 
rmour and Cunningham, jam, 
336 lbs. at 8c; corn meal, 1 
bag at 2.40, 1 bag at 2.80; flav- 
oring extract, 1 pt. at 1.00; 
syrup, 624 lbs. at 3%c, 654 
lbs. at 4c; lye, 3 cases at 
3.75; raisins, 106 lbs. at 
8y 2 c; sugar, 1,500 lbs. at 4.95, 
mustard, 3 jars at 8uc; sa- 
polio, 1 box at 3.00; lobster, 

1 doz. tins at 2.80, pepper, 
10 lbs. at 21c; vinegar, 36 
gals, at 23c; tapioca, 196 lbs. 
at 7c; corn flakes, 1 case at 
3.00; washing blue, 14 lbs. at 
18c; fly paper, 1 case at 
3.88; coffee, 155 lbs. at 28c; 
beans, 2 bus. at 3.20; cloves, 
5 lbs. at 30c; sundries, 
15.13; split peas, 2 bags at 
3.30; tea, 88 lbs. at 23c; 
canned fruit, 2 lbs. at 1.20, 4 
lbs. at 1.25, 4 lbs. at 1.35, 
4 lbs. at 2.00; 6 lbs. at 2.10, 

2 lbs. at 2.40; currants, 82 lbs. 
at 8c; prunes, 200 lbs. at SV^c. 
rice, 500 lbs. at 3.95; tobacco, 
24 lbs. at 48c, 45 lbs. at 46c; 
pickles, 2 doz. at 3.10; soap, 
1 case at 4.10, 1 case at 4.20; 



Twelve months' salary 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



as Parmer 

Gardener 

Asst. Gardener 
Messenger . 
Farm hand 

Cowman 

Mason 

Painter 

Carpenter . ... 

Tailor 

Chief Attendant 



650 00 

650 00 

360 00 

360 00 

171 73 

390 00 

750 00 

600 00 

600 00 

292 00 

550 00 

3,108 00 

8,578 28 

1,822 56 

5,050 79 

1,027 07 

975 63 

670 43 

240 00 

1,936 83 

240 00 

60 50 



Expenses ($87,000.43). 

cream tartar, 5 lbs. at 30c; 

67 20 lard, 120 lbs. at 15y 2 c; sago, 

7 70 157 lbs. at 6c; starch, 100 

lbs. at 7c; corn starch, 40 

3 25 lbs. at 8c; biscuits, 29 lbs. at 

8c; salt, 2 bags at 1.20; cocoa, 

5 00 2 doz. at 2.60; molasses, 41 

140 00 gals, at 30c 501 79 

Armstrong, D. P., straw, 4 tons 

1,000 lbs. at 7.00 31 50 

Armstrong, Fred, Co., Ltd., 

electrical supplies 34 80 

Atteaux Dyestuff and Chemical 
Co., Ltd., soap, 2,297 lbs. at 
7c; wyandotte soda, 1,400 lbs. 
at 1.75 185 29 

Ault and Reynolds, coal, 206 

tons 1,564 lbs. at 6.25 1,292 45 

Baird Bros., shirting, 977V4 
yds. at 16c; flannelette, 880 i/i 
yds. at 12%c; cheese cloth, 
213 yds. at 5c; quilts, 2 doz. 
at 15.00; ticking, 55?4 yds. 
at 25c; towels, 1 doz. at 4.00; 
sundries, 4.89; print, 1,081% 
yds. at 12%c; towelling, 198 
yds. at 15c; thread, 3 gross 
at 5.50; table linen, 50% yds. 
at 50c 536 56 

Ballantyne, E. W., brushes, 6 at 
35c, 6 at 50c, 2 at 75c, 2 at 
1.35, 2 at 1.50 12 90 

Beddie, W., toll roads 10 00 

Bedlow, J., mutton, 26% lbs. at 
20c; lamb, ^4 carcass for 
2.00; chicken, 32 lbs. at 20c 13 70 

Beers, Inrig, expenses re con- 
crete 10 00 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Brockville. — Continued. 



Beggs, Robert, repairing shoes, 
etc 

Bell Telephone Co., telephone 
repairs, 13.08; rent of instru- 
ments, 213.77; messages, 58.80 

Blair, Chas., apples, 2 bbls. at 
2.75 

Booth, Mrs. V., dried apples, 304 
lbs. at 7c 

Borthwick, Jno., blacksmithing 

Bowie and Co., Brewery, Ltd., 
grains, 358 bus. at 10c 

Bradley, Isaac, expenses, captur- 
ing eloper 

Bradley, J. H., starch, 100 lbs. at 
6%c, 100 lbs. at 6%c, 1 case 
at 3.75; lard, 200 lbs. at 14y 2 c 
soap, 2 boxes at 4.10; jam, 252 
lbs. at 8c; canned fruit, 2 
doz. at 1.25, 2 doz. at 2.10, 2 
doz. at 2.15, 2 doz. at 2.20; 
currants, 78 lbs. at 8c, 82 
lbs. at 7%c; sugar, 3,000 lbs. 
at 4.90, 1,000 lbs. at 5.40; 
prunes, 600 lbs. at 8c, 300 lbs. 
at 8%c; tobacco, 120 lbs. at 
46c, 48 lbs. at 48c; sapolio, 2 
boxes at 3.00; rice, 1,000 lbs. 
at 4.03; salt, 5 sacks at 1.50; 
figs, 262 lbs. at 4y 2 c; sun- 
dries, 14.95 

Brock, W. R. Co., Ltd., but- 
tons, 1 gross at 8.00, 1 gross 
at 6.00; tweed, 287% yds. at 
55c; serge, 30 yds. at 3.00; 
pocketing, 121 1-7 yds. at 
ll%c; sundries, 7.97, less dis- 
count, 56c 

Brockville Light and Power 
Dept., gas, 3,246.70; electric 
current, 195.10 

Brockville Times, printing, 
108.32; subscriptions (4 cop- 
ies), 12.00 

Brockville Water Works Dept., 
water 

Brown, H., & Sons, bran, 8 
tons at 24.00, 3 tons at 25.00, 
11 tons at 26.00; iy 2 tons at 
23.00; banner feed, 14 tons at 
30.00; 6 tons at 31.00, 3 tons 
at 32.00; 2 tons at 33.00; 
crush oats, 1 ton at 33.00; salt, 
2 bags at 65c; sundries, 
4.85 

Bursar, to pay sundries 

Cairns, Bernard, indelible ink 

Caldwell, Harry, apples, 6 bbls. 
at 3.00 

Cameron, A. E., shorts, 12 tons 
at 27.00, 9% tons at 28.00, y 2 
ton at 29.00; wheat, 1,400 lbs. 



285 


65 


5 


50 


21 
134 


28 
05 


35 


SO 


5 


00 



Expenses.— Continued. 

at 1.90, 200 lbs. at 1.85; rolled 
77 43 oats, 30 bags at 2.05; salt, 13 
bags at 65c, 11 bags at 1.00; 
oyster shells, 125 lbs at 1.50; 
calf meal, 300 lbs. at 4.00; her- 
bagium, 50 lbs. at 12c; oil 
cake, 200 lbs. at 2.25, 200 lbs. 
at 2.30; grass seed, 25 lbs. at 
30c; flour, 200 lbs. at 1.75; 
hay, 2 tons, 950 lbs. at 17.00; 
seeds, 16.50; corn meal, 1 ton 
at 30.00, 1 ton at 31.00, 3 tons 
at 32.00, 1 ton at 33.00, 1% 
tons at 34.00; cracked corn, 
100 lbs. at 1.65, 200 lbs. at 
1.70; barley meal, 9,000 lbs. 
at 1.45, 1,500 lbs. at 1.50, 3,000 
lbs. at 1.55; split peas, 20 bags 
at 3.60; straw, 12 tons 1225 
lbs. at 7.00; buckwheat, 500 
lbs. at 1.45, 14 bus. at 1.25; 
rolled wheat, 50 bbls. at 2.90; 
oats, 100 bus. at 52c, 600 bus. 
at 53c, 700 bus. at 55c 

Canada Carriage Co., repairs 
to vehicles 

Canada Stock Pood Co., tonic, 
400 lbs. at 10c 

Can. Consolidated Rubber Co., 
Ltd., hospital sheets, 10 at 
1.86, 26 at 1.912-3 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Laundryman, subscription 

Can. Medical Association, sub- 
scription 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges . . 

C. P. Ry. Co's. Telegraph, tele- 
grams 

Can. Printing Co., printing 

Central Electric and School Sup- 
ply Co., Ltd., electrical sup- 
plies 

Central Prison Industries, blan- 
kets, 812 lbs. at 50c; yarn, 
300 lbs. at 50c; wrappers, 
etc., 6.05; brooms, 20 doz. at 
4.50, 15 doz. at 4.00 

Chrysler, J. E. & Co., fountain 

pen, 1 at 3.25; alarm clock, 1 

at 2.00; spoons, 1 doz. at 4.00, 

2 doz. at 2.50, 4 doz. at 2.0O; 

toast rack, 1 at 1.75; repairing 

clocks, etc., 5.75; brass polish, 

1,407 65 1 doz - tins at 6- 00 ' butter dish 

8 01 1 at 3.00; spoons, 2 doz. at 

35 20 i- 00 ' 2 doz - at 2 - 00 > ! doz - 

at 2.75 

18 00 Clark and Gowan, dental ser- 
vices 

Climax Chemical Co., chemi- 
cals, etc 



542 14 



283 


34 


3,441 


80 


120 


32 


3,250 


00 



2,336 


90 


27 


75 


40 


00 


68 43 

36 36 

1 00 


5 
13 


00 
83 


4 
35 


83 
96 



7 80 



712 05 



47 50 
10 00 
97 90 



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153 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Brockville.— Continued. 



Expenses. — Continued. 



Clow, Jas. B. and Sons, ther- 
mometer 

Colcock, N. B., ties, 3 doz. at 
2.00; handkerchiefs, 2 doz. at 
1.30, 2 doz at 60c, 3 doz. at 
1.00; gloves, 1 doz. at 8.00; 
collars, 4 doz. at 1.10; shirts, 
24 at 95c; underwear, 12 suits 
at 95c; overcoat, 1 at 10.00.. 

Coleman Baking Powder Co., 
Ltd., baking powder, 1 doz. 
tins at 8.55, 3 doz. tins at 
8.08 

Craig, Robert & Co., golf caps, 5 
doz. at 3.00, 8y 3 doz. at 6.00; 
coat, 1 at 18.00; underwear, 2 
suits at 2.00; shirts, 10 at 1.00, 
16 at 1.25; overalls, 6 suits at 
2.00, 15y 2 at 1.50, 15y 2 at 1.20, 
56 at 1.00, 10 at 75c; rain- 
coats, 1 at 12.00, 1 at 13.00, 
1 at 7.00; ties, 1 doz. at 1.50, 
% doz. at 6.00; overcoats, 12 
at 10.00; caps, 1 at 1.50, 9 at 
45c, 6 at 25c, 6 doz. at 6.00; 
sundries, 1.45; mittens, 1 pr. 
at 1.25; suits, 6 at 10.00, 25 
at 8.50, 10 at 11.10, 1 at 

I 18.00; hats, 12 doz. at 1.50, 

! 10 2-3 doz. at 2.00, 2 at 2.50, 

1 at 3.00; jackets, 5 at 75c, 
j 5 at 60c; gloves, 4 prs. at 1.00, 

braces, 4 prs. at 50c 

:udahy Packing Co., dutch 
cleanser, 300 lbs. at 4c; rex 
soda, 280 lbs. at 1.60, less dis- 
count, 24c 

Sulbert, J., biscuits, 97% lbs. 
at 9c; corn meal, 9 bags at 
2.50; cups and saucers, 3 doz. 
at 80c, 8% doz. at 60c; soup 
tureen, 4 at 50c; pepper, 25 
lbs. at 20c; canned vegetables, 

2 doz. at 1.50; sugar, 2,000 lbs. 
at 5.40, 2,000 at 5.60, 1,000 lbs. 
at 5.90; sapolio, 3 doz. at 1.00; 
lard, 200 lbs. at 14y 2 c; jugs, 
9 at 20c, 20 at 15c, plates, 10 
doz. at 60c, 2 doz. at 55c; 
pitchers, 2% doz. at 3.00; figs, 
20 mats at 1.60; coffee, 181 
lbs. at 25c; tea, 190 lbs. at 
23c, 990 lbs. at 23y 2 c, 825 
lbs. at 24c; yeast, 368 lbs. at 
35c; sundries, 13.48, chocolate 
12 lbs. at 35c; pickles, 1 doz. 
at 3.50; canned salmon, 4 doz. 
at 2.00; canned fruit, 2 doz. 
at 3.00, 2 doz. at 3.50; starch, 
40 lbs. at 7c; platters, 6 at 
55c; glasses, 6 doz. at 45c; 
fruit stands, 19 at 25c; salt 



17 50 



69 40 



32 78 



906 48 



16 24 



shakers, 5 doz. at 1.00; prunes, 
200 lbs. at 10c; evaporated 

apples, 700- lbs. at ll%c 1,220 21 

Dailey, W. P., trav. expenses . . 49 70 
Davis, R. and Sons, uniform 
cloth, 946 yds. at 19c, 42% 
yds. at 20c; sheeting. 2,210% 
yds. at 24c, 40 yds. at 28c/ 
571% yds. at 32c; flannelette, 
1,880 yds. at 15c; print, 176 
yds. at 13c, 310 yds. at 14c; 
overalls, 1% doz. at 9.00, 5-6 
doz. at 7.20; braces, 7 doz. at. 
3.00; flannel, 58 yds. at 20c, 
64% yds. at 24c, 62% yds. at 
29c; table linen, 12 yds. at 
1.50, 103^ yds. at 1.75; cre- 
tonne, 14 yds. at 50c; table 
cover, 1 at 5.50; shirting, 
720% yds. at 16c; lustre, 
14% yds. at 65c; sundries, 
10.15; cotton, 135% yds. at 
6%c, 253 yds. at 7c, 187% 
yds. at 7%c, 112% yds. at 
8c, 3,442% yds. at ll%c, 
1,554% yds. at 16c; towelling, 
101 yds. at 12c, 210% yds. 
at 13c, 24 yds. at 45c, 10 yds. 
at 50c; cheese cloth, 20Q 1 / 4 
yds. at 5%c, 101 yds. at 6c; 
smocks, 5-6 doz. at 7.20, 1% 
doz. at 9.00; duck, 15 yds. at 
20c, 52% yds. at 24c, 98% 
yds. at 25c; pillow cotton, 
169% yds. at 22c, 90% yds. 
yds. at 23c, 34s/ 8 yds. at 32c; 
napkins, 2 doz. at 5.00; ging- 
ham, 127% yds. at 15c; 
towels, 1 doz. at 8.00; ticking, 

109% yds. at 25c 2,491 22 

Dom. Express Co., charges ... 16 92 
Dom. Match Co., Ltd., matches, 

2 cases at 25.00 

Donovan, D. D., corn flakes, 1 
case at 3.15, 1 case at 3.10; 
lye, 2 cases at 3.90, 2 cases 
at 3.75; biscuits, 62% lbs. at 
8c; raisins, 50 lbs. at 10c; 
cloves, 10 lbs. at 30c; sago, 
303 lbs. at 6i4c; mustard, 2 
doz. at 2.40; lard, 200 lbs. at 
13%c, 200 lbs. at 14c, 120 
lbs. at 15%c; cornmeal, 1 bag 
at 2.25, 2 bags at 3.00; sugar, 
1,000 lbs. at 5.40, 1,500 lbs. at 
4.90; cocoa, 4 doz. tins at 2.60; 
corn starch, 40 lbs. at SV^c, 
canned salmon, 4 doz. at 2.60; 
sapolio, 1 case at 3.10, 1 case 
at 3.15; pickles, 2 doz. at 3.20; 
washing blue, 14 lbs. at 15c; 
sundries, 31.13; tobacco, 150 



50 00 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Brockville. — Continued. 

Expenses.— Continued. 



lbs. at 46c, 72 lbs. at 48c; fruit 
peel, 14 lbs. at 13c, 14 lbs. at 
15c, 14 lbs. at 18c; currants, 
77 lbs. at 8c; tapioca, 267 lbs. 
at 7%c; canned vegetables, 4 
doz. at 1.10, 6 doz. at 1.15, 2 
doz. at 1.35, 2 doz. at 1.70; 
prunes, 500 lbs. at 10y 2 c, 200* 
lbs. at 8%c; lobsters, 1 doz. 
at 3.20; canned fruit, 2 doz. 
at 2.45, 6 doz. at 2.15, 2 doz. at 
2.20, 2 doz. at 1.30, 2 doz. at* 
2.00; chocolate, (2 boxes at 
2.00; starch, 100 lbs. at 7 x Ac 
100 lbs. at 7c; salt, 1 bbl. at 
3.15, 3 bags at 1.35, 2 bags at 
1.40; mustard, 3 jars at 85c; 
cream tartar, 5 lbs. at 30c; 

soap, 1 case at 4.25 630 42 

Downey, J. H. & Co., seeds, etc.. 1,171 03 
Ducolon, Mrs. S. M., dried ap- 
ples, 74 lbs. at 6c. 4 44 

Duke, J. O., seeds, etc 6 85 

Easton, E. H., straw, 4 tons 1,484 

lbs. at 6.50 30 82 

Edwardsburg Starch Co., Ltd., 

apple barrels, 100 at 35c 35 00 

Edwards, Mrs. W. H., seeds, 

plants, etc 113 59 

Ferguson, W., trav. expenses, 
21.70; expenses re patients at 
circus, 32.25; entrance fee 
for patients at bowling* 

tournament, 28.30 82 25 

Fraser, W. J., musical services 62 00 
Frego, M. D., gas lamps, 2 at 
2.75; grates, 2 at 2.75; man- 
tles, 1 doz. at 2.50; burner, 

1 at 2.75 16 25 

Fullerton, A., drugs, chemicals, 

etc 1 50 

Giffin, P., lambs, 600 lbs. at lie; 
straw, 10 tons 1660 lbs. at 

6.00 130 98 

Gillette, E. W., Co., Ltd., lye, 5 

cases at 3.35, less freight, 85c. 15 90 
Grand Trunk Ry. System, 

freight charges 195 38 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co., tele- 
grams 5 11 

Greene, J., & Co., stationery 199 60 

Halliday, Jas., rough fat, 123.75; 

purchase of meat, 11,989.47.. 12,113 22 
Harcourt, E. H. Co., Ltd., print- 
ing, binding, etc 14 63 

Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., ferti- 
lizer, 10 tons at 28.50 285 00 

Harrison, W. H., castings, 44 lbs. 
at 8c; coffee cans, 12 at 1.75; 
iron pots, 2 at 1.00; iron hard- 
ware, 2.00; snow shovels, 3 
doz. at 2.75; lanterns, 6 at 60c. 40 37 



Hartz, J. F., Co., Ltd., medical 

supplies 222 52 

Heather, R. B., seeds, plants, etc. 58 40 

Henderson, J. J. & Sons, sau- 
sage, 75 lbs. at 12%c; veal, 
16% lbs.* at 12V 2 c, 11 lbs. at 
15c; chicken, 28V 2 lbs. at 22c, 
33 lbs. at 20c; duck, 7% lbs. 
at 18c, 8% lbs. at 25c; geese, 
645 lbs. at 16c; turkey, 613 lbs. 
at 20c; lamb, 24 lbs. at 25c, 
30 lbs. at 20c 267 15 j 

Henderson, W. R., straw, 16 tons 

130 lbs. at 6.00 96 39 j 

Henry, A., expenses capturing 

eloper 2 50 

Herron, A. Jas., apples, 20 bus. 
at 30c, 60 bus. at 75c; peppers, 
6 doz. at 20c 52 20 ; 

Hewitt, Mrs. Levi, eggs, 52 doz. 

at 23c, 52y 2 doz. at 24c 24 56 

Hollington, Geo., musical ser- 
vices 4 00| 

Holmes, M. B., honey, 1,020 lbs. 

at 12i/ 2 c 127 50j 

House of Bethlehem, Ottawa, 

entrance fee for baby 20 00| 

Howison, Geo. C, bananas, 3 
bunch at 2.00, 2 bunch at 2.15, 

4 bunches at 2.25, 12 bunches 
23.05; candy, 150 lbs. at 17c; 
lemons, 1 case at 3.50, 2 cases 
at 5.25, 14 doz. at 25c, 11 doz. 
at 30c; pineapples, y 2 doz at 
2.80; plums, 3 bas. at 70c; 
grapes, 3 bas. at 40c, 8 bas. 
at 30c; sundry fruits, 7.65; 
oranges, 1 case at 1.75, 1 case 
at 2.00, 4 cases at 3.75, 1 case 
at 3.50, 4 cases at 3.25; 5 bbls. 
at 3.40; peaches, 1 bas. at 1.10, 
12 bas. at 85c, 3 bas. at 80c, 

5 bas. at 75c, 5 bas. at 70c; 
pears, 2 bas. at 65c, 6 bas. at _ 

70c 182 5<li 

Hunt Bros., Ltd., flour, 1,088% 

bbls. at 4.65, less freight, 44.20 5,017 3|l 
Ingram & Bell, medical ap- 
pliances 104 3! j 

Johnston's Cash Grocery, bowls, 
30 at 6c; barley, 400 lbs. at 
4 1 />c; ginger, 10 lbs. at 25c; 
sugar, 1,000 lbs. at 5.85, 2,000 
lbs. at 5.45; figs, 521 lbs. at 
5c; cornflakes, 2 cases at 3.00; 
canned vegetables, 4 doz. at 
1.10, 2 doz. at 1.30, 4 doz. at 
1.60; pepper, 25 lbs. at 25c; 
currants, 94 lbs., 7%c; mar- 
malade, 84 lbs. at 7%c; bird- 
seed, 3 bags at 1.00; cups and 
saucers, 10 doz. at 75c, 15 doz. 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane,'Brockville. — Continued. 



at 90c; soap, 1 box at 4.30, 1 
box at 4.25; sundries, 18.27; 
evaporated apples, 250 lbs. at 
ll%c; prunes, 500 lbs. at 
10y 2 c; rice, 500 lbs. at 4 1 / 4c.; 
sapolio, 2 cases at 3.00; beans, 
4 bus. at 2.70; tobacco, 120 lbs. 
at 45c; canned fruit, 6 doz. 
at 3.00, 2 doz. at 2.85, 6 doz. 
at 2.55, 4 doz. at 2.40; shoe pol- 
ish, 3 doz. at 85c; coffee, 25 
lbs. at 27c 

ohnston, C. E., & Co., table 
linen, 50 yds. at 50c; brass 
nose plates, 19 at 60c; tow- 
els, "3 doz. at 2.70, 1 doz. 
at 3.25; linoleum, 9% yds. 
at 75c; carpet sweeper, 1 
at 3.00; comforters, 1 at 7.50, 
1 at 7.25; tapestry, 2% yds. 
at 2.45, 60 yds. at 1.00; awn- 
ing, 56 yds. at 25c; sundries, 
1.15; shawls, 6 at 2.83; gimp, 
iy 2 doz. at 40c; hessian, 111% 
yds. at 20c; curtains, 31 prs. 
at 2.50 

ohnston, C. W., inspection of 
weights and measures 

ohnston, W. C, rice, 500 lbs. at 
4*4 c, 500 lbs. at 4 l-10c; sago, 
148 lbs. at 6%c; vinegar, 34 
gals, at 25c; raisins, 28 lbs. at 
9c, 5 lbs. at 30c, 100 lbs. at 
8*4c; cocoa, 3 doz. at 2.60; 
sealers, 8 doz. at 80c, 6 doz. at 
90c; starch, 100 lbs. at 7c; 
beans, 4 bus. at 2.90; canned 
fruit, 2 doz. at 1.20, 2 doz. at 
2.00, 2 doz. at 2.05, 2 doz. 
at 1.90, 1 doz. at 1.80; 
1 case at 3.00; jam, 252 
lbs. at 8c, 2 1-6 doz. tins at 
1.80; green peas, 4 bus. at 
3.12; sundries, 12.97; tapioca, 
127 lbs. at 7%c, 195 lbs. at 
714c; tobacco, 87 lbs. at 48c, 
30 lbs. at 46c; sugar, 2,000 
lbs. at 5.75, 1,000 lbs. at 6,10, 
2,000 lbs. at 5.05, 500 lbs. at 
5.45; prunes, 500 lbs. at 10y 2 c; 

i syrup, 661 lbs. at 4%c; bis- 

j cuits, 27 lbs. at 8c, 10 lbs. at 
30c; soap, 1 case at 4.15; 

I tanglefoot, 1 case, 3.75; can- 

i ned vegetables, 4 doz. at 1.70; 

! pickles, 2 doz. at 3.15 

ones, W., musical services .... 

Cemp, Marsden, tuning pianos. . 

:enny, P., & Co., Ltd., tea, 3,060 

i lbs. at 25c 

fensit, H. C. M., telephone muf- 
fler 

^incaid, V. F., drugs, chemicals, 
etc 



Expenses. — Continued. 

King's Printer, distribution sta- 
tionery 49 27 

Kirst, Frank E., repairs to vehi- 
cles 18 70 

Lakeside Pub. Co., trained nurse 

subscription 1 80 

Lawrason, S. F., & Co., wash- 
ing soda, 280 lbs. at 1.75 4 90 

Lennox, Samuel, sewing needles, 

1 doz. papers 1 00 

Leverette, B. W., orange maize, 1 
536 87 case at 3 00 

Library Bureau of Canada, Ltd., 

office furniture 5 00 

Lindsay, C. W., repairs to musi- 
cal instruments 8 40 

Lorimer, Wm„ beans, 6 bus. at 
2.60, 11 2-3 bus. at 2.25; evap- 
orated apples, 550 lbs. at 12c; 
cornstarch, 40 lbs. at 7c, 40 
lbs. at 6y>c; jam, 168 lbs. at 
SY2C.; shredded wheat biscuits, 
1 case at 4.00; vinegar, 83 
gals, at 25c; rice, 500 lbs. at 
4c., 500 lbs. at 4 l-5c; corn- 
274 29 meal, 2 bags at 2.65; tobacco, 
45 lbs. at 46c, 48 lbs. at 48c; 
6 00 tapioca, 186 lbs. at 7%c; sago, 
156 lbs. at 6%c; canned sal- 
mon, 4 doz. at 3.10; apples, 4 
bus. at 75c, 25 bus, at 1.00; 
starch, 100 lbs. at 6V2C 100 
lbs. at 7%c; soap, 1 box at 
4.50, 1 box at 4.20; biscuits, 60 
lbs. at 8c, 28% lbs. at 9c; 
sugar, 1,000 lbs. at 5.65, 2,500 
lbs. at 5.25, 1,500 lbs. at 4.80, 
1,000 lbs. at 5.20, 2,000 
lbs. at 4.75; canned fruit, 1 
case at 6.50, 1 case at 6.40, 1 
case at 6.25; syrup, 1,342 lbs. 
at 4c; sundries, 13.90; rais- 
ins, 50 lbs. at 894c. ; currants, 
79 lbs. at 8%c; salt, 4 bags 
at 1.35 846 62 

Lyon, A. M., photographic sup- 
plies 7 90 

Maley, T. B., shoes, 12 prs. at 
1.25, 25 prs. at 1.35, 24 prs. 
at 1.40, 99 prs. at 1.50, 24 prs. 
at 1.75, 182 prs. at 2.00, 25 prs. 
at 2.10, 25 prs. at 2.15; sox, 2 
doz. at 6.00 755 10 

Martin, Geo., potatoes, 731 bus. 
at 75c, 2,065 bus. 5 lbs. at 

670 31 1.00 *. . . . 2,613 32 

26 00 Methodist Book and Pub. House, 
2 00 printing 8 60 

Milne Bros., wheatine, 40 bags 
765 00 at 2.50 100 00 

Mitchell, J. C, trav. expenses.. 114 60 
4 50 Monarch Typewriter Co., type- 
writer supplies 16 50 

242 56 Morgan, Ann, milch cow 60 00 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Brockville.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Morrison, G. W., subscriptions 
sundry magazines, 50.50; auto- 
mobile hire, 5.00; tipping bil- 
liard cues, 1.80; repairs to bil- 
liard table, 2.60 

Morrison, Thos., repairs to fur- 
nace 

Morton, David, & Sons, soap, 20 
boxes at 2.40 

Mott, J. A., blacksmithing .... 

Mowat & Jackson, canvas, 75 yds. 
at 17c; suits, 2 at 20.00, 25 at 
12.00; thread, 5 lbs. at 2.85, 
5 lbs. at 1.50; haircloth, 37 yds. 
at 45c; uniforms, 21 at 23.30; 
cutting trousers, 19 pr. at 20c; 
buttons, 6 gro. at 1.25 

Mullen, C, livery hire 

Murray, F. J., straw, 8 tons 240 
lbs. at 6.00 

Musson Book Co., Ltd., station- 
ery 

MacDermott, I. H., tobacco, 4 
doz. plugs at 60c, 2 doz. plugs 
at 1.20; cigars, 200 at 3.00, 100 
at 5.00, 100 at 7.00; pipes, 2 
doz. at 3.00 

McAlpine, D., veterinary services 

McArthur, Corneille & Co., chemi- 
cals, etc 

McArthur, R., trav. expenses . . 

McConkey, W. H., coffe, 127 lbs. 
at 27c, 263 lbs. at 29c, 377 lbs. 
at 30c; soap, 127 lbs. at 12c. . 

McCrimmon, D., trav. expenses. 

McEwen, J. W., lard, 440 lbs. at 
13y 2 c; figs, 839 lbs. at 4^c; 
canned vegetables, 2 doz. at 
2.45, 2 doz. at 2.15, 4 doz. at 
1.00, 4 doz. at 1.35, 2 doz. at 
1.75; canned salmon, 8 doz at 
2.60, 4 doz. at 2.20; salt, 2 bbls. 
at 3.10, 3 bags at 1.30, 5 bags 
at 1.40; evaporated apples, 500 
lbs. at 10y 2 c, 500 lbs. at liy 2 c; 
sago, 313 lbs. at 6c; tapioca, 
124 lbs. at 7y 2 c, 178 lbs. at 
7%c; rice, 500 lbs. at 3.65; pot 
barley, 200 lbs. at 4c; canned 
fruit, 2 doz. at 2.50, 2 doz. at 
3.00, 2 doz. at 2.35, 2 doz. at 
2.90; currants, 84 lbs. at 7%c; 
pickles, 3 doz. at 3.10; sun- 
dries, 40.53; cornstarch, 40 lbs. 
at 7%c; starch, 300 lbs. at 
6%c; tobacco, 135 lbs. at 46c, 
120 lbs. at 48c; sapolio, 2 cases 
at 3.10; sugar, 1,000 lbs. at 
5.40, l,0u0 lbs. at 5.65, 2,000 lbs. 
at 5.25; chocolate, 4 doz. at 
1.00; cocoa, 6 doz. at 2.60; 
soap, 2 boxes at 4.15; corn- 
flakes, 2 cases at 3.00; sago 158 
lbs. at 6c; raisins, 28 lbs. at 
9c; mustard, 3 jars at 90c; 



59 90 

1 85 

288 00 
96 40 



891 75 
1 00 

48 72 

21 00 



28 80 
46 00 

22 16 
5 25 



238 90 
31 75 



washing blue, 28 lbs. at 15c; 
jam, 42 lbs. at 8c; syrup, 659 
lbs. at 3.75; pepper, 10 lbs. at 
22c, 25 lbs. at 20c; prunes, 500 
lbs. at 10c 

McGibbon's Drug Store, drugs, 
chemicals, etc 

McGrath, Chas. E., accommoda- 
tion for horses, 1 year, 50.00; 
livery hire, 3.00 

McHenry's spirits for medical 
use 

McLaren, Peter, lumber 

McMahon, J., oats, 200 bus. at 
50c 

National Mfg. Co., Ltd., diamond 
cleanser, 20 cases at 2.75 . . . 

Neill, R., shoes, 4 prs. at 1.25, 
10 prs. at 1.50, 1 pr. at 1.60, 

2 prs. at 1.85, 3 prs. at 2.00, 

1 pr. at 2.25, 3 prs. at 2.o0, 1 
pr. at 2.75, 8 prs. at 3.00, 6 prs. 
at 3.40, 6 prs. at 3.60; rubbers, 

3 prs. at 90c, 1 pr. at 2.50, 
13 pr. at 1.00, 3 pr. at 65c, 50 
prs. at 63 %c., 50 prs. at 
93^c; sundries, 3.25; slip- 
pers, 1 pr. at 65c, 5 pr. at 
45c, 3 prs. at 1.10, 3 prs. at 
1.25 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 
rolled oats, 72^ bbls. at 4.80. . 

Olmstead, W. A., expenses cap- 
turing eloper 

Osborne, W. M., rice, 500 lbs. at 
3.65; evaporated apples, 500 
lbs. at liy 2 c; lard, 240 lbs. 
at 13%c; soap, 1 box at 4.15; 
salt, 1 bbl. at 3.10, 5 bbls. at 
1.50; starch, 200 lbs. at 6%c; 
cornflakes, 2 cases at 3.00; figs, 
527 lbs. at 4%c; raisins, 28 
lbs. at 9c, 36 lbs. at 9%c; 
cocoa, 4 doz. tins at 2.60; tapi- 
oca, 215 lbs. at 7 1 / 4c; sago, 165 
lbs. at 6c; pickles, 1 doz. at 
3.10; bird seed, 1 box at 2.15; 
washing blue, 28 lbs. at 15c; 
sundries, 21.72; barley, 2 bags 
at 4.00; canned fruit, 2 doz. at 
3.00, 2 doz. at 2.35, 4 doz. at 
2.90, 2 doz. at 2.50; tobacco, 
36 lbs. at 48c, 90 lbs. at 46c; 
sapolio, 1 case at 3.10; borax, 
50 lbs. at 7c; sugar, 1,000 lbs. 
at 5.65, 1,000 lbs. at 5.25; cur- 
rants, 79 lbs. at 7%c; jam, 
252 lbs. at 8c; prunes, 500 lbs. 
at lie; cocoanut, 15 lbs. at 
17c, 3 jars at 90c, 30 lbs. at 
8c; canned vegetables, 4 doz. 
at 1.10, 4 doz. at 1.35, 2 doz. 
at 1.75 

Otto Higel Co., Ltd., piano wire, 

2 lbs. at 90c 



550 

1 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for the! Insane, Brockville.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



aine, Jno. B., Co., Ltd., caustic 
soda, 1,473 lbs. at 3%c 

ostmaster, postage stamps, 
265.00; rent of P.O. box, 5.00. 

rice, Herbert E., blacksmith- 
ing 

ueen City Oil Co., Ltd., paints, 
oils, etc 

uirmbach, Geo. R., interments 

ay, Fred. H., musical services 
of 41st Regiment Band 

ecorder Ptg. Co., subscription 
2 copies, 6.00; advertising 
9.80 

eid, Alfred, expenses captur- 
ing eloper 

eilly, Wm., musical services, 
31.00; expenses capturing 
eloper, 16.30; expenses of pa- 
tients at fair, 12.50 

eynolds, W. B., & Co. (con- 
tract), coal, 15 tons, 780 lbs. 
at 3.90, 1819 tons, 780 lbs. at 
4.75, 1,700 lbs. at 5.50, 55 tons, 
820 lbs., 1 1 6.25, 618 tons, 1,355 
lbs., at 6.75, 16 tons, 1,570 lbs., 
at 7.00, 5 tons, 920 lbs., at 
8.00 

itchie, F. J., cigars, 10 boxes 
at 1.75, 6 boxes at 85c; 
croquet set, 1 at 3.25; sub- 
scription to sundry maga- 
zines, 59.25; tennis balls, y 2 
doz. at 6.00; pipes, 1 doz. at 
3.00 

ochester Germicide Co., drink- 
ing fountains, 2 at 4.50 

oss, D. W„ lamb, 555 lbs. at 
lie 

oss, Geo. & Co., plumbing sup- 
plies 

udd, Chas. R. & Co., mitts, 2 
doz. at 5.00, y 3 doz. at 3.00, 2 
doz. at 2.50; blankets, 11 prs. 
at 2.50, 2 prs. at 3.50; halters, 

II at 1.25, 1 at 1.50; bells, 2 

, strings at 2.50, 1 string 
at 2.00; harness, 1 set 
at 25.00; repairs to harness, 

,94.88; whips, 3 at 1.25; hoods, 
2 at 2.50; robe, 1 at 13.00; 

I webbing, 65 yds. at 9c 

t. Catharines Cold Storage & 

i Forwarding Co., spraying 
supplies 

|t. Lawrence Produce Co. ( con- 
tract), butter, 9,638 lbs. at 

!24y 2 c; eggs, 357 doz. at 26c, 
720 doz. at 27c, 540 doz. at 

'28c, 360 doz. at 30c, 180 doz. 
at 31c, 180 doz. at 35c, 540 

| doz. at 38c, 180 doz. at 37c; 

! apples, 2 bbls. at 4.00 



51 56 

270 00 

205 90 

111 41 
40 00 

20 00 

15 80 

2 00 

59 80 



13,390 36 



91 10 
9 00 

61 05 
2 50 



207 73 
155 26 



3,308 53 



Sanders, Jas. L. P., prunes, 

1,000 lbs. at 8%c 87 50 

Seekings, Geo., prunes, 500 lbs. 
at 9^c, 300 lbs. at 9c; soap, 
2 boxes at 4.10, 1 box at 4.15; 
currants, 86 lbs. at 7%c; 
blacking, 3 doz. at 1.00; pails, 
1 doz. at 2.00; biscuits, 77% 
lbs. at 8c; beans, 4 bus. at 
2.90; canned fruit, 4 doz. at 
2.40, 4 doz. at 1.20; evaporated 
apples, 200 lbs. at liy 2 c; jam, 
126 lbs. at 8%c; sago, 159 lbs. 
at 6c; pickles, 1 doz. at 2.90; 
syrup, 768 lbs. at 4}4c; rice, 
500 lbs. at 3.90, 500 lbs. at 
3.70, 500 lbs. at 3.83; tobacco, 
45 lbs. at 45c; sapolio, 2 
boxes at 3.00; canned vege- 
tables, 2 doz. at 1.25, 4 doz. 
at 1.12y 2 , 4 doz. at 1.75, 4 doz. 
at 1.30; raisins, 56 lbs. at SV 2 c, 
168 lbs. at 9c; sugar, 1,000 lbs. 
at 5.60, 1,000 lbs. at 5.20, 1,500 
lbs. at 5.10, 500 lbs. at 5.50; 
coffee, 155% lbs. at 25c; corn 
starch, 40 lbs. at 8^0; vine- 
gar, 31 gals, at 25c; tobacco, 
24 lbs. at 48c, 30 lbs. at 46c; 
lobster, 1 doz. at 3.15; biscuits, 
17 lbs. at 8c; cornmeal, 1 bag 
at 3.00 626 54 

Shaver, A. E., sugar, 2,000 lbs. 
at 5.75, 500 lbs. at 5.65, 2,500 
lbs. at 5.25, 1,500 lbs. at 4.85; 
rice, 1,050 lbs. at 4c, 500 lbs. 
at 4y 5 c; starch, 200 lbs. at 
6%c; soap, 2 cases at 4.25, 1 
case at 4.20; currants, 82 lbs. 
at 7^4c, 87 lbs. at 8%c; wash- 
ing blue, 28 lbs. at 13c; 
raisins, 10 lbs. at 12%c; 
canned fruit, 2 doz. at 2.60, 2 
doz. at 3.25, 2 doz. at 3.00; 
washing soda, 375 lbs. at 
l%c; vinegar, 41 gals, at 23c; 
figs, 97 lbs. at 5%c; sun- 
dries, 5.10; raisins, 28 lbs. at 
8c, 48 lbs. at 12%c; tobacco, 
48 lbs. at 48c, 75 lbs. at 46c; 
sapolio, 1 case at 3.00; bis- 
cuits, 4414 lbs. at 8c; shelled 
almonds, 6 lbs. at 40c; sar- 
dines, 25 tins at 12%c; shred- 
ded wheat, 1 case at 3.85; corn 
starch, 40 lbs. at 7%c, 40 lbs. 
at 6%c; syrup, 628 lbs. at 
3%c; tapioca, 186 lbs. at 7%c 621 46 

Sheridan & Power, watering 
cans, 2 at 1.00; coal oil, 209% 
gals, at 20c; mixing pans, 1 
at 3.50, 1 at 4.00; pans, 6 at 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Brockville. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



80c, 6 at 1.00, 50 at 25c, 6 at 
1.25; boiler, 1 at 2.50; bread 
pans, 100 at 25c; sad-irons, 
12 at 40c; iron hardware, 
18.64; repairs to utensils, 8.55; 
gas lamps, 3 at 75c; milk 
can, 1 at 5.50; garbage pails, 2 
at 3.50; wash boiler, 1 at 2.00; 

pails, 6 at 30c 160 36 

Sherwood, Geo. E., apples, 3 

bus. at 1.00 3 00 

Simpson, R. Co., Ltd., gloves, 
6 prs. at 1.50; tennis balls, 2 
doz. at 4.20; tennis net, 1 at 
3.50; tennis racquets, 2 at 
2.00; table, 1 at 19.00; base- 
balls, 6 at 1.00; ball bats, 6 at 
85c; lawn bowls, 2 sets at 
4.25; cricket balls, 5 at 1.25; 
cricket bats, 2 at 4.00, 1 at 

3.75 . . 81 50 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., 
Ltd., machines, 1 at 40.00, 1 at 

35.00 75 00 

Skinner, W. E., apples, 20 bus. 

at 1.00 20 00 

Smart, Jas., Mfg. Co., Ltd., 
sharpening lawn mowers, 
15.00; table castings, 1 set at 
1.50; castings, 215 lbs. at 
4%c; iron hardware, 17.64; 

tailor's iron, 1 at 1.30 45 12 

Smith, E. D„ jam, 18 doz. at 
88c, 6 doz. at 96c, 6 doz. at 
67c; less freight and discount 
3 18 22 44 

Smith, E. T.,' salt, 1 bbl. at 3.00, 
soap, 2 boxes at 4.25; salmon, 
4 doz. at 3.00; starch, 100 lbs. 
at 7.40; sago, 304 lbs. at 6c; 
jam, 84 lbs. at 8c; sundries, 
9.25; tobacco, 60 lbs. at 46c; 
lard, 200 lbs. at 16%c; rice, 
500 lbs. at 4 1 / 4c; tapioca, 382 
lbs. at 7%c; pepper, 25 lbs. at 

20c 180 11 

Smith, G. A., trav. expenses. ... 8 20 

Soper, Allan, potatoes, 100 bus. 

at 1.30 130 00 

Stafford, W., straw, 5 ton, 1,551 

lbs., at 6.00 34 65 

Stagg, Fred A., fish, 11,000 lbs. 
at 7%c, 190 lbs. at 10c; 
fillets, 120 lbs. at 15c; bacon, 
320% lbs. at 20c; ham, 353% 

lbs. at 20c 996 73 

Stacey, B. D., mantles, 1 doz. at 
3.60, 3 doz. at 2.25, 1 doz. at 
1.75; bracket lamps, 2 at 3.25; 
rubber packing, 23% lbs. at 
40c, 32% lbs at 50c, 7 lbs. at 
1.00; grindstone, 1 at 5.00; 
sink bracket, 3 pr. at 1.00; 



kettles, 4 at 2.50, 1 at 1.75, 

1 at 1.50, 2 at 1.25; scrub 
brushes, 6 doz. at 1.50; igni- 
tors, 1 doz. at 3.60; cream 
polish, 6 boxes at 50c; dish 
pans, 4 at 1.75, 1 at 3.00; 
gasoline, 40 gals, at 25c; pad- 
locks, 4 at 50c; shovels, 

2 at 1.50, 2 at 1.15, % 
doz. at 8.25, 1 doz. at 8.26; 
repairs to xawn mowers, 
13.60; boiler tins, 30 at 10c; 
bellows, 2 at 90c; shank 
drills, 8 at 10c, 4 at 15c, 4 at 
25c, 4 at 45c, 4 at 60c, 2 at 
70c, 2 at 75c; razors, 5 at 
1.50, 3 at 1.25, 3 at 85c; iron 
hardware, etc., 156.07; paints, 
oils, etc., 29.11; plaster paris, 
2 bbl. at 3.50; coffee percola- 
tor, 1 at 5.00; thermometer, 1 
at 1.50; pie plates, 2 doz. at 
1.30; globes, 2 at 1.50; mops, 2 
doz. at 2.25; 1 doz. at 1.75, 1 
doz. at 1.50, 1 doz. at 1.25; 
clothes baskets, 1 doz. at 
18.00; rubber tubing, 100 ft. at 
18c; boilers, 4 at 75c, 2 at 
1.20, 1 at 1.75, 1 at 1.25; food 
chopper, 1 at 1.50; solder, 5% 
lbs. at 30c; trimmers, 1 pr. at 
1.50; shears, 1 pr. at 1.50; 
tape line, 1 at 2.75; sieve, 1 at 
1.25; valves, 1 at 1.00; prun- 
ing saw, 1 at 1.25; tacks, 4 
doz. at 35c, 4 doz. at 32c; 
waxing brushes, 5 doz. at 1.35; 
saws, 3 at 1.25, 1 at 1.35, 1 at 
2.75; whitewash brushes, 6 at 
40c; door hangers, 1 doz. at 
1.25; spading forks, 3 at 90c, 
3 at 1.15; spades, 3 at 75c; 
glass, 1 case at 5.00; sheet 
packing, 17 lbs. at 50c; rope, 
14% lbs. at 14c; slop jar, 1 at 
1.40; steels, 2 at 60c; ice axe, 

1 at 2.25; ice saw, 1 at 2.75; 
bread knives, 2 at 75c; pots, 

2 at 1.40; pitchers, 2 at 1.20, 

2 at 85c; brooms, 6 at 25c; 
key rings, 3 at 75c; glue, 4 
qts. at 85c, 5 lbs. at 20c; 
hooks, 6 doz. at 20c; fork 
handles, 3 doz. at 2.25; rakes, 
1 doz. at 9.00, 1 doz. at 8.50; 
lantern burners, 1 doz. at 
1.50, 1 doz. at 1.40; axes, 1 at 
1.25, 2 at 1.15; lace leather, 
5% lbs. at 1.00; manure forks, 

3 at 1.00; baskets, 4 at 1.65; 
quilt frames, 6 sets at 30c; 
washers, 200 at 1.00; wire 
cloth, 33 1-3 yds. at 25c; tape 
line, 1 at 2.75; brushes, 1 at 



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Hospital for the Insane, Brockville.— Continued. 

Expenses.— Continued. 



ca 



1.00, 6 at 45c, 3 at 1.15, 3 at 
1.20, % doz. at 3.00; ice tongs, 

1 at 2.00, 1 at 1.40; picks, 6 at 
75c; pick handles, 6 at 25c; 
pudding moulds, 3 at 90c, 

2 at 1.25; ice cream freezer, 
1 at 3.50, 1 at 3.00; bowls, 

3 at 50c; hay forks, 1 doz. at 
5.75; drill 1 at 2.50; hoes, 
1 doz. at 5.50; forks, 1 doz. 
at 2.50; post hole augers, 

1 at 1.25, 1 at 2.15; wrench, 1 
at 1.00; knives, 2 doz. at 5.25; 
carving set, 1 at 3.00; wire, 
52 lbs. at 4c .; wheelbarrows, 

2 at 2.50; straw cutter, 1 at 
3.50; sheet copper, 14% lbs. at 
35c; brass locks, 1 doz. at 
11.00; slicing knife, 1 at 1.50; 
lanterns, 6 at 75c; tea chest, 

1 at 1.35; platters, 1 at 1.25, 

2 at 90c; spoons, 3 doz. at 
2.75, 1 doz. at 3.50, 1 doz. 3.00; 
paris green, 150 lbs. at 28c; 
hose, 35% ft. at 17c; scales, 
1 set at 5.00; binder twine, 
120 lbs. at 10y 2 c; pudding 
dishes, 2 at 75c; hammers, 2 
at 85c; staples, 50 lbs. at 5c; 
horse clippers, 1 pr. at 1.50; 
lantern wicks, 6 pkgs. at 35c; 
pans, 2 doz. at 5.00; baskets, 2 
doz. at 1.75; carving knives, 

3 at 1.00; pails, 1 at 1.00 

tacey, J. N„ maple syrup, 50 

gals, at 1.00 

tayner, G. P., drugs, chemicals, 

etc 

tewart, H. A., professional ser- 
vices, etc 

tewart, J. A., trav. expenses., 
tewart, J. H., & Son, sausage, 
78 lbs. at 12%c; veal, 19V 2 
lbs. at 12%c; mutton, 29V 2 
lbs. at 20c; geese, 10V 2 lbs. at 
15c; lambs, % at 2.50, 67y>lbs. 
at 20c; chicken, 88% lbs. at 

20c 

tratton, R., blacksmithing 

jtratton, R. T., musical services 

[tratton, S. E., eggs, 3 doz. at 

| 30c; 4 doz. at 25c; 4 doz. at 

22y 2 c, liy 2 doz. at 22c; 7% 

doz. at 23c 

undry newspapers, advertising 
wartz, A. H., interments, 
160.00; desk, 1 at 29.50; ex- 
celsior, 90 lbs. at 3y 2 c; stitch- 
ing twine, 12 lbs. at 67c; cot- 
ton tufts, 5 lbs. at 80c; sun- 
dries, 10.15; hair, 900 lbs. at 
41c; leather, 5 lbs. at 30c; 
; tables, 1 at 20.00 



785 


92 


50 


00 


215 


37 


16 
3 


00 
30 



53 43 
15 50 
31 00 



7 05 
69 13 



605 34 



Sykes, A. G., egg cups, 2 doz. at 
30c; basins, 1 doz. at 6.00; 
bowls, 10 doz. at 95c; jugs, 
1 doz. at 6.60; ewers, 1 doz. at 
6.00; chambers, 1 doz. at 7.80; 
plates, 10 doz. at 80c, 10 doz. 
, at 70c; glass stands, y, doz. 
at 9.00 

Tackaberry, H., ice, 445.35; 
eggs, 3 doz. at 40c, 4 doz. at 
35c, 4 doz. at 30c 

Taylor, John, & Co., Ltd., soap, 
1,083 lbs. at 6.85 

Thompson, J., eggs, 60 doz. at 
23y 2 c, 210 doz. at 22y 2 c, 216 
doz. at 24c 

Thompson, Ross, repairs to im- 
plements 

Toronto Laundry Machine Co., 
Ltd., laundry repairs 

Tuft, J., straw, 1 ton, 1,875 lbs. 
at 6.25 

Tugwell, H. C, & Co., Ltd., photo 
supplies 

Turner, G., musical services . . . 

Twin City Oil Co., Ltd., paint, 
oils, etc 

Walker, W., steel mats, 2 at 2.50 

Warner, Fred., vinegar, 10 gals, 
at 25c 

Warner, Wm, musical services. 

Watchorn & Co., flannel, 46 yds. 
at 35c; druggett, 8514 yds. at 
35c; tweed, 420% yds. at 55c; 
blanketing, 20 yds. at 1.05; 
yarn, 186 lbs. at 45c; less dis- 
count, 18.63 

Webster, John, cheese, 1,013 lbs. 
at 15c, 661 lbs. at 15y,c, 1,016 
lbs. at 16c, 1,387 lbs. at 14%c. 

West Disinfecting Co., liquid 
soap, 2 gals, at 2.75; soap 
dispensers, 2 at 3.00 

West, Taylor, Bickle & Co., Ltd., 
brooms, 8 doz. at 4.50, 10 doz. 
at 5.00, 6 doz. at 5.50; less 
freight, 2.21 

Whalen, M. E., trav. expenses.. 

Whittenberger, David, gas 
savers, 2 at 1.00; gas lighters, 
3 at 25c 

Whyte Packing Co. (contract), 
butter, 6,105 lbs. at 24%c. 
8,060 lbs. at 27%c; eggs, 
1,740 doz. at 25c, 150 doz. at 
24c, 150 dozen, at 26c, 870 
doz. at 28c, 930 dozen at 29c. . 
Williams, James, drugs, chem- 
icals, etc mmmm 

Wilson, Geo., milk cans, 2 at 
4.45 , 

Winer, J., & Co., Ltd., disinfect- 
ants, 84 gals, at 55c 



56 00 



449 


15 


74 


18 


113 


19 


23 


90 


106 


20 


12 


10 


12 

42 


95 

00 


41 
5 


64 

00 


2 

58 


50 

00 



363 15 

619 10 

11 50 



116 79 

5 75 



2 75 



4,767 36 

160 38 

8 90 

46 20 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for the Insane. Brockville.— Continued, 



Wiser, J. P., & Sons, Ltd., spirits 
for medical use 

Wright, H. B., & Co., oysters, 6 
qts. at 65c.; lemons, 25 doz. at 
30c, 4 doz. at 25c, 2 cases at 
3.50, 2 cases at 3.75, 2 cases at 
4.00, 1 case at 5.25; bananas, 5 
bunches at 2.25, 8 bunches at 
2.35, 11 bunches at 2.50; 
oranges, 5 cases at 3.25, 3 
cases at 3.50, 7 cases at 4.00, 
2 cases at 4.25, 1 case at 5.50; 
cranberries, 1 bbl. at 10.50; 
figs, 26 lbs. at 15c; candy, 200 
lbs. at 20c; pine apples, 2 doz. 
at 3.00, 1 doz. at 2.75; salt, 
10 bags at 1.15; peaches, 8 
baskets at 60c, 5 baskets at 
80c; sundries, 11.17; ice 
cream, 1 gal. at 2.00, 22 gals, 
at 1.60; nuts, 200 lbs. at 18c; 
grapes, 1 bbl. at 6.50; grape 
fruit, 1 box at 3.50; berries, 
64 boxes at 9c; 27 boxes at 
16c, 27 boxes at 15%c, 2 
baskets at 1.35; cherries, 7 
baskets at 1.35 

Wright, Robt., & Co., gloves, 5-6 
doz. at 9.00; braces, 1 doz. at 
3.00; corsets, 4 doz. at 10.50, 
1 doz. at 10.00, 1 pr. at 2.00, 
1 pr. at 1.75; table linen, 564% 
yds. at 50c, 9 yds. at 1.50, 4 
yds. at 1.80, 2iy 2 yds. at 75c; 
lawn, 48 yds. at 15c; towels, 
8 doz. at 3.00, 4 doz. at 3.75, 2 
doz. at 5.40, 4 doz. at 4.00, 1 
doz. at 6.50, 1 doz. at 3.50, % 
doz. at 7.28; ties, 41 at 15c; 
tapestry, 4% yds. at 2.50, 4% 
yds. at 3.50; corset laces, 1 
gross at 2.00; tubs, 9 at 98c; 
thread, 27 gross at 5.75; towel- 
ling, 406% yds. at 12c, 200V 2 
yds. at 12%c; boot laces, 40 
gross at 1.00; cheesecloth, 
580% yds. at 5c; handker- 
chiefs, 2 doz. at 1.50, 2 doz. at 
1.75; aprons, 12 at 45c, 2 at 
1.15, 6 at 50c, 3 at 75c, 2 at 
60c, 6 at 40c; sundries, 
122.56; buttons, 24 gross at 
90c, 5 gross at 2.00, 2% gross 
at 2.10; ticking, 651 yds. at 
25c; hose, 3 doz. at 2.00, 6 doz. 
at 3.00; cups and saucers, 2 
doz. at 2.75, 22V 2 doz. at 40c, 
1 doz. at 1.50, 23 doz. at 85c, 
10 doz. at 45c, % doz. at -5.40, 
10 doz. at 80c; note paper, 4 
doz. at 1.75, 2 doz at 1.80; 
needles, 3,000 at 2.00, 1,000 at 
1.75; wash boards, 1 doz. at 



Expenses. — Continued. 

3.85, 1 doz. at 3.00; quilts, 72 
74 44 at 1.60, 44 at 1.65, 1% doz. at 

21.00; pie dishes, 1 at 4.25, 1 
at 1.25; blankets, 1 pr. at 3.50; 
tape, 5 rolls at 35c; suspen- 
ders, 2 doz. at 3.00; ribbon, 64 
yds. at 15c, 5 yds. at 25c; 
collars, 11 doz. at 1.50; clouds, 
6 at 50c; dress goods, 6 yards 
at 50c; fly net, 48 yds. at 6c, 
48 yds. at 10c; toilet paper, 1 
case at 4.00, 1 case at 3.75, 1 
case at 7.50; butcher linen, 245 
yds. at 25c; ornaments, 15 at 
50c; pillows, 2 at 75c, 5 prs. 
at 3.00; plates, 1 doz. at 1.95, 
1 doz. at 1.75, 1 doz. at 1.60, 

5 doz. at 50c, 3 doz. at 65c, 
4 doz. at 95c, 8 doz. a 80c; 
bowls, 23 at 90c, 10 at 70c; 
underwear, 2 doz. at 3.00; 
table oils, 14 pes. at 4.50; 
scrim, 202 yds. at 25c, 389% 
yds. at 30c; flannel, 61% yds. 
at 15c; flannelette, 180% yds. 
at 14c, 155 yds. at 12c; tumb- 

371 23 lers > 30 doz. at 50c, 1 doz. at 

1.50, 10 doz. at 39c, 8 doz. at 
45c; playing cards, 2 doz. at 
1.50; belts, 2 doz. at 3.00, 1 
doz. at 1.00; print, 28% yds. at 
lie; toothbrushes, 1 doz. at 
3.00; vegetable dishes, 9 at 
1.00, 42 at 45c; 2 at 1.75, 6 at 
55c; combs, 88 doz. at 1.00, 
24 doz. at 90c; rug, 1 at 3.00; 
mats, 3 at 2.50, 2 at 5.00; plat- 
ters, 1 at 1.90; wool caps, 3 
at 75c; salt cellars, 2 doz. at 
1.00, 2 doz. at 1.50; shirts, 2 
at 1.00; dresses, 2 at 1.90, 1 at 
5.50, hair pins, 10 lbs. at 15c; 
elastic, 2 doz. yds. at 1.00; 
shirting, 174% yds. at 16c, 
114% yds. at 15c, 164% yds. 
at lie, 246 yds. at 18c; cur- 
tain net, 49 yds. at 30c, 28 
yds. at 65c, 51 yds. at 25c, 
8 yds. at 1.00; batts, 1 bale at 
10.50, 1 bale at 9.00; curtains, 
36 pr. at 3.25, 4 pr. at 7.50, 
4 pr. at 2.50, 5 pr. at 9.00, 
3 pr. at 4.00, 2 pr. at 4.25; 
picture books, 3 doz. at 75c; 
gravy boats, 1 doz. at 2.25; 
sheeting, 37 yds. at 45c; 
basins, 6 at 90c ; chamber sets, 

6 at 90c; clothes baskets, 11 
at 90c, 12 at 1.00; madras, 
61 yds. at 25c; lamps, 3 at 
60c; shawls, 2 at 2.50; hat, 1 
at 3.75; cotton, 120 yds. at 
10c, 70 yds. at 19c, 221 yds. at 



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161 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for the Insane, Brockville. — Continued. 



lie; hampers, 3 at 5.00; tow- 
els, 10 doz. at 3.50, 2 doz. at 
4.75; shawls, 30 at 3.50, 1 at 
1.73; gimp, 6 doz. at 50c; 
butter dishes, 6 at 75c; 
blouses, 1 at 1.75, 1 at 1.39, 

1 at 1.50, 1 at 1.00; wrappers, 

2 at 1.50; pitchers, 12 at 45c, 
6 at 25c; chambers, 6 at 45c; 
sealers, 13 doz. at 89c, 2 doz. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



at 79c, 3 doz. at 98c; napkins, 
1 doz. at 4.80; jardinieres, 1 
at 1.50, 1 at 1.95; brooches, 
1 doz. at 3.00; trays, 1 doz. at 
8.00; pique, 14 yds. at 30c; 
cretonne, 32% yds. at 50c . . 

Wood, W. H., stone boat, 1 at 
2.50, 2 at 3.50; lime, 1,169 bus. 
at 23.38 

Young, Wm, ash lifter 



2,991 09 



32 88 
2 50 



Hospital for the Insane, Cobourg. 

Salaries ($12,467.86). 



r. J. Moher, M.D.: 


Twelve months' salary 


H. C. S. Elliott, M.D. 




do 


Mary Snider: 




do 


Wm. Cochrane: 




do 


Minnie Grosjean: 


Six 


do 


L. Gurd: 


Twelve 


do 


John McDonough: 




do 


Thos. Miles: 




do 


Andrew McGwan: 




do 


John May: 


Six 


do 


Jas. Brewster: 




do 


E. Gunn: 


Twelve 


do 


Supervisors : 






Nurses: 






Cooks: 






|Maids: 






[Laundresses: 






Seamstresses : 






Stokers: 






Temporary Assistance: 





Superintendent 2,600 00 



Consulting Physician 

Trained Nurse , 

Bursar 

ClerJ[ 

Matron 

Baker 

Engineer 

Gardener 

Carpenter 

do 

Chief Attendant .... 



250 00 
480 00 

1,125 00 
150 00 
500 00 
700 00 
700 00 
600 0; 
150 00 
145 83 
300 00 
721 00 

1,323 45 
575 70 
318 57 
433 78 
192 00 

1,172 72 
29 81 



Agricultural Society, admission 
of patients to fair 

|Vllen, W. L. & Co., leather belt- 
ng, 112 ft. at 17c, 34 ft. at 

i 33c; lace leather, 3% lbs. at 
1.00; hose, 50 ft. at 10c; iron, 

; hardware, etc, 16.93; rubber 

I packing, 5 lbs. at 30c; shovel. 

! 1 at 1.15 

\lmerican Journal of Insanity, 

I subscription 

American Medico-Psychological 

j Association, annual dues . . . 

dteaux Dyestuff & Chemical 
Co., Ltd., sal soda, 675 lbs. 

\ at 90c; soap, 912 lbs. at 7c; 

; ammonia powder, 126 lbs. at 

; 3c 

Sell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
j struments, 109.53; messages, 

7.55 

Ilowen, J. S., & Co., matches, 1 

gro 

Jowen, S., musical services.... 
11 P. A. 



Expenses ($13,345.35). 

Bradshaw, Thos., eggs, 33% doz. 
• 5 00 at 20c; turkey, 50% lbs. at 

22c 

Bray, James, lamb, 104 lbs. at 
12c, 136 lbs. at 14c; pork, 
209% at 12c; chicken, 1 at 

60c 

Brinning, W. J., repairing 
58 59 shoes, 1.75; boots, 1 pr. at 

2.50, 12 pr. at 1.35 

5 25 Brock, W. R., Co., Ltd., print, 

1,066 yds. at 10c; lawn, 48 
5 00 yds. at 18%c; sheeting, 333% 

yds. at 22%c; shirting, 132 
yds. at 15c, 296 yds. at 14c, 
115^4 yds. at 13%c; linen, 65 
yds. at 25c, 24 yds. at 75c; 
73 70 pillow cotton, 104y 2 yds. at 

16c, 72% yds. at 22y 2 c; but- 
tons, 6 gro. at 1.00; towels, 
117 08 2 doz. at 6.00; vesting, 49 

yds. at 15c; flannelette, 592% 
1 00 yds. at lie; cotton, 135% 

3 00 yds. at 10c, 62 yds. at 16c; 



17 80 



56 30 



20 45 



162 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Cobourg. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



sundries, 13.51; crash, 104% 
yds. at 12 %c, 53% yds. at 
ll%c; scrim, 104% yds. at 
17%c; less discount, 7.51 .. 

Bursar, to pay sundries 

Calnan, J., pork, 26 lbs. at 10c, 
36% lbs. at 12c 

Canada Preserving Co., Ltd., 
jam, 30 lbs. at 8y 2 c, 30 lbs. 
at 10%c, 60 lbs. at 12%c... 

Canadian Express Co., express 
charges 

Canadian H. W. Johns Manville 
Co., Ltd., flax packing, 6% 
lbs. at 35c 

Canadian Laundryman, sub- 
scription, 2 years 

Canadian Northern Express Co., 
express charges 

Canadian Pacific Ry. Co.'s Tele- 
graph, messages 

Canadian Printing Co., printing 

Cann, Samuel, ice, 163 tons at 
80c 

Carson, Allie, potatoes, 19 bus. 
10 lbs. at 93y 3 c, 4 bags 30 
lbs. at 93c 

Central Prison Industries, blan- 
kets, 133 lbs. at 50c; wrap- 
pers, etc, 3.55; yarn, 100 lbs. 
at 50c; brooms, 2 doz. at 
4.00 

Chisholm, Thos., services, mow- 
ing grass, 6 hrs. at 33^c 
per hr 

Chisholm, Win., services of 
man and team, 66% hrs. at 
40c per hr., 26.60; mowing 
grass, 6 hrs. at 33y 3 c per 
hr., 2.00" 

Cobourg Cemetery Co.,, inter- 
ments 

Cobourg Utilities Corporation, 
Ltd., electric current, 409.73; 
water rates, 391.23; gas, 7.20 

Cobourg, Town of, taxes 

Cobourg World, subscription 3 
yrs., 3.00; advtg., 75c 

Cochrane, W., trav. expenses.. 

Coleman Baking Powder Co., 
Ltd., baking powder, 4 doz. 
tins at 4.03% 

Craig, R. J., stationery 

Crossen Car Mfg. Co., repairs to 
buildings 

Dandy, M., musical services... 

Day, W. C, cherries, 6 bas. at 
1.00 

Delahaye, G., diamond cleanser, 
5 cases at 2.75 

DeLany, W., Jr., watch, 1 at 
3.00; clock, 1 at 1.25; repairs 



482 07 

5 56 

6 98 



13 


20 


13 


b5 


2 


19 


2 


00 




45 


2 
12 


24 
31 



130 40 
22 02 

128 05 
2 00 



28 


60 


41 


00 


808 
3 


16 
29 


3 75 

4 20 


16 
31 


15 

55 


1 
10 


09 
00 


6 


00 


13 


75 



to clocks, 1.50; dinner bell, 1 

at 2.00 7 75 

Denton, D., seeds, etc 36 61 

Doody, M., musical services.... 14 00 

Dundas, A. R., toilet paper, 2 
cases at 5.50; strainer, 1 at 
1.25; boiler, 1 at 1.50; step- 
ladder, 1 at 1.25; preserve 
kettle, 1 at 1.15, 1 at 1.75; 
sad irons, 96 lbs. at 5%c; 
pitchers, 6 at 75c; grate, 1 at 
2.50; rubber plunger, 1 at 
1.50; floats, 4 at 40c; sun- 
dries, 22.10; food chopper, 1 
at 1.25; sieves, 2 at 75c; 
steamer, 1 at 2.50; trays, 2 at 
95c; pails, 4 at 40c; fire- 
clay, 1 sack at 1.25; putz 
cream, 1 gal. at 1.75 67 13 

Elevator Specialty Co., Ltd., 
valve cups, 12 at 65c 7 80 

Ewart, D., shoes, 1 pr. at 2.25; 
12 pr. at 1.35 18 45 

Farrow, F. W., tuning piano... 2 50 

Fleischmann, The, Co., yeast, 

75%~ lbs. at 30c 22 65 

Floyd, W. H., shoes, 60 prs. at 
1.25, 5 prs. at 1.00, 2 prs. at 
2.00, 1 pr. at 1.50; rubber 
boots, 1 pr. at 3.50; laces, 1 
gro. at 1.25, 1 gro. at 1.00... 91 25 

Fox, M. J., musical services.. . . 6 00 

Free, H. R., cheese, 476 lbs. at 
14%c 69 02 

George, Robert, seeds, plants, 
etc 20 86 

Gillard, Jas., blinds, 2 at 60c, 
6 at 65c; turpentine, 6 gal. 
at 1.00; sundries, 1.55 12 61 

Gliddon, Mrs. A., services un- 
packing and moving furni- 
ture 3 51 

Gould, A. J., drugs, chemicals, 
etc 1 4i 

Grand Trunk Railway, freight 

charges 20 3! 

Guillet, E., bacon, 8 6-16 lbs. at 
21c, 29 lbs. at 20c; flavoring 
extract, 2 pts. at 1.00; apples, 
4 bbls. at 1.75, 2 bbls. at 2.50, 
1 bbl. at 1.00, 4 bu. at 75c; 
cream tartar, 10 lbs. at 32c; 
rice, 208 lbs. at 4c, 50 lbs. at 
4%c; nuts, 10 lbs. at 18c; 
dried apples, 54 lbs. at 7%c, 
197% lbs. at 8c; tobacco, 7 
lbs. at 50c; ham, 24% lbs. at 
18c; pork, 16% lbs. at 15c; 
chicken, 1 pr. at 1.40, 1 pr. at 
1.50; rolled oats, 3 bags at 
2.75; starch, 50 lbs. at 6%c; 
figs, 22% lbs. at 5c, 152 lbs. 
at 6c; maple syrup, 10 gals. 



1911 12 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 


163 


PUBLIC 


INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 






Hospital for 


the 


Insane 


, Cobourg.— Continued. 










Expenses.— 


Continued. 






at 1.25; cbicory, 25. 


lbs. at 






Hooey & Son, canned vegetables, 






12%c, 10 lbs. at 15c; eggs, 






1 doz. at 1.20, 1 doz. at 1.35; 






30 doz. at 23c, 180 


doz. at 






syrup, 344 lbs. at 4%c; 






24c, 55% doz. at 30c, 20V 2 






rolled oats, 2 bags at 2.80; 






doz. at 35c, 3 doz. at 40c, 6 






tobacco, 2 lbs. at 50c; sugar, 






doz. at 27c, 30 doz. 


at 23c, 






300 lbs. at 5.80, 520 lbs. at 5.50, 






567 doz. at 21c, 180 


doz. at 






200 lbs. at 5.15, 200 lbs. at 






20c, 30 doz. at 22c; 


raisins, 






5.00; chicory, 10 lbs. at 16c; 






28 lbs. at 9c; currants, 101 






clothes baskets, 6 at 1.00; 






lbs. at 9c; sundries 


, 60.67; 






cornmeal, 1 bag at 3.00; 






candy, 60 lbs. at 


9%c; 






spirits for medical use, 3.70; 






oranges, 16 2-3 doz. 


at 25c; 






sundries, 10.31; cornflakes, 2 






soap, 500 lbs. at 5%c 


, 32 lbs. 






doz. at 1.10; salt, 1 bbl. at 






at 6%c, 3 boxes at 


4.10, 1 






1.65; coffee, 90 lbs. at 27c; 






box at 3.90; turnips, 10 bu. at 






figs, 32 lbs. at 6c; soap, 4 






40c, 12 bu. at 50c; 


salt, 1 






boxes at 4.25; currants, 20 lbs. 






bbl. at 1.60; baking 
1 doz. tins at 1.75; 


powder, 
berries, 






at 10c 


164 


61 


Howson, G. H., inspection of 




10 boxes at 12%c; 


brooms, 






weights and measures ....... 


7 


00 


1 doz. at 4.80; sugar, 


200 lbs. 






Hunt Bros., Ltd., (contract), 






at 5.45, 200 lbs. at 5.10, 400 






flour, 40 bbls. at 4.90, 181 bbls. 






lbs. at 5.50; ammonia, 


573 lbs. 






at 4.65 


1,037 


00 


at 3c; molasses, 28 


gals, at 






Ireland, M. E., pork, 51 lbs. at 






33c; gelatine, 1 doz. 


at 1.20; 






10c, 69 lbs. at 12c 


13 


38 


cornmeal, 300 lbs. 


at 3c ; 






Irwin, Dr. J. R., professional 






prunes, 98 lbs. at 9% 
flakes, 2 doz. at 1.00 


c ; corn 
plums, 






services 


5 


00 


Johns, O. G., drugs, chemicals, 




15 bas. at 60c 




607 


33 


etc 


155 


27 


Harcourt, E. H., Co., Ltd., print- 


Kelly, Geo. E„ services unpack- 




ing, binding, etc. . . . 




. 7 


15 


ing and moving furniture... 
Kenny, T., & Co., Ltd., tea, 90 


3 


50 


Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., ferti- 






lizer, 700 lbs. at 28.50 


per ton 


9 


98 


lbs. at 20c, 1,100 lbs. at 22c. 


260 


00 


Harvey, T. R., & Son, cups and 






King's Printer, distribution sta- 






saucers, 2 doz. at 90c 


., 6 doz. 






tionery 


25 


20 


at 60c, 2 doz. at 1.00 


; sugar, 






Leonard, E. & Sons, apples, 2 






200 lbs. at 5.85, 300 lbs 


. at 5.90, 






bbls. at 2.75, 2 bbls. at 2.50.. 


10 


50 


200 lbs. at 5.75, 200 lbs 


. at 5.40, 






Leonard, J., apples, 2 bbls. at 






700 lbs. at 5.15, 100 lbs.- at 
5.50; cornmeal, 1 sack at 2.60, 






2.75 


5 


50 


London Asylum, tomatoes, 6 doz. 




1% bbls. at 3.50; rice, 


200 lbs. 






gals, at 2.65 


15 


90 


at 4%c, 50 lbs. at 


4y 2 c; 






Love, M. J. (contract), milk, 






bowls, 2 doz. at 90c; 


jars, 4 






2,086 qts. at 5c, 13,936 qts. at 






doz. at 80c, 4 doz. 


at 1.10; 






5%c; geese, 100 lbs. at 14c; 






sundries, 20.37; pepper, 5 lbs. 






pork, 28 lbs. at lie 


y22 


20 


at 22c; rolled oats, 


3 sacks 






Lowe, Geo., electrical repairs, 






at 2.60; tapioca, 100 
7%c; figs, 30 lbs. 


lbs. at 






etc 


47 


40 


at 6c; 






Macklin, H., potatoes., 30 bags 






canned salmon, % 
3.00; fruit jars, 2 doz. 


doz. at 
at 80c, 






at 1.40 


42 


00 


Maher, W. J., chickens, 9% lbs. 




2 doz. at 90c, 2 doz. at 1.00 . . 
ienderson, S. J., stamping pil- 


173 


37 


at 18c 


1 


76 


Magill, J. N., bread, 1,815 lbs. at 




low shams 




3 


00 


3c 


o4 


45 


rlewson, A. J., hose, 1 


doz. at 






Methodist Book & Pub. House, 






3.00; handkerchiefs, 6 


doz. at 






printing 


4 


20 


60c; dress goods, 9 


yds. at 






Meyer Bros., cotton duck, 4 yds. 






39c * cheesecloth 25 


yds. at 
yds. at 






at 73c 


2 


92 


4y 2 c; towelling, '98% 






Minaker & Co., flannelette, 100 






10c; sundries, 1.91; 


cotton, 






yds. at 12y 2 c, 107% yds. at 






100 yds. at 10c, 71% 


yds. at 






8%c; thread, 1 gro. at 6.60; 






lie; ribbon, 40 yds. 


at 10c; 






oilcloth, 24 yds. at 25c; table 






thread, 12% doz. at 60c; 






linen, 49% yds. at 45c; pins, 






linen, 38y 2 yds. at 30c 


63 


81 


4 doz. papers at 50c; cotton, 







164 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued, 



Hospital for the Insane, Cobourg. — Continued, 



No. 1 



142% yds. at 9%c; sundries, 
5.01; muslin, 37 yds. at 34c; 
hair pins, 2 doz. at 50c 

Mitchell, T. & Sons, (contract), 
beef, 14,954 lbs. at 9%c; 
pork, 168 lbs. at 13c, 41 
lbs. at 12c, 248 lbs. at 
15c, 56 lbs. at 14c; lamb, 
2121/4 lbs. at 15c; lard, 50 lbs. 
at 14c; ham, 39*4 lbs. at 19c; 
mutton, 32 lbs. at lie; bacon, 
37 lbs. at 20c; chicken, 1 pr. 
at 80c, 2 pr. at 1.00, 1 pr. at 
40c, 1 pr. at 90c, 1 pr. at 60c; 
suet, 8 lbs. at 12%c, 6 lbs. at 
10c; turkey, 100 lbs. at 20c; 
tongues, 10 at 25c, 3 at 30c; 
veal, 5 lbs. at 12%c, 84 lbs. at 
14c, 28 lbs. at 15c 1 

Moher, Dr. T. J., trav. expenses 

McArthur, Fred. J., interments, 
138.00; phonograph records, 
4 at 50c; sundries, 25c 

McCallum, P. & Sons, vests, 2 at 
25c; oilcloth, 24 yds. at 25c; 
drawers, 2 at 25c; hose, 2 at 
25c; sundries, 3.24 

McGowan, Andrew, apples, 6 bbls. 
at 2.00 

McLean Publishing Co., Ltd., 
subscription to Canadian ' 
Grocer 

News Publishing Co., Ltd., sub- 
scription to Toronto News . . . 

Newton, John, cartage 

Nichols, M. C, sausage, 575 lbs. 
at 12%c; cornmeal, 2 bags at 
2.30; sapolio, 1% doz. at 1.08; 
cornstarch, 40 lbs. at 6%c; 
canned salmon, 1 doz. at 2.40; 
currants, 20 lbs. at 8^4c, 40 
lbs. at 8%c, 20 lbs. at 9c; 
starch, 56 lbs. at 7c; sal soda, 
450 lbs. at l^c; canned vege- 
tables, 5 doz. at 1.25, 4 doz. at 
1.20; mustard, 3 lbs. at 45c; 
sundries, 34.03; soap, 728 lbs. 
at 6c, 692 lbs. at 6^4c, 3 boxes 
at 4.25, 724 lbs at 6%c, 191 
lbs. at 7c; coal oil, 10 gals, 
at 18c; syrup, 25 gals, at 42c; 
prunes, 50 lbs. at 10c, 50 lbs. 
at 10%c; tea, 14 lbs. at 25c; 
brooms, 1 doz. at 4.45; lard, 
120 lbs. at 13i/ 2 c, 60 lbs. at 
14%c, 60 lbs. at 16c, 60 lbs. at 
15%c, 80 lbs. at 15y 2 c; jelly 
powder, 2 doz. at 1.00; cheese, 
107 lbs. at 15c 

Nichols, S., stationery 

O'Neil, Jas. N., livery hire . . . 

Ontario Publishing Co., Ltd., 






Expenses.— Continued. 

subscription to Canada 

Lancet, 2 years 4 00 

90 75 Piatt, J. A., eggs, 60 doz. at 24c, 

120 doz. at 25c, 60 doz. at 26c, 

30 doz. at 28c, 30 doz. at 31c 77 70 

Piatt, W. R., eggs, 30 doz. at 30c, 

12 doz. at 32c, 30 doz. at 35c, 

30 doz. at 20c, 30 doz. at 22c; 

turnips, 3 bags at 50c; rolled 

oats, 2 bags at 2.80, 2 bags at 

3.00; tapioca, 50 lbs. at 8c; 

salt, 1 bbl. at 1.75; sugar, 200 

lbs. at 6.00, 500 lbs. at 5.75, 

300 lbs. at 5.50, 300 lbs. at 

5.40; sundries, 11.25; beans, 1 

bus. at 3.00; cornmeal, 1 bag 

at 3.00; peaches, 8 bas. at 1.00 153 49 

Plunkett, Geo. (contract), coal, 

,596 03 665 tons 1,160 lbs. at 3.25, 17 

42 95 tons 600 lbs. at 6.50, 56 tons 

1,655 lbs. at 6.25 2,635 16 

Postmaster, postage stamps, 
140 25 59.00; rent of P.O. box, 3.00.. 62 00 

Roberts, Win., berries, 50 qts. at 
12%c, 30 qts. at 8y 3 c; cur- 
rants, 20 qts. at Sy 3 c, 20 qts. 

10 74 at 10c, 20 qts. at 12V 2 c 

Rooney, J. 1L, fish, 523% lbs. at 

12 00 I2y 2 c, 8% lbs. at 12c, 135 lbs. 

at liy 2 c, 25% lbs. at 15c; 

ciscoes, 7 doz. at 40c, 2 doz. at 

2 00 50c; oysters, 2 qts. at 65c . . . 

Sloan, John & Co., coffee, 100 lbs. 

1 50 at 22c 

12 00 Stevens, J. & Son, Co., Ltd., 

medical supplies 

Strong, C. V., stationery 

Strong & N.ichcls, stationery, 
etc 

Sundry Newspapers, advertising 

Thompson, MacDonald Co., pota- 
toes, 49 4-60 bus. at 50c, 155 
25-60 bus. at 1.00, 35 bus. at 
75c; soap, 407 lbs. at 6%c; 
sugar, 200 lbs. at 6.00, 300 lbs. 
at 5.85, 400 lbs. at 5.65, 400 
lbs. at 5.80, 300 lbs. at 5.70, 
200 lbs. at 5.75; split peas, 1 
bag at 3.25; beans, 4 bus. at 
2.00; figs, 117 lbs. at 6c; ber- 
ries, 48 boxes at ll%c, 48 
boxes at lie, 16 boxes at 12c; 
sundries, 11.70; ginger, 5 lbs. 
at 30c; rolled oats, 3 bags at 
2.60; salt, 2 bbls. at 1.50; 
dried apples, 23? lbs. at 8c; 
cassia, 3 lbs. at 35c; corn- 
flakes, 2 doz. at 1.00; rice, 50 
411 11 lbs. at 4y 2 c 417 02 

2 75 Tinney, R„ berries, 8 boxes at 

20 50 15c; cherries, 1 bas. at 1.00.. 2 20 

Titford, C, freight and cartage 38 20 



14 91 



91 13 

22 00 ! 

18 45 

2 05 I 

9 60 | 

32 00 I 



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165 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for the Insane, Cobourg. — Continued. 



Troop, S., services laying car- 
pets 

Troop, Wm., cornmeal, 2 bags 
at 3.00; apples, 8 bus. at 1.75; 
tapioca, 100 lbs. at 8c; barley, 
1 bag at 3.75 

Twin City Oil Co., paint, oils, 
etc. 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
typewriter supplies 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Walmsley, J. E., Co., Ltd., syrup, 
6 60 369 lbs. at 3%c, 606 lbs. at 

3%c 35 05 

Willard & Co., Ltd., (contract), 
butter, 2,681 lbs. at 24 %c, 

31 75 1,568 lbs. at 28%c 1,106 51 

'io kr Woods, A. E., apples, 5 bbls. at 

66 bb 2.50 12 50 

1 00 



Hospital for Insane, Hamilton. 



Salaries ($62,107.09). 



W.M.English, M.D.: Twelve months' salary as 

P. MacNaughton, M.D.: do 

John Webster, M.D.: do 

Edwin T. Jeffries, M.D.: do 

W. A. Marshall,M.D.: Four and one-halt do 

Edward Fidler, M.D.: Ten 

Kenneth T. MacLean: Seven and one-half 



B. Way: 


Twelve months' salary 


A. Murray: 




do 


J. J. McGannon: 




do 


Kathleen Regan : 




do 


Ella Bucklee: 


Nine 


do 


Sarah Shand: 


Twelve 


do 


Mrs. Robertson: 




do 


Minnie McKenty: 




do 


M. Mitchell: 


Three 


do 


Wm. Dailey: 


Twelve 


do 


Robert Leslie: 




do 


Wm. Scott: 




do 


Wm. McClure: 




do 


Wm. Harper: 




do 


Jas. Ironsides: 




do 


A. Rankin: 




do 


Thos. Lawlor: 




do 


N. Reid: 




do 


Wm. Addison: 


Ten 


do 


L. Edmund's: 


Twelve 


do 


Wm. Nash: 




do 


Frank Regan: 




do 


N. Elliott: 




do 


Wm. Murdock: 




do 


R. H. Ruston: 




do 


R. Salter: 




do 


I. Scanlon: 


Five and one-half 


do 


Alfred Coates: 


Twelve 


do 


L. Plank: 


Five 


do 


Thos. Black: 


Twelve 


do 


Wm. Griffin: 




do 


Wm. H. Wood: 


Seven 


dp 


?has. Lampard: 


Six 


do 


p. Schooley: 


Two 


do 


^hief Attendants 


(Male) : 




Supervisors 


do 




attendants: 






?hief Attendants 


(Female) : 




Supervisors 


do 




Mirses: 







Superintendent 2 

Asst. Superintendent 1, 

Physician 1 

do 



Pathologist 

Physician 

Bursar 

Clerk 

Storekeeper 

Stenographer 

do 

Matron 

Asst. Matron 

do 

Stenographr 

Tailor 

Shoemaker 

Laundryman 

Baker 

Butcher 

Engineer 

do (pump house) 

Asst. Engineer 

Carpenter 

Asst. Carpenter 

Painter 

Mason 

Farmer 

Asst. Farmer 

Gardener 

Asst. Gardener 

Cowman 

Plowman 

Farmhand 

do 

Stableman 

Messenger 

Farmhand 

do 

do 



600 00 
500 00 
300 00 
949 00 
347 50 
583 00 
552 50 
1,600 00 
1,100 00 
1,200 00 
420 00 
315 00 
600 00 
360 00 
360 00 
75 00 
650 00 
550 00 
600 00 
650 00 
600 00 
800 00 
480 00 
550 00 
650 00 
541 00 
600 00 
650 00 
750 00 
600 00 
750 00 
600 00 
384 00 
147 60 
360 00 
130 00 
308 00 
360 00 
175 
157 
48 
722 70 
3,996 33 
.3,708 62 
293 29 
3,151 38 
6,415 81 



00 
50 
33 



166 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital ior the Insane, Hamilton. — Continued. 



Salaries. — Continued. 



Cooks: 

Maids: 

Laundresses: 

Seamstresses: 

Stokers: 

Temporary Assistance: 



Adams, A. A., matches, 50 gro. 
at 60c 

Alderson, T., & Son, repairs to 
implements 

Alexander Hardware Co., Ltd., 
levels, 1 at 1.75, 3 at 2.00; 
trowels, 3 at 1.35, 2 at 1.50; 
locks, 2 doz. at JH)0, 2 doz. at 
7.50; shears, 1 doz. at 9.00; 
hose, 25 ft. at 18c, 50 ft. at 
30c, 50 ft. at 15c, 100 ft. at 
17c; belt laces, 1 lb. at 1.00, 2 
lbs. at 1.25; blasting powder, 
3 kegs at 2.25, 1 keg at 2.50; 
brass nails, 6,000 lbs. at 50c; 
fire clay, 2 bbls. at 3.00; lan- 
tern globes, 2 at 75c, 4 at 
1.00; hammers, 1 at 1.50, 2 at 
1.25; drawer pulls, 2 doz. at 
75c; truck castors, 2 doz. at 
1.85; call bell, 1 at 1.85; files, 
Vo doz. at 5.50, y 2 doz. at 2.50, 
y* doz. at 4.25; door bells, 2 
at 75c; shovels, 2 doz. at 8.00, 
y± doz. at 12.00; solder, 10 lbs. 
at 28c; iron hardware, etc., 
64.53; door check, 1 at 5.50; 
razors, 1 doz. at 18.00; spoons, 
10 doz. at 2.00, 20 doz. at 75c, 
1 doz. at 4.50, 10 doz. at 1.85; 
twine, 15 lbs. at 25c, 11 lbs. 
at 30c, 5 lbs. at 50c, 10 lbs. at 
40c; sheet zinc, 11% lbs. at 
10c; saws, 1 at 1.65, 1 at 1.75, 
1 at 2.00; steel squares, 1 at 
1.25, 1 at 2.00; padlocks, 5 at 
1.75, 3 at 90c; kalsomine 
brushes, 2 at 1.50; waste, 108 
lbs. at 13^0.; wire gauge, 1 
2.50; leather belting, 75.06; 
carving sets, 6 at 1.85; planes, 
1 at 2.50, 2 at 2.00, 1 at 1.50; 
wrench, 1 at 2.25; picks, y 2 
doz. at 5.00; pick handles, y 2 
doz. at 3.00; pulley, 1 at 7.20; 
paper trimmer, 1 at 5.00; 
smoothing brush, 1 at 1.25; 
putty, 100 lbs. at 3c; hinges, 
12 pr. at 40c; latches, y 3 doz. 
at 20.00; tubs, 1 at 1.50; glue, 
16 lbs. at 15c; nipples, 3 at 
75c; plyers, 1 pr. at 1.35; 
gaskets, 20 lbs. at 1.25; rope, 
51 lbs. at 17c; vegetable 
scoops, 3 at 3.00; straight 



Expenses ($132,649.57). 

edge, 1 at 2.50; paint, oils, 
30 00 etc., 3.25; oil stoves, 2 at 75c; 

sash cord, 10 lbs. at 40c; 
1 15 glass, 2.50; rakes, % doz. at 

4.80; cupboard catches, 2 doz. 
at 1.25; pulls, 4 doz. at 50c; 
snatches, 3 at 1.50; scythes, 

2 at 1.25 

Alexander, Albert E., leather, 

171 lbs. at 52c, 324 lbs. at 23c, 
690 lbs. at 29c, 558 lbs. at 
20c, 700 lbs. at 20c, 127% lbs. 
at 21c, 278% lbs. at 10c, 31% 
lbs. at 25c, 438 lbs. at 30c; 
heel taps, 48 doz. at 94c, 12 
doz. at 1.04; shoemakers' sun- 
dries, 99.52 

Almos, Geo., onions, 13 crates 
at 4.40 

Alway, Dr. E. A., medical ser- 
vices 

American Laundry Machinery 
Co., Ltd., indelible ink, 1 qt. 
at 4.50; repairs to laundry, 
125.69 130 19 

American Medico-Psychological 

Association, annual dues .... 5 00 

Anderson, Thos., sheet music, 
etc., 13.52; repairs to musical 
instruments, 5.55 19 07 

Applegath, Limited, ties, 914 
doz. at 3.00; sundries, 45c; 
braces, 1 doz. at 3.00; shirts, 

1 1-6 doz. at 12.00; handker- 
chiefs, 5 doz. at 1.20; collars, 

3 doz. at 1.75; hat, 1 at 2.00. . . 58 45 
Armes, R. S., hay, 26 tons 480 

lbs. at 20.25, 27 tons 360 lbs. 

at 19.25 1,054 57 

Armstrong Cartage Co., cartage 2 50 

Asbestos & Rubber Goods Co., 

hose, 5 ft. at 38c; couplings, 

2 at 75c 3 40 

Atteaux Dyestuff & Chemical 

Co., Ltd., ammonia powder, 

836 lbs. at 2.90 24 24 

Aussem, J. H., fee cream, 7 gals, 
at 2.00, 8 gals, at 1.40; cake, 3 
lbs. at 40c; sundries, 25c.... 26 25 

Bain, Jas. & Son, repairs to ma- 
chinery 147 27 

Bain & Adams, sundry fruits, 
etc 49 04 

Baker, Allan, services re live 
stock 15 00 



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167 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Hamilton. — Continued. 

Expenses.— Continued. 



3aker & Benjamin, veterinary 
services 52 50 

telfour, Smye & Co., currants, 
657 lbs. at 8c, 1,369 lbs. at 
7V>e; pickles, 28 doz. at 2.35, 
20 gals, at 32y 2 c, 20 gals, at 
35c; salt, 20 bbls. at 1.40, 2 
bbls. at 2.90, 25 bags at 90c, 17 
bbls. at 1.35; sugar, 5,442 
lbs. at 5.71, 13,072 lbs. at 6.11, 
7,958 lbs. at 5.61, 6,573 lbs. at 
5.11; haddie, 3 cases at 5.40, 10 
doz. at 1.35; raisins, 336 lbs. 
at 8c, 116 lbs. at 13c, 112 lbs. 
at 7V 2 c, 10 boxes at 2.75; sago, 
1,183 lbs. at 7c, 966 lbs. at 
6y 2 c, 731 lbs. at 6%e; corn 
starch, 80 lbs. at 7 1 / 4c, 80 lbs. 
at 5y>c; tapioca, 483 lbs. at 
7c; corn flakes, 8 doz. at 2.85; 
prunes, 1,500 lbs. at 9%e, 600 
lbs. at 7%; shredded wheat, 
2 cases at 3.60; evaporated 
peaches, 1,000 lbs. at 14y 2 c; 
sundries, 53.15; tea, 1,890 lbs. 
at 25c, 3,105 lbs. at 28c; figs, 
1,279 lbs. at 5y 2 c, 110 lbs. at 
10c, 1,307 lbs. at 8y 2 c; cod- 
fish, 8 cases at 8.25, 5 crates at 
3.00, 3 crates at 7.50, 312 lbs. 
at 7c, 330 lbs. at 10c; lobster, 
4 doz. at 5.25; molasses, 47 
gals, at 26c, 47 gals, at 25c; 
rice, 3,300 lbs. at 4c; canned 
salmon, 40 doz. at 2.40, 12 doz. 
at 2.45, 8 doz. at 2.55; icing 
sugar, 100 lbs. at 7 1 / 2 e; malta 
vita, 9 cases at 2.85; syrup, 
3,152 lbs. at 3%c, 5,558 lbs. at 
3y 2 c, 663 lbs. at 3%c; fruit 
peel, 49 lbs. at lie, 49 lbs. at 
liy 2 c, 28 lbs. at 16c; nuts, 
164 lbs. at 15c, 60 lbs. at 12c, 
60 lbs. at 16c; evaporated 
apples, 1,500 lbs. at 8%c; 
mackerel, 5 kegs at 2.25; 
cheese, 1,024 lbs. at 17c, 243 
lbs. at 17y 2 c, 943 lbs. at 
1414c; sal soda, 375 lbs. at 
90c, 375 lbs. at 95c; ginger, 
25 lbs. at 22c; starch, 200 lbs. 
at 6yjc ; sea salmon, 3 kegs 
at 7.00; herring, 4 doz. at 1.10, 
4 doz. at 1.00; putz cream, 2 
doz. at 2.10; canned vege- 
tables, 6 doz. at 1.60; washing 
blue, 12 lbs. at 17c 5,967 52 

'arton and Ancaster Union 
School Section No. 5, allow- 
ance for taxes for employees 
children 100 00 

leckett, H., & Sons, apples, 63 
bus. at 1.00 63 00 



Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
54.41; rent of instruments, 
254.33 308 74 

Blachford & Son, interments... 140 00 

Bond Hardware Co., Ltd., hog 
marker 6 50 

Brock, W. R., Co., Ltd., linen, 
410% yds. at 1.00; mitts, 9y 2 
doz. at 4.50; sheeting, 413 yds. 
at 35c, 1,331% yds. at 23y 2 c, 
40114 yds. at 8y 2 c, 84 yds. at 
32y 2 c; thread, 16 gro. at 5.60, 
6 gro. at 2.80, 12 gro. at 2.00, 
6y 2 gro. at 4.20; cotton, 
l,502y 2 yds. at 8c, 907 yds. at 
8y 2 c, l,646y 2 yds. at 10c, 
310% yds. at 15c; carpet, 58 
yds. at 1.00, 82% yds. at 85c; 
flannelette, 1,1261,4 yds. at lie, 
1,492% yds. at 10c; cottonade, 
1,368 yds. at 22y 2 c; yarn, 
135y 2 lbs. at 50c, 129 lbs. at 
42y 2 c, 289 lbs. at 50c; denim, 
108 y 2 yds. at 22y 2 c; hair cloth, 
25 yds. at 40c; holland, 44 
yds, at 23c; Italian, 2 &y 2 yds. 
at 85c; sundries, 58.78; whip 
cord, 25 yds. at 85c; hessian, 
545 yds. at 17c; ticking, 550% 
yds. at 21c, 630^ yds. at 
23y 2 c; pillow cotton, 262% 
yds. at 18y 2 c, 124 yds. at 19c; 
serge, 50 yds. at 3.00, 128^ 
yds. at 2.40; tweed, 509 yds. 
at 65c, 289% yds. at 37y 2 c, 
228 yds. at 70c; print, 2,32714 
yds. at 10c; dice linen, 375 
yds. at 1.00; silesia, 71 yds. at 
25c, 58 y 2 yds. at 18y 2 e; ging- 
ham, 542y 2 yds. at 18y 2 c, 391 
yds. at 10c; shirting, 295 yds. 
at 18y 2 c 

Bruce, John A., & Co., Ltd., 
seeds, plants, etc 

Burrow, Stewart & Milne Co., 
Ltd., iron castings, 53 lbs. at 
6c, gas hot plates, 3 at 2.90; 
repairs to range, 27.83; jewel 
scale, 1 at 5.88 

Bursar, to pay sundries, 7.49; 

trav. expenses, 2.10 9 59 

Canada Customs, duty charges. 10 50 

Canada preserving Co., jam, 
1,500 lbs. at 7c, 1,800 lbs. at 
714c; marmalade, 24 pails at 
63c : 250 62 

Canadian Consolidated Rubber 
Co., Ltd., hose, 100 ft. at 33^c; 
couplings, 2 sets at 2.00 37 34 

Can. Express Co., charges 25 56 

Canadian Pacific Ry., freight 

charges 25 36 



5,018 25 
738 56 



45 59 



168 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Hamilton. — Continued. 



Expenses— Continued. 



C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 

Canadian Printing Co., printing 

Canadian Sunbeam Lamp Co., 
Ltd., lamps, 6 at 18c. . , 

Canadian Transfer Co., cartage 

Canadian Tungsten Lamp Co., 
Ltd., electrical supplies 

Carpenter, John O., biscuits, 
46iy 2 lbs. at 9c, 99 lbs. at 
9y 2 c, 14 lbs. at 20c, 25 lbs. at 
30c, 22 lbs. at 25c, 12 lbs. at 
40c; sausage, 6 lbs. at 18c; 
chickens, 3 pr. at 2.00, 1 pr. at 
2.40, 2 pr. at 2.80; veal, 19y 2 
lbs. at 17c, 17% lbs. at 19c, 
23 lbs. at 22c; ground rice, 
180 lbs. at 10c; potatoes, 1 
bus. at 1.50, 1 bus. at 1.00, 2 
bus. at 80c, 2 bus. at 75c; 
glue, 25 lbs. at 18c; sundries, 
42.50; lemons, 3 doz. at 30c; 
grape fruit, 1 box at 6.00; 
oranges, 1 box at 3.00, 2 boxes 
at 4.00; tomatoes, 9 lbs. at 
25c; bananas, 13 doz. at 25c; 
whiting, 115 lbs. at 5c 

Carr, Bruce, prizes for patients' 
picnic 

Carr, Ella M., trav. expenses... 

Central Prison Farm, 1,348 lbs. 
butter at 21V 2 e 

Central Prison Industries, brace 
webbing, 500 yds. at 9c; 
blankets, 1,826 lbs. at 50c; 
brass beds, 2 at 19.75; beds, 15 
at 7.50; flannel, l,584y 2 yds. 
at 50c, l,07iy 2 yds. at 25c, 88 
yds. at 20c; brooms, 25 doz. 
at 4.00, 5 doz. at 3.50; sun- 
dries, 9.94 

Chadwick Bros., Ltd., electrical 
repairs 

Childs, W. H., keys, 2 at 25c. . . 

Climax Chemical Co., chemicals, 
etc 

Cochran, R. H., repairs to locks, 
etc 

Coleman Baking Powder Co., 
Ltd., baking powder, 16 doz. at 
1.97% 

Common Sense Mfg. Co., roach 
exterminator, 2 doz. tins at 
12.00 

Connell Anthracite Mining Co., 
Ltd., coal, 1,117 tons 300 lbs. 
at 5.25, 120 tons 450 lbs. at 
5.45 

Cowie, A., hay, 6 tons 190 lbs. at 
22.00 

Creil, Harry, musical services . . 

Crescent Oil Co., paint, oils, etc 



1 


37 


51 


94 


1 


08 


2 


80 



232 80 



200 06 

25 00 

2 45 

289 83 



2,263 


9*5 


3 


91 




50 


98 


89 


' 15 


00 


31 


66 


24 


00 



6,415 22 

134 09 
9 50 

5 75 



73 



Crown Oil Refining Co., Ltd., 
paint, oils, etc 100 

Cudahy Packing Co., dutch 
cleanser, 300 lbs. at 4c; less 
discount, 24c 11 76 

Cummer, Dowswell, Ltd., re- 
pairs to wringer 1 50 

Dalley, F. F., Co., Ltd., baking 
powder, 235 lbs. at 10c; cocoa- 
nut, 50 lbs. at 19%; cream 
tartar, 200 lbs. at 26c; ginger, 
75 lbs. at 25c; mustard, 132 
lbs. at 25c; flavoring extract, 
48 pts. at 1.00; cinnamon, 75 
lbs. at 50c; cocoa, 35 lbs. at 
18c; nutmegs, 10 lbs. at 35c; 
chocolate, 12 lbs. at 30c; 
coffee, 3,900 lbs. at 26c; gela- 
tine, 5 doz. at 1.30; jelly pow- 
der, 22 doz. at 90c; pepper, 
100 lbs. at 15y 2 c, 200 lbs. at 
16y>c; shoe polish, 4 doz. at 
90c, 4 doz. at 75c; cloves, 25 
lbs. at 25c; sundries, 75c 1,319 56 

Day, H., potatoes, 271 bags 72 
lbs. at 1.75, 115 bags at 1.85, 
394 bags at 1.95, 109y 2 bags at 
75c, 460 bags at 2.00; par- 
snips, 22 bus. at 40c; beets, 17 
bus. at 75c, 39 bus. at 65c; 
cabbage, 12 doz. at 1.25, 14 
doz. at 1.00, 8 bus. at 1.75; 
carrots, 6 bus. at 1.25; apples, 
85 bus. at 35c; rhubarb, 60 
doz. at 35c 2,606 99 

Deere, Jno., Plow Co., repairs to 

implements 3 20 

Delahaye, G., diamond cleanser, 

15 cases at 2.75 41 25 

Delany & Pettit Co., Ltd., moss, 
1,832 lbs. at 7y 2 c; hair, 200 
lbs. at 54c; bags, 4 at 30c 246 61 

Dempster, Jas., oven grates, 6 

at 2.60 5-6 15 65 

Denton, Walter, musical services 3 00 

Dixon Bros., figs, 220 lbs. at 7c 15 40 

Dixon, Jas., musical services . . 72 50 

Dolan, Patrick, manure, 18 
loads at 75c 13 50 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 30 54 

Dominion Linen Mfg. Co., Ltd., 
crash, 1,608 yds. at 9y 2 c, 432 
yds. at 9%c; towelling, 46 
yds. at 12y>c; towels, 33 doz. 
at 2.00, 4 doz. at 4.50; quilts, 
93 at 1.25 

Dominion Vinegar Works Co., 
vinegar, 42 gals, at 23c, 
435 11-25 gals, at 25c 118 52 

Donohue, D., tobacco stems.... 3 00 

Door, Henry, manure 50 00 

Duke, J. O., seeds, etc 9 70 






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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Hamilton. — Continued. 



Duncan, Robert, & Co., station- 
ery, 12.75; wall paper, 20 
pes. at 25c., 75 yds. at 5c 

Dunlop, Jas., Co., Ltd., oilcake, 

4 tons at 40.00, 3 tons at 42.00, 

2 tons at 38.00, 1 ton at 41.50; 
shorts, 5 tons at 27.00, 1 ton 
at 25.00, 1 ton at 28.00, 1 ton 
at 26.00; pot barley, 6 bags at 
3.00, 2 bags at 3.50; split peas, 

5 bags at 2.50, 16 bags at 3.60; 
potatoes, 25 bags 37 lbs. at 
1.60; hay, 2 tons 235 lbs. at 
19.00; rolled oats, 57 bags at 
2.60, 10 bags at 2.65; molass- 
ine meal, 1 ton at 36.00; 
wheatine, 6 bags at 2.80, 9 
bags at 2.65; cracked corn, 500 
lbs. at 1.60, 400 lbs. at 1.80, 
600 lbs. at 1.70; beans, 20 bus. 
at 2.40, 16 bus. at 2.55, 20 bus. 
at 2.60, 16 bus, at 3.10; flour, 
8 bags at 2.40, 15 bags at 2.25; 
cornmeal, 25 bags at 1.95; 
bran, y 2 ton at 26.50, 2 tons at 
27.00, 3 tons at 26.00, 1 ton at 
24.00, 2 tons 300 lbs. at 23.00, 

3 tons 38 lbs. at 22.00; seeds, 
etc., 7.50; oats, 51 bus. 16 lbs. 
at 53c; straw, 1 ton 312 lbs. at 
12.50; sundries, 12.82 

Electric Supply Co., Ltd., elec- 
trical supplies 

Ellis, Norman, repairs to clock, 
2.25; 1 clock at 8.50 

English, W. M., trav. expenses. . 

Farmer, Thos. W., hay, 13 tons 
1790 lbs. at 13.00 

Farmer, F. N., livery hire 

Farrar, W., overalls, 44 suits at 
2.50, 2 suits at 1.10, 9 suits at 
2.00, 2 suits at 1.20, 3 prs. at 
95c, 6 prs. at 75c; smocks, 6 
at 50c . 

Fearman, F. W., Co., Ltd., cheese 
879 lbs. at 15c, 1,006 lbs. at 
1514c, 1,049 at 15%c, 224 lbs. 
17V 2 c, 141 lbs. at 18c, 1,259 
lbs. at 14% c. 1,196 lbs, at 
13%c; ham, 507 lbs. at 14i/ 2 c; 
holly, 1 box at 2.00, 1 box at 
3.00, 2 boxes at 2.50; turkey, 
1,553 lbs. at 22c; duck, 41 V, 
lbs. at 16c, 4 prs. at 1.50; 
butter, 336 lbs. at 35c, 829 
lbs. at 28c, 263 lbs. at 24c, 
394 lbs. at 23%c, 168 lbs. at 
26c, 423 lbs. at 27c, 896 lbs. 
at 271/2C, 896 lbs. at 29c; eggs, 
1.072 doz. at 26c, 793 doz. at 
27c, 1,143 doz. at 28c, 1,346 
doz. at 24c, 749 doz. at 30c, 
295 doz. at 35c, 286 doz. at 



Expenses.— Continued. 

40c, 298 doz. at 39c, 1,290 doz. 
at 25c, 261 doz. at 23c, 149 
26 10 doz. at 29c; bacon, 619 lbs. at 

15% c, 50 lbs. at 17c; geese, 
899% lbs. at 15c; chicken, 
42y 2 lbs. at 14c; sundries, 84c 4,840 28 

Fleischmann, The, Co., yeast, 

1,099 lbs. at 30c 329 70 

Ford & Featherston repairing 

safe 2 45 

Filman, J. T., services threshing 110 95 

Fralick & Co., overalls, 8 prs. at 
75c, 1 pr. at 50c; smocks, 2 
at 1.25 9 00 

Fraser, David, potatoes, 513 bags 
20 lbs at 1.72y 2 ; oats., 1,039 
bus. at 50c 1,404 80 

Freeman, W. A., Co., Ltd., steak 
knife, 1 at 1.30; disston 
blades, 2 at 75c; fertilizer, 1 
ton at 32.50; meat cutter, 1 at 
4.00; fire brick, 500 at 3.50; 
fire clay, 500 lbs. at lc; sun- 
dries, 6.60 68 40 

Gallagher, Bros., lime, 110 bus. 

at 25c 27 50 

Gammage, J. interments .... 10 00 

Garlock Packing Co., palmetts, 

50 lbs., at 1.25; washers, 8 doz., 

at 25c; garlock, red sheet, 

1,727 36 18% lbs at 75c; gaskets, 9V 2 

lbs. at 1.00; valve rubbers, 24 

92 65 at 25c; bath plugs, 24 at 20c; 

sundries, 1.56 44 27 

10 75 Gillard, W. H., & Co., syrup, 3,753 
136 gi lbs. at 3 1 /2 c; prunes, 1,800 
lbs. at 9y 2 c; 1,900 lbs. at 
130 63 8%c; sago, 854 lbs. at 7c; 
2 00 evaporated apples, 1,200 lbs. 
at 10c; cocoanut, 30 lbs. at 
15c; cream tartar, 50 lbs. at 
24c.; cornstarch, 40 lbs. at 
5%c; baking soda, 1 keg at 
14? Q^ 2.25; canned vegetables, 10 
doz. at 95c; cod, 500 lbs. at 
7y»c, 140 lbs. at 7c; rice, 
1,400 lbs. at 3.74, 1,500 lbs. at 
3.64; kippered herring, 8 doz. 
at 95c; pipes, 2 boxes at 60c; 
tea, 1,900 lbs. at 28c; molas- 
ses, 39 7-10 gals, at 25c; icing 
sugar, 100 lbs. at 7c; sugar, 
3,217 lbs. at 4.81, 10,616 lbs. 
at 5.21, 110 lbs. at 6.25; rais- 
ins, 112 lbs. at 7%c 2,114 22 

Gillies-Guy, Ltd., coal, 248 tons 
1,200 lbs., at 6.10; 3 tons 350 
lbs., at 6.35; 3 tons 300 lbs., at 
4.75 1,551 58 

Gilmore, M-, hay, 5 tons 1,660 

lbs., at ;s2.00 . 128 26 

Glassco, G. F. & Co., caps, 5 doz. 
at 6.50; hats, 3y» doz., at 1.75; 
55 1-6 doz. at 2.00; 4 1-12 doz. 



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Hospital for the Insane, Hamilton.— Continued. 



at 8.00; 1-12 doz., at 4.50; 11 
doz., at 2.75; 2 doz., at 3.00 . . 

Goldie & McCulloch Co., Ltd., re- 
pairs to engine 

Goulds Pump Co., bristol charts, 
1,000 at 12.00 

Grafton & Co., Ltd., overalls, 3 
suits, at 2.00; 2 suits at 1.75. 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co., mes- 
sages 

Greening, B., Wire Co., Ltd., 
spark guards, 3 at 3.00; screen 
cloth, 550 sq. ft., at 2c; poul- 
try netting, 1 roll, at 2.73; 
coat hangers, 8 1-3 doz., at 45c, 
less discount 48c 

Gripton, C, indelible ink, 5 qts. 
at 8.80 

Gurney, Tilden & Co., Ltd., re- 
pairs to range 

Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd., iron 
castings, etc 

Halliday, Jas., tallow, 12,800 lbs. 
at 3c; purchase of meat, 
23,356.45 

Hamilton & Barton Incline Ry. 
Co., use of incline railway . . 

Hamilton Cemetery interments 

Hamilton Electric Light and 
Power Co., Ltd., electrical sup- 
plies, 1.25; electric current, 
1,611.03 

Hamilton Engine Packing Co., 
repairs to machinery 

Hamilton Gas Light Co., gas . . 

Hamilton Milling Co., chop corn, 
1 ton at 27.00; % ton at 32.00; 
bran, 3% tons at 26.00; 4 tons 
at 24.00; 2 tons at 23.00; 1 ton 
at 25.00; hay, 1 ton 6 lbs. at 
20.00, 1 ton 749 lbs. at 19.50; 
cracked corn, 300 lbs. at 1.70; 
300 lbs. at 1.60; shorts, 1 ton 
at 25.00; 1 ton at 26.00; oil 
cake, 1 ton at 40.00; 3 tons 
at 42.0:0; 1 ton at 44.00; straw, 
10 tons at 11.00, 1 ton 6 lbs. 
at 15.00, 1 ton 15 lbs at 16.00; 
sacks, 30 at 10c; oatmeal, 20 
bags at 2.50 

Hamilton Mill Supply Co., paint, 
oils, etc 

Hamilton Stamp and Stencil 
Works, rubber stamps 

Hamilton Stove and Heater Co., 
keys, 8 1-3 doz. at 85c, 2 1-12 
doz. at 3.00; iron hardware, 
etc, 2.21 

Hamilton Water Works, water 
rates 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., Ltd., bind- 
ing, printing, etc 

Harris, W. H., horse 

Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., fertil- 
izer, 700 lbs. at 28.50 per ton 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Hartman, Chas. H., manure 21 
218 26 loads at 75c 

Hartz, J. P., Co., Ltd., medical 
140 00 supplies 

Hawkins, Limited, drugs, chemi- 
12 00 cals, etc 

Hendrie & Co., freight and cart- 
9 50 age 

Herald, Joseph, tuning pianos . 
1 85 Herald Printing Co., Ltd., adver- 
tising 

Hill, W. E. & Bro., photographic 
supplies 

Hislop, Robert, blacksmithing . 

Hoodless, J., Furniture Co., Ltd., 
repairs to furniture, 38.94; 
carpet sweeper, 1 at 3.50 .... 

Hopkins, Chas., wheat, 50 bus. 
at 1.15 

Hospital World, subscription . . 

Howell, Walter A., drugs, 
chemicals, etc., 

Howeli; J. D., potatoes, 270 bags 
at 1.85 

Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion lamps, 150 at 32c, elec- 
tric current, 1,905.76 

Imperial Mfg. Co., rubber wash- 
ers, 4 doz. at 29%c 

Ingram & Bell, medical supplies 

Inksetter-Meyers, Ltd., ice .... 

Jacksonian Mfg. Co., Ltd., rat 
exterminator, 10 lbs. at 1.25. 

Jamieson, A., horse 

Jaynes, W. G., Co., station dials 
2 box at 3.50 

Jolley, Jas. & Sons, Ltd., rain 
coats, 2 at 3.00; horse blank- 
ets, 2 at 2.00; repairs to har- 
ness, etc., 4.25 

Junor, Wm., cuspidor, 1 at 3.00; 
lamp shade, 1 at 4.00; caps, 10 
doz. at 1.80; 1 doz. at 2.80; 
5 doz. at 1.73; ewers, 2 doz. at 
4.80; vegetable dishes, 4 doz. at 
12.00, 3 doz. at 1.80; plates, 11 
doz. at 2.45, 2 doz. at 3.60, 1 
doz. at 3.00, 10 doz. at 2.15; 
chambers, 15 doz. at 320 sau- 
cers, 8 doz. at 87c 

Kent, Garvin & Co., fire-sets, 6 
at 3.00 

Kerr, Coombes Foundry Co. Ltd., 
iron castings, etc 

Kirk, James, tobacco, 671 lbs. at 
43c, 2,020 at 44c, 5 doz. at 
45c, 10 doz. at 79c; pipes, 7 1 / 4 
doz. at 2.85; cigars, 2.75 .... 

King & Booth, sugar, 7,701 lbs. 
at 5.36, 1,477 lbs. at 5.46 

King, Horace, musical services . 

King, Warden, iron castings, 
etc 

King's Printer, distribution sta- 
9 98 tionery 



26 


00 


44 


00 


1 


40 


47 


55 


3,740 


45 


404 
75 


70 
00 


1,612 


28 


21 
1,135 


90 
65 



804 


92 


24 


27 


2 


70 


15 


54 


2,840 


00 


11 
250 


20 
00 



15 


75 


2 


85 


457 


25 


67 

8 


31 

50 


4 


73 


7 
291 


70 
65 



42 44 

57 50 
3 00 

27 95 

499 50 

1,953 76 

1 IS 
186 04 
243 78 

12 50 

60 25 

7 00 



14 25 



213 06 



18 


00 I 


5 


27 


,210 


89 


493 

12 


42 
18 


11 


96 


89 


54 







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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Hamilton.— Continued. 

Expenses.— Continued. 



282 24 



8 40 



Kirk, Wm, trav. expenses ... 2 05 

La Chance, W. E., & Co., die. . . 2 00 

Laco, Philip, Co., electrical sup 
plies 

Lamb, Alfred, expenses recover 
ing eloper 

Lambton Creamery Co., Ltd. 
(contract), butter, 31,195 lbs. 
at 23%c, 15,960 lbs. at 27%c, 
less difference in price paid to 
other firms, 63.33 11,774 38 

Lawrason, S. F. & Co., washing 
soda, 3,080 lbs. at 1.75 

Lawson, David, potatoes, 59 bags, 
85 lbs., at 1.85 

Lewis, Rice, & Son, Ltd., table 
forks, 10 doz. at 1.68 1-5, iron 
hardware, etc., 52,97 

Library Bureau of Canada, Ltd., 
office supplies 

Lomas, Jas., musical services . . 

Lomas, J. M., musical services.. 

London Asylum, tomatoes, 6 doz. 
gal., at 2.65 

Long Lumber Co., lumber, etc. 

Lornie, Thos., sharpening lawn 
mowers 

Mack, Jno., rent of locker 

MacNaughton, Dr. P., travelling 
expenses 

Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd. 
(contract), flour, 1,865 bbls. at 
4.60 8,579 00 

Martin Bros., rent of breaking 
cart 

Martin, H. A., printing, etc. . . 

Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., repairs 
to implements 

Maxwell, David & Son, repairs to 
implements 7 10 

May, Samuel & Co., repairs to 
billiard tables 3 38 

Meakins & Sons, scrub brushes, 
20y 2 doz. at 1.75, 10 doz. 
at 3.00; tubs, % doz. at 
10.50; washboards, 2 doz. 
at 4.00; mop sticks, 2 doz. at 
1.25; hamper, 1 at 2.50; var- 
nish brushes, 1 doz. at 1.80, 
y 2 doz. at 12.00, i/i doz. at 
20.30, y 2 doz. at 6.02; shaving 
brushes, 1 doz. at 1.47; pails, 
1 doz. at 6.00; wall brushes, 1 
doz. at 18.90; whisks, 5 doz. at 
2.25; brooms, i/ 2 doz. at 6.00, 
15 doz. at 3.75, *4 doz. at 7.20, 
1 doz. at 7.00; shoe brushes, 
1 doz. at 2.10, 1 doz. at 2.20; 
scrapers, 14 doz. at 6.00; bas- 
kets, 5 doz. at 4.00, 1 doz. at 
5.00; painter's dusters, % doz. 
at 9.66; cocoa mats, 1 doz. at 
18.00; sundries, 11.85, less dis- 
count, 1.38 267 37 

Meriden-Britannia Co., Ltd., 



53 90 



110 90 



69 79 

14 35 

2 00 
2 00 

15 90 
48 69 

57 50 
25 00 

100 00 



2 00 
11 50 

5 10 



spoons, 2 doz. at 3.00; casters, 
12 at 2.50; plating and repair- 
ing teapot, 5.50 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
printing 

Meyer Bros., mangle felt, 125 
lbs. at 65c 

Middleton Marble and Granite 
Co., Ltd., grates, 3 at 2.50 . . 

Milne Bros., wheatine, 40 bags 
at 2.10, 35 bags at 2.50, 30 bags 
at 2.60, 10 bags at 2.75; flour, 
10 bags at 2.35, 20 bags at 2.25; 
cornmeal, 15 bags at 2.10, 8 
bags at 2.15; roll oats, 60 bags 
at 2.35, 30 bags at 2.45; pot 
barley, 39 bags at 3.25; split 
peas, 10 bags at 3.40, 15 bags 
at 3.35 

Morgan, Chas. R., trav. expenses 

Morton, David, & Sons, Ltd., 
soap, 3,000 lbs. at 4c, 500 lbs. 
at 5 1 / 2 c 

Moyes Chemical Co., Ltd., chemi- 
cals, etc 

Murray, W. E., putz cream, 2 
doz. at 2.75; harness, 1 set at 
45.00, 1 set at 39.00; sundries, 
20.00 

Murray-Kay, Ltd., gingham, 109 
yds. at 25c; carpet, 117% yds. 
at 75c 

Musson Book Co., stationery . . . 

Myles, Thos. & Sons (contract), 
coal, 1,787 tons 1,300 lbs. at 
5.80, 132 tons 690 lbs. at 5.85, 
42 tons 800 lbs. at 6.10, 65 
tons 370 lbs. at 3.00, 10 tons 
850 lbs. at 4.75, 3 tons 1,000 
lbs. at 3.25, 13 tons 1,720 lbs. 
at 6.75, 1 ton at 6.25, 3 tons 
1,330 lbs. at 4.65, 6 tons 1,340 
lbs. at 4.25, 35 tons 630 lbs. at 
2.25; manure, 15 loads, at 50c 11, 

McBeath, M. L., musical services 

McCay, Wm., blacksmithing . . . 

McClary, Mfg. Co., dust pans, 2 
doz. at 1.21, 3 doz. at 1.38; 
mugs, 3 doz. at 1.03, 2 doz. at 
1.28; pails, 3 doz. at 4.20, % 
doz. at 6.48, y 2 doz. at 12.00, 
4 doz. at 4.62, 2 doz at 5.00; 
milk cans, 6 at 3.35; blowers, 
2 at 1.50; kettles, % doz. at 
13.50, 14 doz. at 16.88, 1-12 doz. 
at 15.00, 1-12 doz. at 18.00, 2 at 
1.25; pudding pans, 1 doz. at 
2.00, 4 at 2.35; cook pots, % 
doz. at 14.40; stock pots, 1 at 
3.70, 1 at 1.44; dippers, 2 at 
1.10; pans, 1 doz. at 1.80, 1 
doz. at 2.16; fish trays, 6 at 
2.50; pie plates, 8 doz. at 90c, 
2 doz. at 1.35, 1 doz. at 1.20; 



41 50 

28 91 

81 25 

7 50 



819 70 
7 60 



147 50 
84 39 

109 50 



115 56 
11 50 



889 86 

4 50 

17 25 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Hamilton.— Continued. 



tea pots, y 2 doz. at 8.32, 1 at 
80c, 2 at 66c, 10 at 1.56, 2 at 
2.00; dish pans, 6 at 2.25, % 
doz. at 4.50, 1 doz. at 6.30, 4 
doz. at 50c ; lanterns, 2 doz. at 
8.00; milk pans, 1 doz. at 2.52; 
trays, 1 doz. at 6.38; boilers, 
V 4 doz. 12.04, % doz. 9.90; fish 
boiler, 1 at 1.35; roasting 
pans, 2 at 1.20; wire baskets, 
2 at 1.50, 1 at 1.40; stew pans, 
6 at 80c; sundries, 45.31 

McClatchie Bros., maple syrup, 
115 gals, at 1.00, 110 gals, at 
90c 

McClelland & Goodchild, Ltd., 
books 

McDougall, W. T., & Co., custard 
dishes, 1 doz. at 1.00; plates, 
23 doz. at 80c, 1 doz. at 2.00; 
cuspidors, 4 doz. at 10.00; 
wash basins, 2 doz. at 4.80; 
cups, 20 doz. at 45c, 1 doz. at 
3.00; platters, 2 doz. at 3.00; 
mugs, 3 doz. at 1.20; trays, 
6 at 60c; jars, 16 doz. at 1.10, 
12 doz. at 85c; chambers, 10 
doz. at 3.60; bowls, 57 doz. at 
80c; tumblers, 15 doz. at 1.50; 
vegetable dishes, 8 doz. at 
4.80, 3 doz. at 1.50, 2 doz. at 
3.00; sugar bowls, 4 at 40c; 
glass dishes, 1 doz. at 1.10, 5 
doz. at 60c; spoons, 2 doz. at 
60c; jar rubbers, 6 gro. at 
1.00; china sets, 5 at 1.75, 1 
at 1.00; sundries, 27.88 

McGannon, J. J., trav. expenses 

McGillivray, Dr. T. S., medical 
services 

McKay, S., livery hire 

McKenty, Minnie, prizes for 
patients picnic 

McLaren, Gordon, clocks, 2 at 
1.00, 1 at 95c; repairing 
clocks, 50.75 

McLauchlan & Sons, Co., Ltd., 
candy, 280 lbs. at ll%c, 15 
lbs. at 14c, 19 lbs. at 10%c, 
11 gro. at 1.00 

MoNichol, Dr. W. J., medical 
services 

National Drug & Chemical Co., 
Ltd., drugs, chemicals, etc. . . . 

Nelson, J. W., jerseys, 4 at 1.50 

Niagara Brand Spray Co., Ltd., 
lime, sulphur, 7 bbls. at 7.60; 
lead, 1 keg at 8.55, 1 keg at 
3.32 

Niagara Navigation Co., Ltd., 
freight charges 

Nichols, W. H., services re stock 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Nicholson, J. S., & Son, repairs 
to implements, 21.65; binder 
twine, 400 lbs. at 10c; ditch- 
ing plow, 1 at 18.00 

Nix, C. H., repairs to harness.. 

North, Percy A., musical ser- 
vices 

Northern Aluminum Co., Ltd., 
chambers, 1 doz 

Oak Hall, overalls, 6 suits at 

2.00, 4 suits at 2.25, 4 pr. at 

293 88 45c, 5 prs. at 65c, 4 prs. at 

1.15, 2 prs. at 1.10; overcoat, 

1 at 20.00 

214 00 O'Brien, C, blacksmithing 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Ltd., 
98 office supplies 

Ontario Pipe Line Co., gas 

Ontario Wind Engine & Pump 
Co., Ltd., repairs to windmill 

Paine, Jno. B., Co., Ltd., am- 
monia powder, 523 lbs. at 
2%c; net cloth, 5 lbs. at 60c 

Patterson, J. D. & Co., repairs 
to vehicles 

Patterson-Tilley Co., lumber 

Parke & Parke, drugs, chemicals, 
etc 

Peebles, Hobson & Co., Ltd., fish, 
28,320 lbs. at 10c; berries, 6 
boxes at 20c 

Pett, James & Co., rug 

Philip. James & Son, repairs to 
harness 

Piper, Chas. F., trav. expenses 

Postmaster, rent of P.O. box.. 

Pratt, T. H., Co., Ltd., cotton, 
86834 yds. at 8c, 790% yds. 
at 10c; sheeting, 1,157 yds. at 
25c, 518y 2 yds. at 32y 2 c; 
needles, 100 at 2.50; cheese 
cloth, 100 yds. at 4c; print, 
1.019% yds. at 12y>c; pins, 
20 doz. at 48c; lawn, 150 yds. 
at 13%c; canton flannel, 25 
yds. at 13%c; flannelette, 
1,255% yds. at lie, 20 yds. at 
ll%c; shirting, 311% yds. at 
14c, 927% yds. at 12y 2 c; 
shrouding, 603% yds. at 8c; 
thread, 9% gro. at 5.60, 2 gro. 
at 5.40; gingham 169% yds. 
at 13y 2 c; ticking, 213% yds. 
at 22%c; sundries, 3.38 

Ralph, Frank, Jr., hay, 4 ton 80 
lbs. at 20.00 

Ramsay, Thos., snare wire, y 2 

doz. at 2.40; rope, 378 lbs. at 

65 07 12%c, 46 lbs. at 13%c, 34% 

lbs. at 14c; pipe wrench, 1 at 

2 40 1.25; copper wire, 50 ft. at 

15 00 28c; coat hooks, 12 doz. at 



327 
2 


53 
55 


25 

2 


00 
50 


25 


00 


53 


70 


47 


29 


25 


00 


465 
.6 


89 
00 



79 65 
74 30 

4 50 

14 51 



52 85 
62 90 

12 00 
64 40 

3 50 



17 38 

100 75 
71 43 

419 56 



2,833 20 
3 25 

7 90 
5 60 

8 00 









1,260 06 
80 80 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Hamilton. — Continued. 



45c; blacksmiths' vise, 78 lbs. 
at 14c; rubber belting, 13% 
ft. at 26c; sleigh bells, 1 set at 
2.50; garden line, 10 lbs. at 
50c; axes, y 2 doz. at 13.20; 
spades, 1 doz. at 12.00; razors, 
M> doz. at 15.00; drawer pulls, 
4 doz. at 90c; picture wire, 1 
doz. coils at 1.20; rim locks, 2 
at 1.25; zinc, 91 lbs. at 12c; 
brushes, 2 at 2.00, 2 at 85c; 
hooks, 1 gro. at 1.80; knives, 

I doz. at 4.80, 10 doz. at 4.20, 2 
at 4.15; iron hardware, etc., 
56.90; singeing lamp, 1 at 
1.50; mortise lock, 1 at 6.00; 
axle grease, 3 pails at 2.00; 
axe handles, 1 doz. at 4.00, 1 
doz. at 4.20; belt laces, 1% lb. 
at 1.00; toilet clippers, 2 prs. 
at 4.65; augers, 1 at 2.00, 1 at 
1.35; pick handles, y 2 doz. at 
2.50; meat hooks, Y 2 doz. at 
4.20; forks, 10 doz. at 1.85, 2 
doz. at 3.00; pick hooks, 2 gro. 
at 1.80; hinges, 1 doz. prs. at 
1.65; galvanized iron, 196 lbs. 
at 5c; wire cloth, 533 1-3 ft. 
at 2.50; shovels, 6 at 1.20, 6 at 
1.00 

Regan, F. M., trav. expenses . . . 

Remington Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
typewriter supplies 

Riddell, Jno. E., repairs to uten- 
sils 

Robinson, G. W., Co., Ltd., ging- 
ham, II314 yds. at 14y 2 c; 
table oil., 24 yds. at 35c, 21 
yds. at 25c; poplin, 20 yds. at 
25c; hooks and eyes, 24 boxes 
at 25c; cretonne, 30 yds at 
35c; table covers, 2 at 5.25; 
buttons, 12 gro. at 60c, 8 gro. 
at 2.00, 12 gro. at 1.20; scrim, 
58 yds. at 25c; muslin, 40 yds. 
at 35c, 50 yds. at 15c; tape,7% 
gro. at 1.20; fringe, 10 yds. at 
25c; towels. 1 dr. pi 8.00; 
spread, 1 at 4. CO; chairs, 1 at 

II 90, 1 at 4.75, 1 at 6.75, 1 at 
3.00; jardineres, 6 at 98c; 
toilet set, 1 at 3.74; repp, IS 
yds. at 25c; ticking, 328% yds. 
at 25c; canvas, 100 yds. at 
21c; toilet paper, 3 cases ax 
4.00; art sateen, 30 yds. at 

: 25c; 10 yds. at 35c, 6 yds. at 

! 45c; hat shapes, 91 at 22 1 / £c; 

linoleum, 8 yds. at 1.10; 

1 sheeting, 1,234 yds. at 29c, 

514% yds. at 34c; ediging, 

100 yds. at 5c; rubber tissue, 



Expenses.— Continued. 

1 lb. at 3.00; felt, 1103^ yds. at 
75c; bath mat, 1 lat 2.75; 
dressers, 2 at 11.90; stand, 1 
at 5.25; carpet, 44 yds. at 1.10; 
vases, 3 at 75c, 3 at 25c; 
eiderdown, 5 yds. at 90c; 
linen, 11 yds. at 75c, 39 yds. 
at 50c, 15 yds. at 65c; cor- 
sets, 42 prs. at 50c; lace, 5^ 
yds. at 10c; shoes, 24 prs. at - 
1.50; rubbers, 18 prs. at 50c; 
hose, 4 doz. at 4.00, 4 doz. at 
6.00; flags, 3 doz. at 50c, 3 
doz. at 1.00; denim,, 50 yds. 
at 35c; bells, 61 at 10c, 
24 at 20c; blouses, 6 
at 1.00; skirts, 6 at 1.00, 
8 at 1.50; holly, 1 case 
at 5.00; blinds, 10 at 1.00, 1 at 
2.00, 1 at 1.56, 8 at 1.45, 9 at 
1.25, 14 at 1.30, 4 at 1.65, 15 at 
1.35, 18 at 1.40, 1 at 3.00, 5 at 
2.50, 1 at 1.10; curtains, 3 prs. 
at 2.75, 9 prs. at 2.68, 3 prs. 
at 1.25, 6 prs. at 2.88; lawn, 
65% yds. at 57c, 40 yds. at 
20c; tapestry, 15 yds. at 
2.13^; handkerchiefs, 7 doz. 
at 1.50; net, 12 yds. at 25c, 
370 89 90 yds. at 35c, 24 yds. at 45c; 
13 95 slippers, 36 prs. at 60c; 
shawls, 18 at 1.00; cups, 1 doz. 
75 at 1.80; sweeper, 1 at 3.50, 
1 at 4.50; ribbon, 72 yds. at 
6 45 25c, 36 yds. at 10c, 20 yds. 
at 7c; linen thread, 3 doz. at 
1.20, 1 doz. at 6.00, 6 lbs. at 
3.50, 4 lbs. at 1.40; covers, 12 
at 50c; gloves, 1 doz. at 4.20; 
cotton, 140 yds. at 21c, 300 
yds. at 12%c, 887 yds. at 9c, 
814% yds. at 10c, 124 yds. at 
9c; holland, 120 yds. at 35c, 
51% yds. at 23V 2 c; sil* 23 
yds. at 80c; gimp, 35 yds. at 
5c; shirting, 504^4 yds. at 
14y 2 c, 1,407 yds. at 12c; 
sundries, 85.47 2,361 58 

Ross, Fred. B., dental services. . 1 50 

Royal Distillery, spirits for 

medical use 76 70 

Rural Pub. Co., Ltd., advertis- 
ing 3 78 

Ryckman, W. H. & Co., biscuits, 
971/2 lbs. at 9c, 14 lbs. at 18c; 
cocoa, 10 lbs. at 25c; sundries, 
13.83 27 63 

Sanford, W. E. Mfg. Co., Ltd., 

italian, 56% yds. at 75c 42 19 

Shaw, C. L., trav. expsnses 7 80 

Shaw, Hedley, Milling Co., Ltd., 

flour, 150 bbls. at 4.40 660 00 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Hamilton. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Sawyer-Massey Co., Ltd., repairs 
to implements 

Scarborough Co., map 

Secretary School Section No. 5, 
Barton Twp., taxes of employ- 
ees' children 

Shea, John F., overshoes, 21 prs. 
at 1.75; slippers, 5 prs. at 
1.00, 2 prs. at 90c; rubbers, 5 
prs. at 75c, 1 pr. at 1.00; rub- 
ber boots, 8 prs. at 3.50, 1 pr. 
at 4.00; shoes, 1 pr. at 2.00, 
3 prs. at 2.25, 2 prs. at 4.50. . . 

Sheas, Limited, hats, 2 at 99c, 
1 at 1.00, 12 at 1.50; shawls, 8 
at 1.00, 4 at 75c; vests, y 2 doz. 
at 9.00; corsets, 6 prs. at 50c; 
gloves, 6 prs. at 35c; blouses, 

3 at 1.49; belts, 6 at 50c; rib- 
bon, 6 yds. at 25c; elastic, 6 
yds. at 25c; hose, 3 doz. at 
6.00; drawers, 2 prs. at 85c, 
6 prs. at 75c; handkerchiefs, 

4 doz. at 1.75; combs, 2% doz. 
at 3.00; collars, y 2 doz. at 
3.00; corset covers, 7 at 25c, 
3 at 35c; cushion tops, 6 at 
50c; sundries, 11.79 

Shedden, Mrs. R., setting eggs, 
120 at 10c 

Sherrett, Fred. H., football, 1 at 
4.50; tennis racquets, 4 at 
2.00; tennis net, 1 at 2.00; 
tennis balls, 2 doz. at 3.50, 
1 doz. at 4.25 

Silver Dust Mfg. Co., crescent 
soda, 5,600 lbs. at l*4c 

Simon, A., evergreens, 1 load.. 

Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., moss, 
300 lbs. at 1%'c,; pillows, 24 
prs. at 2.75 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., re- 
pairs to machines, etc 

Skedden Brush Co., brushes, 1 
doz. at 19.00, y 2 doz. at 13.00, 
y 2 doz. at 3.00, y 2 doz. at 3.75 

Smith, E. D., jam, 1,260 lbs. at 
8i4c 540 lbs. at 8c, 90 lbs. 
:at 8y 2 c, 420 lbs. at 10y 2 c; 
sugar barrels, 50 at 25c, less 
discount, 19.89 

Smye, Wm, ( Jr., sausage, 3 lbs. 
at 13y 2 c, 14 lbs. at 12V 2 c; 
chicken, 5 prs. at 2.00; sun- 
dries, 26.16; lobster, 4 doz. at 
1.20; biscuits, 96 lbs. at 10c. 

Souter, A. M., & Co., office chair, 
9.50; repairs to furniture, 3.80 

Soper, R., flags, 3 doz. at 50c, 

3 doz. at 1.00, iy 6 doz. at 1.25; 

duck, 108 yds. at 62c, 101 yds. 

at 1.14; sundries, 2.25 



4 60 
1 95 



100 00 



98 05 



109 84 
12 00 

25 75 

70 00 
5 00 

70 50 
5 25 

28 88 

191 52 

52 72 
13 30 

194 06 



Sparrow, Geo., & Co., firepot, 

12.50; repairs to range, 5.50.. 

Spectator Printing Co., Ltd., 

printing, 103.75; advertising, 

3.76 

Stevens & Soloman, onions, 1 
crate at 4.50; oranges, 3 boxes 
at 3.25, 1 box at 3.00, 1 box 
at 3.50, 2 boxes at 4.00, 2 boxes 
at 4.50; carrots, 12 bus. at 
1.20; berries, 8 crates at 
2.83V 2 , 8 crates at 3.25; pota- 
toes, 26 bbls. at 3.30, 109 bus. 
50 lbs. at 1.15, 88 bus. at 1.10, 
60 bus. at 80c; peaches, 16 
has. at 60c; lemons, 3 boxes at 
3.00, 2 boxes at 4.50, 2 boxes 
at 5.50, 3 at 5.25; apples, 70 
bus. at 95c; grape-fruit, 1 case 
at 5.00; pineapples, 1 case at 
2.50; cherries, 12 bas. at 90c; 
bananas, 1 bunch at 1.95, 2 
bunches at 1.90, 2 bunches at 
1.80, 2 bunches at 1.75, 3 
bunches at 1.65; sundries, 2.45 

Stevenson, Thos., hames, 1 pr. 
at 1.75; traces, 1 pr. at 3.50; 
halter, 1 pr. at 1.50; repairs 
to harness, 22.80 

Stevens, J., & Son. Co., medical 
supplies 

Sundry Newspapers, subscrip- 
tions, 73.00; advertising, 106.26 

Tait Optical Co., Ltd., repairing 
glasses 

Taylor Bros., repairs to imple- 
ments 

Taylor, Edward, cleaning chim- 
neys 

Taylor, Henry, lemons, Zy 2 doz. 
at 30c; biscuits, 14 lbs. at 
9c ; sundries, 3.07 

Times Printing Co., advertising 

T. H. & B. Ry. Co., freight 
charges 

Toronto Laundry Machine Co., 
Ltd., repairs to laundry 

Troy Laundry Machinery Co., 
Ltd., caustic soda, 260 lbs. at 
7%c, 960 lbs. at 5^4c 

Turnbull, A. C, stamps, sta- 
tionery, etc 

Turner, James & Co., Ltd., salt, 
5 bags at 90c, 40 bbls. at 
1.35, 1 bbl. at 2.85; sugar, 
11,506 lbs. at 5.11, 105 lbs. 
at 6.61, 9,658 at 5.51; starch, 
400 lbs. at 6%c, 400 lbs. at 
614c; sapolio, y 2 grs. at 
11.30; olives, 2 doz. at 4.50; 
capers, 2 doz. at 1.75; herring, 
4 kegs at 3.25; canned vege- 



30 50 
107 51 



617 46 



29 


55 


34 


05 


179 


26 


2 


50 


2 


30 


47 


50 


5 
3 


38 
29 


1 


43 


5 


00 


70 


55 


600 


40 



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175 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued 
Hospital for the Insane, Hamilton.— Continued. 

Expenses.— Continued. 



tables, 10 doz. at 95c, 12 doz. 
at 1.20, 8 doz. at 1.65; codfish, 
400 lbs. at 7c; corn starch, 
40 lbs. at 7}ic; shredded 
wheat, 2 case at 3.60; sal. 
soda, 225 lbs. at 80c; malta 
vita, 3 cases at 2.85; corn 
flakes, 2 cases at 2.85; sar- 
dines, 1 case at 12.50; mo- 
lasses, 87 gals, at 26c; 
raisins., 112 lbs. at 8c; figs, 
735 lbs. at 7%c; sundries, 
4.80 1,467 65 

Twin City Oil Co., Ltd., paint, 
oils, etc 156 31 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
repairs to typewriters 12 35 

Valley City Seating Co., Ltd., 
shaped seats, 74 at 60c ... 44 40 

Venator, W. L., bed feet, 512 

at 4c 20 48 

Vernon, Henry & Son, city 
directory, 2 copies at 4.00. ... 8 00 

Walling, S., musical services... 2 00 

Walsh, W. J. r plumbing sup- 
plies 31 18 

Watkins, Thos. C, chintz, 8 yds. 
at 25c; shades, 2 at 99c; 
window blinds, 47 at 70c; 
quilt, 1 at 7.75; awnings, 
25.96 70 59 

Waugh, W. J., ties, 5 doz. at 
3.00; handkerchiefs, 6 doz. at 
1.50; collars, 3 doz. at 1.50; 
shirts, iy 2 doz. at 12.00 46 50 



Webber, Thos., straw, 51 tons 

710 lbs. at 10.00 513 55 

Webber, Wm. E., straw, 24 

tons 789 lbs. at 12.00 292 73 

West Disinfecting Co., kilroach, 

50 lbs. at 40c 20 00 

West, Taylor, Bickle & Co., Ltd., 
brooms, 15 doz. at 4.25, less 
discount, 75c 63 00 

White & Co., Ltd., oranges, 234 
doz. at 40c, 1 case at 3.00; 
bananas, 133 doz. at 15c; 
grape-fruit, 1 case at 5.25; 
seed potatoes, 40 bags at 2.75; 
cranberries, 2y 2 bbls. at 12.00, 
oysters, 1% gals, at 1.75, 3 
gals, at 1.65; lemons, 1 case 
at 3.25; apples, 19 bbls. at 
3.00, 15 bbls. at 3.50, 33 bus. 
at 1.00, 12 bus. at 1.25 430 13 

Wood Milling Co., oatmeal, 60 
bags at 2.25; oil cake, 1,800 
lbs. at 38.50; flour, 20 bags at 
1.85; bran, 1 ton at 23.00; 
shorts, 1 ton at 24.00 253 65 

Wood, Vallance & Co., sheet 
brass, 1% lbs. at 30c; hay 
fork, 1 at 2.00; mattress 
twine, 6 lbs. at 40c; sundries, 
83c 

Woods, Walter & Co., paper 
bags, 10.58; brooms, 2 doz. at 
6.00 



Hospital for the Insane, Kingston. 

Salaries ($43,699.54). 



5 68 



22 58 



E. Ryan, M.D.: Twelve months' 

W. C. Barber, M.D.: Two 

E. H. Young, M.D.: Ten 

R. V. McCarley, M.D.: 

E. H. Young, M.D.: Two 

S. M. Fisher, M.D.: Twelve 

W. T. McConnell, M.D.: 

W. R. Dick: 

R. S. Graham: 

E. Thompson: 

S. McNeill : 

S. E. Winch: 

jGeo. Watson: Eight 

J A. Mclvor: Twelve 

T. W. McCammon: 

|T. McGuire: 

W. Potter: 

John Lambert: 

Geo. Ford: 

J. Dennison: 

J. McMaster: 



salary as Superintendent 2 

do Asst. Superintendent 

do do 1 

do Physician 

do First Asst. Physician 

do Second do 1 

do Pathologist 

do Bursar 1 

do Storekeeper 1 

do . Clerk and Stenographer 

do Matron 

do Asst. Matron 

do Tailor 

do Laundryman 

do Baker 

do Butcher 

do Engineer 

do Asst. Engineer 

do Electrical Engineer 

do Carpenter 

do Asst. Carpenter 



,600 00 
250 00 
,250 00 
780 00 
166 00 
,000 00 
600 00 
,500 00 
,100 00 
650 00 
600 00 
300 00 
333 00 
600 00 
650 00 
400 00 
740 00 
500 00 
550 00 
650 00 
420 00 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 

Hospital for the Insane, Kingston.— Continued. 

Salaries.— Continued. 

T. C. Elliott: Twelve months' salary as Painter 480 00 

Hugh Derry: do Mason 750 00 

James Gillespie: do Asst. Mason 480 00 

Hugh Ross: do Farmer 600 00 

W. Carr: do Gardener 500 00 

W. Good: do Asst. Gardener 480 00 

A. Sheely: do Stableman 322 00 

B. Sears: do Messenger 360 00 

W.W.Butler: Six do bewageman 150 00 

Estelle Bull: Twelve do Musician 264 00 

J.Johnston: Five do Tailor 180 35 

J.Davidson: Twelve do Chief Attendant 500 00 

Supervisors (Male) : 2,924 15 

Attendants : 7,648 20 

Supervisors (Female) : 2,726 44 

Nurses: '. 5,194 92 

Cooks : 1,429 45 

Maids: 563 59 

Laundresses: 633 00 

Seamstresses: 475 00 

Stokers : 1,372 77 

Temporary Assistance: 26 67 



Abramson, Jos., ties, 12 doz. at 
2.50; sox, 4 doz. at 3.00; 
gloves, 6 prs. at 75c; mitts, 
3 doz. at 3.00, 4 pr. at 1.25; 
handkerchiefs, 6 doz. at 1.50, 
7 doz. at 1.00 

Adams, J. G., maple syrup, 31 
gals, at 1.00 

Ainslee, Wm. G., lamb, 870 lbs. 
at 10%c; carcass, 2 at 3.50; 
mutton, 215 lbs. at lie, 930 
lbs. at 12c; corned beef, 1,035 
lbs. at 8c; veal, 420 lbs. at 
lie 

Allen, W. J., musical services. . 

Allmark, J., pictures, 8 at 50c 

American Medico-Psychological 
Assn., annual dues 

Angrove Bros., harmonicas, 1 at 
1.00, 8 at 35c; phonograph 
records, 13 at 85c, 2 at 1.00, 
13 at 1.25, 3 at 1.50; tennis 
balls, 1 doz. at 4.80; sundries, 
50c 

Arbuckle, A. W., musical ser- 
vices 

Arthur, G. H., shawl rugs, 2 at 
200; repairs to implements, 
1.80 

Arthurs, A., confectionery 

Atteaux Dyestuff & Chemical 
Co., Ltd., soap, 5,156 lbs. at 
7c; wyandotte soda, 2,800 lbs. 
at 1.75 

Bailey Broom Co., brooms, 30 
doz. at 4.00 

Bain, W. H., map of Ontario. . . 



Expenses ($73,992.30). 

Baker, W. J., pipes, 12 doz. at 
2.25; repairs to billiard tables, 
1.85; tobacco, 5 lbs. at 1.00, 
55 lbs. at 50c, 5 lbs. at 80c, 

72 lbs. at 85c 126 55 

76 50 Balantyne & Moffatt, brushes, 
2% doz. at 6.00, y 3 doz. at 
31 00 15.00, i/o doz. at 7.20, % doz. 
at 3.00, y 4 doz. at 3.60; sun- 
dries, 1.07 33 57 

Barber, W. C, expenses re con- 
cert 4 00 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
371 77 65.55; rent of instruments, 
57 00 103.23 168 78 

4 00 Bennett, Edward, milch cow ... 75 00 

Bennett, W. C, repairing uten- 

5 00 sils 6 60 

Bennett & Halligan, garbage 
cans, 4 at 5.00; repairing uten- 
sils, 52.55 72 55 

Besh, Wm. A., tuning pianos. . . 4 50 

Best, L. T., drugs, chemicals, etc 63 55 
42 90 Blackley, Wm., beef, 502 lbs. at 

9c 45 18 

57 75 Blacklock, W. J., potatoes, 19 

bus. at 1.25, 31 bus. at 1.00; 
apples, 28% bus. at 90c ..... 80 40 
5 80 Boeckh Bros. Co., Ltd., tampico 

18 40 fibre, 300 lbs. at 20c 60 00 

Boyd, Geo. W., livery hire .... 4 50 

Boyd, R. & Sons, livery hire ... 4 50 

British Medical Association, 

409 92 annual dues 6 10 

British Whig Pub. Co., advertis- 

120 00 ing 8 10 

1 95 Bruton, Archie, cow 50 00 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued 
Hospital for the Insane, Kingston.— Continued. 



Bunt, J. B., & Co., lanterns, 1 
doz. at 9.00; sauce pans, 1 at 
1.65, 1 at 1.40, 1 at 4.50; roast 
pans, 1 at 1.50; gasoline, 43 
gals, at 18c, 43% gals, at 19c, 
47 3-7 gals, at 22c, 45 gals, at 
24c; lantern burners, 2 doz. 
at 1.50, 2 doz. at 75c; wyan- 
dotte soda, 4 bbls. at 8.50, 1 
bbl. at 7.50; scissors, y 2 doz. 
at 5.00; hair clippers, 2 prs. 
at 2.50; rubber tubes, 5 at 
50c; repairs to range, 6.21; 
candle wick, Sy 2 lbs. at 35c; 
axe, 1 at 1.00; pails, 12 at 50c, 
3 doz. at 3.25, 6 doz. at 1.00; 
iron, hardware, etc, 38.95; 
boilers, 1 at 2.10, 1 at 2.25; 
brass polish, 3 doz. at 2.40, 8 
doz. at 2.50; lantern globes, 
3 doz. at 90c, 2 doz. at 1.00, 
2 doz. at 2.25; glass sprayers, 
1 doz. at 10.00; trays, 2 at 
10.00; carvers, 1 case at 7.00; 
kettle, 1 at 1.10; paint, oils, 
etc., 20.88; hoe drill, 1 at 1.00; 
repairs to implements, 5.95; 
safety razors, 2 at 5.00 

Burns, John, & Co., repairs to 
utensils 

Bursar, to pay sundries 

Bushel, J., berries, 108 boxes at 
16c 

Canada Machinery Corporation, 
Ltd., repairs to machinery... 

Canada Preserving Co., Ltd., 
canned fruit, 4 doz. at 2.00; 
maple syrup, 27 gals, at 85c; 
jam, 180 lbs. at 12%c, 540 lbs. 
at 7c, 180 lbs. at 13c, 600 lbs. 
at 7V 2 c 

Canadian Consolidated Rubber 
Co., Ltd., hospital sheets, 2 
doz. at 23.00; less discount, 
1.38 

Can. Express Co., express 
charges 

Canadian Medical Association, 
Journal, subscription 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, mes- 
sages 

Canadian Printing Co., printing 

Canadian Public Health Assn., 
annual dues 

Carnovsky, W. H., cherries, 12 
bas. at 1.25, 128 boxes at lie, 
72 boxes at 13%c; peaches, 
12 boxes at 1.00; bananas, 1 
bunch at 1.50, 1 bunch at 1.60; 
sundries, 7.25; plums, 4 bas. 
at 75c, 20 bas. at 60c 

Carr, W., seeds, etc 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Carroll, Wm, & Co., uniforms, 3 

at 18.00 54 00 

Cataraqui Cemetery Co., inter- 
ments 19 00 

Cashman, Wm., seed potatoes, 

13 bags at 2.00 26 00 

Central Prison Industries, blan- 
kets, 1,399 lbs. at 50c; shoes, 
50 prs. at 1.80, 100 prs. at 
1.60; bed knobs, 12 doz. at 
75c; wrappers, etc, 8.70; top 
mounts, 4 doz. at 2.00; brooms, 
6 doz. at 4.00, 19 doz. at 3.75. 1,070 45 

Chaddock, John, veal, 75 lbs. at 

10c; chickens, 2 prs. at 80c. 9 10 

Chown, A. P., drugs, chemicals, 
etc 351 60 

Chown, Edwin, & Son, leather, 
5iy 2 lbs. at 38c, 80 lbs. at 40c, 

11 lbs. at 30c; sundries, 7.36. 62 23 
Christmas, W. J., coffee, 100 lbs. 

at 25c; prunes, 300 lbs. at 
lie; cocoa, 6 doz. at 3.00; 

soap, 6 boxes at 4.00 107 50 

Climax Chemical Co., drugs, 

chemicals, etc 99 08 

Clow, Mathias, seed potatoes, 10 

298 86 bags at 1.60 16 00 

Cochrane, Geo., expenses captur- 

32 82 ing eloper 14 34 

12 86 Coleman Baking Powder Co., 

baking powder, 9 doz. at 

17 28 2.69 2-9 24 23 

College Book Store, hymn books, 

6 09 18.72; stationery, etc., 43.37.. 62 09 

Connell, Dr. J. C, professional 

services 4 00 

Connell, W. T., books 3 00 

Consolidated Optical Co., repairs 

to spectacles 3 67 

158 15 Corbett, S. S., interments 13 00 

Coulter, V., cow 60 GO 

Crawford & Walsh, tweed, 398% 
yds. at 50c, 98^ yds. at 60c; 
serge, 70^ yds. at 2.60; sun- 
dries, 75c; uniform suits, 6 

at 27.00 604 38 

Crego, G. S., seeds, etc 4 00 

Croft, Mrs. H., rent of farm ... 100 00 
Crothers, W. J., Co., biscuits, 
408 tins at 24c, 36 tins at 23c, 

12 tins at 25c, 23% lbs. at 
10V 2 c.; broken biscuits, 705 

2 00 lbs. at 4c; boxes, 1.50 146 19 

Cross, E„ repairing flag pole ... 5 00 

Cudahy Packing Co., old dutch 
cleanser, 300 lbs. at 4c; less 

discount, 24c 11 76 

Cullen, J., prunes, 300 lbs. at 

10c; tea, 20 lbs. at 35c, 500 

76 15 lbs. at 28c; salt, 5 bbls. at 

15 10 1.40; soap, 10 boxes at 4.00; 



44 


62 


37 


61 


5 


00 


2 


31 


35 


96 



12 P.A. 



178 



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Xo. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Kingston. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



canned vegetables, 6 doz. at 

1.70; sugar, 1,603 lbs. at 4.95; 

coffee, 125 lbs. at 29c 

Cuthill, Jas., potatoes, 20 bus. at 

1.25 

Dalton, W. B., & Sons, paint, 

oils, etc., 43.75; rope, 23 lbs. at 

28c, 33 y 2 lbs. at 12y 2 c, 55 ft. 

at 10c; latches, 1 doz. at 1.00, 

1 doz. at 3.00; locks, 2 doz. at 
8.00, 1 doz. at 2.40, y 3 doz. at 
9.60; hinges, 1 doz. at 2.00, 2 
doz. at 50c; hooks, 2 gro. at 
1.75; spoons, 1 doz. at 3.00; 
moulding, 100 ft. at 6c, 108 
ft. at 4c, 100 ft. at 3c; chain, 
42 lbs. at 6y 2 c; night latches, 

3 at 2.00; sash tools, 1 doz. at 
4.00; steak knives, 2 at 1.20; 
files, % doz. at 5.25, y 2 doz. 
at 6.00; brass polish, 6 doz. at 
1.50; wire cloth, 500 ft. at 2c, 
16^/3 yds. at 50c; iron, hard- 
ware, etc., 65.82; grommets, 
5 gro. at 1.50; butts, 3 doz. at 
1.50, 3 doz. at 80c; padlocks, 
24 at 45c; nails, 1 keg at 2.65; 
mirror plate, 2 lights at 1.65, 

2 lights at 80c, 2 lights at 
1.00; keys, 1 doz. at 2.40; 
mitts, 1 pr. at 1.50; snatch 
block, 1 at 4.00; drawer pulls, 
2 doz. at 60c; paint brushes, 

4 at 25c, 4 at 45c; butchers' 
steel, 1 at 1.00; wax, 4 lbs. at 
50c; steel rope, 200 ft. at 3c; 
tacks, 12 lbs. at 30c 

Daly, M. J., apples, 6 bbls. at 
2.75 

Davidson, J., eggs, 8 doz. at 25c, 
11 doz. at 23c; expenses re 
patients to circus, 30.00 

Day, H. W., eggs, 30 doz. at 23c, 
8 doz. at 25c, 13 doz. at 30c; 
chicken, 53 lbs. at 15c 

Delany & Pettit Co., Ltd., hair, 
400 lbs. at 50c; moss, 155 lbs. 
at 7%c, 8 lbs. at 30c 

Delahaye, G., diamond cleanser, 
15 cases at 2.75 

Dinnie, E., corned beef, 3,475 lbs. 
at 8c, 504 lbs. at 9c; fresh 
beef, 2,565 lbs. at 9c; mutton, 
385 lbs. at 12c 

Dobbs, J. R. C, & Co., inspec- 
tion of typewriter, 5.00; type- 
writer supplies, 75c 

Dolan, M. J., repairs to harness 

Dom. Express Co., express 
charges 

Dominion Fish Co., Ltd., fish, 
15,600 lbs. at 6c; haddie, 120 



349 80 
25 00 



281 


46 


16 


50 


34 


53 


20 


75 


214 


03 


41 


25 



600 41 



5 75 
150 25 

18 89 



lbs. at 7%c; trout, 21 lbs. at 
15c; salt cod, 40 lbs. at 12%c; 
oysters, 1 gal. at 2.40, % gal. 
at 2.00, 8 pts. at 30c, 2 pts. at 
50c; chicken, 114 lbs. at 
121/oC, 36% lbs. at 18c, 2y 2 
prs. at 1.00, iy 2 prs. at 1.75, 
31 lbs. at 15c, 33 lbs. at 16c, 
450 lbs. at 13c; geese, 18 lbs. 
at 15c; turkey, 12% lbs. at 
22c 

Donaldson, J. A., tea, 500 lbs. 
at 28c; jam, 750 lbs. at 7%c; 
coffee, 123 lbs. at 29c; sugar, 
3,159 lbs. at 4.95; canned vege- 
tables, 20 doz. at 1.50, 20 doz. 
at 1.00, 20 doz. at 1.10, 20 doz. 
at 1.25 • 

Donoghue, C, grd. barley, 3 tons 
at 31.00; grd. oats, 2 tons at 
34.00; sundries, 40c 

Downey, J. H., & Co., seeds, etc. 

Drumm, John, trav. expenses.. 

Dunlop, A. W., syrup, 4,618 lbs. 
at 4c; tea, 100 lbs. at 28c . . . 

Dutton, Miss M., sheet music . . 

Eaton, Theo. H., & Son, laundry 
blue, 6 boxes at 2.50; less dis- 
count, 30c 

Eddy, E. B., Co., Ltd., matches, 
10 cases at 3.00; wrapping 
paper, 652 lbs. at 3c 328 
lbs. at 3 l-10c; paper bags, 
52,55 

Elliott, J. W., lard, 300 lbs. at 
14c, 500 lbs. at 15%c; soap, 
10 boxes at 4.00, 8 boxes at 
5.00, 3 boxes at 3.35 

Penwick, Mrs., eggs, 25 doz. at 
40c, 18 doz. at 45c, 86% doz. 
at 25c, 63i/ 2 doz. at 23c: 
chicken, 1 at 50c, 12 lbs. at 
12y 2 c 

Ferguson, W., potatoes, 16 bags 
at 1.25 

Finkle & Co., livery hire 

Fisher Bros., grain, 58 loads at 
3.00 

Fleischmann & Co., yeast, 194 
lbs. at 30c 

Fletcher Mfg. Co., Ltd., almond 
paste, 10 lbs. at 40c 

Foden, J., musical services . . . 

Freeman, C, eggs, 30 doz. at 45c. 

Frontenac Club, subscription to 
magazine 

Gallagher, E. V., expenses cap- 
turing eloper 

Gallagher, T., inspection of 
scales 

Garbutt, D. J., keys, 13 at 15c, 1 
at 10c 



1,059 39 



487 17 



161 


40 


82 


50 


17 


55 


212 


72 


8 


50 



14 70 



81 27 



208 30 



56 34 



20 00 
6 00 


74 00 


58 20 


4 00 
57 00 
13 50 


1 00 


3 00 


2 00 


2 05 



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179 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane. — Kingston. — Continued. 

Expenses. — Continued. 

Garlock Packing Co., ring pack- canned salmon, 4 doz. at 2.50; 

ing, 17% lbs. at 1.20; 8 11-16 sundries, 5.65; tea, 100 lbs. at 

lbs. at 1.50; gaskets, 2 9-16 25c; potatoes, 3 bus. at 1.25; 

lbs. at 1.00; sheet packing, flavoring extract, 6 doz. at 90c. 114 00 

10% lbs. at 35c, 3% lbs. at Graham, E., hay, 4 tons 570 lbs 

80c; lace leather, 4 11-16 lbs. at 14.00 59 99 

at 90c; sundries, 5.63 52 73 Grand Trunk Ry., freight 

German, D. A., potatoes, 36 bags charges 126 73 

at 1.00 36 00 Gravelle. O., apples, 15 bbls. at 

Gibson, Geo., rolled oats, 5 bbls. 3.00, 1 bbl. at 5.00; cow, 1 at 

at 5.45, 15 bbls. at 5.20, 35 60.00 110 00 

bbls. at 5.50; cheese, 92 lbs. at G.N.W. Telegraph Co., messages 16 55 

15c; jello, 24 doz. at 1.15, 6 Green, S., cows, 4 at 65.00, 1 at 

doz. at 1.10; cracked wheat, 55.00; rent of pasture, 150.00; 

200 lbs. at 3.50; stove polish, beef, 1,632 lbs. at 12%c, 255 

6 doz. at 85c; soap, 10 boxes lbs. at 9%c, 3,760 lbs. at 9c . . 1,030 98 

at 4.00; canned vegetables, 8 Guess, L„ livery hire 5 00 

doz. at 1.60, 8 doz. at 1.10; Guild & Hanson, city direc- 

straw, 1 ton at 8.00; shoe tories, 2 at 2.50 5 00 

polish, 12 doz. at 1.10; shorts, Gunning, S., evergreens, 3 loads 

2 ton at 29.00; sugar, 913 lbs. at 2.00 6 00 

at 5.35; rolled wheat, 3 bbls. Halliiday, Jas., purchase of meat 1,873 62 

at 3.00, 3 bbls. at 3.75, 6 bbls. Halpin, J., use of cultivator, 

at 3.25, 2 bbls. at 3.40, 3 bbls. 5.00; use of binder, 13.00 18 00 

at 3.35; cocoa, 6 doz. at 2.60; Hamilton Engine Packing Co., 

cornmeal, 200 lbs. at 2.55, 300 repairs to machinery 136 02 

lbs. at 2.50; sapolio, 2 cases Harcourt, E. H., Co., Ltd., bind- 

at 3.05; prunes, 400 lbs. at ing 5 60 

9M*c.; sundries, 8.46; canned Harpell, H. J., gravel, 2 loads 

salmon, 8 doz. at 2.35; split at 1.50 3 00 

peas, 400 lbs. at 3.90; salt, 4 Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., fer- 

sacks at 70c, 2 bbls. at 1.35; tilizer, 70 lbs. at 28.50 ton ... 9 98 

cracked feed, 2 tons at 37.00; Harrison, T. P., Co., repairs to 

potatoes, 3 bus. at 1.30, 30 furniture, 64.25; mirrors, 2 at 

bbls. at 3.70 913 66 2.50; blinds, 2 at 1.20, 1 at 

Gibson, W. W., drugs, chem- 2.90, 2 at 3.80, 1 at 3.00; brass 

icals, etc 503 10 rods, 10 at 47%c, 24 at 15c. . 93 50 

Gillett, E. W., & Co., Ltd., bak- Hartz, J. P., Co., Ltd., medical 

ing powder, 6 doz. at 3.40; supplies 106 93 

perfumed lye, 4 doz. at 3.40 . 34 00 Henderson, J. R., cider, 616 gals. 

Glover, A., syrup, 6,895 lbs. at at 25c; grape fruit, 1 case at 

3%c; soap, 10 boxes at 4.00; 4.00, y 2 case at 2.50, 1 case at 

vinegar, 42 gals, at 25c; can- 4.25, 1 case at 5.35; lemons, 1 

ned salmon, 8 doz. at 2.20; case at 3.25, 6 cases at 3.50, 3 

I cream of wheat, 2 bags at 3.40; . cases at 5.50; honey, 1 doz. 

cornstarch, 80 lbs. at 7^c; jars at 1.50, 125 lbs. at 12%c; 

tea, 10 lbs. at 35c; jam, 750 pineapples, 2 cases at 3.25, 1 

lbs. at 8c; sapolio, y 2 gro. at case at 1.75; tea, 432 lbs. at 

12.00; sundries, 3.50; figs, 512 25c; cassia, 5 lbs. at 30c; 

lbs. at 5y 2 c; tobacco, 18 lbs. cheese, 180 lbs. at 15c; cream 

at 80c; blacking, 6 doz. at of wheat, 200 lbs. at 3%c; 

60c; canned vegetables, 8 doz. pickles, 5 gals, at 1.15, 5 gals, 

at 1.00, 8 doz. at 1.20 i 8 doz. at 55c; figs, 614 lbs. at 6c; 

at 1.50; cornmeal, 1 bbl. at tomatoes, 1 bas. at 1.75, 1 bas. 

5.00; molasses, 5 gals, at 35c; at 1.00; peaches, 2 bas. at 1.25, 

sardines, 1 case at 10.50; jelly 32 bas. at 80c, 5 bas. at 90c, 

powder, 12 doz. at 1.00 526 09 20 bas. at 45c, 11 bas. at 75c; 

(Gordon, Mrs. Jas., cow 50 00 pears, 34 bas. at 75c; sundries, 

(Gordon, John, dried apples, 296 31.01; oranges, 1 case at 3.75, 

lbs. at lli4c; prunes, 300 lbs. 4 cases at 3.25, iy 2 cases at 

at 7%c; shoe polish, 6 doz. at 3.50, 1 case at 3.40; eggs, 30 

9c; ginger, 10 lbs. at 30c; doz. at 28c, 111 doz. at 25c, 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for the Insane, Kingston. — Continued. 



Expenses. — Continued. 



30 doz. at 23c, 30 doz. at 33c, 
62y 2 doz. at 37c; prunes, 800 
lbs. at 9c; sugar, 1,200 lbs. at 
5.10; cornmeal, 200 lbs. at 
2.65; mustard, 12 jars at 80c; 
sapolio, 1 box at 3.85; canned 
vegetables, 6 doz. at 1.50; 
starch, 220 lbs. at 7c, 400 lbs. 
at 6^0.; bananas, 1 bunch at 
1.90; blueberries, 15 bas. at 
1.25; grapes, 124 bas. at 25c, 

5 bas. at 30c; potatoes, 24 
bags at 95c 

Hendry, J. A., wrapping paper, 
16 lbs. at 6V>c; toilet paper, 

6 cases at 6.40 

Hentig, Geo., trays, 5 at 1.50; 

glass, 4.00; hammer, 1 at 70c, 
1 at 1.00, 1 at 1.50; valves, 4 
at 90c; iron wire, 50 lbs. at 
5c; pail, 1 at 75c; kettles, 3 
at 1.60; coffee boiler, 1 at 
1.40; iron, hardware, etc., 9.78; 
discs, 6 at 50c; rubber plugs, 
6 at 35c; roast pans, 2 doz. 
at 4.25; measures, 3 at 60c; 
teapots, 2 at 2.00; centre 
dishes, 3 at 3.25 

Hiscock, J., cranberries, 20 qts. 
at 12V 2 c 

Hoag, Frank J., drugs, chem- 
icals, etc 

Hogan, E. W., livery hire 

Hogan, W., blacksmithing 

Hopkinson, W. E., & Bro., syrup, 
6,630 lbs. at 4c 

Imperial Mfg. Co., plumbing 
supplies 

Ingram & Bell, medical supplies 

International Railway Pub. Co., 
Ltd., subscription to railway 
guide, 2 years 

Jackson, C, cleaning chimneys. 

Jackson, Misses M. & E., hats, 72 
at 1.00 

Jackson Press, printing and 
binding, etc 

James, T. O., tea, 200 lbs. at 28c; 
sugar, 1,567 lbs. at 4.95, 1,570 
lbs. at 4.65; coffee, 130 lbs. at 
29c; canned vegetables, 20 
doz. at 1.50, 20 doz. at 1.25, 20 
doz. at 1.10, 20 doz. at 1.00.. 

Jamieson, A. & J., plumbing re- 
pairs 

Jennings, H., boots, 20 prs. at 
3.50, 15 prs. at 2.50, 15 prs. at 
1.75 

Kaylor, C. O., potatoes, 6 bus. at 
1.50; eggs, 5 doz. at 25c; 
apples, 5 bus. at 75c 

Kenny, Jas., sugar, 1,265 lbs. at 
5.35, 615 lbs. at 4.95; tea, 340 



778 36 
39 44 



67 


68 


2 


50 


233 
3 

202 


83 
50 
00 


265 


20 


36 
38 


65 
40 


4 

22 


00 
50 


72 


00 


137 


10 



341 28 


55 


30 


133 


75 


14 


00 



lbs. at 28c; starch, 200 lbs. at 
8%c; cream of wheat, 1 bag 
at 3.50; cornmeal, 1 bbl. at 
5.50; starch, 117 lbs. at 6V 2 c; 
vinegar, 43 gals, at 25c; salt, 
1 bbl. at 3.00; soap, 5 boxes at 
4.30; cornstarch, 160 lbs. at 
6y 2 c 272 57 

King's Printer, distribution sta- 
tionery 36 25 

Kingston Penitentiary, bush 

hammers, 2 at 1.78 % 3 57 

Kingston & Pembroke Ry. Co., 

freight charges 12 64 

K. P. & C. Elec Ry., car tickets, 
132.80; electrical repairs, 5.00. 137 80 

Knowlton, J. F., apples, 2 bbls. 
at 2.25, 20 bbls. at 3.00; berries, 
96 boxes at ll%c; parsnips, 
1,749 lbs. at 1.80; carrots, 2,144 
lbs. at 1.80 145 61 

Knapp, A. C, rowlocks, 5 prs. 

at 50c 2 50 

Laidlaw, John, & Son, recover- 
ing umbrella 1 50 

Lalonde, W. S., violin strings, 1 
doz 1 20 

Lambert, Thos., suiting, 215% 
yds at 62 1/ 2 c, 209 yds. at 52 %c 306 69 

Leahy, T. J., jam, 235 lbs. at 
9c; marmalade, 18 tins at 
75c; sugar, 1,261 lbs. at 4.95, 
597 lbs. at 4.65; syrup, 1,334 
lbs. at 3%c; olives, 3 
bot. at 50c; potatoes, 100 
bags at 95c; candles, 6 
lbs. at 50c; tea, 340 lbs. at 
28c; rice, 200 lbs. at 4.10; 
salt, 2 bbls. at 1.50; canned 
fruit, 8 doz. at 1.20; pickles, 
12 bots. at 1.00 402 35 

Lee, W. J., canned salmon, 8 doz. 
at 2.80; canned vegetables, 6 
doz. at 1.10; sugar, 888 lbs. at 
5.35; L. & P. sauce, 1 doz. at 
4.00; sago, 100 lbs. at 7y 2 c; 
tea, 10 lbs. at 40c; barley, 100 
lbs. at 4c; coffee, 131 lbs. at 
28c; rice, 200 lbs. at 4*4c; 
syrup, 1,970 lbs. at 4c 219 98 

Lemmon, Jos., syrup, 4,666 lbs. 

at 4c; tea, 100 lbs. at 28c ... 214 64 

Lemmon & Sons, ash sifter, 1 at 
3.50; comb and brush rack, 2 
at 1.50; toilet paper holders, 
6 at 1.00, 1 at 3.00; hose, 100 
ft. at 15c, 50 ft. at 20c; sun- 
dries, 3.65; towel rack, 1 at 
5.00; tube cleaners, 4 at 3.25. 62 15 

Lippincott, J. B., & Co., books. . . 5 00 

Lowe, Samuel, subscriptions to 

sundry newspapers 20 00 



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181 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Kingston. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Vlacnee & Minnes, towels, 8 doz. 
at 1.75, 4 doz. at 4.50, 2 doz. 
at 3.50, 4 doz. at 2.00; silesia, 
54 yds. at 12c, 103% yds. at 
17c; canvas, 49 yds. at 13%e, 
132% yds. at 15c, 48 yds. at 
14 Vo; crash, 700 yds. at 9c; 
flannel, 106% yds. at 32%e, 48 
yds. at 25c 81% yds. at 35c; 
duck, 45 yds. at 25%e, 52 yds. 
at 22 y 2 c, 50% yds. at 25c 53% 
yds. at 24%e, 56 yds. at 2iy 2 ; 
pillow cotton, 326 % yds. at 
16%c, 216% yds. at 17%c, 
117% yds. at 15c; thread, 

19 5-6 gro. at 5.32; cotton 
"blankets, 6 prs. at 1.25, 9 prs. 
at 1.20; handkerchiefs, 12 doz. 
at 80c, 2 doz. at 65c, 6 doz. 
at 90c, 6 doz. at 1.15; pins, 

20 pkgs. at 15c; linen thread, 
1 lb. at 2.80; quilts, 50 at 
1.37%, 5 at 1.45, 1 at 1.35; 
sundries, 81.10; surah, 60 yds. 
at 15%c, 50% yds. at 15c; 
buttons, 2 gro. at 3.50, 2' gro. 
at 85c, 2 gro. at 55c, 1 gro. 
at 3.25, 6 gro. at 1.10, 5 gro. at 
<50c, 2 gro. at 85c, 10 gro at 
1.25, 2 gro. at 1.50, 12 gro. at 
75c; dress goods, 97% yds. at 
22%c; mitts, 6^ doz. at 2.65; 
sheeting, 273% yds. at 25c, 
334% yds. at 23%c, 94 yds. at 
27%c, 317% yds. at 29%c, 
291 yds. at 29c, 306 yds. at 
22%c, 228% yds. at 28c; 
cotton, 1,237% yds. at 9%c, 
200 yds. at 14c, 300 yds. at 
9%e, 1,112 yds. at 9c, 69% 2 
yds. at 15%c, 88 yds. at 9%c, 
530 yds. at 16c; combs, 22 doz. 
at 90c, 3 doz. at 1.00, 12 doz. 
at 1.25; lining, 90 yds. at 
18%c; braces, 32 doz at 2.50; 
shoe laces, 5 gro. at 1.00, 5 gro. 
at 85c, 5 gro. at 90c, 5 gro. at 
95c; table oilcloth, 4 pes. at 
3.75; hose, 10 doz. at 1.80, 2 
doz. at 2.25; needles, 2,000 at 
1.00; tabling, 215% yds. at 
45c; flannelette, 428% yds. at 
9%e, 324% yds. at 10c; shirt- 
ing, 284% yds. at 14%c, 217% 
yds. at 12%c, 530% yds. at 
12%c; sateen, 97 yds. at 
22%c, 46 yds. at 25c; muslin, 
32 yds. at 27 %c, 40% yds. at 
25c; tweed, 224 yds. at 42%c, 
€2% yds. at 39 %c; haircloth, 
33% yds. at 25c, 52 .yds. at 
18%c; print, 296% yds. at 



lie; overalls, 3 doz. at 12.00; 
sox, 24 doz. at 1.75, 5 doz. at 
2.50, 4 doz. at 1.57%, 31 doz. 
at 1.65, 11 doz. at 1.85, 6 doz. 
at 2.25; cottonade, 52% yds. at 
20c; ticking, 206% yds. at 
21%c, 271% yds. at 19%c; 
denim, 56 yds. at 22%c; rain 
coats, 3 at 5.00; oilcoats, 3 at 
3.95; italian, 27 yds. at 42%c, 
75 yds. at 45c; drill, 61 yds. 
at 12%c; butter cloth, 240 
yds. at 4%c; collars, 12 doz. 
at 1.10 2,817 09 

Mahood Bros., baskets, 4 at 35c; 
jardinere, 1 at 1.50; sundries, 
1.15; croquet set, 1 at 4.95... 9 00 

Manda, W. A., seeds, plants, etc. 26 00 

Marshall, A. W., coffee, 290 lbs. 
at 25c; canned salmon, 8 doz. 
at 2.00; rice, 500 lbs. at 3%c; 
tea, 160 lbs. at 25c; flavoring 
extract, 6 doz. at 1.50; canned 
vegetables, 6 doz. at 1.20; soap, 
10 boxes at 4.00 203 45 

Marshall, H. W., brushes, 6 at 
2.75, 4 at 60c, 2 at 75c; paint, 
oils, etc., 9.94; plaster paris, 

1 bbl. at 3.50, 1 bbl. at 4.00; 
nails, 2 kegs at 2.70; files, 2% 
doz., 3.15; wheel barrow, 2 
at 2.50; butter knives, 1 doz. 
at 3.50; thermometers, % doz. 
at 5.50; brooms, 2 doz. at 1.75; 
gasoline, 50 gals, at 19%c; 
lawn mower, 1 at 6.00; ham- 
mocks, 3 at 1.50; coal bags, 
4 at 1.75; iron, hardware, etc., 
81.94; floor wax, 8 lbs. at 50c; 
razor blades, 62 doz. at 85c; 
curry combs, 6 at 20c; wash- 
ers, 1 box at 4.20, 1 box at 
3.60, 2 boxes at 3.52; ice saws, 

2 at 4.75; shaving brushes, 
2 doz. at 3.50; picture wire, 
6 doz. at 1.65; gloves, 1 doz. 
prs. at 4.50; paris green, 20 
lbs. at 23c; binder twine, 50 
lbs. at 10c; baking powder, 
25 lbs, at 12%c; mitts, 6 

prs. at 65c 296 11 

Martin, E. F., tobacco, 50 lbs. at 
55c, 108 lbs. at 85c, 5 lbs. at 
84c 123 50 

Mellow, A. W., apples, 6 bbls. 

at 3.00 18 00 

Metcalfe, Mrs. M. A., suet, 100 
lbs. at lie, 25 lbs. at 15c. ; 
corn beef, 1,971 lbs. at 8c ... 172 43 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
printing 8 CO 

Meyer Bros., laundry nets, % 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for the Insane, Kingston. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



doz. at 10.00., % doz. at 12.50; 
japan wax, 10 lbs. at 20c; bas- 
kets, 6 at 2.92; indelible ink, 
2 qts. at 4.50; powdered borax, 
365 lbs. at 5c 58 52 

Midland Shoe Co., boots, 25 prs. 
at 1.50 37 50 

Mills, Geo. & Co., mitts, 1 pr. at 4 00 

Monarch Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
typewriter supplies 4 50 

Mooney, K., travelling expenses 9 50 

Morris, J. T., figs, 1,280 lbs. at 
5%c; vinegar, 42 gals, at 
25c; sugar, 3,155 lbs. at 4.95; 
tea, 150 lbs. at 28c 279 07 

Morrison, Jas., Brass Mfg. Co., 
Ltd. sprinkler 68 

Morrison, R. A., eggs, 343 doz. 
at 45c, 90 doz. at 40c, 87 
doz. at 35c, 489 doz. at 25c, 
90 doz. at 22%c, 253% doz. 
doz. at 24c, 60 doz. at 27c, 
475 doz. at 30c; apples, 18% 
bbls. at 2.70; berries, 13 boxes 
at 17c, 310 boxes at lie, 422 
boxes at 10%c, 24 boxes at 
15c, 104 boxes at 12%c, 208 
boxes at 10c; chicken, 44% 
lbs. at 15c, 68 % lbs. at 16c . . 768 90 

Monedy, John, hay, 5 tons, 780 
lbs. at 14.00 75 46 

Murphy, W., beef, 789 lbs. at 

8%e 67 07 

Musson Book Co., Ltd., station- 
ery 6 00 

McAdoo, H., lamb, 5,375 lbs. 
at 7c; veal, 450 lbs. at lie... 425 75 

McAdoo, Nelson, beef, 36,250 

lbs., at 7c 2,537 50 

McAuley, Thos., stationery, etc. 381 48 

McAuliffe, R. F., trav. expenses 20 55 

McCammon, T. W., eggs, 9 doz. 
at 45c, 6 doz. at 40c, 6 doz. at 
25c; catering for annual ball, 
5.00 12 95 

McCarley, R., trav. expenses . . 6 15 

McColl, John, meat, 5,425 lbs. at 

8c 434 00 

McFarlane, J. A., ground feed, 3 

tons, at 34.00 102 00 

McGall, J., musical services, 
4.00; razor blades, 12 doz. at 
80c; tobacco, 308 lbs. at 45c, 
72 lbs. at 85c, 5 lbs. at 90c, 
119 lbs. at 55c 283 35 

McGuire, T., trav. expenses, 
1.40; eggs, 11 doz. at 25c, 22% 
doz. at 23c, 16% doz. at 24c 13 23 

McNeely, Wm, turkey, 90 lbs. at 

19c 17 10 

McNeil, S., expenses of patients 
at excursion 4 00 



McRow, Henry, rent of engine 
5 mos. at 8.00 per mo 

Nesbitt, Wm. J., barley, 1 bag at 
4.50; salt, 4 bbls. at 1.50; 
sugar, 932 lbs. at 5.40; rai- 
sins, 56 lbs. at 10c; starch, 
40 lbs. at 6%c; tea, 200 lbs. 
at 25c; canned vegetables, 6 
doz. at 1.35; cornmeal, 2 bags 
at 3.00; sundries, 5.25 

Newman, H. W., Electric Co., 
electrical supplies 

Newman & Shaw, muslin, 158% 
yds. at 25c, 364% yds. at 15c, 
117% yds. at 20c, 22 yds. at 
50c, 40 yds. at 18c, 142% yds. 
at 12 %c; lace, 176 7-8 yds. at 
8c, 252 yds. at 6c, 9 doz. yds. 
at 95c; curtain fringe, 62% 
yds. at 7c; table covers, 2 at 
1.50; scrim, 31 yds. at 10c; 
67% yds. at 25c; 18 yds. at 
20c, 48 yds. at 30c; shirts, 6 
at 1.00; hose, 8 doz. at 3.00; 
corsets, 2 doz. at 2.00; cups, 

1 doz. at 6.00; lawn, 101 yds. 
at 15c; collars, 28 at 15c, 34 
at 25c, 18 at 20c; belts, 5 doz. 
at 3.00; barrettes, 1 doz. at 
2.40; wool, 5 lbs. at 75c; 
blankets, 2 prs. at 1.50; flan- 
nelette, 168% yds. at 12%c; 
sundries, 29.83; sateen, 44 yds. 
at 30c, 136% yds. at 15c, 
144% yds. at 25c, 60 yds. at 
18c, 57% yds. at 20c, 10 yds. 
at 16c; cretonne, 10 yds. at 
18c, 34% yds. at 10c, 66% at 
15c; table linen, 39 yds. at 
1.25; 14 yds. at 1.00; ribbon, 
114% yds. at 15c; waists, 2 
at 1.50, 23 at 1.00; mitts, 3 
doz. at 1.00; clouds, 1% doz. at 
6.00; handkerchiefs, 14 doz. 
at 60c; shawls, 3 at 75c, 2 at 
1.00, 3 at 50c; ornaments, 3 
doz. at 2.00; brooches, 4 5-12 
doz. at 1.80; combs, 1% doz. 
at 1.80; towels, 4 doz. at 1.50, 
% doz. at 4.50, 1 doz. at 3.60, 
% doz. at 4.80, 2 doz. at 2.40, 

2 doz. at 2.34, 8 doz. at 2.28; 
cotton, 57% yds. at 15c, 64 
yds. at 20c; buttons, 4 gro. 
at 95c, print, 311 yds. at 
12 %c, 77% yds. at 15c; cur- 
tains 24 prs. at 1.75, 3 prs. 
at 3.50, 6 prs. at 1.65, 32 prs. 
at 1.50, 4 prs. at 2.00, 2 prs. at 
1.35; net, 45 yds. at 25c; 
linen, 33% yds. at 25c, 3 yds. 
at 50c, 13 yds. at 30c, sheet- 



40 00 



138 38 
209 60 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Kingston.— Continued. 

Expenses.— Continued. 



ing, 33 yds. at 50c, 372% yds. 
at 35c; quilts, 1 at 4.50, 1 at 
3.00, 2 at 3.50, 2 at 2.95, 30 at 
1.45, 6 at 1.35, 3 at 1.25, 11 at 
1.00; towelling, 2iy 2 yds. at 
30c; pillow cotton, 162 yds. at 
18c; rugs, 3 at 2.50; tassels, 
72 pr. at 6c; repp 24% yds. at 
25c; cushion tops, 78 at 25c, 11 
at 50c; napkins, 3 doz. at 50c; 
dresses, 10 at 4.50, 6 at 2.50; 
madras, 5 yds. at 39c, 6 yds. 
at 60c; shirting, 452% yds. 
at 15c 1,381 04 

Nichols Chemical Co., Ltd., 
chemicals, etc 35 00 

^icholls, Wm, veterinary serv- 
ices 53 50 

Nicholson, Robt., repairs to 
implements 16 30 

Nugent ^Jc Graham, spades, y 2 
doz. at 7.20; hoes, y 2 doz. at 
5.40; bread knives, y 2 doz. at 
4.20; iron, hardware, etc., 
2.33; saucepans, y 2 doz. at 
4.80 13 13 

)ckley Vincent & Sons, covered 
dishes, 18 doz. at 7.00, 2 doz. 
at 3.00; tumblers, 50 doz. at 
1.00; plates-, 2 doz. at 2.75, 2 
doz. at 2.50, 2 doz. at 2.20; but- 
ter coolers, 1 doz. at 5.00; y 2 
doz. at 3.60, 1 doz. at 4.80; 
basin, 1 doz. at 6.00; salad 
bowls, y 2 doz. at 1.80, y 2 doz. 
at 3.00; mustard pots, 1 doz. 
at 1.80; fruit jars, 2 doz. at 
75c, 8 doz. at 85c, 12 doz. at 
1.00; cups, 58 doz. at 75c, 2 
doz. at 2.75, 20 doz. at 1.00, 
2 doz. at 1.10, y 2 doz. at 2.25, 
2 doz. at 65c, 4y 2 doz. at 1.20; 
hospital sets, 18 at 2.00; sun- 
dries, 8.55; bowls, 23 1-6 doz. 
at 1.25; salts and peppers, 14. 
doz. at 1.80; vinegar bottles, 3 
doz. at 3.00; soap boxes, 2 doz. 

at 4.50 363 15 

arker, R. & Co., dying curtains 2 25 

arkhill, J. Y. & Co., eggs, 240 
doz. at 30c, 120 at 27c, 30 doz. 
at 32c, 147 doz. at 26c, 60 doz. 
at 29c, 30 doz. at 34c, 30 doz. 
at 22V 2 c; butter, 112 lbs. at 
29y 2 c, 200 lbs. at 27c; lard, 
240 lbs. at 12y 2 c, 220 lbs. at 
at 13c, 120 lbs. at 14y 2 c, 120 
lbs. at 15c; turkey, 744 lbs. 
at 16y>c; canned apples, 13 
doz. gal. at 2.90; berries, 510 
boxes at 7c; cheese, 267 lbs. 
at 15c, 86 lbs. at 15y 2 c; 
chicken, 58 lbs. at 10y>c; ham, 



131 lbs. at 16c; bacon, 52% 
lbs. beans at 16y>c, 18 40-60 
bus. as 2.45, 7 15-60 bus. at 
2.35; apples, 6 bbls. at 3.80, 6 
bbls. at 2.75; jams, 100 lbs. at 
7c 

Parks, Ralph, potatoes, 32 bus. 
at 1.25; apples, 3 bus. at 1.00. 

Partell, M., tea, 200 lbs. at 28c, 
10 lbs. at 35c; sugar, 615 
lbs. at 5.50, 629 lbs. at 5.00; 
blacking, 6 doz. at 55c, 2 doz. 
at 1.05; coffee, 100 lbs. at 28c; 
canned vegetables, 12 doz. at 
1.00; walnuts, 10 lbs. at 38c; 
eocoanut, 10 lbs. at 35c 

Partridge & Sons, screen 

Paul, Wm. J., tobacco, 216 lbs. 
at 45c, 90 lbs. at 80c 

Peters, Wm. P., barley and oats, 
2 ton at 28.00, 2 ton at 30.00; 
cotton seed meal, 1 ton at 
35.00; oats, 75 bus. at 90c, 
100 bus. at 53c, 2000 bus. 
at 55c; potatoes, 123 bags 30 
lbs. at 1.60; corn, 500 bus. at 
90c; bran, 10 tons at 24.00; 
rolled oats, 5 bbls. at 5.50, 5 
bbls. at 5.20; rolled wheat, 3 
bbls. at 3.00; seeds, etc., 
173.20; salt, 2 bags at 70c; 
barley, 1,000 bus. at 70c 

Pickering, C. H., syrup, 4,049 lbs. 
at 4c; sugar, 1,605 lbs. at 4.95; 
tea, 100 lbs. at 28c 

Postmaster, postage stamps... 

Purdy, Jas. E., prunes, 300 lbs. 
at 8c, 1,000 lbs. at 6%c; vine- 
gar, 41 gals, at 25c; cocoa, 12 
lbs. at 50c; sugar, 50 lbs. at 
7y 2 c, 1,553 lbs. at 4.95; cof- 
fee, 124 lbs. at 29c; figs, 384 
lbs. at 5%c; mince meat, 100 
lbs. at 7y 2 c; tea, 300 lbs. at 
28c 

Purdy, John, corned beef, 853 
lbs., at 8c 

Rankin, D. J., hay, 25 tons at 
15.00 

Redden, John, oat straw, 1 ton. 

Reed, Robert, expenses captur- 
ing eloper 

Rees Bros., bananas, 1 bunch at 
1.65, 1 bunch at 1.80 

Reid & Charles, shoes, 19 pr. at 
2.50, 30 pr. at 2.00, 1 pr. at 
1.50, 1 pr. at 3.00, 50 pr. at 
1.75; rubber boots, 2 pr. at 
4.50; slippers, 4 pr. at 1.50, 
7 pr. at 1.00, 14 pr. at 75c, 
9 pr. at 50c; rubbers, 6 pr. 
at 60c 



761 93 



43 00 



177 48 
5 40 

169 20 



3,195 94 



269 41 
287 85 



34 


45 


68 


24 


75 
6 


00 
00 


1 


15 


3 


45 



261 10 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for the Insane, Kingston.— Continued. 



Expenses. — Continued. 



Reid, Robt J., repairs to furni- 
ture, 9.61; bed lounge, 15.00; 
rent of tables, 3.40; tapestry, 
5 yds. at 2.50 40 51 

Reid, W. J., sugar, 1,241 lbs. at 
5.35, 615 lbs. at 4.95; tea, 340 
lbs>. at 28c; soap, 5 boxes at 
3.90; shoe polish, 6 doz. at 
95c; starch, 156 lbs. at 6^c; 
coffee, 133 lbs. at 28c; rolled 
wheat, 3 bbls. at 3.30 274 51 

Reid, W. M., mutton, 10,820 lbs. 
at lie, 3,380 lbs. at 12c; cow, 

1 at 60.00; veal, 2,100 lbs. at 
10c; lamb, 77 carcasses at 

6.50 2,366 30 

Richardson, Jas. & Sons, JLtd., 
potatoes, 214 bags, 45 lbs. at 

1.25 268 13 

Rigney & Hickey, oranges, 1 case 
at 4.75, 5 cases at 4.65, 1 case 
at 4.50; ginger, 10 lbs. at 30c; 
spirits for medical use, 82.70; 
flavoring extracts, 2 doz. at 
9.00; grape fruit, 3 doz. at 
80c, 1 case at 5.75; eggs, 8 doz. 
at 38c, 35 doz. at 30c, 60 doz. 
at 32c, 30 doz. at 35c, nuts, 
165 lbs. at 18c; raisins, 1 box 
at 4.50; 2 boxes at 3.60, 100 
lbs. at 9y 2 c, 112 lbs. at 9c, 2 
boxes at 1.25; olive®, 1 doz. at , 
4.50; French capers, 1 doz. at 
2.50, 1 doz. at 2.25; apples, 10 
bbls. at 3.50, 1 bbl. at 5.50; 
haddie, 60 lbs. at 8c; sugar, 
290 lbs. at 5.05, 936 lbs. at 5.30, 
913 lbs. at 5.25; corn starch, 
40 lbs. at 6c; vinegar, 78 gals, 
at 24c; sundries, 26.33; tea, 
232 lbs. at 26c, 10 lbs. at 45c, 
418 lbs. at 50c; canned vege- 
tables, 6 doz. at 1.75; lemons, 

2 cases at 4.00, y 2 case at 5.00, 
1 case at 5.50; soap, 5 boxes at 
4.15, 10 boxes at 4.05; figs, 
Ziy 2 lbs. at 1214c; grapes, 
10 lbs. at 20c; dates, 32y 2 
lbs. at 7%c; turkey, 91 lbs. 
at 18c; codfish, 48 lbs. at 8c; 
canned salmon, 8 doz. at 2.50, 
4 doz. at 2.75; cassia, 10 lbs. 
at 35c; cream of wheat, 2 
bags at 3.75; rice, 300 lbs. at 
3.85, 300 lbs. at 3.93; prunes, 
250 lbs. at 8y 2 c; coffee, 100 
lbs. at 28c; syrup, 1,971 lbs. 
at Zy 2 c; spice, 15 lbs. at 25c; 
bananas, 1 bunch at 2.00; 
chicken, 22 1 4 lbs. at 16c; cur- 
rants, 90 lbs. at 7%c; sapolio, 
14 gro. at 11.30; salt, 12 bbls. 



at 1.35, cornmeal, 1 bbl. at 
575; ham, 16 7-8 lbs. at 20c; 
beans, 432 lbs. at 6c; honey, 
410 lbs. at 12y 2 c; mustard, 
5 jars at 90c 1,070 40 

Ripley, Norman, expenses cap- 
turing eloper 1 00 

Robertson, J. Ross, Evening 

telegram, subscription 3 00 

Robertsons, Ltd., celery dishes, 
4 at 35c, 2 at 30c; vases, Zy 2 
doz. at 2.00, y 2 doz. at 3.00, 1 
at 1.00; fruit bowls, 1 at 
2.75; plates, 1 doz. at 2.50 
soup spoons, iy 2 doz. at 6.00 
egg spoons, \y 2 doz. at 3.25 
pickle jars, 3 at 90c; salts 
and peppers, y 2 doz. at 3.60 
cups, 1 doz. at 2.50; crockery 
glassware, etc., 7.36 44 99 

Robertson, Nicolle & Co., raisins, 
280 lbs. at 8c; currants, 86 
lbs. at 7 1 /2 e.; cassia, 10 lbs. 
at 23c; cloves, 5 lbs. at 27c; 
shelled almonds, 5 lbs. at 38c; 
sapolio, 2 cases at 2.85; 
prunes, 300 lbs. at 9%c; to- 
bacco, 126 lbs. at 77c; sun- 
dries, 7.30; figs, 21 lbs. at 12c; 
nutmegs, 5 lbs. at 35c; shoe 
polish, 12 doz. at 90c, 6 doz. at 
50c; jam, 210 lbs. at 7y 2 c; 
cornstarch, 40 lbs. at 5c; lye, 
2 cases at 3.50 215 74 

Roney & Co., braces, 5 doz. at 
3.00; underwear, 2 doz. at 
12.00; 18 doz. at 6.00; mitts, 

4 doz. at 6.00; mufflers, 2 doz. 
at 6.00; clothing, 2 suits at 
12.00; overalls, 3 doz. at 12.00; 
smocks, 3 doz. at 12.00; hats, 

5 1-12 doz. at 1.75, 3 1-12 doz. 
at 3.50, 2 1-12 doz. at 6.50; 
caps, 1 doz. at 9.00, 18 doz. at 
6.00; collars, 16 doz. at 1.50, y 4 
doz. at 1.60; socks, 20 doz. at 
2.50, 10 doz. at 2.00, 10 doz. at 
1.20; gloves, 2 doz. at 6.00, 
1 pr. at 1.00; sweater coats, 

6 at 75c; shirts, 2 at 1.00, 6 
doz. at 1.50, 2 doz. at 3.00; 
waterproof coat, 1 at 7.00 577 15 

Ross, Hugh, evergreens, 1 load 1 50 

Routley, Arthur K., repairing 

musical instruments 1 25 

Rudd Harness Co., harness, 1 

set 25 00 

Ryan, Dr. E. trav. expenses .... 42 80 

Sanitary Milk Co., ice cream, 

6 gals, at 1.50, 1 gal. at 1.60, 

y 2 gal. at 2.00; candy boxes, 

9.65; sundries, 2.46; candy, 6 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Kingston. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



lbs. at 40c, 125 lbs. at 10c, 
120 lbs. at 15c, 10 lbs. at 
12y 2 c, 68% lbs. at 25c, 10 lbs. 
at 20c; cream, 36 qts. at 40c 91 39 

Saunders. Chas., codfish, 24 lbs. 
at 8%c; pickles, 5 gals, at 
95c; sugar, 1,277 lbs. at 5.35, 
614 lbs. at 4.95; tea, 516 lbs. 
at 25c; soap, 5 boxes at 3.90; 
shoe polish, 6 doz. at 95c; 
sardines, 48 tins at 11% a; 
haddie, 90 lbs. at 8y 2 c; figs, 
503 lbs, at 5^c; starch, 117 
lbs. at 6y 2 c; coffee, 129 lbs. 
at 28c; rolled oats, 5 bbls. at 
5.50 370 49 

Saunders, John O., sausage, 437 
lbs. at lie, 59 lbs. at 15c, 400 
lbs. at 10 y 2 c; headcheese, 
243% lbs. at lie 125 70 

Sawyer, W. A., shoes, 14 pr. at 
3.00, 11 pr. at 3.75, 14 pr. at 
1.75, 27 pr. at 2.00, 23 pr. at 
3.50, 13 pr. at 2.25; rubbers, 24 
pr. at 85c, 12 at 75c ; slippers, 
6 pr. at 1.25, 10 pr. at 75c, 2 
pr. at 1.00 317 90 

Scally, John, eggs, 5 doz. at 50c, 

5 doz. at 45c, 7 doz. at 35c; 
chicken, 40 y 2 lbs. at 15c 13 28 

Scarborough Co., maps 4 90 

Scott, J. N., electrical supplies. . 32 04 

Selby and Youlden, grate bars, 
2 at 2.00 4 00 

Shales and Taugher, blacksmith- 

ing 144 16 

Shannon, Wm., apples, 8% bus. 

at 1.00 8 50 

Shaw, Hedley Milling Co., (con- 
tract) flour, 2,095 bags, at 
2.30 4,818 50 

Simmons Bros., repairs to range, 
8.00; spoons, 6 doz. at 2.00; 
tea pots, 8 at 85c, 2 at 2.50; 
weather strip, 108 ft. at 3y 2 c; 
force cups, % doz. at 7.00; 
repairs to boiler, 13.00; paint, 
oils, etc., 93.69; sieve wire, 

6 yds. at 40c; razors, 1 at 
2.50; asbestos wick, 8 lbs. at 
50c; rakes, 6 at 75c, 6 at 45c; 
scoops, 6 at 90c, 6 at 85c; dish 
pans, 6 at 40c, 12 at 85c; 
tubs, 6 at 1.15; charcoal, 12 
bus. at 25c; baskets, 3 at 1.35; 
brass sprayer, 2 at 75c; ice 
carrier, 1 at 5.75; oil heater, 
1 at 3.50; iron, hardware, etc, 
49.36; key chains, 5 doz. at 
1.00; mattress twine, 28 lbs. at 
35c; mitts, 11 pr. at 40c; galv. 
wire, 5 yds. at 60c; packing, 



15% lbs. at 1.25; repairs to 
scales, 5.00; valves, 3 at 3.90; 
picks, 6 at 50c; oil cans, 6 
at 1.25; razor blades, 20 doz. 
at 85c; copper wire, 15 lbs. 
at 50c; spades, 30 at 65c; 
manure forks, 6 at 95c; sa- 
polio, 1 case, at 3.50; pots, 2 
at 2.25; drive wheels, 2 at 
75c; lawn mower, 2 at 6.00, 
1 at 13.00; paint brushes, 6 at 
1.50, 3 at 1.25; wringer, 1 at 
9.00; scales, 1 set at 1.50; 
hose, 6 at 50c 438 26 

Simpson, S. H., dental services 50 00 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., 

Ltd., repairs to machines .... 4 45 

Sloan, Samuel, apples, 88 bus. at 
1.00, 45 bus. at 90c, 20 bus. 
at 80c; beef cattle, 4 head at 
60.00; turkey, 520 lbs. at 20c; 
seed potatoes, 179 bags at 2.00 846 50 

Smith Bros., napkin rings, 2 at 
1.25; alarm clock, 1 at 1.50; 
repairs to clocks, etc., 15.15.. 17 65 

Sowards, James Coal Co., coal, 
1 ton at 8.50, 21 tons at 5.35, 
13 tons at 5.10, 3,261 tons, 
320 lbs. at 2.88, 315 tons, 1320 
lbs. at 2.58, 129 tons, 1010 
lbs. at 5.30, 593 tons, 860 lbs. 
at 5.52, 77 tons, 1070 lbs., at 
5.75; hardwood, 2% cords at 
8.00; charcoal, 4 bus. at 35c. 14,825 86 

Sparrow, Geo. & Co., basket felt, 

6 doz. at 75c 4 50 

Spence, J. C, repairs to imple- 
ments, 2.50; dumpcart, 1 at 
42.50 45 00 

Spooner, C. N., chicken, 132 lbs. 
at 12 %c; eggs, 56 doz. at 35c, 
220 doz. at 37c; duck, 88 lbs. 
at 14c; potatoes, 300 bags, at 
95c 414 82 

Standard Publishing Co., print- 
ing, etc 166 23 

Steele Briggs & Co., seeds, etc 112 14 

Stevens, J. & Son, Co., Ltd., 
medical supplies 46 26 

Stone & Wellington, shrubs, 
plants, etc 30 00 

Stover, Herbert M., canned vege- 
tables, 60 doz. at 1.00; vinegar, 
42 gals, at 25c; jam, 750 lbs. 
at 7 3 /4c; raisins, 144 lbs. at 
8y 2 c; sugar, 1,578 lbs. at 4.65, 
1,602 lbs. at 4.95; tea, 150 lbs. 
at 28c 335 55 

Suddard, E. S., currants, 171 lbs. 
at 8c; raisins, 112 lbs. at 8c; 
tea, 500 lbs. at 28c; rice, 1,000 
lbs. at 4c, canned salmon, 16 



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Hospital for the Insane, Kingston. — Continued. 



doz. at 2.75, 16 doz at 1.50; 
jam, 450 lbs. at 10c; sapolio, 
6 doz. at 1.00; coffee, 124 lbs. 
at 29c; sugar, 1,577 lbs. at 

4.95; salt, 5 bbls. at 1.40 

Sutherland, J. H. & Bro., shoes, 
25 pr. at 2.00; rubber boots, 

4 pr. at 4.50, 3 pr. at 4.00; rub- 
bers, 1 pr. at 1.00 

Sundry newspapers, advertis- 
ing 

Swift, Jas. & Co., cartage 

St. Lawrence Produce Co. (con- 
tract) butter, 8,959 lbs. at 
24V 2 c \ 

St. Mary's Cemetery, interments 

Tait, Alex., straw, 3 tons 1,100 
lbs. at 6.50 

Taylor and Hamilton, plumbing 
supplies 

Taylor, John & Co., Ltd., soap, 
2,001 lbs. at 6.85 

Templeton and Son, subscription 
to Napanee Beaver 

Tierney, James, apples, 7 bbls. 
at 4.50 

Toronto Laundry Machinery Co., 
Ltd., repairs to laundry 

Truedell, Jno, threshing grain, 
1,100 bus. at 3c; cutting corn, 

5 days at 7.00 per diem, 35.00 
Tugwell, H. C, & Co., Ltd., 

photographic supplies 

Twin City Oil Co., Ltd., paint, 
oils, etc 

Uglow, R., & Co., stationery.... 

Vanwinkel, N. P., interments. . 

Vicks, Jas. & Sons, seeds, etc.. 

Waldron, R., linen, 20 yds. at 
50c, 268% yds,, at 60c; baize, 
8% yds. at 50c; towels, 2 doz. 
at 6.00, 8 doz. at 1.75, 5 doz. 
at 3.00, 4 doz. at 1.50, 2 doz. 
at 3.50; quilts, 28 at 1.90, 65 
at 1.50, 57 at 1.40; shading, 
60 yds. at 35c, 50 yds. at 40c; 
lace, 16 3-8 yds. at 27c; twill, 
8 yds. at 75c; dress goods, 5 
yds. at 70c; flag, 1 at 6.00; 



Expenses.— Continued 

cotton, 240 yds. at 10c; 
shaker, 133y 2 yds. at 10c, 157 
yds. at 12y 2 c; shirting, 
332% yds. at 15c; shirts, 
442 66 8 at 3.75 10 at 2.25, 6 

at 98c; sundries, 33.34; pil- 
lows, 4 at 1.75; cotton blank- 
ets, 4 pr. at 1.50; bath mats, 

81 00 4 at 1.50, 2 at 1.25, 12 at 1.00; 

buttons, 1 gro. at 3.00; table 

69 13 napkins, 1 doz. at 2.45; 

3 13 aprons, 4 at 50c; trays, 4 at 

50c; ribbon, 18 yds. at 10c; 

gingham, 44% yds. at 12y 2 c; 

2,199 86 sheeting, 376 yds. at 33c; 

15 00 cushion tops, 24 at 40c, 46 

at 35c; waists, 18 at 98c 937 03 

23 07 Wardrobe Pressing & Cleaning 

Co., tweed, 265y 2 yds. at 60c 159 30 
184 04 Warwick Bros., coat hangers, 

12 doz. at 90c; cleaning cur- 

137 06 tains, 1.50 12 30 

Watson, Thos. H., maple syrup, 

2 00 52 gals, at 1.00 52 00 

Watts, Jno. N., flowers 2 00 

31 50 Webb, B., sheet music 1 50 

Webster, F., musical services. . 57 00 
2 50 West Disinfecting Co., disinfect- 

ant, 10 gals, at 1.75; insect 

powder, 25 lbs. at 45c 28 75 

68 00 White, W. J. B., typewriter sup- 
plies 2 25 

4 40 Whyte Packing Co. (contract) 

butter, 5,242 lbs. at 24y 2 c, 

151 05 6,753 lbs. at 27 3-8c 3,132 92 

27 60 Willard & Co., Ltd., apples, 3 

104 00 bbls. at 5.75; onions, 10 bags 

1 95 at 3.75; carrots, 1,380 lbs. at 

2.85; freight charges, 6.66.. 100 74 
Williams, R. S. & Sons Co., Ltd., 
double bass bow, 5.50; string 
bass, 22.00; music stand, 2.50 30 00 
Wormwith Piano Co., Ltd., sheet 

music 6 13 

Young, E. H., expenses re enter- 
tainment, 4.00; Canadian Hos- 
pital Assoc'n. membership fee, 
2.00, trav. expenses, 31.75. ... 37 75 



Hospital for the Insane, London. 

Salaries ($60,741.71). 

W. J. Robinson, M.D.: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,600 00 

W. K. Ross, M.D.: do Asst. Superintendent 1,500 00 

N. A. Morrison: Six and two thirds do Physician 500 00 

J. H. Stead, M.D.: Twelve do Asst. Phvsician 1,150 00 

W. H. McParlane: Pour do do 300 00 

J. C. Hazard: Twelve do Bursar 1,600 00 

D.Rodger: do Clerk 1,000 00 

Henry Jackson: do Storekeeper 999 00 






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Hospital for the Insane, London.— Continued. 



M. Moule: Twelve 

W. B. Smdth: 

M. Doyle: 

Evelyn Bray: 

Christina Brock: Three 

Edith Race: 

Alice Lawrence: Six 

E. Blake: Twelve 

J. W. Scott: 

Wm. England: 

J. C. Richardson: 

C. Cunningham: 

A. Tallmie: Two 

Jas. E. Noble: Nine 

Geo. Ross: Twelve 

H. H. Scott: 

G. A. Armes: 

E. Garrett: 

J. A. Stewart: 

P. McVean: 

S. Roberts: 

J. Cowie: Six 

Wm. Murdock: Two 

R. Beattie: Eight 

J. Gale: Twelve 

W. H. K. Talbot: 

J. Gall: 

A. Doal: 

R. Flynn: 

J. Munn: 

F. J. Neely: 

F. Last: Five 

G. Brackie: Seven 
A. J. Carrigan: Twelve 
M. Keefe: 

S. Rose: Four 

Chief Attendants (Male) 

Supervisors do 

Attendants: 

Chief Attendants (Female) 

Supervisors do 

Nurses: 

Cooks: 

Maids: 

Laundresses: 

Seamstresses: 

Stokers: 

Temporary Assistance: 



Salaries.— Continued. 

months' salary as Stenographer 480 00 

do do 360 00 

do Portress 300 00 

do Matron 600 00 

do Asst. Matron 75 00 

do do 75 00 

do do 96 00 

do Tailor 600 00 

do Shoemaker 550 00 

do Laundryman 600 00 

do Butcher 600 00 

do Baker 725 00 

do Engineer 150 00 

do do 625 00 

do Asst. Engineer 561 00 

do Blacksmith 500 00 

do Mason .' 750 00 

do Asst. Mason 480 00 

do Carpenter 650 00 

do Asst. Carpenter 500 00 

do Painter 600 00 

do Tinsmith 179 17 

do Farmer 133 00 

do do 534 00 

do Asst. Farmer 550 00 

do - Gardener 750 00 

do Asst. Gardener 300 00 

do do 480 00 

do Sewage Man 500 00 

do Yard Man 315 00 

do Herdsman 480 00 

do Plowman 125 00 

do do 190 00 

do do 315 00 

do do 335 00 

do Electrician 178 33 

do ; 1,675 00 

2,591 00 

11,561 39 

491 00 

. 1,916 60 

7,642 36 

2,563 25 

1,125 23 

972 50 

708 00 

4,462 88 

142 00 



Adams, Edward, & Co., coffee, 
2,203 lbs. at 21c, 1,065 lbs. 
at 21 l-6c, 122 lbs. at 25c; 
chicory, 40 lbs. at 10c; jars, 

1 gross at 9.90; mustard, 40 
40 jars at 80c; soap, 31 
boxes at 3.50, 1 box at 2.40, 

2 boxes at 1.35; sugar, 14,823 
lbs. at 5.94, 6,599 lbs. at 5.64, 
6,427 lbs. at 4.84, 907 lbs. at 
5.04, 12,721 lbs. at 5.14, 7,000 



Expenses ($109,662.56). 



lbs. at 5.19; dutch cleanser, 

1 case at 3.60; sal. soda, 750 
lbs. at 80c, 375 lbs. at 3.85; 
tea, 4,500 lbs. at 24c; shelled 
nuts, 10 lbs. at 38c; cocoa, 

2 doz. at 2.40; lye, 1 case at 
3.25; sundries, 136.60; haddie, 
7 cases at 5.40, 90 lbs. at 
Sy 2 c; lard, 483 lbs. at ll%c, 
300 lbs. at lSV+c; maccaroni, 
200 lbs. at 9c; rice, 1,792 lbs. 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for the Insane, London. — Continued. 



Expenses. 

at 3%c, 448 lbs. at 3%c. f 

1,344 lbs. at 4c; starch, 100 

lbs. at 6 *4 c; corn starch, 80 

lbs. at 7y 2 c; raisins, 216 lbs. 

at 10%c, 168 lbs. at 9c, 140 

lbs. at 7%c, 1,120 lbs. at 8c, 

560 lbs. at 7%c; washing 

blue, 2,400 lbs. at 17c; jelly 

powder, 141 doz. at 90c; 

tapioca, 461 lbs. at 7c; 

canned vegetables, 10 doz. at 

1.40; dates, 69 lbs. at 7c; 

currants, 597 lbs. at 8c, 827 

lbs. at 7%c; molasses, 114 

gals, at 28c, 28 gals, at 25c; 

sapolio, 6 doz. at 95c, 197 lbs. 

at 4c, 24Vt lbs. at 6c; split 

peas, 2 bags at 4.00, 2 bags 

at 3.75, 196 lbs. at 4c; 

primes, 1,250 lbs. at 10%c, 

500 lbs. at 2V 2 c.; scrub 

brushes, 5 doz. at 2.25, 5 doz. 

at 1.75; pipes, 20 doz. at 2.25; 

nuts, 214 lbs. at 14c, 222 lbs. 

at 15c, 100 lbs. at lie, 60 

lbs. at 17c; canned salmon, 

20 doz. at 2.40; toilet paper, 

2 cases at 4.50; salt, 1 bbl., 

3.25; allspice, 20 lbs. at 20c; 

pepper, 50 lbs. at 16c 25 lbs. 

at 17c, 75 lbs. at 18c; flavor- 
ing extracts, 7 gals, at 8.00; 

mixed spices, 20 lbs. at 15c; 

cocoanut, 20 lbs. at 16c; all- 
spice, 10 lbs. at 20c; syrup, 

1,340 lbs. at 3%c; pails, 1 

doz. at 2.10, 3 doz. at 2.50; 

baking powder, 28y 3 doz. at 

1.35; kippered herring, 2 

cases at 5.00, 2 cases at 4.50; 

tobacco, 426 lbs. at 46c, 576 

lbs. at 77c; metal polish, 4 

doz. at 2.00, 1 doz. at 3.50; 

whisks, 3 doz. at 1.75; vine- 
gar, 189 gals, at 20c, 32 gals. 

at 23c; syrup, 42% gals, at 

47c; blacking, 6 doz. at 85c; 

cassia, 30 lbs. at 25c; jelly 

powder, 12 doz. at 75c; 

cream tartar, 20 lbs. at 27c; 

cinnamon, 20 lbs. at 25c; 

ginger, 50 lbs. at 25c; sago, 

173 lbs. at 7c; tanglefoot, 2 

cases at 3.50 7,041 77 

Adams & Tanton, wheat, 500 

lbs. at 1.70, 500 lbs. at 1.75, 

corn, 500 lbs. at 1.40, 500 lbs. 

at 1.50, 500 lbs. at 1.60; 

sundries, 2.35; salt, 5 bbls. at 

1.30 48 60 

Allen, Geo., expenses capturing 

eloper 9 00 

American Can Co., 2,060 cans at 



Continued. 

53.50 per m., 1,052 at 25.00 

per m 136 51 

American Dry Cleaning and 
Dye Works, cleaning curtains, 
etc 5 25 

American Laundry Machinery 
Co., Ltd., repairs to laundry, 
202.72; blankets, 94 lbs. at 
67c; duck, 30 yds. at 1.41; 
less discount, 56c 307 44 

Armstrong, F., Co., Ltd., electri- 
cal supplies 19 25 

Barnard, J. S., spectacles, 1 
gro., 22.00; clocks, 2 at 5.00, 
6 at 50c; sundries, 3.10 38 10 

Be^ttie, G. J., time inspecting 

telephone system 3U vJ 

Beatty, Robt, allowance lor 

house rent 120 00 

Bedgood, D., expense capturing 

eloper 1 00 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
61.01; rent of ^instruments, 
236.50 297 51 

Benson, Wilcox, Electric Co., 

electrical supplies 205 09 

Bexton, S., musical services... 8 00 

Boomer, J. E., glucose, 10 lbs. 

at 5c 50 

Bridle, O. J., 11,304 lbs. bread 

at 4c v . . . . . 452 16 

Brown, Boggs Co., Ltd., capping 

steels, 2 at 2.50, 2 at 1.95... 8 90 

Brown-Dart, blacksmithing ... 25 05 

Brown, A., blacksmithing 24 90 

Brownlee, J. A., repairing uten- 
sils, 70.90; kettles, 3 at 1.25, 
6 at 1.00, 3 at 1.75, 1 at 2.25, 
1 at 2.75; coffee pots, 12 at 
40c, 6 at 50c; cookers, 3 at 
75c; coffee boilers, 2 at 2.25; 
iron pans, 12 at 2.00; bake- 
pans, 20 at 1.75; broilers, 2 
at 1.35; soup boiler, 1 at 
3.00; milk pails, 1 doz. at 
12.00; fish broilers, 1 at 2.25; 
sundries, 24.45; potato pots, 
3 at 1.00, 3 at 1.30 saucepans, 
3 at 35c; rice boilers, 6 at 
90c., 6 at 75c, 6 at 66%c; 
pudding pans, 1 doz. at 2.80, 
1 doz. at 3.20; boiler covers, 
3 at 75c; trays, 4 at 75c; 
stock boiler, 1 at 4.00, 1 at 
4.50; dustpans, 2 doz. at 
9.00; steamer trays, 2 at 
2.25 272 95 

Bryan, Thos., Co., Ltd., brush- 
es, 1-6 doz. at 77.76, 1 doz. at 
24.48, 1 doz. at 21.60, 1 doz. at 
3.96, y 2 doz. at 9.72, 1 doz. at 
5.40, 80 doz. at 1.58, V> doz. 
at 7.20, 5-12 doz. at 12.96, y 2 



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Hospital for the Insane, London. — Continued. 



doz. at 4.68, % doz. at 5.76, 
1 doz. at 3.17, % doz. at 22.32; 
cocoa mat, 1 at 4.50; sun- 
dries, 10.30; hamper, 1 at 
2.40; brooms, V 2 doz. at 11.16 
Uicke, Dr. E. P., medical ser- 
vices 

Sutler, P. E., expenses captur- 
ing eloper 

Jursar, to pay sundries 

Jrock, W. R., Co., Ltd., canvas, 
180 vds. at 10c, 100 yds. at 
18?/->c; italian, 55 yds. at 
75c; serge, 345 % yds. at 
2.40; suiting, 5 yds. at 3.00; 
skirting, 114% yds. at ll%c; 
cottonade, 58*4 yds. at 18y 2 c; 
lining, 72 yds. at 18%c; sun- 
dries, 26.80; linen thread, 23 
! doz. at 2.80; sewing silk, 1 
I lb. at 10.50, 1 lb. at 8.50; 
i tweed, 716*4 yds. at 55c; 
wadding, 40 doz. at 25c; 
silesia, 92 yds. at 18%c, 67% 
yds. at 12%c 

aldwell Feed Co., Ltd., mo- 
lasses meal, 1 ton at 

allard & McLachlan, drugs 
and chemicals 

anada Customs, duty charges. 

an. Express Co., charges 

anadian Fairbanks, Morse 
Co., Ltd., castings 

anadian Laundryman, sub- 
scription 

anadian Nurse Pub. Co., 6 
subscriptions 

anadian Pacific Ry., freight 
charges, 37.00; rent of sid- 
ing, 114.80 

an. Pac Ry. Co.'s Telegraph, 
messages 

anadian Printing Co., print- 

I ing 

asselman Bros., shoes 

\atholic Record, subscription, 
3.00; supplies, 1.70 

jentral Prison Industries, 

(blankets. 1,758 lbs. at 50c; 

I shoes, 324 pairs at 1.60; 

I brooms, 5 doz. at 4.50, 10 doz. 
at 4.00; sundries, 12.05; flan- 

i nel, 623 yds. at 50c 

jhapman, Chas., Co., station- 
ery and printing 

lailds, H. J., drugs and chemi- 

I cals 

jaittick, Geo., turkey, 2,210 

| lbs. at 22c 

itizens' Gas Control Co., rent 

! of gas governors 

jity Gas Co., gas 



Expenses. — Continued. 

Climer Chemical Co., drugs and 

chemicals 99 08 

Coates, Burns & Wanless, shoes, 

30 pairs at 1.20, 324 pairs at 

263 23 1.30, 157 pairs at 1.35, 50 

pairs at 1.45, 1 pair at 1.50, 

28 00 3 pairs at 1.60, 30 pairs at 

1.70, 2 pairs at 1.55, 48 pairs 

18 50 at 2.00, 28 pairs at 2.10, 2 

18 09 pairs at 3.20, 2 pairs at 4.80; 

rubbers, 24 pairs at 44c, 12 

pairs at 59c, 25 pairs at 53c; 

overshoes, 6 pairs at 1.08; 

rubber boots, 3 pairs at 3.20, 

6 pairs at 3.25; mocassins, 1 

pair at 1.00 1,040 32 

Cooper, Neil, stove 3 00 

Cotter, Jas., straw, 5 tons at 

7.00 35 00 

Coleman Baking Powder Co., 
Ltd., baking powder, 16 doz. 

tins at 1.97% 31 66 

Cowan, J. & Co., barrows, 6 at 

4.00 24 00 

1,499 48 Cowie, Jas., snare drum, 1 at 

30.00; triangle, 1 at 1.00; 

35 00 castanets, 1 set at 1.00; music 

stand, 1 at 3.00; Chinese 

105 64 wood drum, 1 at 3.00; tom- 

13 74 torn, 1 at 5.00; tambourine, 1 

21 29 at 3.00; drum sticks, 2 at 

75c; drum stand, 1 at 3.00; 

1 56 drum trap, 1 at 7.00 57 50 

Cudahy Packing Co., dutch 

2 00 cleanser, 300 lbs. at 4c; less 

discount, 24c 11 76 

6 00 Cunningham, Chas. stationery. 5 00 

Creelman Bros., repairs to 

machinery 2 61 

151 80 Dalv, J. M., coal, 5 tons 620 

lbs. at 6.50 34 52 

4 53 Darch, Hunter Seed Co., seed 

plants, etc 223 47 

51 94 Davis, Arthur, spoons, 1 doz., 

20 25 4.50; sundries, 1.15 5 65 

Dayman, W. H., clothes bas- 

4 70 kets, 4 doz. at 12.00 48 00 

Delahaye, G., diamond clean- 
ser, 15 cases at 2.75 41 25 

Dennis Wire & Iron Works 
Co., Ltd., wire baskets, 2 at 

1.37%, 1 at 3.50 6 25 

1,783 45 Dominion Express Co., charges 33 97 

Dominion Linen Mfg. Co., Ltd., 

1.12 60 towelling, 1,981 yds. at 12y 2 c, 

300 yds. at 17%c, 944% yds. 

311 52 at 20c, 240 yds. at 15c, table 

linen, 30 yds. at 45c, 45 yds. 

486 20 at 35c; towels, 10 5-6 doz. at 

2.00; quilts, 326 at 1.25, 12 at 

200 00 2.25; apron dowla, 224% 

2,800 83 yds. at 20c 1,055 25 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for the Insane, London. — Continued. 

Expenses.— Continued. 



Dominion Match Co., Ltd., 

matches, 1 case 

Dominion Provision Co., Ltd., 
brawn, 12 doz. at 8.00, 72 lbs. 
at 7c; bologna, 39 lbs. at 7c; 
corn beef, 3 doz. at 10.00, 6 
doz. at 8.00; sausage, 150 
lbs. at 8%c; sundries, 25.45. 
Dromgale, J. & Co., Ltd., plates, 
30 doz. at 90c, 20 doz. at 
75c, 10 doz. at 85c; sugar 
bowls, 2 doz. at 3.00; vinegar 
bottles, 1 doz. at 2.00; tea 
pots, V 2 doz. at 3.00; bowls, 
30 doz. at 1.20; jugs, 2 doz. 
at 1.50, 1 doz. at 1.10; cups, 
25 doz. at 75c, 10 doz. at 

60c, 10 doz. at 70c 

Duke, J. O., seeds, etc 

Dunn, Jas., repairs to harness. 
Electrical Construction Co., of 
London, Ltd., electrical re- 
pairs 

Emerson, N. W., drugs, chemi- 
cals, etc 

Empire Mfg. Co., hemp packing, 
7 lbs. at 15c; force pump, 
4.90; wrenches, 3 at 2.28, 3 at 
1.52, 3 at 1.14, 1 at 86c; re- 
pairs to machinery, 13.53; 

basin, 1 at 1.80 

Finch, Fastens, corsets, 30 
pairs at 95c; skirts, 36 at 

3.00; 8 at 3.50 

Fitzgerald, Thos. J., brooms, 10 

doz. at 3.75, 39 doz. at 4.50. 

Fleischmann & Co., yeast, 488 V 2 

doz. at 30c 

Fox, G. M., repairing scales... 

Free Press, advertising 

Garner- Young Press, printing.. 
Gas Appliance Co., mantles, 32 

at 15c; sundries, 1.20 

Glass, S. F., stone crocks, 31 at 

45c, 10 at 30c, 2 at 40c... 

Great North-Western Telegraph 

Co., telegrams 

Grand Trunk Ry., freight 

charges 

Greene, Swift, Ltd., suits, 36 

at 5.00, 95 at £.50 

Gurd, Wm. & Co., tennis net, 1 
at 3.75; tennis balls, 1 doz. 

at 5.00 

Gurney Oxford Stove Store, re- 
pairs to range 

Guillemont, E. L., drugs, chemi- 
cals, etc 

Hall Bros., stabling privileges. 

Halliday, Jas., tallow, 8,020 lbs. 

at 3c; purchases of meat, 

17,520.59 17 

Harcoiirt, E.. H. Co., binding . . 



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Hartz, J. F. Co., Ltd., medical 

appliances 

Hankinson, L. D., seeds 

Hambly's Stationery, station- 
ery 

Hayrran & Mills, lime 

Heighway, R. B., travelling 

expenses 

Henry & Colerick, printing . . . 
Hobb's Mfg. Co., Ltd., glass... 
Hodgins, Mrs. A., making dress 
Hogby, Mrs. Wm., livery hire. 
Hookway, R. & Son, wheat, 
2,000 lbs. at 1.75, 500 lbs. at 
2.00; corn, 2,000 lbs. at 1.75, 
500 lbs. at 2.00; sundries, 2.00 
Howden, D. H. & Co., Ltd., 
cupboard locks, 5 5-6 doz. at 
2.05 coat hangers, 6 doz. at 
40c; manure forks, y 2 doz. 
at 10.35; shovels, 1 doz. at 
10.00, 5% doz. at 9.00, y 2 doz. 
at 12.00; rakes, 1 doz. at 
6.00; clrsels, 1 set at 4.90, 1 
set at 6.00; braces, 1-6 doz. 
at 30.00, twine, 6 lbs. at 30c; 
hammers, 1-6 doz. at 7.50, y 3 
doz. at 7.00, 1-6 doz. at 16.20, 
V 2 doz. at 5.00, 1/3 doz. at 
6.00; razors, 1 at 5.00; skate 
straps, 3 doz. at 1.50; saw 
frames, y 2 doz. at 4.50; hose, 
100 ft. at 18.00, 25 ft. at 
16.00; drawer locks, 1 doz. at 
1.20; scythe stones, 1 box at 
1.20, 1 box at 2.50; augers, 
1-6 doz. at 7.50, 1-6 doz. at 
9.15, 1-6 doz. at 11.40, 1-6 doz. 
at 13.40, 1-6 doz. at 15.00; 
pool baskets, 6 at 50c; fork 
handles, 1 doz. at 2.25; iron 
hardware, etc, 56.26; key 
blanks, 6 doz. at 1.00; brushes, 
1 doz. at 3.00; screwdrivers, 
% doz. at 3.25, y± doz. at 
22.00, 1 doz. at 2.10; bits, 2 
sets at 5.75; shears, % doz. 
at 9.50, % doz. at 8.55, 2 pairs 
at 1.75; paints, oils, etc., 
12.88; knives, V 2 doz. at 4.50, 
V 2 doz. at 6.45, 1-6 doz.- at 
12.00, V 2 doz. at 8.20, y 2 doz. 
at 3.50, V 2 doz. at 4.20, 1 doz. 
at 2.75, 1 doz. at 5.00; snow 
shovels, 1 doz. at 3.00, y 2 
doz. at 6.00; gasoline torch, 
1 at 3.60, 1 at 5.85; shovel 
handles, 1 doz. at 2.25; rim 
knobs, 1 doz. at 2.55; scythes, 
y 2 doz. at 12.00; spoons, iy 2 
doz. at 4.35, 1 doz. at 2.75; 
axes, 2 at 75c; auger bits 1 
set at 3.25; yank drivers, *4 



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191 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for the Insane, London.— Continued, 

Expenses.— Continued. 



doz. at 21.50; rules, % doz. 
at 5.55, 1% doz. at 1.50; wire 
cloth, 1,816% sq. ft. at 2.00; 
pliers, 1 pair at 1.00, 7-12 doz. 
at 7.25; saw blades, 6 at 70c; 
dry cells, 48 at 21c; wrenches, 
% doz. at 10.00; harness 
rings, 1 gross at 2.00; forks, 

1 doz. at 5.00; joints, 1 at 
2.25; chaff forks, V 2 doz. at 
24.00; carpet sweepers, 2 at 
3.50; netting, 2 rolls at 2.75, 

2 at 3.25; rope, 56 lbs. at 12c; 
sledges, 2 at 1.00; zincs for 
dry cells, 48 at 6c; files, 1 
doz. at 3.88, 1 doz. at 4.72, 2 
doz. at 2.16, 1 doz. at 2.24, 1 

1 doz. at 1.72, 1 doz. at 2.20, 

2 doz. at 2.50; pails, 1 doz. at 
2.75; carvers, 5 pairs at 1.50, 
1 pair at 2.25; spades, y 2 

doz. at 12.00 511 75 

lueston, R. & Sons, livery hire 3 50 

lunt Bros., Ltd. (contract), 
flour, 301 % bbls. at 4.35, 
1,362% bbls. at 4.60; bran, 
18% tons at 24.00, 3% tons 
at 25.00, 7% tons at 26.00, 
16% tons at 27.00; wheat, 
5,000 lbs. at 1.40, 5,000 lbs. at 
1.35; barley, 52,800 lbs. at 
1.35; feed wheat, 150 bags at 
1.35; coal, 1,020 tons 700 lbs. 
at 2.75, 820 tons 1,800 lbs. at 
2.71, 1,084 tons 200 lbs. at 3.25, 
454 tons 800 lbs. at 4.25, 64 
tons 1,920 lbs. at 5.80. 47 tons 
1,550 lbs. at 4.75, 728 tons 
1,845 lbs. at 6.00; shorts, 
15 tons at 26.00, 7 tons 500 
| lbs. at 27.00, 7 tons 1,000 lbs. 
at 28.00, 18 tons 1,500 lbs. at 
29.00; corn chop, 5,000 lbs. at 
1.55; feed flour, 275 bags at 

1.60; sundries, 3.50 28,637 07 

[urd, J. H., cartage 31 25 

[ydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion, electric current 1,724,08 

ngram & Bell, medical sup- 
plies 119 57 

imperial Oil Co., Ltd., wax, 

i 27.96; paints, oils, etc., 34.53. 62 49 

|ater national Harvester Co., 

! repairs to implements 5 00 

X. L. Spice and Coffee Mill, 
i coffee, 99 lbs. at 25c, 90 lbs. 
I at 21c, 100 lbs. at 27c, 90 
1 lbs. at 20c, 462 lbs. at 21 l-6c; 
[ pepper, 50 lbs. at 19c; sun- 
| dries, 1.90; chicory, 80 lbs. 
j at 12c; flavoring extracts, 1 
j gal. at 8.00; jelly powder, 12 
1 doz. at 85c 225 65 



Jackson, J., & Co., repairs to 
sewing machines 

Jacksonian Mfg. Co., Ltd., rat 
poison, 20 lbs. at 1.25 

Johns Hopkins Press, subscrip- 
tion to American Journal of 
Insanity 

Johnstone, Jno., expenses cap- 
turing eloper 

Johnston Bros., bread, 50 loaves 
at 4c 

Johnson & Barbour, salt and 
pepper, 20 doz. at 1.10; 
plates, 6 doz. at 65c, 15 doz. 
at 1.00, 10 doz. at 75c, 5 doz. 
at 90c, 10 doz. at 70c, 1 doz. 
at 3.00; platters, 1 doz. at 
3.40; % doz. at 4.75, 1 doz. 
at 2.00; pudding moulds, 1 
doz. at 3.00, 1 doz. at 4.00, 1 
doz. at 4.50; pudding bowls, 
1 doz. at 1.00, 1 doz. at 1.50; 
wine glasses, 2 doz. at 1.20; 
crocks, 2 doz. at 7.59; casser- 
ole, 1 at 5.50; sundries, 27.62; 
cups, 21 doz. at 1.20, 10 doz. 
at 70c; tumblers, 2 doz. at 
60c, 3 doz. at 45c, 17 doz. at 
75c, 21 doz. at 50c, 2 doz. at 
1.00; jardinieres, % doz. at 
6.00, 1 doz. at 6.50, 1 doz. at 
2.75, 1 doz. at 3.60; bowls, 10 
doz. at 90c, 10 doz. at 85c; 
covered dishes, 4 doz. at 2.00 

Jolly, A. E. & Co., wallpaper... 

Jones, Allison, cleaning sewage 
vault, 137.00; cleaning chim- 
neys, 52.80 

Jones Underfeed Stoker Co., 
Ltd., repairs to engine 

Kelly, Jno., turkeys, 3 at 2.00; 
geese, 3 at 1.33y 3 

Keenleyside, J. E., & Son, re- 
pairs to sewing machines... 

Kenny, T. & Co., Ltd., cur- 
rants, 599 lbs. at 7%c; syrup, 
1,328 lbs. at 3%c, 1,300 lbs. 
at 3%c; starch, 500 lbs. at 
6i4c, 500 lbs. at 6y 2 c; tea, 
1,800 lbs. at 25c; corn starch, 
80 lbs. at 7%c 

Kingsmill, T. F., shade cloth, 
200 yds. at 20c, 147y 2 yds. at 
28c, 50 yds. at 35c, 198% 
yds. at 55c, 25 yds. at 35c; 
rugs, 1 at 12.25; curtains, 3 
pairs at 5.75; batiste, 115 yds. 
at 15c; linoleum, 8 yds. at 
90c; mat, 1 at 6.50; furni- 
ture covering, 10% yds. at 
1.75, 4 yds. at 2.00 

King's Printer, distribution sta- 
tionery 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, London. — Continued. 



Expenses. — Continued. 



Kilpatrick Bros., mugs, 10 doz. 
at 1.44; pails, 1 doz. at 9.60; 
1 doz. at 5.50; chambers, 10 
doz. at 4.80; boilers, 3 at 72c, 
3 at 88c, 6 at 90c 

Kitchen, W. J., sheet music, etc. 

Lake Erie and Detroit River 
Ry., freight charges 

Lambton Creamery Co., Ltd., 
butter contract, 29,376 lbs. at 
23 %c, 14,448 lbs. at 27%c, 
less freight, 3.83 

Land, Wm., livery hire 

Langford, A. A. & Co., Ltd., sta- 
tionery 

Lawson Jones, Ltd., printing . . 

Lawrason, S. F., & Co., soap, 145 
cases at 3.00, 5,144 lbs. at 
5%c, 4,278 lbs at 6c; pow- 
dered ammonia, 2,145 lbs at 
4%c; washing soda, 3,080 lbs 
at 1.75; soda ash, 1,900 lbs. at 
2.25; caustic soda, 2,800 lbs. 
at 3y 2 c 

Line, Macdonald & Co., cigars.. 

Little, J. A., photographs 

Logan, EL, straw, 8 ton 1,920 lbs. 
at 8.00 

Logan, G. E., instruments 

London Advertiser Co., adver- 
tising 

London Electrical Co., electrical 
supplies 

London Fire Department, as- 
sistance at fire 

London Foundry Co., wheelbar- 
rows, 14 at 4.00; valve leath- 
ers, 4 at 2.00; iron castings, 
etc, 35.64; barrows, 2 at 7.00 

London Gas Power Co., Ltd., 
spark plug, 1 at 1.00; cable, 
145 ft. at 7%c 

London Printing and Litho- 
graphing Co., printing 

London Box Mfg. Lumber Co., 
Ltd., boxes, 150 at 15c 

London Street Ry., car tickets, 
100.00; carrying mail, 50.00. 

MacLean Publishing Co., Farm- 
ers' Magazine, subscription, 2 
years, 4.00; Canadian Grocer, 
subscription, 2.00; Hardware 
and Metal, subscription, 2.00. 

McAuliffe, R. F., carpenter 
tools, etc 

McClary Mfg. Co., repairs to 
range 

MeCormick Mfg. Co., Ltd., bro- 
ken biscuits, 1,170 lbs. at 
3y 2 c, 6,420 lbs at 4y 2 c; dog 
feed, 6,237 lbs. at l%c; 
candy, 289y 2 lbs. at 10c; 9 



87 70 
71 50 

77 



10,471 18 
26 00 

4 25 

5 25 



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7 
9 


07 
25 
00 


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68 
00 


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20 


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80 


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113 64 

11 88 

84 20 

22 50 

150 00 

8 00 
25 45 
15 68 



lbs. at 12 %c, 4 lbs. at 16c, 
1 lb. at 15c; soda biscuits 
470y 2 lbs. at 7c; pig feed, 15 
bbls. at 75c, 33 bbls. at 60c. . 

McDougall, John, expenses, cap- 
turing eloper 

McFalls, Jas, expenses, captur- 
ing eloper 

McGibbon Drug Store, drugs, 
chemicals, etc 

McGillivary, J., services procur- 
ing help 

McLean Hardware Co., clippers, 
1 pair at 1.75; dish pans, 6 at 
75c; saw, 1 at 2.00; meat 
chopper, 1 at 2.00; pails, 1 
doz. at 6.00; iron hardware, 
2.45; gas mantles, 24 at 9%c; 
lanterns, 1 doz. at 7.80; jugs, 
1 doz. at 9.00 

McMahon, Granger & Co., cot- 
ton, 1,155 yds. at 12y 2 c 
1,022% yds. at 13c, 1,169% 
yds at 13y 2 c, 501% yds. at 
6y 2 c, 1,527^4 yds. at 8c, 616% 
yds. at 6c, 57 yds. at 19c, 
1,904 yds. at 10c; pillow cot- 
ton, 331% yds at 20c, 1,018% 
yds. at 17y 2 c; thread, 23 
gross at 5.60; towelling, 49% 
yds at 14c, 85 yds. at 17%c, 
1,127 yds. at 15c, 546 % at 
10c, 503% yds. at 12y 2 c; 
linen thread, 2 doz. at 2.70, 2 
doz. at 2.35; cottonade, 54y. 
yds. at 17y 2 c, 218% yds. at 
16c; canvas, 45% yds. at 15c; 
handkerchiefs, 24 doz. at 75c, 
5 at 95c, 5 at 1.20, 1 at 
1.25, 1 at 1.75, 1 at 2.25, 
1 at 4.50, % at 6.00; rib- 
bon, 54 yds. at 8c, 108 yds. at 
10c, 18 yds. at 12%c; but- 
tons, 5 doz. at 1.00, 6 doz. at 
1.20, 10 doz. at 45c, 10 doz. 
at 90c; shirts, 3% doz. at 
9.00, % doz. at 4.50; shawls, 
8 at 1.20, 9 at 1.10, 12 at 1.30, 
30 at 1.40, 4 doz. at 9.00; sun- 
dries, 132.63; shirting, 968 
yds. at 13y 2 c, 459% at 12y 2 c, 
454y 2 yds. at 18y 2 c; bunting 
213 yds at 61,4c; muslin, 523 
yds. at 8c; butcher linen, 
286% yds. at 17y 2 c; denim, 
598% yds. at 19y 2 c, 310% 
yds. at 21c, 49 yds. at 17%c; 
sheeting, 2,795 1 4 yds. at 
18%c, 84 yds at 32%c, 605^4 
yds. at 35c, 120 yds. at 30c, 
58 yds. at 12c; table oilcloth, 
1 roll at 4.00, 1 roll at 3.35; 



518 



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193 






PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, London. — Continued. 

Expenses.— Continued. 



belts 2 5-12 doz. at 2.25; hose, 
19 doz. at 4.50, 35 doz. at 2.25, 

1 at 2.00; 6 10-12 doz. at 1.50; 
toothbrushes, 3 doz. at 1.20; 
toques, 1 doz. at 4.50; gloves, 

2 doz. at 2.50; frilling, 2 doz. 
at 1.75; combs, 1 11-12 doz. at 
1.75, 18 doz. at 1.20; 12 doz. at 
2.25; 24 doz. at 95c.; braces, 
18% doz. at 2.25; sweater 
coats, 1 at 2.10, 19 at 1.40, 2 
at 1.75; 20 at 1.65, 2 at 75, 1 
at 1.50, 3 at 1.25, 2 at 2.00, 1 
at 2.25; 1 at 2.75, 1 at 2.50, 
6 at 1.00; side combs, 1 doz. 
at 1.25, 1 doz. at 2.25; derry, 
113 yds. at 12V>c; shoelaces, 

4 gross at 75c. 2 gross at 1.50, 

5 gross at 2.50, 1 gross at 3.00, 
2 gross at 65c, 1 at 1.00; 
prints, 257 yds. at 10c, 
1,311 % yds. at 9c; ticking, 
1,37114 yds. at 19y 2 c; towels, 
Y2 doz. at 4.50; table linen, 
389 yds. at 80c, 29 yds. at 
371/^c; tape, 28 pieces at 15c; 
awning, 452 yds. at 21c; 
mull, 41 yds. at 19^0.; gala- 
tea, 3891,4 yds. at 14y 2 c; rain- 
coats, 2 at 4.50; vests, 2 doz. 
at 4.50; ties, 14 doz. at 2.25; 
collars, 1% doz at 3.75, 4 doz. 
at 1.75, 6i^ doz. at 1.05; 
hoods, 1 doz. at 4.50; mufflers, 
%> doz. at 4.50, 1 doz. at 
3.75. 31/2 doz. at 3.25, y> doz. 
at 4.00; costume cloth, 1,011% 
yds. at 19y 2 c, 1,420% yds. at 
141/oc, l,01iy 2 yds. at 18y 2 c, 
566 yds. at 12c; dimity, 28iy 2 
yds at 75c, 35 yds. at 90c; 
quilts, 66 at 1.30; table nap- 
kins, 2 doz. at 2.50; tweed, 
274 yds. at 35c; warp, 45 
lbs. at 1.30; pocketing cloth, 
1,087 yds. at 12 %c; cretonne, 
43 y> yds. at 15c; blankets, 
1 pair at 2.00; hessian, 5481/2 
yds. at 28i /2 c; underwear, 
32 5-12 doz. at 4.50; pipes, 
1 doz. at 2.00; flags, 8% doz. 
at 85c; rugs, 2 at 1.90; 
parasols, y 3 doz. at 12.00; 

batts, 1 bale at 7.25 6,362 44 

McMullen Printing Co., printing 7 75 
McPhillips, W. sheet music, 
3.00; repairs to musical in- 
struments, 17.22 20 22 

Maher, Jno., repairs to utensils, 
6.75; dippers, 1 doz. at 1.80; 
steamer, 1 at 3.00; milk pans, 
1 doz. at 2.40; smoke pipes, 

1 at 2.25 16 20 

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36 
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13 


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8 


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00 


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91 


6 


79 


3 


50 


7 


65 



29 55 
31 42 

3 25 



Maher, Thos., livery hire 60 00 

Maplewood Mills, absorbent cot- 
ton, 300 lbs. at 1214c 

Martin, Jas., seeds, etc 

Massey Harris Co., Ltd., repairs 
to implements 

Meineche & Co., medical supplies 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
printing 

Michigan Central Ry. Co., frgt. 
charges 

Model Incubator Co., Ltd., gas 
burners, 2 at 1.00; thermome- 
ters, 2 at 75c 

Monarch Typewriter Co., sup- 
plies 

Morris, G. P., sausage, 27 lbs. 
at 12c, 4y 2 lbs. at lie, mut- 
ton, 32% lbs. at 20c, 22 lbs. 
at 18c; lamb, 26% lbs. at 
18c, % carcass for 2.95, % 
carcass for 2.05; veal, 8 lbs at 
25c, 8% lbs. at 24%c, 6% lbs. 
at 22c 

Morgan, A. J., plants 

Mott, Co., Limited, washers, y 2 
gro. at 6.50 

Mountjoy, R. & Son, lemons, 
42 doz. at 40c, 40 doz. at 30c, 
1 doz. at 25c, 2 cases at 5.00, 
1 case at 6.75; oranges, 49 
doz. at 40c, 5 boxes at 3.85, 
2y 2 cases at 4.45; oysters, 5% 
qts. at 60c; plums, 19 bas. 
at 65c, 10 bas. at 70c; grapes, 

5 bas. at 30c; sundries, 15.60; 
haddie, 780 lbs. at 10c; grape- 
fruit, 1 doz. at 1.20, 2 doz. at 
1.00; cranberries, 1 case at 
4.00; peaches, 25 bas. at 85c, 
10 bas. at 50c 

Niagara Brand Spray Co., Ltd., 
lime sulphur, 4 bbls. at 7.60.. 

Noble, J. E., trav. expenses 

O'Dell-Bennett, garden lime, 5 
lbs. at 25c; meat hooks, 9 
doz. at 50c; compasses, 4 at 
30c, 1 at 50c; slop jars, 6 
at 1.25; door keys, 2 doz. at 
1.50;. iron hardware, 8.40; 
cabinet keys, 2 doz. at 40c, 
4 doz. at 60c; belt dressing, 

6 lbs. at 35c; saucepans, 3 at 
25c, 3 at 30c, 3 at 40c, 3 at 

50c 36 00 

Onn, F. S., fish, 10,450 lbs. at 

7c, 3,575 lbs. at 10c 1,089 00 

Park, J. C, ice corrugator 9 00 

Parnell-Dean Baking Co., Ltd., 

bread, 1,453 lbs. at 3y 2 c 50 86 

Parkhill Woollen Mills Co., Ltd., 

yarn, 5S7V 2 lbs. at 45c 241 88 



246 98 

- 30 40 
36 10 



194 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, London. — Continued. 

Expenses. — Continued. 

molasses, 85 gals, at 26c; mus- 

3 00 tard, 12 jars at 90c; split 
peas, 6 bags at 4.00; tapioca, 

40 70 164 lbs. at 6%c; sardines, 50 

tins at lie; tobacco, 105 lbs. 
at 46c, 288 lbs. at 77c, 10 lbs. 

45 59 at 45c; cod steak, 96 lbs. at 

9c, 60 lbs. at 8y 2 c; scrub 

30 00 brushes, 6 doz. at 2.40; soap, 

5 cases at 3.60; sundries, 
286 00 31.87; salt, 1 bbl, at 3.00, 

dutch cleanser, 1 case at 

60 3.60; twine, 10 lbs. at 30c; 

12 25 cocoa, 2 doz. at 2.50; snelied 

nuts, 10 lbs. at 40c; tea, 1,250 

146 94 lbs. at 24c; canned vege- 

15 85 tables, 10 doz. at 95c, 14 doz. 

at 1.25; rice, 2,240 lbs. at 

3%c; sapolio, 1 case at 3.00; 

vinegar, 123 gals, at 22c; 

haddie, 20 doz. tins at 1.50, 

90 lbs. at 8c, 8 cases at 4.50; 

Lee & Perrin's Sauce, 1 doz. 

at 3.60; shredded wheat, 1 case 

at 3.60; bovril, 1 doz. at 6.50; 

262 91 brooms, 3 doz. at 4.50; 

cheese, 371 lbs. at 16%c; cur- 

6 00 rants, 392 lbs. at 8c; shaving 

soap, 1 box at 4.00; castor oil, 

39 75 50 lbs. at 12c; cider, 10 gals. 

at 30c; pails, 1 doz. at 2.40, 

6 doz. at 2.50; toilet paper, 1 
case at 9.00; chocolate, 12 lbs. 
at 30c; raisins, 282 lbs. at 
at 8c; corn starch, 80 lbs. at 
7%c; sal soda, 1 case at 3.75; 
turkey, 23 lbs. at 25c 2,439 03 

965 22 Schaef, H. E., oiling road in 

front of institution 50 00- 

4 50 Secretary-Treasurer, Section No. 
6 85 23, London, taxes of employ- 
ees' children 100 00 

33 00 Sheldon, A. E., expenses captur- 
ing eloper 15 00 

Singer Sewing Machine Co,, re- 

26 25 pairs 4 30 

Slatter, A. W., musical services. 19 75 

113 96 Smallman & Ingram, Ltd., lawn 

75 yds. at 25c, 24 yds. at 15c; 

butcher linen, 74% yds. at 

18c, 47% yds. at 27c; scrim, 

45 00 164 yds. at 22c, 115% yds. at 

22y 2 c; batiste, 17% yds. at 

45 00 25c, 90 yds. at 13c; rugs, 1 

at 6.50; denim, 51% yds. at 
3 90 29c; curtains, 4 prs. at 3.00; 

French repp., 108 yds. at 25c; 
duck, 41% yds. at 22c; oxford, 
25% yds. at 15c; buttons, 
10% doz. at 40c; sundries, 
14.59; bunting, 1,122% yds. at 
4%c; net, 19 yds. at 30c, 13 



Percy, H., subscription to Can- 
adian Courier 

Percival, Morris B., drugs and 
chemicals 

Perrin, D. L. & Co., Ltd., bis- 
cuits, 512 lbs. at 7c; taffy, 
75 lbs. at 13c 

Pincombe, Jno., maple syrup, 
30 gals, at 1.00 

Postmaster, postage stamps, 
280.00; rent of P.O. box, 6.00. 

Purdom Hardware Co., Ltd., coat 
hooks, 6 doz. at 10c 

Putman, H. A. & Son, seeds, etc. 

Queen City Oil Co., paints and 
oils 

Race, Edith M., trav. expenses. 

Red Star News Co., cuff links, 
10 10-12 doz. at 3.00; brooches, 
6% doz. at 3.00; services keep- 
ing mail bag, 2.00 daily; 
journal, 22 at 1.50; sundries, 
21.76; mouth organs, V/ 6 doz. 
at 3.00; subscription to sun- 
dry magazines, 125.90; 
watches, 3 at 75c 

Remington Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
typewriter supplies 

Ringling Bros., patients at 
circus 

Reynolds, C\ W., eggs, 417 doz. 
at 30c, 300 doz. at 32c, 444 
doz. at 35c, 60 doz. at 28c, 120 
doz. at 27c, 120 doz. at 26c, 
390 doz. at 21c, 300 doz. at 
22c, 480 doz. at 23c, 690 doz. 
at 24c, 210 doz. at 25c, 84 doz. 
at 38c 

Rochester Germicide Co., 1 
drinking fountain 

Robbins, Chas., carpenters tools 

Robinson, W. J., trav. expenses, 
31.25; seeds, etc., 1.75 

Sargent, J., picture moulding, 
250 ft. at 3c, 250 ft. at 3%c, 
500 ft. at 2c 

Sanborn, G. W. & Co., turkey, 
518 lbs. at 22c 

Saxby, R. M., overcoats, 1 at 
5.00, 1 at 6.00, 1 at 7.00, 1 at 
8.00, 1 at 9.00; overalls, 5 prs. 
at 1.50; sundries, 2.00 

Scarlett, W., brooms, 10 doz. at 
4.50 

Scarborough Pub. Co., map of 
Ontario 

Scandrett Bros., syrup, 358 lbs. 
at 3%c, 114% gals, at 45c, 
10 bbls. at 4.00; washing blue, 
180 lbs. at 18c, macaroni, 250 
lbs. at 9c; sugar, 15,500 lbs. 
at 5.44, 5.455 lbs. at 5.09; 



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195 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, London. — Continued. 



yds. at 50c; waists, 21 at 
1.00, 3 yds at 85c; table linen, 
25 yds. at 82c, 27 yds. at 1.00; 
trays, 1 at 2.25; linen, 38 yds. 
at 16c; bordering, 25 yds. at 
40c; drill, 40% yds. at 22c; 
galatea, 19% yds. at 15c; 
panama, 21 yds. a£ 17c; nap- 
kins, 1 doz. at 4.00 

Smith, A. M., & Co., split peas, 
4 bags at 3.75; lye, 1 case at 
3.50; sealers, 2 gross at 10.90; 
tea, 1,620 lbs, at 24c; beans, 
27 39-60 bus. at 2.10; kippered 
herring, 2 cases at 4.50; sal. 
soda, 375 lbs. at 95c; soap, 
10 boxes at 3.25; jelly powder, 
16 7-12 doz. at 90c; sugar, 
19,500 lbs. at 5.44, 5,558 lbs. 
at 5.09; blacking, 1 gross at 
9.00; currants, 1,071 lbs. at 
7%c; molasses, 93 gals, at 
24c; syrup, 338 lbs. at 3y 2 c; 
cocoa, 2 doz. at 2.40; raisins, 
280 lbs. at 8%c; sundries, 
56.79; starch, 300 lbs. at 6%c; 
cocoa mats, y 2 doz. at 12.00; 
% doz. at 10.00; rice, 2,912 
lbs. at 3%; tobacco, 178 lbs. 
at 45c, 198 lbs. at 77c; vine- 
gar, 83% gals, at 24c; barley, 
200 lbs. at 3%c; sapolio, % 
gross at 11.00; blue, 180 lbs. 
at 17c; prunes, 300 lbs. at 
ll%c; macaroni, 60 lbs. at 
9c; toilet paper, 1 case at 
5.00; brooms, 5 doz. at 4.50; 
tapioca, 178 lbs. at 6%c; sun- 
dries, 56.79 

Smith, John, expenses captur- 
ing eloper 

Smith, C. R., Stationery Co., 
stationery 

Smith, Son, & Clarke, inter- 
ments 

Smith, E. B., spirits 'for medical 

[ use 

Spramotor Co., sulfocide, 20 gls. 
at 1.80; sundries, 2.82 

Stevens, J., & Son, Co., Ltd., 
medical supplies 

Sterling Bros. Limited, boots, 
120 pairs at 3.25; 42 pairs at 
1.50; rubber boots, 4 pairs at 

; 3.25 

sundry Newspapers, advertising 

(Sutherland Bros., oven pan, 1 

i at 2.00; commodes, 12 at 60c; 
milk pans, 24 at 75c; tin 

, pans, 24 at 40c, 6 at 1.25, 6 at 
at 2.75, 6 at 3.00, 6 at 3.75, 6 

1 at 2750, 6 at 1.75 

iumner's Pharmacy, drugs and 

I chemicals 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Swifts Canadian Co., Ltd., sheep, 
543 lbs. at 8V>c, 544 lbs. at 9c, 
1,333 lbs. at 10c, 240 lbs. at 
10%c 

Tamlin, C. S., veterinary services 

Tancock, J. A., blacksmithing . . 

Tanton, J., & Son, rolled oats, 
337 bags at 2.75; corn meal, 45 
389 20 bags at 2.25, 5 bags at 2.50, 30 
bags at 2.40; salt, 65 bbls. at 
1.25, 20 bags at 45c, 25 bags at 
90c; 1 bbl. at 2.00; seeds, 
198.17; rolled wheat, 45 bags at 
2.40, 95 bags at 2.50, 40 bags at 
2.75; cheese, 823 lbs. at 15c, 
373 lbs. at 16c; 350 lbs. at 
14y 2 c; 164 lbs. at 14c; 445 
lbs. at 13%c; 802 lbs. at 
14% c; oil cake, 1 ton at 37.00, 
6 -tons at 39.00, y 2 ton at 
38.00; oatmeal, 2 bags at 2.90, 
2 bags at 3.00 

Therapeutic Gazette, subscrip- 
tion 

Thomas, G. H., & Son, repairs to 
vehicles 

Topping, A., expenses capturing 
eloper 

Trafford Furniture Co., perfor- 
ated seats, 100 at 30c, 50 at 
16c; wire, 160 lbs. at 15c; 
sundries, 60c 

Twin City Oil Co., paints, oils, 
etc 

Vernon, H„ city directory, 3 
copies at 3.50 

Wanless, W. K., overshoes, 1 pr. 

Watt, P. J., spirits for medicinal 
use 

Water Commissioners, toaster.. 

Webb, Jas., livery hire 

Webster & Graham, leather, 404 
lbs. at 29c, 51% lbs. at 23c, 
23 lbs. at 20c, 24% lbs. at 22c, 
11% lbs. at 80c; sundries, 
10.42 

Westman, A., night latch, 1 at 
2.50, 1 at 2.75; spoons, 12 doz. 
at 2.35 24 doz. at 1.25, 4 doz. at 
3.20; glass. 2.80; beef slicers, 
1 at 1.35, 3 at 1.00; gasoline, 
25 gals, at 20c, 10 gals, at 
22c, 9 gals at 25c ; cleavers, 1 at 
2.00; locks, 1 at 1.25; 2 doz. at 
4.20, 2 doz. at 2.20, % doz. at 
3.34; 1 at 2.25; chains, 1 doz. 
at 2.50; soup ladles, 1 doz. at 
1.95; carvers, 1 set, 3.00; 
trowel, 1 at 1.35; brushes, 1 
doz. at 3.00; key rings, y 2 
gross at 4.00; cord, 6 lbs. at 
126 80 45c; razor, 1 at 1.50; mirrors, 

y 2 doz. at 15.00; scissors, 1 pr. 
166 67 at 1.10; flue cleaners, 2 at 



2,611 


29 


7 


35 


70 


05 


120 


00 


114 


00 


38 


82 


60 


73 


466 
106 


00 

26 



254 21 
20 55 
11 15 



2,616 


06 


2 


50 


14 


00 


16 


00 


62 


60 


541 


65 


10 
1 


50 

25 


2 

4 

26 


50 
35 
00 



158 63 



196 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, London.— Continued. 



1.75; steel letters, 1 set at 
6.50; iron hardware, 93.33; 
wire, 25 lbs. at 8c; wardrobe 
locks, 1 doz. at 2.50; ham 
slicers, 3 at 75c; twine, 12 
lbs. at 48c, 6 lbs. at 45c; lan- 
tern globes, 5 doz. at 1.00, 2 
doz. at 1.70; axe, 1 at 1 00; 
soup bowls, 1 doz. at 1.96; 
skimmers, 1 doz. at 1.50; pails, 
y 2 doz. at 10.50, y 2 doz. at 
12.60, y 2 doz. at 14.70; brush 
heads, y> doz. at 15.00; hose, 
50 ft. at 19c, 15 feet at 25c, 
15 ft. at 20c, 22 ft. at 16c; 
files, 1 doz. at 2.45; % doz. at 
6.00; candle wick, 5 lbs. at 
25c; kettles, 1 at 1.80, 1 at 
1.00; 1 at 1.20; spoke shaves, 

2 at 65c; casseroles, 1 at 2.50, 
1 at 2.25; steel figures, 1 set at 
2.00; ice cream freezer, 1 at 
5.60; rope, 59 lbs. at 13c, 25*4 
lbs. at 16c; wire rope, 100 ft. 
at 4c; hooks, y 2 gross at 7.50; 
cash box, 1 at 1.50; binder 
twine, 150 lbs. at 10c; saws, 1 
at 3.60, 1 at 4.50; pliers, 1 pair 
at 1.00; hoes, 2 doz. at 5.00; 
brace, 1 at 3.00; bits, 3 at 35c, 

3 at 40c, 3 at 45c, 3 at 55c; 
mantles, 6 at 20c; tops and 
dies, 1 set at 10.50, 1 set at 
11.50; mitre box, 1 at 3.00 



Expenses. — Continued. 

West Disinfecting Co., soap dis- 
pensers, 6 at 3.00; kilroach, 25 
at 40c; fumigators, y 2 gross 
at 60.00 58 00 

West, Taylor, 'Bickle, Co., Ltd., 
brooms, 2 doz. at 4.25, 4 doz. 
at 4.50, less freight 50c 

Wilson, J. A., sausage, 30 lbs. 
at lie; brawn, 58 lbs. at 
12y 2 c 10 55 

Wilson, H. A., Co., Ltd., cricket 
bats, 4 at 7.20; score book, 1 
at 80c; rubber grips, 6 at 
2.40; tennis reel, 1 at 80c ... 32 80 

Williams Mfg. Co., Ltd., repairs 

to machines 6 20 

.Worrell Mfg. Co., drugs and 

chemicals 17 25 

Wortman, Ward Co., Ltd., 
handle, 1 at 50c ; plunger, 1 at 
1.21; sundries, 41c 2 12 

Wright, J., & Co., iron castings 896 49 

Wright, Sons, & Co., mitts, 
20 10-12 doz. at 4.50; horse 
blankets, 4 prs. at 2.75, 4 prs. 
at 1.85, 15 prs. at 1.50; 2 prs. 
at 2.00, 2 prs. at 1.62y 2 ; caps, 
28 5-12 doz. at 6.00, 1% doz. at 
4.50; hats, 37% doz. at 1.50, 5 
doz. at 4.50; rugs, 2 at 4.00, 6 
at 2.00 417 90 

Young, F., expenses capturing 

eloper 2 00 

429 18 Ziegler, Dr. C. H., dental services 37 50 



Hospital for the Insane, Mimico. 

Salaries ($40,867.55). 

N. H. Beemer, M.D.: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,600 00 

J. Rollins, M.D.: do Asst. Superintendent 1,500 00 

B. L. Wickware, M.D.: Eight do Asst Physician 633 00 

R. B. McCarley, M.D.: Two do do 150 00 

W. A. Marshall, M.D.: Seven and one-third do 552 50 

E. J. Leary, M.D.: Four months' salary do 317 50 

M. Kielty: Twelve do Bursar 1,500 00 

F. N. Wallis: Four do Storekeeper 316 00 

Margaret Pattison: Twelve do Stenographer 325 00 , 

A. Murray: Eight do Porter and Stenographer .... 300 00 [ 

J. Blyth: Twelve do Matron 525 00 

R. Elkin: Eight do Storekeeper 600 00; 

J. C. Macmillan: Twelve do Laundryman 500 00 

Geo. Dea: do Baker 650 00 1 

Geo. Stubbs: do Butcher.. 540 00 

Jno. Gourlay: do Engineer 800 00 

James Ailes: do do (Pump House) 600 00 j 

Wm. Wilkinson: do Asst. Engineer 600 00 

Andrew Craib: do Electrician 540 00 

R. Maxwell: do Carpenter 600 00 

Wyatt Emery: Ten do Asst. Carpenter 300 00 

B.Watson: Twelve do Mason 600 00 

J. Ruttan: Nine do Painter 315 00 

W. E. Stock: Twelve do Farmer 700 00 



191112 




PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 


197 


PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS M; 
Hospital for the Insane, 

Salaries.— C 

|Thos. Patterson: Three months' salary 

Wm. Patterson: do 

S. Matheson: do 

Thos. Burgess: do 

Wm. Matheson: Eight do 

Wm. Paxton: Twelve do 

Roy Gordon: Two do 

Frank Edwards: Three do 

iR. Langdon: do 

J. Crossett: Six do 

R. J. Lattin: do 

N. McFayden: do 

iChief Attendants: 

Supervisors (Male) 

1 Attendants: 

Supervisors (Female) 

Nurses: 

Cooks: 

;Maids: 

Laundresses: 

Seamstresses: 

Stokers: 

Temporary Assistance: 


UNTENANCE.— Continued. 
Mimico.— Continued. 

ontinued. 

as Asst. Farmer 

do 

Gardener 


550 00 
420 00 
700 00 


Asst. Gardener 

do 

Sewage Man 

Plowman 

Messenger 

do 


360 00 

200 00 

360 00 

41 00 

57 37 

82 33 


do 


' 160 00 


Plowman 

Asst. Gardener 


142 93 
210 00 

522 00 




2,465 53 




6,849 53 
1,434 00 
5,162 32 
1,599 10 
261 37 










691 77 
648 00 




1,761 17 
125 13 









Expenses ($70,015.88). 



lllienist and Neurologist, sub- 

I scription 

Ulen, A. A. & Co., Ltd., robes, 

2 at 6.25 

kmerican Laundry Machinery 

j Co., repairs to laundry 

knderson, Macbeth, Ltd., caps, 

10 doz. at 4.05 

kndrew, Wm., lemons, 4 doz. at 
1 26c, 2 doz. at 15c; sundries, 

45c 

knsley, Dineen Hat and Fur Co., 
. Ltd., caps, 5 doz. at 3.75, 5 

doz. at 5.25, 7y 3 doz. at 2.75, 

3 doz. at 1.25, 6 doz. at 6.00; 

i sundries, 25c 

ikrmstrong, Fred., Co., Ltd., 

plumbing supplies 

i asbestos & Rubber Goods Co., 

Ltd., graphite, 25 lbs. at 20c; 
I discs, 24 at 6c, 24 at 10c, 24 

at 12c, 12 at 24c, 12 at 36c. . 
ipteaux Dyestuff and Chemical 

Co., Ltd., soap, 1,721 lbs. at 

6V>c 

Ileal Bros., Ltd., leather, 84% 

lbs. at 29c, 29 lbs. at 15c, 

117% lbs. at 33c, 59 lbs. at 
I 34c, 4% lbs. at 30c; shoe- 

I makers' sundries, 23.28 

i teenier, Dr. N. H., car tickets, 
I 41.60; trav. expenses, 88.00.. 
Spell Telephone Co., messages, 
I 23.81; rent of instruments, 

; 258.73 

[perlin Oil and Grease Co., 
1 paint, oils, etc 



5 00 
12 50 
17 64 
40 50 

1 79 



105 


17 


4 


00 


18 


92 


111 


87 



112 


41 


129 


GO 


282 


54 


14 


26 



Biggar, Alfred C, keys, 3 doz. 
at 1.55 

Bigley, R., repairs to range... 

Blyth, J., trav. expenses 

Bonner's Columbian Insecticide 
Co., roach powder, 10 lbs. at 
50c; Columbian liquid, 10 
gals, at 2.50 

Boeckh Bros. Co., Ltd., clothes 
baskets, % doz. at 11.38, y 2 
doz. at 12.00 

Brock, W. R. Co., cottonade, 
412% yds. at 19c, 168 yds. 
at 18c; comforters, 2 at 7.00; 
curtain net, 253% yds. at 
15c; table linen, 89% yds. at 
37%c; crash, 960 yds. at 10.; 
braces, 10 doz. at 2.25, 1 doz. 
at 14.50, y 2 doz. at 12.00; 
hoods, 1 8-12 doz. at 9.00, 3 
doz. at 6.25; collars, 1% doz. 
at 2.25, 5 doz. at 1.25, 2 doz. 
at 1.80, 11 doz. at 1.00; hose, 
3 doz. at 3.25, 1 doz. at 4.50, 
% doz. at 3.50; belts, 2 doz. 
at 1.65, 1 doz. at 2.25; cardi- 
gans, % doz. at 18.50; carpet 
square, 1 at 31.50, 2 at 39.00, 
2 at 13.60; lining, 56 yds. at 
55c, 70 yds. at 18y 2 c, 106% 
yds. at 15c; sundries, 116.22; 
curtains, 6 pairs at 3.50, 6 
pairs at 2.25; linen, 156% 
yds. at 18%c; denim, 268% 
yds. at 18%c, 829% yds. at 
23i/ 2 c, 850 yds. at 22%c, 
181% yds. at 21i/oc; buttons, 



4 65 

2 00 

3 50 



30 00 



11 69 



198 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



Xo. X 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Mimico. — Continued. 



Expenses. — Continued. 



1 doz. at 2.00, 


9 doz. at 


2 doz. at 1.25, 


1 doz. at 


handkerchiefs, 


6 doz. at 


5 doz. at 70c, 


4 doz. at 


6 doz. at 65c, 


2 doz. at 


1 doz. at 3.60; 


gloves, 1 


at 9.00, 1 doz. 


at 4.50, 4 



5 gro. at 1.35; combs, 24 doz. 
at 75c, 12 doz. at 65c; fas- 
cinators, 1 7-12 doz. at 4.75; 
ties, 
2.25, 
1.40; 
75c, 
1.25, 
1.40, 
doz. 

doz. at 2.25; underwear, 2 doz. 
at 9.00; waists, 4% doz. at 
9.00; sheeting, 1,649% yds. at 
23%c, 118% yds. at 13i/ 2 c, 
290% yds. at 2iy 2 c, 129% 
yds. at 27%c, 415% yds. at 
32%c; flannelette, 529*4 yds. 
at lie, 531 yds. at ll%c, 
607*4 yds. at 9%c; tweed, 
719% yds. at 37%c, 275% 
yds. at 35c, 165*4 yds. at 30c; 
canvas, 100 yds. at 13 %c, 
100 yds. at 16%c; print, 
499% yds. at 10c; shirting, 
278% yds. at 13%c, 166% yds. 
at 15c, 108*4 yds. at 18 %c, 
1,127% yds. at 12%c; quilts, 
202 at 82%c; towels 16 doz. at 
1.20, 16 doz. at 2.00; crochet 
cotton, 5y 3 gro. at 7.20; 
scrim, 249% yds. at 18%c; 
serge, 30 yds. at 1.65; thread, 
3 gro. at 5.60, 12% gro. at 
6.00; duck, 106% yds. at 
19%c; laces, 24 gro. at 70c, 
3 gro. at 2.75, 3 gro. at 1.25; 
cotton, 495*4 yds. at 15c, 
1,736% yds. at 12%c, 662% 
yds. at 14%c; pillow cotton, 
202 yds. at 17c, 777 yds. at 
14%c; mitts, 10 doz. at 4.50; 
horse blankets, % doz. at 

21.50 4,070 75 

Burns, P., & Co., contract, coal, 

2 tons 1,800 lbs. at 8.10, 1,418 
tons 1,050 lbs. at 3.95, 12 tons 
270 lbs. at 6.80, 32 tons, 1,600 
lbs. at 6.65, 1,745 tons 400 lbs. 

at 4.30 13,431 66 

Burrill, C, seeds, plants, etc.. 110 00 
Burrow, Stewart, Milne Co., 

Ltd., scales, 1 set at 17.58; 

gas range, 1 at 12.45 30 03 

Bursar, to pay sundries, 14.07; 

car tickets, 53.30 67 37 

Cairns, Bernard, indelible ink, 

3 qts. at 8.80 26 40 

Cameron, C, expenses re concert 2 00 
Campbell, Prank, boiler com- 
pound, 630 lbs. at 10c 63 00 

Campbell, J. M., blacksmithing 80 55 
Campbell Milling Co., Ltd., 
shorts, 2 tons at 27.00, 2 tons 



at 26.00; bran, 
21.50; middlings, 



tons 
tons 



at 
at 



25.50 

Canada 

dates, 

cuits, 



388 00 



Brokerage Co., Ltd., 
68 lbs. at 6%c; bis- 
292% lbs. at 7c; corn 
starch, 80 lbs. at 5c, 80 lbs. 
at 5%c; syrup, 3,065 lbs. at 
3%c, 1,002 lbs. at 3%c; 
ground borax, 50 lbs. at 6%c; 
tea, 2,500 lbs. at 25c; sun- 
dries, 6.49; canned vegetables, 
16 doz. at 1.00, 4 doz. at 1.10, 
4 doz. at 1.40; sugar, 3,000 
lbs. at 5.50, 3,000 lbs. at 
5.30, 3,000 lbs. at 5.10, 3,000 
lbs. at 4.90; pipes, 3 boxes at 
75c; rice, 1,120 lbs. at 4c 

Canada Paint Co., paint, oils, 
etc 

Canadian Consolidated Rubber 
Co., Ltd., boots, 8 pairs at 
3.20, 3 pairs at 3.00, 7 pairs at 
1.25, 1 pair at 1.10, 8 pairs 
at 3.25, 1 pair at 3.45; coat, 
1 at 6.00, 1 at 5.58; force 
cups, % doz. at 5.30; hose, 
75 ft. at 33 %c; hospital 
sheets, 5-12 doz. at 23.00; 
sundries, 4.35; bath plugs, 
50 at 8c; ice aprons, 2 at 
2.40; wash aprons, 1-6 doz. at 
20.00 

Canadian Express Co., express 
charges 

Canadian General Electric Co., 
Ltd., electrical supplies 

Canadian Laundry man, sub- 
scription 2 years 

Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., 
paint, oils, etc 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., messages.. 

Canadian Practitioner and Re- 
view, subscription 

Canadian Printing Co., printing 

Central Prison Industries, blan- 
kets, 2,140 lbs. at 50c; boots, 
50 pairs at 3.25, 112 pairs at 
1.80, 70 pairs at 1.60, 75 pairs 
at 1.50; brooms, 5 doz. at 4.00, 
15 doz. at 3.75; whisks, 3 doz. 
at 1.65; wrappers, etc., 11.60; 
yarn, 783 lbs. at 50c; flannel, 
89 yds. at 25c, 384 yds. at 
50c; bed, 1 at 11.00 

Codeling, Robt. J., services se- 
curing help 

Coles, P., subscriptions to sun- 
dry papers 

Coleman Baking Powder Co., 
Ltd., baking powder, 9 doz. 
at 2.69 2-9 

Cowan, J., cleaning chimneys.. 



1,510 14 
23 32 



139 44 


62 47 


129 36 


2 00 


263 87 
93 


2 00 

27 71 





2,368 15 


2 00 


27 50 


24 23 

14 50 



191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



199 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued 



Hospital for the Insane, Mimico. — Continued. 



Craib, John, blacksmithing 

Orown Chemical Co., metal pol- 
ish, % gro. at 36.00 

€udahy Packing Co., Old Dutch 
Cleanser, 300 lbs. at 4c, 
12.00; less discount, 24c 

Dalton Bros., cinnamon, 10 lbs. 
at 25c; cloves, 10 lbs. at 30c, 
20 lbs. at 28c; powdered 
sugar, 75 lbs. at 6y 2 c; coffee, 
400 lbs. at 25c; flavoring 
extracts, 16 doz. at 50c; nut- 
megs, 5 lbs. at 35c; ginger, 
10 lbs. at 25c; sundries, 
23.96; cocoanut, 20 lbs. at 
18c; pepper, 95 lbs. at 18c; 
cream tartar, 20 lbs. at 26c; 
chicory, 100 lbs. at 12c; 
mustard, 50 lbs. at 18c; cocoa, 
10 lbs. at 30c 

Davidson & Hay, Ltd., sugar, 
3,000 lbs. at 4.75 

Davis, G. H., gloves, 3 pr. at 
50c 

Davison, Wm. & Sons, Ltd., sub- 
scription to sundry maga- 
zines 

Delahaye, G., Diamond clean- 
ser, 15 cases at 2.75 

Delany & Pettit Co., Ltd., hair, 
100 lbs. at 54c; sundries, 60c 

Dominion Match Co., matches, 
1 case 

Dominion Medical Monthly, sub- 
scription 

Douglas & Ratcliff, Ltd., wrap- 
ping paper, etc 

Downey, Jas. H. & Co., potatoes, 
66 2-3 bags at 2.50 

Doyle Fish Co., Ltd., fish, 12,030 
lbs. at 8c, 3,500 lbs. at 9c; 
haddie, 30 lbs. at 10c 

Duck, R. P. milch cow, 1 at 
58.00, difference in exchange 
of cows, 13.65 

Duncombe Bros., potatoes, 344 
bags 40 lbs. at 1.00 

Farmers Advocate, subscription 

Faulkner, B., hay, 2 ton at 
12.50 

Fenny, J. W., Candy Co., candy, 
286 lbs. at 7c, 50 lbs. at 10c, 
30 lbs. at 14c, 10 lbs. at 8c . . 

Ferrier & Co., (contract) pota- 
toes, 940 bus. at 93c 

Fleischmann Co., The, yeast, 303 
lbs. at 30c 

Fleury, J. Sons, repairs to 
implements 

Foster, Pottery Co., flower pots 

Foy, Geo. & Co., repairing 
clocks, etc 



Expenses.— Continued. 

175 84 Foy, Geo. J., Ltd., spirits for 

medical use 32 50 

9 00 Garlock Packing Co., packing 

2514 lbs. at 1.00, 28 lbs. at 

85c, 6 lbs. at 1.50 58 05 

11 76 Gillette Safety Razor Co., Ltd., 

blade sets, 288 sets at 3iy 2 c. 91 72 
Goulds Pump Co., recording 

charts, 500 6 50 

Gowans, Kent & Co., Ltd., plates 

2 doz. at 1.60, 2 doz. at 1.10, 2 

doz. at 1.30; coffee pots, 2-3 

doz. at 15.85; tumblers, 2 doz. 

at 1.15; trays, 1 doz. at 1.25, 

sundries, 6.10; cream jug, 1 

at 1.50; sugar pot 1 at 1.30; 

flat dishes, 2 at 55c, 2 at 90c 33 91 

Grant & Toy, Ltd., stationery.. 34 40 

Grand Trunk Ry. freight 

274 09 charges, 158.19, rent of siding, 

51.08 209 27 

142 50 g. N. W. Tel. Co., messages . . 17 12 

Grenadier Ice & Coal Co., ice . . 325 60 

1 50 Guelph Soap Co., soap, 4,240 

lbs. at 5c less freight, 3.36.. 208 64 
Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd., iron 

74 96 castings,, etc 48 05 

Halliday, Jas., tallow, 3,905 

41 25 lbs. at 3c; purchase of meat, 

11,279.61 11,396 76 

54 60 Hamilton Engine Packing Co., 

packing, 13 lbs. 3 oz. at 90c 11 87 

25 00 Harcourt, E. H. Co., Ltd., print- 
ing, stationery, etc 204 97 

2 00 Hare, W. R., trav. expenses, 

3.30; services surveying, 7 

4 90 da y S at 1.60 14 50 

Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., ferti- 

166 66 lizer) 700 lbs. at 28.50 9 98 

Hartz, J. F. Co., Ltd., medical 

supplies 61 01 

1,280 40 Heather, H„ & Son, stock pot, 

1 at 7.00; butter boxes, 10 at 
2.50; repairs to utensils, 

71 65 50.15 82 15 

Hees, Geo. H., Son & Co., Ltd., 

344 44 cloth, 162 yds. at 22c, 478% 

1 50 yds. at 16c; tassel hooks, 2 

gro. at 1.00; brass caps, 1-3 

25 00 gro. at 1.50; shades, % gro. 

at 20.00, 1-12 gro. at 21.00; 

drapery pins, 2 gro. at 15c, 

30 02 less discount, 1.67 120 08 

Heintzman & Co., Ltd., repairing 
874 20 cecilian, 7.00; tuning pianos, 

etc. 16.00 23 00 

90 90 Hobbs Hardware Co., Ltd., bind- 
er twine, 200 lbs. at 8%c 16 50 

4 00 Hospital World, subscription . . 3 00 

36 65 Humphrey, F. W., sugar, 106 

lbs. at 6.85, 3,000 lbs. at 5.40, 
1 50 2,000 lbs. at 5.30, 101 lbs. at 



200 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for the Insane, Mimico. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



6.55, 3,000 lbs. at 4.80, 3,000 
lbs. at 4.70; biscuits, 1,107% 
lbs. at 7c; raisins, 2 cases at 
3.25, 140 lbs. at 7y 2 c; tapioca, 
529 lbs. at 6%c; cornstarch, 
80 lbs. at 5c, 110 lbs. at 6c, 
440 lbs. at 5%c; sapolio, 3 
gro. at 11.30; rice, 1,250 lbs. 
at 3.73, 1,250 lbs. at 3.53, 1,250 
lbs. at 3.68; cornmeal, 1 bag 
at 2.10; simplex, 2 gro. at 9.00; 
cocoanut, 30 lbs. at 15c; wash- 
boards, 1 doz. at 2.45; tobacco, 

9 lbs. at 44c; sundries, 23.77; 
salt, 47 bbls. at 1.35, 3 bbls. 
at 2.80, 2 bbls. at 2.90, 2 bbls. 
at 2.75; nuts, 40 lbs. at 15y 2 c, 
40 lbs. at 15c, 40 lbs. at lie, 

5 lbs. at 35c; sago, 1,034 lbs. 
at 6%c; currants, 230 lbs. at 
7c, 75 lbs. at 6%c; starch, 
200 lbs. at 6%c, 400 lbs. at 
7c; canned vegetables, 8 doz. 
at 1.35, 20 doz. at 1.37%; 
syrup, 1,002 lbs. at 3%c; vine- 
gar, 40 gals, at 25c; fly paper, 
2 cases, at 3.50; gelatine, 1 
doz. at 1.30; barley, 1 bag, 
at 3.60 

Hurd, H. E., veterinary services 
Imperial Mfg. Co., plumbing sup- 
plies 

Imperial Tobacco Co. of Canada, 
Ltd., tobacco, 2,016 lbs. at 44c, 

less discount, 97.57 

Ingram & Bell, medical supplies 

Ivory, James, fish boiler, 1 at 

2.25; pots, 18 at 1.70; dippers, 

6 at 1.00; roasting pans, 1 doz. 
at 12.00; tin boxes, 1 doz. 
at 12.00; pans;, 1 doz. at 10.80 

10 doz. at 2.00, 10. doz. at 1.50; 
sundries, 6.05; pails, 6 at 1.90; 
steamers, 6 at 1.45; strainers, 
6 at 1.15; wire broilers, y> doz. 
at 3.00 

Johns Hopkins Press, Ameri- 
can Journal of Insanity, sub- 
scription 

Johnston, J. A., & Co., drugs, 
chemicals, etc 

Jones Bros., firebricks, 2 sets at 
2.82 

Jones Underfeed Stoker Co., 
Ltd., cast iron hopper, 1 at 
9.00; tuyere blocks, 50 at 
1.00; push rod, 1 at 6.00 

Keith, Geo. & Sons, seeds, etc.. 

Kelly, W. J., services thresh- 
ing and grinding 

Kennedy, J. H., repairs to 
vehicles 



1,288 90 
8 00 

25 20 



789 47 
463 49 



143 20 



5 


31 


1 


00 


5 


G4 


65 
40 


00 
80 


190 


00 


29 


8o 



Kenny, T. & Co., Ltd., tea, 2,700 
lbs. at 25c 

King's Printer, distribution sta- 
tionery 

King, Warden, Ltd., repairs to 
range 

Kirkpatrick, W. A., & Son, re- 
pairs to harness, etc., 57.60; 
harness, 1 set at 56.00 

Knowles, Jas. W., horse blan- 
ket, 1 

Lake, Wm. H., bowls, 60 doz. 
at 80c; butter dishes, 2 doz. 
at 3.60; ewers, 1 doz. at 
3.80; cups, 50 doz. at 75c, 30 
doz. at 45c; covered dishes, 
3 doz. at 5.40; toast rack, 2 
at 3.25; saucers, 10 doz. at 
33c; carpet sweeper, 1 at 
2.75; twine, 57 lbs. at 20c; 
spindles, 6 at 70c; mustard 
pots, 1 doz. at 1.75; peppers, 
1 doz. at 1.20; lanterns, 8 doz. 
at 1.00; sundries, 20.18; 
basins, 2 doz. at 3.80; jugs, 
18 doz. at 2.40, 3 doz. at 1.20, 
y 2 doz. at 3.50; plates, 24 doz. 
at 55c, 20 doz. at 65c, 29 doz. 
at 75c; tumblers, 40 doz. at 
80c; shamholders, 8 at 45c; 
sugar bowls, 2 doz. at 2.25; 
rope, 17 lbs. at 15c; dia- 
mond dyes, 18 doz. at 85c; 
platters, 1 doz. at 4.25; sieves, 
i/ 2 doz. at 7.00 

Lawrason, S. F. & Co., wash- 
ing soda, 4,760 lbs. at 1.75.. 

Leary, Dr. E. J., expenses of 
patients at exhibition 

Leckie, John, Ltd., tarpaulin, 
160 sq. ft. at 8c 

Lemon Bros., stabling privi- 
leges, etc 

LePage Door Check Co., door 
check, 1 at 2.25, 1 at 9.00; 
bottom stop, 1 at 1.50 

Lever, John, trav. expenses . . 

Lewis, Rice & Son, Ltd., 
scissors, 14 doz. at 3.50, V 2 
doz. at 3.75; sash cord, 10 lbs. 
at 36c; door bells, 14 doz. at 
7.50; trimmers, 1-6 doz. at 
9.00; spades, y> doz. at 7.60; 
packing, 134 lbs, at 15.50; 
shovels, 1 doz. at 6.54; yale 
latches, y t doz. at 15.00, % 
doz. at 23.75; spoons, 2 gro. 
at 5.50, 1 gro. at 15.40; 
grease, 25 lbs. at 25c, 50 lbs. 
at 15c; blow torch, 1 at 
4.20; candle wick, 10 lbs. at 
30c; brass rod, 132 ft. at 
6y 3 c; straight edge, 1 at 



675 00 
67 38 
33 28 

113 60 
1 25 



355 


28 


83 


30 


16 75 


12 


80 


100 95 


12 
1 


75 
00 



1911 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



201 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
(Hospital for the Insane, Mimico.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



2.85; mason's lines, 1 doz. at 
1.20; % gro. at 13.00; staples, 
1 keg at 3.10; rakes, % doz. 
at 5.70, % doz. at 6.22; russia 
packing, 186 lbs. at 14%e; 
spading forks, % doz. at 
9.86; steel tape, 1 at 2.80; 
turnip hoes, 1 doz. at 4.25; 
iron handles, 3 doz. at 72c., 
% gro. at 7.90; shovels, % 
doz at 9.04; iron hardware, 
etc., 156.57; carvers, 1 pair 
at 1.50; knives, % doz. at 
3.75, % doz. at 4.50; tail bolts, 
% doz. at 8.40; coat hooks, 
1 gro. at 2.20; hinges, 1 doz. 
at 2.40; meat chopper, 1 at 
3.60; glue, 45 lbs. at 13 %e; 
picks, % doz. at 4.10; nails, 
1 keg at 2.65, 1 keg at 2.50, 
1 keg at 2.45, 1 keg at 2.40, 
1 keg at 2.15, 2 kegs at 2.35, 
1 keg at 3.85; shears, 1 pair 
at 1.40; dead lock, 1 at 7.00; 
snow shovels, 2 doz. at 4.70; 
locks, 2 doz. at 1.70, 2 doz. 
at 1.40, 1 at 3.00, 1 at 2.75; 
wheelbarrows, y 2 doz. at 
30.00, % doz. at 64.00; potato 
forks, % doz. at 8.20; wire 
cloth, 475 feet at 1.65; hay 
forks, 1 doz. at 6.00; table 
forks, % gro. at 15.54 

library Bureau of Canada, office 
furniture 

^ondon Asylum, tomatoes, 6 
doz. gals, at 2.65 

^umbers, Jas., Co., Ltd., cur- 
rants, 243 lbs. at 7c; raisins, 
280 lbs. at 7%e, 731/2 lbs. at 
il%e, 25 lbs. at 12c; rice, 
1,250 lbs. at 4c; sugar, 1,000 
lbs. at 4.90, 2,000 lbs. at 5.30, 
1,000 lbs. at 4.75; biscuits, 
138% lbs. at 7c; sapolio, 2 
cases at 2.85; sundries, 9.30; 
soap, 45 boxes at 3.10, 30 
boxes at 3.30, 30' boxes at 
3.20, 12 lbs. at 37c; starch, 
100 lbs. at 6%e; canned 
vegetables, 20 doz. at 1.00, 20 
doz. at 1.35; clay pipes, 5 

boxes at 80c 

yons, Geo. A., rolled oats, 20' 
lbs. at 3.95; oats, 300 bus. at 
50c; rolled wheat, 5 bbls. at 
2.70, 51 bbls. at 2.80 

tfacdonald, John & Co., Ltd., 
lining, 54 yds. at 19c, 42 yds. 
at 25c, 531/2 yds. at 13 %c; 
suiting, 5514 yds. at 2.15, 59% 
yds. at 2.25, 36% yds. at 
85c; cretonne, 116 yds. at 
ll%e; muslin, 74 yds. at 



459 52 
10 U 
15 90 



723 36 



385 30 



lli/>c; denim, 101 yds. at 
18%e, 52% yds. at 19c; 
sateen, 129% yds. at 10c; 
182 1/2 yds. at 15c; cuff linen, 
60 yds. at 30c, 92% yds. at 
371/2C.; silkine, 68% yds. at 
12%c; cheesecloth, 110 yds. 
at 3%e; needles, 6 m. at 
1.00; shirting, 282 14 yds. at 
12 %c; gingham, 1,115% yds. 
at 12 %e; dress goods, 204 
yds. at 35c, 256% yds. at 
25c; sundries, 43.41; shaker, 
2,010 yds., at lie; corsets, 6 
doz. at 6.50; silesia, 198% 
yds. at 16c, 103% yds. at 
15c; scrim, 197% yds. at 
17%c; pins, 60 pkgs. at lie; 
buttons, 5 gro. at 85c, 3 gro. 
at 65c, 2 gro. at 1.75, 1 gro. 
at 1.50; canvas, 50 yds. at 
17%c; print, 1,400 yds. at 
ll%c; linen thread, 2 doz. at 
1.00, 5 doz. at 2.80; braces, 
10 doz. at 2.25; flannelette, 
610% yds. at 10c; indigo 
twill, 50 yds. at 2.25; tick- 
ing, 543% yds. at 20c 

Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd. 
(contract), flour, 861 bbls. at 

4.50 

Marshall, Dr. W. A., profes- 
sional services 

Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., repairs 

to implements 

Matheson, S., car tickets 

Matthews, F., smoking hams, 

etc ; 

May, Samuel, & Co., cue tips, 5 
boxes at 1.00; sundries, 75c; 
repairs to billiard tables, 

73.55 

Meakins & Sons, baskets, % 
doz. at 12.00; tubs, % doz. 
at 10.50, 1-6 doz. at 12.00, 5-12 
doz. at 10.00; mops, % doz. 
at 5.65; brooms, % doz. at 
6.60, % doz. at 6.00; sundries, 
9.84; brushes, 5 doz. at 2.10, 
10. doz. at 1.50, 13 doz. at 
3.75, 1 1-6 doz. at 3.00, 4% 
doz. at 4.50, 1 doz. at 7.35, 
% doz. at 21.00, % doz. at 
30.00, % doz. at 13.50; cocoa 
mats, 1 11-12 doz. at 12.00... 
Metallic Roofing Co., repairs to 

buildings 

Methodist Book & Pub. house, 

printing 

Michie & Co., fruit, 13 boxes at 

25c 

Might Directories, Ltd., city 
directory, 1 copy 



1,678 63 

3,874 50 

5 00 

7 87 
9 40 

10 20 
79 30 



180 86 
4 54 
8 60 
3 25 
7 50 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Mimico.— Continued. 



Milne Bros., wheatine, 25 bags 
at 2.50, 10 bags at 2.50, 10 
bags at 2.75 

Monarch. Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
typewriter supplies 

Morrison, Jas., Brass Mfg. Co., 
Ltd., plumbing supplies 

Musgrave, Chas. E., musical 
services 

Musson Book Co., Ltd., sta- 
tionery, 

Murray, Geo., expenses re con- 
cert 

Murray-Kay, Ltd., rugs, 2 at 
50.00; carpet, 6y 3 yds. at 2.00, 
3M yds. at 3.75; club bag, 1 
at 8.75; tablecloth, 1 at 8.00, 
1 at 5.25, 1 at 7.50; blan- 
kets, 1 pair at 11.50; cassock, 

1 at 24.00; sundries, 5.44; 
net, 11% yds. at 50c; 
cushions, 3 at 2.15; sheeting, 
36 yds. at 54c; linen scarfs, 

2 at 3.00; cocoa matting, 5% 
yds. at 82%c 

Mussens, Ltd., wheelbarrows, 2 
at 6.00 

MacLean Pub. Co., Ltd., sub- 
scription to sundry trade 
magazines 

McCarley, Dr. R., medical ser- 
vices 

McConvey, J. J., inspection of 
weights and measures 

McCrimmond, I., eggs, 5 doz. at 
50c, 3 doz. at 55c 

McGillon, B. J., evergreens, 2 
loads at 3.50 

Nelson, J., manure, 158 tons 
200 lbs. at 1.10 

Nerlich & Co., pipes, 1 at 1.25, 
1 at 1.20; mouth organs, 1 
doz. at 2.10; paper napkins, 
2,000 at 3.36; sundries, 6.68; 
beads, 1 doz. at 4.00; dolls, 
y 2 doz. at 8-.40 

Northern Aluminum Co., Ltd., 
chambers, 120 at 77c; cus- 
pidors, 24 at 1.75; tea kettle, 
1 at 4.25; trays, 12 at 1.15; 
stock pot, 1 at 20.75; rack, 
1 at 3.00; less discount, 38.71 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 
rolled oats, 105 bags at 2.40. 

Ontario Publishing Co., Ltd., 
subscription to Canada Lancet 

Ontario Wind Engine and Pump 
Co., Ltd., repairs to pumps. 

Packard Electric Co., Ltd., elec- 
trical supplies 

Paine, Jno. B. Co., caustic soda, 
700 lbs. at 314c; soap, 1,003 
lbs. at 7c 

Parsons, Brown & Co., soap, 5 



Expenses.— Continued. 

boxes at 3.25, 30 boxes at 

3.10; sapolio, 2 cases at 2.85, 

116 00 2 gro. at 11.40; shoe polish, 

2 gro. at 9.00; prunes, 1,000 

7 50 lbs. at 914c; biscuits, 133% 

lbs. at 7c; syrup, 4,461 lbs. 

14 79 at 3%c; sago, 160 lbs. at 

6%c; canned vegetables, 20 

115 00 doz. at 1.05, 20 doz. at 1.35, 

20 doz. at 1.00; sundries, 

8 75 14.95; starch, 200 lbs. at 

6%c; rice, 896 lbs. at 3%c, 
4 00 1,250 lbs. at 4c; sugar, 1,490 
lbs. at 5.30, 2,000 lbs. at 5.20, 
3,000 lbs. at 4.90, 3,000 lbs. at 
4.80; corn starch, 80 lbs. at 
5^0.; tapioca, 155 lbs. at 
6%c; salt, 2 bbls. at 1.35; 
raisins, 52 lbs. at 13%c; 
borax, 50 lbs. at 6c 

Patterson, T., trav. expenses... 

Pease Foundry Co., iron cast- 
ings, etc 

Peters, H., lemons, 1 case at 
3.00, 2 cases at 2.75, 1 case at 
4.50, 1 case at 6.50; peaches, 
50 bas. at 50c; sundries, 50c 

Phoenix, Wm, expenses cap- 
turing eloper 

Pilkington Bros., Ltd., glass... 

Piper, N. L., Railway Supply 
Co., Ltd., lantern burners, 5 
doz. at 1.80, 3 doz. at 1.25, 
2 doz. at 1.00; lantern globes, 
6 doz. at 75c; lanterns, 3 
doz. at 9.00 

Poison Iron Works, Ltd., re- 
pairs to boiler 

Postmaster, postage stamps . . 

Powley Paper Co., Ltd., wrap- 
ping paper, etc 

Queen City Oil Co., Ltd., paint, 
oils, etc 

Rae, W. M., ice 

Ramsay, A., musical services.. 
26 15 Rasson, T., blacksmithing 

Reid, A. T., Co., Ltd., buttons, 
14 doz. at 15 

Reid & Co., sawdust, 2 loads at 
2.50 

Remington Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
137 49 inspections of typewriter .... 

Rice, E., buttermilk, 160 qts. at 
252 00 5c; eggs, Vi doz. at 60c 

Rice, T. G., Wire Mfg. Co., fire 
2 00 screen, 1 

Robertson, Mrs. A., car tickets. 

9 32 Robertson, J. S. C, expenses re 

concert 

45 00 Sadler & Howarth, leather belt- 
ing, etc 

Saturday Night, subscription . . 

92 96 Scott, Dr. Wallace, professional 
services 



237 


31 


12 


00 


6 


00 


5 


00 


4 


00 


4 


15 


7 


00 


173 


91 






1,116 94 
1 95 

1 14 



45 00 



9 00 

5 88 



46 25 



2 50 
.95 00 


57 74 


3 51 
17 60 

3 00 
26 15 


2 11 


5 00 


3 00 


8 30 


7 00 
4 40 


12 00 


76 61 
6 00 



50 00 



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203 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Mimico. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Sheet Metal Products Co., Ltd., 
chambers, 10 doz. at 3.38; 
saucepans, y 2 doz. at 4.86, 
y 2 doz. at 5.94, 1 doz. at 
6.62; oil stoves, 1 doz. at 
6.88; pitchers, 1 doz. at 5.40; 
pudding pans, y 2 doz. at 2.34; 
spoons, 1 doz. at 1.13; custard 
cups, 3 doz. at 80c; dustpans, 
5 doz. at 61c; oil cans, 2 doz. 
at 1.82; sundries, 26.20; milk 
cans, 12 doz. at 2.75, 3 at 
3.03; pails, 5 doz. at 2.48; 
wash bowls, 1 doz. at 2.03; 
kitchen bowls, \y 2 doz. at 
3.60, 1 doz. at 2.16; fly killers, 
12 doz. at 73y 2 c; plates, 5 
doz. at 1.20; soup bowls, 1 

doz. at 1.26 

Simmers, J. A., seeds, etc 

Simpson, R., Co., Ltd., fringe, 
4 yds. at 1.35; chair seats, 
72 at lie, 144 at 13c, 144 at 
15c; heater, 1 at 5.50; pie 
plates, 1 at 3.50; velvet, 9 yds. 
at 1.50; brocade, y 2 yd. at 
4.00, \y 2 yds. at 2.50; ferris 
waist, 1 at 1.25; corsets, 1 
pair at 2.25; carpet, 13 yds. 
at 1.40; paint, oils, etc., 3.00; 
curtains, 3 pairs at 9.50; cre- 
tonne, 6 yds. at 75c; sun- 
dries, 7.08; candle shades, 6 
at 75c; casserole, 1 at 6.00; 
tapestry, 2 yds. at 3.00, 11% 
yds. at 3.50, 6% yds. at 2.50; 
gimp, 50 yds. at 5c; cord, 27 
yds. at 20c; shirts, 2 at 1.85; 
waists, 6 at 2.48; chairs, 1 at 
10.50, 1 at 7.50; settee, 1 at 
22.75; net, 13 yds. at 75c; 

skirts, 4 at 2.25 

Slater, John, blacksmithing 

Sloan, John & Co., vinegar, 42 
gal. at 25c; rice, 1,120 lbs. at 
4c; sundries, 75c; sugar, 

3,000 lbs. at 4.90 

Smith, E. D., jam, 750 lbs. at 
13c, 450 lbs. at 10%c; mar- 
malade, 300 lbs. at 8%c; 

less discount, 17.03 

Sparrow, Geo. & Co., frying 
pans, 2 at 1.75; bread knife, 
1 at 1.00; pot, 1 at 2.50; 
stock pot, 1 at 7.50; kettle, 

1 at 2.00 

Stanley, J., repairs to clocks.. 
Steele, Briggs Seed Co., seeds, 

plants, etc 

Stevens, J., & Son Co., Ltd., 

medical supplies 

Stock, W. E., baskets 

Stockwell, Henderson & Co., 
Ltd., cleaning curtains, etc . 



174 85 
30 oJ 



305 65 
11 10 



203 05 



153 22 



16 bO 
4 50 

624 48 

73 47 
1 75 

19 00 



520 


99 


44 


22 


22 


00 


52 


50 


83 55 


42 


00 


20 

7 


00 
00 


6 00 


108 


28 


1 

2 


00 
50 


27 


00 


6 
2 


50 
30 



Sundry newspapers, advertis- 

„ in S 69 13 

Sutchffe, Jos., hay, 22 to. 3 
1,615 lbs. at 15.50, 10 tons 935 

lbs. at 16.00 

Taylor, Forbes Co., Ltd., iron 

castings, etc 

Taylor, John, & Co., shaving 
soap, 5 gro. at 4.40 

Telfer Bros., Ltd., brooms, 15 
doz. at 3.50 

Temple, Pattison Co., Ltd., den- 
tal supplies 

Toronto Asylum, manure, 105 
loads at 40c 

Toronto Laundry Machine Co., 
Ltd., cotton duck, 16 yds. at 
1.25 

Toronto Ry. Co., rent of car... 

Toronto & York Radial Ry. Co., 
rent of car 

Twin City Oil Co., Ltd., paint, 
oils, etc 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
typewriter supplies 

Valet, My, cleaning curtains.. 

Verity, Robt., services securing 
help 

Waddell, Chas. E., expenses re 
concert 

Walsh, F., car tickets 

Warren Bros. & Co., Ltd., 
syrup, 3,031 lbs. at 3%c, 1,703 
lbs. at 3%c; prunes, 4,400 
lbs. at 8y 2 c; sugar, 1,000 
lbs. at 5.50, 1,000 lbs. at 5.10, 
3,000 lbs. at 5.00; vinegar, 62 
gals, at 25c; barrel, 1 at 
2.50; rice, 1,120 lbs. at 3.98; 
less barrel returned, 3.00 859 53 

Wells, Dr. Josephine, dental 
supplies 39 40 

West, Taylor, Bickle Co., Ltd., 
brooms, 10 doz. at 3.75 37 50 

White & Co., holly, y 2 case at 
5.00; grapes, 1 keg at 6.50; 
lemons, 1 case at 3.25; or- 
anges, 2 cases at 3.50; cran- 
berries, 1 box at 3.00 * 22 25 

Wickwire, Dr. B. L., medical 
services 5 00 

Willard. & Co., Ltd., eggs,, 1,200 
doz. at 26c, 210 doz. at 
27c, 870 doz. at 28c, 3 
doz. at 50c, 6Q doz. at 40c, 
960 doz. at 30c, 30 doz. at 
34c, 30 doz. at 35c, 33 doz. 
at 45c, 30 doz. at 38c, 390 
doz. at 25c, 600 doz. at 24c, 
90 doz. at 29c, 180 doz. at 
31c, 270 doz. at 32c, 390 doz. 
at 33c; chicken, 7 lbs. at 16c, 
37 1 /! lbs. at 17c, 113^ lbs. at 
19c, 9% lbs. at 21c, 30 lbs. 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Mimico. — Continued. 

Expenses.— Continued. 



at 20c, 19% lbs. at 22c; 
turkey, 900 lbs. at 23c, 12 
lbs. at 27c; honey, 10 lbs. at 
12y 2 c; bananas, 3 doz. at 
20c; cheese, 1,160 lbs. at 15c, 
711 lbs. at 14y 2 c, 9% lbs. at 
18c; butter, 20,801 lbs. at 
23%c, 11,863 lbs. at 27%c; 
beans, 12 bus. at 2.25, 17 bus. 
45 lbs. at 2.40; duck, 20 lbs. 
at 16c, I814 lbs. at 17c, 43^ 
lbs. at 20c; cider, 1 keg at 
1.25; geese, 800 lbs. at 15c; 
maple syrup, 20 gals, at 78c; 
oranges, 4 doz. at 35c; sun- 
dries, 1.05 10,576 48 



Wilson, D. W. H., drugs, chemi- 
cals, etc 

Wilson's Drug Store, drugs, 
chemicals, etc 

Wilson, Harold A., Co., Ltd., 
hockey sticks, 1 1-12 doz. at 
4.50; cricket bats, 2 at 5.60, 
3 at 6.40, 3 at 7.20; cricket 
grips, 2 at 40c; bladder, 1 at 
80c; hockey pucks, 3 at 30c; 
military ball cover, 1 at 3.00; 
tennis net, 1 at 4.80; tennis 
balls, 1 doz. at 4.00; football, 
1 at 4.00 

Young Women's Christian 
Guild, services securing help. 



221 53 



37 56 



74 43 



1 00 



Hospital for Feeble-Minded, Orillia. 

Salaries ($29,947.50). 

J. P. Downey: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,600 00 

W. C. Herriman, M.D.: do Medical Director 2,000 00 

R. R. Graham, M.D.: Eight do Asst. do 625 00 

W. H. Tallman: Twelve do Bursar 1,500 U0 

P. McAuley: do Storekeeper 900 00 

Ada Davey: do Stenographer 400 00 

E. M. Corley: do Matron 550 00 

Esther Dyer: do Asst. Matron 360 00 

A. McLean : do Tailor 600 00 

R. Stewart: do Laundryman 360 00 

H. Kilpatrick: do Baker 600 00 

Edward Everett: do Engineer 800 00 

Norman McAuley: do Asst. Engineer 600 00 

A. Jamieson: do Carpenter 500 00 

A. Harvey: do Mason 550 00 

Edward Groombridge: do Painter 532 00 

J.S.Gray: do Gardener 600 00 

J. Carpenter: do Messenger 372 00 

Chas. Carpenter: do Teamster 324 00 

Gertrude Stanton : do Teacher 300 00 

L. Mulloy: do do 300 00 

John Hammond: do Shoemaker 450 00 

A. Sissons: do Chief Attendant 450 00 

Cooks: 778 07 

Maids: 1,63180 

Laundresses : 409 50 

Seamstresses: 650 00 

Supervisors: 720 00 

Attendants: 5,832 22 

Nurses: 2,345 24 

Stokers: 1,284 67 

Temporary Assistance : 23 00 



Bailey, Dr. L., veterinary ser- 
vices 

Ball, N., medical supplies, 28.15; 
stationery, 5.00 

Ball, J. F., & Co., Ltd. caps, 5 
doz. at 6.50; ties, 3 doz. at 



Expenses ($65,079.48). 

1.50; 8 doz. at 2.00; hats, 8 

43 00 doz. at 1.50; 3 doz. at 6.00; 

sweaters, 24 at 2.00; collars, 

33 15 4 doz. at 1.50 137' 00 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., re- 
pairs to incubator 11 



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205 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Feeble-Minded, Orillia.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Bell, Geo., blacksmithing 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
64.35; rent of instruments, 
122.50 

Bingham, H. A., interments . . 

Bird, W. H., repairs to furniture 

3oniface, P. E., milk pail 

3ovril, Limited, bovril, 13 lbs. at 
1.10 

Bowen, A. H., & Son, mouth or- 
gans, 6 at 25c 

3oyd, Moses, repairs to harness, 
etc 

3riggs, Wm., bookbinding 

3rock, W. R., & Co., Ltd., tweed, 

i 3,933i/2 yds. at 55c; crash, 523 

I yds. at 13c; 1,104 yds. at 15c; 
suiting, 21714 yds. at 18%c; 

I 200 yds. at 1.00; sheeting, 

: 1,0.78% yds. at 23%c; 37-5% 

j yds. at 22c; 192 yds. at 24c; 

I 1,501 yds. at 23c; denim, 173 1/ 2 
yds at 17c; pillow cotton, 

I 297 yds. at 18 %c; 533^4 yds. 

j at 15%c; braces, 5 doz. at 
2.50; ticking, 550% yds. at 
21c; linen, 306^4 yds. at 25c; 
shirting, 4,051 yds. at 15c; 
1,808% yds, at 14%c; cotton, 
2,728% yds. at 13%c.; trouser- 

! ing, 195 yds. at 60c; mitts, 3 

: doz. at 6.50; serge, 75 yds. at 
2.15; towelling, 516 yds. at 
15c; sundries, 60.31 

|lruce, John A., & Co., Ltd., 

I seeds, plants, etc 

'.ursar, to pay sundries 

anada Wood Specialty Co., 

I apple barrels, 3 doz. at 3.36 . 

lanadian Cereal Milling Co., 

I Ltd., calfine, 22 bags at 2.75; 
4 at 2.50; less freight, 1.20 .. 

lanadian Explosives, Ltd., 
stumping powder, 50 lbs. at 

14c 

anadian Express Co., express 

charges * 

anadian Fairbanks Co., Ltd., 

repairs to machinery 

anadian Laundry man, subscrip- 
tion, 2 years 

lanadian Oil Co., Ltd., paint, 

' ! oils, etc 

anadian Pacific Ry., freight 

charges 

anadian Pacific Ry. Co., Tel., 

|| telegram 

[lanadian Preserving Co., Ltd., 

I jam, 300 lbs. at 12%c; 150 
jibs, at 10%c; 60 lbs. at 8V 2 c; 

)\ 600 lbs. at 7c 

anadian Printing Co., printing 



27 40 



188 


85 


46 


00 


30 


00 


2 


75 


14 


30 


1 


50 


65 


68 


4 


50 



5,423 61 

80 52 
2 55 

10 08 



69 30 



7 


00 




90 


9 


37 


2 


00 


90 


09 


1 


94 




25 


100 


35 


27 


71 



Carmichael, D. G., auto hire . . 

Carter's gum, 4 boxes at 60c . . 

Cavanagh, J., straw, 1 ton 420 
lbs. at 10.00 

Central Prison Industries, boots, 
58 pr. at 3.50; 315 pr. at 1.60; 
109 pr. at 1.80; 40 pr. at 2.25; 
blankets, 971 lbs. at 50c; 
brooms, 50 doz. at 4.00; 
wrappers, etc., 9.55 

Church Bros., blacksmithing . . 

Clarke, J. G., hay, 2 tons 870 lbs. 
at 18.00 

Clark, Geo. iH., rent of shed, 
15.00; trav. expenses, 4.35 .. 

Clark, D., interments 

Coleman Baking Powder Co., 
Ltd., baking powder, 9 doz. 
tins at 2.69 2-9 

Cooke, H., & Co., books 

Corley, Miss E. M., trav. expenses 

Cramp, T. B., rolled wheat, 5 
bbls. at 2.70; bran, 2 tons at 
24.00; 2 tons at 26.00; linseed 
meal, 100 lbs. at 4.71; hay, 1 
ton 1,400 lbs. at 18.00; pota- 
toes, 16 bags at 1.55; split 
peas, 150 lbs. at 2.75; shorts, 2 
tons at 26.00; peas, 112 lbs. at 
2c; oats, 23 bus. at 55c; 8 
bus. 28 lbs. at 50c; seeds, etc., 
4.50 

Crawford, W. J,, hay, 3 tons 
925 lbs. at 16.00 

Creelman Bros., repairs to 
machinery 

Crockford, J., hay, 5 tons 90 lbs. 
at 17.00; straw, 1 ton 340 lbs. 
at 8.00 

Cudahy Packing Co., old dutch 
cleanser, 300 lbs. at 4c, less 
discount, 24c 

Dominion Linen Mfg. Co., Ltd., 
towelling, 94 yds. at 25c; 
398 yds. at 12y 2 c 

Downey, J. P., prizes for picnic, 
6.00; travelling expenses, 23.20 

Downey, J. H., & Co., potatoes, 
10 bags at 2,75; 198 bus. at 
1.67 

Duke, J. O., seeds, etc 

Dunlop, A., 1 cow 

Dunlop, Ed., turnips, 738% bus. 
at 15c 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., tray, 1 at 
3.00; picture frame, 1 at 1.00; 
jardiniere, 1 at 1.00; vase, 1 at 
1.00; sundries, 8.45 

Eaton, J. R., & Sons, Ltd., lum> 
ber, etc 

Elliott, Henry, straw, 4 tons 
1,675 lbs. at 8.00; hay, 6 tons 



12 00 
2 40 

12 10 



1,688 
210 


25 

83 


43 


83 


19 
68 


35 
00 


24 23 
4 00 
1 70 



256 78 
55 40 

57 

95 13 

11 76 

73 25 
29 20 



358 16 

2 75 

60 00 

110 77 



14 45 
5 04 



206 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Feeble-Minded, Orillia.— Continued. 



1,800 lbs. at 17.00; 1 ton 1,280 

lbs. at 11.00 

Ellis, J. W„ yeast, 355 lbs. at 

30c; express charges, 96.95.. 
Farm and Dairy, subscription . . 
Fleischmann Co., yeast, 63% lbs. 

at 30c 

Fletcher, W. J., boots, 13 pr. at 

3.50; 2 pr. at 4.50 

Fortier, €., musical services . . 
Garlock Packing Co., gaskets, 

48% lbs. at 1.00; packing, 

1?, 3-15 lbs. at 72c; 2 lbs. at 

1.C0 

Gaumont Co., of Canada, Ltd., 

film service 

George, W. C, drugs, chemicals, 

etc 

Gerow, M., sheet music, etc. . . 
Gibbons, Jos., tanning cowhide. 
Gilpin Bros., hammers, 3 at 50c; 

1 at 1.00; razors, 6 at 1.45; 

brooms, 1 doz. at 1.65; snips, 

1 pr. at 1.50; 1 pr. at 1.25; 
screws, 12 pr. at 38c; oilers, 
6 at 35c; meat chopper, 1 at 
2.85; axe handles, 1 doz. at 
3.50; 8 at 30c; 12 at 25c; 
knives, % doz. at 5.25; 16 doz. 
at 4.00; twine, 72 balls at 10c; 
shovels, 21 at 1.10; 16 at 75c; 
6 at 90c; 12 at 85c clippers, 

2 pr. at 4.00; wringer roll, 1 
at 1.7'5; shears, 2 pr. at 95c; 

2 pr. at 90c; 1 pr. at 1.45; 2 
pr. at 60c; rakes, 9 at 60c; 
wringer, 1 at 5,00; butcher 
knives, 2 doz. at 75c; scythes, 

3 at 1.20; mop handles, 2 doz. 
at 1.40; 1 doz. at 1.80; carvers, 
5 sets at 1.50; 1 set at 2.25; 1 
set at 3.00; white wash brush, 
2 at 1.85; paint, oils, etc, 
11.70; scissors, 2 pr. at 95c; 
manure forks, 6 at 65c; zinc, 

1 piece at 2.50; skates, 21 pr. 
at 45c; sleighs, 3 at 60c; 
trowel, 1 at 1.50; rope, 9 lbs. 
at 18c, 34 lbs. at 14c; nails, 

2 kegs at 2.75; hose, 250 ft. at 
13c; turpentine, 3 gals, at 
75c; banister brushes, 11 at 
50c; paris green, 35 lbs. at 
19c; 60 lbs. at 20c; 50 lbs. at 
23c; snathes, 2 at 75c; grub 
axes, 2 at 75c; window 
screens, 7 at 40c; land plaster, 
25 lbs. at 60c; hay rakes, 4 at 
25c; bluestone, 250 lbs. at 8c; 
pick handles, 124 at 25c; pad- 
locks, 2 at 75c; binder twine, 
50 lbs. at 8c; spading forks, 6 



Expenses. — Continued. 

at 1.00; baseball, 1 at 1.15; 

174 04 axes, 4 at 1.00; 2 at 1.10; hoes, 

12 at 50c; football, 1 at 3.00; 

203 45 hammer handles, 12 at 20c; 

1 00 golf balls, 4 at 50c; files, % 

doz. at 4.00; spades, 6 at 75c; 

49 05 iron hardware, etc, 65.31 47'5 08 

Graham, Dr. R. R., trav. expenses 17 60 
54 50 G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams . . 7 28 

21 00 Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd., iron 

castings, etc 60 16 

Hale Bros., printing 47 35 

Halladay, Jas., purchase of meat 626 26 
60 25 Hamilton Asylum, Holstein 

cows, 891.91; freight charges, 

10 00 7.95 899 86 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., Ltd., bind- 

387 81 mg 5 60 

6 00 Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., fer- 

6 00 tilizer, 700 lbs. at 28.50 per ton 9 98 

Harvey, A., travelling expenses. 3 20 

Harvie, S\ C, beans, 4% bus. at 

2.00; manure, 10 loads at 55c 15 00 
Hatley, Jas. J. (contract), meat, 
12,457 lbs. at 10.05; bacon, 18 
lbs. at 23c; eggs, 240 doz. at 
29c; 109 doz. at 30c; 390 doz. 
at 22c; 60 doz. at 21c; 120 
doz. at 23c; 30 doz. at 25c; 
109 doz. at 27c; 30 doz. at 
28c; 60 doz. at 26c; 49 doz. at 
31c; tea, 50 lbs. at 23 %c; 
lard, 380 lbs. at 12%c; 300 lbs. 
at 13c; 480 lbs. at 14^c; 530 
lbs. at 15c; 250 lbs. at 16y 2 c; 
molasses, 587 lbs. at 8%c; 126 
lbs. at 3%c; 71 gals, at 32c; 
haddie, 30 lbs. at 10c; prunes, 
750 lbs. at 9i/ic; 75 lbs. at 
1014c; 75 lbs. at ll 3 /4c; 1,000 
lbs. at 10c; 200 lbs. at 12c; 
193 gals, at 27c; cider, 4 gals, 
at 40c ; evaporated apples, 100 
lbs. at lie; 200 lbs. at 12y 2 c; 
rice, 1,345 lbs. at 3%c; turkey, 
42i£ lbs. at 23c; 8% lbs. at 
25c; beans, 18y 3 bus. at 2.25; 
2 bus. at 2.60; 11 1-10 bus. at 
2.75; cheese, 74 lbs. at 14%c; 
rolled wheat, 2 bbls. at 3,00; 
1 bbl. at 3.50; fish, 13,355 Y2 
lbs. at liy 4 c; duck, 17 lbs. at 
15c, 14% lbs. at 16c; sausage, . 
753 lbs. at 12%c; baccu, 5 8 14 
lbs. at 23c; syrup, 2,257 lbs. 
at 3%c, 6,552 lbs. at 3.70; 
oysters, 37 qts. at 50c; 
chicken, 49i/ 2 lbs. at 15c, 7'9y 2 
lbs. at 16c, 37% lbs. at 17c, 
9214 lbs. at 18c; rolled oats, 
6y 2 bbls. at 5.00; pepper, 10 lbs. 



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207 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Feeble-Minded, Orillia.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



at 18c; cornnneal, 7 bags at 
1.90, 5 bags at 2.40'; starch, 
169 lbs. at 5%c; salt, 15 bbls. 
at 1.50, 2 bags at 1.25, 12 bags 
at 1.50; eornmeal, 600 lbs. at 
1.90, 200 lbs. at 2.40; barley, 
100) lbs. at 5%c; sundries, 
222.08 

Haywood, Thos., starch, 100 lbs. 
at 6c, 517 lbs. at 6%c; cur- 
rants, 235 lbs. at 8c, 74 lbs. 
at 9c; soap, 16 boxes at 2.50', 
20 doz. a,t 3.00; pepper, 100 lbs. 
at 17c; pickles, 1 doz. at 3.96, 
Zy 2 doz. at 4.00; shelled al- 
monds, 10 lbs. at 45c; wash- 
ing blue, 50 lbs. at 17c; 
oranges, 6 doz. at 40c, 1 case 
at 3.90; pepper, 100 lbs. at 
17c; ffuit peel, 28 lbs. at 17c; 
Lee & Perrins' sauce, 1 doz. 
at 4.00; prunes, 605 lbs. at 9c, 
25 lbs. at 12%c; raisins, 56 
•lbs. at 9%c, 25 lbs. at 17c; 
cocoa, 11 lbs. at 50c; lemons, 
13 doz. at 20c, 1 box at 4.00, 
2 boxes, at 4.50, 1 box at 5.25; 
sago, 40' lbs. at 7*&c; sardines, 
iy 2 doz. at 2.75; chicken soup, 
12 doz. at 3.00; chicory, 195 
lbs. at 12c; mustard, 4 jars at 
85c; macaroni, 62 lbs. at 
17c; corn starch, 80 lbs. at 
614c, 40 lbs. at 6^c; eggs, 
30 doz. at 21c; sundries, 23.81 

Hazlett, J., turkey, 131 lbs. at 
17c; geese, 66 lbs. at 14c ... 

Heath, J. T., laces, 6 gro. at 1.25, 
2 gro. at 1.50, 12 gro. at 75c, 
5 doz. at 60c ; slippers, 1 pr. at 
1.00; moccasins, 4 pr. at 1.00, 
7 pr. at 1.25; boots, 2 pr. at 
1.75, 1 pr. at 5.50', 27 pr. at 
1.50, 7 pr. at 4.00, 2 pr. at 3.00, 
1 pr. at 2.00, 2 pr. at 3.75; sun- 
dries, 5.05 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., 
schools supplies 

Hern, John, yarn, 442 lbs. at 
48V 2 c, 120 lbs. at 48c 

Herriman, Dr. W. C, travelling 
expenses 

Holmes, H. R. J., & Son, livery 
hire 

Home, B., turnips, 746 bus. at 
15c; hay, 6 tons 1,230 lbs. at 
17.00, 1,720 lbs. at 15.00 

Ffydro-Electrie Supply Co., elec- 
trical supplies 

Imperial Mfg. Co., plumbing 
supplies 

Ingram & Bell, medical supplies 



4,719 16 



456 47 
31 51 



134 


30 


69 


26 


271 


97 


90 


79 


5 


50 


237 


25 


41 


18 


7 


65 


418 


40 



Jacobi, Philip, leather, 227 lbs. 
at 40c; tops, 12 doz. at 3.87, 
12 doz. at 1.10; shoemaker's 
sundries, 6.10 156 54 

Jebb, Thomas B., alarm clock, 1 
at 2.25, 1 at 2,50; time clock, 
1 at 6.00; repairing type- 
writers, 2.25; rosary, 1 at 1.50; 
sundry repairs, 50c 15 00 

Johnston, J. W., hay, 2 tons ,265 
libs, at 18.00 r. . 38 39 

Johnstone, E. R., training school, 

subscription 1 75 

Joslin, N. L., expenses, captur- 
ing eloper . .' 5 00 

Kane & Kane, cheese cloth, 60 
yds. at 5c; thread, 9 gro. at 
6.25, 1 gro. at 6.20; buttons, 
10 doz. at 25c, 1 gro. at 2.25, 
1 gro. at 1.50, 24y 2 gro. at 1.00, 
3 gro. at 85c, 2 gro. at 1.75, 2 
gro. at 6.25, 6 doz. at 75c, 6 
doz. at 50c; hose, 53 doz. at 
3.00', 2 doz. at 4.68; moleskin, 
88 % yds. at 19^c, 48% yds. at 
21c; buckles, 2 doz. at 50c; 
handkerchiefs, 33- doz. at 80c, 
5 doz. at 60c; braces, 2 doz. 
at 2.75; blankets, 1 pr. at 5.00; 
linen thread, 1 lb. at 3.25; 
silesia, 7% yds. at 21c; sugar, 
5,200 lbs. at 5.65, 2,100 lbs. at 
5.25; rice, 1,198 lbs. at 3.75, 
100 lbs. at 5.00; chicory, 100 
lbs. at 9%c, 120 lbs. at 10c; 
denim, 56 yds. at 22c, 608% 
yds. at 21c; mustard, 4 jars 
at 80c; salt, 3 bbls. at 1.50; 
eornmeal, 7 bags at 2.75; elas- 
tic, 36 yds. at 5c, 228 yds, at 
8c; mitts, 3 doz. at 3.00, 8 pr. 
at 35c, 50 pr. at 25c, 1 pr. at 
5.50, 1 pr. at 4.20; toques, 9 at 
25c; shirting, 285V 2 yds. at 
15y 2 c; warp, 95 lbs. at 32c; 
broadcloth, 2y 2 yds. at 3.60; 
coats, 6 at 5.00; hats, 3 doz. at 
2.40; canvas, 50 yds. at 15c, 
50 yds. at 18c; sewing silk, 4 
lbs. at 95c; drill, 62^ yds. at 
12 %c, 61% yds. at 15c; soap, 
1 box at 4.25, 1 box at 4.40; 
spreads, 50 at 90c; cotton, 67 
yds. at 8c, 307% yds. at 13c; 
lining, 40% yds. at 75c; rolled 
wheat, 2 bbls. at 3.00, 2 bbls. 
at 2.70; sundries, 47.79 1,433 04 

Kean, B. R., figs, 400 'bs. at 5V 2 c, 
60 lbs. at 5c; raisins, 56 lbs. 
at 7c; prunes, 75 lbs. at 
10%c; cranberries, 60 qts. at 
15c ; currants, 25 lbs. at 20c, 



2US 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



Mo. i 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Feeble=Minded, Orillia.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



9 lbs. at 17c, 12 lbs. at 25c; 

sundries, 40c 

Kenny, T., & Co., Ltd., tea, 1,700 

lbs. at 22c, 1,710 lbs. at 25c., 

less freight, 7.64 

Kerr, John, turkey, 415 lbs. at 

18c 

Kerr, Albert (contract), meat, 

72,495 lbs. at 10.06 

King, Warden, Ltd., repairs to 

range, etc 

King's Printer, distribution of 

stationery 

Lambton Creamery Co., Ltd. 

(contract), butter, 23,971 lbs. 

at 24y 2 c, 8,120 lbs. at 28c., less 

freight, 35.24 

Lawrason, S. F., & Co., washing 

soda, 8,680 lbs. at 1.75 

Leigh, E. J., hay, 1 ton 740 lbs. 

at 11.00 

Leith, C. M. T., repairs to ve- 
hicles, 75c; wheelbarrow, 1 at 

4.00; repairs to implements, 

5.65 

Library Bureau of Can., office 

supplies 

London Asylum, tomatoes, 6 doz. 

gals, at 2.65 

Long, E., Mfg. Co., Ltd., iron 

castings, etc 

Macdonald, Jno., & Co., Ltd., 

ticking, 418 y 2 yds. at 17'%c, 

less discount, 2.93 

Macdonald, iD. E., & Bros., 

sweaters, 26 at 2.62y 2 

MacLean Publishing Co., Ltd., 

subscription to Canadian 

Grocer, 2.00; subscription to 

Hardware and Metal 2.00 .... 
Madden, G. T., pepper casters, 3 

pr. at 1.25; spectacles, 1 pr. 

at 1.50; sundries, 1.10 . .' 

Mahoney, Jas., straw, 3 tons 210 

lbs. at 8.00, 20 tons 375 lbs. at 

7.50, 3 tons 140 lbs. at 7.00; 

hay, 25 tons 415 lbs. at 14.50, 

2 tons 120' lbs. at 15.00 

Mail Printing Co., subscription 

to Mail and Empire 

Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd. 

(contract), flour, 1,231 bbls. 

at 4.65, less freight, 64.28 . . . 
Marchment, S\ W., manure, 317 

tons at 85c 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

printing 

Metropolitan Oils & Soaps, Ltd., 

soap, 536 lbs. at 5%c 

Midland Coal Dock Co., Ltd. 

(contract), coal, 287 tons 1,900 

lbs. at 3.40, 1,499 tons 1,200 



55 72 

793 86 

74 70 

7,285 78 

5 62 

67 81 

8,111 25 

151 90 

15 07 

10 40 

7 50 

15 90 

34 10 

70 31 

68 25 

4 00 

6 35 



594 


11 


4 


00 


5,659 


87 


269 


45 


8 


60 


29 


48 



lbs. at 3.25; 98 tons 1,904 lbs. 
at 6.00, 13 tons 968 lbs. at 6.25 

Milloy, J. E., tuning pianos .... 

Moore, G. A., horse blankets, 1 
pr. at 4.50; bells, 2 strings at 
8i5c, 2 strings at 65c; repairs 
to harness, etc., 40c 

Morton, David, & Sons, Ltd., 
soap, 16,000 lbs. at -5%c 

Murphy, John, turnips, 268 bus. 
at 15c 

Murray-Kay, Ltd., gingham, 
315V 2 yds. at 22c 

Musson Book Co., Ltd., sta- 
tionery 

McGinn, Wni., boots, 47' pr. at 
1.50, 19 pr. at 4.00, 1 pr. at 
4.50; rubbers, 3 pr. at 60c .. 

McHardy, J. & A., bacon, 147 lbs. 
at I71/2C, 150 lbs. at 19c; 
ham, 98 lbs. at 16y 2 c, 158 lbs. 
at I71/2C, 55 lbs. at 18c 

McKee, J. D., drugs, chemicals, 
etc 

McLellan, A., freight and cartage 

McPhee, A., turkey, 369 lbs. at 
17c 

McPherson, C, & Son, repairs to 
implements 

National Drug & Chemical Co., 
Ltd., drugs, chemicals, etc. . . 

National Hardware Co., Ltd., 
iron castings, etc 

Northern Electric iSupply Co., 
electrical supplies 

Northway, The, Co., Ltd., cur- 
tain net, 4 yds. at 75c; com- 
forters, 1 at 7.00, 1 at 8.50; 
linen, 5 yds. at 45c, 20 yds. at 
25c; ties, 1 doz. at 3.00; rib- 
bon, 150 yds. at 13c; oilcloth, 
291 yds. at 25c; net, 13y 2 yds. 
at 30c; bordering, 7 yds. at 
35c; print, 78% yds. at 12y 2 c; 
bath mat, 1 at 3.00; lustre, 25 
yds. at 50c; eggs, 330 doz. at 
25c, 120 doz. at 26c; sundries, 
5.03; cotton, 50 yds. at 8c, 36 
yds. at 6c; pins, 3 doz., 3.00; 
lace, 144 yds. at 5c; lining, 
30 yds. at 8c; curtaining, 7 
yds. at 30c, 13% yds. at 25c, 
20% yds. at 40c, 8y 2 yds. at 
50c, 15% yds. at 75c; edging, 
25 yds. at 8c; curtain rods, 
6 at 85c; linoleum, 9y 3 yds. at 
90c; butter, 613 lbs. at 22c, 
224 lbs. at 26c 

O'Donnell, J. P., manure, 6 loads 
at 50c 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 
rolled oats, 66 bags at 2.40. . 



6,530 


72 


6 


00 


7 


90 


880 


00 


40 


20 


69 


4L 


6 


92 



152 80 



107 95 



9 
523 


00 
21 


62 


73 




60 


107 


01 


12 


61 


136 


40 



534 31 



3 00 



158 40 



191112 



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209 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for Feeble=Minded, Orillia.— Continued. 

Expenses. — Continued. 



Ontario Publishing Co., Ltd., 

Canada Lancet, subscription. 2 00 

Orillia General Hospital, care 
and attendance to patient 44 10 

Orillia Hardware Co., saw blades, 
1 doz. at 1.15; belting, 28 ft. 
at 55c, 28 ft. at 60c; graphite, 
5 lbs. at 20c; brushes, 5 at 
50c, % doz. at 2.50, 2 at 3.75, 
5 at 55c; asbestos, 14% lbs. 
at 10c; rainbow packing, 14 
lbs. at 95c; baskets, 5 at 1.00; 
mattocks, 2 at 75c; m^eat saw, 
1 at 1.40; nails, 1 keg at 2.90; 
pinions, 4 doz. at 2.00; paint, 
oils, etc, 7.50; lace leather, 5 
lbs. at 90c; spindle nuts, 1 
doz. at 3.60, 1 doz. at 3.00; 
files, 6 at 40c, 6 at 30c; 
wrenches, 2 at 75c, 2 at 1.00; 
hose, 16 ft. at 45c ; shovels, 

1 doz. at 9.75, 1 doz. at 10.00; 
knife, 1 at 1.60; cup grease, 
25 lbs. at 10c; panel saw, 1 
at 1.90; awls, 3 doz. at 75c; 
gaskets, 100 at 16c; iron hard- 
ware etc, 35.88 195 28 

Drillia Mattress Factory, mat- 
tresses, 6 at 5.00, 60 at 10.00; 
repairing mattresses, 14 at 
5.00; hair, 5 lbs. at 50c 702 50 

Orillia Packet, subscription, 1 
year 1 00 

Orillia, Town of, electric current 1,798 30 

3verend & Lowry, paint brushes, 

2 at 55c, 2 at 70c, 2 at 1.15, 4 
at 43c, 1 at 1.00, 3 at 80c; 
axe, 1 at 1.00; saw blade, 1 at 
1.00; tape line, 1 at 5.75; turn 
buttons, 72 at 6y 2 c; steel 
block, 72 at 6y 2 c; rainbow 
packing, 10 lbs. at 90c; 
wrenches, 1 at 2.00; 3 at 90c, 

3 at 60c; iron hardware, etc., 
118.90; expansion bit, 1 at 
1.25; spiral packing, 2 pack- 
ages at 1.25; paint, oils, etc., 
12.90; sash cord, 10 lbs. at 
35c; lace leather, 7 1 / i lbs. at 
90c; sheet rubber, 16% lbs. at 
30c; rubber hose, 50 ft. at 

30c, 50 ft. at 43c 231 56 

^arsons, H., plates, 47 doz. at 
70c, 20 doz. at 1.10, y 2 doz. at 
3.00, 1 doz. at 1.70, 10 doz. at 
78c, 10 doz. at 60c; cups, 11 
doz. at 1.25, 47" doz. at 70c, 3 
doz. at 1.70; 6 doz. at 90c, 12 
doz. at 59c, 25 doz. at 58c; 
chambers, 13 doz. at 4.25; 
milk pans, 1 doz. at 1.44; 
ewers, 6 at 45c; platters, 2 at 
11 P.A. 



95c; bells, 4 doz. at 1.00; 
beads, 4 doz. at 96c; dolls, 2 
at 55c, 2 at 1.10, 5 at 43c; 
tooth brushes, 2 doz. at 1.20; 
kettles, 3 at 1.50, 1 at 1.10; 
jugs, 2 at 65c, 1 doz. at 1.80, 

1 doz. at 9.00; basins, y 3 doz. 
at 3.00; soap, 3 doz. at 90c; 
lawn swings, 2 at 9.00, 1 at 
6.75; cuspidors, 1 doz. at 2.40; 
combs, 11 doz. at 1.10; 2 doz. 
at 1.90, 5 doz. at 1.20; scrub 
brushes, 18 doz. at 1.65, 1 doz. 
at 1.10; brushes, % doz. at 
12.00', 1 doz. at 5.00<, y 2 doz. 
at 9.00, y 2 doz. at 10.20; 
spoons, 11 doz. at 1.85, 4 
doz. at 65c, 25 doz. at 
1.50; pipes, 2 doz. at 2.75, 1 . 
doz. at 2.65, 1 doz. at 2.50; 
hooks, 52 at 20c, 20 at 25c, 8 
doz. at 1.20, 2 doz. at 1.75, 21 
doz. at 50c; mugs, 6 at 95c; 
forks, 13 doz. at 1.50; sauce- 
pans, 2 doz. at 55c; egg cups, 

3 doz. at 75c; wash boards, 
y 2 doz. at 2.75, 1 doz. at 1.75; 
chair seats, 18 doz. at 1.10'j 
fruit jars, 4 doz. at 90c; sun- 
dries, 59.71 565 85 

Phillips & Co., stove, 1 at 11.00; 
tubs, 6 at 1.00, 5 at 7'5c ; pails, 
84 at 35c, 4 at 40c; lanterns, 

2 at 75c; dippers, 18 at 25c, 
6 at 15c; tea cans, 3 at 75c; 
steamers, 3 at 2.50; sap spiles, 
200 at 1.00; baskets, 3 at 75c; 
repairs to utensils, 3.38; gal- 
vanized wire, 98 lbs. at 6c; 
pails, 3 at 30c, 15 at 35c; ad- 
justing screws, 1 doz. at 3.0>0; 
wrenches, 1 at 1.10, 2 at 1.50, 
1 at 1.95; axe handles, 1 doz. 
at 3.00; tea kettles, 1 at 2.25, 

1 at 1.50; dish pans, 32 at 75c, 
6 at 65c ; iron pans, 12 at 1.00, 
8 at 59 %c; pitchers, 5 at 75c, 

2 at 55c; milk pails, 9 at 2.25; 
syrup cans, 6 at 65c, 2 at 30c, 
10 at 15c; gasoline, 87% gals, 
at 20c, 87 gals, at 22c, 45% 
gals, at 21c; bread pan, 1 at 
1.15; fish boiler, 1 at 3.00; 
fuller balls, 100 at 7c; pipe 
cutter, 1 at 3.75; iron hard- 
ware, etc., 29.83 270 93 

Plunkett, M. W., & Co., coffee, 
1,420 lbs. at 24c; sapolio, 10 
doz. at 1.10; ginger, 30 lbs. at 
35c; cinnamon, 2 lbs. at 55c; 
flavoring extract, 10 bottles 
at 23c; lemons, % case at 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Feeble=Minded, Orillia.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



5.20, 1 case at 4.25; raisins, 
112 lbs. at 7c, 28 lbs. at 9c; 
spices, Sy 2 lbs. at 40c; candy, 
210 lbs. at 10c; baking pow- 
der, 90 lbs. at 43c; matches, 
4 cases at 3.50; sugar, 700 
lbs. at 5.65, 4,200 lbs. at 5.75, 
1,500 lbs. at 5.30; eggs, 150 
doz. at 23c, 60 doz. at 24c; 
ginger, 5 lbs. at 35c; figs, 
536 lbs. at 5c; bath brick, 6 
doz. at 55c; gelatine, 1 doz. 
at 1.40; biscuits, 167% lbs. at 
8c; cloves, 5 lbs. at 35c; 
evaporated apples, 100 lbs. 
at 12c, 570 lbs. at 10c; soap, 
80 lbs. at 10c; washing soda, 
35 lbs. at 4c; oranges, 8 doz. 
at 45c; popcorn, 6 boxes at 
1.40; cheese, 58% lbs. at 
17y 2 c, 88 lbs. at 16y 2 c, 81 
lbs. at 15c, 76 lbs. at 15V 2 c, 
156 lbs. at 16c; jelly powder, 
2 doz. at 1.10; prunes, 125 lbs. 
at 10c; split peas, 290 lbs. at 
3%c, 200 lbs. at 3.90; canned 
salmon, 8 doz. at 2.35, 4 doz. 
at 2.40, 8 doz. at 2.50; canned 
vegetables, 16 doz. at 1.20, 26 
doz. at 1.45; salt, 30 bags at 
5c; currants, 72 lbs. at 7c, 
76 lbs. at 8%., 101 lbs. at 9c; 
cocoanut, 10 lbs. at 25c; sun- 
dries, 39.56 

Poison Iron Works, Ltd., re- 
pairs to boilers- 

Porter, F. R., dental services.. 

Postmaster, postage stamps . . . 

Public Health Association, mem- 
bership fees 

Raney, H. A., & Co., coal, 1 ton 
300 lbs. at 7.50 

Ratcliffe, E., hay, 3 tons 185 lbs. 
at 18.00 

Regan, D., turnips, 387 bus. at 
15c; hay, 1 ton 1,740 lbs. at 
14.00 

Richardson, C, & Co., milk and 
cream scale 

Robertson Bros., electrical re- 
pairs 

Robins, T. W., expenses of 
patients at concert 

Rollins, Dr. J. A., trav. expenses 

Ross, H., straw, 1,630 lbs. at 
8.00 

Ross, J. H., Boat and Canoe 
Co., Ltd., repairs to launch.. 

Rouse, G., turnips, 233 bus. at 
15c 

Rutherford, Jno., straw, 16 tons 
15 lbs. at 7.00 

Ryan, J. J., potatoes, 20 bags 
at 1.85 



1,278 88 



39 
145 
163 


00 

75 
00 


3 


00 


8 


63 


55 


66 


84 


23 


5 


00 


130 


57 


6 50 
4 30 


6 


52 


8 


24 


34 


95 


42 


05 


37 


00 



Salter, Robert, trav. expenses.. 3 45 

Sarjearit, The, Co., Ltd., coal, 1 

ton 950 lbs. at 7.25 10 69 

Saunders, W. E., & Co., drugs, 
chemicals, etc 65 00 

Simcoe, David, fish, 66 lbs. at 
10c 6 60 

Sinclair & Co., sugar, 3,900 lbs. 
at 6.00, 1,500 lbs. at 5.70, 
6,200 lbs. at 5.45, 1,700 lbs. 
at 5.05; mustard, 4 jars at 
75c; chicory, 100 lbs. at lie; 
sapolio, 1 doz. at 1.10; cur- 
rants, 69 lbs. at 9c; lemons, 
2 cases at 4.00; rolled wheat, 
4 bbls. at 3.00, 1 bbl. at 3.75; 
canned salmon, 4 doz. at 
2.75; rice, 800 lbs. at 4%c; 
berries, 210 boxes at lO^c; 
peaches, 34 bas. at 65c; pears, 
30 bas. at 75c; tobacco, 135 
lbs. at 45c, 135 at 44c; corn 
starch, 120 lbs. at 5}ic 120 
lbs. at 5V 2 c, 320 lbs. at 6c, 
40 lbs. at 7c; figs, 260 lbs. 
at 5c; codfish, 21 lbs. at 10c; 
lawn seed, 10 lbs. at 40c, 10 
lbs. at 50c; tobacco, 10 lbs. 
at 45c, 9 lbs. at 44c, 90 lbs. 
at 47c, 107 lbs. at 46c, 5 lbs. 
at 52c; beans, 6% bus. at 
2.75; plums, 32 bas. at 60c; 
syrup, 632 lbs. at 4c; 
raisins, 28 lbs. at 9c; seeds, 
etc., 60.97; sundries, 5.95 

Smith, R. O., & Co., saucers, 
y 2 doz. at 2.76; sugar and 
cream, 1 at 1.50; sundries, 
1.95 

Stephens, C, Co., Ltd., beans, 
20 bus. at 2.40, 40 bus. at 
2.85, 10 bus. at 3.00; brooms, 
2 doz. at 4.25; soap, 5 boxes 
at 3.40; sago, 95 lbs. at 7c; 
evaporated apples, 500 lbs. at 
10c 

Stewart, B. F., photographic 
supplies 

Street, Geo., flower pots, 300 
at 1.25; plants, 7.80 

Stubley, J. T„ expenses re en- 
tertainments 

Sundry newspapers, advtg. . . . 

Swinton, Wm., & Son, inter- 
ments, 70.00; tables, 2 at 
3.00; rockers, 3 at 5.00, 2 at 
4.00, 1 at 1.10, 1 at 4.75; 
chairs, 4 at 2.00; pillows, 2 
pairs at 2.50, 6 pairs at 1.35, 
6 pairs at 1.25, 1 pair at 
3.00; sundries, 7.95 , 144 40 

Taylor, John, & Co., Ltd., soap, 
102 boxes at 2.50, 100 boxes at 
2 40 495 00 



1,313 46 



4 83 



274 15 


5 00 


11 55 


28 75 
69 13 



1911-12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 


211 


PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 




Hospital for Feeble=Minded, Orillia.— Continued. 






Expenses.- 


Continued. 




Thomson, Jos., veterinary ser- 




Wood, E. A., Ltd., vests, 2 doz. 




vices 


21 50 


at 3.75, 3 doz. at 3.00; buttons, 




Thomson, D. C, services crush- 




1 gro. at 2.00, 1 gro. at 1.50; 




ing oats, etc 


15 29 


flannelette, 30 yds. at 14c; 




Toronto Orthopedic Hospital, 




muslin, 200 yds. at 12 %c; 




medical appliance 


14 00 


cotton, 130 yds. at 7c, 60 yds. 




Toronto Neivs, subscription.... 


1 50 


at 8c, 100 yds. at 8y 2 c, 60 




Toronto Star, subscription 


1 50 


yds. at 9c, 60 yds. at 10c; 




iToronto Telegram, subscription 


3 00 


comforters, 4 at 6.75; print, 




Twin City Oil Co., Ltd., paint, 




163 yds. at 12 %c; embroidery, 




oils, etc 


374 15 


30% yds. at 21c; duck, 55y 2 




Vick, Geo., & Sons (contract), 




yds. at 15c; hose, 2 doz. at 




i flour, 250y 2 bbls. at 4.17, 




1.80; corsets, 26 pairs at 50c, 




! 52 y 2 bbls. at 4.60; oats, 100 




3 pairs at 45c, 4 pairs at 




bus. at 50c, 150 bus. at 54c, 




1.00, 2 pairs at 75c; towels, 




35 bus. 20 lbs. at 57c; bran, 




y 2 doz. at 4.80; sheeting, 




6 tons 75 lbs. at 25.00; 3 tons 




39% yds. at 28y 2 c; thread, 




1,078 lbs. at 24.00, 4 tons 911 




1 gro. at 6.25, 9 1-12 gro. at 




! lbs. at 26.00, 3 tons 260 lbs. 




5.80; linen, 30 yds. at 17y 2 c; 




at 23.00; oilcake, 400 lbs. at 




lining, 30 yds. at 7c; cheese- 




j 2.30, 1,000 lbs. at 2.35; corn 




cloth, 106% yds. at 5c; 




chop, 1 ton at 33.00 


1,919 01 


sundries, 20.44 


271 97 


Weatherwax, A., & Co., toques, 




World Furnishing Co., Ltd., 




5 doz. at 4.10 


20 50 


rug, 1 at 29.00; covering, 1% 
yds. at 3.50, 3 yds. at 2.25, 2 




West, Taylor, Bickle & Co., Ltd., 






brooms, 36 doz. at 3.75, 2 doz. 




yds. at 65c, 3 yds. at 1.25; 




1 at 1.75; less freight, 2.59 


135 91 


rollers, 6 doz. at 3.00; shade 




Wicks, A., repairs to machinery 


3 00 


cloth, 200 yds. at 55c, 100 




Wilson, J. H., & Son, salt, 14 




yds. at 20c, 64 yds. at 25c, 




bbls. at 1.50; cornmeal, 11 




100 yds. at 15c, 7V 2 yds. at 




bags at 2.20; tapioca, 267 lbs. 




45c; carpet binding, 50 yds. 




', at 7.10; rice, 1,396 lbs. at 




at 5c; sundries, 15.13 


246 94 


■ 3.90 


118 61 


York, Peter, fish, 55 lbs. at 10c 
Young, Jno., hay, 1 ton 300 


5 50 






lbs. at 8c; drugs, chemicals, 




lbs. at 14.00 


16 66 


■ etc., 52.50 


67 94 
for Insane, 


Penetanguishene. 




Hospital 






Salaries ($23,913.38). 




W. T. Wilson, M.D.: Twelve months' salary 


as Superintendent 


2,600 00 


r. F. Oatteraiiole, M.D.: 


do 


Asst. Physician 


1,077 00 


H. J. Spence: 


do 


Bursar ' 


1,200 00 


3has. E. C. Newton: 


do 


Storekeeper 


800 00 


Ethel Parker: One and two-thirds do 


Stenographer 


37' 13 


Lena Guthrie: Eight 


do 


do 


199 93 


Lillie Jones: Six 


do 


Matron 


257 00 


b. Hobart: Twelve 


do 


Asst. Matron 


400 00 


R. H. Rear: 
Wm. Walton: 


do 
do 


Baker 


600' 00 


Laundryman 


500 00 


!P. Lanonette: 


do 


Engineer 


70O 00 


3. Butcher: 


do 


Asst. Engineer 


450 00 


3has. Timothy: Ten 
Wm. Rowley: Twelve 


do 


do 


375 00 


do 


Carpenter 


600 00 


Chas. Turner: 


do 


Asst. Carpenter 


540 00 


C. D. Brown: 


do 


Painter 


570 O'O 


U. De Nure: 


do 


Farmer 


600 00 


Thos. Harford: 


do 


Gardener 


600 00 


las. Ruston: Two 


do 


Asst. Engineer 


74 50 


(Jos. Lemieux: Twelve 


do 


Messenger 


445 00 


jWm. Livingstone: 


do 


Teamster 


400' 00 



212 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 

Hospital for the Insane, Penetanguishene. — Continued. 

Salaries.— Continued. 

Fred. Parker: Twelve months' salary as Cowman 445 00 

J. Montgomery: do Plowman 360 00 

Supervisors (Male) : do 400 00 

Attendants : 3,548 31 

Supervisors (Female) : 853 00 

Nurses: 2,009 07 

Cooks: 895 43 

Maids: 308 57 

Laundresses : : . 583 40 

Seamstresses: 372 00 

Stokers: 1,113 04 






Adams Launch and Engine Mfg. 
Co., repairs to launch 

Adams, Rev. W. H., interments 

American Medico-Psychological 
Assn., annual dues 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
17.38; rent of instruments, 
95.66 

Booth-Coulter Copper and Brass 
Co., Ltd., bottles for extin- 
guishers, 24 at 10c 

Bourne, Rev. N. A. F., burial 
services 

Breithaupt Leather Co., Ltd., 
leather, 50 lbs. at 29c, 23 lbs. 
at 30c, 46 lbs. at 31c, 23 lbs. 
at 33c; use of rig siding, 
24.00; hemlock liquor, 48 gals, 
at 25c; less discount, 15c... 

Brock, W. R., Co., Ltd., sweat- 
ers, 5-12 doz. at 16.00; shirt- 
ing, 127% yds. at 15c; gala- 
tea, 679 yds. at 16c; gingham, 
192 yds. at 15c; less discount, 
6.04 

Bursar, to pay sundries 

Campbell, E. D., seeds, plants, 
etc 

Can. Consolidated Rubber Co., 
Ltd., rubber boots, 6 pairs at 
3.00 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 

Can. General Electric Co., Ltd., 
supplies 

Can. Printing Co., printing ... 

Central Prison Industries, 
brooms, 1 doz. at 2.00, 2 doz. 
at 3.50, 20 doz. at 4.00; 
whisks, 2 doz. at 1.85; blan- 
kets, 33 lbs. at 50c; sun- 
dries, 8.64; boots, 248 pairs 
at 1.60, 50 at 1.20 

Charlebois, Ed., manure, 22 
loads at 25c 

Cloutier, Jas., manure, 42 loads 
at 25c 

Coleman Baking Powder Co., 
Ltd., baking powder, 9 doz. 
tins at 2.69 2-9 



Expenses ($33,400.29). 

Copeland, G., & Sons, flour, 

8 80 100 lbs. at 4.65, 10 lbs. at 

7 50 4.70; wheat 7 bus. at 1.00, 

11 bus. at 90c, 2 bus. at 85c; 

5 00 mixed chop, 1,400 lbs. at 1.60, 

2,020 lbs. at 1.50, 16,035 lbs. 

at 1.70; shorts, 1,940 lbs. at 

113 04 28.50, 8 tons at 28.00, 3 tons 

16 lbs. at 26.00; rolled oats, 

10 bags at 2.60, 30 bags at 

2 40 2.70; bread, 4,378 lbs. at 2%c; 

corn chop, 5 tons 120 lbs. at 

5 00 33.00, 1 ton at 31.00, 1 ton at 

35.00; corn, 4 bus. at 85c; 

bran, 300 lbs. at 1.25, 2,000 

lbs. at 1.15, 6,000 lbs. at 1.30, 

500 lbs. at 1.40; oat chop, 454 

lbs. at 1.70, 100 lbs. at 1.85; 

79 10 crushed corn, 200 lbs. at 1.70; 

seeds, etc., 3.00 1,765 97 

Cudahy Packing Co., old dutch 
cleanser, 300 lbs. at 4c; less 

discount, 24c 11 76 

Curry, Jno., expenses capturing 

157 20 eloper 3 00 

2 00 Dawson, Wm., and Sons, Ltd., 

_ nA subscription to sundry maga- 

7 00 zines 26 85 

Dean, J. M., taxes of employees' 

^o qq children 150 00 

3 7 gQ DeNure, R., trav. expenses ... 3 75 

Downey, Jas. H., and Co., pota- 

173 90 toes, 46 bags at 2.75 126 50 

21 55 Duke, J. O., seeds, etc 2 75 

Durnford, D. K., blacksmithing 37 70 
Gidley, Boat Co., Ltd., gasoline, 
223 !/4 gals, at 21c; cylinder 
oil, 4% gals, at 1.00; sun- 
dries, 1.75 53 19 

kha a± Gillett, E. W., Co., Ltd., yeast, 

b ' 4 b4 300 lbs. at 10c 30 00 

5 50 Gilmour, Rev. F. "W., burial ser- 
vices 5 00 

10 50 Goulds Pump Co., gauge charts 6 00 

Grand and Toy, Ltd., stationery 19 10 
Grand Trunk Railway System, 
24 23 freight charges 250 02 



i 



1911-12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



213 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Penetanguishene.— Continued. 



J. N. W. Telegraph Co., tele- 
grams 

rier, Jno., services threshing, 
rise, P. S., spirits for medical 
use • 

Jrozelle, S., services repairing 
scow 

Taines, Rev. A. B., burial ser- 
vices 

lalliday, Jas., purchase of meat 

lamilton Engine Packing Co., 
repairs to machinery 

lamilton Stove ard Heater Co., 
repairs to rang- 

larcourt, E. H., Co., Ltd., bind- 
ing 

larford, Thos., trav. expenses. 

larris Abattoir Co., Ltd., fer- 
tilizer, 700 lbs. at 28.50 per 
ton 

larrison, K. J., prayer books, 
24 at 20c; hymnals, 36 at 
12c 

lees, Geo. H., Son & Co., Ltd., 
shade cloth, 98 yds. at 38c... 

[eintzman & Co., Ltd., tuning 
pianos, etc 

[obart, C, trav. expenses 

[ollister, J. w., repairs to har- 
ness, etc 

[ood, D., veterinary services.. 

[ornsby, T. W., manure, 13 
loads at 25c 

Correll, J. B., & Son, belts, 2 
doz. at 2.75; combs, 1 11-12 
doz. at 1.80, 1 doz. at 1.50; 
handkerchiefs, 3 doz. at 60c, 
5 doz. at 95c, 2 doz. at 1.05; 
cambric, 48 yds. at 17c, 61 3 / 2 
yds. at 61c; duck, 26% yds. 
at 22c, 49% yds. at 25c; cot- 
ton, 534^ yds. at 10c, 287 
yds. at 12140.; print, 90 :: 'i yds. 
at 14c, 92 yds. at 12y 2 c; 
towelling, 583 yds. at 9c, 49% 
yds. at 14c; wrapperette, 40 
yds. at 14c; sundries, 3.60; 
ribbon, 30 yds. at 10c; slip- 
pers, 48 pairs at 1.15; flan- 
nelette, 222 yds. at 13%c; 
scrim, 28 yds. at 62%c, 123% 
yds. at 20c; gingham, 118i/> 
yds. at 15c, 16 yds. at 12%c; 
sheeting, 260V 2 yds. at 3uc; 
underwear, 18 doz. at 5.75; 
buttons, 20 doz. at 10c; boots, 

34 pairs at 3.90 

unt Bros., Ltd. (contract), 
flour, 509Vo bbls. at 4.65; 
less freight, 36.16 

lgram & Bell, medical supplies 

aynes Electrical Co., station 
dials, 1 box 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Johns Hopkins Press, subscrip- 

7 56 tion to American Journal of 

6 50 Insanity 5 25 

Kennedy, John, cutting oats, 5 
16 00 acres, 1.00; cutting corn, 2% 

acres at 1.50 8 75 

21 00 Keough, Minnie, trav. expenses 5 40 

King, Harry, oats, 112 bush. 22 
24 ^ JJU lbs. at 52c 58 58 

King's Printer, distribution 
27 90 stationery 48 53 

Lahey, D. A., & Co., washing 
80 soda, 4,165 lbs. at l%c; cor- 

sets, 31 pairs at 75c; cur- 
5 60 rants, 731 lbs. at 7%c; figs, 

3 75 l,009i/2 .lbs. at 5c; combs, 3 

doz. at 1.10, 3 doz. at 1.00; 
sugar, 800 lbs. at 6.00, 600 lbs. 
9 98 at 5.85; raisins, 168 lbs. at 

8!/»c; coat, 1 at 6.00; prunes, 
100 lbs. at 8%c; ticking, 
9 12 1431/2 yds. at 22 %c; rubber 

boots, 3 pairs at 2.00; lum- 
37 24 bermen's sox, 3 pairs at 75c; 

tapioca, 135 lbs. at 6-?4c, 91i/> 

8 00 lbs. at 7c, 100 lbs. at 7%c.; 
5 05 rice, 500 lbs. at 414c; canned 

vegetables, 2 doz. at 1.25, 4 
53 90 doz. at 1.12"%c; sundries, 

19 25 . 23.61; boots, 16 pairs at 1.50; 

cups, 33 doz. at 88c, 7 doz. 
3 25 a t 1.00; cheesecloth, 67 yds. 

at 5c; handkerchiefs, 5 doz. 
at 1.10; coal oil, 20 gal. at 
22c; cornmeal, 3 bags at 2.25, 
1 bag at 2.50; pitchers, 10 at 
30c, 3 at 50c; salt, 9 bbls. at 
1.50, 3 bbls. at 1.65; sheeting, 
28% yds. at 22i/ 2 c, 480 yds. 
at 22 %c; cheese, 175 lbs. at 
16%c, 147 lbs. at 17%c, 514 
lbs. at 15i/ic; glasses, 8 5-12 
doz. at 88c; buttons, 1 gro. at 
1.80; bathbrick, 2 doz. at 75c; 
salt, 7 bbls. at 1.50; hats, 
3% doz. at 2.20; hose, 20 doz. 
at 2.50; jelly powders, 2 doz. 
at 90c; tea, 25 lbs. at 36c, 
1,500 lbs. at 231/2C.; eggs, 15 
doz. at 25c, 60 doz. at 30c; 
linen, 12314 yds. at 42y 2 c; 
jars, 7 doz. at 1.10; quilts, 
100 at 971/20.; yarn, 144 lbs. 
at 45c; scrub brushes, 4 doz. 
at 1.50; corn starch, 80 lbs. 

703 86 at 7c; hair pins, 1 doz. pkgs. 

at 1.80; platters, 6 at 50c; 

vinegar, 29 gal. at 25c; to- 

2,333 01 bacco, 315 lbs. at 47c, 345 

136 66 lbs. at 45c 1,785 10 

Lawrason, S. P., & Co., washing 
3 50 soda, 280 lbs. at 1.75 4 90 



214 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Penetanguishene.— Continued. 



Levack, A., beef, 327% lbs. at 
12c 

Library Bureau of Canada, 
office supplies 

Light, P., services hauling scow 

London Asylum, tomatoes, 6 
doz. gal. at 2.65 

Marchaud, I., seeds, etc 

Methodist Book and Pub. Co., 
printing, etc 

Midland Coal Dock Co., Ltd. 
(contract), coal, 97 tons 1,120 
lbs. at 6.00, 32 tons 440 lbs. 
at 6.25, 172 tons 1,200 lbs. 
at 2.90, 2,353 tons 1,000 lbs. 
at 2.75 

Milne Bros., wheatine, 10 bags 
at 2.50, 10 bags at 2.75 

Montgrain, Octave, electrical 
supplies 

Morton, David, & Sons, Ltd., 
soap, 30 boxes at 2.40 

Murdock, J., inspection of scales 

McDonald, P. A., stationery, 
13.19; drugs, .chemicals, etc., 
72.70; subscription sundry 
papers, 16.50 

McGibbon Lumber Co., lumber, 
2.88; hay, 10 tons 536 lbs. at 
16.50; manure, 26 loads at 
25c 

McGuire, John, paint, oils, etc., 
1.20; matting, 12 yds. at 50c. 

McNairn, S., oats, 2,192 bus. 6 
lbs. at 4~6%e; less freight, 
150.06 

Ney, R. W., blacksmithing.... 

Nettleton, J. E., repairing clock 

Noxon Co., Ltd., repairs to im- 
plements 

Paine, Jno. B., Co., Ltd., caustic 
soda, 2,140 lbs. at 314c 

Paterson, Florence, musical ser- 
vices 

Payette, P., & Co., fireclay, 1 
bag at 2.70; sundries, 25c... 

Pendrith Machinery Co., iron 
buckets, 20 at 20V 2 c 

Penetang Power, Light and 
Water Commission, water 
rates 

Percival Plow and Stove Co., 
Ltd., plow points, 1 doz 

Pilkington Bros., Ltd., glass . . . 

Plaxton, Arthcr, musical ser- 
vices 

Postmaster, postage stamps . . . 

Ramsden, G. A., drugs, chemi- 
cals, etc 

Robitaille, A., manure, 23 loads 
at 25c; straw, 7 tons 1,150 
lbs. at 10.00 

St. Amant, S., blacksmithing.. 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Sawyer-Massey Co., Ltd., re- 

39 32 pairs to machinery 16 85 

Scott, James, straw, 10 tons 

7 50 330 lbs. at 10.00; freight 

16 00 charges, 8.80 110 45 

Sheet Metal Products Co., Ltd., 

15 90 chambers, 4 doz. at 3.41%; 

4 80 pitchers, 2 doz. at 4.50; 

saucers, 3 doz. at 75c; cups, 

8 60 3 doz. at 98c; sundries, lie. 27 95 

Simmers, J. A., seeds, etc 110 71 

Simpson, R., Co., Ltd., uniform 
suits, 13 at 20.00; sundry 

dry goods, 1.25 261 25 

Smith, E. D., cherries, 6 bas- 

7,758 87 kets at 1.25, 6 bas. at 1.10; 

plums, 9 bas. at 40c, 8 bas. 

52 50 at 57c; berries, 120 boxes at 

13 %c; pears, 20 bas. at 55c; 

4 35 peaches, 30 bas. at 55c 65 96 

Spramotor Co., angle nozzles, 4 
72 00 at 60c; postage, 9c 2 49 

6 50 Sproule, Annie, musical services 3 00 

Sproule, J. R., admission of 

patients to circus 

Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 

102 39 seeds, etc 

Stephens, C, Co., Ltd., canned 
salmon, 12 doz. at 2.20; mus- 
tard, 12 lbs. at 43c; sugar, 
178 79 297 lbs. at 5.67, 1,424 lbs. at 

5.27, 700 lbs. at 5.47, 2,120 

7 20 lbs. at 5.82, 3,026 lbs. at 5.02, 

1,543 lbs. at 5.32; sundries, 
1.67; toilet paper, 1 case at 
869 30 5.50; flavoring extract, 4 doz. 

20 30 at 5.00; less freight, 5.78 ... 540 50 

1 50 Sundry newspapers, advtg 45 52 

Tessier, Alphonse, lime, 5 bus. 

4 87 at 30c 1 50 

Thompson, W. M., sago, 170 

69 55 lbs. at 6%c, 180 lbs. at 6%c, 

100 lbs. at 7 1 / 2 e; bran. 2 tons 

18 00 1,000 lbs. at 24.00, 1,500 lbs. 

at 25.00, 3 tons at 26.00; 

2 95 tapioca, 100 lbs. at 6%c; flav- 

oring extracts, 1 doz. at 9.00; 

4 10 matches, 2 cases at 3.50; 

rolled oats, 16 bags at 1.85, 

10 bags at 2.35; ribbon, 20 

1,500 00 yds. at 10c; coffee, 1,550 lbs. 

at 22c, 25 lbs. at 37c; cran- 

2 75 berries, 1 bus. at 3.00; jelly 

4 08 powder, 1 doz. at 1.00, 6 doz. 

at 90c; bacon, 11% lbs. at 

12 00 20c, 24 lbs. at 23c; oranges, 

60 00 6 cases at 4.15; sundries, 

81.25; salt fish, 4 kegs at 9.00; 

27 85 grape fruit, IV2 doz. at 1.50; 

fish, 4.930 lbs. at lie; raisins, 

28 lbs. at 8%e, 28 lbs. at 

81 50 SV 2 c, 22 lbs. at 20c; mus- 

34 95 tard, 3 jars at 85c; yarn, 3 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for the Insane, Penetanguishene. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



lbs. at 75c, 3 lbs. at 1.25; 
washing blue, 18 lbs. at 18c; 
ammonia powder, 3 doz. at 
1.00; rice, 300 lbs. at 4 1 / 4c 
200 lbs. at 4y>c; cream tartar, 
4 tins at 30c; candy, 5 lbs. 
at 30c, 5 lbs. at 20c, 100 lbs. 
at 7%c, 10 lbs. at 15c; nuts, 
50 lbs. at 15c, 25 lbs. at 17c, 
| 25 lbs. at 18c; figs, 10 lbs. at 
] 20c; biscuits, 46 tins at 28c; 
split peas, 1 bag at 4.00, 1 
bag at 3.60, 1 bag at 4.25; 
haddie, 120 lbs. at 10c; shorts, 
1,000 lbs. at 27.00; canned 
vegetables, 1 doz. at 1.50, 2 
doz. at 1.00; buttons, 5 gro. 
at 2.00; needles, 5 doz. pkgs. 
i at 50c; cheese, 169 lbs. at 
17y 2 c, 87 lbs. at 16c; eggs, 
12 doz. at 25c, 30 doz. at 
20c, 5 doz. at 22c, 24 doz. at 
30c; gelatine, 3 doz. at 1.75; 
maple syrup, 12 gal. at 1.25; 
pipes, 1 box at 1.15; salt, 1 
bag at 1.00; rubber rings, 2 
gro. at 90c; cocoa, 1 doz. tins 
at 2.75, 9 tins at 45c; toilet 
paper, 2 cases at 6.00; dates, 
67 lbs. at 6y 2 c; floor wax, 109 
lbs. at 14c; sardines, 3 doz. 
tins at 1.75; flour, 1 bbl. at 
3.00; sugar, 300 lbs. at 5.75, 
400 lbs. at 5.65; thread, 8 gro. 
at 6.10; cambric, 46 yds. at 
17c; cornmeal, 2 bags at 
2.35, 1 bag at 3.00, 1 bag at 
2.75; barley, 2 bags at 2.00, 
1 bag at 3.25; wadding, 2 
doz. at 1.50; syrup, 689 lbs. 
at 3.85; pineapples, l 1 ^ doz. 
at 1.80; macaroni, 1 doz. at 
1.20; olives, % doz. at 4.00; 
laces, 3 gro. at 75c; hose, 30 
doz. at 2.50; duck, 27 yds. at 
12y 2 c; scallops, 10 at 25c; 
lard, 60 lbs. at 16c; tape, 3 
doz. at 50c; cups, 20 doz. at 

75c 1,856 44 

)dd, H. C, lime, 3 bus. at 30c. 90 

idhope, Anderson Co., Ltd., 

repairs to vehicles 4 45 

lrnford, I. K., blacksmith] ng. 4 80 

vin City Oil Co., Ltd., paint, 

oils, etc 70 17 

lited Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

typewriter supplies 4 91 

estern Foundry Co., Ltd., iron 

castings, etc 26 60 

illard & Co., Ltd. (contract), 
butter, 8,524 lbs. at 24%c, 
3,360 lbs. at 28y 2 c 3,091 59 



Wilson, W. T., trav. expenses.. 121 75- 
Wright, Chas. E., meat, 55,108 
lbs. at lie; sausage, 12 lbs. 
at 15c; veal, 13% lbs. at 15c; 
lard, 60 lbs. at 15c; geese, 
84% lbs. at 17c, 379 lbs. at 
16c; turkey, 426 lbs. at 20c; 
chicken, 25 y 2 lbs. at 15c; 
lamb, 10 lbs. at 15c, 9 lbs. 
at 17c, 21 lbs. at 25c, 19% 
lbs. at 22c, 9y 2 lbs. at 20c. .. 6,253 2a 
Wright, G. H., mortis locks, 

1 doz. at 18.90; pipe flanges, 

2 at 2.10; baskets, 3 at 1.00, 
6 at 43c, 2 at 1.65; snow 
shovels, 8 at 27y 2 c, 4 at 
521/^c; plates, 1 doz. at 1.50; 
pipes, 3 doz. at 2.50; pails, 1 
doz. at 2.50, y 2 doz. at 3.00; 
carpet sweeper, 1 at 2.50; 
valves, 2 at 4.70, 2 at 85c, 1 
at 2.95; glue pot, 1 at 2.75; 
steamers, 4 at 3.75, 1 at 1.50; 
spoons, 4 doz. at' 1.75, 15 doz. 
at 1.65, 2 doz. at 85c; wash- 
boards, 1 doz. at 4.30; pans, 

5 at 95c; cookers, 3 at 1.95, 1 
at 1.50; paint, oils, etc., 6.00; 
brushes, 6 at 1.75; shovels, 
12 at 75c, 12 at 80c; iron 
hardware, 82.88; screws, 2 at 
4.75, 2 at 5.00; putz cream, 
2 gals, at 2.00; tubs, 6 at 72c, 

6 at 71c, 2 at 1.65; butts, 1 
pair at 2.75, 1 pair at 1.50; 
tea kettles, 2 at 90c; wire 
rope, 60 ft. at 9c; shears, 3 
pairs at 65c; belting, 32 ft. 
at 20c, 10 ft. at 15c, 26 ft. at 
37c; dustpans, 4 at 25c; tea 
pots, 3 at 55c; coffee pots, 3 
at 45c; hoes, 6 at 50c; rakes, 
6 at 65c; hose, 25 ft. at 9y 2 c; 
axe handles, 1 doz. at 3.00; 
manure forks, 6 at 75c; chop- 
ping bowl, 1 at 1.10; sash 
cord, 10 lbs. at 40c; shades, 
10 at 25c; paris green, 75 lbs. 
at 20c; oakum, 50 lbs. at 7.20; 
oil can, 1 at 1.00; rope, liy 2 
lbs. at 13%c; soup strainers, 
6 at 30c; binder twine, 20 
lbs. at 8%c; cuspidors, 1 doz. 
at 1.80; saws, 1 at 1.50, 1 at 
2.05; saw handles, 3 at 38c; 
alabastine, 85 lbs. at 10c ; belt 
laces, 2 lbs. at 1.00; pudding 
pans, 6 at 21c; dish covers, 
9 at 40c; rat traps, 1 doz. at 

1.80; oil cups, 1 at 2.25 410 38- 



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No. ' 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued, 
Hospital for the Insane, Toronto. 



Salaries ($54,093,89). 



Ten 

Two 
Twelve 



Two 
Twelve 



J. M. Forster, M.D.: Twelve 

H. Clare, M.D.: 

F. S. Vrooman, M.D.: 

Geo. C. Kidd, M.D.: 

C. S. McVicar, M.D.: 

Jas. Corcoran: 

F. O. Loft: 

J. F. Dwyer: 

Eva Cuthbertson: 

Lillie Field: 

Florence Coombs 

Ena McLachlan: 

E. Shand: 

C. Brock: 

B. Winnifrith: 

A. Mackenzie: 

R. McCammon: 

James Barclay: 

Jas. E. Noble: Four 

Jas. Young: Twelve 

John Daly: 

Thos. Hughes: Three 

Jas. Anthony: Twelve 

J. Simmons: 

Wm. Wilson: 

Chas. Arnott: 

W. P. Strickland: 

T. J. Macdonald: 

Wm. Robinson: 

R. Wilson: Seven 

Muriel Rogers: Twelve 

Chief Attendants (Male): 

Supervisors do 

Attendants do 

Chief Attendants (Female): 



imonths' salary 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



;upervisors 



do 



Nurses: 

Cooks : 

Maids: 

Laundresses: 

Seamstresses: 

Stokers: 

Temporary Assistance: 



as Superintendent 

Asst. Superintendent 

Physician 

do 

Pathologist 

Bursar 

Bursar's Clerk 

Storekeeper 

Stenographer 

do 

do 

do 

Matron 

Asst. Matron 

Steward 

Tailor 

Baker 

Butcher 

Engineer 

Asst. Engineer 

Mason 

Carpenter 

do 

Painter 

Tradesman 

Farmer 

Gardener > . 

Messenger 

Cowman 

Teamster 

Musician 



2,600 00 

1,500 00 

1,100 00 

900 00^, 

600 00 

1,700 00 
1,150 00 
1,100 00 
300 00 J 

40 00 
5-15 00 
500 00 
600 00 

50 00 
850 0,) 
700 00 
650 00 
600 00 
333 00 
600 00 
750 00 
150 00 
f03 00 
650 00 
720 00 
650 00 
550 00 
435 00 
700 00 * 
160 00 
180 00 
550 00 

4,502 83 
8.940 95 

663 50 j 
2,868 00 I 
7,281 H8 | 
2,328 95 | 
1,080 91. | 
1.668 54 j 

3°0 00 i 
1,8^4 23 i 

51 00 ! 



Expenses:($109,284.66). 



Allan, A. A., & Co., Ltd., hats, 5 
doz. at 1.65; caps, 12 doz. at 
4.50 

Allison, Thos., hay, 1 ton 460 lbs. 
at 24.00 

Atteaux Dyestuff & Chemical 
Co,. Ltd., Wynadotte soda, 
2,800 lbs. at 1.75; ammonia 
powder, 850 lbs. at 2.90 

Bates & Dodds, interments .... 

Beal Bros., Ltd., leather, 117% 
lbs. at 29c; shoemakers' sun- 
dries, 2.04 

Bedson, Geo. E., interments . . . 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
22.40; rent of instruments, 
392.41 



29 


52 


73 

GO 


65 
00 


36 

20 


19 

00 



414 81 



Belle Ewart Ice Co., ice 81 10 

Bsn Hur Mfg. Co., Ltd., ham- 
pers, 2 at 4.23, 1 at 2.93 11 39 

Boeckh Bros. Co., Ltd., brooms, 
12 doz. at 4.50: whisks, 3 doz. 
at 2.50; sundries, 77c 62 27 

Boiler Repair & Grate Bar Co., 

castings, 65 lbs. at 4%c 2 92 

British Medical Ass'n., annual 

subscription 7 41 

Brock, Christina, trav. expenses 3 35 

Brock, W. R. Co., Ltd., linen, 
100 yds. at 18.50; towelling, 
1,208 yds. at 10c, 397% yds. 
at lsyoc ; cloth, 268 yds. at 
15c; thread, 17 1-12 gross at 
6.00, 1 gross at 6.10, 6 gross at 



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217 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for the Insane, Toronto. — Continued. 

Expenses. — Continued. 



5.60, 5 gross at 5.50; sheeting, 
1,540% yds. at 2iy 2 c, 205% 
yds. at 27%c, 919 yds. at 21c, 
1,607% yds. at 28%c, 489% 
yds. at 30c, 345 yds. at 25c; 
shirting, 967% yds. at 15c, 528 
yds. at liy 2 c, 1,799% yds. at 
13%c, 112% yds. at 18c; cot- 
ton, 3,003% yds. at 12c, 1,857 
yds. at ll%c, 144 yds. at 10c, 
120% yds. at 14c, 70% yds. at 
L5c, 303 yds. at 6c, 708% yds. 
at 16c; linen thread, 6 doz. 
at 1.75, 2 doz. at 2.00, 3 doz. 
at 2.25; table napkins, 2 doz. 
it 3.00, 6 doz. at 1.50, 10 doz. 
at 2.00; comforter, 1 at 7.00; 
aces, 5 gross at 1.00, 5 gross 
it 2.75; 6 gross at 90c; towels, 
12 doz. at 2.00, 1 doz. at 3.50; 
undries, 57.85; quilts, 300 at 
75c, 4 at 3.00, 185 at 1.25; 
ies, 12 doz. at 2.00; needles, 
L4 gross at 1.00; denim, 177% 
fds. at 15c, 865 yds. at 17%c; 
ingham, 264 yds. at ll%c, 
L31% yds. at 15c; butter 
loth, 406% yds. at 5c, 244 yds 
it 4c; hose, 19 doz. at 3.50, 
15 doz. at 2.64; 1 doz. at 2.88, 
15 doz. at 3.00, 6 doz. at 2.25; 
himbles, 1 gross at 2.85, 2 
rross at 1.50; lining 95 yds. 
it 20c, 71% yds. at 18%c; 
lress goods, 38 yds. at 37%c ; 
mttons, 4 gross at 1.00; over- 
ills, 3 doz. at 12.25; bath 
nats, 1 doz. at 12.00; holland, 
')2% yds. at 18%c; pins, 2 
?ross at 4.50; braces, 6 doz. at 
5.00; wrapperette, 213% yds. 
it 17%c; flannelette, 504 yds. 
t 10c; burlap, 34 yds. at 25c; 
•-urtain muslin, 323 yds. at 
!5c; galatea, 65% yds. at 
.7%c, 554% yds. at ll%c; 
lcking, 857% yds. at 21%c; 
•rash, 500 yds. at 10c; print, 

:55i4 yds. at 10c 4,788 18 

rns, P., & Co. (contract), coal, 
»12 tons 1,570 lbs. at 7.00, 316 
oris 430 lbs. at 4.70, 352 tons 
560 lbs. at 5.50,33 tons 645 lbs. 
it 6.45, iy 2 tons at 5.35, 26 tons 
,480 lbs. at 6.70, 653 tons 
,650 lbs. at 4.65, 119 tons 70 
bs. at 4.45, 179 tons 950 lbs. 
1 7.25, 30 tons 930 lbs. at 3.50, 
4 tons 1,070 lbs. at 3.90, 149 
on 925 lbs. at 4.85; slabs, 10 
ords.at 5.50 13,314 08 



Burroughes, F. C, Furniture 

Co., Ltd., tow, 2 bales at 3.50. 7 00 

Bursar, to pay sundries 23 54 

Cairns, Bernard, rubber stamps 2 62 

Cairo Bros., apples, 17 bbls. at 
3.00, 22 bbls. at 2.75, 8 bbls. at 
2.25, 17 bbls. at 2.50; sundry 
fruits, 57.41; cabbage, 8 doz. 
at 60c, 1 bbl. at 2.50 251 71 

Canada Foundry Co., Ltd., iron 

castings 4 35 

Canada Preserving Co., jam, 150 

lbs. at 8%c, 150 lbs. at 7c . . 23 25 

Canadian Consolidated Rubber 
Co., Ltd., rubbers, 18 pr. at 
45c, 12 pr. at 54c; rubber 
boots, 4 pr. at 3.25, 1 pr. at 
4.65; blankets, 25 pr. at 2.25, 
11 pr. at 1.65, 42 pr. at 2.35, 
less discount, 54c 204 79 

Canadian Express Co., express 

charges 104 30 

Canadian General Electric Co., 

Ltd., electrical supplies 100 18 

Canadian, H. W. Johns-Manville 
Co., Ltd., packing, 11 5-16 lbs. 
at 95c, 18 13-16 lbs. at 80c, 
17% lbs. at 50c; sundries, 
3.55 

Canadian Laundryman, subscrip- 
tion 

Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd,, 
paint, oils, etc 

Canadian Pacific Ry. Co., freight 
charges 

C.P.R. Co.'s Telegraph, messages 

Canadian Practitioner and Re- 
vieiv, subscription 

Canadian Printing Co., printing 

Canadian Steam Boiler Equip- 
ment Co., Ltd., repairs to 
boilers 

Carson, Jas., trav. expenses.... 

Carson, John, repairing clothes 

Carmichael, Mrs. services secur- 
ing help 

Central Prison Farm, butter, 492 
lbs. at 21%c 

Central Prison Industries, boots, 
7 pr. at 3.25, 144 pr. at 1.60, 72 
pr. at 1.50, 72 pr. at 1.80; blan- 
kets, 2,837 lbs. at 50c; brooms, 
36 doz. at 4.00; wrappers, etc., 
13.15; bed, 1 at 9.50; repairing 
beds, 32.00; whisks, 3 doz. at 
1.85 2,113 45 

City Dairy Co., ice cream, 16 pts. 

at 15c 2 40 

Climax Chemical Co., chemicals, 
etc 200 80 

Codeling, Robert J., services pro- 
curing help 7 00 



38 


23 


1 


00 


59 


65 


4 


33 


1 


41 


2 


00 


36 


94 


17 


35 


2 


30 


2 


25 


4 


00 


05 


78 



218 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Toronto. — Continued. 

Expenses. — Continued. 



Coleman Baking Powder Co., 
Ltd., baking powder, 9 doz. at 
2.69 2-9 

Common Sense Mfg. Co., roach 
poison, 12 tins at 1.00 

Consolidated Optical Co., repairs 
to spectacles 

Consumers' Gas Co., gas 

Cowan, J., services cleaning 
chimneys 

Cruickshank, J. L., inspection 
weights and measures 

Cudahy Packing Co., old dutch 
cleanser, 300 lbs. at 4c; pyra- 
mid cleanser, 300 lbs. at 5c, 

less discount, 54c 

Cummings, Dr. S., professional 
services 

Dallyn, Jardine & Co., canvas, 
102 yds. at 90c 

Dalton Bros., pepper, 300 lbs. at 
17c, 10 lbs. at 25c; coffee, 
400 lbs. at 23c, 800 at 25c; 
chicory, 200 lbs. at 12c; sun- 
dries, 2.25 

Davies, Wm, Co., Ltd., sausage, 
2,420 lbs. at lie 

Davis, John, & Son, flower pots 

Delahaye, Gideon, diamond 
cleanser, 15 cases at 2.75 

Delany & Pettit Co., Ltd., hair 
600 lbs. at 3914c; bags, 12 at 
30c 

Dominion Express Co., express 
charges 

Dominion Linen Mfg. Co., Ltd., 
towels, 12 doz. at 2.25; dam- 
ask, 476% yds. at 40c, 231^ 
yds. at 70c; napkins, 12 doz. 
at 2.25 

Dominion Medical Monthly, sub- 
scription 

Doyle, M., Pish Co., Ltd., fish, 
26,475 lbs. at 8c, 6,100 lbs. at 
9c; haddie, 330 lbs. at 9c ... 

Drummond, W. A., & Co., can 
seals, 1 M. at 

Ellis, H., interments, 10.00; rent 
of ambulance, 6.00 

Eugh, J., steam trap, 1 

Evans, J. D., beeswax, 250 lbs. 
at 40c 

Ferrier & Co., potatoes, 4,011 
bus. at 93c 

Fleischmann, The, Co., yeast, 
490 lbs. at 30c 

Fletcher Mfg. Co., Ltd., globe, 
1 at 2.50; sundries, 20c 

Forster, Dr. J. M., professional 
services, 10.00; trav. expenses, 
63.50 

Foy, Geo. J., Ltd., spirits for 
medical use 



24 


23 


12 


00 


5 


93 


2,323 


79 


25 


00 


7 


50 


26 


46 


10 


00 


91 


80 



371 75 

266 20 
14 00 

41 25 



240 60 
80 



406 


57 


2 


00 


2,696 


70 


1 


50 


16 
6 


00 
00 


100 


00 


3,730 


25 


147 


00 


2 


70 


73 


50 


58 


50 



Fralick, Fred. A., musical ser- 
vices 

Globe Printing Co., subscription, 

4 copies 

Golden's Livery, livery hire . . . 

Gowans, Kent & Co., Ltd., tum- 
blers, 1 gross at 6.00, 20 doz. 
at 60c; plates, 1 doz. at 1.50, 
1 doz. at 4.75; fruit saucers, 
1 doz. at 2.25; sherbets, 3 doz. 
at 1.20; sundries, 12.17; salt 
cellars, 3 doz. at 1.35; marma- 
lade jars, 1 at 1.35, 1 at 1.70; 
fruit jars, 6 gross at 9.25 .... 

Grand & Toy, stationery 

Grand Trunk Ry. Co., freight 
charges 

Gripton, C, indelible ink, 5 qts. 
at 8.80 

Groceries, Ltd., baking powder, 
50 lbs. at 25c; biscuits, §4 lbs. 
at 23y 2 c; cornstarch, 200 lbs. 
at 714c; salt, 10 bbls. at 1,60; 
pearline, 5 cases at 3.90; to- 
bacco, 44 lbs. at 46c, 60 lbs. at 
45c; blacking, 15 doz. at 90c; 
sundries, 30.75; chloride lime, 

5 cases at 1.80; corn meal, 3 
bbls. at 4.75; sugar, 1,691 lbs. 
at 5.60, 3,234 lbs. at 5.30, 300 
lbs. at 4^95, 3,125 lbs. at 5.00; 
pails, 3 'doz. at 3.00; cream 
tartar, 25 lbs. at 30c 

Gutta Percha & Rubber Mfg. Co., 
Ltd., hose, 200 ft. at 22y 2 c, 200 
ft. at 13 % c, 50 ft. at 11%-c.; 
couplings, 4 sets at 81c, 12 
sets at 63c, 5 sets at 15c; sun- 
dries, 1.43 

Gurley, Geo., services shipping 
milk, 12 weeks at 1.00 

Halliday, Jas., purchase of meat 23 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., Ltd., sta- 
tionery 

Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., pork, 
10,471 lbs. at 9.60, 11,009 lbs. 
at 9.75, 4,485 lbs. at 10.25 

Harris, E., Co., Ltd., paint, oils, 
etc 

Harris, S. J., expenses capturing 
eloper 

Hartz, J. F., Co., Ltd., medical 
supplies 

Heintzman & Co., tuning pianos 

Hendrie & Co., Ltd., cartage 

Hind, J. W., blacksmithing .... 

Hobbs, Samuel, repairs to range, 
30.90; sundries, 1.40; stove, 1 
at 9.00 

Hood, C. A., hay, 1 ton 800 lbs 
at 18.00 

Hospital World, subscription . . . 

Hughes, Thos., carpenters' tools 



30 00 

20 00 
9 00 



104 87 
1 00 

116 89 

44 00 



636 58 



90 60 

12 00 
035 56 

54 48 



2,538 34 



5 00 


7 80 


69 66 

2 00 

1 20 

115 17 



41 30 

25 20 
3 00 
9 95 



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219 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Toronto.— Continued. 



Expenses. — Continued. 



luniphrey, F. W., sugar, 3,111 
lbs. at 5.50, 3,146 lbs. at 5.60, 
925 lbs. at 5.30, 3,222 lbs. at 
5.10, 2,972 lbs. at 5.00; starch, 
434 lbs. at 5y 2 c.;salt, 10 bbls. 
at 1.50, 3 bbls. at 2.80; pickles, 
3 doz. at 3.25; coffee, 30 lbs. at 
32c; tobacco, 200 lbs. at 44c, 
48 lbs. at 45c, 24 lbs. at 46c; 
syrup, 1,945 lbs. at 3%c; soap, 
5 cases at 3.65; prunes, 1,375 
lbs. at lie; canned salmon, 20 
doz. at 2.25; tapioca, 482 lbs. 
at 6%c, 484 lbs. at 6%c; 
cocoa, 12 lbs. at 40c 

[urd, H. E., veterinary services 

mperial Oil Co., paint, oils, etc. 

ngram & Bell, Ltd., medical 
supplies 

nglis, John Co., Ltd., iron cast- 
ings, etc 

ohns Hopkins Press, American 
Journal of Insanity, subscrip- 
tion, 1 year 

ohnson, E. W., musical services 

Zenny, T., & Co., Ltd., tea., 6,350 
lbs. at 25c 

Zidd, Dr. G. C, expenses of pa- 
tients at exhibition 

ling's Printer, distribution sta- 

I tionery 

tinnear, Thomas & Co., sugar, 
3,166 lbs. at 5.90, 3,165 lbs at 
540, 4,172 lbs. at 5.10, 1,512 lbs. 
at 4.80; washboards, 1 doz. at 
2.40; corn flakes, 1 case at 

I 2.85; sal soda, 3,750 lbs. at 
80c, 4,200 lbs. at 85c; soap, 
15 boxes at 4.00; coffee, 30 lbs. 
at 32c; macaroni, 50 lbs. at 
6c; mustard, 50 jars at 28c, 
50 jars at 26c ; tobacco, 150 
lbs. at 44c, 48 lbs. at 46; bak- 
ing powder, 25 lbs. at 25c; 
barley, 5 bbls. at 7.50; nut- 
megs, 5 lbs. at 50c; canned 
vegetables, 40 doz. at 1.75, 40 

I doz. at 1.05; sundries, 26.56; 

j washing soda, 1 case at 3.00; 

I cocoanut, 1 pail at 4.00; salt, 3 

] bbls. at 2.95; matches, 1 case 

' at 3.00, 1 case at 3.10; pickles, 
2 doz. at 3.50; canned salmon, 
20 doz. at 2.47%, 20 doz. at 
2.45; pearline, 5 cases at 3.90; 
starch, 406 lbs. at 5%c; rai- 
sins, 52 lbs. at 14c; cream tar- 
tar, 25 lbs. at 30c; corn flakes, 

•■ 2 cases at 2.85; tapioca, 1,212 
lbs. at 7c 

Lippen, S., livery hire 

[lirkpatrick, W. A. & Son., 



1,245 
15 

32 


20 

00 
01 


527 


51 


82 


67 


5 
116 


25 
00 


1,587 


50 


2 


20 


176 


04 



1,360 70 
1 00 



whips, 1 at 1.25, 1 at 1.50; re- 
pairs to harness, 7.25 

Kolesnikoff, Rev. Jno., services 
interpreting 

Laidlaw & Co., shavings, 25 bales 
at 15c; lumber, etc, 4.51 

Lake, Wm. H„ cups and saucers, 
75 doz. at 68c, 75 doz. at 45c; 
bowls, 50 doz. at 80c; butter 
dishes, 3 doz. at 2.75; vege- 
table dishes, 6 doz. at 5.40; 
plates, 75 doz. at 75c tumblers, 
25 doz. at 55c, 5 doz. at 1.35; 
sundries, 2.65 

Lake Simcoe Ice Supply Co., 
Ltd., ice 

Lawrason, S. F., & Co., washing 
soda, 5,080 lbs. at 1.75, less 
freight, 7.20 

Lawrence, J. W., drugs, chemi- 
cals, etc 

Lemcke & Buschner, books . . . 

Lewis, Rice, & Son, Ltd., man- 
tles, 12 at 15c; sprocket chain, 
24 yds. at 48^c; cuspidors, 3 
at 1.75; hand bells, % doz. at 
8.00; padlocks, 2 doz. at 2.20, 
% doz. at 12.60; spoons, 1 
gross at 13.20, 1 gross at 5.50, 
1 gross at 5.60; carvers, 11 pr. 
at 1.66; forks, % doz. at 5.60, 
1 doz. at 6.30, 4 doz. at 7.50; 
knives, 12 doz. at 1.70; italian 
packing, 154% lbs. at 17c; 
chair seats 4 5-12 doz. at 1.08, 
6 doz. at 1.44; saws, 1 at 1.60, 
1 at 1.20; shelf brackets, 1 doz. 
at 1.20, 1 doz. at 1.50, 1 doz. at 
2.10; lantern burners, 3 doz. 
at 2.20; alabastine, 1 case at 
6.50; shears, 1 doz. pr. at 
12.15; scissors, 3 doz. at 3.80; 
iron hardware, etc., 143.03; 
trays, 1 doz. at 3.45; locks, 1 
doz. at 4.75, 1 doz. at 5.00, 1 
doz. at 1.75; steel, 580 lbs. at 
7.00; solder, 25 lbs. at 29c; 
razors, 1 doz. at 13.20; tin, 1 
box at 8.90; gas globes, 2 doz. 
at 2.40, 5 doz. at 1.80; twine, 
240 lbs. at 20c; valve discs, 
75 at 8c, 48 at 10c, 50 at 12c, 
50 at 18c, 35 at 36c; chair 
nails, 4,000 at 52c; wood 
rasps, 2 at 1.14; lantern 
globes, 6 doz. at 75c; lawn 
mowers, 3 at 5.20, 3 at 5.42%; 
whiting, 508 lbs. at 1.08; mor- 
tise keys, 3% doz. at 3.60 . . . 

Library Bureau of Canada, office 
supplies 

Lindala, James, services inter- 
preting 



10 00 
4 00 
8 26 



244 80 
710 41 

95 70 

21 89 
8 70 



601 59 

15 00 

2 00 



220 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Toronto.— Continued. 

Expenses.— Continued. 

Lippincott, J. B., Co., books 4 50 at ll%c; overalls, 1 7-12 doz. 

London Asylum, tomatoes, 16 at 6.00, 2 5-12 doz. at 12.00, 

doz. gal. at 2.65 42 40 1 doz. at 13.00; butcher's linen, 

Lumbers, Jas., Co., Ltd., shoe 67% yds. at 60c, 332 % yds. at 

polish, 6 doz. at 90c; jelly 18%c; print, 495 yds. at 

powder, 6 doz. at 90c; starch, H%c; ticking, 327% yds at 

400 lbs. at 5V 2 c, 412 lbs. at 19y 2 c; sox, 55 doz. at 2.25; 

5%c; tobacco, 240 lbs. at 44c, dowlas, 295% yds at 15c; 

180 lbs. at 46c, 100 lbs. at towelling, 319% yds. at 8c, 

45c; canned vegetables, 20 210 yds. at 20c.; serge, 92% 

doz. at 97%c, 20 doz. at 1.25, yds. at 2.60 2,592 60 

10 doz. at 1.60, 90 doz. at 1.00; Maddocks, Bros., harness, 2 sets 

salt, 10 bbls. at 1.50; sundries, at 33.00; whips, 2 at 1.25 68 50 

4.53; cocoa, 2 doz. tins, at Mail Printing Co., subscription 

2.40; washing blue, 50 lbs. at to Mail and Empire, 2 copies 8 00 

14; currants, 468 lbs. at 7%c. ; Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd. 

soap, 5 cases at 3.85, 5 cases at (contract), flour, 225 bbls. at 

3.75; sugar, 3,035 lbs. at 5.90, 4.75, 1,147 bbls. at 4.50 '. 6,230 25 

3,211 lbs. at 5.10, 6,434 lbs. at Matthews, F., smoking hams, 

2.40, 3,142 lbs. at 5.00, 3141 lbs. 356 pes. at 5c 17 80 

at 4.90; coffee, 60 lbs. at 32c; May, Samuel, & Co., cue tips, 1 

canned salmon, 20 doz. at 2.50; box at 1.00; ten pins, 3 sets at 

matches, 2 cases at 3.00; sal 4.50; sundries, 10c 14 60 

. soda t 3,750 lbs. at 80c; corn Meakins & Sons, brushes, 3 doz. 

starch, 200 lbs at 7%c; barley, at 3.00, 12 doz. at 1.65, 7 doz. 

5 bags at 3.50 1,682 63 a t 2.00, 1 doz. at 2.25, 1 doz. at 

Lyons, Geo. A., rolled wheat, 15 9.00, 3 doz. at 1.60; dusters, 2 

bbls. at 2.70, 25 bbls. at 2.80; doz. at 2.64; brooms, 9 doz. at 

chop feed, iy 2 tons at 33.00; 3.75, 15 doz. at 4.75, less dis- 

hay, 11 tons 570 lbs. at 16.00, count, 1.10 168 03 

9 tons 68 lbs. at 23,00, 3 tons Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

1,245 lbs: at 24.00; split peas, printing 34 83 

20 bags at 3.35; corn bran, Might, A., hay, 1 ton 1,040 lbs. 

560 lbs. at 1.60; rolled oats, 10 at 23.00 34 96 

bbls. at 4.00; straw, 574 lbs. at Might Directories city directory, 

11.00, 1 ton 1,805 lbs. at 12.00, 1 copy 7 50 

1 ton 997 lbs. at 13.00; oats, Milne Bros., wheatine, 20 bags 

50 bus. at 56c, 200 bus. at 58c, at 2.50, 10 bags at 2.60 76 00 

50 bus. at 57c; bran, 500 lbs. Mimico Asylum, cabbage, 3,600 

at 1.35, 1,000 lbs. at 1.40; at 4c 144 00 

shorts, % ton at 32.00 1,007 29 Monetary Times, subscription, 

Macdonald, John, & Co., Ltd., 1 year 3 00 

underwear, 10 doz. at 9.00, 6 Monarch Typewriter Co., type- 

doz. at 11.55, 15% doz. at writer supplies 12 00 

12.15, 2 doz. at 12.10, 1% doz. Morrison, Jas., Brass Mfg. Co., 

at 12.70, 2 doz. at 10.95, 7%doz. Ltd., plumbers' supplies 100 68 

at 12.75, 2% doz. at 13.35; Morton, David, & Sons, Ltd., 

horse blankets, 2 at 5.50; soap, 150 boxes at 2.40, 1,500 

sheeting, 1,083% yds. at lbs. at 4c 420 00 

25y 2 c, 600% yds. at 20c; Muldoon, J. building supplies . . 175 

towels, 12 doz. at 2.30, 6 doz. Murray-Kay, Ltd., collars, 43 

at 2.50, 6 doz. at 5.50; linen, doz. at 1.25, 7 doz. at 1.35, 1 

205 yds. at 15c; tabling, 216% doz. at 1.75; corsets, 1 pr. at 

at 85c, 400% yds. at 45c; 1.50; gingham, 944% yds. at 

canvas, 100 yds. at 19%c ; 22c 265 49 

italian, 54% yds. at 90c; but- Musson Book Co., Ltd., station- 
tons, 5 gross at 95c ; embroid- ery 28 75 

ery linen, 47% yds. at 42y 2 c; McCullough, Robt. W., cartage, 

holland, 96 yds. at 17%c; 26.88; straw, 1 ton 200 lbs. at 

mitts, 12 doz. at 3.50, 6 doz. at 14.00; hay, 10 tons 1,130 lbs. 

4.50; sundries, 39 43; flannel- at 16.00, 3 tons 560 lbs. at 

ette, 474% yds. at 9%, 1,003 23.00, 3 tons 522 lbs. at 21.00; 

yds. at 10c; cotton, 1,000 yds. oats, 1 ton 1,050 lbs. at 33.00. . 405 57 









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221 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Toronto. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



[cGibbon's Drug Store, drugs, 

chemicals, etc 

clntyre, A. C, razors, 2 1-12 
doz. at 21.00; razor strops, 2 

doz. at 3.60 

[cKenna, R. H., veterinary ser- 
vices 

[cLauchlan & Sons Co., Ltd., 
biscuits, 288 lbs. at 23%c. . . . 
cWilliam & Everist, cranber- 
ries, 2 bbls. at 8.00; holly, 1 
case at 4.00; grape fruit, 1 box 
at 6.00; pineapples, 2 cases at 
2.75; gooseberries, 20 boxes at 
75c; potatoes, 1 bbl. at 3.50; 
peaches, 4 bas. at 2.75, 100 bas. 
at 75c; plums,, 50 bas. at 50c, 
50 bas. at 55c; grapes, 100 bas. 
at 30c; lemons, 2 boxes at 3.25, 

1 box at 3.50, 4 boxes at 3.00, 

2 boxes at 5.25, 1 box at 5.50, 1 
box at 6.50; oranges, 8 boxes 
at 3.25, 1 box at 2.75; maple 
syrup, 54 gal. at 1.10; berries, 
1,080 boxes at 12c, 927 boxes 
at 12%c; currants, 20 bas. at 
1.00, 10 bas. at 2.00; water 
melons, 50 at 40c, 50 at 45c; 
bananas, 8 bchs. at 1.60; pears, 
100 bas. at 50c; crab apples, 

12 cases at 1.75 

erlich & Co., pipes, 6 doz. at 
3.00; combs, 12 doz. at 2.10, 
12 doz. at 90c, 6 doz. at 2.00, 
6 doz. at 1.80, 3^ doz. at 3.15, 
6 doz at 4.20, 6 doz. at 1.20; 
checker boards, % doz. at 
7.20; playing cards, 12 doz. at 
1.00; chess men, y 3 doz. at 
12.00; hair brushes, 3 doz. at 

4.20, less discount, 2.94 

ordheimer Piano & Music Co., 
Ltd., tuning pianos, 4.00, re- 
pairs to piano, 32.00 

gilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 
rolled oats, 105 bags at 2.45. . 
Keefe Brewery Co., grains, 
660 bus. at 5c, 3,240 bus. at 
7c; combings. 4 bags at 25c. 
atario Agricultural College, 
guinea pigs, 22 pr. at 75c . . 
aine, John B., Co., Ltd., soap, 

9,219 lbs. at 7c 

arker, Mrs. A. F., services se- 
curing help 

arker, R., &Co., cleaning cur- 
tains 

arsons, Brown & Co., canned 
vegetables, 40 doz. at 1.60, 40 
doz. at 97y 2 c, 40 doz. at 1.35; 
cocoa, 2 doz. at 2.40; chloride 
lime, 4 doz. at 3.50; corn meal, 

3 bbls. at 4.35; sugar, 3,224 



180 31 

50 95 
14 50 
67 68 



759 93 



148 96 



36 


00 


257 


25 


260 


80 


16 


50 


645 


33 


10 


00 


9 


00 



lbs. at 5.10; figs, 660 doz. at 
3%c; cream tartar, 25 lbs. at 
28c; shoe polish, 9 doz. at 
90c; pails, 3 doz. at 3.00; sal 
soda, 800 lbs. at 85c 

Parsons, C, & Son, Ltd., leather, 
111 lbs. at 29c, 116 lbs. at 
33c; shoemakers' sundries, 8.46 

Pendrith Machinery Co., repairs 
to dough mixer 

Penmans, Ltd., mangle blanket, 
105 lbs. at 65c; sundries, 35c 

Perkins, Ince & Co., canned 
salmon, 20 doz. at 2.40, 20 doz. 
at 2.55, 20 doz. at 2.00; nuts, 
105 lbs. at 16c, 108 lbs. at 
I6V2C; candy, 170 lbs. at 14c, 
150 lbs. at 15c, 25 lbs. at 27c; 
shoe polish, 6 doz. at 85c, 6 
doz. at 90c; cocoa, 8 doz. at 
1.80; tobacco, 255 lbs. at 44c, 
144 lbs. at 46c, 50 lbs. at 45c; 
sugar, 6,229 lbs. at 5.70, 914 
lbs. at 5.40, 3,174 lbs. at 5.50, 
895 lbs. at 5.10, 913 lbs. at 
4.60; currants, 422 lbs. at 8c, 
253 lbs. at 7%c; cornmeal, 6 
bbls. at 4.50, 6 bbls. at 4.75; 
molasses, 25 gals, at 30c; 
tapioca, 434 lbs. at 7c, 1,736 
lbs. at 6%c; macaroni, 305 
lbs. at 6i/oc; 100 lbs. at 
6c; herring, 3 kegs at 3.25; 
cod steak, 96 lbs. at 9^.; tea, 
80 lbs. at 25c, 5 lbs. at 35c; 
flavoring extract, 12 doz. at 
2.25; sundries, 47.85; figs, 
36*4 lbs. at 10c, 2 boxes at 
4.25, 1,179 lbs. at 6%c; wash- 
ing blue, 40 lbs. at 17c; can- 
ned vegetables, 80 doz. at 1.40, 
50 doz. at 1.00, 40 doz. at 
97y 2 c, 40 doz. at 1.75, 20 doz. 
at 1.65; jelly powder, 30 doz. 
at 90c; barley, 1,980 lbs. at 
3 3 /4c; raisins, 280 lbs. at 8c; 
sapolio, 24 doz. at 95c; corn- 
starch, 200 lbs. at 5c, 400 lbs. 
at 714c; rice, 1,110 lbs. at 
5c, 1,100 lbs. at 5V 2 c; evapor- 
ated apples, 500 lbs. at 10c, 
500 lbs. at lie, 500 lbs. 
at lO^jc; soap, 20 cases 
at 4.00; codfish, 100 lbs. 
at 10c; cornflakes, 2 cases at 
2.85; cocoanut, 25 lbs. at 17c; 
salt, 20 bbls. at 1.40, 3 bbls. at 
2.90; olives, 1 doz. at 2.25; 
matches, 2 cases at 3.00; cream 
tartar, 25 lbs. at 25c, 25 lbs. 
at 30c; pickles, 12 doz. at 1.50, 
3 doz. at 3.25; starch, 806 lbs. 
at 5%c; paper, 410 lbs. at 



409 76 



78 93 



1 50 



68 60 



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No. 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Toronto. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



3%c; syrup, 3,027 lbs. at 
3%c;- fly paper, 3 cases at 
3.50; coffee, 30 lbs. at 32c; 
mustard, 50 jars at 27c; 
prunes, 1,750 lbs. at 10c; 
vinegar, 202 gals, at 25c; sal 
soda, 3,360 lbs. at 85c; pearl- 
ine, 5 boxes at 3.90; wash 
boards, 1 doz. at 2.25 

Perrin, Fred. J., coffee, 100 lbs. 
at 25c 

Perrin, J. H., subscription to 
sundry magazines, 51.10; tis- 
sue paper, 3 doz. rolls at 1.00. 

Philips Mfg. Co., Ltd., mirrors, 
24 at 1.25 

Pike, D., & Co., duck, 50 yds. at 
31c 

Postmaster, postage stamps . . . 

Powley, Geo., Paper Co., Ltd., 
toilet paper, 10 cases at 6.25. 

Price, S., & Sons, Ltd., milk, 217 
gals, at 19c, 1,267 gals, at 25c, 
1.071 gals, at 20c 

Queen City Oil Co., Ltd., paint, 
oils, etc 

Remington Typewriter Co., in- 
spection of typewriters 

Ross & Holmsted, rent of house 

Rowland, Henry A., drugs, chem- 
icals, etc 

Schulze, Otto, & Co., books 

Shea, Wm, sox, 50 doz. at 2.50. 

Sheet Metal Products Co., Ltd., 
chambers, 6 doz. at 4.05; dust 
pans, 3 doz. at 88c; tea trays, 

3 doz. at 3.58; cuspidors, 6 
doz. at 1.60; sundries, 2.40; 
dish pans, % doz. at 5^40, 14 
doz. at 10.80, 2 doz. at 12.15; 
preserving kettles, *4 doz. at 
10.80; ladles, 3 doz. at 66c; 
pudding pans. 1 doz. at 2.43; 
less discount, 85c 

Simpson, Robert, Co., Ltd., boots, 

4 prs. at 2.49, 2 prs. at 99, 1 
pr. at 1.25, 1 pr. at 1.85, 5 prs. 
at 1.99, 1 pr. at 2.45; corsets, 

5 prs. at 1.25, 5 prs. at 1.00, 2 
prs. at 1.50; slippers, 24 prs. at 
95c, 24 prs. at 99c; chintz, 35 
yds. at 40c, 8 yds. at 1.19; 
hose, 6 prs. at 29c; drawers, 
3 prs. at 75c; ribbon, 13 yds. 
at 10c; combs, 6 prs. for 25c; 
skirts, 1 at 1.25, 2 at 89c; 
books, 6 at 25c; waists, 2 at 
1.25; golf coat, 1 at 2.00; 
vases, 28 at 25c; clouds, 3 at 
50c; gauntlets, 1 pr. at 3.75, 
1 pr. at 4.00; skates, 1 pr. at 
1.75; lace, 19% yds. at 15c, 72 
yds. at 7c; tea pots, 24 at 19c; 



3,051 


44 


25 


00 


54 


10 


30 


00 


15 


50 


160 


00 



62 50 

572 18 

63 52 

20 00 
900i 00 

27 85 

4 91 

125 00 



84 29 



insertion, 15 yds. at 8c; car- 
pet sweepers, 2 at 3.50; ging- 
ham, 300 yds. at 121/2C.; sun- 
dries, 47.11; pants, 6 prs. at 
1.00; curtains, 1 pr. at 9.00; 
mops, 6 at 25c; linen, 93 yds. 
at 60c; vests, 3 at 75c; pud- 
ding dish, 1 at 3.50, 1 at 4.75; 
collars, 6 at 25c; stationery, 
6 boxes at 25c; dress, 1 at 
8.50; gloves, 6 prs. at 19c; 
aprons, 3 at 35c; shawls, 2 at 
1.25, 2 at 1.00; coats, 4 at 2.75; 
mattress, 1 at 12.50; flannel- 
ette, 30 yds. at 10c; jardin- 
eres, 6 at 25c, 1 at 1.25; rice 
boilers, 2 at 60c; edging, 36 
yds. at 1.80; cretonne, 80 yds. 
yds. at 25c 403 12 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., 
Ltd., repairs to machines .... 16 03 

Sloan, John, & Co., tapioca, 1,182 
lbs. at 7^c; raisins, 280 lbs. 
8c; 1321/2 lbs. at 14^c; borax, 
100 lbs. at 8c; matches, 1 case 
at 3.00; cider, 32 gals, at 25c; 
shelled almonds, 28 lbs. at 
34c; canned salmon, 20 doz. 
at 2.35; tobacco, 75 lbs. at 44c, 
42 lbs. at 46c; sundries, 20.18; 
flavoring extract, 12 doz. at 
2.35; cocoa, 2 doz. at 2.40; 
cream tartar, 25 lbs. at 28c; 
prunes, 200 lbs. at 10c, 1,050 
lbs. at 10y 2 c; syrup, 1,127 lbs. 
at 3%c; canned vegetables, 
40 doz. at 1.65, 40 doz. at 1.00, 
23 cases at 10.00 822 78 

Smith Bros., repairs to vehicles 113 41 

Smith, E. D., jam, 660 lbs. at 
8c, 720 lbs. at 9#>c, 90 lbs. at 
8%c, 30 lbs. at 714c, 480 lbs. 
at 8y 2 c, 360 lbs. at 10%c; 
less discount, 20.94 188 

Snider, W., hay, 1 ton 390 lbs. 
at 27.00 ^ 32 27 

Sparrow, Geo., & Co., palette 
knives, 2 at 60c; moulds, y 2 
doz. at 2.00; boilers, 3 at 5.00; 
sundries, 6.24; sad irons, 182 
at 6c 43 

Spence, D., turnips, 15 bags at 
35c, 100 bags at 40c, 21 bags 
at 85c; potatoes, 445^ bags at 
1.15; lard, 120 lbs. at 12%c, 
300 lbs. at 14c, 360 lbs. at 
14%c, 100 lbs. at 15c; 
oranges, 4 cases at 3.00; 
celery, 2 cases at 3.00; berries, 
1,035 boxes at 13c, 360 boxes 
at 10c; beans, 19 bus. at 2.65, 
10 bus. at 2.25, 60 bus. at 2.50, 
20 bus. at 2.60, 20 bus. at 2.70; 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Toronto. — Continued. 



ham, 110 lbs. at 16V 2 c, 57 lbs. 
it 17c, 40 lbs. at 18c; bacon, 
}2 lbs. at 17c, 28 lbs. at 19c; 
arrots, 10 bags at 75c, 3 bags 
it 1.75; onions, 4 bags at 3.50, 
; cases at 4.25, 2 bags at 4.00; 
herries, 100 bas. at 1.00; 
mckleberries, 25 bas. at 1.50. 
inley, J., repairing clocks. . . . 
>ele Briggs Seed Co., seeds, 

dants, etc. . . .• 

phens, H., hay, 1 ton 270 lbs. 

it 24.00 

vens, J., & Son Co., Ltd., 

nedical supplies 

ne, Daniel, interments 

ndry newspapers, advertising 
Michael's Palace, cab hire re 

eligious services 

ylor, Forbes & Co., Ltd., iron 

astings, etc 

nple, Pattison Co., Ltd., 

ental supplies 

-onto Electric Light Co., Ltd., 

lectric current 

•onto Hydro Electric System, 

lectric current 

-onto Laundry Machine Co., 

itd., repairs to laundry 

•onto Street Ry. Co., car 

ickets 

•onto Water Works, water . . 
•nbull Electric Mfg. Co., re- 
airs to elevators 

)er Canada Tract Society, 

ymn books 

inevar & Co., books 

:es Hardware Co., Ltd., iron, 

ardware, etc 

idell, E. H., services securing 

elp 

tt Milling & Feed Co., Ltd., 
round oats, 2 tons 1,994 lbs. 
32.00, 5 tons 1,661 lbs. at 
3.00; hay, 3 tons 1,173 lbs. at 
3.00, 2 tons 1,828 lbs. at 20.00 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Wells Bros., expenses re enter- 
tainment 5 90 

Wells, Dr. Josephine, dental 

supplies 27 50 

West, Taylor, Bickle & Co., Ltd., 
brooms, 6 doz. at 4.50; less 

freight, 50c 26 50 

1,454 78 Willard & Co., Ltd. (contract), 

3 00 butter, 26,651 lbs. at 23%c, 

14,325 lbs. at 26%c; duck, 54 

79 64 lbs. at 17c, 98 14 lbs. at 20c; 

chicken, 334 lbs. at 16c, 45 lbs. 

27 24 at 17c, 171 lbs. at 18c, 205% 

lbs. at 19c, 16 lbs. at 24c, 50% 

63 48 lbs. at 20c; turkey, 1,200 lbs. 

20 00 at 23c, eggs, 540 doz. at 28c, 

106 26 2,700 doz. at 30c, 540 doz. at 

32c, 180 doz. at 36c 720 doz. 
150 00 at 40c, 180 doz. at 45c, 540 

doz. at 33c, 1,200 doz. at 
42 08 26c, 900 doz. at 25c, 720 

doz. at 24c, 180 doz. at 29c, 
93 05 180 doz. at 31c; bacon, 36 lbs. 

at 17y 2 c, 14 lbs. at 17c; 
794 67 cheese, 280 lbs. at 15%c, 256 

lbs. at 16c, 253 lbs. at 15%c, 
63 99 497 lbs. at 16#c, 713 lbs. at 

17c, 550 lbs. at 17%c, 1,470 

28 38 lbs. at 15c; 481 lbs. at 14%c, 

470 lbs. at 141/oc; geese, 1,000 
155 00 lbs. at 15c, 23 lbs. at 16c . . . 13,950 06 

1,471 68 Wilson, C, & Son, repairing 

scales 25 35 

26 15 Wilson, E. H., expenses captur- 
ing eloper 8 05 

29 00 Wilson, Harold A., Co., Ltd., 
5 60 tennis net, 1 at 3.20; tennis 

racquets, 4 at 3.20; football 

1 10 bladders, 2 at 60c; tennis 

balls, 1 doz. at 3.50; rubber 

2 00 quoits, 4 prs. at 1.00; football, 

1 at 4.00 28 70 

Woods, B., hay, 1 ton 695 lbs. at 

17.50 23 58 

Wright, Geo., apples, 12 bbls. at 
405 22 2.25 27 00 



Hospital for Epileptics, Woodstock. 



Salaries ($15,560.59) 

. Williams, M.D.: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,600 00 



s. Nancekivell: do 

1 Hodgins: do 

a Johnston: do 

usta Nelles: do 

ter Precious: do 

. Gimby: Five and one-half do 

E. Coulter: Six and one-half do 

[oCurdy: Twelve do 

en Purchase: do 

lacdonald: do 

Moore: do 



Asst. Physician 



933 00 



Bursar 1,500 00 



Stenographer 

Matron 

Engineer . . . 
Carpenter . . 

do 
Farmer .... 
Gardener . . . 
Farmhand . . 

do 



300 00 
500 00 
600 U0 
296 00 
341 25 
650 00 
650 00 
300 00 
300 00 



224: 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Epileptics, Woodstock. — Continued. 

Salaries. — Continued. 

Jas. Forsyth: Eleven months' salary as Stableman 275 Ol 

Albert Rouse: One do do 20 

Chief Attendant: 384 

Supervisors (Male) : 648 

Attendants : 1,516 

Supervisors (Female) : 265 

Nurses : 1,449 52 

Cooks: 1,1413* 

Maids: 185 

Laundresses : 264 

Seamstresses : . 128 

Stokers: 300 0( 

Temporary Assistance: 13 Ot 



Addison, J. E., maple syrup, 40 
gals, at 1.20 

Agnew, John, Limited, slippers, 
1 pr. at 1.15; shoes, 8 prs. at 
1.75, 1 pr. at 2.50, 16 prs. at 
2.00; sundries, 90c; laces, 1 
gro. at 90c, 1 gro. at 1.35, 2 
gro. at 85c, 2 gro. at 1.00 

Armstrong, J. E., subscriptions 
to sundry newspapers 

Earr, J., clock 

Baird, Wm., repairs to ma- 
chinery 

Beauregard, A. L., repairs to 
vehicles 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
12.50; rent of instruments, 
58.33 

Blair, B., & Co., coal (contract), 
balance due on coal delivered 
in 1911, 404.14; 31 tons 995 
lbs. at 6.70; 280 tons 925 lbs. 
at 7.25; 373 tons 190 lbs. at 
7.00, on account, 3,434.86 . . . 

Bull, W. A., blacksmithing 

Bursar, to pay sundries 

Canadian Milling & Cereal Co., 
Ltd., oat bran, 4 tons 80 lbs. at 
16.00; flour, y 2 ton at 30.00. . . 

Canadian Explosives, Ltd., ex- 
plosives 

Canadian Express Co., express 
charges 

Canadian Laundryman, subscrip- 
tions 

Canadian Pacific Ry., freight 
charges 

Canadian Printing Co., printing 

Canadian Preserving Co., Ltd., 
maple syrup, 6 gals, at 90c. . . 

Central Prison Industries, 
brooms, 8 doz. at 4.00; whisks, 
1 doz. at 1.65; sundries, 2.30. 

Coleman Baking Powder Co., 
Ltd., baking powder, 2 doz. at 
8.07V 2 

Coles, E. J., & Co., cups, 10 doz. 



Expenses ($22,875.44). 

at 70c, y 2 doz. at 3.50., 12 doz. 

48 00 at 50c, 1 doz. at 1.00, % doz. 

at 3.00, 6 doz. at 80c; bowls, 
12 doz. at 90c, 4 doz. at 75c, 
1 doz at 1.80; baskets, 2 at 
1.00, 1 at 4.25, 4 at 1.4Qj plates, 
4 doz. at 1.00; fruit dish, 1 at 

56 50 1.00; platters, 3 at 40c; sun- 

dries, 13.20; vegetable dishes, 
3 20 7 at 50c, 1% doz. at 6.00; 

3 00 fruit saucers, 5 doz. at 30c, 6 

doz. at 24c; jugs, 1 doz. at 

3 60 1.80, 1 doz. at 4.20; sugar 

bowls, 4 at 25c; tumblers, 2 

33 25 doz. at 60c 

Cook, H. J., subscription to sun- 
dry newspapers 

70 83 Coppins, E. S., plumbing repairs 

Cudahy Packing Co., old dutch 

cleanser, 300 lbs. at 4c, less 

discount, 24c 

Cullen, Jas., bran, 4 tons at 

23.00, 3 tons at 24.00; rolled 

3,839 00 oats, 1 ton at 32.00, % ton at 

1 60 36.00; cracked corn, % ton at 
7 27 28.00; shorts, 4 tons at 25.00, 

6i/> tons at 26.00; choppings, 
7.98; flour, 1% tons at 31.00. 

79 64 Denny, A. C, oat flour, 1 ton. . . 

Dickie, Robt., shorts, 4y 2 tons at 

10 15 28.00, 2 tons at 27.00; bran, 5 

tons at 26.00, 3 tons at 24.00; 

4 30 rolled oats, 5 tons at 35.00, 1 

ton at 34.00 

2 00 Dominion Express Co., express 

charges 

3 79 Downey, J. H., & Co., seed po- 

15 39 tatoes, 98% bags at 2.50 

Doyle, J. B., berries, 72 boxes at 

5 40 lie, 24 boxes at 12V>c 

Duke, J. O., seeds, etc 

Foreman, G. J., seed oats, 100 

35 95 bus. at 75c 

Forman, T. A., cotton, 502 % yds. 
at 41/oC, 120 yds. at 12y 2 c; 

16 15 thread, 1 gro. at 4.80, 10 doz. 

at 45c; underwear, 4 doz. at 



93 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



225 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Epileptics, Woodstock.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



.40, 2 doz. at 3.00; print, 45 
ds. at 12c, 53 yds. at 9c; 
ibling, 46 yds. at 55c, 52 yds. 
t 80c; sheeting, 68 yds. at 
5c; butcher linen, 10 yds. at 
0c; elastic, 1 doz. yds. at 
.25; curtains, 24 pairs at 1.50, 
prs. at 1.25, 6 prs. at 1.19; 
ose, 2 doz. at 4.56; towelling, 
3 yds. at 8M>c, 47% yds. at 
2c, 50 yds. at 9V 2 c, 9iy 2 yds. 
t 10c; pillow cotton, 50 V2 
ds. at 19c, 37^5 yds. at 20c; 
indries, 20.63; drill, 25 yds. 
; 15c; corsets, 12 prs. at 48c; 
ipkins, 1 doz. at 1.75; flannel- 
tte, 56 yds. at 9 1 / 2 c; towels, 
doz. at 2.75, 3 doz. at 1.50.. 
y & Thompson, fish, 4,605% 
)p. at lie; canned salmon, 6 
5Z. at 2.40; dried fish, 100 lbs. 
t 10c; bacon, 50 lbs. at 19c. . 
/ell, J., repairs to imple- 

ents 

fjloway, A. E., livery hire . . . 
1 eve, A., combs, 3 doz. at 1.20, 
doz. at 2.00, % doz. at 2.50; 
laying cards, 1 doz. at 2.50; 
its, 2 at 1.00; baseball gloves, 
at 2.83^; hymnals, 2 doz. at 
35; sundries, 3.10; subscrip- 
on to sundry magazines, 
50; base balls, 3 at 1.25; base 

ill mitts, 1 at 6.00 

fton & Co., Limited, overalls, 
) prs. at 75c, 1 pr. at 95c, 1 
\ at 1.50; hats, 2 doz. at 1.80; 
niforms, 4 at 18.00; coats, 4 
: 1.25; trousers, 2 prs. at 
CO, 1 pr. at 2.50; sundries, 

>c 

nd Trunk Ry., freight 

larges 

y, T. W., & Son, costume 
oth, 100 yds. at 18c, 95 yds. 
; 20c; collars, 1 doz. at 1.50; 

indries, 2.04 

en way, Jas.. cartage 

en, G., services threshing, 19 

-s. at 1.70 

lph Soap Co., soap, 2,607 lbs. 
5c, 130.35; less freight, 

25 

ney Foundry Co., Ltd., iron 

>stings 

nan & Brandle, blacksmith- 
s' 

nan & Klain, blacksmithing 
court, E. H., Co., binding. . 
ris Abattoir Co., Ltd., fertil- 
er, 700 lbs. at 28.50 per ton. 
rison, A. H., ice cream, 12 

s. at 25c 

15 P.A 



310 51 



540 54 

15 25 
1 00 



41 53 



140 55 
29 18 



40 54 
12 00 

32 30 



128 10 


44 10 


13 05 

56 35 

7 16 


9 98 


3 00 



Hartz, J. F., Co., Ltd., medical 
supplies 7 50 

Hewitt, Jas., potatoes, 3 bus. 54 
lbs. at 1.00 8 90 

Ingham, Jas., bread (contract), 
8,564 lbs. at 2V 2 c, 42,931 lbs. 
at 2%c; buns, 40 doz. at 9c. 1,398 30 

Ingram & Bell, Ltd., rubber 
blankets, 4 doz. at 19.20" 76 80 

Jenne, F*ank, potatoes, 4 5-6 
bus. at 1.00 4 84 

Karn, F. W., scissors, 1 pr. at 
1.25; mitts, iy 2 doz. at 3.00; 
jack plane, 1 at 2.50; plow 
points, 6 at 35c; brushes, 6 at 
1.00; binder twine, 200 lbs. at 
10%c; manure forks, 2 at 
80c; mixing pan, 1 at 1.50; 
baskets, 6 at 70c; pails, 6 at 
40c; snow shovels. 12 at 40c; 
roast pan, 1 at 1.75; tea pots, 

2 at 85c, 1 at 1.75; brushes, 6 
at 45c, 6 at 50c; paint, oils, 
etc., 29.00; knives. iy 2 doz. at 
1.00, Mr doz. at 3.00; wringer 
roll, 2 at 3.80; pie plates, 1 
doz. at 1.20; pudding pans, 6 
at 20c, 4 at 75c, 4_at 35c; 
putty, 80 lbs. at 3 y>c.f carvers, 

3 sets at 2.50; seeds, etc., 
69.34; forks, 2 doz. at 1.25; 
shovels, 3 at 75c, 3 at 85c, 5 
at 1.00; hay forks, 6 at 65c; 
milk pails, 4 at 65c; pails, 4 
at 40c; dippers, y 2 doz. at 
3.50; iron, hardware, etc., 
88.60; pruning knife, 1 at 1.0Q; 
bread boxes, 1 at 1.20, 2 at 
1.25; kettles, 5 at 1.90, 3 at 
2.25, 6 at 1.25, 2 at 2.00; sauce 
pans, 5 at 50c; boilers, 1 at 
1.00, 2 at 1.35; spoons, V 2 doz. 
doz. at 3.75, 4 at 1.00, 1 at 
2.00, y_» doz. at 7.00, y 2 doz. at 
6.50; shears, 4 prs. at 50c, 1 
pr. at 1.00; dish pans, 2 at 
85c; meat grinder, 1 at 1.75; 
stock pot, 1 at 3.75; cupboard 
locks, 9 at 50c; butcher 
knives, 4 at 40c; rakes, 2 at 
70c; galvanized wire, 75 lbs. 
at 3c; hoes, 6 at 50c; wire- 
cloth, 31% yds. at 19c; trays, 
1 at 85c, 1 at 1.00 ; raisin 
seeder, 1 at 1.25 385 61 

Karn, W. A., drugs and chem- 
icals 15 65 

Karn, A. G., apples, 6 bags at 
75c 4 50 

Kenny, T., & Co., Ltd., 1,170 lbs. 
tea at 25c, less cartage, 1.00. . 291 50 

King's Printer, distribution sta- 
tionery 51 01 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for Epileptics, Woodstock.— Continued. 

Expenses.— Continued. 



Kirk, Geo., pig food, 1 doz. pkgs. 
at 2.75; hay, 548 lbs. at 25.00 

per ton 9 60 

Kriott, J. H., tuning pianos' 9 00 

Lambton Creamery Co., Ltd. 
(contract), butter, 7,784 lbs. 
at 2414c; 4,368 lbs. at 28i4c 

less cartage, 31.03 3,110 01 

Lefler, E., repairs to vehicles. . 14 84 
Lindsay, W. J., leather, 3 yds. at 
1.50; couches, 6 at 13.00; re- 
pairs to furniture, 10.00 92 50 

McCurdy, J. S., trav. expenses. 7 75 

McDonald, A., apples, 4 bags at 

65c 2 60 

McKay, A., apples, 6 bags at 70c, 

6 bags at 65c 8 10 

McKenzie, J. B., spirits for medi- 
cinal use 9 00 

McKinney, A. J., lumber, etc... 5 69 

McPherson, A., repairs to shoes 31 35 
Martin, W. H., keys, 18 at 10c. . 1 80 

Marshall, E. W., onions, 12^4 
bus. at 1.20; apples, 53 bus. at 
50c, 5 bags at 1.10, 5 bags at 

65c : 50 20 

Meadows, T., interments 15 25 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

printing 6 45 

Millman, P., biscuit, 1,030 lbs. 
at 8%c; eggs, 228 doz. at 28c, 
240 doz. at 20c, 120 doz. at 
23c; tobacco, 22 lbs. at 42c, 
5 lbs. at 43c, 5 lbs. at 41c; 
matches, 1 case at 4.75; rolled 
wheat, 28 bbls. at 3.00; tea, 70 
lbs. at 25c; pepper, 30 lbs. at 
20c, 10 lbs. at 25c; jam, 3,277 
lbs. at 7c; salt, 11 bbls. at 
1.15; prunes, 550 lbs. at 9~y>c, 
400 lbs. at 10c, 685 lbs. at 
liy 2 c; rice, 450 lbs. at 3y 2 c, 
500 ibs. at 3%c; apples, 4 bus. 
at 45c 18 bags at 1.25, 1 bag 
at 3.75, 1 bag at 3.00, 12 bags 
at 1.00, 19 bags at 75c, 2 bbls. 
at 2.50, 1 bbl. at 2.25, 5 bags 
at 1.50; sundries, 113.63; corn- 
meal, 2 bags at 1.80, 1 bag at 
2.35; soap, 1,225 lbs. at 8c, 
1,000 lbs. at 5c, 28^boxes at 
3.65, 1 box at 2.40; sapolio, 12 
doz. at 90c; sugar, 2,500 lbs. 
at 5.90, 1,100 lbs. at 5.65, 2,600 
lbs. at 5.60, 1,200 lbs. at 5.25, 
2,600 lbs. at 5.40, 4 ,500 lbs. at 
5.15, 1,400 lbs. at 4.85; syrup, 
60 lbs. at 4 l-6c; 1,911 lbs. at 
3%c, 1,258 lbs. at 3y 2 c; corn 
starch, 3 doz. at 50c; oatmeal, 
5 bbls: at 4.25, 1 bbl. at 4.50, 
18 bbls. 144 lbs. at 4.65; bacon, 
151 7-16 lbs. at 18c; tapioca, 



157 lbs. at 6%c, 128 lbs. at 
7c, 276 lbs. at 6y 2 c; starch, 
300 lbs. at 5y 2 c, 240 lbs. at 
5%c; ammonia, 9y> doz. at 
75c, Sy 2 doz. at 70c; gelatine, 
2 doz. at 75c; coffee, 121 lbs. 
at 20c, 476 lbs. at 23c; bon 
ami, 12 doz. at 1.15; mustard, 
5 lbs. at 36c, 15 lbs. at 38c; 
candy, 75 lbs. at 9c, 27 lbs. at 
12c; beeswax, 35%*lbs. at 50c 
10 lbs. at 45c; figs, 204 lbs. at 
liy 2 c, 890 lbs. at 5%c, 305 
lbs. at 4%c; washing soda, 
4,050 lbs. at 90c, 450 lbs. at 
85c; canned salmon, 4 doz. 
at 1.50, 4 doz. at 2.00, 6 doz. at 
2.40; brooms, 2 doz. at 3.75, 2 
doz. at 4.50, 2 doz. at 4.75; 
vinegar, 39 gals, at 20c, 39 
gals, at 19c; split peas, iy 2 
bags at 3.00; onions, 10% bus. 
at 1.40; apples, 2y> bags at 
1.50, 2 bags at 1.12%; lard, 100 
lbs. at liyvc, 100 lbs. at 12y 2 c, 
100 lbs. at 13c, 100 lbs. at 14c; 
flour, 47 bags 42 lbs. at 2.60; 
raisins, 20 lbs. at 10c, 84 lbs. 
at 6%c, 28 lbs. at 8c; chloride 
lime, 5 doz. at 75c; cran- 
berries, 20 qts. at 15c; nuts, 
35 lbs. at 15c, 15 lbs. at 12c; 
currants, 168 lbs. at 7 1 /2 c, 80 
lbs. at 7c; washing blue, 24 
lbs. at 16c; geese, 244 lbs. at 
14c; oranges, 20 doz. at 25c; 
turkey, 10 lbs. at 20c; barley, 
1 bag at 2.50, 2 bags at 3.25; 
shoe polish, 6 doz. at 90c, 2 
doz. at 85c; orange maize, 4 
cases at 2.60; brushes, 2 doz. 
at 75c, 2 doz. at 1.00; baking 
powder, 43 lbs. at 15c; butter, 
81 lbs. at 35c, 32 lbs. at 32c, 
30 lbs. at 30c, 90 lbs. at 29c, 
60 lbs. at 27c; potatoes, 14 
bags at 1.80, 452 bags 35 lbs. 
at 1.90, 37^ bags at 1.70, 
18 bags at 1.75; dried ap- 
ples, 265 lbs. at 8c; barley, 

1 bag at 4.00; beans, 7 bus. at 
2.90; lobster, 1 doz. at 2.50; 
molasses, 5 gals, at 30c; 
flavoring extract, 1 pt. at 1.00, 

2 pts. at 90c; canned fruit, 1 
doz. at 3.00, 1 doz. at 3.50; fly 
paper, 1 case at 3.00; plums, 
10 bas. at 35c, 3 has. at 50c, 
2 bus. at 1.15; haddie, 105 lbs. 
at 8c; canned vegetables, 1 
doz. at 1.75, 12 doz. at 1.40, 14 
doz. at 1.00. 1 doz. at 2.00; 
cheese, 15% lbs. at 14c, 22% 



191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



227 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Epileptics, Woodstock. — Continued. 



Expenses. 



lbs. at 16c; seed potatoes, 10 
bags at 2.25;. washboards, 1 
doz. at 2.00; sardines, 1 doz. 
at 1.00; lye, 3 doz. at 90c.; 
cherries, 6 bus. at 1.30, 4 bus. 
at 1.20; soap, 6 doz. at 90c, 120 
lbs. at 8c; corn flakes, 3 doz. 
at SZy 3 c; jars, 3 doz. at 1.20; 
honey, 210 lbs. at 12c 

Milson, D., repairs to fence . . . 

Milson, John, purchase of meat, 
1,316.73; killing cattle, 14.00. 

Munson, Dr. J. P., subscription 
to National Association for 
Study of Epilepsy for 2 years 

Nesbitt, W. H., seed barley, 20 
bus. at 1.10 

Noxon Co., Ltd., repairs to im- 
plements 

Paul, M., musical services .... 

Pepper, J. T., drugs and chem- 
icals, 330.69; toilet paper, 
84.00 

Poole & Co., soda, 540 lbs. at la; 
pears, 5 bus. at 1.25, peaches, 
18 bas. at 75c; jugs, 5 at 28c; 
sundries, 50c; apples, 13 bags 
at 1.00, 1 bag at 1.50 

°ostmasiter, postage stamps, 
60.00; rent of P.O. box, 3.00.. 

Purchase S., trav. expenses 

ilea, E. A., drugs, chemicals, etc 

rloth, John, potatoes, 3 bus. at 
1.00 

Rudd, S. C. & M. W., veterinary 
services, 4.00; stabling privi- 
leges, 15.00 

Sentinel Review, subscription . . 

Simmers, J. A., Ltd., seeds, etc. . . 

Sprackles, J. A., repairs to har- 
ness, etc 

sparrow, Geo. & Co., repairs to 
laundry 

3pramotor Co., repairs to spra- 
motor 

Springfield Stock Farm, seeds . . 



4,078 
6 


87 
60 


1,330 


73 


10 


00 


22 


00 


1 
5 


00 

00 



414 69 



41.55 

63 00 

1 65 

235 88 

3 00 



19 00 

2 50 

63 11 

45 33 

9 00 

1 20 

67 75 



Continued. 

Sullivan, Jno., blacksmithing . . 20 80 

Sullivan & McGhee, blacksmith- 
ing 34 05 

Sundry newspapers, advertising 38 90 

Sundry persons, manure 179 50 

Sutherland, J. J., stationery 45 12 

Tree, E., hay, iy> tons, at 22.00 33 00 

Thompson, J., potatoes, 6 9-60 
bus. at 1.00 6 15 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., re- 
pairs to typewriter 6 00 

Walton, J. H., services filling 

silo, 20 hrs. at 150 30 00 

Waterson, E. L., ham, 47 lbs. at 
16c, 66% lbs. at 17c, 62y 2 
lbs. at 19c; bacon, 49 lbs. at 
16c, 248% lbs. at 17c, 432% 
lbs. at 19c : ' 162 87 

Weld, Wm., Pub. Co., subscrip- 
tion to Farmers' Advocate . . 1 50 

White, Jno. & Co., Ltd., mangle 
linen, 10 yds. at 35c; yarn, 
9Mj lbs. at 70c; cretonne, 5 
yds. at 50c; tapestry, 3 yds. 
at 78c; shades, 49, 30.91; 
scrim, 94y 8 yds. at 22c, 12 
yds. at 30c, 44 yds at 57%a; 
sundries, 6c; ^sheeting, 50 ■ 
yds. at 23c, 53y 2 yds. at 30c; 
rug, 1 at 33.00; mats, 6 at 
2.00; curtains, 1 pr. at 2.00, 1 
pr. at 3.00 173 12 

Williams, J. J., trav. expenses . . 9 60 

Woodroofe & Son, repairs to 
clocks 1 80 

Woodstock Electric Light Sys- 
tem, electric current 926 17 

Woodstock Express Printing Co., 
printing, ,7.25; subscription, 2 
years, 7.50 14 75 

Woodstock Waterworks, water 
rates 1,750 00 

Woodstock Wagon Mfg. Co., 

Ltd., repairs to vehicles 12 60 

Wyles & Knight, paper disks for 
watchman's clock, 1,000 at.. 15 0ft 



Central Prison. 



.Salaries ($36,335.49) 

. T. Gilmour, M.D.: Twelve months' salary as Warden 2,750 00 

> E. Gardiner: do Deputy Warden 950 00 

P. W. Lyons: do Sergeant 950 00 

^. Jaffray: do Bursar 1,350 00 

fVm. Arthurs: do Storekeeper 1,000 00 

V. C. Lundy: do Clerk 750 00 

V. Sloan, M.D.: Nine do Physician 750 00 

as. Algie, M.D. : Three do do 262 50 

3. A. Hammond : Twelve do Plumber 900 00 

^"m. Crackle: do Mason 700 00 

Vm. Greene: One do Asst. Farmer 27 50 



228 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Central Prison. — Continued. 

Salaries.— Continued. 



Arthur Chambers: Four months' salary asAsst. Farmer 

Wm. Robertson : Twelve do Cook 

Wm. Hill: do Janitor .. 

Guards: 

Temporary Assistance: 



265 

800 00 

540 00 

24,241 82 

98 67 



Expenses ($44,580.84). 



Anderson-Macbeth, Ltd., hats, 
30 at 3.00; fur caps, 7 at 6.00 

Appleby, J. H., chickens, 1 pair 

Art Metropole, art materials .... 

Armstrong, P., Co., Ltd., plumb- 
ing supplies 

Ashdown, J., baskets, 1 at 3.00; 
hampers, 4 at 10.00 

Authors & Cox, truss 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
38.75; rent of instruments, 
149.47 

Belle Ewart Ice Co., ice 

Ben Hur Mfg. Co., Ltd., hampers 
10 at 2.34 

Bingham, G. A., drugs, chem- 
icals, etc 

Blake, W. E., & Son, Ltd., scapu- 
lars, 1 gro. at 4.80; rosaries, 
1 gro. at 4.80; candles, 12 sets 
at 18c, 6 sets at 45c 

Boechk Brush Co., Ltd., brushes, 
% doz. at 4.59, % doz. at 3.24, 
4 doz. at 2.16 

Britnell, A., books 

Brock, W. R., Co., Ltd., cotton, 
63% yds. at liy 2 c, 115% yds. 
at 10c; cocoa mats, 1 doz. at 
23.50; butter cloth 222 yds. at 
4Vjc; linen, 62 Ms yds. at 
37M.»c; underwear, 6 doz. at 
6.75, 24 doz. at 7.50; mitts, 
4 doz. at 2.40, 6 doz. at 2.25, 
less discounts, 5.57 

Brown, S., repairs to vehicles.. 

Burrow, Stewart & Milne Co., 
Ltd., scales 

Bursar, to pay sundries 

Burns, P. & Co., coal, 62 tons 
200 lbs. at 3.50 

Bryan, John, allowance for rent 
in lieu of house 

Cairns, B., rubber stamp 

Canada Customs, duty charges 

Can. Express Co. express 
charges 

Canadian Consolidated Rubber 
Co., rubber boots, 2 prs at 3.25 

Canadian Medical Association 
subscription 

Canadian General Electric Co., 
Ltd., Electrical supplies 

Canadian Pacific Ry., freight 
charges 



132 00 
1 60 
1 70 


2 00 


43 00 

8 00 


188 22 
386 37 


23 40 


99 84 



14 52 



12 55 
4 50 



313 82 
19 55 


4 65 

5 66 


217 35 


300 00 
1 65 
1 12 


34 86 


6 50 


5 00 


10 50 


2 94 



Canadian Paint Co., Ltd., paints 
and oils 

Canadian Printing Co., printing 

Canadian Pacific Ry. Co's Tele- 
graph messages 

Cane, Wm. & Son, Ltd., night 
buckets, 205 at 40c; extra 
covers, 100 at 15c, less freight, 
1.42 

Carswell Co., Ltd., books 

Caulfield, Burns & Gibson, Ltd., 
shirts, 15 1-12 doz. at 6.50; 
coats, y 2 doz. at 15.00'; pants, 
% doz. at 10.50 

Central Prison Farm, butter, 42 
lbs. at 20c, 1,213 lbs. at 21%c; 
carrots, 15 bags at 50c; cows, 

1 at 60.00; potatoes, 705 bus. 
at 75c; bags, 15 at 10c 

Central Prison Industries, mitts, 

2 doz. at 2.25; coats, 40 at 2.13, 
12 at 2.15, 46 at 2.25, 70 at 2.20, 
350 at 1.00, 8 at 1.25; braces, 
29% doz. at 2.40; soup dishes, 
100 at 9c, 175 at 10c; caps, 
12 at 30c, 235 at 20c, 50 at 
25c, 22 at 60c; drawers, 557 
prs. at 75c; pants, 525 prs. at 
95c; 1 pr. at 1.60, 1 pr. at 1.55, 

3 prs. at 85c, 50 prs. at 1.20, 44 
prs. at 5.00; pails, 4 at 50c; 
repairs to boots, 823.72; soap, 
6 boxes at 4.00, 59,670 lbs. at 
lc; repairs to buildings, 
157.90; sundries, 30.64; shirts, 
12 at 60c, 345 at 1.00, 54 at 
40c, 32 at 38c; blankets, 326 
lbs. at 33c, 1,317 lbs. at 35c T 
brooms, 2 doz. at 4.00, 2 doz. 
at 3.08, 6 doz. at 3.12; top 
shirts, 100 at 1.00; sox, 94 1-12 
doz. at 2.10, 10 doz. at 1.62, 6 
doz. at 2.25; night buckets, 36 
at 35c; boots, 231 prs. at 1.20, 
51 prs. at 1.35, 9 prs. at 2.00, 
70 prs. at 4.00, 1 pr. at 1.30, 37 
prs. at 1.50, 26 prs. at 1.40; 
clothing repairs, 286.45; time 
in laundry, 742.09; meat cloth, 
1 at 3.13; washing blankets, 
2,510 prs. at 7c; tea cans 6 at 
50c; repairs to harness, 20.44; 
suits, 53 at 20.00; table 1 at 
6.75; caustic soda, 115 lbs. at 
3%c; dippers, 1 doz. at 1.90; 
milk pans, 6 at 30c; repairs to 



16 5( 



866 95 



191112 



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229 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Central Prison. —Continued. 



implements, 4.47; milk pails, 1 
at 1.00; garbage, cans, 1 at 
1.67; towels, 36 at 15c; cans, 

3 at 1.20; pig troughs, 2 at 
6.05; laces, 6 doz. at 30c; 
straw hats, 1 doz. at 1.35; re- 
pairs to vehicles, 50.53; yarn, 
7 lbs. at 40c; overcoats, 9 at 
20.00; mattresses, 3 at 2.25; 
aprons, 6 at 20c, 12 at 30c; 
silesia, 14 yds. at 14c; beds, 2 
at 5.75; dust pans, 2-3 doz. at 
2.70; boxes, 5 at 50c, 28 at 
40c; tank, 1 at 15.00, cow 
sheets, 7 at 70c; towels, 90 at 
15c; boots, 34 prs. at 1.20; 
sheets, 15 prs. at 1.00 8 

Ulancy, M., trav. expenses 

Slendenan, G. W., buggy 

CJlimax Chemical Co., drugs and 
chemicals 

Coleman Baking Powder Co., 
Ltd., baking powder, 15 lbs. 
at 1.61% 

Consumers Gas Co., Ltd., gas... 

Davies, Wm., Co., Ltd., sausage, 
120 lbs. at lie 

Davidson & Hay, sugar, 1700 
lbs. at 5.15, 100 lbs. at 5.55, 
1,600 lbs. at 4.75, 1,200 lbs. at 
4.55, 200 lbs. at 4.95; barley, 
200 lbs. at 3.75, 300 lbs. at 3.85; 
baking powder, 3 doz. tins at 
2.00; prunes, 25 lbs. at 11 M»c; 
evaporated apples, 50 lbs. at 
10%c, 100 lbs. at 7%c, 100 
lbs. at 10%c; currants, 150 
lbs. at 7M.»c, 168 lbs. at 7%c; 
sauce, 5 doz. at 1.90; figs, 90 
lbs. at 4%c; coffee, 200 
lbs. at 25c, 140 lbs. at 
28c; jelly powder, 4 doz. at 
90c; biscuits, 4 tins at 23%c; 
raisins, 28 lbs. at 8c; rice, 600 
lbs. at 3.65, 600 lbs. at 3.98; 
canned vegetables, 14 doz at 
1.65, 2 doz., 1.50, 2 doz. at 1.00, 

4 doz. at 1.05, 4 doz. at 1.35; 
apricots, 25 lbs. at 23c: 
flavoring extracts, 1-6 doz. at 
9.00; pastry spice, 5 lbs. at 
24 V_. c; blacking, 3 doz. at 90c; 
syrup, 759 lbs. at 3M>c, 771 
lbs. at 3%c; tobacco, 240 lbs. 
at 52c; canned fruit, 3 doz. at 
3.02 V,; pepDer, 10 lbs. at 20c, 
30 lbs. at 18c; scrub brushes, 
4 doz. at 1.85; corn starch, 
40 lbs. at 5V_>c; sundries, 3.72; 

detective Pub. Co., subscription 
)om. express Co., express 

charges 

)oyle, M., Fish Co., Ltd., fish, 



Expenses.— Continued. 

1,116 lbs. at 8c, 366 lbs. at 
9c, haddie, 116 lbs. at 9c, 
ciscoes, 45 lbs. at 10c 136 62 

Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co., 

Ltd., repairs to vehicles 6 75 

Ferrier & Co., apples, 3 bbls. at 
4.00, 3 bbls. at 4.25, 4 bbls. at 
4.50, 2 bbls. at 5.00, 6 bbls. at 
6.00, 2 bbls. at 2.75; potatoes, 
100 bags at 1.10, 1 bag at 2.00, 
737 bags at 93c; onions, 7 bags 
at 2.25, 7 bags at 3.50, 6 bags 
at 4.50, 5 bags at 2.00, 4 eases 
at 4.00, 5 cases at 5.00; carrots, 
16 bags at 110, 6 bags at 1.30, 
12 bags at 2.00; turnips, 16 
,527 38 bags at 50c, 12 bags at 75c, 6 

1 00 bags at 90c, 6 bags at 1.25.. 1,089 21 

60 00 Fleischmann, The, Co., yeast, 150 

lbs. at 30c 45 00 

209 25 Gain, Thos., & Son, tissue paper, 

94.10, twine, 6.17 100 27 

Gilmour, Dr. J. T., trav. expenses 77 30 
24 23 Gilmour, Dr. Chas. H., profes- 
525 98 sional services 36 00 

Globe Printing Co., subscription 
13 20 to Dally Globe 1 year 6 mos. 7 00 

Gowans, Kent & Co., Ltd., plates, 
1 doz. at 15.00, 1 doz. at 10.00, 
1 doz. at 12.00, 1 doz. at 5.00; 
tumblers. 2 doz. at 3.20; salt 
cellars, 2 prs. at 1.10; finger 
bowls, 1 doz. at 5.00; crockery, 
glassware, 17.16; saucers, % 
doz. at 4.40; cups, 1 doz. at 
2.90 78 9€ 

Grand Trunk Ry., freight 
charges 35 74 

Grand & Toy. Ltd., stationery . . 37 35 

Great North Western Telegraph 
Co., messagps 3 67 

Gutta Perch a & Rubber Mfg. Co., 
Ltd., 200 ft. hose at 12c; 
couplings, 4 sets at 15c 24 60 

Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd., iron 
castings 28 38 

Halliday. Jas.. purchase of m^at 10,943 84 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., Ltd., blank 

books, etc 86 81 

Harris Abbatoir Co., Ltd.. pork, 
126 lbs. at 10c, 89 lbs. at 
12V'C, 251 lbs. at 10V»c, 99 
lbs. at 9V,c. 126 lbs. at 13c. . . 76 12 

Harris, Dr. \V. H., professional 
services 90 00 

Hartz, J. F., Co., Ltd., medical 
supplies 80 72 

Hill, John, cartage 35 

731 75 Hunt Bros., Ltd., flour (ron- 

1 02 tract) 180 bbls. at 4.70, 557^ 

lbs. at 4 50 3,354 76 

8 29 Hurd, H. E., veterinary services 7 50 

Ingram & Bell, medical supplies 101 42 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Central Prison.— Continued. 

Expenses.— Continued. 



Jaffray, A., allowance for rent in 

lieu of house 300 00 

Jones Bros., repairs to clippers, 
1.00; clippers, 1 pair at 3.50; 
razors, 2 at 1.35; sundries, 
3.00 10 20 

Journal of Criminal Law and 

Criminology, subscriptions . . 3 03 

Journal of Sociology, subscrip- 
tions 4 30 

Kenny, T. & Co., Ltd., tea, 540 
lbs. at 20c, 100 lbs. at 22c, 540 
lbs. at 25c 265 00 

Kilgour Bros., 5,000 tags at 50c, 

wrapping paper, etc, 7:78 10 28 

King's Printer, distribution sta- 
tionery 184 91 

Kinnear, Thos. & Co., sugar, 
1,600 lbs. at 5.55, 1,000 lbs. 
at 5.25, 300 lbs. at 5.95, 1,200 
lbs. at 5.15, 1,600 lbs. at 4.95, 
200 lbs. at 5.35, 1,000 lbs. at 
4.65, 200 lbs. at 5.05; tobacco, 
15 lbs. at 79c, 480 lbs. at 52c; 
prunes, 50 lbs. at lie, figs, 85 
lbs. at 4%c, 66 lbs. at 4y 2 c, 
81% lbs. at 5c; corn starch, 
40 lbs. at 7 1 / 4c; baking powder, 
3 doz. at 2.00; raisins, 28 lbs. 
at 13c, 28 lbs. at 8c, 29 lbs. at 
12c; cassia, 5 lbs. at 25c; 
shaving soap, 6 lbs. at 30c; 
syrup, 1,345 lbs. at 3%c; H. P. 
sauce, 3 doz. at 1.90; matches, 
V2 case at 5.20; mustard, 12 lbs. 
at 40c; sundries, 8.05; rice, 
1,200 lbs. at 3%c, 1,000 lbs. 
at 3.85, 500 lbs. at 4 l-5c; shoe 
polish, 5 doz. at 90c; biscuits, 
24 lbs. at 23%c; evaporated 
apples, 1 case at 5.25; cur- 
rants, 442 lbs. at 8c, 148 lbs. 
at 7%c; barley, 100 lbs. at 
3%c; canned vegetables, 8 doz. 
at 1.00, 10 doz. at 1.30, 4 doz. 
at 1.65, 4 doz. at 1.75; pepper, 
30 lbs. at 18c; coffee, 100 lbs. • 
at 25c; canned fruit, 3 doz. at 
3.25; jam, 60 lbs. at 12c; 
vinegar, 32 gals, at 25c ...... 1,001 79 

Knox & Patterson, blacksmithing 36 76 

Lake, W. H., scrubbing brushes, 
6 doz. at 2.75; salt shakers, 4 
doz. at 60c; frying pans, 1 at 
50c, 1 at 1.75; forks, 2 doz. at 
50c, 1 doz. at. 2.00; pick 
handles, 6 at 20c; saws, 3 at 
1.41 2-3; toilet Clippers, 2 at 
1.75; tumblers, k 2V 2 doz. at 
1.25; 4 doz. at 85c; cups and 
saucers, 9 doz. at 75c; hair 
brushes, 2 at 1.00; cooks' 
knives, 2 at 75c; butter pads, 



6 doz. at 20c; scythes, 1 at 
1.95; razor strops, 2 at 1.50; 
scissors, 2 prs. at 1.25; salt 
cellars, 3 doz. at 60c; sun- 
dries, 16.28; spoons, 6 doz. at 
40c, 1 doz. at 1.10, 1 doz. at 
2.00, 1 doz. at 1.25; tea kettle, 
1 at 1.25; pails, 2 doz. at 4.20; 
baskets, 1 at 1.50, 1 at 1.60; 
combs, 1 doz. at 3.00; razors, 6 
at 1.75, 2 at 1.50; sauce dishes, 
4 at 40c; pilates, 9 doz. at 80c, 
4 doz. at 55c; carvers, 2 sets 
at -2.00; steel, 1 at 1.50; jugs, 
1 doz. at 1.40, y 2 doz. at 2.40, 
% doz. at 3.60; shears, 1 pr. at 
1.00; razor hones, 1 at 1.50; 
knives, 1 doz. at 4.25 

La Rose, P., hay, 1 ton 820 lbs. 
at 15.50, 1 ton 675 lbs. at 16.00 

Leader Pharmacy Co., Ltd., 
drugs, etc 

Lewis, Rice & Son, Ltd., pick 
handles, 1 doz. at 1.96; manure 
forks, V 2 doz. at 11.06 iron 
hardware, 10c; hand cuffs, 4 
prs at 4.90 

Luke, P. E., spectacles, 1 pr. at 
2.50, 1 pr. at 3.00, 1 pr. at 75c 

Lumbers, Jas. Co., Ltd., sugar, 
1,200 lbs. at 5.35, 400 lbs. at 
5.75; shoe polish, 3 doz. at 
90c; shaving soap, 12 lbs. at 
37c; barley, 3 bags at 3.75; 
rice, 1,000 lbs. at 4c; canned 
vegetables, 4 doz at 1.50, 4 doz. 
at 95c, 4 doz. at 1.25; brooms, 
6 doz. at 4.00; figs, 100 lbs. at 
4^4c.; syrup, 1,341 lbs. at 3y 2 c; 
corn starch, 40 lbs. at 7%c..'. 

Lyman Bros. & Co., drugs and 
chemicals, etc 

Lyons, P. W., allowance for rent 
in lieu of house, 300.00; trav. 
expenses 2.85 

Lyons. G. A., hay, 7 tons 806 dbs. 
at 18.00, 1 ton 660 lbs. at 21.00; 
rolled oats, 24 bags at 2.00; 
oat chop, 1 ton at 33.00, 1 
ton at 32.00, 1 ton 34.00, iy 2 
ton 35.00; oats, 50 bus. at 53c, 
125 bus. at 55c, 125 bus. at 
60c; cornmeal, % ton at 40.00; 
bran, 1 ton at 26.00, % ton 
at 27.00, 3% tons at 28.00, Y 2 
ton at 30.00; split peas, 9 bags 
at 2.40, 40 bags at 3.35, 10 bags 
at 3.55; straw, 785 lbs. at 10.00, 
1 ton 1,167 lbs. at 12.00, 1,^15 
lbs. at 13.00; rolled wheat, 15 
bbls. at 2.70, 70 bbls. at 2.80; 
shorts, 500 lbs. at 1.55 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Central Prison.— Continued. 



tcKay, Dr. Alex., professional 

services 

iddocks Bros., repairs to har- 

less 

ill Printing Co., subscription 
to Daily Mail and Empire . . . 
ason, W. W., allowance for 

rent, in lieu of house 

ison & Risen, Ltd., tuning 

)ianos 

thodist Book & Pub. House, 

minting 

cklethwaite, F. W., photo- 
graphs 

chie & Co., Ltd., fruits 

Ijght Directories, Ltd., city 

iirectory 

les, J. B., special services... 
>rton, David, & Sons, Ltd., 

soap, 40 boxes at 2.40 

irray, Edgar A., & Co., roach 

poison, 25 lbs. at 40c 

isson Book Co., Ltd., station- 

3ry 

iGibbon's Drug Store, drugs 

and chemicals ..-...' 

ttional Conference of Chari- 
ties and Correction, annual 

lues 

itional Committee on Prison 
Labor, subscription to Penal 

\Servitude 

liitional Drug & Chemical Co., 

drugs, chemicals, etc 

llrilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 
(rolled oats, 79 bags at 2.40 . . 
rkins, Ince & Co., raisins, 
83 lbs. at 14c, 56 lbs. at 7%c; 
isugar, 600 lbs. at 5.95, 1,500 
lbs. at 5.55, 1,600 lbs. at 5.05, 
600 lbs. at 5.45, 1,000 lbs. at 
4.75, 300 lbs. at 5.15; cur- 
rants, 336 lbs. at 7 3 /4c, 75 
jibs, at 7%c; syrup, 659 lbs. 
at 3^4c., 667 lbs. at 3%c; 
tobacco, 240 lbs. at 52c, 120 
lbs. at 51c; barley, 2 bags at 
13.75; flavoring extracts, 2 
qts. at 2.00; evaporated 
apples, 50 lbs. at lie; tapi- 
oca, 100 lbs. at 6%c; scrub 
(brushes, 4 doz. at 1.75, 2 doz. 
at 1.85; coffee, 106 lbs. at 
25c; canned fruit, 1 doz. at 
,3.25; sundries, 15.53; rice, 
|1,000 lbs. at 3.73, 1,000 lbs. 
at 3.53, 600 lbs. at 3.98; 
[Canned vegetables, 2 doz. at 
11.50, 8 doz. at 1.65, 2 doz. at 
95c, 4 doz. at 1.75, 4 doz. at 
il.40, 4 doz. at 1.00; dutch 
'cleanser, 4 doz. at 90c; bis- 
Icuits, 120 lbs. at 2314c; soap, 



Expenses.— Continued. 

1 box at 4.00, 1 box at 3.60; 
15 00 pepper, 30 lbs. at 18c, 30 lbs. 

at 17c; corn starch, 40 lbs. 

14 60 at 7%c; figs, 120 lbs. at 

6%c; vinegar, 37 gals, at 

10 00 25c; prunes, 25 lbs. at 12c; 

evaporated peaches, 25 lbs. at 

300 00 16c 865 87 

Perrin, F. J., coffee, 200 lbs. at 

2 00 24c, 200 lbs. at 25c, 200 lbs. 

at 28c; pepper, 30 lbs. at 

35 55 18c 159 40 

Pike, D., & Co., Ltd., duck, 2*4 
20 00 yds. at 70c 1 58 

4 70 Postmaster, postage stamps . . 200 00 

Prisoners' Aid Association, reli- 

7 50 gious services 450 00 

65 00 Ramsey, J. G., & Co., Ltd., pho- 
tographic supplies 82 57 

96 00 Remington Typewriter Co., 

Ltd., inspection of type- 

10 00 writers 3 00 

Rennie, Wm., & Co., Ltd., seeds, 

5 90 etc 1 25 

Ridgewood Farm, wagon 75 00 

22 01 Review, The, subscription 1 00 

Sheet Metal Products Co., Ltd., 

soup bowls, 8 doz. at 90c; 

2 52 pails, 4 doz. at 2.53, 1 doz. at 

4.20; mugs, 12 doz. at 1.30; 

less discount, 74c 36 38 

1 67 Shurley & Durrett, twine 8 82 

Shuttleworth, E. B., Chemical 
24 10 Co., Ltd., drugs, chemicals, 

etc 141 31 

189 60 Simmers, J. A., Ltd., seeds, etc 46 00 

Simser,.P., livery hire 3 00 

Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., tow- 
els, 2 doz. at 75c, 2 doz. at 
50c; towelling, 12 yds. at 
15c; spreads, 2 at 3.00; ket- 
tle, 1 at 1.47; gloves, 33 pairs 
at 1.00; leather bag, 1 at 
9.50; sundries, 11.12; sheet- 
ing, 22 yds. at 50c; sauce- 
pan, 1 at 1.15; pot, 1 at 2.75; 
tray, 1 at 2.98; fur cap, 1 at 
6.00; boots, 1 pair at 4.00... 93 27 

Sparrow, Geo., & Co., repairs to 

utensils 159 15 

Spence, D., plants - 87 50 

Spencer, F., temporary services, 

2 weeks 2 days at 20.00 46 66 

Stanners, A. C, spectacles, 20 

doz. at 2.50, repairs, 1.75; 

repairs to clock, 1.50 53 25 

Standard Fuel Co., Ltd., coal, 
976 tons 1,000 lbs. at 2.78, 
240 tons 1,000 lbs. at 3.75, 28 

tons 400 lbs. at 5.60 3,774 47 

Stephenson, T. M., books . 2 10 

Stevens, J., & Son Co., Ltd., 
medical supplies — 28 §1 



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Central Prison. — Continued. 



Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 
seeds 

St. Michael's Cathedral, cab 
hire re religious services. . . . 

Sundry newspapers, advtg 

Sundry persons, services and 
O ood conduct 

Sutcliffe, Jas., hay, 9 tons 950 
lbs. at 15.50; straw, 2 tons 
1,496 lbs. at 7.50 

Toronto Asylum, wyandotte 
soda, 100 lbs. at 2%c; in- 
secticide, 5 gals, at 2.00; 
sprayers, 4 at 75c 

Toronto Electric Light Co., Ltd., 
electric current 

Toronto Street Ry., car tickets 

Toronto Waterworks, water . . . 

Tugwell, H. C, & Co., Ltd., 
photographic supplies 

University of Chicago Press, 
subscription to American 
Journal of Sociology 

Warren & Ell's, baseballs, 6 at 
1.00, 6 at 1.25; catching 
gloves, 2 at 2.50 

West Disinfecting Co., disin- 
fectant, 52 gals, at 1.25 

Willard & Co., cheese, 41 lbs. 
at 16Vic., 40 lbs. at 16M>c, 
44 lbs. at 17c, 41 lbs. at 18c, 
81 lbs. at 15 MsC, 43 lbs. at 



Expenses.— Continued. 

14%c; pork, 46 bbls. at 24.00, 

65 4 bbls. at 27.00, 16 bbls. at 

25.00; eggs, 60 doz. at 26c, 60 

250 00 doz. at 27c, 30 doz. at 28c, 

43 00 30 doz. at 35c, 30 doz. at 40c, 

30 doz. at 24c, 60 doz. at 25c 

369 00 30 doz. at 29c, 60 doz. at 

30c, 30 doz. at 31c, 30 doz. 

at 32c; beans, 32 bus. at 2.25, 

167 46 8 bus. at 2.50, 20 bus. at 2.60; 

turkey, 100 lbs. at 23c; 

apples, 1 bbl. at 2.75, 1 bbl. 

at 3.00, 2 bbls. at 4.00; but- 

15 75 ter (contract), 112 lbs. at 

26%c, 228 lbs. at 23%c; 

50 28 bacon, 286 lbs. at 18c 138 lbs. 

95 00 at 20c, 314 lbs. at 19c; 

531 47 mince meat, 222 lbs. at 8c; 

salt, 10 sacks at 1.10, 25 

34 48 sacks at 50c, 24 sacks at 1.20, 

1 sack at 1.00; lard, 180 lbs. 

at 13c, 50 lbs. at 12%c, 60 

2 28 lbs. at 14c, 180 lbs. at 14 He, 

60 lbs. at 14 Vj., 60 lbs. at 15c; 

ham, 11 y> lbs. at 17c; barrels, 

18 50 14 at 1.00; pickles, 1 pail at 

2.75 2,361 

65 00 Wilson, Andrew, & Co., cigars, 

500 at 10.50 52 

Wing, J. L.. laundrying 69 

Winn, F., livery hire 2 



Central Prison Industries 



Salaries ($15,308.32). 

J. T. Gilmour, M.D.: Twelve months' salary as Warden 500 

O.H.Edgar: do Accountant 1,500 0! 

J. C. Griffin: do Teamster 515 « 

L. J. Linton: do Night Engineer 750 

W. W. Mason : do Engineer 950 

Frank Swallow: Eleven do Machinist 825 

F. W. Slade: One and one-third do do 1 05 5 

A. J. Land : Twelve do do 750 

John Chambers: do Gardener 1,.'00 

John Bryan: do Asst. Gardener 690 

Jas. Graham: do do 6*0 

J. B. Miles: do Foreman. Machine Shop 770 

W. W. Jackson : do Blacksmith 700 

A. H. Baldwin: do Painter CoO 

H.Abel: do Guard Foreman 800 

R.Stewart: do do 770 

P. T. McKay: do do 1,0^0 

Thos. Vinson: Ten do do 690 0! 

T. Robertson : Sev^n do do C02 7 

Jas. Newman: Twelve do Industrial Guard 50 

J. A. Pile: do do 100 

Temporary Assistance: 400 



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Central Prison Industries. — Continued. 



.gnew, J. H., making su ts, 2 
at 15 00, 2 at 15.50; making 
overcoats, 2 at 15.00; making 

trousers, 1 pair at 2.50 

ikenhead Hardware, Ltd., steel 

| hardware, etc 

Lnderson-Macbeth, Ltd., fur 
caps, 7 at 6.00; straw hats, 

i 25 doz. at 1.25 

mglo-Canadlan Leather Co., 
leather, 1,574 lbs. at 29c. . . . 
ntiseptic Bedding Co., mat- 
tresses, 6 at 3.00, 2 at 4.50, 
67 at 1.75, 15 at 6.75, 10 at 
2.00, 3 at 15.00, 1 at 7.50, 2 
at 9.50, 20 at 1.85; pillows, 10 
pairs at 85c, 10 pairs at 
1 2.25, 77 Ms Pairs at 85c, 4 
| pairs at 3.75; bales, 18 at 1.00, 

| 2 at 75c, 5 at 50c 

ult & Wiborg Co., Ltd., paint, 

oils, etc 

aines & Peckover, Iron hard- 
ware, etc 

eal Bros., Ltd., leatner, 2,468% 
lbs. at 27y 2 c, 3,754% at 22c, 
97 lbs. at 33c, 122 lbs. at 
25c ; shoemakers' sundries, 

89.47 

leaver Lock and Brass Works, 

key blanks, % doz. at 1.50.. 

lell Telephone Co., messages, 

1 3.45; rent of instruments, 

156.34 

lerg Machinery Mfg. Co., Ltd., 

I repairs to building 

erlin Oil and Grease Co., 

paint, oils, etc 

ertram, John, Sons & Co., re- 
pairs to machinery 

|ingham, Geo., sponges, 3 at 

75c; chemicals, etc, 6.00 ... 

ingham, W. J., sod, 10 loads 

at 3.00 

laikie, Wm., brass castings, 

etc 

lakely, R. W., elm blocks, 2 

at 2.00 

taeckh Bros. Co., Ltd., brushes, 

% doz. at 1.80, 2 doz. at 4.80, 

1 doz. at 6.00, 2% doz. at 8.10, 

•5% doz. at 4.32, 4% doz. at 

i 5.40, 2 doz. at 7.56, 1 doz. at 

12.43, 1 5-6 doz. at 5.67, 2% 

idoz. at 3.79, 2% doz. at 5.56, 

; % doz. at 5.94, % doz. at 50c, 

% doz. at 19.44, % doz. at 

'•■ 3.93, 1-6 doz. at 2.60, 1-12 

Idoz. at 4.54, % doz. at 20.79, 

% doz. at 1.42 

ooth, Coulter Copper & Brass 
•Co., sheet copper, 46% lbs. at 
I 28c 



Expenses ($83,393.09). 

British American Oil Co., Ltd., 

paint, oils, etc 22 68 

Brock, W. R., Co., Ltd., aprons, 
93 50 1 doz. at 3.50; crash, 754% 

yds. at 10c, 52 yd3. at 18 %c; 
2 41 lining, 94 yds. at 13 %c, 145 

yds. at 18%c, 148% yds. at 
32 %c, 39% yds. at 37 %c, 65 
73 25 yds. at 16y 2 c, 56 yds. at 75c, 

28 yds. at 1.25, 33 yds. at 90c, 
456 46 119% yds. at 15c; thread, 2 

gro. at 5.60; rubber rug, 1 at 
3.25; melton, 3 yds. at 3.00; 
suiting, 7% yds. at 2.50, 7% 
yds. at 2.25, 5 yds. at 2.75, 
6% yds. at 2.00, 68 yds. at 
35c, 3 yds. at 2.40, 3 yds. at 
4.00; cheviot, 3% yds. at 3.00, 
2% yds. at 2.40; canvas, 100 
507 88 yds. at 16 %c, 180 yds. at 9c, 

50 yds. at 9%c, 50 yds. at 
92 35 7%c, 50 yds. at 12%c; awn- 

ing, stripe, 59 yds. at 24c; 
767 00 night gowns, 2 doz. at 6.75; 

pocketing, 67 yds. at 18 %c, 
64 yds. at 15c; trousering, 
13% yds. at 1.50; mitts, 6 
doz. at 2.25; sundries, 66.63; 
1,695 86 beaver, 20 yds. at 3.00; but- 

tons, 21 gro. at 1.40, 1 gro. 
75 at 1.25, 12 gro. at 85c, 12 gro. 

at 1.30, 12 doz at 45c, 10 doz. 
at 90c, 12 doz. at 1.40; cotton, 
159 79 500 yds. at 14%c, 225 yds. at 

9c, 1,449% yds. at 12c, 243% 
15 00 yds. at 10%c, 1,283% yds. 

at 12 %c; sheeting, 122 yds. 
47 60 a t 14%c, 313% yds. at 16%c, 

82 yds. at 17 %c; tweed, 
34 00 633% yds. at 35c, 62% yds. 

at 25c, 303% yds. at 37%c; 
8 25 S erge, 3% yds. at 2.80, 83% 

yds. at 1.50, 32 yds. at 1.35, 
30 00 34 yds. at 2.50, 114% yds. at 

2.65, 2% yds. at 2.25; velve- 
20 08 teen, 14% yds. at 37%c; hol- 

land, 49 yds. at 18 %c, 47 
4 00 yds. at 13%c, 47 yds. at 20c; 

quilts, 40 at 1.00; hose, 2 doz. 
at 3.00, 2 doz. at 2.00; padding, 
41 yds. at 35c: collar velvet, 
2 yds. at 3.50; frieze, 50% 

yds. at 2.28 2,494 59 

Burns, P. & Co., coal, 41 tons 

800 lbs. at 3.50 144 90 

Bursar, to pay sundries 4 13 

Cairns, Bernard, rubber stamps 2 50 

Canada Customs, duty charges 215 07 
163 26 Canada Foundry Co., Ltd., iron 

castings, etc 4 95 

Canada Last Co., Ltd., lasts, 
12 95 40 pr. at 98c 39 20 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Central Prison Industries.— Continued. 



Canada Machinery Corporation, 
Ltd., mortise chisel, 1 at 1.82; 
dovetail cutters, 1 doz. at 13.20 

Canada Metal Co., Ltd., solder, 
50 lbs. at 24% c;, 50 lbs. at 
25c, 50 lbs. at 261,4c; babbit 
metal, 57 lbs. at 50c 

Canada Paint Co., Ltd., paint, 
oils, etc 

Canada Steel Co., Ltd., steel 
bars, etc 

Canada Wood Specialty Co., Ltd., 
broom handles, 7,000 at 18.00, 
3,000 at 19.00, 8,000 at 20.00, 
300 at 7.00; dowels, 1,050 at 
4.00 

Canadian Bag Co., Ltd., paper 
bags, etc 

Canadian Consolidated Rubber 
Co., boots, 3 pr. at 3!00 

Can. Express Co., express 
charges 

Canadian Fairbanks Co., Ltd., 
palmetto twist, 10% spools 
at 1.00; repairs to machinery, 
1.62 

Canadian Feather & Mattress 
Co., Ltd., mattresses, 25 at 
2.00;; pillows, 12 % pr. at 75c 

Canadian General Electric Co., 
Ltd., electrical supplies 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Man- 
ville Co., Ltd., spiral packing, 
4% lbs. at 75c 

Canadian Laundryman, sub- 
scription 

Canadian Northern Ry., freight 
charges : 

Canadian Oil Co., Ltd., paint, 
oils, etc 

Canadian Pacific Ry. Co., freight 
charges 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph mes- 
sages 

Canadian Suspender & Mfg. Co., 
webbing, 2,047% yds. at 8c; 
buckles, 6 grp. at 2.00 

Cartan Plating Co., nickle plat- 
ing 

Caulfield, Burns & Gibson, Ltd., 
coats, 2 doz. at 15.00; under- 
wear, 7 doz. at 4.50; sweat- 
ers, 3 doz. at 12.00 

Chesley Chair Co., Ltd., seats, 1 
at 65c, 201 at 35c; crating, 
1.50 

Clarke & Clarke, leather, 104 
lbs. at 8c 

Consolidated Plate Glass Co., 
Ltd., glass 

Corbin Cabinet Lock Co., locks, 
100 doz. at 44c; sundries, 1.57 

Consumers Gas Co., Ltd., gas.. 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Creelman Bros., repairs to ma- 
chinery . . . . 

15 02 Crescent Silver Co., Ltd., rail 

balls, 2 gro. at 1.15 

Crown Tailoring Co., Ltd., mak- 
ing overcoat 

66 26 Cull, R. S. & Co., gloves, 14 pr. 

at 1.00 

967 29 Davies, Wm., Co., Ltd., fertilizer, 

300 lbs - at 3 - 00 > 200 lbs. at 2.50, 

268 54 10 o lbs. at 10.00, 100 lbs. at 

10.50 per ton ... 

Davis, John, & Son, flower pots 
Delany & Pettit Co., Ltd., green 

oak on tow > 2 > 735 lbs - at 1S ^> Dlack 

349 30 hair) 25 lbs. at 32%'c, 30 lbs. 

i*n o7 at 30c -' & lue > L097 lbs - at 19c ->' 

160 27 excelsior, .2,010 libs, at 21.00 

cwt.; moss, 158 lbs. at 6%c, 

9 00 327 lbs. at 7y 2 c; sand paper, 

•1 ream at 3.38, 9 reams at 

18 95 3.13, 1 ream at 3.61, 1 ream at 

3.&9^ garnet paper, 2 gro. at 
7.00; sundries, 30c 

19 19 Disston, Henry, & Sons, repairs 
1Z 1Z to tools 

Dodge Mfg. Co.,. Ltd., repairs to 

_ q „ 8 machinery 

Dom. Express Co., express 

220 7? charges 

Dominion Paper Box Co., Ltd., 

boxes, 100 at 4c, 150 at 6c, 

o no 50 at 16c, 50 at 12c, 100 at 

5c, 50 at 7c, 100 at 4y 2 c 

■i g Doon Twine & Cordage Co., Ltd., 

broom twine, 298 lbs. at 26c; 

45 47 whisk twine, 15 lbs. at 40c, 

15 lbs. at 45c 

17 85 Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods 

Co., Ltd, re-rubbering wheel, 

293 g6 7.90; sundries, 3.74 

Earle, Bourne & Co., Ltd., cased 

2 52 tubes 

Eaton, Theo. H., & Son, caustic 
soda, 3,519 lbs. at 3%c, less 

175 80 discount, 1.10 

Endean, plants, etc 

18 87 Fogg, Jno., sundries, 53c; brass, 

38 lbs. at 25c 

Frank & Bryce, Ltd., thread . . . 
Fraser, Geo. W., waste, 1,568 lbs. 

97 50 at 8V2C 

Gain, Thos., & Son wrapping 

paper, etc. 

72 50 Galloway, Taylor & Co., iron 

castings, etc 

8 32 Godwin, J., services, 3 days at 

3.00 per diem 

70 48 Gold Medal Furniture Mfg. Co., 

Ltd., webbing, 41 pes. at 1.15; 

45 57 studs, 14 boxes at 85c; gimp, 

392 42 43 pes. at 55c, 14 pes. at 30c; 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued 
Central Prison Industries.— Continued. 



twine, 84 lbs. at 12c, 17 pkgs. 
at 1.20; sundries, 32.10; 
springs, 50 lbs. at 5c, 50 lbs. 
at 7c, 100 lbs. at 6y 2 c 

Goldie & McCulloch Co., Ltd., 
repairs to machinery 

Grand & Toy^Ltd., stationery . . 

Grand Trunk Ry. Co., freight 
charges 

Gutta Percha & Rubber Mfg. Co., 
Ltd., rubber packing, etc 

Hahn Brass Co., Ltd., drawer 
pulls, 100 doz. at 1.27; knobs, 
100 doz. at 77c; toilet screws, 
50 doz. at 45%c; brass hard- 
ware, etc, 93.29; caster rings, 
50 doz. at 77c 

Hamilton Cotton Co., warp, 11,- 
550 yds. at 13%c, 5,330 yds. 
at 5%c, 13,016 yds. at 12Mc, 
1,752 yds. at 51c, less discount, 
124.68 

Hamilton, T. H., & Co., Ltd., 
paint, oils, etc 

Harland, Wm, & Son, paint, oils, 
etc 

Hay & Co., lumber 

Hay, Peter, Knife Co., Ltd., re- 
pairs to machinery 

Heath, Samuel & Sons., Ltd., 
brass castings 

Hees, Geo. H., Son & Co., Ltd., 
springs, 15% lbs. at 6y»c 

Hobbs Hardware Co., Ltd., rose 
bushes, 250 at 15.00 

Hobbs, Mfg. Co., glass 

Howland, H. S. Sons & Co., Ltd., 
iron, hardware, etc 

Inglis, John Co., Ltd., repairs to 
machinery 

Ingram & Bell, Ltd., elastic 

webbing, 11 yds. at 25c, less 

discount, 41c 

Independent Cordage Co., Ltd., 
binder twine, 50 lbs. at 7c, 
50 lbs. at 8c, 50 lbs. at 7%c. 

International Varnish Co., Ltd, 
paints, oils, etc 

Jacobi, Philip, leather, 1,147% 
ft. at 20c, 3.733 lbs. at 27%c, 
151 lbs. at 25c, 106 1/ 2 lbs. at 
55c, 373% lbs. at 35c, 874 lbs. 
at 30c, 111% lbs. at 26y 2 c, 
627% lbs. at 24c; shoemakers' 
sundries, 152.63 

Jardine, A. B. & Co., pipe dies, 
24 at 1.50 

Jennings, A. S., & Co., seeds, 
plants, etc 

Jessop, Wm., & Sons, Ltd., cast 
steel, 332V 2 lbs. at 15y 2 c, 39 
lbs. at 16y 2 c, 67 lbs. at 14%c; 
sundries, 1.48 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Jones, Burton & Co., steel wire 915 *60 
Jones Jnderfeed Stoker Co., 

Ltd., repairs to machinery.. 145 00 
161 98 Kerr, Robert, wool, 12,830 lbs. 

at 26c, 18,950 lbs. at 23c; 

10 90 sacks, 20 at 25c, 148 at 30c, 3 
126 50 at 35c; tallow, 1,499 lbs. at 

6y 2 c; sundries, 10c 7,842 28 

166 07 Kilgour Bros., rope, tags, etc... 2 51 

Kloepfer, C, blacksmith supplies 2 44 

316 71 Lake, Wm. H., iron, hardware, 

etc 2 04 

Larmour, W. W., making 1 suit.- 15 00 
Laurence, W. J., seeds, plants, 

etc 22 00 

Leadley, E. & Co., wool, 2,124 

360 54 lbs. at 23c, sacks, 11 at 30c; 

tallow, 2,874 lbs. at 6%, 2,395 

lbs", at 6y 2 c 841 51 

Leckie, John, Ltd., waterproof 

duck, 3 yds. at 69 2-3c 2 '09 

3,907 57 Lever Bros., soap, 10 boxes at 

-4.05 40*50 

91 05 Lewis, Rice & Sons, Ltd., belt 

lacing, 30 lbs. at 80c, 6 lbs. 

5 70 "at 90c; oster dies, 3 sets at 

373 94 2.88; sand paper, 5 quires at 

32c, 5 quires at 37c; thermom- 

17 02 eter, 1 at 1.50; shovels, % 

doz. at 8.94, y 2 doz. at 9.04; 

136 65 drawer locks, 1 doz. at 2.10, 

% doz. at 5.00, % doz. at 4.50, 

1 02 2 doz. at 3.95; nails, 1 keg at 

2.35, 1 keg at 3.25; trimmers, 

37 50 y 2 doz. at 11.55, 5-12 doz. at 

585 68 10.50; padlocks, y 2 doz. at 

5.00, 1 doz. at 1.60; plug taps, 

1 37 6 at 65c; tacks, 25 lbs. at 8c; . 

die plates, 2 at 2.25, 2 at 2.65, 

19 85 2 at 3.00, 3 at 1.50, 3 at 1.75; 

files, 2 doz. at 1.35; cutting 

nippers, 6 pr. at 3.00; brass 

2 34 butts, 5 doz. ,pr. at 56c; iron, 

hardware, etc., 2,132.51; 
eclipse packing, 5 lbs. at 1.10; - 

11 13 glue, 25 lbs. at 13i/4c; tin, 1 

box at 13.65; horse shoe nails, 
253 94 2 kegs at 3.25; casters, 20 sets 

at 2.45, 50 sets at S^c; rim 
locks, 1 doz. at 2.40; blow 
torch, 1 at 4.20; pipe cutter, 2 
at 1.80; screws, 6 doz. at 35c; 
packing, 6 lbs. at 75c; ma- 
chine taps, 2 at 1.05, 2 at 1.35, 
2,078 33 2 at 1.80; flue cleaner, 1 at 

1.05; rules, 1 doz. at 1.80; 

36 00 drills, 2 doz. at 1.50 2,384 55 

Lyman Bros. & Co., Ltd., chem- 

62 00 icals 3 34 

Lyon & James, Ltd., engravings, 

cuts, etc 24 00 

Lyons, Thos. & Co., broom corn, 
69 20 14,178 lbs. at 5y 2 c, 6,365 lbs. 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Central Prison Industries. — Continued. 



at 6%c, 8,480 lbs. at W 2 c, 
15,302 lbs. at 6VLc 8.251 lbs. 
at 4y 4 c; broom knives, 6 at 
50c; narrow knives, 6 at 40c.; 
squirrel cage winders, 2 at 
19.50; faultless press, 1 at 
12.00; locks, 48 gro. at 27c, 
60 gro. at 33c; pounders. 6 at 
75c; sewing cuffs, 6 at 3?c; 
hand scrapers, 3 at 75c: cylin- 
der scraper, 1 at 22.50; cuff 
irons, 6 pr. at 10c 

Mack, Ed., Ltd., suit 

Maloney, Jno., gravel, 3 loads 
on 3.00 

Manton, T., plants, seeds, etc.. 

Marshall Sanitary Mattress Co., 
Ltd., mattress, 2 at 20.00, 2 
at 20.40 

Mercer Reformatory, making 
dresses, 26 at 75c; making 
petticoats, 26 at 20c; making 
shirts, 428 at 10c 

Meyer Bros., caustic soda, 600 
lbs. at 3V»c; zinc, 43 1/> lbs. 
at 13%c 

Miller & Sons, seeds, plants, etc 

Mitchell, Jno. J. Co., American 
Tailor and Cutter, subscrip- 
tion 

Morrison, Jas., Brass Mfg .Co., 
Ltd., plumbing supplies 

Muir Cap Co., cap peaks, 12 doz. 
at 50c 

Muldoon, J., building supplies 

McArthur, J. D., shoes, 14 pr. at 
4.00 

McLaren & Dallas, boots, 82 pr. 
at 2.80, 1 pr. at 4.00, 15 pr. at 
3.00, 25 pr. at 1.25, 420 pr. at 
1.35, 1 pr. at 1.10; oil packs, 
6 doz. at 20.00; sox, 5 doz. at 
4.50; sundries, 1.77, less dis- 
count, 14.53 

National Machinery & Supply 
Co., Ltd., repairs to machin- 
ery 

Nisbet & Auld, suiting, 3% yds. 
at 2.25; panting, 2% yds. at 
1.25; broadcloth, iy 2 yds. at 
1.85; cheviot, 4V 8 yds. at 2.60, 
4% yds. at 3.00; beaver, 2% 
yds. at 3.75, 2% yds. at 4.00, 
less discount, 1.97 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., wheel, 
1 at 1.45; label holders, 2 doz. 
at 2.00 

Ogilvie, Thos. & Sons, coating, 
5% yds. at 3.00, 3% yds. at 
2.25, less discount, 1.26 

Ontario Lime Association, Ltd., 
lime, 1,000 lbs. at 40c; ramsay 



Expenses.— Continued. 

squares, 500 at 32.50 per m.; 

cartage, 90c 21 15 

Ontario Malleable Iron Co., Ltd., 

castings, 2,782 lbs. at 5c; 

bags, 1.35 140 45 

Ontario Rubber Co., crutch tips, 

1 gro. at 6.00, 2 doz. at 70c. 7 40 

Ontario Soap & Oil Co., lard oil, 

445 gal. at 60c; engine oil, 83 

gal. at 35c 296 05 

Onward Mfg. Co., washers, 30 
2,955 52 sets at 40c, less discount, 24c 11 76 

22 50 Paine, John B. Co., Ltd., laundry 

supplies 155 27 

9 00 Parsons, C, & Son, Ltd.. leather, 
230 00 1,012 lbs. at 29c, 1,466% lbs. 
at 22c, 301 lbs. at 25c; shoe- 
makers supplies, 10.83 702 24 

g0 80 Paterson Mfg. Co., Ltd., refined 

tar, 2 bbls. at 5.00 10 00 

Peerless Leather Co., leather, 295 
ft. at 1.00; Spanish gimp, 

67 50 i' 000 y ds - at l%c-» less ac- 
count, 5.14 436 23 

Peters & Cain, lumber, etc ... 2,653 35 

26 98 Pilkington Bros., glass 44 73 

260 91 Plastics, Ltd., engine room sup- 
plies 16 83 

Poison Iron Works, Ltd., repairs 

7 m to boiler 5 92 

Postmaster, postage stamps ... 66 00 
109 in Rathbone, Geo., Ltd., lumber.. 69 22 

1V4 w Reeves Pulley Mfg. Co., Ltd., 

fi a bushings, etc 2 27 

r JU Reid, Geo. & Co., repairs to ma- 

23 70 chinery 91 38 

Robertson, James Co., Ltd., 

56 00 plumbing supplies 21 81 

Roehrs, Julius, Co., plants, etc. 60 00 
Roofers Supply Co., Ltd., tinned 

nails, 12 lbs. at 8c 96 

Roseboom, W. L. & Co., locks, 48 

gro. at 24c 11 52 

Rudd Paper Box Co., Ltd., 

1,007 69 paper boxes, etc 25 25 

Russell, J. S., soutache, 87 yds. 

at 21c, less discount, 4.56.. 13 71 
16 38 Russill Hardware Co., Ltd., 
chair seats, 3 doz. at 96c, sun- 
dries, 45c 3 33 

Sadler & Howanth, leather belt- 
ing 93 84 

Sand & Supplies, Ltd., sand, 4 

cubic yds. at 90c 3 60 

58 81 Sanderson, Percy & Co., Ltd., 

paint, oils, etc 35 11 

Seybert, The, Co., making 
5 45 shirts, 51% doz. at 1.20; mak- 

ing pants, 46 5-6 doz. at 1.00. . 108 83 
Sheet Metal Products Co., Ltd., 

24 06 sheet iron, etc 35 99 

Shurly & Derrett, Ltd., twine, 
222y 2 lbs. at lie, 25 lbs. at 






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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Central Prison Industries. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



22c, 150 lbs. at 16c., 22 lbs. at 
lTUc, less discount, 55c 

Simmers, J. A., Ltd., seeds, 
plants, etc 

Simpson, R. Co., Ltd., carpet, 

1 rem. at 2.25, 1 rem. at 2.00, 

2 yds. at 1.75, 2 yds. at 1.40, 
18 yds. at 55c, 4 yds. at 1.25; 
serge, 16 2-3 yds. at 3.00, boots, 
11 pr. at 4.00, 1 pr. at 3.95, 1 
pr. at 3.99, 1 pr. at 4.50; gloves, 
13 pr. at 1.00; chair, 1 at 3.60: 
paint, oil, etc., 4.10; sundries, 
38c 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., re- 
pairs to machines 

Smith Falls Malleable Castings 
Co., Ltd., iron castings, etc... 

Smith, John B. & Sons, Ltd., 
lumber, etc 

Standard Foundry Co., iron cast- 
ings 

Standard Fuel Co., Ltd., (con- 
tract) coal, 871 ton 700 lbs. at 
3.73, 1.109 tons 1,900 lbs. at 
2.78, 25 tons 400 lbs. at 4.70, 
747 tons 500 lbs. at 3.75, 25 
tons 600 lbs. at 6.00; slabs, 
16V 2 cord at 3.75 

Standard Ideal Co., Ltd., table 
tops, 916 at 2.05, less discount 
and freight, 89.64 

Steel Co. of Canada, Ltd., broom 
wire, etc 

Steele Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 
seeds, plants, etc 

Stewart. A. M., services re ad- 
justment Taylor-Scott con- 
tract 

Stewart, Roy, services 3 weeks 
at 16.00 per week 

Stewart & Wood, paint, 'oils, etc. 

Stone, Ltd., broom labels, 21,150 
at 1.35 

Sundry newspapers, advertising 

Sundry persons, services and 
good conduct 

Sur-Coat Mfg. Co., Ltd., sur- 
coat, 400 lbs. at 12c 

Taylor Forbes Co., Ltd., iron 
castings 

Taylor, Scott & Co., paint, oils, 
etc 



79 28 
89 04 



152 97 

14 70 

1,964 38 

116 88 

122 41 



9,469 


90 


1,807 


ee 


77 


17 


142 


2S 



»o0 00 



48 
21 


00 
Ml 


28 
16 


55 
N 


842 


25 


48 


00 


163 


69 


25 


60 



Taylor, Scott & Co., amount de- 
termined as compensation for 
non-fulfilment of contract by 
Province 21,068,03 

Thorne, L. E. C. services re ad- 
justment Taylor-Scott con- 
tract 50O 00 

Toronto Asylum, suet, 4,513 lbs. 

at 2%c, 4,777 lbs. at 4fcc. 326 32 

Toronto Street Ry. Co., car 
tickets 50 00 

Toronto Water Works, water.. 531 50 

Totty, Chas. H., seeds, plants, 
etc 28 50 

Trees, Samuel & Co., Ltd., har- 
ness sundries. 214. IS: harness 
leather, 33^. lbs. at 75c. 902*4 
lbs. at 38c, 11 13-16 lbs. at 55c, 
46 lbs. at 20c 597 77 

Turner, John & Son, coilers, 
14 at 1.90; guides, 6 at 60c, 
6 at 55c, 6 at 50c 

Twin City Oil Co., paint, oils, 
etc 

Victor, A. J. & Co., making 
pants, 1 dos. at 1.00; making 
shirts, 1 doz. at 1.20 

Victoria Paper & Twine Co., 
Ltd., paper, 2,138 lbs. at 4%c 

Vokes Hardware Co., Ltd., 
casters, 1,000 set at 15.15; belt 
laces, 3 lbs. at 85c; iron, hard- 
ware, etc, 92.39; nails, 1 keg 
at 2.50, 1 keg at 3.35 252 29 

Wadsworth, John A., making 
and trimming suit, 15.00, 
making and trimming trous- 
ers, 2.50 17 50 

Wallace, P. B. & Son, leather, 
593% lbs. at 25c. 202 lbs. at 
30c, 1,109^ lbs. at 22^c. 429 
lbs. at 26c, 9471- i Ds . at 28c; 
shoemakers' sundries 12.88 . . 848 40 

Wase, B. & Son, tile, 405 at 

6.00 24 30 

West, Taylor & Bickle Co., Ltd., 
sample brooms 2 3? 

Williams Machinery Co., Ltd., 
repairs to machinery 8 20 

Wilson, Monroe Co., Ltd., paste, 

50 lbs. at 10c 6 00 



36 


50 


55 


78 


I 


20 


90 


87 



Mercer Reformatory. 

Salaries ($13,688.59). 

Emma O'PulUvan: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent l,fiOO 00 

Lucy M. Toad: do Penrtr Superintendent 6"0 00 

Jno. S. Kir*. M.D.: do Phvsician 801 00 

Thos. McKenzie: do Bursar 1,400 00 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Mercer Reformatory.— Continued. 



Bertha Boland: Twelve months' 

W. B. Growoock: 

Chas. Macklin: 

Jas. Kelly: 

G. R. Laing: 

Robert Wheeler: 

Thos. Cullen: Eight 

Wm. Gaston: Twelve 

Win. McGee: 

Chief Attendant: 

Attendants: 

Cooks: 

Laundresses: 

Temporary Assistance: 



Salaries.— Continued. 

salary as Stenographer 480 00 

do Messenger 527 41 

do Gardener 650 00 

do Engineer 800 00 

do Assit. -Engineer 700 00 

do Stoker 600 00 

do Asst. Gardener 315 84 

do Carpenter 600 00 

do Night Watch 600 00 

: 420 00 

2,205 34 

600 00 

660 00 

80 00 






American Prison Association, 
annual dues, 2 years 

Armstrong, Fred Co., Ltd., 
plumbing supplies 

Atteaux Dyestuff & Chemical 
Co., Ltd., wyandotte, 11,200 
lbs. at 1.75; sal soda, 225 lbs. 
at 80c; ammonia powder, 519 
lbs. at 2.90 

Austin, J. A., drugs, chemicals, 
etc 

Beardmore Belting Co., Ltd, 
leather belting 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
1.00; rent of instruments, 
110.83 : 

Belle Ewart Ice Co., ice, 784 
cwt. at 15c 

Birmingham Brass & Mfg. Co., 
locks, 4 at 1.50, 1 at 2.50 

Blake, W. E., & Son, Ltd., 
candles, 12 sets at 25c, 6 sets 
at 45c; sundries, 25c 

Boeckh Bros., Co., Ltd., brushes, 
13 doz. at 2.40, 2 doz. at 1.80; 
whisks, 2 doz. at. 2. 65; brooms, 
1-6 doz. at 8.40, 4 doz. at 5.63; 

: wash boards, 1 doz. at 1.10; 
pails, 1 doz. at 3.00 

Briggs, Wm., sheet music 

Brock, W. R. Co., Ltd., batts, 
2 bale at 7.50; crash, 116 yds. 
at 6y 2 c, 205 yds. at 10c, 39 
yds. at 13y>c; pillow cotton, 
31% yds. at 17y 2 c; tafcle oil, 
1 pr. at 2.40; towling, 77% 

• yds. at 18%c; warp, 4 bundles 
at 1.40; dress goods, 15 yds. 
at 60c; table dloths, 2 at 4.00; 
thread, 2% gru. at 5.60; sheet- 
ing, 64 yds. at 27y 2 c, 40 yds, 
at 32c, 32 yds. at 25c, 32 yds. 

, at 26c; duck, 16 yds. at 65c; 

,' combs, 6 doz. at 65c, 3 doz. at 
75c; cotton, 140 yds. at 16c, 

. 66 yds. at 14y 2 c, 73y 2 yds. at 



Expenses ($18,532.26). 

15c; cheese cloth, 56 yds. at 

10 00 4y 2 c; linoleum, 32 yds. at 

80c; table linen, 32 yds. at 

3 15 55c; print, 260 yds. at 7%c; 

sundries, 28.87 316 

Burger, R., candy, 5 lbs. at 60c, 

7 lbs. at 50c * 6 50 

Burns, P. & Co., (contract) 28 

212 85 tons 70 lbs. at 6.45, 886 tons 

270 lbs. at 4.70, 202 tons 925 

16 96 lbs. at 4.85, 29 tons 1,050 lbs. 

at 7.00, 1 ton 1,350 lbs. 'at 7.50; 

12 18 slabs, iy 2 cords at 6.00 5,555 83 

Bursar to pay sundries 17 58 

Cairns, Bernard, rubber stamps, 
111 83 65c; carbon paper, 1,000 

sheets at 20.00 20 65 

117 60 Cairo Bros., oranges, 1 case at 

3.75, 18 doz. at 40c, 16 doz. 

8 50 at 30c; pineapples, 1 case at 

3.00; pears, 3 baskets at 75c; 

berries, 11 boxes at 12 ^c, 27 

5 95 boxes at 10c; sundry fruits, 

31.36 '.. 56 44 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville 

Co., Ltd., packing, 4 lbs. at 1.25 5 00 
Canadian Laundrman, subscrip- 
tion 1 00 

68 12 Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., 

1 20 paint, oils, etc 40 67 

Canadian Printing Co., printing 15 39 
Catholic Record, subscription.. 3 00 
Central' Prison Industries, boil- 
er compound, 6 bbls. at 2.50; 
bake pans, 1 doz. at 3.00; 
boots, 102 pr. at 1.20; bedding 
plants, 1,200 at 5c; repairs to 
furniture, 2.10; repairing 
boots, 8.10; repairs to build- 
ings, 8.65; regulation suits, 8 
at 20.00; overcoats, 2 at 20.00; 
trousers, 8 pr. at 5.50; sun- 
dries, 5.73 471 48 

Chellew, Richard, hay, 1 ton 

150 lbs. at 23.00 24 72 

City Dairy Co., Ltd., milk, 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Mercer Reformatory.— Continued. 



779^4 gals, at 25c, 627 gals. 

at 20c, 123 gals at 26c 

>leman Baking Powder Co., 
Ltd., baking powder, 120 lbs. 

at 13y 2 c 

msumers' Gas Co., Ltd., gas. . 
suiter Transfer Co., rent of 

horses 

allyn, Jardine & Co., Wyan- 
dotte soda, 11,200 lbs. at l s /ic 
avenport, G. E., electrical re- 
pairs 

ivies, Wm. Co., Ltd., fertilizer, 
100 lbs. at 3.00, 600 lbs. at 

2.00 

ividson & Hay, Ltd., raisins, 
56 lbs. at 81/2C, 28 lbs. at 15c; 
shelled allmonds, 5 lbs. at 35c; 
syrup, 773 lbs. at 3%c, 1,128 
lbs. at 3%c; barley, 1 bag at 
3.85; macaroni, 25 lbs. at 9c; 
pearline* 2 cases at 3.90; 
tapioca, 25 lbs. at 7c; sugar, 
100 lbs. at 5.65, 200 lbs. at 
5.35, 100 lbs. at 4.95, 200 lbs. 
at 5.05, 100 lbs. at 4.65; sa- 
polio, 14 gro. at 11.30; baking 
powder, 2 doz. at 2.30; 
prunes, 25 lbs. at 9%c; wash- 
ling blue, 216 (lbs. at 17c; 
flavoring extract, 4 pts. at 
1.00; jello, 2 doz. at 90c; putz 
[cream, 3 doz. at 1.90, 3 doz. at 
2.00; canned vegetables, 2 doz. 
at 1.00; salt, 1 bbl. at 1.50; lye, 
2 doz. at 90c; sundries, 12.60 
iwson, Wm., & Sons, subscrip- 
tions to sundry magazines... 
)m. Express Co., express 

charges 

Dyle, M., Pish Co., Ltd., 823 

libs, at 9c 

iton, T., Co., Ltd., clocks, 3 at 

1 75c; sundries, 50c 

jiwardsburg Starch Co., Ltd., 

Istarch, 3,600 lbs. at 5V 2 c 

Iigineering Specialties Co., gas- 
ket, 1 at 4.60; repairs to uten- 
sils, 4.35 

prrier & Co. (contract), pota- 
toes, 290 bus. at 93c; apples. 
1 1 bbl. at 4.50; onions, 1 sack 

|at 4.00 : 

lleishmann, The, Co., yeast, 

>J3 lbs. at 32c, 67 lbs. at 30c. . 

illagher & Co., fish, 1,202*4 

lbs. at 12c, 15 lbs. at 10c 

'jobe Printing Co., subscription 

jto Daily Globe 

't>dard, W. P., repairs to furni- 
ture 

' K>dfellow, J., cab hire 

Taham Ice Co., ice 



16 
,065 


15 
61 


12 


70 


196 


00 


4 


75 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., stationery. . . 22 10 
352 31 - Grand Trunk Ry., freight 

charges 4 24 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., messages 25 

Halliday, Jas., purchase of meat 2,113 45 
Harcourt, E. H., Co., Ltd., print- 
ing, etc 22 91 

Hartz, J F., Co., Ltd., medical 

supplies 4 50 

Hobbs, Samuel, glass, 2.76; 
shovel, 1 at 1.15; brushes, 4 
at 1.10, 2 at 1.40, 2 at 95c; 
belt laces, 2 lbs. at 1.50; paint, 
oils, etc., 1.25; solder, 5 lbs. at 
15 00 40c; iron, hardware, etc., 

14.01 

Hunter, Wm., expenses captur- 
ing eloper 

Hunt Bros., Ltd. (contract), 

flour, 130 bbls. at 4.50 

Imperial Varnish & Color Co., 
Ltd., 1,316 lbs. at 5%c; less 

discount, 2.17 

Johnson, D., repairing locks . . . 
Kennedy, J. H., repairs to har- 
ness, 14.80; repairs to vehicles, 

4.10; robe, 1 at 8.00 

Kenny, T., & Co., Ltd., tea, 540 

lbs. at 25c 

King's Printer, distribution sta- 
tionery 

Lake, Wm. H., salt cellars, 4 at 

25c; scoops, 6 at 40c; ewers, 

3 at 35c; vegetable dishes, 6 

at 55c; tumblers, 3 doz. at 

213 70 80c; chambers, 6 at 30c, 6 at 

35c; soap dishes, 4 doz. at 

18 32 1.20; wash basins, 3 at 35c; 

garbage can, 1 at 1.00; sauce- 

40 pans, 2 at 65c; kettles, 1 at 

1.50, 1 at 1.45; iron, hardware, 

74 07 etc., 5.45 30 60 

Lake Simcoe Ice Supply Co., 

2 75 Ltd., ice 73 23 

Lawrason, S. P., & Co., washing 
198 00 soda, 560 lbs, at l%c; less 

freight, 1.50 8 30 

Leflar, J. H., livery hire 4 50 

8 95 Lewis, Rice, & Son, Ltd., rain- 

bow packing, iy 2 lbs. at 90c; 
leather belting, 50% ft. at 
30c; eclipse packing, 4y 2 lbs. 
278 20 at 1.25; lawn mower, 1 at 

12.50; chain fasteners, 2 at 
21 06 1.62; iron, hardware, etc., 

, 17.46 60 66 

145 77 Luke, P. E., spectacles, 2 doz. at 

1.50, 2 pr. at 2.75, 1 pr at 

5 00 2.50, 1 pr. at 3.00 14 00 

Lyons, Geo. A., rolled oats, 2 
27 52 bags at 2.00; split peas, 5 bbls. 

20 00 at 3.35; hay, 535 lbs. at 19.00, 

18 45 1,270 lbs. at 20.00, 551 lbs. at 



33 


27 


3 


00 


585 


00 


70 
10 


22 
50 


26 


90 


135 


00 


2 


76 



240 



PUBLIO ACCOUNTS. 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Mercer Reformatory. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



23.00, 595 lbs. at 25.00, 1,265 
lbs. at 26.00; linseed, 30 lbs. 
at 7c, 30 lbs. at; 6c, 80 lbs. at 
8c; rolled wheat, 2 bbls. at 
2.80; flour, 2 bbls. at 6.50; 
straw, 1,886 lbs. at 12.00, 1,565 
lbs. at 14.00, 100 sheaves at 
10c; chop feed, 2,000 lbs. at 
1.70, 2,400 lbs. at 1.65, 1,200 
lbs. at 1.60; bran, 400, lbs. at 
at 1.45, 200 lbs. at 1.30, 500 
lbs. at 1.35 

Mail Printing Co., subscription 
to Mail and Empwe 

Melhuish, A. E., veterinary ser- 
vices 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
printing 

Meyer Bros., wyandotte soda, 
8,400 lbs. at l%c; repairs to 
laundry, 23.03 

Might Directories, Ltd., city 
directory 

Morrison, Jas., Brass- Mfg. Co., 
Ltd., plumbing supplies 

Morton, David, & Sons, Ltd., 
soap, 53 boxes at 2.40 

Muldoon, J., building supplies.. 

Murray-Kay, Ltd., uniform cloth, 
599 yds. at 17V 2 c 

McCartney, O., blacksmithing. . 

McCullough, W. A., hats, 8 at 
2.50; caps, 2 at 5.00; boots, 8 
prs. at 4.00 

McGibbon's Drug Store, drugs, 
chemicals, etc 

National Conference of Charities 
and Correction, annual dues. 

News Publishing Co., Ltd., ad- 
vertising 

Nichols Chemical Co., Ltd., 
washing soda, 2,800 lbs. at 
1.25 

Ogilv'ie Flour Mills~Co., Ltd., 
rolled oats, 12 bags at 2.45... 

O'Sullivan, Mrs. Emma, trav. 
expenses 

Paine, Jno. B., Co., Ltd., wyan- 
dotte soda, 23,800 lbs. at l%c; 
sal soda, 450 lbs. at 80c; cres- 
cent soda, 2,800 lbs at 134c.; 
chloride of lime, 2,211 lbs. at 
2V4c; washing blue, 20 lbs. at 
9c; pins, 42 lbs. at 30c; cotton 
duck, 15 yds. at 1.05 

Perkins, Ince & Co., washing 
blue, 144 lbs. at 17c; sugar, 
300 lbs. at 5.15, 200 lbs. at 
5.55 100 lb* *t 5.05, 100 lbs. 
at 5.4*3 200 lbs at 4.75, 300 
lbs. at 4.85. 300 lbs. at 4.45; 
beans, 2 bus at 2.40, 2 bus. at 



238 


09 


4 


00 


2 00 


6 


45 


170 03 


7 


50 


11 


98 


127 
2 


20 
45 


104 83 
54 05 


62 


00 


147 


50 


2 


50 




48 


35 00 


29 40 


49 


90 



535 02 



2.80, 2 bus at 2.90, 2 bus. at 
2.75; cheese, 96 lbs. at 7y 2 c; 
barley, 2 bags at 3.75, 1 bag at 
3.67; canned vegetables, 4 doz. 
at 1.00; rice, 100 lbs. at 3.98, 
100 lbs. at 3.83; salt, 1 bbl. at 
1.45, 1 bbl. at 1.50; corn starch, 
24 pckgs. at 5^c; sapolio, 9 
doz. at 95c, % gro. at 11.30; 
prunes, 25 lbs. at 10c; syrup, 
376 lbs. at 3M>c, 1,502 lbs. at 
3%c; jello, 2 doz. at 90c; 
tapioca, 50 lbs. at 6%c; salt- 
petre^ 112 lbs. at 5%c; mus- 
tard,^ lbs. at 20c; sundries, 
4.80 

Perrin, Fred. J., coffee, 228 lbs. 
at 25c; tea, 357 lbs. at 25c... 

Pike, D., Co., Ltd., putting up 
awnings, etc 

Postmaster, postage stamps.... 

Powley, Geo., Paper Co., Ltd., 
wrapping paper, etc 

Powell, J. T., cleaning carpets. 

Prisoners' Aid Association, cab 
hire re religious services .... 

Robertson, J. Ross, advertising. 

Rochester Lamp Co., wels. lights, 
10 at 35c; globes, 1 doz. at 
1.30, y 3 doz. at 3.25; Lindsay 
mantles, 1 doz. at 2.25, ]/ 3 doz. 
at 3.00, 2 doz. at 2.50; sun- 
dries, 1.80 

Ryan, Wm., Ltd., pork, 117 lbs. 
at 10V 2 c 

Sheet Metal Products Co., Ltd., 
soup bowls, 2 doz. at 90c, 2 
doz. at 1.25; mugs, 2 doz. at 
1.17; soup plates, 2 doz. at 
1.08; pails, % doz. at 2.48; 
sundries, 56c 

Shields, M. E., services as 
trained nurse, 1 week, 1 day, 
at 21.00 

Simmers, J. A., Ltd., seeds, 
plants, etc 

Simpson, Robt, Co., Ltd., boots, 
1 pr. at 3.45; raincoat, 1 at 
12.00 

Sloan, John, & Co., salt, 1 bbl. 
at 1.50, 1 bbl. at 3.00; flavoring 
extracts, 6 pts. at 1.00; raisins, 
28 lbs. at 8c; putz cream, 4 
doz. at 1.90; cheese, 120 lbs. 
at 7c, 72 lbs. at 7V4c; barley, 
1 bag at 3.75; jello, 4 doz. at 
90c; cornstarch, 40 lbs. at 
7 Vic; sugar, 100 lbs. at 5.05, 
100 lbs. at 5.45; currants, 65 
lbs. at 7V&C.; washing blue, 
132 lbs. at 17c; sapolio, 3 
cases at 2.85; syrup, 765 lbs. 
at 3y 2 c, 753 lbs. at 3%c; 



10 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



241 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued- 
Mercer Reformatory. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



rice, 200 lbs. at 3%c; tapers, 
1 case at 4.20; canned vege- 
tables, 2 doz. at 1.00; sun- 
dries, 6.10 

Sparrow, Geo., & Co., repairs to 
range, 1.50; stock pot, 2 at 
4.50 

Spence, D., apples, 1 bbl. at 
2.75, 1 bbl. at 2.25; plums, 3 
bas. at 50c; cherries, 4 bas. 
at 1.^5; peaches, 5 bas. at 90c. 

Stewart, C. J., services as 
trained nurse at 21.00 per 
week 

St. Michael's Palace, cab hire re 
religious services 

Stuart & Foster, Ltd., powdered 
ammonia, 167 lbs. at 3%c. . . . 

Sundry newspapers, advertising 

Talbot & Talbot, laundry nets, 
1% doz. at 10.50 

Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd., iron 
castings, etc 

Taylor, John, & Co., Ltd., soap, 
15,073 lbs. at 6.85, 2 cases at 
4.80 

Temple-Pattison Co., Ltd., den- 
tal supplies . . ._ 

Toronto Electric Light Co., Ltd., 
electric current 

Toronto Hydro Electric System, 
electric current 

Toronto Laundry Machine Co., 
Ltd., repairs to laundry .... 

Toronto Silver Plate Co., Ltd., 
spoons, 2 doz. at 2.30, 2 doz. at 
4.05, 2 doz. at 4.59, 2 doz. at 
1.25 

Toronto Street Ry., car tickets. 



165 40 
10 50 

16 00 



42 


00 


100 


00 


5 
32 


85 

00 


15 75 


26 


W 


,042 


04 


33 


$1 


5 


41 


63 81 


58 61 


24 
55 


33 

00 



Toronto Water Works, water. . . 179 94 

Toronto Weekly Railway and 

Steamboat Guide, subscription 5 20 

United Typewriter Co., repairs 

to typewriters 14 50 

Veterinary Specialty Co., rat ex- 
terminator, 6 lbs. at 1.00 6 00 

Watkins, J. H., & Co., straw, 
13.10; flour, 2 bbls. at 6.50... 26 10 

Watson, Win. C, hay, 1 tori 590 

lbs. at 20.00 25 90 

Willard & Co., Ltd., butter, 
2,038 lbs. at 23%c, 1,006 lbs. 
at 26 7 / 8 c; eggs, 62 doz. at 30c, 
40 doz. at 32c, 18 doz. at 40c, ' 
3 doz. at 42c, 7 doz. at 45c, 
24 doz. at 33c, 56 doz. at 26c, 
24 doz. at 25c, 36 doz. at 24c, 
8 doz. at 27c, 6 doz. at 28c, 
12 doz. at 29c; turkeys, 31 
lbs. at 23c; geese, 32 lbs. at 
15c, 36 lbs. at 17c; bacon, 
113V4 lbs. at 17c, 26 lbs. at 
18c, 96 lbs. at 19c, 10V4 lbs. 
at 21c, 9% lbs. at 20c; cheese, 
15^4 lbs. at 16y 2 c, 12Vt lbs. 
at 17c, 14 V4 lbs. at 17%c, 5 
lbs. at 18c, lltf lbs. at 15%c, 
11 lbs. at 16c, 7% lbs. at 15c, 
17 lbs. at 15V2C.; lard, 20 lbs. 
at 13c, 40 lbs. at 12%c, 40 
lbs. at 14c, 48 lbs. at 14V 2 c, 
28 lbs. at 15%c; ham, 28 lbs. 
at 17c, 10% lbs. at 19c; syrup, 
5 gals, at 78c 950 99 

Williams, L., hay, 1 ton 750 lbs. 
at 14.00 19 25 

Wood, W. Lloyd, drugs, chem- 
icals, etc 5 70 



Total Public Institutions Maintenance $1,313,969.48 



AGRICULTURE. 



Grants : — 

Alfred 

Barrie 

Carrick 

Huron, S 

Richmond Hill 
Seaforth . ... 
Tavistock .... 

Verulam 

Wellington, C. 
1G P.A. 



Pure Seed Fairs ($267.05). 

Services and expenses: — 

12 00 Dorrance, H. A., services at 

22 00 4.00 per diem, 12.00; trav. 

14 00 expenses, 7.10 19 10 

18 00 Hare, J. H., services at 4.00 

14 00 per diem, 4.00; trav. exp., 

17 00 6.60 10 60 

10 00 Porter, W. H.. services at 4.00 

25 00 ppr diem, 12.00; trav. exp., 

22 00 8.90 20 90 



242 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Pure Seed Fairs.— Continued. 



Scarf, W., services at 4.00 per 

diem, 18.00; trav. exp., 20.85 

Schuyler, R., services at 4.00 



38 85 



per diem, 8.00; trav. exp. 

9.60 17 60 

Steckley, J. C, services at 4.00 

per diem 6 00 



Spring Stock Shows ($2,834.30). 



Grants: — 

Alfred 

Arran & Tara 

Arthur 

Barrie 

Bosanquet 

Carrick 

Collingwood Tp 

Comber 

Dufferin Central 

East Luther 

Egremont 

Elmira & Woolwich 

Elma 

Erin 

Esquesing 

Forest 

Fullerton, Logan & Hibbert . . 

Guelph & S. Wellington 

Halton 

Harwich 

Howard 

Kincardine 

Listowel 

Markdale 

Meaford & St. Vincent 

Mount Forest 

North Renfrew 

Nottawasaga and Gt. Northern 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Peel 

Perth 

Proton - 

Seaf orth 

Southern Branch 

South Huron 

South Perth 

South Victoria 



20 00 
45 00 
50 00 
50 00 
2 00 
50 00 
45 00 
16 00 

42 00 
50 00 
32 00 
50 00 
19 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
27 00 

25 00 
50 00 
50 00 
10 00 

43 00 
50 00 
23 00 
50 00 

26 00 
43 00 
50 00 
50 00 
41 00 
50 00 

6 00 
50 00 
29 00 
50 00 



South Woodslee 

Stratford 

Tavistock 

Tiverton 

Toronto Gore 

Walpole 

Wellesley & N. Easthope 

West Flamboro 

West Kent 

Wilmot 

Woodstock 



29 00 
50 00 
50 00 

47 00 
50 00 
19 00 

48 00 
33 00 
50 00 
50 00 
41 00 



Barton, H 

Brownlee, J. F 

Cowie, J. W 

Downey, Geo 

Findlay, A., 

Hamilton, J. A 

Jackson, T 

Kerr, J. A 

Ketcheson, H. L 

Koch, J. S 

McArthur, N 

McPhatter, J. S. A. 

Miller, J. H 

Miller, R 

Morrison, H 

Mossop, W 

Palmer, E 

Patterson, J. M 

Reed, H. G 

Scarf, W 

Smith, R. B. 

Sproule, N. H 

Thompson, E. V 

Whyte, A., 

Wray, G. W 



Services. Expenses. 



10 00 
32 00 



20 00 
12 00 
30 00 

8 00 
12 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
32 00 
12 00 
20 00 
12 00 
24 00 
20 00 
32 00 
14 00 
14 00 
10 00 
12 00 

8 00 
18 00 



15 50 
42 10 
13 60 
4 60 
28 80 

8 75 
24 90 

13 10 

11 85 

14 20 
14 30 

17 95 
26 60 
24 30 

20 30 

12 25 
24 05 
19 30 
34 05 
12 65 

18 55 
10 25 

6 30 

9 55 

21 50 



Special Grants under Sec. 37 ($5,000.00). 



Treasurer: — 
Can. National Exhibition 2,500 00 



Central Canada Exhibition, 

Ottawa 1,280 00 

Western Fair, London 1,220 00 



Additional Grants ($74,993.00). 



Algoma: — 

Bruce Mines 

Central Algoma 

Iron Bridge 

Johnston & Aberdeen 

North Shore , 

St. Joseph Island 
Thessalon 



125 


00 


728 


00 


57 


00 


75 


00 


100 


00 


117 


00 


161 


00 



Brant: — 

Brant South 479 00 

Onondaga 142 00 

Paris 403 00 

Bruce: — 

Arran & Tara 340 00 

Bruce N. & Saugeen 247 00 

Carrick 191 00 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



243 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Additional Grants. — Continued. 



Chesley ........ 

Eastnor 

Hepworth 

Huron Tp 

Kincardine 

Lucknow 

Northern 

Paisley , 

Pinkerton 

I Teeswater 

| Tiverton 

i Underwood 

Wiarton 

jiarleton: — 

I Carleton 

! Carp 

Fitzroy 

I Metcalfe , 

Osgoode , 

pufferin: — 

; Dufferin 

Dufferin Central . 

Luther East 

>undas: — 

Dundas 

Mountain 

Winchester 

|>urham: — 

Cartwright 

Durham West . . . 

Millbrook 

I Orono 

Port Hope ....... 

lgin: — 

Aldborough 

Elgin East 

Elgin West 

Shedden 

South Dorchester 

Straffordville 



ssex: — 

Amherstburg, Anderdon & 
Maiden 

Colchester North 

I Colchester South 

I Comber 

| Essex C 

! Mersea, Leamington & Gos- 

field South 

| Oldcastle 

j Windsor 

j Woodslee South 

jrontenac: — 

! Frontenac 

i Kennebec 

j Kingston Tp 

I Parham 

j Storrington 

I Wolfe Island 

l-lengarry: — 

j Glengarry 

Kenyon 

St. Lawrence Valley 



235 


00 


110 


00 


196 


00 


212 


00 


116 


00 


205 


00 


227 


00 


268 


00 


121 


00 


219 


00 


127 


00 


174 


00 


148 


00 


399 


00 


314 


00 


147 


00 


351 


00 


200 


00 


248 


00 


309 


00 


215 


00 


146 


00 


200 


00 


302 


00 


151 


00 


409 


00 


350 


00 


201 


00 


235 


00 


247 


00 


251 


00 


354 


00 


70 


00 


172 


00 


100 


00 


154 


00 


140 


00 


205 


00 


126 


00 


579 


00 


380 


00 


350 


00 


302 


00 


650 


00 


149 


00 


50 


00 


183 


00 


76 


00 


86 


00 


83 


00 


243 


00 


203 


00 


274 


00 



Grenville: — 

Grenville South 252 00 

Kemptville 248 00 

Merrickville 230 00 

Spencerville 135 00 

Grey: — 

Ayton 132 00 

Collingwood Tp 167 00 

Desboro' 153 00 

Egremont 155 00 

Grey East 147 00 

Grey South 189 00 

Hanover, Bentinck & Brant. . 144 00 

Holland 106 00 

Keppel 81 00 

Kilsyth 219 00 

Markdale 135 00 

Meaford & St. Vincent 184 00 

Normanby 103 00 

Osprey 150 00 

Owen Sound 295 00 

Priceville 108 00 

Proton 180 00 

Rocklyn 149 00 

Sydenham 116 00 

Walter's Falls 149 00 

Haldimand: — 

Caledonia 461 00 

Canboro' 44 00 

Dunnville 189 00 

Haldimand . . ... 233 00 

Southern Branch 116 00 

Walpole 192 00 

Haliburton: — ■ 

Glamorgan 44 00 

Haliburton 126 00 

Minden 150 00 

Halt0n: " 234 00 

Esquesing ^4 «« 

Halton J03 00 

Nassagaweya u* JJJJ 

Nelson & Burlington 157 W 

Trafalgar 291 00 

Hastings: — 

Bancroft «2 00 

Belleville 326 00 

Frankford 325 00 

Madoc 233 00 

Marmora :« nn 

Maynooth 43 00 

Shannonville }" Jj 

Stirling HI 00 

Tweed 263 00 

Wollaston 67 00 

Huron: — 

Bayfield 114 00 

Blyth 160 00 

Dungannon 147 00 

Exeter 215 00 

Howick 139 00 

Huron East 224 00 

Huron West 245 00 

Seaforth 205 00 



244 



rUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Additional Grants.— Continued. 



Turnberry 204 00 

Zurich '..'. 123 00 

Kenora: — 

Dryden 216 00 

Kenora 90 00 

Kent:— 

Camden 133 00 

Harwich 200 00 

Howard 344 00 

Kent East 221* 00 

Kent West 388 00 

Orford 256 00 

Raleigh & Tilbury 163 U0 

Romney 134 00 

Wallaceburg 137 00 

Lambton: — 

Bosanquet 144 00 

Brooke & Alvinston 289 00 

Florence 136 00 

Forest 189 00 

Lambton East 313 00 

Lambton West 412 00 

Moore 288 00 

Petrolea & Enniskillen 365 00 

Plympton & Wyoming 162 00 

Sombra 149 00 

Lanark: — 

Dalhousie 153 00 

Drummond 70 00 

Lanark Tp 181 00 

Lanark North 687 00 

Lanark South 398 00 

Lanark Village & Bathurst . . 233 00 

Maberly 97 00 

Pakenham 179 00 

Leeds: — 

Brockville 800 00 

Crosby North 87 00 

Delta 232 00 

Frankville 214 00 

Lansdowne 195 00 

Lombardy 107 00 

Rear of Leeds & Lansdowne. . 67 00 

Lennox & Addington: — 

Addington 75 00 

Centreville 90 00 

Ernesttown 75 00 

Lennox 336 00 

Lincoln: — 

Abingdon 87 00 

Clinton Tp 200 00 

Monck 96 00 

Niagara Town and Tp 131 00 

Peninsular Central 98 00 

Manitoulin: — 

Billings 214 00 

Gore Bay 345 00 

Howland 125 00 

Manitowaning 148 00 

Providence Bay 109 00 

Middlesex: — 

Caradoc 99 00 

Delaware 119 00 

Dorchester 190 00 



London Tp 120 00 

McGillivray 58 

Middlesex North 140 

Mosa & Ekfrid 198 00 

Parkhill . . . 144 00 

Strathroy 558 00 

Thorndale 143 00 

Westminster 131 00 

Muskoka: — 

Baysville 107 00 

Gravenhurst & Muskoka 266 00 

Medora & Wood 174 00 

Morrison , . . . 81 00 

Muskoka North 368 00 

Muskoka South 790 00 

Stephen & Pratt 237 00 

Stisted 152 00 

Nipissing: — 

Astorville 125 00 

Bonfield 143 00 

Charlton 81 00 

Englehart 130 00 

New Liskeard 395 00 

Nipissing East 361 00 

Sturgeon Falls 281 00 

Verner 213 00 

Norfolk: — 

Charlotteville 184 00 

Courtland 91 00 

Houghton 117 00 

Norfolk 631 00 

Townsend 106 00 

Walsingham North 125 00 

Windham 106 00 

Northumberland : — 

Alnwick 156 00 

Brighton 167 00 

Cobourg Centre 384 00 

Colborne 290 00 

Cramahe 178 00 

Monaghan South 63 00 

Percy Tp 360 00 

Seymour 249 00 

Wooler 102 00 

Ontario: — 

Beaverton 165 00 

Brock 225 00 

Ontario South 475 00 

Port Perry, Reach & Scugog . 109 00 

Ramona 35 00 

Scott 141 00 

Uxbridge 237 00 

Oxford:— 

Drumbo 320 00 

Ingersoll North & West Ox- 
ford 183 00 

Nissouri East 62 00 

Norwich North 207 00 

Norwich South 174 00 

Tavistock 242 00 

Tillsonburg & Dereham 250 00 

Woodstock 495 00 

Zorra West & Embro 149 00 



: 



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TOBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



245 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Additional Grants. — Continued. 



arry Sound: — 

Armour, Ryerson & Burk's 
Falls 

Christie 

Loring 

Machar 

Magnetawan 

McKellar 

McMurrich 

Parry Sound 

Perry 

| Powassan 

I Rosseau 

| Strong 

United Townships 

|eel: — 

Albion & Bolton 

I Caledon 

Cooksville 

Peel 

Toronto Tp 

lerth: — 

| El ma 

Fullarton, Logan & Hibbert . . 

Kirkton 

I Listowel 

I Mornington 

Perth South 

Stratford 

eterborough: — 

Dummer & Douro 

Galway 

Lakefield 

Otonabee 

Peterborough East 

do Industrial 

rescott: — 

Alfred 

Plantagenet South 

Vankleek Hill 

irince Edward: — 

Ameliasburg 

Prince Edward 

Sophiasburg 

|ainy River: — 

I Emo 

enfrew: — 

Arnprior 

Cobden 

Renfrew 

do North 

ussell: — 

i Casselman 

i Clarence 

| Russell 

jimcoe: — 

Alliston 

j Barrie 

I Beeton 

! Bradford & N. Gwillimbury . . 

! Coldwater 

j Cookstown 

I Flos Tp 

I Nottawasaga 



00 
00 



Oro 175 00 

Tiny & Tay 217 00 

473 00 Stormont: — 

101 00 Cornwall 250 00 

179 00 Finch 82 00 

Roxborough 143 00 

Stormont 150 00 

Sudbury: — 

Massey 321 00 

Warren 167 00 

Thunder Bay: — 

Algoma West 800 00 

Oliver 296 00 

Whitefish Valley 120 00 

Victoria: — 

Eldon 160 00 

Emily 150 00 

Fenelon 132 00 

Mariposa 114 00 

Victoria North 70 00 

do South 744 00 

Verulam 269 00 

Waterloo: — 

Elmira & Woolwich 153 00 

Waterloo South 494 00 

Wellesley & N. Easthope 230 00 

Wilmot 215 00 

Welland: — 

Bertie 244 00 

Fenwick 182 00 

Stamford & Niagara Falls .. 189 00 

Thorold Town & Tp 151 00 

Wainfieet 80 00 

Welland 331 00 

Wellington: — 

Arthur 177 00 

Erin 354 00 

123 00 Garafraxa West 118 00 

118 00 Maryborough 96 00 

360 00 Mt. Forest 322 00 

Palmerston 116 00 

160 00 Peel & Drayton 149 00 

507 00 Puslinch 183 00 

110 00 Rockwood 184 00 

Wellington Centre 337 00 

290 00 do West 168 00 

Wentworth: — 

178 00 Ancaster 179 00 

191 00 Binbrook 97 00 

608 00 Flamboro' West 136 00 

412 00 Glanford 76 00 

Rockton 322 00 

63 00 Waterdown 204 00 

94 00 Wentworth South 229 00 

214 00 York: — 

Markham 790 00 

144 00 Newmarket 506 00 

462 00 Queensville 136 00 

250 00 Richmond Hill 185 00 

220 00 Scarboro' 331 00 

169 00 Schomberg 295 00 

273 00 Sutton 128 00 

215 00 Weston, York & Etobiooke ... 311 00 
282 00 Woodbridge 572 00 



214 
195 
248 00 
218 00 
366 00 
265 00 
275 00 
126 00 
226 00 
138 00 

296 00 
218 0) 
210 00 
463 00 

299 00 

145 00 
245 00 
165 00 
214 00 
200 00 
207 00 
314 00 

300 00 
58 00 

129 00 
151 00 
418 00 
584 00 



246 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 



* 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Grants to Agricultural Societies notwithstanding Provisions of Agricultural 

Societies' Act ($640.00). 



Amherst Island 

Chippewa 

Melbourne 
Middlesex East 



140 00 

75 00 

100 00 

100 00 



Muncey, Tecumseh 

Oneida 

Six Nations 



Special Grants in Districts ($5,000.00). 



Algoma: — 

Bruce Mines 

Central Algoma 

"Iron Bridge 

Johnston & Aberdeen . . . 

• North Shore 

St. Joseph Island 

'Thessalon 

Frontenac: — 

Kennebec 

Haliburton: — 

Glamorgan 

Haliburton 

Minden 

Hastings: — 

Bancroft 

Maynooth 

Wollaston 

Kenora: — 

Dryden 

Manitoulin: — 

Billings 

Gore Bay 

Howland 

Manitowaning 

Providence Bay 

Muskoka: — 

Baysville 

Gravenhurst & Muskoka 

Medora & Wood 

Morrison 

Muskoka North 

do South 



Stephenson & Watt . . 

100 00 Stisted 

100 00 Nipissing: — 

52 00 Astorville 

67 00 Bonfield 

87 00 Charlton , 

100 00 Englehart 

100 00 New Liskeard 

Nipissing East 

89 00 Sturgeon Falls 

Verner , 

40 00 Parry Sound: — 

100 00 Armour, Ryerson & 

100 00 Falls " 

Loring -.., 

100 00 Machar 

77 00 Magnetawan 

100 00 McKellar 

McMurrich , 

100 00 Parry Sound 

Perry 

100 00 Powassan , 

100 00 Rosseau , 

100 00 Strong 

100 00 United Townships . . , 

95 00 Rainy River: — 

Emo , 

93 00 Sudbury: — 

100 00 Massey , 

100 00 Warren 

72 00 Thunder Bay: — 

100 00 Algoma West 

100 00 Oliver , 



Burk's 



75 00 


50 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


59 00 


69 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 ! 


100 00 i 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 



100 00 

100 00 



To Provide Insurance to indemnify Societies suffering'from rainy 
weather ($9,996.00). 



Addington: — 

Addington 

Brant: — 

Paris , 

Bruce: — 

Eastnor 

Paisley 

Carleton: — 

Carleton , 

Fitzroy 

Dufferin: — ■ 

Dufferin Central 
Durham: — 

Cartwright 

Millbrook 

Orono , 

Port Hope , 

Elgin: — 

Elgin East 

do West 



64 00 
90 00 

16 00 

88 00 

76 00 
49 00 

142 00 

21 00 
300 00 

61 00 
163 00 

282 00 
12 00 



Essex: — 

Essex 

Windsor 

Frontenac: — 

Frontenac 

Kingston Tp 

Parham 

Glengarry: — 

Glengarry 

Kenyon 

Grenville: — 

Merrickville 

Spencerville 

Grey: — 

Grey East 

do South 

Kilsyth 

Markdale 

Meaford & St. Vincent 

Osprey 



189 00 
128 00 

171 00 

48 00 
35 00 

200 00 
38 00 

131 00 

72 00 

52-00 
92 00 

152 00 
59 00 

103 00 
8 00 



1911 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



247 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



To Provide Insurance to Indemnify Societies suffering from rainy 
weather. — Continued. 



Priceville 

Rocklyn 

Sydenham 

.Walter's Falls 

Haldimand: — 

Haldimand 

. Southern Branch 

Halton: — 

..Halton 

Trafalgar 

Hastings: — 
: Frankf ord 

• Marmora 

Huron : — 

Blyth 

.Dungannon 

Huron East 

. Kirkton 

• Seaforth 

Kent: — 

Camden 

Harwich s 

Kent East 

Romney 

Wallaceburg 

Lambton : — 

Lambton East 

Lanark: — 

Dalhousie 

Lanark Tp 

Maberly 

Leeds: — 

Brockville 

Delta 

Frankville 

Rear of Leeds .& Lansdowne. . 
Lincoln: — 

Clinton Tp 

Peninsular Central 

Manitoulin: — 

Providence Bay 

Middlesex: — 

Caradoc 

McGillivray 

Middlesex North 

Parkhill 

Muskoka: — • 

Morrison 

Muskoka North 

do South 

Stisted 

Northumberland : — 

Alnwick 



69 00 

241 00 

12 00 

33 00 

139 00 
95 00 

146 00 
175 00 



102 


00 


10 


00 


38 


00 


280 


00 


247 


00 


89 


00 


137 


00 


38 


00 


106 


00 


62 


00 


57 


00 



169 00 



300 00 



19 


00 


11 


00 


36 


00 


300 


00 


186 


00 


136 


00 



83 00 

127 00 
95 0u 

46 00 

83 00 
28 00 



64 
73 



00 
00 

9 00 

22 00 

102 00 

1 00 

97 00 



Percy Tp 

Seymour 

Oxford: — 

Drumbo 

Norwich South 

Tillsonburg 

Parry Sound: — 

Armour, Ryerson & Burk's 
Falls 

Loring 

Machar '. 

McMurrich 

Magnetawan 

Parry Sound 

Perry 

Rosseau 

Strong 

Peel:— 

Caledon 

Perth: — 

Perth South 

Prescott: — 

' Alfred 

Prince Edward: — 

Ameliasburg 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew : — 

Cobden 

Simcoe: — 

Alliston 

Beeton 

Nottawasaga 

Tiny & Tay 

Stormont: — 

Roxborough 

Victoria: — 

Eldon 

Verulam 

Waterloo: — 

Elmira & Woolwich. 

Welland: — 

Bertie 

Stamford & Niagara Falls . . . 
Wellington: — 

Garafraxa West 

Palmerston 

Peel & Drayton 

Wellington Centre . . 

do West 

Wentworth: — 

Ancaster 

York : — 

Markham 

Sutton 



Field Crop Competition ($9,221.67). 



Grants: — 
Algoma: — 

Bruce Mines 

Central Algoma . , 

North Shore 

St. Joseph's Island 
Thessalon 



50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 



Brant: — 

Onondaga . 

Paris 

Six Nations 
Bruce: — 

Carrick . . . 

Chesley . . . 



299 00 
126 00 

125 00 

52 00 

132 00 



32 00 

4 00 

20 00 



78 00 



21 00 

191 00 

66 00 

61 00 
8 00 

55 00 

190 00 

60 00 
272 00 

69 00 

61 00 

25 00 
44 00 

139 00 

64 00 
260 00 

10 O'O 
75 00 
35 00 
60 00 
39 00 

27 00 

300 00 
66 00 



50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 



248 



TUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Field Crop Competition.— Continued. 



Eastnor 50 00 

Hepworth 50 00 

Huron Tp 50 00 

Lucknow 50 00 

Pinkerton 50 00 

Teeswater 50 00 

Wiarton 50 00 

Carleton: — 

Carleton 50 00 

Fitzroy 50 00 

Dufferin: — 

Dufferin 50 00 

do Central 50 00 

Luther East 50 00 

Dundas: — 

Mountain 50 00 

Winchester 50 00 

Durham: — 

Cartwright 50 00 

Durham West 50 00 

Millbrook 50 00 

Orono 50 00 

Port Hope 50 00 

Elgin: — 

Aldborough 50 00 

Dorchester S 50 00 

Elgin West 50 00 

Shedden 50 00 

Essex: — 

Comber 50 00 

Essex 50 00 

Windsor 50 00 

Woodslee South 50 00 

Frontenac: — 

Kingston Tp 50 00 

Glengarry: — 

Kenyon 50 00 

St. Lawrence Valley 50 00 

Grey: — 

Ayton 50 00 

Collingwood Tp 50 00 

Desboro* 50 00 

Grey South 50 00 

Keppel 50 00 

Kilsyth 50 00 

Normanby 50 00 

Osprey 50 00 

Proton 50 00 

Rocklyn 50 00 

Walter's Falls 50 00 

Haldimand: — 

Caledonia 50 00 

Southern Branch 50 00 

Walpole 50 00 

Halton: — 

Halton 50 00 

Nelson & Burlington 50 00 

Hastings: — 

Frankford 50 00 

Madoc 50 00 

Maynooth 50 00 

Stirling 50 00 

Wollaston 50 00 



Huron: — 

Blyth ., 50 00 

Exeter 50 00 

Howick 50 00 

Huron East 50 00 

Seaforth 50 00 

Kenora: — 

Dryden 50 00 

Kent: — 

Harwich 50 00 

Howard 50 00 

Kent West 50 00 

Orford 50 00 

Raleigh & Tilbury 50 00 

Wallaceburg 50 00 

Lambton: — 

Bosanquet 50 00 

Florence 50 00 

Petrolea & Enniskillen 50 00 

Sombra 50 00 

Lanark: — 

Lanark South 50 00 

Leeds: — 

Lansdowne 60 06 

Lennox: — 

Lennox ^^ 50 00 

Lincoln: — 

Clinton 50 00 

Peninsular Central 50 00 

Middlesex: — 

Caradoc 50 00 

Dorchester 50 00 

Middlesex East 50 00 

do North 50 00 

Mosa & Ekfrid 50 00 

Strathroy 50 00 

Westminster 50 00 

Muskoka: — 

Gravenhurst & Muskoka . . 50 00 

Medora & Wood 50 00 

Muskoka South 50 00 

Stephenson & Watt 50 00 

Nipissing: — 

Charlton 50 00 

Englehart 50 00 

New Liskeard 50 00 

Verner 50 00 

Norfolk: — 

Walsingham North 50 00 

Wooler 50 00 

Ontario: — 

Beaverton 50 00 

Oxford: — 

Ingersoll, N., & Oxford, W. . 50 00 

Norwich, South 50 00 

Tillsonburg & Dereham 50 00 

Zorra West & Embro 50 00 

Parry Sound: — 
Armour, Ryerson & Burk's 

Falls 50 00 

Machar 50 00 

Magnetawan 50 00 

McMurrich 50 00 



191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



249 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Field Crop Competition.— Continued. 



Perry 

Powassan ..... 

Strong 

Peel:— 

Albion & Bolton 

Peel 

Toronto Tp. 

Perth: — 

Kirkton 

Perth South . . . 



Peterborough: — 

Otonabee 

Peterborough Industrial 
Prescott: — 

Alfred 

Prince Edward: — 

Ameliasburg 

Prince Edward 

Sophiasburg 

Rainy River: — 

Emo 



Renfrew: — 

Arnprior . . . 

Cobden 

Renfrew . . . 
do North 
Russell: — 

Russell 

Simcoe: — 

Barrie 



Simcoe East 

Nottawasaga & Gt. North- 
ern 

Tiny & Tay 

Sudbury: — 

Warren 

Thunder Bay: — 

Oliver 

Victoria: — 

Eldon 

Fenelon 

Verulam 

Waterloo: — 

Waterloo South 

Welland: — 

Bertie 

Penwick 

Welland 

Wellington: — 

Centre Wellington 

Erin 

Mt. Forest 

Puslinch 

Wentworth: — 

Flamboro' West 

Waterdown 

York: — 

Markham 

Newmarket 

Richmond Hill 

Scarboro' 

Schomberg 

Woodbridge 



50 00 
50 00 
50 00 

50 00 
50 00 
50 00 

50 00 
50 00 



50 00 
50 00 

50 00 

50 00 
50 00 
50 00 

50 00 

50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 

50 00 

50 00 
50 00 

50 00 
50 00 

50 00 

50 00 

50 00 
50 00 
50 00 

50 00 

50 00 
50 00 
50 00 

50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 

50 00 
50 00 

50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 



Contingencies : — 

Can. Express Co., express 
charges 

Can. Nor. Express Co., express 
charges 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 

Dom. Express Co., express 
charges 

Fotheringham & Popham, sheet 
cards 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co., tele- 
grams 

Guelph Herald, printing .... 

Johnston, F., trav. expenses.. 

Keith, G., & Sons., seed grain 

Kerr, R. J., selling seed grain 

King's Printer, distribution 
stationery 

Lyons & Marks, glass globes. 

McKay Sign Co., cotton sign. . 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
printing 

Rennie, W. G., grain sheaves 

Scythes & Co., Ltd., grain bags, 
13.75; printing cotton bags, 
100.00 

Sherwood, H. W., services as 
1 auctioneer 

Smith, J. B., sawdust 

Taylor, E. H., services at 4.00 
per day, 40.0O; trav. ex- 
penses, 4.60 



85 85 



6 10 
16 18 
55 95 

5 00 



29 


48 


5 


00 


4U 


35 


17 


2<s 


5 


00 


20 


00 


24 


58 


4 


00 


26 


80 


12 


25 



113 75 

5 00 
7 50 



44 60 



Prize Competition of Grain at Ouelph: — 
Barley: — 



1st prize, A. Cowie 

2nd do C. Edwards 

3rd do J. H. McDiarmid 



Beans: — 
1st prize, 
2nd do 
3rd do 

Corn: — 
1st prize, 
2nd do 
3rd do 

Oats: — 
1st prize, 
2nd do 
3rd do 
4th do 
5th do 
6th do 
7th do 
8th do 
9th do 
10th do 

Peas: — 
1st prize, 
2nd do 
3rd do 



W. Shipp 

J. Aldridge & Son 
W. Reycraft 



T. Totten 

J. Martin 
Geo. R. Flood 



Short Bros. 

Foster Bros. . . , 
J. A. Cockburn, 
R. F. Pritchard, 
Alex. McCague. . 
Foyston Bros. . , 
J. McDiarmid . , 
J. W. Kerr .... 
W. C. Wilson .. 
A. Schmidt 



15 00 

10 00 

5 00 

15 00 

10 00 

5 00 

15 00 
10 00 

5 00 

25 00 
22 00 
19 00 

16 00 
14 00 
12 00 
10 00 



A. Mielhousen. . . 

L. Pacey 

W. Warder ..... 



15 00 

10 00 

5 00 



250 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 
Field Crop Competition. — Continued. 



Potatoes: — 










Vegetables: — 




1st prize, W. Naismith 




15 


00 


Onions, Div. No. 1: — 




2nd do H. Goltz . . . 




10 


00 


1st prize, Geo. Reilly .... 


25 00 


3rd do I. Bartlett . 




5 


00 


2nd do C. McConnell . 


20 00 


Wheat:— 








3rd do Cooke Bros., 




1st prize, W. Sparling 




15 


00 


also 3rd in tomatoes 




2nd do W. C. Shaw 




10 


00 


and 2nd in celery 


50 00 


3rd do T. C. Barrie 




5 


00 


4th prize, H. Coldrey . . . 
Div. No. 2: — 


10 00 


At Ottawa: — 








1st prize, J. Elford, also 




Barley: — 

1st prize, S. E. Bennes 








4th prize in tomatoes.. 


35 00 


teel. 


15 


00 


2nd prize, F. F. Reeves, 




2nd do D. I. Ross . 




10 


00 


also 3rd in tomatoes and 




Pall wheat: — 








3rd in celery 


50 00 


1st prize, H. A. Walker . . . 


15 


00 


3rd prize, Chas. Morgan. 


15 00 


Spring wheat: — 








4th do Wallace Bros... 
Div. No. 3: — 


10 00 


1st prize, S. McMillan 




15 


00 




2nd do J. Ireton . . 




10 


00 


1st prize, R. Dengate .... 
2nd do H. Hatchborn. 


25 00 
20 00 


Oats: — 








3rd do A. Mclnnes, also 




1st prize, Geo. Brown 




25 


00 


2nd in celery 


35 00 


2nd do Geo. Boyce 






22 


00 


4th prize, J. McConkie, 




3rd do W. G. Wilson 






19 


00 


also 2nd in tomatoes 




4th do Thos. Cosh 






16 


00 


and 4th in celery 


40 00 


5th do W. J. Barber 






14 
12 


00 
00 


Div. No. 4: — 

1st prize, R. A. Hooper. . . 




6th do J. B. Wilson 




25 00 


7th do S. Donevan 






10 


00 


2nd do H. Broughton. 


20 00 


8th do A. Miller . . 






8 
6 


00 

00 


3rd do D. Dempsey, 
also 1st in celery 


40 00 


9th do P. Drummond . . 


10th do C. H. Thurston 




3 


00 


4th prize, G. H. Clutton. . 


10 00 










Tomatoes, Div. No. 1: — 




Potatoes : — 








1st prize, Wm. Trick .... 


25 00 


1st prize, F. Walker . . 




15 


00 


2nd do W. Stewart . . . 


20 00 


2nd do Jas. Reid .. 




10 


00 


3rd do John Baker, 


t 


3rd do W. Jenkin . 




5 


00 


also 3rd in celery 


25 00 


Services ]and expenses of Judges in 


Field Crop Competition ($5,991.69). 


• 


Services. Expenses. 


Services. Expenses. 


Abraham, R. H 


48 00 


73 


30 


Edwards, W. E. J 16 00 


27 45 


Baldock, W 


28 00 


37 


75 


Emmerson, W. W 24 00 


34 06 


Barber, W. J 


26 00 


38 


65 


Gardhouse, J 8 00 


17 85 


Barton, A. A 


44 00 


58 


05 


Gibson, D. J 32 .00 


50 55 


Beckett, R. S 


40 00 


48 


35 


Glover, G. W 20 00 


28 00 


Bergey, S. A 


36 00 


59 


30 


Graham, W. L 20 00 


36 10 


Berry, R 


28 00 


35 


55 


Green, G. R 4 00 


3 60 


Black, W 


36 00 


45 


20 


Grose, H 40 00 


50 70 


Boyd, Jas 


68 00 


72 


15 


Hamilton, J 38 00 


64 70 


Bradley, G. R. 


20 00 


43 


40 


Hamilton, W. J 40 00 


57 30 


Bradt, E. P 


26 00 


64 


20 


Hare, J. H 14 00 


26 70 


Brien, J. D 


52 00 


50 
21 


85 
45 


Henderson, LB 24 00 

Hess, J. W 36 00 


19 75 
55 40 


Brown, J. McC 


Buchanan, C. W 


16 00 

24 00 


22 
46 


00 
25 


Hickson, W 18 00 


37 95 
39 30 


Casselman, M. J 


Hood, Adam 32 00 


Coatsworth, J. H 


26 00 


41 


85 


Hunter, M. M 36 00 


38 37 


Collins, G. W 


12 00 


25 


20 


Jackson, F. J 28 00 


33 80 


Creighton, T 


44 00 


69 


65 


Kerr, W. J 16 00 


34 00 


Curran, G. B 


32 00 


74 


65 


Kingston, H 28 00 


45 15 


-Dandridge, J 


16 00 


35 


55 


Knight, H 4 00 

Knight, H., Jr 24 00 


29 00 


Davis, W. H. 


28 00 


28 


75 • 


30 05 


Dillabough, L 


"32 00 


47 


55 


Laughland, J 28 00 


49 75 


Dorrance, H. A. 


24 00 


33 


55 


Leavens, H 24 00 


56 00 


Duff, H. C 


28 00 


38 


90 


Lennox, T. W 52 00 


60 05 


Duncan, R. S 


36 


00 


61 


95 


Little, G. B 50 00 


62 75 



L91112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



251 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 
Services and expenses of Judges in Field Crop Competition.— Continued, 



Iain, C. E 

IcClure, D 

lcCrae, W 

IcDiarmid, J. A. 
•IcKenna, J. D. 
/IcMillan, A. A. 
dcNeil, Jas. . . . 
IcVanel, A. P. . 
lortimer, R. E. 

lurphy, R 

furray, R. H. . . 
)rchard, J., Jr. . 
'earce, S. M. . . . 

tebsch, C 

teeves, P. P. 

ennie, S 

lose, A. B 



Services. 



32 
22 
28 
36 
44 
20 
28 
36 
28 
16 
28 
34 
28 
16 
18 
26 



Expenses. 
67 15 
42 95 

34 05 
29 85 

35 50 
45 55 
22 95 
56 50 
54 



30 
39 30 
34 89 
36 35 
49 80 
45 55 
30 15 
27 35 
24 40 



Sanderson, N. . . 

Scarf, W 

Schuyler, R. ... 
Sexsmith, G. ... 
Shortill, R. J. .. 

Smith, A. S 

Smith, J. E 

Smith, D 

Southworth, W. . 
Steckley, J. C. . 
Stoddard, H. E. 
Switzer, W. F. B. 

Tice, J. A 

Vansickle, P. A. 

Virtue, J. J 

Weaver, C. H. 



Services. Expenses. 



20 
62 
56 
36 
10 
48 
32 
32 
24 
40 
40 
28 
28 
24 
28 
12 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
OQ 



27 04 
89 10 
58 05 
56 80 
14 00 
108 45 
66 50 
43 30 
24 45 
51 33 
51 10 

37 80 

38 95 



45 
10 
10 



Expert Judges ($13,488.36). 



drth, Jas 

i.nderson, J. J 

inderson, J. C 

irbogast, Jno 

iTkell, Henry 

rmitage, Mrs. Mary... 

Lrmstrong, J. M 

vymer, Chas 

Jain, C. E 

Japtie, Jas .' 

jteacon, Geo 

Jell, W. J 

tennett, A 

Jennett, J. E. 

Jilger, Moses '... 

Joyle, Wesley 

Jradley, Geo. R 

Jrethen, G. A 

Jright, John, account 

able 

Jrown, Mrs. L. A 

Jrownlee, J. F 

'adman, Wm 

Campbell, A. M. '. 

Campbell, Miss Susie. . , 

Jarlyle, Sidney 

"hannon, Wm 

Chapman, Mrs. A 

phristie, Ira 

plarke, Alex 

pockburn, J. A 

I'olwill, A. A. 

I'opeland, N 

'owie, J. W 

'urran, G. B 

Crawford, A. C 

Cozier, Archie ....... 

)avidson, Colin J. . . . . 

)elworth, Thos 

)enyes, H. K 

)evereaux, J. A 

>evitt, Samuel 



Services, 
32 



Expenses. 



48 
48 
24 
48 
44 
32 
12 
24 
52 
8 
78 
24 
20 
28 
84 
52 
20 



12 
52 
44 
48 
40 
18 
64 
32 
48 
48 
44 
32 
48 
36 
64 
40 
32 
36 
12 
12 
10 
48 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



28 60 

33 55 
76 05 

18 45 
36 25 
22 25 
38 10 

19 95 
17 10 
46 20 

9 25 
79 00 
62 00 
17 95 
41 15 
76 05 
51 35 

21 30 

20 00 
9 80 

57 95 

38 40 
45 65 
31 80 

22 65 

86 95 

34 95 

39 20 
67 65 

23 25 
36 95 
39 15 
38 85 

87 50 

35 30 
35 45 
44 10 
23 20 
12 65 

4 55 
54 05 



Services. 

Douglas, W. A. 32 

Douglas, Miss M. E 20 

Downey, Geo 40 

Duncan, Alice M 32 

Eastwood, Sam 32 

Elliot, Miss I. H 54 

Ellis, J. E 44 

English, Goldsmith 48 

Ferguson, Mrs. M. W 72 

Findlay, Allan 59 

Frith, E. R., 84 

Galbraith, Miss Millie.. 50 

Cammage, W. W 13 

Gardhouse, W. J 48 

Gault, Thos 32 

Gilholm, Miss Birdie ... 66 

Given, Mrs. W. S , 20 

Graham, W. L 28 

Graham, Jas 44 

Graveley, R. J. 40 

Gray, Geo 44 

Green, Miss Mary 48 

Hair, W. S 34 

Hales, Alf 48 

Hall, Ezra 60 

Hall, Thos 32 

Hamilton, W. J 120 

Hamilton, J. A 56 

Hanna, J. W 46 

Harvey, Robt 48 

Henry^ Miss A. E 20 

Hood, G. B 32 

Hunter, Phineas 20 

Jackson, T 68 

Jackson,- J. A 32, 

Jarvis, L. G 40 

Jarvis, Oliver 68 

Kains, Alf 68 

Kedwell, J. W 20 

Kelly, J. A 48 

Kerr, John A 56 

Kersey, Mrs. Thos. .... 16 



Expenses. 



00 


25 30 


00 


17 05 


00 


28 00 


00 


38 45 


00 


25 25 


00 


46 40 


00 


34 50 


00 


55 55 


00 


55 70 


00 


69 65 


00 


90 70 


00 


81 20 


00 


12 20 


00 


49 00 


00 


21 90 


00 


92 75 


00 


20 40 


00 


22 55 


00 


32 05 


00 


42 95 


00 


35 50 


00 


49 06 


00 


31 35 


00 


46 10 


00 


41 52 


00 


46 15 


00 


166 60 


00 


36 60 


00 


40 20 


00 


40 30 


00 


17 95 


00 


28 45 


00 


17 84 


00 


42 25 


00 


24 55 


00 


60 85 


00 


67 55 


00 


62 40 


00 


16 00 


00 


52 35 


00 


62 85 


00 


19 00 



252 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Ketcheson, Harry 

Kidd, Chas 

Kingston, Paul . 
Kirohner, Val. . . 
Lackner, G, P. . 
Lidster, Joshua . 
Loynahan, A. D. 
Luxton, A. G. H. . 
MacCormack, W. D 

Mallory, W. I 

McAdoo, Nelson . . 
McArthur, Neil . . . 

McCaw, John 

McCord, T. H 

McCrae, Wm 

McCullough, Robt. 
McDiarmid, J. A. . . 
McGregor, Mrs. J. 

McMillan, Jas 

McMullen, A. L. 

McNeill, Wm 

McPhatter, J. S. A. 
McRobie, Fred. . . . 
McTurk, Mrs. E. . 

Miller, Jno 

Milne, David 

Milne, Walter 

Minshall, J. H. ... 

Moore, T. J 

Mortimer, R. E. . . 

Mossip, Wm 

Murphy, Miss Annie 
Ouelette, D. A. 
Palmer, E. T. 
Park, Robt. .., 
Parsons, Mrs. L. M 

Pass, Wm. 

Peart, A. W. 
Philip, W. A. 
Powell, Miss M. Viola 
Putnam, Saul 



Services 
56 
12 
52 

4 
40 
36 
76 
48 
48 
46 
46 
28 
56 
40 
76 
48 
27 
60 
80 
50 
22 
62 
40 
44 
64 
52 
50 
46 
50 
68 
48 
32 
40 
52 
36 
58 
20 

4 
44 
38 
44 



Expert Judges.— Continued. 

Expenses. 



00 49 70 Rafter, Thos. .. 

00 11 75 Reddick, G. W. 

00 36 80 Reed, Dr. H. G. 

00 Reeves, P. P. 

00 31 90 Reive, Mrs. W. G 

00 32 20 Riddell, Rufus . 

00 86 60 Robertson, Geo. 

00 42 50 Sanders, W. G. 

00 58 10 Scarf, Wm. ... 

00 42 60 Schuyler, Cecil 

00 39 25 Scott, T. H. ... 

00 28 95 Shaw, John C. . 

00 38 55 Shields, Robt. . 

00 29 45 Silcox, Edgar . 

00 60 40 Sills, E. H 

00 53 05 Simmons, W. H. 

00 27 60 Skuce, T. E. .. 

00 60 00 Smith, R. B. .. 

00 76 50 Smith, Geo. A. 

00 53 00 Spearing, Geo. . 

00 27 00 Spencer, W. H. 

00 50 35 Steacy, Thos. . . 

00 38 85 Stuart, J. C. 

00 49 35 Swartout, Ross 

00 76 35 Thompson, E. V. 

00 42 90 Thorn, Wm. . . 

00 73 45 Tolton, Miss J. P. 

00 45 45 Wallace, Jeremiah 

00 53 55 Watts, Mrs. F. L. 

00 64 05 Webber, L. K. ... 

00 36 05 White, Archie ... 

00 36 45 Whitelaw, A 

00 53 95 Williams, G. H. 

00 45 60 Willmott, Mrs. J. H. 

00 31 25 Willmott, Miss H. C. 

00 55 64 Wilson, Arch 

00 18 15 Wilson, C. H 

00 35 Woelard, Mrs. Minnie 

00 42 25 Wray, G. W 

00 50 65 Young, Chas. H 

00 33 80 



Services, 
28 
66 
16 
12 
12 
38 
72 
48 
64 
68 
64 
12 
26 
40 
44 
44 
40 
28 
60 
72 
48 

8 

60 
10 
68 
44 
32 
52 
40 
20 
36 

8 
56 
20 
24 
40 
36 
48 
36 

8 



Expenses. 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 

04 

00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



22 1( 

63 61 
11 3( 
13 10 

9 25 

37 25 

61 45 I 

64 10 I 
60 83 I 

62 25 ! 
53 77 | 

8 75 | 

58 45 

30 20 | 
32 90 
29 65 | 

38 95 

40 50 
75 85 

59 85 
44 25 

10 85 
70 10 

11 35 
108 50 

41 55 
16 90 
46 05 
27 00 

31 65 
34 25 

4 75 
53 85 

19 00 
15 20 

20 50 
31 75 
27 70 
29 65 

2 50 



Horticu!tural Societies Grants ($11,717.00), 



Amherstburg . . . 

Barrie 

Belleville 

Berlin 

Bowmanville . . . 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Caledonia 

Cardinal 

Chesterville 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobourg 

Durham 

Elmira 

Elora and Salem 

Fergus 

Fort William . . . 

Gait 

Goderich 



133 00 
247 00 
123 00 
266 00 

77 00 
174 00 
131 00 

78 00 
60 00 
75 00 

196 00 
92 00 
96 00 
89 00 
89 00 
21 00 
55 00 
75 00 
228 00 
110 00 



Grimsby 94 00 

Guelph 146 00 



Raileybury 
Hamilton . 
Hanover . 
Hespeler . 
Kincardine 
Kingston . 
Kingsville 
Lindsay . . 
London . . 
Markdale . 
Midland . 
Millbrook . 
Mitchell . 
Napanee . , 
Oakville . 
Orangeville 
Oshawa . . , 
Ottawa . . 



141 00 

673 00 

75 00 

57 00 

98 00 
290 00 

75 00 

66 00 

462 00 

61 00 

115 00 

53 00 

83 00 

70 00 

129 00 

75 00 

99 00 
800 00 



.91112 



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253 



AQRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Horticultural Societies Grants. — Continued. 



wen Sound 

aisley , 

erth 

eterborough . , 

icton , 

ort Dover . 

ort Hope . 
t. Catharines . , 
Thomas 

andwich 

ault Ste. Marie 

saforth , 

Imcoe 

mith's Falls ... 

pringfield 

Irling 



38 00 

113 00 

160 00 

198 00 

110 00 

121 00 

120 00 

800 00 

157 00 

75 00 

94 00 

87 00 

68 00 

277 00 

53 00 

77 00 



Stratford . .. 
Strathroy . . . 
Sudbury . ... 
Thornbury . . 
Tillsonburg . 
Toronto . 
Vankleek Hill 
Walkerton . . 
Walkerville . 
Waterloo . . . 

Weston 

Whitby 

Winchester . . 
Windsor . ... 
Woodstock . . 



113 00 

135 00 

75 00 

89 00 

109 00 

800 00 

73 00 

93 00 

249 00 

150 00 

328 00 

70 00 

98 00 

479 00 

231 00 



Ontario Vegetable Growers' Association ($800.00). 

Lockie Wilson, Secretary-Treasurer, grant 



800 00 



Ontario Plowmen's Association ($500.00). 

A. Patterson, Treasurer, grant 



500 00 



ortlcultural, Agricultural and Vegetable Growers' Soci ties, Expenses of Meetings, 

Investigations, etc. ($884.87) 



ravelling expenses, etc.: — 
Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 



strument 


7 50 


Bennett, J. H 


15 55 


Bowden, F. B. 


47 15 


Brou?h, Jno. W 


5 25 


Binnie, Geo. 


3 35 


Burgroyne, W. B., services at 




4.00 per diem, 20.00; trav. 




expenses, 59.85 


79 85 


Bushell, R. J 


16 55 


Chisholm, F. J 


1 85 


Colman's Pharmacy, supplies. 


3 71 


Cottle, Thos 


23 95 


Cowan, H. B 


2 60 


Crow, Dr. W. A 


6 40 


Dengate, Richard 


7 30 


Diamond, W. J. 


13 25 


Dickson, W. A 


2 25 


Dougherty, F. L. . . .-. 


7 00 


Ducharme, P 


9 70 


Dunnington-Grubb, Mrs., trav. 




expenses, 23.05; lecture at 




Ont. Horticultural Assn. 




Convention, 20.00 


43 05 


Edgar, Alex 


2 65 


Farlinger, W. K 


11 75 


Farrell, Jno 


13 80 


Ferris, J. B 


5 75 


Gammage, W. W 


16 45 


Garbutt, J. H 


4 05 


Graham, D. A 


14 25 


Hachborn, Wm 


4 70 


Hay, G. A 


5 75 



Hickson, Jos 

Hilborn, J. L., services at 4.00 
per diem, 6.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 4.75 

Holmes, Wm 

Hunt, Wm 

Hutt, H. L 

Jaffray, J. P., services at 4.00 
per diem, 4.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 19.25 

Johnston, W. H 

Kent, Ambrose, & Son, badges 
for convention 

Kodak, Limited, developing 
films 

Laycock, B 

McCulloch, J. O 

McFarlane, Alex 

McFarlane, Arthur 

McKay, H. J 

McKenna, J. A., reporting con- 
vention Ont. Fairs' Assn... 

McLean, Jas 

McLennan, A. H 

Malloy, Neil Wm 

Meldrum, G. J 

Moorcraft, J. S 

Patterson, T. A 

Patterson, W. H 

Pollard, A. P 

Purdy, E. R 

Raikes, Geo 

Rogers, W. T 



5 75 



10 


75 


5 


10 


3 


00 


§3 


60 


23 


25 


8 


50 


2 


00 


10 


72 


5 


20 


2 


85 


8 


70 


6 


15 


9 


2-5 


45 


00 


1 


50 


9 


55 


1 


50 


3 


$$ 


7 


40 


I 


25 


2 


85 


2 


85 


7 


65 


9 


80 


5 


85 



254 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 

Horticultural, Agricultural and Vegetable Growers' Societies, Expenses of 
Meetings, Investigations, etc. — Continued. 



Royal Agricultural Society, 
membership fee 

Ryerse, Arthur 

Scott, Rev. A. H., services at 
4.00 per diem, 4.00; trav. 
expenses, 80.60 

Seager, H 

Simmons, Dr. J. U 

Stephenson, E. F 

Tebbs, Geo. W 

Teeple, J. R 



5 


10 


4 


90 


84 


60 


4 


35 


16 


35 


28 


25 


31 


65 


3 


SO 



Trick, Wm 

Vroman, W. R 

Warnica, Angus 

Weaver, Chas. H., services at 
4^00 per diem, 4.00; trav. 
expenses, 11.10 

Weir, Frank 

Westminster Photographic Ex- 
change, developing films . . . 

Whyte, R. B 



Live Stock Branch. 

Grants ($23,050.00 



Elderkin, D. T., Secy. Treas. 
Eastern Ontario Live Stock 
and Poultry Show 8,500 00 



9 65 
4 00 
3 75 


5 10 

95 


4 74 
8 40 






Prince of Wales prize 50 00 

Westervelt, A. P., Secy. Treas. 

Provincial Winter Fair . r 14,500 00 



Grants to Local Poultry Associations ($2,473.30). 



Secretary of Association 



Beamsville 

Brampton , 

Brantford 

Brockville , 

Carleton Place . . , 
Colling wood 

Durham 

Elgin County 

Eimira , 

Gananoque , 

Guelph , 

Hamilton 

Hespeler , 

Kingston , 

Lambton County , 

Leamington 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

Meaford 

Midland 

Mount Forest 

Napanee 

Norfolk County . , 
North Ontario . . 
Northern Ontario 

Owen Sound 

Perth County 

Peterborough . . . 

Spencerville 

Stratford 

Toronto 

Waterloo County 

West Elgin , 

Woodstock 



50 0C 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 



Contingencies : 

Armstrong, Adam A., services 
at 4.00 per diem, 4.00; trav. 
expenses, 3.70 

Baldwin, L. H., services at 4.00 
per diem, 6.00; trav. expenses, 
9.35 

Clark, J. W., trav. expenses 
79.60; services at 4.00 per 
diem, 60.00 

Dawson, Mrs. Wm., trav. ex- 
penses, 65.70; services at 4.00 
per diem, 48.00 

Elford, F. C, trav. expenses... 

Graham, W. R., trav. expenses. 

Harris, A. J., accountable, 90.00; 
services at 4.00 per diem, 
30.00; trav. expenses 60.10 .. 

Martin, Jno. S., services at 4.00 
per diem, 28.00; trav. expenses, 
18.20 

Robertson, Geo. (Ottawa) serv- 
ices at 4.00 per diem, 16.00; 
trav. expenses 64.20 

Robertson, Geo. A. (St. Cath- 
arines) services at 4.00 per 
diem, 22.00; trav. expenses, 
26.85 

Scott, T. H., services at 4.00 
per diem, 36.00; trav. expens- 
es, 27.70 

Yates, Miss Mary, services at 
5.00 per diem, 10.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 6.60 






7 70 


15 35 


139 60 


113 70 
8 10 
3 20 


i 
180 10 


46 20 | 


80 20 



48 85 



63 
16 6( 



OK 



Purchase of Poultry Coops for Winter Fairs, Guelph and Ottawa ($195.48). 
Morgan, A. J., poultry coops 195 ^ 



191112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



255 



Aitkens, Win., feeding 12 ewes at 

3.00 each 36 00 

Campbell, Jno., services at 4.00 

per diem, 20.00; trav. expenses, 

19.85 39 85 

Crichton, W. A., feeding 10 ewes 

at 3.00 each 30 00 

Dickie, A. M., feeding 12 ewes at 

3.00 each 36 00 

Johns, Edwin, feeding 10 ewes 

at 3.0T) each 30 00 

Kenybn, J. M., feeding 10 ewes 

at 3.00 each 30 00 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 

Sheep Feeding Experiments ($412.75). 

feeding 12 ewes at 



Little, Wm. 
3.00 each 



McEwen, R., services at 4.00 per 
diem, 28.00; trav. expenses, 
50.96 

McKee, John, feeding 10 ewes at 
3.00 each 

Pritchard, John, feeding 10 ewes 
at 3.00 each 



Ross, D. C., 
3.00 each 



feeding 12 ewes at 



36 00 

78 90 
30 00 
30 00 
36 00 



Sales of Pure Bred Stock ($225.36). 



C. P. R. Ry., freight charges... 19 40 

Fat Stock Olub, grant 123 16 

Grrand Trunk Ry. System, 



freight charges 20 80 

Victoria Pure Bred Stock Ass'n., 
grant 62 00 



Grants to Horse Shows ($2,846.50). 



^yr 75 00 

Bright : . . . 50 00 

^arleton Place 75 00 

3annington 75 00 

Cobourg 400 00 

Drayton 50 00 

Elora 58 75 



palt 

Ijowanstown 



400 00 

37 75 



Huron 

Kenilworth 

Malton Agricultural Ass'n. 

New Hamburg 

Ottawa 

Renfrew 

Sunnidale 

Toronto 



Toronto (open air) 



75 00 

50 00 

50 00 

50 00 

500 00 

150 00 

50 00 

500 00 

200 00 



Services and Expenses in Connection with the Enforcement of the Stallion 

Enrolment Act ($849.95). 



|3right, John, services at 10.00 
| per diem, 90.00; trav. expens- 

; es, 19.20 109 20 

prenside, Dr. F. C, services at 
10.00 per diem, 50.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 12.25 62 25 

p. N. W. Telegraph Co., tele* 

j grams 13 78 

King's Printer, distribution sta- 
tionery, 67.50; paper, 20.32.. 87 82 
|VTcEwen, Robt., services at 10.00 
■ per diem 10 00 



Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

printing 47 15 

Rettie, J. E., services at 4.00 per 
diem 188 00 

Sundry newspapers, advertising 
notice ,of visits 26 00 

Teney, Miss Francis*, services at 

1.66 2-3 per diem 65 00 

White, Peter, services at 10.00 
per diem, 130.00; travelling 
expenses, 110.75 240 75 



Grants, Services and Expenses, Farmers* and Women's Institutes ($31,068.70). 



Treasurer Farmers' Institutes: — 

! Addington 

: Algoma Centre 

do East 

do N. Shore 

' Brant North 



do 

Bruce 

do 

do 

do 
Carleton 
Dufferin 
Dundas 



South 
Centre 
North 
South 
West 



25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 



25 00 



Durham East . 

do West 

Elgin East . . . 

do West . . 

Essex North . . . 

do South . . 

Frontenac 

do Centre 

Glengarry 

Grenville South 
Grey Centre . . . 
do North . . . 
do South 
Haldimand 



25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 



256 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Grants, Services and Expenses, Farmers' and Women's Institutes.— Continued. 



Halton 

Hastings East 

do North 

do West 

Huron East 

do South 

do West 

Kent East 

do West 

Lambton East 

do West 

Lanark North 

do South 

Leeds South 

Lennox 

Lincoln 

Manitoulin East 

do West 

Middlesex East 

do North 

do West .... 

Monck 

Muskoka Centre 

do North 

do South 

Norfolk North . . 

do South 

Northumberland West 

Ontario North 

do South 

Oxford North 

do South 

Parry Sound East . . . 

do West 

Perth South 

Peterborough East . . . 
do West . . . 

Prescott 

Prince Edward 

Rainy River South . . 

Renfrew North 

do South ...... 

St. Joseph Island 

Simcoe Centre 

do East 

do South 

do West 

Stormont & Cornwall 

Temiscamingue 

Thunder Bay , 

Union 

Victoria East , 

do West 

Waterloo South 

Welland 

Wellington Centre 

do East 

do South 

do West 

Wentworth South 

York East 

do North 

do West 



25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 



Treasurer, Women's Institute: 
Algoma Centre 

do N. Shore 

Amherst Island 

Brant North '. 

do South 

Brockville 

Bruce Centre 

do North 

do South 

do West 

Carleton 

Dufferin 

Dundas 

Durham East 

do West 

Elgin East 

do West 

Essex North 

do South 

Frontenac 

Glengarry 

Grenville South 

Grey Centre 



do North . . 

do South . . 
Haldimand 

Halton 

Hastings East 
do North 
do West 
Huron East . . 

do West 

do South . 

Kenora 

Kent East . . . 

do West 



Lambton East 

do West 

Lanark South 

do North 

Leeds South 

do North & Grenville 

Lennox 

Lincoln 

Manitoulin East 

do West 

Middlesex East 

do North 

do West 

Monck 

Muskoka Centre 

do North 

do South 

Norfolk North 

Northumberland East . 
do West . . . 

Ontario North 

do South 

Oxford North 

do South 

Peel 

Perth North 

do South 



25 00 
19 00 
10 00 
37 00 
34 00 
10 00 
34 00 
31 00 
22 00 
22 00 
37 00 
49 00 
28 00 
40 00 
31 00 
28 00 
19 00 
28 00 
28 00 
16 00 
16 00 
25 00 
61 00 
43 00 
34 00 
64 00 
43 00 
37 00 
43 00 
22 00 
37 00 
37 00 
10 00 
22 00 
37 00 
34 00 
43 00 
40 00 
16 00 
19 00 
28 00 
10 00 
16 00 
25 00 
31 00 
28 00 
31 00 
40 00 
31 00 
34 00 
19 00 
31 00 
43 00 
31 00 
37 00 
37 00 
34 00 
40 00 
40 00 
40 00 
55 00 
22 00 
34 00 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 



257 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 
Grants, Services and Expenses, Farmers' and Women's Institutes. — Continued. 



Peterborough East 

Prescott . . 

Prince Edward . . . 

Rainy River 

Renfrew North . . . 
do South 

Russell 

St. Joseph Island 

Simcoe East 

do Centre 

do South 

do West 

Stormont 

Temiscamingue . . 

Thunder Bay 

Union 

Victoria East 

do West 

Waterloo North . . 
do South . . 

Welland 

Wellington Centre 
do East 

do South 

do West 

Wentworth North 
do South 

York East 

do North 

do West 



reasurer, Branch Women's 
Institute: — 

Algoma Centre 

do East 

do N. Shore 

Brant North 

do South 

Bruce Centre 

do North 

do South 

do West 

Carleton 

Dufferin ; 

Dundas 

Durham East 

do West 

Elgin East 

do West 

Essex North 

do South 

Frontenac 

Glengarry 

Grenville South 

Grey Centre 

do North 

do South 

Haldimand 

Haliburton 

Halton 

Hastings East 

do North 

do West 

Huron East 

do West 

17 P.A. 



16 00 
10 00 
37 00 
31 00 
31 00 
10 00 
10 00 
22 00 
31 00 
52 00 
31 00 
40 00 
16 00 
49 00 
S7 00 
19 00 
31 00 
43 00 
34 00 
31 00 
40 00 
37 00 
34 00 
28 00 
22 00 
40 00 
43 00 
37 00 
43 00 
37 00 



15 00 
12 00 

9 00 
27 00 
24 00 
24 00 
21 00 
15 00 
12 00 
24 00 
39 00 
18 00 
30 00 
21 00 
18 00 

9 00 

6 00 
18 00 

6 

6 
15 



00 
00 

00 
51 00 
33 00 
24 00 
54 00 
12 00 
33 00 
21 00 
33 00 
12 00 
27 00 
27 00 



Kenora 

Kent East 

do West 

Lambton East 

do West 

Lanark North 

do South 

Leeds 

Lennox 

Lincoln 

Manitoulin East 

do West 

Middlesex East 

do North . . . 

do West 

Monck 

Muskoka Centre 

do North 

do South 

Nipissing West 

do East 

Norfolk North 

Northumberland East 
do West . . . 

Ontario North 

do South 

Oxford North 

do South 

Parry Sound East . . 

Peel 

Perth North 

do South 

Peterborough East . . . 
do North . 

Prince Edward ....... 

Rainy River 

Renfrew North 

St. Joseph Island 

Simcoe Centre 

do East 

do South 

do West 

Stormont 

Temiscamingue 

Thunder Bay 

Union 

Victoria East 

do West 

Waterloo North 

do South 

Welland 

Wellington Centre 

do East 

do South 
do West 
Wentworth North 
do South 

York East 

do North 

do West 



12 00 
27 00 
24 00 
36 00 
30 00 
9 00 
6 00 
18 00 
6 00 
15 00 
21 00 
18 00 
21 00 
30 00 
21 00 
24 00 
9 00 
21 00 
33 00 
6 00 
18 00 
21 00 
30 00 
27 00 
24 00 
30 00 
30 00 
24 00 
42 00 
45 00 
12 00 
24 00 
6 00 
6 00 
27 00 
21 00 
21 00 
12 00 
42 00 
21 00 
21 00 
30 00 
6 00 
42 00 
27 00 
9 00 
21 00 
33 00 
24 00 
21 00 
30 00 
27 00 
24 00 
18 00 
12 00 
30 00 
33 00 
27 00 
33 00 
27 00 



Services and travelling expenses lectur- 
ing :— 

Services. Expenses. 
Allan, Margaret A. at 

3.00 per diem 72 00 48 82 



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AGRICULTURE. 
Grants, Services and Expenses, Farmers' 

Services. Expenses. 
Allison, May, at 4.00 

per diem 88 00 37 62 

Backus, Dr. Annie, at 

5.00 per diem, 55.00; 

at 4.00 per diem, 

32.00 87 00 60 20 

Barbour, Gavin, at 4.00 

per diem 198 00 99 10 

Berriman, Thos 5 45 

Brethour, J. E., at 4.00 

per diem 24 00 3 85 

Bright, John, at 4.00 

per diem 40 00 66 30 

Brodie, Wilhelmine 5 40 

Burns, Mrs. C. H., at 

60.00 per month, 

270.77; at 4.00 per 

diem, 68.00 338 77 158 14 

Caesar, L 35 35 

Calnan, A. E., at 4.00 

per diem 156 00 145 20 

Campbell, A. D 84 05 

Campbell, A. M., at 

4.00 per diem 132 00 101 50 

Campbell, John, at 4.00 

per diem 62 00 32 40 

Campbell, Susie, at 

4.00 per diem 364 00 216 12 

Carlaw, Geo., at 5.00 

per diem, 110.00; at 

4.00 per diem, 96.00 206 00 149 90 
Carlyle, S. G., at 4.00 

per diem 94 00 48 80 

Carson, G. W 7 84 

Clark, J. W., at 4.00 

per diem 76 00 16 45 

Collins, Wm., 4 45 

Connell, R. J., at 4.00 

per diem 91 50 81 00 

Connell, Dr. W. T 13 15 

Coutts, Jas., 3 70 

Crow, J. W 12 60 

Dawson, Mrs. W., at 

3.50 per diem 49 00 38 45 

Day, G. E 23 85 

Day, W. H 5 65 

Dean, Prof. H. H 19 55 

Dempsey, P., at 3.00 

per diem 27 00 21 50 

Dorrington, Mrs. Wm 4 10 

Duff, H. C 102 74 

Duke, J. O., at 4.00 

per diem 36 00 50 75 

Edwards, S. P 4 45 

Endacott, Mrs. H. T 5 35 

Pairbairn, J. B., at 4.00 

per diem 8 00 6 80 

Parley, Mrs. W. W., at 

at 4.00 per diem . . 134 00 41 90 
Ferguson, Mrs. W. B., 

at 4.00 per diem . . 120 00 74 02 
Fisher, Paul, at 4.00 

per diem 126 00 69 25 



—Continued. 

and Women's Institutes. — Continued. 

Services. Expenses. 

Fixter, John 5 25 

Fortier, G. W., at 3.00 

per diem 9 00 7 35 

Foster, H. T., at 4.00 

per diem 8 00 4 50 

Fowler, R. C, at 4.00 

per diem 24 00 8 65 

Fry, H. S., accountable 50 00 

Fulmer, H. L 6 85 

Galbraith, W. C, at 

3.00 per diem 13 50 7 40 

Gardhouse, John, at 

5.00 per diem 47 50 24 80 

Gardhouse, W. J., at 

4.00 per diem 52 00 42 75 

Gardner, Mrs. Jas 5 65 

Gibson, A. L., at 3.00 

per diem 16 50 19 30 

Gilbertson, Jas., at 4.00 

per diem 18 00 13 35 

Gilholm, B., at 4.00 

per diem .- 306 00 145 30 

Goggin, V. T., at 4.00 

per diem 92 00 10 75 

Gowsell, H. M., at 4.00 

per diem 56 00 42 10 

Graham, Mrs. E. J 5 30 

Gray, G., at 4.00 per 

diem 172 00 92 25 

Groh, A., at 4.00 per 

diem 252 00 75 90 

Grose, H., at 4.00 per 

diem 284 00 184 00 

Guest, E., at 4.00 per 

diem 57 00 5415 

Gurney, C. W., at 4.00 

per diem 154 00 96 88 

Hallman, A. C, at 4.00 

per diem 16 00 13 35 

Hamilton, Dr. L. S. M., 

at 4.00 per diem 112 00 5160 

Harcourt, Prof. R 28 15 

Harkness, R. E., at 

4.00 per diem 104 00 94 10 

Hart, F. C 7 15 

Havill, Mrs. G 1 50 ! 

Henderson, J. B., at 

4.00 per diem 12 00 13 85 

Hilborn, J. L., at 4.00 

per diem 40 00 19 70 

Hotson, A. Maud, at 

4.00 per diem ...... 191 00 92 35 j 

Howitt, J. E 2 75 I 

Hughes, D. I., at 4.00 

per diem 140 00 39 10 

Hume, Alex., at 4.00 

per diem 8 00 14 65 

Hunter, Mrs. W. J., at 

4.00 per diem . . 304 00 104 20 

Hyatt, Jno. W., at 4.00 

per diem 22 00 21 80 



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259 



AGRICULTURE. 
Grants, Services and Expenses, Farmers' 

Services. Expenses. 
Innes, Alex., at 4.00 

per diem 32 00 7 85 

Jackson, W. D 9 60 

James, D., at 4.00 per 

diem 328 00 245 62 

Johnson, D. M., at 4.00 

per diem 44 00 21 35 

Jones, Harold, at 4.00 

per diem 40 00 30 45 

Kennedy, S '. 7 20 

Kerr, W. J., at 4.00 

per diem 178 00 151 60 

Klinck, Prof. C. R 2 25 

Kydd, W. P., at 5.00 

per diem 85 00 32 60 

Lewis, F. M., at 4.00 

per diem 46 00 30 70 

MacMurchy, Dr. Helen, 

at 5.00 per diem ... 20 00 11 60 
Mallory, F. R., at 4.00 

per diem 212 00 209 42 

Mason, A. W 3 65 

MoCurdy, R. A., at 

4.00 per diem 12'0 00 57 20 

McDermott, Jas., at 

4.00 per diem 208 00 132 15 

McEwen, C. F., at 4.00 

per diem 22 00 37 25 

McEwen, Root., at 4.00 

diem 24 00 30 50 

McKenzie, D. A 86 44 

McKenzie, Mary E., at 

3.00 per diem, 18.00; 

at 4.00 per diem, 

144.00 162 00 165 35 

McKenzie, N. D 15 30 

McMurchie, Helen, at 

4.00 per diem 92 00 25 50 

McRae, Wm 26 85 

McTavish, Janet, at 

4.00 per diem 160 00 78 20 

McTurk, Mrs. E. B., at 

4.00 per diem 304 00 141 75 

Millar, B., at 4.00 per 

diem 160 00 62 80 

Moodie, N. G., at 3.00 

per diem 25 50 25 04 

Moorehouse, R. L., at 

3.00 per diem 70.00 60 70 

Morrison, Rev. Jno., at 

3.00 per diem 15 00 3 90 

Murdock, M. E., at 4.00 

per diem 116 00 48 60 

Murphy, Robt, at 4.00 

per diem 56 00 23 10 

Nelson, R. J 7 50 

Norman, Mrs. M. N., at 

4.00 per diem .... 321 00 121 00 
Parsons, Mrs. W. H., 

at 4.00 per diem ... 371 00 184 76 
Pearce, S. M., at 4.00 

per diem 24 00 18 80 

Peart, A. W., at 4.00 

diem 24 00 27 85 



— Continued. 

and Women's Institutes. — Continued. 

Services. Expenses. 

Pollard, W. E 2 70 

Porter, C. E., at 3.00 

per diem 74 00 41 25 

Powell, M. V., at 4.00 

per diem 282 00 166 55 

Preston, Ethel, at 4.00 

per diem 90 00 40 00 

Race, T. H., at 4.00 per 

diem 12 00 3 85 

Reed, Dr. H. G., at 5.00 

per diem 535 00 290 50 

Reeves, F. F., at 4.00 

per diem 12 00 6 85 

Rennie, S., at 4.00 per 

diem 6 00 3 70 

Reynolds, Prof J. B 41 00 

Reynolds, Lulu, at 4.00 

per diem 80 00 30 89 

Rittenhouse, S. H., at 

4.00 per diem 56 00 17 95 

Robson, Ethel, at 4.00 

per diem 204 00 117 65 

Rocheleau, D., at 3.00 

per diem 15 00 

Rose, Laura 7 00 

Shaw, J. C, at 4.00 per 

diem 488 00 355 85 

Shaw, Mrs. Thos., at 

4.00 per diem 90 00 33 70 

Shean, W. E 3 40 

Shearer, W. €., at 4.00 

per diem 200 00 109 45 

Shields, Wm 4 85 

Sibbald, H. G., at 4.00 

per diem 28 00 21 25 

Silcox, F. H., at 4.00 

per diem 192 00 131 50 

Sinclair, J. A., at 4.00 

per diem 4 00 5 50 

Smillie, E. E., at 4.00 

per diem 184 00 101 95 

Smillie, Dr. Jennie, at 

4.00 per diem 156 00 55 56 

Smith, Dr. Estella O., 

at 4.00 per diem 4 00 4 05 

Smith, R. B., at 4.00 

per diem 132 00 168 40 

Spry, J. R 22 60 

Spencer, W. J 11 35 

Squirrell, W. J 11 35 

Steckley, J. C 37 50 

Stephen, Mrs. L. R., at 

4.00 per diem 84 00 61 50 

Stephen, W. F., at 4.00 

per diem 16 00 12 00 

Stevenson, L., at 4.00 

per diem 16 00 10 95 

Stevenson, R. S., at 

4.00 per diem 296 00 301 60 

Stinson, W. J., at 4.00 

per diem 28 00 9 60 

Stover, Eliz., at 4.00 

per diem 4 00 



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No. 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Grants, Services and Expenses, Farmers' 

Services. Expenses. 
Stuart, J. C, at 4.00 

per diem 152 00 125 20 

Thompson, R., at 4.00 

per diem 4 00 5 80 

Wade, Prof. R. W 11 65 

Waddle, R. R., at 4.00 

per diem 36 00 34 00 

Ward, R. W 9 70 

Watts, Mrs. M. L., at 

4.00 per diem 298 00 177 40 

Webster, W. J 75 

Weir, E. A 62 20 

White, Mrs. D. 7 20 

Widdifield, J. W„ at 

4.00 per diem 56 00 66 15 

Winslow, J. H., at 3.00 

per diem 57 00 21 05 

Wismer, J. H 7 85 

Woelard, Mrs. W., at 

4.00 per diem 224 00 72 70 

Wood, A. V., at 3.50 

per diem 24 50 12 10 

Zavitz, Prof. C. A 5 10 



Contingencies : — 

Advance Printing Co., posters 

and circulars 3 50 

Allen, J., services assisting at 

demonstrations 4 50 

American Tent & Awning Co., 

rent of tents 517 48 

Armstrong, E., use of stock.. 5 00 

Armstrong, H. R., rent of hall 3 00 

Avies, W. P., printing 7 90 

Barnded, Wm, care of hall.. 2 50 

Barnes, A. J., care of baggage 3 00 

Beal, Geo., use of stock 1 00 

Beare, E., fuel 1 75 

Belford, Geo., services assist- 
ing at demonstrations ..... 7 00 
Bell Telephone Co., rent of 
instrument, 7.50; messages, 

1.15 8 65 

Belshaw, J. B., services assist- 
ing at demonstrations 1 50 

Berger, J. J. & Co., lumber.. 22 02 

Bernhardt & Geis, cartage 3 43 

Best, F. A., use of stock 2 00 

Bird, Wm., services assisting 

at demonstration 2 00 

Bond Hardware Co., hardware 96 

Bott, J., use of stock 2 50 

Boyle, S., care of hall....... 3 75 

Bradshaw, G. W., cartage.... 1 00 

Bragg, W. D., use of stock 2 00 

Briggs, P. W., advertising. ... 5 00 
Brock, J., services assisting 

at demonstrations 4 50 

Brooks, E. W., straw and cart- 
age 11 OG 

Brown, Geo., use of stock 2 50 

Brown, J. C, advertising.... 7 00 

Brown, T. C, rent of hall.... 3 00 



and Women's Institutes.— Continued. 

Brush, T. J., services assist- 
ing at demonstrations .... 2 

Bryant, Dr., use of stock 1 

Budd, Wm, services assisting 

at demonstrations 

Bulletin Printing Co., printing 

Butler, W., livery 

Byers, N., services assisting 

at demonstrations I 

Cameron, G. H., use of stock 5 
Cameron, W. C, services assist- 
ing at demonstrations 7 

Campbell, G., rent of hall and 

lantern services 66 

Campbell, Jas., rent of stoves 2 
Campbell, Otto, services assist- 
ing at demonstrations 1 

Can. Express Co., charges . . 60 
Canadian Home Journal, ad- 
vertising 70 

Canadian Northern Ont. Ry., 

freight charges 1 

Canadian Pacific Ry. Co., 
freight charges, 6.72; meals 
for lecturers, 288.00; berths, 

174.00 f. . 468 

Canadian Transfer Co., cart- 
age i 

Carlisle, A., services assisting 

at demonstrations 1 

Carnegie Bros., rent of stoves 4 

Carnegie Milling Co., use of 

lumber 

Carveth, Geo., fuel 2 

Central Ont. Ry., freight 

charges 1 

Childs, Thos., services assist- 
ing at demonstrations 7 

City Storage Co., cartage .... 2 
Clarke, Chas., services assist- 
ing at demonstrations 4 

Clarke, J. M., services assist- 
ing at demonstrations 5 

Clesher, A., services preparing 

hall 5 

Collingwood Hardware, rent of 

stoves 2 

Conley, Jas., lumber 4 

Contractors Supply Co., cement 5 

Cookstown Advocate, printing 3 

Corliss, E., use of stock .... 5 

Coutts, A. J., advertising.... 5 

Crews, J. A., moving stock. . 1 

Davey, W. J., cartage 1 

Davidson, W. H., livery 4 

Dawson, A. G., use of stosk.. 2 

Dawson, G. W., printing 11 

Dean, H., envelopes 

Delhi Reporter, printing .... 2 

Dick, W. O., lumber 1 40 

Divisional Journal, Webbwood, 
printing, 8.50; advertising, 

1.00 9 5C 

Dom. Express Co., charges 17 2< r 

Donnelly, S., stabling horses. . 9 4E t 



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261 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Grants, Services and Expenses, Farmers' and Women's Institutes.— Continued. 



Dorrance, H. A., petty dis- 
bursements 14 00 

Downey, Geo., services assist- 
ing at demonstrations 

Downey, W., use of stock. . . . 

Dracup, Chas., cartage 

Duncan, R. S., petty dis- 
bursements 

Dunlop, J., erecting seats, etc. 

Eakins, S. E., hardware 

Fallis, W. F.,. use of stock. . 

Farm and Dairy, advertising 

Ferrier, J. M., rent of stove® 

Firstbrook Box Co., shavings 

Fisher, Fred, fuel 

Ford, Wm, services assisting 
at demonstrations 

Forrest, Jas., services assist- 
ing at demonstrations 

Fredman, John, fodder 

Freeman, W. A., & Co., soda, 
etc 

Fry, J. W., lumber 

Furber, W. H., cartage 

Gananoque Reporter, printing 

Gimblet, J., livery 

Golden, A. J., use of stock. . . . 

Gordon, J. A., services assist- 
ing at demonstrations 

Gould, Geo., livery 

Gould, J., cartage 

Gramm, Geo., services assist- 
ing at demonstrations .... 

Grand Trunk Ry., freight 
charges 

Green, Geo., cartage 

Groh, O. J., sawdust 

Gunton, R. E., lumber and 
services making seats 

Hale Bros., printing 

Hall, L. E., lumber 

Havercraft, J., making seats. . 

Hayes, W. J., rent of hall. . . . 

Heath, C. W., cartage 

Henry, J. W,. fuel 

Hewer Seed Co., land plaster 

Higgins, W., lumber 

Hill, W. G., rent of hall 

Hoard, R., services assisting 
at demonstrations 

Holdsworth, R. L., use of stock 

Holister, R., care of hall .... 

Holliday, A. W., rent of stoves 

Holliday, S., fuel 

Holton Lumber Co., lumber.. 

Hopkins, E. S., discount on 
cheque 

Hornbeck, F., services assist- 
ing at demonstrations .... 

Hoskins, Thos., use of stock 

Houston Co., lumber 

Howe, Jas., cartage 

Hurley, J., services assisting 
at demonstrations 3 75 



3 


00 


3 


00 


3 


00 


3 


15 


3 


00 


3 


12 


2 


00 


5 


88 


3 


50 


7 


40 


1 


00 


4 


95 


1 


25 


1 


00 


2 


82 


14 


16 


2 


00 


3 


70 


6 


50 


5 


00 


2 


50 


4 


00 


2 


62 


8 


00 


4 


85 


V 


00 


1 


00 


40 


70 


4 


00 


7 


68 


9 


00 


5 


00 


3 


00 


5 


00 




20 


4 


00 


1 


00 


1 


50 


4 


00 


1 


00 


2 


25 


1 


71 


32 


45 




15 


1 


25 


3 


00 


5 


85 


7 


50 



Iron Moulders Union, rent of 
hall 

Isaac, L. R., use of stock 

Jackson, T. N., rent of hall, 
15.00; services assisting at 
demonstrations, 5.00 

Jackson, W. D., petty disburse- 
ments 

Jaffray Bros., printing 

Johnson, Jas. & Bros., feed 
cooker and sulphur 

Kaling, C, carpenter work. . . . 

Kassity, J., preparing hall 

Keech, Geo., services assisting 
at demonstrations 

Kelso Printing Co., printing 
circulars 

Kennedy S., petty disburse- 
ments 

Kerr, R., seeds 

King's Printer distribution of 
stationery 

Kirby, R. D., concrete forms 

Laidlaw, R. & Co., shavings.. 

Lapp, Walter, services assist- 
ing at demonstrations 

Latimer, J. A., advertising. . 

Latimer, J. R., rent of hall. . . . 

Laughland, J., petty disburse- 
ments 

Laurie, J. W., preparing hall 

Lennox, J. A., cartage 

Lewis, Rice & Son, hardware 

Lindsay, E., use of stock. . . . 

Lingard, Wm., use of stock. . 

Longmore, J. R., distributing 
posters 

London Mutual Fire Insurance 
Co., premium on policy 

Lowe, H., livery 

Lowery, J. A., stationery.... 

Macfie, C. M., addressing enve- 
lopes 

Macfie, J. W., stationery 

Maddock, G. O., stationery . . . 

Malone Vehicle Works, mak- 
ing model poultry houses . . 

Marcoux, Leo., livery 

Martyn, J. W., use of stock . . 

Martyn, W. J., lumber 

Matchett & Sales, rent of hall 

May, E. R. A., envelopes 

Maybe, M. E., rent of piano 

McArragher, F., services, as- 
sisting at demonstrations.. 

MoCorry, Geo., services, as- 
sisting at demonstrations.. 

McDonald, D. E., & Co., oil 
cloth 

McDonald, J., rent of hall . . . 

McGeachy, E. C, preparing 
hall ". 

McGeorge, C, rent of hall . . 

McGuire & McKittrick, en- 
velopes 



1 25 
6 00 



20 00 





93 


9 


50 


26 


15 




75 


1 


50 


4 


50 


24 


25 


1 


90 


1 


20 


8 


64 


20 


25 


3 


60 


9 


00 


2 


68 


2 


00 


1 


35 


5 


00 


5 


00 


2 


20 


3 


00 


4 


00 


4 


90 


4 


00 


16 


00 


3 


30 


3 


00 


I 


50 


1 


20 


11) 


60 


12 


00 


9 


00 


10 


26 


30 


00 


1 


75 


5 


00 



1 60 
6 13 

1 50 

6 00 

2 00 

2 00 

3 50 



262 



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No. 1 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 
Grants, Services and Expenses. Farmers' and Women's Institutes. — Continued. 



Mcllroy, S., cartage 

Mcintosh, A. D., disbursements 

McLaurin, J., cartage 

McMillan, Geo., use of stock 
McMillan, J., use of stock. . . . 
Meadows, A. E., use of stock 

Meek, W. H., rent of hall 

Meiklejohn, L., fuel 

Metcalfe, R., use of stock .... 

Micks, Jas., rent of hall 

Millar, J. K., rent of stoves . . 
Miner Publishing Co., print- 
ing, 3.75; advertising, 6.50 
Moore, J. J., rent of nail .... 
Moran, P. J., damages to 
mare, Wooler Short Course 

Mowat, J., livery 

Murkar, J., printing pro- 
grammes 

Murray, J. W., cartage 

Naylor Lumber Co., lumber . . 
Norwich Union Fire Insurance 

Co., extra premium 

Norwood Register, printing 

programmes, etc 

Nuss, Emma, typewriting.... 
Observer and Star, .printing. . 
Oliver, W. W.; lumber and 

cartage 

Osborn, F., use of stock 

Ostrander, L., use of stock . . 
Patterson, J. A., carpenter 

work 

Pattison, W., care of hall .... 

Perkins, J. F., printing 

Peterborough Examiner, ad- 
vertising 

Phillip, J. R., services, attend- 
ing at demonstrations 

Pierce Pub. Co., subscription 

National Food Magazine . . 

Pinkerton, R., use of stock . . 

Pitt, J., cartage 

Plum, W. R., rent of hall 

Pollard, A. P., use of stock . . 

Porritt, W\ J., cartage 

Postmasters, postage stamps. 
Potter, Chas., use of lantern. . 

Potts, J., use of stock 

Preston Corporation, Town of, 

rent of hall 

Preston Progress, printing . . 
Proudfoot, J., rent of stove . . 
Pursell Amusement Co., rent 

of theatre 

Reformer Printing Co., print- 
ing 

Reid, W. I., & Co., lumber, 

11.63; rent of hall 6.00 

Rennie, J., shoeing horses . . . 
Review Printing Co., advertis- 
ing 

Reynolds, A. J., petty dis- 
bursements 



50 
07 
50 
00 
00 
00 
50 
8 36 

5 00 
3 00 

2 50 

10 25 

3 50 

75 00 
2 50 

6 60 
50 

15 60 

2 80 

47 50 

7 00 
10 00 

17 50 

3 00 
1 00 

5 00 

1 00 

10 00 

22 50 

10 50 



1 


25 


5 


00 


2 


00 


10 


00 


3 


00 


1 


00 


227 


94 


6 


00 


3 


35 


2 


00 


12 


00 


1 


50 


14 


00 


14 


10 


17 


63 


5 


00 


12 


80 


5 


84 



Ricaby, J., rent of hall 

Rice, Geo., advertising 

Robinson, T. J., livery 

Rose, G. A., use of stock .... 
Rowe, S. G., making seats. . . . 
Russell, A. J., moving stock . 
Russell, D. G., & Sons, rent of 

lumber 

±tuttan, J. A., cartage 

Sanderson, L. A., services, as- 
sisting at demonstrations . . 

Sargent, F., Cartage 

Saunders, F., services assist- 
ing at demonstration© 

Saunders, W. B., & Co., elec- 
tros 

Schnurr Bros., rent of hall.. 
Schuyler, S., services assist- 
ing at demonstrations 

Scott, Geo., cartage 

Seip, J. G., rent of lumber . . 

Sexsmith, F. A., fuel 

Seymour Power & Light Co., 

light 

Shantz, P. E., rent of hall 

Shaw, J. W., clearing snow . . 
Shean, W. E., posting circu- 
lars 

Shelburne Economist, adver- 
tising 

Shelburne Free Press, adver- 
tising 

Simcoe Reformer, printing . . 

Simon, K. M. B., cartage 

Sloan, R. R., printing, 1.50; 

ent of hall, 3.00 

Smith, G., livery and use of 

istock 

Smith, L., use of stock 

Solmes, T. W., clearing snow 
Stabbach, W. J., making seats 
Standard Printing Co., print- 
ing, 7.25; envelopes, 2.75.. 

Star-Chronicle, printing 

Star and Vidette, printing . . 
Stewart, Robert., Ltd., lumber 
Stirling Neivs-Argus, envel- 
opes 

Stocker, W., distributing post- 
ers 

Stonehouse, M., rent of hall. 
Stott, R. B., lumber and mak- 
ing seats 

Sutton, M., use of stock 

Terrill, C. N., erecting tent . . 
T. H. & B. Ry. freight charges 
Thompson, J., use of stock . . . 
Tocher, Wm, use of stock . . 
Tufts, A. H., moving stock . . 
Turner, J. J., & Sons, rent of 

tents 

Waddell, Chas., fuel 

Watson, A. H., printing 

Watson, D. A., envelopes 



3 00 


2 50 


7 50 


2 00 


3 00 


1 00 


10 00 


7 50 



10 0( 
101 
1 51 
1 5' 


10 

1 5 

110 

24 4 



2 4 

3 

10 c 

I 

24 1 

i! 

3 (, 

1 ! 

2 ( 
10 I 

3 i 

64 : 

I 

9 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



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AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 
Grants, Services and Expenses, Farmers' and Women's Institutes.— Continued. 



Wessels, E. M., wood 2 00 

West End Livery, Orange- 

ville, livery hire 16 25 

Westington, W. J., use of stock 2 00 

Westlake, W. K., use of stock 5 00 

Wigle, E. J., use of stock 5 00 



Williams, A., services assist- 
ing at demonstrations 

Winchester Press, advertising 
Worth, W. J., mailing notices 

Wray, David, cartage 

Zornhurst, C, fuel 



7 00 
4 50 
1 00 
1 50 
1 00 



Bureau of Industries ($3,701.55). 



American Statistical Associa- 
tion, annual dues 

Bell, Winnifred, services at 
1.66^ per diem 

Burroughes Adding Machine Co., 
inspection and supplies 

Coulter, K. D., services at 1. 662/3 
per diem 

Engleter, N. C;, services at 2.00 
per diem 

Galloway, G. G., services at 2.00 
per diem 

Gripton, C, rubber stamps 

Hewitt, Alfred, Can. Breeders' 
tables, 60.00; 700 copies Can. 
Agricultural Annual, 105.00.. 



4 00 
86 67 

6 45 

185 00 

344 00 

200 00 
2 50 



165 00 



King's Printer, distribution of 
stationery, 812.86; paper, 
840.42 1,653 28 

McMaster, M., postage stamps.. 100 00 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

printing and binding 668 32 

Taylor, P. E., services at 1.66^